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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.
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Publication Date: May 20, 1907
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).
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Other version: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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P.GAINESVILLE! MAY 20 IPO ' ONE DOLLAR' A
VOE. XXVI. tfO. FLORIDA MONDAY, .. YEASniDAY'S I I'If

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A bill to be entitled an act to regulate relative to delivery of messages be customary impassmated manner and ANOTHER SOCIETY
WORK AT sale of stock of goods, ware and applicable only to incorporated cities Mr. Rlchbourg moved the previous

merchandise In bulk and to provide and towns; adopted.On question. The resolution received aa

STATE ''CAPITOL certain penalties thereof and for other roll call the bill was passed, bya area to If nays, thus falling to receive -. TO MEET HERE
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,;; purposes, was read in full the second vote of 19 to 10. the constitutional requisite of three-

time. On motion of Senator Willis Messages from the House were then fliths. Mr. Crawford changed his

the bill was ordered printed and madea considered and reference to bill made vote to no and as be desired to move I State Horticultural Society
Another Day of Animated Debate Will
special order for Tuesday at 11:30 to proper committee reconsideration. It will require 42 .
in Florida Legislature.MANY 'a. m. Under waiver of rules. House bill votes" to pas the House. Come Here Next Year. .

Bills On Third Reading No. 621, by Mr. Long of Clay-Providing At the afternoon session the time

IMPORTANT MATTERS On motion of Senator West the Sen- for license for hunting wild turkey was devoted to the reading of bllla A PROMINENT ASSOCIATION.

ate proceeded to the consideration of or quail 'In Clay county was read on second reading after which the

Were Disposed Of In Bath Senate and bills on their third reading. second time by title third time in full House adjourned.IN I I. Composed of a Majority of the LeasIng

House-Approprlatlonfor Institution Senate bill No. 267. by Mr. Willis and passed, 22 to 0.Introduction. Fruit Grower of the
Prescribing time for holdltfk termsof of BUI.. GAY HIGH SPRINGS. Stat*
of Higher. Education-Friends Men of Mean and Integrity-G |
circuit court in the counties of the By permission the following ,new nw.
...of Immigration Get Shook. Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida was bill were Introduced: Many Social Events Transpiring There. vi lie Delegate.Played Well.

As, far as the Senate wa concerned read the ', third time and passed 2T Senate bill No. 421 by Mr. JacksonTo .. During Present Week.' I Gainesville will entertain the next

' :Friday was largely consumed debate.r to 0. / prohibit discontinuation In contracts . High Springs May 17W. C Sum-II annual State convention ot the Florida

'the telegraph bill taking up the most : House bill No. 58, by Mr. Daggettof by life insurance companies. mars,and A. E. Summers are In Jack State Horticultural Society. mbJch

ot the morning session. It was bill E.cambla-A bill to be entitled an Senate" bill No. 422 by Mr. Crane- sonvjlle attending the undertakers'' Is one of the most Important ortanj.

'No. 68, fixing penalty for refusal to act to fix a penalty and other liabilities Amending the general statute relating convention.Mrs. nations in the State. .

accept messages. Many of the Senators upon any telegraph company pwn- to' drainage and reclamation of W. N. Gramling returned Wed This Information came Saturday

opposed this bill 'In preference Ing or operating a telegraph line or lands, to the creating of a board of nesday from Lake City, where she from a representative of the Alachua

to the MacWHIIams' bill placing tale lines wholly or partly in this State drainage commissioners, etc. On motion has peon visiting Mrs. Edgar Mobley.Mr. county association, who stated that

Graph companies under' control of,.rail engaged in "the transmission of messages of Senator Crane 300 copies ot and Mrs. H. C. Stephens and I this city had been chosen at the next

road commission In the afternoon for "consideration, for the refusal the bill were ordered printed and the Mrs Annie Sewell, and D. 'V. Me* meeting place.Gainesville .

*.salon the second of the telegraph of such company, its agent and subject matter of the bill made a special Call spent Wednesday In Alachua, bad a fine delegation at

bill relating to non-delivery of mesA employee to receive any message ten order for next Thursday at 10:30 the guests at a birthday dinner given! St. Petersburg, where the

sages went through with practically dered to It or: to any of its agentsor 0,. m. Senate adjourned. by Mr. and Mrs. Tam Cato. I was held this year, and which meeting* .
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discussion. employee, together with the usual Irs. Jessie of I
no A great part of the afternoon Dickey Thomasville In session for, three days ending Fri'
was also consumed in the debate charges fort the transmission of such HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. Ga.. Is visiting her grandmother Mrs. : day' night. The delegates who
"M1 messages as are .usually, received for DT.hott. i to
the
on streetcar fender:bill. The -
The House of Representatives- was faithfully and efficiently represented
trill was indefinitely postponed. transmission during the usual hoursIn P. P. Wood retarnet Mcnday from !
called to order by the speaker at g :, uainesvllle 'were Prof P. H Rolf,
The House passed the anti-lobby bill which messages are received at Lakeland, here" he .t ant several ,
a. m.; roll call; quorum present. who is also'president of the society.
and said office or"place for transmission to days connected;
the appropriation bill for higher on buslno with the
Prayer by Cha'plaln. I Proto A, 'VV. Blair of the Florida expert-
y' and the appropriation bill for the the destination to which the message Atlantic Coast Line.
District' mental farm. Henry Ramsey E E.
Resolutions Orlando Conference ,
higher( education. BO refused I* addressed and to prescribe The members of the New Century
Cannon. Geo. R. Ellis W. N. Wilson
M E. Church, South, favoringState '
The number of special order bills a rule flf evidence in action to Club gave a picnic; on the 11th, com
prohibition and endorsing the ana other. The people of Galoe
|u both houses are! increasing dally. recover same, was read in full the plimentary to Miss Marie Mann The
I Humphries and Hooker bill, were vllle thank them sincerely- for their
The House refused to concur third,tlme. place selected for the picnic was '
read. efforts In inducing the horticultural
4 'In the Adams amendment to the Senator Duckman moved that this Duoagen'a..1\1111, on the Sadie Fe river, hold
I Resolution of State convention United Ists to their next meeting hen
r? ,House bill which increased the pay bill and House bill no 68 on similar and it Is a very beautiful spot. This

of 'county school boards to I& per day, subject matter, and House bill No. 331, : Daughters of Confederacy favor.Ing date was the 13th birthday of Master

,and ,the Senate' receded, from Its extending powers' of railroad commission : erection ot Oluateo monument at Paul Wood and a pleasant featureof JONESVILLE HAPPENINGS. ,

Amendment: and the bill as 'originally in this direction be made a special Lake City; read and spread on Journal the dinner was the lighting of the- Jonesville. May.18-J. M Pickett

introduced order for next Thursday at 3:301p. of Cedar Key >Uited relatives hert '
providing' for an increase ""***.. Bills. candles on his birthday cake.
4 told. a day will become a law m. Senators Deard and Droome objected Introduction of There a card party given at last week j

when .',gne4. b. the Governor. to any further delay in the/ By Mr. Carter of Alachua-Prohibiting the home of Miss laude Thomas on, Mr. M. A. Tucker of Judson Is hen

Tar hew drainage bill by Mr. Crane I' consideration of these telegraph I use of IOK?or lever carts on hard the evening of the 14th. Mrs. Laura visiting relatives.WTL. .

'Of IlUlsborough I* said to possess bills and Senator Glrardeau also objected surfaced roads, with certain e"xcep: *| Dennis won .first.prize for ladies,-And : .. Pickett' of Tiger Bay vu

canT advantage over the Act of I to postponement. A roll call tions. Jesse Micelle the' g ntteman'. prize. here last week visiting his parent

1905. The bill will be special order was demanded on the motion to Dy Mr. Doke of AlachuaRelatingto Mrs. \\rD., Anderson gave a card Mr. and 1\lrll. T. R. Pickett
In the Renate next Thursday. make the three bills a special order tax sales. party Wednesday afternoon to the
for Tuesday! at 3:30. By Mr. Peeple of Bradford-Relat* New Century Club. Mrs. If. McL. Mrs. L. W. Knight and two daughters
vw ing to horse and cattle of Cadillac visited relatives henlast .
; SENATE PROCEEDINGS.The In explaining his vote Senator Me stealing. Orady won first prize fend Mrs. E. R.
Creary said he was In favor of Ry Mr. Knight of Citrus-Prohibit week.
Senate wad called to order at Anderson second prize... Those present
strengthening the h&nda of the railroad ing discrimination In counties by life Mr. and Mrs. Stalvey of Alachua
Mrs. II.
Lab were C. Stevens Mrs.
: a. m. President Harris in tae ,
commission in Insurance companies .* visited she latter' parents here last ..
every way.
Thompson Mrs. Futch
.chair and a quorum present. Raymond Mrs.P. .
Senators Adams and Johnson. took Dy Mr. Paul of Holmes-Cancellation week. "
Only one new bill was introduced P. Wood Mrs. E. Ft. Anderson Mrs.
the same view. of tax sale certificates.Dy Misses Cora and Orlee Hathcox flatted :
,in the regular order Pauline Kllllbrew Mrs. J. If. Sails, '
Messages; from the House ot Rep The motion was lost by a.-vote of Mr. McClelUn: of Suwannee Mrs Leon Hatchell Mrs. M. P. Summers relative at Tloga Sunday

cesentatlve were considered and billsof 13 to 17 and the Senate then proceeded Prohibiting Sunday trains. Miss Marie Mann :Miss Mary Mr. *. G. H. Smith of Newberry visited J
to the further consideration of By Mr. Dorman of Suwannee-Relating
relatives here Sunday
general nature referred to proper' ? Hague Miss Annie Lou Hodges Mrs. ;.
oommltteoa) House bill No. 68 I to record of cotton'. sales. W. D. Anderson, Mrs. G. E. Gramling. Master :Milton Smith of Newberry.

Houoe bill No. 613. by'Mr. Jttgoret..ulAUna The bill was then placed upon Ita Reports of committee were recelv Mrs. George Reynolds, Mrs. II. McL. who Is Just up from a severe attack

the hunting of wild game final passage/: and passed upon rail ed and ale(. Grady, Mrs. J. D. Neal. During the bt typhoid fever is spending a while

'In Sumter county read first time. On call by vote of 18 to 11 with one pair Select Order. afternoon, a very beautiful wedding here for the benefit of his health.J. .

motion of Senator Maker, rules were announced, 'making the total .vote 19 "Mr. Wilson of Hernando moved to present was presented by the New W. Miller ot this Place bat accepted '.

.waived, bill read second time by titleaid to 1:. reconsider indefinite postponement of Century Club to Mrs. Neal. a position with Tuck* & Rot :

r third time in full hand passed 24 A message was received from the House bill No. 449. by Mr. Farrls. Ow. Mrs Stephens of Brunswick, Ga., and of Newberry.Miss .
to 0, ? Governor, transmitting the report of ing to the absence of Mr. Farrts it and Mrs. Tucker of Birmingham. Ala. take
Clem Pickett expects to
permission the special committee to select a was informally passed who have been
Uy the following new visiting their sister tt
her Ft."Vbltfl Friday
departure for I
site. Message and accompanying
bill was Introduced: camp Mr. Wilson of Lee moved to reconsider Mrs. W N. Gramling, returned to Nellie and '
visit her Misses
friends.
Senate bill No. 418, by .Mr. Me report was ordered spread upon the the passage of House bill..No. their homes on Saturday.On .
and to the committee Pauline Stjnchconib.
Crc-ary.-Prohibiting the use of log Journal referred 30$. by Mr. Pettlgrew. The motion Wednesday evening the commencement
I on military affairs.Senate The farmer of this section enjoyda ;
carts. with certain exceptions, on . to reconsider was carried, aye 31, exercises of the high
'hard roads 'In the State. jy I adjourned until 4 p. m. nay 22. Mr. Grlgg thought the bill school began. The stage was most fine May shower. today which vat

Bonate concurrent: resolution No. 15 Afternoon Session. dangerous to Democratic government beautifully decorated. Every number greatly needed.

,' ou table subject to call was withdrawn I The afternoon session of the Senate because of the large per cent of negroes on the program was a success, and O. E. Pickett )pent last week to ;

.-by Mr. Cone and Senate bill No. 878 was called to order at 4 p. m. In some of the cities and towns, the large audience present gave con.tlnuoua Hawthorn "on business.:' ,

Requiring State to deed to Lake', President Harris in' the chair and a Mr. Welt offered an amendment applause. Particular mention The Sunday School Convention sea ;

'City. certain property and $16,000. I quorum present. against allowing by the bill the extension must be made of the acting of Miss meet with Jonesville church June .K: *. :

'wa substituted In Us preferred place t House bill No. 30. by Mr. Reese ofEncambla. of corporate limits. Mr. :Maml Rime. Ray WItherspoon and nand 30Uf. Everybody Is cordially ;

% -on the calendar known as the car-fender Wells and Mr. Pettlgrew supported :'lIaa'Stella Dexley. Truby Osteen and Invited to attend]) The good wom"

,Hon. Stephen R Mallory. United bill waeJ Indefinitely postponed by a. the amendment. Adopted by two. Miss Willie Kit bank". all of whom of Jonesviile are Already preDst.afx:
'fttat! ** Sobntor was invited to a oat vote oft; to 1. thirds vote. The roll was called on were fine. Miss Ulna Dunagen. as the dinner, by putting prga and :..**-

by 'the aide of the president and wa I Senator Clark offered Senate resolution the final passage of the bill yea SS, Fairy Queen, deserves special en In the pen to{fatten The, kso*

!*r..et..d with applause as he ascended No. Providing that after, nay 33. Lost.Messages lht>oUon. The little fairies surrounding that all preachers) like ch.,-ken sal

_: .h. rostrum. I Monday no member speak longer than from the Senate were her were dreams of beauty. a number of prea/cher* are esp"."te4.

The hour for the special order 10 minutes on the same question unless rejAd and .the, bills referred to the Miss Mary Hague department was
having arrived, Senate bill No. 363 by I otherwise ordered. Resolution proper committee especially good. Much praise Is dna Funeral off Mrs. Gleaton.

