The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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Newspaper
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English
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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oclc - 32993937
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


XXVI. NO. 8. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 13, 1907 ONE DOLLAR A Y

S RTO THE FiN"'" I "S""' MONTHLY MEETING i Drw mp d'CHOOL SEASON
IS BORN TO THE MHE Ik. $1 0 James Edwards, work
Longho roeman's strike In New York on road, $1.50; Stephen Taylor, work
THRONE SPAIN ""' COUNTY SOLONS road, $2.50; J. G. Dampier, work WILL SOON C
THRONE OF SPAIN N o s My l.-he long- COUNTY SOL Nroad, $1.
aborse's stei so far as it con- That the bond of Ferdinand Bayer
"""c. orns the tran*Atlantle lies, givesI as notary public, with J. 'Thomas Two Evenings of Rare La
Bear the Title of Prince of omise of lasting some ume, and May Session Wasa Very lengthy and 'T. F. Thomas as sureties, be ap- Eneain n o e
.Tt~tthr A n i g h t to a s p is ke p r ob e v el d.
.ths Aste toke a st the co.stwise and Interesting One. proved. e eld.
lithe Ill setrked. ate settlement oastw That the bond of 3. S. Fagan as
ORDING O SPANISH DECREE a partial Vlotory lbr the men, for its MANY BILLS WERE PAID notary public, with W. H. Sealey and THE COMMENCEMENT SERMON
basis was a eompromlse. But the F.Y. Smith as sureties, be approved
deep water steamer companies take Commlsioners Accepted and Paid for That the bond of J. M. Faircloth it Will be Delivered by Rev. FraciS
able Etiquette and Publicity the nad more determinedly than Elegant N -w Stl Bridge, Construct as notary public, with 3. B. Smith and H. Craighill of Holy Trinity Church
the Birth of a RYI Clld over that the strikers deisnd are legant New teel ride, Conotrut- J..D. Guthrie as surities, be approved. In the Tabernacle-joint Met,
the ir oadutterly unreasoeble and that there ed by Roanoke. Firm-New Notarle. That whereas, W. J. Everett, R. i
adrid-Preparatslen to that 9"d can be no settlement so long as the Other Business of Interest to Public. Hudson, J. L. Sanders, P. 1. Hathcox, Tuesday, May 21.
eMade, menf persist a o. Thursday, May 7. A. M. Hunter, B. V. Wiggins, Hector On next Friday evening. :
11May -U. *n Victoria B riaei te presn t o The Board of County Commission- McLane, W. M. Baroo, W. G. Chap- te Junior Class will giv reep
i tO a s esy. aagelt s by s fa s. n era met this day in regular melon man and Robt. B. Baker, each having tion to the Senior Class ai,, 4 few
e ftb e Prd 'the rewb0AyrWa l e nd Present: John G. Dampier, chair- complied with the requirements of invited friends at the residew.. )i th
wth er latm rot tbugh report at the Amercan Red tar lie man; W. J. Matthews, C. C. Pedrick, the law, that they each be granted a principaL Mr. McBeath, on Ea t .Ma
.The news ms e pal- e a tt et were being put F. F. Paulling. and J. F. Townsend. permit to carry a pistol according to street. It will of course, he a purple
SM1ly iPliay DIoralal tIat th lnto the eead story of the American The meeting being called to order, law. and gold affalr. A pretty progr
of the que Was imOli- lie stie ftor the secommodtion' of the minutes of last meeting were or- Whereupon the board adjourned, has been pr pared, and all w, a
__.foft.natof ROe h to get ai, lSspead like wildfre. sqt-esowds the atrke breakers. dered approved without reading. fortunate aough to get ar. s
to the great plassa fronting the Mr. Boa was quoted as saying of The following bills were examined, WIEGAND'8 FESTIVAL MAS8. tion may promise themselh a e.
palae. kTe happy event had th situation with regar to his omn- found correct and ordered paid:' joyable evening with thi*' ~ o
the capital sosiewhat by ear- pany S.H. Wienges auditor, $40; W. M. Rehearsals Now Being Held for One people.
,.for only Thursday aftenmo "The action of the strikers has befn Torley, guard at jail, $25; Moses of the World's Greatest Productions. Oh Sunday, May 19, at m a,
QUeen tied takes her estomary outrageous. They walked out with- Sherman, Janitor, $30; Southern Bell Apropos the Wregand's Festivat Rev. F. H. Craighil of 1 Triaity ad thie court phylsilans had out saying a word, although some of Telephone Company, service, $7; Mass, now under rehearsal at Holy church will preach th- conszen.C
lgted that another two weeks them were making from $2I6 to $80 a East Florida Telephone Company Trinity church, it may be of interest ment sermon to the high scho, This Spass before cooaeent. ek by working ov~eitm, and we service, $2: S. H. Wienges, stamps to those participating to know that service will 4 held at the Trn.racle

d is the ceremonial observed at think they were being well paid for etc., $15:50; J. C. McGrew, Super- Mr. Petrie of this city was well ac- in order to accommodate i., larp bilfth of the first off-spring of the character of work that they were visor Registration, salary for April, quainted with the composer in Sydney, number that wish to a'.'. the ig and spring so rigidly, state- doing. $17.67; Gainesville Gas and Electric Australia. managers of the series o: n.rp
la $17.67 Painerill Coasrs and Elcrihutrla
formal as in Spalin, and on Loighoremeu's union in Manhattan, Power Co., service, t$6.80; W. D. Dick. Mr. Petrie states that Wlegand cap- which the Christian Church w0v
O0ul0, so sigailt for the Ish nonluson, collector, commissions, $226,38; tured the organist's prize, a 3,000 holding in that building h: .
occasions ieslosa hr thesid:
dynasty with an heir to the "It is ot true that we struck with- R. F. Peeler, treasurer, commissions, pounds' annual salary, for which many generously agreed to lo!,0 r. .r
e som aaldously walt*t, dothing out making any demands. Before we $61.6u; Drs. McKinstry, professional noted organists competed -among ices at 3:30 p. m., and to way
o iltted from tv courtly *tl- struck &a circular with demand was service at poor farm. $5; H. D. IAwis, them the organist of the great Salt for the evening.
in the ha-ds of every p4er superinten- work on well at poor farm. $4; G. W. Lake City Temple. Onii Tuesday evening. 1, at
Fr m the moment wk lr Quem Vie- dent and we struck because the de- Scofield, wood at jail, $21; L. A. Wiegand has the proud distinction 8 p. m., there will be h.-1; -, the
was oMioially anloutced to beI mands were refused. At the wages Jetnigan, care of clock.. $10; g. 3. of having in his organ the only sixty- High School auditorium a J, ,:.!e .
roMching the period of maternity, we wen receiving the longshorement, Thomas-Co., repairing tank In court four-foot pedal stop in existence, aion of the Demosthenean E-.
most careful surveillance weas es- who have often to welt days for work: house, $1.50; H. H. McCreary, publish- When one thinks of the volume of clean Literary Socities. t I.. the gtead ver her.nl order ytat the did not average more than $11 a Ing March report. $2; J. B. Fletcher, air required to produce a musical note public is invited.
Of the country should at run, week." care of paupers, $45.50; Dr. E. Lr. through a wooden chute sixty-four The following is the pro:r,:i. th
s risk of being blighted. The congestion of freight is becom- tikue. professional service, $7; Geo. feet high by four feet square, it Doig presiding over theJ i, i t:.A
the son born Piday to King Alfon- tng enormous and the commerce of Evans, city map, $5; G. '8. Merchant seems almost impossible. As a mat- ingi
o a UdecreeVof the r all, accord- the port of New York to being endau- & Co.. brooms for jail, $1; Expense, ter of fact, before this organ was 1.: Roll Call-Responso i qiotateat, bear th title of Prince of Lered. coroner's and witness fees, inquest bull such an enormous pipe was con- tion from Shakespeare
Aaturlas. CROP CONDITIONS. James, $15.50; expense on roads sidered absolutely impractical and 2. Piano Duet-Leo P:!:,, ad
ab1e principality of the Asturias bridges. etc., $561.70; Roanoke Bridge useless. Montine Fagan.
formerly the mountain refuge of Bulletiln leued By the Department of Co., as per contract, $1,200; Miss Wiegand's ecclesiastical music ranks 3. Recitatln-May Kirb.
aboriginal Inlhabitants of Spain, Agrieulture. Lois Hale, taking testimony in case very high, and it is, to be hoped that 4. Plano Duet-da Ma .... ad
remained there unconquered Weashlngton, May 11.-The official Holt. Moore and Royal, $43.29; Geo. a chorus of sufficient size may be Edith Bageley.
e by Roman and Moor. In many report laued Friday at 12:30 p. mi. W. Livinlitoln. fees case Chas. Thomp. gotten together in our city to do jus.- 5. Essay-Bessie Kelley
eets, the Ascturias is regarded a by the department of agriculture coy- son. $42.60; L. W. Fennell. fees case tice to the work now inder rehearsal. 6. Vocal Solo-Rosabel PediriScradle of the tpanh monarchy, erag the period up to May 1, 1907, Willard Moore, $60; L. W. Fennell, The ambition exhibited by our young 7. Recitation-Julia Vat. :wr
the pride taken In the title of was as follows: teltgrams in criminal cases, $17.40 people in undertaking to produce this 8. Debate-Subect: R
Itlace of the Asturise. Winter wh.at conditions, 2.9; are L W. Fennell, executing ventre. spring work is certainly worthy of commen- That the United States Shlo Ha'v
Queen Victoria, t he mother of th remaining under cultivation, 28.132,-t a Navy Equal to That of As fla
ltinat, was married (4 King Al- 000. Winter rye, condition 88; the erm, frt 'seek $37.70; L. W. FeM- dationp an or Asitl owr"At n ''
Id at Madrid on May 31, 1996, meadow mowlnb larads, 2. spring nell. k~eding prisoners, $172.20; .Mrs. -p..........ean orAitcPower.A i,
saonee f bhogret splan pastures, condition 7S.6. Spring plow- ida Streeper, care of Chas. Wise, $20; TO MISS WAINWRIGHY. -Demosthenian Society-T: R Me
slowed by the horror of a bomb ex- to contemplated, 71.5. Spring plant- C. I.. Thgien, road overseer, $30; Beath, Evelyn Collins, Sani *,O
-oeo oo which killed wrres of people ing, 47 per cent atually done up to C. C. Pedrick, road hands for Mav. ends of G Snerville Young Lady Neapve- Euclean Soinch F'rl
41 a rrowly miaed the royal ooach May 1,1907. 8800; Phifer Bros., sundries for poor Thendered folloHer 8rprifro in tBradford Hampton9. P Ulia SoloBnch DalaPh
'm which their nmajeaUtea were rtura- The area of winter wheat remaking' farm, $35.1; S. J. Thomas Co., sun- Tehtgraph of the 10th inst. will prove 10. Recitatn -Mlo attl P i from church. li n cultivation May 1 is 11.2 per cent,' dries for road. $2.50. iera so the young lad o 10.R o
onsderable etiquette and publefty or about S533,000 aree lose than the Ordered: ontre, as h e on a so lm.
Otlend the birth of a royal child at area reported as gewn last faU. Thqt Moses Sherman be paid $30 honored, who has been on a visit to 1. Song-Glee Club.
Alarid Klg lisse.Apil aa.permonh s Jnitr.relatives in Starke, is the daughter of 12. Violin Duet-Ruby I.;N .
: :Med'rW. Kling Alfonso, A4pril 3, sig- -..[per month as Janitor. r.and Mrs. 3. E. Wainwright of this R. Meeath.
ed a doore O trag the aeeseary Landlords to Refee Rent*. That the bond of Lute Howell as
praphratlae for the presentations of FPall River. Mass., May II.--With inspector of marks and brands for city: 13. Recitation-Alescia S
the child to the high oletals of Spal the recent advance la wages to 3tt District No. 6. Newberry. with M. A. Miss Julia Wainwright, who has 14. "The Society News the iplmatle r preeathtlves ac- operatives ia this city, amounting Densler and J. I. Griffin a. sureties. leen mnhking an extended visit with Lucia Patton. Earle Ta' oeredlted at Ma&rld immediately at- practically 10 per east la the presat be albiproled Miss Ruth Wainwright, was the vic- Boulwark. Reader. Lucia P'"
t4ar the birth. etate of the market (hr cetten gets' That W. J. Matthews be appointed tim of a pleasant surprise party given 15. Decision of judges a:. :
the landlords have tted aoe* to confer with the county commis on her at the Valwright home last ment i to the Ma1 he brthone was m- eotto tie popular e ts. For a al atoners of LaFayette and Suwannee Friday evening. TW participants met On Friday evening, May on.*
vo with unfeignd shtaton by inereMd stMdily w the mil call- counties in regard to operating a free at the high school building and can- mencement exercises pro..e
as Wward, and all the roytl family tag for more operativY to kep pe* ferry boat between three counties at hously aproachu the Wainwright place at the High School a, 2
who receled th. Brst news of with their busIneas and Us a res lt the fork of the Santa Fe and Suwan-u taken wholly hb surpring otess was Program will be published
*Veet thros a newspaper agea. the demand for tements ha boeme nee river t hl
ovm h~tt to / I The ear,) .rt of the evwning was tleMpTeUTr1r
SThe general puble, with whou very great. Many of the oe tives That th,, bond of B. R Colson as evrike May TIc Uo Trye
ueem ma," the tanw by whp unable to Metre hein here Iye l notary public. with J. W. ilatnditig and give over to vocal and instrumental louisville, Ky Ma. '
Victoria was know ni previous New Delord gIng to ad ker C. Y. Cra ford as sureties, be ap- muaic hy Miaiwe Walnwrlght, Hodges Scott. business agent of
herconversion to tathdhism. was work ea the electr eas, provd.~,and Wills. Later various gaIn- were ~rd annociation of stre*
a prae favorite, "e equally Whereupon the Board adjourned to enjoyed, including stealing partners tric railway employee.
-KI Has Narr w eospe. meet again at 9 o'clock Wednesday fishing for love feeding Polly. kissing **.v !,.-nstinaal '
Dr~s, May 11.-.Oartag a Man morning the bible, trip to Jerusalem and siatiag that the .,:0..
