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 ..


VI. 0. 41E8ILl, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1907 A YE

A blN so aet to relative to delivery of messages be customary impasioAted manne
Yale aR g wares applicable oaly to inoorporate4 cities Mr. Riobbourg moted the prv A IEY
I4O to pokie and tows; adopted. question. The resolution reeeved 86
ceit 0ereof WA for other On roMl call the bill was passed by sYtes to 14 ays, thus fallng torneeiveTOM E
..Apro* rea In AgOu secod a vote o14 to Q. the constitutional requisit of three- ,ThMEET HE
tie. f Of Willis Messages fros te House Were the alUths. Mr. Crawtord changed his*
the billwas e...re purte ta made considered.and reference to bls ade vote to no, and as he desired to move t iety W.
Day d Debate a spee4l ou rderforat 11:so to proper committee reconsideration. It will require 42
la ld t, .mtd rv of rules House bill votes to pas the Rose.
'J third Reaing. No. 621, by Mr. Long of Clay-Provid- At the afternoon session the time
NY IM ANT MATTERS On amtor West the i g for license for hunting wild tur- was devoted to the reading of bills A PROMINENT ASSOCIATIO
I II
.1....1**-11te to the asa b of key or quail in Clay county, was read on second reading, after which the ar e Of In kth Senate and bills ok their tbd redn. second time by title, third time in full House adjourned. Is Composed of a Majority of tAe Lea$
ationi\ for Institu- 8enat bill No. $81 by Mr. Wils.- and passed, 22 to 0. ing Fruit Growers of the Sta
SPrecribinl time for holder terms introduction of Bills. IN GAY HIGH SPRINGS, f4
oer Education-Friends of circuit dert I the counties dt the By permission the following new Men of Means and Integrity-Gaine
a Get Shook. Eighth Judkdal Circuit of Plorida, was bills were Introduced: Many Social Events Transpiring There ville Delegates Played Well.
Sthe Senate was concerned redtM the, time and passed 27 Senate bill No. 421 by Mr. Jackson- Dring Present Week. Ganesville will entertain the next
-- largely consumed in debate- to 0. / To prohibit discontinuation in con- High Springs, May 17.-W. C. Sum- annual 8tate convention of thL Frfl.
bill taking up the most House bill No. 8, by Mr. Baggett tracts by life insurance companies. mers. and A. E. Summers are in Jack- da State Horticultural Society, whlt
;*Iaing session. It was bill of EscaMbit-A kill to be entitled an B4te bill No. 422 by Mr. Crane- sonvlle attending the undertakers' is one of the most important orgasi,
l jiliQMay for retsal to act to x a penalty and other liabili- Amending tbe' general statutes relat- convention. nations in the State.
beage. Many of the gen* ties upon any telegraph company own- ing to drainage and reclamation of Mrs. W. N. Gramling returned Wed- rbi Wfolation came Satrday
a 6ed this bill in preference Ing or t a telegraph line or lands, to the creating of a board of nesday from Lake City, where she from a represedtative of the Alachu
Willims bill placing le. lines wholy I partly in this State drainage commissioners, etc. On me- has beab visiting Mrs. Edgar Mobley. county association, who stated the
dugbpaner under control oftrail- *utA88 in the transmission of me- tion of Senator Crane, 300 copies of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stephens and this city had been chosen a. tihe neg
on. In the afternoon ages for a sIderation, for the re the bill were ordered printed and the Mrs. Annie Sewell, and G. W. Mc- meeting place.
S1o secohad of the telegraph tusal of sa coalpany, its agents and subject matter of the bill made a spe- Call, spent Wednesday in Alachua, Gainesville had a fine delegatio) &
g to non-delivery of a emploYee to feeive any message ten* clal order for next Thursday at 10:30 the guests at a birthday dinner given St. Petersburg, where the minug
wat through with practically dered to it or to any of its agents a. m. Senate adjourned. by Mr. and Mrs. Tam Cato. was held this year, and which ws
A great part of the at. or employs, together with the usual Mrs. Jessie Dickey of Thomasville, in session for, three days. endig P6
was aso consumed in the de. charges fca the transmission of such HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. GO., is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. day night 'The delegates who a0
a the streetcar fender bill. The messages as are uAsually received for The House of Representatives was Byshott. faithfully and efficiently rfiprSntal
as inde4pitely postponed. transmission, during the usual hours ct J. P. Wood returned Monday from a
Rone asedth ani-oby il inwhchmesaes rereeiedatcalled to order by the speaker at j P.Wo -tuniMnyfovalnesvile wore Prof. P. 11 1101fts
uise passed the antilobby bill in which Messages are received at a. m.; roll call; quorum present. Lakeland, %here he s ent several who is also president of the s y
appropriation bill for higher said office or placefor transmission to Prayer by cha lain. days on business connected with the Prof. A. W. Blair of the Florida
t?,* appropriation bill for the the destination to which the message e Atlantc Coast Line. farin. .
ediastion. so refused is addressed, and to pres- Resolutions, Orlando District Con- The members of the New Century mental farm.G. Hery Ra.s, V
f~erence M. E. Church, S outh, Isforms Cannon, Geo..., Elli. W.. ,\:.on
tiNber of special order bills cribe a rule gf evidence in actions to ference M. E. Church, South, Club gave a picnic on the 11th, com- n, G .. ,.
houses a. -, recover same, was read in full hState prohibition and endorsing the lmntave picn on e Matn. cohe ana others. The people of 4..
houses ref si t. third time. Humphries and Hooker bills, were vT ille thank them sincerely f,, tioir
Houe refused to concur ,me. place selected for the picnic was efforts in inducing the hrticlt,iral.
',~rad efot On Inducing thema hoeta hi
the Adams amendment to the Senator Buckman moved that this Daunagen's Mill, on the Sante Fe river, lets to hold their next nel,
-.t., ... IResolution of State convention Unt.: 1sts to hold their next metn l. e..
bill, which increased the pay bill and House bill no 58 on similar R.olutiono and it is a very beautiful spot. This t_
school boards to $5 per day, subject matter, and House bill No. 331, ted Daughters of Confederacy, favor* date was the 13th birthday of Master
.the Senate' receded from its extending powers of railroad commis- ing erection of Olustee monument at Paul Wood, and a pleasant feature JONESVILLE HAPPENINGS
eat, and the bill, as original- I alon In this direction, be made a spe- Lake City, read and spread on jour- of the dinner was the lighting of the Jonesville, May 18-J. '. P .tt
,IfdAoed, providing for an in-. ctal order for next Thursday at 3:30 'nal. candles on his birthday cake. of Cedar Key visited relat',- 1,re
to $4 a day. will become a law p. m. Senators Beard and Broome ob- Introduction of Bills. There *was a card party given at last week. 6
signed by the Governor. Joeted to any further delay In the By Mr. Carter of Alachua-Pohlb- the home of Miss 'Maude Thomas on Mrs. M. A. Tucker of Ju,, i1 I. Vre
new drinage bill by Mr. Crane consideration of these telegraph ting use of leg or lever carts on hard the evening of the 14th. Mrs. Laura visiting relatives.
.1Usborough is said to poses bilk and Senator Girardeau also ob. surfaced roads, with certain 6xcep Dennis won rat prize for ladles, and W. L. Pickett of Tiger a us 7 advantages over the Act of jected to postponement. A roll call tons. Jesse Miselle the gentleman's prise. here last week visiting hi ,J'p ts,
the bill will be special order was demanded on the motion to By Mr. Doke of Alachua-Relating Mrs. W. B. Anderson gave a card Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Pickett
t Senate next Thursday. make the three bills a special order to tax sales,. party Wednesday afternoon to the Mrs. .. W. Knight ani h
-.... for Tuesday at 3:30. By Mr. Peeples of Bradford-Relas New Century Club. Mrs. H. McL. ters of Cadillac visited rlt: re
SENATE PROCEEDINGS. In explaining his vote Senator Me.- lung to horse and cattle stealing. Orady won first prise nd Mrs. E. R. last week.sited
"e Senate was called to order at Croary said he was in favor of By. Mr. Knight of Citrus-Prohibit. Anderson second plizse. Those pres- .
Sa. mn. President Harris in the strengthening the hands of the rail. ing discrimination in counties by life ent were Mrs. H. C. Stevens, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stalvey of A. &'
aid a quorum present. road commission In every way. Insurance companies. Thompson, Mrs. Raymond Putch, Mrs. visited the latter's parents l, t
one new bill was introduced Senators Adams and Johnson took By Mr. Paul of Holmes-Gancella- P. P. Wood, Mrs. E. K. Anderson, Mrs. week.
e regular order. the same view. tlon of tax sale certificates. Pauline Killibrew, Mrs. J. H. Salls Misses Cora and Orlee Flt!"\ '
e from the House of Rep. The motion was lost by a vote of By Mr. McClellan of Suwannee--- Mrs. Leon Hatchell, Mrs. M. P. Sum. ited relatives at Tioga Sunday
esaes from the House of ThRetopasl.tb
tatives were considered and bills 13 to 17 and the Senate then proceed. Prohibiting Sunday trains, mere, Miss Marie Mann, Miss Mary Mrs. G. H. Smith of Newb.: :-.
g eral nature referred to proper ed to the further consideration of By Mr. Dorman of Suwannee-Re- Hague. Miss Annie Lou Hodges, Mrs. ed relatives here Sunday.
itt house bill No. 58 lating to record of cotton sales. W. B. Anderson. Mrs. G. E. Oramling, Master Milton Smith of N. .
Sbll No. 513. by Mr. Kigore- The bill was then placed upon its Reports of committees were recelv- Mrs. George Reynolds, Mrs. H. McL. who is just up from a se%- .r
Sbill the hunting of wbyMr Kild game final passage and passed upon rfll ed and filed. Grady. Mrs. J. D. Neal. During the of typhoid fever, is spending ,v e
tigst county red first time. On call by vote of 18 to 11. with one pair SIlect Order afternoon, a very beautiful wedding here for the benefit of his h.l
as of Senator Raker, rule. were announced, making *the total vote 19 Mr. Wilson of Hernando moved to present was presented by the New J. W. Miller of this place ha- at
sed, bill read second time by title to 12. reconsider indefinite postponement of Century Club to Mrs. Neal. cepted a position with Tuck. & Rob
third time in full ,and passed 24 A message was .received from the House bill No. 449. by Mr. FarrIs. Ow. Mrs. Stephens of Brunswick, Ga., and of Newberry.
following Governor, transmitting the report of lng to the absence of Mr. Farris It and Mrs. Tucker of Birmingham, Ala, .ira Cem Pickett expect-e :vy permission the toilowing new the special committee to select a was informally passed. who have lBen visiting their sister, her departure for Ft. Vbite Fr. to
it was introduced: camp site .Message and accompanying Mr. Wilson of Lee moved to recon- Mrs. W. N. Gramling, *returned to visit her friends. hisei .,' & d
Senate bill No. 418, by Mr. Mc. report was. ordered spread upon the sider the passage of House bill No. their homes on Saturday. Pauline fnscoM seb.
ry-Prohibiting the use of los Journal, and referred to the commit- 3,) by Mr. Pettigrew. The motion On Wednesday evening the com. e fachoogib.
with certain exceptidns, on tee on military affairs. to reconsider was carried, aye 31 mencement exercises of the high The farmersof this section ,
tard roads in the State. Bente adjourned until 4 p. m. nays 32. Mr. Org thought the bill school began. The stage was most a fne May shower today .
S senate concurrent resolution No. 15 Afterneen SesltOn. dangerous to Democratic government, beautifully decorated. Every number greatly needed.
table subject to call was withdrawn1 The afternoon session of the Sen- because of the large per cent of ne on the program was a suces. bd G. E. Pickett pent last a
Mr. Cone, and Senate bill No. 378 ate was called to order at 4 p. m. goes in some of the cities and towns. the large audience present gave con- Hawthorn "on business.
ring State to deed to lake President Harris in the chair and a Mr. Wells offered an amendment tinuous applause. Particular mention The Sunday gool Conve:tio:. ;
certain property and $15,000, quorum present. against allowing by the' bill the ex. must be made of the actlag of Miss meet with Jmesvi~le church .,'" *
ambatitute'd in it" referred place House bill No. 30, by Mr. Reee of tension of corporate limits. Mr. Mamle Rime, Ray Wltherspomon and 29 and 30tif. Everybody is c .:7"
'te calendar. Daeambla, known as the ear-fender Wells and Mr. Pettigrew supported Miss Stela Bexley. Truby Osteen and invited to attends The go.
Stephen it Mallory, United bill. was indefinitely postponed by a the amendment. Adopted by two Miss Willie iahanks, all of whom of Jonesville are ready pirt'e "
Senator, wa- thvitd to a meat vote of d4 to 1. thirds vote. The roll was called a_ were a*n. .111ss Bina Dunagen. as the dinner, by pa ng p '
side of the i're'ident and was Seator Clark offered Senate resolu- the final passage of the bill. yeas 25, FairT Queen. deserves special ens in the pen to fatten T7'
with applause s. h,. ascended tion No. 66-Providtag that after nays 32. Lost. mention. The Uttle h-Iries sur- that all preacher like Ih i.'
rostrum. Monday no member speak loer tha Mesa1ages. frtn the Senate were rtoading her were dreams of beauty. a number of p hers ar.
hour for the iali orders 10 minutes on the same question an- red and the bills referred to the Mis M Hague'S deai'tmwt
arrived, Senate util N. 365, by lees otherwise ordire. Resolution o proper committees. espial1 go0d. Much phrase is due Funeral of Mrs. Gleason
Seolmmittee on visiting Stage In- was adopted. Senate bill No. 414 by Mr. .eCreary MI Marie Mann. principal of the The fin alo r. G*" .
11
was called s"enatora Sonate then proceeded to consider- reaigto transfer surplus fine and coolforen xercuifes. She ars th sad deaM hmdP
and Massey tob'j,'ted to aUon of bills on third reading and forn*tnre fund to other funds: passed, m many friends in the town, who morning f ta sidelce f r.
dera*,n at this time and until House bill No. 54, by Mr. Blaggett of under suspension of rules. ade the fitdu a th ent ho m tr the sidenc, ot "
l could be printed. Senator alseambl-To gx a penalty and other apprecirte the faithfl and eiciet Ieeh]b 1T Nh Gai.o....he::;'.
thought the delay might en. liabilttes upon any telegraph co us- After considerableo l rion the work she b -s i, 'n the school Peele,.Sou
the bill on account of the pany owning or operating a telegraph Hoeae refused to toner in the Seasted her. T. J. Nage f the
o-- ttio1 of the calendar, line or line wholly or partly t this aeto the Duey ill, si- Cetton O'tlook Oisouragln,. The fural argt',.
iglmat bi was read by its title. 8tate and eaged to the tra***@***o= lng out $4 per day and maktag the Deatur, Ala., Mar 1.- ocot- may trial. .g e
approprbton for University of message for a c o compenton of membes of school ton cro" outlook tr this section of thei e last rects*
the br4a Feqmale Collee, the negligence or tailae samediately boards 5 per day. on motion of Mr. Alabama Ts quite d'twouraging at thigh ctirulatoma rpoet,
1$gr SidS Dea and to transmit amd deliver to the adre** Kaght of Columbia. emded by Mr. time on actoat of the cool veether haanom ket r..4 ,
thac heI hte Ititral Shol and anGesg eevdb to a riggs. and *he heavy raies whikh have kept dog4ettirws
nmjamest edih ag a nbsU- of its ants or emplage ~ gae Sills On Tihid Reeding. the ground too at ear work met of rs, sored t
Was a &l W tS sa stue ka. mIssion. a to La a rule aotf ertam ee Jotat resolisam No., 88 b th ne. Taki t Teao a e ad ds foow
eII rnill tle odeed la actions to tever eages,, wa e Mr. Orawort of Olae*4*ate @ ale as a whole. act aore than belt at la to t resitia P" r
ea- ma"e apes a erer for to tuil with amestmests ad. bbm mmeIL M. Cwgog -. m
at le:$$. b eator Be4 by (e spt $ge pa hssn spera as teargphte.lb he

