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Title: The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
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Publication Date: May 27, 1907
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,t XXVI. NO. 86 . GAINESVILLE, EL()ItIDA, MONDAY\ MAY\ 2J,. 1907 ONE DOLLAR J A YEAHI


; cases J; and.defining the duties) .ot certain Malphurs; (b) "Luther," Tom R. Mo-

'_ MANAGE BILLPASSED ..., officers in such cases. The bit PUBLIC SCHOOL PRO' Beatn. GREAT CONSPIRACYTO
was read In full the second time with Essays by Representatives of Junior -

BY SENATE ,favorable report from the> committeeon GRAM WAS VERY FINE Class-(a) "Iaa ellA .ot Spain DEFRAUD THE
*' U
.. temperance, with amendment Lena Hunter; (b) "Joan of Arc S

which were! adopted together with Besrfle Kelley. _
others offered by the author of the Vocal solo-Rosabel Pedrick.
The Good Roads Bill u Sidetrack i First Annual Commencement Was
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Maud Millions: Worth of Timber
bill and Senator Buckman. The bit Essay-"Ancient Landmarks andLfneral'Lands
ed in House. was then temporarily passed, One of Great Interest. Lewis.

pending preparation of other 'amendments Presentation of diplomas-Dr. J.'L. Involved.

THE GOVERNOR VETOES BILLS PRO'GRAM' WAS INTERESTINGThe Kelley.

Messages from the House of Representative Presentation of medals-Hon. W f"ROMININT: MEN IN SCANDAL

Jacksonville' Charter Bill Veto Sustained were read and House Numbers Were Well Executed W. Hampton.
Juries ,
} bills referred to proper committees, Song-"Good Night," Glee Club. Grand_ of: Half" a Dozen Sutei
ButI,.. Farris WJJI( Introduce Showing Careful Training, and the
and Senate' bills passed by the House '' Judges Awarded Prizes. May Boon Have.. Before Them D..
Another-Other Happenings ordered enrolled. Large Audkne.Was) : Delighted
The Judges In oratorical contest
tall of a Gigantic
4n Both Houses of Legislature., Report''lrpm special committee to With Orations, Essays and Music. were Revs. T. J. Nixon and Tbos. P. Conspiracy U

With visit insane 'asylum was received, ordrred One of the most delightful ejntertaln Hay and Prof. :J. C. Adklns. It was Work Upon.
aU the courage of leaders
Cblcago, May( 25.--A dispatch
spread upon the Journal, and menta ever held In this citywas the indeed a difficult] matter to determine to
who continue 'to battle in the face 600 copies ordered printed.. the Tribune from Washington,
I, commencement exercises of the the best, but after consultation the C.,
of practical assured defeat, the opposition The Senate then adjourned until ..
Gainesville Graded and High: School, gold medals were awarded to' the ayssAmatlng .
to the new drainage bill in the 9:30 a. m. Saturday which occurred at the auditorium on following: : revelations of a conaptr.

Senate Friday fought the last Inch of Friday evening and at which there Oratory Tom R. McBeath, ey to defraud ,the United States of

,,; 'Around, but all to no avail, for when ,HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. was a large and representative crowd, E.sa1'lIs. Wlnnefred Pedrick.' million of dollar worth ef miner!

the' roll was called on the final passage Called to order at 9 a. m., Mr. patrons and friends of the school. Scholarship-Freshman class, Mies and lumber land will be laid before.

of the bill the drainage fortes Knowles in the chair Roll calf. 67 The exercises were opened by an Annie Treadwell; Sophomore class tai grand Juries of half a dozen, states

won by a score of 20 to 12. The determined present. Prayer by chaplain. Correction Invocation by Rev. T. J. Nixon of Misses Ethel Duntnd' Nannie Smith.J. within a few days.

opposition was very touch of journal.On the Methodist church which was followed J. Finley Chapter U. D. C., Medal. The frauds It 1* alleged, will involve '

In the nature of a surprise, as shown motion of Mr. Parkinson of Vo- ) by a song of the classes, by the -Frank, Tread welt In a criminal "manner the names

by the 'very manner In which the bill lucia the rules were waived and the high achool."Hon. Miss Floy Cecil who bad compiled of men high In business! and political

',was called up. The Senate was conalderlng Senate messages were real Frank Clark had been Invited an excellent essay on Franc a\'Villard, circles They Include] one Unite

:l the Humphries 'bill' perfect. Senate bill No. 49$. by Mr. Rams of to deliver the address, but on account was too ill to.read the same, but the State senator, one former Unite

tog the existing statutes relative to the Twenty-eighth relief of J.'V. of urgent business In Lake Butler, principal, in excusing her, stated that States senator a man reputed to bone .

'. violations of the local option laws and Perkins, county solicitor of Volu-] where he was.summoned by telegram, It was one of the best essays on the of the wealthiest men In world;

'while awaiting the prepaidUon: of an eta county; passed! under suspensionof this part of the program was omitted. program. The essay was not used on a railroad 'man known from the Atlantic -

.amendment'Senator Cran4'called up rules, on motion ot Mr. Parkinson. Thin was one of the most successful account .of Miss Cecil's illness. *,to the Pacific, two of the

r His. bill stating that It could probably Governor's Veto Messages.On commencement I programs ever Miss Lewis Graduates.Miss wealthiest lumber barons In the United
be disposed of In a few minutes, Stalest and numerous other small
given here. It was a program full Maude Lewis of North Gainesville
Senator Humphries yielded, but the motion of Mr. Melton of Duval fry, including railroad officials, cod
.. of merit, and every Individual should enjoys the distinction ot befog
the veto messages of the Governor operators and men at the head of fuelcoro.pa.nle
minutes became longer and longer.An .
have credit but space prevents. Among the first the GainesvilleSenior .
were read. The first was the Farris School *.
adjournment was taken for din- those: outside of prize winners special High and Dr. J. L.
.. and the bill amending' the charter of the city Those men, whose names, for obvious
after that minutes
becameliours
tier mention, however, must be made of Kelley, county superintendent of public fee made
cannot
of Jacksonville. The reasons assigned reasons, publicbefore
: and darkness had begun )'torenvelope the work of Earle Mixon instruction took occasion to
Kelley! Sam ; pay
the the errand acts It 1s de.
for veto are that the citizensof >> jury .
.;: the earth when the vote was Jacksonville already have the right >bliss Lucia Patton, Earle Taylor and her a nice compliment, I which was clared, will surely.be Indicted. by tat

.taken. Senator! Same voted in .the to amend their own charter by popu- Jasper Malphurs, all of whom appeared well deserved. In- presenting the diploma evidence. w.hlch is"now' In the hands

"aiflrmatlve and Immediately after anseouncement Jar election; the unlimited powers of in excellent condition,and who Dr. Kelley in his usual clever of the United St.alea'd.lstrict. attorneys -
; of vote gave notice he resented various in manner said: '
their
subjects In half a|.:ten western states.
would the!! board to fix their own salariesas .
Saturday move reconsideration. most . "For you have been faithful
a la
officers in charge of various city a impressivemanner. years These frau.tsT fit declared si

t Jlallroad Mileage Tax, departments, without bonds or time The Program. .. : .. .student In the Gainesville! Senior High official Quarter extend into a number

The posnagw ot the railroad mileage/1 Umlt. The unlimited powers of the The following Is the of Jchool. You, have conducted yourself of states, including Canfornta
program. exercises during this time that Colorado] Idaho
have' Washington Oregon
,
you won
tax bill was, of course expected:: andltd board he considers unprecedented and carried
out
: the confidence and esteem of your Montana Minnesota and the two
disposition required but a few fundamentally wrong In principle.The Invocation-Rev. T. J. Nixon. Dakotas .
minutes, Senators Iluckraan and Hari veto of Mr. Faulkner's) bill, fix. Song of the classes -High School. Instructors, your school-mates and
:fis alone opposing it. The latter from ntf the terms of court of the Third Violin duet-Ruby DeLand. Tom the admiration of the city and county TRAIN TAKES FIRE.

the chair In explanation of his vote judicial circuit was read, .the reason R McDeath. officials.
...-aid in substance that he voted being that the< veto was requestedby Orations by Representatives of "You have just cause to feel elatedat Excitement' Among Pa..eng..jjon the

.,,'\.In.t; the bill because Henry M. the introducer of the bill and two Freshman Clas.-a) "Edison." Earle your success. Permit me to inform New York Central Rallr lld.
: ,Flagler in Florida you that we rejoice with you. For New York .May 25.The fast
:y. was now building Senators inteYes: ed. After discussion! Kelley; (b) "La Fayette," Joy Willams. .
I four jour have been fixed Buffalo and Cleveland special on tie
years eyes
a railroad that would cost 927.000,000 bT Mr. Register, Mr. Uradshaw and '
,for the 128 miles of its construction Mr. Faulkner tbeeo' was sustained on a goal and now you have reached New York Central bound west,
Essays by Representatives of it, and efforts tonight caugth Are Thursday night on the>
Viand from which neither Henry M.i unanimously. your are crowned
Freshman Class-(a) "Mary Washington with Park avenue viaduct.
s Ftagter" nor his children, nor grandchildren State Prohibition Killed. VVlnnifred victory.
Pedrick. the tat
Among were
"You passengers
nor great grandchildren could certainly occupy an enviable
: Mr. Crawford of Orange-State prohibition Thomas IOrations first graduate of this school and team and a great number of sports.men. .
fit, and this additional tax on this your '
amendment Craw by Representatives ot A looking out of a
Mr. Cord woman
name must stand first--at the top of
'road: at least unfair.
,> was rfvited 'full discussion on the ques- Sophomore: Class-(a) M'Stonewall' this, list of the alumni which is window overlooking the viaduct saw

Revenue BUI. lon. Mr. Williams x>f Jackson Mid Jackson." Sam. Mlxon:: ; (b) "Robert E.. quite a distinction and honor. The flares bursting from the hood _over '

The revenue bill now \ being *n- he bad the moral courage to declare I jtx>." Earle Taylor. curriculum of the Gainesville High the front end of the buffet car, near

: grossed Is a big measure In more than tie support of everything for "God, Essays by Representatives of School is fully as high as some of the the mall car. She telephoned to

.one respect, though the changes In I' home and native land.".. He spoke for Sophomore Class-(a) "AyeshaLu colleges the faculty argil equally as i fire headquarters* and Ian ens ne and

.existing law* are not so great. The I a few minutes very forcefully in favor cia Patton; (b) -Victoria. Ethel competent as college professors, and truck met the train at One Hundredand

';\t\l\\ was prepared by .a. master band. of the amendment! a. a Democrat Durst. A I am sure their work la as thorough Twent7- tth street station.ashes
The with
fire
'. 'Senator Crill. the chairman of the 10 measure and a moral care. Mr. Song-The Purple and the White. ""I am therefore fully persuadedthat was smothered
before ft could to the buffet
.":committee on finance and taxation Uchbourg moved the previous ques- Glee Club.Orations. 1'ourradu.tlon Is as honorable!, spread I I

And' Is also believed' to fully cover tlon which was ordered.. Tbe vote by Representatives of Jun and will be as beneficial as It would car.The passengers were somewhat ei- "

T.defects lu Florida assessment laws asIndicated was, yeas 35, nays 10. Less than the lor Class-(a) "WashingtonJasper tare been had you received a diploma cited and most of them left the car

by decision in constitutional three-fifths vote, and . _.. .. ..
recent the.VUlted
a -- ---- -- - ------ ------ from a college.! If we were to lay until the fire was put out.

.. States court. the House refused to'pass the bill. more separate and distinct businesses, a wreathe of flowers on your forehead The train was delaYed only a short j

House bill No. 546, by the commit- was called' up by Mr. Melton. Mr. they would wilt and perish. In your time. "

!SENATE PROCEEDINGS. tae on finance and taxation, the general Farris moved to place pn final passage mental accomplishments :you have 1

Tito' Senate' was called to order at appropriation bill. .wa.. read in which was agreed to, and the honors more durable. They constitute Shah's Father Starts Revolt.frog
1rts. Mar W.- "'A dispatch
full and discussed. bill .
:SO a, m., President Harris In the paae.d.lIouse an embellishment far more resplendent Teheran from Persia that SaJarDowJea
saya
balr,and Afternoon Session. bill No. 480, by Mr. Hart ell than could be
a
V quorum present' given! by father of the Shah who recently r
.,. Only one pea bill was Introducedthe Afternoon session was called to of Santa Rosa-Requiring,..certain officers flowers, diamonds, or any outward dec i started a revolt In Luristat

regular ordor Senate bill No. order by the speaker at 3 p. m. Roll to make the reports to State oration. i province with It,009 followers has

.;444. by Mr. Humphries bill to call, quorum present auditor; passed "I am confic'ont that the good name advanced to Nehavend. H. has sent ,

.!>'.e entitled an act exempting the South The house resumed! consideration Night Session. of this school will be safe In your orders to the city of I lama: dan to ro-' '

;-rJorlcia Loan and Trust Company of of the appropriation bill. After half- The night session was called to hand and that no act of yours will wide Wat with supplies Anxiety ,rs- I

Arcadia, from the interest tawsi on hour additional discussion the new order at 8 p. ru. by Speaker Matthews.: soil its white, or tarnish Its purple. wails at the palace In Teheran ajJ :

lotMis made for the purpose of build- bill was ordered engrossed. Roll called, quorum '.-rent "Commencement day Is an Important troops have peed hastily mastered I

'gig'. 'upon) and otherwise Improving House bill No. BOC. by Mr. Dupont Consldemtlon of the good roads epoch In :your life-marriage may sad seat to the front.

al tate on the monthlx repayment or tit Johns, was then taken up. This bills, prepared by the Joint committee be another-death surely will bev

an:, -, bill provide that at the next general on public roads and highways, and May the former', should Jt occur bea Net Offered Presidency.New .

"natot* ilumphrles called up Sente election 4th* people shall vqje on the Representatives MacWllllams (>ark,. realisation of all that yes Justly York, May S3.-The Trihaat

'bill. No. :333: on table, subject to ue.UOlat moving the State*capltol Epson. Farris, Smith and Mr Ken ale, deserve and desire May Cod's choice Friday said it has learned from authoritative
Pad
being a bill to ht entitled an act to some point east of the Suwanne respectively, were all Indefinitely postponed blessings be received before and ater sources that the St.
.i do a penalty for selling IntexiaUng river the latter report that the preaidsacy of tae
provide and in case of an affirmative on motion of Mr. Calkins of a4
liquors, wines beer ale "ot*. the next Legislature to designate Caasau. There was very little debateto SNow In teUnuDoy. of the confidence Northern Pacific railroad has bees --
lered until reeentUr
to John ,
r. Stevens
'.11 beverages in counties or pre- SOlD suitable point and submit the the merits of the bills themselves of the teachers and school ofuclals Paaaaaacaaal
chief the
engineer! of
i'.Incts','Voting against such, and to prorr.rMe question as a constitutional amendment most of the discussion being on it affords me much pleasure commission Is without fea *etioa. -

(" .a penalty for selling liquor with- for final ratification.House amendments. to baud yet this diploma.( ...
iwrt first pafjng: the license required bill No 4T:. by Mr. Maloue The vote on the Smith.bill wa U la7'TaU be an "honor to year

pun law In counties) voting for the sale of Monroe-Relating to destitute laua- to IS and still more unfavorable on parents, your f school, and your Without Food for Four Days.
and definlngywhat is tics, was passed under country. Savannah Ca. *,, May ZS.Abrtsstts
oaf ItoAtors; an suspension of the others. There 'ls evidently no
Gamy, the captain of UHt
eating liquor or beverage in roles. prospect ot securing any good roacl.lecl.a"Uoa x
:'nasea; and prescribing a form S.I\atla bill No. ITT. by Din Harris'altdaUnjE .- At this ....s... .M the va COpplroil.awl! .eeaea Call. mack:: Dream. from Oseabtw Chario43which 1.3
'. was wrecked
)ssa4c to be kept by druggists; a.uS"JIII"WCII'lbe and confirming aH letters rios bills covered! the ground frets xXVmhlagtoa.! BraT U.-The. corn?- land May I\\ on' gives z::'
oUt of the and: who was
t rules evidence. la such patent Issued by the Cover standpoint. earrMvc hat tamed a
) : htt&grto every 'can for a sCstttnesK of for *..ewaa. 'IMMM rvectivd by a .**
'c e+assat J eawi to reacrlbe forms of in31ctnMsit tor and secretary of the Stake A.-eat. Th* Rouse adjourned at to o'clock .ff aattoea) baalns at the m..eadtloa clefs. lint eGtle lstraatr' : 'hq bad bevy

,.t and Information la such: talC corporations to, carry on. ; two or +ntll S a. m. Saturday.. i lAs' Monday. May oC bee.' w&t"Jo! ct or"-t.. ,. for fear **r*

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CLOSING EXERCISES t IA Cordial I Invitation STOCKING HIS FARM: .'
REMOVES'
of
J. B. Simonton Mlcanopx Receives

} + WALDO HIGH SCHOOLWere AIL Some Fine Cattle. so's S'
r SOOTEERNERS ; L. c.,ttl.- industry in this county >> BLOOD HmiORS

I to Yi1t Is Becoming one of the chief IneTus-
v educate ..' blood is and healthy the skin will be s-4It! '
tries! and tbe more highly \. :.teo the pure ? jcUfre
Held Tuesday Evening, and Th .JELL-O BoothJamestown are learning every day that registered ( from erupUonv' bat when: the brood becomes infected w::j h EuJne: nn.

,, Were.I/ar"ely Attended. .1 high-class cattle are the best. healthy humor the ..fJt.--ct is shown by rashes, eruptions, boils and pim
.t the skin disease. The skill is
and annoying wS
provided
other disfiguring
I The St. Augustine Record of the 15th or ;
countless and glands which act as a drainage system to rid the bod
pores
PROGRAM WAS A GOOD ONE Exposition In it. contains the following notice I that is
i : of Impurities through th. perspiration constantly passing tirouj t
I which will be of interest to those interested other gland that out on the
akin
I tubes. There are pour
Looated la an
oil
Food ProdaH : ,
l''t Was. of Mu.luland! Literary Nature, nmoA'o.IIdrUvaltural: Court BoIUing. at ea- I lu stock: substance to keep it soft and pliable. When the blood becomes filled w
"J. A. McGuire Is shipping today and acids these are thrown off through the pores and
humors
Out of We Lave provided Rest g-anu( ,,
and Was Carried by Pupils a spacious
Hpec14l1r 16r-your convenience Itoot1l.l from the Ponce de Leon dairy, twenty- burning and irritating the skin and drying up the natural oils so that w,

i the Advanced Grades In Excellent my m.stfijende. ", writs letters read your vet head of Jersey registered yearlings haye not only Acne. Eczema, Salt Rheum, etc., but such dry, 6< any stein
i j M.nner--T.acher. Complimented: : L 'orit uftgaziu, etu.,etc. to Mr. J. B. Simonton of Mica affections as Tetter Psoriasis, and kindred troubles. The treatment of skin

Our demonstrator, will IM, glad" to serve nopy. Flo. Tbe sire of these yearlingsIs troubles with salves, washes, lotions etc is not along the right line lnf
r t The closing exercises of the you with .J&LL.O, the dainty dessert. and St. Lambert of Prospect, a very such treatment relieves uomeof the itching: and discomfort and aids in kW.
Waldo Senior High School were Ice Cream made from JKU*>O ICE CREAM 'fne the akin clear: but it does not reach the real cause of the trouble which
beautiful fellow who la, by his breeding
held in the operahouse at that Powder, tree, ami explain how easily they are humors In the blood, and it can therefore have no real curative cock
can be prtpam.1 let tl.o taL,.. recognized to be of the very oa.
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and perfect blood
before S. gentle acting
place Tuesday night ain these akin affections. S. S. a pur -
.*.a and attentive audience. The C.ne,.s Pure Food Co.! Le Roy, N. Y. best dairy type His winnings as a the best and quickest treatment. It goes down Into the blood and rer::' ?

