The Gainesville sun


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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the United $tAte, bad d061 has r*
aub .r;b trned froM Witar *'nk b~
SR~olt bi Chi Spreading to be" in attanoasc at jonw Sti4tilr eloig
aa r~ik s. be comeceen Towns h' ot, *W"e 14V1 Reservr,
,I bi-o .,, tColleg, of wich he bsatute
11 "Ay ar Col. Chubb spk thbget
*WYA bLsOWN wwNOR t~a iUM11121 .ABOUT 117,0W tAKN favor of the college iad #a ftaity. do 1VAR41ft, ANIL TO BE SEt~
olartin thatthemW" l tb
00 talmayn to'a~W ~ao the Intlre Pes~e Soth a-more mccoa.ftl orat anowe AslOl"4". alsltt
fMuch of WI~Mvn.api h *i bi' top" t Veohant''Warins as If 6 as Sgreesbie tW. P1S00 11W Wahingtono
I ow esa' M4f5 is Val ex~lu~Wt Lo"Ppmoaen Are Insarl~sd Wb "IU 4slt tb Publicly 0011011160t fv* Arm4 ioql-s Joan-.sev
a Naval Resserve.urhof ~QWI Wr K~e
lea L.,Jim. 1.-E'k0 4oiR XbiaWOrd (Wl Amnoy, ChIna, Junes I.-An Iopt- Mr. Chubb said. "M the *e"Ier P4*' 0,b 1.-rnh~i
4905 ft" LAks -a-ic and, lill- 00@b out ?Whnth etion Uis' broken ou't 40 06" Jp and eloqience of his Wip~su on It~ is thradtftl *ftb Complete pxaraiy
a sotutr Cas lae lot ourt Mr. fm *Ws from A.woy. -N" occasion. It was. one of .thko most .4. a16*of Uw general ;Irike
1w ~ ~ t eftb ""a t V"tr Oif pro 4Pi4pytosn eei50uder pustrly offorts I bve ever beard,.0c WalrsbOI40119 to teraa
1SC~E~ ~ tIW P~WB% n 14.a4 t I~i(0b al on i lapg audlmace was delighted "M Wbk wh illuw~t into op'A~
Of of 325 ~ 15bO~t Sa tYD~t 5 ~~r~Sl~g tO Si w#1 mu hspsssed.with the subject ~ tA~t.Pts@ ~ia~e
jr.41 f~ by." ill 'eaCourt& ill rW near Amoi. 'The towu ot The naa aesrde thei;-s ia,.I. t?150 Il m~ ' P
1readto is Bending 8,900 troops to, do* i now friends ble hisiet to witer th uf*3)tUD baiI
bar he yow ifel as an IN trk ndvoWe to Aefartng life. T!.-,,a
~~e~~a~~"IdIsequlr the' sodd warship ak ripu h-ilrmme
l.pu 3s 'I~ve 4' tha ysi 40e1 10"aws an foro b0r aboutgT 10meo
'bal ty *In a s rtn ha he American consul #A Col. 00ub beates toa ths at n war tftt
Noleth s and that Ns will Ie- Mr. Prdock, cabled 'to the Itoto'do- Co.Cubit"th," wf icly he s rIapsne ft
sept qq1, nt eoeteci atqeta ahntDIs of the most successful te~n R6mifts l hettr prin
th ~patet ati Wsh t on Mad him his m dercshont marine ms ela ot, a.lcowe, low, -itidnutn hta amdursa a has ever held, and the trustees and merchnt maie aswha '.nuen hta re p~igernnInscribed In tieD
4""dI~ou replmr toIswf be-en reported at Joan, 501011"l souhfmtyfl MLae. reerve. Th'e executive '-ominut
0s0oales lut 1 b ad ubat les of Amoy, that several o~cio1s iad -'of the pjational Seamen s ii., 0 r
p5J~ ~14 i w1chIg he imi ,~ been killed by moldierc.and that the -5RS ES dTS 4"rd the strike became. i %,
~ por lowed Mr. Qqld's repy. rul asukon
b~th to" whc tome trul asukon bsrf~ the union regard iii, pi-p
OpduLUd 90O k-c oW hihvJ....iid t AM s MornolIW Day Was4 Duly Obsorved. soo, '" nw bill increair~;.
"-""W W woe a uw m o .. voliultii oq~ umout. slmost large COMMfSSION 13 KNJOIM#D. 4coldont to Lady. fro~n 10.80 to 172.60 ill th,-a.~
~ 4~ ~ to the ba"s9 ontalning the bill Of
Pb ~* omplatits pl~ed upon hIni Otrougfk Now Freight Rate in North Care- Mioe ue1-eo~lDy*aiA'n rm$5 o$
counsel a fortnilght ago. lino Meets With Objectorsa. was duzly commemorated by the hoist. CagS 91 captains as being '~
_________ ~~Asheviile, N. C., JueInJdelg of the Natiftal nlag at the town h-eprststaI'~di*
NtE W" 140h ricATeN Jutbr gi~e neijnio hail Cale Yearwood of the Gainesville Onto~L that'the tle-ji is(iv2
tp~uigfew d4f alt WAaantteIrrto omssive University sounding the appropriate thUm dtarnin, tav HI
e $ thepale, tkreaten- Wonde rful Norvo Displayed by soy of North Carft on petition of the ca1l onl the bugle i finestyle, andchnepottecrw '-ryI
~m~le, ~uyoatqs Whoe Arm Was Ainputatodwi Carolina and Northwesternf Rallway decorating of,-the graves of By*e Fder- their skps. The goverlnsrit v-'uit.
hareben aj ~~*hi ].Belln, June 1.-A 14-)'ear-old company, which road runs between at oilers; wih Dun. and Il$wosu l ord.eedthe *smy
B'udpossible, *Srgi, buyottho. boy here has astonished tbe prominent Chester, S. C., and Lenoir, N. C. Mrs. A.' D. Hicks had the, misforbte ftore to l ed 11sek:Ummersed In water. *'The Burgeon, Bsroni Von ml1sleberg, by The road has about 73 miles of track- of dislocating her hip on Wednesday. twee0 Ins4 r a ha er fie
-iof thoe parish s &bout' ihe remarkable grit he displayed In age In this state. and a restraining As sht is an elderly lady. It to very aslop, bmt he transportation 03.
a~~o ndergolng a~n operation. T'he boys order was centered returnable at this dW410tul It she 'will be able to walk1 'paf '*,-~by surprise anid
'sofern portion of Catculscu arm had to be amputated.- He rs- otty on the 27th .of June next, re- again" without as~istAnoe W1191 'A thewueinlef the stirs..
lf~ w~tb lies north of Cameron, fused to take an anesthetic brought &training the 0001161alo from Putting las bead ft412n e wpm resUng'haslly. -Tn ocilai., of I e Frenuch trat* d~wfooped. As Oucnh raln foil up, and wanted to see the operation. in operative the passenger aU4 frehgl~t Friends tf Mrs. Rome mill 'be sorry Atiatc company ope that the ye' Wp bout lA-ke Charles, stoping H1t .sdated all the Persuasion of the rate sct reently passed by the logis- to hear that there Is no Improvement sel LaProvence will be abip to
railways and f rIoG Many surgeon who ultimately yielded. The leture of this state. I he odtofo aveStrahtte
to waft *tbigb-dieP to their boy did hpt wine and made no sound" Th thegtiu oft th oolito
Bs ridge* eKe under *a- throughout, but watched the our- which the Injunction was Issued. are LBaldwtcnvion a Retur on d o tHe dot ce9a0 thtsewl eal
i*% "sy W~att.- geon's work with kee'n attention. He similar to those on which the Eputh- aspst courention at Rh ich on He ral the 50.aiq r t
said afterwMv* that ;tha sight was so emn, Norfolk and Western and Ao as pn fu asa heJqetw enrlytecmpn- r S
fltrLt WnTr't~4 SPERADO. interesting It was "well worth thie holders of the Atlantic Coxs Line~psto.M.Blwnr~shy oiint oretenn .b
pain. seoured similar injunctione, and am Ing had a very pleasant tr601 Ing members of the naial r setw
Hundred end FIfty Sht Fired nl Dr. Von Uslsbiarg recognized his In brief that the rae toductlon Is go _________ crews. ir subject to hva'y Pd*
Running Fig~ pluck by giving him a watch, excessive that the railvaY will be SNOW IN OHIO. alles for lnswbiordination, but It IN
~~leetn. d.,~ 1-A~t3I~ dpried f ay r~ur frm Is pp. -regarded as more likely Ilia t!IfY ft
t boa y fti o r twon, hours, I~ des-& Prt of ny reunfr indtd woD it_ i- Codi h ot.-


-i p~,t Thjpougl ~he blood, 4eee rcrl4 eateneration tro an t
Holy Tomity W"s Coid o as$,transmuit them to th~r 1ild1rfl, 0441 e. t, aosn du.ii +li
K~s Wwaa~s lst~al u VAin for Yomx god years ift~ the tutti mo4q h blo E
a#A itimjs the blooAi IIs puBrW.Aa4 P tracef of tho trouble eid P01001JAM DR BUT FINE lay tti ieoSrflab t t dah 41tbrAe~i bnd
~~~ I,, m~~~whissfble disease will fiualr UL~~~U h lwhalhadw
I&ie tts viti %he a5A ~ @fSr ft SenOlarged
O~~~~~~ie~~cfu Th thua Pue usclTeas ~ ~ ~ j) p~a
0 On ofth PAN usicl Tobtstuno~abd te lieck whih 4 b~ 00bepam discharg it,~ rr
M~s Har I G~nsvli-.rgflZ-weag jM Catarrh, of the head and tbzm4 0l4aM~#,ec The ro
ad~bin snoe Leadershi larnee L Catgbil th bones,re~tn
varloo"' W I odIUder AWom'4 hl ~ OW.LCdWht wsmilling, or hip diseases H X h id how l tha t edi
nts",. 10 wal-4-r".Gph~d umses.loss of strength and energy, and afe owta1t(
Tha~ays aiy u~is entirely destroynthbrgted pmcs, nutritive q~i
T rkysDiySmof, the blood. =coIs.a being a constitoadb'se one a flfct
lose~On om, theo largest and most refined entire. circulation, must be treated with i :randy that huill!s 1,P
d..auienwcste assembled in Gaines- strengthens every part of the systems, which ban so long been deni at., am Bowd of ville assembled s5the elegant new strength and nourishment it should have hcs1v~M from the blo)! S. ks
of ~lingua Holy Trinity 2"66oapa church, Wed. is the best of all blood purifiers and the greates*tL 4fal tonics, and 1(thref
nesta evnog heoasw the ideal remedy for Scrofdla. 8. S.8S. searcbeSE Oat and destroys :
g~ ~ 110, 04' ai~ 9bJR )#Tif. 4 V H RiNG*.' taints and poisons, gives stegh, richness 6"dvigir to the blool
a grand awred wcoert for the chan- pemnnty oog
*I~q~Scrofula permanentlyScroso morso tliremoves the trouble fro::i tLi, t oithe oeN ~ A eek s~eaI W~irIf 'Tat Twncel fund of the vhurch, whielh was that no signs of it. are ever seen again, and pastert ssat~' .
