The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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hor r sp e m m t te b o W h M aOi ephurs; (b) JL ut e ,"x Tos. P. m o
derespead o te o aa t s er hl in t c w te nea det
c i bl ia th es by Raerontaltat O f tsus
as seI deaBhY ep @Te favor e t ep f o ed uonti aine ville ad a nV ig Scho lo ld ma (a) raaMedS of Spth MC:
h icht th l iac o4f" Pr with -E oer dle KRley. MTe HE h
[ASSED B SENATEI was ruspp th ,jtw a n t GRlAM' 01Vb~I r Lena Hunter; (b) "Joat o Arc"m b
o_ ts VOcW solo-Ro bel PdricL
Gaod Ro o ail, fo ik heIbill and saato BCaDIN Tmr big ll n re sntaec r Essay-"Anclent andmarki," Maud i0ll of eli' f Timber i
w edl in fm. was tod. at 9. On. of adri Ped at sl L awis h clarla ds Involved,
p lending antlop of otr amend.. Presentatilon of dploma-las J.' t
Mesa from the Honuse of Rep- .T.. N Presentation of medals-Ho. W. aWMIeNT MIN IN SCANDAL
l wa IVe u recntativ were read. an House Numberhos Wer Well s fl. W Hampton. t

arue fa upisasso nOntio fr Prlao o o Thoed byason of the classes byte-ISM Tawl.ldvlv n4oiia mne h ae
o!verW Charter ml t e bill u s 'tel tOre er woecanttees, hSh. t -Good Night," Glee Club. arnd Jhg .la 14sf a Dozen States
-. bll rffo toP" comittes Shwlng Careful Training, 4iad the sogs
jit ir. Farris WJ|I In- S L&*Ile"TmD.
stl.. utheSte w n and ee s ell ed by the HouseCe Judges Awarded PrIzeso Ma i e Sfe Them e
Auther-Othr Happenings ordered il~ld. Large Auddene. Was Dlighted The judges in the oratoric al contest tls of 4a n Conspiracy te
4*gth Heouses of Legislature. Report' pt special committee to With Oratlon, says an4 Music. were Reva,. T. J. Nixon and Thos. P.

1 all 'the courage of leaders visit Iniw asylum was received, r' One of the most delightful qtertama. Hay, and Prof. J. C. Adkins. It W aS Work Ut.

a~atig he reartioroea s i u;pad u nd er souspinal thspraftepormwsoitd rga.Tees wstue n aralroad man known fromth Ata t, Se ato fcle dered r ead Upmo the journal, and ments ever held in this city;was the Indeed a difficult matter to determine ~lal 8 e-A dtsptc to
Osatinue to battle int 500 cop rero ted commencement exercises of the the best, but after onsltation the the Tributeso t Waslngto, Dr, C.,

a disposed of in alfew minutes* givencheeitw s pOrmful MisMad ewsotNrhGans
assured defeat, the oppo. The si" otf Pjoure od until oamieville Graded and Highl school, gold medals were awarded to the lays: r
to the new drainage bill In the 9:30 a. SA aY which occurred at the auditorium on following: AiasIt lmatloas of a conspl.
Friday fought the last Inch of Friday evening, and 'at which there Oratory-Tom R. McBeath ey def d United Staes '
r e tbut all to no avail, for when HOUS PROCIe DIN. was a large and representative e crowd, Essay-Mis Winnefred Pedrick. mlcl nen of iift worth ef noalbwas called on the final pass- Called to order at # a. m., Mr. patrons and friends of the school. Scholarhp-Freshman clas, Miss sa lumber lands will be 1,&Itor.
f the bill the drainage foes Knowles in the chaTr. Roll call 7 The exercises were opened by an Annie Treadwell; Sophomo'e class, ttl gad JurIe of half a dozer .-.eec
a a score of 20 to 12. The deo- present. Prayer by chaplain. Co- invocation by Revy. T. J. Nixon of Misses Ethe Durst and Nannie Smith. *ithia a few days.
S'oppostion wa very much reaction of journal. the Methodist church, which was fol- J. J. Finley Chapter, U. D. C., Medal T i l frauds, U is alleged, b "
nature of a surprise, as shown On motion of Mr. Paarkinson of Vo. Jowed by a song of the classes, by the -Frank Trodwell. volvo in a limisal manner te fnaes
hvuy manner in which the bill lusla the rule, were waived and the high school. Miss FIoy Cecil, who had compiled at men higb in bueinqas and Ittcai
ealld up. The Senate wos con- Senate messages were read. -Hon. Frank Clark had been invited an excellent essay on Frances Willard, le irels '1they include otne vit lte
he uphries bill perfect Senat e bill No. 438, by Mr. Sams of to deliver the address, but on account was too the same, but the 8tate senator, one formr Uned

meet] ofoe gavhre ntc hilre- prlN.48,b r eer their ariossbetsi anrsi:aye, atwstr ~s
as Tffers-inhch-rg ofvrious ciy rtdetenthnttesileuesoiignelsasqate, noinnm
the existing statutes relative to the Twenty-eighth-For relief of J. of urgent business in Lake Butler, principal, in excusig her, stated that ttes senator, t Mian replutl t be
a of the local option laws and W. Perkins, county solicitor of Volu- where he was summon d by telegram, it was one of the best essays on the bue of the weat let men in wr:d; altJno the preparation of an sia county; passed under suspension this part of the program was omitted. program. The essay was not used on a railroad man known from te Atat, Senator Crt.calld up of rules, on motion of Mr. Parkinson. This was one of the most success- account of Miss Cecil's illness. lantic to the PAfic; twK F t he
tha oppong t T t ter probm Mnmh Lmwo o rrfthahr i wealthiret ldmVber barons In thtD Rut-e d
stat in a t o o Governor'sl Veto Messages. ful commencement program ever Miss Lewis Graduates.
disposed of in a few minutes. lt x Missctet Am er s o t
lubphles yielded, but the On motion of Mr. Melton of Duval given here. It was a pr m full Maude Lewis of North Gatines tes nd n eroal Ra .,
a bempre longer and longer, the veto messages of the Governor of merit, and every individual should i hle enjoys the distinction of beeg operators ancludmng railrat t he f',et
eamet w lngt n lori were read. The first was the Farris ave credit, but space prevents. Among the first graduate of the Gainedville o n aoees. % s
as taken for On- b e ne cha those outside of prize winners special Senior High School, and Dr. J. L. o m n.
I.road that wol cost b70 0 bill amending the charter of the city Thqe men. ou ue. ,
after ta es is beont i of Jacksonvle. The reasons assigned mention, however, must be made of Kelley, county superintendent of pub-. veu enens, caTp t nbe imae ;t
the earth when the vote was for the veto are that the citizens the work of Earle Kelley, Sam Mixon, lic instruction, took occasion to pay e grand 4 ry acts, it k dena t or a ntre of Jacksonville already have the right lss Lucia Patton, Earle Taylor and her a nice compliment, which was C i surely bo Indicted hy e
Se mator lars voted o bthe to amend their own charter by popu- Jasper Malphurs, all of whom ap- well deserved. In presoling the di- esas which I b now in toe Ila
SaLd Immediately fter an- tion enme r o peared in excellent condition, and who ploma Dr. Kelley, In his usal clever o the Ulnitid jts strict attor-f
t of vote gave notice he ar election; te unlimited Jowers o aso S x oe hra fo iter hooace.
htetrday move reosderaton. the board to fx to heir own salaries present their various subjects In manner, said: ha In htlf t western sa.e.
la suab mo rtas officers In charge of various city a most Impressive manner. "For years you have b i a faithful Thes fra S declared, in a
R 4lsp ad Muge Tax. departmih ments, without bonds or time The Program. student In the Gainesville ior High olfictal Quarter d into a nut-an l r g School. You have conducted yourself beT of states, Including CalJf'n!,
w passage of the railroad mileage limit. The unlimited powers of the The following is the program of ex- during this time, that you have won Colorado, Wasmhington, Ore n. IdaIto a, of course, ex fcted, and board he considers unprecedented and ercises carried out: the confidence and esteem of your o. M ear Minnesota s d te tW*
ition required but a few fundamentally wrong In principle. Invocation-Rev. T. J. Nixon. instructors, your school-mates and Dakotas.
Sen, ators Buckman and HaT- The veto of Mr. Faulkner's bill, fix- isrcos orsho-ae n ~~~
Snatoe o A nan and aong of the classes-High School. the admiration of the city and county TRAIN TAKE8 FIRE.
a 0e opposing it. The latter from ing the termi s of court of the Third Violin duet-Ruby DeLand, Tom officials.
-catr in explanation of his vote Judicial circuit, was read, the rea on R. McBleath. "You have Just cause to feel elated Excitement Among Passengers on the
Sa substance that he voted being that the veto was requested Orations by Representatives of at your success. Permit me to inform New' York Central Railrd.
nt the bill because t Henr M. b3 the introduced of the bill and two Freshman Class--(a) "Edision." Earle you that we rejoice with you. For New York, W ay 25.-d'1e! f 3 was now building In Florida Senators int4ested, After disussion Kelley; (b) "La Fayette," Joy Will, four years your eyes have been fixed Buffalo and Cleveland special e: m
liHroad that would coot $27,000,000 by Mr. Nt.gi4ter, Mr. Bradshaw and cams. on a goal and now you have reached New York C tral bon
the 18 miles of i construction Mr. nFanulkner the veto was stained Essa)sm by Representauves of it, and your efforts are tonight crown- caugth re Thursday night te
nfrom whi ch neither Henry M. unanimousl. Freshman Class-(a) "Mary Washing ed with victory. Park avenue viaduct. i
nor his children, nor gind- State Prhibition Killed. ton," Winnfred Pedrick. "You certainly occupy an enviable Among the paseners te
an nor great grandchildren could House Joint resolution No. 1s, by Piano duet-Edith Bagley, nis position this evening. You are the Chloeo National League b
receive dollar's worth of bene- Mr. Crawford of Orange-State pro- Thomas. first graduate of this school and your tr t antd a great number of ,mi this additional tax on this hblton amendment. Mr Craword Oration by Representative of name st stand first-at the top of mean. A woman looking o u t

t ednctxepinthlouhh Hue esud onierti igtSulo.ofthsscoo iloeoaf ndoulrdrstthe te asadnt pro
fromat least, was unfair. o dvted full discuslon on the ques- Sophomore Class-a) b'Stoewll this list of the aurni, which is wls t erpaigee the a a
Revenue pil. oio Mr. Williamo .rr Jackso n saId Jackon Sam Min (b) 'Robert "C. quite a distinction and honor The impot h ro ae et h aty ered
revenue bill now being Hon he had the moral 5ire to declare Lee. Earle Talor. urrlcutuho d of the Galnesvile High the maal maa. She *eteptnor to
is a big measure re than his support of everything fo pGod. Esays by Representatives of School is fully- as high as some of the fire headqua and an en+ aie and
respect, though the change h in home and native lad." He spoke for Sophomore Cias-(a) "ayh ha." Lu- college the faculty are equally as truck Net the train at Oee eId rstiec t imng law p are not a ueat. The a few mlnutio e very forcefully in fa- cia Pattoni (bM "VictoriaP" Ethel competent as college professors, and and Twenty*4tl street station, twas p 3epa3ed bY a master hand, qor of the amendment a Democrat- 'DW'st. r I am sure their work is as thorough. The fire was smothered with .'
tot Crabll. the charm l of the Ic measure asd a moral t e. Mr. rong-"The Purple and the White," am therefore full persuaded before t could sre to the bnff:
-m pttee on finance and taxation, richbourg moved the pretivus ques d Mle o Club. that yhour graduation is as hctworable. car.
_- Is alo bel wived to full l over ton n'hich WAS orllered. The vote Oratos by Representatives of Jun- and will be as beneficial as it would The passSngers wre om'nd CIta I in Florida assess met laws as was, yea l, eys 10. Las than the or Clast-hi) "Washingtono b Jasper hav e been had you receded a diploma cited and most o them left att e Cf" lsted by a recent decision in the constitutional three- onalhs vote, and mos.ofth. di.u..o b.. l from a college. If we were to lay until the fire wao p t ut.
|Ited States court, the ouse refused to a s the bil more separnte a d distinct businesses a breathe of flowers on your forehead The traha mae delayed only a
the ous House bill No. 54, by the comlit- was called u by r. Melton. Mr. the)' would wilt and perish, In your time. ,
S tSENATE PROCEEDINGS, tee' on finance and taxation the gen- Farris moved to place on final pass- mental ac'coepliahment s you have Shah's PatoeF Strt Revolt.
senate '. calfd to order Mon era o approprilatio d bill, was r -td in age, which lal agreed to. aad the honors more durable. Thell consU- y gk dlS1tc. h
Sin., Prsideent warris In the full and discussed bill paser. tut an embellishment far more re s Teteraetrer Persi, say that SI
__3nd a quorum i'rs'. Afternoon Sessioa t Hrouse bill No. 4 a0, by Mr. Harsell aplendent than could be givena by Dowiet, father Of the pa wh3
one mIes bll "at ithtruduced Afternoon st'$stiOn wa caled t of Santa Rosa-ReQuiring certai n Of- flowers, diamonds, or any outward dee- gently stated a revolt In Lur t
egular rdr egge tt' bill No. order by the s.aker at 3 p. n Roll gicers to iake the et to State oration Orevnee, with 1* flowers ".
'b r. lrAglto al u a n t. auditor; passed. e g am cog g ggt that the goo name advance* to N He a e
+t slen act e amptlithe outh The House ret.mad bonsideration Night beselen. of this school will be safe in your ya* tthecltyotHamadanto pvc.n and Trust t'opany of of the appropriation bill. After half The niht session was called t hand and that no act e *r* will *VId ia with sagp es. Anxiety p*'
=" ,from the lnteri'st l.; on hour additional dia-ussloc the "new ordsrq at I'. fll b3 S/ me .the soil its white, or tarnih ts] t13 urple. eails at the pIa] ce hI 'Nthera:a s:J 2. e for the purport, of otld- bill was 'dered engose. Roll called. quorum l~~n "Comin'meno~ t day Is an import. troops hare bee hastily inz heCt
3 and others ise bnj'ro' log House bill No. 506.~ by Mr. Dupont Considersuti of the good roads anit epoch in your life-marriage may lad seSt to the frost.
'[1.on the monthly t'j. :I'z n of 8t. John.. was them takes up. This bills. pr'ei'ared by the joint onimittee be another-death surely will be
+, ot ese Presidency,
W;. V mbit ald~ bill ipro'ide~t that at the nex geera on public road.e and highways, and May the former, should it occur, be New Yorks. May 35.-The Tr.
umprlNcal~d l, t'etlom Jhe people shall v~ on the Represetati't'a Mac Wiliams iPark- a realluatlon of all that you justly 1 ~ sai it hasll earned fr, '~
HO 3, on talie. sutfret to qttestion Of moving the StaiPcapitol tnson. Farris. Smith and McKenzie. des.r'e and desire. May God's ch0oce lzthrldve Ilee that te St N.~ bill to be cm it'dhq an as' to some point east of the Suwannes rvaqpectiveidy. wtert all indefinlte.!} post. bleesiags be received beor an I'I~st tha thre prldacy '-f 'e
-a penalty for ta]llin lntoxt- river, ad in ease of an affrutve poned on motion of Mr. Calktna of tel' the iatts! KotesP
-- re wine beer, alt 'ole. the next Legilature to designate Nassau. There sag 'ery lttle debate XSNow in teinm,)ky of the ,ozat- tO Otvm m l:m
in counties or pre o..oe. suit~tbe poit and submit the to the merit, of the bills tesmn-lvea, bic of the t~aches lad e et I e e o the PIP'
-__ sucmh, and to pwo- que,tion as a costtutomal amfed- most of the dtsu~skm being on It afor m muchpel w edaseles !h al~ y t~ut f '*s
calling liquor with ment for final rst*Scatioc, amemdnments, to han y this 4lJpbal. -~i. ". -+...
-- th Iomis reuie House bill NO. 4 by M1v, Mlone Tire vote on the Smi11th biil 'asU |g "1 1 l 7W 1 11 O1
for th e l of mroe'--R.,'itia to det lana to 15. and still more mabvorable Oli yea' S mi 1141 isII -I NI 3 A

amd lpnl i a for S el~at. bill No. UiT, b Mr, Us s Igtlltlm St this sml. t hel s. ill