,,1 These exercises were siren by the yearling are as, follows: First prize in the humors fiery acids and poisons from the circulation, cools the ove.eu: ?

pupils of the 'advanced grades, the THE NEWS FROM ARCHER. Ohio, Indiana. West Virginia and Missouri eel blood, ridcures sending a fresh 6treattt' oI nourishing blood to the skispermanen
also first at diseases 4)f character. S. S. S. Is made
State: fairs prize skis every ( entirely
presentee] ,
grade having
primary ; ,
; Fireman Moody from the Livestock Show of America in of health producing roots, herbs and barks, and Is an absolutely Sara remedy
public school Jumped His
their In the
program for oldl S. S. S. cures Eczema, Acne, Salt Rheum, Tester .
Engine and Was Hurt-oth. New York City. We congratulate ,Mr young or priasis ,.
Notes.
building. Following is the programof Simonton coming into and all other disagreeable and unsightly eruptions of the sk,a Spead]
t the advanced department: Archer, May 23.-Miss Elsie Smith animals upon possession book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice desiredvfurnf it f-:'j r'aa,
of such
of outstandingmerit
Overture-By orchestra. and her aunt, Mrs. Tonalson of India who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
Dl&toaue-HCourt.hlp Under Difficulties napolis, Ind., who has been spending : and cannot but prophecy great -
good resulting therefrom to the dairy
," by Robert Schenckv-Lomile the winter here with the Smiths left
DpSha and Minnie DeSha. for home yesterday. Miss Elsie: will Interests of the South"MORTON

Music--By Mary Struth.'PJay"Motber.IIlLaw accompany her as far as St. Augustine: WANTS 10000. ABSTRACT REALTY COMPANY

," by Pearl Mrs. Tonalson will stop on her way .
-
Cone, Belle Geiger Annie peSha Van. home at Atlanta, to make a short:
Has Entered Suit Against John F. (J1oorporatec11
delta Staff, James Granger and Robert visit to her neice, Mrs, Winecoff.'

Dchenck.l Dr. Scott of Steubensvllle. Ohio, Is i Jackson In Levy County Court. E. E. VOYLE. MG-R.

l; Music -By orchestra. visiting his cousin '}of,.. ,C. D. Wood.W. The Levy Tlme -Democrat bas the Abstracts of Title and fall information famished regarding landi U Ofeounty.

Dialogue-teen In a Photograph L. "Belcher has been following to say which will prove of Oar manager' has lived in thl.SoDnt}'thirty yean andE. .
Gallery" by Walter Lang Esther appointed interest to Sun readers: / is thoroughly conversant with land titles.
agent at'this point for both railroads, '
Struth and Beanie Geiger. "A sensational case growing out
Music-By orchestra. to succeed W. T. GilL Mr. Belcher of the late special election I... the suit
and family "V"O"XniiE3 L
are keeping house near
Dialogue Wise Selection" by toe depot for $10,000 for slander or defamation .

George Winter Effle, Dowling. .Van of character brought by Gus. A. Mdr> FIRE ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE, AeD'
della Staff, Ernie!: Jones and James Mr. Morris of Gainesville has taken ton. one of the defeated candidatesfor seating number. of prominent American and Lrn!: IXUb eompaniei.

()ranSf'r. rL charge of the White House, Mrs Van State Senator against John F. REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOAN j'Ge.ir .
Allen having taken of- :: ----1.:1.18S'1.orLda
charge The
Muslo-Mary Struth. '*" Jackson, one of our prominent citi
Oak Hotel In Gainesville. - .
Mr. Morris lens .
Pla-HOur Awful Aunt. by Mae %
l) DeSba. Stella DeSha. Lou Sessions, expects to keep up the reputation "Plnnell & Son are attorneys for the

made by Mr. and Mrs. Van Allen plaintiff, and the case promises to attract
Susie Atwater CricketPrew Itt, Lin don We a Full Stock of
Keep
Sparkman, Waldo flicks and Lonnie while they had the house in charge.Mr. wide attention account of the

Z,>oSba, ,Sanders, roadm"aater for the S. prominence of the parties"A. OLD J )E

Music-Esther f truth.Classic : A. J.., Railroad, has a new motor car I ,

,Toper Drill-By tea 'j girls. for use on the,division T. .O. FRATERNITY.Gave ': ., r OLD VELVET

V The teachers, professor E. Bell, Dr. DePass has purchased a new ,

1 Ullaii Alice Strickland, bits. W. H. Cadillac auto and makes good time s Banquet at Brown House to f V FOUR ACES

Dell, and Miss Claudia Ambrose, were visiting patients-makes the trip to Themselves and Friends Thursday.The 5 ,

oommeuded' for the efficiency of tbe Dutton and return In two hours. lIe A. T. O. Fraternity of the University MARK ROGERS

4 C'webool<< which la classed on au equality has dispensed with his chauffeur, andIs ot Florida tendered a banquetat I ,

""I h any senior high school In Florida.. running the machine himself with the Drown House Thursday even., .,K OLD CHARTER' ,
I success. ng, at which a fine dinner was served t

"' BOY INJURED DY HORSE. Chan. Moody fireman on the "Early by Joseph Ettel. >IT. VERNON,

Dird" passenger train, ,was painfully The toastmaster upon this' occasion :

In Endeavoring to Lead the Animal by Injured yesterday morning coming'up. was Frank Clark Jr., and it is I. '' CASCADE

Mane Was Blttsn Under Arm. Something on the track attracted his unnecessary to state that be filled AND OTHER

Vertto the eight-year-old son of OAV. attention and fearing the engine was 'the assignment with due credit to ._ .
In danger of leaving the track. ,he I the fraternity. o
Harrison' of Antioch, was the victim t4ss a HIGHGRADEWHISKIES.
br.} of a peculiar accident a few days lumped off dislocating his hip and InJuring About forty plates ...wereserved and '
himself otherwise. Dr. DePass': Mr. Ettel personally superintended the
ago. which necessitated calling a __ .
physician and from the effects of flied( him up and I sent him to his menu which was one of the best ever .."- r, ,
home at Cedar Key. get In the Drown House.
which the little fellow has suffered a Headquarters (firAnheuserBusch'

great deal.Mr. .
: Harrison owns a fine stallion THE CIRCUIT COURT. Guaranteed by J. W. McCollum. Beer

which was in the pasture. The lad '. If the head aches, It the back and

approached the animal and grabbed After Four Session Adjourned to atdd are painful. It there Is distress Bottle and Draught.

I tits mane, when the _stallion Inflicted Meet Again June 10. and- nausea after eating if you are V,rite for price Hit. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. We want your

a dep gash witlf Its teeth under his After a session of four days,, the sleepless nervous and out pt sorts trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.

arm third week of the spring term of get a 50o box of Miona from J. W. Orders filled day received.OCALAVHOUSE .

ZC, t A physician was summoned and the Circuit Court, Eighth 'judlclalCIrcult McCollum with the absolute certainty:

dressed the wound und at Jrut, accounts in and for Alachua county His that the remedy will,cost you nothing WINE ROOMS

the. little fellow wan resting Honor Judge Wills presiding ad. unless It gives you freedom from all ,

a*
the circumstances. Monday June 10. health.

Tbe only business transacted before Use Mi-o-na stomach tablets and -----------------
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Sore Nlpplss.Any the court Thursday was the find :your ill health will. soon be gone and MICANOPY
NOTES. J3'tTBrN'mSEJ: : : OD9
l/r* mother who baa had experience Ing of the jury in the civil case of you wilt forget that you have ever
Mlcanopy, May 23J. N.
with. this distressing ailment will be J. I* Hague vs. the Atlantic Coast had indigestion or its resulting ills leave Craig will
today for Tarpon
Springs, where
Line Railroad Company, trespass, destruction DR. ROBT. O. BOWERS
pleased to- know that a cure may be he baa accepted a' position In the rail
effected' by applying Chamberlain's of building of the plaintiff:: Cnamberlaln'a Colic. Cholera and road office. Mr.
Craig is DENTIST.
r Halve as soon as the child is done by the defendant by fire the verdict Dlarrhosa Remedy. a very goodbusiness -

nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cloth being 'in favor ot the plaintiff in tbe There is .probably no medicine thatIs has been man here well about thought twelve of. He i Office In.Mlller Law Exchange.
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before allowing the babe to nurse sum of |211.10. The plaintiff was relied upon with more implicit con \ regret yearsVe

Many trained nurses use this salve represented by Attorney J. A. Carlisle Eldenc than Chamberlain's Colic Robert Prince very of much Orange to Lake see him will go,I Office Phone No. 255 j Residence No.U*

with best results. For sale by all while Carter" A Lofton and AttorneyR. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy-DurIng the office here. Mr. Prince flit

druggist A. liurford appeared for the. defense. the third ot a century in whichit recommended cornea well

has been in use, people have learned J. O. Peace T. B. ELLIS, JR.. .
died
At the concluslon'of this verdict the that it is the one remedy that on May 20th at
High Point :v'.
C.. and will be buried
jury was discharged for the remainder never fails. When reduced with
here
of the term with,. the thanks of the : water and sweetened it is pleasant to has by the side of his wife, who I ATTORNE .AT.LAW
court '' I tak. For sale by all druggists. Maggie Peace
or -
The afternoon session was devoted' Ocala. Howard GAIHSSVIIXB. *. Ftoaat

to the tearing of a number! of motions, I' To Address Ocala School.Dr. l. Peace of White Springy and Mrs. Hi-.

after which Judge Wills) announced Yocum of the University of tile burn burial of Bartow.of their came In to be at J. .". PATTOIS'

t the adjournment of court. Florida left Thursday to0ca.1a., father It seems
.. where Thursday evening he delivered that the death was very sudden ...Civif Engineer and Surveyor.DEALKK .
R. D.
Ford
la
treating hU house
HAVE YOU CATARRHf the. litCOUD1f'De.mt'nt address
to a coat of paint. : IX HEAL ESTATE
If have catarrh before the Ocala High School.
you with offensive We ,
regret to *
breath, Cn. throat Dr. Yocum Is not only one of the learn that Dr. Z. M. Prompt attention to au' ?
burning in
pains ,
Price's family will leave for Lakeland Office, flint door North of Tbr!,. *foffle '
difficulty in breathing raising of mucous most efficient educators In the State Saturday with their uncle and *. P. O. Boa 13. OsinesvUt-

DOLLARS DOUBLED discharge from the nose, ticklingor but one of the meet eloquent and practical family. Mr and Mrs. aunt's - -.-- - -.------
KellLS.
.v use 0.. dropping from the beck of the speakers, and bis service are O.
Oay has
"R1aketi.'. . Ca..n" Pumping throat, coughing spasms, etc.. H&lnthe always In demand. for several d.u- bn on the sick list CfDealer
\ Vit *, Improving.
sad
lnigstl.n Outfits
use of llyomel at ooc*. EVANS SEED
'f.. tu.e+t.i .......,. ,,,- .... f If Yu Dent Mrs. W. W. Geiger of Getter spent
".. ha Y. trlr.tk." ....... ., Us mediation, is taken ia with the I I the day In town one day last
t r t:1: tr' a\:, :.;. v Pe.... air you breath, so teat it reaches theta Succeed the first tim' use Herbtn week. fa FIELD sad

tn.dS -r.. aat. this *H remote pan ot the respiratoryorgans. and you will get instant relief. The Do
.th.er aetrbkwa:Me You Love UAKfctEX 8 EKD.7t .
... erttt.M aW.It killing all catarrbal germs greatest liver regulator. A posttiv
as
t .._ .....,.......-.-... ..... and eoothmc Mr Irritation there maybe cur for Constipation Dyspepsia, Maoris I I year baby Ton wonder why he cries.

.-.w.7r.......it.WM,5s tar, lad .wtut.S.w.. Ib the mucous 1aet'D\mwa. Chills sad all ttvcr: complain. : Boy fuge a and bottle be of win White's Cream Vermi S P ci all 1 ties:

tt-:: A......r.aw The Mr. O---, of never ?,. Mo.t .
r :... complete llyomelotttAt' eo.tusbat Emory. Texas writs: babies Hare worms, sad the moth. R.kJ Ceatsiespi.gif
...... sl.s l.Co. u,, and J. W. McCottvsH.av/ *. hU -My wife 1a.aa..** ,wits Herbta tot don't bow it WatU's =r-w. Vermb l..p; vedFord, ..t.. ,,"Ite Sltssn'ewakee.

aI.......... ..... personal gnanuate with ss eh pscirasjs fcsrsstf sod c&tMr Dsrt IT* years. race rids the child ot worms and cleans ... .. .
oat its bland I 1t.w. tabbat'
system in .C +
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that money" wflj be rtofts4[' ****** It III a aura. ter.. psr'ottr.elpUas... : '.'erg plaoat War;; bapnn-t HIe $Meta I tblHeTIlE
the treatment doe all UMS.ts **.fts..sl .... teYelt. .. .- ."'.. iJ tnedl.tae I. the keep bones a bottle -
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GAINESVILLE SUN: MAY 27, 1907

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MISS TEBEALTS SCHOOL.

liE THOUSAND I .

When theHair Will Close Thirty-Third Year of Its

Existence This Morning.

BILLS INTRODUCED From Friday' Dally Sun. A Healthy Liver MakesA

After tnlrtyUirf coneecutheears:
-\ Falls of successful operation., Miss Maggie Well Man .

Bat Few Have Been Parsed Except Tebeau school will dose this morn- .

Local Bills Ing, with appropriate exercises: and

-- Then It's time to acd'!" No timeto the presentation 1tof medals for the ,
term. of which there are five The
INCORPORATED study to read to experi-
TO BE ,
LER medals will be. presented by Rev.
ment! Yob( want to save! your Francis H. Cralghlll.. rector of Holy

Lts Auditors' Salaries Increased to hair,.and save It quickly tool! Trinity Episcopal church at 9 o'clock ,

State Life Insurance mind this this morning." -
,2,500 a Year- So make up your .

special Order for Monday very minute that if your hair The enrollment for the present;
till term has been sixty-four, and the
Beach County Bill Postponed. ever comes out you will .useAyers
' Palm term has been In every way a sue-: A PURELY VEGETABLE) COMPOUND and the HOST FKX-
One thousand bills In round numbers Hair Vigor. It rrmkes cess. FaCT LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system .

y. peen Introduced In, the two the scalp healthy. Th.c hair Miss Tebeau... as usual has been assisted with Calomel Arsenic or Quinine HERBINK is a &:Unan- '
for all diseases produced by TORPID LIVER
teed a
cure
of the Forlda Legislature oat Jn It cannot do by her faithful and efficient
IH that stays any- and IMPURE BLOOD. It will curs: MALARIA without leaving
this session and the number thing else. It's nature's way. lieutenant 8""A1Ice Thomas. any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for that i
1Te finally and definitely been disced purpose. On bottle purchased today may: save you froma
of In Senate. House and re- The- best kind of a testimonial sick' spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness, Con
Bold for over elxty y.ana.eeA..I Relief from Rheumatic Pains.
approval of the Governor tttlpatlon. Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills ana all Urn
sited the >;F 01.u.A...00.. a..o.4.Mess.N "I suffered with rheumatism for :
Complaints
small In perce ta.ge. suantY.te.e. of
extremely
.i over two years," says Mr. Rolland
number SARS4PARIU.A.
total
the
K.-Jng. the basis for comparison of nearly all ; e rs Curry a patrolman of Key West A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S ,
Introduced CBEfUtY PeCTORAL.
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Fla. 'SometImes it settled In' my ENDORSEMENTDr.
passed the order are pure
which have knees and lamed m. so l'could hardly A. J. Hannah a leading physician cf UmatUla,
* local measures.A Wed- walk at other times It would be In Fla.. tarsi "1 hare been using Herbine m. my practice -
hard foght battle that began and mains, read third time in full and my feet and hands so I was Incapa. and am well pleased with the results. 1 always'
and continued Thursday, ande hand. and think it rand tnedtcin.
lMday One I keep some on
passed 29 to 0. dated for duty. night when *
that Is not yet finished. Is;that over for Biliousness and Liver Complaints?
House Senate bill No. 29, by Air. Crlll-Providing was in severe pain and lame from it
bill
Increasing e Knight salaries(of Citrus of cabinet) off leers.t ., for a geological survey creating my wife went to the drug store here Largo Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitutes

the office of State geologist and and came back with a bottle of Cham
skirmish In the Senate Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
preliminary maintenance of survey read third berlan's Pain Balm. I was rubbed .
bill Wednesday was followed
fer this time In full and passed 22 to 0. with It and found'the pain bad nearly St. Louie. XJ. S. A.
the scorn
morning, opponents
tursday emefdment Senate bill No.274,''by Mr.Jackson- gone during the night.. I kept on
when the Beard pro-
I Providing for examination and auditing using it for a little more than two
that the Increase shall not go
riding payment of claims against the weeks and found that It drove the
ato effect until January I, 1909, was
State of Folrida for service rendered rheumatism away I have not had SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BYEstablished
opted by a close rote, and a mo-
(during the Seminole Indian wars, and any trouble from that disease for over
to reconsider this vote Is now -vT :NE. JOa: S >JSr
for the examination, auditing and pay three months. For sale by all druggists _

It'IIdblr. ment of claims for forage, subsistence ,
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One week more and \he regular ses
and transportation furnished In said
Ion of 1907 will come to Ita, constttu! Pleasant! Children's Party. 26 Years.We .
wars, read third time Jn. full and _
lonal end. Mrs. J. M; Graham, at her elegant
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passed, 18 to 10. __ 1;
..I- Senate adjourns. home on West Main street N., enter. handle the

SENATE PROCEEDINGS. rained the children Wednesday after

The Senate was called to order at I -- PROCEEDINGS. noon complimentary to little Miss Kit. L- ti. Best Machinery:
HOUSE '
tie Chamberlin of Tacoma daughter of
:30>> Wednesday morning President 5'- _
- and number oar customers b/ the
The House of Representatives wascalled Mr. and Mrs. R. )(. Chamberlln: W
lUrrl in the chair and a quorum e
THOUSAND, Our sales In 1BOO
to order by Speaker :Matthews.Rollxcal .
:
Graham's
Mrs.
who is here as guestThe
resent amounted to Nearly! Half a Million Dollars Write catalogues.-w* can
] Quorum present. Prayerby hours- from 4:30 to 6
Senate resolution No. 63, by Mr. were
save von money. \\.fI have no connection In Jaokso-ivlll. FIs
Henderson-To rescind resolution chaplain. Correction of journal. o'clock, and many little folks availed Your Immediate or future deeds ran be suppllrd br us. Address

to( 05 which provided for employment Select Order. themselves of the kind invitation to

secretary: of proofreader. ommlt. I, House bllfNo. 268. by Mr. Dudley of be present. As a result the afternoonwas :M.A..LSSYCOMP ..A.N X'

was appointed to Investigate the HllUboro--Making appropriation for most delightfully' spent In nursery 41 South Fortyth Street. - ATLANTA, QA.OBOAR .

