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: May 31, 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: VID01130
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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1 CarolinebIslads Are Visited by
a Great Disaster.

t L & N. MAClReea d Upo ing end I

NoMAv.,pto Va., May 10.-For
erCJud W. LovIn, ~, p r o
***,* ~ the Thomat Ityas est ae wa
woin 800 a 700 one 'Tesin ded tfor the murder
pwe wv wa ew 2WThe od st Bata, at Oak Pido, ne
S plowd 1o the s&oad. Lovenstoa noh Apl2 following
drive dtaria whih Loving claims EA
Stes dru ded sad assaulted Mits LO
k. alti of the The proqoWlanp tInki elmult cowr
SAi tooonln of the bore Tuesday were the Inlotment a
H a M fefrm *sle of Loring, bis arralIgna at, pleading a
SIfn ea h ehogp.-Other Me. not guilty, aaIlssion lato ball in th(
L May IdZw .w aIn em of $7.000 a ligaments for an
may.o e. against change of Vpnue. The defense
4l Ky. liy M.7-A v sought a hanoe of venue and the aif
Smabof tdsts on th Lous- ternoon esiODn of the eourt was de
*d Nashvill visvoad* was or Tvoted to the readi otf davits an
Wemesdeuy. are bre- the argument of couasel on this point
Shabnd 700 g als employr- It as 44M0 o'clock before the hear
if o. 0 t. In working In was 90"eluded.
01tlht l rleUe ahpa. The ele' Ise ttacting widesprems
Prudent guckalow, who or- Iterest, owing to the prominence o
O xtriko on recent of a tele- the parties.
Mlp degat yO'CoatM, f the Counsel bor the defense In asking
lAeoiUtloni of MmunD- for a change of venue submitted I
S0ilai that eighty pwere.ost o number of affidavits, among them on'
pmen will gotout on reoelpt of the from the accused, who swore thai
r and that they will be followed he did not lielleye that he could re
It becomes necessary, by the black- ceive a fair trial ln' Nelsonecounty al
tis, boilermake rs ad other skilled half of the people there were related
ban slt the different a bo le. to either oqe family-or the other. Judg4
bg hachi~xste ask reogoition of L ving's sman is Judge John D
t*0loa, and a uniform sole of Horsley, of ynchburg.
In each shbop. No increase
I s, demanded. NOT A CANDIDATE.

ARE TO TAKE FIRM: HAND. Senator Danlel Net aW'Aspirant fo
1 TR HPreelidential Honors.
ai Buesiness Men Foerm Com. Lyachbrg, Va., May 30.--Senato
1 6iM To Take City In Charge. John W. Daniel, of Virginia, who hao
fa rancisco, May 30.-Within been suggested by Sepator Raynos and
e-iat few days a aomemIttee of 6 others as a proper Democratic candle
Soomprislang the uot influential date for president, says in an in-
Smen, mnerahants, sad iranu- tervlew:
l'ers of San Pranolsoo, will be "I am in Vio sense a candidate fol
ted. It will form a rallying point the nomination. While the kindness
tohe-decent, conservative element with which the mention of my name
the community which wishes to has been received In some quarters
tihe law and order preserved.and Ia naturally very gratifying 'to me. I
Ise e oafl4ence deatored. do not think the situation calls for
,pi'personnel the committee is in- any publw expression from me at
ded o be representative of those thit time.
in the community whose in- "In the wholesome condition of pub-
are most vitally at stake---the lic feelings that has come to pass, I
.... ants, business men and manu- think the national democratic platform
aets rs, t sm large owners of prop- should enunciate broad, general
y and the leaders In the financial democratic principles and be confined
rid. Its else ami the character to those things upon which the demo.
'Its members to laIntended to give It crate are generally agreed. 'Thu
B power and Influence that will en- limenid, It would bring together tO
sble It to take a firm stand in the Demoeratic forces of the United
| ant crisis and bring an over- States, and if they could be brought
| ehlming ladiuence to bear against together they would have an excellent
'.tob e f of disorder. chance of victory."
Spurred by the declaration of Govy-
imwor Olloette I e ls public statement Twice Hit By Bolt of Jove.
I Pritsy last, the executive commit- Marion, 0., May S0.--&% weeks
'ig appointed to joint mass meeting ago Owen Rowe, of Kirkpatrick, was
veral yars argoby the merchants. struck by lightning while walking to
PM.hanae, the merchantas association, his home. He carries a long, liv-
he okamber of commerce, the ma'.- id scar on his shoulder as a memento
hcturters' and the producer' aeoai- of his narrow escape from death. On
Itlons and the board of trade, who Is Tuesday while reading he wA knocl-
%bek of the movement, have been ed to the floor by a bolt which struck
Si0refully canvassing the ground af- the home of SmU Reamonyder, a
*aw due deliberation la about to an- n-xt.-door neighbor. Mrs. ReasMany-
a unce Its plans. der and her daughter oeee were burl-
S. ,,*ed to the floor. Both were unable
LITTLE CREDONOB TO STORY. to spak for some time. All will
:le0 Thought that Calges's Brwther is Georgia Mayers Meet at Athena.
Prowling About Cantop. Athens, Qa., May 30.--4e annuall
Sleveland, May 80.-Thl govern- session of the Georgia League of Mu-
sliat secret service offietaial place lit- ncipallties met here Temay ta the
le credence in the story published on Colonial theater ti Se. phoesee of
Mi dnesaly to the effect that Michael a large number of Athaeiaa. A large
aoi, bother of ioa Cle sI, the number of mayors froee all ever the
Hb of Pre.'idtnt MoKlnley, as state are here. After the lanvca-
lI Canton. tion by Rev. B. L. 11l, Mayor W.
14 Peter C. Dick. chief of the local P. Dorsey welcomed the geest8 t
eoret service bureau, said: behalf of the city of Atbess.
"I have heard nothing oeo eta -
*le matter except what I have read W 0 F(e at uBahrl~e.
a the aewapapers The staemeet Ualabr.ge. Oa., May .-@ire ema
t we are looking for Miehael Col- Ta ay nalght destrsed IS w-se
-Is not trw. len though the omees of the Balabdnge l~ Sr eemn.
has lgoe t ('anton, I see a e pay, a wholeale ,o- e*taltag
hfor aay alarm in this. Of a lees of about S4e,W, waek tIs pas-
ri$ if he ta thor che will dibi- t r evred by laeuraacO. The lasa
be looCated and watched. o- ee 0oa the idetredek were totally
S4e: ~ etord. The ortnta ot the re Is
Q.uanae. Vielte lrthpiace. aot stated.


Crew of the Vessel rarely eaped
With Their Ulve*.
Pensacola, Fla., May tO.-Parties
reaching the ctty Tuesday from the na-
v yard brought Infortnatioh of the
af there early Mondamoreing
durinq an electrical s rm of the ves-
sel William Smith, fJm Key West,
for Pensacola.
Tie wohooner was struck-by light-
ialng, which followed one of the masts
to the deck, tore the clothing from a
member of the crew as he was hurl-
las a box of dynamite overboard, and
,passing down an open hatch splintered
the bottom of the vessel.
The vessel sank at once, but the
crew escaped In lifeboats.
The schooner was loaded with a
wrecking apparatus, and on board,
was the\box of dynamite which the
man threw overboard just In time to
save thi lives of the entire crew.


The Casualties Will Extend Far hate
the Hundreds-Natives Rescued
Days Afterward Clinging to Tope of
Ceooanut Trees.
Victoria, B. C., May $0.-Pilr-
thor advices regarding the sastrous
twphoon In the Caroline istales recent-
ly reported by cable from Sydney,
Australia, were received here la the
sails from the .Orlent.
Tmhe typhoon passed over the Caro-
line Ipland group on March 28, and
hundreds of people were killed by
the huge waves which swept over the
smaller Islands.
The natives saved were mostly,
those who had climbed cocoanut trees.
The typhoon extended as far west as

At the Manila observatory on March
30, the typhoon was registered as
belng northeast of Yap, in the west-
ern Carolines. On March 31 It was
found to be north of Yap', indicating
a dangerous situation In the southern
part of the Caro. nea and the Philip-
Thq accuracy of the observations
from Manila observatory were con-
firmed on report of advices from Yap
and the Carolines. The island of
Pile was entirely destroyed'. and the
waves which passed over th'e island,
killed twenty people.
Heavy loss of life is reported from
other; islands of the group. Some were
entirely covered with water, and the
natives were reecued days afterwards
clinging to the wops of oocoanut trees.
On Wilson island, 20 people were
killed, and on Blerol Or Philips isle.
which lies bewteen Yap and Ule, 60
people perished.
.The majority of the telands of the
group were denqlated, and the loss
Is said to be great.


