Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 30, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01099
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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r ui f Of jainer.


*et frm a en
*gV,^ .* tow It.

i'.e. te tof there

KeMuh Inthert oa tbee

tbE ruins at this isepot,
Sttlemnet for wAll the x.
abmemorates. Here it was
/Irest Malet eeatiemUt of
p~na people on he Amer-
etlWeUt was made on May 13,
SThen a peinlar jutting out
Ja mes rter, J&a town,
M oly named Port Jame,
OCity sad JamCesown. became
4, through the washing away
two centuries ago of the reek
Souneted the body of the po-
with the mainland.
the river several stops at
coloaal bomee bad been
'for the presidential party..
'estovr, the home of the
a t Irando the home bf the.
o and said to be the Ist of
al CSt'oloalal manslon in the ohl
i at Shirley, the rces.
dweglt place of the Curters,

Vgft .s laln visit were
These vriits, aragemeaon
obhad been made Is advance,
stelvey naomredl*
i Iny onrmatol.

tltot trip for the day was atr
s strictly private aai9*r.

ir as possible to enjoy the dftik
tion In the seeielon of te sfam-
&ad a few feands as their gJets.,
I whom a uAsmletant Sba otar
0tate Bacon. -
e party returned late IM theo at
and were tra.arred to th

to leave Hahsptoa Snal f-

pl, that athn e te M lowme i the.
hIMgto about 10 o'e tk staldb
Meets D eth in a tIer

arlotte, N. C., Aprtl tb.--4Sewe
) been received here of the Owan* -
.of Mr. (larene McAuso, a
i.nent oeagI man of near Watt.
lle. N. C.. in the raver saurn
*I Tuesday nigt. A egro a.
ila the river. notthed the buag-
Sa drowned mule booked to It
Sdowa the rIer.and ln t a-
[the mue and buggd to

Srty of Mr. MAuley atn
hod) was taken from the

e to the Hapogue.

i ln t of the Japanesa privy
u. ia~ o t he Japanese le-

t peace coer-
and his party.

U. W. Des

Uset y .Mblet

4 a Wbwstrblp-
thrsA. A atue K. Joa-A
stoet, 1Ot tl cty while
ahe twle t*p hn, y with A.r
duown 4 o iou e do owner,
Wfe opt ,'00 *:. 1pGgarars sauto-
Gatern a ty priest were Imme-
tately ~ t and are held strictly
Iueomm O ipe Udl aslo lvAtighs
05*40h"tiss took charge
od the. e arra
oil4 *4d 1 had been out for
an e s 'rrSpo the country ad
were dio at edta of itoe.
street, r reWtlo ttp toa, when the
macbise b 4eua. Casarrapo afs
down andi stopped Under the machine
o trepair the tahine ry. aGol ara
remalnedt4 the onn ean obut the
priest, followed lCsarrapo. As he

fell and as discr the bullet
killing C iasarapo Inatantly.


Native Indian Papuer Publishing Se
dtiee Articles. A

tridgeo bathe en served out to the

Ie a ubiae tlont of eInammatory,
lad seditious ariales in the ttve
newspapers, Inciting race htred
agaste T e uropena Ara lddemand-
flag ative control of the government
of ltdi by mem of an elected par-
linent, has been followed recently
by riots at lthore and elsewhere In
the P whab, and by attacks on 3u-
Professional and political agitators
are now fomenting strikes on the
railro aids and the government h.
concluded thai tt t time to sap-
pres the rioting by forcefl means,
If neeosary..
The authoitttles are satiseed that,
a determined froet will speedily end
the outward elgs of disaffection,
especially as they have the unani-
mous support of the geest Mobamme-
don population which at numerous
mass meetings have empbh~ieally con-
dmnved the anti-baropeaR move-
nat. ____a___a


Prominent Raltroeder Sioledes on an
Atlantis Liner.
New York. April ,9.-De4vIdWl-
cox, vice president of he Delaware
and Hudson Railway empaay, com.-
mlited suicide at sea last week, while
a passenger on the North German-
Lloyd steamer BDrbarooea, according
to a report made to Healtha Ocor
Doty. by Captain Lagraouter.
Upon the arrival of the liner, it
ews reported that Mr. Wiltot had
died of heart failure. As he had
been known to be IN til-besath ne
had gone abroad reeatly a the hope
Of recuperating, this verioa wes no
tgrat surprise to hia friend.
8ubeoquent Lavetiptoe, eeeod-
ag to the capital, devteloped *t-i
d reo that Mr. Wilels had eo hail
self. in reportang to Mtr. Doty,
the eaptadn said that be had ealy a
oe mosieatg befowe bee made awam
et the real cause of death.
Ou'tae by Hr *wt .
pt-r. Pa*.. April ..-4'traak
Dktka. a employee of the Preaed
tUal OCr company, who wa rN
aown br a lecoeotive lPdmy alt
dil batevdi. efore hid d4eah
Duiba edO he bad be wayltild sad
robbd by thr nearo bl8kwayrea
who afterward beat hIMa aInt lea.-

ibltt sa taplaed himE asthe
"s. bPolk* M" as oento

Lw0 am MPROM.
oa~dos. APOU N.-The DEMO
sfteamef rusm* CMMUe bM At-
uived at Uouth"Mstm Stubv fm
Owetows. laude ssu4

,". ... ...
Bunt t right Rcndqsi*
Making bpid ft '" r

-. .' '
Fatal Ageldent ea the Wabebalrlt .
red Ner O'Fallon,. Mo..-a.e4 oi
the AAolesIt HMa Not Yet !een De.
O'Fallon, Mo., April 29.-VWhile a
frteiht engine of the WabUh rail-
Iad, drawing a a booee, was rua-
lag rapidly near here Saturdly, the
boUlp of the engine exploded, kill-
iag three trainmen, and injuring two
o dThe dt
"ginewer Paul Kllnard.
*Preman Frank Appleby.
.JrAkepuan George E. Brown,"'
All thres were from Moberly, Mo.
Those who were Injured are:
Oon4dutor McNichols, of Deser,
seriously Injured. Brakeman, name
not learned.
Sections of the engine demolished
the caboose and killed Braeman
The cause of the explosion has not
been determined. Plecesaof the en-
gibe and tender were blown 150 feet
from the track.


halowness, Passion for Material
Comfort, Sto., Sins of the U. G.
Ohicago, April 9.-Shallowness
passon for material comfort, and "a
lackadaisical, easy growing disregard
of law," according to HRary Chlrchill
King, president of the ;Otbrlin col-
lee, are the besettina sns of' the
American people. President King's
diagnosis of the American's can was
made Friday night in an address be-
ore the Illinois Oberlin Alumni as-
soclatlon at its annual dinner hem.
"We are Iy real danger from the
American rush," he said. "We pride
ourselves on lilvin fast, and we do.
But the nation that lives too fast to
think, is lost. It is curious that in
this age of selece. Int whteh the
reign of law is supreme, there should
be so utter a disregard for law in
moral and spiritual afalrs. In our re-
action from Purtanlam, we seem to
have fallen Into a lackadaoical, easy
going point of view as If somehow
or other, we expected to escape the
law whenever we so desire, I tell
you, we are In deager of waking with
ringing t our ears the wful mock-
ery of those words, 'Thou Pool' I
have no doubt that the American peo-
ple are wrongly interpreted whnd they
are classed as mere mooey grabbers,
and )yt the fact of our Immense In-
crease In wealth, the banger of the
tupefying, dedening effect of our
paeton for material comfort, no man
can deny. Our personal and our
national Ideals-we had them once-
are In danger.

Big Advance ft Wagee.
ail River, Masa., Apil g.-h-o
less unexpected develtapeato eoeur,
more thai 30.000 ette sill opera-
tive la this city wtil hew their waegs
advanced on May 2T whi the wert-
tag agreement la es betwe the
textile councIl aa the Fall River
Manufaeturers' asocitlm exptree. It
lI ihe general op~mso that the ad-
vaace will be 10 per yest above the
preaet rate and will aflet all team-
es of operaUtves.