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PaBILLS p ns at the waist, back, front, or side, are thearly sure prale trouble.

VICTORY Some other sI s are headache, pressing down pains, l ar futheions, restless-.
k iSo VC O Ynescodlm ,nro ness, etc. These pains m~ay be ,ahl~stmbae
and the womanly functions regulated by the use of



Wine of Cardui
OURE FOOD SILL
Mrs. Annie Hamilton, of Stetsonville, Wis., writes: "Cardhi saved me

r Willis Lot Out Ps e t from the grave after three (3) dttors had failed to help me. It Is a good medicine
*j, wanvs c ou on sU I5 1and I recommend it to all suffering women." For sale at all druggists, in $1 bottles.
Levy County S@IW Line Wftsuivl gIauullqqswf jj4pglustmss om.f eI""Medical AlWdWoW1W ywo 5 at me.us Add,,,,
.-wV" WR" U5 A .LET ER!W-b=
friends of Ithe lo"lon
e m are s*What mmeanuraged PRYM O~\
fact that th bills of Messrs. courtesea-d 6 floor apon Motion lonse tax to traffic I upland or short OsCAR N. SAN DERS .1., I.
of Benatet lifooe, ad iavited to and staple Cotton or unpacked lint cotton
of 0itrge yd Dpont of st. occupied a 't kt the aight of the at certain times of the year Mt pro. C
%pd **wful I*""ke lihteir Sanders' & Company
g thfl-y passed their p idmber of other proi. Tidlag penalties, was read the third .
*40lag In the House without nent citisens, talading Ron. S. M. time In full and passed. DEALERS IN---t. Spargt, worn etded the court* Senate bill No. 207, by Mr. WillisHouse Thuradar do. "tes of h to vr. Requiring bond of $1,000 from mem- G general M erchand ise.
at* of their tim) e ooSeek $111. beret elected on the boards of county
b t ofadin thei some tn The mthen resumed consider. commissIoners, effective Decembe 31, HARDWARE, STOVES, FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS, FURNIE1:RE
Ndng pad someaImh tion a bill No. 301 by Mr. 1 read third time in full and New Store, New Goods. Complete line of Ladies' Spring Dress Good Erns
wer passed by each Humphriot $4 the substitute by Sen. pasd. Fancy Grooeries. Oaload of Forniore jost being apened-all at L,.
ator Crat therefor, both be. Senate bill No. 414, by )r. Mc- est Possible Prices. Largest Stock of Gods Ever Carried in
Pure Ped 11IN. iag the Whi*book bill ander dis. Creary, was Introduced by permission, Western Alchua.
00o Pure food bill, called up cussion who the, 8mate adjourned authoristas county commissioners to Colson Block t* Trenton, SChul Clunty. Fli
aWedne y transfer surplus funds from ane and 0
w" qsAf a itory lo. A Jter and forcible discussion, forfeittke funds to other county funds, Estalished 26 Years
the adopton ad defeat ot seral effective May 31, was read first .time 11om Putnam, who has amendentet, on a. S vote both the and under waiver of rules read sec. We handle the
ht*id along this line for a bill and the sa taute were lost, the ond and third times and passed, 28
of year, and it is now up to vote being 14 to II8. to 0. BOSl M machinery
Senate bill No. 101, together with The Senate then adjourned until s previously adopted amendments, was 9:80 Friday morning. and nuaiber our customers b, toe
bill with senator Aasrited ad placed on THOUSANDS. Our rales in IX<
amendment hncreasng Pay calendar under the sead of special HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. amounted to Nearly Falf a Million Dollars. Write for eatalogue--we can
s of school board passed the orders, retakig, however, ad second The house or Representatives was Tes ronev. We have no connection in Jaeksoile, Iris.
all right, as did Senator Willis, reading and still subject to further called to order at 9 a. in.
$day bond of county commle- amendmattA Mr. Knowles in the chair.
Introduced by ,permission, Senate Introduction of Bills. 2 41 o is See. A NT(
bill No. 418 by Mr. Crews--Amadilnt 41 South Forpyth Street. * ATLANT 4, G
t necessary, and Interesting By Mr. Calkins of Nassau-Regulattaxpayer, measure Introduced sections e 99 and 800 general state Ing the publication in newspapers as ls. M. DaEam. President H. E. TAYLOR, Chkitt
ow Is the Adams bil, proan 190. ani ttle pelina news matter or editorials, matter paid liao. W. BrA. Vioe*Presi4ens L Hs GEsAx. Aest. Cui
tax levy for 1907 and 1908. and Cafor as advertising; judiciary.
I will receive Immediate at. The Benate then adjourned until By Mr. McKenzie of Putnam, for 'E F N ATI A L BANE
fiv01 the committee on Ainance 3:30 p). miteponSn.n erection of sital es tSehe.Mal
Aftertpoon Session. lorY,. secretary or the iiavy of the C. 1lIVHlJ1
Ia1 statesmen and politicians The afternoon session of the Son- S.- A.. in hall at Washington. oy E
Il the city and the hotel ate was called to order at 3:30 o'clock. By Mr. Willis of Levy-Boundary
.re orddgi at night and polit- On motlp of Senator Buckman, the evils of Levy county; read under sus- ... UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY....
are being made on the rules were waived anai Senate joint pension of rules second tilugby title onof every fifteen minutes-and, resolution No. 325 by Mr. Buckman- ly. Mr. Kirkland of Lake qbjoted to Capitai............. *..... 100,000 1n
way, only two weeks, including Proposing an amendment to Article the bill because members from coun- Surplus ,o ... .. .... .. .. 20)0(10( 0
s, remain of the regular sea 12 of the Constitution of the State of ties adjoining Levy were absent. Mr.
19 l07. Florida, relative to education, to Pe MkcWiUims agreed with Mr. Kirk- Interest Paid on Savings Aecoonte and Certifleatcs of Deposiv. A!! Bu.:wn
or Matthews, who has been known as Section 16 of said Article, land, and a motion to put on final' i Transacted Promptif.
t for a week on account of ill. providing for the levy of special tax passage wks lost. R.E.TAVLOR Cohir
has returned and was greeted for the support and the maintenance
-Warm applause and numerous of the University of the State of Flor- 11eetOdr
akes in making his way from ida, the Female College, the Institute Ir. Williams of Jackson moved a "Jorway to the chair during the for the ild, Deat and Dumb, and reconsideration of the vote by which part of the morning session, the Colored Normal School, was read House bill No. 298, relating to salary
the second time, the rules further of State chemists, was Indefinitely (Inoorporateal
~ ~NAE PRCEE~NGS. waived atid the resolution read the pobt)oned. VE
Senate Was called to order at third time In full and passed, 22 to 6. Mr. Willis of Levy opposed the mo. E. E. VOYLE MGR.
e. an.t President Harris d the Silts On Third Reading. tion to reconsider. After discussion. theyeYts of Title and full Information furnished reading lands Ih
and a quoru present. Some 1ills on third reading were tho the motion to reconsider was carried, south Our manager has lived in this eount ahrty years and
ah aye 27, nays 1R. The bill was then is thoroughly conversant with titles
was consumed in making various considered and Senate bill No. 199 by rae in fuly and Mr. Wilill aso teO Y
lons; In the Journal. Mr. Crane-For regulation of practice mvdt net$~)frtae~gc-..L J OTE
following were among the bills of vterinary medicine and surgery t
.: and providing for board of examiners, pses instead of $1.000. ,The bill was FIRE. ACCIDENT, BUROLARY AND INDEMNITY IBfRAnNCE. e
t bilN.40puM.Jhsnwsradi ulthdtm n asd it upon Ainal passage sad passed, sen tag a member of prominent Ameriesa ad Ealish companie.
juIrnng ail cotton buyers in thig 24 to 1.Hos bill nay o1. REALappopratins *N CIT WNS.
tto keejl a record of purchases Hos ilNo. 7, by Mr. D~udley of ... ilNo 2,apopitosGaX 1 1 ., 'L ZiC
tton and piresertbing the manner Hillaboroughi-Amea$1ag Section 844. for State colleges, made *pecial order -______blech such reedrdstshould be kept general statutes, relative tocmpesa- forl Fr eat m th. en t era Send your orders for Job Prnigto

by request-To fix a docket fee Iicreasing per diem t@ $5, Adams and bills referred to proper commit-- r r I '
bchged by county judges in all amnenment. read third time and pass- toes. Bills On Thir Reading. T H E SU. ) i NJO BO F F i) r IC EL1