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Quiney, Mass., May 30.--It 3as3
interested party of southern 1: L a
women which former Governor j,,,p
F. Johnston, of Alabama, ar.i l1:
Mary Campbell, of Birmningna:ni le,
to the yard of the Fore Rive: s:A;
budling company Wednesoa' fk th,
launching of the scout cruiatr ti:r
mlngham, the former goviLn,: a, th
state's representative, and t::e r.
woman as the sponsor of the ii ad
4ditlo to the American navy.
lncludedln 'the christ, ::, pa-ty
were Major James W. H ir;. th.
representative of Mayor Wa,!. and i
score of other citizens of i;:::n g.
ham, together with the par::.' and
a bevy of girl friends of .Mii Cimp.
The Bitmingham, w.%ich is d*;on.
ed to make a speed of 21 ,L. a
hour, is a new departure in :..
nlag In the American navy.
Vhe estimated speed of 2i :: ,. a
hour while slightly lers. t, ii *:;a 0
the EInglsl scout cruisti-s. ;- :,nr
than compensated for b. the itjVl
to maintain the high s;>p.d :: a:
conditions of weather and in a i'.;tio
the American type of cr;: :- h
more than twice the coa: a;ucifty,
and therefore, a far grpat .: radi
st action than The English ,',u!.
The Birmingham is 420 fo .)
all, 62 feet, 8 Inches In brad: t!h
has a draught of 19 feet. T,., to'
capacity is 1,250 tons, anjd Ie: sitaA
ing radius at full speed is k -mat
at 1,875, or 6,260 miles a' 1 knot
a0 hour. It is estimht d t:'. a l
will develop 16,000 horsepower f
The01ea Ie ebulj WVf :t e *raugh
OUt with two longitudinal hi:'; hoet
and five decks, the main .nl jrt
decks belg continuous fr ri 'I:u t
stern. Her battery wil! n:l-
two fiveLnch ad six thre -::,V'. ra~
id Are guns and two twen .'--- D
submergedd torpedo gunJ.
Her motive power wi2 ',* 'r:,d
from vertical engines wl h four ey'lin
ders, triple expansion type. ani
will havw the usual twin st'ews
The Blmlngbam will lw i b
gushed by her two-pole ma:' ..nd
four short smoke slacks.


Change In Georgia Program.
Washitfgton, May x' -President
Roosevelt has, upot his own Initia-
tive, made one change in the program
for Georgia day at the Jamestown ex-
plosition. Instead of transferring from
the Mayflower to the battleship Geor-
gla and completing the trip to James-
town on the battleship, he will re-
main on board the yacht from the
time he leaves the Washington navy
yard until he reaches the exposition
grounds. He will visit the battle-
ship during the day, but his head-
quarters will be on board the May-
flower. According to the original
plain,lommissioner Mitchell and Gov-
ernor Terrell were to leave Jamestown
Sunday night on the Georgia and sell
up the Potomac river to meet the
president's yacht. The president pre..
fers not to make the transfer.

Collection of Alabama Products.
Montgomery, Ala., May 0.-Com-
missioner of Agriculture Wilkinson
has begun the collection of Alabama
products, including those of the farm,
the field, tne mine and the forest, for
a permanent exhibit at the capitol.
Though this will of necessity be small
It Is hoped to make it comprehensive
enough to give an Intelligent idea of
wht the state has to any one of an
Inquiring mind. The collection so
far consists of a number of samples
Of wood and graln and some of hay.

Jeph O. Cannon. of the LeMnr aInto Health COed e.O.
1680se of reprs1ntativ-vs. ar Moatsomey. Ala., May 3.-W.
Shere oSn an rly traln flnm th p. Sow, of the l Iand taaferd aal-
S at Waltoa I w"a "It t verlt"y, it hem klook i ,t teg
M de0 by a ra ptIon commtute ,health tad saitary'ooadKtIao of the*
as t ty a roa "uliford co state. He visited the tianlbter pea
has. ta M with friends a and laboratories and took away ap-
olatUmve, be the place of bhis tleof he laws. Ho is a meoaar4
brth i SeI the clty tad also the state oard of health f

.' ,.". '. I. ". :" '., ,4, /

Is l Practlcaly Given Every Employee .- ."'
of Burlington System. Georgia's Souvenir for Roosevelt.
Chicago, May 30.-A dispatch to Atlanta, May 30.-As a souvenir e
t the Tribune from Omaha, Nab., says Georgia Day at the Jamestown expo
that salary advances aveiragng 10 sition President Roosevelt will be pre
per cent all around, have been grant- seated with a handsomely engrave
ed by the Burliagton to employees plate of solid gold taken from a mine
over the entire system. The In- Just 20 miles from the Georgia hom'
g creases became s~otive o0 May 1. of the Desident's mother, the plate
Practically every employee of the bearing a reprdducUon of Bulloch hall
road, both west ad eat of the Mis- the Bulloch cost of arms, and th<
sourl river, shares in the advance, Georgia coat of arms.
except the tratamen, whose pay Is
fixed by conference, and the teleg- Relief Ship ftr Silk.
raphers, who reoenUy received an Washington. May '80.-Prestdent
I advance. General Rixey is endeavoring to have
a10ch department Is given a 10 per the hospital ship Relief put In com.
coen additional allowMeae and this la mJssion for the care of the sitik of the
distributed at the diserotioa of the navy. She Is urgently needed al
heads of the dopartimeats. The raises present at Norfolk, where the naval
are adjusted aeoordag to industrial hospital is to be rebuilt, its present
merlt. condition being such as to unfit it for
In the Omaha oees alone, there th* me f te ack at of
will be an Increase et approximately the service.
$60,000 a year.
-roundad Steamoer Alan Afloat.
Given Up For Lest. New York. May W-4.- e6 aSeame
orl 8ydney. N. 8., May 30.- Kaiser Wlih ,-r. der OGeN, which
Forty Frenct fshersme have been went aground on the weat dte of th
given up for lost by the ofletals of main channel, In the ler y bay on
St. Pierre. Miquelom. ae men Tuesday night, wee fiagtO Wednes-
were members of the erews of the day morning without salbaa"Ce other
schooners I OGtrartin and lAePle e tan that gives by hr *wan engines.
which left Pt. Pierre ftr the GOad T* steamer a partly usMtaaed no
Banks two months ago. Prom that ma" --
day to the present there bas bees Mllner Relgs Peealtlem.
nothing heard frdh eIther veseal. It lAnville. May 0o.-Mr. R. C.
is thought that tbe schooners wore MWlaer. for many years y aperintes-
wrecked In the eastrly hurricane tlut death cf the laiisvrille diviaelo of the
wept the Banks on April S southern Ri, , .:n-.nced his res-
In nation Wqdne aay. Ie will be
Will Star Under New Management. suooeeded by C. G. Walker, of St.
New York. Alay 30,-4+sle Jandla. Lmsa. Mr. Milaer will rmores to
the youngest of American stars, will Atlanta. Ga.. to engage la the ga-
play for the next five years under the' eral contracting bustaeas.
uanagemeat of (.ar !e t agrmm. ------- _
*e has signed a contract to star toIa e1in takers Strike.
a musleal comely. Arranrements amre era. May 30.-The Joorae y*e
bhalg eemp'et!o for her appearaare bakh struck TueWday alght. Aboat
at the bentastkn of the sext season is.o .5W bakeries are aecftf asad more
a uasical conadyv anw b.'c written tsha $.W2 e e aeto. Top d e-
ur her byr a Aamerisa ariajr. 0Mis a- lo a stalhma wie a .n Par
fts a prea la atI aoo er I Co- Wak, e t etotwelve hrs a a
*A. 0. Wss- W



e Net Directed Against Foreigners.
the Government.
Owatow, China. May :'- -A p.
t lamation Issued by the Sran n ~
lutlonary society declares tl.,, tt;e '
rising Is not directed aga!rt fo .*l'
er by ordinary Chinese su',e's.
[ jae the government. I.s ',:'-'
foroptrIonists begin ) '
and burn every Yanrn and r x*'ras"
ate the officials with the ,:,
overthrowing the govern men.
Tae missions, with the i'-"p'ls
the German mission at ;.':.- bc
have th sa far been usam >-' .
the missionaries are abaad, '
attlona and seeking refjfre t "'
The local offrlets', *' I *
vi#w Of the prMciau.ati'o- -
argg the goer"Ment at 'k"te"
dispatch g boats here
tnoamuglan a outgotag C .-s "P
eagersm the OaCachjfu ra ti
are searh e.
Uvely New In Court.
Rekinart, Ga.. May k ru-
oe trial f a case ina IUI |
a's court ae&day af'termnl.
mI I. P. 41ady. reprewc'&;"
ath e|ia the state *<"' <
aa p. Ieato0s engau ed t u.

theea Mmday. it is o 1 '*
ai IiatIaad at *aton 4
duab" at M wrdy w '_

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BimiDgham Is a New AdditioU
to United States Navy.


Christening Party Was Headed by
Former Governor Johnston, of Ala.
bama-Miss Mary Campbell wa1


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Ii te4f a Union sail.,
oani 'for Oaineiville:

Y AtTINDEDO tiptfl

Jilnt Gathering of ,ge r
ae, Citizens and Rer
s gof Various Rallr
Appointed to eafeI
compliance withi tW i
ppeqred an The / (a
there wa a a .., ai- WOet-
Joinmetoeta .ng Board of
r de and o i represent.
s of the varo lra entering
the city, at thbeat (chamber Thurs-
day morning at w*hick Mayor W. R.
;Tshoma, wdemit of the Board of

Sho t representing the rail-
"W .B. i monto of Tampa,
$%it the Tampa and Jackson-
SR14ddl, general perintend-
the Atlalac Coast Line, Jack-
'B Usisrey, represent.
e b Air L e, Tallahas-
Thomas stated that tho
Oe the i ffing was to consult
theepe tativee of the rail
j the atterqt a union depot
tan.eetvlle which the people real.
Was, adly needed.
t t be m. open for discus.
e t iWere .many Interesting
4i W members of the bqard, citi.
is4 rep~renta tves. It was *vi-
,'by the remari~ of t& railroad
that the road were willing
Dim ee to anything reasonable, as-
) the meeting that, considering
*pmnA' Would not be excessive,
r osads were perfectly willing to
ply with the wishes of their pa-

'A resolution was presented and
ted requesting the railroad corn-
O t infmplete a union station
two Years,.
irepy to requests, the representa-
irwUested the chair to appoint
j AmlMth to oon4r with the rail.
9edvil engtheers In the matter of
of a desirable site, the probable
V al union station such as Is
red etc. A motion prevailed to
effect, and was carried, and the
their appointed U. F. Hampton. ser-
etary of &ao Board of Trade, W. B.
J*Tylor. J. Thomas, E. E. Cannon
3nd J. H. Jarvits.
.The meeting adjourned, subject to
call of the chairman.