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J. Slonten of Uanopy "s*Qeivas S
~~i,11UUL~~~brn ALFineRER .~~7' Cattle.I WU
I TCOO Atl Indty C this county
is becoming one of the chiet ind0sy Eveng, and Th t ries, and the more highly educated ...When the blood is pure and healthy thl sk1 "be soft, s:ot
At trended. ,. are learning every day that reglstere4 free from eruptions, but when the blood becat afected with some
sW I*y b highlas esttle are the best healthy humor the tect ishw b. by as.t erhpeh boils and pimple
T_ ~t 410 The St. Augustine Record of the 15th or other disfiguring and auy g ias Tn s provided wit
M WAS A GOOD ONg )a1tSf91;" V f t a sL contains the following notice, countless hores and lands hich act ss a draiiat to rid toe b
LO which Will beof interest to t e i- of impurities through th iramo is U Passing througli
tereh ed tters On tho these little tubes There ae o lr d that pour out on the skin an o-ly
4"usical and Literary#lature, tBn* ad. in. bre I ah
Curie Ot b Ppis f W aJ3~I ~ ". Mu~e s hipin td3substance to keep it soft and 07abe eoe itk
Carried Out by Pupils ,f n a id th- UeS to, g thao thou ae t t
Advnced .r.d. In" e$peft oonvie s, *bers you ff03 the Pace do Leoa dalry, twenty. burning and irritating the skin and droyng up The natural oils so t Vt1
acerlet may i write lttet eed y head. of Jersey regitesd year haye not only Acne, Eczema, alt Rikns, at. but such dry ,
Teachers Complimented. to Mr, J. B. Simonton of Mica.s affections as Tetter, Psoriasis, and kiadred trouble. The treatme sk
,e- Outh or t*w ove will be a dto serve nopy, la. The sire of those yearlings troubles with salves, washes, lotions, etc. Is axdt alsog the right Ie
clsn .xerolsft ofL.O thhpghri
losing the dain dert, and is St lambert Pros t, a very such treatment relieves someof the itchi sa ditemfort and aiP. ie v'
Senior High School were ce rea sade from Jziu,.O IOE CREAMo pe kin clear but t does not reach e cas the troul ,
in the opera house at that Puwder, free, and explrdn bow easily they beautiful fellow, who is, by his breed- ug the skin clear, but it does not reach Teo a use o the troui
Tuesday night before a ~ O eprep" ar t;o table. Ing, recognized to be of the very arthese humors in affetions. S.S., a nd it can therefore kave no real curati,,., 1
e and attentive audience. The Ge Pate Food Co., L8* fy, II. Y. best dairy type. His winn as a the bestkin affections. S. S. S.treatmen, a gentle acting and perfectthe blood ap: :, exerlse wee Wo bytheyearingare" folow: Frst ria inthe best and quickest treatment. It goes down ito the blood anul
exercises were given by the ....yearling ar as follows: First pri in the humors, fiery acids and poisons from e the circulation, cools the at.
il. of the advanced grades, the THE NS PROM ARCHER. Ohio, Indiana. West Virginia and Mis- ed blood, and by sending a fresh stream o0 nourishing blood to th: kia
imary sgradeo having presented I souri State fairs, also first prize at permanently curesskit diseases of every character. S...isu fely
eir program in the public school Fireman Moody Jumped from His the Livestock Show of America In of health producing roots, herbs and barks, and is an absolutely b .y
r building. Following Is the program Engine and Was Hurt-Other Notes. New York City. We congratalateMr. for young or old S. S. S. cures Eczema, Acne, Salt Rheum, Tv ,'
of the advanced department: Archer, May 23.-Mis Elsie Smith Simonton upon coming Into poes- riasis, and all other disagreeable and unsightly eruptions of the skI al
Ovtire-By orchestra. and her aunt, Mrs. Tonalson of Inda slon of animals of such outstanding bobk on Skin Diseases and an medical advice desiredurnis TL ad
_:|erit arnd canhnota but prohec great Mrs, Twrite. 2M, Sni.W=I SP]W.InC CO-l ATLANTA, GA.
Dialogue-"Courtship Under Diffi- napolls, Ind., who has been spending merit, and cannot but prophecy great wh, wte.
41 goreuing mertrndfan ot b to rohey garay ______________________________Afts. by Robert Schenck, -Lonnie the winte here with the Smiths, left good resu ting therefrom to the dairy
and Minnie DeSha. for hotel yesterday. Miss Elsie will interests of the South."
UuIo-By Mary Struth. accompany her as far as St. Augustine MORTON WANTS $0.
-",lhay-"Motherin-Law," by Pearl Mrs. Tonalson will stop on her way MORTON WANTS $10,000.
e, Belle Geiger, Annie DeSha, Van- home at Atlanta, to make a short
1Stat, James Oranger and Robert visit to her nelee, Mrs. Winecoff. Has Entered Suit Against John F. [Z3-.ooxZPoZVtdl.
.i Dr. Scott of Stebensvlle, Ohio, I Jackson in Levy County Court. E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
By orchestra. visiting his cousin, Mrs. C. D. Wood. The Levy Times-Democrat has the b of Title and fll iforaion fralhe 4g
--Scene in a Photograph following to say which will prove or eountsy, Our manager has lived infa this somtalrt ln andi
by Walter Lang, Esther W.L. Belcher has i appointed Interest to Sun readers: / I thoroughly eonversant with l taai tleli, d
and Bessie Geiger. agent at'this point for both railroads, "A sensational case growing out
** s l n to suce W. T GilL Mr. Belcher of the late special election Is the suit V OL E
:'I[ Io-,By orchestra, and family are keeping house near for $10,000 for slander or defamation
4 jbjue. l-"A W ise Selection," by te depot.
,go Winter, Efftle, Dowling, Van- of character brought by Gus. A. Mdr- IVIR, AOCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY I SURANCE. ea,
Staff, Ernie Jones and James Mr. Morris of Gainesville has taken ton, one of the defeated candidates seating a number of prominent American and English comp enw .
Sr. charge of the White House. Mr. Van for State Senator, against John F. REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANL.
i 10-Mary 8tth. Allen having taken charge of- The Jackson, one of our prominent citi.- G h'$."ruLt e 1 9 10 ida,
lay-"Our Awful Aunt," by Mae Oak Hotel In Gainesville. Mr. Morris zens. --B Stell DeSha, Iou Sessions. expects to keep up the reputation "Pinnell & Son are attorneys for the
*Atwater, CrlcketPrewitt, Lindon Made by Mr. and Mrs. Van Allen plaintiff, and the case promises to at-We Keep a Fall tk of
kman, Waldo Hicks and Lonnie while they had the house in charge. tract wide attention on account of theWe Keep a Full Stok of
Mr. Sanders, roadmaster for the S. prominence of the parties." OLD JOE,
.. te-Esther truth. A. 4. Railroad, has a new motor car
1OO IcSslTaper Drill-By ten girls. for use on the division. A. T. 0. FRATERNITY. OLD VEL VET.
i"e teacher, Professor 7. E. Bell, Dr. DePass has purchased a new
Alice Strickland. M's. W. E. Cadillac auto and makes good time Gave a Banquet at Brown House to FOUR ACES
and Miss Claudia Ambrose, were visiting patlents--makes the trip to Themselves and Friends Thursday. *'.
mended for the efficiency of the Dutton and return in two hours. He The A. T. O. Fraternity of the Uni. MARK ROGERS,
0L, which is classed on an equality has dispensed with his chauffeur, and verslty of Florida tenlder(ed a banquet
any senior high school in Florida. is running the machine himself with at the Isrown House Thursday even- OLD CHARTER,
'sccess. Ing, at which a fine dinner was served
SOV INJURED BY HORSE. Chas. Moody. fireman on the "Early by Joseph Ettel. MT. VERNON.
Bird" passenger train, was painfully The toastmaster upon this occa- S
8A Endeavoring to Lead the Animal by injured yesterday morning coming up. sion was Frank Clark. Jr., and it is CASCADE
1Mane Was Bitten Under Arm. Something on the track attracted his unnecessary to state that he filled AND OTHER
Vette, the eight-year-old son of G. attention and fearing the engine was the assignment with due credit to
Harrison of Antioch. was the vi,. In danger of leaving the track, lhe the fraternity. IIIGGRA )
o of a peculiar acidnt ia few days Jumped off, dislocating his hip and in- About forty plates were'served, and
which necesitated willing a during himself otherwise. Dr. DePa.s Mr. Ettel personally superintended the HISKIES.
1lan, and from the effects of fixed him up and sent him to his. menu. which was one of the best ever W /,
bonip a CedarKey, iet in the hiroAn [louse. q
.Which the little fellow hag suffered a om at Cedar Key. et in the Brown House. Hedquarte for
'Mr. Harrison ouns a thine stallion, THE CIRCUIT COURT. uaranted by J. W. McCollum. n euser- usch Beer
b ~'leh was in the pasture. Tlhe lad I, the head aches, If the back and
approached the inimail and gralbbedpl After Four Days' Session Adjourned to side are painful, If there is distress Bottle and Draught.
RIM ane, when the stallion infictlt(ld Meet Again June 10. anl nausea after eating, if you are Write for price liest. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. We want ywrI
d*deep gash with its teeth undt.r his After ai sesalon of four days, the sleepless, nervous and out of sorts, trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.
Arm. third woeek of the spring tern of get a 50c box of Miona from J. w. Orders filled day received.
A phyaiclan was summn awt thle Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial I'r. McCollum with the absolute certalpty
Eres.dr the wound. and at Jat ,. cult, in and for Alachua county. ills that the remedy will cost you nothing 40tunts the little fellow was resting Honor Judge Wills preulding, ad- unless it gives you freedom from all F
a- eaily as could be exieted under journed Thursday afternoon until ills and pains and restores you to OCALA, FLORIDA.
the clrcumstances. Monday, June 10. health.
The onily business transacted be- Use Miena stomach tablets, and
Sore Nipples. fore the court Thursday was the find- your il health will soon be gone and MICANOPY NOTES. 289 12 3388 0.51 L)B
Any mother who has had experience ing of the Jury in the civil case of you will forget that you have ever ,Iicaiopy, May 23.-J. N. Craig will"
w14 this distressing ailment will be J. L. Hague vs. the Atlantic Coast had indigestion or its resulting ill. leave today for Tarpon Springs. where DR. ROBT. C. BOWER, Spread to know that a cure may be 'ine Railr'oi Company, trespass, de- he has accepted a position in the rail- e@eoted by applying Chamberlain's struction of Mildint of the plaintiff Chamberlain's Colic. holera and road office. Mr. Craig is a very good DENTIST
Salve as soon as the child la done by the defendant by fire. the verdict Diarrhoa Remedy. business man, well thought of He during. Wipe it off with a soft cloth being in f.u'or of the plaintiff in the There Is probably no medicine that has been here about twelve years. 08* inMiller Law Exchange before allowing the babe to nurse, sum of $2.11.10. The plaintiff was is relied upon with more mplicit con* We regret very much to see him go Many trained nurses use this salve represented by Attorney J. A. Carlisle. fidence than Chamberlain's Golic. Robert Prince of Orange Lake will fill Oee Phone No. M; Residence No with best results. For ele by all while Cartr & Layton and Attorney Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Dur. the office here. Mr. Prince comes well ralggists. R. A. Iit:rford appeared for the do- lug the third of a century in which recommended.
.-- ,, fense. It has been in use, people have learn .. G. Peace died on May 20th at
At the cot'lusion of this verdict the ed that it is the one remedy that High Point, N. C.. and will be burled Jury was di.charged for the remaind- aever fails. When reduced with here by the side of his wife, who ATTORNEY.AT.LAV
er of the tenrm ith the thanks of the water and sweetened it is pleasant to has been dead several years. Miss
court, take. For sale by all dratrists. has be Pead several Har d MisL
The aftenoein session was devoted P.ace of Whit. S el.ngH and Mrs Gl rs.
to the ltaritg o.f a number of motions. To Address Ocala Schogl. Puac of Whit Sarin to be Hilater which Judge Wilgs announced tr. Yocunm of the University of the burial of their father. It seems
the adjournment of court. Florida. left Thursday for (cala. that the death was vay iniden. ..Civil Engineer nd Surveyor,
where Thuraday evening he d- R.D. Ford Iwaisr an hous...C iiE a Survy
HAVE YOU CATARRH? livered the e-coonmencem(nt ad- to a coat of paint. DEALER IN REAL ElT
If you have catarrh, with offensive dress before the Ocala High School. We regret to learn that Dr. Z.M. Prompt attemtioo o breath, burning pats in throat. Dr. Yocum is not only ,ne of the Price's family will h1 ve for .akeland Oe firstde 'er/h of T
difficulty in breathing, raising of mu. moat eftent edujgtors in the State. Saturda' with their uncle ano a e* P. O. Bo M Gain r ,, DOLLARS DOUBLED ous, discharge from te nos, tickling but one of the nmot eloquent t and prac- famr.ily..!r and Mrs Kel.. n ..
9 easor or dropping from the b~ck of the tical spakrs and his s~o nle.-are 8. G Gay h b'-"i, on the sick list rVAHS SEErn nl
*m iet" *** elume Pemping throat. eoughlia spmss. etc., begin aisaut in demand for sve bral n., n he imkrovitng.
5-.' YI Owllld s the me of Kyomel at emue Mrs W. (~ r of Geiger eat
I s its mediatto m Is ta ia with the if You Dont the day in tow, one dar t wsp
SuccW]rt t utIrtlt ee.d m it Ume use Herbino .__.____.,._ shaIlg a
str ye breaths so tt voreches the Steedthe As iea ebn
meet usagte part ofl teetratory at yge wilU ge taant relief. The De Y Lops
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E T Wll Close Thirty-Third Year of Its
Existence This Morning.
BILLS 1 ,tom Friday's Dy Sun. A Healthy Liver Makes
After thirty-thre consecutive years
Sof succesasful operation, Miss Maggie A W ell M an
t Few AV .. Tebeau's sobo6l will close this mornin ul" l~ug, with apprOjlate. exercises and
p taW 0 0Vife the presentation of medals for the
LERTO B" I term, of which there are five. The
LER TO 11119 A to medals will be presented by Rev.
A**T* .I* Yok W0t to Your Francis IH. Craighill, rector of Holy
e Auditors' Salaries alr,and sve is quickly, tool Trinity Eglcopal church, at 9 o'clock
$2,500 a Yar-State Lfo Insirm So dAiske up your ind this this morning.
gill special Orde 'Or Mo1 e Vey Al Vj mliute that If your hair The enrollment for the present
Palm Beach County Bill Poetpone. ever cOmels out you will 41s term has been sixty-four. and the
term ]as been 1W every way a sue- APzRl IUNO and the MOST PM.
e thousand bills in round numbers Ayer's Hair Vitor. It makes es ab ne y not ryl your system
ve been introduced in the two the scalp healthy. Tile hair Miss Tebean, as usual, has been as- with Calntel, Arsenic or innL BERBI1NG is a gusranse of the Forlda Legllatursi nolo0 1 iempvu yaTRI I
sty iItcnntdoay.ol by bar faithful and efficient an14d_ im1 L l o un~ byIRI wihu O I ny-~ll
this session and the numb that I t Cn t do say- seutenant.d by her Althful and em cent re N without lave finally and definitely been dl.- t s ese It's natAeure's W iy. Thomas. g any of the deadly of many drugs used for that
of in Sena te, H ouse nd re- 5betsdofat.l-" Relief from Rheumatic Paine. o
'ed te approval of the Governor, 10 a"l
isred th &Ptills, Of 1114111 8, and
extremely small in prceptage. "I suffered with rheumatism for
g the basis of the total number MOSAA. over two years," says Mr. Rolland
uced for comparison nearly all e Curr, a patrolman, of Key West. A PROMI PHYSICIAU S
h have passed the order are pure, l "Sometimes it settled in my E ONT
clh have passe the order ane.. knees and lamed me so I could hardly D J.H a physian of Umatila
hard foht attle that belg Wed- walk, at other times it would be in Fla.,e w: I have Herbine in myrs
A h&J'd foght bile0 that 0ea In
ad ontiaued Thursday, and and mains, read third time In full and my feet and bands so I was incapa- i e an m well pIe the results. lways
ett is not yet finished, is that over passed 29 to 0. elated for duty. One night when I kkm am hban sO dhk It a rand medie
Knight (of Citrus) Iose bill, Senate bill No. 29, by Mr. Cri-Prp- was in severe pain and lame from It o and t Gmpl-ots.
easing salaries of cabinet officers. viding for a geological survey, creat- my wife went to the drug store here t aIbe hlue 50CS AveM AU to!
preliminary s irmish thelk m ~ g the ofee of State geologist and and came back with a bottle of Chm SnoW L nment o
er this bill Wednesdayh waI followed maintenance of survey, read third berlin's Pala Balm. I was rubbed
ursday morning, the oppopeats secor- time la In full and passed, 22 to 0. with it and found the pain had nearly St. V I
when the Beard ame~drpent po- Senate bill No. 274, by Mr. Jackson- gone during the night. I kept on i;ng that the increase shall not go Providing for examination and audit. using it for a little more than two to effect until January 1, 1909, ws lug payment of claims against the weeks and toutd that it drove the
pted by a close vote, and a mo State of FoIrlda for service rendered rheumatism away. I have not had AND AOOMMENDD UY
dto reconsider this vote s now during the Seminole Indian wars, and any trouble from that disease for over O
d greco. derfor the examination, auditing and pay- three months." For sale by all drug- ,"W M I. J OXESN S O N
One week more and he regular ss- smut of claims for forage, subsistence gists. ,i iII"
On we mr ad(h ard see.p" OU -unihe In
n of 1907 will come to its constitu- and tansportatlon furnished in said Chldren's Party.
a] end. -wars, read third time in full and Pleaant Chldren' Party Established 26 Years,
aed. ,passed, 18 to 10. Mrs. J. M. Graham, at her elegant
t .Senate adjourns. hone on West Main street N., enter- We handle the
SENATE PROCEEDINGS. tained the children Wednesday afterThe Senate was called to order at HOUSE PRO EDING. noon comilimentary to little Miss Kit- B St M achinery
:3 VWednesday morning, President tie Chamberlin of Tacoma, daughter of and number our eolom br e bi ht
rris in the chair and a quorum The House of Representatives was Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chamberlin, THOUAND Our ale Ib the
killed to order by Speaker Matthews. who' is here as Mrs. Graham's guest. amounted to Nearl Half MIio olar. e for #alo s In 190 ;
Senate resolution No. 63, by Mr. RollalJ. Quorum present. Prayer The hours were from 4:30 to 6 amounted to Nearly Hat a Million Dollars. Write for soigue-w a
enderson-To rescind resolution by chplaln. Correction of Journal. o'clock, and many little folks availed save you immediate. We ore eet can be supplied by uovll Address 'o which provided for employment Select Order. themselves of the kind invitation to Ay secretary of proofreader. Commit- House bill No. 268, by Mr. Dudley of be present. As a result the afternoon -Y' s 0 0L L
was appointed to investigate the Hillsboro-Making appropriation for was most delightfully spent In nursery 41 South Forsyth Street. . ATLANTA, OA.
tter. State midwinter fair, which was pend- games. -. .
Hou e bill No. 200, fixing the sal- ing on adjournment Tuesday morn. Delicious refreshments of fee cream. S
les of certain State officers, goes Ing. The bill went to the engrossing cake, raisins and candy were served, OSAR N. SANDERS. PERRY M. COL0N.
IOr ending a motion to reconsider committee, and late in the afternoon the children 1
Housebill No. 36, by Mr. Clarke of House bill No. 259. by Mr. Rich. were treated to an automobile riJde eferson-Providing penalty for pro- oourg ofWalton-Ap]ropriating $2,000 by the hostess, being returned to S
rirr money or other thing of value annually'for the West Florida fair their respective homes. DEALERS INcontract to perform service in the was then read a second time in full. Mh
tent to defraud and to present rules The bill went to the engrossing com. Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough G general f e dnce in such eases. Was read mittee. Remedy. FR.IU
"(,Jndtime pefectng melHARDWARE, STOVE, FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS. FURNIruBS. e ,eond time, perfecting amedd- House bill No. 429, by Mr. Williams People everywhere take pleasure in d hollted and bill ordered to of Madison-Appropriating $15,000 an- testifying to the good qualitUes of New Store, New Goode. Complet line of Ladie.s' Sprig Dress Good. Freh*: o(n engrossed bills. nually for Middle Florida fair went Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. Fancy Groceriet. Carload of Furiiort4 just being ouened-all as Low. a 1 ill No. 437-Jncorporating to engrossing committee without ob- toward Phillips, of Bclay, Md., et Possible Prices. lrgsIt Stock of (oo Ever Carried in
43-noprtigB' !~ Weisters Alsehua. +
Ow f Tyler, in Alachua county. Jection. writes: I wish to tell you that I can
a local bill, the rules were waiv-. Afternoon Session. recommend Chamberlain's Cough Colson Block * * Trenton, Alachul Cunty, FI
: read second time by title, The House was called to order by Remedy. My little girl, Catherine, -,,-----------
'. e, ill full, and passed 26 to 1. the speaker, a quorum present. who is two years old, has been taking ., M. GSasM, PrO.ideat H. E. TAYLOR, 0s 11e ,111
S increase State auditor's and Mr. Avant of Columbia called up this remedy whenever she has had W. na. Vile.PIiea Las Gau. Aet. (shle'
'at s alarles to $2.500 a year Senate bill No. 14, by Mr. Trammell- a col4 siace sbe was two months
U t. a(A by. a vote of 16 to 11. Requesting express companies to old About a month ago I contract I
..:."- .1""Cohough Reed oand" THLLE FIRST NATIONAL BAN
Afternoon Sesaion, transmit packages not exceedingl five a drleadful cold myself, but I took l
Tb.Sitersmd h eulro-punds in weight and $50 in value, ll~~l' 4yldWl
er tht e consideration egular or- for not more than 25 cents. Amend- soon as well as ever." This remedy OV
dr dh ideratnof bills o meant by Mr. McCutcheon, pedrttlag is fOr sale by all druggstts. I
Senaint refunding of overcharges on demand ..UNITED STATES fDEPOSITORY..Mr,, joit resolUon No. 220,.by as bar to prosecution for unlntentional .e. UNITED STATES ..
7. Wt of the First-Popouing error, lost. i -e ill then went to
men!Vitt to article 7 of the consti- third reading. *p . .-..... ............ .100,00000
J I.Surpls ... *..... *.......... 2,000 00 +
tion. relative to census and appor- Mr. Watson of Dade called up Sea. 8nen 11* o .eim ...ose... .. sa ei~ e of i. 00 I0
~re+,,lewas read is fall te third ate bill No. 186, by Mr. Hudson, pro m Int*et #Bid on $swings Ameestsl sad Oertl~esse of Depull. All
u The resolution was opposed on viding for the creation of Palm Beseh Teassesed P tly.
'ent of the increased number of county, which was indefinitely p
&trp and Representative. On roll poned, 39 to 20.
L Senate refused to adopt the House adjourned.