>tter State midwinter, fair which was pending games. .. .
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House bill No. 200, fixing, the sal. on adjournment ,Tuesday morn Delicious refreshments of Ice cream N. SANDERS. ' PERRY. COLSOtf. "
e. of certain State officers, goes ing. The bill ''went to the engrpssing cake, raisins and candy were served,

[our pending a motion to reconsider committee.... and late 'in the afternoon the children

House bill No. 36, by Mr. Clarke of House bill No. 259, by Mr. RIch.oourg were treated to an automobile ride 0. N. Sanders & Company

ffei son-Providing penalty for procuring of Walton-Appropriating $2,000 by the hostess, being returned to

money or other thing of value annualiy'for.the 'West Florida fair their respective homes. ---DEALERS IN---- 1

;OJa contract to perform service In the was then read a second time In fulL ..
intent to defraud and to present rules The bill went to the engrossing com Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough .. General 362TGlri.: L3riCl.iJ5 \ "
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ot evidence in such cases. Was read mitt ee. Remedy. HARDWARE, STOVES. FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS. FURNITURE. '' ,
|the second time, perfecting amendments House bill No. 429, by :Mr. Williamsof People everywhere take pleasure in

adopted and bill ordered to }'Iadl Appropriating $16,000 annually testifying to the good qualities of New Store, New Goods.. Complete line of Ladies' Spring Dress Oood.. Fresh

committee, on engrossed bills. for Middle Florida fair wentto Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. ,Fancy Groceries arload of Furnitnre'uet" being opeuel- U at Low
eel Possible Friees. Largest Stock of Goods lifer Carried in
Senate Bill) No. 431-IncorporatIng engrossing committee without objection dward Phillips, of Barclay. Md. Western Alsahua.

town of Tyler, In Alachua 'county. writes: "I wish to tell you that 1 can
Colson Block .. Trenton, Alachua County, Ff.,
Afternoon Session. recommend Chamberlain's Cough
Being a local bill
the rule. were waived -
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bill read second time by title, The House was called to order by Remedy. 'My little girl. Catherine, -

third time In full, and pa.sed26 to I. the speaker, a quorum present.Mr. who is two years old has been taking IAS. M. 0......, President II. E. TAYLOR, C..h nTHE'

Bill) to Increase State auditor's aoduabtant's Ayant of Columbia called up this remedy whenever she has bad Hn>s, Vie. Presldsnt LSB QBARAM. As t. Cashier ;,

salaries to 2.500 'a year Senate bill No. 14, by Mr. Trammell- a cold since she was two months
old. About a month I contracted
lIU passed by a vote of 16 to 11. Requesting express companies to ago FIRST NATIONAL BANK
a dreadful cold myself but I took
Afternoon Session.The transmit packages not exceeding five Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was .
pounds in weight and $50 in value,
Senate resumed the regular or- soon as well as ever." This remedy OZET G a'VXLLE.
for not more than 25 cents. Amend-
4er, the consideration of bills on Is for sale by all druggists.
third ment by Mr. McCutcheon perafUtlng "
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refunding of overcharges on demand UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY: . .
Senate e
Joint resolution No. 220 by
as bar to prosecution for unintentional
l lit West of the First-Proposing lost 'j ne bill then went to
[amendment to article 7 of the constitution error third reading.Mr. Capital . . ... . . . .. .. 1100.00000 :

relative to census and appor- : Watson of Dade called up Sen. Surplus . . .. 20,000 00 ,

[trot was read In full the third ate bill No. 186 by Mr. Hudson, providing Chattanooga -
time The interest Paid on Savings Aeeooots sod Certificates of Deposit All Basins**
resolution was opposed onIeeount for the creation of Palm Beach Transacted Promptly.

of the Increased number of county, which was indefinitely post H.TAYLOR Cashier.

|Senators and Representatives. On roll poned. 39 to 20. .. -----
caD the Senate refused to adopt the House adjourned. '

[solution by a vote of 15 to 15. The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia 'a" "
Senate
bill No. 160 by Mr. Buck An Enjoyable Occasion. 'I;
fl-In
aid and furtherance of the Frank Evans, at 'i' '
Master Clark and
v.1!!? of the Florida Historical' So- the home of their parents. )Ir. and I Established that ,.,

' LwL sad Appropriating |600 annuallyMl Mrs. J. C. Evans, West Masonic street
tor, was read the third time In entertained about thirty-five of their OLD SHARPE WILLIAM '

and passed 29 to 0. Wednesday I Pore flns old rye, By the ffsllon f.jOa.
friends at
a party ,
Resolution young Four foil qe sets fB.. o.EXPHK8H .
, IoBnent No. 55. providing for em- evening, and It Is needless to add that' 1 ; PREPAID s

IJ of a proofreader was re the affair was one thoroughly enjoyedby
klnse4.8t Ii
those present 'tUHI. J. COLEXAS

life Insurance fell was made There were many games, .and during Plo"W"sl Pare Penosvivsnlr ).,.. Rich' and
['Pedal order for Monday at 4:30 p. m. the evening delicious refreshments mellow. IJr the gallon *2,7&. four

Senate bill No. 29, by Mr. Clarke- of Ice cream and cake: were foil quart 53W.EXPIIYii9. 5 5
1 PREPAID
au.ortzlDc county commissioners to served. tOLD

C&at waterworU companies right toT At a late hour the guests departed A AXTIL RYE

ro.cI. and highways with pipes after voting the young hosts among Pore abetaollal family wbUkey. Bjr
- the "cleverest fellows" Florida. areCropMarkers toe Italian tXCO. Your full quarts
12.90. EXPKE8 PREPAID
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Step Grumbling.If _. .. cLirrouii RTE }
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....r....... ice,,, yea suffer from Rheumatism or -- KEXT.rc.tr COR* By the jraUoo 92 2J>. Fear full. qoartsa.eo. "

I pains, for Ballard's Snow LJnixoeat $ jsxpREtm PKEPAIDOLD
w ecU win bring quick r*U* It is a wreear Direst from bonded warehouse, one Coa'
SALT-iUn D for Sprain, Rheumatism Contracted sad old. By the gallon MUn. ioirrca CLUB
: iI
J Moselee and an pains-and I loaf toll quarts $+3.50.EXPB& ,, Bl..h sad mellow By tbs csll 0. $,..It
m Pour fall rart. 12.110. ?
stttittst +ge within the reach oC ail. Price JSc PREPAID .xrnJtfd PREPAkI)
,,,;,r*., uv ser vac t R He. SLAO. C. R. SmltX Teoaba. Te-c t, See Th.mMirtl at .--.-' .. --.

_n-ett H *S erMa.r.1.S5MM0 w toest nave seed Bailard's Snow C We handle all the ledW brands of By*and JJoGrbon Whlald.. IB the msrSB .

s"a+'T is lei LteUae-at la '-;- Sassily for years' and k.' will SAT. 700 from M to to per swat oa your purchases, Send for ,nee
e., ., lest a sesora5Ha s aO list ....h.... free
.1C. .**. toad It a aaw remedy for ate tsteS splestl.a.

states a.4 ...... 1 jseaiamisit K far < ,HUillfl: c*:., THE ALTMAYER t" f LATAU LIQUOR COMPANY.
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-safes |. tfw. *.* .* I'
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t' OPENING EXERCISES Women's troubles very often occur regularly: at a certain time every month. Be-

cause this may have been so all your life, Is no reason why It should continue,

OF THE UNIVERSITY F or Many thousands of women, who had previously suffered from troubles similar to yours,

4 due to disorder of the womanly organs, have found welcome relief or: cure In that

';, Baccalaureate Sermon to be De. wonderfully successful medicine for women.Woman's .

livered at Tabernacle Today.

Wine of Cardui
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-" SERVICE IN THE E.VENINQAl .

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.| Services Will be Conducted In Mrs. Leota Forte of Toledo. Ill, writes: : "1 am wen pleased with the results of using: CarduL I have

Tabernacle, and First Commencement EyeJ18 taken three bottles and am nov perfectly well free from pain and have gained 25 pounds in veight"

l' of New University Promises Write toC. for a free toV Y of..twM.64-Wes mlUtrate4 Book tot Wmwn. If you need Medical I M.
to be One of Eminent Success.Vrnm : WRITE US A1 LETTER -.nee.a..dln linen'MvI.y t" your Depu.tymptoms.The OMttanuuea swing' ag..and Madlcl reply wm Co.t be Chattanoota sent to |>tain Te Mta n. r
,7'' HundnV/ DslI Sun
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Tbe commencement exercises off -
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tie University of the State of Florida set speeches The audience was impressed t First Presayterlan church to! the Y, ..eld Tuesday morning, beginning at A Pleasant Occasion.
,*the first to be held since the removal by the fact that tbey were M. C. A. The services, however, will 10 o'clock. These will be the gradu- Mrs. J. R. Merchant and :Miss Irene
of the Institution to Galnesrllle, debating rather than declaiming be opened with an invocation by: Rev.S. i I sting exercises, and( the baccalaureate McCreary tendered a dance
speeches committed to memory. Y. Jameson, followed by a hymn, sermon will be delivered by Dr. Andrew evening complimentary to the former j
I' Began Saturday night at 8 o'clock The Judges of the debate were the "0 Worship the King All Glorious I Sledd president, of the University sister, Miss Gladys Burke of Jack.
I'; with a debate by members: of tbe Rev. Dr. Jameson of Mercer Univer Above. This' service will be con followed by the ,conferring of sonville, who la visiting here. ,
,I Dixie Literary wociety. Tbla was city Jlev. F. ir. Cralgblll. and Mr. W. cluded by prayer by Rev. \V. F. Yo- medals and degrees. The; function wad held at the ana.
held, as all tbe other exercise will' W. Hampton of Gainesville. The den. cum, the singing of the doxology and The public la cordially Invited to all ory, and was wen attended.! The program .
; be, in the Tabernacle. clsion was In favor of the affirmative. benediction. exercises.To I' comprised twelve dances &n|
v" The large auditorium bad been I The three or tour selection. rend The Work for Monday. several extras and the young folk
very tastefully decorated. Festoons ered by the Duval Orchestra addeda 1 Monday: will ,be a particular Inter Our Friends and Patrons. enjoyed themselves to the fullest ex
In the college colors bad been bung great deal to the enjoyment: of the esting day on the program of exerclsea. -< announcementthat tent. They and under obligation for
... about tbe walls, and lone streamersran evenng. as there. has been a most? Interesting Since making our. tbe pleasures of,the evening
tbe dome, where Today's Program. I we would close our",banking business I
from the sides to j and instructive list mappedout
',' they were caught In a wreathe. Tbe The program for today promisesto for that day. This will be the to take effect on June 15th 1907,
",,:wall behind the platform was decorated provo of unusual interest. The declamation contest of the freshman- we: have sold our building fixtures AUCHUA COUNTY
with red and white bunting the I services will comprise the baccalaureate sophomore classes, and tbe subjects and vaults to. W. R. Thomas, G. K.Broome. .
colors being those of the senior class, sermon by Rev. 8. Y. Jameson, selected are of tbe highest order. H. F. Button C. W. Chase.
while two silk American flags directly D. D., president of Mercer University. The exercises will begin at the,Tabernacle J. H. Vidal S. J. Thomas and J. B. Alaebna county Is 8CXJ.4CO acres It f
behind the stand added a finishing Athens, Ga., and one of tbe most at 10 a. m., and the program ,eJ1-known business men in area, has 248 miles railroad, W oo
'y touch to tbe color scheme. The stage eloquent preachers in the South. It will be as follows: this city and county who will organizea miles wagon road 66 poitofficei,
;, 'was beautifully decorated with massed Is quite an honor that Dr. Jameson Mr, J. H. Vidal "Regulus to the iMnklng company to, be conducted 123 pnblio schools, 27 phoephtu
plants loaned by the experiment station consented to come for this special 'Roman[ Senate-Kellogg.Mr. In this building. In order that there plants, 20 saw mills $75,000 court
r work through the Invitation of Dr. W. Martin, "Henry QradGraye. ,."- may be ,no discontinuance of tbe banking docee house, corn four,newspaper cotton, rice, and, pro.,
The program began with a selection Andrew Sledd, and his presence Is .. I business in this building, we have oats. rye, potatoes pineapple logtr,or-
rendered by the Duval Orchestra of appreciated. Mr. N. Barre "Consolidation" decided to continue our business until angel. peacher. pears, plums, rt-
p'. Jacksonville. Then tbe secretary of The service, which will begin at Grady, the organization of the new companyand cans, and all kinds of vegetables
the Literary Society read tbe following 10:30 this morning, will be opened Mr. W. W Gibbs "Visions. War" we respectively ask. our friends
question for debate: "Resolved by an Invocation by Rev. T. J. "Nixon I Ingersoll. and patrons who have so brandy done I
',Granting the Cubans desire annexation of tlie First Methodist church. This Music. business with us to continue their Gainesville, the County Seal,,,
: ,' that the United States should will be followed by the hymn, "Come, Mr. S. 8. Smith, "Spartadu ,to the business with the new Arm. It will
the Island of Cuba. Tile affirmative which Gladiators" Kellogg. I Has fourteen churches, two pobln
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annex :Thou Almighty King after be managed by wise and conservative schools, the University of Florida,
of the question was defended the sermon will be delivered. After Mr. J. Kirk, "The Nation's' Respon business men whom we have known private schools three ne*.ptp n,
;;1tT' D. 8. Dryan of Danla, and Jas the sermon! there will be another sibilities"-:McKInley.: ,,' in a business way for years, and we United States \land office, the bets
,Kirk of Jacksonville; tbe negative hymn, "All Hail the Fewer of Jesus' Mr. O. R. Albright, "The American bespeak for them a liberal patronage.As water fire alarm system, electrt!
.'was upheld by T. Z. Cason of Island Name" which will be followed by Republic"-Phillips. I advised in our circular letter of and gas lights, two ice ft-ctortei,
machine shops, three wood facto
Grove, and )f. I* Moremen,of Switzerland prayer by Rev. Tbos. P. Hay, followed Mr. 8. E. Jenkins, Eulogy on \Vaabngton the 18th, all checks will be paid without rice,cotton fciu, two moss fi.ctori**,
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/, by singing of doxology and benedic -Henry Lee. Interruption and certificates of three ,railroads two fert.UiI ernaa.utacturing .
> Tbe debate differed In on'e respect tion. Music. deposits redeemed, with Interest, on companies one titer
The Evening 'Service. Decision of judges'Tuesday's : I manufactory, one rectifying tar
f Acorn; most college debates: the apeak- presentation.H. pentlne plant, two banks and well
.era having their facts and r qulret. In the evening a sermon will be delivered Program.The F. DUTTON &; COMPANY.May locked stores embracing every
well In mind, but not having, by Rev. Tbos. P. Hay of the concluding exercises will be I i 22nd, '1901. thing: In the ..ommereialliDe.

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With their purchases and wont home to tell their friends about this Great Sale, and we are expectingbig

business next week. We ask you to come and] !look through our immense stocks and you. will be

amazed at the 'values we offer. We want. you to come and. .be pleased



'. 40-inch White Lan worth 12 l-2c. . . . .8 l-3c .

Such Values I In Shirf-I ; 40-inch White Lawn worth 15c . . . . . . 10c Beautiful'I I Dress GoodsWaists

Saw 45-inch Persian Lawn worth 25c. . . . .19c and
you Never Silks at Sale Prices
Fine White Dotted Swiss worth 19c. .. . .12 l-2c

Fine White Dotted Swiss worth 25c 15c
They were carried away by the armful. " Splendid I Fancy Silks at 39, 49, 59, 69 and 85c Yd.
20 yards good Muslin worth Tcyard for. . .$1.00
No old, shop-worn goods, but fresh, clean Good values in Black Taffeta Silks at 98c $1.10,
'waists!: just in for this sale. 11 yds Fine Bleached Muslin w'th lie yd. for $1.00 $1.19 and $1.69. ,

10 yds Berkley Cambric Muslin w'th 12c yd. for $1.00
$1.50 Waists, beautiful patterns, for..79c Beautiful 45-inch Black Voile' $1.25, for this
Good values in Towels at 4,5,7 81.2 10 12 worth
$LOO Waists, beautiful patterns, for . . .98C Sale.-. . . ..' . . .TSC Yd
and 19c.
I '$3.00.valae Waists for . . . .. . . . . 1,49 Fine French Voile wor\h $1.50 :.S !1.1 1 18
Other values equally as good. 72X00 Bleach Sheets worth GOc . . . . . .45c81X90 36-inch Chiffon
Batiste worth 50c .39c!
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Bleach Sheets worth 65c . . . . .50c
,BEAUTIFUL TAILORED ,SKIRTS Beautiful Figured Wash Dimities' Lawns and Bat -
42X36 Bleach Pillowcases worth 15c . . . .lOc ,
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AT AUOUT HALF THEIR tastes .5, 10, 12 1.2, 15 and 19cMILLINERY

$3-OO and $4.00 Fine Tailored Skirts for . .I1.9S HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS WE DO NOT
14.00 and fAtO'Fine Tailored Skirts for . , ,'S.8* '
,.r 8.50 and $ ,.t10 Fine Tailored Skirts for # ,.s.MENTION: THAT WILL REPAY YOU FOR AT AIWT HALF-MUtE-Cisi

ili.ti0 and 17.60 Nina Tailored Skirts for .7.40 COMING TO THIS HALE.r Ktt tMfthfKMt.THE ...

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GAINESVILLE CONSTITUTIONAL DEBATE.The FARMERS SHOULD DIVERSIFY. Ogden No 49 $25.
: Frankie E. CUmtJ!
PROCEEDINGS OFSCHOOL
ttt Plnevllte ((3 months) No. 81, $no; T.
rho magazine debate between Mr. Make your farms ..elfau.Wnlng.Seltprea"'atlon B. De oee. Union Academy No 1.
Bryan and Senator Beveridge oq. the la the first law of
$tT R. D. McLln.
BOARDWhat Union No. 1, $40;i iMattHiP.
----;,;;e,61.19 ..t arnee lae.JI'1a.00.... constitutionality question ot the re.served nature applying equallyto man and Days. Union No 1. $30; Amy:
of
:: matter. under Asa rights of the States and Jnddentally -
beast. When have provided
r you aD Xftav
ryre0.1,1erAtsbllshrd' L. Union No, 1. $;;o; M.t4
'? of the Beverldge bill.to regu- of diveralfled
acreage crop, suffl ic Was Done at Last Hearst Uafen No i. $.;o. lemma P.
:: Ever J Ionday and Thursday late labor in factories. known as the to meet the detaands of the home supply Meeting: WilllsJMv jifBJsm No. 1. $30: 1. L. Max*

atCaiBMTllletrUr1** child labor bill >baa been' generally it would then. be proper to consider of This Body. rell. UnfeKt read To Democrats the discussionis the extfent'.of the money crop. Re- _
Union No. !*.$'&; Minnie C. DeBose!
I&B McCR ARY. Editor and bl'r., of transcendent ) interest, for it f1uce the :colt1 of labor through the TEACHERS WHO WERE PAID. Unlou No. 1.'"* tom, Ida J. Williams,
(foreshadow .a much more Important se"of theMateslj!\ and most approved
_ : Union No. 1. $S7Jft| Judith P. Ratney
-:- 'or BtntlCJL1PTJ01'\ debate. within the Democratic party farming implements. Rotate you County Treasurer's Report, Union No. 1, fib; Jennie Rowe. dor
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'ryxya on the Issues of State rights and Toge\t1.
.crops. plow deep harrow and roll don No. 13.'$* Total$1.012.93..
The Twice-a-Week onie$1 B year j fix home rule. The first installment comes your lands. Increase the fertility of With Itemized Statement of.'."All,.. .

Bonthi, 60c. ;, aingle 6c.s from Senator Rayner: ot Maryland( In the soil supply needed humus and WarranReport. Issued-Sub-District" Sundries/) .*

ADVXHTISIKO RAWS i The Baltimore Sun of May 13 in improve Its Mechanical condition by ,;vjp"" J. L. Kelley sake)". :.s]JL*. $100,ef(

Loess advertisements, 15 cents a line which he summarizes the p oliciea advocated growing leguminous plants wherever J. 1. Kelley office. .fV? ... 12.15

e first and 10 cents for each. addl- Mr. Bryan Wq,f lows. : they can be..sown or cultivated. Institute Financial-'Statement of the Bosrd'if. Pepper" Pub. Co... . .. ". .. . . '76.00;. "

KMHI insertion for three "FirV2=lhtimate ownership ty the a. systematic!" method of increaa Public-" Peninsular Printing Co..VMK. "* 17.6flC(
>d advertisements Instruction of Alaehua. II. H. McCreary . . ... .. 4.00<
-find at special rates.Crieet Government of all the Interstate railroads tag the composlt heap and cut dO""J1tbe *
furnished 12 upon application.Jam&pe of the United Staten heavy bills for commercial fertliters. County, Florida for the Month ',1. Martin. Hoyt & Co.. . . .;.iVC"; ,. 14.P

and Death notices inserted Ending May 7, 1907. 'tlieu. .. T. F. McBeath. . . . .Jft' 1&.4()
; "Second-The initiative and refer
ObUoar e.. 6 cents a line. ;;'-,- The legume and compost heap S. 11. Wlenges, Clerk Circuit M. M. Chal..t. 66.62
endum.
should be the farmer's most highly Court Alachua County. Fla. Mrs. C. ,C.. Reddlck . . . .*.: 22.61.1:
Ova CLVBBIMO Llsr.I : "Third' Congress to have the right bank With Sir: In compliance with Sea 4332, W. D. Dickinson . . . . . ., 80.34

and the Thrice. i-Week to art;trarlly fix:: the total product ot priced account. their 'as- LAWS of Florida we hereby file with L M. Kelley. . . . . . . . 40.0ft
pun sistance he can at once commence to
(If.Y,)World one year . ... :.$1 MDM all Interstate corporations Quasi public travel the Inviting road to you the following itemized statement R. B. Peeler . .. . . . . . 122.19H. !
independence
Bu and the Atlanta .(Ga.) and private, and to destroy WeIr oJ the moneys received and expends F. Dutton A Co. . . . . . 18S:5f': !