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To Augusta, Ga.
I Daily Pullman buffet sIvephilg car
Vnes Joakokcnville, Vii., at 8:0561). m
*Atlantic (hs4t Lie mid arrive S
usta the noixt morning tiet 7:40ai.m.n
o PUllman re-s'sryvaiodu" feethes
Atlantic Coast Line ggtuits or writ,-
to FraokClt 0 Auhiatn, Dloieiruu l'psei
Sget Altons. Av~isntic Coast Line, Jac~k


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It Cfts lTo Nothisl.
We hmpC il mmrk aad rlnUsk

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Onid Army, Aeoompanled by Memb-
i of Unit ted confederate Veterans,
Daug htet ef Onbfediracy and Oth.
erO Attend the xerelee.
Thursday was the National Memor.
ial Day, or more colaonly termed,
Union Deoaratlo iky, and the event
was duly otberred, a Oineeville by
Lew Wallaeo Post, Grand Army of
the Republic, With most impressive
As had bese previously announced,
the membs f. Stonewall Camp, U.
C. V., both aprte* of the United
Daughters of l* Confederacy, the
Spanish-American war veterans, and
others, had been invited to participate,
and at 9 o'clock the carriages In wait-
Ing on the oaorth side of the court
lifouuesquare conveyed the G. A. R.
and many members of the invited or-
anisatilons to the cemetery, where
the exerolsee, simple but sweet and
impressive, were held.
The members of Lew Wallace Post
were very much gratified to have
with them their venerable and much-
biloved commander, Col. H. F. Dut.
ton, who sacompanied the Post for
the frs't time Idn several years.
The Program.
The.program% was a most interesting
one. Th? ceremonies were opened
by Commander Dutton, which was
followed with vocal music by an ex-
cellent quartette. Prayer by the
After the charge by the commander
and a poem read by Col. I. E.
,Webster, the oration of the day by
Dr. F. 'Prescott Bullock was deliv-
ered. The speaker, in his usual
clever manner, deeply impressed his
hearers with his eloquence and touch-
ing tributes to both the dead and
the living of the Civil war. Dr. Hlul-
lock also dwelt with sincere eloquence
on the soldier life of the Spanish-
Americahi war, paying the American
soldier the highest compliment for
valor and bra+ery that could be paid.
At the conclusion 'of this oration
the graves were strewn with an
abundance of flowers. taps were
sounded, the benediction pronounced.
and the cortege wended its way back
to the city.

.Mlerose, it.lay :3fi.-%llMch ynpilathy
uand ri'gr't is extended by the ineiy
friends of Mr. andi Mr. H. lr.uu.tt
of iHu thoni t the .siidd(ein id'ath
their little baby. which occurretl on
5fbuday evening.
The Misses Thelma and Willit.
Hoffmau of Duunelloni are thi, gutitts
of Mrs. Nova. Husband.
Mrs. M. S. M. Caldwell left Mondity
for Springfield, Mass., on her usunil
visit to her son.
Prof. H. L. Rogers of West l.ak'-
was the guest of W. N. Lee for several
da)i during the week. Prof. Rogers
was pIleased to meet his fiends again.
having been principal of the Melrose
awlueol two year ago.
Miss Minnie lre has returned frontt
a vry successful term as school
teacher at Newberry. After taking
about a month's rest she will teaclih
a summer school at Jennings Lake.
Thlie lketront lot of C. P. lluffmaae
has Icen much improved by a new
wi'w fence.
T. A. llirt received last week a very
handstune birthday present from his
mother. li the shape of a fine cow
;lteil calf.
And Still They Wed.
HIs Honor laude Maso,. during the
part two day., has tisued marriage

licenses to tie following. all colored:
Thomas Tiouglass and Mattle Young.
Joase Wilson and Fannie Rows.
Wa. Douglass and Mabel Jobnson. I
alley Armstrong and Carrie Till.
If Yu Dent
aceed the bbit time tm Herbine
"ad you vwi get o tat realize. T
greateMt lver regwlatr. A peettive
Sre hit Oostpvtim, Dlmpo s Ma-
tarbi. Chits sad adll Ur om tats.a
Mr. 0-1. of 3Bory. Toma. wftes.
"My Vwfe has beam uu HeRtebe for
hereltt ad hboream teS Y rS-
It is a nmre ew etf o-v I
mart re v hr twoe isM
by what it r M ed*O
Sold by W. M. jeHm.,

I ~UflUV

E Malll OtEn iron.
top 9 Few DAys As



Upon a Charge of Assapit and Battery,
After Having Whipped a Son of
One of the Patrons of ,the Sohool.
Change of Venue Granted.
There has sprung in Bronson quite
a little sensation, according to the cur-
rent number of The Levy Titmes-Dem-
ocrat, being caused by the arrest of
Prof. E. T. Wetter, principal of the
Bronson school, for chastising a pupil
a son of W. A. Stringer, one of the
patrons of the school.
This arrest occurred a few days pri-
or to the losing of the school,'the
warrant having been sworn out at,
the Instigation of Mr. Stripger'.
The defendant stated that he did
not believe he could get Justice in
the court of Levy, and upon his peti-
tion, through his attorney, the case
has been transferred to Alachua
county, and the hearing will come in
Judge Mason's office on the third
Monday in June.
Pinnell & Son represent the prose-
cution, while the destinies of the de-
fendant; have been entrusted to At-
torney J. A. Williams.
The outcome of this oase will be
watched with a great deal of interest,
as a similar case occurred in this
county about three years ago.
The charge entered against Prof.
Wetter is assault and battery.


Fe* People Are Really as Well as They
Look-Cause and Reme4y.
Many people In Gainesville, both
men and women, who believe them-
selves to be In perfect health, are of-
ten in the greatest danger.
IndigeAtion, which is so common a
trouble, is the principal cause of the
greater share of the general poor
health. It has misleading symp-
toms that seem to have no reference
to t e stomach, iuch as headache.
sleeplessness, specks before the eyes,
pains in the back and side, etc.
The success of physicians every-
where with the prescription that is
now embodied in MI-o-na stomach tab-
lets has made this remedy in the last
few years the acknowledged specific
for the treotmont of stonmch diseases.
The seC'ret of this success lies In the
fact that Ml-o-na Is prop'r-'d express-

ly to strengthen th (dig.-stive organs
and Its use for a few .day, Iuts the
w hol d41gestivet sty item in .asch slhale
that it c(an care for all of tli food that
is eaten \without pain or distress
Simply take a .Mi-o-na stomach tab-
let before each l eal and on retiring,
and It will so strengthen 'the stomach
that you can enjoyna hearty mealwith-
out the least fear of distress or autf-
fertig. J. W. McCollum gives an ab-


%6,e n or htchen coer, if you use a

WIk ie tam 01 Cook-Stove
It ls the r oil stove-the mtp oil stove.
up-to-date every particular. Lighted in.
tany. Give the hottt lame produced by
any stove. Made with one, two, and three
burners. Every stove warranted. Write our
nearest agency if not at your dealer's.

SIr' Ais the best lamp
LAJ V-J APfor all-round
hoqhMod se. Made of brass
throughout d beautI nickeed. Perfectly con.
str~cted; absolatly safe; unxeOlled in light-giving
power; an ornamat to any room. Every lamp war-
ranted. If not at your dealer's, write to our nearest






Fire, Life and Accident

In the oldt-,t a :, i
corn anlit'; :

4 [(InOOpOated.l
Abstft'sl of Title and full intornatiof turnished regarding ls 1 B t
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty year,, sar
to thoroughly conversant with land titles.

senting a number of prominent American and Eng'ie, gom,; ..
G3-a.rl '-,'L]Ie ?B JlI o-r i o

hiA. M. GOazAM, President H. E. TAY!. r.. -
U*o. W. Hros. Vi-ePresident Lz GRAHAM. A n-t ,'


solute unqualified guarantee that your O A. D8.Ty T..ILLE.
money will be refunded unless Mi-o '
na cures. He takes the whole risk TT.ITEDh ,TATES DEPOSIT()
anid the remedy will not cost you a U* N T D S AT* "EA UArUP1
penny unless it cures you.
--- ap tal........ ............. .. 10(c,", 1"
Great Damage to Crops. Surplus ........ ... ........ ...*0,ti, 1
Monut.omery, Ala., May 3 ).-The
reports to the otthee of the cominis- Interes Paid ou savings Aeeoonto and Certificate of Depo.,t. A. HBAI'
stoner of ,gtricuiture Indicate that the Tranaceted Promptly.
heavy raise (of alunrday and Sunday 3.f. TAYLOR,_. _
anmd Sunlay n1.sht have dune incal-
culal'e 4,irt- to the cotton c iop, whir'u G S M E R C H A N T C
has hlia I ?;a4 tlme to rt a start S MERCHANT CO

witlthte ;:uesunhilne of the previous
few d.iys. T"ere were heavy falls
in all parts ,f the state anid they came
at a i!:re \\', the cottmin was least
able i t Ki'.s.t It.