ai-d The Oldest Whiskey House In G j
S fate bill NO. 164 by Mr. Buck- n EIsm~yable Occaaioln. ,
-at taldhead Master Clark and Frank Evans, at D O O8fm
t- the home of their parents, str. and L l J .S," and appropriatin 0anady Mrs. J. C. Evans, West Masonic stret,
fr a ,as re d the third tile o etertained about thirty-fie of their 'L" 'A' IM.IA
P a s s e d 2 t o o n g r i e n d s ayo U I*e M g g $k g
R oution No. $6, p ridlag for em evenln, and it is needless to add that *ll I r pJ
tof a prootreader, was re the atair was ooe thoroughly enjoyed P ISM LD
ore frMmdiSt4, p. u Ig te evnng dlcin rfeh-lw PimS1. Ig. 31*lll a :
S ot. life insuraee $l wu made There there many game, and dur- POS. .I- ..IhU
byfor M ed at 4: 3 m in g the eve tnlt delteous re treb- a l.ggy g o go., ggur y g
Bentt bill No. 264, by Mr. Clarke- laments of Ice cream and cake were ll_ IIg s $.0.
Sithortiztns coaty mmisioers to served. PSSIS PREPAID
l't atwr O.emm riht to At a late hour the guests departed,
-+ rw ae o te oun h are IamnO measstli family whiskey. S~~~the "eleverest fellows" to Tlorida. age4 18amel gg gg. IpaI gullq rl agg
l$ 0. ExPRS88 PEPAID
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NES % nITD(~lVosoon's troubles very often occur regularlY it m W tt113 ,0= fonth. Be.
cause this may have been so all your life, Is no reason wh lt O d continue.
IIVL II Many thousands of omen, who had previously suffered fromtroublWs lmar to yours,
due to disorder of the womanly organs, have found welcome ief or cure in that
to Samon to be De- wonderfully successful medicine for women.'
.Womflanl's Wine of Cardui
Wine Of
lees wi be Conducted in Mrs Lata Forte of Toledo, HL, wres: "I am well ptesed with Ohe a d 11s1g O Cardul. I have
and First Commence- tak r bos A am e ly well fr from pain and ha i 25 pp in eight
of New University Promises
SOne of Eminent Success:IE i ~ u itpe. s e, and spay ssw GIV 01 Afton:~
8undsy's Dsily Son. W = ALEl R aea id rf O l
commencement exercises of
'Unilversity of the State of Florl- set speehs. The audience was Im- First Preslyterian church to the Y. ,.eld Tuesdy morning, beginning at A Pleasant Occasion.
the first to be held Wace the re. pressed by the fact that they were M. C. A. The services, however, will 10 o'clock. These will be the gradu- Mr. J. R. Mea'hant and Mi.s Iren t of the institution to Oainesville, debating rather than declailaring be opened with an invocation by Rev. ating exercises, and the baccalaureate Mc Ry tendered a dance Fri a
SBaturday night at 8 o'clock speecheI ommitted to memory. 8. Y. Jameson, followed by a hymn, sermon will be delivered by Dr. An- evening complimentary to the former',
The judges of the debate were the "O Worship the King All Glorious drew 8ledd, president of the Univer- sister, Miss Cladys Burke of Jack. a debate by meMpbers of the Rev. Dr. Jameson of Mercer Univer- Above." This service will be con- sity, followed by the conferring of sonville, who Is visiting here.
bl L terry, Molety. This was sity, Rev. P. H. Craighill, dnd Mr. W. eluded by prayer by Rev. W. F. Yo- medals and degrees. The function wad held at the ar*
ld, as all the other exercises will W. Hampton of Gainesville. The den- cum, the sanglng of the doxology and The public Is cordially invited to all ory, and was well attended. The pro In Sa t Tabernacle. cision was In favor of the affirmative. benediction. exercises. gram comprised twelve dances a4
Xi laIre. auditorium had been The three or four selections rend- The Work for Monday. several extras, and the young folks
-Itefully decorated. Festoons ered by the Duval Orchestra added Monday will be a particular Inter- To Our Friends and Patrons. enjoyed themselves to the fullest oz.
olege colors had been hung a great deal to the enjoyment of the eating day on the program of ex- Since aking our announced tent. They are under obligations t~.o
"- llege -colorsmakiadoubeenouhungntthe ple~sures of the evening.
the walls, and long streamers evenng. ercises, as there has been a m6st in- the pleaur the evening
-rom the sides to the dote, where Teday's Program. teresting and instructive list mapped that we would close our banking busi- .
wa re 'aught In a wreathe The The program for today promises out for that day. This will be the ness to take effect on June 15th, 1907,
'behid the platform was deco to prove of unusual Interest. The declamation contest of the freshman- we' have sold our building, fixtures hUA O T
with red and white bunting, the services will comprise the baccalaure- sophomore classes, and the subjects and vaults to, W. R. Thomas, G. K. orlUlUI UUIII111
b-ein those of the senior class. ate sermon by Rev. 8. Y. Jameson, selected are of the highest order. Broome, H. F. Dutton, C. W. Chase,
t&o silk American fags directly D. D., pr~sidet of Mercer University, The exercises will begin at the Tab- J. H. Vidal, 8. J. Thomas and J. B. Alaswhas oonlty is 806,4 acree a
the stand added a finishing8 Athens, Ga., and one of the most ernacle at 10 a. m., and the program Padgett, ,*ell-known business men In area, has 348 miles railroad, Pro
to the color scheme. The stage eloquent praecbers in the South. It will be as follows:' this city and county, who will organize miles wagoS road, 58 postoffle,,
beautifully decorated with massed is quite an honor that Dr. Jameson Mr. J. H. Vidal, "Regulus to the a &anking company to. be conducted 198 public schools, 27 phosphat
loaned by the experiment sta. consented to come for this special Roman Senate"-Kellogg. In this building. In order that there plants, 20 saw mills, $75,000 court
work, through the Invitation of Dr. Mr. W. Martin, "Henry Grady"- may be no discontinuance of the bank- house, for paper, and pr.
program beau with a selection Andrew 8ledd, and his presence is Graves. Ing business in this building, we have oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or.
by the Duval Orchestra of appreciated. Mr. N. Barrs, "Consolidation"- decided to continue our business until ages, peaches, pears, plump, pe.
ville. Then the secretary of The sdrvlce, which will begin at Grady. the organisation of the new company cans, and all kinds of vegetable,
Liter ry Society read the following 10:30 this morning, will be opened Mr. W. W. Gibbs, "Visions of War" and we respectively ask our friends
n for debate: "Resolved- by an invocation by Rev. T. J. Nixon -Ingersoll. and patrons who have so kindly done the '
t nl the Cubans desire annexa- of tIe First Methodist church. This Music. business with us to continue their aisle,
.that Abe United States should will be followed by the hymn, "Come, Mr. S. 8. Smith, "Spartadue to the business with the new firm. It will faa fourteen churches, two pubis
the Island of Cuba." The af- Thou Almighty King," after which Gladiators"-Kellogg. be managed by wise and conservative hools, the University of Florida,
tvh of the question was defended the sermon will be delivered. After Mr. J. Kirk, "The Nation's Respon- business men whom we have known private schools three newspser,
-ID. 8. Bryan of Dania, and Jas the sermon there will be another slbilities"-McKinley. in a business way for years, and we United States land office, the beil
of Jacksonville; the negative hymn, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Mr. O. R. Albrig.t, "The American b1 espeak for them a liberal patronage. water, re alarm system, P -trif I p a f o t h m a 1 e a p a r n g a n d g a s i g h t t w o i c e f t v t ", e l ,
sp held by T. Z. Cason.of Island Name," which will be followed by Republic"-Phillips. As advised in our circular letter of andhgas inehops, three wo ice faet.
And M. L. Moremen of Switser- prayer by Rev. Thos. P. Hay, followed Mr. S. E. Jenkins, Eulogy on Wash- the 18th, all checks will be paid with. rieo, ops, t e w o os 1 ,"6
by singing of doxology and benedic- ington-Henry Lee. out Interruption, apd certificates of three railroads, two fertilis r 7Au.
debate differed in one respect tion. Music. deposits redeemed, with Intgrest, on utfaseturing c.spanies, one iter
most college debates: the speak- The Evening Service. Decision of judges. presentation. manusfactory, one rectifying tr.
IaVig their facts and require- In the evening a sermon will be de- Tuesday's Program. H. F. DUTTON & COMPANY. stocked stores embracing every.
well In mind, but not having livered by Rev. Thos. P. Hay of the The concluding exercises will be May 22nd, 1907. thing in the ommercial line.


;.And you probably would have been if conditions had not kept you away. But
we want to assure you we are offering during this sale some exceptional
values, and it will pay you to come here MONDAY and
Every Day Next Week.

Hundreds Were More Than Pleased

With their purchases and went home to tell their friends about this Great Sale and we are expecting
big business next week. We ask you to come an,! lo,,k through our immense stocks and you will be
amazed at the values we offer. We wil yog to soe aid be played.