DypermissionSNt1o 11 haordt Indr- Sntebl o 102 by 3Mr oHun R enate bill No. 26, by Mr. AdamsQOenty court ini and for BEcamibiat lieral statutes of the State of Plor- tiliseral laseqd. aty. Tlhe~ rules were waived and ida. the samie being Sections 1 and 2. Senate bill No. Ut. by Sir Adams- I
il r.'ad thet second and third Chapter 482. Acts of 1899. as revised Relating to commercial feeding stufrs; We Keep a Pall Stock of
o and passed. 2'1 to 0. by the commissi1oners appetated under PA> **d. t8 Paasco wasu tendered the Chapter 5367 of the statutes of Flor- Speaker Signed Sis. OLD JOE,
a. da. authorizing the board of public The buess of the House was susinstruction of any county of the State ponded for a few minutes while the ODVLE
of Florida to contract debts for the speaker signed enrolled bills, after
a purchase of real state to be used for which the House resumed the regular F'OUR AGES.
educational purposes, for the.ereetion order.
of school buildings, and to provide, Mr. Wilwunof Hernando gavt'nottce. AKRGl for the payment thereof, approved of a motion to reconsider the lude8i- O LD CH ARTVI'I
Isuance of bonds, and to provide for 449. Mr. MacWilliams moved the T VE N N
-- f 1~~ too calling of elections, and to val- report of the tuternal improvemgentMT V R O .
I date bonds already iesed or voted for I fund investigating vomitwe CAeSrAD under the provision of Chaptes 4878 ferred to the House committee apand 4682. was read third time io fall pointed to iiutestigate this committee; 19AND OTH ER

LLAR DOBLE Sente illNo. 186S. by Mr. Elm (by Hours cu'cuarrent resolution No. 27.
BYU rrequest)-Dataing what shl Oehby AMr. Doke of Alachns-Relating to______ WH K ES
59me" Seamile Pumptag tute du dilgence on part of banks interstate commerce: pse.- --- -WH S I S
Sti hYt*e M 0tlfit in collection of checks, dgaftsa ete,.and Benate bill No. 34$. by Mr Neard,
is a.arxin liathilty of bak drawer, make,. for a statoo to Gen. Diward Kirby keadestrs for
guarntor. sarety and eateraer, was Saith in National hall. was called upAL 5Ur read third tiae la fll at passed out ofthe retarorer A n he U Ser- B USCh B eer9

sad Ry pemisateeSeater lietage to- yeos 41. at 0
us rokeda rottionatrtat the oe. bill No. 4TT. by Mr.Malone Wrt for pnlist JUO TRADE A ePECIALTT. We not yo

ororeary o the Sate ( aptro ear o, estite lo Hotiue bll~ te***dwllgrssst*iv*talsls








Signgserwd y(M h a anma o haie& uta0_A A 1 U SE~ II$ O0 Is,






ON Z" Hum 7


Nlm SU* bi biiw, ad Bountif ul Orange Crop
~ORIA i ion ro ~ Ga Fvery soil has so much grow41 ,1 boilerse has so much horse-powerpe
ato adjourn4A antil 9:30 *'clockt
Isd~iltd in U iid ApwtE I F II I "Thursday morning. square foot. To keep this growing~ power up to the maximum, ytou must
lcef yuHOUSE 111111OCKEDINGS.,ke the soil supplie %%ith the nec.
To SuAce these days Yu The Hlouse W ca~ed to order atfrtiinelm tjutayo
UNIFORMITY SCHOOL TEXT BOOK wuSt h& .V9 ple o~f grit, cour- :0a nbeae i o nw essaryfetlzneem tsjutayo
art Strupsh. ow Is it with les in the. c~t. Roll call, quormms e ihfe n ae.Teeoe s
considertinfMesewa uu th~e -childrein? Are they thin, present. PMM?~ by chapman. Coirc
and Lasted for Som0 ThIAOP But NO plle, dolicate? Do not forgE: tlon of Journal.
Voe a R5O1'O'' ~ Ayr' araprll.Io Followig resolutions were introm~I TS Il
rtneI.Bth BAnloha. it makes the blood pure dcd
of ImPo MO n eiia 0W House resolution No. 83, by Mr. A maximum yield or orages is imlpossible without a good
The OVIents of WednesdaT111082 and riChl and builds up the lHo'Nll of Santa Rosa-G.Cranting 001- supply of Potash in the soil. A compitte tertilizcr containing
tive halls were not startling but general health In everov way. mittee on appropriations until M", tlat1 e et o oahsol i wl
there was considerable more tMan ; 20 to report general Iappropriation at ea t o end. o Poarh srh ol, "Osed.lu
the uIui amount of oratgry. The %,oese* Uo)ax are iu ste mort-Pir t'uz43; 1u, Wewn osedyuor rebole,-OageC.w
r ae -ut uIv y 01i Inc 1 8 1,.1 bill; adopted.
failure to rearh a vot on aI fte i.oea ,iiv caas Hout,~ reslution No. 94. by Mr. Write for it if inteested in growing .)range.
schoolbook propositionsl was not en- mbIz qkZ ..Ywefl,)Me~ I Knighit of Oltrus-That on and after GERMAN KALI WORKS
The debate on so~a maametr sesosooosrefomIIl "" og
tirelY unexpected. h u*P AtVR
the Crane substitute for tAGum 5 ~ U CURL. 9 a. in. to 12: 30 p. sin,, and from 3 -____phries bill continued Yesterday. VerI ., PSCTOAL. p. In. toi 6 p. tnk, Opposed by Mr. WeilThe ;Pnate bill providing appropri- Wo ba so.~ seeo I We115 i, of' Levy. Favored by Mr. Knight stin f,d the Stato educg'UTI~ul insti- th fomum of anorinde and %IrI. DuPont; ,adopted. This does
tuti,11., was made special order for 10 _________________ awayv %%ith night sessions.
o'clock Friday morning, shall, before entering upon the duties intrducton of Bill. I $p T N A D ST C FA M
yeistigate an Investigatingi C0011131tte bond, and prescribing a penalty for Ing to powers and duties of State auis the latest propositiOn in the House, failure thereof. ditor. G ai*iefs'ville, Fla.
which was provided for Wednesda1Y Amendments offered by the Judi- By Mr. Faris of Duval-Relief of by the Calkins resolutions, meanwhile ciary committee were read and adopt- Miss Lou P. Briggs, a teacher for the Senate committee to Consider the ed and the bill ordered to the conm- forty-Oight years. The bill aropripreliminary report bf the Investig~t- mittee on engrossed bills. ates $: 110 annual for the support ofTI I
Ing committee will doubtless report The Senate then reverted to the the lady, who is 75 years of age, andHihCas ares nd S dl Ho e.
their conclusions by bill or Otherise regular order of bills on their third partially afflicted with paralysis. Mr. it a day or two. This Donate commit- reading and Senate bill No. 199, by F'arris moved that the rules be waived,._______tee was not easilY secured as seVeral Mr. Crane--Providing for the regus- and p~resented a strong petition In fasenators asked to be e=1111sed On 110- lation Afnd control of the practice of vor of the bill. Mr. Griggs suggested count of other committee tork which veterinary nied!irdne, surgery and the siatter should be referred to Dui- "Good bireedling is ml. essential to ahi
occupied their full time. dntistry, and toaffix penalties, was val county. The bill was referred to cashrea ii oalihcasif~.
read in full the third time and owing the appropriation committee.
SENATE PROCUKIDINGS. to a desire of some Senators to fur- Bly Mr. Willis of (ladeden-Relating ______Tb.' Senate was callidi to border at ther examilne the bill, the bill was to float logs against bridges. o'clock Wednesday, with Presi- lflfOr'D2lly passed. Bly Mr. Wilson of Hernando--ReHEP
dent Harris In the chair and thirty House bill No. 82, by Mr. Olmstead lating to drawnage and reclamation of Senators responded to roll call. -Amending general statutes relative swamnp and overflowed lands, estab- B E4ISTRV NO. 81868
The following new bills were Intro- to the preservation of wild otter and lishing drainage districts and creating dured: beaver, waii read the third time and board of drainage commissioners. Standard Bred 8tallov. Trial 2.27tj. Otit of the' dam of 'rommyn Britton,
So-nate bill No. 406, by Mr. Adams- passed, 19 to 8. -B* y. 11 r. DuPont of St. Johins--State 2.O6,ptei. Brown stallon. l8)Xhand.. Trotter. Fred by Tommy Bruttees,
Pro-iding for payments of surplus The hour of 11:30 haing arrived aid for exposition to be held on East Lexingtov, Ky. Sirted by irfinees of Judisi, 2.184. 'I'ie Rreat-son of Das", funds In fine and forfeiture fund in the Senate proceeded to the consider- coast 'to commemorate opening of *Wlkes. Winner of many Blue Ribbon. Hamilton county Iii excess 9f 0500 ation of the special order set for that Inland waterways. Mr. DuPont moved
int( theroa fun of aidcouny. our. this being Senate bill No. 54, the bill ho placed on calendar on sec- Ce t r I 'oo 'r J
RInto thae d, oil read contme by Mr. Heard-A bill to be entitled ond reading without reference to comn-C hs e ,Mo wl
by tflethir tie i ful. ad ~ an act relating to liability of persons, mittee; carried. RtITYN.15
25 toi A. Bymcroainsadascain r. Dorman of Suwannee (by
House memorial No. 17. by Mr. Don- owning or operating any machinery request) -Relating to co-operate life Bl tlin n fteOetetOibntin8idoadHr
egan-Memoralls ng the Congress of In the conduct of any business in Insurance companies. flBasti on.re ine o tuce Gretenhs, wemighsk 1,200e pond Pear#eP
Iiire this btaed The Keillky wase.' haedd iegh fullO pounds. Perto samlthe limited States for an appropriation thsSae h ilwsra nfl l.r es fEeml-au-oontIirmation. Winner of numerous Mate Ribbons as leading Horse Sb
forth iprveen o te ppr he second time with unfavorable re- tion of railroad prop~es for purpose Hebsb. elrdb ayhre ob ns(fte HadoseS Sd
Ft. Johns river, was read the second port from the judiciary committee. of taxation.0 Ilo
Sld hid im, 4~ ~ 28to. Senator Buckmian as chairman of the Bly Mr. Paul of Holmes--Ilelef of tIal.i mrc.lehspoe insfagetsr.H teub
-flnatt bill 'No. 407, by Mr. Mcecmite oe neiiepspn-cek fcrtcut. Sited by the celebrated Choostor Iliae, dam by Messenger Chief. Jr.
de ('I Mcatopyrelcf o u A n. The bill was indefinitely postponed to foeg corporation doing business KEEPS8 and CHIESTER McU)OWI1. aro at ohm head of tho stkandv .
by a vote of 23 to 3. in State of Florida. Stock Farm 8tud, (lainsivilin, Fluria. Terms 1 $35.00 per season, wish retssa.
Bills on Third Reading. A message from the Governor was Special Order. privilege in ease rnire is not foaled. To oesog Florida breveders, a redas*'
Wixigthe regular order the Sen- received. Mr ngti tecar ion (if $10 will tits nitidt from abosve price it the $25 i1 paid promptly. This 1w
;a 1 w -e~l.d to the consideration of The special order for 12 o'clock wag r a~lim oe eosd ove-third the charg,- that would be made, in Kentucky. If yoIu desire to breik
h-in third reading. announced, this being Senate bill NSo. r. an~~te asag mof ros d b i i oice. Add rce:
h i. ill No. 46, by Mr. Adams-_ 29, by Mr. Crill-Establishing aNo 0.apowitn$200frfu.
A 'I entitled an act authorizing golgia urvey for the State of higte(u-orsmno.le
of Fthe.topoie o h apit would be willingr tL inappropriate $17,.
'':-tjIUtion8 to purchase land for mnent of a State geologist, to define 000. which be thought -vas wifficient. 0AINESVILL.P. FI * LMSC
-nl fairm, to trect buildings and his dutties, and to provide for the The roll was called, anti the motion -- ~ ----* ---~-1 -1 ---- .. f #l" a lwwn rh rnm I-