'the !committee\ visiting In- was adopted. s Miss Marie :Mann principal the '.**
State of 2\r '
Senate bill No. 414 by Mr. McCreary The funeral ot : *. Geo..t
stitutloua, was called Senator Senate then proceeded to consideration school for the and artistic "
I beautiful iX'W'
_ I relating to transfer surplus fine and the sad death of\ whom <
Itonderaon and Massey objected to of bill on third reading" and forfeiture commencement exercises She has held J'rIoUI
fund to other funds; passed Thursday morning ytra*
', .,las consideration at this time and until House. bill No. 'C, by Mr Baggett of I under suspension of rulei.After made many' friend In the town who morning from the r .aJdeace of I *1' J
.a. bill could be printed Senator J.'cambta-To fix a penalty and other appreciate the faithful and efficient / Gain****'
I cle R. B Peeler. J South
Bttefejuan thought the delay might liabilities telegraph considerable discussion thellou work she hit don': In the
endanger upon any com I : ncbooL 4t Feet MetW
*> refused to concur in the Senate Kev. T. J. Nixon the
,; the bill on account of thecrowded pany owning or operating a telegraphline
_ ' condition ot the calendar or lines wholly or partly In this amendment to the Dudley bill striking Cotton Outlook Discouraging dlst Church officiating, atesleh

'The original bill was read by It* title State and engaged in the transmission i out 14 per day and making. the Decatnr. A**. Mar is.-Tti cotton The funeral w*/a largely to pa1 1,
many friend b 4ng
compensation of member of Jftreeent
making appropriation for University of message* for a consideration, for I school crop otrUook In this section of Tbe '
-of Florida, the Florida Female College the negllgeac or failure. immediately I board $$ pr day. on motion of )Ir. Alabama 1m quite tUcourgag at this their last ad vftspects. pi

_ the institution for Blind, Deaf and t* transmit and deliver to the addree- Knight of Columbia seconded: by Mr. time on account or the cool weather contribution '.icAre- ncmerotts earnft

Dumb, and the Colored Normal SchooLAn ... any message rclv by it or any Grlgg and she heavy rain watch have kept handsome, the-f fiuket betog sorrowing ref

amendment embodying a subetittt of its agent or *mploy. for tran 'I Bills On Third Reading.: the ground" too "Wet tor work mast of A Urge of tae r
aUras and fl Btds followed :;
offered Senator Buckman. and to flx of. evidence House the teM, Taking; In Tvnne.*
wa by mission : a rate Joint resolution No. 1SS. by ** ** **"
I main to theltj Kct ..tfp *
Beth bill and substitute were ordered in actions to recover' *acme wa rrsd : Mr. Crawford of Orange-State) .prohibition valley a* a whole., not more than bait .. d'e'..
jrt.6.Md and made .special! order for in full with amendment adopted., amendment Mi Crawford' of the cotton ..erop baa. as yet come the crave was KTered with

; 'Ta..r' *.t 10:*:O. I Senator Bard. by unanimous consent poke for" V* mimttto covering- thesabj.et -1 an"U wall have lID"...pftuate4. The The Sun; wtCfe Ltberympathlxe irl.ndf'ydM t2
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pleat weklir. Bthe tamU11a
Ms... bill No. Itt by Mr. Reese-.. offered amendment that section : very fully and without his duo' cool bights.. wt
tl} I aa41. ttvsrtlrn 01 # aj. .atggt414 eat.rd hour of b r ave Kat.

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THE GAINESVILLE S11N: MAY l .20 r 190'; -_. 3

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IMMIGRATION BILLS I I Pains at the. waist back front or side are nearly sure proof of female trouble.'

Some other signs are headache pressing down pains, irregular functions restless:

, WON A BIG VICTORY At ness, cold limbs nervousness etc. These pains may be allayed, the system braced

t' .' and the womanly functions regulated by the use of

3 Itrilght and Bills Successfully ,
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o';'r',, f Passed Second Heading.$ the Wine of C rdui'W

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' THE, URE FOOD BILL
',' Mrs. Annie Hamilton of StetsonviHe. WIs., writes: uCardui! saved me

e .J 1'Senator Crlll Pasted the Senate.I from the grave after three (3) doctors had failed to help me. It is a good medicineand

'/ti ''Senator Willie Lost:: Out on Effort aI.st I recommend it to all suffering women." For sale at all druggists. In $1 bottles.

.. Line vat.sH.64-pm mo.tr.t J hook for Wowe. tfycMimd Medical Ad-
to Get Levy County Boundary be. o*
N;. ,1|f. Passed on Waiveof Rules, WRITE US A LETTER I I Y LaclIH.dScrtbJVoa Ad"-Y D."tJrhf pK cnn:.>.or...M.dl"Ans will Co.. .byTiint> ttBooc la pUln*. Ten.-.Ie4 "v*" 0\44.7 J,,!? -


;i'r The friend of''the Immigration .
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tayasures are somewhat encouraged courtesies of the floor upon motion license tax to traffic In upland or short 0.-.CAR N. ANoEaS PERRY M. COLSOX,
:by>> the fact that the bills of MessrsftCnlgbt .
of Senator Uroome, and Invited to and staple cotton or unpacked lint cottonat
' of Citrus ,and Dupont of St. certain times of the year and pro Sanders &
occupied, a seat at the right of the 0. N. CompanyDEALERS
ti=, 3obns bave successfully passed their president. A. number of other prominent viding penalties, was read the third

,r second reading In,th9 House without citizens, Including lion 8, M. time In _lull and passed. IN-'

..material amendment. Spa1'] man, wero extended the courtesies Senate bill No. 507, by Mr. WUUa-
of the floor. Requiring bond of 91.000 from mem- OexieralHARDWARE 1VLercha.n.dise.
The Senate..ud House Thursday deyoted -
8chool-B ok Bill. bers elected on the boards ot county
:+ a large share of thetr time tofellls December 31. STOVES FARMERS' I5IPLEMENTS, FURNITURE
resumed commissioners effective
Senate
then
The
on ,third reading; and some 1m- ation of ,Senate bill No. 101 I 1908, read third time in full and New Store New! Good Complete line of Ladies'! Spring Dress Good Fresh
vortagt bills were passed beach Humphries, and tbe conSlder'l passed. / Fancy Oroce,i -.. Carload of Furniture Jon being ",'..Ded-alt itt Low. .
House.. ator Crone: offered therefor, I Senate bill/ Ko. 414, by dir. Mc- ,e., Possible Prices. Western Largest Stock AUchua.of Goods,Ever; Carried 10

''h Pure Food B..... tug the sehool-book bills under discussion Creary." was introduced by permission* "
when the Senate adjourned authorizing county commissioners to Colson Block I, Trenton, Alachua Ccunty, Fli,
Dr. CrIU's pure food bill called up ?
Wednesday. transfer surplus funds from fine and .
out, of' Jts regular! order and passed After a long and forcible discussion, forfeiture fund to other county funds Established 26 YearsT

br the Senate was quite victory for the adoption and dereat of several effective May 31, was read first time

Abe Senator from Putnam who has amendments on,a final vote both the and under waiver of rules read see* We handle the

been fighting along this line for a bill and the substitute were lost the :'end and third times and passed, 28

number of ;years, and It ts now up tothe vote being 14 to 18. 'to 0. Best Machinery
Senate bill No. 101. together with The Senate then adjourned until
Siouse ...
previously adopted amendments was 9:30 Friday morning. ?- and number oar customer by the
The Hpuse bill with Senator Adams' THOUSANDS Our sales in 1908
ordered and
then printed placed on
amounted tn Nearly }(alf a Million Dollan. Write for eataloRoei .
3)6 per'day amendment Ircreaslng pay calendar under the aead of special HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.The C B
ears 'nn mnn>*. We have no connection' in Jaeksovrvllle,1m'la,
of members: of school board pa..ed'Ule orders, remaining, however,.od second House or Representatives was Your immediate or future need can be supplied by us. Address
;, enate all right'as did Senator Willis reading and still subject to" further called to order at 9 a. in.

',:', v bill requiring bond of county controls- amendments* Mr Knowles tu the chair. ..b..LSa-s: 0 O. MP.ANY: ,

'loners. Introduced by permission Senate Introduction of Bills. 41 South Fortyth Street: .. .. .. .. ATLANTA, GA,
A most bill No. 413. by Mr. Crews-Amending ,, .
3c. necessary, and Interesting fly Mr Calkins of Nassau-Regulating
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Sections 3299 and 2300 general statutes
to every taxpayer, measure Introduced ,relating to penalties for horse the publication In newspapers as I.. M, 01U, .M. President H. E* TAYLOR Cashierttso.
this afternoon Is the Adams bill pro* and cattle news matter or editorials, matter!:.paid W, H cns. VioPreiden Las Oaf BAN. Ae.t. Cashier
i' ,riding for tax levy for 1907 and 1903.This stealing. for as advertising; judiciary '.
bill will receive Immediate at. The Senate then adjourned until lly Mr McKenzie of Putnam, for
tendon from the committee on finance 3:30 p. m. erection of Btatuo to Stephen R. -Mai- THE FIRST NATIONAL BAM

And taxation. Afternoon; Session. lory., secretary of the navy of the C. .

AH toe, statesmen and politicians The afternoon session of the Senate 8. A., in hall at Washington.By 0:1:1--: : O-13. BJSV-ILLm:: : _
atlll remain In the' city and the hotel was called toorder at 3:30 o'clock.On Mr. Willis of Levy-Boundary

'lobbies are, crdwdwd at night and political motion of Senator Buckman, the evils of Levy county; read under suspension -. UNITED, STATES DEPOSITORY ..
slates are being made on the rules were waived ana Senate Joint of rules second tim|by title on

Average of every fifteen minutes -and, I resolution No. 325 by Mr. Buckman- ly. Mr.. Kirkland of Lake qbjetted to Capital . ,. . =100,000 00

1>y the way only two weeks Including Proposing an amendment to ,Article the bill because members from counties Surplus .'. .. fc 20,000 00
r, 'Sundays, remain of the regular ,pe.stop .- 12 of tbe Constitution of the State of adjoining Leijy were absent Mr. ,
ot 1907.Speaker Florida, relative to education, to be MacWllinuuB agreed with. Mr. Kirkland Interest Paid on Saving Aceonnt and Certificates of Dt'poiIVo All Businet

Matthews, :who' has been known as Section 16 of said Article' and a motion to put on final I :3>an.aeted Promptly.I1.lw.
for the levy of special tax TAYLOR CsshlerCOMPANY
absent for a week on account of Illness providing! passage was lost.
has returned ,and was greeted for the support and the maintenance Select Order.
with warm applause and numerous of the University of the State of Florida -
handshakes In making his way from the Female College the Institute 1>tr. Williams ot Jackson moved a 'ABSTRltr&R[ L TY
reconsideration of the vote by which
the doorway to tho chair during the for the fund Deaf and Dumb, and
House bill No. 29S! relating to salary
Qary part of the morning, session. the Colored Normal School, was read .
ot State chemists, was Indefinitelypostponed.
the second time the rules further (Xa.oorporated1
resolution << _.
waived and the read the
',. SENATE PROCEEDINGS. third time in full and passed, 22 to 6. Mr. Willis ot Levy opposed the motion E. E. VOYLE .MGR.
1I The Senate was called to order at to reconsider. After discussion \bsLraets of Title and fall Information furnished 'regarding lands IBenqnty. Ile'
t' i iBJI '', m., President Harris In the Bills On Third Reading. I the motion to reconsider was carried, Oar manager has lived In this count thirty yean and
Dills third reading were then Is thoroughly conversant with land titles. '
on
.chair and a quorum present. Some' ;
ayes 87. nays 18. The...btll was then
J jtlnio ,was consumed' In making various considered and Senate bill No, 199 by read In full and Mr. Willis 6f. Levy
the Mr. Crane-For regulation' of practiceof -HJ. IH5. Vc1FIRE.
Y;:,. Corrections in Jouruaf. moved to insert $760 for traveling expenses :
Thd following were. among the bill veterinary medicine and ? surgery Instead of $1.000. t The bill was BURGLARY BeD'"
r,';", Intrbduced and providing for board of examiners ACCIDENT. AND INDEMNITY IN8CBAKCEeating
: put upon final passage And passed, a number of JromlnflnAmertean and English oompaniei.
Senate bill No. 410 by Mr. Johnson was read In full third time and passed, >eas 34, naya; 18 I REAL ESTATE AND CITY .LOANS

-Requiring( : all cotton buyers' In this 24 to 1.House, House bill No. 426, appropriationsfor (3a.I.r' n.a-e+'i.1.l.o a Florida
':State to keopx a record of purchases bill No 71, by Mr. Dudley of 1- ----- -
State colleges, made special order
}, of cotton and prescribing the manner Illlloborougti-Amending Section 344. I
la which such rwcoVda should be kept. general statutes' relative to compensatlon <> for Friday at 3 p. m. Send
Messages from the Senate were read your orders> for Job Printing to
members" school boarda.Iuch&slng .
, Senate bill No 4U. by Mr. John- county
and bills referred to commit-
proper
.on. b; requestTo fix a' docket fee per diem to f S, Adams
tees. ,
arm:) .to Jtll be case charged by county judges In all amendment, 33 to 6., read third time and passed Bills On Third' Reading. THE SUN' JOB OFFICE. .

By permission Senator- Hoard Introduced Senate bill No. 102 by Mr. n mIlhrloaAlnt'udlng Senate bill No. 2C. by )Jr. Adams-

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now bill No.. 413-To establlnhk Section 324 of the Relating to guarantee analysis of fer

county court In and for Ewcamblacounty general statutes of the State of Florida tilisers! llAa. d.
1 Tho rules' 'were waived and the same being Sections 1 and 2, Senate bill No. 79. by Mr Adams-

.:the bill read the. second and third Chapter 46S2 Acts of 1899, as revisedby ,Relating to commercial feeding stuffs; S :' We' Keep a Fall Stock or

''y time and passed, 2% to 0. the commissioners appointed under pxlsep. rr
lion S Pasco was tendered the Chapter B2$7 of the statutes of Florida t Speaker Signed Bills. OLD JOE,

authorizing the board of public The business of the House was sus I
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IntUructiou of any county ot the Stateof I ponded tor a few minutes while the OLD VELVET,

Florida to contract debts for tbe 1 speaker signed enrolled bill., after
purchase: of real estate,to be used for t which the house resumed the regular FOUR ACES,

educational! purposes, >or the..rt' of acht'buildings., and to providefor )(1'. Wilson: of llernando gave notice MARK- ROGERS

the payment thereof, approved ot a motion to reconsider the Indefi. OLD CIIARTEK
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t Juno 1. 1893, and to authorise the Ia. nlte postponement of House bill No. .

suanc of bonds, and to provide for 449. Mr.: Mac Williams moved the MT. VERNON
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tue calling of elections> and to vail- report of tbe Internal 4 improvementfund
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tale bonds already Issued or voted for Investigating '
under the provision of Chapter 478 to the House committee appointed '
and 4 C8t, waa read third time In full to investigate" this committee. ; ob AND OTHERs

and passed IS to 15:. I agreed to.Ifotu. .
,DOLLARS DOUBLED Sonata" bill No. 18*, by Mr. Zlm (by .* c concurrent resolution. No. 27. HIGHGRADKWHISKIES.
.,use oruBfaleslee' f'eCluecat-DoAntns shall constitute by )II'. Doke. of Alacbua-Relating to

Gawilae Pwaol.p due diligence on part of banks Interstate commerce: passed. .__ .
aIM! IrdgstNa O.tntt In collection of checks, draft eta.and Senate. bill No. 34 S. by Mr Heard '

St.'I1w t..._.....l'-l.1....M...,........,,knd..1fndi ,,-_t. Axing liability) of bank, drawer. maker, for a state to 0.... Edward Kirby' HNdg.arten<< frAnheuserBusch
.eat trucketaw.u .. .__ guarantor surety and endorser wa Smith In National ball was called up
\ast\t aVethee.afirlLr' read! third time In full and passed. out ot the regular order on motion: ofMr. Beer
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..u..thiri'd:1. 2* to 0.Icy Reese of Ewcambla and passed.
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too_w.-tA i........n a......t permission Senator Hudson Introduced yvas' 41 nays o. Battle a.4 Drasrht,
1 bate.tlnttm a resolution authorizing the .House bill No. 4T7. by Mr Malone Writ. for price II... JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. We want ,oor

.tr; d14A t.nse rNRdtarBtahl .. secretary ot the Senate to employ of Monroe, substitute for House I bill trade sad Orders will gosraatee filled day io give received.eatUfaoiioa.