*l S40iinch White lae worth 191.Sc......8..81-3
8 Sch Valuesn Sht- White Iwn worth S ........... B utifulDress Seds

Waists you Never Saw hPianlw",' ..........k and Silks at Sale Prices

They were carried away by the armful. FiDWht Dotted Swis worth 2 ........15o Splendid Fancy Silks at 39, 9, 50, asd 850 Yd.
o old, shop-worn goods, but fresh, clean SO yards good lin worth 7 yard for..... $1.00i k Taeta ilks at $1.10.
Waists just in for this sale U1 yda Fine Bleached Muslin w'tb lic yd. for $1.00 119 eadi$1.69. aft t 1.0

60 Walst, beautiful patterna, for .......lIg 10 ydsl Berkley Cambric slin 'th l2c yd. for $1.00 Beatithl 46.inch Blak Voile worth $1.95, for this
0Waista, beautiful patterns, for ..S..... Good vlue in Towels at 4, 5, 7, 81.2, 10, 12 Sale...........
.vale Waist for .............. .. 1l,4g & 1. Fine Preach Volew y $1. 0 ". . I.
other alu ,s equally as good 73 I O lach Sheets worth 80.......... 4.. .6 -a5ch0a & 4 g
-...81.T I 190 Bleach Shts worth 8 c ......... .50.
T o n a sr us a V os-*** -tit e t ... ........ 5 10, 18 1.8, 15a d 19c
,$..0 Flue Tailored Skirs for .. $1*, IU DM OF BARGAIS WI DO NOT
ea #fC Uried aile r., aefrroN TasT WIL sany lo, U e U WLLEST AT lST Il, J.Pt.5
she 4t, 0o Fle Tatoered Shirtsor .he OUmW T E$s SALE. .114 huli eg

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MD ~ ake pr farmsg self-sustaining. g. De~ose. Uniton Academy No. 14
4e Self-preservation i the .rst law of SCHOOL R. D. McLin. Union No. 1, $40;
ocmerst, O the re- nature, alplylng equally to man and MtBOARD 1P. Days., Union No. 1, $30; Am :
D" s r 48 of the ta 4 tnti- beast When. ;ou have provided an L. Davis, Union No. 1, 130, Metg
bo ttily of the e111, ,to regu- serige of dteersifled crops sufflolent What Was Dne at Lst M Hearst, Union No. 1, $30; Emma p.
gg late laboi* Ila factireb 0aown as the to meet the demands of the home sup- Williams, Unsou No. 1. $30: L. L Ma1e
at v 'a ebhild labor bill, hals been .generally ply it would there be proper to consid- of This Body. renll, Unle ao. 1, $a0o; Carrie Moor%
tread, .To Deimuets the discussion er the exist of the money crop. Re- Union No. $30; Minnie C. DeBose
Mc-CREARY. -ir. is of transendeat Atoeet, for it fae the jb of labor through the TEACHERS WHO WERE PAID Union No. I, EMI Ida J. Willilam%
..eshaopw smuh m e importait se' of -the. *ltg and most approved Union No. 1, $27.50; Judith P. Rainey;,
TaeorSdpbate.within t4 & catloc party fArming implements. Rotate your County Treasurer's Report. Together Union No. 1, $SS: Jemnle Rowe, t n:
on the issues of State rights and .crops, plow deep, harrow and roll don No. 13.' $20. Total $1,012.95.
812bl s With Itemized Statement of All dn.o 3'2,' t ,1.
,b. Twice.S.Week OVA 01 $.;"U I home rule. The Arst Installment comes your lands. Increase the fertility of Witrit ee ths, 50.;single c ,001 ,. from Senator Rayner of Marylan In the soil, supply needed humus, jand Warrants issued- Sub-Distri lts Sundries .
ADVKnarelIO RgY1 The BtiUmore Sun of May 18, in improve its achanical conditiod by Report. J.L. K l1 jasiadvertisemont0,1 eenb a line which he summarizes the l.oliefes ad- growing l6guminous plants wherever JPeppr. L. Kelleb office ........ ... 70'15
he first and 10 ents for ah addi- vocated b ,Mr. Bryap ,a 1lowS: they can be sown or cultivated. In- Finano e Statement of the Boad of Peppennsur Pub. Co ....... 174.M0 *
inertion. 1 'o- St n o th Iord ...... Printing Co 1..
piplpayed dvertisements for three, 'T"PfMTtimate ownership y the statute a systetatic method of incras- Public Instruction of Alachua H. H. McCreary ........... 4.0
and 12 months at eolal rates. Governten of all the interstate rall- Inug the composit heap, and cut down County, Florida, for the Month Martin. Hyt & Co.........
furnished upon apiet roads of the United States. the heavy bills for commercial fert Ending May 7, 1907. T.a. th.............. i
Marriage and Death notle 1U5-- "Second-The Initiative and refer- lilsers. Hon. S. H. Wilenges, (lrk Circuit M. M. Chaires ..............
-,Obituaries, 6 sts a I%. The legume and compost heap CLourt, Alachua County, Fla. Mrs. C. C. Roddick........ '
Ovs~am umed. "Third--Congress to have the right should be the farmer's most highly- Sir: In compliance with Se. 4332, W. D. Dickinson............ 0
n and the Thi**Wok to art;trarily fx the total product of priced bank account. With their as- Laws of Florida, we hereby file with L. M. Kelley ......... 4
u. World oe er.........1 all Interstate corportions, .quasi pub- sistance he can at once commence to Laws of Florida, we hereby file with L. M. Kelley ..............
-gy.) and the _tlata (I.) 1 ll and private, and to destroy their travel the Inviting road to independ- you the following itemized statement R. B. Peeler .................,
sun and the aSt (.) Ilia and private, and to destroy tirlraed of the moneys received and expended H. F. Dutton & Co ........... 18
Weekly Constitutesm 0 .. 1me 8 business If they tmransgress the con_ ence and wealth. Without them he and warrants issued during the J. F. Futch .110
Ban and the Atiatns (0G.) esional must continue to look for help only nd a 7 di F We .......
Si.Weeky Journal oe S o. 1 from costly sources. The time is notona t month ending May 7, 1907. 8. H. Wienges. ..............
nandtheSeal0Weeryfrom costly so s. The time Is not
Ban and the -wey "Fourth-The supreme power of far distant when we hope to see that 8
Timies.Union one y ........ 1 80 Congress to prescribe the terms upon TREASURER'S REPORT, Total ...................... $744.801
which all fiterstate commerce shall fulfillment of prosperity on the farm
We noeptstampsof be conducted, and whenever Congress which is so much to be desired. We April 1, 1907. SPECIAL DISTRICT.
rdenomI ton o than es ( coue, men son s ar glad to see every department of Balance last report ......... $2,783.51
(which, of course, means the domi- business In the commercial world Rec. Com. Croom, redempt'n 205.738 Teachers' Salarles and Supplements
Te only really nd ble t nant party) conceives It to be against prosper, but not at the expense of the Rec. Supt. Kelley. E. F. S... 16.00 Nannie McIntosh, Fairbanks No, 5,
waday real the a Ihat public policutely to prohibit commercial In- farmers. Let the farmers work out Rec. Supt. Kelley, Oranw (1% months) $30; J. H. Owens, Ro.'
wadays are the u t absolutely to prohibit commercial their independence without fear or Lane .................... 10.0( chelle No. 3, $85; Willie Mcintosh,
ek on the home teLM' threirs betweedenc theou State upnrh
tercourse between the States upon the trembling, gradually abolikhing the Rec. Dickinson, Polls ....... 815.00 Rochelle No. 3, $40; W. H. Mal ,
interdicted article 4as f~lly exempli- Re Dicinon
Dally bulletins from Madrid fadi. interdicted article as flly exempil credit system from the future con- Rec. Dickinson, Col.. taxes.. 2,883.70 Archer No. 10, $70; Mary Berketree. t that King AlfOnso i gett laed in the provisions of the child bill) uct,of their business. ser, Archer No. 10, $40; Annie Collins,
te that King Alfonso In getting labor bill.) ________Total ................. $6707.94 Micanopy No. 15. $S0; Clama Sth
g as well as could be expected. "My own delegate judgment is Total .................... 6,707,94 Micanopy No. 15 $60; SClai mthr
sdi that if we embody these doctrines in The New York World pretends to Less warrants surrdered. 6,1084 Micanopy No. 15 $35; ophle Mrd
,- Mleanopy No. 15, $35: T. J. McBeatI4
The report I denied that the Pa- a Democratic platform the next step have reliable information that Thomas Balance ................... $ 497.10 islad Qrovp No. 18, 20; May '
c Coast people art waiting to .at- that it will be necessary to take will Fortune RIyan of Virginia Is in the Speal Tax Districts. Meeath, Island Grove 18 $20; Mary
d the Jamestown Dxpoition by be to change the name of the party field as a candidate for the Presidency. Bal. lSpecial Tax Districts...... M eeath. Island Grovern No. 18, $675 sy of Panama canal. and revive the name of 'Federalists' The grounds upon which this Informa Bal. last report .......... $1,10.77 J N. Overhts, awthorn No. 21, $7
or take some otler title suitable to tion is based are not exposed, but it Rec. from Supt. Kelley for Sallie J. .Holden, Hawthorn No. $ 1.
A Kentucky dairyman has been the occasion; and then, after we have is Incidentally mentioned that, among NoW.26.................. 1.00 $40 Edd ReddicK, Hawthorn No.
ught selling milk with minnows in done this, the final step *11il be, with other elements of his strength, is the Rec. from W. D. Dickinson 21, $30; V. I. Casselle, Alachua No, He should be more particular our leaders in the van, in solemn pro- strong Catholic following he would un- collections .............. 975.68 23, $75; Nellie 11. Frink, Alachua No.
ut his water supply. cession to accompany the remains of doubtedly command. This is a v Tory 023, $40; Jettl( Futch,. Alachua No. 2
democracy to their resting place, and slender reed and has never beforee Total ................... $2,079.45 23 $0: Dula Wolf. Alachua No. *8o
All the Republicans of Ohio re de- when we are engaged in performing been pleaded in behalf of any cindl- Less warrants surrendered.. 1,107.10 $40; Florece Balls, Gainesvlle .
26. $3.7 5;4.H. Speir, Stroble No. 31,
Lined to have harmony fa the the last sad rights and obsequies, and date, except in the memorable instance 2 $3.75; H 8pr trouble No.
y,. but most of them seem to real- are commemorating her departed vir. of Chief Justice Roger Brooks Taney, Balance ................... $ 972.35 $ 5.53; C. B. Fielding, Orange Heights
they must fight for it. tues, do not let us forget to recount in whose case it proved fatal. Any No. 38, $100; E. L. Price, Hague No.
the tragic manner of her death, so student of our politics knows that re- WARRANTS ISSUED. 48. $60; M. A. McRae, Evinmton No.
Thw; are thinking of naming one that prosperity shall know that in the ligion is a thing quite apart from White Teachers. 62. $35:; JAlo Carleto, Teacoma No.
6;, $49; F. T'. Allen. Newbiirry No.
the new battleships Utah. We pre- hour of Oer brightest hopes and most party allegiance, and that any pre- Nannie McIntosh, Fairbanks No. 73, $90; Minnie E. le,. Newberry No. P it will always be accompabled alluring prospects, determined to end tense of privilege depending upon 5, 120; R. 1. Sanders, Jennings Lake 73, $40; Ada Philput, Rocky Pont a p1irality of consorts. her great historic career, she threw church influence must Inevitably No. 12. $35; Clara Thomas, Earleton No. 76. l,0. Total $1.199.8.
herself upon the poisoned weapon 'of arouse wide resentment. Considered No.' 14, $30; Artie Lowman. CoolDt Senator Platt says he wishes to be Federal Centralization, and died of from this point of view, the announce- l*ings No. 17, $40; T. J. McB.ath. Special Distrlt Sudrie t alone in order that he "may en- a self-inflicted wound." nAent in The World may be regard- Island Grove No. 18. $55; Mary F. Me- S. F. Ilurnett, LaCrosse No. 8, 16.90
lie in the flat he has taken." The Democratic voters will have to d- 0 a a attack o Ryan's availability, Bcath, Island Grove No. 18, $35; T. A. J. Vidal & Co., Gainesville No. SW Dnatnor must be pretty much of an cide these issues before they elect and although 14 church connections are F. Mclleath, Gaineiville No. 26, $ISt 7'.c; T. V. Melicath, Gainesville No. tlmijt after pill, to Imagine he can instruct delegates to the next national not gloted against him, nor is it clear Gussle Miller, No. 24, $65; Ellen Wal. '4, $9.,,0:Phoebe March, Gainesville Jy :ifJ. !n a flat. convention and to do so must invest. from Amnything revealed in The lace, No. 26, $60; Mrs. W. 1. )offey. No. 26, $:0: J. If. Jarvis. Oainesvt])
.gate the arguments on both sides to W e 's exposure that he is in fact No. 26, $40; Mrs. W. 8. Cauthon, No, No. 26. $4; I. H. McCreary, TaeotlW
p, k-r Cannon has been nominat- arrive at a just conclusion. Mr. Bryan a candidate. If he is in trnth a candle 26, $40; Serna Shannon, No. 26, $40: No. 69, $6. Total $49.15. or P"-idency by the Republicans has so clearly stated his case that it date, some more substantial grounds Edith Brant, No. 26, $40; Cylla Ken. it. I. WEEKS, Chn. I. P. L h inls Legislature and Fair- is not necessary to repeat it. Senator than those given by The World nody, No. 26, $40; Annie DaCosta, No. Attst: J. L. KELiEY, Soc mE
-'a a V nominated himself and Rayner's summary has led The Balti- must be found for him to stand upo. 26, $40; Florence Balls, No. 26, $40; supt. B. P. 1. SCox has nominated Taft. Are more Sun to say: The history of the efforts of te Mabel Sanchez, No. 2.6, $40; Maudoe
e i I- to have nothing to say "The discussion of all these theories friends and admirers of Chief Justice Iewis, No. 2#. $25; Orrie Pratt. What Florilla should have in bes '0 VJ, they want? of government; the suggestion of Sec- Roger Brooks Taney in the same field Oranu Lans No. 44, $40; Mlarle next (Govern(r I. a man of educatim
retary Root that the constitution be of endeavor in which The World Mann, High Springs No. 47, $60; sufficient to use the English language
The .;a rtment of Justice has an- changed by construction so as to de. now lays Mr. Ryan is active, li com- Emily McWat rs. High Springs No. correctly antind address himself isatelli. ': 1 itM intention of instituting prive the States of their reserved mend6d to the enthusiastic friends of 47, $40; Mary Hague, High Springs gently to any and all public questlo ou,"'C f in a few days against the rights; the Beveridge bill and Mr. tne ambitious Virginian. No. 47, 135; Julia McCredle, High of State'. A man who has been tue*
wder 'rust whose head i Dupont, Bryan's doctrines-all these things ... .S Springs, No. 47, $35; o. W. Foreman, to thought, study and action slgg
he >w from Delaware. The have tended to direct public atten- It has been settled by the party in Stokes No. 64, $50; Jennie 3. Crane, line, of great public moment. A mAAtreau ,f Corporations has bees) hard tion to questions of polley and constl. power that Oklahoma And Indian Ter- Grove P No. Cs, $30; lo'tti teeter, of mental power. A man of public, '(,rk ovestigating the operpton tutlionl law which have been dor. ritory are not to come into the tin- Rolliu gat NosS. $3$5; Medetta experlnce, A rnan of aholute a gag' this trust for mouths past, and mant almost during this generation. ion as a State till after the next Dyes. Rocky illl No. 8, $0; Lu as character and uprlhtness, not M aH oncred that not only has it Such a masterly exposition as that Presidenthi election, if then. It is cretia St Clair, Halle No. ST, $30; in bhi own person but In his we P'nArful enough to almost com. of Senator Rayner, by so profound a purely a matter of politks. Three or Beecher Rutledge, Tyler No. 93, $35; A man who would not debase b tolY ,!e compettion, but that student of the constitution as he is, four Democratic Repr4sentatives and G. W. Freeman, Stokes No, $4, $54; nor degrade the high office of Govee.f now has the Goverameqt entirely will do much to bring people back to two Demoeratlc Henators are not Nannie Mcintosh, Fairbaks No. 5, or, or a lower office of any sort, a Its ', and in case of war could the old path." wanted atthe capitol, and there are $10; Lila Fraser. Arredodo No. 1. bribery, vote buying, whiskey tret"
1' I- price that It chose for the plenty of good reasons why they will $35; W. E. Bell. Waldo No. 34, $I00; inora ohr lw-down el e
Rd'r :,e'.sary to the country's FROM ST. AUGUSTINE RECORD. not get there. Fault is found with the Alice Strickland. Waldo No. 24, $40; method of gaining politicl y$etugy. Whatever is the eategme of etesttgution that Oklahoma has Uella Bell, Waldo No. 24, $35; Id fact, a n who will the
pr" ,c''ution, it is almaoutmas~ure The following taken from the report adopted. It is said to be too Claudia Ambrose, Waldo No. Id, $40; peer of any Governor of 8ay tate a at t, Gvernment will etabilsh of the recent Episcopal Cnnvention radical and too hard on corpora- Mabel Hall. RoadAlid No. 54. SIT.S0; te Union whom we absU aet au~t.r of factoria at Ot w f held in this city as it appeared in tions. This to a remarkable complaat Agne Zetroner, Santa Pe No. 2S, $45. ashamed of of ash SpoUglee $g rn unufacture. The St. Augustine Record Is much ap- from a "trustboting" admlitration. Total $1,627.50. Is him sand sup ini aggaw he. ,
-preciated and is published so that the Then it le e~imed that the State has Neegre Yeaelters, let hiasta p G A imet
T latrodl by Repren-~ people of Galaestille eMn see what the been Gerrymandered so that it will William Madison, Hawth rn No. 7,Orlando-Reporter-gOas, r -,nzile appropr4a $*~0 delegates from' the Ancient City over be'uaythlng but Democratic. 125; 8. B. Wilson, (rove Perk No. 35. There we 4 b a
A of Florida's r c thought of uas It takes a pretty fair sprinkling of $5; Frank P. Holmes, Mt View No. rails on the preslts la
S'"-an. Stephen R. Mallory, "Galneville was cbaracteristieally voters to Qerrymander a Stte la the 3, $40; J. C. Jones, Areher No. 9, $25; New York 4dgi the three moUta
Sta ,. to be Piorida's comntrib. lavish in her hospitality to the clergy arst pilea, sad if this ha bec done, Ida 3. rsant, ('olmas No. 10. $25; ending Magh St. Moet of the Msh. S.." national statury h all wm and delegates and to the delegates to which iM open to qantlo, it so W. C. Page. Gordon No. 13, $25; J. ages 'wegr ill lt~ed aloes im99, t1, aproval of al3 19rilans the Woman's Auxiliary which met at more than what was done la t U B. Wflson. NewnanavMI* No. 14, S1; wleh woud telt to tsthe l eet
a' ,riattoo wtI be s to p the same time as the ounsefl. Through of Ohio, sad ohe States, but that W. A. Rochell,. Jomesllle No. 15, as the cief eulpit. I the barit i pr ne of the few Swes ot the courtesy of Gainerlisvil parish the was I the latereeIs of the o $1.09; C. 3. Artson, Josesville No. 15 teeted tHeM to he %*0aed to charge will thee place before vIsitors were takes t carriages to the party. Anyhow the fate of Oklabma S1.6S; U. C. iRhel.le Jomvlle Nas the *I pesible prSe for' see' of the worl lM the as. State Cmlversity and all the interest. Is settled 'or some time to como. IS, $1.63; Ea owmas. Windsor No. rails ao at the eae U ma o-V'&j Isai the ehari of her bvrte lag places In and near the city. The eisttation eaiot be aoted 23, two month $40; H. C. WUllams, tare 'th*I mer. tmperfeety than s, nR. Mallerywasealliastir. "Mention should not be omitted of withot ,e eiUve approval. sed it Oresn No. s 125; C. K. DeVaupg, predoa sso ued Io? If the tariff ?APrtmtalve at ti* St in thR e magalocent new Holy Trnity has bees setted by the party l Melros. (2 months) No. 34, $44; Car. was abnashe or reduced so that 'oro*
h ad e r to memory. church In wbch the council held its that this shafE not be given. rie Childs. Half Mooa No. 43, $0; S06iti. would sse, the priee of
tuh s This structure, when fully ---, W. A. Rochel** Whittake No. 46, ra lls **M he owed ad the quality
aggWWfhat high leted. will be ce of the finest "'0 tleasa" Jack O'BrIes sems to $25; Neie Hughes, Ogden No. 49, better.
&Zhd U~s haviaS rqer esareb edifices In the entre Bouth and have met the same hakh that aem $35; E11a J. Rlchar'dma. Liberty HiII .
th f Seate-ge MeyTrat relr Rev Firact R. to all -e who try to comeie th* No. @,685; L. A. Adams, Mieesopy No. The shellNad now golas down be.
A et th pRyI. OaighlL and his tc a are to itelse t belag putueewm ar S, $S; Asas M. Oum. Prumm (3 twee Delund sad tytona ll be
to ed ps be esermtalated obe able to wa- prbeaghtus* e-maths) No. 3. lr .. WIt s. *a Mg advaerementor Volusls *es
A- t abi s *l. a ir t ----- -- amvlle No. 14. 116 W. C. Wili t. S'etwo Is eas Ilke havies *
ar as *ssen as se a moalses omr q*****r. e s a the rt eGrm N.o. $25; ss 5. Wa* W preSSmalve board of eoenty eggagate
sese sea am nese11 use r so e emean eoo raorth t sLeave edisle seo 8s, $ sasems 3., essmers. Ma*** Is banndias bird