Another New Railroad. battle an6 while he was leadia at- I Wedneaday** eesion. jileased and displeased. the union men employ :,
lThose who made up the gathering vle Street Railwar
-'aat|burst, Ga., Ma)y l Illazl- tack by [t'~ rei4lll. the Nalgl Wednesday..May S. arc .M.-, Annile Powell. Mabie Wills. crrtfclI, and that if .' ""
Swtil soo be a ra rod oater, of Saxony Thuray a rwly iged The Board of Count) Commission. are L Aiell. MalenW1e- r and the if smn
of tmans and large, affairs tn serious injury. He wa thlewn bei ers net Thursday pur uant to ad- Eula Powell. Hteatrice Wills. Jenate- done at out thi men wi'
get other towns along the ltne his horse, but whem We atteaiats 'om Tuesday. Prn t and Hod ir. Atin Dia. n, Tt hs b',
*gga apply for a charter for a rushed to his si4e it was fseda that ornetofTedy Prst:JdiSsru. >. Akn Hld.ic. he batoto rua rom here to Way. he was only stenned, Whe e re*it. Dmpler, chairman; i. t- belle Chace and Mesr Bryant Hod. e'r slt the reet str! *
qt webptag a timber aed farm- esv d be talked a agai n taIg thews C C. Pedrick. F. F. Paullag ges. H. Crosby. Oe...n White. Wilifre iing tha te cmpan: "
whib hase*er ba part io thea rs and J. F Townsend. Pdlps. Arthur Brooking. Willie la- d he te t seo a
..___,__,,. The meeting being called t orler.
eotoi o killed by Leghtrlw. Oenadr Vd. :Lted t I o be=ott d r rest tarA aRoger Wells. Gy OWrav e.
gmnsIt, 04., Ma* 1I.--A bolt of New Yerk. 1 "ia Waarisht. ee
tag Weeday stehuose str-c- gtt bet wem l IBM* or t of bt roa ysla,,,eeT
rp hoe b.)ota to im a. t ,- i s T t pilis Sweewllt-._._ Apee fe AIbm. l lahe mm I ~I -" "

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'*lSNEWBERRY y1 I STIE GRAND JURY
13diiness Section. Of "laI ~ atBd doomned Thursday ,
town 'Destroyed.~ 4 yJ A ter &Wd But Buy eS~ion.

~t3UN BUILDING OGNE Do Ie kP H e. C MMNTS THE OFFICIALS
-o #4 -witb liP Havekhlch- Was the Elegant CO&' tol b.2 -utPut On Visited Jelfr'snd Found All SurroundlBlook Owned by Dr. Rvffmab~e Aye Vfgw and have Ingo, With One Sitceptidn, In Fine
*i@ooOO, Covered Onlty by lni k ai; of een Saitar'y Condition -.I- RecommendTh P
One-Third lneu~mp hair. Io liret of slt, stop Thee.o ofN-Wtbl
ind e 0y i,@,on your Ai ro Coining out. After a little loue than four days'
toiswest of this skr, an the SAVeW h*you 'have. 'Ayer's doibtioa, the grand jury bf the
tos of that m~oo"~ *a visited Hair Vijor will not 4iSuppoiflt spring term of the circuit court, of A OUARANMED CURIE fo sTORm
sevrefir TurisyE~htwhch yoh. 410Ids the hair-batbs; which T. IL Oodbey was foremiAn,.ad- w&t Arsenic, ueuImea and, GY. ~ a mn poisons
to ashes two4birds of the bud MAkM61s hair strong )ourned Thursday at noon. atW~ hay- whih Ykiet the bI4o delit~ 0I NOUl.R have I trai,
district of th towls. eutaiUng is t ug passed upon a large number of of bed eympton'-e which "Rk YOM -_iwa Onaco
I~ OWYa A!emy~*4, 00ases brought before it, and securing as wdr e Is the dspIS~ remedy of
insute 9oth hotels were burn- The grand jury has presented to'the Injurious effect.
',which' Nives the town without t f~LA ourt the following presentment UE T H R I II 11
Spbi hoeeltI, the famous Commer- wihI ut opietr e u mm U T
"k Oned and Managed by pot Ruru hc iqiea opietr 0NIE FA3LIZ
k Wits, and which has for "To the Honorable James *T. Wills, M.L. A. Eiks,. t"Ie., TOM ea I ~ was
MO.4 the reputation cot being Lilli it~eaad ocpidb r ug:sikI bed6 for eight mouths with lWyS tcbb, thie
U. ee CU~IhotlsIn~ .Lii~ d !flAM kt and A. C. Rd br T We thde:gadJr ortesrn doctor mwvpd tocdo me 110 oedK I vowstoid to try
00 onr ~ s on, E Gae", arkme.t a. C. ofer "W.tegajror thesregHrbine, and it cured me in a 91144ttilm I cannot
entire Conlsumied, assn oia eUut emo h circuit court, in and for eom ndthis wondeuful Medicine W6 11%W09
I~e w"s in the heaout of the Thompson & Sith, liverymqn, los Alachua county, Florida, bee leave to
district 6codn or their feed stable, but by heroic efforts inform your Honor that we have oom- TAKEI Or Nc U 13GNU
.Ar~e stirted, aoidn tor.their an'~e hos was saved. plated our labors 'as such body. U ~ EUN
q hosewho arrived from The 3t asr discovered atbont 11 "We wish, to express to the court U f~sl~ A i b si ~
WRiday morning, In the hay, o'clock, o ured until 8:30. It our thanks tor the many courtesies ox- d~ Sinow o Co
the rear of the Lamb 111oe0 *Its only :the heroic efforts of the tended us during our dellberations, ats ST. LAX^, V. LA*7.
a~thn Company, and which populac#wti9 realised that the south well an for the able Luetructions
divided by a narrow alloy-way side of the atteet was doomed, that given us by- said court.
64e main. etc*, which was oneI the busineetosee and residences on I We beg to state th ,e we have ex0k largest in that section of th th north side were saved. amllied our county jail and other 7JJ C 0 3 1 SO~
ty, be fame.had aine E~ Those who suffered loss in this con- premises approximate thereto. We _______________________________Way before discovery, the inflam, flagrgtion have the sympathy of the find the jail and premises In a clean ou trl fe sps ling theeorpwih. They will no doubt rebuild and ssiitary condition, except the la=, Ryon.x VlPredent Lus GuB. ALOR Cahier
endousfury reat sarks lin mdiately, however, and ait ter stables, which aro In at deploz'aile coil- (ioW. m.VoePsdntL GAA.suCahr
ory irecion.clasm of buildings, as Newberry is a m nfn n rcmedtattecut
Main store building was soon growing town, In the center of the commissioners take immediate steps. nu,
whesi the fire spread to the phosphate belt, stno the place comn- looking to the building of new stables. T EF R T N T O A A
0io the Atlantic Coast Line, just mands a tremendous trade. "We congratulate our citizens upon
the street. This building, ________the prosper -ity of our county, and de- OFE G3.A.I1q3MB VILL3EI.
hwas filled with freight, and six SPECIAL EXPRESS TRAIN. sire especially to thank our Board of NIT D S A EDE O i' B
standing on a siding, some of County Commissioners for their ef- UN T D S A ES D P ST
were loaded, were soon coil, Is Operated Over A. C. L In Order to forts in beautifying the court house Capital ...... ... -. ... .. .. .. 41001( (1
to the absolute Accommodate Heavy Shipments. an / yard, an respectfully mbapproveu .. .. ..
to he bsoutoabsence of It was stated to The Sun of Tues- their action in building steel bridges Srls...... .
ilsfor fightidig the flames, save, day. the withdrawal of the night trains and otherwise Improving the public Intoerest Paid on Saving. Account. and Certificates of Depoait. A! I ''-au
?.4of buckets, which had to be bewelJckovlead t ees roads. Transaeted Promptly.
quite a distance, the firp ughsncsittdteIagm "We congratulate our sheriff, L. W.
rapidly 'w~est. despite the heroic burgo hs necstae thFnuu aennell,' for his splendid effort In getof tho small army of men and,~no e special express service, tigwtessbfr hi oy n salse 26 Yea.s,
bhacogeaetorender In ordor, to accominodate the exten. o ting winesbr thih bode andairsuun~
dwho hawonregked lieTrojn li iv shipments of perishable freightsfote nnerIwihteafir
an wowokd ik roas ro tegrvs n grdn o ouhof his office are conducted. We handle 0-.e
endavor to theck the conflagra- "rmtegoe n adn fSuh 'We desire also to thank our bailiff
Fl'orida. B s ~ 1 iiII
#0th wst te uidigswhch This special express service was In- for his promptness and courtesies Bes Mw ahinery
thed were idinas follow augurated Wednesday night, the first towards us.
fbdwrInodrafolw:train havin letOaao'ta ae We wish to hIgft~ compliment our A" 5 ninmbr our cuswo'i rv by ths
Rlng owned by fl. A. Pickett amid having lefte fcar ons splndi wote. TUANDS. Our Fa14a in 110
iled by Dr. N. J. Barry as a gro- T110 train Is composed entirely of ex. ,tt tonyfr i peddwr amounted to Nearly Half a Million D~ORMa.,. Write for eatalug ;t,-e CUi
lirtt,4 and id operated between Ocala and diligence, thereby enabling! .... won mnney. We have 0o 0oonection in eksonville, Fla. "to~tory ttuilding owe by 11. A. aid Javkhonville. via Palatka. leaving us to complete our work without un- Your Immediate or future needs can 56.#Mp1ed by uf. kd lreo
keOadocpe yMs a rOala dtaily at 8 p. in. Connection is necessary (iclay. Foe An."Ti 33- C b P _L%ket an ocuped y issLauamade. at Ocalua with another train "T1. K. GODBEY,Foea.
an a millinery store and remd-,fo h otwihprom h
0.frilc tee t whihtersbrrs and MR. HYDE'S DEPARTURE. 41 South Poritygh Street -. ATLA'N'TA. (,A
Z.Wakr's barber shop. sir cf between St Peesbr ar~ ~ ~ G Whmnocl ite. ow, )I mn Reot cones from South Florida Left Thursday for West to Look After OCRN ADR
by John (I. White tha~t the Inovenionti of perishables is His Mining Interests. i N a d r Ir~rp n

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and popular, principal of the Galaes11ville Graded and High School, and Is one of woman's worst afflictions. It always leaves
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dcal i .M1 School Exponent, one of the ledit
ofed ee educational journals of the South, who your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardul and
t e O.6. long ago gained a reputation as an
- .ANY.B ILS orator, has accepted an invitation it will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func--- "WsIan from Pre-sident Hulley to deliver the
oN.. Was*,Very b#4,Sep JgiSl.:, rcommencement address to tee noma tons, make you well, beautiful and strong. It is a reeHouse was very / icommetncement address to the normal
tsre Da, Holdin lreyaal n ntdeton U iersity, "44 liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, headWM sessions5 arta' re "Ilug sIDS Prof. Mceeathus services are a l
oon on BillPn* *. tProf.McBeath's services areatall ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness,
IdmiseiO Bill Paase a times iii demand. He has also been
oytonwblUr WNt* Introdtac __mnd
Ony two ,new billu ere a odC i, w" terdered by Prof. Geo. M. Lynch of fainting spells, and similar troubles. A safe and efficient
be Senate during Wednesday .am toyea. the Ja er Normal Institute, Jasper,
ng s sessio. an invitation to deliver the address at medicine fr all women's pains and sickness.
Senator West of the Fourth intro- the commencement of that Institution.
ced a bill providing that a sanitary - ------'.---------- He has accepted the invitation, Mrs. J. L Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes; "I have
cr be allowed the Std oar4 to Uxtion. and dfliveor the Address May 30. used Cardul for my disease, which was one peculiar to
health. The duties of the 1, or By Mr. Millinor of Madison-Appro- Prof. 31cBeath was compelled to de-a ll be to Inspect the botelsad printing $15,000 for middle Florida cline an invitation to deliver the ad- women, and it has completely cured me." rdlng houses of the tate* fair at Madison. dress to the graduating class of the
S e.nator Crane introduedu a ill 4a- By Mr. Howell of Santa Rosa-Pro- DeFuniak High School on May 24, rporating the town ort Brook hibiting certain exhibitions on Sun- as that is the date of the commence- AT ALL DRUG STORES, IN $1.00 BOTTI.
Hillaboro county, which .Was efer- day. ment of our city high school.
to the committee On 00ty sad Messages were read from the 8enate affairs. ate and the bills referred to the prop- Relief from Rheumatic Pains. WRITE US A 1 WINE
prf,,idenIt Harris annouZA e wt-* eelsfly A~ ,W N
President Harri annt the wth- or committees. "I suffered with rheumatism for fWite W uawll O rd om jW EAU I AI
rwal of Senator Adams as obah'llan Senate bill No. 335, amending chart- over two years," says Mr. Rolland tIo s ed AlLadinfl Sthe committee oh privileges d oer of Bradentown; passed under sits- Curry, a patrolman, of Key West, anamos, Tea.rnlections and the appointment of SBmen- pension of rules. Fla. "Sometimes it settled In my O
tor Johnson as chairman of the com- House bill No. 431, by Joint corn- knees and landed me so I could hardly ..,,..,,. A...
attee. mittee of apportionment-Reapport- walk, at other times it would be in -"
The newly elected SeLatpr from zoning S~nators, was ordered on the my feet and 'bands so I was ineapawannee county waS appointed to calendar of bills on seedo'd reading elated for duty. One night when I e following committees: Corpora, without reference to committee and was in severe pain and lame from It S
;ons, railroads, finance and xtun, was made a special order for Thurs- my wife went to the drug store here l 8
liciary and temperance. dy, May 16, at 11 a. m., and 200 cop- and came back with a bottle of ChamBills on Third Reading, tels ordered printed. bbrlan's Pain Balm. I was rubber
On motion of Senator Massey bills Bills on Third Reading. with it and found the pain had nearly
their third reading and final pass- The following were among the bills gone during the night. I kept on G a nedville, Fla.
e were taken up and considered. pt ed on third reading: using it for a little more than two *It rSenate bill No. 230, by Senator By Mr. Carter of Alachua-Regu- weeks and found that it drove the
enderson-To fix the standard of lating the procedure for the admls- rheumatism away. I have not had a
on seed meal sold in tis'State; siqn of attorneys to practice, which any trouble from that disease for overih a a a
prohibit the sale of inferior cotton hd.,,been passed Informally during three mouths." For sale by all drug- UiUVi Ha an Sad H r
giuts,. _______Smeal without notice to the pub- the absence of its author, was placid
; to prohibit the misbranding of on third reading. In the Mayor's Court.
tton seed meal, and providing pea- Mr. Matthews of Marion opposed Two cases were disposed of In the teg; passed 30 to 0. the bill. He believed a man's char-, mayor court Wednesday, as follows: "Good br'eeding is as essential to a highSenate bill No. 136, by Mr. Neel-To acter is known better in his own com- David Pan, charged with fighting, horse as it is to a hihclass man."
rvide a penalty for trespass upon munity than at the State capital. The having "flung a brick" at a companion, tndiig trees, the title of which is tendency in all professions seemed to was fined $2.50 and costs.