~jjj. V "TEN


HAVEMJST RECEMD PR4OM -hE EVEoaRT AND HO0WARD PIANO' FACTO
THEIR)P[NEST PIANOS, AND EXPECT.TO 01,OSE THEM OUT IN

o Next Ten D0" .t I('per Gent DIScout from Net G h Ficory
YSI


~WMI~theme TenEeylaoiii oare sold we
ted bythe .John1
Anot duplicateChrho.wt
prAe or terms capital-,of miIoIis

i7 Everett Baby Crand now $63090 1 J825 Harvard now $292.50
14~Everett now .55W2 5350 Harvards at $ 315.00
Everett nw$50
~~SEverett now '8 41250 1 $30 Dayton. at $270,00
Terms: $25 Cath and $10 pir month on EverettPianos; $10 Cash and $8 per month on Howard Pianos;
$10 Ouk and $6 per month on Dayton Pianos. 8 par cent interest on unpaid balance.
"Begins Early Monday morning, May 20. Conic Qnick-Qet Fkirs Choice, Positively Prices Not Duplicated

..R.ARER PIANO, ZOMA NY
220 WESI OMI STYS.GIEVLE A



4 .~a in~aaWhite and Colored
tee,$1.5 5.50IL e ~i lI~tltifl ii IJUWash Skirts
52W 5275 To keep up with the values, offered here each week, 12 o$00
Our shelves are loaded with dependable bargains that
must be converted into money. C Splendid 'Linen Finish
trut 81711 Canopyt Fine. A EAc day ha oeatatv ahstAt ilb X krncl.mdwr











O mWbantry an $. mAIATIONS 10N SEASON

ot p..LON TUESDA Y ''WILt OPEN EARLY
by~ ~ ~~~u ONq *a fujgt~ ~ __TUESDAY AL
ee (n ldt~~ auch more im at than the som
of W&Nk here, named I t Immense n ill Provides 4r $570,000 for Prospeatp OtA large and Profit*
mr .s m bll" . Of the 6f our .early. apbropriatlons for frty I

st b the b rd bA vctorinu s $ht' foreign advrutwe of which the acqul
Y aYt last qme. b sigdt of e sulon of the lIppines was but one THE GOOD ROADS BILL ACREAGE HAS ~SqN INCREASEQ





[a ldvertiemnts, e alaedrrlghayrnfrmntfompolicy. a smalll, force anticed for our~i8dllt h u:Tewt,/eo eWlIo /
lrst0~Zd10*sld. teomlaeUde. CNit, other moving extprotetssion, to bold an empire on tl* -ei tTe Sne werlo an o



;-linsertion, ,towar on earh, which shushed the ble, but by takfatHawall. Porto lRico gppeptaon* Mayl 18ha e col twoe wek arirthnath,
splayed adverti tt for ree, eth n the days het despair, now Guam a dof the globppines w ae Mpo.p b hdea be mad sro b ll Pof
sd 12 monts at tins te procso a Special Order foTm or the Chambern e
frishedh poa 1 lol be nlongertes The wbrld gene Hos Wedneday- Consdeabe Open the Season ti eatlJune



Msrria. gea o surp lusmone nieek the orldsstruggl sea acq tions eormoly nes Ho a companion lits wi ll be Ship many years, aF ny growers
Obatuarses 8h Sont lie.otlblity t s aned ~ii **oOeatm VN~V ob

abrl 8eldon e th o stment- sitdered. The btla carry a total appro been added to th, elit, while
:pYSjl5K S I -- idu1tr iPDeatf vtthaln, wih prelOtrsh Matteris of Interest. Unusually pineo wrndiglg
0 adOerti tas, inv te it ndrawt with the beggares policy, a sino fore sufficed p o orfi the Bu0n T ne s haereln se arel wo
e t and the trleWek bpt wth the right to say that we are "Tddithe coming tide. Capital. the greatest protection, poseen ein our annual lee for thae une waerin tan im ho
int )World one y .........$1 independent, we a stand alone, appropriation bills ve T a mong the extensive grower of




hte Sun and the Atlata (OS.L), have scoumulated enough of money, in 19(, to f th~e army $71.817,15 Mlr th psgeooote.aur gga sectoret that 5.The wil be sh Weekly Coati 8 a.m.] ~t: 6and of experience to insure a great agis 2,8,4 n19,a nrs br od lgaotJn .Tepat
payed adv atl olte. South In the days of its ai f a e The good roads bill was set ilippurines we have i ely, to bh e fruit os fine, t
Sandn an12 months mi-ml eld, so i ep are the returns, and thate South, given ,d0es to fortune. est over special order forin the House Wed they eatstimate that they will t





Times-Union one par..., .... 2 00 tae good of the lavestor, as well as $479,57'2 iq 1898$, so Increase of much sittoevny8ecrlastau
wished oUPO pp r go n, nwe vid the world' a wel- m acqisiton ircnmuly Increase 10:3to when bowhat the Seknown ast m eos far no 15 ses A
befeld an earth for investment the hands peof powers hatlng lareporag @ ihl a .
Idetisues O r R n i iionol wth the beust c* ma se o tin hl priati of $570,00l, which includes have Incroamay their acreage.r
rvis Ao t v ities iot o ath b egr ea, mes a ag presn. e$1.5 0000 for the erection of new bmi Chamberlin & arlow who epe
Tuh and es hs-e ak t 'lmet with the' uildt o a hoe re th in 198 Thala alors i s du ftrt e University. The proon- among the extensive growers of






Ing y ord Oe tiuag the... Oic oftedvlpm65fbsnesa h appmoti holls ote polon iatly ed ietn eaei h eatostr u eltemlnge
reyorenra orlddfor anote Ir weatatone e n b. Wl pointed or the pass ingge of thie mas s 1 M recton, report thait they will be s







eAIt wl e U rememberd. thatof hiouh thar s n lae thisuc eU tohJue30 1908, Wt Pin accriy Thne asd bheeor much feeln h hishl erotsatr,.'
*r s and e the witt (h have aicmulated enough o on In 190 fr the army $71.817.166nt t i of adme
weekly Constitutdon 0 "Or.~ 7 arnl of experiefie to insure a great against $23,139*34 In 1898, an Increase farl good. plng about Junie 5. The pilanits
Stothe ARISepesnatv Cak weo poid owt
mi-WeeklyJun at e 1oyear, nd tea y advance, 5i so vast io the o narly cco uno ehn entl het odase lnlun maturing finely, the fruit is fine, an


d te pest order isonne field, so sure aro e the returns the bsat for peinal order In the House We they estimate that they will get
cost u$1,664,701 I 1906, against
Times-Union one ear... ol lw tne good of the investor, as well a $479s t4 18 an Increase of much day. sixty to seventyfir car loads da





I is here oer tYeab te o otr s on f wthit tr or Ro eaa s 1




hal a muh ore o a otl o onaoflo and Coferative Union.
-gisatrdn.oe of the Staeeor our goo, we bid the world a we more than rn1wnr centt For thne n Avyon w at In he las* ter melon
Wel wiSc1 Un wo these t ro rcet al forn the 01,70. Thl e vrnae i1a- k City bill appropriating grod Wauburg lAke. Inasmuch a ther a



ov0 theat nepearbl ws 0ve .
re e tesat i o f n cte t elm raton of ev t te in tne9 0orai wt p and $1ma,000 to reimburse that eiaW f m will probably be the first hippest "
STATE twillbeYr'Ge AL th says the South to all mankind, Is a Increase exeeding 800 per cent For oey eh e on ormerUt sig ht.h p ,.
fE w t Runo oR1 N pieRAet n grounds and bufldidg5, was again wc o P i t received for their product Will b 4



region poned, and the report i again highly satisfactory
he sffes o8.rder Hierlin miige o ample room fora a hundred and nany, eMsive of nw penlon the s a esstg Thepre f man a o
Sidt e Order fteol ning Hsmilln people to have the bet con- aused by sevie In the Pilippin e nso nMoa scl hil oft ssona wi Thver of me n aler op. Sts res odetr, oear. ditions foutid on ear ith fr the enjoy- nd or op atlo a Un onfta whsueh .ao
Thre Whidt Hhas M fad the fol u ment e of af, the building of a home, we thana in0. This Iveases 1 d1, ate or the sueiso. goo prospects, and It the Ift d



order coninuing tw Offher---in tu905 towellthe$18lo85t.000.
g ofl w ctiun O-f the eveopmento of siness and the Amost wholly to the colonial polWiy tho h no t i oilte a se o n wr te well e wroe
eyorgeneral of Florida, Mo another creation of wealth. to the new entiree In world politics. Toer ye ha n belha thbe pseo ulclh feelin hoethis ffr



t Iwill be remembered that e th oadne t mu v u thi
evas an order abolising the I th he ds A dined oi munc Up to June 0, w 3, In ne, according over the Intimation of secreTt adni s o e eae
on June oftheyear, wih Itfed discoursag coiti to Representative Clark, we paid out tra-onan ucusesto Influence leglaRO L,



ecoer ton Junte "oade spot" oimerthen as the pret ittio on a rovdyloualy fm the R. A. Bcke e Rce of theoh hilippines not less Fi M chGt iC oA,
the present order is One rnigod- may we not expect kow that the husi- than $647.599,250, and in the last four freue anly t.e lie has bn,1



it. The order follows: ness worlsead has come to realize that yion su County Division of Formerl' idn sam 'omo W'the W tu se re eect''
:- Picture th conditions f 880 years"tt avt ie unoedl cot up hsewDyAg... y.rsin B .
"It is hereby ordered to enable the o ther section of this country or fandr a ore or amln of eta son ar outsla the world ton State of Florida any other offers equalnd other dre offir and opportunities, that te lpnos et, owing toa thluninih ed iela- tonal and Co. H.Operative Un, n. Comply with section 2221, U. S. kte- for the investinent of capital for the $1.000.000-000. This averages $110,- tion before the Legislature. Jonnings Lake, May 1.-There wai





Statutes, that the aboare merely the futalmnt of a ableof manufactur- e na t o Th e Senate and Houe adjouMed a meeting he. ro on the ltmmt h Inst. m; W
our~ro. busnew restor;il tie inte.a