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-26-AS4ln of Action. To E.M st ld a 00701f Iit& 49- iwa Week. It tobth 4 10 20
S'i- A tin Martin Brown ... ... N Tr a B1 1 r ft and
t white man who *The has leady contained mention.f the fact that the 41or W by i da N and s Go... Adds.
pecal ihbgto del e .....**.*****.. .. ,,. 9 10 20
i i ;eaeelywih M eas olh4 0d4 wville Grd6d and H.igh IShWoltertan6d their ..O 9 0e2 4.4
ville for more than othe Olesvlle Gradd and High Sch tertaind their M. BeaskU ........ B 6 GislaVI.... ........ 4 10 20 5.
-beo w arrested : mand friend it the home of Prof. and Mrs. Tol McBeath on FrIday ven- Candler Beal......... 10 4 -It 1 a 1 10
Saturday night uon Ing of o West ,,ol.& R- ON 4 10 20 3.66
The program was one of unusual merit, but the poem of Tom R. Me Jordan Brown.... Lo 4 1 BoWSs1 ifa... 82 9 20 4
eferred by er as Bath, whlh 1s overfowl with wit ad good humor, Is especially worthy hY sAdint
Ot-larcenyafewaBrs'AdiinQbM .=
y afteoon to of merit, zaw after ooqpidenble persuasion the author has permitted Its pub- N S. ft* ...... f 8 i 0
y. afernoonlty. ,W lication, which Is a follows: ft to beg ............. 60-. lo'..." 5 10 2( .
Is said he le glty. J. W. Chile .......... Com at Se ar 1 )
career came from Georgia to JUNIOR CLASS POEM. THE CLASS OF 'T* In B 21 Brushl Galnesy the prisoner bek to the Kind friends, I'm la to greet you, but would my in this lbonnection, vill, run W 1 t the It of
of his alleged crime. Mr. I wasn't born a poet, but was made one by election. It, E 270 ft to b I Blk 14,
has been living within throe So, peas b my imperfWctlom, and for errors do not hunt, Brush's Addition. laeil..... 5 10 20 9.
of Gainesville, where be has And Year sympathies extend me while I do my little stunt, J. Cox.............. Lot 16 Miller's rv ......... 82 9 20 4
engaged in farn~ing, for the Which Is, n yo70r mental savas to draw you, while you wait, William Coldham ...... Lot 19 of B 14, aeW plat.... 82 9 20 3.0i
year or more. He has always A tree mad hithful picture of the Class of 1908. James Carolina....... Co 82% ft 8 of Ne ow of B 27,
peaceable and law-ablding here, in ddi N, run
0 60 -ft, W ISO ft, N I 160 ft
his friends are under the im- There's as evon doses of us, If you reckon us by number; to beg ......... '. ..... ...... 5 10 20 4.1
lon that there must be something But sbo0 you wish to count us as the millmen measure lumber, W. L. Denham......... Conm at SBe cor of Sweah fh's lot,
g in his arrest. His family are It may stike you as peull4r-mray even make you laughb-- Huff sub-diiso, run 15 ft. N
150S ft, W 215 It, S 150 ft., ......, 4 10 20 105s
on the farM near the city. But as told by sise we're only just eleven and a half; J. M. Des........ Beginning 80 ft N of .o et 15
j. M Do. .......... Beginng 80 ft N of 00 aue 9 16
: ,While as regards our gnder-and perhaps that's why we shine Brush's Addition (anesVllt, run
To Out Friends and Patrons. So very, very brilliant-we se two-thirds feminine. N 80 ft, W 100 ft, 160 i Mo
It, N 80 ft, E 50 t tob ........ 10 20 .
sking our announcement And so, without more preface, half In earnest, half In fun, P.E. du Pont de 10 20 15.1
Ts w~ald close our banking bustl. I'll trot them out before you, and present them one by one. Vemours Powder Co. Powder magazine ad w hole
o s0alke effect on June 15th, 1907, Vemour's Powder Co. Powder magazine and wasdt hole
*o ake effect on June 16th, 1907, in Be cor of Galnesville, N % -@ ve sold our building, fixtures First of all comep Bonnie Bessie with her tall and queenly air, Tract B 1, R 1, Goas's Addition
.Vwults to W. R. Thomas, G. K. Who lads her class as naturally as some girls bang their hair; Gainesville ........................ 2.67
H. F. Dutton, C. W. Chase, Who takes to mathematics as a kitten takes to milk, CIm. Nfiw o.......... Lot, 35 ft e & W by52% f t
_-,--+ in Nwo" of N of N of the
Vidal, S. J. Thomas and J. B, But wbo, everywhere you take her, Is just as fine as silk. 1% acre in No or of 4 acres cont, well-known business men n veyed to Mary Story in 8 % of.. 32 9 20 3.1
-ity and county, who will organize And next comes Kate, our sunbeam, a regular little fairy, Jo" vy. Juke ...... Lot 24 n Flynn's sub-dlvilion of E
ng company to be conducted Who never borrows trouble, but who's always bright and merry. vlle ............................ 5 10 20 .3Addition GAIA
building. In order that there kut the way she can crib answers, and also, when she wishes, A. M. Endel .......... Lot McCarroll's plat, Gefnesvll .. 5 10 20 3.0
4n so discontinuance of d bank. Get all around her teachers, Is a sin to little fishes. George Ellis.......... Lot 17, B 28 & lot 18, blk 31,
basIHInesa this building, we have She's authority on history, and in Latin reads 'em some, Bueler Ellis......... Brush's Additen to Galn vlle, as
....' Benton Ellis ........* per plat on record Book A, Page
to ootinue our business until But her specialty's the science and the art of chewing gum. Lewis Ellis....... 71............. .......5 10 20 9.2
L.- ewis ~ ............. ... .. .. . 5 10 20 9.21
b"rgalsatlon of the tew company Paullde Mcllvaine.... Lot 17, B 28 & lot 18, B 21, Brdsh's
we respectively ask our friends 'he next Is Lona. She's our pride, our model little woman; Maggie McClellan.....Addition Gainesville, year 1906. ... 5 10 20 8.91
patrons who have so kindly done She cn write like Lucy Larcome, and read Latin like a Roman; Lot 17, B 28 & lot 18, B 28,
-':,,+' -Brush's Addition Gainesville, year with as to continue their She's a favorite with her teachers, and always does her work Brush's Addition Gainesville, year
1904 ..................... ....... 6 10 20 8.61
ess with the new Irm. It will With diligence and patience, and was never known to shirk Lot 17, B 28 & lot 18, D 21. Brush's
naged by wtbe and conservative But once just get her rattled-O Jordan's stormy Strand! Addition Gainesville, year 1903.. 5 10 20 8.61
men whom we have known She can surely tune up for you, and bawl to beat the band. Finley, Mrs. 8. Y ...... Lot in Nw %, B 6, R 5, 44 ft E
4- 4Wtnlss way for years,. and we ,&W by 100 ft N & 8, Dolg & Robasiess way for years and we ertson's Addition to Gainesville... 4 10 20 2205
k for them a liberal patronage. The next in line Is Mattie B., to all her classmates dear; Willis Floyd......... Com 55 ft Eo f Ne cor of crossing
*41ised in our circular letter of She's just our good big sister, and we all look up to her; of N 7th street & West Columbia
18th, all checks will be paid with. She stands high In our opinion, six feet; but that's not all. street, run E 50 ft, N 100ft, W 50
Interruption, and certificates of She's every bit as good and kind and true as she is tall. It, 8 100 ft to beg, In B 8, Brown's
Addition to Ganesville ........... 4.N
ts redeemed, with Interest, on W. H. Gordon ......... 8 % lot 15, B 4, R 1, Roper's Adtatlon. There's Annie next, our beauty; and we challenge any class diton to Gainesville............ 4 10 20 t
H. F. DUTTON & COMPANY. To show a better looker; for there never was a glass Ada M. Griffin....... Corn at Nw cor of lot 12 in 8 %
22nd, 1907. Flashed back a prettier picture when the softest light was o'er it, un E 600 I 8 140 ft 60
Than she sees in her mirror when she smiling stands before it N 140 ft in 8 .................. 32 9 20 t,
Epwerth League Soclal. But I wouldn't have you thinking all her good points go to looks, Gate City Coffin CO .. Com at Nw cor lot 2, B 12, Miller's,
Senior Epworth League of the Survey of 8 % ...............32 9 20
M lthodist Church held an e The class has not a member that Is brighter in her books. S Ey oft 8 .................
Methodist Church held an en. Run E 600 It, 8 140 t, W 600 It,
ble lawn fete at the home of N 140 ft, to beg; being part of lot
d Mr. J. B. Padgett Thurday The next Is Mattle May, a girl as good as gold all through; 2, B 12 of said Miller Survey.... 32 9 20 9.53
S Mr J. h eT rd She's studious, kind 'o sober, but loyal, firm and true, Mariah K. Hail ........ Com at Sw cor of N % B 8, Brown's
Ala, which was highly enjoyed, And will someday walk a woman amid the world's great crowd, Addition to Gainesville, ran E 150
at which delicious refreshments Of whom her high school classmates will evermore be proud. ft," N 225 ft, W 150 ft. 8 225 t.
served. There were a number to beginning .................... .. 959
a.. Kettlewell ......... Lots 4, 5, 14, 36 Vitch's Addition to
and all expressed themselves There's Gladys next. a Northern rose transplanted to the South; Gainesville ...................... 9 10 20 63
,be. ing highly pleased.Gansie............9 0 0 ,6
b g highly pleased. You'd hardly think that butter would melt within her mouth; P. F. Morgan......... Lot 19 Hill & Lassiter's Addition to
She's sch a mill say-nothing, so timid and demure 'Gainesville ...................... 4 10 20 1 S8
Indigestion. hat she's g he say-nothing, so ad dbtdo yue E. E. Marsh........* Lots 68 and 69. Failfield, Elliott &
lth Its companion, hart burn, That she's got the rabbits faded-but don't you be too sure! L'Engle's Addition to Gainesville.. 33 9 20 I
Is, torpdity on the or, con Just mention to her chummles how reserved she Im, and shy, W. S. Munroe........ W % Blk 3. R 1, & lot 2, Blk 4, R
Mton p ito of the er, Then watch 'em kind 'o giggle and wink the other eye! 1, Goes's Addition to Gainesville.. 9 10 20 338
__ o, palpitation of the heart, High Point Furniture
blood, headache and other ner~ And last of all, the sisters-but only least in that Company .......... E % of V1 lot 2, B 3 Brown's Adsymptoms, sallow skin, oul dition to Gainesville ............ 5 10 2(
Smptomse sallow skin, foulegion There's barely fifty inches twixt her shoe-heels and her hat- Wade Howard......... Lot .1, Blk 23, Brush's ..Addition to
Soesivt beath s a lheonsls Holoise, our brilliant and winsome little lass, Gainesville .................... 5 10 20 2.07
eth almeWts, at once the most ho masters all her studies-and bosses all her class. R. Harper....... of W % B 7 in 8%. 82 9 20 243
e a and destructive malady She's a lightning calculator, and can tell you to a minute, T. R. Hunt.......... Lot 41. Hill's Addition to Gainesthe American people. The Her ville. in E % of E % of Be %, less
uttm t will oure all these When she sees a bag of peanuts just how many there are in It. Fa Hawkins lot of J. E. Gardens 80 ft by 125 ft 82 9 20 1.11
te e wlueFaraby Hwkins ..... Lot 3, B 2, R 5, uoss's Addition to uble1s. S0c bottle. Sold by W. M. The boys come next. There's Jasper, who though, as you all know, 6aine1vTlle ...................... 9 10 SO 3.i o
soa* Would never take a premium at a first-clase beauty show, Florida McCrayo...*** Lot 16, Bl B, Thomas sub-division
Is a sturdy, staunch good fellow, and for all he keeps it dark, of W % B 5, Brown's Addton to
Gainestille ........... 5 10 20. 49
High up on Pame's white pillar intends to make his mark; Sam McDonald........ Lot in extreme Sw 339.......... 20
Who, though he may not get there first, when hq decides to try, 1McDo5fN.... 1 8t ,N usby 200eftE W.... 83 9 20 3.31
You can set it down as certain, will get there by and by. A Lots 1 to 98, inclusIve, except lots
.68 and 69. to Marsh, Elliatt & L'Engle's Addition to Gainesvlle...... 83 9 2' 16*
They's Douglas with a tendency to project with machines, Richard Ross.......** 8ix ares in 84 k.............. 4 10 20
And a turn for electricity, and who most surely means 4,om A Se cor.....................4 10 20
Some day to heat Marconi, and snatch the wreath of fame Ran N 630 It, W 420 ft, 8 680 ft,
From off the brow of Edison to deck his own r .ame. Julius Robinson. E 420 ft....................... *
****** Corn at Sw cor of lot conveyed by
and (& Wynn to Ida Avers, run And then there's model Wiley. as timid as a rabbit; N 80 ft, E 62 ft, 5 80 ft, W 62 ft
Who hasn't, as we know of. one single, lone bad habit: to bes ......................... 83 J20 3
.,' And who, if life Is spared him, will some day never fer, James Raney.......... Co at Be cor of cross of N
L. Climb high up Fortune's ladder as a civil engineer. Arrendondo and West ftrN
VERT ROUSEWIFE should boy as l10 rt, W62% ft to beg; toS 8 4,
AL SELFhoEATINIG FLAT. Thee I make up the dosen-or to speak with more precilsion, Brush's Addition GaInesvlle..... 5102
Boonomicai and Prasloal. It I'm what you have left over aler making this division. Same as above for year ora 105..
Same as above for year of 1904..
eot In a short time. Frankle bel......... Block 5 and two branch lots ad--- So here we are before you, the pick of all the State. -Joining same on 3 side, not assm*
E. BRO W N o there's north n that can match us. The Class of 1908! bered, Ingram's Additio to
Arcer, iie "And water graduation, what?" O, we'll have no time to tarry; ville ........................... 4 10 0144
Each boy will have to hunt a job; each girl. a man to marry. A.. tc Trustee.- Com at Nw of J. M. Balleg's 40
------- a cre Tract lot of W. A. Colelough,
...----- lying south of 8. A. L R. eat W
-. -. of A. C.L RR. then run N 54 d.
NO TI T CAlgees W 420 ft, 8 38l degre, 8 3441 ft. N 54 delgrees, E 848| ft: theeN18
_________ 170 ft. W 215 ft n 8w Gailevle 8 1020 SO
Minerva Teley....... % R 2. R 6, Gos' Additio to 0 t
Galneeville .................. O1
Notlo is houeby gives tbat the following deriled lands, situated, l1ing 3.iA. Wnllialm.......Lot .0 f. by 100 ft in Nw .o. t
and bealig e thOtty ofOlaesville, ia the Oounty of Alaehus, State of Florida, 16. B 4f R 1 Roft ladNWear to
will be sold at public anuotle, o t raterl the Court House door oa Mendey, Gainesile...Rop..s.A.ition 10 2
8n da of June, A. D. 101, at Galantltle. Alshus county. Florida, or so W. E. Webb.......... From a point 8"0 ft ~"i .t ell 4 0
muh a will be *o*ee ar py he ameant e 4*e O ty of Galaeville for soe Nl ....................... 35
aues for the year 1106 begoet setopposite to the same together with the t.gra
of ale sd ad -tisemen- i T. B. ELLIS, Tax Ooleetor. o~Tgno kmm .
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4.~~~A C M~~ I~3FR PUSLJOAY(O0N.
-'Lea in~*e atm ciaaw attria LanM
'iholh~ U We. School mX NQUe Is hereby riven tatin eovaI9le?
ale.t of Ala owlnty, riia on ati th Vvsir ofCeato oeetO
saturday 1tne, 16. Iwo pur JilS.I ctti Aaotithfs of
AT J' W or! e UmbrlasI the Rtte Of Callfornla. Owe.
Is spial, tax school district, for the of A wast4. lift Ntcbola't J1 Harry of ,49wchssagin f 01the boeadWr fla Of berry. oaut of Alachua. State of Floriia
*n~, ~. ~ .IliiaM ba ak ar fildi this o111ce his &wort &tawe
teem. thfor, i* 0 t40 -u~eo men% No M. for the 1'urchaie, of the sw 1