*m6" a~g Many frneo tefies uscl reteee with a cleanj, pure blood supply, which is their rightful inherin' S. S.&
a~el'senin te ril H~hS~u, My 1.Mrs M ~heard here.. The program, which was while thorough, is gentle in its action, and the healing vegetali. k. e
*.* Ii us ohe Tampa, Suink tes Mar pa.-ry T.P. especially attractive to those educated which compose it build up every part of the arstem. Bi&W.
Sis ft f amp, UMO11jav a ar patyThus-in the more refined classic music, was and medical africe free. TEE SWMF SPC 4OCO., AMLA 1k,
*teTampa and Ickgow day *ikvh hchws ng,'th
whic wa one01'thevery highly apprecited, and was anS general supein'Iutud. most.4sI1btfy social events C*syflos
AtlaU". Cos Ln, ak* High' d~4mks.i Tite popularr 60W aolw:~I' a
~A Jdge alneyrqesm was I*;= .m played, And Miss Kyrie Elie"~ (from Festival Mass 98" nu'Im ~ m t~k 'r
4~ar irn~ ilaas ijwa o frs riean. Chorus and Tenor Solo. m ll i @ pring
A.gentfeman's. re.Ee
"W~Os oitated that tbegn t*z5hmmtt wesr Served. Those Solo-"Oh God, Have Mercy"... .MenWA~gt was to conest presmifr -Mrs. J. H. Sais, Mrs. delasohil.
id,~~e of rhe ia). E~hel VUep, 're aarew, Miss Rev. F. Stuart Hyatt.
-~ mate, a union dot -Maudoe a, 30ws Abbi. Barra, Gloria................... Wiegsad
h iach the peolde ea. Mrs. ffi*L. Grady, Jirs. M. P. Sum- Chorus and Tenor Solo.
111160111 414. wDere, Xow'sIof Htch*IL. Mr. Rue- Solo--"Song of Thanksgiving".. .Alitb.I~u' ogs fo~ Glot-sll Frin. 114 isews, 1,,H. 3allIi, KII- sen
~I~~sw~ p~y Itiigagbrew, dizappoo, M. P. Summers, r. Mrs. W. S. Prlindle.
4~~r of; oil* bond, cti. M. Blao ksbear, Jesse Missile.I
W~setti "0.s, It wagsviy. There wp a union S9unday schoolI Veni Creator............. Wlegand.
rear of the rall~d picnic ft Pte Springs on Thursday,SornadTerSloadChu.
'~*tbw roads wero-willinh which was attnded by a veir large Organ Solo (Vrelkslieb).3. Mndelssohn.
*anything r oa bie, as- crowd. Win. Packbain, Mlus. Bach.
I1Sm tigthat considering The laftil of the Presbyterian Credo ..........--*... ...Wiegand
>s~eU 'Would pot be excessive, church g*Ve a Strawberry supper on Chorus, Soprano arnd IBarithne Sol6s.
; WVe Axroti wiling to Saturdiy' 'nlght, which was at very
,Vth the wishes of their pa. pleasantQ0 iittodtable affair. o.....Mr.WS.Pnde
Miss Ousts LAmbdin, who has been Snts ~ign
A*outlob was presented and visiting MISS Maggie Morrison, has Chrsan1o1an oo
riequestig the railroad om- 'returneO to her home in Jacksonville. Solo--"The Lost Chord.....Sullivan
to complete' a union station M1,iss iAbbio Barr. has returi~ed Rev. F. Stuart Hybatt.
two yealls. fromn Suthjerland College, where she Benediction ............. VlegandTlEFES IEA SPIU I!lOI .
Ir to rusts, the representa-. recently &~aduated. Tenor Solo and Chorus. bEFISTX I LSRNUIN IR DA
.~utdthe chair to appoint 'On the evening of May 29th the Organ Solo (Polonaise In A)..Chopin Never oveflows. Bathing cannot be surpassed for health and pleasure, ci. i,~
int th Wi. Pckhin.Mon Bah. tiam. Dyispevaia and kidney Trouble or bln Dweases. kledant park, coo) 'iin J4A
to onfer with the ril- Pythian Sisters Initiated 'note W .Pchm u Bh. rolling pine land..I
engineers In the matter of mysteries of their order P. P. 'Wood Newbotel and new furniture. legilit 1,eda and table fare. Room&s witti w '.. codesiabl alt, Wprobbleand r. impsn. he IititionwasAgnus Del ...............Weigand well vaotlsred and lighted With eas. Ten-foot Porch amond tite house., ny
~a adeIbeitt poalan .Sisn.Teiiiinws Soprano, Tenor and Baritone The scenery is unsurpassed In Florida.' Large both douse and large hoit et
ofaunion station Such An to followed by a banquet, which was one Soo mdCou.5Ilts tobosf sld.sru-boards or walkq at any depth. Games of aii kind, -1- v '3X I
etc, A mtion prvaiQ toof the bst evergiven i Hiladieshga. SlosiandreoruslIwdieteanin:;lboatiaug;aboatigsandnflbidancingcina ilion.n etq, ~~~~~~ ~ hs AWh Soannga.e oo tebs vr ie nHihUrha Situated tnur mile from Apopka. oin Seaboard Air Use.Rairoett, where is '.:A 1TI
49o, m was carried, and the The application cards of G. W. East- Toe'b Sn.teamusoesto Springs. Rates: 12 a dav. $8 a week; special rates to parties(:, ,
fp appointed B. F. Hampton, Sec. e~slin and W. B. Anderson have been The soloists on the program were who furnish tbir own Sutsbse one bath. towei and dresizsg-room, per day) f~ i, 'I', e; hCN
of the Board of Trade, W. B,. recolvetli and they will be initiated as follows, each artist doing his or The S. A. 1. hIt. will "it roume-trip tLoketg from oals to Apopka for $2., iz. f,, daJ B. .' Thomas, X. E. Cannolh 1pi the near future, N her work with great credit: WEKIWA SRNSCM AY oi [ly SpngFlorid
1R Jarvis. hirs. E. B. Godwin of Paradise Is Soprano-Miss Bessie P. Brown,SPIG CMANWkw [Ca] prns
meieting adJourned, subect to visiting Mrs. G. W. 'Easterlin. Mrs. J. A. McKInhtry, Mrs. W. S.
Sof the chairman. Miss Murry Futch and Miss Annie Prindle. Mirs. B3. P. Richards.
Lou Hodges are In Gainesville. where Tenor-31r. W. E. Cadwallader, I'0 LAY AMP ITE.they went to attend the commence- Prof. R. W. Clothier, Mr. W. bit Dale, 1

ill Canis of the University Hugh L. rutch end Clarence Barra Baritone-Rev. J. Stuart Hyatt 1z.O zfor=
Left for Phlibrofen. are hoine, afte 9- year spent at the Organ-Mr. Win. Packham, Mus. p.E OLE. MGR
~Slgbeen signed to duty at Ui~nversity of Florida. Bach. E O L .M R
thenowcap stere- W. C. Summers spent Tuesday in The chorus- was composed of the -&bEsf4ts of Title and full infomation furnished regarding lands Is l
sin te ew am ste Jacksonville. following, all possessing excellent SOCIII117 Out manager has lived in this dounsy thirty years ad
selected by aW of the Legisia- MIAii2hntnnriad tu1o s t borou~hly sonlversant With IaNA stie

avell of Ba"t% Roea-Thankft t40
4ear sad St4pohes of House ad
NtAT t e ai 'of a leks ad 8ci'bs T E JOY OF LIV
.of Tallahasee for services and courts. e" a A R mas s Q~M3 IOU
Al S sles during the session. Adopted
unanimously by rising vote.

iber) Senate bill 49-Mr. Crill's pure food
Caes ag "bill, which Was pending on adjourn- N--a-ij g'y ( likes a $n ment, was taken up ahd *he reading
MISKEY PAYS hair drying. Something O mished. Aendments by Mr. Russell
ao ske tM hair more manage- adopted, inserting, word "not" in sevRs t S eral portions of bill. Mr. Russell
quor Lcenses Rars t Wb; to keep it from beTng moved the rkles be waived and bill
and Dollars, But Th :~ 0~ s. or from Splitting read the third time; agreed to and
Big.icese noThsbOfPopw O ..u Liver ?fdcu
ig LcsIr at1 the m ds. -Something, too, the bill passed, yeas 46, nays Li Mbdic
More Days of Legislature of 197. the feed the hair at the 'Mr. Watson of Dade introduced
The Senate was called to Order at same Time, a regular hair-food. House bill No. 97, thanking Mr. W IYou W ei
30 a. In. Wednesday with P'reident e i Knowles, speaker pro tem, for services A OUARANTEED CUR r all diseases produced by TOt,
:s I0n the chair and a qirum pre ll-fedharwll bestrongand during the illness of Speaker Mat- PID LIVER and IMPU R PLOOD. Do not fill your system
i intewill remain where it belongs- thews; adopted unanimously. with Arsenic, Calomel and Le. Th act as rank poison
e following new bills were intro- the head, not on the com Afternoon Session. which vitiate the blood, the system. and leave a tral
"e following new bils were intro- Oqth dnooo of bad symptoms which r years to obliterate. HERB.
d: bestt kindof a testimeonial- Afternoon session called to order INE is purely vegetable i contains no mineral or inarcotio
senate bill No. 44, by Mr. Baker- olt for over sa rs.speaker, poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of %
bi by a r 5 .ve 'at 2:30 p. m. by quorum nature. It carries off all pdeom in the system and leaves no
ting to power and duties of State .l present. injurou affct son
editor. Under waiver of rules the SAAPAuA. By unanimous consent, Mr. Parkin01 was read the second Use a fwl. 91148 so of Volusia, Introduced House bill An a
otion to place bill on atl *uealeM MV m No. 592-Appropriating $750 for the R "
drawn and onddoratio tempo- ... .relief of John .,. Dudley, representa- Mr. L. A. H hdell, Tem says "I ws
ily deferred. bi tive from Hillsaboro county, who has Ick is bed for ell esthe with liver trble, the
'bill 49 by ... Crlbo h
Senate bill No. 47. by Mr Masey No. 49, by Mr. Cr, being the been dangerously ill for several weeks, doctor seemed to se so good. I wa told to try
Relative to funds now In treasury pure food bill, were read, with House having contracted the Illness in the er binseand it s meI a short time. les
ReatvetounsIO 11444. amendments, whlch were concurred sweasanad this woeful mediciae too hisghlY.
credit of pension und 'am dments, which were concurred charge of his official duties; passed t
cedpi o Psin In with one excebtlon. TAK IT NOW I
e applicable to o .n unanimously, under suspension of the TT
slon act of 1907. The rle were WAIV- Printing Expense rules. LARGE BOTLE, M 02T Ta 0ENU E
ed and the bill read the s d senator Adas moved that the Son House bill No, 330, by Mr. Milliner B ll d S o L ment Co.
third time in full asd passed, S to 0. ate ftoonsider the vote by which the --Protection of fish in 8uwAnnee and i m
House memorial No. 165-A memo- "dment of 8enator Tr'ammell in Little Withlacoochee rivers; passed, WK %L A.'rial to Congress of thae United States, rQg tO the amount appropriated under suspension of rules.
asking for appropriathlfOR t aep glnW for priating was -lost.. Roll call be- Senate bill No. 93. relating to disad improving bar at New Bymmrna ing ordered, the motion to reconsider quAldfication of judges; passed, under D SMY
d deepening of North iLn and prevailed and the amendment increase suspension of rules.