MIt.c.. a proofreader to supervise all printingordered No 1U by :Mr Wartnuusa of Marlon
K.... by the s.aatReaoutJoo relating to disposition of destitute tvuatlc OCALA
HOUSE WINE 1001S.
unanimously adapted.S *.
aat* bill No 344. by Mr. West *t The House adjourned at 5::W p. par.

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.. .. - scbaot hook 'bill No. 101 by MrHumphries '
FLORIDA LEGISiATOlTs ; Vo 16 by. Mr Crane and

No, :14 by Mr. McCreary. were taken Orange Crops
For the !
\ P. and resulted into Ifngth:i' : soil has much
WEREVEBYLOQUENT 4ona pro and con but no action wue: so grow-

1 1 taken in the premises? hen the Senate power per acre just as a

ChildrenTo adjoMre fJ4 nntll 9:30 o'clock much nurse-power per
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Unlimited Amount of moI'ftIHOUSE' ,, To
bdtlged: m Thursday keep this growing-

'nt Oratory During Day. -I----- the maximum, you must
1cqW PROCEEDINGS.The .
suActfd these days you supplied ith the nec
IIous 'was called to order at
SCHOOL TEXT BOOK must have plenty of grit, cour- elements., just as you
UNIFORMITY 9:30 a. m Speaker Pro Tern Know.
------ter age, strcncth. How is it with lea In the; chair. Roll call, quorum water. 'Therefore, use .

i e.n.id.tlon! of Measure Was Begun the children? Are they thin, '.present Prayer' by chaplan. Correction .

and tasted for Some Time, But No pale, delicate? Do not forget of journal
O<"her Matters I Following resolutions were Introduced
Vote Was Reached- Ayer's Sarsaparilla. You .. .. .
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In.Both Branches. It makes the' blood I : \1'
know pure
of importance + I House resolution No. 83 by Mr. )() without t V: good ;:
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T '.. \cnts of Wednesday: In legist- and rich, and builds up the llowell of Santa'Uoaa-Granting committee fertilizer containing

tit" }:!1I1i were not startling butthere : general health In every way.Theeh11"r.n I on aJl appropriations until May I be used.
'way considerable more than i <,ft"hf't,....."'t,.It.....C'''''''"eoo '" 20 to report .I general appropriationbill
amount of oratory. The "..I... U.l.."..,l..r..u \ui>. <."I.. "Orange Culture." i
n-uat) .ninlf 1 1r. ilu adopted.
the r'cl nny -" u.tl/M tlnn HT cl>lne ;
aur- tn reach a vote on any ot theIthool.book < ..*of A .r' 1'Ul*.A.II""5etau.ad.ry uaiix House resolution No. 84, by Mr. '

en- .. nn'DLa.YIQOtt. .. Knight ot Citrus-That on and after
ppr siuoTnheewdebate Lw'nm...Mwrin
tIre } on 9 May 1$. sessions of House be from .. 0a.-tz24 Cannier RnlMhi
KAnt
.ane' substitute for the Hum- AXa4e f rs AGUE Will!- 9 a. m, to 1230 p. m, and from 3

phrles biU continued ye8t rday. CHERRY PECT02AL.l p. m. to 6'p,,:n\* Opposed by Mr. Willie -- .--
rte S,mate bill providing; approprl- .... .. ..._t.l VT. pnbluiT of L. vy, '..'Pftvored by Mr. Knight : ,
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Ute toraul..f.11 cur .dJaa.
I anon fc# the State educational Institutions and Mr DuPontadopted., This does '
! was made special order for 10 away with bIght sessions.Introduction RAM

clock Friday morning shall before entering upon the dutiesof of Bills. . .

An investigating committee te Investigate this office give a good and sufficient By Mr Knight of ColumbiaRelatIng .,

an Investigating committee bond and prescribing a ponalty for to powers and duties ot State auditor

I u the latest proposition In the House, failure thereof.Amendments. .* '.. : Fla..
I which. was provided for ,Wednesdayby offered by the Judiciary By Mr Farris of Duval-Jlellef of

the Calkins resolutions, meanwhilethe committee were read and adopted Miss Lou P. Brlggs.. a .
Senate committee to consider the and -the bill ordered to the .com forty-eight years.! The bill apfroprl- .

preliminary report fbe Investigating rnlttee on engrossed bills. ates $300 annually' for the support of

committee will doubtless report The Senate then reverted to the the lady, who Is 75 years of age and Saddle l Horses.
their conclusions by bill or otherwise regular order of bills on their third partially afflicted with paralysis Mr. }

fn a day or two. This Senate committee reading and Senate bill No. 199 by Farris moved that the rules be walked .

was not easily secured as several Mr. Crane-Providing for the regu-! and presented a strong petition In favor
Senators asked to be excused on account latlon find control of the practice of of, the bill. Mr. Qrlggs suggestedthe

' of other committee work which veterinary medtplne, surgery and matter should be referred to Du- to a Jtigh- '
occupied their full time. dntlstry. and to"affix penalties was val county. 'The bill was referred to "
read In full the third time and owingto the appropriation committee. : .

SENATE PROCEEDINGS.The a desire of some Senators to further By Mr. Willis of Oadsden-Relating I t

Senate was called to order at examine the bill, the bill was to float logs against bridges.By .

I ':SO o'clock Wednesday, with President Informally passed. Mr. Wilson of Hernando-lie I : .
Harris In the chair and thirty House bill No. SI, by Mr. Olmstend latlng to drainage and reclamation of : .

Senators .responded to roll call. -Amending general statutes relativeto swamps and overflowed lands, establishing I 858 .
the preservation of wild otter and drainage districts and creating
The following new bills'were'lntra- .
duced! beaver was read the third time and board of drainage ,commissioners. I of the dam of Tommy' Krltloo,

Senate bill No. 40 I Providing for payments of surplus The hour of 11:30 having arrivedthe aid for exposition to be held on East : ).. The prest.son, of Baron
Senate proceeded to the consider Coast to commemorate opening of I .
I funds In fine and forfeiture fund .In
ation of the special order set for that
inland waterways. Mr. DuPont moved
; Hamilton county In excess of $500
| Into the road fund Of said county. hour,' this being Senate bill No. 54, the bill be placed on calendar on second ell
Mr. Beard-A ,bill to be entitled
by
reading without reference to committee *
| Rules waived, bill read second time
| by title thtitt time In full and passed an act relating to liability of person, carried.By '
i 25 to 0.House. firms, corporations and, associations )lr. Dorman 9! .Suwannee (by
owning or operating any machineryIn request)-Relating to cooperate life
memorial No. 17 by )fro Don Saddle and Harness
the conduct of business In -"
any companies
Insurance .
> egan''Memoralia: ng the Congress of ; weighs 1.2OO pound. P.rf"fc ,
this State. The bill was read in full
By.Mr Reese of E.cambla-Valua.-
the nlted States for an appropriationfor at leading horse t\howt.
Jhe second time with unfavorable report tion of railroad tor
the Improvement of the properties purpose
upper y'a of the handtom Indvl4(
from the judiciary committee.
St Johns river was read the secondand of taxation. sire, He Is powerful! bars,
Senator Bucktnan as chairman of the
third time, and 28 toO. By Mr. Paul ot notmeReU of
passed firs Rait* under the (add!*.
committee moved Indefinite postpone- clerks of circuit courts.
Senate bill No. 407 by Alf. Me- I".n.;.r Chief,Jr.
rnent.Tbe
By Mr. Farris of Duval-Relating
i Crwry.-For the relief of W. A. Snow
the head of tbs Standard'
bill was Indefinitely postponed te foreign corporation doing businessIn al
den '
, of. Mlcanopy! Alacaua county. by a vote of 23 to 3. State of Florida. $30 00 per season, with return

Bills on Third Reading. A message from the Governor was Special Order. (_ Florida breeder, a redoa-
Is This I.
paid
WL.\'We the regular order the Senate received. Mr. Knight In tbe chair. $28 promp. 3
The special order for 12 o'clock was ( ,. If you desire to breed
[ proceeded to the consideration of Mr. MacWilllatns moved a reconsideration" '
[ bills on third reading. announced this being Seriate bill No. .ef lie passage .of House bill +
Senate bill No. 46, by Mr.: Adams 29. by Mr.: Crlll--establishing a No. 409, appropriating |2 ,000 for turn
I A ,:.i/ to be entitled an act authorizing geological survey for tbe State of Ichlng the OOh,?'Qot'. mansion. He Farm
the o<,ard of commissioners of thetatr Florida to provide for the appoint would be willing to 'appropriate $17.-
institution to purchase land fora ment of a State geologist, to define 000. which be thought Vas sufficient FLORIDA.
-;:on farm and his duties and to provide for the ..
[ to erect buildings The roll was called, and tho motion -- --- --
8qtp:: said farm, and directing thatcertain maintenance ot the survey. The.committee prevailed yeas 37. nays 23 and the : : .ikltDPa
I prisoners bo not leased for on mining and phosphate r v bill was then placed before the House. ,

<*: and providing,the 'means to deft ported the bill favotably'wlth amendment Mr. MacWilliams moved to strike out 0. BOWERS
read to full thesecond
: the rxpense necessary to carrywt The bill was $25,000 and Insert 17000. T : '"
the provision, of this act: wan time and the amendment, amendment was adopted. 38 ayes to VENTl T. \

read the third time In full. Senator which was adopted, and the bill orderedto 18 nays, the required<< two-thirds. The v *

*W.I;:: took the floor In opposition to committee on engrossed bills. bill then passed, yeas 39 nays :2. In IJJ,f I.r Law Eiehanfiv.
>. 'c." and said the farm could not By permission tho follf wng n qw Mr. Rlchbourg asked that his bill- ,
t be t rlo self-sustaining. and criticised bill was Introduced: Senate bill No. House bill No. 203--making 3 cents ; . B.2M, It.*idene.Kof 1.

the tU a. being too vague and In- :to!. by Mr. Neel-For the relief of the maximum passenger rate, which : ,

cS.te! senator Ili'mphrteLi agreed the circuit court clerks of the State. .' was special order at 11 a.m.. be postponed -
*!*.:/ Senator Willis praising highly The pension bill was, on motion of until 10 a.: m. Saturday. Mr. 'iLL18. JR..

tt r-cent conditions, and! especially Senator Broome. taken up and read Or legs Insisted tbe measure be acted '
i"> r ntral Hospital ?at Ocala, as .tha third time In full being Senate upon now, without further delay ...
*- =.d br the Present lessee lie bill 4o. 30fc, by Mr. Broome. be wanted<< to vote for It Mr Rlth- ,

;.aaon for A << ance. Senator A bill to be entitled an act creatinga bourg sold tbo Long bill providing' a .... ,_ '. Ytotina'I I \.
:amply remarked be opposed State board of pension, defining 2tj cent rate would be acted upon ..4 '

I !r who shall not receive pensions who by the Senate Wednesday. or Thurs -- -". ----'II"----' -- .-

maiderable dtocueslon both shall be retained A* pensioners bow day.. Ills motion to postpone prevail County .Abstract Co
:1 t Igaiust the easure. the bill applications shall be made hpw pensions ed. The House then resumed. .

the close vote of 14 ayes shall be paid duty ofcounty The Regular Order tlserporsl.4l

:commissioners In regard Messages: from tile Senate were : ) .rice. t .. W llingepss.\ Vlee/
:r of sped U order having for the .*t U. R. OotMH hh.e..Tr'est.
providing
to pensions read and the bills referred to the proper
(JAUU fjV'LLE. VLA.
'us Senate., Senator Massey levy of a pension' tax and authorizing house committees. -
s
6s; = air proceeded' to consider the Slate Board of Pensions' to make Senate bill No 483. l>y Mr. Adams an .x'ln.i,. Abstract: bosl
Vo 207. tW Mjr. Willis.to regulations to carry Into effect the I legalizing Incorporation of town of ; : ... fs Ulttrs for Imparting- Vail
A be entitle!! an act proiviat provisions of,thltt act. i jasper, was on' motion of Mr.. Brad* eonaerolnir lb. Till. of "
each m<4aber-elect of the Sovrral brief speeches were made i shaw of Hamilton passed under suspension > all. .l.od. H Aliases cooaty"
% J '.. sras.aet.w+ 'ont'.I'
County {Commissioner* otm on the bill by Senators Ilendersoa. of rules"
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<>>/ State of Florida, Hudson And Ilum&fcties* who. beliesleg i Senate bill No. 173 by Mr TrammellRelating
_, the 'pension bill top broad In Its to claims against railroad, I"

1y nrilisCe moti provisions, felt compelled to cast their was placed on the calendar of billson SEED CO SIcatert
votes against It. awttmd reading wltboat reference ,
Senator Broome defended! the measure to .A COOIDIb It t e. ,
In his usual tiapnjwlTe manner. Mr Dupoot of 8t Johns Introduced I 10 FIBLIUAUUO > sad .,
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On roll call the Mil wma passed bya House bill No. MC, providing for subrolttlac -
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r-J vote of 25 to 4. Tbe Seaate then I to the people At the next general : I

*a4.- E Adjourned until 4 p. ro election the question of IDOTIDCj' e ci x 1 tier:'