Another, was considered, the bill be to curtail competition. The pass- L. Lilleublum, who was arrested ving blen reported unfavorable by age of the bill would work an injustice for fighting upon complaint from A. b ummittee on agriculture; passed to unborn generations. ChresOstomidhes, was discharged, as KE
to 0. Mr. Carter poke briefly, saying the there was no evidence to sust the
Senate bill No. 7, by Mr. Trammell- bill meets the approval of the judges charge. o.eryO.ct luirling railroad companies and throughout the State. BEITR NO.
er common carriers to furnsh sep- The oil call showed 29 ayes and 2 On Thursday morning Herman Har- Standard Bred Stallion. Trial 2.27k. Oil of the dam of rommy Bitte
ate accommodations thr white and nays, and the bil was therefore ris and Fred. McCray'were both ar- 2.(0), ete. Brown stallion. 15% hands. Trotter, Bred by Tommy Britteeal ored passengers on railroads arid passed. There was considerable bdeI- iraigned for reckless driving and were Lexington, Ky. Sired by Prinses of India, 2,18h. The greaton of So'B ferring powers on the railroad com. station in the voting, and one or two fined $2.50 and costs each. Wilkes. Winner of many Blue Ribboas. isson, was read for Its third time; changes made before the result was
ssed without a dissenting vote. declared. "" ..,
D ou Lovoe
Senate bill No. 182, by Mr. Buckman By Mr. Abernathy of Orange-Pro. C You Lovewll
onerning the payment of-deposits hibiting public boards from purchas- your baby? Tou wonder why be cries. C ht
te in banks or trust companies in ing goods from firms or corporations Buy a bottle of Wit's Cream Vermi- ISTR NO. 1489
e iame of two or more persons; in which any of their members are fuge and he wh never c try. Most
8ss4d i!s third reading. 32 to 0. directly or indirectly interested; babies have worms, and the mothers Bay stallion. One of the Gramest Oombination Saddle and Harnes S riae bll No. 180, by Mr. Hudson- ,passed. don't know it. White's Cream Vermi- Hones ever bred in Kentucky. Siteen hands, weighs 1,.200 pounds. Per s
ra the county of Palm Beach By Mr. Paul of Holmes-Prohibit- fuge rids the child of worms and cleans information. Winner of onmeroulLBlue Ribbons as ledingll Horse Shews.
d r organization ad govern Ing trespass upn standing trees; out its system in a pleasant way. He ha ben declared by ma y horsemen to be one of the handsomes ldivId.
et *Lr,.f, was placed..on its third passed. Every mother should keep a bottle sals in Am es. He has proves himself a great ire. He is a powerful bo6 ,b
',ur t. committee on city and y Mr. MacWilliams of St. Johns- .t this medicine in the house. With remarkable soton. Trot. la harnzs sad goes five saits ender the eaddle, on',! manization havin, returned Giving the railroad commission power it, fear need ever enter her m nld. 81'd by the eelebtsted Cheste Dare, dam by esseager Chief, Jr. ie b ihPrc Sc -o bW. M. Jon. "8 b me e a yMeelr lf .
t,, without roeonmmenaton. over t.legiaph lines; pssed. P ,,,dE]Sb.P8 d OHESTER MoDOWELL are as Ihe head of the Utandae*
Se:.atr Hudson Informed the Sen. By Mr. Neel of Jacksop-Requiring . .. took Farm Std, Gainetville, Flord. Terms a $3.00 per seon, with retal
to tha bile the establish ig of the county commissioners to publish prviloe n ease mare is not foaled. To eneoerge Florida breeders, a admsw
as couty would be detrlmentl to monthly itemized statements, the cost tioo of $10 will be made from above pris if the 825 Ja paid promptly. This ;
hi 'r ,:.al Intereet, he could not not to exceed $5 a month; passed. 4. os-third the charge that weld be made in Kentueky. If Iou delm toveg
_ram1 from champknin the bill as By Mr. Wilson of Le-'-Providin8i write at one*. Address:
m,.anded. He stated that in for signing of pension vouchers by
a... ntees residents of Dade p~tnasters; passed. If1 L U -- t
i.h the bill seeks to divide. By Mr. Russll of Putnam-Relating ,,L____.4_t,,,_I_._gg
a-.,, travel 10 miles in order to the easement and collection of AINESVILLE, PLORID
"';resent county set Sea. taxes upon land and turpentine and
.. "s.id it was nothing mor timber tights thereon; passed, and
ar. make two resonable the House resumed the regular order.
Ibde so the residents of By Mr. Wilson of Lee-Obstructon
t"rn portion could se. of navagable water courses; passed.
i ,' rf. vir,-leges and advant. By Mr. Harvell o, y~ta Ross-M-a. M tabishe 1881
-. 1 blaMr. Clark of Ing appropriations Tor State aid to ta......d ..'
b.- Mr. Clark of Je-er public schools; passed. ggP ggggJ
i" was substitute for Se- Afternoon Session. Pee fAn* old ty, e aalin+_S.-nator Gtrardeau, relat The following bills were passed on Fear fe~sl. ,
eand tax for the erection third reading: ....s *
unity blldigs. Te bill By Mr. Smith of Lak---oviding gg.. i g
:,.. general statutes of the for nominaUon' of county commission muelo PsAge. l s
a county can levy a era by districts. m allow, a gl la #.TS F ea
or f* Years, instead of By Mr. Durrance of Polk-Relating -___he a..
which Is now the pree- to the prohibited degree of marriage;
motic to reconsider the vote on this
tirardeau informed th bill will be made Theredaf*.ar Pare Abtes Ial thly e e.
>t county was golag to By Mr. Faulkner of Taylor-Provid. h als$.Q gi
'ort houe at an early ilg a method for discovery of the D +
_llicit sale of liquor. S .. I=+
,h adjourned at ':40 nt il I t e .ed at 5:3U until --M6 -s e s co s ,ma. .
___ 0 a- u. T'hsdoay. at@ilJ1A U .fIVE 1 KESITUCl IUI I wslarno fl ls~l
---- ..Dimeso o .... .. .......boded weso See
o-us.P..,gg-- a p sB gl.. 4LS POSTi CLUB -O,
waindanrdra a other who ha had oxpertsce erfllquede $$.M.mIw.N teialsW
~' PV1?h (Astais with this distresag allaest will be EXB PeRSPfslf M A3U
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bi | ]John B. Vaughan who was .convicted lase of the c tto, t opod
PENSIONSf manslaughter, s passed. The the Ineasure. He thought an ffeeten bill restores citienship. tl effort to check intemperance would
FOR UllSg O NS By permission. Senator Cone intro- hurt the cause.
-"'-, ~duce4 Senate bill ?1. 278, requiring The Smith bill was passed by a vote
]olome's Pension Bill Is the State to appr ate $15,000 for of 35 to 18, and the House then adwlb-" in Its Provisions the purpose bf paying the city of journed for dinner.
Latee City for buildings of the former Afternoon Session.
University. At 2:30 Mr. Knowles called the
SMITH'S LIQUOR BILL The bill was referred to the corp- House to order and the following
mittee on apprerlations. bills, on third reading, were passed:
Ibits the Shipping of Liquor The cigarette bill, or rather the anti. House bill No. 294, by Mr. Farris
Wet Into Dry Counties of the cigarette bill, kAown as Houpe bill of Dural-Prohibiting the unauthoris- ade
and Was Fnally Carried, After No. 163. by Mr. Knight of Citrus, also ed use of the names; etc., of secret $ m
nirpted Debate. "a special order for the afternoon, was societies.
ythe entre Friday pa ed without a dissenting-vote. House bill No. 279, by Mr. Hooker buy or wear them. style,
ent eThe law applies to minors only. of oto-For relief of tax collectorsease and durability, "Shield Brand Shoes;
entIn the te In the di- The Senate adjourned until 10 a. in drainage district*
Sof Mr. roole' no w m. aturday. House bill No. by Mr. ussell oe the mark of perfection.
m Sturay House bill No. %, by Mr. Russell
tis much more liberal than the -of Putnam-Relatfhg to the assess- BY R lABB MSBROIAPIT OiLy
t r mills. The bill a atmende IN THE HOUSE. ment and collection of taxes uponM. KISER 0 ahturers.
n lumber of times ad at lendh The House was called to order at land and turpentine and timber rights ATLANTA, A. .
t to the engrossins committee. 9:30 a. m., Speaker Knowles pro tern thereon. the House there was a long de- in the chair. Bills on Second Reading
upon the bill of Mr. Smith of After prayer by the chaplain and The following bills were read the,
e-Prohibiting the shipment of correction of the journal, following second time, and referred to the coin-.
fr wet counties Into dry were among the new bills Introduced: mittee on engrossed bills: u
following the same lines as By Mr. Parris of Duval--Liability lBy Mr. Docker of Hillborough-Re-
t on the second reading of common carrier. lating to examination of State banks. so as to include Fort Brooke was in- are ple anmtly located at 4 a
'bll. There were 35 votes for By Mr. Peaden of Santa Rosa-Ob- House bill No. 212, by Mr. Decker troduced, and was passed in both Main street N., where they v i
against the bill on final pass- tainlng board or lodging by false pre- of Hillsborough-Legalising ordinance Senate and House under waiver of at home to their friends.
Sa number of the gentlemen tens. 106 of town of Tarpon Sprihgs. the runFs in a little over an hour, Mr. and Mrs. Warren wer, d liht.
up explanations of their votes. By Mr. Doke of Alachua-Relating House bill No. 247, by Mr. Carter making a record. ed with their stay in the \e',n
ends the sixth week of to public roai of Alachua-Relating to taking of te The Crane bill, pPoviding for, the Capitol, and were also de'.- ie,.
lature, leaving three more Bills en Third Reading, timony in divorce cases, was with- granting of franchise to street rail- ested in the Jamestown E~ ~,
asesion of 1907. House bhll No. 140, by Mr. Millinor drawn and Senate bill No. 271, by Mr. ways by county commissioners, was which Mr. Warren declare. i One
morning session of the Senate of Madisop-For the protection of con- McCreary of the Thirty-second amend- killed in the House. of the best the world has e%. r
with prayer by the chaplain ductors, engasineers and moormen; ing the city charter of Gainesville, The Senate adjourned this after- ,McCreary introduced the passed. was substituted and passed. noon until 4 o'clock Monday afternoon,
ew bill of th morning, which House Vil No. 150, by Mr. Paul of Mr. Knowles of Monroe, Mr. Watson the Rlouse until 9:30 a. m.'Ilonday.
sto bill No. 875-A bill re Ho$*--1For opening up of public of Dade, and Mr. Williams of St Less than three weeks now remain
to the obstruction of crossings roads within the 8tate; passed. Johns, occupied the chair during the of the session ot 1907.
hways by railroad companies. House bill No. 159, by Mr. Kilgore day. Adjourned at 5 p. m. until 9:30 bill makes It a misdemeanor for of Sumter-Relating to advertisement a. m. Friday. tilroad company or employe to for bids and employment of labor on Mr. and Mrs. Warren Home.
the highways for more than road by ebunty coMnIssionera pass- SATURDAY'8 PROCEEDINGS. Mr. and Mrs. Shields Warren have
nutau. ed. arrived in the city, after a delightful
courtesy of tfe floor was ex- House bill No. 173, by Mr. Abernathy Special to The Sun. trip to Washington and the Jamesdo Mayor Praeker of Tampa of Orange-Relating to the organised Tallahasse, May 11.-Today has town Exposition..
veral other catiseons of Hillsboro militia. This -is a very lengthy bill, been an extremely busy one in the It will be remembered that Mr. War.
-. covering all phases of the question. Florida Legislature, both Senate and ren, who is the popular reeelver of a
bill No. 45--Creating the The bill passed, yeas 85, nays 11. House being busy during the day. the Unifed States land office in this
lity of Pablo Beach, was House bill No. 194, by Mr. Smith The Senate held both morning and city, was married in Apalachicola, his )
by a vote of 25 to 0. of Lake--Forbidding shipments of afternoon sessions, disposing- of a for3er home, to Miss Vera, the ac- it lowi0L. r,.j FL r
bill by Mr. Calkins of Na.s- liquors into dry counties from wet large amount of routine business. The complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J .50"190s
grant the city of Fernandina counties. Stetson University bill came up apong H. W. Johnston, on Wednesday, April
8tter amendment for street im. Mr. Crawford of Orange spole in others, and was killed by an indefinite 24, leaving immediately on their J '
*Iets was taken up on its sec. favor of the bill, and inquired whether postponement. A large number of bridal tour. No two young people in KONLL.L
and third reading in the Senate there was a greater tyranny than that purely local bills were taken up and Florida are more universally popular, 4. passed. f King Aloohol. passed. and Gainesville feels honored that
1bill No. 557, by Mr. Reese of Mr. MacWilliams of St. Johns The bill extending limits of Tampa they will make their home here. T)h.ey ] ] PREP.-AH




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kl f tfamilY of ie or More Lots 1. 2 and 3. blk 5, Foster's A .. .. Brooks Easterlia Est. 2.31
_,persons can live comfortably on a Lot 30 by 70 ft Nw corner blk 2
Stware trck patch and even lay Foster's Add. ................ .. Brooks Easterlin Est. 2.9i
w.oretc ]Begin 125 ft south of the No cor.
ek by something for a rainy day. Florl- blk 4. R 1. run thence W 50
k-, as AfO l tor day's population would soon double. ft. S 20 ft, E 5o ft. N 25 ft. to
__-_ O tlt V'bkNew r h ap- Just now ibousands of our people beginning. blk 4, Moore's Add .. .. 1 Srooks Easterlin Est 2.4&
his I Fractional biks 1, and 4,los1
in' '' suaa -, ".] ed Inair e h.aal of et date, from the Northern and Central States Fractional blks 1, and 4. lots 1,
"O -2, 3 and 5, blk 7. Foster's Add. Foster, 0. E........ 4
an for V Alie has gbe'St a are moving to Manitoba to better Bl 8 and 9 Ft .s Add ...... .. oe, E .......