Cases Call lete Mey 7.
nlgastoa. Ky.. April .--The
aes of James bheit a4 Alex Her-.
s*. dwrd Collahas sad Jesse S.-
er. all targed with the murder of
ease O(ebif, ef Jac.eas. Bresthl
moats. ust g the ted tiwebles there
July .. 1908. wW be called here
My 7. amor.tag to a e s* med
haee Baturday.

t hilean Velssem s Lth,..
U~ss. Peru. ApW l3P.-N.w al
- fvw rom, Pwi !0t.a l


~ry~ of

WO T*ft.4boiW W*w,9Ye; Sl
eote addreqM9 th (,B ct, t one
is DaIpton, A0". 1rtatji k 1r

ad to discuss political el k- ia
Iv way, and declared .ta be will
nota ave, dunmg his westeti trip;
nanl.ta whatever to say upon t
presidential quitloo. -
"The engagement which I habe
come to fill," he said, "were mad
loft ago, and politics has asver en-
teret Into them. I shall ba' e oth-
Ina whatever to say of a political
There was a decided demonstartio
when the secretary entered the Bis-
ton hotel thread hours later-to attend
the convention of the Associated
Western Yale olu~s, of which hel Is
president. It has only been with
great diiculty that. the Yale ma,
were prevented from 6omiln down to
the depot to greet the secretary ea-
masse, it being feared that they woUld
by their demonstration give his ar-
rival a political aspect. Their of-
ferveacence, however, lost so force
by the temporary bottling, and the
secretary when he entered tie hotel,
was glveo a rece~ ion as fervent as
it was vociferous.l
At 1 o'clockjn company with the
other Yale men, the secretary was a
rest at the buffet luncheon at the
University club Saturday night.


Grand Jury Has Delved Further Into
Slot Machines and Theater Graft.
San Francetco, April 29--The tri-
at of, Abraham Ruef, on the charge
of extortion, has been tpotponed un-
til Monday, when the examination of
a uew jury venire will continue.
SFive Jurore were passed Friday,
subject to peremptory challenge, and
only six names now remain In the
box obt of the 75 men summoned on
the last venire.
The grand jury Priday delved fur-
ther uIto the slot machine and the-
ater graft. But two witnesses were
examsled-Tax Collector Nichols aWd
President Oeo s Dufy, of the board
of public works.
The end sought by the Inquidtorial
body was the determination ae the
amount of money alleged to have been
collected by Ruef, .Mayor Bohattl
and Mr. Deneen and their agents.
The Home Telephone company case
has not yet beeo completed by the
graft prosecutors.

Two seriouss Fires at Lwveeme.
Luverne, Ala., April I.-fill
town was visited by another fire on
Thursday night, which wiped out
much of what was left by the blase
two weeks ago. Nine butldl"na and
the lodse rooms of the town were
wiped out, the loke being about 20,-
060. There in partial insurance, bin
just how much cannot be determined.
The loss at the fire two weeks ago
wu 30,000.

First Race Meeting Beginn.
Lelastoa. Ky.. April it.-'The
B et raee meeting under the ailwce
of the New Kentucky Racing asseoc-
asUlo bkean oa the rmasia trasek
here Baturday afterseas. A total
ol 14,000 ts offered la puree dur-
ag the emonad-ay metang. avera-
lagI 40 to the ra*e.

Norolk, Va., Agei 3.-Sta
from the oporatia of piakpoekets
4tacr the opegtns day of the Jamee-
towa expoltion are beMta vested by

t coors,. whei wfll eve bei
broneht to the attenUoati e the a -

M.sagey Ala.. Aprl 3.-.
U. Ward. at preset the aaet to se-
e the Alabama eltb t the
Jametewa spaesato, has yes a.
petotod a ebste inasg 4 f usr -.

ty. A mwsa""t w t UbinO.
loom wm ofqwwww ."O



Dies at Family Homestead
Alb.oj, N. Y.


During the Early Seventies Mr. 4
look Was Governor of the. State
Georgia for a Term of Years.-H
Been In Failing Health for S
Buffalo, N. Y., Apr;l 2 .-A d
patch to the News from A;li
T., Saturday morning, -ay R1'J
3. Bullock, former governor .if G
gta, died at the family honmei-e.i
Albion, where he had resile si
the teth 6f hIs wife, two ea.rA a
I Mr. Bullock was 73 years of ag
and leaves a daughter, M:,.. 1i.,x
ard Kendall, ofoGreenwich, Ca.,
a son, Preeman Bullock, of in):Ia
Former Governor Bulloevk ':.a, be
la falling health for s~o few days ago his couditdiotn 'ean
critical and his son, (Voney 3 .1lct
aselatant postmaster at .\:a.ta.
telegraphed to cL xe to hish b -t!
glnce4tbat time he ha '), o:; ..,
rapidly and his death, w, ..
saturday morning, was n:ot ur.e ed.
The former chef exrct v' hea'
began falling In 1901 an(! 'I v; ,-
his old home in New Yoi, tninri
Ing to Atlanta In 1901. lie s,,
much Improred at that time ,y
visit to the north.
A short time later his lc,iTh a;l
gave way, and he dccidei t 1.:a
Atlanta and make his humL i :'-
neatly In Albion, N. Y.
Former Governor Bullock, who w
a nUative of New York, I';;)p.I o
of the foremost positions in 'he hi
tory of Georgia, principaly '"a'
his career wase during the reons I
tUon times following the civil war.
He was a soldier of the f,! 1t
acy, a delegate from Richmn,:>i! -
ty to the state constitutional (."v)
tlon Of 1567, and governor f ,.-'
from 1868 to 1871. In c v I
served as president of '0* N.,','l
Bank of Augusta, and w- "
of-the old Macon and A'i..' -
road company.

Ltigatlon Probable Over Big Fojtu
Left by imith.
New York, April 29.-Th AT.'
can claims to have into r.: 1
under the will of James Her ,
the millionaire, who died ren, l
Japan, the widow, who a's
Rhimelander Stewart, rece&-'
$6,000,000, or an income f.
sum out of.bs Immense a-
Lady Jane Oooper, his -
herits .000,000. it Al.,
others of his blood relative- 1
oral beqnests.
Aeording to the Amer'c3a. f. '
of Mrs. Smith declare th. ',
not be SatUafeld with 'he ;*"
ad.e ftr her in this te!. An-,;',
will coateet It.
The wil is said to be !
seeion ot Lord and l-. *
who recently came to Ne, "
tdtasmet will be probam:- .,-1 '
fuaeral of Mr. Smith. wi .
are now emaoute to this .) *.
The American also a3" -1
la a peuelIlty tlat n* .
Lat later wi ll ade just >.,
Imith' marries In wh
lmith made Imre liler. .,.5
Sir's 'sd o. See a WI'. tt Ite
weel4 dpebably be eCoB

Preta m ., B Apr s.--M
OMiater, Pt Cahves lat'
CT a t a. Orier of tJ*
mm St, SB 4ews as o* 'Jr '*
btvd at ft Ma "er b*e : "a


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; In it o. .
MIS^ a:wber
At0ti" but d. :.r oa- et beI^