:: p'7t Afternoon *...10...... the capitol to A point east ot Yard flastal.sp" .
caned to order at wAoae 11'..... It was referred to the Arlisgta. n bin' llplae c..
ra: +r r.rte Tbe Senate was
..c y"A5 committee on nls elaae 4 o'clock.By IslaAd IJrewai t'* ......
eAC*,. r.stta.ts permission Senator Crane intro Lion after A motion to waive the rube : ... JlJe' Tidier ...u...

ss u+rcarnage doped A bin to create the Florid was loet. .
ex l State Board of Dental Ssrgeoas.t Bills en Third Re44ln0.Hoose : KM: ..*...C-r.0. .......
AacEtlNAN&STE
i.a t ? dr Bead' of special d. order the bill." No. 191 by )II'. Jt.Mse o q =.acx rx.A.; I





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WE!: HAVE JUST RECEIVED: FROM THE EVERETT AND HOWARD PIANO FACTORIES TEN OF

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Pianos are sold we ....(f.., I f.f"." '- '
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will.not duplicate ''
The Artists" Church Co. with a

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} I $7M Everett Baby Crand ; now $630.00 I $325 Harvard now .. $292.50
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: II I $451 Everett now . > > $485.00 2 5350 Harvards at ; "" $315.00
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l 1' SIlO Everett, now -i. > /; '. $540.00 I $450 John Church). at a.: ..'. $405.00
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I' S25 Everett now \; '. ?'*. '5472.50 I $300 Dayton at .', *:: :'.-;: ':. ':. .< ,$270.00

ToiTmJSZ: $25 Cash and $10' per month on EverettPianos, ; $10 Cash and $8 per month on Howard Pianos; \
$10 Cash and $6 per month on Dayton Pianos. 8 per cent interest on, unpaid balances. :

Sale Begins Early Monday Morning, May 20. Come Quick-Get t First! Choice Positively Prices Not" Duplicated

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Canopies Mosquito It Will Be of Interest to: You White Wash See'and'Skirts Our Colored I


$1.M, $1.25, $1.50 .
$2.00, $2.75 To keep up with the values offered here each week. $1.25, to, $10.00

Our shelves are loaded with dependable bargains. that 4
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I"I must be converted into'money. , > \ r : Splendid 'Linen Finish
Full Size Fine- .
I Canopy, Each has attractive values that will bo *:, :
-day some -
: Mesh Net, Special extremely Skirt, nfcelyimbde, worth

: This Week interesting to you. .. S2.00, Special at

: \ Take time to note the values we offer-you will -find.
'. $100 .$148NEW.AND
them as advertised. x .
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WHITE GOODS SPECIALS ATTRACTIVE

r., THAT ARE REAL iARSAlKS flODD VALUES III imBT-TIHIHI flOODS VALUES INCuruin

40-inch India Linon worth 15o. . lOc SwUie! *.t IO _ 40-inch India Linon worth 20c. , .12 l-2o raOC7 Pad !
Fine book.fold India Ltnou w'th lOc, 8 l-2c The the best city line at from Fine Tailored. ... ....8klrtt.. .ever. .,,shown. .. ...In. .dw.C Qft J0 4*>>v rOC* ,v4w.W Afi -Speeial oc yard.Flgnred Mohair. -very Dew? and I'JH.b
r Fine book.fold India L-non w'th 15c, lOc The best tin Fine Wash Suit*-In l.wo. LInen-FlnUh Sultiug and Pare LineDft Organdies tile> worth 35a.:
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j 45-inch Persian Lawn worth 25c.. .lOo45inch -ever shown In the city at frum i8.VH to $::.60 Fine Val. Lace acd I&'tr&lonl.Y1D .
Persian Lawn worth 40o. . .29o SHIRT.WAISTS and White Wash V.'ahu50C Cfl O CA
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a big a..ortment.of new at'Ju.| Te Eacb )reericd and Lfnen-Torchon LaeChildren's ->'
45-inch Persian Lawn worth 50c. .. ..35cT -
30-inch Dotted Swiss worth 15o. 121.2c NEw UKDKRMU8MNS In Gown, Skirt... .., Oonot." ..+A QO mod MU'ea'AVatb" Drie 25ft*
y Covers.. tee! the FO'1r.rl o.Set.at .t- .;J Te $10.93. .OO oaeh. ..;.' .
_ 304nch Dotted Swiss worth 20c. . .15c Ladlrt* :.- ,
Lane and Gtujis?L1.1. llotf bark:
_A '3O-inch Dotted Swiss worth 50c. . ,39c' and. color.25 and Oe.'I ',..h
Fine White Madras worth 25c . . 19c ,
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36-inch Madras"worth 25c .. .. . . .15c ;.r*_ ClllffOZXr"1 Lissa .. Ladle'Silk and .LlnenraVol.. :- :: f 1.25 t*
36-inch Madras worth lOc. .. . 12 1.2c ,..* i ,46.00.Men' :.':>
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Aa. pretty a Silk-much C001er-ln good atrl.l! ; worth&0o-- .
fine
.. Fine Nainsook worth 25o _ . . . lOc De's Sbl9cJ worth 11.00Men's
,Standard Bleaching worth 12-12o . .10o <> ? Special at 29c. ne k.wear at 25 and Oe.
Good value Bed Spreads ...75c, 89c, Fe. window.zephyr Calloo dma pattern*. lo.7ard'aeaatbl, &9t
_ 96c, $1.15. $1.39. ., Erode tack; worth TOo., -

Beautiful White Wash Belts, 10 to 50c New Ruchings Tucked! Chiffons,
ry Beautiful Patterns In Linen Belts at A very pretty sheer fabric: worth C3e-SPECIiL at 49cBoih Hemstitched Trimmings Collars and
Y 25 and 50c new and pretty j| Cuff Sets. II

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C- .' WtlAT THE!: SOUTH 'OFFERS.If 'I I coal mine 944*OOO given for carrying
tALnE8VtLLE" \ I APPROPRIATIONS MELON
I coal from this: country and $3. oo.oOO SEASON

gtuU: ffrqm the highest peak east of the Driven *o relieve the people of the Is .
lEltC $ mountains. blrde- view ofj I II
Rocky a ye
.... glands I 'rori the effects of the" famine WILL OPEN
EARLlfProspects
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tbe South could be had there wouldbe SPECIALONJUESDAY ,
.,GataesWe.Fl&. caUHt.t i by the war of sitblugatton: .
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reslstXeas.
i I' a.aes' A.0<< Ooafret seen a mtght> Much
f 'IAIS p1,0*' more Important tnan the sum
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_Y Me'opL 1 _. I IbIWat4 struggled movement amid ef a the people darkness who. of having the tiere named ts the immense Increaseof Bill Provides (pr $570,000 for: :fo&> Large:; and Profit.able -*,
our early appropriation for army .
Every * at Gainesville, hard victorious fight v?A
mind by the foreign adventure of which the Acquisition : ; : ,?, .- '

have at last come In sight of the of the Philippines was but one THE GOOD N ROADS BILL ACREAGE HAS .BEEN: 'INCREASED
Ppbl'r
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wholly westward as heretofore the other side of ,the globe necessitatedan ; { '
Measure Made a Special Order for the Chamberlin A Barlow'' Will '
Taps o*!' St sscars-rsou! tide of population would be seen to Increase ot army and navy com Propsbly'Open .

Twit'e-a-Wf'ek Stet |1 a year j six be turning Southward. The hard 'ned JD n.uratq,with outs. enlarged responsibilities. House Wednesday- Considerable the Season. by** Early June" 'a.'.:"
The
laontbsCOe. ; single copies, 60.' veterans o( the Sout ;* struggle for While we remained A continental Debate Over Sams Printing Bil''. Shipments.... Fruit' Promises to bo \i:
Industrial independence"would be Been ,'''' '' '
ADT&R'I'J.llfG'R.A.1'ES I' poweriwith' A purely de-tena..al Other Matters; of Interest. Unusually Fine and Large.

advertisements 15 cents A line drawing heavy reinforcements from policy. a small. force sufficed for our I
Local cents for each addi-. the coming tide. Capital the greatest Special to The Sun: The watermelon season'twill opentwo
she first and 10 protection, our poeltlou being Invincible -! 'i.-,
.or insertion. |coward on earth, which shusned the but by takrag-'Hawaii, Porto Rico Tallahassee, May 18. -The college weeks earlier than usual' this
for three South In the of Its despair appropriation bills have been made A .
advertisements days now otie.ot:
,Displayed Guam and'tbe' Philippines! we have i season and promises to be ( the
and 12 months at special ratescei > Joins tbe procession and the South, special order for Tuesday morning at10S1
I given pledges to fortune. These -i section:
famished upon application. oversea when both the StDate'and moat profitable in this A for. ,
beggar no longer Invites the world'ssurplus .
Marriage and DeathS notices inserted t money seeking the most profitable acquisitions enormously Increase. I house companion bills will be con many year, as many growers'(!'baye.t /
> Obituaries. cents a line. ourliability'to,loss and humiliation at
j i
field on earth for Investment sidered. The bills carry A total appropriation been added to the list while others" ,,
the hands of having large I""
powers
Ova OIUBBIKO LIST.In : Invites it not with the beggar's plea, means. of aggression."The I i of $570,000 which includes have increased their acreage. 'r'l'

Thrice-a-Week: but with the right to say that we are Is In $150.000 for the erection of new bu ld- ChAinberlin & Darlow who ..
and the effect seen our annual .
[ ,* Pun Independent stand alone, Ings for the University. The prospectsfor ,
In y Y j World one edr.$1 6s we can -we appropriation bills. We appropriated Among the extensive growers of thin

Sun and the Atlanta (Oa.). have accumulated enough of money: j in 1906 for;; the army 571.817.165. the passage of the measure seem.. section, report that they will, be SblP-1; ,
Weekly Constitution one year. 1 75 and of experience to Insure a great fairly. good. v: ' areturing'

ne Son and the Atlanta (Oa.) .And at &dyadvance. but so vast U the I against $23.1i9.134f.tn 1898 an Increaseof 1 1 The good roads bill was set for m a ; ,
1 50D'rhnn.Unlodrt '
Semi-Weekly Journal one'year.: nearly 800; per c.nt.V"at Point
i the Semi-Weekly field so cure are the returns that for cost us $1,664,707 in 1906 ,against special order In the House Wednesday. -they estimate that they will get from..

one :year .... . 1 60 toe good of the investor, as well a* $479.572 in- 1898 an Increase of much II ; sixty to seventy.five car loads from

-=- Tor our good, we bid the world'a welcome Action on what Is known as the their melon farm of 116 acres on t
more than 30u $>er cent.<< For the navy I
g"We will not accept stamp. of a that all may share 'In 'the utllitzation In 1906. the"* appropriation was U02.09.1.670. .- Lake City bill appropriating grounds XVauburg Lake Inasmuch AS they;

[user denomination than 2 ce ta. of these vast resources. Here, againitt$33.003.234 In 1898. an and $15.000 to reimburse that clty; for will probably be the first shipper*

says she South to all mankind, Is a Increase exceeding 800 cent For money expended on former Unlver.ltyground. it goes without saying that the price
per
STATE SURVEYOR-GENERAL. region of which there Is no duplicate. these three Jteme-\Vest Point army And buildings, was again postponed received for their product will bo "' '

Here la ample room for a hundred and"tbe report Is again current highly satisfactory.
' fd: exclusive of
HI : ( navy new pensions
resident Issues Order Retaining of the possibility of a denominational
million people to have the best cpn- 'caused by service in the Philippineswe There ore many other large grow

Services Another Year. dltions found on earth for the enjoy pay at pre.ent.yearly U7 .1.3.542 school there, but not with ers of melons all of whom ,report
President has Issued the fol- ment of life the of home State aid or supervision.Acrimonious .
Tie building a more than In 1898. 1'hlslncrea.e Is due good prospects, and If these indications .
|lowing order continuing the ,office of' the development of business ami the almost wholly to the colonial policy debate in the House turn out well the melon grower':'

veyor-general of Florida for another i creation of wealth.If to the new venture in world politics. over the Sams printing bill. I this season will. be well rewarded. for

year It will be remembered that the South has done this much There has been: much feeling here his efforts ,
Up to June 30. J903, In fine, accordingto I
[;there was an order abolishing the with the discouraging conditions over the Intimation of secret administration .
Representative Clark, we paid out
office on June of the present year which It faced 25 years ago. what and caucuses to Influence legislation \ FROM JENNINGS LAKE.
on account of the Philippines not lesaha.n
nd the present order Is one recindnj may we not expect now that tbe bust $647.699,250. I ? And tbe He has been passed ;
and In the last four ' "*
[ It. The order follows: ness world has come to realize. that ,frequently. '
Division of Farm... Eduoa
years they have undoubtedly cost us County
"It Is hereby ordered to enable the no other section of this country or ; J I Rumors of extra session Are current
halt as much more or A total of'I.MOOGO.OOO..r. tlonsl and Co-Operative,
(Mature of the State of Florida any other offers equal opportunitiesfor owing to the unfinished loglsla i Union.'k+

>comply with Section" 2221. U. S. Re- the Investment oi capital for the This' Averages $110.- tlon before the Legislature Jennings Lake, May 18.-There was it.a .
000,000 for the nine we have had
led Statutes, that the abolition of broadest development of manufacturing years The Senate and House adjourneduntil mooting here on the '10th inst for
our new responsibilities in the Far
e office of U S. Surveyor-General mining railroad and agricultural East ', Monday. The Senate* beginning the purpose of organising. A county

f Florida be and the same Is hereby Interests? And, Instead of having no Monday, will hold night sessions* division of the Farmers' Educational ,
"What ve receive !In return Is the
poned to June 30, 1908 Immigration as In the past, it Is certain and Co-operative Union, which was .
profit A ridiculously small
MTHEOjXRE ROOSEVELT."The that we are to witness a great on trade R. A. BECKER'S NARROW ESCAPE. successfully oiganlsed by J. O. Smith.
Amounting- Imports and exports to-
White House ;May 4, 1907." Southward movement of population. State. organiser und the following' ofi '
'
g.ther-In 1905 to but $18.S5t.OOO."It .
Picture the conditions of 1880 and Was In Collision With Oil Steamer A floors were" electod:
is- about time these
we
Texas leaves the contention for the results accomplished since that islands Judge gave Dlount up of Ma- Few Days AQO.R. T. A. Gay pre.ldenflX.' Bryant;
anyway.
aitlon as the "garden spot" of time then study the present situation; con ha. proved logically, from the A. Decker, chief officer of the vice-president' : W C. Townsend secretary 4

be country. to other States. It I. recall the fact that the manifestationsof words' of congressional investigatorsand steamer Uayoma of the Ward Un s ) ."..U, Love, chaplain; W. O.