Halifax rivers, was r in -fll and j I the appropriation for printing for Eduostional Tax. W__h O B-_____ S O W
......... f 2 0 last half ot 1907 from $7,600 to ... ,!
adopted by vote of 29 to 0. last half of 1907 from $7,00 to Senate joint resolution No. 325. by .
Messages from House ok, Represent- $10,000 was read. Senator Adams Mr. Buckman-Providing for levy of Established 28 Yars
strives were considered and bilpassmed stated he had a communication from special tax for maintenance of Univerboth houses ordei referred to'com- the comptroller's office stating in ef- sity of Florida, Florida Female Col. We handle the
mittee on engrossed bills. ,4House feet that while the smaller amount lege, Intittute for Deaf, Dumb and messages relative to Senate hills in. might be sufficient, it would be well Blind and Colored Normal, was call- Be8t M machinery
Blin and, Colore Normal, was call- Best M achinerhY
definitely postponed ordered spread and perhaps necessary to have a suf- ed up by Mr. Wartmann. Passed, 42 upon journal. clently large amount in case it was to 13. T nuAND. Our o alstomers ibyn lO q'
needed. The amendment was on roll TIOU.4ANDA. Our @sles In 190"
Expense of rn nt. call adopted by vote of 16 to 15. A Mr. Decker of Hillsboro asked to amounted to Nearly Half a Million Dollars. Write for estalognes-we o ,
The Senate then resumed the con number of other amendments were tale up House bill No. 268, by Mr. save won rVnney. We have no connection in gckannvill, Fla.
sideration of Houe bill No. 546. mak- offered, those defeated and those Dudley, his colleague, being the bill Yeor immediate or future eeds can be supplied by us. Address Ing appropriations for the expenses adopted being practically on the same tq appropriate $15 000 annually for l~ a) orltin fr h epess dotd eigprctcll o hesaethe Florida Sate" z id-wlnter fair, M ". LSB "Y C 0 M P ..A T
of the State Government and depart- lines as those of the first section. the Florida State nid-winte fair, o St A
ments for the two yearaponding June After a long debate on various se-. whclh was agreed to and while the 41 South Forsyth Street. ATLANTA, GA.
3,19.clerk was getting the bill from the ,,,,,. ...
30, 1q09. tons which lasted off and on during le a eie from the
A m ssage was received from the the entire day, the bill with its files a message was read from the OSAR N. SANDERS PERRY M. COLSON
Governor and consideration of bill de- thirty-nine amendments, wa final- Governor, showing the financial referred, while message was read. This sources of the State for years 1907
referred to Senate resolution No. same wpas referred by a v ote of 19 con- and 1908, amounting to $1,492,677.28, requesting information relative to the with necessary expenses of Govern.
e urreqce in Senate resolutions. EALERS IN
State bank examinations being made ment, exclusive of special appropria. ----DALERS IN-by clerks in the comptroller's office. Raise in Liquor Liense. tion, $1.361,126.10. The message was
The Governor transmitted a letter Under the special rule adopted, referred to the committee on finance en eral rch an
from the comptroller, In which It was the Senate then proceeded to consald- and taxation. HARDWARE, STOVEIv FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS, FURNIFrUR ,
stated that seventy-seven examine. ration of House bill No. 508, this be- The Tampa fair bill was taken up6 tions had been made in 1906, and Ing the general license tax bill. The abd after considerable discussion, New Store, N w Goodo. Complete line of Lidles' Sprirng Drs Goods. FlPreeb. thus far in 1907, and these had been bill was read the second time in full passed, yeas 34, nays 23. Fancy Gruceies. Carload of Furniturev us being opened-all at Low.
made y Clerks W. C. Croom and W. by seions. Senator Humphries of- House adjourned until 9 a. m. Thurs- et Possible Prices. LArgess SBloe of Goode Ever Carried to
X Mlintosh, and that no per diem fered amendments which were adopt- day.ster A e.
had bee ed th b pe det ed lucreasing liquor license o $1,000, CoIson Block Trenton, Alachu County, Fi,
dmeet. them by the depart of which $500 shall go to the State A Happy Mother ,.
Pay of Legislators.- and $500 to the county, Ld requiring Will see that her baby is properly 7*. *M. G*,. PrMidft W. E. Ta Voa, OubiN
S~nator West of the First cast a an additional municipal tax by incor- cared for-to do this a good purgative WUo. W. Hrn. Vle-PMidae Las Gaan.s Ases. Osei
bombshe.ll by oferig aen et prated citimef and towns of 3600. necessary. Many babies suffrf.T EF R T IA I H L B
bon~&I yofrn naedetSenator Crews scored the, adoption frm worms and their mothers don't"=
pen..,fo ye .: d :-w of:: $ .- Ma-ny babies sd = TH E FIRSTH NTIO0NAL BAN
CUttirg down item of Legis laive e*- of an amendment requiringl dealers in k~ow it-If your baby is feverish and
that if the pl o $ stating cider, beer or other intoxicatint doen't sleep at night, it is troubled
taied nomy 'w to drinks to close their places of bust* 'with worms. White's Cream Verml. O W .T TT. 'W1 ,be maintained the Legislature should nao udy wl la~a hmwrsI
str a om, tSeammm n ator Buckmaa offered amend- a i* pleasant way, Once tried JNi .J.L~ lbS
udao asaso rdaed ~iwl la~ottoO" .. .,UNITED STATES DEPOSITO R Y.
IOf ldhaem be of redStean mets reducing license tax o mlal always ued. Give it a trial. Price / apha. ................. 0,000 00
HPs of tr o e ate an4 clubs selling liquors from Agures in 25 cents. Sold by W. M. Johnson. ........... ,......... 20,00000
can from 6 to $5 a day. Thej11lthe bill to that imposed ander the ex. 17, 0
oail being ordered, thee were umer- listing law. Senator Humphrles.stated A *usinsse Change. Interest Paid on Savlap Ameanns sad CertiSesse of Deposit. All
amue melanaton o VTe Sand some while be was opposed to the sale of A. B. Oliver and W. J. Hanter have Teasses d Proupsly.
lkt by a close 14 t 14, and whiskey in any form, he till thought consummated an important deal, hav ... TA YLOR
a tneral feels of bett 14mor the cpubs weakened the sa ns and ing parehased the livery of Huster
seeed to pervade t be favored the amedaet P y wards and D. G. Edwards. '
see~e to erven atoelm these aumendments were adie and The new firm proposes to go into ert n d ",*
b.r when the vote was a, tm increase provided for from cMtbs the busness on a rst-class and ol-eE 8 iiwd the exita teatlO w sole- l ted. Sector Willis otf tas, scale. They wi throuhly OLD JOE,
e hat relaxed. menato hmr bu ed a ameadmeat prohibiting sale of renovate and remodel the awards' e an sendmen t amt wn a raes In dry sa ad w"ik "b theaen e ht" OLD VEL VECT, 7i
to some extent itemg amount alp- cots amenmnt lost. Seao -~ ,k tO be fon in thi s
P!cr~td o h~itlfo nsn. Joanson offered an amend meant re setono the State. TD A
Homeae Mmeage declag lioease on undertasers in _'____w___J___Cosideratie ofi s bil wa e to of over 5,00 population fo m De Ne Neglet te Cl* s M A R K R O G ER S ,
ferried for a few mbts whlte the $5 to $10; agued tt lot. Iater At this season of the ar the Art ant oultkeu .e amendment by Senater H re mtral looseess of a bM'sbo OLD AR5 R,
Idrefe bills to a....min gy ag deced the license to $25 Seaste es s h ave immseuiate attenttes. w
t* Laving passed be h e Harris offered smsdment tIapo* The best thisn that ea be given Is wVN
roelag lMcease on ferries for freight or 9
&Lator Nel mv** te rtle s pasengers of $10 in dtle of moe ros Reedy followed ta eeter f CA80ADE
s tried and that s seot. thas ,000 popet ka and $25 to as drte with ec .o tt e AND OTHER
0. 248. by Mr. pag at cities at less than 1000; sendent Mr For sal by all dAND OTHER
P Msn co~ahln semedment M *
yng to aportuleas bt, re th At the suggestion of Senator Cr. And Still They Wed.
"O t"" h d b.n ocaietio of the U.en bill w.s W HISKIES.'
i e.~g u~mo ,o wp4 rl r consider horns 'a Jwdl5 MU, d s th-e.-, L
~rulaiwtt~ te ****==nu***s onte tax se*uament las t~ dayS, heS Semed Uewhee t h e .a ad olleelte s f reense bill. The I the bowin ae rd:
____. .. ,,,, an e e sn T .. Does. Maui s. g
B.-, ...-.--d----a--- Anheuser-Busch Beer
am e enerates- =a Armstress se ar dn Tol S s
mWreforpi A W 0ALTT. We we e

leasese tgive** ****i.

4 I_A _f, 4., thing of the po"t Industry" W'hITk

REwS OF cm, ~ M
T.~ Uoby fWad Iaig ORT JO D ZD W.Z A~ 'Wants L. C.
~I~eIYX~O~d4ft Thing ot the Ind=ty t** l rAlee h
j Mins 1AIa Frser of Ardoudo, the
PJIEACI4ER 11* COUNT A $Wift* POTATO ZXKR P1pur Pr'ncipal of 'the AnOredQd WAS PAi~tINfG GRACY ~
ipbool, was In the'aity for a few hours
Arrested for Seallfg W44.e Mr. Sedbeyo" Prodjscts Have ra behn5 eO rotet hr oe from Scaffold hC
in Al#oclus, irber~e will spn WheunWic
104pad Guilty ani Pid We1 Pipe. Rmoenlzed Throughout ~nt South da.31,Frsrhg neclet, DoofareS Inl Bill Of Complaint
6*r Nego Seat 40o: -d OIL as Beng of 9xoeptlonal QtWIlty. *A~d1 satisfaction it IL teacher, both to, the Not Soewely Made-A Case W
or Hoe Case Appealed. $1+is I Sh1oolg SNips. by Milli1ons. Patrons and pupils, all Of whom re' Will AfRM~ Attention.
lov~ o Johngard her very highly. They hope to N~cholon, a hU'~S 00111 tO hOno Eli tO tb haveher back s"aj next team uth I''
negro, for boosev -ay advantages afforded by Plorida, es- in thbetc* Court Of tit- Lighth
t~hl int tioblspecill-this section. in eithe a com Attention Is Calle t6 the &dVetIae- Liia Oh-6it' In and for'Al
tfo. DWmeOiai agrcultural or iaoraetsuul ment of The G: W. HyoCmay utbm sui W. b
lb ~...< nato~. Mn hve m'Ie wtu~. ~who are about to/bfgin thle second &6uther,. palater,agi~L
IL tievs oet n feda on ek oo~. great'early summer sale. GracY, foi damage, the allouiit
a ~ sss srcial pursuits, and one of th mo At this sale there will bemn ~ o nthe. bill Ot com2011lil
a di ~t ~ odt' v~ wy sccesfulIn he griultralline gains of remarkable note, and those
iiomu um PfIWq ~ii ''seems to be T. K. (lodbey of WAldo. In need of anything In dry goods, This1 case arises f romi injuries
1. &mli, 'who makes a business of raising sweet ready-towaar gods, etc., will do well Iqoed to have been sustained by bi~ stakes# pph~, PEIWF0N AQRIMS. 'ptatoe slips for the market. to call and Insiect the stock andpnt,~.J.Cuhrj
S ee tleNilioblson. is It 4 elv. 11" 14 iOambt Ths Industry sems a peculiar on ae terprhs. setr from &aW0 ~ ~While discharging
shout~ thet Wsts of ih uUS'ib the ills Of M~dl*sti4 In that It seems that farmers every- prisinag firm Is also offering a great duty as Sk *iter on a housp be ~hd01' bond.such, = Adscbee, bOAb", heati Where 'should raise their oWn reutoInsyls ilnr ns into U'0 c. racy. The 1Plaintiff
hb" been employed for ness,~p0ts distress .after *At- but tbey don't A great many of me funsig.lgos that t0e scaffold frorn which
at. the freigt depot of the In#, betfr the *YOM# 400901114 them. not Only In Florida, but through-' R. J. Holly, for the past eighteen fell collapsed i part. haing lnot
I~st 1*14e at BXigh $~fl. encY_ 46poM Ress, now that we. out t0e Sonthern States, have been Imonth. business manager of The securely erected.