Weekly Constitution one year.Ga.. 1 76M business it they transgress the congressional and wealth. Without them he and wa-rrauta Issued during he J. F. Futch. . ..I. . . . . . . 11.00<>
Atlanta )
Ban and the ( must continue to look for help only
.gao send. Jonrnal one ,.ear. 1 60Iks limit from costly sources. The time 1* not : month ending May 7. 1907. ,t t.. S. II. Wlenges .. . . . . . 1.00 4
the SemiWeeklyTimesUnion "Fourth-The supreme power of I'
,;
tar distant when we hope to see that ;
one year .... . ISO Congress to prescribe the terms upon I I TREASURER'S REPORT. ly Total .. . . . ... . . ... . . 764.801
fulfillment of prosperity on the farm ,
which all. interstate commerce shall ., ,
which Is so much to be desired. Ware April 1, 1907. %_
We wjll not accept stamps of att !
denomination than 2 cents. be conducted and whenever Congress glad to see every department or Balance last report. . . . . U.1S3.URoo. SPECIAL DISTRICT. ,
_= == (which of course means the dominant business in the commercial world Com. Croom redempt'n 2073 Teachers' Salaries and Supplement

The only really undesirable, citizens party) conceives It to be against prosper but not at the expense of the Rc. Supt. Kelley. K F. S.. 10.6 Nannle )McIntosh Fairbanks No. 5,
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it shall have the'rigbt
public policy
owadays are the umpires .that go farmers. Let the farmers work out lie absolutely to prohibit commercial intercourse
*ck on the home team' between the States the their Independence without fear or Lane .' 10:0Q: < i No. 3. $85; Willie Mclntosh.
upon trembling gradually abolishing the Rec. Dieklnsor Polls815.00 Rochelle: No. 3, $40; W. H. Main' a
Interdicted article fully
Dally bulletins from Madrid tndlt (as exempli credit system! from the 'future coi Rec. Dickinson, Col., taxes. 2.883.7 Archer No. 10. $70; Mary lierkstrew
fled in the provisions! of the child .
that King Alfonso is getting labor bill ) cuct.of their business. ser. Archer No. 10. $40; Annie Collins

ng as well as could be expected.The "My own, deliberate judgment is Total . $6.70'1.9.Less Mlcanopy No. 15 $60; Clara Smith
warraants surrendered. 0.210.8 Mlcanopy No. 15 $35 Sophie
Merry
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that If we embody ,these doctrines in The New York World pretends to *
report is denied that the, Pa. a Democratic platform the next step have reliable information: that Thomas Mlcanopy No. 15, $33; T. J. McBeath. t
Balance .... $ 497.1 Island Qroye No. 1$. $20; Mary F.
klfle! Coast people arwaiting to ..attM that it will be necessary to take will Fortune Ryan ot Virginia is in the
the Jamestown Exposition by be to change the name of the party field as a candidate for the PresIdency. Special Tax Districts. McBeath Island Grove No. 18. $5g:
\ Dal. last report1,102.77 J. N. Overhults, Hawthorn. 21. $70 a
of Panama canal.
I' and revive| the name of 'Federalists The grounds upon which this Informixtton .
flea from Supt. Kelley for Sallie J. Holden Hawthorn No. 21.
or take some otler title suitable to Is based are not exposed but It
110'0.26 .' ''' 1.00 $40; Eddie ReddlcK Hawthorn.. No.
A Kentucky dairyman has been the occasion; and then after we have Is incidentally mentioned that among
tnjbt selling milk with minnows in done this the final step will be. with other elements of his strength, i* the Rec. from W. D. Dickinson 21, $30: W. H. CasselU, Alachua No.

He should be more particular our leader in the van in solemn pro strong Catholic following he would undoubtedly collections: . . .'. 975.68 23, $76; Nellie B. Frink Alachua No.
bout his water supply. command. This is 23, $40; Jettie Futch, Alachua No.
cession to accompany the remains of a very '
democracy to ,their resting place and slender reed and has never beforebeen Total .. .' $2.079.4 23110. ; Dula Wolf Alachua No. 23, >

AH the Republicans of Ohio ire de- when we are engaged in performingthe pleaded in behalf of any canal Less warrants surrendered. 1107.10 $40 Florence Balls Gainesville "No.
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|ermIned to have harmony .fn; the last Bad rights and obsequies, and date exct'pt1n the memorable instance 26, $3.78 J A. H. Spelr. Stroble No. 3t5.3 .

but most of them seem to real- are commemorating her departed virtues ot Chief Justice Roger Brooks Taney. Balance $ 072,3 $\ ; C. I1. Fielding. Orange Height
No. 38, $100; E. I.. Price, Hague No.
its they must fight for it. do not let us forget to recount in whose case it proved fatal Any
48, $60; 51. A. McUae. Kvlnston No.
student of our politic know that WARRANTS ISSUED.
I. the tragic manner of her death so religion
62 $35 Josie Carleton Tacoma No.
They are thinking of naming onef that prosperity shall know that in the is OH thing quite apart from White Teachers. ;
69 $48 K. T. Allen No.
Newberry
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the new battleships Utah. We pre- hour of her brightest hopes ,and most party allegiance, and that any pretense Nannle McIntosh, Fairbanks NoS .
73 $90 Minnie E Lee. Newberry No.
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ae it will always be accompanied alluring prospects determined to end of privilege depending upon
$%0; R. D. Sanders, Jennings Lake
$40 Ada Phllput. Rocky Point
73t :
iy a plurality of consorts her great historic career' she threw church influence must inevitably No.}2. $35; Clara Thomas, Earleton No. 76 $60. Total $1.199.28.

herself upon the poisoned weapon 'oi arouse wide resentment. Conaldt'red'from No. 14, $30; Artie Lowman Cool

Senator Platt says .,he. wishes. to be Federal Centralization, and died of this point of -view, the announce- 3p ing* No. 17. $40; T. J. )Icllf'ath. .Special District' Sundries.

eft alone In order that Ve "may en a self-Inflicted/ wound." silent In The World may be regarde Island[ Grove No. 18, $55; Mary F. ),10Df.'Iatb" 8. F. Burnett. LaCrosse' No. 8, $$6.90;

joy Ute In the flat he.has;taken." The Democratic voter will} have to decide as an attack* oo Ryan' availability Island Grove '"No. '18.' $i3; :T. A J. Vidal Ar Co., dalnesvlllo No. Ie.,

fenator must be pretty much of an these issues before they elect and Although hs'. church connections are F. llclleath. Gainesville No. 26 $l6t): 75c<;; T. F.. McUeath. Gainesville No.

l fotlmlBt after all, Imagine. be can Instruct delegates to the next national not iu"oted ftgalnat him, nor is it clear Gusele Miller. No..26. $6:;; Ellen Wallace 20. $9.SOPho; )March Gainesville

nJ07 (1'fo: in a flat .'. convention and to do*so must Investigate from 'If'anything" revealed In 'The -No. 26. $60; )lrIi. W. P. Ooffey. No. 26. $20; J. H. .tan I.. Gainesville

the arguments 'on' both sides to Wor'la"'texpo8ure. that he la In facta No. 20. $.0; Mrs.V.' S. Cauthon No. No. 26, $6; If. H. McCreary. Tacoma;

Speaker Cannon has been nominal- arrive at a just conclusion )tr. Bryan candidate. If he is in trnth A candidate 29 $40; Serena Shannon, No. 26. $40: No. 69. $e. Total $.&.11S.

M for Presidency by the Republicansf has so clearly stated his case that it' some more substantial grounds Edith Brant. No. 26 $40} Cylla Kennedy It. D. WI EI(8.Cbn. D. P. X.

the :Illinois( Legislature and Fair- is not necessary to repeat it. Senator than those given by The World No. 26. $40; ..Annie DaCosta, No.I Attest: J. L. KKLLKY. Seo. and

anIta has nominated himself and Rayner'0 summary has led. The Baltimore must be found for him to stand upon. 26. $40; Florence Dalis No.. ;26.: $40; Supt. B. P. I.
Oil Cox has nominated Taft. Are Sun to say: The. history of the efforts of die Mabel Sanchez No. 26, $40; Maude -------.---- --'--

it people to have nothing to say 'The discussion of all these theoriesof friends and admirers of Chief Justice Lewis. NO. 26. $25; Orrie Pratt What Florida should have In belt I

bout who they want? government; the suggestion of Sea Roger Brook Taney in the same field Orange Lan, No. 44, $40 .Marie. np1rj GoYernor Is a man of education

retary Root that the constitution be of endeavor in which The World Mann High Springs No. 47. $60; sufficient to use the English language* J I

i The department of Justice. has an. changed: by construction so as to de- now lays Mr. Ryan 1* active, is. commended Emily McWaUrs, High Springs correctly ,and address himself lilt,11 I.

Jounced its intention of ,Instituting prive the States of their reserved to the enthusiastic friends of 47. $40; Mary Hague High NO'j gently to any and all public question

weedtogs in a few days against the rights the Beveridge bill and Mr. toe: ambitious Virginian. No., 47. $35: Julia McCredle./ of State. A man who has been usedto ;

owder trust whose 'head Is Dupont Bryan's doctrines-all these things : Springs No. 47* $35 G. ,v. Freeman. thought study and action along

*e new Senator from Delaware. The have tended to direct public attention It has been settled by+the. party,In Stokes No '04:($50; Jennie l!. Crane, lines of great public moment A mat

fureau of Corporations has bee> bard to questions of policy and constitutional power that Oklahoma and Indian Territory Grove Park Nd. 68, $30; Lottie Teeter. of mental power. A man of publioexperience.

l t work Investigating the operations law which have been dormant are not to come into the' UnIon > Rolling liluff No 8S. $35) Henrietta A man of absolute moral

f this trust for mouths past and almost during this generation. as a State till after the next Dyess, Rocky 1U11 No. 86.: $30: ); Lu character and uprightness, not only;

II discovered that not only has it Such a masterly exposition as that Presidential election, l( then. It I* cretin Bt, Clair Halle No. 87 $30; In Ills own person but In hI. Ideas.A .

powerful. enough to almost com- of Senator Rayner by so profound a purely a matter ot politics. Three or Beecber Rntledge, Tyler No. 92. $35. man who would not debase himselfnor

lately stifle competition but that student of the constitution as be Is, four Democratic Representatives and O. W. Freeman Stokes No. C4. $50; degrade the high office of Govern

P now has the Government; entirely will do much to bring people back to two Democratic Senators are not Nannle McIntosh Fairbanks No. 6, or, or a lower office) of any sort b>f

|tits I mercy and in case of war could the oldFROM path.' wanted at,the capitol, and there are $10; Lila Fraser. Arredondo No. 1, Bribery vote buying, whiskey treat.

-.. fay price that it chosefor the I plenty of good reasons why they will $35; W. B. Dell. Waldo No. 24, $100; lag. or any other lowdown slum

. wder necessary "to the country : ST. AUGUSTINE RECORD. not get there. Fault is found with the Alice Strickland Waldo No. 24, $40; method of gaining political victory!

-tense. Whatever Is the outcome of constitution that Oklahoma has Luella Dell Waldo No. 24. $35; tli fact, a man who will stand the

P1'OJeocution. it is almost-'assured The takes from the reportof adopted. It Is said to bf too Claudia Ambrose Waldo No. 24, $40; peer of any Governor of any State Inhe 4

It the Government will establish the recent Episcopal Convention radical and too hard 'on corpora Mabel Hall, Road Held No. G4. $17.50; Union, whom we shall not b v ;

rte* of 4U own for held In this city as it appeared in ion*. This Is a remarkable complaint Agnes Zetrouer Santa Fe No 25. u,. ashamed of or make pollgle for. '

fT1ee manufacture. The St. Augustine Record is much appreciated from a "tru.tobu.Oneadmlnl.tratloo.. Total 1.627.60.. Is there any such man around beret

and Is published so that the hen It Is claimed that the State ha* Negro Teachers. Let him stand up and show himself*

n. bill lBtrod p people of Gainesville can see what the been Gerrymandered so that It will Orlando Reporter-Star.
Representenxie Wllliant Madison, Hawthorn No. 7
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re Ancient -
) from the
delegates City
: never anything but Democratic./
appropriating $5.000 $25; S. D Wilson, Grove park No. 35. There were) 3,014 breakage of
state of thought of as."Gainesville.- It take a pretty fair sprinkling of
Florida's
:4 great citizen $25; Frank P. Holmes, Me View Nat rails on the principal' railroads In
irutwaan, Stephen R. Mallory was characteristicallylavish voter to Gerrymander' a State In the .., $40; J. C- Jones, Archer No. 9, $25; New York during the three months
et&tu. t0 be "" .'. contrtbttt In her hospitality to the clergy I nrst place;and If this baa been done.
i .v Ida E. Grant, Colman No. 10, $25; ending March 21. Most of the breakages *,
"oostatuary and delegates and to the delegate to which f* Open to question. It I* no' .
' hall will W. C. Page Gordon No 12. $25; 3, ,,ere in rails rolled sine 1"'.
the approval of all Flor dlans. the Woman's Auxiliary which met at I more than what was done In the case:
H. Wilson Newnansvllle No. 14. $2$. which would point to the steel. trust
appropriation the time the council. Through of Ohio and other Staten, but that
will be same as
rare to ,V. A Jonesville
rk pass Rochelle. No. 1&. a. the chief! culprit Ie the tariff pro- :
i4L one of the few the courtesy of Gainesville parish the : wa In the Interest of the other
State not 2.09; C. E. Artaon. Jonesvllle No. 15, tested trust to be allowed, to charge* ;
teL aril then visitors were taken In carriage to the P41rtT.> Anyhow the fate of Oklahoma
place before fl... I C. Rocbelle JonesvlIIe
t ; NoiS i time highest possible price for steel )
peopie of and ail the Interesting I. settled for some time to
come.
the worM State University
'os la the n* "."$; Elf Bowman. Windsor No. I alls and at the same tint manufao
.. apttal: the effigy of her faYOrSte places in and near the city. :The constitution cannot be adopted 2%. two months. $40; If. C. William. tare them more Imperfectly than It-
gtepbea' R. Mallory an'lrinistrl. should& be omitted of without /execntive approval. std It
-Mention not
r was Green No. 29, $25; C. K. DeVaugn redecsor used tot It the tariff
'noa.Mierotativ. of the South fn the magnificent: new Holy Trinity baa been *ett>d by the party leader felroee (2 mouths No. 94. $40; Car- was abolished or reduced so that com

'ed dan so dear to memory. church In which the council held its that this ahaI7 not. be given. He Cblld. Ifslf Moon :ZOo43.. 120; petition would ensue the price of
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W. A. flocbelle.& Wblttaker No. 45, calls would be lowered and the quality;
fsderaeyvtth: uuwervtag faithdsrvotlon. will be one of the finest tJ.maa. Jack DUelers seems to $2.$; Nellie Hughe Ogden No. 49.2S better.

tie ud having repre- coarch edifice In the entire South and baTe net the now finish that eeme* $ : Ella: ,J. Richardson, Liberty Hill ----..-.'.-"-- '- ... -
former SA the Senate lllolT Rev. Francis IL to all men who try to combine thebustoe
batter and Trinity rector. No. f, $25 L A. Ariaoo Mlcanopy No. The shell road now going down b*<
It sat as secretary ot the n&Y7. : CralKh.nl. and his congregation: are toW ** of being geatl.saen' and) S 2, $2$; Anna M. Cannon Freeman (2 tween DeLand aad Dayton will be>

d De think or OU' IrT'Nt congratulated on being able to wer' prtoeflghter! months) No. 3. U d5: J. H. Wilton KwnatwrtJIe a big advertisement for Volusla cxxon

std p'tae4 aD4 tbetr glorious ship In. sdeh chorea ----_._- No. 14 121: W a Williams, ty. Tb..e.. nothing like having a

..er be held tep for the OsJnesrtlfe Las set a metal .......- Only ene mere .week and the 110:. 0..... No. to. $25 O. IX Wilson. J ra. progressive board, of county eommis

sad -.1aUoa of suceseTassrla ard nnesraalled' trj may' other (own of **.*fam ** the Florida Legislator .will salem. No. )2. $25; Susan D Wilson, toner..*. AlAcbua f* building 'hard' ;

Tribaaae. .city in Florida." be tUtery- erusaJem .No 32. $29* Nellie. n..MII, road ..1110.Ic .