tent to be the watermelon patch today In railroad extension, cot- from reports of American plying between New York. Cuba And Sanders, door.keeper) O. If. Gibson,

t\the world. r ton manufacturing and other directions officers and officials, that the FIltplnG army !Mexico bad A thrilling experience coiMlucort. II. Gibson 11. .p, :Weekly,.'' 'j

r are merely the fulfillment of capabJI1)f and*(' ,narrow escapefrom death A W. IS. Brown committeemen W SB*: t; i
ate certain amount ofselfgovernmentx
a
"
Once more Mr Bryan 'has beenIIlled plans interrupted by tbe war. but j at few days ago, according to the information llrown. business agent, J. W Harris", '

out of a vehicle only* to land based upon natural advantages that even present.They received by letter to Mrs, dvlogato to State meeting X*. U. Lan,, ',
should
have as much of It as
hurt tra his feet. It doesn't seemo war could not destroy, and attempt to Becks.lfr. county orp tzer.
possible and It, should be extendedand
make any difference to him wheth- forecast what- will b* done In South Decker stated that hi. steamer The next! meeting will be held with'
amplified as rapidly as conditionswill
.r' It is a carriage or a band "'agon.t ern advancement within the next In a. dense fog.,collided with an eli Cherry Sink on August 9.
Admit until free
we are entirely
aiva's; lands right' side up. 25 years. ; j tank steamer off the coast of Virginia .. ._ ..
from I --- ---------- --- -- -------
L the cost And responsibilitymo
H .
--- and WAS so badly damaged that all
----- burdens
Bernard Shaw THE: COST OF THE PHILIPPINES.. imposed! bY the victoryof : were And It
makes a vigorous' pro- Dewey are growing Instead of lessening men. put to pumps required
against Ambassador Dryce's as- the most heroic efforts to keep
The stand taken by CongressmanClark and A party in political power
i that there the Afloat until she reached Newport
are no great drama- ship -
regard
In to the Philippine Islands : Is not letting the truth be known. We
or poets nowadays.: it may be business News, where she was docked for
at the late session of Congress have no with the Philippine

faded that Mr Shaw considers himself when he introduced ,a bill favoring, anyhow And the cooper we let them repairs.

h. greatest modern. dramatist. in effect the disposal of the Islandsto go the better for us At home And Fortunately no one was Injured but
-- It for All to work hard
"bidder was necessary
has receivedthe abroad.
- -- the highest ,

'o1. Watterton says, "the President hearty commendation of many of ---- ._--..-- to keep the steamer Afloat r4T1y

&1 overworked Judge Taft as a man the leading papers of the country, and That too much prosperity Is often . .
't all work, "Is there such A thing AS A fresh
made him loo much of a
the popular representative from the the ruin of individuals Is an unfortunate -
t'tcb-end.ca.rr '," Lincoln story?" asks the Boston Her sIAIEh
thinks
and
) that Air.
Second District should and no doubt truth, but that too much property -
.**v .It's enemies "a aid. Probably not. nat there Are always h f.NKL'Joeieoa.
def''Mien
see
may
.. does, feel proud that the measure has will breed business depression "
In this. Perhaps Mr. Roose- received> such favorable mention. 1 Is not so well l sown. Yet from Cblcago. A lot of fresh Lincoln story-tell' 1I .
*h is merely assisting his fat frlf'nd'bant' era. IMt t53k ML PIPI h0 i L t .
Along this line we take the following A few days ago comes the an.
and train down for the race. from The Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle noun cement that the Western Electric }

--- of May 13th, which will prove Interesting Company has recently dropped 5,000 The prosperity that simply Ignore Ve
what Is called panic must be "the
. FJ' the past few years the name to bur readers.: out of .2 ,oOO men from Its pay rolls. A,, COUV1LLL. TLA ,

[f Hon Frank Adams ot: Jasper has "Hon. Frank Clark. Congressmanfrom Not hard times, nor the expected approach real tblng.-.. -. ,- Y1

lSfl mentioned In connection with Florida, who Is a student,of the of hard times but "too much Ellen Terry---has-become-- a brideat 4 $OTrLrs $ 3 3 4e

lie nest race for United States Sen I Philippines and what pertains to them, prosperity,'* was assigned by Prest 59. Terryblo. l art rr pII Tw4 w ,

lie is recognized a. one of says the Islands have cost the United dent E. )of. Barton as the cause of the :-

's> leading men in business as States nearly a billion dollars. .H Is company's Action. "The" high pricesfor '"

tU as to the political ,world. lie true that this is not generally Acknowledged copper steel And lead metAls, the-Ofd- us6i 1iIfi' >

been a prominent factor In the by the Washington government which we uw very largely make con Whiskey

Oba1ldlnc of his section 'of the but Mr. Clark Is In position structlon of plants In which our apparatus

aDd for twelve years has been: to know 'whereof he speaks. The government Is used very much more expensive CstublfAhed sMf

h, abe.: representative of Hamilton has not been candid about the than At any time for twentyfive ----- .,

Fwi: la the Slate Senate. lIe baa I, Islands and blocks Attempted Inquiriesat years," he said "Our customers, El OLD HIUUI'K WILLIAM : '

5a h-nored with the presidency of,: every stage possible. In A speechj thou bAre'to face the probability that i Pure fin. old rf..# By lb. (r a I loo $9.OOw..,. ..>>//1,

aUtoguished. body of lawmakers :j at the recent session of Congress Mrj plant put in at the present rate of A j 44 Four full/EXS'IUtut quarts $*.I'tlEI'IttD-! "" :"

fc=:. a most excellent officer. He j i Clark gave some idea of the fearful cost could be duplicated within A few & ... --.- -. --- ....,...." ).

*a.COC'Jd. honest And honorable gentle-I T responsibility of the Philippines and yeans at greatly reduced outlay The t( : "''llf" l UFU. J, COLXXAXPur

Teasing in address able de- :j the total inadequate return we were fundamental difficulty, therefore is ;/t1. \fJ i t Pennsylvania It,.. n'flh.n4.

Item and one of the beat posted men deriving from them. According to The too much prosperity." Tbe American ,. ": -. "V ..(.;:; .....- 1 mallow'. liy the ..Uon U.t A. Your '

9ttto matters to be found AnyHts -I Baltimore Sun the conspiracy of silence Telephone And Telegraph Company Is ,:' .p!r' "l full quarts M OO. :

1 bre friends And be vbAS themtvarv :I' at Washington should be ODe of the largest customers of the .l-: ff' .' KXFHKrtd PKKPAII_ '

>tI1 '1)()jj and COf'U"b Florida, :i rebuked and the fade made knot?* to .boTe-DAm" corporation And Is refusing ,:'- '.At :- .... )".L ,,!:

tit..rt that he enter the race for i Ute public. to make Any extension' of It* ._ \ Por. at.lt..UaJ family whiskey. hIs .
.u..cs e.atee Senator, and they be i "Tbe 130,000,000 given Spain for the lines In consequence of the high price : --;;.. the rat loo $3 fiO Your fall nasrt.*

te *a can and will be nominated. Island was but A beginning. There of materials. A.. copper; ate J and f2.8O. KXPKKtH PBRPAIDtXIFFUUI .., ;
-a . ---- -
ftefoITe the solid And enthus- followed year of war for the suppresslon lead Are All controlled by trusts of
____ __ .. __ RYE ,
1ft: port of this Chis home) sea :' of the local Aspiration for lode which the copper: trusts A virtual
4 By the gallon 13 21%. Four fall .'''.'
or q. J'
"ortdA I I with costly monopoly And the steel And leAd. OLD KESTl'CKT: CORX
the very day be an. pendence. together A participation $*... LXPtIEtl9'PR>;"AIU ,
and as h. U A good coma : '' ta the Doner war In China traU. Are enormously protected by 1 Direct from hooded warehouse, floe '1'1

1.fcaw Dlemamnf;,, affabl gentle i j growing out of our presence In the the tariff And Are thus free from foreign and old. By the gallon '!.OO. &Lit POINTER CLUB COR* .'

be WU1 pza strength AS 1 I JPhllippto**' To the direct cost ofthese competition, It .. evident that Four full quart $3.to. _. Rich and msLIoir Uy thus asUoa 3jK

eaa;,&gn L'roireeaes. Although [ wan must be added the x> I tariff protection to trusts can dispense EXPRESS PREPAID Four fall L"Xl'ltEtld qo.rt. $? O PREPAID: .

-a""Cacy. L ou A'! mentioned for :I peases Incident to our Attempt to goyern bttJne...depression In place of that .

e bow tea .. be De..'%;; so>> far .. !'! an unwilling people. Including such prosperity of which, the standpAtter W* boodle all UMI leading brsn4s Rye sod Boor boo WblskU. la the SBAJ.

decided to eater the race :: !Item .. the S7.00.000 paid for the I claim It should be the Universal dis- >.* sad will save foe from 36 to BO ret est OA yo.r parthA.... Seed for prt*.

h as the tic. lor the a.at NImaI7 frtarsf lands, tae $21=,000 geld for tribute. Jt soist beds to look, even tlst: and Aialogu. From OJKMK asyiHeatloii.THE .

*tpp ema..se' +aa..aa.nt Idamages} to etntrcfc. the flTtX 00 which I I to "r' BepubUeAa friends, ttet too '

)bs JIIIt.Jt -.Net* ....... a tae flrst PMUpptae comaklMioo.. cost motto brotecUost to trusts I* tetuaUagft. . AtTKAYER 6, FLATAU LIOUOR, COMPANYI

thila-.Ur. stiff pads-/' ItA* ftMMWfl )sJ4 Is* a* "'het'. owe er>...... # cON ATHE -
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THE GAINESVILLE SFN: MAY_20, 1iUti 7

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I,::; WILLIS LOST OUT ON LAND GRAB ; WILLIS OF LEVYDIDN'T S 's S NATURE"s


',:,: TOOK UNDUE ADVANTAGE OF FRIENDS 'MAKE GAME TDI IC


---- Every one BbouM t'1e a tonic In the ;iiprinjf ; their Y1'tlU _
Llood h bc't"'e t. u':. ,1 sluggish with the It
I --- The is : a: accumulation t ,
:Dr. 1Jeltey: Superintendent, Tells atives. but to others. and many telegrams Tbo:'ght He Was Sharp, But Loston f\ stem from the.i'i ,c'c.: i::il(x)r life, and from the heavy:, rich fWirter -( ;' t t

of How the Game Was Work d. were also sent out toy the Ocala His Calculations., reason. f.L: L.ood being 11 tins ufinaturpl and disorders,j r t
is unable to furnish the body with the increased! amount of nra;
'
Hoard of Trade to various Rejprenenfatlves necessary for the more enerjc.tic life of Sprang and.Slimmer, aid ,, 'It

THE COUNTY DIVIDING LINE, Of the State asking them THE COUNTY DIVISION LINES ,* 'ffvrs from dc')i1ity. weakness nervousness' indication, loss of ;"- ". ::111

to Intercede with their Senators and -.:-- ,. aqd many other nujvle\ : sant symptoms of a disordered bloat! c1' : -:* '
Representatives. \\' n the e',!4tem 19 lit this rnn-do\vn and disord cre4 condition it
Gobble Part of Alach- ;i n ;
Wanted ;
Passed Would Have Got-, Willis to )t ,
Xad. It Levy The people do not seem to .appreciate to take unknown eoicoetion,. saraaparlllas' compounds. etc.. be ':::. L. ,
.ten a Great Slice from Alachua,' a the ,reported, unfair methods of ua and Marion Counties and" Had WluaUy contain potash or some other equally strong and hlU'm/l'' JI n c_...:g

Big Lot from Marlon, and'" Levy the Representative from Levy to preset His Fiddle Well Strung, But Friends \nhichactsunfavorablyand often dangerously on the'd:

'Would Have Profited. i his" bill and attempt to get of Absent Ones Interfered. \ weakened: ; eyrn at a time when It| needs gentle and natural. st;:nu;"j t ')11
x" th* off the nritu4 and its lost S. S
/. it through. ow im:> recuperate energy. S. tar ;r"
Prom Natordafrr! D.lly Sun* ... .' .. Special to The Sun: t atcly called Nature's tonic. It is made entirely of roots herbs afron -: hull m.

Representative Willis of !Levy county DEATH OF MRS. GLEASON. Tallahassee. May 17.-The.. tl puce the great storehouse of forest and field selected tJr their put = ,

who made an effort to rscoop a today passed the appropriation, bill. for health-restoring: qualities, and as it does not contain' the alight ;t t o;
'' large section of Alachua county and Succumbed, to Blood Poison, After thfe State University; Woman's'+ College mineral Jp any form it Is perfectly safe for young or old. S. S, < ac r.T
and Deaf and plied Institute, bya directly'tln'the blood ridding it of all impurities and poisons, and rc ;f.:n
of Marlon adding to ;;
portion '
s a coolly Illness of Three Months. the lost properties 01 rcl. nutritive strength so that itwis able to Sit' :
of 40 23. This bill gives roe y Ce
vote
Its territory hundreds of miles| of fine I to
Mrs. Minnie Louis Qleason, wife of O.oofJ( for buildings. system wilh the healthful, invigorating etlpergy needed to pass t: t-
and mining lands, did not University U new
farming George A., 01eason. died at the homeof season of.Vje year. Its action is tbe most pleasant prompt and '1
;, 'work just exactly with the Ideas and The bill of Willis of Levy In the of all to ic". and those who feel the need of such a medicine will t'a xv
her uncle, County Treasurer R. U.Peeler
devlres of the author of the hill, who House purporting to take part of commence the use of S S. S. at once. S. S. S. restores lost cnerv tr'1 li
r produced the name at an opportune at 10:30 o'clock Thursday Alachua and Marlon and add this territory '- the tired worn-out fueling', hcljs the appetite aids digestion, ande' st rei..
moment Thursday afternoon. +I I morning, after an illness of about to Levy county came near being and vigor to t-ie system: TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA Ie
CA.
three weeks from blood poison I ,
This Is in reference to the bill Introduced I I I I rushed through Thursday during absence .
Deceased
born October 9. 1871
was Carter account of sick -=:=-=--
by Representative Willis inSie of Judge .
I House seeking to establish ,a ,seoI I I hence was thirty-six years of age I BALES IN SIGHT 12, 04,352.Hester's .
or dividing line between the'1.i i Her parents' having died in her early I Represent-ative I { .