Once more Mr. Bryan "has been plans interrtlpted by the war, but ef-ornlm ee at r# tfew ~ays ago), accordias to the Infofr., Brelown buins tare nt:nl J. W. re outffice of U. S. Survehlet Daly to land based upon natuing, ral ad and agricultural or nsoes much of it as ntionieeved by letter, beginug the purpose of ormaising a 8o Bust.4





lorida be and the ame hereby Ise nterests? And Indestroy, and attempt to "WheMonday, will d night seionsd divisiker. county oraniser. atiOr
pon ak a difference to m wheth- fommigration, as in the pastdone in Souther- tMr. Beker states that hi steamer, s tehe next mCoopet iog will be he





and amplified as rapidly as conditions
"it i H a carriage or a band wago in that we are to within the next wgr ile a dmit until we are entirely tree in Ad e fo, collided with aPE. u Chcesfully Oignisd by J. 0. Sltk T ahe lhi e ands right side up. 25 yeSouthward movement of population. te os d rs nk steamer o the coast of Vrgla r .
Picture the conditions of 180o b Was In Collision With Oil Steamer a floors were elctd:
ar:,- .haItw makes ais about time we gave up thesiTegFwryHC TTT.IPI .teds it o s wr Ar umpsG t
t e\it leaves the contention for the restand taken by Congresmccompishn enng and a party n poltlctl fwer T. d the most hero ffiro to kW nepT gnition tha there are no great drama- Clark then regard to the present situation; ot ltting the truth be known. We the lp ot untl he rehd New- .
st unr t nowadays. It may b landt, at the l ate session iso wr of Congre have no buses with the PhWtippnes sp News, wB e wa Ue foro plain; W td that or Shaw considwaters himelon patch of todaywhen he introduceaxo, od i eot- a an t ooper we lt thd m .,
the w.at oden dramatost in manueffect, the disuring and o there direc- stands go, the better f ors me a ti ately e one was Crned, butSso 0 I
Sto the "bighest'bidder," has received abroad.a at wa neessary for all to wrea h ard .r
tOnc more M r.o n says, "th e President the hInterripted b y the war, but few ys ago according to the Infor. rown, business ent W.
ed out rrkof a vehicle e Taft as a man d b ased upon natural advaof the country, and That too th property i s ofn nation received by letter to Mrs. delegate to stae tIng; . Sur 1k rnade him too much of a the popular representative from the the ran of hadvduals le a o ftas Beckere county orgauier.
mth arr any dn toshat Mr. Seeon District should, and no doubt nate atr a ith, ut that too muh etn M. Becker states that his steamer, Th next meeting will be held
s mle may see "a deep does, feel proud that th e measure h py will breed business dprion adfog collided with an q Chrry on Auust 9.
i this." Perhage Mr. Roosa received such favorable mention. 1i not so well 1own. Yet note C ways a lot of freh w aee







.t .Lr,.lv assisting his fat friend Along tble line we take.the following cago, at fe days ago. comlles (No sa. IATI t P IiRIM
S land rs ow for the race. from The Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle nounmot th cost Athd responsibility steamer off the coast of Virginia,







------- of May 13th, which will prove intea Company has reeny drop 60 The prosperity that sp ignore.
Slhow make a vgrupo-THE COST OF THE PHILIPPINES. Tebresipsdb h itr n a obdydmgdta l






at few years the name etng to ur reader: out o ewey000 men gronm g instead of less- mw tled a pa ms be and It RoNVLt.,
t a~,tk Adams oado Jasper Bryces as- The stand taken by Congressman Not hard partyme, nor the political wer qua i red the moa. t heroic effort to keep







n" r one-',,d in connection with from Florida, who is ,a student t of the proach of hard times, but "too much A T, _- ... brideT' 4 d 80 ts$ -'ts 4 Stat there are no great drams- Clark tlppn regard what pertas to the m, Philippine Is- a not letting th gn truth be known. We the s.ip, afloat til she reached Nws Ir s renowadays. It mye of lan. ays the lands hae session of ConreA have no busine ts with the Philippines port News, where ee was docked for dd tat mr. Shaw con busiders himself when he arly a billion doll favoring is companyhow, and the ooper we let thprem
ed: "", oym dramatist. in effect, the disposal of the slands go the better for us at orne and nel s M Iok a r b
-.I to the "highest'bidder," has received abroad.'







n ., f his se eion of the ement, but Mr. Clark i in position ton plat in which our p e th sta r








an fo,,rr twelve ears has been to know whereof Th coThe gad parates is auh very much iore s- tallsbeds a881fresh
a m representative of Hamlton ernrmentohai notbeen candd about e than at an v time for twenty-] ask- e B .
c" a'he ta ea t*. He ha Ilands and b locks attempted inquire ae ears," h a tid. "Our purtomers. *d P a : *oAt.BButFtherS a e al
*"r'hd wn~ih mahe "aesdey o s ateveystl prossile Inhapec themaura hpet o faill b e uiedprobionta ue8* l p







i', .hed bod rhapmr, 0 t theriect ssionof Conmenti Mr. planotso ll th rnt rate ofa of f o t

I ". 'hnr'st. and tnile atfe.rAponsiilinty of the Phfloppllo andycea t realy raued ouay. The |_____"a'ind trin adowr thabe rde. frthe a ngeute a a. Chronce noament thfat te Wtherneris Puopoprt ta lpyIn re P a Ma soe,
ioeothbethse ofa dervin froth m whchcilovinterh topn hass recety Thed whri at is ellowapathemustallte ~I I B, fearI
S fte to bem esay tigore u rthercspiac ofu t Tlpon00 ean Teerapom pay rosear
s frai dam s of ase thas "nc ank Waslartongesmalbne ot h ta.,rg lh custoers of theathn' F E
rm ad inconeton ifo Florida. and the z satsdet own tho ao had coptis but "to muhreiTryha eoeab~e 0TL 5I







t foat he Sater th es Sor t e pnbitn. wthas to alhe tns ex teese of it s \ ey wbettasin b y.e
',. is ecam d aes oe of *sthe $i0la00,00 haven cSptaor the ln e deto. co ne af the cue proe tee $$$0, f~ P fall es

."ve the s-iS m I buisas- ollote yea of w dol or the iuppre- cead ar all controlled by pres
t of ids ( ee of the ta l iratio frl lad -hle the eOpper trust i a vetals. -or d th e wy fator ie .peadcegd togthe w it gost p hir- mo e sae stev arel, ae 0on T O EsI TsCko eW ID (Jr
D isseC 'ofM gethe growet. but of. Cark irsen la tihe te titn sad parethe ire whigh fur* an dp-th ale
~Illdf twlve yars gh as entopplwwes. of he Theos gof paas cmion vSt mis oe tet -erflete$A ig a h is
saseess 3tog tl asm s e ea __ees-_ar_ pesssse totruesdas e....
a h-r.~oeas v o Haito ehmet heade nto oueen mpt d sout th seens peath n timae o tetus' h "h asepc I po r t c the
---. ul---t-co-d-b duplcate 'oni t",

'h i-he- body of llwmr, tth ecn s.-.,sion of-- Congres-. plants -pu-t n at=W the'-p--sent rate "- ofe .. ~~:.












UNDUE MAKE SAME 1 aN C
_______________ -Every one should tale a totdc In tb4efl a; 6lu*0 system
t, lkpoitoedent Tels a hortit rW e b.r, Bat Lost The Mlood liai. bec o e tzn c'c and- sluggih ttt sccumulations r te
~1,Duonnen6D~ Tll;alv*s bt 'to ethps. 4n many toe. r "v"s tem f'jfli the ii n.'~e roor life and fjlout tb h I ih t4i
th.Gae Ws or9~i gam we asOsen ot y UecaOnl HIS Calculation.1. Wil- t,.r S'i'soa T!.. blood, beitig in this u&1nrAua disorder, ,(
-Is, Board of Trade to various Repro- -is utiable to furnish the body with the increased 4amount of I
nece.ssary for tL e -more energeitic life of Sprhig atid~tamer, and""
COUNTY DIVIDINGd LINK. 6*'w 6f the 84easking the TH E COUNTY DIVISION LINtS q- ffkrs from de':nlity, weakness, nervoqueS5w indipstion, loss ,f
to Iterode wth tefr l~t~l Sld -and many other unpie:.sant syniptomnt of,& djowdese blood
Represetitutves. Llu
Levy Would Navo The po~ ol ntse oape Willis Wanted to Gobble Part of Alach. WvL b the 6ystem is in this run-down and disordetred Condition it i
41 ..to t &',e unk-nowni concoctintV, sarsaprls,~noldec $ties from 11114111101a elate tbA Ipqi~jj infAiT methods of us and Marion Counties and. Had ustlily cota-n p{otah or sorne other e~qualy sful an hanrmui tij
AA6 from Marlon, and Levy the RPeeuttiu fo vytpr- HIs Fiddle Well strung, But Friends i~~'inwhich acts unfavorably and often dangerously on th Q
Id Have Pofited nt his 'bil and attempt to get ofAsnInsIib-ee. ~~Af at a time wlic'i it needs gentle and natural stii ii
aatflo' Deilly al" itcun through, bpocial to The Sun: thoow of! the invniritkes and recuperate its lost energy. 'S.S. S. i j.. 4i
atcly called %'atuLre's tonic. .1t is made entirely of roots, herbs ik
entative Willis ofLeyco1 DEATH OF MRS. GLEASON. Tallahasisee, May 17.-The House ton thr !. rcat storcilonsc of fo-et an ilslected fdr their p! c~
m ade an -effort to -scoop a toda3 passed the appropriation bill for hthrrigqua~litits, and asi it does not cohtain the sil~' lo
stion of Alachu evnty and Sucoumbod, Blood Poison, After tho., State University, WVoman's 'Col- mirl I~ any formn it is perfectly safe for yvourg or old. acts'
yportion Of Xarle0, adding to lsw fm.Mot. 'logo and Deaf and Blind Institute, by (ir~~~tebod idn to l niuiiaadpoisons, and
tritory hundreds if iiiae of fine Ia vote of 40 to 23. Thsbilg le ~e tile 1,;t prn,,rtcs Of ricli, nutritive strength so that it is able tosj, ti
Mrs. Wa oe it Glsou, wife of sioodfrnwbidn s stI. :.1 wilh tile healhhftal, invi-orating e ~gy needed to pass t'
ng and ningh bads, did notIUnvriy$0,0fonebulng. 170
jniurit exactly ofb thee Ida and Its aci*idri is tje most pasant, proinpt a-nmid,
k~~~~~~~~ Guteclowtoh desad(~rgO h5Ol died* lt the home The bill of Willis of Levy In the sc of ofl V::ic ~oewofe h ne fsc eiiewl
esofth utao f hebll woof her nubo, County Treasurer It. B.! House, purporting to take part Of c)nnin'e' the~ use of S. S. S. at once. S. S. S. restores lost ener"v, aso b~ooro the bill, who~ Peeler, at 10:890 o'clok Thursday! Alachua and Marlon and add this ter- t!m ic.wnotfciih~ h peie isdgsin n;
et ?Iiwsdy afternoon. in nrlpatr~lns faotritory to Levy county, came near being and vigur to L,*e 71,11n.: SW T SPEMflI'C CO., ATLANTA, .
jo'l reference to the biIn- DoAN0fl rushed through Thursday, during abb~Representative Willis in. an Octob~er 9, 1871, sence of Judge Carter, account of ick-__________-seeking to establish a soo en ,ce' 'itbhiy-sIz yewis of age. neo". and the absence of Represent- SALES IN SIGHT 12,604,352.
dividingg line between the Her pariqts having died In her early ative Doke, who was also absent tet
Alachua, Levy and Marion, lfi h W tkWthfporarily, having been caldaaaoHae' nlsso h Cotton Move.
~hDr. J. L Kelley, wodren, by her unecl, Mr. Peeler, who attend. to busIneks In one of the de- ment to April 30.
STallabassee, was kind raehr otns Representative Willi9' New Cricmns. Maiy IG.-Smretary
On Januae Jes %:k"3,, etyf deceased was fondest hope was suddenly ended by Hester's analysis of tht cotton move,-h at
wie sof Xii ounU, esit o arn e "'tolrie'A Olone andl of'kfn a~ lla so t o h l f A ril, Sn ep. (h at a
pThe Sun. .Thursday' night. mario t 07 .GlaondInterference of Representatives Kirk- iment for e(g'ht months,frmSt
hapmedto "catch on" to four boys an du cihelateonly Johs, who came to Alachua's rescue shows tisat compared with the crOP
tative~~~ Wils1cio1adpo f =ee ma .Of I&.ad protested against taking such ad- moventert last year, Texas, Including
Sresentatimon th bil up- .el wsaClisti 2rs vantage of the absence of the repro- snig' tislrY spa~o rought fintores
thr raimig, and the probably t'b % an wa c iouwi th tm sensatlvos from the counties interest- ii~tti eao nrud fre
9)iue joined the Methodist church, bay-1othsbl 1,50.9,500 balcs mare: other gulf i.
Dr.~ed blockin thes passcge of thi billbSh 0O C gI
Ing been a regular attendant in all which Willis had declared as "purely states, Including Arkansas, Loulsi- og
Dr. elle. Tlks.brachesof w chrch Shewaslocal." There Is now no danger 'of a"a NIjssfijrpI, Toflneese, Mis100Y''h sb0P1 AI never hape'rmrecnetdtanIspsae souri an-d Oklahoma have marketed
=n some legislatir matters ,ro- when she was working in the cause Rpeettv atri ihyI-99 00mradteAlni tte
to education, returned o teofCrtadhrdeswllie epeetteCrerihglyn-Of North and South Carolina, Gorto the oandhrastapproacher'dIndafterlhe'. dignant at Willis' unfair action and if gia, Florldn, A'abaiia and Virginia,
"fth~, ndwasaprochd i ate hr.he has opportunity is Hure to make 7G,000) mno.e, making the total In-.1 ~ "
*attev, his wire not being quite Besides her bvsoband and children, um eeecmet nsm. ces ,ti,(0slsoe atya.I ~
Dr ~ely ounere o ceased loaves two brothers, Chas. Goeo. W. Hawthorn was granted a re- The cmnvjunt brought into sith~t by P' 0 U
the following Information: 04and J. M. Pei~er of Jacksonville' duction of fine from $250 to $25 for groups (if states follows: _____________o line of AU bill, as provided, The funeral will be held thin morn-agrvtdsau.TxaanInlnTeitr,4,ll large scope, and takes In A Ing from t4e resideqce at 10 o'clock, 691; other gulf bta~es. :,X'37,927; At-i
Of Alachua and Marion coun1ties. Rev. T. illizo of the FIrst Metho- BURTONS TO LIVE OAK. lantic states, 4,4'24,734.
1il provides that the sectional] dist church conducting the ceremonies. oa rpI ~h tcoeo n r
Wobn line shall begin at or The pall-bearers are J. S. Crown, R. Left Thursday to Make the West 12,01i,352. an iucreate ov-er XPt. Fa~pun, on the Suwannee L. Barton, W. B. Crown, Thad Davis, Florida City Their Future Home. y-ear f 2,olhtC75, an IAerease o tin ritdu estto a point Clintoni Crown, Or., T. E. McDonald. year befw-e last of 1,009,9H4, and ani
three miles West of aiuesvllle, The sympathy of the community After a residence of many years In Increase ove tl-e sawe time in ID- i In Arrendondo and Archer. Is extendefte bereaved husband and this city, during which time they of 3,110,527. I 1o pa dak i s
#Ae boundary three miles went relatives In this sad hour of bereaved. have endeared themselves to many .
III* it to directed due south went, friends, J. J. Burton and family left Stop Grumbling.
Wtblacoochee river, embracing Thursday for Uve .0k, which city It you suffer from Rheumatism or
land the majority of the Relief from Rheumatic Pains. tW' will make their future home. pains, for Ballard's Snow LinimentSe Thma
ltemies and property around 6 suffered with rheumatism for Mr. Burton intended originally to wl rn"qikrle.I sasr e hma
aid Meet. which means ap- over two years,", says Mr. Rolland Igo to Waycross, which he declared core wilfor bigSprains, rl.uikRheumatism, Con-1
tyi several hundred square Curry, a patolman, of Key West, to be one of the best cities in South- tractied 74uacles and all pains-ad
Carte was0"ottmes it settled in my Iwest Georgia, but dater decided not within the reach of all. Price 25c,
reenatveIdi- nesand lamed ies so I could hardly toir Hardwar CoiradslcedUewie:" ae sdBladsSo
dconfiltd to tits room onl ac- walk, at other times it would be lit Oak. Iad r wrte:"IhveuedBalrdsSnw
an exr trong effort and at my feet and ha so I was Incapa- Friends of this P .tinable family, Uuiment Iin;* family for years and! (3ane6v11e
lipeo he d delivered the day elated for duty. One night when I regret very much to see then leavP7< have found it a tine remedy for a~ll
;Reprementativfs from 'Marion was in severe pain amid lame from it but wish themn muclh success aind good pains and aches. I recommend It for --hold leen aignlved on commit- toy wife went to the drug store here health In their iivew homne. pans In the chest." gold by W. M., el. NV. IAT'I'()
d ut tid wsrre absent fromt the and came back with a bottle of Charn- Jobnsou. __Cii _n.ne an SIvef
b )r; Iepresenitative Dloo %%ho bora's Pain BJ~lm. I was rubbed TH CICIPOUT rof. A, xm. Grahain 1301 says that
.Ibeen the only, reprementAtlve of with"It and found the pain had nearly w hl .,~ aearhp htwl
,,"tieo lint(rented during 11he gone during, the night I kept on, Entire Day Thursday Consumed In er- thliplani Iln ha e isip that v.111 DEALER 1IN REAL I'sT.0 1 fts vas1on, had boon calWd out using It for a little more than two Important Murder Case. rr-- h tni esta wny Prompt attention to all I-".
lofw momtats for the puritoio of weeks and found that It drove the The entire day of the circuit court hoursd Di',r m~ayi Fbop ade I. Ate I- ffce 196,s door No th., ldng wu-re colleanues lit regard rheumatism away. I have not had was occupied Thursday In the case------------------------------ ____Sol