1.-- E.sery aerb rlpping up by tl ay the their conditicp, but it costs only about Lots 1. 2 and .3 I Ik 1, Foster's. .. .. oster, G. ....... 1... 1.
m___,_-" __ u State, we take pleasure In reproduc. half as much.to live' well In Florida Lot 1, blk 6. F(os er's Add ........... Poster, O. E.. ..... 1
S ing thle qpulAto, of Heo. C p Clark as in Manitoba. Houses, clothes, food Iots 2, 5 and 6, blk 17. Foster oster''. ...... Poter, I ......... : .9
S3cCREARY, I W Ur of Ml ,IdI, has Just ppeared. and fuel do not cost so much.' Cat- Blks 19, 2d, bI. 22, 2, Foter's Add .. Foster, G. 8 .......... .8I
l ,' .. ..":;Lots 3 and 5, blk "7, Foster's Add .. . Foster, G3. E..... 1.1t
---- CoL ( t. one q!thmerica's tie live the year round outdoors and Oak 34 .... 3t7, :,.......... 4, 42 43
T sS orbot tntt1h*oj o&s, speaks not keep fat. To sum it all up, I would 44, 45. lots 1, 2,. 5 and 6, blk
the Twice.a.Week SO yet; iII from what he a dreamed, as evident- call Florida 'the poor man's para. 46, Foster's Add ................. Foster. G. I. ..... 3.
Lots 4, 5, 6. ilk 47. Foster' Add... Pot*r, 0. E......... 3 '
ths ,50 .; single people L ly did the editor of Printers' Iqk, but dise.' Not that it to not a delightful Lots 2and 4. ik 54, Fostr's Add .. lr'ote (. ........ 2.1
Apvats!raso Rea1 from actual personal observation on habitat for the welitodo and the rich. 1l1ks 5,. SS., 0. Foster's Add... .. .. ter, U. .... 4.2
L 1eaI advertisemenllt, I flt a line his Yrecent trip through the 8tate. They can take care of themselves Blks 61, C.2, 64, 65. 86, Foster's Add .pot. I ...... 4.65
Slohe frstand10estatores addi- Under the caption of "Delighltful everywhere. Why any man will live Biks 67, S, 69. 70., Fostr's Add....... ...tr E. ...... 3.5I'
p insertion. / Florida," Col. Clark, who is a Con- in city slums and rear children there Lots 1, 2. 3. 5 and 6. blk 71, Fos, ed adv rtee nt ."IN=.e" ter's A.d ................... .. .. .......... 4
ilad adverames for grossman from Missouri, say: when he can find a home with pleas- Blk 76 and lots 2. 3, and 4. bik St .
i& funished upon app "'From Dover, N. J., to St Peters- ant surroundings and healthful en- Foster'; Add ............. .. ... l.', ; 8 ....... .i
Marriage and Death mo04Is inserted burg, in southern Florida, lA a lqng vironment in Florida at a price within Blks 1. 83. 84, 85, Foster's Add .. .. ... ., ........ .0
_, ~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Bk o86.,-,,. __ .o ,+ + ,. 7. 88, 90. 91,,. ir.+gge Obituaries, 5 Cent line. distance jump even in the lecture bus. the reach of every day laborer is a Add ......................... .. .
shal ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . My te y ... am no land....
.. ness, but I made it lately a shall surpassing mystery. I am no land Blks 92, 93 94 Foter' Add ........ .... It*.. .
Oa CLsaNse Lis. never regret It-snow, did beavy agent or lan boomer; I own not one Lots 1. 3 and 6, blk 95, Foster's
__o Sun and the Thu +*Wk overcoats .11 Iirer; a, 'blossms, cent's worth of property In Florida, Add ......... ..................... ot r. 1:-.......
N .)World one ea.: ...... 1 orange blossoms, roie fresh vege- but I write these words in the hope BksAdd ....................... .. Foster, . .'s...
s- l un and the At~ot ( ia.)Ad .. . . . . . . .. ose . . .
SWeekly onstltutio on. -.. tables, linen suits, straw hats and fans that folks of small means in cities Blocks 109. 110, 111, 112, Poster's
Ike Sun and the Atlant (Ca.) in Southern Florida. Flprida is not and colder climates, reading this, Add ....................... ... Foster, G. E ........ .
emi.Weekly Journas one ye. I s0 only a layd of flowers, but it i a may Improve ther condition by the Bika 113, I142., Foster's Add .......... Foster, G. E .......
Tke Sun an the Semi.-Weekly land of wonders and of a wonderful simple process of settling in Florida, Lots 1, and 3. blk 107, Foster's
Time.Union one year ........ s0 n de on er Add .......................... .. .. .. Foster, G. E ........ .5'
posalbilities Ponce de Leon never where Natue has been so lavish with Bike 119, 120, 121, Foster's Add... ... .. Foster. 0. E. ........ 3.09
W We will not sWept stanlp of a realized his gorgeous and fascinating her gifts. Blks 122, 123, 124, 125., Foster's Add ...... Foster, G. E ..... 3.0
er denomination than za eets. dream of discovering the fabled foun. "Perhaps the most unlooked for Lots 2 and 3, bi 137, Foster's Add ........ Poster, (0. E........ 1.51
S_ tain of perpetual youth, but Americans thing I saw in Florida was one of the Blks 138, 139. 141. 142. Foster's o
sAdd ......................... .. . Foster, G. E ........ 4.111
Teat that Tilin wi b in the are finding there health, happiness, finest stables of roasts in Amera Blk 130, 133. 134, 135. Fostr'
Tefact that Tillman will be In the are10 13 3.13,F~~
sate is theMain so many comfort and wealth. Florida now has owned by Rev. Dr. 8trouse. the Ita. Add .......................... .. .. PFoster, G. E ..... A. 4.1;
enate is thepmain eason so many a population of something over 700.- mous evangelist. To see his satin- lPractional blk. W of 1:39 and 140,
ople re hopl that Roo t will 000 souls. The great puzzle to one Coated horses and to ride behind his Poster's Add ...... ......... .. Foster, G. E ....... 1.
suceed senator Platt. Fractional bilk opposite 100 and 101,
cceed Senator Plat who has seen It and heard the un. high steppers is a delight to a man Poster's Add ............... ost . ...........
1 P~oster's Add ...... ......... . Fealer, U. 1. ...... .5 ,
"Suppose Thaw's family L W0 not impeachable story of its movelous born and bred in Kentucky and living % of an acre lot known as Tobey
Suppf'ortility is why It hasn't a population in Missour. Dr. Strouse is a splendid Adams' lot, 210 by 315 ft, Nw ,
wealthy." suggests a t wpoarary. of 7,000,000. Virginia gentleman." corner of the Sw of Sw %,
in that case there nevet would have Foster's Add ................ 2 8 7 W. H. Holaway...... U "
been any "Thaw case." "When I lectured at St. Petersburg The twentli4th annual meeting of Lots 7 and 8 In blk 15. Foster's *dd .. .. .. High Springs Maaf.
Company ......... ,I*
,_ we were the guests of Hon. Joseph the Florida State Horticultural 8o- Lot 30 by 150 ft. 8 lot 2,. blk
A .issouri man is belng prosecteted C. Sibley, ex-Congressman from Penn- ciety 4-ill convene at St. Petersburg 127, Foster's Add .... ... .. Will Irvin ......... I
for bigamy by seventeen wives. We sylvania, and his most estimable wife, on May 14, 15, 16 and 17. To most Lot 6, bik G0, F & C Add ............... Will Irvin ........... 1 I
do not know exactly the right Word, and when I lectured at Gainesville we of the horticulturists in this vicinity Lot 4, bit 71, Poster's Add ........ ..... T. S. Kellum ......... 1.0
thre thle ofests th State organitiLots 10. 11, 12, blk C. F & (' Add ...... T. S. Kellum .........
but bigamy" falls short by a lot. P were the guests of Representative the value of the State organization Is Lots 1, 3 and 4, blk 34, Dd E Wh .t- T-.. 3.
___________Frarik Clark and his estimable wife. Lots 1. 3 and 4, blk 34, D.- E. Whet*
Ther coll n ohe e eu h- fully appreciated. This is shown from stbne's Add ....................... J. C. Newberry ...... 11.W
A husband brings suit for divorce The recollection of the generous hos. the fact that they have over sixty Middle 1.3 lot 9, blk 15, Foster's because his idfe blew a tin whistle pitality of these two families will rest members belonging to the organiza- Add ......................... J. C. Newberry ...... S.
upo u lie beedctin ll urLot 6, blk 4Q, Gibbs' Add ........ .. J.*C. Newberry .,.be 1.11
to keep him from snorting. Wesup- upon us like a benediction all our tion from Gaineville alone. It ls Lot 4, blk 20, D. E. Whetstone's
*ose the woma will .nt lat fives. L
pose the woman will not reslstthe ie especially desirable to have a very Add ......................... ...... J. C Newberry .....
separation. Sibey has purchased large tracts large delegation to attend the St. Lot 2, blk 41, D. E. Whetatone's
-- ----- of land near St. Petersburg and is an Petersburg meeting. Our practical Add ..................... .. J. U: Newberry ......
enthusiast as to Florida's future. He men, as well a our scientific Ien, Lot 4, blk 25, D. E. Whetstone's The Government is going to feedhas orange and grape fruit groves, Add ....................... ...... J. C. Newberry ..... 1.
mola-s to some New Orleans negro hso ne spantd gae frui, are appreciated and honored by po- Lot 5 by 1r0 ft, N side, B. W. Duke's
con icts to test its prity. Might as some Just planted. He is establish sftions on the program. In addi- lot, bik 13. Foster's Add ............ J. C. Newberry ... ..4
well try to punish ambo by giving Ing a sort of agricultural experiment tion to the regular program, which Sub-division lot 9, blk 143, Glbba M
s station on his own book to test the ioAdd oth ru la or am,.ih .sub. .....o.n. .t 3Mose Pat ... ..... L
him watermelon. Is worth much more then the cost of
productiveness of the soil, especially iCthu mre te of C nence at the So rn of the ,f
In_ foaepats ti terhtattending, theiA,are a number of spe- g 4 of the Nw %. run
How quiet the administration in forage plants. It is his theory that clal features y of which should ful- thence N 289% ft to begin.
about t h dstro s even those Darts of Florida which are ly repay one-cr the cost and loss of ning, theMce E 100 ft.
teas:r at hicago and the amount called pine barrens can be made to time I attending. N 100 ft. W o100 ft, 8 0oo ft.. 3 8 17 A. L. Smart.........
Sproducetime in attending. Dr. W. Berger Lot 1. blk 6, Whetstone Est.... .. 8parkman A Whatstolen from he sub-treasury at St. produce immense crops. He ays that of the Experiment Statilon, will deliver stone .............
Luie. The officials selected by this aut L Petersbprg as much as a a ce1pre on "Combatting the White- Lots 4 and 5. blk 143, Gibbs' ....... .... Iletsey Taylor ..... ..
reform administration seem be thousand o1r per acr has been fly by Means of Its Natural Enemies." Begin at a corner duo of the Ne
f= -* realized on strawberries. -corner of blk 20 of A. Sim. more dikhonest than form nes Dr. W. O. Richtman of Huntingdon corns' Add.r of bun 20 of A.8 100 It.
wer., who were partisans of th eep- "At Gainebttile kn intellectual will have a paper on "The Production W 100 ft, N 1o0 ft, E 100 t, to eP l, publican dye. schoolma'am told me that one man of Camphor in Florida." Prof. Hume a point of beginning ........ .... Tooks, David ........ 3.
Shad made $10,500 net from three of Glan St. Mary, who has always Lot 2. bik 4% D. E. Whetstone's
We have received an invitation acres of lettuce and that it was ro' tanked Is one of he very best workers Bk Dd W tt'..........s A.........Unknown ... .... 1.
be Ire'- et at the commencement ex- mored that another, man had done bet- and speakers, has consented to give Blk 43, I)D. E. Wh'tstione's Add.......... Unknown ........... 14
- e of tje Jenson High School, ter even than that. a paper on "Somne Principles in Prun'i- Lot 3, blk 4. Whetston's Add.......... Unknown ...........
J Ls* N of which Miss Edith Hunter "It is not generally known that Flor. Ing." illustrated by stereoptican views. Lot 4. blk 4,, iD. E Whetstone's is thl ,fficient principal. These ex- Ida i the largest fState east of the Another very interesting and enter. Add ........................ .. .. Unknown ........... I
erei.,- will be held on the evening of Mississippi. but so it is. Of course gaining feature of the program ta Lot 2. bik .. D. Whetstone's te> th inst., and the program shows everybody knows of her health-glv, free excursion on the 16th to the Ma- Fractiunial bik 2., Foster's Add..... .. .. Unknown ........... 3.
six grad,ates, which is a great com- ing climate, her phosphate beds and natee river points. This will give Lot 3, bia 11. Patton+n Add ....... .. .... .nknown ........... 1.
lImft*I.t to Miss Hunter who was her immense forests of pine and cy- the horticulturists a chance to inspect Bilks 1. 6 and 7, --- Add.... .. .. .. Unknown ........... 1
formrcou an Alacha conty teacher. press. Her orange groves and grape one of the largest bearing citrus lot. 51,4,,6. 0 kbkd 1;:, Patton's Add ...... Unknown I
-.-.. fruit groves and big hotels have been groves in the State of FIoridj. The i.lat 8, blk 7. Patton'u Add,..... ... .. ,. .. Unknown ..