I I( life, she was taken with other children been called to of the Cotton Movement .
counties of Alacbua. Levy and Marion, I porarily, having away' Analysis
of which Dr. J. X* Kelley, who (' by her uucU, Mr. Peeler, who. attend, to business In one of the de to'Aprll ZOo Chattanooga '

was in Tallahassee, .was kind j| reared her. 'y / partments. Representative Willis': ;ew Orleans May .16.-Secretary
I On January 8. 1.893 deceased was analysis of th't; cotton movement -
,enough to wire Jesse K. Hurt, tlty % fondest hope was suddenly ended by Hester's ,
married to George A. Oleason, and of Kirk for eight' months from Sept.
Interference Representatives
editor of The Sun Thursday night I
The representative* of the counties to them> dye children have been born- land of Lake and Mac Will lams of St. 'I to the dote of April, inclusive:
four boys and one girl, the latter only shows that compared with the crop
Johns 'who came to Alacbua's rescue
interested, happened to "catch on" to.:
fifteen months of nge.; movement last year Texas Including
taking such advantage
and protested against
Representative Willis' action and prevented
| Deceased was a Christian Indian T4.rr'1ffJry. bas brought into
comAstcyit of tbe absence of the
the presentation of the bill up. repro.sensativos
and lime sight this season in round figures1Bra,500
was active from the
from the counties interested
on its third reading, and the probably
:: more, other gulf
*" she Joined the Methodist church, having blocking the of this bill .bales
,
final passage
passage. states Including Arkansas, Louisiana -
been a regular attendant in all '
had declared
which Willis as "purely
Dr. Kelley Talks. Mixslsslppi, Tennessee? Mis
branches of the church. She was
local" There is now no danger of t
marketed
.. and Oklahoma have
Dr. Kelley who has beep In Tallahassee never happier 'or more contented than I sour!
its passage the Atlantic states .
and
979 more
on some legislative matters relating ,when she was working in the cau.eot 000
Is In.
Representative Carter highly Georgia
of North and South Carolina
to education returned to the Christ, and her deeds will live
Willis' urfalr action and if
dlgnant-at Florida Alabama and Virginia,
city Friday and was approached In .
after her.Besides
he has opportunity Is sure to make 70,000more, making the.,, total in-
the matter his wire not being quite her husband and children Plows
same severe comments" on Iame. create 2.391.000 bales over last ;year.
1 t explicit. Dr. Kelley Volunteered, to .
deceased leaves two brothers, Chas.I
Geo. W. Hawthorn was granted a reduction The amount brought Into sight by
give the following Information: and J. {. Pester of Jacksonville.
) _
of fine from $260 to $25 for Croup ot states follows: ,
i -The line of Xh o, bill, as provided. rThe funeral 'will be held this mornIng aggravated assault \ Texas and Indian Territory. 4321.

In of large scope, and takes In a ; from the residence at 10 o'clock. C91 other gulf states 3.857,927. At. '.

'lice of Alacbua and Marlon counties. Rev. T. J.JKixon; ,of 'the First Methodist lantlc states 4.424,754.::

f The) bill provides that the sectional church conducting the ceremonies.The 4 BURTONS' TO ;LIVE OAK. Total stud In sight'at close of April !H 4 are

Of division line shall begin at or pall-bearers are J. S. Crown R. 1::.COt,352. an Increase over last I
',about Ft. Kojmln, on the Suwannee J.. Barton, W. B Crown Thad Davis Left Thursday to Make the West : year of 2.334.C75. an' I increase over I

c 'river, and run due east to a point Clinton Crown. Sr., T. B. McDonald. Florida City Their Future Home., i ;year before ,last of 1.COb J,904,and an

about three miles west of Gainesville. The sympathy .of; the communityIs After a residence of many years in i increase over the same. time in 1004
akel.S
taking in Arrendondo and Archer. extendecTthe bereaved husband and this city, during which time they of 3,110.C27. Crop=I '

From its boundary three miles, west relatives in this sad hour of bereavement have endeared themselves to many
,ot'3alnes\ille It ,is directed due south friends, J. 'J. Burton and family left Stop Grumbltn'g.If .

to jibe Withlacoochee river embracing __ _.___-----'-____ Thursday for L4vo' Oak, which city you suffer from Rheumatism or

Dunnellon and the majority of the Relief from Rheumatle Pains. tVy wlll make their future home. pains, for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill

'phosphate mines and property around i *'I suffered with rheumatism for ; Mr. Burton intended originally toga bring quick relief. It is a sure See Them at

Romeo" and Juliet. which, means ap- over two :years", says Mr. Rolland to Waycross, which ,be declaredto cure ,for Sprains, Rheumatism Contracted I -r
be ot the beat cities in South Muscles and all pains-.and''
proximately several hundred square Curry, a patrolman, of Key West one I
'miles ' Flo. "Sometimes !it settled in my west Georgia" ; but dater decided not within the reach of all. Price 25c.J j j60c
"Florida selected Live $1.00. O. R. Smith. Tenaba, Tex..I Baird Hardware Co.'s
"Representative: Carter was indisposed knees and lamed me so I could hardly to J lettrw and : ,
confined to his Oak. writes: "I have used aUnrd'. Snow j ..
and room on account walk at other tlmea it would be in
of an extra strong effort and along my feet and hands so I was incapa- Friends of 'this estimable family I Liniment In mr family for years and I i i Gy Gainesville)

speech he had delivered the day dated for duty. One night 'when I regret very much to aee them leave: have found It a one remedy for all'pains I
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before} ltE"" from Marlon was in severe pain and lame from it but wish them much success and good ; and aches. I recommend it for i --'---..7I --' -- -

county had 'f{ecn assigned on Voratnlt- my wife went to the drug store here health in their new home J I pains In. the chest. 'Sold by W. M.Johnson. ,. II I .1. AV.".-iT'rON

r two: duty, tend were absent from the and came back with a,bottle of Cham- __ 'I

,,hanili': Repreamtatlve! pokey who tartan's. Pain Bdlm I was rubbed THE CIRCUIT COURT.. I f Prof Alex Graham Bell says that ...Civil Engineer and Surveyor .

',had been the only representative of with'lt ,and found the pain bad nearly I we shall noon havo airships that will I!1 I DEALER IX REAL ESTATE

the fount Ie.* interested during the gone during the night. X kept on Entire Day Thursday Consumed In : cross the Atlantic In less than twenty I i
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morning; seaulou. had boon calked out using it for a little more than two Important Murder Case. hours. Dlnn,>r may be had In America Office Prompt, ti.rttdoor attention North to'.of all Thresh htik :''roffice. '>.

Tor a few moments for the purpose of weeks and found that it drove the The entire day ot the circuit court ,i i and breakfast in Europe. P. O. Box 103. 0.10..111. lls.

consulting' some colleagues in regard rheumatism away. I have not bad was occupied Thursday in the case .
ill,the rearrangement of a bill, which any trouble from that disease for over of the State vs. Bam Hall, murder at - -- ---------- -- -- --------

left Representative Willis In a clear three months." **or sale by' all drug the conclusion of the day the Jury

field.. *ud h. ploughed his furrow gists. bringing' a verdict ot murder In the ,

well, far which we musb .give him.Credit ---------- second degree I

I In the case of the State vs. Ollle t WOMEN WHO SUFFER
Kidney
"Representative Willis secured por- Thousands Hare : Royal: murder casq was called for

mission tor waiver of rules and Introitueod Trouble and Never Suspect it. I trial bat continued upon'appJl Uon 1 1I i I FROM
his .bill und under further of defendant on account of the absence
flow To :wInd Out. I
waiver of the rules, his argument of a mate: IAIvlness.. Sick HeadacheSHOULD
with(
1:111. lx ule common Rlalu irons I
watch seemed plausible to the !louse. '
water" and let<< It .twentj-four hours; "
no' objection being entered, 'was a nxH mentor.ct- Another Waldo'Death..

placed on second reading and passed.It tllngimlictticeaqunhealthy Miss Alma Sanderson the trained I! USEI )
con.:
was at this time that representative dilion the klUeyfti nurse, has returned from Waldo i
of the counties interested ragetved if it Main* where she reports on Wednesday;

notice'. anti Immediately, aV S your 1 inert it is morning at 11 o'clock the death ot

peered; upon the seono of action, preventing evidence trouble of;kidney too Mrs. J. J Hick, who has. suffered for

the turttur waiving of the fr..quttnt t\h the pMt three weeks with typhoid

rules and the p.nge of tha bIIL the to. IMUMI it or uuintft fever, notwithstanding the careful attention -
', will being ndvant to its third reading the buck U ot loving relative and friends o

,;" ,, ; for fiction Frl1a\ morning HavIng A-nnvhh'\"Jr proof that 'thnud kLln .)'. and the beat. medical attention that
bladder ire out of order.
left Tallahattxeo before the con.yenlng What To D4h could be Bocured. I
tot the' rouse Friday morning. Tlitte la comfort i\\ the knowledge' .o The funeral occurred near Hampton

'. l 1. have heard nothing further from the often expressed that IV Kilnret'aSwampRoot Thursday afternoon and jraf largelyattended ,I For
the kidney remedy Permanent Relief
(treat
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caoawure. but am thoroughly satisfied fulfills every wish m curl(theunutlim deceased' being well known
that our Representatives will be en.t pain in the back kidneys, liver bladder and loved In the section in which she RKKBINX acts directly en the Lrrer- It will cure COKSTIFAI.
doled to indefinitely postpone-- the AIH! every putt of the urinary *saga> was Vnown. j TION I. DYSPEPSIA. MALARIA AND CHILLS. Is entirely! free
It corrects inability to hold water from all poisonous!+ mineral substances, and is composed solely of
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: and ftcaldnig pain in pacing it. or bad Deceased la survived by )fl'. Illcka UFK.CIV1.NG tURBS. Especially adapted for weak and weary
Speaking of our representation Dr.Canby eT *s {following! of liquor wine or and one sou about six' years of age constitutions; strengthens the weakened glands and organs; it checks
$ ) J state* that they are faithful ti:er, and overcoats that unpleasant necessity to whom the sympathy of the
r *nd efficient. and that the chances are n( being cumpellcd' to go often Is extended. ,* I CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
during the day. and to : Up many I,
liberal
will
that they secure, a appropriation The
I times during the niCbt. tmld and I Mrs.'Joel*Cameron Centralla Avenue,Temple,
.for the University 'Indlasetloet.'with Texas flnei
I the eatreontinaryttcot Swamp-Root writes: "I $ quick
it pun 1'aIU\ l. stands the UiKUeM \ Its companions, heart burn relief sad take pleasure in recommends it to all
Kick. from Oc la. fur its wondeaCul rurr of the >nc..i ditrreemw flatulence torpidity of the liver constipation > women who eofier from sick headache."
If vt'u nee t a medkiii*
There Is a great deal of interest felt yew 'boultt:
br the'citltena of Ocala and points In the bill Introduced by Willis \ on my havoc -mp b bnttk and symptoms, sallow skin, foul

AS. It was learned through an indirect \\0 tHAt tells al: "' tongue, offensive breath and a legion \ Ballard Snow Liniment Co.St.
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\....<' t it.both sent free 'I
source but one which Is reliable, that ,, ;: of other aUmenta." la at once the most
\ mail A.tdftoMtn.
of telegrams were sent ".. widespread end destructive t Leak. U. S. A.
great number K I.''Ktr & Co, niajr- malady I
ji ,.-_rday from Ocala to the Senator littiitim >J. Y When tt.e..te.wa.w among the American people The Her
'and' Representative* from Marlonoosutty. wHtinx mention thU paper and 'donttuuke bin treatment! will cure an three '

Tb.. oommoalaatlans were nine.any l>r, mistakes Kilnivrs bet Swstnp-Rt rente-njber, ,sand the.' trouble' Mo bottle Bold ty W. U, H AND I ECX>I

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| LEGAL ADVERtlSEMENTS. PETITION PaR F.I.x'ri .. NOTtCC; Pnft Pt'Br,'rNoioe "TIO

pAYOFTHE'DIOCESAN : To the H..nurah'tkti.rI nr Pul.u! I,...1 r.jettonot Laud 1'\-\ ., .,' , ,.,viUi. Pie.I .
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LAST Ala>'bun i'i>"lIt'Ia .\ I" \I I 1. ISSr

Mica PETITION FOR ELECTION. we. the mWlerxUrn** TOIIT-- rt t"xi .\' Is hereby u,, rn Ii n> .5 onmpllenep
"e'ud'QII In the KochtMIc >,ilal l l'i..irn i .n.) ID with the provlatons of .Inv "oorear of "
MEETING To the Hoard of Public instruction: i el t rliory dmlrlna to br..u.un i p irt thereofpeiiuon June S. IMSMitltletl An n.: t.t::, thr asps ,,f

Axle We. the undersigned taxpayers and ,jrour hwureble -xDr I"t r,11 .n .lvetton laasfrite lie *-t.>tr>. of I .,ifornlu. Ore'
rotors re lding In the Willeford Special In ,,<' .
to vour..iTr... for i tie t'tirvuma of eIl1.adec1 toM tbayi blk. InI -t,,trhj not
Grease School District No. 88. petition ctuirwlnti: the boundary of said u-rrlloo', and nr A ur_at .. two, J W1.., J [lIOn" of New
Were Full of In- your honorable body to call an election for the eleetton of tbrco vru.ie e.. stet lfcPUFLKM berry, county <*f Ai $5w. State of Florida.
Proceedings Helps the Wagon up In accordance with the law, and or sealing tl>. minsre. ban this l dar Wed tn this one his swore statement .,
TUltt ght. \Ve peUuowl your Iwvnoriibie bo<1' to nlto6} M.> um terqsabe.e ..f the Sw 1-4
t/rest from Morning at a time suitable to yourselves, for ta Mid. oKtrict the tollowlcur des ertbed trrVtori of tier No lOloTl*. Ko.ef8,. I*. No )1C I.. Mod
the Hill the purpose of changing tho boundary local. : All of Sections II. .IN Ie. IV-. S(\ tl, will uR..r proof to abowthat the land '.)05h1 .
-- of said district for the election of n. nt> w JT. SH. :at...M. I... M. SB SI a..d M. And mores),mr>|e for rasiTiBhe; r aton<- tbso : ,
tighter-Wagon Ills We t. hull of Scatiimo tai SI, t> nod Stt. .JD. aKrk [ WITH HOLY COMMUNION The load seems throe trustees and for the purpose of In Tow_hip IU It..... II B.; alw Lot&....<.. elalnt t.. ....Ie! land Delos Ie..*Utei.. an.i Re*
BEGAN and team west looger Yon make naming the millage to He assessed; MOMIKB t.eI' S SMi U>o $vtlonn t.i S. 4, IL e.l\er ..v 1ln..IIa.. >1.t..,iUn\ ThurMiu"" the
and have more time said district'Ito embrace the following 15a.IIdad51.To.rp.bIpiI.; .K' r- tl frta Sib dt or June IwuTlie .
Sessions In the more money : also aU 0' Sectlon.S, SJ.K 16 K. Itt sad >M. nauici. as wltneaeentIt Luctrrord. ,::
mere Wers Business tf make! money,when wheel are described territory town: Township: II. R.lUle tt M.R. Lewis* Iji,iiford. <}a4 KtnperV;VVQtl iu Nlp|>er. .""