Coming Press Association.
At;. .'.1. May t.--Thery will be
one h:!i' : and frty-flve p"lt vias-
itors t to at. a 3..iU: cnvent'on of the
Goorzi:a -..tk:v press as.-ociation in
SAndeis':'",, .luni S, inclullug the
editors anJ their wives or sisters.
that many havlag notified President
Celeman that they iould attend.
Preldeut Coleman has givn out an
elaborate program, wIteh wil be car-
ried out at the 8andervilli co ven-
De You Love
your baby? Toe wonder why he arts.
Buy a bottle ot White's Cream Vem-
Sand be w never ery. Most
b em have wan and the mothers
10 how it. Whte's Cress Vaul
ates a mtee- Idwas ra em
0ot It ar t Im o a plesaMt way.
very 1ot~ 1 eWM ep a bottle
ad thle eadte fo *t beo With
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leaiofl n d 1.bberv to

,Staple and fancy Broceriei

W"UH m G"U"21 ILI!I
Higea*bMOPiik Paidtet Ch&ehe-a4E0gSWadOther Pr '1"-~

A Omplaestol @a" OosuOislour, rSm, Heal. Ci)"v'~
mdR&, 1eof s Mly ej 4V1RT BUSgo@"tshe Ic:1w
Pit S. a sammesess"hslo alwas.

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Cases ]Danger of aId


or Licenses Raied to One tho"
nd Dollars, But Ther Were Ot6ir
ig License inlaM-Onl. Two
NMore Days of Leglate o 1
The Senate was called to order at
b0 a. m. Wednesday with. Presldwnt
rris in the chair and a quorum pres
The following new bills were intro-

te bill No. 466, by Mr. 'Baker-
dlsting to power and duties of State
itor Under waiver of rules the
Vi was read the second time InI full.
ocdon to place bill 6n final passage
drawn and consideration tempo-
i'rily deferred.
SSenate bill No. 467, by Mr. Massey
L.ReIative to funds now in treasury
credit of pension fund and making
Dmne applicable to purposes of pen-
don act of 1907. The rules were waiv-
I and the bill read Abthe second and
,vurd time In full and passed, 26 to 0.
House memorial No. 15-A memo-
to Congress of the United States,
Lking for appropriation for deepening
,ad improving bar at New Sytdrna
Mid deepening of North Indian and
Halifax rivers, was read fn full and
Opted by vote of 29 to 0.
Messages from House of Represent-
5tives were considered and bill passed
both houses ordered referred to com-
sittee on engrossed bills. House
mgssages relative to Senate bills in-
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Istht viaue f evln vwita"
oIsa .tan wI

udvigeratgr of sucl
vmq b "ans o

They an pefect
sped and will Inttei

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duted the libese to $25. Senator
Harris offited an amendment impos.
Jnag license on ferries for freight or
piaseuters of $100 In. cities of more
than 10,000 .population and $25 In
cities of less than 10,000; amendment
At the suggestion of Senator Crill,
consideration of the license bill was
suspended in order to consider House
amendments/on the tax assessment
and colleeitbn of revenue bill. The
amendments were all concurred in
and the bill ordered engrossed.
The Senate adjourned until 9 o'clock
Thursday morning.

r that we recommend a HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.
Ch known qualityto oa
Spatrons r The house was called to order at
- for i 9 a. m. by Speaker Matthews. Prayer
DORLESS lby chaplain. Correction of journal of
s* aet amk ae m w the 27th.
!* a a House resolution No. 91, by Mr.
be Smmy W at Harvell of Santa Rosa-Thanking the
meW d am speaker and attaches of House and
r State officers 'and clerks and citiess
IuSmee ,of Tallahassee for services and courte-
refrigertors in every re. sies during -the session. Adopted
rest every housekeeper is unanimously by rising vote.
on Tm asaime I Select Order.
v om i At" l Senate blUl 49-Mr. Crill's pure food
AikSS I I bill, which was pending on adjourn-
i ment. was taken up and the reading
tInished. Amendments by Mr. Russell
I adopted, inserting word "not" in sev
eral portions of bill. Mr. Russell
moved the rules be waived and bill
Se tad the third timae a03 Iu *rat d


Phene 7.

bill No. 49, by Mr. Crill, being the
pure food bill, were read, with House
atfendments, which were concurred
in with one exception.
Printing Expenses.

aenn:tliy postponed oruered spread Senator Adams moved that the Sen-
apon journal. ate reconsider the vote by which the
Expense of Government. amendment of Senator Trammell in
The Senate then resumed the con- regard to the amount appropriated
ideration of House bill No. 546, mak- for printing was lost. Roll call be-
Jig appropriations for the expenses ing ordered, the motion to reconsider
of the State Government and depart- prevailed and the amendment increas-
ments for the two years ending June ing the appropriation for printing for
30, Vl9. / last half of 1907 from $7,500 to
, A ntsage was received from the $10,000 was read. Senator Adams
Governor and consideration of bill de- stated he had a communication from
feared., while message was read. This the comptroller's office stating in ef-
referred to Senate resolution No. 65, feet that while the smaller amount
requeting information relative to the might be sufficient, it would be well
tate bank examinations being made and perhaps necessary to have a suf-
by clerks in the comptroller's office. ficiently large amount in case it was
The Governor transmitted a letter needed. The amendment was on roll
frorm the comptroller, in which it was call Adopted by vote of 16 to 15. A
Ka'-d that seventy-seven examina.- number of other amendments were
tlo: ha!d been made in 1906, and offered, those defeated and 'those
thus far in l!'07, and these had been adopted being practically on the same
mad byi, Clerks W. C. Croom and W. lines as those of the first section.
I M.':ito,.h. and that no per diem After a long debate on various sece
hld i,.,n allowed them by the depart-. tons which lasted off and on during
M6111 the entire day, the bill with its

Pay of Legislators.
?-'lir \\W.,t of the First cast a
bO:h ,.l iy offering an amendment
e'ttr, '~1in item of legislative ex-
S," -rmn $:, 000 to $78,940, stating
t t i! hlij lea for economy: was to
be .:alnl the Legislature should
a ,' home, and this amendment
(,J ha-. the effect of reducing the
P ,:!mb,.rs of the Senate and
M- .:rc- $; to $5 a day. The roll
S, :nIi: ordered. there were numer-
\ ;,anatitons of votes and some
. '*.n, The amendment was
lo..t a lose vote of 14 to 14, and
t ,ral filing of better humor
t fo i,;rvade the Senate cham-
the vote was announced,
, ,^ 'Pisting tension was some-
2' :*aud. Senator Hudson offer.
to arnv*ndment not changing, but
to (. xtnlt itemiing amount 'ip
r r hospital for Insane.
House Meaaeas.
r'n" "ration of this biU wa de-
S' a few minutes whfle the
'ld take up Houg se a eIp
S r bills to comm attee cm ordr
S :g pased both house eu-
: NI moved that the roles
t .:,d that Huejolt regta-
'' ty Mr. Paul of Holmes
"',ttutlomal ame.da.met
; ;ornlionment, be red the
S full. A roll call betia
nate retfued to walp
'! the reohlutki as t.
t '" umittee r t csatanI -
-: eut Is.
tra" : No.
R tepregsm yer s In Con-
S Uaneate wthf t a-ter
4Lr0af of the National
'L abd4 a tort ti cow
1 gne atto w
tBder ad,. of u-ksI. -

thirty-nine amendments, was final-
ly passed by a vote of 19 to 5, and
same was referred to House for con-
currence in Senate resolutions.
Raise In Liquor LIcete.
Under the special rule adopted.
the Senate then proceeded to consid-
eration of House bill No. 51308. this be-
Ing the general license tax bill. The
bill was read the second ;ime in full
by sections. Senator Humphries of-
fered amendments which were adopt-
ed increasing liquor license to 11.000.
of whioh $500 shall go, to the State
and $500 to the county, and requiring
an additional municipal.tax by incor-
porated cities and towns of $500.
Senator Crews secured the adoption
of an amendment requiring dealers in
cider, beer or other intoxicating
drinks to close their places of bust.
neew on Sunday.
Senator Buckman offered amend-
meoti reducing license tax on social
clubs selling Jiquors from figures in
the bill to that imposed under the ex-
isting law. Senator Humphriee stated
while he was opposed to the sale of
whiskey in any form, he still thought
the clubs weakened the saloons afnd
be favored the amendment Finally
these amendments were adopted and
the increase provided for from clubs
was eliminated. Senator Willis offer-
ed an amendment prohibiting sale of
domestic wtaes and brandies in dry
counties., amendment set. Senator
Jonaonm offered an amendment re-
ductug Ilcens on undertakers In
towns of over 5.000 population from
$60 to $10: amendment lost. Later
samadment by Spnator Harrs re-

the bill passed, yeas 46, nays 5.
Mr. Watson of Dade introduced
House bill -No. 97, thanking Mr.
Knowles. speaker pro tern. for services
during the Ill ess of Speaker Mat-
thews; adopted unanimously.