to tae g o (T liver o.il . ior
'. gws to pu~~ay na de,, u w W ma tok o 1tuW
t w i tt mte health a4 ti Nwbw n o h edity.
: r tate that pbur the j Z t Adh ea
IL. &.Ap n a o liver and 0e6p.at onr ta m edlat es
B'o pri l a qPt- oW, will 4o it, D r boabg preseet. MIls NeW t t 01
poldnt y0tor m*fto wi be retumd. virtually reste to i a*ef and
|iits MrO< Avige of Burlington, to a chagmlg young lady, ll'e Mr.
.r M Vt., wrtee V to..: "to the best sprint Kincald I's d promising young man
i yh4th m o(alo everused; it areste. of LAVe, Oalk
.i 1 l a gely r appeotl o pwalll the blood and Mi ad Mae Kincaid left ont the
O .e p takes away an eeldtng of lassitude." noon train Monday for Live Oak.
'HM irdalane j- Said Mr, W. I. Jonuton, our local where they will make their future
lt. l t f druggit: *a t oud go on quoting home. Their many friends rish for
HS t d III to thefrom htadred of uach letters, but them a long and happy life.
d t opto to try l this stpri on our guar- God ludment
l Yt molt wi th antee to return Moneiy if they are not Is he aentlalt eheraeteristle of man
XnOi eng .n o tnen.. JUOhnIonRDruggist* dwAom. i o o v loabi to g ood boil.
0..v1 eie society. t O the NtoW-Whlwe are ole agents for b es o and noesery to Whooeives.
t M. OrG 10v a4 40bs, hs Vinol Ita qasvllie, it is now for A woman slhot. gord judgment when
4Gr y ay iM fh vepest ale t te lead dig tore In iea- she beys Whie's. Cream Verlnitu e
,' 4d Itsueabeshp how ly every4.wt and city ia the country. for her bob*-the bet wormmediolas
sixtyoIht, and is toeremoaig IAok tor the Vinol agency to your ver otered to mothers. Maoy, In.
r the Is composed ofa the best town. deed, are, he sensible mtheC who
Hiomt proreestV4 elasea, the vper- 1 1 fgwrite, espressing their gratitude for
Wl being men of Integrlty, and In. KIROV SMITH CHAPTER. the goot health of their children,
S, which they owre to the oue, of Whitess
Graves states the sooiety has DOelegaes Who Will Represent Chap. Cream Vermifaoe. bold by W. M.
beld a State meetacg i the- In. ter at the State Convention. Johaon. ____ ____
for the past ten yars, the last The following delegates who will rep- NOTICE.
the Ooala meeting, and those resent Kirby Smith Chapter, U. 1. C.,
in the interior feel that they at the State Conventlon in Jaksonville, To All Whom It May Concern:
ititlUed to some consideration. expect to leave today. Take notce that I shall y to
SThe delgates who will go are the pardoning board of the State of
A birthday Party. Meedames H. H. McCreary and Florida, at Tallahasee, Florida, on
Sof the latest social events of EBans Hall, who will be guests of or after the 11th day of May, 1907,
Qainevillle was a birthday Mrs. M. C. Drysdale; Mesdames A. B. to ask or a remisslon of the fne m-
given at the home of Mrs. Rioh. Oliver and F. M. Prewitt, with Mrs. posed o me at the fall tem o the
South Pearl street, April 28, 0. B. Rogers; Mrs. J. B. Cutler, with *'rcuit Court, Alachua county, Flori
or of her daughter, Miss Willie Mrs. P. Tallaferro; Mrs. Archie da, on November 24, 1906, In the
B so0 Jackson, with relatives. charge of aggravated assault.
was greatly enjoyed by those It Is to be regretted that Mrs. J. O. W. HAWTHORN.
were present. M. Halle, president, will be prevented April 30, 1907.
'ir amusement there were games from attending; also Mrs. John Ches.
a kItds, musio. etc., followed by nut, who i. detained on account of Th n A
olous refreshments, Illness.
gw Rithabtson Is one of the most Miss Irene MaCreary, who has Woaksnd by Over-Work
aIfnt young ladles of South been visiting Miss Margaret Jackson
eaville. She did uot tell her age, In Paragould, Ark., and who was hon- Unhealthy Kidacys Make Impure Blood.
It is generally known by her so. ored by selection as herald, will join It used to be consider 1 that only
frieds. GUIT. her mother In Jacksonville today, rinar and bladder troub e desto
,. traced to the kidneys,
and on Saturday will proceed with but now uudern
B FASTIDIOUS WOMEN Mrs. McCrary to Tallahasee. science p:oves t at
er Paxtine Toilet Antiseptleca nearly :et l d(inei
Ity in the hyilenic cae of theAn Omission. i th tinoer
n and for local treatment of T Sunda sue on- the t important
ine ills. As a wash its clleansing,organs.
Icidal, deddoriuing and healing taland a notice of the annual meeting ori s. e kidneys filter
lesm are extraordinary. For sale of Lew WVUace Post. S. A. R., to and purify theblood-
r o. Sample free. Addre gutler with a list of officers elected that is th;ir work.
A u; Co., losto, Me-uky-r-
raton Co.. Booton, Mas for the ensuing term: Therefore, when your kidneysare weak
S In the rush of the moment, the or out of order, you can u lerstati how
hour o cq te f s h n ar quickly your entire body Is affected and
SJ Jhour of OoInin the forms having ar how every organ eems Uto fail to do its
rived, in some manner the name of duty
Col. A. P. Morrow, one of the oldest If you are sick or "feel badly." begin
Sand niot infuental member of the king the great kidney retey, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
post. was omitted. Col. Morrow was your kidneys are well they will hel
honored by the eleetton of senior all the other organs to health. A trial
lB vice-omander, while Benjamin will convince anyone.
KnafaIa of PI I^diso was elected Jun. If you are sick you can tike no rno..
lor vice.ommander. Vhe mild and the ertro'rd,-ry effect of
S-Dr. Kilmer's Swasnp-Root. the great
The Chrietlan Chareh. kilnev remedy. is pon l Ialised. It
JrrO;ll ..tand the higlhest for its wo:lerful cares
F nWork on the new Christian church. of the moit stringg cast. and i6sold
li^ast Liberty street. is progresaing on its ucrits h all
nicely and the copgregaton hopes to nuggistia i fifty-cent
occupy same within the net thirty antdo Yon 'ay
days or six weeks- have n simple bottle I oeswr am oes .
While (he edibee will not be large, hv rmail free. also a pamphlet tilling you
It will be ample to accommodate the how to find out if yon ha': kid':eiy or
With he Christian cougregatp for some tie ladlr trouble. Meati: tL.. p:er
it will be a comfortable and modern hainton, N. V. Itnm'tmakea:>y mistake,
.T':' btildhng. but rcntutewr the namn, u., nup.Rout.
r *, ---, -- ,,, Dr. Kilmcr's SwamnI-D ot, .in the ad-

The Un Penie dre. HBnghaoaton,N.Y.,on every bottle.
Owing to the tmabltty to *etre a
sa factory tarf.. the e .aEttee of t
the tfur churches who tIteoded to AW e
how* the nnalo O & school Whea you seed P latL Experimeate
Ipissl at Worthlagtom prti" on OOT MOKNT sad so property.
meat rriday, annouees that the a mt e You eMei ae risk when yo be
ho been postponed' atil a stable
plaeftcan be elected. which tea. SAM'SI 0 IM w m i
nmi" ""ops to S"ew " N R wy ME PaT
as myo are PROT3CTYD ABSOLUT.-
dust es*ea"e LY by the elmed sales sad gear.
e a Yotor ae to ealyi tie s thes ad mSo *w *N You KNOW what
de** agg**ht* peI now.e 6 iht Ik ive *e914".
Sthe Free of Charge. .iat o asWetim. Who It Thik io a*o t-e ee. wih osr
baa i b od me e a s$ai tsasthe lime l l.
Sto @ cheek .the thalfteHosm e eoa y DO NOT rtPnIMxIT.
Smede ts .peeegptagl, beeehle ---d -
T0 Meopties. A 'Ne Se at t or G*ate
FN P VSas**gihigItt v7.

~-4' ..;.


SThey know the genuine
as a tonic. 6ithoutc g un,
nfuly relieves that ph,,.-.
eoCbwebby mental stat* so
W. Fee that your
t In Yourrefrigerato,;rA!.
etila Ce..ksonll Fla

WEEZ s. ILJOklJr.:-


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A Complete *t
and ye






and Accident :
,* *'W+^ .b fo,,nip)hdie-


Retailer aad Jobbern

B and Fancy Groceri
rnlb, lard SeedlAnd Fertilizers.



market pBriv paid for OhiekemU, EgSm and other PrUalj
osh 01 Bay Corn, Oals Flour, Bran, Meal, Cottnii '.t. 3
. We hamle only the WRY BEST goods at t,., Lr.'
I PRTO and gar ant satIsfetion flwaIr.


JEckEonville and New York,
Falling at OHARLESTON. S. 0., both ways.
The laet StuhaMfs Is it Castwvi e Service
Clyde New England and Southern Lin
Freight Servlee Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON aud
PROVIDW NOC, sad All Seatern Points,
011ltnit Charleston ioth ways.
8 3hMI-W31E3:n3L X" BAXXit ILa GS
teutahboaud ............................... a Lewis' Wharf, BI '2
Wo*thbound............. .... Plom Foot of Oherine st.. Jack$..
Clvde St .L River Line
Stopping at Paltha, Astor, Bereoferd (DeLsad).and Intermedist I Sa
on RAt. Johns River.
I appointesd4aill as follows JLeave Jackaonville, 8undae,. Toi,'!-7
Thursday, 8a80 p. a. Syturalag, leave Seaford, MondaY.
Wednesday aod Fride,. 9:80 a. m

6:4 pm .. ... ........ ............... lA ma
8:46 ws ... .... .............
80 9 ................. f......ind) S
10:0e0 iam........ *.... wn.....S9i .......*....