P're.nch Ambassado? has com- extensivelyexploited, but the fact that railroads hare granted a rate of one Lot 6, blk 11, Pattron's Add ........... ..Unknows .........
-ta'u, t, the Secretary of the Treas- it is the best poor man's country in tare plus 25e for the round trip. This Lot'2. bik 2. Moo'.r-s Add ......... .. 4 Unknown ...........
tr, at over-valuation of Prench America has not been exploited much, reduces the cost of traveling to 1%e bractionalkbik .1 res d 5Lk........n. I Unown ........... I
gr., o~ r ,,tod here is preventing ex- and that is the most important future a mile for each mile traveled. Cer- Fracticotl No '. of the Nw .... 3 8 17e Unknown .......... .
14o. rt that country and demands of Florida. If the fact were general* tainly a very reasonable rate. Lst 5, bix N, F & (' Add ............ Unknown ........ ...
tb treatment that is being ac- ,, ,.----. Lot 4, b T, F & Addit 4..... .. .. Uskown ...........
... : ratmnt TheI tarin war m Lots I to hI,,lusivo, bill 144, '!
a'r ma.Th tr waa robce rTbbs Add .. .... .. known ...........
;:-, United States is warming Hiks 15.'. lI, 1 .. Gibbs'e .... .. .. Lnkn,,wn ......... 4
; standpatters will have to *Hk 1.k. frs, tioun .t bik SO. roster's
( o..... ne.n or oar foreign trade Notice is hereby given that the followln described land will be' sold at Add ................. t'nknown ........... t' iiu-_'tiV suffer, public auction on the first day of Jaly, A. D. 1107, at High Springs. in the Blk 162, Fo't* r' Add ................. Unknown ...........
so or. county of Alachua, Florida. before the Council Cbamni:r or so much thereof lik 1s). Fo,,t'-r Add ......... .. I'nknown .......,. -,
as will be necessary to pay the cost doe for taxes herein set apart to the Blks 159. 16:. 1 I Poster's Add....... .. Unknown ........... A
t. n lats recetly set about same, together with cost of such sale sad advertl-nmnr. Iliks 7. s. II. fr.itvonat 12 and 14,
th ",r of the corthouse square, .--- -... .. -- In Wh,tntn. ,t .................. Unknown .........
a hich lot 10, blk P. 1 & C. Add ... .... Unknown .........,.
ha ethe Jaltor. Noe d t lots I and 5. iMk 30, at Whet.
a. t. a manated a glre deal stone ..... ....................... Unknown .......... I- -.re being feo, to9, DESCRIPTION. .,OWNER. Los. 2. 1. 4 ad 4. bit 31. Me t
tramplia y d oteares . Whetton.. ...................... .. Unkews ...........

"1 .or who do not care, for o 1. 3 4 and 4, bik 4., E t
__.of.the..rass..A.row. Whettorn ........................ Us w ........... 1,$:
S n has also bee set L 7. blk 13. Foster's Add............ 3. K Anderson ...... S1615 Iots. 2 3. .. ,, blk 53. Est Whetq-iuare, which will be pro- 5. bik 11. Peter's Add.. ..- K. Andesos....... 10.11 stoe ........... .. .. .Ushnewn .....
" temporary e or Lot 4. blk 9. Patton's Add................ K Andeoson...... 3.8 I 4. blk Moore's Add ............ Unlbows ...........
Lot 4. blk 4. Patton's Add .-. ..- .-. .. Aadrew Ashwood. .. .5.3 1411 Menr. Add ............. 4 eoa ......... .. 3TheNw and the N4 of Sw%. W beina plat S by 'o ft. lot 4.
: Adamns.th, gntl man co m nIng 2 ft 8tthene W 1 W s l 5oar Add ....W.. W a. .

r 5 1t tamu tar-has and 14 t to a corner, thence E1 *ka** *............ *7" **
r 180 ft to a corner, thence N. Blks 4, 4. 7 es2 lw blk 4,
speakers adorning a ]80 ft to a corner, thence N V W .. .......... ..Me M..MeWhetstone 1Senate of 1907. Belg 5I ft to a corner. thence 10 lk 2. I F & W. Add.. ......... 'e.... .. MWbe o MsS 1,
o takeeas ,te to ft to beginning......... .. 2 8 7 .8.. Adderbat...... 6.18 Lts? ..4.k5, S..&W Add.. .. .. .. s_,MettleWhetsteae I.
I:" lllmlrtamlmm~weawbk Lot 100150 ft. blaei lot 6, blk 127.late 1.2&3.1Othl, S. AW.Add .. .. MsseeWlase... I
poser's Add'................. ... Victory Bryst ....,. 2.54 so% ,of Nw 14. Ad ..... 3 8 1? To W.ma ..,... .
tt of lot Lt 2. bi 5. Moor's Add ............. 8 T. Wood..........
thve e** et FlMg's aehest bi. 17. Po.ter's Add .. ... ... .. VtM7 P .st....... 1 e oe ....... .. .. .A.Mrb.........
and al~gAA lateam y lt 30 b 30 ft o te g % f *Coumace at N~w er of *
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......... Ao o- t The first symptom of Coitagious Blood Poise is'%tM ly a I ittl
dments od with te es oro b wess Deedents in arder Cases ulcer which does not always excite suspielos beca eof its sig.
A m edm entk- o 118-bli... "he s i_ ..... or,
-- the eIslature. dW r p th Aprg' Dring Day but as the poison becomes mor firmly rooted the blood, the r
sddle a 1'-l c b ", a msany throat ulcerate, copper-colored spots appear rash breaks Out on tv ie y
of his oaa re good saddler and the hair begins to come out, glands in the neck and groins swell, a
S E OLUTION WAS .LOST peedy4tiv.i. BOTH PLEADED NOT GUILTY ulceraiting sores form on the limbs, hands or faci. But this is ,t a
.Term of iivo*,. a 00 per one get the poison is allowed to remain it works down and attacks the bone., ca
rip, or $ t privil,,e of rn- d,_ necrosis or decay, and makes a complete physical wek of the Iu:: g
owe Proposed Anesoa.Igmf 10Ini w N7ws.Ams nloTilDyWs o*IaB('
's Propose Amn t fug m .are a Of5l as isneer wish. Almost Entire Trial Day Wa Co* will not doto tamper with a diseasesopowerful p, Contagious Blc I'
Ioning Taxes of Pe1g1l and 1 iItydit yAlSfte5 ePTe,,l10.00 sumed In One Civil Case-List of for every day the virus remains in the blo0A the trouble is tr n
aces for Shols Met Its to insure a so sand a ek.Jurors Drawn to Serve SecondWek toward a more dangerous stage, and may in tihe ewd get beyond t r
her Legiav New. B, Y ,., oTr-ad urany treatment. There is but one certain, reliable cure for Cont:. i ,. ,
ther esatie om B LY REED i Teds--Orand Jury Diseharged. Poison, and that is S. S. S., the greatest of all blood purifiers. T
thirty-one Senator Present From Friday's Daly Sun. attacks the disEase in tae right way by oin down into the 1 a
y, the morning see was The circuit court convened at 9 forcing out every particle of the poison. It makes the blood pure : a
with rnner.. 4 waPlain. o lc ut ornn a strengthens the different parts of the body, tones up the system :, .
ith praye by th .eh pln. o'clock Th a morning puruat this hwuiliating and destructive disorder permanent. The impr e,
c+ourteees oft do we" r ex* toI adJournment oWednesedy. His commences as soon as the patient' gets under the influence of S. s r
oCan I en Honor Jd J. T. Wills presiding. continues until every vestige of the poison is driven from the bloi -.e
e- ofr, ll The Vrud jury cam. Into open sufferer completely restored to health. 8..8.. is not anexperimntt its
tpr Jobi e of Stwatsan on court and rendered a true bill Agaiast success and has cured thousands of cases of Contagious Blood P n, i
ed 4g I04rt bill, which was John OSlth, allas John Martin, murder every stagb, and being entirely free from minerals, is a sage as well a ,...:
bif -Nl, S bill for the re- A"odoIn tlhe Irt degree. treatment. If you are suffering with this debasing disease get the
S pw* Of the late s ator 0 VOm Ketate Jo fal, g bone d It being neossaary to hold this term out of your blood with 8. S. S before it does further damage. Special homn:e eg the seventeenth. The very seie protein gener, of the court dg the second week treatment book on the disease and medical advice sent free to all wlo w:te.
L t e e v e t e nt h 'i o l eyJ m v ? A r vt l o t e r o f t h e c o u r t d u l n g t h e s e c o n d w e e k W I I P E C I F I C C O A T AT .G
tbI t an aDI'6prlation produelt o gd enouto' b thereof, the Judge, in the presence THE SW TSPCIIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
a mount the late Sen wal a fir la Lexisgo+, E. of the clerk and sheriff, drew from
v secured s series Billy .asb 1 sax 's Jack. the box conutainan the pabes of perhiad he not died. On mo- st dam jblgowell b t je k ; 2nd s05e selected for jurors for lacahus
_. ao Johnson, the rules smp rl ragon. lity Reed county for 1907. the following named
we& and the bill put on Its o half bro or to he Bsli jeck, she persons to serve as petit Jurors for
ISng and was passed unani best male jkO n Ull woo tee ut y, Ky.the second wee:S et o r
+ i ~Terms of' 0, .00 .Per sloxis,'zo:JOXItl41*Tere, ,+~~epr "iles with pri. B. 1P. Dyese, 0. B. Bryant, 'l. toorport
e of amusement was created l. of reoi as faes it 0 sry Moran, .W. F. Love, J hambe- E.E. VOYLE. GR.
tor BeaWd of the Second within *l y e after the sint ser. t, L Cushman, T. L. Blanton, Abssre of Title and full information flourished I rng lands o th
Senate bill No. 862, by re. vie. *$15 tol ore a ol to0 stan B. R. Colson, M. M. Holt, ., M. Till- esonsty, Our manager has lived in thbldis 4hI rty year and
....bprvie prtcto fo d see ,etou~h] ovmm ihb d e
lob provides protection for a,, due for either horse man. M. M. Sanchez and J. R. Will- is thoroughly conversans wish la ttle.
SThe bill was referred to or Jeak wh t"0 esrviee it rendered. lams, and the clerk was Instructed to
Ittee on State affairs. oExoeps wheis bred to insure a coat, Issue vetre for same, returnable on
West of the Pourth intro- then servieeflsdoewhe~neoismeets Monday, May 18, at 2. p. m. V
-- -, bill N o. 364, "wh ich p ro- "q u irem eo gi ", e w h en the m ars, 1 l '1
to bill No .84, which pro toie h to another h mar During the day M. John Holt and 1JRE~ AOCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNIY INSURAANCE. Ber.l.
no amount of cotton less or jask. John Smith, alias John Martin, each snting a number of prominent Amerlean and E ltish companies,
ble shall be sold between Au. / L'io will be Vetaled on solo for ser. charged with murder in the first de- REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOAlb .
sad Sptember 15, without a vie fee. gree, were arraigned, and each plead- le
(s. The bill was madp a Mares will be kept on pasture ast ed not ullti as charged 'In the in-
for Priday morning. 8 00 pot Moth. dictments against them. to the maintenance of public roads AT THE TABERNACLE.
No. 267, by Mr. Beard, This stoek I i make the preoent The greater part of the trial day was and privileges of the several counties.
roiding f..- the d"' -. "season at Duooprvau Farm, oe and
viding fhor the dsp 'onehalf miles sr of Orage Lake, consumed In hearing the cases of W. Afternoon Session. Rev J. B. Nelson Delivered a Fine
Slate by husband and about two ald'oe-half miles south. R. Thomas vs. 8. G. Gay & Co., as- The House adjourned for dinner dur- Sermon There Last Night.
te d for its trst time and west of MeIn oh. sumpsit, damage $500, in which the ing the discussion on House "joint From Saturday's Daly Sun
& ] AJ V ._ jury returned a verdict for the plain- resolution No. 226, lay Mr. Faulkner Rev. J. B. Nelson of Grand View,
memorial to Congress seek- ltosh, tiff In the sum of $288.49 and cots. of Taylor-Proposing an amendment Ky., the evangelist of the, Chr
priation to clean the St. The case of Harry Hailty va. the to Article 12, Section 12, of the State Church, began a series of mn,,_tings
of th hyacinth pest was against the bill, because It reMelrose Manufacturuing Company, as- constitution, relating to education, at the Tabernacle last night. The
sood time and passed by wduced against the bill, because It re- sumpsit, damages $500, was called and The resolution proposes that all taxes Brst meeting was held attend,!. and
St e$ 00 du.ed the bll wa s defrom $,400 to a part of the testimony submitted, when paid by white taxpayers should go those who heard Rev. Nelson con.
meaeorial-Requsting Con- o0. The bll was defted by court adjourned until 9 o'clock PFriday to the support of white schools, and eluded at once that he was an orator
allow Florida to survey all vote of 6 t 1. Inorning. the taxes of negroes to the support of a forcatul nature.
eat mnds in the State, passed Senate joint resolution No. 127, by During the forenoon the grand Jury of negro schools. The resolution was Services will be conducted in the
ite without a dissenting vote. Mr. Buc man, which is as follows: came into open court, made its pre favored by Mr. Faulkner and Mr. Far. evening at the Tabernacle. beginning
Baker presented a petition "Be it resolved by the Senate and sentments, and was discharged with ris and was ppposed by Mr. Malone, at 7:80 o'clock, until further notice,
ethfens of Marlon relative to House of Representatives of the State the thanks of the court. The present- Mr. Willis of Levy, Mr. Dupont, Mr. and a cordial invitation is extended
legIslation with the request of Florida, Jointly, tat the Senate ments appear elsewhere inqthls paper. Knight of Columbia, Mr. MacWill to the public.
e number of signatures appear and House of Representatives of the lams and Mr. Crawford, and after a
le calendar. State of Florida do hereby jointly de- THE CIRCUIT COURT. lengthy session was lost by 29 yeas Indigetion.
ate 111 No. 870, by Mr. Buckman temine that a revision of the consti- to 25. nays, less than th6 required With its companions, heart u'rn.
rising the aeoeptance from the tuition of the State of Florida Is n -eces Adjourned Friday Noon Until Monday thre-flfths vote. flatulence, torpidity of the liver n.