'~ ins ha he bes tell 11 0 91-O 10 1101 1204im h dependng upon Mr. Godbey for their 'Gainesville Elevator, ha, severed his At'tetm f h ci
"teling Whiskey *W lch was abe~W1.0 supply of plants for years, 'Anld they, connection with that paper, and h1" Cauthern wa4 working at an ti1eva
fo tht top, a whih ~ ill~i~0Sth00All the 4W' have not been disappointed. -,jgone to Orlando, where he has ac- o wsyfemr rli,~
jW#s atte 'a.Q k~p o h yuwl e Mr. Godbey knows the sweet potato, cepted a position as manager of The the result oft the upturning of a
1;I't Us alleged 'borne of from' i;6 00 t *Nih tta business from one end to the other. Orlando Reporter-Star. .Mr. Holly to upon which he was standing.
4"boon Mtkon into ane Is neede Aoxpr th vita forces Me knows a potatoo whea ~As Ots a gbod newspaper man, full of ambi- said board being a part of the seat
tensita rem*vd -Which and strenostbln the nonve DOmers. It, when he s4:sit or when to grows tion and energy, and his friends feel platform, he was precipitat 'd to
in f1tel th Ar of 3(ich- Ask J. W. MQCoIlu*a to show you it. Perhaps his fondness for sweet sure that he will makee good" In his fgroiMd, sustaining several
~ ~b5U.5IOB til te guamantee he gives With Oeey 6b oaoe a ad i seils new position. While the people Of ribs and a sprained back, ic
fla~r* were- tour haltihat pack- ~' -In this particaW line, anld be might. Gainesville regret very much to see aalttdhmfo (ut r
properly be termed a 'Preifessor of him, leave, they will nevertheless wish time, and from which he aiteges mnWas V10amned before .1e- t~broyteonor to Dr. Hay. h~broyt for this would be th him much success In his new ven, 'a nee recovered, leaving adef
end *hWe appeared to bt! Rev.' 'Phos P. May, pastor of the most appropriate term. 'ture. In th akwhc rents himr
oieI n pmovng him guilty. First P19sbytiian church In this city, Mr. Godbey's fame as a potato En1gineer WV. H. Porter of Waldo,' performing labor at his tntmi
was taken, bowpver, and jhas reh~nA from, Winter Park, Where grower began about six years ago,! one of. the Vff Icient employee of the The case, which may'bo (dH,4.d t a rest.m he enJoyed- ihe distinction of deliver, when he began to ship a few plants, Seaboard Air Line, who makes h~d at the next term of the cirellitC
,1 C. P. urkm represented Ins the coiecement address before or slips, to customers In a limited 'headquarters In Waldo, was In the Ipromises to prove of uisiual ititer
4.Ii In the 'proseution. At- Rollins. I~l~g territory. But 'his product. gradually city yesterday. He was accompalnied Attorney' B. A. Thrasher isrlk e
Taytion states that the practice As was. roliorted from, Witter Park grew in -popularity until now his en- by his brother-in-law, Kenneth Harvey i the plaintiff in the 'uI.
gespeciali whiskey, has to The ilib by wire, the hall was tire time has been taken up in grow. of New York, whL, Is spending a while______on in High -Springs for a oMwded VWhpOple from every Me- Ing potato slips, and his shipments here. It will be remembered that a his duties,' however, antl hi- irio
Or Witough It seems difficult UMc of theit, And the address was have been extended to all- parts of little more than a year ago Engineer are glad to welcome him i
and the thievesl. Threeohive one of **, best and most eloquent the Sbuth. IPorter was in a wreck on the, Wild- run."
# 64#bt within Pae past. week, ever hest In Winter Park. To give an idea of the importance: wood-Orlando division of the Sea--___#,'~Ifor 'the l rcezy of whisk. Rollins hoiiiid Dr. Hay by confer. of the Industry, it may be said that, board, In which he sustained injuries
uq 6f those apprehended, and ring upon him the degree of Doctor the shipments during the season will which Incapaeitated him for duty until -..Sort Nippis and Chapped Hands Are quickly cured by appt 1 i_' 11
pd guilty I the court, was of Divinity, amount to an average of 3,000,000 a a short time ago. He has resumed scive.. Try it, it is a succc. I'I -t.

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flyd!. ig SoreIf Possible, For the -Second Week of..Hd' i tr


I-1,. v.

9As o dio 4Y. trees of t A4ertnd a e olumn of
A. tbe newspapers, and that their ap11.i; ~ s .has sapt bees deUere4 prortlatons for advertistng space do
t tb mayI that W, worthy of laci u hotel registers, fancy
t, mt eare to o a of the fames and similar worthless schemes.
-ml o ot mea hge -Tampa iews.
of o s Is Se A ter who repre- It Is the same here. Last week
seats Marylaa4 fW il United States many merchants who were never
t t41" f Senatie. As Mrld n is one of the known to s"end one penny for adver- YrCo
-sates that a esry for the Demo tiing in the local paper, put up big Choose Your ields by Choosing Yo
cfats to to win th aext elo money for an ad In the Floria Agrio a Timby crop like that In the rit
H ocCREARY' tin, this 8ssage of adie from her eniturs.. They paid more for the ad hand pctu. if yeachoose a Ivor f rtilice. You

W"AvsasWe Rhai.A "we all appreciate the fact that when expenditure. We checked up 15 ad.
n I adversments, 1* a m line a ew issue arise the Demortc vertisers who do not advertise, other anskho, s.f s.o il .
nt the first and 10 ns f@ t hld party m o1st take its stand upo one whlo do advertise occasionally, bo u to
inertion. se o the other, and as new issues and firms that haven't advertised ERMAN Kal WORKS
hth The Ne Teio n At Cd
ad 12 advehs at ig e ,: develop parties dust enlarge and ex- locally fo month.. There seem to

fumished u apn etR e. pand. NoSee desires to restrict the me no help for It
L n and Death n h Democratic party either to a dead is- The Independent editor labors four- w.
bituaries, eat el-e-'* sM e cr simply to those that It asted teen hours a day, spends hundreds
"at the time of its formation. Now of dollars each year to send sample
s C0 sr le &. have we any principles?. I think we copies of the paper broadcast, is identBe Sun and the mteea sesk have. Ha the Republican party ifed with very interest of the town, A

by ( I.Y.) World oe *? *** stolen the? I acqui.thetm on the puts up moeey for every project, buys A CONFEDERATE POEM. MR. HARROD'S SUCCESS.
Sun and the Alaa( .) carge. I think ti they are en- all his goods in St. Peterbrst pays ..Si and Dth I l tirely ii4cut, and I do- not believe out I$3,500 salary to employe, and yet An lpresslve Poem Written and Pub With Fenn*il's Dogs He Has Big Sport
r gm.Weekly Jourl th! t they have any telonious intent ou merchants not see the value of ished in the Lost Cause. on isthmus of Panama.

ti S un and the GI *. 1 'r delgn whatever, to appropriate avertising antil some ake propose Apropos the reunion of the Couted- A friend of Ernest E. Harrod, a
i lmes.Union oaT 7*1**** them. Is the P rsient a Democrat? tion comes lp that is only distribuI utrspcflychyI. ee o h denies rate Veterans in Richmond, a trteV Gainesville boy who Ia now eployet
inond ataentitled "With the Hois of theolIsthmian Cnal Commleston on tI r ot ow
by Y. wrll nt YW*P stol ~B enatorm T yer afq'te awn the Iusked oe faor har spret b20us hACNdEDE ThE un M aR bNaRROW$ asa oemnofcrpntrwokby
ru doain than dI

Lines that divide the two parties, e d: for space In The Agricultrit he itles," which was dedicated to o canal at Ban Oblspo Canal on s
a N. H. Wyatt is the onl of "iemust not yield the slightest trao received any returns from hlei ad. S iesae whioe Wa rdt te uo t h recolved an an terestogs e tteal r
F tee county that eve' lltan ation of the supremacy ot the States said nary a return. Acknowledged LouivilledConfederate soldier at the runi In whiv r ar ioesng letaterLb r..Tee has Wnl- r over thel own lal fnd domec I t was mone waestd. Ltuisville, and publithhe ii the "lost which Mr. Harro eneoses an I oit '
thun trap. Theehsnypaoe vrt i ow loca and et t ws oner waste Cause," a Confederate war record of eating picture, the result of a deyo a
SI hanging in Manatee ad that is and we the er d the same day, a Louville during the renon hunt in the vicinity of his camp.
was a white man. On the 4th of mst not theater it for wealth, for e.leman comes into the office 'and Following is the poem, which must This picture Is all the mo la*
Se. however, a negro have to pg res s or prosperity. Prperity thanks us for selling for him a pee prove of Interest, especially at thi esting, when it learned tt .
er for his sine. O may only temporary, but the of land on which he made $400 profit n time: H larrod's dogs were purchased frag
rb -- foundation of the republic are per- The land was sold simply on theo is o a
"History market a yn man od petual. the next place we are op- strength of a small ten-llne news item With the Boys of the xt. Sheriff L. W. Fnnell of this oty, l
t SHxstory which a dediate ta transported to Panama. The p.a l t
as without wrinkles Or gray hair, giv. pose to governmental paternalism. It in The Independent. Git my old knapsack, ,Mary. and, my shows Mr. Harrod and another party '
let him the experience of age With- tI a reproach to Jefferson to claim The same man will move to St. uniform of gray, with a stout pole upon their shoulder,
ft its inflrities.," wTas a aying that it he were living he would be in reersburg. He will buy lumber Gt my battered helmet Mary, from which is supended an immes
bich Mr. J. A. MacDonald of Toledo favor of it I predict, with great re hardware, and other building neces- need 'em all today. buck. ed an l
d oted in his address before th Bo spect to others who may differ with sites. He will buy farming imple. Glt my canteen an' my leggis'; reach In his letter Mr. Harrod ays:
tee ~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ I conyta radpbihdi h Js hiet Mr. Harrod ssan tyeIt

Baptist Social Union. me, that the day will never come ments, household goods, and then mse down my rusty gun. Fnnell' dogs have not deceive ,~rn wa when the Governmen t of the United groceries, and dry gods. For I'm gon' out paradin' with the nesdig y aete
kr'r=rt.P prt hnsu o elngfrhmapee Floigi h om c m Tis pictuedn yos al th etuoft .,;(4h ee States will own and operate the rail- And he i only one of scores that boys of '61. the result of my r t hunt si e rth
he greatest statesman this conti- roads of the country. Let us give The Independent has influenced to lo Never mind then( blood ain, M turns to the part. have killed
eat ever produced said: "If I work the present railroad law a fair test cate in St. Petersburg. never mind tht rased hol, two deer andt o e wtid he sin e
marble, in tiUe It will crumble; and. trial, and if it does not answer How many families has The Florida 'it w&s left there bY a bullet that returned, the fruits of two units, The I work with brass, time it will the purposes of its enactment let us Agriculturist located iln l Peters was seeki' for my soul. buck you re in the picture weht he
"Hsoy, kt on manome budk youu ta sportid te P n ra wihed

? rrode but If I work with mind, I extend Its provisions and supplement burg? Just brush off them cob-webs, Mary, 15 pounds when killed, and had twon'te
rk with that which will grow (ts remedies so that it will meet any Yet you paid It more money for one git the bonnie flag of bh, *small sonts" /
bter through all Itrnity. This emgency that may arise. There Is issue of a couple of hundred copies For I'm goin' out paradin' with the ro a with his wife and baby,
lhbut an anticipati Don of e one proposition, however, thkt the thrown around the advertisers than boys of '6. spent a tew week here in thi i
th thosohi re t Democratic part y must contend for in you pay The Independent in two These old clothes don't fit e, Mary, winter, guests of the former's p
n earth there J nothing great but this connection, and that is it must montn.-S Peterburg Independent. lIke they did when I was young. ent. A. F. Harrod. It while hak '
-ntan there is i great demand a complete obedience to the Don't you remember how neatly o that he pursed he
T mind" stt a existing statute. The rllroad press. COMPETITION SUPPRESSED. my manly form they clung? Fennell....