P.M.lowuseua Ju, A. 6. P. A., Ja.komflIIC. Vift
Joss A.,A. 0. HeM hT 0.Ej. PX
0. 11. TAnoa, P. T. 3., 0. C. Iwxw, 0. P. A.-
m I iwa, ew York.
L. D. J093MsT. F. A..ILL.5Scsoag. C. A.
Jackseonville. Fla. -.Lemmsberg A.
W- 000oMn. JRN.., A.. 0&1= sMmzuu 0. F. A
jaeknmIle, Flt. piew8SIX. a .NoYm
C. P Leveu&. AMC eeSedbM-1 l. Fla.



13b LPON

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L,, cloud Seg8mr1 lgn1 .ptra,

witkh, ltke th0e~ y A "ODORLESS'
ly WAS.

Ri a n Wth k l01 ;

e Rip vIs.au lm:;e eS
Sco pratively dot et woth

STo the revert, It I gt m tt tfrieto m In eva
ut as they o,. .~ o e e ofri|erator
I b turned to a agogoldn iIe t yMa ru'mms r O ,I
abort time. The n e* 4 te A

le Rip can nti H le" sA a s
Ditcovery of Phopht q
spate has been dIseeot d to w

stoand Nt.wnansvllle. and the .
LID of an expert, who hAppte4d .
T the disc verse, i that toe rnm antnv

# is almost Inexhaustible, ji~ll --
erM his soundings. Thi pef t Phntee 7.

also, in fact he Is rsut that ,, ,,, ,,, ,_._._ ,,_,_,
jepoelts will run o0a vt SVaef WARRIN-JOHNSTON.
i cent mineral ph ph w refriertor
n days ago this expetM who o Two Popular
shortin ill health andhpeo been ApfTlachloola We dnea
medical treatment cantnoticoae e g A hO W
changing through the property of The following from The Aplac

Bolder. He noticed from the mar- Times of the 27th inst., by a e
d the ground that the soil was pendent of that paper, will pro
indicative of phosphate do. interest to readers of The 8un, a
pd began an informal t Warren Is the popular ree
rng which he unewnansvillthed a few the United tate lnd office

L from the surface immense himself and bride will make
teeth, bones, etc. He otiUed home here:
er of his discovery, aI d was "Wednesday morning at 6 o'
letrd to proceed with the work Mlas Vera Johnston and Mr. 8S
ploration in a proper manner. Warren were united In the holy 1
rult was that he "sounded" of matrimony. Despite the
0rty In several places, going morning hour, the church was c
Kowm. when he discovered large ed with the many friends of
a inexhamost inexhaustible deposits, in popular young people.
pi heis coming with s a foot of "The church was beautifully
face, The deepest ahe shaft has rated by loving hands with our
ink so tar is eight foeet,n which palmetto and ferns. Even
m l finish the vein. -a seemed awakened to especial nt
Sexperth in company with for ust before the strains of the
Solder and J. N. the dr- Timesarch began the glow of
| of Newnansvllle. came to early morning sun flooded the ch
th grounday, thbringing a half- with mellow tints of pink and
indiaof the deposit to Dr. H making a beautiful background fc
Shan chemnist, for analy- bridal parrenty who came in as foil
rTixy a'., brought some of the Miss May Moore with Mr. He
Ik & ,'hark's tooth and the tooth Johnston. Miss Genie Moore witi
j animal which he unead been n Mack ParUnited. Mis Sadie Pato
to The Sun office, where maid of honor, came in alone.
teeth, bones, et. He t bride was accompanied by her f
Der of hits Are Liberal. and s "Wedns met at the alter by ning at 6
t o proceed with the workand his bert man, Mron andrley Wa
lorat time, states that te The uhers were Mr. T. J. Mooly

teMr. J H. Cook. Mrs. Wefnr an
1 to bie found ther.", i Mura t played very softly "Hehrt
b twhen he discovered large ed with the many friends of I

places coming within appears to beof "The church was beautifully
Iface.t of dpebbe ashtO. has rate ed the words with uch
k so far is eight feet, ichMr. Shields Warren ands. MissEven n
Anish thave been employed seemed awakened to espeal int

*fotem oyd It'. xpert for twompety yewith for just bess the strains of the

*-o ;t hke a school-boy kwsw The bride was lovely
holder and J. N. omah bway gown the glow of blue radui
Sen ansville c and ame to early m orning sun d, coved the h
Sunday, bringing a half. wity pink and blue flowers.f pink and
f te deposithat theo Dr. H. mak boingquet a beauty of white roses tied
a ()0 brought some white tulle. The pretty r
hark tooth and the tooth JohnstonMisds all wore white
Snal which bad beeny d M ack Parlind white hats adiend Patto

t T lr-..rott, W. T. Ot bouquets of blush pink roses
Cl ii.. la',l of Mr. Hcit r, h Kth pink tulle.
to The Sun office. where. W maid of honor. came In alone.

P r,-a~ e of 18th. er "Immedlately after the eeres
i alIneral. bride wased by acc hot of friend

Lamt Go Skyward. went prepared with bags fu 0 o
yward. hTm i tfll of good wishe.
t discovery, T. .' Mr. and Mrs. Warren left for
t t business I Jamestow Expoelitlo, Washin
i hat the of C., &ad Now York. dwj$
I at ands whleb hbine to their Mtrlds In Gams
ago for $1.#0 pi aftnr May 1 t
chased tod or "Miss Johnmtom is one of Apask
'at. sooe o ISr Is's most baringg y0ng ladies,
't ;rice reoe he modest demmaer sal
" i hophai I loveOi Sly atrtW of h W" o
S .. big tit, as itoee al siiadatuios f a who
a of miuagaa her. Her bther has beeo Ma
t or f n esi of t aOw edty f r abMt 410htMa years
:exeptlhtM o af -dr of
-- -- as -I I I mimeIy