S tates Government of the ap* ry," was taken up on its third read- Afternoon at 2 O'clock. The House adjourned to Friday stipation, palpitation of the Lart,
to for the agricultural exper g. Senator Adams moved the In- The spring term of the Circuit Court morning, poor blood, headache and other er.
taton at Gaineville, was read dofinite postponemet of the bill, has adjourned, after a week's deliber- -- vous symptoms, sallow skin. lol
Bret time. On motion of the which was carried by a vote of 18 atious, until Monday afternoon at 2 THE UNION PICNIC. tongue, offensive breath and a eg!ion
cer the rules were waived and o'clock, when the second week of the of other ailments, is at once the rost
I passed Its second and third ed a smlar ly rectly defeat term will be taken up. Large Number of Sunday School Chil- widespread and destructive malady
enate bill No. 27, by senator e- The first week of the term has been dren and Others Went. among the Amerlean people. Th. ier.
bill- =-- No y r ---A at. abSenate bill NO.n Judge Wills in the
te bill No. 252, by Mr. Hudson a busy one, s Judge Wills in th Oe of the largest and most success bine treatment will cure all these
provide for tfie enlargement and Creary-To provide o f the keping e court room and State Attorney A. V. ful picnic excursions ever given in troubles. 500 bottle. Sold by W .1.
?of the State capitol, was taken Logi h rn uyro aeJohnson.
of a record of alsl ales or dynamite o l in the grand Jury room have this city was the union Sunday school a a speola order. After much by all persons, Arus or ooratons kept matters stirring.
-ion as to a desirable location who deal in, so r offer for sale The only case before the court the Methodit, Episcopl, Presbyter. 3BTTRIZW3D!S O.EDES
he cost of the lot for the erection dynaFite, and pioyiing for filure Friday was that of Harry Hamilton i~~ a~d Baptist churches of the city~
a supreme court building, whlechos cr The bin iaed rs. the Melrose Manufacturing Com- Friday.
il calls for, on m on Seator its third reading by 4 vote of 26 to 0. y, assumpsit, damage $500, which sriay. DR. ROBT. 0. BOWERS,
+ :eThe Senateradooarnedoto 10to. A special train consisting of ten
She president was requested to mTh Senate aed to 10 a. was begun Thursday afternoon. The coaches, all heavily loaded, left the DENTIST.
pt Senator Sams and Hudson j Friday. jury returned a verdlet in this case city at 9 o'clock for Worthington
~ttee to Investiate the coI TH HOn favor of the defendant. Springs, arriving at destination in Offee ln Miller Law Exchange.
t the building and make their IN THE HOUSE. Judge Wills and State Attorney ffty-live minutes without mishap.
Son Monday of next week. The House was called to order at Long left yesterday for their home in The spacious picnic grounds at Ofice Phone No. 2; Residence o
Isiator Crane's bill. No. 16, and 10 a. m. Roll call showig a quorum< 8tarke, where they will remain until Worthingtour-with the massive oaks
S Mcreary's bill No. 84, and present. Prayer by the chaplain. Monday. and magnolias and the cool, inviting
or Humphrie's bill No. 101. rel- Bills were introduce as follows: Durlng the day friday W. M. David- spng proved a testrle rs B. ELLIS, JB.,
-spring. proved a most desirable reto uniformity of school text- By Mr. Carter of A)Oh a-Elecion son was arraigned upon three indict- sort, And those who attended enjoyed
and cheaper book for the chl. of executive committeemea. mental of selling liquor in a dry coua- the occasion very much. The dinner ATTORNEY-ATLAW
et Florida, were made a special By Mr. Farris of Duval-Relatlhs to ty, pleading not guilty to each la. was served at the appointed hour, and for Tuesday dr next week. sale of tax certifiate held by the diotmet a better picnic dinner was never seen
....a i8tatecnc t erw--nve senGarxastuaJ, Fros~v
bill No. 152, by Mr. Alfard- In Florida. ...
the duties of the several Mr. of Dval-elatin nane ad erton o buldn for The picnlckers returned home in the
S o x deed.. higher educational instruction ofe A cbu U Abstract Co
salere-appeared on its thh glaring this to be one of the most V U.J
mator Alford spoke I ftv. ment of poll taxes as regulatte to vot- A message was read from the Sen- successful affairs of the kind ever ( a eorPr"sa
the bill and expressed the hope ate and bill referred to the proper held in the State. P e Clo e. .c-aandi
ByM.Rno saai-rto omlmttees. Pres 9 at con see.-Trm+*
'te bill, which was reported una- Ticket Agent Goodwin sold "O
-y by the judictary conunitt. ton o gophers tickets for this occasion.AIN ViLLE, FLA.
bmeomae a law. 8enatir Westl By Mrs. Geiger of Layette-r Bill on Third Redng. .tksftso _o._iec o e a aint t bion of fences by railroads to pr House hil No. 61. by Mr. Beard of We do an exeleusve Abutra." tie'rt poe against the bill ct stock Secod-Ameding Section 16 A Delightful Evening.n with fettle for impr:
!. that the State should be-: Iotfo. nincad-AednlSc/n1S3ADlghflEein.lbratlone taelingtD51 : ~'
thyt the bsta shud he y Mr. Donegan of Oceda-Rebt. of the ieneral statute of the State One of the most delightful loformal as' sa all lnds In olaehoa eof) 1
-by the b-t and he iu to multIlation of marks of domes- f r da; easd.k e social functions of the season was a All blaee*se ast ed promptly
do+ -i+ +. ... ..... animals. Semste bill No. 130, by Mr. Bakercard party tendered by Mrs. W .T. *- -***---,r* -.
tic "animals.' -' '- + V NS S E
By Mr. Donegan of Oeela-Ena of the Twieet-Proviat for the Clasnhi, East Liberty street. compilOT 0 99 ploymet of attorneys by esalty com- Teceptice and afekeeping by the corn- mentiary to her niece. Miss Bird, of
-T DAtorse.slby ml of agriculture of the field Momtkello. Thursday evening.
By Mr. McCutcheoon f P aotes maps and records In the office The alatr was not largely attended,
-tr I" .. U lug a perso to do any set agalast 0 the su'v@erUel al, appertatain g there being only three tables, but a sad
th aEefeisam hl will. or eeofess to crtme. to d Oh l F ; pased. thos pre5at enjoyed the eveaa
BW Mr. Paulkar of Seeate bill No 38. by Mr. McCreary ing thoroughly, and are under ana
ad r bidding oerte tas a ma. o h hryeod-eatet l bg~a to Mrs Chesnt far as g
ahee freettoms for prlting, etc. of ballots; o to meet her ~ue sad
3IlBy corgme of m mgmls* pent. also for the eterstameat etthe psple C'
-s* *-By Mr. Maoe* of oNaseo-Prov eve aa. Mrs. C heset proettg b.*
~~ D~y Mr. Willis at Levy (by rfeet)O tag for the expense of ciralt jokge. the agedl deve bestree.
-- elauve to mat ri res me n ms .. 1.. the I sre ls i e a nD s s. el es mta so t e m
was etParMa year. s ab s uwe eserset agag-*
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LEGA~e, MTIO PORFIXOOX.NOTICZ F"R PUBIJCATION.
Tthe Honorable Board of Pubic lmtkbrUotioU LeAd Ofl1oe at 'Janenvilie. V10a*
PETIi*0V~PO ELECTION. We. be undersigned voters and ts~a~#r Nes1*1atherebyr Oven that in onpta"
Um~~w ~l "06 h al94id Pstf11 Instruction : ,. f ~ ~ pat ro jotttled *Afl .et Tor the *W*l
We, the tWGsrs a tax-payers and te arour honorable body to tall an *lee- %I In the qtat*% of California, or*K~d~ey 4ouble prys ~ theMin, voters residlag Ini the Wilit for e- Io Z cod Lc Itli the low. and at a tiliviWaliilinTrrtry"a ciaA-4 Scoo blet~c No 8R fou tab to yomlvs for the purposetof eittadew Wbe t1ubli liandc States bvsx
.0 a itifl awai the boundary of said territory. Anil of A%(~ 8g Nicilob4 J. Bitirriyoof 6Kep
Will vigor and cheerful- your bonoE'ablit b(Wly to call an elc or the election ot three trustees. and the berry. @ Of4 Alachua, Slateo lota
~zper ~ .uie~sooutioll ill acd*rda~cewdth the law, and pr.0o nmleff the tuiilaiie. h'ati sthsolie h'sworn wt&W
attil ai tim Q9al to yoralvs for e ppeti your honorable biody to embui' lln N he'puribsi of~ the Sw 14
wetmhe 1w klidneyo are at asaeidal oyurevs fr~ district the following desrie ir fM o.otpN.QS.1 No. 16 KC. saj
out oftrderr or dis- the purpose ofj changing the boundary toryr towit: All of Sections 14. IA. 16i 0. 3. '1 %%!!. tsr Proof 114460Wshat the and son bS ts ce-of said distrIat, for the election of k ft d, 36, 1. StbS. 32. M. :14 nti, &. andii,~ mo~ b*Tt I ~ r or tone Iba
theWet bllof So~oti 13. 111. 21% and *S3.i~ a' '''.'u'tifa] purD(6011. -ad to e-4tabliah
MADE MOQbTE At SUYidetob as thrve triaste and for the purpoq of IsTowasitip10. Range SI : a.oLt? n to~~t ~i Nlana I&W t Sealter and
'becoe so pre1alut naming the9 Diliage to b. awimod; mOe~t ZLevy Et5!,y: a qno'- ecll J. tl 4. Hi'.r'snsleV on ThMurwiny, ~
tha sald ditre to embrace~~ the follb'wlug It & Ufin #ag 7.2 i'1. 1 E; 6th ik riawJe. 196
T@Uuifll6LT, IS.0 1,. 1% a R nd SIo Itle ai Jne. asI,?. t Roy
mon for a child to A escie tqttr towit: rwbp ~ 3 ,~afr~ a A lpe'
Tou, ~pIIDgthe metilt and born afflicted with All (if lkotiiI1 25, 261, 27, 28, 29, erot.J .Faxr...Aukr all of Ntwh.rry. Fl., '
Making wcakto -ft*eys If~rin thegbaetootf~fliu~lSa 30, .31, .12, 8 3,34, 86, AD4 3, Townshtp 7., 0.Tin. IjL It Turver. 'I. F. Perry, 0 A Al.rieieanoi'mJ
MilingSUQ~tlnaf# 8terin hil uifflatpto, oten iftheunn RaMngo' 16: i1lit O Sections 1, 2. %uIs.e Tillman. A4 -e~eW ) bv~tvle adaelvilae of
,oo q'Tillim-s. A. A.Zetrtuer. J. Robert Zeroec thlqofmc4 onqrbstoft fthi5a
t0no hi et tb flesh, orIf, when th chi ild eches41 9. 4. 5. 4, Or. k 10, 11. 13. 14, OiCD Ht&L uritihv, J. H1. Owens. T. 1. (layo!June [,all.
tino hsPs-are when it should be able to control the 15i, 1ht, 17,' A1~ 22, 2 3, 24, 25, 86, Peni. G. H. Koller. J. S Coulter, W. A. Po'r- ild HENRY S. 01W Ressts
An pJO~tfltY w oontobeoffere ItI et afflicted with bed-wet. 27, 'li 33, 3k 36. Township 8, ter. uhrin Zetrouer. M4. /.etrouer. S. 0- WatA
An OP~rtilnity S 90C to b e,,-- ZetouerNOTitCE 44' A1)PLICATiON-Vf A
totepople of G~~V9t er 11*l n pnithe cause of the diffi- Rango IM hi a ta o Sect~ons 1, 2, 3. o*-h bv petiionu,1 he prepentod D)EED U 1IER sycTIO4 # ( O QAPmm
soei ead l~aiboto--that culty ik trouble, find the tlrst 4, it 1, 11I iet, ,Twship 9. Rtfle to the Board of Public Instructivii of Alaehult C4N. Ik~ OF LOARIDA.
n~r nrgr otestep ohuld betottards the treatruent of 115 also of 8 19, 20 and 21 county. Fltiu at t~h ineti tonl be haril' one~tatMb M
,pnergetic little Pest so aulJIt U thee ilnprtautorgails. This uppleasait. Towt hp 8 Itll 16. June W. l7fat uit 1, hei~ Ovi'en thnater oh us
all, which someitimels 111111111011 t*"V" iruble is due to adiseasted condition of Very respectfully, eaze No 12.") timtl tthe ftd day,
fauctified people to may things, tlat the idneys and bladder and not to a B. I.. F1la*, 1P Ward, J. R. HILL M~R DIVOIICE A.D 0, PI. hove flle"i L:qt LprtlacsU
los peplesupos. Toms, I-11a.114~r.fotlI.e. sah n~ hae "Inic ni'l~itoation for ,gouldfl't souttll well, 41Ad V11ic0 by Was habit as Uotpol ups.Thms ) f atr in the Circuit Court. Eighth Jusileial~iroutt. to Msur In aee.'rn'of NA:ith law. a
a~~ec makes .isl Womenaae as wvell as mn are nit mtiser. Note-The above petition will be Alachua County. Flida Ir. (1haloery. ('ate embraces the f oi:, %Ig (deltr
pr ce clas, 101121101 ab~le with kid ntey and bladder trouble, p~resented to the Board of Publd In isa %illiawpa vs. Newton w uligas-no' ertt itUiAted in A~eu. ou ty plot
to eeyclmSO*And both need the se rit remedy. striction)Ii Ala~chua county, Florida. worc 1-4le oft Nw 14 ec ., o?