dents and officers of our trunk lines Never mind that sleeve that empty, -----. "
Tere are 198,000 young, dashing, must be made, once and forever, to The report of the special attorneys let it dangle loose an' free, DR. LED TO ALA IAMlA.
eating widows In New.York City. realize that they are the servants, and to the Intestate Commerce Comiets- For I'm goin' out paradin' with the -** b* ****
Wh dont they inaugurate a crusade not the nuers, of the people." sld recommends that the Attoorney boys of Will Deliver Addrs Befotre t
i aait the South? One pretty widow After suggesting a platform upon General of the United States take a. Pull my sword belt tighter, Mary, fix uthern Univer ty,Tuesday. ,
o a rw rth a a bwh lelb n of which all Democrats could unite Sen- toin to annul the contract between that ster beneath my chin. Dr. Andrew ed, president of twl

ir*'tt gls.a Nowo o rator Rayner closed by saying: "If we the Union Pacific and Rock Island I've grown old an' threadbare, Mary, University of Florida, left Maturday,'
b.ty irs.em aldoert sr advocate principles that are not Dem Y railroads for the control of the 'Chi. like my unifoi an' thin. for Greenboro, Ala., where he hs
an Idri man seems able to escape. ocratic and be again defeated at the cago and Alton railroad, which was But I reckon I'll Jpa. nuter, as I did been Invited to deliver sb addrdas b9*

dtgnifi "witin wiflls. Tes polls, then it looks to me as if the virtually wrecked by the Harriman in days of .yor,. fore the Routhern Univeretty Tue' g
d toj th a chdate fall te yid Ic hour of disinte ation was at hnd, syndicate. The most startling an- For I'm goin' out paradin' with the day evening. #
rally busy The th is because the only thing that has kept nouncement in this adert i. that boy of '4 This in quit an honor, but
i lit pthmlosophesy Tekt :Dmcai at ms otn o nupyThe Indpenen In twbheeold cothe o'r t ftln.Mr setatwwoibr ntd

tie ; t for fasithing wdows us alive through all the strane vics- railroad competition has been up- ow I'm ready, Mary, kis me which Dr. edd will fll with
situdes of our fortune is In the fact pressed in an area equal to one-thirdldwl
-that we have never yet wholly aban- of the United States;" and "that the ruh ald thm wwrd w tear o tItut on he rproents. t eldi .
mib no town In the State with doned the historic traditions of our profits of the great railroads of the rs d tt h the hilrena
cIlhlateon not eter than ys faith and have never yet, upon all Far West" are being used to buy I an't goin' forth to attlue, cheer up Atlanta. where the l be the
goed, here. an ar bo s o s many the pages of our history, funded a stocks and control systems in the I ary, s e atte of Mrs. Sleddn father bishop
ioo as a re ow d by our local final retreat. If the Dem ocratic party Last, instead of building more mds I'm just goin' out paradi' with the dring the summer. Prof. I
r oent Great s has been the u- will only follow Jeffersonian precepts for the development of the West." b' s of '65. et l toeturn tA re ie anor
tlre rdlcted for the automobile and anxioms without attermpting a Yet after this exposure of the deals boy of '65. e toherurn to Gafnerville. an
___________ ein hers looking a sr~ the
mansa manifested s grept dsre revised edition that he would repudit- of Harriman and othe railroad mag- When President McKilay, mortally vedity and its interestt until
0 forake as old tIed, the horse, ate if he were living; if It will only nates they are indignant that the wounded, was slowly breathing out openlg in the fall.
and :" ine roadster are i, grater unite upon essentials and not dllde L slatres 'f the States lluded in his life. bhis fnger, almost nerveles
a.+ :han ever before. Not only upon non-essentials; if it will only the "area equal to one-third of the then, clasped his wife's hand in that A NEW ILAND
oare gli radsters eagerly sought, but stnd by the old ritual nnd not at. United States" should legislate to tttl minute the doctors granted her
thl a"ndard bred and of acknowl- tempt to alter it to uit everT o ppl rai lroad corratlo toh C t his side, andi he whispered. "You in HIlIsborugh ay. Wih .hu 14e
lg&t ee -w'( d al e also co glg to for o c i qe or mongr i l deo sta s charge reasonable rates instead of Iow you must har s p well. That Entered for Hom e tead Perlieg tber .are of t h o me rs. tion that is willing to array Itself tr otig vast sums from the public e'te best for both of us." For the The United Stat s l ad 4 80Sunder Its banners; if it will ly to by the stocks of Eastern railroad. da woman in Ca t was o t ct a iued
111-]''I Lri o weatal n, abanso the wosi of tar h atta h tony4e~ao a o In a s S theYre wa n o this Sitthhas Universtte fol*b-f

r aon w as W hington abd th wohip of temp at the Attorl of er's hand to press he'. The voice cular under date t iaar TL whih
la and It s Iid that he had idols that are broken into rhatrt te Unted States needs proddia to oe o potent to sthe her sl probably prove of ning tO O,
I.)j rht,,reuce with th Prsliet, with the close of every campaign, a d protest ithe public nterets shows that WP IJlled. But he n bgs h n- .
Jan bt re the departure of the lat- return to the w worship of those cardi- the c sie t rellance of the piadred t rval s of consllledut e sses c t h oticr
tr !'r Virginia. over the pesibility nal principles that will remain I- people mst be through their own sought the eye of "h Mao, ok land ila Nsbeegbh $1ay,
o :rf at the ne t session mutable so long as the republic lasts re t uisee tatves i their State 185 dw on ber free the picltre near ia SectI oes M u d $, 5. M
of C o't The prospect Is not at regardless of the fact whether par s islat res, rather than the p oera r be d. e p d a e m O llag. they co talae A e es h as e
t right. Speaker Cae was ties discard them or not-then I be. tinting eaton of edeal oliclis. i d to crr th MIessage. It
'.0 touceing the tariff on the lieve that our mission is by no meas Thse god Demoosto dotine of was as tt the gtd ttec~ ofhe ar g 1
of a ational eleetton, sad a this ended, bt that, emgintg fro the State Rights and Home Rueal are life had survied dt itit sead 1Oies saud that the ~
i unxerstod to have the backing apathy and lethargy that now avel- muh ae effective than all the the ueatlsm of the ma who was 3 91 M M h as "
SttA leader la both besses of ope us, we shall be recalled to lfe boasted sten- -mee of the pinseit for so any Y r stctat gitdeard.e te1 o uy
Cgre+s. This prtably settles it, to resume the activities of ear nor. adatlltration. To gsr thes State from every ill resued out still to 1 i o
'A maters of tarit legislatIon, mal exstence and to the s Io@ lsh- rights fr the eIer emeet of Ped. shield he r her hour of extremity. b, _.
aker is almost aB powerful. meet of our historic destiny." eal power by praerving all fmedI PiglIree were all that remalsed to
rights not ran11t by t MI Mrs. MKinler of her sae snd r_Th B. Y. p. U. Vietter, a mostly THE SAME HERL to the National Governast Is the S l t. lifo. Her own t@@g I I.. I" .
teer fourse bthe- sat wafor the peple to newe >with that of h"'r husband beste herAA
@ 854 p bilat d by t MMA ram s a~mv g a or call
P. U. o f te Ph1st hp. There bueatese mes in Tampa dtm of wrongs Dd preive their e out fr,,m the old-fashned s- t LWS O.
trh, ha bttraappear w o w rather sander $10 on lberty. Not a rllad is charge stag of th.irty-e yars ago. Theyaie s.
i4 is a oggy st, sCm thke advertislag edeme .that lower rates by reuss of the lesa' were portraIts takas at the time g or .
gagages weald pises thetr card in a botel agl. tie at CAgree or presentsom of their marriage, when, with al life be -sas te a is a asy frame at the ralkes4 the oseselt adatal.traes, but the fore them, they bade de* to the *
h. le theI to smd $10 for adve. L III of IShee have world @1 taf The g amithibr Gad
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feh Otbai oie as tbAt VW18d COn hsa* si
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Spruug In ~a a Of c ausof *0lrirctlsS the wakened vw OWS

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Charge of Aseault 9145*0yo lb.1.C ullitD'IMqpiTa. r "For five (5) yii IVqMwt every SyMpin'
Having Whipped 4 .l~ n of 10 Ivsw oyWt
fl~ of the Parons of the Sh.Oj \ ~- cc ind.ll dise"A, but after uuio toell~masn Cardt HOMW ~am.Iwseieyvi.