0, the Qass" i

-"due b"him
lu, b~h
~I, bYbe=



goo4 of AWNWnpit 1 Cle
been a verite trmpt or
"Mr. W a It an exceptmai r O "*
obrighyo g4 take a tonicu the
responsible ftln IDthe U S. Io, I". become thick and sluglgsh with n ,
office at GatIo vUle, but we sti4 clawI *l *inactive, indoor life and4trom tbhe It'i sda of t
S him as one of otatr ong mm, as he bea The blood, being i-i this unnatural @a cnditiodb'
he grown to monaad among us, and b "tt ith the body with the increased a'id t otutshm=at
by his exemph'y life won hosts of Ieethe more energetic life of Spring and Sunmmer an the m
friends. who wish for him and his 4blty, weakness, nervousness, indig~etioa,
[ bride the cholest blessings of life's aythe rnor st le santsymptoms of a disordered bloo4_d
Sc Journey. 1en the sytelmisrun-down a disordered coaditio f t
"Vnnv h i I- t. "r iftkowo toscoctions, arsaparilla, compounds, etc.$ _
"Many beautftl gOits attested the 4 ai. ev tala iotash or some other equally strong and
esteem of the 4onmunity for this tpt I which acts unfavorably and often dangerously on tA I
ular young couple, and I wish to sha ikeied system at a time when it needs gentle and natural atim
s4 a tion in particular the handsome silver throWw o the impurities and recuperate its lost enrcrg. S. S.S. ils
o r tea-service preented.by the Framki elycallled Natute's tonic. It Id made entirely of roots, herbs
Guards. of which company Mr. W. froi the xteat storehouse of forest and field, selected for thr :r purify
ren has been a member since he left h.ealth-.trtoritg qualities, and as it does not contain the slightest
mineral to any form it is perfectly safe for young or old. S. 8. 8.
S school. A betul cut glass watr direct a the blood, ridding it of all impurities and poisons, and
bottle and tumblers and a sliver wate the l- properties of rich, nutritive strength so that it is able to supp
b set with sa.ver from Dr. J. H. Alaer systfa tt w the healthful, invigorating energy needed to pass the t
man and the Aud Office at Gal0N. easoa of the year. Its action is the most pleasant, prompt and satisfac
ville. of all tonics, and those who feel the need of such a medicine will do well
"The only regret expressed concerI ottein c the use of 8. 8. S. at once. 8. 8. 8. restores lost energy, rellt
Ing this marriage Is that we will toe thett0, ora.out feeling, helps the appetite, aids digestion, and adds t
Wm two young people of sterling worth a ~thesystem. TE SWIT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA,
and a community always hates to part
with promising young people who "
Ptoly they have watched bloom into sue-
cessful niauhood and womanhood. We I LLAt Te-UI JED l1669.
congratulate Gtnoesville that our Ios
.* will be her gal."I
^ Mr. and Mrs. Warren expect to aW Il ||0
rive in the 0.t.about May 10, sad I I I
they will be kopMae by a host of
friends, all of whom extend ogra
lations and bef-i sS0eso for aI:1 1on
and happy n atth4 life.
Breath HyomePtl Healing Air an&d All
Irritation Wilt eftQuichly Cured. ____
Syo The nost 1nd Sea slannoynld. Cott o ot.
form of cough is tlat termed bronchi%- l ""
hicola al. People subject td bronchial troub. _______ '
orres- lea whenever thee Is a change in the -
ve of weather or they are exposed to a
s Mr. draft will "catch" a bronchial cough,
'er of which Is very dsageeable, Irritating D a ee umawbus u* fes, e nal sel Aim sas Domes fte 4bmse.
, and and annoylg ing, MesIet eaks. base, e prs i m. t mfr rebesta sad ethag
their r asvefta f lteum Speeaitsellfatoe asking oestlous os aS
Bronchial trouble cannot bei cured tge6 olteIolat inshe U W IS tMe .
by stomach dosln. The medicate.l
'clock air of Hy-o-me Is the only treatment ______
shields that reaches the afSeted parts and
bonds gives relief and cure. It detroyes all
early the disease germs that are present -
howde in the nose. threat and lungs, soothJ
these and relieve a the Irritated maee
membrane in all parts of the bronchial A.. N. X aJ.ua Pre- s HO. 3. TAvas, O .....
dec- tubes and quickly overooaes the Ir*. Ono. W. 1T, lV-Prsuieat Las GBAAM. AstM. OshIt
atureown rotation.
ture Bronchitis Is really aa Intammation I
rest, of the mu*cs membrane linig the
wed- air passage pad Is purely a toeol dl. .i
th sease, so that it needs a local treat.
anel meant like that afforded by Hy-o-mel.
gold, If there is any doubt in your mini
)r the as to the power of eoBmel to .ure.... UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY..
lows, bronchial troubles so that the.systeumi
rbert will resist coughs and colds, the un. O-apital........ ............... 100,000 00
h Mr. usual way in whobh It Is sold by Bu lus ..... 0 0,000 00
,1 as W. McCollum should dispel that doubt. ,"
The e agrees to refund the money to Istems Paila on Savings A sole ad Odelases Of Deposlt. All
lather any purchaser of Hyo-nael who Is not T Pni
room perfectly satisfied with the result fol.
rren. lowin the use of the remedy. He
and takes all th risk and if th remedy
d Mr. does not help you it done not cost
rand a penny, wilie If It cures, the expes |I
Sorto i olinal. for a complete Hyeloa
Vad outfit is sold at only 1000. '00 e a 'e

with ill., gathertag ,at1stIes o crp ps,
Her died Priday nihr a the Chicag T
with Home for Inurablee. He wa
otn *trick wtt para!rstsd two Ptwo tt iB, AOOII3T, BIMI IIIIlIlII
laws aso. "Mr. Prime's Crop report", eatiag A -
rried smale the pub:Ther Intow throaid*I .Ul i l O A *. i
tied out the country. Parmes igwardlGd ..Tl*.-" e a
hs figures and a plnIon, as Iflato lb.e.

mony Even after tbh goveramOnt bread.s.
dock, el out Its s:'d on this worl, MIr
who rimwas, by many, oasmIdered .s
Swho authority where views of xpeUrts ge.
r rice
icted. __
r the Den't Put O ff. ..
gton, toa terOhe what you eas . 0 ay qa
Beat day. Itf I L pet of bollgs a bO.Le uof
ile, Ballard's. a Linleanl, who that / i
pla soeeu -m won't have say. E s
Sa bo "A- Ypotou Are Assured "
Swho rheumat sm, rso, ot You Are Assur
asay trashed mmle.. (e. ?. 5. SAbsa.
a the Praire *,Ark..write"1 Ar.. i nswi imam an owefl pea e iu"psbI
knew to tas IM Sfe Mthe good llt I 's. .
or of Oseed ftrme bw Lisiaes. 1 pee
with w lively sed wof rbeews -n
rwo o Mha IlM." r SiA iat $ I hru

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t; onAo 1b Spv. I. T.

Oteamt Murw Vatverui
p. m.-Sevm10aL =.-D

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OWlrliag of Dges eass


Koerefaa A. UNislse.,. 0. A. Tam

wol the Sv'phur the Aeiepted *emedf for
I MViNk Wd ,Years..
aMISM Su lohur k mosif'8sh"gOssestrei
041es0111010ever P" eto So",.lb
bled tro.9i.k pVAlNCOCK1'SoLIQ~lea
Gredi- SIILFUUA cuahes roo to get the to
Don% Opb qlplwr "bloets"4
loom. owaftrs,1' r powdered slupbut tonm
0doldeat lssM.960Q O' uv UI
?lM is plommuasbe taks e"d porf
In Its saetlm, DreggwsellMU W
waetest "11bit" had easov
oe, of Rooma for ew. W0,40
years. I heverated sew.0i Oub*
doe s ofMe LIQIJID. adme Iwoa
PHU& OKMNTU?. and..w I feel
thousghI hmadabroasd a" 4
heade. Is has eared as iAd I am,"
ltem It Will eure actose It sam polta
to- mlog HANCOCK' LXQID Wl

Taking Advantage ef Now Lawo
b. Montgomery. A pr, eil U.-IM
qWatry dottsilete St tbo stae 00 WW
I Ilk upto tho advea"S of t"e A

U DlBaliley, of Tun-
.down by inches,
;pain. After tak-
Was benefitdl I
-better that I will
ti11 i am perfectly

of jealous enemies
oldWO supreme position
] for therelief and
S tops pain, tones up
" ' "ADVICi
lSt H^W decri all
d we W ill s l d you
_, NWdensvelope &

2 0apt s olo L&. a $6
tenuiv4w "a At /, < eiaI $ 2.00 Bottles.
her d"tl io h er
ye. She lrs.tvie by b* pi I1