Afternoon Session.
Afternoon session called to order
at 2:30 p. m. by speaker, quorum
By unanimous consent, Mr. Parkin-
son of Volusia, Introduced House bill
No. 592-Appropriating $750 for the
relief of John ... Dudley, representa-
tive from Hillsboro county, who has
been dangerously ill for several weeks,
having contracted. the illne3s In the
discharge of his official duties; passed
unanimou.,ly, under suspension of the
House bill No. 330, by Mr. Milliner
-Protection of fish in Suwannee and
Little Withlacoochee rivers; passed,
under suspension of rules.
Senate bill No. 93, relating to dis-
qualification of judges; passed, under
suspension of rules.
Educational Tax.
Senate joint resolution No. 325, by
Mr. Buckman-Providing for levy of
special tax for maintenance of Univer-
sity of Florida, Florida Female Col-
lege, Institute for Deaf, Dumb and
Blind, and Colored Normal, was call-
ed up by Mr. Wartmann. Pasmed, 42
to 13.
Mr. Decker of Hlillaboro asked to
take up House bill No. 26N, by Mr.
Dudley, his (olleagupe. being the bill
to appropriate $15.000 annually for
the Florida State mid-winter fair,
which was agreed to and while the
clerk 1was getting the bill from the
files a message was read from the
Governor, showing the financial re.
sources of the State for years 1907
and 190., amounting to $1.492,677.28,
with necessary expenses of Oovern-
ment, exclusive of special appropria-
tion, $1.361,126.10. The message was
referred to the committee on finance
and taxation.
The Tampa fair bill was taken up
and after considerable discussion.
passed, yeas 34. nays 2.1.
IHouse adjourned until 9 a. m. Thurs-

With It companions, bart bIm,
Satulemma torpidity of the liver, r.
stIpatis. palptatjos of the heart,
poor blood, headache aMd ~ er a-
oms. sympius. sallow ka, b m
toagt. easitve breath sad sa leG
f other alhents, is at eos the met
w-espad sad m t lve uaWldy
ms the Am cam peape The BU
bme tesmmt will cure a thes
troublesM h bottle. Oid by W. M.

Ms. AmUM-D-e wise; emd far
M s- boolmete-- mmd uIra e
g Ogly weu; melargu part. Me
medles; as take. ts eet. OsL
am 48 nemge T

The first requisite of a good
mother o good health, and the ex.
poerien of maternity should not be
approached without careful physicala
preparation, as a woman who is lin
aood physical cond tion transmits to
hor children the blesaingsaof a good
contitution. A
Preparation for healthy mater-
naity is accomplished by Lydial E.
PLinkham' Vegetable Compound,
which is made from native roots and
herbs, more snooseftully than byfany
other medlicine because it gives tone
and strength to the entire feminane
organism. curing displacements, l* 4 R, JAMES
epration and inflammation, and the
result leas suffering and more children healthy at birth. tFor 'l

Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compo
has been the standby of Ameria nm oer In pain for child
NotewhatMrs Jamekchester,.042? W. 8 th t. New York says lte
l eter:-Dear Mrs.Pin kham--"Iwohevery expectant mother knew a
Lydis E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. A neighbor who had lea
dits great value at this trying peod of a woman's life urged me totry
it an .I did so, and I cannot a enough in rergal to the good it did .
I recovered qulckly and am In e bet of health now."
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is certainly a suocefstal
remedy for the peculiar weaknesses and ailments of women.
It has poured almost every form of Femnale Complaints, Dragin Sensa.
timoa. Weak Back. Falling and Displacements. Infammaton. loera.
tic.and Organic Diseases of Women ad sla invaluable in preparing for
Childbirth and during the Chanpe of Life.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standib Invitation to Women
Women suffertn from any form of female weakness are invted to
write Mrs. Pinkham, at Lyin, Mses Her advice I, free.





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Do a general bankxia bustae sup sad sell Foresis uad Domeue lseasege
The aeaentom ef bas Mers.eerrs, ei osUosa.farmern., imebsMaus ad obe
received eo favorable erms. Speoolai roaUisel to masking s0oeesoi ae all
soeemible soIaula she ailed U as es.

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Id Car Will

Im o b Alr-
rbe moveuen~rt
at4 nilnpv dlt t o at
Sseaseli, tSd r.o
Being M t od.,
Sthist wea .t; the ftlit
p and 8vst ar pTry rewpeet,
e Is 4 M1 t wbyh a rowers
.Y and
v rich fiancoal re-

t u fberrop is good.
.ther prod-sda ls
1 b0utWaln It s said dby
roaer,, and those In a
to tw, tht be the water-
'ad tanlupe rops aro good
Mt to make a handsome
4esd banw4soin profit to.-the

UVSOup ha#e been ob the mar-
the past week. While the fruit
e tocal market sems well matur.
t ea y of cveafneg.a
t ji hi: Atrie It state

an ldalpfd for the 1I-

trlngfellow, one othe most
To growers of canlpes in
is, eny the distinction of
the Aist fnilt of the season
v, Ibov 1t made th first conu
silt taFriday of the Oast week.
fruit was fively shapqd. well ma-
and will no doubthring good
In the Northera markets. Mr.
low has made frequent ship.
1I express.
'TVh Pirst Solid Car.
lhe lrat eolid car of cantaloupes
'leve this station on Tuesday of
,nlomng week, the oar being loaded
SGo .eiavllle Melon Growers'
This car wVl comprise
itt hundred crate. of the unest
P at can be grown in the United
Ratis, absolutely perfect and of uni.-
iB ltae and ripendas, and will reach
K Northern markets In first-class
4ItioS, ready to command the best
The Saeson's Yield.
Prom an authentic source it Is
.aed that the yield In this section
season will be about the same as
year, being from 125 to 150 cars.
Is an average of between 600
700, and, despite the long drought.
has proved a. binderance, the
t came at last to invigorate the
S and produce the yield.
v ~growers of truck and melons
year foel greatly encouraged, as
6 prices b~d fair to hold up during
entire season, owing to adverse
Itisons in other sections of the

.- Mysteriously Disappears.
f'aso, Tex., May 30.-It was
out Tuesday night that A. W.
aes. a Jeweler and a prominent cet-
'1* of thia city, had myster4ouely
Ksaappeared. He left/hero for New
May 8. Ho left Chicago oni
oth of May, and has not since
heard from. Telegrams have
received from the New York
eters with whom he ~etl sayo
had not been there. He expect-
to return here on the 16th but from
tase he left Chicago, not a trace
his has been found. He owns a
business and is la good ftan-

"ebable Death of Alleged Treaters,
''a Franeleco, May 3(-The steam-
OCty of Sydney arriving Tuesday
from Central America, briags
y of the probhale death by ox-
an, of Juan Puentes and M.
t.la alleged traltorv of Salvador,
were taken. Into ctlstody aboard
City of 8,dney by Senor Figuora.
Sf General lFiguor.. president of
Passengers arriving tn the
or believe that the two prison.
were shot soon after they were

Qelraftlnio Aganast Havane.
SAla.. May 30.--4uarantine
Jg-@ Mavaah. Cuba. was establish.
1Od Teattr aN t by th United iates
beapibi se.. All vessels
bavto b eat Vwe tt damy fohmo
habd hebare bes alew-
o et a wWm aad.-

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SpCedilCy Cured
by p ticuara
A uw both with
Otlourm Soap and
gle application of



Conferred Upon Him the Degree
of Doctor of Divinity.


in His Delivery of the Commencement
Address of thd College, Which Was
a Largely Attended Feature of the
Exercise at Rollins College.
Special to The Sun:
Winter Park, May 30.-Rolline Col.
lege today conferred the degree of
Doctor of Divinity upon' Rev. Thos.
P. Hay of GatnevlUe, who delivered
the commeneoma t address.
Dr. Hay was greeted by a large
and representative audience from
every section of the State, and his id.
dress was one of the moat masterly
efforts of his life, full of practical
Rollins has enjoyed one of the most
successful periods in the htatory of
Its existence.

The average person doe" not reallse
how much the bodily health depends
upon the proper action of the kidneys
and bladder, nor how widespread dis-
orders of those organs arm it is quite
afe to say that they give physteloms
as many sleepless nights on account
of their patients as do any of the
others, and perhaps It w=M not be
too much to say that directly and In-
directly, they are chargeable with as
aokh sickness as all the other orgaas
of the human bo y comblmd. Asa
result of a vast amount of careful
stay. many physicians are now -
Ing with great successor In the treat-
meut of disorders traceable to the
kidneys and bladder a prosaription
composed of oA. Fluid xatraet of
Buook. % es. Fluid Bxtract of Uva
Ursl, 1 os. Amet Cordial. % on. PUtN
Extract of LUverwort and 151 os.
water. This Is adminnteured te does
of a tabla poranal th o ttmee a day
and while the treantmat tis oatbe4d
which. i order' that all
may be eliataated from t he aqal
should be tor a m othtthe patty ist
advised to drink usae qumamsi eat
water. The merit f et I W

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aW aTd.mpeJWarw n. -
New iork, May 30-bwar'd Goild,
thoanbt* hiounsel, Deland o Nlioll,
hu Joa" his wife In the request to
.-lOWb State DIstrict Attoray.Stln-
S..that a earcting InvestIatlon
be aaea of\ta1e barges that Mrs.
Gould's asil as tamperd with.
WhUie ,Biward Gould's answer to
bid wife'as sat fr separation has not
yet beea filed, It is tated that it will
extala a general dental of all her al-
lgIaflo %. An Intimate friend of Mr/
odd aid there would beh o men-
to'Ila It Of a $4,000,000. proposition
for a etteemeat./
Ihs bipad ls4also quoted as a thor-
ItY for t1 statement that while Mr.
0otld it' heartly sick and tlrea of
the whole bainess, he has no Intesn
tflo of- greelt to a settlement, and
purpp0ea o eight the matter to the
d. : ___
VIsa 1 eth Expresses Sorrow.
Canton, 0., May 29.-"My tender.
aet sympathy In the transition of your,-
beloved sister. Your conoeatlaon will
be the comuortlng of her long sorrow
in everlastits reunion. (iltnet)
Commander Drap elloe Booth." This
exprealon of sorrow from Mis BDoth,
head of the Salvation Amy host,
who visited the president wjIow In
her Catent home sev*rmal *tImais wa

tt TotWmy.d ftem forbidden to
swium In tbe W44 qwlagS6 0be dant,
gwr. On".daj*e ca. b hoe with uW-
miltakabl slgM of 1itlni, beOo M, the
water. His mother *ed m Nosaver-
ly. "But I w.asjm* teao badly,
mother," aidl Thuboiy. -TbaLa alh very
well. but bo,'dyou come to Tave your
bathing smit with yoar Tommy pausn
ed andthen saki, "WIL mother, I took
my bathing Wutt along thint1ng I mivgbt
be tempted."-Dundee Advertieer.