and Afternoon, With Special greased withMica All of Sections 25. 26. 27. S&' 29.SO. O Zetrouvr i *v. vWuer, .r, A. Tucker. allot Now berry. Flit. .
Worn.no. 31. 3.2 33 34V3&, and 36. Township ?. O O, ThUplu K: I*. 'IMrtier, T. K iH-rry. <> A.: Any and ail I persons elnlnotiur l flver*>ly the
With Sermon by Rev. Tbl i4o. lien Ttllm n. A J. .. O W. II abovp-deftcrltteU lamts are requested to ere
Range 1& also all of BectTpns 1 2.a
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Service : their claim In this offlo sell
Aide GreaseThe TtUnutn, A A. K tr J. Itobrtt Xvtrooer on or betrays OU
In the Evening. 4. 5, e, T. 8, 9. 10 11. 12. 13. 14.IS. Jr.. U. IX Mutt. U Uu'Vti J. H Owens '1'. <.. day yt June. IMI*. .-

B, W. Patton 16. 17. 20,. 21. 22, 23. 24. 25 SO. I'nrrr: U. H Keller, J. M Ooulici W A lotler. Pd_ ___ HSN.It\ S. CHtjna;, R.sl.lerNOTICE'

second and concluding day ot: longest wearing and most 27! %8. S.i. ,34.;,35 and 36, 'Township 8, O Itrten. Kvtroucr. IX M. Zelrouet.; : S,' OZet APPLICATION
rover.NOTB
The annual session of *awhich satisfactory lubricant in the world. Range 15; also all of Sections 1. 2, 8. FOR TAX
S1xU'.fourth --Tbe 1&00"IIJ"h. wUl lx presented! & ( BEI'TluS 8 OF OtlAPTER4W8.
the, ; meeting of Florida STANDARD OU.CO. 4. 9, 10. 11 and.12. Township 9, Range to ike Bivitrd ol Pu-Uw Instruction ot .U..a" LAWS OF FLORIDA '

Ep1BcoPal Diocesan 1-- 1C; also! of Sections 19 20 .and 21, t'ouatr. nod.... .i the mo.|.lorf: to be bell on
b" been convening with holy Township 8 Range 16.Very .Inset, 19t. Notice In hereby iriven that Metro Man.-
: 1 f a<>turtnir Company, purnaner of Tax Certia-
Church was one - respectfully.B. oats No Isb.' dated the and day of War. '
I Trinity the programs for U Flowers J. F. Ward, J.' R. BILL FOR DtVORCR. A. IX It**], have ted said certificate la ray
eelS to ev ry wa'r' SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE. Thomas. D. II Salter. omoe, and have made application lot tax Seat +
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most Impressive one. la the Ctroutt Court Etirbth JixtloU) ClrculV.! tolnsue In aooordanoeoate with law Maktoerttti
the (Jar beta a Note-'The above petition will be Alit.,bu. County, KlorMmIn\ Ch.noerv.l embraces Lb. following described >fOP"F -
t I
S At T o'clock there was a celebra List of Games Played Thursday Together presented to the-Board of Public In- >au. William vs. NttvUMVtiU.mvoro -.-. situated In Alaobua oeuntA FiorUav to-

Ktion holy communion which With the Result. struction of"Alachua county. Florida, Order of Iublo.Ulon.) WSw: .
ot the Elea .
1-4 of Nw t 4 t& Tp. S 8. R. II 40 i
at the meeting to bo held onr June It appearing! by ra4.vlt appended to the bin
sore
Evas largely attended. Dally Sun. filed la the above stated O UMI that Newton
From Friday's '
15, 1907. t The said land belo f ansoiMed at the date the Williams the defendant therein" named, ta e
I At 8'30 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.. Through the courtesy of the Elks' resident ol the State of Florida, that ..Udofeodant the txauanoe of. auob csrtluoat In the, naps
'r.
council met id business session when .Club who have arranged to receive NOTICE OF ELECTION.An days: next iweendtnir baa been absent this Order for more of Iublloatloo anKlxtr, of It. 'nuts.UnleM aald "..rtlftC!.... shall be re redeemed; -

manY matters ot Importance were through.the Western Union tbe reportof election will be held at the Bell I and W oonoeallnff himself ao thaleeryioeofsubpoena > the ciordlnir fOtb to day law ot Way tan deed A IX will IWT.. Issue thereon wo
be made
Itrwisacted. the result ot the ball games of the school house In the Bell School District -[!s over otnnot the age of twenty-one upon him.yearat asS Witness my omolal signature ..DeS.&I this ',

I in the afternoon at.o'clock the*vls- each of Alachuacounty.. Florida. on It Is thereto ordered that aakl restdent the Ktbday of April. A. IX Iwo>.
Soutn Atlantic League night, ,
June 15 .19 for the defendant be ami be la hereby rt\al'! ; :
Saturday 07. -
of the Woman's Aur purpose Pd Clerk Circuit C. Uo. Fin.
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members .
lUng The Sun tyas the pleasure to present re of determining whether or not --- -
around the city plaint Bled In aald cau" nr
wry were driven this morning several hours In ad- said district shall be reestablished as londar. the 3rd day of Jun.. 1.iul IASIIarootherwise NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX

visiting the various points of Interest. vance of any other paper the score a special tax school !district for the the aleirmtlon) said will betakes Brian UNDER SECTION: OP CHAPTTR48W.
an oonf e Mt I expressed great pleas- changing of the boundary lines of I. LAWS Or FLORIDA, ti''
at which. they which were as follows: I* farther ordered that this order be pub
same for the election of three trustees Itched once a week for four eonaeoutlve week Notlo. la hereby siren that E. R.! Oannoo.
Grit / thereITU Jacksonville 3, Columbia 0. therefor and for tbe purpose of In The UafnenvlUe Sun a newspaper pubbelted purolxaer of Tax CertUoate No. M, dated the
8 o'clock In the evenlsgr Charleston 1. IMacon 0. determining the rate of millage to be In _Id oour.tr "Dd State 6th day of May. A. IX laws. has sled said
the sermon be TbU .ali.I tI'O certificate In tuy Om.... and baa made ni>pUoatlon -
a special service, Augusta 3. Savannah 0. assessed and collected therein' for the H. *. Clerk Circuit. Court. for tax deed to luue'ln aooordaaoe with .

I In delivered by Rev. R.. W. Patton. next succeeding two years thereafter. A true oqny of original. taw 8aid oertlfloate' tnl>raoea the fol
This report keeps the Florida team (Sea)) H. U WIKNUKS, OIerS Circuit Court lowlna drmottbed
Polls will be at 8 o'clock and tnoperty situated Alsohaaeouatir
and Impressive open MASON vrCornplalnant,
of pleasing JI.U. Solicitor f
It minister FUrlda.
bell \
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still in the lead making a considerably "
I The service was ,well attended close at sunset. The following named r.w I 4 sod ctw 1-4 of:8e 1-1a.o. 10. "p I OS.>> .
Address. better average than the competing persons have been appointed Inspectors R '.-'IOU .0,...

and those present thoroughly en- teams.> of said election: J. E. Williams NOTICE FOR I'UHUCATION. The said hind being assessed. at tbe date of r,

(joyed the sermon and services. W. A. Bryant J. A. Ward one of Land Once at OalnenTlUe.. FIsw.April of the John Iwiuano W Hurroua'ha of such e.rutioate lu lbs sass
l likir.
I As a whole this meeting which was whom shall act as clerk. Nodes ls berebv glen bat In x. WHAT IS CATARRH? By order of Board of Public Instruction with the pruTUInnx of the set of Oomrrras ol to la tax deed will l Ion ot the most largely attended and on the suth day of May, A D I us T.
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this the 7th day of May, A. June *. IHTU. entitled" "AD sot for the ale oftimber
Catarrh is inflammation of the
an Wltneas my offloltl! alirnatur and seal this
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1 lends Ore
I most successful In the State for several i mucous membrane of the nose throat D. 1907 R. U. WEEKS.Chairman von. Nevada, and the::'* 1:1fC*errltorr,** sa the 'ISVbday of April, A, I>. \ !ir''wtRNOK

| Tears, will be long remembered Board Pub; Instruction. tendril to all the vblto4sn Htate bjr wt *- *,
and lungs with many annoying symp of *..IHII William Hayes. of Trier Pd Clerk Circuit Court Alaobua Co Fla.NOTICn .
August
I andhe visitors were very much impressed Attest: J. i. KELLEY Sec and Supt. I : thia __ ::. __
county of A'acbua: State of Florida. bat
this climate there few
I with Gainesville and the hos- toms. In are day tiled In thU omoe bin sworn statement No. or APPLICATION FOR TAX

who do not suffer from this disagree<< NOTICE OF ELECTION. wvt. for the purchase<< of the N 14 of Ne I-. of niSEO! UNDER RROTION: B Of CUAI'TRH4tHW. :
jplulltr extended them here. : Section No 4 In Township No 9 H. Kanire
able disease often In a chronic ab, An election Till be held at the Road- 16 K., and wlU offer proof to Show that t"bu. I LAWS OP FLORIDA.

Held school house in school District land sought la more valuable for IM timber or Kotloe U
dangerous state. I hereby molten that Jib. t>, Teei r.tnirehaver .
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tbaa for iMtrloultural and]
FOR STOMACH SUFFERERS. No. C4 of Alachua county, Florida, on atone purposes to CvrtUeate No I IIS,
scientific and I establish his claim to vald land before Heihster
The one commonsense Saturday June 15 1D07. for the Ualnesrlli) ., dated the Srd day of July. A. IX leer, has
Mi-ana Is the one remedy for purpose and Kerelver at "'la. on Iburs
tiled cell eertlUoate In ,
treatment Is Ilyomel, a combination of of determining whether or not dar the etb day of June, IW>r, my o/n I pUeatlun for tax deed to taws Innooordatioe
Its
stomach troubles that publishes need O
and germ-killing balsams said district shaa be created special He names as wltnatmsy Itaylty. wlta t.-.. Maid eertmoate ensbrsoee
[ dealing a R. Uiudey. t. J, Oulnn;T. K. MeUolllster al| of
formula: chemically pure bismuth which is breathed through a special tax school district for the election Tyler, J".. u.1.4ln the Alaohua'otlo.11ItI county decurllxH, .property towlti sit ,

(subnllate. to allay any Inflammation Inhaler with outfit. of three trustees therefor and for tho Any and all persona cla'mln adverKaly the N l-Sof Nw |I-i of Nl-4 W' ot R tt.. yea
that comes lands tUGth.1I'
every above teaorlbed are requested to
stomach and 'bowels cerium purpose of determining the rate of tt Tiv 1011. II. tt.
[of the this
claims said
; omoe on or belort MbNOTTCH
A complete Hyomet outfit costs but millage to be assessed and collected day of Juua. U''''. '. . The said land being asa ssil nl the date of 4

oxalate. to strengthen the stomach li.OO, and J. W. McColIum gives 'his therein for the next succeeding two "I JlJCHRY 5. CHURn. Resister. of the..tssuaneeof"..... Cli'onUtefUnivas such. oerttDoat In tbl naue '

[nerres; sodium bicarbonate, to neutraUio personal guarantee with every package years thereafter. Polls will open at fraMeerUM at* shell he redeemed ao*

the poisonous acids that. are S o'clock and close at sunset The Or APPLICATION FOR TAX oordlnit to law tax deed will Issue tttereoa on l
Km day of June.
that will be refunded unless the A IX luur 't
present In stomach troubles; and nux honey following named persons have been DEED UNDER SECTION: 5 or CHAPTER Witness At"fIoi.1 fenntur-j ant MJ. this
the treatment cures. appointed tns]>ectorS of said election : f"LA.- .WIJ Or FLORIDA. the Ut day of May A. U !WIt'.
vomits, which restores vigor to the n, II WIBNUCfil,
[ T. F. Owens, J. U Jameaon ...G. W. Notice la herebr lven that J. H. Pry put Pd C ruult" Court Ataehua Uo. tla.(
digestive: organs and tones. up the A Small ecldent. Roberts one of whom shall act as e- the Ta Certificates No. tvA. OT hadtiled e.k .. : _
vtol, nervous system. clerk.'I, .).ted Srd day of Jul). A. IX ttfcH. '
An accident which, though of no geld o< rtlUeates In any offlee. sod has NOTICM or APPLICATION b 0"rx
order ot Board of Public Instruction
This combination of valuable remedies By. made sin-JtosUon for tea deed tu (la ue DEED UNDER HBCTION S or I'UXITKR4MS
significant Importance delayed sew this 7th day of May. A. ,D. In a> > ntdan e with law. Said eerttneates em.brace . LAW or FLORIUA
Is found in Mio 8t mach
only -na
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following dewirtned altu
1907. R. n. WEEKS, tbe property
Linea
tablets, and It so rarely falls to eral trains ou the Atlantic Coast Chairman Board Pub. Instruction. seed In Ala bua nounty. Klorlria' towlt: House Is beret" .! W tXaadi! : !Vtpiirobaaer .
few hours, occurred at the junction N.1.4 of Hw 1-4 ot Siw M M... Ik. Tp It p.. of tax Certiorate No /It. at. '
strengthen the digestive system, and ,Attest: JJ. J.. KELLEY. Sec. and Supt. R ISlOsortm.. 'edLIcI' dsy of June, A U. l '. pas F
of the Seaboard Air Line and A. C. L. ------.------- Nw l-. of ha 14 of 8w I.4 Her IS Tp. II ft.. ; certitleat I In My office and ha*
care even the worst form ot stomach s tnade application for tax deed tit I ...* I.*
trouble that J. W. McColIum sells th Thursday morning when a "pusber"derailed NOTICE OF ELECTION.An RHI-4oflreto1.4offlw1.18.0.IATp, II S.K .. eoordan with law ...14 oertmost Ma>
several cars directly on the I.-l lOavrralite braces the following doseHtMFd l'rot erty allwat
remedy under guarantee to refund the election will be held at the Tacoma said land betray assessed a' the date of :i la.t O'.I ewuntr FloWe. towlt
crossing. school house. in the Tacoma the tftsuanee of cash eertidssles In the names w | wf 4 t ei|. :90, Trl ft>.. H. 1440acres. '
| money unless It cures. I of t-ora U....,. M. H. Llp ef and U. J. UiMtey. .
and
There wall no loss of life, the School District on Saturday June 16, I Unless' said oertlaeau shall be redeemed aueordlntr > The said land b lt.. assessed at the date Of !