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THE GAINESVILLE SUN MAY 27, 1907 7

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E 210 Jt East Gainesville . .. .. 4 10 20 t
BACK TO GEORGIA. I A CLEVER POE3& i BUD Brown . . . COO1m,.lclng 100 ft E of Nw: cor ot
"t lot 3 "Langley's l addition. Galnes111 -

Whit Man. Accused of Larceny Aft'r ,. *, run 8 95 ft W 90 ft N 95 ft,
Tom E. McBeath Made a Clever Hit at Entertainment Last Week. K SO ft to beginning. . . . . .. 4 10:0
Trust Taken to Seen of Action Martin. Brown. ... . . N tt Tract NlandlSQGose.E and tes
r W. C. Mixoa., the white man *'h( W by 200 ft Addition -
him been living peaceably with hlj,, The Sun has already: contained mention of the fact that the {JuniorClass Gainesville . . . . . . ... 9 10 20

for more thaa of1 the Gainesville Graded and High School entertained their $*tassea S. M. Boaskins. . . . DUe 6 New Gainesville . . .... .4 10 20 0 4 I2
family near Gainesville nand friends at the home of Prof. and Mrs. Ton McBeath on Friday: "en.Inl' Chandler Beal. .... . . Lot-4" B 4. fl 1 and lot 6, B 5. Rl.
year. and who war arrested bj" of theJHlst week. : ,' : Dolg & Robertson add Gainesville 4 10 20 lest
Sheriff Fennell Saturday night upoi R. f Mo Jordan Brown. . . . Lot 4, B 15 Bole '. sub-division... 32 9 20
Tbe program was one of unusual merit but.the poem of Tom : 1 I
a Charge preferred by Georgia .au.tnorW. ., Lucy Brown.. . .. . Com 133 ft N of Se cor of B 23.
Death, which Is overflowing with wit and good burner Is especially worthy Brush's Addition Gainesville run
.. for larceny after trus.W'a.s ,
of merit and after considerable persuasion tbe author has permitted Its publication N 66 ft. W 660 ft, S 66 ft. E 660

taken Thursday afternoon to Georgia' which is as follows: A ft to beg. . . . . . . . . .... ...;.. 5 102C 'U
where. It Is said he 1* guilty. ',' ( * J. W. Chiles . ... . . Com at Se ,cor of A. J. Cone's lot
An officer came from Georgia to. JUNIOR CLASS POEM. THE CLASS OP. '08. .' in B 21 Brush's Addition "Gainesville ",
the prisoner back to the would this Connection:' ?'. run W 343 ft to the point of
accompany Kind friends I'm glad to greet you, but *ay In
beg then N 161 ft. W 270 It. S 161
scene of his alleged crime. Mr I wasn't born a poet, but was made one by election. f.,,f '" ft E 270 ft to beg In Blk....28,

Mixon bat been living: within three, So, pass by my imperfection and for errors do not hunt .. .1. Brush's Addition .Gainesville.; ,. .'. 5 10 20 '

miles of Gainesville, where. be bai And :your sympathies extend me while I1 do my, little.stunt 't J. A.Cox:........... ..Lot 16 Miller's Survey . .,;. ..... 82 9 20 4.aawmia.m .IJ

beer engaged In farming, for the Which Is, on your mental camas to draw you, while you" wait \*. Coldham. .. ... Lot 19 of B 14, Meadow's plat. ... 32 9 20 I.CI
,. S of Ne cor of B 27.
I' 'James Carolina . Com 234 ft
past :year or more. }i6 has always A true and faithful picture ot the Class Of 1908. Brush's Addition Gainesville run

been peaceable And law-abiding here, S50ft.W150ft.N50ft. E 150 ft

and his friends are under the impression There's an even dozen of U.. If :you reckon us by number; to beg . . . . . . . . . .r.'. ... B 10 20 ii

'; that there most be something But should you wish to count us as the millmen measure lumber W. L. Denham... ... .. Com at Se cor of Swearlngen's.lot.
C. 215 ft N I
Huff sub-division, run ,
wrong in his arrest. His family are It may: strike you as peculiar-may even make you laugh= .. .1k A ,, > ": 150 ft. W 215 ft S 150 ft. .'.... .. 4 10 20 10l

till on the farm near the city. But as told by size we're only just eleven and a half; C* .*., J. M. Deas.."........ Beginning 80 ft N of Se cor B 15 |

While as regards our gnder--and perhaps that's why we shine \t.. Brush's Addition Gainesville, run ,
To Our Friends and Patrons.. So Very: very brilliant-we are- two-thirds feminine. N 80 ft W 100 ft S 160 ft. E50 ,
ft. N SO ft. E 50 ft to beg ...,:, 6 10 20
15JJ j
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Since making our announcementthat And so, without more preface half In earnest, half In fun V, -
F. E.du Pont de j
we would close our banking bust. I'll trot them out before :you, and present them one by one. Vemours Powder. Co. Powder, magazine and wash hole

,ness to take effect on June 16th. 1907, In S. cor of Gainesville N. % --

we? have sold our building, fixtures First of all comes Bonnie Bessie with her tall and queenly: air .' Tract B 1, R 1, Goss's Addition
'I -- 'Gainesville. . . . ... . . .. .. .. .. 2(7
and, Vaults to W. R, Thomas G. J(. Who leads her class as naturally as some girls bang their hair;
N &
. ft S
... lJtt *e...... . : Lot 35 ft e & W by 52V4
Broome II. F. Dutton, C. W. Chase Who takes to mathematics as a kitten takes to milk, .*< : In NwcorofN34ofN % of the

? J. JL VIdal, 8. J. Thomas and J. V. But who, everywhere you take her Is just as fine as silk. : 1% 'acre In Ne cor of 4 acres conveyed

Padgett, well-known. business) men In to Mary Story in S % of. 32 9:0 JjJolua
...... subdivision of E
vuke. Flynn's
Lot 24 In
vv.
this city and county, who will organizea And next"'comes Kate our sunbeam, a regular little fairy % ot B 5, Brown's Addition Gainesville

banking company to be conducted Who never borrows trouble, but who's always bright and merry.tfut . . . . . . . . . . ... . B 10 20 6.21
in this building. In order that there the w tshe can crib answers and also, when she wishes A. M. Endel....*... . Lot McCarroll's plat Gainesville... 5 10 20 lot

may be no discontinuance of the bank. Get all around her teachers, Is a sin to little ft.hes.She's George Ellis... .. .:. Lot 17, B 28 & lot 18. blk 21.
Bueler Ellis..... ... .. Brush's Addition to Gainesville as
Ing business in this building, we have authority on history. And In Latin reads 'em some
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Denton Ellis... .. per plat on record Book A. Page
decided to continue our business 'until But her specialty's the science and the art of chewing gum. ,.i Lewis Ellis... ... . . 71 . . . . . . . .... ... . ... ... BIO 20 921
tbe organization of the new company Paullrie Mcllvalne . .. Lot 17, B 28 & lot 18 B 21, Brush's

and 'we respectively ask our friends I *Tha next Is Lena She's our pride our.model little woman; Maggie McClellan.,. .. Addition Gainesville, year 1905.. .. 6 10 20. lit
r & lot 18. B 28.Brush's .
and patrons who have so kindly done She can write like Lucy Larcome and read Latin like a Roman; Lot 17. Addition B 28 Gainesville year

business wltb us to continue their She's a favorite with her teachers, and always does her work 1904 . . . . . . . . . . .i . .. .. 5 10 20 Sej
business' with the bOW firm. It will With diligence and patience, and was never known to shirk.: Lot 17 B 28 & lot 18, i> 21..Brush's

be' managed by wise. and conservative But once Just get her rattled-O Jordan's stormy Strand! i '" Addition Gainesville year 1903.. B 10 20 SSSFlnley
} Mrs., 8. y..... R 5 44 ft E
} Lot In Nw %, B 6. ,
bawl beat tbe band.
business men whom we bave known She can surely tune up for you'and to jo. '
N & Dole & Rob
t &W by 100 ft S.
,. In business way for years, and we s : ertson's Addition to Gainesville. . 4 10 20 22.05
f bespeak. for them a liberal patronage.As The next In line Is Mattle B., to all her classmates dear; : Willis Floyd.......... Com C5 ft Eo f Ne cor of crossing

advised in our circular letter of She's just our good big sister, and we all look up" to her; I of N 7th street & West Columbia

the ISth, all checks will be paid with She stands high in our opinion, six feet; but that's not aU, : street, run E 50 ft. N 100ft. W 50
ft. S 100 ft to beg In B 8, Brown'sAddition
out' interruption and certificates of She's every bit as good and kind and true as she I. tall. to Galn 1lYUle... . . ... .. 4N

deposits redeemed with Interest, on I W. H. Gordon: .'....... s "S lot 15. B 4, R 1, Roper's Addition -

n, ,presentation. I There's Annie next, ourbeauty; and we challenge any class to Gainesville . . . .. .. 4 10 20 '.vt
Ada M. Griffin. ..1. .. com at Nw cor ot lot 12 In S %
II. F. DUTTON & COMPANY. To show a better looker; for there never was a glassFlashed
I ot . . . .. . . . . . . . . ._.. 32.
Way: 22nd. 3007. back a prettier picture when the softest light was o'er It, \ Run E 600 ft, 8 140<< ft W 600 ft..
Than she sees in her mirror when 'she smiling stands before it.I) \ N 140 ft InGate . 32 920 291
{ Epworth League Social. Jut I wouldn't have you thinking all her good points go to looks City Coffin Col..com at Nw ccor4lot 2, B.12MIUer's ,

The Senior Epworth League of the The class has not a member that Is brighter In her books. > .. \ .Survey of 8 ,,; . ....... . .. ..... .32 >9> 20
First Methodist Church held an en.jO'able Run E 600 ft. S 140 ft. W 600 tt.

lawn fete at tbe home of N 140 ft, to beg; being part of'lot
The next is Mattle May a girl as good as gold all through; X2, B 12 of said Miller Survey.. .. 32 9 20 >.*>*

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett Thursday She's studious, kind 'o sober, but loyal, firm and true Mariah K. Hall.. .... Com at Sw cor of N % B 3. Brown's

evening, which was highly enjoyed, And will someday 'walk a woman amid the world's great crowd Addition to Gainesville ran E 150

and at which delicious refreshmentswere Of whom her high school classmates will 'vermorevbe proud. ft' N 225 ft. W 150 ft., S 225 ft.

nerved. There" were a number to beginning . . . . . . . . .... .. 9.S>
and all expressed themselvesas 1. KetUewell..... . . Lots 4, 5. 14, 36 Vltch's Addition to
present
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There's Gladys next a Northern rose transplanted to the South; Gainesville . . . . . . . . . .. 9 10 20 SO
being highly pleased. You'd hardly think that butter would melt within her mouth; F. F. Morgan .. .. . Lot 19 Hill & Lasslter's Addition to

She's sjch a mild say-nothing, so timid and demure Gainesville . . . . . . . . . .. 4 10 20 1SSI
Indigestion. E. E. Marsh.. ..... Lots 68 and 69. Fallfleld. Elliott &
That she's got tbe rabbits ffo.de4-but don't you be too sure!
L'Engle's Addition to Gainesville. 33 9 20 331
Its heart
With
i.. companions, burn Just mention to her chummier how reserved she is. and shy ,I W S. Munroe .... .. W 'Ai Elk 3RL&lot2BIk4IL

.flatulence torpidity of the liver constipation Then watch 'em kind 'o giggle and wink the other eye! V. 1* Goss's Addition to Gainesville.'. 9 10 20 33
.'r'' palpitation of the heart, High Point Furniture

poor blood, headache and other nervous ' Company . . ,...... E % of :Ei4 lot 2. B 3 Brown's Ad-
And last ot all the sisters-bwt only least In that
sallow skin foul dltlon to Ualneavllle ., . . . . 6 10C 3.11
symptom
There's barely fifty Inches twixt her shoe-heels and herhatIs Wade Howard ;... .. Lot 51, Blk .3. Brush's Addition to .
offensive breath and legionof
tongue a Helolse, our brilliant and winsome little hiss . . . . . . . . .". .. 20 Z.MR
t other ailments. Is at once the most Who masters all her studiesand bosses all her class.She's H. Harper..... .... Gainesville: : H B 7 In 8% . . . .. 82 .19 20 t/J
widespread and destructive malady T. R. Hunt........... Lot 41. Hill's Addition to Gainesville .
lightning calculator and tell to
a can you a minute. .
among the American people. The Her in E % of E U of Se 'Q. lessFaraby
When she sees a bag ot peanuts just how many there are In It. lot of J. E. hardens 80 ft by 125 ft 32 9:0 H-U
bins treatment will cure all these Hawkins.. ....
> Lot 3. B 2, R 6, uoss's Addition to
troubles. boo bottle. Sold by W. M. Tbe boys come next. There's Jasper who though, as you all know. Gainesville . . . . . . . . . .. 9 10 20 *..1
Johnson. Would never take a premium at a first-class beauty show .Florida McCray. ..... . Lot 1C. Blk B, Thomas sub-division

... Is a sturdy, staunch good fellow, and for all he keeps it,dark. of W % B 5, Brown's Addition to
GaJnesVllle . . . . . . . . . .. B 10 20. Ht
High up on Fame's white pillar intends to make his mark; Sam McDonald....... Lot In extreme Sw cor. . . . . .33 9 20
1 Who though he may not get there first, when he. decides to try 150 ft. N & S by 200 ft E & W. ... 33 920 W*
J. A. McDonald.. ..,..
will Lots 1 to 98. Inclusive except Iota
You can set It down as certain, get there by and by.
68 and 69, to Marsh Elllatt & L'En-
*' / glee Addition Ito Gainesville ..... 33 92* 1414
There's ,Douglas with a tendency tQ project: wltb machines 'Richard Roes......... Six a
And a turn for electricity and who most surely means Com at Se cor . . . . . . .. .... .4 10 20
Some day to beat Marconi, and snatch the wreath of fame Ron N 630 ft, W 420 ft, S 630 ft. fj|

From off the brow of Edison to deck his own fair name. Julius ft-bl n.OI1.......:E Com 420 at rt.s'w'ror'of: VoVconVe'yedlbya

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and B.< Wynn to Ida Avera. runNSOftE62ftS80ftW62.ft
And then there's model Wiley as timid as a rabbit; ( '. .
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Who hasn't as we know of.. one single lone bad habit to beg . . . ..?.. .... ... ....... 33 920 *
And who If life Is spared him. will some day never fear James Raney...,>....... Com. at Se cor ot crossing of N

Climb high up Fortune's ladder as a civil engineer. '* Arrendondo and West boundry
street run S 106 ft. E 62: % ft. N
EVERY HOUSEWIFE thoold boy'an 106 ft. W 62V4 ft to beg; In B 24. .
IMPERIAL HELIMIEATINQ FLAT- Then make up the dosen-or to speak with more precision Brush's Addition Gainesville .... 5 10 20 "'
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lRO Economical and Practical. It I'm what you have left over after making this division.So Same as above for year GL 1905.. *sw;!
Same as above for :year of 1904..
saves Its eoi In a short time, Frankie SneU.... ....,Block: 5 and two branch lots adjoining -
here we before the pick of all the State. fO *
are you same on E, side not num-
W. E. BROWN there's nothing that can match u.. Tbe Class of 19081 bered. Ingram's Addition to Gainesvllle .

"And after graduation, whatr O, we'll have no time to tarry:"\ .... . .. .. . . ....... ... ... 4 1020 14.1

Archer Florida.1ryJ Each boy will have. to hunt. a Job; each girl, a man to marry A.P.Stuckey,Tntee. Com at Nw of J. M. Hallom's 40
... acre Tract lot of W. A. Colclough.,
. lying south of S. W
-- -- -' -- - -' -- A. L. RR. and
of A. C. L RR. then 'run N 54 degrees.

TAX W 420 ft. S 36 decreeE 240
t NOTICE. ft. N 64 degrees, E 363 ft; then N J tH
20
170 ft. W 215 ft. In Sw Gainesville 8 10
__________ __ v lnena.T.aJ.Y'... .. 8i' B 2. R 6, Ooss Addition to Ul

Notice !. hereby given ,he\.'b. following described lands situated lying Gainesville . . . . ... . ... ..... 9 Jf 0:0
I J. A. Williams..... ...
Lot 50 ft by 100 ft In Nw cor lot
aDd being in the City of Gainesville, In the County of Alachus,Slate of Florida
U. D .. n
1 Roper' ..Addition to
l I will be sold at public auction, In front of Ibe Coors lion'. door oa Monday, Gainesville'. . . ... . ..... ..... 4 10 20 sJf
I ani day of June A. D. 1007 at Galoeivllle. Alsohna county Florida, or so W. E. Webb.. .. . .... Prom a point 309 n 9 In. west of .

much as will be oeotstsry to psy the amount doe the City of Gainesville for Se cor of . . ... . ... . .... ... 32 *
taxes for the fear IK4 herein opposite. to tbe same together with the cost Run N 105 It to Nw corner of Mrs.C. .
B. Williams lot for the point of
or sale and advertisement. T. B. ELLIS, Tax Collector. of begin ,then continue N 105 ft

'_'_ --- : -_' .7-= '':'--- -:::: E IS.% ft. then S along west aScleor

.. l .tL Jb University street as now ex- 11..O
:' INKR turf '.4-' : ' : Leaded 105. W 'et (, tt.to be=....
HMKmM mt row I
tilt '' near' WlWam. .. . Lot 2 D 4
R a. Caws
1' ; ; AddlUoQ to U'
10:0
>JOXt 710tfoe. NAME.tDRBCRIFT'ION., ., ---yO Gainesville .% ,
'I'Ii kilix Sarah Aadersoa. . .. 8w u lot S leas lots .
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i g I"fr ,,' ",,,"t ; ');'' I ; \ 11ro.-u. Lancle'a sold to &JI
Addition
j \ JAC1tSONVILLt, FLA. ,J '" : too 10 10
'h. GamMTlne .. .............. .......... 4
.,.. $. >i8saee..r".r''''' Com 2Q n.s, cat a. s.Vo71e._ w.. ssd -
TLLS s$3 t' ;jL" .; > ;. na S 4 e1latn. .
-1e west S.eirls. .
C.lfa .NtMraetl; ..r.,. 'riM's. easy'...... .. '
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1'HE GAINESVILLE SI' N : MAY 27 1U07

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I NOTICE OF ELECTION. *\ 'S IiXMJ \.t.UI.IC..Th'N.
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TuURSD y'S\Y RK An election will be held at the Bell lADdOfflns at tlulne.vtlle. ..,... :

school house In the Deli School IH..- A. I.nlNotte I, | J7iOTU ,
r R'1 I*hereby riven thu m "lUpllaaoe
trlct ot Alachua county Florida on
CAPITOL with tbe prov talon* or. tbat nf t'oatv.sut
STATE June 1ft. 1907. for the lets,
AT Saturday. purpose JOse S. entitled nu u< -r the sale of
of determining whether or nut dmberlatd.in u.e nisi -< or > .HfomU, Ors.
Co.. Nerada. a. d Wantetnui Territory."
said district shall be re-established asa M
tended to aU tbe i.uullo land. State by
of Importance 4,tf \G special tax school district, for the '"f A ica., .. IIJIPS Nicholas J BarrN of New s.e5
Jany Measures changing of the boundary lines of errv. oouaty of ....I.. bu.. S..te of Florida,
the election ot three trua bra for day Sled la this ottee his worn stair
Some With Opposition. same for meet No 609, for ihs tmrobit. of tbe H* r-4
Passed I tees therefor and for the purpose of ni fs..Ko.. lota TP. No.to S R. N... is K awl
FIRST AND LAST I determining the rate of mlllage to be will offer proof to show that the land aou bt to
ARE BUSY assessed and collected therein for thenext more valuable for Iu Umber or atone tbao for
HOUSES agricultural rwtr| BOTH ,- succeeding two years thereafter C"tw to said Und before Metffotcr and Ke>
--- -1Ths ;P StunD BRAND SROf$ l. i I Polls will be open at 8 o'clock and eeiver' at uaiaeartlt. tl-, on Tburaday: the
Now Rushing to Ith day of ...... linffUe '
Lloislature Is \ close at sunset- The following named name aa wlkaeaaen, ROT Langford. ".