a Mri, M. L pT omom of CARDU; 'I
, M s Id Ma Thomas, w i i, .. .. ....
d with ho I Pnents In thIstI' ,
* Tn symmath of the0 BREAD
Is ext ue to the family t114 7Mt, `IWiOl t id Palate, Web.
I* oTim eraw" a CA. StS DIGESTION
y! bu Hl*w aSW w" w salt Is ana I ou tiy 1 Praie, W b. elle. of "that tire
S*4'dsrt at t^e befof*re dy w :I Albert-; .Bar.' NO .1 'wlry bread is
tM her sngj? be tntera ON '".t I -. Iw~o apd totherd i lwi
u a ry.t msli-roud tIn ndw. so ; .C.otrAet ,invoving ITnS TlS 8 OWN FAULT
'ao M1r. Thoas feels that t this wish 000, t a of ftoct int the Cooper
n!hC beil4 lentd ot. Ana -oeument aoot ni cma yg "40, ood. whollewome ire,
it biM made tomorrow. was b"ront tbo i Lio at on wi- .S Pll', sa you a 4oor by
S 'on Resarding the settlement of t t BYSTONb BAKERY,
S la, Aprils Are Mval. p e William A. Pale tINtle the lfIoN AO"" 165. R. T. SCHAFER. PF
s aett, A:ftril .-Vlolent $ i"s to ttt t:-
Allitary to vrftse to act agalatt "Ti. ce w dettldS A:t M.A TN
ti, ipd the laborlng diasq Burag iparing ubsauatellte e 'I M. R-AR TIN
at e recently been pliscarded MaPtain da1cttic
ifts, and the province town",, The amount of this deft was $6t, PraCtiCI
Sben enfosmed by b 'd4teitIn- 000. _____Cabinet.-Maki
M af of the government to prosecte C07 .
tbIr authors. The polioe have ar- GENTLE PN. 6PIt 208NE. alaSt.
d rted seven of the twentuiy4W SiS- It Is within the range of possibitMy Opposite P. O.
en of t the appeal. The,*ri"asm that connection nay after a while Roll-.Top D
In1aldie the RoeretrUy of thbeloa of be 4rwa. bdween what some people and all kinds
*e unilOns. all springg fever" (mnanlla thereby Office Formita
.. Swtiont of'othtas ongV1mader to order
Ss Jeffea m tOstM prtleular, but tht all hig set rJinm atifnion s
i.rlo~ttevllle, V., Atfl.~'-Dt. ght) a that very prevalent mal. ate5d. Cllsl
-, i,~VIIasee designs befo
son C. Randolph, i ed 8 4yy gagod. Atato'"As. l *orderpia. R]E
igreadson of formN God6ir Th1a0i eA''wbo have tet e a pftouo PA R ING A BP
I as~olph, a*d a 6Wt-ra iiS eolftwpvN t a 'A oi L hd Uttreat of CIALTY.
of $maM Jefferson, E4d here PH BoY u 1 as.O Bulso Mlxtuar, % _
* 4." for seventeen year he wa, a O .OPo ..
Sof the board of visitors ofad 15 is. water ti treating dyA
S alverslty of Virginia, and for 1 as w tat i ~ ', IAIlUUll
Si t years rector of that inUtlit $fls. h wonderfully n A that n i. oeOOrs
ad4 l dyapepsi CasesU, but that ItSeb, has S miles railroad I
SfRT TA BY mirble ""yl' tooe*" 2"y llw rd, H post e
ll what many people need at this-auom s. ilW-ehoolo, 27 phosphi
T. COOPE of the year. Most scsful sfor n pe ndp
or ,__.__ are said to follow the use of the prep. dieme eoa, cotton, rice. ,s1i
to* ,HOW TOE U L aratt1l45 In doem of a tab1wOos-Bhl aIgm, pe, ftoo, pineapples.
. Administered thme timst a day. e 5Bprardso, pofngelabi
lot <- pr crieption. whMch a p *Saall kinds of veuetblm
don se' seabsl .la d h>. sb am st can pue t up,oamtale.othlmg mf the L P
'"''"*" G d i S leadt degree harMtfIl'and would emi I ountl 811 1i
Wn a" it itaghe to be well worth a rOW1. r two ob
S-S -"-I -- '- ally of Florki
u. eAle' s Oa-avlle and Alashuua COoty M* S1 three Dnews P
SaovsNe piltll AMltln. o, oiel office, the b
A speci s A lmebagof the1 alaeovillsw
OWd Abesh mo uty sptal An O three wool fwe
Sdos sIs lled for April 'e ,Itwo mon i etorif
oI Ierh shed 1907. at the oos.olma W. H3aptWo, l p l two frtilllhtr
Oes *B9Kl at a p. M. This b abtisg It oaled for oeTseeifying t
tir perpeS of sateleting a preldeit s two banks. aDd *
and oBldmah etathe9be4 of trewtto s b i
iman"arf;4 a oebal line
Owt-. |d Add ais A ,tail twadans ll
guesO* ins os tem is e .
a. s4 Aa 8ATa.d" The lordss
i eh win& M- -- -ab i -A-& -,.1--* A. 2--m2 m1 tiwi





mter flamly. It


I *

Abst may- be bed for rraW WoebW 0
baas from the state taswO 0 ,
up #s"gat in -a tlen msfr tkom
messy, the, county oa MandoPh.w"
forr, SlWas the ret nt. gw baa CTW
qlobeen heardtwo*pa Pfl e
tjp th ovuhty Woaz4 IOM that
pu, may dmo*&* that hae
is eesr sea t to the *eJ espe --
___ IIto0S o

~n~lr&Eirhrthe a buses-'C
am *b tptoost D. H. Nry t
mals ~a~gto," o
4 tthe tW ene i 1wmyi

Meet. cbas' O Nwo Nw as
aies. bea ndt f* ad am Sf

mot Sc- 4

owls I


165 UUY h and Fm*y'T

I n..
A m~msis~d 10

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~~gsishte ro04

iNmhelO D of

Kw1 Woowa

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,VMS$. p. .. .

&~livered ubON*

t '.we"

as CORISIkfu an Ow
he'Sutg and ge@WA 4
ta for $I.Ci
bills bewma
iis Cotflct pIntl" "
topay fagsc A

a now as bo W
igflsing in as I.

I t ever occurred W i
as to whether t
Oot like the second t
in 1 8? '

m ore trusts have
I in Germany. I
i the Kaiser will be
pM conspiracies aga it

Liia has painfAly It
constitution and t A.
h by to see whether aiW tis
to kick the foundation froM al .,
. ._______________
& Twain can now give Mr. Car-
|1s laugh. He remains sti the
plinent man who has not been
by the French Legion tb

Braden town Board of Trade
ended that the city conn-
Sthe town charter amended
the assessment of one
Sadvertisilg the to W.

|atal condition of Mrs. 4dy
t examined. If the atieasts
the game both partlee-to the
likely to find her fortuWee Ir
leted before they handle any

Britain thought that Insult
American flag down Ito outh
s very innocent and funy
eloped that t was the Brit-
Snt the American fg thatI

listuning to Speaker Casag,
STaft and a few other I4
bg advocates of Pert .
Must feel that the l
bland is decidedly favaorgle

t Mad sparkling G&Ma t ee
1dobt1l shine brighter tra&
I for Editor McCrry bhas
a Mergonthaler lino1 e mpI
the office equlpjmt.--t.
^1 Tlrics.

S Juhnston's Apatcaibit
with Its last issme (NuI
*tK-ond milestone of Its
10 that ity and section. M i
I a pioneer, aid bee
latrOus one of the bog
Ipaix -rs- in Plorida.

P rburs Times a"d Wb-
&R1n k.C(their
PttI9 ouWt an excesllt al-
'-:t t o that hustalg yi
Sa 'r joters Strhub sa
whole tea, U4 k
th-.r t-efortM an spgao

ay. ov-in. r,.W
awa oppoesd'to 1H.S

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18,.Illly eo198
St IIlthe diue ease .eied.
bihat so oft"b wAM
Sthe annv ,
sdi Rwo hdsave
UThis was oomlshd ued Dr. Nhf m '

record who faInw -CU
opposed it. The vote on the female we h
almost alwa It is
lW ,Iapprprpiation bill in alcoholic, noa "ll its
last l therefore the only teat being printed, hotlvnewr
W t members vo ted The 8en tlas nodA d I M
more open nd above boar4e andw i med i
T call disclosed 21 Senorse mnt
e r dri e"df
AIjR nst the Increase and fifty. evervwal schoo
it. these nu
A4inpscted that when this At all be nou
4at terease In salary was voted around the i
Sth e20i et mileage for each mile free on requ i LV. PIere 0t
rVOd goin to and returning from B afalo, N. Ynl
rorBments Ph f m elore wlht
h seslo of Congress would be than any amo -the oay lay,
led to the actual expense of the onp n .oesa uio
. This graft, however, is still col- The most In
6d and amounts to $1.,00 for the (Iame on knoaitof
abers from the p~aace States and. f lot of you n M i plm o
in, In proportion to the distance whatever ls oI stosPt8.
teod, bhlch is all out of r aM lpti.-o- ofl't
th Actual expenses, which do me4 well.
ed twenty per cent of the Dr. Plemr's. bl ot
mpt pld by the Government. on receipt of
r1 July 1 Congressmen will re- Ia ol N. Y. *
* 4125 a month as the salary for p 0ot
r lerlts and as many members do y letter. Al
eploy any regular clerks, to such U a cred y
amount can be mostly added to And regulate S4 b
Salaries. There are, however, _ii_ _I___ $_

some memnmr who employ two clerks
sAd .fxpend more for clerk hire than
tiA revive. There is also another
peqsite of Congressional office of
'$1U per annum for stationery which
1, ra*.y expended, as the official let-
vhl -ds and envelopes furnished free
to each member of a committee and
the franking privilege cover most of
suol expense. Then the Government
fmlishes the large Manila envelopes
that are used for mailing speeches
and does the work of enclosing and
sealing them free of charge, the mem-
be only paying for, printing the
* Some members of Congress have
been known to save all their sal-
aries, and W. F. Tyndall; who was re-
tired at the last election as the mem-
ber from the Fourteenth District of
Missouri, bopted before leaving Wash-
Ington, that he had saved his entire
salary of $10,000. He acted as his
own clerk and was enabled to live in
Washington on the money which he
drew under his clerk-hire and sta-
tionery allowances.

The National Publicity Law and
Qtgaisation demands that the books
of the last campaign be opened to
public scrutiny. What's the good!
We ,ll know the Republicans took all
the campaign funds they could lay
their hands on,- not only from Harrl-
mah and other Wall Street magnates,
but from the trust funds that should
have been soared to the widows and
orphans of policy holders. What is
needed is restitution and a law to
rveat then from using similar cor-
ruptica funds In the future.