tee terfo, a a te ar e orfSeN4Is hp. NIo. S .RNMI~
detemblmg he steof lllg t bewill offer proof to Aho that %be land wultilt is
mseiiL't bed more-e ~ r~w valitable for Its tUmber or atene tha 0%ob
assesedand001lettd teret ftteairricultural vparm.f ad to entLabish Us.
p0TH OU* l' next succeed%# twO yeastuume. anoada Weoes Itietrlasr &u 16
-%Polls will be at 8 o'cloilk, and *.vr&%Gieslle Fla.. on Thurioday. &be
sth day of June. 133.
1111101.M~ close at sunseLT. o sufollwig 111111411d Ue flamen s wIUWepe Roy- La qov4,
of a hve ben "Ponted 418W-Lewlta togford. (PaI NIPpo. William szi r
0isP~ of theL~rg5 ore of said ehetiM:I.E ,
W.i a Traet l h A. Braait, abv-wie landi an -efoe tf 91
who$r detoal h their claims In this oftw* os qr Wore said Ub
orY we rsyl, order of BOA of PSbIto lIU- yo ue
Desvo to Av wea tnm In st destruction this the 7th day of bbz A. PilHUNRY -S. CJI"I Rewister.
"The '' i e .a4drbly,'hedBadShe"D. 1907. It. B. Wa
caar"a Pub.abi ISildgad he NOTIFP F.OR PuBLIC A?ION.
wut osedoupl t h jot'a toe the m arik of perfection Attest: 3. i. KEIAZY Oe. auloilad ffo "0! QA vt 1a. ,
snsuccesstul eff ot w W f N O TIC O Fu E L E C IO N wit %beIB L prrGIA M T S ofL the ac. or~ eotsth' ofn
pirto adjournlIUt to entorce,~j~ K S R 0 OIEO JLCTON 3. w l~erol, ent l orbeat fore ths *lo
~~~~~~~m coltin TheE 0oshoee,09~ATA T Mansfactii'gis Arrelecton will be held at the 11P& hUber lands in tfi ttteo, 4t Catiforala Oftt hresssons a day ATLANTA9 LAO field school house.f In school D11111" tene NA~t & tk otlt land .41TTIQy. aSe
bwNo. 54 oAl chuaamty, l Do August 4.Wq- iaiw, u Hy
Saturday. June 16. 1907. for the county of Alachun. Ste't ofJ'ol
Th e riaebill of 86esa1tor pose of ltermining weter~ t; dayfied to tII% otlioe tit% %--Vorn loi.
Crne wic pi~ teOrdeal Of said district au be created atSection No 4 In Towrit. \ S R
cane, reaig ith"Od57 kM wi tax school' district, for the el~i III F_ and will offer I'r.,.w to,ho %tO
of three trustees thereor. and lot Aadsuh swr iu.'t ~ts
-~~~~~~~~~~~,a slo. tthan for airrioulviruipups o dtrnugthS .blabsawtomi tt'os,.e
M. amendment ofred by the *uthor, LEGALT!1 pups f-dtriig h abiLh li t at aI!-ir
hee engrossed-I9a m. Roll qall. Quorum present. %I"I~~T nilg ob ssmdade l aateev ath ay f 1ne~d. Ia.
The House adoPtod at resoluio Praye by chaplainhrenfr.h et i~g~4.b~~hda od Iare
troduced ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7__ byM.eaerfscml oloigrsluin eeinr ErIN O LCIN thereafter. Polls Will 01111111 11 at Dauls. L J. (Julvn. T. V" .A.Ii~CoNIter, all i
thedce try- drucefd.01,1ba Folwn eoutoswr nt0 EIIN O LCIN 8 o'clock "jd close at sunstuL "0 Tyler. loa
commending the course of th--ub following named persons have Any and all twersons clamlunir adverselly the
MAIimrov en. fndTo the Bloard of Public Instruction: appointed Inspectors of said elo~ their #labns to thIt offtijeton or bteforw sakd 6th V"
tees of the intera Izpoeetfn House resolution No. 90, by Mr. We, the undersigned tax-pape and T. F. Owens, J. L~. J'ameson, W. deat Jnt. tvr..
icotsigthe swits of the rail- V 1HNYS.fU11
in d nd lndgrtcoiaemfr Harvell of Santa Rosa-Relating to voters residing In the Willeford Spe- Roberts, one of whom shall ata iH'R .ClUll.Rusa
gn and rlo d gr an d 01 s for custody of bills; adopted. 'cia!l School Distuict No. 88, petition clerk.
swap ad verlowd anda. HuseresluionNo.91 byAnyour bonoisble body to call an elec- By order of Board of Public lo- NOTICE OF' APPLICATION' FO'tR '
The House u][an11imou1sly padi HulieoltonN. 1"bIr tion in accordance with the law, and strtuction this 7th day of tIlay. A., 11 DULD UNDER SECTION 0* OF Cl1APTEU
senator Cones. bill prldlng tWa the Reese of Escanibia-.s-Relating to at a time suitable to yourselves, for 1907. R. H. WEIMI 00. LAWS OfFLORIDA.
stae nad o Ncaio sed o heSWAMP and -overflowed lands of State, tht pari)(Me of changing the boundary Chairman Board Pub). Instmlon Notlee Is hereby given tha't Jno W. Wending
stt otO iusiu40 oteof said district, for the election Of Attest: 'J. L. KEL~LEY. See. andSp.wbsi fTmI) ae
city of Lake CitY for adatlopal par- commending course of trustees of illhe-rses n o h uroeo In -09 vvb&" of Tax f Aprilost A. No1, s 1
poses the old StgoUli'rlt prop, ternDalitprovtoflent fund In fighting naming th. *mlllage to be assessed; NOTIC OF mLCTON 405 e and hmas 0 Wo
uty and aPPropriating ISO to be 'suits for lands, adopted. said district to embrace the following wila. ah ertea
paid to the City Of 14111 City, which House 'foint resolution No. 6j56, by describedteruytwt:Aelcin ilbehdatteT.oTg arb5 property 149016;04 Ir Alaolat
is o iv areeit p uj fr ll r;Talo o QdeenRoatngto All of Bection. 25, .26, 27,. 28, 29, coma school house, In the Tacomiaoy Flrls towitM 30, 31, 32. 38,84, 35, and 36, Township 7, School District, on Saturday. June 6.,5,w ft3 Tlpk 10S.. Il. I N-~ a1sores. claims in connection with the Vol- taxalton; placed on calendar of bills Range 15; also all of Sections 1, 2, 1907. for the purpose, of dotermlaing Tre saki lant ln aeedttedlef
TrtYagainsit the State. on second reading. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, wht-1rno addstitsl be helUnneohtrulaeI tebm
rerous-e'~ bill No 57 y Ai.Fuke 15, 16, 17, 10, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, onlaiged as a special tax shWdie- Ua*A said certificate shall be mdeeM5 aw
No.,, byi...Fa~lker27, 28, 3:;, 34, 35 and 26, Township 8. trict, for the election of three Woes- aorir to law tax deed winl Imsaa terooli os SENATIE PROCEEDING&. 'of Taylor -Relating to charter of Rag 5 loalo etos1 teess therefor, and for the purpose of the 3rd (wy of )une. A. D. MT0.
The Senate was called to order at town of Perry; passed, under waiver 4. 9. 10, it and 12, Township 9, Rang dietermining the rate of illage to be te%' t i o tIa M aA. Dea ah Ii ni., President Harris In the chair of rules. 15; also of Sections 19. 20 and 21, assessed and collected therein for the S, Hi. WIRIC08
Towshp 8Rage succeeding twvo years thereafter. I'd Clet k Cirult Court Al"?s o~uE.., A~
a~daquorum present. ISenate bill No. 378, by Air. Cone- Towshi respne cfly pna 8ocok n ls
in heregla orerthee erenoRequirling the deeding of University B. L. Flowers, J. F. Ward, J. R. ait sunset. The follo)winlg named ?NOTIVE OF APPLICATION MVR ItAX
Dew resolution or bills lntrouced. lands and appropriation of $15,000 to Thomas, D. H. Salter. 'wl b ersons have been uppointod Inspect. I)11U LIJEI S6COTION a or' cHIW
InI conformity 'with the notice given; city of Lake City, was taken up an(q Not(--The above petition -wl eors of said election: J. WV. Chamber- 4K% LAI~b Or FIA)MIDA. 1Ue'inesday, Senator Adams moved, read a second tim~e on motion of Mr. presenlted t,6 the Board of Public In' lun, W. J. Ward, Win. Biurch, one of Notiio to hereby arfven thtat J110,. TV 4, theVot b reonideed byCoumbaMr.Wilisofstruction of Alachua county, Floria whom shall, act as clerk. puruhser of Taxt Ciartflcati N 19
ofa Knightia Mr ilsof at the ineeting to be held jon June Bly order of B~oard of Public In. nate the 3rji da,% of July. A 1). 01
which was adopted an amendmnefi Lvtbecigt'nthigloin 5 97 structlon this the "7th day of May, A. uisde amlioati-i towr tax deed to i"Gi'lf
to the Knight (of Citrus). Increased toad etIihn nte tt D. 19071. R. 13. WEEKS, s'c,-idnce %itti law. Shid oortlfleate er
salary bill, providing that such in- school. Mr. Knight, Mr. WVells and Mr. IiPTTION MOR ELNOTION. Chairman Board Pub. Inlstrulction. 1~,,4" tlhe f,,lwim %- daz bi il:'
Attet: J L. ELLE Se. an u t N I:. (o *-.,'u i (orl Nit 1. 4it.. S"
cre:oe be not effective until 1909, or IKnight of Citrup called attention to To the H, norable Board of Pubillo Inatruotion Attst TJ. 1114 HEIESc n ut ~t i 1142oI.It.'le
at:r heexirtin f hetemsofth caue eqirnga ecip i fll of Alavltua Conntv. Fla.: 'rMe said -alt& 110111i 1sicued as the daty a,aftr te epirtio oftheters o th clusereqirig areciptin ull we, the tiodemlgnerl vuters s~ xpayers BILL FOR D)IVORSCE. the Iiiar tit atuo, too ielit I.,.i the 4a0e 11*
t~h[reetl inumbntsof hes of a- the"- f lke it"Mr.Wels rawa in the 11ocbelle Special 01atio and I15 in the Circuit Court. 010th JudH ciruL of %""'in ('brotilsiii.
LI-em cIL3ea Inubet af ths of- fromL thea city ofr~ Lhake City rAier. Wels
territory desiring to become apan11seretif. Un)u 'uny iid~ n(hact.erito ;w, tax dtiao whIll bprmu oi
fc.Ont roll call the motion to re- of Leon thought It would be the right petition yo ir honorable body to call am elea. Elwba Wiliamty'. Netidan Chisern lidII daw, tax duee wi. lan. the indefinit tiontmi Tit scww W.rdant'eDI with the ldw, (of at1. a. time 110$7.e f tblct
0; .lr th# vote was lost, 13 to 18. thing to put Lake City In shape to a'onps' In yuursdaaewith th loen at ti e 1e rero oliii Wltneus nJv sollal slana tire ga
S,: ator fleard then moved ineiit stablish a good private educational chatwinjg tlie boundary of said terrilory, 4d It appearflu b) affidavit ptilloended tw the hll the 1st dsr of Noav .1. D, IM? i sea for the oie(tiofl of three trustetp.. aend the filed In the above slatied .'muie that N.,a ton %, 111Y~(3
i--otetOf the bill. Senator institution. The bill was read third "r k'e of n~amIchg the milloget. Willlirs. the detendaa't therein rimned, I% a t'd 4101 It ('11 Olt Court As~u imolii(U. 9
A!. rai.edP the point of order that' m'tl e etion your honorable body to eombodly resildont of the State Of 1l1ri46. that akid
time and was passed, yeas 49, nayS 0. in saild dio-triet. the following demecribeil terti' defendant haltbeen absent for mniorp hansilvqv NOTIVIC oFr AI'I'LICATQN l 01 4 tp ilwas not under consideration I tory towit: All of Sections 14. tjol'. I. 3,. dsyh next itrefleditu this Order (if pirlileatif
hI mpl Onle~nsdelttfl f vte House bill No. 108. Chickamauga 28 Ui 2t 37 2& 20. W5) 31.23,2. 1 m od 3W1 and and In orinceallig hitmself so that service of l)XIl) 11NUC)I i47'TION is 0Ir effA bL1~~molmot Seat amenmen in-cnsdiltto f oe the West half of Se'tirn.ii. 18. 1, and 8KA all subpoens oAnnOt bol Wade Utoc blul, and #W. LAWfS OV FI.OZUDA.
biresiideirt ruled the point not mouet eaeaod ti-In Townshlp If. Range SIX: also Ltsb&andi6. Is over the use of swnt3 -me years. Noiet Nrt)ii ~ .n~
roll cal border creasing appropriation from $10,000 Moses K L ev grrant: also- e.'tions 1. 1 4, 11. It is therefo#e ordered Mht said r*sS- Ntc ..golvndtuW!lu~
10' takenI and rlcalwas odrdIt. 13. 14, 23 nI Of. Townahi if. Itapie 31 X; dent defendant he and he Is hereliv purottasr of ITax cortliptialw I o. 15,1
to $15,000. After some, discussion, also all of %ecl oua? eI. 7 .14, 114. 17. l19 and 90. required to Smeasr to the flU Of Con ed the ftod 4s yuf Jutue. A 1570 a!,,: The bill wati indefinitely post-teHuecnurd Twui i lne~ plalat f"e In aiiot cause on or hwflfne fIled said cerkiflooste J. my offlee. sed
1, 1y vto of 20 to 11. th HosRcnure.I 0 Zetrouer. J. K. l'eaister. .1. A. Tuotkier. Aiotda7, the Snot day of June. A. D IA).. LILsdo ailostion f or tax oleed to to"u
Senate bill No. 34, by Mr. Cr11- 0 0. Thlgrpin. K. k. Turner 1'. F". Perry, 0 A. otewiete leatos fsidbl wl tO~dheS fwi i idw4aItik feat p-o~
bilN.21,b ir.Cae .Tbigt'tn. liez Tlillman. A J. Feaster. W. D. taken am oonfe--,rd by said defend ap%, ha'e t heh rounts delioo146 pret iti.
At:iliig ecton207. gnerl sat' Providing for a State geologist, was Tillman. A. A. zet r-ii.-r. J. Roubort Vktrowurr. It Is further 4ordbred that this oruef be led in.'Au tuit l~da o
AlAn eton do 72k enst era ketby radifulld lcd heaen Jr.. C.D. Hdttos t. ;urttiv. J. H.Owens T. bo lhdonas a week for foulr enaothtie weekst Nw 1-4 of 14W 1A he, *T. 10 1., IL iS-.
vialin'rea on fullr slid pl.e onlet t1. sn Tole 1%8-InTh UsIneaville Sun, a newspaper pub s.
inatn to theet touac of kuph byrst ine tG. H.Kusa..S ole .A
".C h ecra eoddar, 2(10o copies ordered pointed. W76Er. Iri6/trojer. P. U. zetrousr., S. u liahe~d IA aajdillounty And htatPe.eladln otnt o~~o tOe"Ao
0tepae redfeod'Zetrouer. ThsMay WI901. tler Csioarit ofn. ofe Annan0bt nlarksio
an md ordered engrossed. Senate bill No. 101, by Mr. 1Hum- 3.nTh H..v Wetition wiltk becrl Court.~e Af true con osorb
*ou t Fl ta. e tottonw l b o ne true copy. of ew rmnleve stll foertiflete .lt~il he
1''t) hour for the special order hay-, phrie-Re'latilug to county unifor-tiheBado 'tllntaco f As Int-all S.M. WI .Sr. C"fie iroult('mt &d~ll toIt 4s oo
ouny. 101klk, t tmeetCIDn tO be held on, If. 11 MASON. 14itliaitor for tUosvlsiosat oni t-he ard day of J une. A. D) Iwo-,

Alai 1ennll and Marion afternoon f1m Movint Pleaanbt M. E.
at o 6f this alty. students of Wes- church.
TO 4);&a Female College, Macon, Qa., Wanted-Manager for branch ofUll Iof f0invttations to be present at the too we wish to locate here in Gaines-------- sixtihth annual commecement of Ville. A4jdreals, with reference, The
tters of &inra" Iatet Baththat old-established institution, which Morris Wholesle House, Cincinnati,
will be held from May -23 to 29, In- Ohio. S ON
ered by far cpaters elusive. The program, which accom- ,Phone A. M. Dicksco. broker,
alles the invitation, is a most In. Gainesville, and per prices, quality
sONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS teresting one, and will no doubt be ap* and quick delyery. Roods sold from preciated by those who attend the Jacksouville add the Watc. Oan give
pt Has Happonedaend What fs Selli exerelses. delivery pries ito sil points.10SA
t Happen Told In Sherg Parrh* W. Sullivan, formerly of Waldo but Chas. Smith of Central, who for
6 That -He Who 1s M 4y ged' now residing at Alton, LaFayette several years was connected with C.
n The Sun. county, whqre he holds a lucrative p C. Pedrick in theb wagon and buggy We have placed ou sale the best as.
sition. with a large lumber manufac- business in this city, has returned
Fr eid4 f9s at6 turning concern, speht Wednesday In to his home, after a brief visit to sortmtent of Plain and Colored Lawns
Blnk leases for a this city with friends. Mr. SulliVan friends here. and Organdies ever shown at the low
ce $2 per hundredN was on route from Theresa, where he F. Ormond of Campville, an old
Ms. J. H. Winter of Waldo wa was called on account of an accident friend a nd subscriber of The Sun, was Special price Of-yOr ch101e for
opng in the city yesadaf* to his mother, who is very aged. and
shopl 5In the city yesterday, renewing his A. V. Hilleary and son, B*t, were who sustained a fall a few days ago. subscription for a year. He was sothe city from Micanopy Prlday. Friends of the lady, however, will be conipanih*d by his interesting little j. A. Parrish and daughter, Mts gratifed to 'learn that her condition daughter, Miss Bessle. -- IP Y ard