go~~ do Irftd .Y.- El
g Venue \ati i A LEITER M G MTin
erg.? has sprung in Bronson qul" N
te setuu4ou aftordIlag to te 0111it
bifg &S by Wtt t b*Ars piipl Of P P a a ev~ vrSd Were Oimpie. Guatafala and Mexico ofl theEe
-~~ ~ SOUTH AFRICA ~Canton, 0., M~ay 31-Iebody o t f)Oi~,Mxc
0Ws -16r obestisinf A P0111 BO SUP AG~A FROM SOUTH FRIC Cityel of ofxcp H Mties .v
00 A. Utringer, one of 0he-0 Mrs. Ida Saxton McKinley resti be. laro De r Li Tarse Prno
~t. he schol. h. ~ ~ I~.. ~aide that of her distinguished husband message from the border tow,,~
pi'.It ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Y oipr~afw w~uuumunu.DD wu.g dUBSiy41U. in West Lawn cemeterY. saer 'tttar ~j~ Y hatGae
Abwn of01 pboathe inff1ki 240empetaapt nto l WUs KEm. W04$ .nb Go wby should I longe troops ai4 throwing up enltrench
We'~utg o t9 ~ bagUA ESRi~ut atoolo0 t wai1t? Let me lie beside hIm," 11aveT and moangpi artillery OPPwte
ving been Vora ft tit loo answered. town of 'Ocos. Tinis information
t~o~ ofMr.Sutg~t FRNK LA~ OtO LETERP'RISE TH UNVERITY The funeral services, bold at t0e not at this time be officially cone
,'jnant statedd that he did --Old-fA8shloneid McKInIe7 home, Were the NoVemrilent knowing noh~l
-We he oul get Justice in The TrasryOpartment Informe This Distinguished American Is Tray. Olfrsely s1219le. Four songs wsYO the* moMent. The special me
ovrt, of Levy, and upon his poi HlaI'Tb All Plans Are Completed cling Through Florida, Making l ung; the same thlat were lung follows: V-0iiiough his atwoney, the case iat the funeral of President Maein- 'Vei' 1ave Just received in this
i...~~~~~~ 'r~t ~ ~ ~ W I~iSs lno ulcts n Special Study of the Citrue Family, joy, and the servicewste ilea esaefo Tpaha
b tEte aring wiln come in Wofk 110111,6 Advertised Soon., Its Diseases, Etc. rttuol of the mathodist aburch. says:
V~Psoffice on the third I%*d ohta wr ntepo on hre .Luniuy ~o h house, on its Market and Louis "The Guatemalan forces are acti
~'~ ~poled UW, Oi vehMat b"Ildlng, the mologist for Cape Colony, South A11- strsit side, wa roped of to restain~ ly. throwing up entrenhent
&i Son represent teprose approwek.of which Oggimhsln ia a none ofGievlei i-the craw11s, I whkh thronged the oonstructing fortifications on the
thel thepe hasna log tihe dabeoo-anevle' i nelghboring thoroughfare. opposite Ocos. Pieces of artl1
whileag the detnesoiled-l u soon be which will tinguished visitors for the past three 'Me body, In its black isasket, rest- are being brought fromn thp center
.have been entrusted to At- be W61laie Informatiou to the pwo or four days, during which time h6 04 inisflowere place In the so-call' the republic of Guatemala and
'J. il beW~i= pie of ,iOf -eftp and secin The Nro- saw e, great deal to Interest him. 0d "Campaign Office" In tbe Ideni- ad. The Twelity-fifth Infantry
.6ut~me of this ow il b posed Govjernment building, which Mr. Loundebury Is an American, a cal spot where Prodsteut MedinleY's arrived 'awre and Mexican troopt
*tIa great deal at Interest, will odA In to th neighborhood of $75,- highly educated gentleman and a man body lay, after thes Buffalo tragedy. daiy arriving sand being Placed
aim~p'cu ocurrd n tis00 wWl be located on the old, historic well known and well versed In his ,residentoseltVie?'idt the brordr." tpr B*110t three 0" eAr go.. Oak 1411 property, foot of East Main profession. He has been In Florida Fairbanks and Cabi~net Members Root,
ohre nteedagans Prf.street, And will be surrounded by a for some time oh an important mis- ..euin pUMUR ACROSSiihA OCEANd Sa
-14 assault wAd battery. magnifoet oak grove and park. sion, his visit being for the purps In the parlor across the hbag. Rel- PtUD AROS CE,
toetter to Col. Cla'rk. c~ tdigtemtoso rne~.atives and Immediate, friends of the*t4iEhCENTURY CLUB. On the4 3th inst Hon. Frank Clara, lure, as well as the various Insect anioner etd atebaladad lee Axre adtWrma.
Congresman 'fto= the Second Dis- pestat and fungus diseases of the cit- Jol th sev Clef lon Ar0 atrd
1 Meeting of Society, at Which J rue family. He has krisited and in- Wiehe S "rle were being don- foCnlegvd, 0., r Ma' :id 'is
Olloce ereElctd. trict, Wrote the Treasury Department ducted by the Rev. Dr. Buxton, o fora le~diudir~
aticr Waeereo relative. tth j5Pe several of the largest and teirJMtods icpachch complice, lastIng 18 niont.-, en
0 ainsuuI meeting of the Twen- ihg of tko matter, and Friday received most important groves of the State, ad the Rev. Dr. Holmes, formerly here in the arrest of !n: .:
CeAtuty, Club.Iet at the bomne of the following reply: and has conferred with a number pastor of the same church, all b~ud,. a woman giving the ri:wv
T. F. may Mon day afternoon."a~tn M2,10. of the w~rld's experts on citru, fruit be&& and amusement In Canton stood Just, who were t~lcn Irorn a ho
thbe business of tlie regular ,culture, whio own groves In various idle. at 4121 Clark avenue, S. WV., 'y'
MHon. Frank Clark. Gainesville, Fla.cadectvs
was transacted the officers DerSrIhvtoakwldesections of Florida. This inviestiga- Judge Henry W. Herter, John 0.cldeetvs
*9 nsuing year were elected. fea yor leto (hkwe dgh et tion. he says, has proved valuable to Lubr Joseph~ Blechele, Roer W.y Chilef of Police Kohlcr 1,av the was to luterting, feature of receipt 9fyu etrof6,lt nt him, and It affords an opportunity to Coasidy and George B. 7'rease, who thorities of Duidig, Rhrnkh P.-W.
meting and resulted as follows: rltvtobaingppsl fthestudy frow nature. were honorary pallbearers at the fu Germany. have ordered Ji to
J. W. Touch, president; Mrs. coanstrgatlon of the postaff ice build- irlo rsdn cily n As h a.frtemre f!!
rl~vice-president; Mrs. S. Ing at Gainesville, Florida, and I have Mr. Lotndsbury. who Is '4 gentle- tnn ch of Pr 8ien Scile, anld Judge an o the murde as siacmlim Mr.the honor to advise you that the draw- Man of a#&able nature, very entertain- ti0 yf. C.w .e thePaleaandsJudge nd me t he onri s ner ac ezYi(' siscd lot prstey ; Mrs. .G Ieves and specticatioas for this work lug and pleasing of manner. arrived We h evceI h e~tr charge.
poigscreta y; Mrs. rev, are completed with the exception of In time to witness Weveral~of the corn7 Wete ser vlI the preidntalpat rY According to the police, the C11
dingsecetay; rs.W. .duplicaintion, anprbabe tit is probablees O thtUnvefmeiroceme thtpreidercl prtese of rs.hus wa follow
trasre. oadofdiecor-the work will be advertised not later sity of Florida, and complimented the tand Oiodpote tod the baldeimore eoeen tos Juthws olntry (ih b
01. Gracy, Mrs. Cushman, Mrs. than June 10. 1UnIversl~y very higlyl.' He also vie- tan fho Idiptanpls there aore h lpmntt this woacontr u
C.Smith. %"Respectfully, ited the UniverstIM and experiment n h oa o nC~O
~ subjectt for study for the com- "J. F. TAYLOR, station, at which Gmie he became the RCIT SHWD RE E*7,500 in Great Euchre Zamf.
,,e)ar will be England or English 'Supervising Architect." tuest of Dr. E. H. Bellards, Prof. H. S. REEPSSONDCEE.ew York, May 31. Pat
*@. dormn frtesme As will be "* ftm the above, the Fawcett and E. W. Berger. Pacific Mal Steamship Company's Re- evebld was this coutry- of
tha social holf-hour wag spent, Treasury Department is working ports Shows Million Shortage. Last night on the pier f f.aa!
4tgwhich time the ex-president, steadily In the premises, and the Mr. Adkins to Graduate. New' York, May 31.-The report Coney Island. The ast2,bhlIC g
L.c.Lnc. eve elciu chances &ft that work will begin on From Fb'iday'u Daily Sun. of tte Peellic Mail Steamship compa-I hear of 7,00 f men and wofltfl CI


CA Wilb b aah

DUL 5 d~~ Da~~.1OA S!ft. 4011T. 0. BOWERS,1 trio copy Florida,'d
[ridIO oht BYN 8 LO1.10.for the, ~r
Psrmi Six taoet lihtOr 4.611aii ditc fo h
bi74-bar. i. ffceinMller Law Exchange. changing ,bqw~ar lines at
a...pnuionia,.Da Going From This Secion. same. for of three trust
% rbuts tO te 1 .. falrorOffice Phone No. 2M; Re*iee Ar-o.1 pur. teeet posee of '
s~opexy are ofe ________________determining Itmillage to be"N
TERSTNG w sult of kid- THIE CANTALOIJPK MOVEMENT a~iaed &M for the
T NEETe'diseae If next succooding thereafttt.
I N e 1Wiue trobl Eno*f Distinction *Polls will be o,'~ o'clock ant,"
.4owetoRniY5ce J- 10Strlngtlliw~T B LIJ.
ofA ors of said election: Wai, ,
Ughter f ofeee and OWe )NOk organsn, causing catarrh Zt In Adac of Otes out I~ FiTTORNEY-AT-LAA'. MIN,6,*
A. ttend the KXer0le. ra down and waste away cell bycl.whom shall actase r (
A s h ainlMmr h ldeo h ise hmevs SldCrWl ev ea edy GAwuevsua, e FLOaA 1Y order of oad
ursday wa h 610'- Bladder, troubles almost almwaYsrestilt From Friday's Daly Sun. struction this the 7th da.
~ t r.froni w4cmafljwnt of the kidueys mid -The movestent ocuubrfom- D. 1904". RA B
Pa.. or mor youb~ tsit ac theite Gainesvill ditrc is heayoaer ChaiSrmfan Board Pub.
Decoation Day, tsd te e~eat tretmcp~o~thekill7 cv ourfel th ansil itrc nhaya W. PATTON Attest: J. L. KELecaf.
dulyobsrve InGahesile by in~ iac OUcm ake no inultake by thix season, from six to eight car. El~J
Wllacbsed In nX a~ lXiltne" Swainp-Root, the loads being mdtved daily, It is atate~1. .C ilEgneadSrvo.1NTIEO EL TIR
geplisCs witl',3W gret k1&ssey Riverttu4 bladder remedy. wit this'movement, with the fruit t1
Eeeub.,WihM 110 AO It corrects JusAfty to hold urine and fimadfrtls neey~DEALER IN REAL E~4TATF.AElcinwl ehl
mv uonies. ,csca tl#u nu asvitc~ o eing th~eI'. ftasot wy the growers Prompt stertion to al huane field school house, In school
AS had been previou5I cnc tuplaan qeaiy fbin ffcgrtdorNri f he No. 64 of Alachua county,
,ycompuelled tog fe1hog h A "cnh hsyaad01lo Artdo otho hohe
members Of 8tm~~l 'azhp. 17'nt ootn hog a, have not Met m~I ch ths eaan ... P. 0 Box 193. Gainesytll.a Saturday, June 15, 1907, for*
ow.l Ptt cand~ tmgt pnany times duni the they, should reap a financial re- -oef____ii Wete a'
If vbohcate$Ot .Teml n h itatiay said district shan be created as
ustr fthe Cad'ov,~ the ectof Swamip-Root is rooun realized. ward.c~ r nr tax school district, for the el
ish-Americafl war ,~j.g,, ii~n It stands the highest for its wonderful While the ockcumnbor crop Is good,. ANf of three trustees therefor, an for
cure d adeeinte 0, f the mst dlstreasng cases. the prospects for' jther products Is purpose of determining, the rate ,

dat 9 O'clock the canIR.g0 13 spt id by all druggists in fifty-cent and l ace gowsrand ths i a by~s UVLL therein for the next succeeding two"
on the north side of 'the coast one-dollar size bottles. You sisay have a experine growers, aId thos in an yerWhratr ol iloaa
edthe 0, .. sample bottle of tbhkwontlerful stw dis- 'Position to know, that both the water- GADNwE.8oloik nd cloeratsonshae bee."