LEG L A VETISMENS.PETITION MOR ]ZLECTION NOPYC?. FYOR PUBLICATION
______________________________To the Honorati'm Board oif Public Intruioti IAnd 0111ce t t.slnt%vlae In&
STD Yof Alacuaa County. Fla.: .AprtI 1, 11or
PETITION FOR ELECTION., We l. teundersisnef voter-i and taxapavers Notle baeeby aiven th.,b in ,oirnpilancia hilt DAn:e, resldunIth Htoolle Special District and in With 00II 2%ofth av i onr~cf
To the Boaid of Public Instructon tertr deilii t) beome a part thereof. June & IIN?,U. "i" Anic14rtestieo
DICEANWd, the undersigned tax-payers and Petitio'niour honorable bolix to vtI1 an ekee Um" tud IsU41 0~ Sta~ten of Cai~tornhl&. orai.
DICEAN vt~srsdigite6llfodpe *OPtilble to ourelves.. for I he liurpone of eittendfed to OR b ptille iundltxb&a
your boucirablo body to call an ee-for the election of three truitee.. and the ber.county of Ala Slte Of Florida, proce ~~~~~~~~~~~~t in accordance with the I&*i, and purjneof neminit the millie. hstl a ie o0 ~ehsalonsae
NAePetition your hq'nortib,t' bo~ly to em u wn o b tit. ae tte w1
at a time, suitable to yourselves, for ini maentreticfloin .cie tt fbC No W3 oilt jidrba. Nor1 tile Sw 14 n
teetfrmNt I~the purpose ,of tbanglng the boundary tory towi.; All of Sectionw. it. 15,. It, M $1I. will u'rr,-r i)Irt to aoThaN 0 t Noe lei andh i
of2~ r'a.t 2S N 1% 3 *I .d 35, end wore vutliuble for its timber or &%one than for
GAN~~~o sai distnr..t lot the election o 1Vutblof Siec*ttuin. 13.21. Z% ind X6 si a,.yicultmi! 9-urpoe.mt ~ e..tahtuh b"
EGNWITH HOLY Co"PR#ION TMg 1"S *11 Ugtitu H& -We6011 three trifstiet sand for the purpose of ""Twaii. ~iOS .al'uLt ~ 'a" tu tSS 'V .an be andi Ream low n tsserYou nls naming the iillase to be assessed. tiosest al 1evy grrant. 6101o tl0ons,. 1. 4, 11, celver ;it;tinsvl~e, M3. 08 Tbur~iiw. the
...... 01 I 14 1. d S4. Town.%hip I I i live $1 9. 8th div I~F.hille. 10167.
er VeCBiSf~ ~ ~ ~~ an aeyadhave R 0o Urns said d~strtiob* embrace the following also all of Sectliom 6,l. K1. -I. 1. hitied $0. Ue naun's 444 wiamw. ve ULon or10
\keeBS"hnw eesRn described t~'tf ~~~Townsip 11'neU V natia N.tI('l~ppV 'I'cr
~ornlg ad At~lf004 ~thgi~tgdy~1 .All of 16t 25, 26, 2T, 2, 29. R. 0 Zetrouer. J Ik. Fita'er J1. A.- Tu oker.altNu'rv ut
30, 31, 32. 3S,~ai2a and 36. Township 7, 0 0. Thli'u. K. It. Turver. '. F. INry 0 A Atmda troc ~~bsml h T liHen Tillman. A Fvisi'.W.j abqe~V-dfes'ilb,l lainds ure "Pqaetdtofl
srii Vce, With S4N~lby ftelo,. Pange 115; als l fScrn ,2 ;:ni?0t. A. A-Ztoti J. Rt, Vi er. their cliflm) In x it'. office on or Uefiiie sed etb
wonlnj 3 4. 5. 6, L1. S; 9, 10. 11, 12, 13. 14, Jr.. C. D. Hutt. I. Ounrhy. .J. 11 o~in. .1. ANY of Jun.' i";
.patton in the Enig 15. 28.1, 1 22, 23, 24, 26, 26, Perr Q. H ht'ly, J.A S oultc. \V. A. Por- li HENRY S. CHUBIL hegirser.
The second an 0008111411111 dY Ot longestwasing an Molt 27 28, of A 6 n 86,lonsil 8, 2. roer NOIC OV TOR TAXr
a sixty-fourth annua lo oUf the eleatlsfactaq lubicantin the world. Rag15aloolofScin1.1 fo Yr-Tefle tiinwllI pene DA)IIDEzlk'ONOFOAP S
plscolpal DiocOSLD ANDARDtpll aLOL 4, 9, 10. 11 and It. Township 9, Range t~ke Bolt no lli n-truetou Alilcbal 44s. LAWS OF1 Fl.tillILl,,.
hlchhasbee ~f'7Sn~i5 ~15; also of Sections 19, 20 and 21, county, Iioikiu. tit the mertit., to w-" hela on HoyTownship 8 Range 16. June 1. Notice 1%. hereh-b iivei, thAt Mel
Iity Crhas wasn Coneb W~ ]301y feet Vrreecfly-.... uringc Conlpany, pur 'i~ue r-4 of Tix
Init ChrchWasone t o t 6u_ Vry rspetfuly, ateNo. it!.. dated Ol.2!rd day of
wayth prgim fr OUT ALANICLEAUEB. L. Flowers, J. F. Ward, J. P. HILL R DIVORCE. A.D. "QMi, have tiled md iii ertitio.sbe
in evr way th o1.a OTHALNI LAU.Me. and have made aItptlL&'itiot, for fifil
ineeyThomas, D. EL Salter. In the Circuit Court. ]ighth Juivi~al Cirouit 040M ue io soordant' wit h iansol
daYbeig t MstillP"Iid4 MD'Note--The above petition will be Alachua County. Florida -Ill Chaneil, sate embraces the following uic'.crlbed
At -j o'clock there was a C0ire List of Games Played Thursday, To- presented to tbe Board of Public In- Eltii Williams vs. Newton 1Viiiam-a.- orty bituted In Alaohuauti 1606M~ Ford
ottofthehoy wbichi gather With the Result. structiozi of Alachua county, Florjda,l vorc Order of Publtiton. wt
at the nieetig to be held on June It appearing by affidavit aptonleui to th SwbMo wI4Se.I h .f
Largely attended. Frn rdysD~yBD 510filed in the above stated cause that N*WS Th said landt being saette at the dAte aut
At 9:3 a. m.and 2:0 zi. the Tough theay' courty ofn the Elk' 07.~" Williams. the defendant therein namred, is he imuatnoe of such certloste I h mw~~
t 4:0 a.in. nd 2Throgh te cortes of he Eks'resieae of the State of Iilorula. that ad~ og O. Il. IrN um. ricii met id buslineSss smio, when Club. whio have arranged to receive NOTICE OF ELECTION, defendant bat been absent for inore tni less said certificate &hall be redeemed somatter of Iportace wer UY4 1~*J ( A das nex I~teedlng iteerdderff Ihtbilaw %%it todlewta wided wil Is therth ononus
matersof m~ot~licili OOthrough, the Western Uni.on te report A election wIU be held at the Bell abpIs oeaing beime so hne the Ifth day of May, A D). 1907.
risacted. of the result of the ball games Of the school house, in the Bell School DID isube over t be ofmad lufe uponu hi.61tes M~dY oTO Api naur A.d asI&I"
in the afternoon at 4 o'clock the 'Via- otaAlni Lege ac nghtrict of Alach*.a county, Florida, on it I% tberefove ordered that said, the 11bdyo Kvl ES
membrs f A- S n A thc ge toc presetStra. ue1..97 o h pur- dent defendant be and he i-s.IFGS
ng mebr fthe vvOIn' Aux- Therai. t 15, 4leasu, ofrth required to appear to the 14111 of ~d Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Co., fta.
cit, Te Sn las he leaureto resntpose determining whether or not jlaillt filed in Fiaid cause oin o.r befOI lar), were driven around the ithiis morning, several hours In ad- said district shall, be reoestablished as allosday. the 3rd day of Jun.,t. A. k. 1. NTIorCE OF APPLICATION FoR TAX,
iting the various Points Of InteresWtv iace of any other paper, the score, at special tax school district, for the otews th lertoutn ~dtill wit be I)FR UNDER SECTION 8 0.0 CHAPIII!M '
Which they expresaMd great pleas- which were as follows: changing of the boundary lines of It In further ordered that tis order be Pub 48M LAWS 0r FLO)RIDA.
same, for the selection of three truelitsiled once a w eigifor four ronari, uit ve W"10 Notice Is hereby given ilhat E E.. case%13 Jaccko in 3,e Columbia 0.er tees therefor and for the purps ofibn adconyap ubprh imer qf 'Ns Vertiloate, No. W0. d~iph
At~ise in oSaom cont the evening b~eeUbd day of Mat. A. 11 111111. ba e& t
At a specilsyieth Charleston 1, M acon 0. determint~jhe rate of mileage to be jug Mas, Certiflicatel In 'mY o1110C Slid has made.
Augusta 3, Savannah 0. aseadan olcted therein for the S. WIANQ S'..Clark Circtuit Cout. tinfo a ee olmeioooldas u
delveedbyRe. w-, aton nxt uceein tfoyersthreftr. A tu 0P of IF. cal. law. Sai 41ertloste embracesls 7 .
delveed y ev R~- ~This report keeps the Florida team netscedngtoyasteratr e oofolai )ioi ut lo wins dew,'IbMu Inowsrty 0ituated In Aes