India Dialsts. ..,
India has hundreds of dialeets, whteh
may all be clashed snder three great
bedsa-the Sanscrit. Pracrtt aMd Ms,
gndll. The Sanserit Is the fonds,
mental language and that of the Ve-
das. the Pracrit the vernacular lan-
gtuage hi many dialects and the Maga-
dhl or )lisras i that of Ceylon and the
Islands. *
An Adveeat of Credit.
"The way to get on," said the bual-
ness man. "Is to conduct year opera..
tons on a Acsh basis."
"Not id polities." answered Senator
Sorghum. "Promises are just as ef-
fectual as cash and not nearly so dan-
gerous."-Washington Star.

Was It Fresh?
An Indiana woman, as nhe examined
the fowl brought from the market, sal
to ber little son, "Did the grocer tell
you this turkey was quite frebt?"

delverdt rs. --" No'di," the boy answered; "be just Tmrustee. p
delivered to Mrs. M C. BarbWr 00 '-S&' a "
Tuesday .by. t A utant Rnei_. Mis ad to hbrry home with it as fast as i
Tuesday by. Adjutant% Runcie. MI- Min has Madeal
Booth Instructed Adjutant Runcle to soordsaes
send a floral tribute to the MoKin- bras a te
ley home as remembrance, of her-* DISCRIMINATING LADIES. M8 f
self and t1e army. The said sl
Bajer UVles. HereMple o3 Aeeouat of the imusn
of Alex Peo
N w Baellius Causea Epidemle. Its oDstetiveeml. to
SLodon, May so.-A new bacclllus he ladles who have used Newbro's the 4thIday
according to Profemsor Adelphlne, of I erplcide speak of it in the highest Witnesms
terms, for its quick effect in el can.ing the aod day
Victoria university, Mandhester, Is the scalp of dandruff and also for its ex- p Cer
respnsible for an epidemic whceh haa cllence as a general haIr-dressinr. It p er
appeared at Prestwich, a suburb of makes the scalp feel fresh and it hi!nys
Manchester. Those attacked have a that Jbching which dandruff will cause. NOTICE 0
swelling of the throatleadinktol Newbro'u Herplelde Vffectivel'." curer.DEED UN
swelling of the throat, leading to lO...dandruff, as it destroys the ermn that 45W. LAW
of voies, inability to swallow, fever causes it. The same term cau.e hair to Notice is
and weakness. It was at first thought fall out, and later baldness; In killing it, purchaser 0
that the disease was diplitheretic, but Herplelde stops falling hair ai2 prevents sati northle
the professor after investigation usa bandr.es. It Is also an Ideal haIr dress- plcatioa tor
that trpe bacellu of diphtheria Is ab- r. r it minds an aristocratic charm to with law.
that the baccillus of diphtheria Is ab* he hair thet is quite dlstinqtive. Sold lowingdeae
sent and that the disease seems to be W lead't!r drugists. .send 10c. In stamps Oouty.
caused by a minute globular bacclllus for sal tw The HIerpleide Co.. D -ot4 No
which is new and distinct. t't 'ot-:c dS r.. ad t

JS. 8 Bodilord a So., Spllai Age.atu. .

Leaped to Death Prom Train.
Wheeling. W. Va., May 80.-.
Wheeflng travelers returning from the
city of Pittsburg on the Pnhandtle
railroad told of a horrible suicide near
Burgettstown. Amaa u Igmon, a
young negress, was pltt1i with al*
Other weman of her color, v*n b he
sudlrsly ran to the rear. 4.ad
leaped from the platform to her4th
In the darkness. The train w 1F1n-
Insg 0 wiles an houl. The woman's
friend failed to account for the ao-
War Correspondent Dead.
Chicago, May 30.-Joseph L.
Btickney, the noted war correspondent
who stood on the bridge of the Olya-.
pla with Dewey at the battle of Ma-
nila bay, expired last Saturday at hsl'
home in Michigan. f
Death of Mayor Clark.
Covlnglon. ft., May 29.-4Mayor
L. A. Clark, of this place, died ons
Monday night. He wasi 1 years old.
He was one of Covlnagton's most pop-
ular citlienm.
Man and theo Heree.
Men are apt to say severe things of
the absurdities to which many women
will submit at the behest of fashions
but. really, thei;. uv ** ery bit as bad.
A good horse bas a naturally arched
neck, an Inferior e has not But the
owner of the latter most pretend that
Is aorry steed is blessed with blood.
and to efect the de eit he slaps on a
monstrou bearing ratin sad defee pubt
lie opinion. A Loade carman, who
Is ton many things a bt of a brute, nll)
ease his horn whe goitg up hill By
removing the Iti which keep No
bead up, but whoever saw the saae
klnada extended to a bhre drawlsg
a brougham? The amn slavish -a
lowing of rfsbus mai the attoutma
to the bors'a (tall. thoeroube
has his three-quarfr bwth bo.
have the matched pair o the brou .
am. but hat ama wnkld drive a
cob which had a tatA4gf r thana
balf expanded ta%-4. James' .

Weoed W e Im Paeri.
Depite all m-ndisa provmetams,
Paris still beats A *" and mI
boues to a large inU with weed.
Its bakers and v a use har.
ly anything else tar ftaL It burst up
whole foreets of ttmer every year,
sad extsidve forests to several as
kUMs of racee are resnered for sp-
plying It with ftL. Ooal s scarce to
Fance and dear *ad mat of very g sI
qua8ty. Resldes. h Partnsans am e-
srvative a ism amattera. The ceery

a"111 "op t -.

liii I~ 3, 143 11111 ii:i:su i~

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The caeer of Robert BoseM,
the veteran publUsher, forolabe
a algnal llustratlon oe the vale
of pernstent and m-sml eo
vertlaing. Wbh be b a t
publlcatlon of the paper who
pbesomenal Msoem brmoht a
tame a4d tortua^ be "di Mt
walt ter the people to Sa eat,
slowly and pradaUy. the mater
eatig fetret of hs JOiML
ReM eohel ie ntrprw ".
n pubeo attetkM by a we
tematle lavitma of e
pmiattu r r r tYrM
wbhta at hat tti w
without rMeeat or MeHm
ta Whate pagmx at eat
a der were i-neagn rat
t meraa a ha d aerteb.

md Phs dger two mad e'ot
melar ot the people by eeatat

vomrvere Ae 380
dm1a 4110l0a to o roto aof e
;routt, proqL*WI bakrat
and rts iar thia m aimnieaaaa l
tm tmebae. but eamr kapt a-

ema I la rg pabUa t. an

aartua ralftr.
Wvy duar dbnaud to W.
way brouhna Inwra doull a m

sad padala t hisf patnisr e
braeub o fe dmem imel Dby
if bntmer doons me.
The'meatm tatsIm w em
woith beedilag day as N was

frt* agsage,. m

on t- tai
the $ad day
pd. Clerk


rolwl. the
lif t...al
55e m bottles,.L

Under aad by.virtue of a d-cre
o of mortgage n'ade an
Mrem on the 10th day orf pri
J007, by Hon. J. T. Wills,. :.,:
theotrcilt court Eighth Judicial ircu
Of Ulorida, In chancery, whC.r,.n c
M. MoKinney is complaina, an,
Jam ONo0 and Irene Gaii,.. hi
witV ar efendants, I will (.1 1
Monday, the 3rd day of June, 10
at bbl1H' oatery before the court
houe door In the City or Gainessvil
to the highet bidder, the following1
propety, situated, lying and being in
Alachua county, Florida, towit: Thb
South half of the Bouthwest quarter
ofBecto 4, in Township 8. South
Ra ge tO zast, to satisfy and pay
-aId decree, fees and costs. Tern
eds. W. S. BROOME,
Special Master in Chancery
Notdee Is hereby given that w s i ..

>uroaser of Tax i' rtli,te oi!.
the Bth day of Jul]. .\ k.
aid certificate in n ,,", s
PpUIatlon for tax deeid e O e h
0 With law. Said ceru pte e
IollowIag described jrmuiei qtu
rbua Oounty. Florida t, v, *%
Iw SBee. 10. Tp. ik. s, t HI-,
sad being ameised at ithe .e >
0;o such certificate IL the rL&L
Id ertlfAftte shall be rc,(,eu.ed it
law. tax deed will iso-ue tb(eprefr,
Of June, A. D. 197.
OF official signature amti .(,, t
of May. A. D 196,7
k Circuit Court Aachua ;i '.
hereby given t.at F W Y .r,
of Tax Certifeitet '
y of July, A. D. l'< i ,.k tied
ate in my office, and ),.i ,1 p Ai
r tax deed to issue in c,'er.iDCt
Said certificate tut,r;i',eh,. *or
ribed property situated .: .:'tu,
rids. towit:
t GrantLine. See 11 *.K.
belong asse sed at the .' 'be
uceb certificate ;n ti. ;:.
IW certifcate 'hadll 1 re ,. ed
W law, tax deed wi;l i.,. tL:eos
ay of June. A. 1. Io07.
ny offlial siWnature ,.:n t :..
of May. A. D. 190i.7,
/ S. H. WVIENi.t-
k Circuit Court AlueCu '. Fa

University Barber Shop
Opposite Fire Station.