ProfaC. The milld 1.1d the ite eRC ffect of at tile ming to be held on June it appearings bv amldavit aPI-nded to the bill a scaI e". ~R
jag., editor of The.WAM Ntw*11U1t, Swm-otisotelie.Iitoil.1'.Williams. the defendant therein niiinl!is a th bv d~ggsts il fitv-resident of the Silate of b'~orlflaa, that selI th iuante of ,.uwt eerti~we,, iii the
cat it 'r en and utie-doll.ar atNOTICE OF ELECTION. defienditnt hai been absent for tte thsasixi. of '11. Tiflis.
who s tttrng te 8se ili, das nxt i eedin ths Oderor tttustin Unlc-ss sa eefrtlit'ate %riti lit, redeerf4l
ofi~tlOIo temsqtdto, wbiah~sz ote.Yum~ asnx.pcelgIi re an Pucclo rdlIb't. la%% taxideed whi thereoni
Of letle kOn, tsahe m caMir hsizveae bottl e o v) Ali vloction Will be held at the Bell wa is q~noeeillub himself so thiat SorvI5 the 1101h day of May'. A D). Ilk)..
is wn kown isA 9M crrirt a'stise RIsa"Pl botleschool house, In the Bell School Dis- ubpoens cttlflot b)e matde uponit him. and wltness Ill) omI'ial "Iinattiare and nel &Ikbg.
bymi reas omo mao over the aite of twenty-one yealfs: te1t ivo p~,A .1
arrived In thelcty, wo parpos to bymi re loa~~trict of fAlgchua county, F'lorida, on Ish therefore ordered that said "the 17 iSit fArl H WiE~o lC5
delier wo ectfe, and possibly pamnphlet telling all about S%% p-RC.0 Saturday, June 15, 1907. for the pur- VA defenldant be and hie is horeby('er Cirui 9.ur MH e Co., lie
delive adrs ie ui.o nclu~ling many of the thousands of test pos of determining whether or not aired to :twiwear to the NOTICE of' 000.CTIN ~t
treHwill Wrnte-U111O moitial letters' received from suffere &in% filed it aid cause on or befor
theGaUOVIicGrde ad ig cred I witngDr Kluer& oa special tax school district, for the therwIme111 the allegatIons of said bill will be DI.Ei) UNDFII SF.CTIoN 8 Or CHAPrf.andth Uivesiy f lOrida, Binghamton, N. V., be sure find Uinciti 2i chmiglig of thei asndri Iie oonfe~sed by)6&aid .efelauu A
Seboolsanth UOMtOftipae.D tmaeaymstkoftebudr ItIs further ordered that this ordell be pub. 4 KA'4 LAWS OF FLO)RIDA.
Andl May arrange to gie 's public lee. t remepa er ot niie, 11% isn a" o h ecino he F5 ne eeittfu o'etv e Nattoe to hereby Oiven tat Ic 91011111011h
beoehemkshi r ilnrsan h' tees tht-refor,du for the purlwoe of 0 ainesville StIMa R' liwO 11101- pquwhA4er of Tax Certideate Nof) 4ta"I
tue Wtrebwnt-k~t- determining thle rate of williage to be h54ilais ay nt anlet,. 10)1 AaYt o MY) A1110. an htu44. *
fro tbi) city. dress, 'Biniaiintot, ,01eer asseiised sknd collected therein for-the 8. R. WaNNirS, Clerk Ciroult COM t.'iojrt for tax deed to lau@ inaoordljese
Prof. Pribble ts a young mn, but it bottle. -- next )iII(Ceed lug two years thereafter. A truO 001)7 Of orlifInal, law. lk estifate embraces goe
.,idet fro 111 volyirsation and Polls will be open at S o'clock and SejS VEOS Clerk 0ireult Court. losing des~'lted ilotbrtI' Situated In Alookko a
Ivdet Ho illsN Soon .. for C.'ilainalftt. county, I'Icrida. ttowit:
a,~ excellent reCOUMmada$0ons he UNION ACA6EMY EXERCISES, close at sunset The following unmed Swl14 and 14w 1-4 of So 1'4 Mec. 10, Wp.
eduatrs ndperlsons have been appointed Inspect- 1-2Th salad ein
carries fromt leading tauaosadors of -&aid election: J. E. Vlhiamis, NOTICE FOR I'L'IIIACATION. Rh %o~ld~ andreins.ae at tile 4&
raurlitsofti. o~ti7,58wel sMt. Pleasant M. E. Church Filled t W. A. hiryant. J. A. Ward, one o Lan Joiea taaevil ~ h W.sui~ Of uoi rbs lat h
th hnded o pess notion from Its Capacity Wednesday Night. whomi shall act at; clerk. Ao~5htb given 1.a in W?.~ Unilem oald osrutoste shall b eeth~leaingpaprs tht h Isa lau The comBcyn exrcsdeor of Board of Puiblic I with 0e prvibions of the not of comngs of sit 0rdlit~ it) lsa tax deed will liac sw
the lauangptpes, taheoAan Un omcad em ene a ee in o trltilo this the 7th day' of May. .June L.187s ent.I 'An met fur the esto Of on the 00th dlay of May. A D) $A.
of nIlusual intellectW u tlies and Union. Academy WedesayKSni tiwbehlooda in the Iatnof Califowas. Ore- WittiPA MT Offlil a nature eS04a~~b'
()Ie who is thoroughly familiar with are said to be the greatest in Lii Chlairman Board Pub. instruct. egon6W teod alth Wllon Trrl ta" W 40%t i o I3I A ~W3
tbe subject upoU which he will talk, history of the school. Attet: J. i,. KEILLEY, See. aEU u It. of August 4,140E, William Ii. Hayes,0 of Pi 0 lar Cirui Cor.-sbua
ilcounty of Alachua, State of F~lorida. beq = ---_and of which he says he has made a, Several hundred persons were pres- NOTICE OF ILECTION. day fillei ti Nfio hi% s ornsaftJ OTc: i APIATO F
moqt careful study for years. eto insthcoig.The ora- Section Ne. 4 In Township NO n ow,~s hecoig \i SO No ED UNI)IMI SIP.CTIOV A OF CKA
'11e dates for his lectures have not tions were full, well discussed and Ali lIoction will be held at the Road- 16 K. and will offer p roof to sow 11 ah 0110. LAWS O" FLORIDA.
field school house, in school District land a ulgbt Is more valuable for Its W Iro
yet been decided upog, but will be most gracefully delivered. The order Noa4o lcu ony lrd.o tone than for anioultaral purposes. A to Nort'Ion sere irive (uthilat n. C* '
10 N. 54of lacha conty Floidaon*stabliah bits elalm to tiald lu betfre lfto Northitis ofeb *T ven Cithaote 4o
puhilished In due time. could not have been surpassed; at Saturday, June 15, 190)7, for the pur- and Receiver at Gai..slvil.e. F~la. "s Thum- ostot the 3rd day of July,
times, even a pinfall could be heart!l. loe of determilging whether or not d ay. t be 6th day of June. IW7* flied said certiffloae io my 1ft1
sa~ ditrit hai becrate a pei enm.awiese Rowdv Bosley, G. made as'pllcation for. tax deed toms
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. Miss Hattie Brisbane waii salutator- B4l ititsare rae p .Hitly. L J. UuInn. T. r. .'oColiaher, all of accordanate with law. Said certidlt"
______tax school district, for the election tylier.f'Ia. brace% the following 4eseribed propor3,
Ian and Tourgee Debose was valedic- of three trustees the'refor, and for the Any abd all persons tla'mlnir adversely the stated lia Alachua county. ilo-a, VoIS1 Anrul Eamiatin t beHeld In torlan of the class. The isubjef ts tjopo of determIning the rate of abve-desoribed lands are requesaid to file N I-1 or SvA 14 of Ne I.4 W. of'RR I*~ Anrua Exainatontteber oiems in this ofilu on or beforw said 6th 11, Tp. I0) If. H. June, Conducted by Dr. Kelley. were as follows: "Duties of Life," rlIlago to be asseased and collected day of June. gwr. The sald land being amoused at the itlf
ther* n fourth nxt suceedig two0 HENY S. 11USH Roffoterthe lisuance of suen esiiaei h
Dr. J. L. Kelley Countyr Superin- bliss Hattie Brisbane; "Education," trinfrhe et cedigwo1 KRY 'I' of Susan Chrondsts'r. nts
years tlucreafter. Polls will openm at Unless ask "r~so a t h he rodepeA6.
tenicunt of Public Instruction, re- Miss Everline Rivers; "Responsibil- 8 o'clock and dlose at sunset. The NOTICE or APPLIC)ATION FOR TAX oordinda t4) la6w."1 1tea dee will issue i~.e~ que-is The Sun to announce that the 1Wy of Opportuni ties." Miss Alberta following named persons have been DIMID UNDER 811CTIMN I OF 08API111 he 3rd day offJta.., a. 0.aur bed l
aiiiual examination of applicants for Glass: "True Politeness," Miss Odella ftl)PI-)Int#. inspectors of maid election: VW. LAWS Or IY.RDA thbe 10 day tif May, A. a ill)?.
teachers' positions in the schools of Wilkins; "Womnan a Factor In Race N .Oes 3 .Jiisoa .jKtloe is hereby given thill J- P. Fr-i'. Pur- lfk lot Wur A4 I"
Roberts, oile of whoni shall act AN obaser of Tax Cerifidgleft NO. SM. 1WI ad smi.1 CrutCor lohaC.
Alachuna county will be held in this Progremi," Miss Nancy McDonald; crlerk. ti ated the ird day of July. A. W:11101. has fled
(it', for four days, beginning Juune 4. "Farewell," Miss lal Lang; "Thle By ordi-r uf Hloard of Public Ili $Oid U1rwtcate In mly 0111116. %ad has NATICK Or API'TLI(ATIOiI FOR Eivry person aspiring for the po- Value of Reading," Tourgee lDeBose. %'truc(tiln this 7th day of May. A. 1). man s uortn ioh for. taxdeed uao. I=" DiELI) UNDERl ?%tcriow N or OIIA
miton f tachr i ths cunt Isehii- he iusc rndeed as xcelen, lti7 SR. Ii. WEECKS, brace the following doeribed property Rltu- 4VV. LAVR or VUt.fltDA. tllhigh orderheandnithdecductyrIsuingChairmanitBoardenPur.diasseruction. ated Iti Alachua ci~unty, Florida, toati:
l. fr xaniaton Aplcatsar o ag.Ates: naKFIK Boar Pub l str iato N 1-4 of %* 1-4 of Mw 1-11 Sec. lb. TjP. 11 A.. Notice t is hroby Iiven that Jno W. NJ
for~~~~~~~~~~N extnutin oflcat are ofI of hiw orer aen. indee chrmng Att t: J.e L. KEaL Yf sunid A.t *- F
t~:~tdto be promptly on hand. After the, delivery of'the orations, .----- 1.4-*- of Rt-l A*rs 1- o w .ur.IAo 1 a er Sod ea o fle. A.aI
liriing legal cap paper, pen and Principal T. r,.. DeB68e came forward, NOTICE OF ELECTION. Rw. fM 4 fS 4Mn 1- Tp0 tir" ibled saieoetin ll de '
and with timely remarks. Introduced. Ali election will be' held at the Ta- Th bal 194 acre dath aofae~osthoe folwi law Mild eI
the bous lai bet s:assem,.athdeo .rse thMolwi odcried
.Io (e desiring further Information for the purpose of deliverig the dl- comia school hout-P, ill the Tacoma tf Iosuancey Sf N.c Ipoe Ubanda U. Jh. nae ato i-6 AlaeaA ee.. Toi. .
scrsaeby addressing Dr. plozntt1s, the county superintendent, School Dlxtriet o Saturday, June 15, oltoe slaiceriiae el.l toL.e and . eae. w so: &c of Swi4b W.T' O lewomd n f1'0o7, for th. purposes. of determining *o~sgt atXde illsa bro ~ Tho said lanid kicinb, &A~-aesd at ilbe da,
I., ey this city. Dr. J. L. Kelley who~tt tad one. ta eofl 11161 b~OI 0te14atasoflbl etlct n
'a hethur or tot mail district shall be the 90th day of Way. A 1). :In h aeseo uc rllaei t
thee m bestla adree whichr ever fel] atideof A na Clark.
th bstadrssswhcheerfelenlarged an a spivlal tax school dis- tes h a o Apil. A alsure nd Unkt m "Wa sai rtifleato shiail be rai
Gwd Words for Chamberlain's Counh from a su peri nten dent's lips, after trlet. for the cla'ctlou of throe true- h. WIX111911 soeordbso law, tmx dvdwilllhaue








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k ast be glad to ean that he left the pa(k, etu tient much Improved.
LleWSOF(f age T06-e Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Hirt, who were
SCoapea hasrt to e married n Bigh Spriags afew days
h bit aft' X co0pi6 -t days 40et ago and Ipet the alght to this ofty. go
hj941-a looking over dt W*k of ex* Ing to Jacksonvll) the Ilowing morngoggg being done by .46 kompary ing, were here Th WIN. Mr. Sirt
An OCaeaille.~ )r. Rtley was well returned to Jackoville In the attercod by ar% asaend wkh the city, which he says noon, while his white proceeded to
to his option Is he lea4ng lala.nd High Springs on a visit to friends.
,ERSONAL AND 90A. -TS" bity of Florida1. fth great prospects r S Salt.*
bere. Crown of Rocky Point was
hat Has Happ** 640R. J. left yesterday for Tam- trading in the *1ty Aserday. c ..
to Happen ToW Ifb .W9Ph I*-hs pa and oteir points in South Florida, T. F. Jennings of Crystal River was That $He Who Run My Wed" where he in thp interests of an tasacting business in this city yesSo t The S Almailritlish proposition. It is the terday. MONDAY we place on sale the bes
t in Th -atDtion of Mr. Holly to present the Cland ColsM of TrEnton is in thf
rpt a s Dly G u. Depaeotloa to the various boards of city onsot t of Plain and Colored Law
captain W. G. She0be bt High county commissioners of that section Mrs. W. W. Coleon. and Organdies ever shown at the low
springs is in the City' of the State, with a view to interestJoshus White and J. D. 11646 Of Ing them in a scheme to advertise H'rranty and mortgage d for special price of-your Choice for
Newberry are In the city on i Florida, thus attracting the attention sale at this o~be. Fifti cents per dos.
se~* ..- R. of t who desire to come South. en or $3 00 per hundred.