Large Number Of persons hare been. appointed Inspect- L*wtal iPc ford. flat Ntpper. \ a Nipper!
D..po'. of the 01'11 of said election: J. Williams. allot Newberry. M*.
In an En. Mean made to all who :. \' Any and aU i rwfna elalinlAS advercel/*
Bills In Consideration, $ $ W. A Bryant, J. A. Ward, one of ..bav .de orft>*4 land are requested te filo

Extra Session.The ". whom shall act aa clerk. their. claim In thla<< oftloo on or before aald Orb
Deiv0r to Avoid an, buy or wear them. In style By ,order ot Board of Public Instruction lay of June ltT .
IJd .
.
notwithstanding reso- ": this the 7th day of May A. HKNRYS: 011 nan Ke
Senate adopted, has not ret begun ease and durability, .Shield Brand Shoes" D. 1907. R- B. WEEKS. NOTICE son PL'UWCATJON.
Chairman Board Pub. Instruction. .
lltlons
toe the mark of ,
but
sewlons, though a strong perfection. Attest: J. i... KELLEY Sec. and Supt. Land<< omo. Oalbaavtll.. .,Is.,

Successful effort was made Thursry BOLD BY RBL.IftBL.B MERCHANTS ONLY t' NotieeI.hereb, riven shnalio eomeltssos l

to enforceS NOTICE OF ELECTION. with the
to adjournment provisln.ofthesoofCongreaof
orlor M. C. K'ISER CO. Manufacturers. June B. mft entitled 'An set for the sale of
resolution. The House. bowerer An-electlon will be held at the Road. timber Und. In the Htnt a ..f California. Orgoii. *-

its three sessions a day Thurs-: ATLANTA CA. field school hones In school District extended. -a sal the\\, ahtiintrton land ;rf'*a '
rmhllo
bePD .
No, 54; of Alachua county Florida on at AuiruKt. vw. William u. Hai.. of trier?
4&1. Saturday. June 16. 1907. for tbe purpose reedy 9Alachua\ 81'it* of Florida, has thtaav
The new drainage bill of Senator of determining whether or not flied In tW om.,. ol. Attorn &tftt1leDI No. I
the ordeal of AO4. for the purohn* of the N 14 of N. t-4 of
which passed aid district shale be created a special
Crane IMt"UIQ No 4 in 1'OWII"'hll'" No AH HnrNo. r
reading Thursday baa, with tax school1 district for the election Is K, and will offer vrool to show tbil the
ewuj of three trustees therefor and for the laat500555 It nor vaiunhi I for Its timber or a
author
the
I amendment offered by I tune than for airrloultural
I.urpo.et and to
its of. the of
determining
purpose rate tatellKh bbl oUtto to auld land tx tt.rtatv i
j been engrossed I i 9'a. m. Roll call. Quorum present LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.PETITION nlllage to bo assessed and collected and Receiver at lsln.sril'r| Fla; 1)r:1 Ibura" *
| The House adopted a resolution InItroducei herein for the next succeeding 'two day, tb*oth day of Jun. ior.
Prayer by chaplain. .. H* names a* wltn"K.e .
by Mr. Reese of KucamblaI I years thereafter. Polls will open at ,",vl1Kta. ** J. Ow'nnT. *'. bleco tUtr! all oft
I the course of the trusI Following resolutions. were Intro- FOR ELECTION.To I 8 o'clock and close at sunset. The .
commending duced. -"- following named persons have been Anjr sad an parsons rla'mlrur adv.nily'> tbs '
I the Internal Improvement fund the Board of Public Instruction: I ..>x>traor1bd lands are requested to HI*
of
appointed of said election
tees '! House resolution No. &0. by Mr. Inspectors : heir 'Mlatm In this ones on or baforv saId OLe
I In contesting the suits. of the railroad We, the undersigned taxpayers and I 'I' F. Owens J. I.. Jameson fi. W. IS.rot June IU.
Harvell of Santa Rosa-Relating to voters residing In the Wllleford Special pi HENRY. CHUUll.
and land grant companies for- I Roberts. one of whom shall act as Reaistef
[ custody of bills; adopted. School District' No. 88. petition clerk. I tr h

swamp and overflowed lands. I your honorable body to call an election By order" ot Board of Public In NOTION or APPLICATION FOR TAX '
House resolution No. 91, by >Mr.
unanimously passed In accordance 'with the
law and
The House traction this 7th day of bray A. D. DEED UNDER SKCTIOX s OF CUAPTKlt4XIW.
Senator Cone's bill providing that the Reese of KscamblaRelatlng to at a time suitable to yourselves for 907.. R. B. WEEKS. LAWS Or KLOIUDA. i

I Education deed to the swamp and overflowed lands of State the"purpose of changing the boundaryot Chairman Board Pub. Instruction.
of
state Board Notice hereby liven u'Ja.v.. Rlandln,
} for educational commending course of trustees. ot Internal said district, for tbe election of Attest: 'J. L. KELLEY Sec and Supt. \ll'CIhall4l' of Ta OertUtaat N*. ass, 4ate>| t ,
of Lake City pur- three trustees and for the .
dt> purpose of - ------- the Its day of Ar-rll A. U. I' baa mJ ,
[ poses the old State University property ..Improvement fund In. fighting naming the mlllage to be assessed; said oarlUtcate la my oiflee: sad Snug wade ap4 -
I NOTICE OF ELECTION.An natloa for las deed to lotus In aooonlanoewltb
suits for adopted.
appropriating $16.000 to beI lands said district to embrace the following
and law Said eertUeat "embraces the fol
I paid to the city of Lake City, which t tII House "folnt resolution No. 656. f byMr. described territory to wit: election will be held at the Tacoma owing described l>roi<.rtr Ituatedln. Al.*"bitaounty .
All of Sections 23. 26 27. 28 29 school bones, In the Tacoma o tlorida, loch:
j to give a receipt In full for all ".' Taylor ot Gadsden-Relating to DI'trlcE. S w 1-4 ot H w M sod WttatRi'teygwf4
SO, 31, 32. 33, 34, 35. and 36. Township ?. School on Saturday June IB 5"0. 86. TP. I0 S? K I"-'AI).or...
I claims In connection with the University taxation; placed on calendar of bills Range 15; also all of Sections L 2, 907.. for the purpose of determining! The sail land belnjt aa..eMed .l the date of P

$ against the State. on second reading. 3, 4, 5, 6. 1. 8. 9, 10., 11, 12, 13. 14, whether or not said district shall be Ike Jnknuwn.Ualeiu faMuane. ol suck rtitlaae la $b* B.BB.O(: ;,

: I House bill No. 557. by Mr. .Faulknerof 1C. 16, 17. 20 21, 22, 23. 24, 25, 26 enlarged as a special tax school dlsrlct .said" eertlfloate ahallb redveuecl ..>
PROCEEDINGS. 27. 28. 33, $4. 35 and 38 Township 8. for the election pf three trus- lOTttlnir 1o law,tea d 'b..I Issue tbertvd oa
SENATE :Relating to charter of Range 15; also all of Sections 1. 2. 3. tees therefor, and for the purpose of be rddy ot June.odiolal.A. *)?.

Tbe.Senate was called to order at town of Perry; passed' under waiver 4. 9. 10. 11 and 12. Township 9; Range determining the rate of mlllage to be ha Whhs.Ut 0.> rur of May A l l ulirnntu> T.H. sod_ seal} thus

i I a. m.. President Harris In the chair'and of rules. 15; also ot Sections 19. 20 and 21 as essed and collected therein for the \ I. 'VEaiES.: :
I Township 8 Range 1C. next succeeding two years thereafter.Polls ,1/1 Clerk Ctwult Court Alaajiua Co.. ."..
a quorum present. I Senate bill No. 378 by Mr. Cone- Very respectfully will open at 8 o'clock and close

In the regular order there were no Requiring the deeding of University B. L. Flowers. J. F. Ward. J. R. at sunset. The following named NOTICE or ArpucATtdN1 van TAX

I new resolution or: bills Introduced j ja lands and appropriation ot $15.000 to Thomas D. II. Salter. persons have been appointed Inspectors DKRU UNDER: KOT1ON I or CUAPTKB: '

( conformity with the notice given city of Lake City was taken up and. Note-The above petition will be of said election: J. W ChamberIn. lass. LAWS pr FLOKIDA. fc. ,

! Wednesday, Senator Adams moved presented to the Board of Public Instruction W. J. Ward Wm. Burcb ono of Notloa U hereby shrub that Jno. IX Teeter '
read a second time on motion o( Mr. of Alachua whom shall act as clerk. tHirohaaar of Tax 'Cartlnoate: No ins.oated .
i th&t the Vote be reconsidered by i county. Florida I th* aryl day of July, A T), 1W has,
j Knight of Columbia. Mr. Willis of IJy order of Board of Public Instruction ,
I at the meeting to be held An June tiled aald orrtlUcatn ta my ones. ana bas
which was adopted an amendment Levy objecting to anything looking 15. 1907. this the 7th day of May A. mad apt lloatl.ia tar lax deed '0'1.* laarvtMtlanr

I to tbe Knight (of Citrus) Increased I D. 1907. R. B. WEEKS. with law Said ovrtlnott em
State
toward establishing another itaoea tb* followlrur d_'Mb' Chairman Pub Instruction.
S salary bill, providing that such increase I' school Mr. Knight.' Mr. Wells and )fr. PETITION FOR KLKOTIOX. Board u.."" .., In Alaohua ('"..nt.. florid. t..w,( f-
Attest: J. L. KULLUY, Sec and Supt. N I I'lut! Sw .1-4 of N* I I.t VV. of U. U.It.*..
be not effective until 1909, or ji I&ttlr j Knight of Citrus. called attention to To the Honorable Board of Public Intlruolfoa :a, To HIM H. n.Tbe .
of At&t'bua County. Ft*.t ; aald iaiMt helctr a*.*..1Id al the date of '
i the expiration of the terms \of' the clause requiring a receipt In full We. the UDdel'li\a'D.\ voters ..n ! the nreseot incumbents of these hMtair In the Uoabell. Hixelal IJUtrtc and In of bu.na' Cbroalstwr''
from the city of ,Lake City. Mr. Wellsof In the Circuit Court IttirMh JiMloUl CJraultAlacbua I
Vnl.ss aid shall bfI .... ..
eerurnste rd eel
territory deilrtair to become a> part thereof, : '" *
ChatterrrUlUa '
County. 1'lurldr-Jn
flc On roll call the motion to Leon thought It would be the right petition your honormbl. body to can, .o .J '. ; WlUlam .<<. Newton WUllanu-DI- eortflnu to law lx deed l will /Iwiua tn.ri/n rVVItnem .
Uon la rrordane with the law, and at time lb. act day or June, A. H. Is'r.
;' der the tote was lost 13 to Of'1 a Order of PjbllOiUoo.It .
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thing to put Lake City In shape to aeoeptaM'to' ywur,eire', for the t"urr>oM of yucca tar ,,inal..l .aUaatur sad Mat ibis
Sc ator Beard then moved Establish a good private educational ehauvtnx' Ube boundary of sold territory and appearing by amdaTlt appended to the bin tbs let Uy of M.y A. U loaf
for th. .l xnlon of three iru.V fcrnrxl tbs I ftlM l In the above aiated uauan tbat N.. ten M.t ttlaNfLS: '
r> .;>onemeut of the bill. Institution. The bill was read third purpo.. nf namlDHT the milltui Wllllama. tbe defendant taereln named ,. a Pd_Clnik C'lroult Oviurt Aiacbua. Oa 'a. ,
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AC. ji rained the point of order that \% a petition your honorable body to. fmldent of the Mtate of Florida Ibat said
. tlme and was passed yeas 49. nays 0 In Mild dUtrliM the following described term defendant has been absent' for more thensl1t1v NnTlolC OF Pl.tOATIONr r run TvXPRKU .
thi; bill was not under consideration tory towli: AH of "&. Itt. I" SA tl.2t. days next iweoedliur Ibis Order nf PuhU.atSnend 'o
|I House bill No. 108. Chickamauga S3 Srt ST. S<*' 20. SO, ; 8* ftJ"t" Bad 8ft. sad la ooneeallax himself so that aervloe olnbpoena UNDER KFA1T1OS: a O9 IIAPTKH: tit
but Imply on reconsideration of vote. monument. Renate amendment Increasing lob.V wt h.lt of Medians IS ft. .V and W. alt oonnot be/ mad upon liloi and! 40. LAWS or FLORIDA
The pre ICiil ruled the point notwe |j i In Town"hlp 10 Kanir. Tl Kalwi: t.ot.I and SMo.'s I. over the as. ot twentf' xie y.srslII I
appropriation from $10,000 '". Ixivy arrant: alao cotton* t. S. 4. II. to therefore ordered test said resident I Nodes.la berehytiveni5s/Jnd.W Uluadlar.
:J 1 taken and roll call was ordered |{I U. II. 14. 23 a< d Townahlp II ....".... 91 K.; defendant be and herebye'tulred vronaer of Tat C.rtlJIll!), 1% daed .
I to $15,000. AflE'r'aome discussion sate all of Scctioua, : 6 S. T. S 1 11\ IT 1W and SO. to appear to b.1wl" Of Co o- the sad cta" of Jub*. A I). 1t1'1I. b...
and the bill was Indefinitely po tIK. concurred. Townahlp II. Range a0 KII. :. plaint flied In said .aune on or bafure Ud said eertlfldale In my offio. uad. boa

:'d by vote of 20 to 11. I I the House O Zetrauer J. K FetMlrr. J A. Tueher.O Monday. the and day of Ju... A. D. !11111' nutd plloatlon wltb I law.for ta Maid. r1ed srtlao.s..w tn Issue 14a.sordssoa
Grill O Tht ln. K K. Turner. T. V. O tbe slleIrstlon.or salt trill will betakes
Senate bill No. 3-t. by Mr. ri> l'srry. A.
-o I
braeea tb* fotlowlmr deawtltoed .
R I riM>* .altuaied -
nate bill No. 211 by Mr. CraneAm -* Thlapia Wen TUlmaa A J. K .. .,. W. IX by said def.nds5ile rtr
Providing for" a State geologist was .. further ordered tbat this order be pub In Alaebua oounty. rlorwta. towlti/ +
TiUman A. A Vetrouer J Robert SUttrouer,
.
>ndtog Section 2972. general stat- ] Nw 1-4 of ass 1-4 sea Ile. Tx 10 e.,. M. U-.
lobed onoea week for four oonaeeutlve w.ersIs .
.
Jr. C O. L J. H. $
In full and ont the calendar ) "a. Uurthr Owens. T. J. ....*..
c' routing to dockets to be kept by read placed 1'rrrir O II. Kell y. J. S Coulter W. The.ualne* IUe Hun. a newspaper purr '
1 be aatd land
better assessed the
: rttr. Irt Ht. at dale of
; : ; Inhed said,f ounty and te.lT
.
ter 11.-U.
+j1::"lees of the peace read second I 200 copies ordered printed. Z8trouer.Uilen Zetrouer TAU afar M >r. 'I>* Uauaneofau n .*rtlfl.at* In She saw

tic:. and ordered engrossed Senate bill No. 101 by Mr. Hum ttatm-The) above petition wilt be presented A true a.Bony U WlKNtiKH.ot nriirtnal.Heal Clerk. Circuit Court. 0'Uole.Anna. dark sail eertlflitat shell b* ,.dlt...... p;
{ tl* tb. Hoard of I'ablla In.truolloa of AUcbua aaaoniinn surf, tag lord will Uu
to county uniformity 1 ) CMrtr Clmult CourVH ibereon
The hour for the special order havtof IhrleRelatlng county, FlmIda. at the inecuoir to be hell un U. MAbONlSmllolwr; for UunWs/aunt.I/ on i b* and day of June. A. D IW ,
arrived, this order being Senate 'of text.booplaced oifc. calendar June a, iwrr. Wlu r...* my ofllelal .l natur ana seal Ibis, t
\be Utdar 01 Me). A. I*.
till No. 421, by Mr. Crane known as without reference. NOTICB or AHPUOATIOM roM TA 2 H.14. VriKWaB'/:
NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX pd CI.rk Clreul. Court Alaebua,. Jn .
the drainage bill The bill was read Senate bill No. 429, by Mr. Mo DEED ONDEK 8EOTION S Or CIIAi'rEI4s. ___ -'- .
PEED UNDER 8F.OTIOX 9 or
OH A ITCH
'.h
fa full the second time_ Senator Creary-Relating to charter of Gaines 4W8.( LAWS or FLORIDA .. LAWN or rtoniDA NOTICE Or APPUOATION' bolt TAX: ; :

Adams In the chair, and a number of ville. Passed under. suspension of Motloe hereby tires that W. 8. nroorao.BurabaMtr . Notice. purebaaer to hereby then! that A. J. DaCoata.rruatee. ST.eertinoate 4 DICED...., LA\V UNIWH:or HKCTION swnwANethea I Or CIIA1TW, ,.',,
ofryTaiUerne/n.a.Sl.Nd.
amendments! offered The bill was I rules. of Tax CertlflaatM No. ... d.fed t b_ 6thA s!bf N_
dated the ":l4.aWoI september.. A. U.JKWI In ntr offloe, ,fat bus mad t>pllea- to hereby wives tbat t, J Mtymawv
:dered enernaled_ Senate bill No. 432. by Mr. flu /. la tar Ian. for tea deed to Iwwe la aeevnlanae will t> :'Ma .r oas O rIldoas. No 'si, 4i* ami haa made application for ta> deed mh day of July fwd. bse ale.1aalil
ertUaate
bAii"o aw tiald followingdeanHbrtl
ttouse :. by Mr. Faulkner -Relating to charter of < ::True In aooordanoe with law. H,,td eertia* ; property u :::act:: eouny. eertUluat In my oOU*., and haw Mad

>' '1':.,lor Providing method tlls7' of Ia.ae'j 'ease embraces the foUowl deaorlbexl l>rofrty >> nOl''''.. loch: appUoatloa for las dd to 1JIIt1l. ON4' '
for under suspension
passed ': altuated: In AlaeHua .unty, MorUa., toWN lwH ..... 4. Tp S II, R. H. a no. with law. Mali! artlnet. ....tII1t.: '...
'Ir: of Illicit sale of Intoxicating House bill No. 658, b Mr. : The Mid land bel nil assessed al tbe date of foOowlBK d* orbed property Uualed. in Al -
.
l-.of Nw I 4. K I' of fJe 1'' and Nw M of the ...u....,. of aueb .oertltteat la the esme ebua count: Klorfcla. tuwlcTh .
;10to punish false swearing and of Hernando-Relating to Ke I... Me. to.T.. 0!t.., R. l.-"50 sores of K. K- William. R: *vi .t. of fraction)Se (t. Tp l t
to arrest the vendor making such 1111 I The said Und beta __d .. tb. date of Unlew said oertlfleate shall be redeened. 0,.It. tt--r.I. n
bonds placed on calendar. the liMuanee .ertlu .Thaal sw.ed thai flaM .
In
IIUOIt ate the Bam CNirdlaB to law las deed wtil b-we tbereun ostke at f
( :'t sale. was read tbe second time. bY'r.lr. 'of Unknown 0th day of Ja' e A. O. ttKJt.WltoeiM the lapuan** wf 0BartlOatl. Else n..**,
House resolution No. 15. : I Unless soil c.rtJO '.te abatt be redvemod a..,- asp ofdelai aiirnatar sod Mal IbU j. r. j..0".>.
: :
:11
arnondraent.; which was adopted Volusia-For deepening eordJnir to law tax deed win t* ue tbereon oatbe the. tad Cia,. of M.,. U..I!...said ...*rtla.at. abaU be rytti4 aavortflr.
M the bill ordered and ad- Parkinson of 5115 day of Juan A. U I HOT.Wltnean A'11"WJIINUE.:: \ : .. .* to law., lax ded wijilwnM .......oe
printed of New Smyrna Inlet and Indian and mr om lal airnatare sod seal tat ptl ClerkClrOiiltCourt 11AlsebssCe... ns. ,b. ttldy .tf Juse. .i. IA JttDt.
v.e: i to third reading and made a the land day ol May A. l>. I norik.1l Wltn.Mi oy onvrtal .dteatursl' sot sea tals
,"' Halifax rivers read second time un.| WIENOKM. the lota day of M.,. A. ,U iinl.
;': a1) order for Monday at 10 a. m. | rules then third Ume 14 Clerk Clroalt Court Via NOTICE ron runucATiov.L *. II. WMWdr.ll..
of Ales
waiver ,, 1
der isMui.
Senate bill No. My ... M. V pd prbdrmt' Quart Alaohin 0..n. '
Mr. Crane-Ir
-tOt.
by {
: and passed under suspension of rules. L moe at OehnMelp.NVa..
atng Florida State Board of JoIOT1 r. Fog
&.. tal Senate bill No. 437 by Mr. MeCreary NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX Notlee I tohereb ehv.s .. Nlau V I UIIUCATIOM.La t
Examiners t-: ;
.... and regulating: Incorporating town of Tyler, D CU UNDER' SECTION I Or CHAMnt4M f..raUn8 sane., Kta.. ham : of bin ..4 Om at :e of dentistry and dental sur* Or rtOKIDAto to make Baal 0e>yea LAWS ...... .
passed under suspension >> of Ida. ties Hot. _ta4 EntryHo. Ntrn.
Alarhua county
rcv in the State was-read In full the "' r. to areb 4rfT.. abet i. T. Prire. SOIMI aade A Wsa Iwo bur tbo Nw* <* "zro"I"VI'"J'; Its t has,r: '" ,