minister of Pleasing And impressive tilnth ledmaigacsdr- Polls will be open at 8 o'clock and H. 0. MASON. Solicitor too roaIusaat. county. F'iurlda. to wtt
dres.Th sevid axv4 acl.ose at sunset. The following named h w I I and ". 1-4 or Se A. 800. 1@. to, 6 5,
drs. h ertd a weJatedably better average than the compel- persons have been appointed Inspect- I osrm
and those present thoroulghly en-lgtas ore of said election: J. E. Willlanis, NOTICE FOR PVU-IILI(AV ON. The said land being ansesiled at %be data 01,
lugtems.' at(Jainsviie ~ the issuance of soob certilloate t b s
yed the sermon and services. ________W. A. Bryant, A. Ward, one ot Lad Offle a ri insle fJonw Iuroi i h
As a whole. this meeting, which wasn whom shall act as clerk. Notice iseberehv riven t hat In complitace Unless said certificate shall be redeemed t
ofth mstlaglyatenedad WHAT 1S CATARRH? By order of Board of Public In- w ith %be Provisons of the at of C0sarremof 600001or'tito IsA.. tax deed will issue theme"
o th mcsa rgte Stte fOLD Catarrh is an inflammation of the structioll this the 7th day of M ay, A. June 1. I1 tte A nacfo the =a'of ftwhdaofdy.ADi.
D. 1907, R. B. WEEKS, tmbe anthsE ofe State. o. C1)i 1r01.
fimucous membrane of the nose. throat ;n ion. Nevada.pad Washington Territory," ra fArlA t S?
&I years, will be long re~membered, Chairman Board Pub. Instructlon extesiled to&I athpbliodanud %tates bi got S. H. WIENUM
d te isior wee erymu ~ and lungs, with many annoying SYMP- Attest: J. j,.. KELLEY, Sec. and Supt. of pd~ut4 C5 lak.Hae flylerk Circuit Court Alachus Co., ym
d h iioswr eymcI ., os Inhis clmt thr are few county of Aiaebuis, State of Florida. Mt .
pressed with Gainesville and the hos- wl5 day file~dttla iosebinsworn stwtei ;o. NOTICE 0F A11i'LItATION FMR TAX
pitliy xtnde temhee.who do mot suffer from this disagr NOTICE OF ELECTION. wU rt u~rel oiif the N 1 -2 of Ne 44 of DIRD 17INDEK SIC"lION 14 orl CH&P?5S
______________~~~~~~~~~ ~ Ibedsae fe nacr n n An election will be held at ttte Road- 16 1&. land Will offer proof to show %bhati tbe IA.LW 01IA)DA
FO TMAHSFFRR. dangerous state. field school houve, to school District leahd b@too is mr valuable for Its Mb* or Notice Ii hiereb given tht Jdo. Q! Teete.
FOR Se aa for agrietltural purloe!, to 4.wb~e 1i4zCriiaeN ~5
Mi~~naIs h. ne emey f The one scientific and comos nse 6 f lcu county, Florida, on *%Egsl~~ei osi adbfr f.' at- thre" 0r1 axi Ctfict uN
Mi--n i th oe emey orSaturamv, June 16, 1907, for the pur- end iaciirer at Gainesville. Fl.oiled Wsaid ('ertitioste In my offie. and stmahtrube ta pblse.~ treatment IsI Hyoinet, a combination of pose of determining whether or not d ag. the 5th day of June. 1907 isae ithto fors Lidd cet10cat4
foOl:celli~l uebsuh~ealing and germ-killing balsams, said district shan be created a special S. Beer, 1. ailuains T.RV od C glfse. alof for~n wt ax hed erti to s ow
which Is breathed through a special tax school district, for the electioij TY ler. It ~ Racthe fAlawnua desoriored a,0ib4.r
salbgallate, to allay any inlimatlon inhaler that comes with every outfit. of three trustees therefor, and for the* Any and al0 persona claiming adversely thts N 1- of Sw 1-4 of Ne 1, 1WV. of t H. tI&'' of the stomach and bo'wls; cerium 111.1pose of determining the rate of aboye-derlbed landsl are reriuebted tie To. 10 A. kt In,
oxaate t stenthe th .o~w Acomplete Hyomel outfit costs but mrlg ob asse n collected day of June, 1907. ~ m bfr al6hthe Isance osfd buein oarssed t th dte
allaiate,~h tsoac ofegte such stomachat ing the beasesedan
seres soiu biSabonte tonet 1I.0,I and J. W. McCollumn gives his therein for the next succeeding two nP1n 8.~fR CIWSD. 11"ister. c sal bereeemd e'
viers thsou ison o et n personal guarantee with every pa&. years thereafter. Pollu will open at __facd tha Ue t leat e *bil bemu reumed
Pr(leth in nostmh acidsag that 1o111illber1111 ~ 8 o'clock and close at sunset. The ltO 'rCR OF APPICATION RM AX h W~Fa A. tax ded13)1iu tootO
pr.,n nsoahtroubles; and uz following named persons have been DEED UNDER SUON I3FCAM V65# MYs 415610 00ffiol l lnttur., an4 W44 -,
voiawih etoe igrtoteless the treatment cures. appointed inespectors of said election: too1. LA W11 OF VI A. the fill day of May. A. D19M 1 Lk
teT. F. Owimns. J. G Jamenott, G. W. Notice Is hereby given thlit J. P. Pry. Pim'- pa Clerk (&uit Court Alsohms, ft.
di(,ieorgans and tnsup teASalcidn.Roberts, one of whom shAll act an chasr of Taxn Cerlldastes Nd 01,3 and 5UK
Vi~te nevu y t nsAmmll.cet clerk. da11tod the 3rd day of July. A. D. 1901. habs tiled N,..C Or --.-.-. YO
An~t nerideus system.h fn Bode f or o uli n said at rudeetea in my 811116. slid hag ~TtK APA(AI) ..
This combination of valuable remt nacdn hctog fno B.odro or fbi n-mad appocation for tat deed to imkie DENODE7R ikFC'flIN m orl tIt&Ji
edies is found only In Mi-o-na stdmtach sigrifficant Importance, delayed sev- struction this 7th day of Nfay. A. D. In aceords he with law. Said certificatesi em- 040. LAWS OF FUMMLIA.
fall to ral rais onthe tlatic oastLine190. R.B. WEKS brace the following deqar bed tiropierty altu.
ubis, nd ~ s raelyfais t ~tl tain Et th Atantc C~*s Lie ~~ ~stM in Alwa ou anty. Iorkida towit: Notice to ertl)VuOveni latino W gr.and..
ir, t. nd t dgstivaelsystm n a ffew hours, occurred at the Junction Chairman Board Put). Instruotlon. Ne 4 of Sw i- of Sw 1-4 Sec. 16, Tv'. Ii I V purctiaser of Tax Certificate No I d*.-'
stthntedgsiesseadAttest: J. L. KELLEY. Sec. slid Supt. R. IN ii) ortqP. ad the VAd dayr of 4ui- ^ il
(2r., even the worst form of stomach Of tile Seaboard Air Line slid A. C. L. .---.- ---- Nw I11 of he 1-4 of Sw 1 4 sec. ifi, rp. Ii I ., filed said gertiflcate am "M0e and
R. i, -1 ac sre. 0 made apiplicatial for tisk uled lt I Alkali,
tfwil)1w that J. W. McCollum sells the Thursday morning, whilm a "pusher' NOTICE OF ELECTION. S w 1-4 of Se 1-4 of S w 1-4 See,' IS, Tp. 11 S.. aslordave with law. bo airync,4Z
rn...! ~derailed several cars directly on h neeto ilIO eda h a ses the a.e dale ofle bruits the followfnir desiosbed prt, st
rniy under guarantee to refund the Tneeto ilb eda he sa b ad land belis, aaiw tted te td In AWhehu outt. i0 ids, to *It
fu; ulss it cues. crossing. coma school house, Ili the Tacoma the issunnce of sunhoertifl'ateft In the aeies. Nw 1-4 of low 1 4 hsr. :10, n.,t IIIh..al.'
Thlere- was no loss of life, and the School District, on S~aturday, June 16,o Unraa opert. ats. H. L erediv. J. s. .7 Thcresa
UNIO NEGO PINIC. proporty damage was comparatively 1907. for the liurio~i! of determiningi oortlins to law. tax dead will t Ibse tiuo orn th lisualtow of such4 ovirtfilcatv in shae saw
itle bt hefattht hedeaimetwhether or ntot baid district sahall be the $5Mb day of May.- A.- D. IPW fls"Clrk
occured ont the lre asa ah dpeialtaischelnie Witewm my official signature sl meal this Unless said nertiltea *ball be roedep"
hC~ Snda Shoos aveExurlencrssig revntd rt for th eletax sc hee dis the 17ti day of April. A D. lri. aeidingto law, tsx dtd will sie
fo on he c hreosin arbloke dtriningfo the raetio of three tus Ae- 9. H. WINEN.01te a fJ1.A ); O