Its a pretty tough proposition for
the Democrats to have to start into
the eomtna campaign with the Repub-
Mas having already a s$5.000.000 cor
ruption fund, according to President
Reoeevelt and be should know. No
waoder the Republican politicians
don't want to pass a publicity law for
It woved cut of those Wall Street
alignn contributions.

i@ Reward. *100.




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We note wit aret the appear-
ance in The JM -lgner of strAes
by Anne 0Haga ad babel ordoft
Curtis, while t WeOttaumod ek .,
"Economy Fars," by MIles Brad tord
the author ot, ltte4ts and I," still"
amuses and instrets the yoUng farW
elr, and interest all who know either
more or less thsb he about farmnning.
But The DeU never forgets its
purpose of beli, pagaSine of praqo
tical use about ., bouse both for
the women an of the family. It
makes no stra tr eher facts or
fiction aimed ;,qvle Its readoamm,
but with cons enterprise. eon.
stantly offers e of every ,ay
use in running '0 present ge-ditim
of both.
Many of the edi r bloas pleMted
and described are gr ful ad ett
beyond the ,verag%. The "OGTda.
ation Gowns" are 0 seao !ab ad aive
the unusual qpallty of betag o sIsle
as well as pretty.
Mary Kllqsth a regulars eontritor
to The Deslgir, has a timly artiae
on the "Veraldas of the Day." It
helps in a very good work-4att of
making people who have entry
houses reallse how mush comfort and
room they are doing without wbM
they have no adequate verandas to
step out upon.
The Desigaer for June haMsedleas
suggestions tht one might begin by
using today. *

Henry Wattwon usenrstafda "'tat
Mr. Roosevet said IsMt winter to a
group 9f jouialista that if t h b
publican Natpal Conv
and nomfnate him and

without any ore .

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TWo dal y trains each way with thruou .
Ov f eepT n pg Cars.
3 dayse and fifteen days-limit e
i from April 19th to Novem

exourpions at very low rates.
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hta. 410 goo 8 e*nhbu
ptiscoifl~ptei wef*" s
Wrda iit b 0Ib4' low, I-- Ve
P~ W~ a e saowbo brought
Ite ~aa'*WW "tisblafew
*4 019191,41W40 4 W across
tW,.qh the Wooft aftr

opt Ior, IDEand4-on#e joined in
0t for the UWII wreors. At
0t two white wes an4 a umgm,
04Id the crime, were oPtur.
he *ode severeR sios frma
me 'lot POeattemnpt" holdup.
=~ to talk, and their pam..
'wn. They are being held

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oer Uhis A or falas ulas~f IJ~n

I'a *ravely Seves Hmemo .. D ~nSTIT
0a., 1 APO 19-The re-
In, the dty brought out a ofte. ve, moron. aadersPboae Is W8 du
'4,O acts of bravery by the
Isaqf the town, the most we-
I qN. which wagtb1ht of Mile. I'B1DIhAND BAYER,
0.0vr, daughter of Mr. and
T. V. 011m~v. Mr. Ouvur's ATTORNZY AT LAW,
a large iwo-story building. ,. FLo3ZtDA.
We the sasng Of conflagrLato.
Art Vag at Its height, the CIA seon yes. 1191 property, (I0
mW 6C fthe hoose caught firsproesosd S&M U OYad) phO kelbt
Places. Mins Oliver. be-*.t Sm~i $111t. SeinE hi
ai? ~memberof U9 family alot" ofwhat you ownforaaWe. 2145m
411 the time, promptly climbed
the roof ami extirmsuhe -'AZR 3AH ON&SAT
W bdalready tarte. $beNTESX&BATR
*',witb buaipg embrs *from AT~omlq3YS.ALAw,
Upt dmW 14to Mm~ee was 6. SOLIOflOIU1.OHANCflY..
l k ky lOwed It Caught. OMW.is Hesumsa 3110ek.
*Apil Sau4cers
VS Wet Wgiafor Clinton. iNY -,#
4t's WU t~wyI- & Pa l T. s- ELLIS, Jlt,
it allxkmes uavwe sOWtVW khi
~ointouding a 1O1EY A4.AW
ji wulah, whobad10W.tWOdtOSV
tm, its in hWang a OW*164"ou
near that p~m. e o**mvza. Faw
Ist awyers % t7 ba
w~ary Putishmeat OW hbe' 9#A-
heW ~t. Alum Contj w ccw
P11t0"s PttOlPe eoey PS*. ieq~
Ninuaab. G(a.. April U~."41SOI5I hWr ILCeherim" I r.TV
Obtlen Io s exp ressed tW aefto Vmc LSIL OdmmahS
Will II.who veftl SVR Mb GAIN E Irs m 1%& iA
h'desperately Ill. otae o~
e. C~olonel1 bull lha bees 1% s et ubv ed
44are of his phyalciaa at hWe Ilob U"I"b
home for several weeks. Tw*e j ofgsay
Sthe rourse W this ssaeepep
OoW~tlo bees criftecl, bet_______
froto the last attack haas ~ AU&IO o
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At the 00*, (1 *i *
hRc hnowb t igoul tthep
p ea, leaves w. t1a s c

vired his I 'gatorhip
tnog rapidly to* IU .to
1.B. distant he oe t"d brP*
0. Hartwell Keona.e. sof .144 (
af employees of the mOl. r
.to the spot to -NOe wa
Sreptile who had dared to II.
roadway. His 'gatorship b"d 41W
however, -an4 After A thor-
sarch proved -e It
Decided to "burn the rMsal out"
tquently flres were s artt and
viu not a great whlle bo S there
something doing tof thq Hofuript
pe for matters got eftre* tioo
Sfor the saurian, wh, made hi
Cleb known by a Ti o ps attpt
icpe. He wasn SU ItU 4, bW-
r, and soon a heavy chain bad
Splaced about his boIdy.
I required a hauIfdoi0moIg a$ af
bIu thee reptile up the rod the
*I during which there was ild lnwd
e agitationonon the pat of both
i men and the 'dator. '
ate formation of the saurla atom-
A leads to the belief that he had
Sfeasted on a whole p Ig. 4
mstown Has a" Guest Invey and
Diplomats at Opening.
Kortolk, Va., April 9.--No ocea-
N In the United States, except the
Imntrtlon of a preoldeat hs at-
umWd a larger repreentatten of 4
mBlnent Americans end distlWelsh-
fI reigners than gathered here on
i oc0eeon of opening day of the
mutown Ter-Centemnnal exaoaitlon.
A large proportion of 0feal Wash.
ion Is Included It tne speal par-
Is, which came down the Powtoma
Igesos of either the federal aov-
oani or the exposition aiiafe-
at. In addition to the, preol-
it, the list Included the diilMt' j
Wnts of thirty-sevt nations,
hraI niparubprs of the preaidnta's
KnMt, committees appointed by the
ftonl 2.nate and house to speclal-
flpptent congress, as well a15
Mrothpr members of thene bodies,
C Wnid the delegations after the
rls were mafde up. Among these s
Speaker Cannon.

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Who will come and get a Savings Bink and start a Savings Aooount i~ the new bank
which will be opened by PHIFER BROS. in their handsome store building on the
Southeast corner of the Square on MAY 1st, 1907.

THE SUN Proposes To -ive Away $1M0 in Cash
To stimulate the great, grand cause of Saving Money. There are hundreds of
Gainesville people who never save a dollar; they Oover think of the "rainy day"
that is certain to come to all. To save spare change or a part of one's earnings is
all a habit, which, once acquired, becomes easy to continue, and before you know
it you have a snug sum in a reliable bank-and this bank will give you interest
money twice each year, so that your savings are really earning money for you.
Everybody has friends or acquaintanoeswho have been more or less successful in
a financial way, and in ninety-five out of every hundred of these instances the
success that perhaps makes you envious was started by the bank savings habit.









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Every person renewing their subeoriptionto The SeumiWeekly S (for one year or
Daily for three months or who subscribes for The Gaies" e Sendl-W for one ya
The Daily Sun for three months, will be entitled to one'ot thee pocket bank
charge and will receive credit at Phifer's Svn~ Bank for 95 -2kt

a. a

Daily Sun. $5.00 Per Yer; $1.25 FOr Three

S'emi-Weekly Sun, $i.oq Per Yr

Get in line ard be among the first to secure this bea I nk

free of charge. You must all in et.eon..
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The kni n
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tfor rent. A. IV&L
p,,pe for .aWe t ts .