:t=nd time and ordered advanc sla of rules. Itrreseser.Tat CrOOoat No.....,...&4 bill No. SS3. by Mr.'West, ot lay of Jiftr. A, 1A tWM. bas alert aah Ibse Mtv proof will b. made before H tetrr pea w. Sits CIsn*. TUi. |."....Mal fcnlrir Ma ,
calendar to third reading. Senate e-\aae.te BT oCV-e.a..d baa .....s. .pf>H...' .M Kee.l er at Oatoeayutte. ina.. o. June a laei ........ 1M. 1Joo1l. ro.... ...... Itw W.f."' .
Aa !I the Fourtb-n.taUne to State reform ton toe tan deed to lose t* aoeorOae with /vt. Lad H w |...,'ice' 14 Htlot> amendment 'was adopted to law. t aU ..rttf:"' ata tmbrs.rs 'M fotlovtna lie saraee tbe followta wftae s to pn .. 7 K" .
L?" II5n ftJ feel ** proof .w
f '
Koo. bill No.. 173, relating to ors school. On motion of )Ir. Rewse. read *dta..4 iMOverty Wtuated In AlaelMiaovnty. eontlaeotM re.4 r1 rlda. -.ow..: Ib. I.a..U' Oalav. ria.vn JanalirtPATENtS. -
za: d second and third time and passed ... ff. $Uaa4fBt.> W. n. fJnrfww. f. f, Mala*
militia, which Increases the R t tof W -. 01 HW See.VI. TIXHH..R.IT. u. Mmes the fotbrwl5S .'11'I_ M prose '
ar..arv under waiver of rules. TIM*aaM ta..I beta* ao eased al tbe date wf k W. Z. Uryanu an of WTanno ria.I4l J.e"._''''('0.....eId..... spo. .ni. ..tadvsaseaJr '
of the adjutant-general to ... .n.._ of ..eb ..rtl este .. she same HUNUY H. a7/Uti&L: R>jl w r.APFIJCATTOX ._ of ..... Ja lid.., j
t50: and the bill ordered After other business under second er (Takvowtjtnt ,.. .....i eelJM .r. "W1tsa r. I. 1. %ln
": was to reading and special order. the House ...4. ...., etrthtestte. aban b. redeemeda .. Ole rJlSOHAftOK.XoUtakr T::: III at Cvkr K. E lessors aftfide"
3m "te On engrossed bip*. .eo*<4lti Ur :*.. tag deed aon ; 51g.pd /
The hour '. adjourned until Friday morning.Will tbe t4taday of J ne. A.IA'rll-IM"- *.rr1.*alB*. I. Tha. V 1'_ HEI4RY III, CdUBIt..........
for special order baring Wltaewi toy omeial """raature and aeal.btetbe ins w ea"I &of lb. last .W aM se sawaeM . .
& tad, Senate bill No. 404. by Mr. I I' .,.,day of May A. U I'''TK. l&1 II. t'.k cal : - 'a

1:* I Establish Business. CSrcvltCoar. M. vrtcNaex ird ft a AMi.Ms'* V, :''Mitureieo s
-Imposing pd
license taxes on CSfrk It r 1II. JI.*cHIY aC.Alachua roa.lauU ... Ns a..rnea* .t.... ..... eeaf. for .,
-afroa4 companies was read In fulleoond R. (t. Uass. well known In this city.ha. dlaebarw rma axy aald .a_.vormWp. aadtba

grocery .. ... I. ae web .._..t..r. abaU twa > In the -- ------ ------- ---- ---- -
decided to
engage
time. The bill provides a ass Covaty J...M.Saal retorae ef.ily, MMOVOMWOI

tAt of $10 a mile on alt railway business In the store recently vacated County Abstract Co ID' 5U55....s'i51 '
Died /1i. earl Say.1 ZastrA. fi wtTani
<*& kaga as a State tax Iu place of by A. I). OHrer. comer West Main VEasestw J.

*:O other West Union: streets and Is makIng 0--........' al 1.a.s sad Ta.* a..s, *f
eta.. and county taxa on and Roe.rs N. Porto,, L.e.rn..d, ."..e.415..i. '
fMJ.*T comp&Ie*. The bill was or- preparations to open same In a Perry U. OoUMk Pr a : f W fKaadto. v... : '. .. -r_ E.t: ='J. .._... :.""yYYa. 4..I'14..lE ayr...ray.Mruts r... trioI

''fi'b to Praa BL K Cobxm Jrte&'h9OAt5ESVILLEr aa. KOTICE.HoUee ..,..r.r:;:: -- -.....
f.da7" 'l
ngromsljog committee frota ;
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%Wcfc It wtu so to calendar for tills Mr. Baas state that be proposesto FLA.an to Wreto .**..tNt Ltlr of AeMialwaUo > :=.:. =: .. Sued.as. .
-n- s..ey
w .*. awaate e* r A. Jeffae.*.. :.-=Nvw =r w.4 M. '
third reading and be mans special conduct a Brat class ap4odateestablishment 1-amassed. Ha.. bras rrat4 se tb..a4..>. e..sswnl pN-.Mes I5.Maa..M so so a aM y..M+a c"-
**** for and .will tail the people We du .Yrtotivi* At lra.. basis. tcaed by ,b. 0..... /.d._ of .......* eo aly. xl *y tfcwD.
Friday _t. 4 :p. mu with faellitUt for Alt *laie a ae M set 'M.... estate tart bee .
_. through the columns of The Son nea. IJep.rsia1. loll .. ....4 l- paraeas wHM to*tlat4Nt ytgahn ;SWIF4k Cl.: :
Inf m.troa _oa.ralnir the Till "f by tow e*15ef wW 15.bsvvea, swe :: .lss. ,
HOUK """"O'.N..., what be tto\ oar from day to any sod all U.di ID AU. ... eoeal7.AI .ma spa sec be Prld W he., 8. C.
The .. Fell iw" HI >:.waNti elr.. wakMryLsl.
Iielasly. ..**", stalled to, order; vat day. bo.toees IrU..Mt- pas.tlys iI Jf UAWKIX*. AIatad.In/slt.

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The Sun under obligations to fever. The funeral, will be held this

NEVIS OF CITY AND Misses Alma Fennell and Marion ( afternoon from Mount Pleasant !of. K I ,- "4

Patch.of this! city students of Wese' .

leyan Female College Macon. 0:1..1 I Wait for
tod-Manager branch office

iJOUNTYJJONDENSEDLtten tot invitations to be present at the ;,; we wish to locate here in Gainesville -

ixty-etghth annual commencement of I I Address, with refere>nce. The WILSON'S10c L LH

of General Interest Gathered -i that old-established institution, which I I Morris WfeOfoeale House Cincinnati.
will be held from May 23 to 29 Inelusive. Ohio.

Our Raporter. which .
by The program accom-I ''
'Phone! A. M. Dlcktcn. broker,
pdules the invitation is a In-j Gainesville, and Ret price., quality'
URSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS erecting one, and will no doubt be appreciated
and quick delivery. Hoods sold from
who attend the: H
by those SALEWe
Jacksonville add the W4t. Can give.
What Is Going
HSPP.nedand exercises.
'sat" Hal delivery prisesV> all points.

? .Happen Told In Short, Paragraphs W. 'Sullivan formerly of Waldo but I Chas. Smith of Central, who for

That "Ha Who Huns May, Re.d" now residing at Alton. LaFayette I several >"ears"- was connected with C.
to
county, where he holds a lucrative po : C. Pedrick In then wagon and buggy
have
Sun. placed ou sale the best
The
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assortment
K n sition with a large lumber manufacturing business in this city has returnedto \

from Friday* Dairy Start. concern spebt Wednesday In : his home, .alter a brief visit to bf Plain anti Colored Lawns .
Blank leases for sale at this office. this city with friends. Mr. SulUvan friends here' and Organdies shown
ever at the .low
[ 12 per hundred. was en route from Theresa where he
price h1. F. Ormond of Campville, an old
II Special price choice for
Mrs J H Winter ot Waldo Was was called on account of an accidentto o -your
friend and subscriber of The Sun was
,topping In the city yesterday.A. his mother, who is very aged and i
in the city yesterday renewing his
Illlleary and son, Dt rt. were who sustained a fall a few days ago. .
U subscription for a year. lie was accompanied
[In the city from Micanopy Friday. Friends of the lady however, will be' by his interesting little H 'cerYardSee
gratified to 'learn that her conditions
and daughter, MlaarIrranees
I I. A. Parrish daughter. Miss D ssle.
were in the city from Hague greatly improved. For stomach troubles btlllousness front center counter.
From Saturday' Daily Sun
WPdnetdar. J and constipation try Chamberlain'sStomach
Mrs T. N. Smith and :Miss Marlon Perry G. Ramsey of Wacahoota was and LIver Tablets. :Many

Isnltft of Central are In the city guests trading In the city yesterday. remarkable cures have been effected

Irf urn J. P. Bauknlght. W. T. Chesnut of Arredondo, after by them. Price 25 cents. Samplesfree. r MONEY BACK SILKSWe

Mrs E. H. Waters and children serving the week on the Jury, returned For sale by all druggists.

jive gone to Macon Ga..,, where they' to that place Thursday.. Prof. J. H. Owens of Rochelle was

are guests of the former's mother Jesse I. Griffin a prominent real among those.who spent Friday' in this have secured the sole agency of

Robbins. i dent of the Jonesville section' was .clty. Prof. Owens was the efficient the celebrated Money-back Silks

Friends of W D. Smith West Court trading in the city Thursday. principal of the Martha' Terry Institute ... every

itreef, are glad to see him .up, again, I I W. S. Moore of Hawthorn, proprietor for the past season and recently ;yard guaranteed or your money back. .

lifter several days' confinement to of :Moore's Hotel, was transacting closed one 'of the most successful The regular price of the best grade ist.7b "

Hi bed with fever. business In this city Thursday. terms In 1t,hlstory. ,
$ per yard all over the world but we ;
Mrs. :.I. 1C. Flowers and children of, Miss Georgia Martin is in the city Mr. and Mrs. S. Wlenges and little ,

:bite Springs are spending a few a 'guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas.! Dirt. :Miss Ellen Deal left Friday for have decided, in. order to INTRODUCE .:'i

Liars In the city guests of :Mr.' and Miss Martin Is from Hawthorn. Hampton Springs where they will reMain the silk in this section, to makethe price .,

art. T I* Doul ware. Fancy Eggs For Petting-White and a few days for their" health. Mrs.

Mrs M, R. Colson lias gone toHammock Barred Plymouth Rock and Wrandottefor Wlenges has not been well for sometime $ 1.50

lilt where she will Join sale; pure bret"d.V.. D. Fapan.Gedrge and friends trust that the change per yard

|\r! and Mrs. P. M. Colson at the will prove of benefit to her. "
.. Hawthorn of the town for the month of i
Hotel for few Mrs. L. Carter has returned May.
ilf Hammock a days.J. which bears his name was' transact. Sjd .

H. Cason, a 'prominent farmer ing business in this, city Thursday.; from Tallahassee where she bas been ---

the LaCrosse section after spend. Chas. R. Sparkman of ,Waldo returned for the past few we&Ka on a visitto Come to see us. Our store is not the .i,
tat the week here as a Juror In tbe to his home'Thursday, after serving her ,husband Representative Carter. .J
jrlrcult court, returned to his home on the jury here for the past four Friends of Judge Carter, who has t biggest but it is the best in this section. r '

sterdayMrs. days. been suffering from rheumatism will)

W. J. Griffin,and son. Eugene, Remember A. M. Dicknon the be gratified to learn that his condition Mrs. R. Wilson
is greatly improved.
r Starke. who have been here on a broker, when In the market for groceries

tirief but pleasant visit to Mr. and hay,grain and feed-stuff. Bare
:.irs H P Holstein, have returnedo time. Write 'phone MISS TEBEAU'S SCHOOL.
moneyand or me. .
( their home. Both IObR-d Iltanett hones. --------- -------'

ilrs. Spence, prmerly of this city Mrs. S. C. Acklefcr.,1\Irs. Elizabeth Impressive Ceremonies at the Closingof THE WOODMEN CIRCLE.An Early Summer Sale *t Hyde's.

t at now residing at Cyril,' where her Smith and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sand Term Friday Morning. Despite the unfavorable weather

f.dsbacd holds a responsible position born'left yesterday for their respective Miss laggle T beau'a school closed Interesting Meeting of Woodmen conditions, the store Of the O.1..

1th Brlnkley & Balnea, was ahop- homes in Michigan, after spending for the term ,Friday morning, which Auxiliary Thursday Night. Hyde Company was crowded all day

j Inc In tbe city yesterday the season here. They expect to re- I ends the thirty-third consecutive year. The Woodmen Circle. Auxiliary of Saturday. the opening day of their

Mr Kelley of Rochel'e, Mrs. Sbef turn early In the fall. I The term has been a most successful the W. O. W., met at the Masonic hall Great Early Summer Sale. The very

t.1: of Hawthorn and Mrs. Board There will be given an lee oream one in very way the enrollment. May 23rd. Many many thanks to tact that the store was crowded, Inasmuch ,

lx.1 of Hague who were here on a at Rochelle FrHay: evening nt being sixty-four. the Rebekahs for the privilege. as they were delayed In getting
I sapper As is her custom. Miss Tebeau distributed With the aid of Brooks circulars'
Msit to Mrs. Kansas HlgglnbothamUt benefit of the Soverlgns out their for the sale,
the school loons, for the
| ,t returned to their respective I piano fond. Everyone it invited to be several medals and prizes and Mclxxxl and Sovereign M. K.Tlnsley Is evidence that what_few did get
'Gmes. ] this year. Rev. Francis H. Crnlghlll. the degree work was beau them responded promptly and no
shared
A Rood time Is and
present.
Or J, II Alderman has 'returned I U It I thai nice sum""Ill be in the presence of a good audience tifully exemplified. Our talented musician doubt told their friends of this sole
hoped a
ran a brief visit to Waldo, where: I added to the piano fond.Rev. . of patrons and friends, making the and much loved Sovereign They are offering some very low

Ve accompanied :Mrs. Alderman< The i presentation talks. JI rook a Inspired us all with her' music. prices on their, different lines of dry
E. left
A. Sample yesterdayfor
otter will remain In Waldo for a'' The following'" honors were awarded Sovereigns Warren Bailey and rued To ondthat knows the condition
Tyler where he will nil his regular -
:a 0 or two as a guest of Mrs.V.. D.i Howell were Introduced the mysteries of the cotton market their |>fic.s are
teler and' others. I semi-monthly appointment as a First-Miss Dorothea Smith" of Ar of woodcraft "and we are proudof redlculously low. but you must remember -

Or and Mrs DePass of Archer I Presbyterian minister. Mr. Sample redondo. gold medal. them* as members for they will the O. W. Hydi Company are
were who has been here for the past few
the Second-Miss Mlanlella ddy of make efficient workers; In position to handle the output of. .
fi city yesterday .
coming up in i months, expects to leave In a few medal '.
Orange Heights gold
be> Doctor's new Cadillac machine MI. Ora Selgler received many the average. milt and 'tu many cafes
i days for his home .In North Carolina,
Third-Miss Catharine Clyatt of
:>a returning compliments for the manner In fan name their own prices and when
without
mlsha This
I Ii but will return in the fall. Ha is well .
Judson medal.FourthJessie
gold
ae ot the neatest autos In this aec.1 which she performed tier part. they' get a good thing their customer. rare
pleased with this section, and declares ,
BI and the Doctor is well Chesnut of Gainesville The Woodmen Circle I I. the only sure to share In It. qM q
pleasedtth he to bring his "Samples"here
I proposes gold medal.
It authorized auxiliary of the W. O.. W..
after a while. He has only nine Fifth Rtruna: Lee Hudson of North
-
A. W Sargent Jr., for the past two i children. ayd gentleman can Join unless he 'Warranty and mortgage deed for
[oars a mall carrier has been promot. Carolina gold medal. Is a member of the Woodmen of the tale at this office. Fifty cents per dos
to the position of clerk The Sun acknowledges a most Wallace Parkham. for dellgenc In World. Any lady can Join wbu Is en or $3.
11 the postofflce. H. la mailing succeeded I agreeable call yesterday from Mrs. study and punctuality and manly self- recommended by a member We havea

ar as M. K- Flowers of White Springs, an control, a handsome prayorbook andhymnaL membership of nearly fifty and
sr by D. S. Days, who has been
old friend and subscriber who Is Often( The Kidneys Are
( :>* In the capacity of substitute hope to double our membership before
visiting here for a few days and who Horace Mason though such a lit*
x :orne time II the year Is out. Those desiring to
called to renew her subscription tie boy did two years work in one. become member can call at Dr. /I.SI. Weakened by Oyer-Work.

"so'. Martin of Hawthorn I. into i Mrs. Floors says White Springs Is and secured a picture-book. Dell office and he will take pleasure Unhealthy KfJ c1s Make Imrurc Blood.

:rCae" : on a brief visit to bl* sister.' one of the finest; places In the In order to receive<< an honor In In writing your a Pllt tfon. It mud t<> *- < orml.lereil that only

: Iilrt. Mr. !Martin who Is world.;* as she has enjoyed. fine health this school punctuality, deligence. Woodcraft Is superior to all other urinary suit t.J.uM trouble were to be Ir
p -auetor: of ability has been cheerful tray eel to the kidney,
there. Her friends to this section and obedience ;are required fraternities inasmuch as we allow no
'ttg:: the I but now modern
p Eant .'' srb/x at Oak Hill on are delighted to greet her again and and the pupil must also attain 60 percent sovereign to lie In an unmarked grave. science I'trove* that

x a \ M.t> which recently closed. glad to know that she and family In mathematics, and 75 per cent i Our organizer )Ir.. S. A, ,White. has nearly all disease. '
T rv successful term. are enjoying fine health. )lr.. Flowers In all the other stud Ie-.. I formed a circle Wllllston and Bron have tuir Deicinointf t
''c, White a progressive mer expects to return to White SpringsIn Musical compositions' were rendered itt the
= nod (foweler of Newberry, wa a day or two. when she will be accompanied by Mlse* Alice Ii:. Thomas and son.Sunday there will be an unjrelllnjc 'fie there(mtml in j>orttit

ag I thoea who spent Wednesday Mrs. T. I Boulware Mlnnlella Eddy, being selections from
1 by In Wllllston. The Woodmen Circle The kl<s niterami
c.5': \"a on business. Mr. WhitW. and her charming daughter Miss Schumann U.U. Webber and others. will assist. All camp are invited to )JuHIy the blood

.U V: .ictor of the Commercial Kate who will remain at that resort attend. The Woodmen Circle will that is their work.
::. Therefore when kUneyenr.t weak .
h.h I your
!:*. \. '* : building was one of for several weeks. AN IMPORTANT COMMITTEE. meet June 13th at the Masonic hall. or out of ofler, you ran und r tatxl how .
''Ita. Ims of the recent fire In that From Sunda/'.Daitj/ Sun: fAt every member be present.A f <|ttlrkly yont entire Iwly i* affected six!,

Pca )Ir. and >Ir*.. Levi V. Polk of Hague Cam from Bradentewn to Investigate' SOVEREION. bow every CJrlCefHem.. tu Sail to do it*

11 rtaaoter a <5. Dell and Captain were In the city trading yesterday. Water and Sidewalk System, : duty.U sick .. fetl'JjsvlIy."
or
"cwrrs you are begin
of AUchua. two well A committee of Bradentown people Death of Miss StrkMsnd. kl. I>
/*> Mules for sale or rent. Apply at taking toe great lfy remedy r.
:
I: Lap; -Rd progressive business Ines once to Geo. W. Scofleld Gainesville. comprising M.**.... Turner and Ward Miss Pbetta Strickland died at the Kilt, >.....'* bwn p-R K*, .I>.*"*. a. soon

town, spent Wednesday In harp who -f'rent here to investigate borne of her aUter.: Mrs. J. K. Fetch, a. your klJueys are wail' they: wilt help
Miss Bell Sadler baa returned from
3 en bnalneas. Postmaster, all the oilier orgstn to h4sltb. A trialwill '
\: *_ w IU Jel North Carolina where she has been the city water works and aids West Church street Friday night after convince anyone.
/ soon be
w'.- !> will In his new of. attending college* Her friends her walk -.tem. have returned to their a long Illne**. If you are sick you can make ,6 ml..
be
data one of the most: del1c te4 to welcome her bom. home after a thorough examination.. Deceased has ln an Invalid for tau \>f first aoctorln' y ur ItUlnrye.rUe
In the are
effect |
rnJVi o
l the eatnw lusry
country provided has aa>
ftfesjr end
Turner Wardham attired years, but withstood branfi
many
L. tdern convenience Schell Maine of :Monteocha and D. Dr. Kilmer'* awamp-Koot.! UK great
& :' ,'' I.. Duke A. A. Goolsby and Wade on the early morning train and : rinc patiently. $ht.. was poaae*** Ikloey renal' >.. i. soon ,...li.* cl. aun.
-
: i* Ooode, who Is attending went Immediately to work completingtheir ex) of a sweet patient disposition .(. the tiitf> ct I',r M* a'/...I lr---J trucee:
= 'ii at1 Conservatory of Music, Thomas of Fairbanks were among inhaled tor boon. They jlslted and wa beloved by all her friend of the most 4
f 1'-'.', leading those who spent Friday in Gainesville.A its inrrits bv all /:.
.J institutions of its the water work plant In< corop.ywith Tbe remain were taken to "
; '\ e Tnlted State, write party of young people spent the T. W. Stands, and expressed.: entire Antioch Saturday, where the Inter- 4.cvm.cpus' .('n foliarbottle Aftycentseal ..t..e"

-At she 1* wU pleased and day picknlcklng: at UM Devil' Mill satisfaction They afterwards I meet was 'beta In Urn family burying .. Von auav 'l.v'

c" ;"* progreasuig nicely In the hopper yesterday. They returned iareatlgated the sewerage system, I ground.Friends. hN.*. sample t.A t1- rew..5s++rNaua ;
:> nr vole. late in the afternoon, attar ftAYID&paq.e4 t.JJ: mail I tern. also e "fimh.rf} tn'sgrun
Mis. Ooode which they declared to be one of the of the family deeply sympathize h ,.. ..
orbtar4ler
wed Iww t.1l Sa4 wet if / on h4.
of a sweet vole, alread a most enjoyable day meet t*r?.ct In construction they bad with them In this hour of trouble ')!.. ., 'h.1 i p."IC""t.1'1 !