For Whites 0nly.



The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower
Le J. B1UM0I, Editor and Prop'r,

One Tear.
0-U opleT...............


A a l illuistrted mAIKagu-
devtdaS Iy to the intereev
Athe (asl ta vegetable grower 0
A speeal trial eutberipon of i
mathwlb* be as on receipt of P
cmie. UMMp sm o.

AilGaI Sematy is @W,"00 "'I
s, km NWS miles railroad,
ms wMme road, UM Po ,t'
SOUI wh20ls, 17 phoPWOW
p SO, smw illb., $76,0W
dos em, Ottoo, rice. few
ot. y". potaltoe, pineappl"es*-
sag. eahewp.ar, plusm'F
eas, sad all kinds of rextsb a

Has feawreeBhare.tywoPO
SUtIhtlte l oi f Flom&
tp"g 5 o *ee-. the
warer, an lOwn system. ar
sa w t wo io le ftrsi
aMglE p, bree wiew
des, eaWtta twom om i, .'rw
theme Ms da. two fertili, PtO

sew an. see.db
$ Kme b1e0ial line

. F Bet u Beeu)t

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SLIODEINY, VACAYON. *; ieaieists Strine ln L.,A. N. hotpe.
<\\* p* t Decatur, Ala., Ma 0.--All the
SThe Pr.eslent retrued to -Wash- machinists In the L1ulasvie and Nash-
Ington last wehk trbm a short out- 'lle* railroad shops at New Decatur
%oOea a t1&t Ign at Mr4, Roosevelt's lodge at Plie struck Tuesday moralag because of
issa *. PC' gnat, Va. He was away from the the refusal of tke railroad company
city about a week, shot a little and to recognize thi unios. Only fifteen
C, y ... .... "d -' rde ,a great deal He is looking men were invwUed. the other machin-
..... ...o. ... Uw. much better from the outing and will lets having either quit or were die-
put in the te working till the start charged some days ago. 'It is fear-
SDwrrS.. ...V ptewor ingo tigthe ed that other; departments of the
jP\msde fthe long outing of the shops may also strike. Many strike-
poRFWC 'oKc whole family at Oyster Bay, where ught in and are
s. tet,S. TaUM W4 they wll spend the summer. Sere- leepig and rating In the shops and
u, bUshed swym* sia t tary Loeb has already shipped most no one is allowed to enter without a
idaydc redbytrriertiatbelityr of the office turniturp fdr the tempo- pass. Like trouble Is aild to be
ayprtofth UsithedSttakM1 rary. executive office that the Presi. threatened at other points on the
g year; P-a sa ~tR stl' S m dent ecaOpe1 over one of the stores Loulaville and Nashvilll system.
;or s5 cts "fr1 In Oyster Bay, and the home of the
family at Sagaimore Hill will be kept New Balloon.for Signal Corps.
icgnotice$in local ~1Isoc" s aIs to free*a possible from visitors in the Washington, klay 30.-The new
inertion.ands5centsfoftWi4dtiMl rather vain hope of giving the Presi. balloon for th signal corps of the
r display drvetia e onw dent eal re His way of resting army, ordered specially manufactur-
is rather a joke and amounts to what ed bin New York ome mo ths aon
tic. would be a good day's work for most arrived by freight from that city on
letwices.weeknSueineiht-pi sforty men. There Is about as much bul- Tuesday, and will be given its trial
p. er, publish d every Moe ta ness cafd on n thb summer at test before acceptance next week, it
y, andS conti All. th gw t th er weather conditions permit. Captain
o~g, state and sewtrat. a wil be Oyster Bay as there Is at the Whlt Charles DeF. Chandler, who recent-
po.ts free, to any rrt of the UitAouse in the winter, but the Pres.l- ly made an asenston in an army bal-
or Ca ada, for S1.aos ya- dent has told some of his friends Jo n at St. ul an who Is the
advertisingng bills become due after &it laughingly that he Intends to be good aeronautic expert, will make the as-
ne of dadvertiuement, ulmle otherwise this summer and will merely get off cension test.
ted in contract. Parties not kni1 to S ope reams of literary work as recre-
brequired to pay for w dertiasg4a-, ation. Atlanta Chorus Girl Weds Millionaire.
A vddrefd. JAU It is understood that this will in- Cincinnati, May 30.-According to
I elude some more reviews of Irish folk reports from Chicalo, Frank G. Tul-
COMPETITION SUPPRESSED. lore. This was a comparatively recent Use, 25 years of age, a Cincinnati
| ,o .e line of research by Mr. Roosevelt. He millionaire, was married there to M ss
The report of the special attorneys is said t have been introduced to Xittie Wheaton, of Atlanta, Ga., a
the Interstate Commerce Commis- it last winter by Dr. Maurice Francis member of the chorus of Joe Weber's
recommends that the Attorney. Egan, the professor of the Catholic "Dream City" company, whom he met
eral of the United States take ac. university, who has been offered his for the first te. when the company
to annul the contract between choice between the mission to Den- was here two weeks ago
U union Pacific and Rock Island mark and that to Portugal.' Dr. Egant the spenry.
ds for the control of the Chi. la himself an Irishman as might be Against the DS-pen ary.
and Alton railroad, which was suspected from his name and is au- ewson, an., May 80.--ho e on-
dtually wrecked by the Harriman th6ity on Gaelic literature. He got tested dispensary elcuion case was
Indicate. The most styling an. the Mesldent interested in the sub- tried on Monday, counsel consuming
dictate. The most ttling an.- eeebseveral hours arguing the demurer toTi
emuncemept in this report is "that ject, which he promptly devoted, and contestants' petition. The court sus-
Bilroad competition has been sup- when Douglas Hyde, the president of trained tne demurrer and dismissed the
pssed in an area equal to one-third the Gaelic League, was here in the ease. Dispensary' advocates are pre-
~ the United States;" and "that the winter he was surprised to find that paring to carry the case to the su-
~ets of the great railroads of the the President apparently had no preme court at once.
hi West are being used to buy recreation except studying the Irish --
docks and control systems in the classics. Then when the row came
ikat Instead of building more roads on with 'illman, Chandler and Bailey
tr the development of the West." over the rate bill, the President decid-
ret after this exposure of the deals ed that he would divert himself a lit-
SHarriman and other railroad mag-.tle and forget what the porpers were
Wtes they are indignant that the saying about hinr. He started work rr FdW tSo i eaow, sII
lteisla.ures of the States included In on his magazine article, "The Irisho, t canded MAison
" area equal to one-third of the Sagas," promptly forgot all about trends the $on g S I r .
hited States" should legislate to politics outside of office hours, and by *all. y&.Z V y-
Impel railroad corporations to the time fhe partisan papers had ,. .
1arge reasonable rates instead of gotten through dissecting the rate bill 54 / M
Wtracting vast sums from the public row, the magazine article was finished T owe.
1 buy thp stocks of Eastern railroads. and the president had missed the
fhe !fat that the Attorney-General of bulk of the newspaper criticism. ti
he United States needs prodding to. aF
rot, t :he public interests shows that Speaker Cannon was In Washington NC.. a
he ih-f reliance of the plundered last week and it is said that he had
0-th -must be through their 'own a long conference with the President.
ct iri,rpsentatives in their State just before the departure of the lat- p1as$oPan. ab. PthroreTo.t-y odPoe_.W
.r., rather than the procras- ter for Virginia, over the possibility tb ik, ThoeuiunMote ot vitpl I c Ul.s
anted So s*r* or your morW bitk
action of Federal officials, of tariff legislation at the next session Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. s a
Th(,o~ god Democratic doctrines of of Congress. The prospect is not at IUNUAL SALE. TEN IU N BOXES$
ktk Ri'hts and Home Rule are all bright.' Speaker Cannon was g .._ _-
Ibch ':i,r, effectivee than all the averse to touching the tariff on the
ta." t-r' iniousness of the present eve of a national election, and In this
d 'ratimn, To guard those State he is understood to have the backing REiaT tOE8 VyITV i D
0ts :'r.m the encroachment of Fed- of the leaders in both houses of I S ? D
i r-vr b preserving all reserved Congress. This probably settles it. 1i
h. i granted by the constitution for in matters of tariff legislation,
h ..National Government.is the the speakers almost all powerful. W ll
wa. for the people to secure re- ,--- mS Elm I!

w"6 o ,rorngi and preserve their
ibert XNot a railroad Is charging1
ter ra;<, hiy reason of the legsla-
I % (' onM'ress or prosecuUons of
S ,,-ve.!t administration, but the
"'1Iutur,., of many States have
M laws which compel the rail
( to charge reduced rates. Talk
S+I the. strenuous type t cheap,
t it ltaks the drasUt laws to con-
) ri.'oad corporaUotl

This is no time for tanchin--no
'k for whining. Our father nver
fmed of the sky- that enlarges
' 'on of the youth af ths day.
Sold has a nIche of Mhonor @rT.
1Y'1t nman oar sebools tn out.
da- of opportunity preses hard
Stb, rountry's yOm bloOed. In
it- alfl r)ur fatuw gmaU^ee or
Weaknem. The wirMd's
P-tablshee the perpetal
of the youmg life. Goethe
t- at one mut be you to
rhI Men is the viorous
b f have always raed the
w -ay w"ill.