property damage was comparatively 1907. for the purpose of determining to law tee deed will '-Q. thervua wdtbe th. Iseuanes of aueh. avrilOoate In she ,nan o
UNION NEGRO PICNIC. whether or not said district shall be I sill.day of ;. A. IX \WlWlteeM : of Ann ca.,,,.
little; but the fact that the derailment I my oftUjlal a/jmature and Mat this, UnJeite aald tI.rlUleat. shed be redeem i
enlarged a. a special tax school district the irtedny of April. A, U ISO.N noeonllnf &0''law, t. ded wui Isle iare.*
I Negro,! Sunday Schools Gave Excursion occurred on the crossing prevented for the election 'of three trustees I H. WIENGf C on the Srd day of ....... A. D. IU07.( ?

any jot the A. C. L, southbound trains therefor, and for tbe purpose of : pd Clerk Ctroult Court AlaohuaUo,. vie t.I Wltneaamy ::eel lirasture. Sad seal this
and Picnic' Lake. tb* lat .
at Burnett's tt.r..f y .A IX luuT
be
the rate of to
from moving hence thereitas a block determining millage a. ti wirNuc
TIle Mt Pleasant Methodist, Friend time. assessed and collected therein for the I NOTICE Or APPLICATION rpR TAX V4 Clerk Cirokl/WwraAlssuacahis.

j bp! Baptist and A., M, E. churches for some next succeeding two years thereafter.. I PLED!: UNDER 8KCTION or CUAfTKNt ---

; The debris was cleared away In the Polls will open at 8 o'clock and closeat LAWS Or FLORIDA.county. NOTICK or APPLICATION FOR TAX

ga"e a picnic at Burnett's Lake Fri afternoon where all ,trains resumed aunaet. The following named I OCKU UNDKR SECTION S or CHAPTER t
NO\Io.is ber bv Jlvq.Ibatiso W.t lsslne.
da' which was well attended.A ...... LAWS OF YWIUDA.Notle.haherehyyeathe$51iertt1.
their runs. persons have been appointed inspect purehssa'v 0' Tax o.rtlDo. "0. 545. dated
pccal: train was provided leav- ors of said election: J. W. Chamber- I the sty day of April. A. U. 1aaa. bas tiled )iitl I.t.
Wot. of ..101 ..rlUl .... I. rot umoe. sod .... ssade sirpNeatlob ptirba..r .f Tat "..r"l1e.,0., ...*. dared
lln W J. Ward Burcb one
,
tat here about train deed ...... /s _.
8 o'clock. Th r If You Don't for 155 to o rda the lid day of Arrli. D. I NI. see 11,
comprised ten \ well whom shall act as clerk. with.1-h.: e.rItl eal..mbte0 1: tha fob. sled said .ertilt o coaches and
was the first Ume use Herblna By order of Board of Public Instruction , t'r.w rty situated Al.ohu. has ma4 apprteatlon r.r tax deed to !...*>.
I loaded, Succeed .1 rtda/ towlt:
this the 7th day of May A. In aenordano wltH law Matd eertuiaat* *m<
and will get instant ,oUet. Thegreatest : M w I.. of Hw 1-4 and VT 1-101 K 1-'pf ass IHHen. braee the (Mowing fiesorlnetl property aintd .
There dts- you D. 1907. R. II. WEEKS .. *.. H. .-,SO ....... .
was only one case of To. 10 1* A>a..bua county, ......... towlti
I order the comln"'g' liver regulator. A positivecure Chairman Board Pub. Instruction. The said tend bolnr an eord *t .... date of W I.S of se Met Nw I"4 Me*. ... Tp. 19 M.*.
report that a man Malaria the Iseuanos .rf such straW ae la tae pane of R. 19-" _,...
for Constipation Dyspepsia Attest: J. L. KEL1. :Y, Sec. and Supt.
b3' tu\ name of DeBose was severely U"II....... "'''* said laud belrul/ -.-...ed at la. dssf of
cut.Chamberlaln. ,, Chills and all liver complaints. Unless_M e.rtl.<.at.shall b*redeemed anrriin .- th* laMiane of suns.ertlOoat la tit* aam of I
PIJIfLICATION. to law, tax deed" will lows tberroe we Uakaoxn, *
Mr. C'-. of Emory, Texas writes: NOTICE rOB I tie sod 1r ot Jan*. A J>. l7Wurf.M Unless salt .*rtlsal. shall. b* redeem** ..*.
Cholera wife has been using Herblne for LatMt one' at **tlUs. J"1a."' o>* oflMlaJ M.ns .*r* al>4 aral thisIstdar sMMttlna w law.lei. 4ee 1 will lami* throj, *a
| '. and -My Add ,. l May A Dlit'.
Colic. I&. ,aft.H""w. 0 the suth day of May. A IX liwTATltnewa ,

Diarrhoea herself and children for five years.tt .Ut >r-t>y iii"." that Wl.r I*. Nan' i / wiM.dOC'Jea my onurini sl T.a'ur* and Mal thin
Remedy.There for constipation and Wuiefor.1.. Via Sea ftl*<1 dOtte of el.* Is.l Clerk Ctrult Court AUcbva tJo..v eNOTICE. tb. ,leis day of A et 11. A. U ivt .
Is cure .
is probably medicine that a sure tn make float ,".-.... front in **v 1--- -- IL. "41EfUCtI ,
no substantiatedby wxetfun >4 (.;lel" Clr*Jit Co vet AUoha jria.KOTIC'K
is malaria fever which Is nor: ff-t Kotvy to. p.
lsiyeo 4of Oi APPLICATION roo" TAX
relied 1lsnaesaqeI s
j upon with inore Implicit conMe ,.. loci for the to.
[ :.-e than Chamberlain's what It has done for my family"Sold N. t 4aa<.TMw | 4of >>>.H h..Uob II.To'p, DEED fJNOKit 'UCc'TrOH s or oHAKTra or APPLICATION> rOte TAX.
Colic by W. M. Johnson. f /'t.' Ken*. .a E. a.sxl that MM proof will 4*... LAW or FLOHIDA.Kail unat tiKwnt jnccriot s or CUAPTCMMI.
Chcl ra and Diarrhoea Remedy. Dur- .--- ---------- -.-- b* made bfot K.rUt_ a-M Receiver a* i
OslttesrUI. Vie on Jur.- a.1aW. I ". is bvreby gins that A. 3. DaOoatn. e .1..0, FLOIUPANotie .
be the third of a century In which I Honor to Gainesville Men. u. sa.tes the "noosing wits***** to wore I Tra/M wrohaa.r ol Tsa Oerctaeate Hn. S7aat to hereby ylycs that /. i.r "a,.......
ii has been Coif! Cuahnutnand fct. ce*>tlnuo< 9re-.!* dth C4bdJ.yof Jalr.' A.U l> Ms>asAle4aaM >-r.n.. f.r Ta. OttiMt No. es d.
In use. people have learned !; I. K. Webster. A. 11. of tb.land,via! I >I&-M sad ">* wet. at>|nleiflion *.* d.y' of .: .*. A. lA -J. lee: tMt
Cat It u the one remedy that Robt McClellan have returned i tn T>wto4rr or F' WMt Via.: I t. Kin- Cur sat deed ta .. le a>e ot aan.Mi wits rid. r"-I. !. My ora*.. *.. has mete aepyWstl.re
.MO. H M. UoaM J:. tn OM_*. all offont. WIMe. law. KM rrtl 1
&nu falls. When reduced 'WIthhf' from Jacksonville, whore they hare ft.. a\f\i attnii.4 (a -AI>eim. eouarty. seas wl bMw. )** 'aA.J;;:t > a+,

I and sweetened It' Is to attendance the annual lid KKNHY: CI1tTnU.Rrfbrtr.wncie . r...101., Weft.ftwt4e0.LTpea. f otlowiM de.pb..j M'tnwrty alt.*t.4 I* Ai-
: pleasant been In upon Hl., *s> a envatr. Kl rW e, twwlMlr
For sale by all druggists. meeting of the Grand'Commandery. Tbe _ad bad *>I"" _...lt at lira date of TN h a,5.fa **"<>*''Ulk.*. Tp. '*
ron rt1DLlCATImI. the<_a.f aeeli ..raaao... la tfc. ..o e ..- K ss--w_,"'- s
Templar of Florida.Messrs. of y. II;. W ptiatiiftU Tb aM taBNl heist assessed
tbs
BASEBALL NEWLJatalonvlt Knights bicCleeIan t4 m4e at Oaln vtB>... Pie.. .t_s.trt eert>"'*.... ..... be re...... ....t ayordlMT t YIti flI"***....,....*..at In tb*daU aas-.<*rf f i"
1-aanman ilnd Aurll la IWI.Noli. t. law ia4f ittred call Issue ....- seab.

honored election' to. office. .-*I*terefeT Jri...t*.t ftsmeci K Ml-.** nr alb say of js' e Asa.. 01.af.r:. ,:sell *ttwat. shall t..rdB *4**.
; were ply ._of Warm**. ",... Ass ..... t. Savannah and Charleston Mr. Cuahmanwaa' chosen as deputy I.uI_ Msale abet a._... De.S'.. w lhad .... tit Ms. A. U. H wftaft7ltDi.M I of J a*. A. U laot.tn .
Lead In Bally League.. ayes of Ms olalM. 91>1: llot*_' Fr grand commander and Mr. McCloUanoa Mo. aMM roiwte Aetr S... 51... low ta s Jf5I4 i Clerk I lkcult CoIns A1a.ws Co. rb, Mh day.f Met. A. J). ,.".
::1 Saturdays Daly Bus standard bearer! In the Grand .-..Uo*] tt Tr ws>..10 N. Kaawe 14 Kaa4 wu xnrMI.e
grand - --- ----- -- ---
:0 that oakrl tow wW tM*Bud* t*.fur* tu>*tnrr I ct.,..Otr..., o.d .Ab.A.t.Ust.tint. .
k rt-port of the result In the baseCatae. Commandery. Mr. )feetllan.8 also arcs t.eaher at OatecvrUio. PI*.. .* .!... I\PrLlc.rA'fOJf I'QII f1t110HA1tUK ,. .--- .. .

b.t- :yesterday In the South At. honored/ by the election to the officeof I1WT.H.* sasBO*ta. eOowtnr diseases .. .*.*. Mede. ..hereby vices ties I. TIWMI V For

**-cn. wa* a.follows: Grand Master of the Third Vail ... easslse.es .......-e0. as4. ..,,,,.-. 1.1 I tv. a*MMt.w. vf Sb* la*. wta a.* Vs4s-tf
**Ckootm 04 toe las*. slat Uotoeit II Water. d+aeaisert. wia .p 'lp try
*. Charleston 2. ,In the Grand Chapter. R. A. M M If. fet-MSO*** W rH. LMds.. K. e. JI.. tb.. Ifn4ar. .*. K U M._. County. Outturn 1stans .
"*f--anah *, Columbia 1. W Z. ur.r.**.. a'l IYf We.sa. .i.. I' ) few AlaeSme __.''. rWwVIa efttiasr la
1 54 uz.saV ,e CHUM'.. Krt **r.Mo /7.1555.. ala -tn. ole .... aoeef. few ayBnel t
JlMc1a Augusta 1. Do You Lev __ __ j jICOTrcr. otegtiaore fmes asr ealiJ ..._&orafIII., sad
15e5 I. a* .,... ese>eet.... .*..JJ tfcea SJ. with /rar.y.. .a,4. r Iii OCtVON5ea..atee n
baby? Too wonder why be cries. 1 salt,.*ety sJreltSCeel reterne of my assesses 5eraa.l.Ot..eeoae. 5h.,
your
Sere Nipples. Buy a bottle of Wulta/s Cream Vermlfiut -! l** to..*t..*> ..4v....." .......... of A4Mi.Iles .5t15:4.........,.raa5 J.OS.ery. A. is. t.". vas 51e1.r. Me4u.MS pM.aa f'tt.aasgeav it e 50
4ev4
&nr mother Ii lid eases. p5. a. J1w.rla4sel.M. re. e +'(
rowrsJt.Ea4st.r .eesase
who baa bad experience Most : I I .w
and be wilt never cry. 5s. rives .ve4L.d t*> tb..a4erafe.M ford J/.4 S4.e..
.r sa
w tWa or ..*.. Co*.tT oJ..*.. .. Ato*>*.* .ewr at .a..a roe. .a..rs trs.ob ,
dlstjoaalttg Aflmeol win be babies) have worms and the motors --n H. ....,. Isos.4. assess rlees see ass..... ,eeoaAews.eaa .
Wla.d \T An claJana)_a4a Is.saM s-nat* taws esIM A4e.O.ro.
to fcaow .Utt a' taw. nay b e It. White's Cream Venal i ......4404.or a>ats w5 srttkc rage lls.fv/eN:: ------:: - - b.se .5s esverowys a
by applyt Crasala.rlalm'a dont know .4 >* taw or av ...m... .*n.... sat .A ....s' .+t. U. C. PaSe s OVtes,
Ii&tr. the cbJM of worms and cl.sss: tr. W xoncit WASNiSGTON.0. C.r .
u flags rids aM ass. OWM psse te.T1as
a liwe as .. itttlfAt III ..... AI'e1.( eL .-, j tlsla/ ** '?* *** ? ** wwt
wutt54_ wIt. _..lei a salt elsliaY'ay oat '*.. system Ina ..eavsaat. war. ass JI't DA W1t1WL A4sl.a4ssar.. I a. mm. M :::i. srsdst.r..5 = is .: r.' ,

.. ...... .. '..... Ba-err moths efcould .*... a bottle. -.... .., I' vase M .--a. left- f.r fax... m s-* *, a a -0; -- :;-- -- --' .
trbinst ta if- th.41s.. WH|| *%*>MMot of O* W. Mwt* rmv wtso.a*c.w
... eI *1.eise
tw' .. .
tttr.IM .
1 ifc>sao* teal .era a> t* Ctovxata M
"'- _Mat ',...tta. V., taIIM ,_ u 4R. Ices" .... ewlslr. ..... bar. tidal.lfigtse Advertise in The Swa.G will M ..... lor Aiaw.asses,.. A CK. .... cal
9.K..,Jsia..r. ,
Mat oriel lit" .. -.as, ..steer wO Irar aso
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