.Od milk cow for sale. E. A.
p'Vy-Sholes typewriter for sale. Ap-
ply un office..
. A few newspaper files for sale"Ap-
pIV at Sun office.
I 0w stock of buggies nd wagons.
Huter & Edwards*
m purest ingredients used in our
Keystone Bakery.
aouse t~r rent, 606 8. University
tiet .Apply at 700 8. University.
to T0At-Lower floor, four rooms,
afturnished. Mrs. Clapp, West Me-

! For Sale-Building occupied by
Sanders & tarle and E. M. Weston.
Apply L L. Hill.

Slipped at Huati JVi- Lost--A Black ear trumpet between
S' rs. Chapin's and Hyde's store. Re-
,e wood for sale. J. N. toi, turn to Mrs. E. E. Voyle.
S11 ; P For Rent-Three desirable rooms
WW' calling cards In latest g.l ifor light housekeeping, one block from
Office. square. Apply 109 N. University St.
o M typewriter ribbons at this ]ave your stationery printed at The
Wefor 75 cents. ofMfice. First-class work promptly
Hpbone operator wanted. Bsat delvered at reasonable prices is our
Ia Telephone Co. ', '.OUo.
hk leases for sale at this otes. Wanted-Bright, active white boy
it per hundred. to work In shop. Address Lock Pox
eter of Waldo shop ', or apply ont premises, 1106 N.
ks Fletcher of Waldo (eop eet.
)ia the city yesterday. .
) tke best printed A i at Frank Hale, representing the South-
prie call at ThePa ". e Ouaranty Company of Louisville.
Price call at The oe. KKy., left yesterday for Live Oak and
r Rent-Large room, ftnlshed other points in the interest of his
aunilshed. Apply 80 B. Ul On company. *
bh bread of all kinds delved lliasq Gore and family, who have
Na door In time for upper. been residing in Gainesville for sev-
.T.t' oral ears, have removed to Archer,
. W. T. Tuttle and cildreit of which place they will make their fu-
hou siwnt yesterday in this acty ture home.
i friends. Captain A. l aul, special agent, and
hited-All-round city solicitor and Z. .Paul Brown, a clerk in the United
tan wanted at onoe. Apply gtat a laud office, have returned from
atm & Earle. Tampa, where they have been in at-
i Maud Fisher has gone to Tama ttdance at \the session of the Utsni
tre she joined her father, who ted States enurt.
hiloyed there. James Lovelace,. formerly of this
SSale-Two Clyde Line'tikets, city but who Is again residing at
lville to New York and retra. his old home. Brewton, Ala., is here
at this office: on a visit to his sister, Mrs. D. M.
L Harper left yesterday Wt '7Jonkles. His friends are glad to
hon. Ocala and other po welcomeO him again.
h" wpnt on business. A. B. Chltty passed through the city
I can be pure and Asti It kay Suday en route from his former
k and of poor quality. yTo hoae, Micanopy, to Jacksonville,
Se h, t only when yout gd n whoerO he is engaged in business. He
lbbon j was on a visit to his parents, Mr. and
tad Mrs. Harry McMR4& .-M fr. 3. C. Chitty, at Micanopy.
*iika,.: .locatMea1" Prof. A. W. Blair of the experiment-
str.*t, where they bee Vg a0l station, University of Florida, left
1q6 .J:1) s. N.day for Kissimmee. where he
I 4,hird,. law sa* Ito look after an experiment on
Lemt Line, who akes chanwg grow~ig. He wilbe absent
ert 1in .Jackona" ..a Wednesday or Thursday.
ft off icial bjinen g .* WoV. 8. Bils of CAedar Key spent
I11 tri, tratvil 8= day and yesterday in this city, a
Aba tt of his brother. T. B. MEli, Sr.
Atlh th aib I., rlis has been Indisposed for
ac n ne e tiae, bqt frienkmas will be glad
t, a,. to lesar that his condition isgreatly
Gt R.iprve.
AU alarn of Are from Box 62 was
rmined r yesterday afternoon at 3
leek, sumi ma the departmet
ws a wth em m l promptaes to a burn-
SIL bjtauw sap on West ULberty
es5t. The blr was esinagulshed



I?.WM WM-. ~Iae m anatis~ ee is th
IF. so Nosv. ~ bNrth Gas

IL ofPalst-
ims bem oNowminemel w sant ot
Him Ulaw.

office today d thi
Come in a ot yoir te
turns. .. ). B5ADEOR

For Rent-tbts tor house
turntshed or alfurnaMbed. Apply MW
N. University t'fet
W. G. Rkte d bo has retuMrn
from Flemt ,on. Micanopy mat
Other points o a business trip. ,
Miss Carrie ro has riwrn&
from a deihttu Tvisit to frieuda at
Rochelle. wkht. abh went to attdt4
th6 Ile crtAmu dpper at the etloein
of Martha Perry Institute Frida5
night. .

Dr. and Mts. J. F. McKi stry, Jr.,
have returned to the city. after a
pleasant visit to the meeting of the
State Medical Association at Tamp&.
and an extend-d trip to Havana and
other points la Cuba. They report a'
delightful time-nd a most intersettag
trip. "
William Jonesa of Archer, tori"'
of the moulda department of0t
Maddox FounyP" and Machine Com-
pany, passed though the city en route
to Lakeland, were he was called on
business. M,. Jonaes s one of the
most competimt moulder in the
The serviqoi 4t Holy Trinity church
announced for Wednesday morina
and Friday aftsa oon have been can-
celled on aoc ot wort now being
done in the i Mas os are at
work build e brck foundation
that will sumoft the massive altar
and platform.
I will buy froM you or sell for
you. at privah) i auction, any
household or lbittehe furniture, or
anything else yo, wlah disposed of.
During my 10 years' etperlese in
this business rVI ever had one ooma
plaint of not having Jtimn satlstao
tion. P. M. Onv h.
W. B. Sadler bas accepted a pos5f
tion temporatfW at the office of the
Western Union Toeleraph CompaTy.
relieving Opator Padarvis. Mr.
and Mrs. Pe a & rs expect to make
their departuJ' il a day or two for
Cincinnati aun other points on a va-
cation of a mrkth or six weeks.
E. StragftesMw, the Ilveryman of
Alachua. was aimon those who visited
Oaliesvllle yaterday. '


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Dress Fabrics, Laces, Embroid-
eries, Notions, Towels, Ta-
ble Linens, Etc.

POtII8, Etc

Mrs. R .,Wilson
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Moael Vernon Lodge
No. XA, Klighis of Py.
thbis, tmete ionldih at
A00 nla their Oastle Hall
a o r Dotem's Buk.
Work li third rask. ViqiSlli brotiboe
welo*m,. W. T. Po ., 0.0 X. A.
Sspx, 9. of R. & 8
Lost-Ldy's* gold open-be*ed watch,
monogam o~'tback. Silk fob attached,
with two gold pins on fob. Suit-
able reward tor rot% "pan office.
W. Trub irtl Bodita4 left yeteru
da7r for Jkakonville, where be will In
future ride. Mr. Bodiford, who is
now a freslssa druggist, has soe
eptnd a positionrlth the O'Donal
Drug Campmta. While his friends re
Wft tery much to me himb la4,
the *1 wish him muoo fhitar l

Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Coia loft
rorday for Ouit Hammoolt LAvy
Oanty, where they will rasmaa I'r
tow days as guest of the 0q6f Ie
mOk Hotel. Mr. Co=aIM M to u t
esotlag from an illse whis* oe
kept him conflnoed to his rwop fo
several months, Add pm with the
hope that th& change of atmosphoe.
eUc.. will prove of beneost His friods
bopo that he will return ,Nu b *-


Fer sale sor For Ron&--?be
Park Compansy effre sfor uso# re
par "Pewssigh s oom ridess is u"
Parw, fovipeefte 0t ea"u or.P'4
HOW"s will e ebee41011 d maud f
"""Mpany 41001A me tH~ tame;
pony also.*eamer's f.' soeiwM
Umlseutyat he Pro" eof, an
an $M-41094 sAft d 4 per
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C&if.t VAURAiM.
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seglaulag April lie we will.
bar Sammer rate of 4 per '
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