se, square conVeYe covery and a book that tells all about it, melon and cantaloupe crops are good, fl~IE ~ .8o'loik amd pelose nset ae.#
danmebrOfthe invited Or- both sent free by wnail. Address, Dr. I'il- apone-n~oeo
izations to the cemetfry. fthOIG nier & Co.. ]3ingiasston, N. Y. Whtetndbdfitosaeahnom apiteisecrsosadeot:'
exercises, simple but *Wet And Airitig mention reading this generous yield and a. handsome profit to the 8 p e ci a lt ies: T. F. Owens, J. L. Jameson, G. Wr.
weehedoffer ill this paper. Don't inake any growers. Vloeky Ford CaualIotip*. clerk.
pressive, weeuod.sistake but reitivizaler the nfusse,Swa~n1P. Cantaloupes have been on the mar. Improved Arlingon Vt hite "lidS C. By order of Board of Publlu*
Th mmbrso JW eli e ,dRootDr. Kiliner's Swvasni-oot, asul the ket for the past week. While the fruit cumbhers. struction this 7th day of af&
ere very much gratl t hv 110 ress, :sitoit, N. Y, 021 evry in 4li local market seems well matur- ImLog lad igrBostn Lt'tttit 197 Chira Bor u. ICt'
tt them their venerable anImopbtlr is~s oveIi~d igrostn Cabtew Chira 1907. 3.f.
kved commander, CoL ILA. ad_______________ e, it has a tendency of greenness, Attest:- J. L. KELLUCY. Sec. aad u
iho accomnie1d- thet Poet for and those who have ;tried it state ERA M61 8%,-P*o. 0. ck.--fIrst time in t'jverl yeamS 1 0PA
The rogam.ROLLINS thtChleOLsiLcniinEosiGE~8 Z LE -UL. NTC F LCIN
Th istoo greew and insipid for the lo- __ -------- Ali election will bo bqld at th0
uifufft~~ AY cal market. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. comaI school house, In the
Tat, program was a moat lintereetliig JlfIN)~f*.. D. Stringfellow, one of the most School District, oil Sattirday, Juane '
e. The ceremonies wet.ere d -IM6 extensiv groer ofY .at e I 1 1907, far the pur~Oe of detirmpa
v Cuimnnde Dutonwhih ws tetaensiegoyes the disnto n o ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE TO whether or not said d~siut't sAfl)
yca bomade anton whic w ofrrasm h hi the fireejoste r isti th n aof CREDITORS& enlarged aiA a special tax scolw p
Ilowe'd with %clmusic, bane-C fnrdUpon HmteDoeseeg h is futo tesao trict, for the eleetion of tjime
hilt, quartette. Prayet, by the of Doctor of Divinity. tis year, having made the first con. Notice is hereby given that 9ll tees thorc'ror, ansd for the pua'PM!t,~
ar'alsn. siument on Friday of the past week. creditors, distributors or- other per. detorniihislu tho rate of smillage W~
Aft, r the charge by the oomniander This fruit was finely shaped, well ma- sons holding clainis or dem a k s 5E,4od and collected therein for
,d ioen radbyCoL1.ILTHEPRACER ASELQUET mil nxtsueeediK tvoyastb'e0
a poe rea by OL 1 11.THE PEACHR WA ELOUENTtured slid wil no doubt bring good against the estate of %%'. D. Seiglef. de o wl pna joclk y ars tb e det tr, the oration of the day by .-prices in tht.Northern markets. 11ir. cfeed, must present the samle to the at sunset. Thse fo)lowin aml
F Prescott Bullock was dolly. In His Delivery of the Commencement Stringfellow has made frequent alhil)- undersigned for paymnsit within two peraotis have, beens ap poistz inpd
r.1. The speaker, In his usual Address of the College, Which-Was ments by express. *years from the first roahIlieatIonj of (irti of said 0ettow J1. W. Cheme~
Iesf-r manner, deeply Impressed his a agl teddFaueo h h ~s oi a.this notice, and a failure to dlo so will lins W. J1. Ward, Wit, Durch,"one,
earos with his eloquence and touch- Cle.Thofbe plaid lit bar to anay actin to re- By, orde'r of Board of Public Ii
gtitetobtth dedad Exerclsess at Rollins CleeThfissoieaofculup cover on the sane. structiou this the 7ith day of May,
he I'. tig of the Civil war. Dr. Bul. SeiltThSu:will leave thi4 station on Tuesday df All persons owing the sald estate D. 19l07. R, B3. WE1S
oc~aLko dwelt with sincere eloquence Winter Park, May S0.-Rollins Col- the coming week, the car being loaded must pay the same to t4e undersigned Attest: i PubE~l~Y e. nsutoli4
n 11,P soldier life of the Spanish- lege tcday conferred the degree of by the Gainesuille Melon Growers' at once. Ates:__.__._____ u^ .
rican war, paying the American Dotctor of Divinity upon Rev. Thou. Ascai.Tisarwlcopie LULA D. SEIGLER, Administra. X07102 OV APPLICATIONf TOR TA
!'jif'r the highest compliment .for P. Hay of G$inesville, who delivered several hundred crates of the finest trix of the Estate of W. D). Seigier. j~P.j vNIwaa1 14pvjIzoj # or Ca~
'ar and bravery that could be paid. the commencement address. fruit that can be grown In Use Faited "eeased.0.LASo *a.3.I..
At heconluionofths oaton r.Haywa geetd y alageStates, absolutely perfect, andi or uni- J. 'it RIV'ERS, Attorney for Do. Notice In hereby irytvu for sih conluio rienss ands oraio ir. rHay wasatst gree bya areea-er W' Tox V5etlifleate
uraveai were strewn with an and representative audience from samszin rpnsadilrahfndnteod u o~lfl'se *uyr DIL. n e
1 bllilane te Nrthrn arkts it irs-cl~ssai tinnfuat In e MT es b
tI.avaof flowers, taps were every section of the State, and his ad- thea~~o Norher Uaret iii4 y)stclw Ims. to**~
I' ,the benediction pronounced, dress was one of the motmr condition, ready to command the bra~t PETITION FOR E,1LIECTION. 1n0wt s ad eslit me
!1:e~ cortege weddIswybcmfot fhslffl fpasticrl of prices. To the Board of Public Instruction:- bu e q1'be rni 'ers state
(.U. endd ts aybak efots t is if, ullofpratialThe Season's Yield. We, the undersigned tax-payea's and *The Z~ tu me rea of f raI:t U11 it 1e14 r i 9%, I
eloquence. a. R. $$-to terem
Front ant atithenttic Hource Iti voters residing In the WT" efrbpe ald iss beffsta moemod tat the Mo,~f
Rollins has enjoyed one of the mostiA~ndta h il nti eto clai School D!strict NC) 88, petition 0hetusuce of much oertilste [Ft tbe so
DethofAnlnan Jlernd ha te ied n hi sctonyour honorable body to call an elqc- ? r.tiict lja ge edem.i
rinito Ane tifant ria it ucexistu eridsictehitryo this seasons will be about the same an tion In accordance with the law, and O WIA 155 i#041 alUUB th9t5
"naionre~che tis ityFriayitsexitenelast year, being fromt 125 to 150 cars. at a time suitable to yourselves, for =%e &1 sof Jqu. t. D lot?.
Kad(.atli of the infant son of Thr sa vrg fbten60the purpose of changlag the boundary Wlten iy oflielal al- sure saud wall *k a
*r W.Mc~al ofHighHONOED. nd 70. an, depitethe ong rou t said district, for the election of 9 ffS m f a.A 501.
"ccal of. atthibnka Siringu, GAINESVILLE GIRLS HOOEhree70 ad dslt h trustee andrh for the purpos ofw- -0 ler (IrolI 1. n...ea %

.ww-W .b T~ ,W
OFh ble Veattle t A ad Mort QMaWUrtl fromkd
ow- M oad *tops. Whet he, ams po 4relome her asdan.*
UW a&l *W PTt10 AKER WAGON is
...... 060 aste -** the best nade and the best-inoned
4de fiit te Western, wagon on the Sarket. See them at
Ws f &nd l AIsng W@ th at two and Crawefortd &, 2via' before buying. I
dby Oua halt F. ICtaine of Micanopy,
----- Afte is. Carrie ~ityp who he been but who is laterested in the mining
ONAL AND attending the *e School here, has, of phosphate lI the West Lad. passed
gone to Dot whw phe will spidj twouth theatty yesterday en .route
asHa a few days with relatives. From Dut. home.
$apPon Told In $tt ton she will proceed to Weklwa 1r. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas left II
That "He Who Was Springs, Orange county, where she will yesterday for High Springs and Hol- .
The Sun. sea the remainder of the summer der. At the latter place they will We have placed on sale the bbsteas
i with her parents. Ear friends hope guests of the formefs sister, Mrs. M. We hav Piaiu atd*
f~.idfiv's Da@~ Billie to greet her again at the opening of 6L. Thompson. 0olore AWfl)
Seigler the fa-term of te school. F. F. Paulling of Lake View, the and Organdies ever shown at the low
7yIn this ci* wt404"Ti"qi Friends of W. IL Dow will be glad
y innie c W rlean that his wnil b gly efficient representative of his section Specil 1 ice of-your choice for
MISS Winnie TeCk to learn that his condition is gtealyd on the Board of Couilty CommissionShopptog to improved, and that he is now enabled transacting business in this
W. E. Bell, an ematO* M to sit up %and use, to some degrees, his city yesterday.
TreDtoD, Was in tef 799" f. left lower limb, which has been para- W. J. Goma of Cyril, who is conMrs. Garrett V. Obatla of Ts* lysed for several weeks. Mr. Dow n wt the r o il
pai Ganei~ll fve~a avii eels greatly encouraged,,and thinks nectea with. the firm of Brinkley A
Paid Gainesvi ll et encuaged t ehis Baines, extensive lumber manufactur- See tfrolt center counter.
esday. % ~~he will be enabled to resume his du-trnaigbunesI
9 ededl era, was transacting business in |
The Presbyttrisa MBB< ais buepg ties In a few weeks. He irould be Gineville yesterday.
ted to a coat of pain. which will glad to have friends call to see him. 'Phone A. M. Dikon broker
quite a differeses ai UapWeaaee Prof. Tom F. MeBeath expets to G'svile, and Rt price, qu'li
S r. she rev ef'libsJaprwer hs vnigh wl ds qlkdeier.(~ossodfMeaONEY B CK SILK S
the same. plake his departure this morning for and quick delivery. Goods sold from
Mrs. Esther Griev l for New York, i-e 4w liver the commencement address W delivery Priets te all Points. We have seoi d the sole agenOy of
nd~ ~ ~ t4 th.ume6e~klU t the fore the Jasper Normal Institute, of dF.vr S e. r lAce p wans. i h
d the summer deli which Pro Go. M. Lynch in F. Curl of Archer was in the the celebrated foney-back Silks-every
ursof.r Thomas of i Prof. McBeath io a Oae speaker, and city on business yesterday. Mr. Curlanr 1c
Prof. D. Y. Thos as t lvS$W his services are constantly In de. states that Archer is "holding. her yard guaranteed or your money back.
faculty has wheto he e0 0aed along this line. He has just own" Just now. The town and its The regular price of the best grade is

ud his he sp eorealted from DeLand, where he de- people are in good condition. $1.75 per yard all over the world, but we
P. getfroett, an extensive ta livered an interesting address before Misses Belle Chitty of blicanopy have decided, in order t9 INTRODUOE
P. m.Padget, an@Xt av al4 the stwuesnts of Stetson University. and her cousin, Misis Bessie Chitty,
operattor of New 10Ar, b"X0 the silk in this s toto mtike the price
ed to his home, ater, -a be Tbe Oaks Hotel. Eat Main street of Olar, B. C., who is visiting in Mica- section,
ed to raivs hmeattbtM which has been conducted by Mrs. nopy, have returned to that place,
St to relatives heN. Kate.Taylor, closed a day or two ago, after a short stay here with Mrs. J.