nces, were in the city from Hague I9 greatly improved. # For stomach troubles, bilHiousness See front center counter.
ednesdar. Prom Sahtrday's Daily Sun and constipation try Chamberlain's
Mrs. T. N. Smith and Miss Marion Perry G. Ramsey of Wacahoota was Stomach and Liver Tablets. Many itt of Central are in the city, guests trading in the city yesterday. remarkable cures have been effected M Mrs. J. P. 10aunlgbt. W. T. Chesnut of Arredondo, after by them. Price 25 cents. Samples A
irs. E. H. Waters and children serving the week on the jury, return- tree. For sale by all druggists. M ONEYB A CKSILK S
re gone to Macon, (, where they ed to that place Thursday. Prof. 3. H. Owens of Rochelle was
guests of the former's mother, Jesse I. Griffin, a prominent resi. among those who spent Friday in this We have secured the sole agency of
rs. Robbing. dent of the Jonesville section, was .city. Prf. Owens was the efficient the celebrated Moneyback 80ks-every
Friends of W. D. Smith, West Court trading in the city Thursday. principal of the Martha Perry Insti- yar ceerated o money bck .
eet, are glad to see him.up, agn, W. S. Moore of Hawthorn, proprie- tute for the past season. and recently yrd gura&Dead or your money back.
ter several days' connetient to tor of Moore's Hotel, was transacting closed one of the most successful The regular price of the best grade is
s bed with fever. business In this city Thursday. terms in it history. $1.75 per yard all over the world, but we
Mirs. M. K. Flowers and children of Miss Georgia Martin is in the city, Mr. and Akrs. 8. H. Wienges and lit- d
,bite Springs are spending a few a guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Birt. tle Miss Ellen Beal left Friday for have decided, in order to INTRODUCE
ys in the city, guests of Mr.- and Miss Martin is from Hawthorn. hampton Springs, where they will re- the silk in this section, to make the price
T. L. Boulware. Fancy Eggs For Patting-White and niai a few days for thelf health. Mrs.
Mrs. M. R. Colson %as gone to Barred Plymouth Rock andWvandotte 1ienges has not been well for some if Hammock, where she will join for male; pure breed. W. D. Fagan. time, and friends trust that the change $r yard
r. and Mrs. P. M. Colson at the Gedrge Hawthorn of the town will prove of benefit to her. ,If Hammock Hotel for a few days. which bears ?ie name was transact. Mrs. S' d L. Carter has returned Or t Ionth of May.
J. H. Cason, a prominent farmer ing business In this city Thursday. from Tallahassee, where she Nas been tie LaCrosse section, after spend- Chas. R. Sparkman of Waldo return- for the past few weeks on a visit COle to see uS. Our store is not the
the week here as a jurer in the ed to his home Thursday, after serv- to her husband, Representative Carter.
lrcuit court, returned to his home Ing on the jury here for the past four Friends uf Judge Carter, who has biggest but it i- the best in this section,
yesterday. days, been suffering from rheumatism, will)
1r.. W. J. Griffin and son, Eugene, Remember A. M. Dicklon, the grati *dt l thathiscondiStarke, who have been here on a broker, when in the market for gro. MinI iul mrvd ~irs. R 1 1 so nr
>m.' but pleasant visit to Mr. and aeries, hay,grain and feed-ituff. Save
!r. H, P. Holstein, have returned moneyandtime. Write or 'phone Me. MISSTEBEAU CHOOL.
tbeIr home. Both long~diurance 'phones.
Airs. Spence, (prmerly of this city Mrs. S. C. AckI Mrs. Elizabeth Impressive Ceremonies at the Closing THE WOODMEN CIRCLE. Early Summer 8ile at Hyde's.
ut now residing at Cyril, where her Smith, and Mr. an Mrs. L. L. Sand- of Term Friday Morning. Iespite the unfai orable weati'r
uLand holds a responsible position born left yesterday for their respect- Miss )aggle Tabeau's school closed An Interesting Meeting of Woodmen conditions, the store of the U. W. ith Brinkley & Baines, was shop- ive homes in Michigan, after sending for the term Friday morning, which Auxiliary Thursday Night. Hyde Company was crowded all day
Ing in the city yesterday. the season here. They expect to re- ends the thirty-third consecutive year. The Woodmen Circle, Auxiliary of Saturday, the opening day of their
Mr.. Kelley of Rochel'e. Mrs. Shef- turn early in the fall. The terni has been a most succe"s- the W. 0. W., met at the Manonie hall Great Early Summer Sale. The very
1' of Hawthornful one in every way, the erollet May 23rd. Many, many thanks to fact that the store was crowded, 18*
toHauwthoad rs. There will be given an ice cream being sixty-four. the Rebekaha for the privilege. anmuch as they were delayed il get1
isit to M wrs. Kansas Higginbotham, the school bose, for the beris, of the As is her custom, Miss Teheau dim- With the aid of Soverigns Itrooks ting out their vlrculars for the .a4
-81 returned to their respective sfao fu E, forhe i invited to he trihuted several medals and prizes and Nlclrod and Sovereign hi. E in evidence that what few did et omes. retonrn A tion d eme is ensured and this year, Rev, Francis, H. Craighill. Tinsley, the degree work wan beats. them responded promptly and 4o
Jl e H. Alderman has returned it is hoped that a nice sum'will be in the presence of a good audience tifully exemplified. Our talented mu- doubt told their friends at this sale
brief visit to Waldo, where add d to the piano f und. of patrons and friends, making the sivian and much loved Sovereign They are offering 5orni very low
;ro. aIaniedA Mrs. Alderman. The presentation talks. Brooks inspired us all with her music. prices on their different lines of dft
U-' mill remain In Waldo for a Rev. E. A. Sample left yesterday The followfug honors were award- Sovereigns Warren. Valley and goods To one that known the condition r N as a in o r a for Tyler, where he will fill his regu- ed: Howell were introduced in the myster- of the cotton market their prices are
t and others. lar semi-monthly appointment as a First-Miss Dorothea Smith of Ar- les of woodcraft, and we are proud redleulously low. but you must m.
Presbyterlan minister. Mr. Sample. redodo, god idal.
a-nd trs. Dre br rdond, go Idi of them- as members, for they will runmber the 0. W. Iyd Company are
-itad Mrs. Deass of Archer were who has been here for the past few Second-Miss Miijniella Eddy of make efficient workers. In position to handle the output at
0t yesterday, coming up in months, expects to leave in a few Orange Ietights, gold medal. Miss Ora Selgler received many the average mill and in many cases
itots niew Cadilach machine days for his home In North Carolina, Third-Miss Catharine Ciyatt of compliments for the manner in can name their own prices and when

i tII neatest autos in this sec- pleased with this sect and declares ourth-Jesis (hesnut of Gaines- Tihhe omeChirla .te only rsu a too hin ith cu
~:l hei~cor Is wel pleased he proposes to bring his Sampes" ie, gold medal. authorised auiiary of the W. 0. W..

A W.9rent, Jr., for the past two Ihere after a while. He has only nine Fifth- Emana Iwe Hudson of North agd no gentleman can join unless he Warranty and mortgage deeds f#
nchicrlehadee roo- ren. Carolina, gold medal. is a member of the Woodlaea of the sale at ti oable 1*. Fifty e**Me per des.
ition rrin erk n rmt rhe Sun acknowledges a most Wallace Parkham. for deligence in World. Any lady can Sola wh i. on or $8.0) per hundred.
po Ofic. Heno ailing c le ka agreeale call yesterday from Mrs. study and punctuality and manly self- recommended by a toember. We have________r b DS-ofie He 1sscceeda 1. K. Flowers of White Spring,, an control, a hanedsome iprayerbook and a membership of nearly 8tfty and
r '1 th. ays, wo as te old friend and subscriber, who is hymnal. hope to double our bebshptfor.te Th idss r
ofsbtiuevisiting here for a few days, and who Horace Mason. though such a lit- the year i, out. Those desiring toWaend fy,3S
~' tvjt3ofHawhon i ~ called to renew her subscription, tie boy, did two years' work in one*. become members carn call at D. j. Wekee by verWaU.
rti ofHawhor isinMrs. Flo rs says White Springs ia and secured a pletur-book. .11. D~ell's office and he will take pleau- Unhealth'y Klacy% M~ke Islpr Ski
Brief visit to his master, one of the finestt places in the In order to receive an honor in arc in writing iour aippfetionz. It ICC 'I t, e ndlers'l that only
Lit Mr. Martin, who is world)" as she- has enjoyed flne health this school, jpunctuality, deligence. Woodecraft is sugw'rlor to all other ars.ut iii i ,.t r troues. were to be
o ~(f ability. has been there. Her friends la this section and cheerful ch*dlene are required. fraternities incrnzueh as we allow nlo -j le t n ow theder
(goal at Oak Hill, on are delighted to greet her again, and and the pupil muit aso attain 50O per sovereign to lie In an unmarked grav.cae
whichh recently closed* glad to know that she and family cent in mathematical, and 76 per cent Our organizer. .Mrs 8. A. White. ha. nerystdsse
acuessful term. are enjoying fine health. Mrs. Flow- in all the other studies, formed a circds lin Wilitaton and Bron.hvterbeesa
.'ite, a protressive mner- ers expects to return to White Springs Musical compJDomftions were render- so in thet isordr o
Iwler of Newberry. was in a day or two, when she will be ac- ed by Misses Aler E. Thomas and Bunday there will be an ugventrrys u hest nprat
S who spent Wednesday comparnied by Mrs. T. L. Boutware Minella Eddy teing selections from in Wililltoa 'Th** Woodmen ('ircet T khines lfter
.on business. Mr. White anud her charming daughter. Miss Schumann, L~ists Webbe'r and others, will aslst All '.amzps are invitcd toJ- asdpuify thchblordor of the Commercial Kate who will remain at that resort attend. The 'A "ndrnan Circle will tiest is their work.,
iibidng was one of for several weeks. AN IMPORTANT COMMITTEE. mneet June 13ttt at the Masonic hall or Easlt of aderf you can sterseitandi how
of the rtwent fire in that From Swnday's Da~p Sun: feet very menmber he present. quit i', .ntreatirehodv seaflferctd ad

1 S.C. Dll ad CMtai an Mhre. Levi V. Polk of Haigue Came from Bradenetown to Investigate A SOVERVIG;N ,hSOw ery) orges e5ms to fail to, do kts
r t. DelAland Ctw inl were in the city trading yesterday. Water and Sidewalk System. I 1/you are sick or fcel'ie.dly," begn
o lcu, w el Mules for sale or rent Apply at A committee of Bradwattown people Death of MisS StriIsend* takas the great klldaey remedy, .
Ihregressive* businean meen oare to Geo. WV. Sofeld. Gaineeville. comprisiag Mow'sere. Turner and Ward- Miss Phtta istrickland died at the K~Iaswr's awasmp.Root, hersaea as ses
p'ent PWdsday n M. Helle Sadler ha returned from harp. who were sent here to iavestS, bome of her sistri: Mrs. J. E. Fatch, f /toAI rkleas, a re wviJhthaey wt hel3

sooss be in his n f. North Carolina. where she has been cate the city water works and side West Church 'treet, Friday night. Af- illthcovere ay o. ii Ati
"ilb1 oeo thew mos attending college. Her friends here walk system, have r.'turnel to their ter a long Illness. If you: are sMck you cani make on, ni.
~' .j be meiy ofeds are delighted to welcome her home home, after a thorough examination. Deceased has ha as turalid fo take by farnt doctorung jeat kigs.
i'rn Comyi ce.Sch"ll .1aines of Monteocha and D. M1ssrs Tsrtw'r and Wardham ar- many years, b'ut has withstood her f.1w. ll Itav **m s tr grr e t of
oe h sat(dn L Duke. A A. Goolaby and Wade rired on the srly morning traia and so3,ering path rarly. Abs was posse* kidns, reime-dvke sot ga a* e.i. It
Me. ho s ateadas ent immediately to work. completlag ed of a swest pallent disposition, stands theihtc~ I 1*,< iosonal* tIat cures ~tZ Coservateafy of Music. ihomnas of Fairbanks were among their stimeloa by noon. They petted and was tetoi**d by all her trleas of themsttt~dhst **n r,' '.*~ au*od
enin institutions of it those who speat Friday In Gatnesvlle. the water work' plat ia oep:y The remale.s were takes to a ks~t 'wite' ee
Pnited Steas, wre A party of young people spent the wit T W. Shianid. and expressed ee. Antioch Meturolay. where the later* nueiil >1 st
sheb is well plesnd and day picknicking at the Devit's Mill- tire station They aftrerwards s**t was heid in' the family buryng. bottles 'rou mnse
progressia aleely toth hopper yesterday. They returned lavstgaedtheseergesysem gogd.' l"i ******.t5Iswagen
hervoee.Mas Gos late in the afternoon. after having which they declared to be one of the Priends of the* family deeply symps. .- try m i:c at I- .. iej thaye
f ~ a sweet. etWo alr-eady passed a most enjyable day meet percet in e'streeto they had thise with these to this best of bdir lo lr i n C'. tiks ney~o e n wtli p beosee of c landi Huge, a gedthrtes grand- o e. MoreaveEDot whe wrtn to r Kotn. & Cd. VJs
.o*sears la the teeltry when sce of Richard Hsgm t oloead. died The gettlegua left la the a issrwoso NY Ma s as saae
asrhae graduated trul the last alght about 7 o'clock. afters an for their hem, and -t$ o Phrtebu-rig stMgrya .it' mb th le I o uay sw ReL
~' i*o*r'of ab~at t** we**@8 with add will ambe a go t-es pies~ eml a4 The SW O~e 'dres., SunghamsonsK).X,sasevery ho~tsh


atustons to fever. Tbsq tuvs~*11 be h.M *10,hisl
Mlais Al ma h a I and Marion afternoon bMr Roent Plea at M. F.
Oatchof this city. students of Wes- church.
Tpa Female Coege. Macon, Ga., Wanted-Manager for branch oft
UT. o invitations to be present at the floe we wishb t locate here in
----* alsfty-elghth annual ommoencement of Tille. Ad4reU, with reference, The
Stat h. that old-establIshed lstittton, which Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati,
tw d tw! ... ill be held from May 4 to 29, in-. Ohio.
erod by O U r elusive. The program, which accom- 'Phone, A. M. Dickscn, broker,
'I~lsth ivtaSoisaLotEn
-Vdles the Invitatilon, is a most tn- Gainesville, and get prices, quality
RSONAL AND SOOIAL ITEM teresting one, and will no doubt be ap- and quick delpery. Goods sold from
H -p- 'dl ipreciated by those who attend the Jacksokonvile and the Web. Can give
ts Ha appenedand What s 11*h1s exercises. delivery priee t all points,
happen Told In Short Varagre* W.'Sullivan, formerly of Waldo but Chas. Smith of Central, who for
SThat "He Wh* fetn May Read" now residing at Alton, LaFayette several years was connected with C. SThe Sun. county, whyre he holds a lucrative po- C. Pedrick in the wagon and buggy We have placed on sale the best as
tsitton with a large lumber manufac- business in this city, has returned