1. '16 M by C. W. Clase
ao mana s by Mr. Williamson,
about a at* north of the city. The
loss was total one, as the scene of
the Are *as tar distant from the city
Vw -IIhydrants,' so no water could be sett oeat a be. thee red
ag by ft The G. W. Hyde Company have a
nalf-page advertisement in thIs Issue,
RSONAL AND *0UAL to which t attention of prospective
--,4 i THE -ftIF D SERT ring sow* fine bargains in white SL
Has Happed = Ipurhasesm tvitbudaThey are ofs f goods, ready-to-wear goods, etc.,
j4appo Td IH W h Alts otA which it ilL pay to investigate. Read
nough for the ad. aud act accordingly.
anoughi T s. n MONDAY we plaed onsale the best asSinbThe Sun- & low fi~ We ackaItWedge a fraternal call
.s Fjdv'8 .W ingston r frdn L. WuIesmanp, the clever sortlenlt of Plain and Colored Lawns
De uty Shriff Goo. W. ULvngstott mol-k~
berry ts attending00rtead s.L b. traveling' tatve of The Pack- and Organdies ever shown at the low
~ewe~y stedii ~*1r" erb eed Os. Lb.Y or, a we alpbihd nNw6pecial price (f-your choice for
J. R. Feaster Of ROChellS ta rot York in the Interests of the producers 8 P er Y ard
ting business in this Oity rottruits produce. The Packer Is reognized as-oe of the leading jourGeo. L. Bryant of Nih p1 was which, judging from the nature of the .nals of its class Io the country.
the city yesterday in atte' Oe number, was a most inta- The Sun Is in recent of an ivita
the uitrcuit t. fair. Miss Leonora Vidal, who is at.
t eld of Treton has re tending the college, added to the oc- tion to be present at the commence-
eto his home, atte a visit calion* by the rendition of piano and ment exercise of Davidson College, o o thee dayoa this itO. organ music on the musical program. Davidson, N. C., which will be held
o or r This was Mls Vidal's Orat sealba at from May' 26 to 29. T. Curry Mer-B SILK
S. G. Gay, A. G. Guater ad Dr. Z. that institAtion, and friends will be chant. son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. a
Price formed a trio of Mioanopy delighted to know that she progressed Merchant of this city,,will be among Iks who spent Wednesday in Gaina nicely. .te graduates of this Institution. He
e. Phoes Satrday' kisly Sum has made an excellent record. and We have mftred the sole agency of
MISS Myrtle FeMuel 114PAs dt red eeosgauaehm
s City, where shi w aId t 'Mrs. Rfley of Micanopy was shop- friends here chagratulate him. the celebrated Money-Pack Silks-every
lage of her coastn mis pric ping 14 the' city Thursday. J. W. Gleason of Jefferson, Ohio, yard guaranteed or your money back.
I. J. Knight and A. G. Hill of La. who has been spending the past six
Mr. Jordanl. Crosse wpre trading in the city Thurs- months in this city, made The Sun an The regular "rice of the best grade is
iss EthlOlms a agreeable call yesterday, leaving his $1.75 r yard all OVerthe word, but we
g lady of Alachu,- wto anong ty name as a suboiber to The Sun. Mr.$17peyad llo rh wr ,bt e
e who spent yesterday visiting Warranty d mortgage deed for lson, wbo Is sevnty years of age, hive decided, in order to INTRODUCE
ends in this City is at hloffiec. Fifty cents per do. des not look It, and is as jolly as he the 811k in this to make the price
Mesdames J. J. Barr aud. D. Wate is active. He has traveled a great t seftiof,
s and Miss Matthews of Micanopy Fancy Egg. For Pasting-White and deal, and declares that Gainesville is
spent yesterday in this city as gaests Barred Plymouth Rock qndWiandotte the best plane and Gainesvillb people $I.50 per yard
Mirs. C. C. Pedrick. for sale; pare breed. W. D. Fapy.* the best people, as a whole, he has
Mrs. Chis. LAyvrot St. Augustine, W. Prater of Holder, one of the ever met. 14e expects to return early O
ter a pleasant visit to her parents, progressive business men of that in the fall, and will remain here for Ir. and Mrs. J. T. Woods, returned town, was among the visitors to this several months. He will leave for his C Ou, th
to her home yesterday. city huinday. home tomorrow. e f0 see us Our store is not the
G. F. P. Howard and mother of J. R. Williams of Alachua, one of biggest but it is tbg bet in this section.
Joiwaville were in the city yesterday. the leadbgg business men of that town ROGERS FAMILY LEAVES. Xr. Howard called at The Sun office who has been detained here on the
and renewed his subscription. Jury for the week, has returned to Mr. Rogers Will Go to Georgia, Whe
11rs. W. L. Floyd has returned from his home. He Hopes to Regain Health.
Jacksonville, where she has a to S. F. Waits of Grove Park, member Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Rogers and attendance upon the meeting of the of the frm 4pt Phifer & Waits, naval children left Saturday morning for ._ _..... .,.
Mis .ionary Society of the Methodist stores operators and manufacturers of Tallahassue, where Mrs. Rogers and CLurch. lumber, was transacting business in the children will remain with rel* FORMER AG TI SITROSNAR
County Judge Mason has issued this city Thursday. atives. Mr. Rogers expects to prowithin tne past two days martage Remember A. M. Dickson, the coed to Georgia, where he will remain licenses to James G. Knight and IAssle broker, when fu the market for gro. for some time as a guest of relatives. PLEADS TO A LATIN CLAU
Grinies, J. F. May and Susie J. Foster, series. kay,grain and feed-stuff. Sate Mr. Rogers, 10 is pastor of the all white. money and time. Write or 'phose me First Baptist Church to this city 1N
Both long-distance 'phones, a very popular man, not only among It Xeans "Fomer ittl 08
MNrs. Gilmore and Mrs. J. C. Russell led by his faithful wife, Friday
and children of Jacksoeville are in For Sale--Furnished hotel, conven. his congregation, but with the general same 0hre." tug, and pleaded to the charge"
tb dty. guests of Mrs. R. A. Becke#. lently situated, having a nice trade. public, has tad a succession of mlsj fole acquit." which means In Mag
Both ladies formerly resided here, and Has always been popular with trav. fotunes, princlpaamong which has that ho has been acquitted befor#,
the'r friends are delighted to greet cllag men. Present owner wishes to been his rapidly filling health 1% the CAME TO COURT ON COT the charge. thrr again. retire from the, business. For further past year. Hi congregation demon- It is doubtful whether the eas
J 1'. Naniing of Clark, agent for information address The Sun. strated the highest regard by voting Defendant Was Here Promptly to An- the defendant will come up at this
tlh Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Miss Leonora Vidal has returned to give him a six-months' leave of ab- wer Charge, But Mae been III Ever sion of the court or not, as he i4 Ex; ress Company, and a progressive frkrh Charlotte, N. C., where she has sence, with the hope that a change Since Arrival-Negro Found Guilty at all well. mir hant of that plade, has returned been in attendance at the Presbyter- of climate and the rest r of Dispesing of Mortgaged Prot Hon. Frank Clark and Attorne
to1.- hoe, after a combined business Ian College for the past term. Miss A. Thruaber are repreantin he
AM! i;'asure trip here. Vidal was among those who assisted in health. The most importat day of the AnTant.
'I L. Dalnd childrenofthe musical program, rendering piano Mr. Rogers has relatives near Circuit Court of the Spring term was The only other business of
whDyal and children or and organ music. Friends are do. Tallahassee, where she will remain t of
Fv:'i;da, fwh dahase guest ftelnhe og' her for hn ra mp rerdsvaceboe- with the children, while her husband that of Friday. court was theo case of the State
'ta rw H. P. n, wh lighted to greet her for her vacalun. wh rre I- er hu It was by no means a lengthy ses. Chase. aulding. disposing of
f r siter Mr. H P.Holtei, W 8.Mc~lly on ofthevaled Frieads hope that Mr. Rogers will sLou, but a sesion where em ofth gaged property. Defeat was
teday anor Respton, where employso th cosruto wolrrcktr eisa* oofrml citisees ofr i n al regular order by Jr, and atv
J* triffn this city, was married Friday to Missma wel ndpohow Curadund stbfe
trraved. Monday, from Paradise, Delia Jolly, a charming ydhag lady throughout the State for assy years, uantIl 2 o'olook Monday afterag,.
0 htavhrewht ksaof Orange Heights, at that place. H eor to Gaineevilie. was arraigned upon a obt~ge of em- TEPHSHT O~
for.ih-ayorsped; w ge cslon Row P.3 y'f t arc A great hoo ,has boeen bestowed beusaleat, the plalisit trjhthe
la' fortop P~d~ CVU5 5 510 Catholic church officiated. The conn gool condition. Iast seen a rcigpatenr well known In upon two eitisens of GaastlAttlatic Coast LnbngteState -nleehw pWlae
I'iIiRochellem rod.Rear fora~g rieae which ana an Linenor toAnaytheS atty, tol ae
iZriia~i oh dwedOan~-this city and county, and friends ohexlcto of Pe.O lorida. Owners Are Jubilant.
tF D. No. 8. .congatuationis. Craighill, rect of HoyTily The story of theC 8trobber statr is J. 1. Nolder of Maths was
a trin f te Atante CastFras&wnay' kil? Sn 'choeb, ad o7H.oW Trampty so well known to all the people, by those who spent Saturday ini
arc' famiial kuw ste Wanted-Broad baker. K. P. Cooki, prominent churchman and members of virtue of the publicity Sivea it so ill.
~' ".. a Itrvdye ao ys h Newberry, Fla. I Holy Trinity church, as psota- time ag%~ that it is uasaar to re it will be resmberet that
n. t argevalmtra atc Blak leases for sale at this office. tives to the three-handredth ani *r view the matter. Howere, it might was a discovery ofet ps
SItr buted which made the Price $2 per hundred. sary of the Episcopal Church Inoiler wl$*saetbtth eeds.telnd fM.Wle n
who was for years ast of the At~ near Newanaville a few egg a
haly. The Utrat departed Mules for male or rent. Apply at ea, which will convene la Richmond, latic Coast line~ at this place, r- which created quite aamsssp
"o vf Ia Hi1gh 8priagefor polate mce to Gee. W. Scofield, Gainesrtlle. VS. signed his positions, at was after. sample as brought to this any~
0 '\.'st Coast division. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White have Th people of Galaesv~le cograt* wards arresed upon 4 saarg of be- anal sad, and ailwet a per
and *iitj isas. I. Graham have gone to Terre Alta, W. Va., where lade thalpiitlpumentedo at I their ins short ia his sceomats. of 47.90%,.
ra. a handeeme. ne Ca~ Oney will spend the summer. feompinedtthr Mr. Strobhar was artmsted Ia Moo- By the dievegy at ithe phes
aW 0 0010. which Ib one of Me pre$, W. A. Sparks ad two toter..tt_______________treal, Canada. where he had sons the lands isIB 414 o have
t' 'd best yet ses la this see little daghters. Misses Mades and -- -~~~~~just after lea ving Osleartileon a vib siderably isBA~ Agg nl prite, m
t g arase ha been proed~ to Estle. were Ia the city from Montanebs It to r'elathee. He Wae brought back In one latange fegm $1S.55 to V t Po Grahas home, which will yesterday ad made The Sea an agree-1 to Atlata, w A**re hts was tried and per ase
Mbe atenL t Mlrns coaggtalate able call. acqallted. The peggle of Agaggap aggi g
or nes as0tc this pi....man. 'Phos A. M.De n broker,~ Mr. Strobhar after Ma acquittal in aasvlle ml e~g sg
''Irene MeCrar arrived Gaavil.and get prc* ult Atlanta returned to O ssvilk Sears poets, as it la Slitered owsers &
From Tambassee, wher & sad gaink delivery. 'ood.e oldi frs lag tha he so wate I lr. the prn@@t? ~wA eedest
iorth setfwi Jasonsvile aed use West Oan st wsti thtb e reprtd ke Ghferdtaell iter W lt, the tlno opiter
ot**. Sweater st Mrs R. j- delivery prineso il poe. the E ** h*iI *ier waW o i.R ro ,w44te. pia wM4b
rt l*Me~reary recastly. Por stmah trab M ths rete d wu i to ble 8* e ewh r l mes t at re
4' f roms a Eelh a v 4t sad oathetirn try Chamberlain's wast arrsd wa s- e to thba*ud. *Mleri~ $rta
end. Miss Mwt a 8tomae6 sad U~ver Tablets. Mn at n a resdse od
'id. Ark.. jolate he meaher teemarkable care have bees elected;Ivn ansu r tehrD eLv
0 f D. C. 0***Me 6 Jeab. by aem. Price z5 cents. Sample #- ** ---- w tO P5O5AM) *u.' ea betrf Tes weeder why be

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