Among those who spent yesterday The scheme is a good and feasible Dixon Phillips and Milan Wynne
e this city was eo. uR.' Snth of one, "ad would probably work to fine of Meredith were among the visitors iKahapaha to Gainesville yesterday.
H. C. Cato of, Alachua was la the It-on Gaterday's Taily Mun Mrs. Chas. Leyvrez of St. Augustine
city yesterday. He made The San J. A. Beach of Tyler was transact- is in the city on a visit to her parents.
an agreeable call, tug business In this city Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woods. mu a ii sh. m,
Fanal Eggs For Setlmig-White and J. C. Grantham of Central was trains- Cap~tain W. G. Shehee has returned E IL A i I I
Bared Plymouth 1t~kamdWv&0d tte actng business in this city Thursday. to his home at Hh Sprins, afterLKS
Barr I a brief business trip to Gainesville.' for iale; pure breed. W. D. Fags. Mrs. John Dekle of Lake Butl r
C. H. Fletcher and J. IL 80ott of is in the city, a guest of Mrs. W.W Mrs. J. Gilbert Taylor has gone to We have secured the sole agency of
Trenton are in the city. The lorlmef Colson.Columbia, S C., where she will be the
renwe hi ibaiptOSto ~*SU~ H C Rllis f Nwbrr, awe!-guest of Mrs. George Taylor fol' a few the celebrated Money-back Silks -every
renewed his subscription to The 8=* H. C. Rolling of Newberry, a well.-~ s
Dr. J. D. Watkins ot MianopY, known phosphate man, was in the weeks, yad guaranteed or your money back.
C.C. and J. A. J. Strickland andyadg rnt dmo ybck
cashier of the bank at that place, was on business yesterday. wife of Hague, and W. A. Strickland The regular price of the best grade is
a business visitor to this city .Misses Myrtle and Mary Allen, two of Paradfse, were visitors to this city *t.7) per yard all over the world, but we
day. charming young ladies of McIntosh, oesterdy.
Rev. P. J. Lynch left Yestdday'lor are In the city on a visit to friends. P. HraBaker, the naval stores oper- have decided, in order to INTRODUCE
1iawthorn, where last night he cO' K. R. Turner, the clever agent of ator of Campville, ti spending a the silk in thissection, to make- the price
ducted service for the Hawthor the Atlantic Coast Line at Rochelle, couple of days with his interesting Catholics. was a visitor to this city yesterday. family here.
\anted-Bright, active whte boy Among Micanopy folks who spent Miss C1hastalne Sanpders of Bell $ W0 p Ward
to work in shop. Address Loek Box Thursday in t4 s city were S. G. has arrived in the. city, and will be for the month' of May.
$42, or apply o e oremist, 1106 aN. Gay, J. A. Jone.and C. W. 81aughter. he guest of relatives here for the
Grove street Waterman Johnson, a well-known text few days.
Mr. and Mrs.Pierre G. kman have, and popular citizen of Micanopy, was jrs. Chas. M. McKinney has re Come to see us. Our store is not the
moved into the Sandborn home, 803 a business visitor to this city Thurs- turned to her home at Graham, after N. Oak avenue, where they are now day. a pleasant visit to bgrs. H. P. Hol. biggeOi but it I the best in this action
pleasantly located. J. E. Malphurs, a promising young stein iin this city.
(;. Hartwell Kelley of Prarle Creek, nan of Campivlle. was visiting friends John Kite of Hagte, one of the oldr anger of the Kelley mill, was in and transacting business in this city est and most widely known residents M *
the city Wednesday on business con- yesterday. of that section of the county, was
rectoi with the court. LeRoy Denham has returned from trading in the city yesterday.
Strayed from Tyler, Fla., on May Atlanta, where he has been attending C. J. Fletcher, R. H. Doke and J. eod. dark-bay mare; medium size, the Southern Dental College. Friends R. Scott of Trenton, all of whom have HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. STRICKLAND BARN BURNO'
about 7 years old. Notify Tyler Lum- are glad to see him. been here in attendance upon the
ber Company, Tyler Fla., and receive Col. E. C. F. Sanchez has returned court. returned to their home yes- Interesting Batch of Items from The Building and Contentp Destroyed O reward. from St. Augustine, where he has terday. Sun's Special Correspondent. Fire Few Nights ftooently.
Friends of Dr. J. H. Alderman will been for the past few days on a com- G. Hartwell and A. T. Kelley, man- This has been a busy week through Information has reached this reret to learn that he is Indisposed blued business and pleasure trip. agers of the big veneer aill and box out the school, the last week of regu. to the efect that the bari of W. at his home. During his illness the Dr. H. L. Montgomery. Col j. j. and crate factory. at Prairie Creek, lar study. Degigning Monday, the Strickland, together with its contE. dental office is in charge of Dr. Harry Barr and Captain J. W. Carter formed were business visitors to Gainesville whole of next we'k will be givenIA to was burned at Paradise a few a jolly trio of Micanopy people who Yeterday. f-ial examinations covering the year's ago. entailling a loss of about Mrs. C. L. Carter and.baby left last spent yesterday in the county capi- Friends of Mrs. McMeekin, West work in each branch of study. The with no lsurance. Light for Cedar Key, where they will tal. Court street. who has been disposed last week will be devoted to revilious Mr. Strickland has made no stabUu
recuperate for a few days. The child J. E. Martin of Hawthorn was trans- with fever for the past few days. will in all branches. Next week there will nient in the matter, although he ha- been quite Ill, and it I hoped acting business in this city yesterday. be gratified to learn that her condition be no morning recess. and no after. In the city yesterday. 'eigh t, change of atmosphere will prove He called at The Sun office and re- Is improving. stoon session, In order to give the state, however, that the bara waaw
A 1niefit. newed the subscription of D. M. Remember A. M. Dickson. the teachers time for gradingd the papers. filled with feed-stuls.. and the
T.a ladies of J. J. Finley Chapter, Bryan. broker, when im the market for gro- While, of course, it might have been will be a serious one to the owns..
.. will abserve Jane 3, Jeffer- Mrs. L. Dyal and children of Fer- cerive, hay,grain and feed-stuff. save better, still there is a general feeling Tb fire is said to have or
Davis birthday, by & memorial en- nandina have arrived in the city, and money and 0ine. Writer 'phone me. among the teachers that the year's by rats gnawius catches.
.1 u it, in connection with a vill tie the guests for the next few Both lnogditanee 'phones. work haA been satisfactory. Owing
r tea. Time and place of enter- days of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Holstein, Rev. E. A. Sample, the Presbyter- to the fact that the requirements for FOR STOMACH SUFFERERS 4
t a1flit will be published later. ireatives. ian minister of North Carolina who promotion will be more rigidly fol M o-na la the one remedy
*rs. .1. A. Edwards of Micanopy, J1. M. E',erett and daughter, Miss has been here for the past few weeks, lowed than has perhaps been the eaa* stomach troubles that publishes a; Ending Wednesday aight with Nora, and Miss Lizsie Collins, have left yesterday for Tyler, where he heretofore, the percentage of promo formula: chemically pure b i. )G. Edwards, In this city, returned to their home at Donate, af. 'will fill an appiolatment toda. ions may not Ib* as large as usual. subgallate, to allay any infa Ti.eday for Tallahassee, where ter two or three days spent pleasant- ILot-Two pointr gyps; one entire- Heretofore too many pupils have ben of the stomach and bowels; w~ ~ il be the guest of her daughter, ly in this city. ly white, other white and ilver spots. allowed to enter grades for the work oalate, to str.'ngthen the a
Wdemn. or fe weks. 'Phone A. M. Dieson. broker, Had (oilar on with my name (W. A. of which they were not *"aticiently nerves; sodimn hi-carbonate. to
Mr and Mrs. C. M. McKlaney of Gainesville, arnd get prices. qusiss Halle. Live Oak. Fla.) Liberal reward well prepared. trailise the poieonous acids that
rn arriveed ia }.he city yesterday. and quick delivery. EGoods sold from for their return to me at Gainesville, The high solumli pupils are busy present ia stomach troubles; and b. Mkinnuey returned io the after- Jacksonville and the West. Carn give Fla. W.. A. Haile. studying for exasms. and preparing vbmicsa, which restore. vigor to
to his home, but his wife will delivery prices to all pin rts, For stomach troubles, billilousness for commenem.'nt. digstive organs ant tosses up
r. in here for a few days as a Captain LU. W. Fontajfe, who is and coastlpation try Chamberlain's The examinations for the. scholar-* whole nervous senttali,
*of Mtrs- H. P. Holstein, West en~gaged in phiojphate work in the Stomach andl Lier Tablets. Many ahip medals in Lai and Insthematkss Thui cobinthsi of valuable
l- Ftr.t West End, but who resides in Mlica. bemiarkable cure' have been eected for the Preshinan atrl Sophomore 4dis l found only in Mll-es
PTaylor of Brunswiek, nopy, where he owns a batflby them. Prie tb2.5 cl 4 g. ample s wnbgnFia.'iese tablets. sand it so rarely Inalk
heIi ha~s been here for the past homes, was in the city yesterday. fre oraeya rg aeivn yIh pinpl.Auttrshnth*detieyeep
ks n avist t he stter J.E H.C. lemnon an Ge. Pof.E.T. lle. fr te pst ermte pupils fron eac of the two cure even the worst forta of a"so Waersit et esster fo. Ha. al. Cf Crooer, re an tCe incial of the Newtberry school, was classes entered the test. These trouble, that J. W. McCollhal se6s
o l~ conWter, heft e seay iyThrda h formefBosr i he b the city yesterday. Prof. Allen medals weewnlast year by Tom Rrnd ne erae orfa
hWest of her friend, Mrs. bie appreciation of a good thing bt a ddrn tbi~aho h ohmranya oe nesi an
for slosvderaliidaMysie Le.goe le Smith of flbe Freshman. Nainnie for sev ral da s. lkvng his name with Tie un as a of the most canpijotet ady~ teachers le on f th-e ont atantsa for Bopho.
obu.the "best light" san, suibscriur *in the coanty. more sehedals Ihise year.e
da for Prairie Creek. Among the Msicanopy folks who Attentlen ishaled to the ebanage mr easti oetpls mla h u
has secured a cotrc to visited thlis city yesterday w.ers- E C. of adle srvnt of Mrs R Wilce. The comnc.-aement invitations h eir &A~.CTo si A
systems of hiseIghts la the Chitty, J. N. Crais. .1. D7. .Merry. Ju-' abich appears elsewhere in this paer come and are- prooeaed by all who' !tw1e'o tAs' ActI(AIOw 1 of CSA
L 7 milL He wlM also tastall ti". J. W. Smith and J1. D. Reeve. all This is one of the oldest so4 mos haexained them to be as pretty s. LA UWe O MAIDA.5 JrVU
I.,ne engine la tihe plant, whlahb of whom were here attending the sea reliable dry gin stores in ths see as suer woenu ini Osiesville. f ales to beub w caes SI3J.um ....elsmer et na *4* It
F, d" exclclvsyively bo-itls otthecbrt.-h alao afarthecourtlse thretoo,-andARR? aasbarrd~arma L lteertisedfNewtherewa inateof5 tatg...nAn ralis.,
Y-artwood of Metrose, member cit, yesterday Mr. H-ou Mll brought Tno G. W Hide Company base Cstarrh Is as' laamastle of the W/~ o**es mas
fim of the IWeireg Maanfa. the laformatooo of the ..**rtona aire a big adveri ,-&uiaet in this issue to secometi ne* msbrane of the nose, threat ee*** Pa
'"omisay. ts la the tty Io at- to his tows Thursday alght. sy.d in which the atntioni of our' readers is and luune. with many annoylarlg symP- 4 0ew.i ****ei~ sl''
uponthecout, bingto'which he was a wr-ioDua lo54r. owning called. fly the-ir fair dealtog ad ex- tOian in tis late there are t'
t ) In an auispsit suit now io svral valuable houses. cellent good, this Arias has enjoyed ai u he do not suler from this di J si sessaeotard**
The* Meate Manstactur- The Sa -e ne ob.Itatost remarkable sucessful trdeeerale' di woftege toa a sad a waes us.**4@ n
Pear are sava sto eper- Late Hovell ad Dr. Thomas McLeod. since it was ewatabitabed here. dangerous state "my IE3~.L alneou f *ela
Sleaber mea both of Newheurry, for particulars r- Frieds of lit' Johun Chesnut. who' The one' s tentiae' and sens see der of Mar. a Iisa
Shsel asi vag garding the disatrous fire which oe has boe ladtispred at her boae with trieatment is Hyoelel a at se Cuerk Ute or ANet
a )t 6engaag ag g curred in their town on Thursdal fee frth as wowek.wilbehelnadgeek.tg u...
*t Uttagae s ggga agg nlght bt wich nedon is made else trt~tt ear that sh* Is latr which la breathed through a pet J. WV. PA TFON
~Y hr a M jggigg Wbg w hosa this pper Irg very rapidly. Mr's. Chgtt, who baksi t cmes *ith ery .Mt
ads. l~ aggS$ 8 8004 LUiamt Dali, colasandant of is as attiaststic leather at Kirby A somplete alreme eat best ***iw'en lmp .
si. 90@S Sw, tape rt ( h Uieeb Flr~a has retara- Saih aspear. I'. D. C.. sad a dse. at06. and J W- Mci 0ivs ble WEA.E SW St.A $@AT$
s-lrgle.4 erW e ArMeasns where he was se to e etate mnmea n a Ise personal guarat~e y gry peakaem a aesest of save, wa deprivei et *h pieus ag tha mee we besiisds.
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