FWda's Da*y SM. tuning concern, spelat Wednesday in to his home, after a brief visit to sortment of Plain and Colored Lawns
Bibmk leaS for s at i this city with friends. Mr. Sullivan friends here. and Organdies ever shown at the low
ee $2 per hundred. was en route from Theresa, where he
Mrs. J. H. Winter of Waldo was was called on account of an accident ri. F. Ormond of Campville. an old Special price of-your choice for
Mrfriend and subscriber of The Sun, was ,
pilingin the city yesterday. to his mother, who i very aged, and in and ,,tr yierafTenw as popin a-In the city yesterday, renewing his
A. 1. Hilleary and sea, Burt, were who sustained a fall a few days ago.subscrition for a year. He was acSthe city from Micanopy Friday. Friends of the lady, however, will be companies by his interesting little J. A. Parrish and daughter, Miss gratifiled to 'learn that her condition compdaughterd by his Interesting little .
n~e, wee in the city from Eague Is greatly Improved. agtr isBsi.. +nces, were in the city rom Hague is grat improved. For stomach troubles, billiousness See front center counter.
ednesday. From Saftrday' Daily Sui and constipation try Chamberlain's IOWN _"_Mrs. T. N. Smith and Miss Marion Perry G. Ramsey of Wacahoota was Stomach and Liver Tablets. Many mit of Central are in the city, guests trading in the city yesterday. Remarkable cures have been effected MOY
Mrs. J. P. Bauknight. W. T. Chesnut of Arredondo, after by them. Price 25 cents. Samples A
Mrs. E. H. Waters and children serving the week on the jury, return- free. For sale by all druggists. L BS
re gone to Macon, &a, where they ed to that place Thursday. Prof. J. H. Owens of Rochelle was
Guests of the former's mother, Jesse I. Griffin, a prominent resi- among those who spent Friday in this We have secured the sole agency of
. Robbins. dent of the Joneaville section, was city. Prof. Owens was the efficient the celebrated Mfoney.back Silks---every
Friends of W. D. Smith, West Court trading in the city Thursday. principal of the Martha Perry Instieet. are glad to see him up again, W. 8. Moore of Hawthorn, proprie- tute for the pat season, and recently yard guaranteed or your money back. ter several days' confinement to tor of Moore's Hotel, was transacting closed one of the most successful Thile regular price of the best grade is
Sbed with fever, business in this city Thursday. terms in it, history. per yard all over the world, but we
Mrs. M. K. Flowers and children of Miss Georgia Martin is in the city, Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. Wienges and lit- pd
white Springs are spending a few a guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Birt. tie Miss illen Beal left Friday for have decided, in order to INTRODUCE
ys in the city, guests of Mr. and Miss Martin is from Hawthorn. hampton Springs, where they will re- the silk in this section, to make the price
rs. T. L. Boulware. Faney Itggs For Setting-White and nman a few days for thelf health. Mrs.
Mrs. M. R. Colson as gone to Barred Plymouth Rock lndWvandotte Wienges has not been well for some r ad
of Harymock, where she will join for sale; pure breed. W. D. Fagan. time, and friends trust that the change $ g p yar
rand Mrs. P. M. Oolson at the Ge6rge Hawthorn of the town will pro,, of benefit to her. Ift Hammock Hotel for a frw days. which bears bis name was transact- Mrs. S.d L. Carter has returned for the month of May.
J H. Cason, a prominent farmer Ing business in this city Thursday. from Tallahassee, where she %as been the LaCrosse section, after spend- Chas. R. Sparkman of Waldo return- for the past few weeks on a visit 1ue
g the week here as a juror in the ed to his home Thursday, after serv- to her husband, Representative Carter. Come to see u Our store is not the
uit court, returned to his home tug on the jury here for the past four Friends of Judge Carter, who has biggest but it is the best in this section. yesterday. days. been suffering from rheumatism, will4
r. W. J. Griffin and son, Eugene, emem e on, th be gratified to learn that his condi- '"S R ilso n
)Ir. W J.Grffi In sn, ugee, Remember A. M. Dick-ton, the tion is greatly improved.
Starke, who have been here on a broker, when in the market for Iro- to isetiipre. lef but pleasant visit to Mr. and series, hsy,rain and feed-4tuff. Bave MIS TEEAU'8 CHOOL.
rI HI. P. Holstein, have returned money and time. Write or 'phone me. MISS TEEAU SCHOOL. -W
their home. Both longdistance hones.
B o t h l o n g d l e t a n e e h o n e I p e s v e e o i s a h l s n
Mrs. Spence. formerly of this city Mrs. 8. C. Ackl Mrs. Elizabeth Impressive Ceremonies at the Closing THE WOODMEN CIRCLE. Early Summer $*le at Hyde'ls.
ut now residing at Cyril, where her Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sand of Term Friday Morning. Despite the unfavorable weatler
,sband holds a responsible position born left yesterda for their respect- Miss >11aggle Tebeau's school closed An Interesting Meeting of Woo'dmen conditions, twhe store of the G. W. it Blrinkley & Baines, was shop- ive homes in Michigan, after sending for the term Friday morning, which Auxiliary Thursday Night. Hyde Company was crowded all day
og in the city yesterday. the season here. They expect to re- ends the thirty-third consecutive year. The Woodmen Circle, Auxiliary of Saturday, the opening day of the
Mrs. Kelley of Rochel'e, Mrs. Shef- turn early in the fall. The term has been a most success. the W. O. W.. met at the Masonic hall Great Early Sunmmer Sale. The very
Id of Hawthorn and Mrs. Board- There will be given an fee oream ful one in every way, the enrollment May 23rd. Many, many thanks to tact that the store was crowded, II of Hague, who were here on a iRoell Fril ee at being sixty-four. the Rebekaha rotr the privilege, asmuch as they were delayed In ets
it to Mrs. Kansas Higginbothamre *er at Rooshee, r they evening, ate As is her custom, Miss Tebeau dis. With the aid of Soverligns brooks tlug out their lrctulars for the a"e it turned to their respective spianhool hand. for thone is benefitd of thbe tributed several medals and prizes and MclAeod and overelgn M. E. is evidence that what low did ge
Sremturned to their respective piano fntd. veryooe is invited to this year, Rev. Francis, H. Craighill, T'insley, the degree work wa bean them responded promply hd presenthArgood time ispassured and h f d-d
mesI. Aspresent. A god im ale Isoured and in the presence of a good audience tifully exemplified. Our talented mu- doubt told their friends of this
oni a brief visit to Waldoerman has returned It is hoped that a ice om'will be of patrons and friends, makkig the sician and much loved Sovereign They are offering some very low won a brief ist to Waldermano, wherThe added to the piano fond. presentations talks. Hrooks inspired us all with her mule. prices on their different lines of dr
Patt r ill remained Mrs. Alderman. The Rev. E. A. Sample left yesterday The following honors were award- Sovereigns Warren, Iailey and goods. To one that knows the conditio for Tyler, where he will fill his regn- ed:
r twI remain in Waldo for a for Tyler, where he wll fill his regu- ed: Howell were Introduced in the myster- of the cotton market their prices a
.r and sothers.t of Mrs. W. D. lar semi-monthly appointment as a First-Misls Dorotloa Smith of Ar- les of woodcraft, and we are proud ridiculously low. but you must N and rs. Presbyterian minister. Mr. Sample, redondo, gold medal. of themn- as members, for they will remember the O. W. ifyd4 Company ame
Sad trdass om ing r were who has been here for the past few Second-Miss Miuniella Eddy of make efficient workers, in position to handle the output Of
S cit) yesterday, c ming up in months, expects to leave in a few Orange llelghts,, gold medal. Miss Ora beigler received many the average miill and In many case
'a)(tor' new Cadillac machine days for his home in North Carolina, Third--Miss Catharine Clyatt of compliments for the manner in can name their own prle" and whe o r turhIng without mishap. This but will return in the fall. Ho is well Judson, gold mdal, which she performed hr part. they get a good thing their custom rs ,
,xc of th,- neatest autos in this see- pleased with this sectin, and declares Fourth-Jesile Cheanut of Gaines- The Woodmen Circle is the only are sure to share in it
. alth the Doctor is well pleased he proposes to bring his "Samples" ville, gold medal. authorized alitary of the W. 0. W..
Ii,'l it. auhr,!axlayo h O W..
A TV iLrgent, Jr., for the past two here after a while. He has only nine Fifth-Emma lee Hludson of North agd no gentleman can join unless he Warrtel sad mortgage deda Ich ld mail cr, has be prt c ren. Carolina, gold mdal. ia a member of the Woodmae of the sae et tnhls oilee. FIft ense per dog
dr a mail carrier, has been promot- the Sun acknowledges a most Wallace Ifarkham. for deligence in World. Any lady can 3ol who is es or $8,00 per" hundred.
_ th oition of malin clerk agreeahle call yesterday from Mrs. study and punctuality and manly self- recommended by a member. We have
,rr r -Stoffice. He is succeeded as M. K. Flowers of White Springs, an control, a handsome prayet'book and a membership of nearly 8ifty and .r y ) .D a n old friend and subscriber, who la hymnal* hope to double our membersuip before Ofte The ble ar Ae
f in capacity of substitute visiting here for a few days, and who Horace Mason. though such a lit, the year i out. Those during to
+ ..',tit+.W kndh Over.!, '
called to renew her tauhacription, tie boy, did two years' work in one. become members can call at Dr. J. Weakened y
Martin of Hawthorn is in Mrs. FloAer, says White Springs is and secured a pleture-book. M. Dell's office and he will take l,lea.- Unhcalthy Kidncys Make Impurs 8
".. brief visit to his sister, one of the "finest places in the. In order to receive an honor in ure in writing your application. It u..1 t, ..* ,.;T;on*ere, that o
IHirt. Mr. Martin, who is world," as she has enjoyed fine health this school, purtuality, delilgnce. W odcrft la .uprlor to all other urina hs ,t b'l. lr troubles w re to e
r, of ability. has been there. Her friends in thiq section and cheerful uoedihtne nare required. frteratles inasmuch as we allow no hte nhe k esI
< t..tlool at Oak Hill, on are delighted to greet her again, and and the pupil must also attain 50 per sovereign to lie in an unmIked grave. ,iene pro ,estha L-:.. 't. which recently closed, glad to know that she and family ce-t iu mathematics, and 75 per cent Our organser. Mrs S. A. White, ban s nearly all disesets
pac grcessful e are enjoying fine health. Mrs. Flow- In all the other studies. formed a circle in Willistoo and Broo. have their beia
"" h '.'-i, a progressive mer- ers expects to return to White Springs Muical compositions were render. gon. in the ,isorder as
l'",', r of Newberry, was in a day or two, when she will be ac- ed by MIsse Alice E. Thomas and Sunday there will be an ttevell-i t1* mest iportsat
<'r T:t. who spent Wednesday companied by Mrs. T. L. Boulware Minniella Edd'. Iwng selections from in Wl11ston The Woodmen Circli eb kidneys fite
" ,,on business, Mr. White and her charming daught-r, Mtnn Schumann, Li-ts Webber and others. will assist. All camps are Inveited t-o ad prif theblod.','r" tor of the Commercial Kate. who will remain at that resort attend. The Woodoms Circle will fherefu. whenyosrkdnivwsre week
hbulldins was one of for several weeks AN IMPORTANT COMMITTEE. meet Jun 131th at the Masonic hall omt of ord er,4yonunderstandhow
o f the recent fire in that From &Seuay's h Sun: fMt every morbh.r be present. Ies'klyyuntrelrl bt is affectd sad

Mr. and jurs. levi V. Polk of Hague Came from Bradentown to Invetigate A IOVERKIGN |1o ntery orgeanasu t,, fail tu do to
Dell and Captain were in the city trading yesterday. Water and Sidewalk System. -- duyo are or be in
re of Alachus, two well Mules for sale or rent. Apply at A committee, of Bradftown people Death of Miss Sttiuleted. taking the great kkladey remely, r)r.
progressive bsInee men e to Geo. W. Scoield, Gaineavlle. comprising Messrs. Turner and Ward- Miss Phetta istr*Idkad died at the Kilmer's swesp-Root, tweeume uas oo
Poet aWte .Dll Miss Belle Sadler has returned froni harp. who were sent here to lateti, bon of her sister, Mrs. J. E. Ftchti, your a l t y a re well ts ll he
'1 "'o)n be in his mew of- North Carolina. where she has been gate the city 1wAr works ad side- West Church street. Friday night. Af- al convice snyone.
be one ne of- attend colleen. Her friends here walk ssateI, haw, returned to their t* a klng Illness. If you are etck you can make o, nito
n-, ,b eonnre of provided are delighted to welcome her home. hlome. after a thorough examinatkn. Deceased has bee an Invald for lk b asa -t t :ig )nmr L.,i,' ,.
12 F. amilA and tiw e-ztraon ia,, ,ffr, t ,'4
er convon prvd Schell Maiues of Monteocha and D. Messr.. Turner and Wardham a- many years, but has withstood her Dr. Kilaser's Swamp-Rbot. rso, grrt
e l Duke. A. A. fooilsby and Wdade rived on the e.arly morning traln and e CGode, whoFaeratteadeag en trased1itly to work, olspleting ed of a sweet. paLent dispodta, stamd theh.ia.t ,,r 1st,. ti,, hul 'urs
:=ti Coseraty of M Thonm of Fairbanks wrere amongI their miasaoe by oon. Tihe -isited and was beoved h all her frEa s.o the most dssremo mig Ct' .. .C-"i oi stituitios of its t w s ilday In Gainevlle the water works plant ia compare Th, remahe were takes to sin ftyi~rst
nte Snltte, write A party of young people spent the .lth T W. Shad. and expressed en. Antioch qaturay. where the ilter* ese ,lAr .
"-. he is welH pleased as day picknckingl at the Dertl's Mill- tre satisfaction. They afterwards mst was held l the laly brylng. btles 'ou m'
aProt-reA aoety a t hopper yesterday. They retune6 investigated t- werage systes. pound. Isre'e uuph la n...."'h,.aneawpt, her voice. iss Goe late in the aftrnoon, after having which they declared to be e of the Phomds of the feay deeply sppt l, I r, -ag1 e
4 ..J s a w lle e alr a po e a m en bl sai st l it Ie a str tion th ey had th ise w ith t h rn la tbl e he ar o f i sl er t ro p r i a p er
dwiltenem of Cland Hage, agg4 thirteen. grand- esar seen. YiefsnfUEat. when' writanx to F) K"' & Ed.. es
ser to the o r whe' seaa Richard H eelege.u" A* The gemt.lh left in the At ,., Iumaso. LY I e- m th e ,*
thave gpa tre this It might about I d an o dteie, sad it is to Prteu rll se age r at ,lt w L.,o nd the adabass4 e t tabs see w ith ade win se a w*** tows poss- s at th se aea-,assaoa~.e**,oe
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