3X. D. Davis, A Progalve merthant and Mrs. Taylor left Wednesday for St. Fletcher HilL $ 1 p yard
Hague, was in the cit1 ree s Augustne, where she will engage W. C. Summers of High Springs for I he month of May.
e cai on The n, again Ia the hotel business. The was in the city yesterday. Mr. Sum. I
Oaks wij be under the future manage- mers, who Is in the undertaking bustMesdames C. D. Wood, S. Prie and ment of*Mr. Van Allen. a hotel man ness, came to take charge of the re- Cdme to ive us. Our store is not the
bson, and Miss Grace Hughes, all of wide experience, who proposes to mains of Mrs. Guynn, the ad death biggest but it in the best in this action
Archer, favored this cit~y Aby a place that hostelry in first-class condi- o whom occurred in this city Friday
it a day or two ago. tton, sanitary and otherwise. The morning.
Friends of Mrs. F.. Rnbert and hotel will be closed for the next Of- J. a A. Manning, accom- 2 1'SJ2 11501'1
rs. P. F. McCook will regret to teen days, and when it is re-opened panned by their aged mother, have gone M R l
earn that they are vry low, but trust will be one of the cleanest and most to Franris, Putnam county. Mrs.
ep will soon regain their normal up-to-date resorts in the country. Manning has been in ill health for Ith. From Saturday's Dalty Sm some- time, and was tallen to PutMrs. John Chesnut ad children* W. P. Boulware, a prominent farmer nam county with the hope that the From Sunday's 1)101y Sun: Mr. and .Mrs. L. N. leaFoutisee ha',v
ttle Miss Jessie and Mgite John of Camprille, was in the city Thurs- change would prove beneficial. Blank leases for sale at this office. returned from' Jacksonville,, whete
%e gone to Live Ost Il* a few day. Price $2 per hundred. they have be wtn for the past few daft
)s' visit to the former's alter, Mrs. S. F. Watts of Fairbanks was a Lute Howell of Newberry, accom- W. T. English of Tacoma was trad- on a visit to their daughter, Mrs.
E. iaile. business visitor to Gainesville yester- ypanied by his wife, was in the city Ing In the city yesterday. ron Dorsey. They are pleasantly
Miss Annie Lou Hodges, Who Was day. yesterday. Mr. Howell was one of Miss Natolle Black of Live Oak is cated at their home on West Qh4
the hevy loers I the ecentNewt.
guest of friends here during the Mrs. Joe Patton and son of St. tery e snh is itstI in the city, a guest of relatives. stret.
mmencement exercise n ot Un- bry J. H. Kelley. formerly with
Petersburg are in the city on a visit ruins with the intention of reibultting John Holly, the merchant of Arer~.ity, has< returned to her home In t friends. s soon as material can be secured. redondo, was trading in the city yes- Chase
gh Springs. For pine shingles, rosin barrel terda. Hague but now residing at Parad
ies Freddle and Ruth Wait- Forpnesl Mrs. Mk. R. Colson, accopanid by t .was in the city yesterday. Mr. Kettr
right of Starke and Tesle Doke of staves and headings, write T. J. Cone, tier son, Perry M. Colson, who has Deputy Sheriff J. L.6 e Stokes of Is an expert naval titorem man, 11a$ Sata Fe. who have been visiting Raleigh, Fla. been indisposed for the past few %ilcanopy was among those who spent ble services are valuable in this dk
i ia Wanwright in this city ho. Boardman and wife of Hague months, has turned from Gulf yesterday in Gainesville. section
ha. returned to their respective favored friends in this city witp a Hammock. where they have been Geo. C. Snowden of Hatchet Creek W. II. Turner has returned from
brief visit yesterday. pojog4ring for the past three weeks. was among those who visited the brief business trip to Evi.s on
'\ Miller. formerly of this city County Surveyor James Croxton Mr. Colson's condition appears to be county capital est*day. other poits He states that th met
Millpr, ~ ~ ~ o focaerly amon this ciitor unchanged. sats ha U M
bow engaged in the mercantile of Micanopy wasamongthe.vialtors unchanged. W. 44. 11older, the naval Stores operT on and cucumber movements el
bu-ones at Trenton, has returned to to Gainesville yesterday. Mrs. A. W G. Torbert apd J. W. tor of Santa Fe. was transacng bust the sections visited is heavy, and th
?0 !.own. afger a brief vislt here. Mr. !tirs. A. T. Kelley of Rochelle was Ellis ihave r-tutrned from Wildwood, ness in this ity yesterday. the growers appear to be re'eiisp
31. >rs friends are always glad to in the city yesterday on a brief visit where they went on the sad mission Mrs. W. H. Seabury left yesterday good returns.
se him, to Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Kelley. of accompanying the remains of their for'Nortoik. Va., wheore she will spend Arthur Voyle has returned fruit
Mr. andr Mrs. J. D. Goodnow and Mrs. W. A. McGrtR of Micanopy is mother, Mrs. M. R. Eillis, Monday* the remainder of the su~me. Def~and, where he has bee atedm
Mr and Mrs. A. L. Craigue, who isi the city, a guest of her parents, The iaterment was held in the Wild- "*TUDEBAKER" WAON-Jwst the commencement exerclss at
to i'befn spending the winter here, Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Colson,. wood cometery. and the funeral was received a car load of aligies et Craw- soan sUniveretty. Mrs. Voyle, 14te lot" rettwdd to their summer home, Mrs. Chas. Helfrich lefL yesterday well attended by relatives and friends for &Iavin'. Middle Pldarl4a Agency. comipanied him, will remain ia
Park litil. N. H.. where they will re- for sWest Cariton. Ohio, where. she of the deceased. J. O. Stoken of P'aradise was in the Lrjd for several days longer
.' until early fall. will spend the summer with relatives. Col. J1. G. Nil'hols has returned city yesterday, andu purabased one of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. MDM.d
:in Kittie 1APontisee has return- We handle our wagons ia car lots, from a brief visit to Green Harbor, those 8tudebaker wagoos from Craw- J. C Hale of Alachus, t&se of.
'rot I Pland, where she has been consequently can sell them cheaper. Mass., to wica point he accompanied ford & Davis. most succeseful larraysm in the
I for the past year is teaching Call and be coined. Crawford A his'daughter. Mip.s Alide Mis Nieb- TIry a STUDEBAKER TURPEN- was in the city yesterday
th. I L ar d li chool.fs Dvs ols expects to remain absent the hal- TINE WAGON-auaranateed to give hie numerous friends. Mr.
**h'uis eadu soeo thes Mrs. W. T. Zetrouer has returned ance of the summer. She is quite stisfactem. ('rawfrd & Davis, Mid* state that his setior/ was vlis
Tiren lath 8tte from Windsor, where shte has been on a favorite here, and wlismissed by die Floride Assi-n 1 a Aneis rain Friday and Friday
IZaetrouer has retarnesd from a pleasant visit to relatives and the.socia~l set, all of whom, hoeeA (G. Lamb ad H. M. Bherhouse, which was a great help to the Wt toWfrdm ~A ~wish her a ple-asapt summer.
I ttoWndo an ohle friuns. two well-knowna and prominent ei crops. .
e copaated his aite. Mrs. Mr. and M. J. M. Hale and chil- After a residre of a yearOS ~or oe sns of Mieanopy wee in Giainestile Drs. Wan. Mitchell, Harry I,
one~ of the mnmnamoedren have returned from a brilet but ia *this cliy. Alva 8mith and family on business yest**rdaf* siad. c. Boww, three
'e delivery wiader 1s the pleasant sojourn at Worthington hALve anotd to a point near Jackson* I)r. and Mrs Jan. M. Parr havte sone youns dentist. reest grad is enjinga ther vacation* 8prings *ue M* Smith being engaged in to Union. H ('. *Itettey will spend leading dental estiages o~ the
H i th relatives at Wiladsor. lesdae L, War and H.M the naval stuiem business in that see- the summer Frteqdu wish for them expect to main their departaee
,iMrs. IR. W. Clothier ad Bryan of Orange Hleights favored tion, he desired a1s family more con- a leasant an bseegelg) oudasg. day for Atleng. City. Where thO ' m i spend te .et two yetroy much to have them leave. but trustyen(dyfWatbr,.Cwh oulsso.Tee ease
mo~efint ProeClher is Burrell Wigins of Hague and Mr. thhwlabshaedl hirnwb been her** 'e a vinit to relatives, part1 to 5o before the
theetiien meabes Mth6ad Mrs. Wade Thomas of Mosjteocksm eMradMrJ..Pdethsr badtotk teresas
of the Univeratty ofFoia were assonx those who vIsited this H. C Sterens. the feweler and tMr.ned to s her 3au. PaWhichhar s a torte .rf4t tsam
o t 'Pa an1 eest worker der watch laspector of th Atlastle Coas twie ohrbw..wihi omrqie nt
14 u~ untcity yesterday I~m at Hig 8piae wa among th eebrA ,Dc** h ~l TMQ Ol

harte c.h Gb~ f .ala see a elnoen heekdtz- to (,as home yeegra e r o-Bothe tewhdea***"hoe acttrr'teere tarbrf i

het n M r --t-o e s h l r e o C ot a es ue a o f th e d e a th o t th e i a ha t so n M II 8sI a s h t a p r oi pe at eit _ b y d e t a th st oa sh ; th is ( W
to c so ane. ebes.Pal anse;wt of his friend. Grove W. McCall. asfo ane ai h ct nts.esees no adst
_th._gysad eteetric ligba. Teras man* cashier at the Bank of Hi1gh Springs. s*e es redeTh Sa ogr
to att Ae h esn .B rce. James 06esast. Jr. who has bees abecl **aay f.Sagtr i l go it tothe spohere
j. Ji. Call a seeseal upleata et Cbe reeaa at Wanastem earises e etental sessesSsim.prsent sad
P. Incw1rease~2i sets wa o h et fr em ere steen of See for M is askins qrdle 4seeses the erates been all marrbal pmas
but new assar as tast es sested wa ps gSys, walls taet he left that laferwisto tes bee somtl to 3. W. Ageegs has me r
** oses a as tas Whea sest o ** es for Plemes this car of the 4se at a May ewem et emant made by appeat,
w ,y w. s. Mo at enmsds. Levy 8. he we se4 e s kh d ~ M e h 4 some of~ age eterse me4 compe
as a. wa samaggeeassems o *** -a se sao Ware **** whe- wurr** e ae es that he gives so seeste
stt erMr os ssbs gee app as a sm UMe er sue or mue ara