.4 ::; a d ***d win become one cli Claud Hughe,, aged tJalr..*... grand ever seen.The . bereavement.For wtlll n to THK'''mUxmi. : &. <.:o t' 9tfwitrik

,"f eag.cs In the country when son of Richard Itega**. colored died s *temea left to ta* aftrpooo .. N Y i I."a t r:1,1&: _"> *.
-* bYe Let the <" a..nf' il t",
atorJ graduated troD this lat night about T o'clock after an for taalr1 home and It I. needle** to the best printed stationery' at ltr I'JI rearsm.e_*'."aJ."Y.UAm Jt.t
: ffli>...*4 of abovt two weeks with add will make a good rev lowest price call at Tbe Van office. dices.IJUI.barrton.N..X..oosvsty bott'



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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: : MAY 27. 1907 '

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c- The Sun Is under obligations to fever< The funeral will ; held this

NEVIS OF CITY AUD----. Misses Alma Feouell and Marion afternoon from Mount Pleasant M li. "% q"L

Patch of this city. students of \V"'-. cliurch

GOUNTYCONDENSEDLrier. toy.tv Female College. Macon 0:1..1| Want..Manager for branch office

tot Imitations to be present at the : we wish, to locate here In Gainesville -

xty-elghtb annual commencement of A4dr ss, with reference. The L WILSON'S10c 1

of General Interest Gathered that established Institution which : Morris Wbx>l *ale house Cincinnati

will be held from May 23 to 29! luluslve. Ohio.

by Our Reporter which
The prograpo. accom- .
'Phone A. M. Diokscn. broker ,
planes the invitation, Is a most Interesting w
Gainesville and Ret prices, quality
.ERSONAt AND SOCIAL ITEMS one and Will no doubt be ap- and quick delivery\ Hoods sold from
reciated> by those who attend the SALE H
acktouvMIe a d the Wti Can give
and What U Going '
exercises.
Hat Happened all .4
pest. delivery prices to point. ;
I. Happen Told In Short Paragraphs, W Sullivan formerly of Waldo but Chas Smith of Central who for d

That MH* Who Run May R..d"ftInTh.S" now residing at Alton LaFayette; several years' was connected with C.

h county. ,with where a be large holds lumber a lucrative manufacturing poItlon -- C. Pedrick in ,they wagon and buggy Wo have placed on sale the best assortment -
business In
this city, has returnedto
MdaJ/'. Daily Stm. concern spent Wednesday In t f Plain and Colored Lawns .
Front thia office. his home, .after. a brief visit to
. IllUk lease for sale at this city with friends. Mr. Qullivan '
and
friends beret Organdies ever shown at the low
12 per hundred. < was en route from Theresa, where be
file
R F. Ormond of Campvillean old oi
Ira J {{. Winter of Waldo was was called on account of an accident: Special price -your choice for
friend and subscriber of The Sun was ,
in the city yesterday. to his mother who Is very aged and i
ah ppmg ''n the city yesterda}, renewing his
Hilleary and son, Bi rt, were who sustained a fall a few days ago.
a ( subscription for a-year. He was accompanied -
L the city from Mlcanopy Friday. Friends of the lady, however, will be by his Interesting little -I Dc Per Yard

I r A. parrish and daughter Miss gratified to learn that her conditions daughter. Miss Bessie

Irnuces, were In the city from Hague I greatly Improved. For stomach. troubles, bllllousness See front center counter. ,
From Saturday' Daily Suit.
tOdnesdar' farm and constipation try Cbamberlaln'sStomach
Perry G. Ramsey of Wacahoota was
T N. Smith and Miss Marion I and Liver Tablets. Many
I In the city guests : trading In the city ;yesterday.
Central are
mitt of remarkable cures have been effected
I of Mrs[ J. p. )pauknlght. W. T. Chesnut of Arredondo. after ay them. Price 25 cents. Samples MONEY BACK SILKSk

j in. E. H. Waters and children' serving the week on the JurY', returned : free. For said by all druggists.

IbiTe gone to :Macon da..,. where they to that place Thursday. I Prof J. It. Owens of Rochelle was t

are guests of tbe former' mother Jesse I. Griffin, a prominent resident among those .who spent Friday in this \Ve have secured the sole agency of +

firs. Bobbins of the Jonesville section, was. I city. Prof. Owens was the efficient the celebrated Money-back Silks
: -every
I Friends of W. D Smith. West Court trading In the city Thursday principal of the Martha' "Perry Institute -

beet are glad to see him ,up, again, W S. Moore ot Hawthorn prc>prle- for the post season, and recently ;yard guaranteed or your money; back.

after several days' conflnement to tor: of Moore's Hotel was transacting closed one
Ijilf! bed with fever. business In this city Thursday. terms In ,history.
$1.76+ yard all the world but
over we
I Mrs, M K. Flowers: and children of Miss Georgia Martin is In the city Mr. and ) rs. 8. Wienges and lit per, : ,

White Springs are spending a few a guest of her sister, Mrs Chas. Blrt. tie Miss l.lien Beal left Friday for have decided, in. order to INTRODUCE

|days In the city, guests of Mr.. and Miss Martin Is from Hawthorn. hampton Springs, where they! vtlll remain the silk in this section, to make the price \

IMri. T I* Doul ware. Fancy Eggs For'Pulling-White and a few days for their health :Mrs '

I Mrs M, R. Colson Las gone to Barred Plymouth' Rock and Wvandotte Wienges has not been well for some $

Gill Hammock, where she will Join for sale; pure breed. W D. Fa an. time, and friends trust that the change' I.5OPryard :

P. M. Colson at the will prove of benefit to her.
iMr. and Mrs George Hawthorn of the town
the
for month of
r! Hammock Hotel for a few days. which bears his name was transact- Mrs. SJ'd L. Carter has returned May. ; _

J H. Cason a 'prominent farmer Ing' business In this. city Thursday.; from Tallahassee where she has been ----

jf the LaCrosse section after spend. Chas. R. Sparkman of Waldo return. for the past few weeKa on a vlslt Come to see us. Our store is not the t
Lit the week here as a Juror In the to her husband, Representative Carter.
ed to his home Thursday after sere
Tcircult: court, returned to his home Ing on the jury here for the past four Friends of Judge Carter who has I biggest but it is the best in.. thi! section 1

hwterday been Buffering from rheumatism, wllIj
days.; +

Mrs. W J Griffin, and son, Eugene Remember A. M. Dtckton, the be gratified to learn that his condition Mrs. R. .Wilsonr
is
if r SUrke. who have been here on a broker, when in the market for Rro. greatly Improved.

Srlef but pleasant visit to Mr. and< eerie, bayoraln and feed-stud. Save
:ire H P Holsteln. have returned MISS TEBEAU'S SCHOOL.
and Write
money time. or 'phone me. r
to i their home. Both long-distance honrs.Mrs. --- ------ .-------

)lr.. Spence. prmerly ot this city S. C. Ackl<&, Mrs. Elizabeth Impressive Ceremonies at the Closing WOODMEN CIRCLE. Early Summer Sale at Hyd.'..

but now residing at Cyril where her Smith, and )lr. anjf Mrs. L. L. Sand.born"Ieft of Term Friday Morning Despite the unfavorable weatl/er

{husband holds a responsible position yesterda ,for their respective Miss Jttaggie Tebeau's school closed An *interesting Meeting of Woodmen conditions, the store of the G W.

ktti Brlnkley & Dalnes. was shop- homes In Michigan, after spending for the term Friday morning, which Auxiliary Thursday Night. Hyde Company was crowded all day

9 lag ht the city ;yesterday the season here. They expect to re- ,ends the thirty-third' consecutive year The Woodmen Circle Auxiliary of Saturday the opening day of their

'1ft. Kelley of Rochelle Mrs. Shet turn early In the fall. The term has been a most successful the 'W O W., met at the Masonic hall Great Early Summer Sale. Tim very

jreM of Hawthorn and Mrs. Board There will be Ice one In very way, the enrollment May 23rd. Many, many thanks to fact that the store was crowded Inasmuch
given an oresmsnpp .
1U of Hague who were here on a being sixty four the Rebekahs. for the privilege as they were delayed la getting
at Friday evening at
Rochelle
hit to Mrs Kansas Higginbotham, r benefit of ,the As Is her custom. Miss Tebeau distributed With the aid of Sov rl.n. brooks out their circulars for the sale
the school house, for the
aye returned to their respective bttpr..n' several medals and prizes I and McLeod and Sovereign M 1J.Tlusley. Is evidence that what.tw did get
piano fond. Everyone Is invited to
ones.Dr. this year. Rev. Francis. Cralghlll . the degree' work was beautifully them responded promptly slid no
A good time is assured and
J, II Alderman has returned 1& U that nice "will be In the prerence of a good audience exemplified Our talented musician doubt told their friends" ot.thle sale' 'k
hoped a torn
:-om a brief visit to Waldo, where: added to the piano fond of patrons and friend, making the and much loved Sovereign They are offering some Very low

.e accompanied Mrs. Alderman. The presentation talks Brooks Inspired us all with her music prices on their, different lines of dry
Rev K A. Sample left yesterdayfor '
Liter will remain In Waldo for i a The following* honors were awarded Sovereigns Warren. Halley and goods. To on f that knows the condition
Tyler, where he will fill his regular
IJ or Uo as a guest of Mrs. W. D. : ,I' Howell were Introduced |u the mysteries of the cotton market their prices are
eider and others. semi monthly appointment as a First-Miss Dorothea Smith' of Ar- I of woodcraft, 'and w* are proud rodlculously low but you must remember
minister. Mr. Sample, .
Or and Mrs DePass of Archer were Preabyjerlan: redondo. gold medal. of them' as members, for they will the O. W. IIyd* Company are U;
who has been here for the past few
3 the city yesterday: coming. In Second Miss Mlunlella Eddy of make( efficient workers; In position to handle! the output of
up months, expects to leave in a tewda8 .,
t he> [Doctor's new ,Cadillac machIne Orange Heights, gold medal I Miss Ora Belgler received many the average mill and lu many cas*. k'
for his home in North Carolina,
Third-Miss Catharine Clyatt or manner
:at returning without This compliments for the in can name their own prices' and when
mishap1. but will return In the fall. He Is well '
me of the neatest autos In this secoa Judson, gold medaL which! she performed her part. they get a good thing their customers
with this and declare
pleased section Fourth--Jessie Cbesnut of Gainesville
and the Doctor Is well The Woodmen Circle Is the only are sure to share In U
pleased he to bring his "Samples"here '
Ith it proposes gold medal. authorized auxiliary of the W. O..W..
after a while. lie has only nine Fifth-Emma Lee Hudson of North .
*. \v Sargent. Jr., for the past two children. aud no gentleman can Join unless" hIs Warranty and mortgage deedfor

arc a mall carrier has been promot-- Carolina, gold medal. a member of the Woodmen of the .at,. at this ofllo*. Fifty cents per dos- s

to the position of mailing clerk The Sun acknowledges a most Wallace Markham for del I gen ce In World Any. lady can Join who Js : ell or $3.(X) per hundred, -.

the postofflce He Is succeeded agreeable call yesterday from Mrs study and punctuality and manly self recommended by a member We have
as SI K. Flowers of White Springs, an control a handsome pray rb90k and
abler a membership of nearly ratty and
by D. .
8 Days, who has been : :
-
Often The Are
"!'ng In the capacity of substitute old frIend. and subscriber who Is hymnal. hope to double our membership before Kidneys ;,
visiting here for a few days, and who Horace Mason,. though such a little '
tome time the year Is out. Those desiring to Weakened Over-Wort _____
: called to renew her subscription boy did two years' work In one, become members can call 'at Dr. #. by

'.*.xeo cl: (&'' on Martin of Hawthorn Is In Mrs Floors says White Springs Is and secured a picturebook.In M Dell's office and be will take pleas Unhealthy KlJncy Make Impure Blood. ,,

:r- Chas a brief visit to his sister one of the "finest places in the order to receive an honor In I ur* In writing: your application It used to '* con.Mre.t that only

n: nirt. Mr. Martin who is world,* as she has enjoyed fine health this school, punctuality dellgence Woodcraft Is superior to all other urinary su.t Madder trouble were to btrwcetl *
instructor: '
h of ability has been there. Her friends In this sectionare and cheerful obedience are required, fraternities Inasmuch as w* 'allow no to the kidney?.
:;:S the I but now modernaeiettce :
Eaot Coast.school at Oak Hill one delighted to greet her again, and and the pupil must also attain 64 percent 'sovereign to lie la an unmarked grave. I |m>v*. IbM

1t a which recently closed. glad to know that she and family in mathematics, and 75 per cut Our organiser Mrs. 8 A..White has nearly all ttl ** **

ry successful term. are enjoying fine health Mr*. Flowers in all the other studies formed a circle In Wllllston and Urea Iu ... their bejrlnninulit t ,
..1'1 i* '\,"hlte. the llforuer of .. 11
a progressive mer- expects: to return to White Springs Musical compositions were rendered .
.sst ._ e tl..*. uuost important
and Jeweler of New berry, was in a day or two when she, will be accompanied by Misses Allow: E. Thomas and son.Sunday there will b* an uqvelllnjc d
:
Il ag those who spent "Wednesday by Mrs. T. It. Boulwara Mlnnlella Eddy. being selections from In Wllllston. The Woodmen Circle orThee.'kiiln.r* filter

;*:Liw" to: on business. Mr. White and her charming daughter. Miss Schumann Lists. Webber and others. will assist. All camp are, Invited to and purity th.bUx l.w -
l'
travrttor pf the Commercial Kate who will remain at that resort attend. The Woodmen Circle will that is their work
:e :t which Therefore when y mr khln.ysare wk .
e '". building was one of for several week AN IMPORTANT COMMITTEE. meet June 12th at the Masonic ball. or out of order, ruts can und.rctnn&l liowqtiickJyyowr
ma or the recent Ire In that From Sttnttay'iDally Sun Lt every member be present.A f entire billy t. affected *t>4. ,
how every t,rn **.*n l<* toil* 10 do 1'thltf' "
post Mr. and >f r*. lAva V. Polk of Hague Came from Brsdentown to Investigate SOVEREIGN. .
>rsnter: 8. d
U h'tw.>fs of DeU and Captain were in the city trading yesterday. Water and Sidewalk System Mice you are sick or "feeIelsvlly," begin

.* 1.:41.:: Alachua two well Mules for sale or rent. Apply at A committee of Bradentown people! Strkkfsnd.Miss taking tb. guest kidney""' remedy, l>*.
progressive business men died Xjlu..?. tJ wmp>Koot. t'""" ..*. *. *>K>Ms
Cat once to Gen W. ScofieUS Gainesville.Miss comprising M **rs Turner and Ward Pbetta Strickland at the P
Lawn spent kUlttvy are well wilt help'
11 "trct bustB*. Postmaster Wednesday In Belle Sadler has returned from harp. who were sent here to Invest:. horn of her slater, Mrs. J. K. Kntcb all your the otter organs to fa they.*Uli. A trial d

r. v"* -m .Dell North Carolina where she has been gate the city water work and sld- West Church street. ,, Friday night afto will convince anyone.
soon be
a w:.;,It will In his new of. attending college. Her friends her walk system have returned to their *... a bait Illoe... If you are sick you can mk o 0 nils-
'blots be one of the most hoa 4. after a thorough examination. Deceased' has bNo n an Invalid for take by bat ioctorln< oar kiehtrys.the .
delighted to welcome her home
in tie are wtVl n4 the .'f'at7f' teary effect wf .
'y f.- country provided Me..*ra. Turner and \Va ham arrived 'many ream, but has withstood her the great
Kilmer Swump-ttoot
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modem convenience: .. Sch ll Maine of Monteoeha and D. r.
on the early morning train and suffering SUotGtJTShe was pNM8. kMtt!y rvmcoly. I* soon fe lMa.SUMl II y
Un. L. Duke. A. A. GooUby and Wad
s' Ooode. who U attending went Immediately to work completing eel of a swvwt pafU-nt. .!tspa !tloa. the hiahert! tOf' It..."fA"IC"'ld- ""

.. "f nat1 Con** r tory of Music Thomas of Fairbanks were anwagthose their mlssloa by noon They Malted and was beloved br all her.. friend. of the snort t'h.tr*.*tn|" cs+wen.l.+"JIoI
><- leading Institutions who spent Friday In Gainesville on it* merit: L>y sit '
>d of Its the water works plant in company The remain were taken to
.. ...4 the 1nlt-.cl. States. writes A party of young: people spent tt. with T. \\'. hands, and expressed: ea- Xatloeb Saturday where the Inter- i tins",, .'gt.te mt.-.to tellor Sfty.eent vibe .il -

tla t she U well pleased- and day plcknlcktng at the Devtr Mill- tre< satisfaction They afterward meat was'held la Ute faulty burying I br.JcU. Vets 'ns'"' !!

..: ( tIS aata nicely In u>* hopper yesterday They returned Investigated< the sewerage system ground.Frionds. hsvea' ."lpJe &.IA.1 l. ,................ abii
Jar. r4 her m.n ".... rfso' a amohlet! t..lIl"lr toe
Tolc late la the afternoon, after having i
Miss ;
$w.,54 Ooode which thy declared to b* of a sweet vote. already passed a most enjoyable day perfect to construction they bad with' theta In this hoer of Jroubl.. Me,.." ".t, Itlli ..perwhrn .

t sad lrm become one of Claws Hnchea", algal thirteen grandson ever ssee. bereatmnt- 'Wtlrl"', 10 Dt .KI",. :. & C %, ,1Dar. t
s 't -CW8 ln the country when of Richard IHtud.s, colored, died The g.OUemea left In the afternoon ....",,1..... l 't hens t 11'1'.s row 1Iu..k.. .
bne I I..t -awml.'.. thn Ullnt'' ar.wa+lf" a.JO; (.
graduated from this last night about. 7 o'clock after an for their borne, and It Is CO For the bC printed stationery at Jrr'" }:lh 4I'-. ;...",.. .t. coed the ad. '

SU*>**.4 of about, fro week. with add will make a good re, lowest prices call at Tb* Von oale.II. .. drew. T.ngb.uMLost.:.;.;\ .enevsA<< bOttl..

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