at*.,t atema ths emU-
H V.ducedi: IfI wo
s Mt 1 I w It cr mle;

theat wb e s wi S1W
trs t h al ftweity." Tka
an antldpatka of the grot

Poets may be born but men are n M "
made. Humanity, like iron in the ZV0P -- '
rough, always gives little promise. irTo ealy. M O t
But a bar valued at $6 i. worth $1132 l-,2 r os 09"~..
when made into horseshoes; into ION5 i quics 4
needles, $350; into penknives, 53.000; oRa'n"-. t
into balance wheels for watches. and e.eats ofs-"ae
4240r4" O^. whob as m leg
$260,000. As by these processes iron or arria i lit io I so
is increased in value, so through long b1Wlto"A
and persistent mental discipline do ha"w2 1jgi j se$a
men become great and usefuL mK .f ltaIaieM
sad m BI cu sel wi
Mayor Schmitt of San Fraelsco a W cirrvwars Addres
outbt to be sorry now he let Abe o oiI0M CO..M Iuars rMl dtbeia a
Reft beat him to the cefeeskonal. Perbas it Oslaesvillo, FirMds, y
-W.N .W. o. hiMs, Drggt.
bATS or Oio.s Cmo or TOIsDO,
LOcAs orv. I IIC WWMI" "
Freak J. CMWmy MaEM Meth that COOR341.OWWoro.
e1 ism e 5ow pmtaer of Cte &a of
. CheW & Ceo., doIe buts ess sto u bfbS
In the City of 'T01460. ConAty sad @"I &W _____1
state afoewald. MAd thatamd rin via --
M the s of G dW Dolfr" .
fw o ah ad vry caeM of COUtarb b oMmu >mS
ft eanot be btred by the s ofq
IWO Catarrb C e
Swor to beoare a sad mbselrbed
i."s my7 presen f th h day "y o
.em". A. D .oUM
Vee. t tW. SA ..
(..sLd f t,- et .-.L ."tb ib
ift Csl C eWr In a Ia-D 0. I&,ig j fM H

to. cau.C r a as, M els 0.



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Mrs. Joele Came, Ceatrla Avers, Temnle,
Texaswrite, : "I sdUNRgmivesue
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The Jamestown Exposition

The Atlantic Coast Line Railway

People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coaht Une
Purple Folder" for schedules to the JImestown Expo ,
ition Two daily trains each way with through Pul'.i
ian Buffet Sleeping Cars.

Season sixty dsy alnd fifteen days-limit excursion
ickets on Eale daily from April Ifth to November 80th.
t low rates.
Coach excursipns at very low rates.
For turth r information see your nearest railroad
gent (or write


district Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksonvill, FlI, J
___ __________ ________________ ..Il l


Air Line Railway


Two IElant Trains Dqiy:


Modern Pullman Equipment

The Jamestown Expoition Line

Norfolk, Va.

Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily.

For fellIfa- wn$a ed Ushower nskw an6 sa y I
Ua sold enwil s SXj 'q* O p*





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4!#0er 'Ae Thet Aeselte
S eIlfsit In Man.
psychologist has asserted that
MUnt In many men, great or
that leads them to pose In order
W dramatic effect to their words
ons has at times l)een so strong
be uncoznquc:iJae. even by deat0 ,
record!. ; 1an amusing Inastt
U li t 'e ( of Sir Fnnts'Bn
w'ho ix,,onenined to.the T
h tr.na'on. Sir Francds re
('*er. lDim house was att by
ihw, ,ts vf cavalry and Ihfantry.
infiur!::'1 :nob raged outside.
n th* door wans broken down, Bbr-
t waS'l .1ojnld caluly. heated lb his
rary, al, i'ifant r"a upon ht, knee,
Om lie was teaching to iAd Maga

Wilam itt. perhaps the greatest of
itsh orators, usV ceordlig to Orat-
"an "ijeo~papnrable actor," Pitt
old se4t pou -ery trifling occur-
cei with the. irpldty of lightning
0ih could'Ad force to his eloqueuce.
thatt on one opecaslo: when
A Radleal 'motion late at
0I Ughbts of the bouse went out.
pIthaeWd, and then In th6 darkness
u rang out: a
:t" If the enstittit!on must be
Ielet It receive its mt:-1 sRtab
this dark and midnight hour!"
on the motion was pogtcon:',
lly lost. One of Pitt's oppo-
afterward said:
W ld m s feel like conspirators
a bloody deed simply by the lack
sadl s And his marvelous voice."
Itt.was fully aware of the effect of
tOei ore olbiai began a speech
0Mhltial ~0eiel by the words,
,alr, -peake# whoe he was
.n 7 by i metered augh from
of the younger spenbers.,
se& 4 glar'Med ftm beceb to
Sand than la a white beat o fury
lout "Bugarl M gar! Bogar!"
ipates. ti o

t a frightft alien followed.
adt the aie tuck nembere
O14 co0tnptsos*l, "Woo laughs
ead sugar NOWi and went on

oeeuot while hurling
at Lorod Magham, he @ad.
Appealed to a Igure in the tapes,
.,& the wall as "an immortal ances-
1 l this degenerate lord, Indignant
1'l disgrace o bhis race and count.
Sao ane was' the action, we are
that the boae thrilled with ex-
t, only remembering afterward
the "great shade" whose. wrath
4epreeated was worked by a needle
the canvas.
passion for peting could go no
br than In a duke of the great
bouas of ,Roban, who, being
that be had only half an hour to
eased himself to be taken up.
t cla urt costume, with all his
and Jewels,. and seated In the
queting room, where he received
Sfrienids with grace and dignity.
t2lg bitwelf growing blind, he rose,
laing9, "Ah, thi King is here!" sa.
e an fell dend.
')Iapoleon, eorldilng to his blogrra.
bI-r, possessed dramatic talent of no
w grade. Indeed, It has even been
a that be took lessons of the
brated player Talma. At any rate.
SCor0lean on no ocealon lost sight
Sbe dramatic possilblitles of a word
na action. How the devoted legions
have thrilled when under the
Iow of the pyramids he delivered
.tbhen hl "Boldiers, from tbee. pyra-
ll forty ceunturies look down upon

Pamous Leoving Cups.
g 1e.e of the old loving cups were
kedgrace cups. Of the speelmens
In posesealon of the English guilds
S>corporations the moat famous ISa
tHen ry VIII. grace eup, which be-
to the Barbers' company of Lou.
With its tour globular bells bng-
around the outer ria, saye the
re' Circular, this ep might well
the envy of eve the meet bon-
eollector of silverware. The name
.the cup is derived from thei fact
tag Haln was the deter. the
M esp betIng Intended to emmema-
e union of the barbers with the
of urgeons. The cover carries
STudor rose. porteullls and *eur.4e
Sthe inlala of the lid being mounted

&ikh the Imperial crown, the Englita
SFrench arms sing beneath, suv
by the lion and gre.vhound.
Skinners' company has a pea.
e up though It is In the form of a
Thin large stlver bird. with
Sehlks at her feet. Stands on the
badge. which was formerly worn
e empany's barge ma,,ter, and
it are the engrnve-l words.
gift of Mary. ye datighter of
Robinson and wife to Thomas
l d James Peacock. akinters,.
IW i e lady's two hirhands were
jijat0 of the company.

|,, AAdae yindieted.
S'W* sr'sa so ucb ke aoke then-
-TIT- IMeatgo He bad just


town of Walwortb. a gift froa the
king. He held It through fur succeed-
Itg reigns. and before leaving Bmand
for Rome, where he spent his last
he presented It to the church, placinX
the deed upon the altar of the Cathe-
dral ofat Canterbury. (allet. Olet o1
Gollet a native of ltavAux. a one of
William tohe Con.itror's Jedler H
was attachrd to Willitam when only
Duke of Normandy nmt saved his mas.
ter's life by diA-l,-ting a plot for his
q.fassluation. B.,r,!:.' was another.. He
i vnrolhe in I t'mla.yl Iook as joct
Initr regis and lent of three towns. all
rent fle. anti five n rncates to Glooce-
terW.tInr. Iah'rp was .Jeter to lenory I.
an1 "V'll11a1u Il'cutllh or Preni j,*er tO
Ki;B John. a.teHr Henry. who1 It ls
tb.,,.ht, n.y be idetitcel with Hear
of A' 'r.t:.'1e. the poet ew-ete a1
Versi1Ator was jeteret .4 IPMO
W 1h.i a 44!treavet wM t W.ed4K
w'mMu sll injusou* Pj^

301?. 0. BOWIRB,



thM ese of Commoe.'/
"ats or t ra .N for the speak-
er, the o00htblem standing in the lob.
by Ontrae of the English 'house of
COeIOmgio cr.y as they come to atten-

Itat qff Way for the speaker!" Is
lhe command gIemn by the police in-
spedtor 16 the ho called lobby, which Is
really the-antechamberpof the house.
At once, as when the muezzin calls
the faithfulto prayer, there Is silence
and respect, and heads are bared. The
speaker I, about to leave his palace ad-
jo:,)lug the bouoe to take hib seat. "Mr.
Speaker," according to A. Maurice Low
in Appleton's Magasine, Is a very great
(I ntary. By law he iso "the first come-
1er" and s given official precedence
o4er every other commoner In the king-
doi. During hqi term of ofice hi re-
ceives a salary of $25,000 a year. the
only rnember of parlialnent not a mem-
ber of the government who to In receipt
of a salary. He is provided with an
offielal residence which Is maintained
at public expense. To keep hftn in the
straight and narrow way spiritually he
his has private chaplain. To enable
him to walk In the devious wayss f the
law he' has hbls private counsel. To
minister to his comfort and conven-
lence akd digpity be hau a private sec-
retary, a train beater and a memeo-
Ner. And when lib retiree he I raised
to the peerage orith a pension of $20.-
000 a year for life.
Mr. Speaker as now left his rea.-
dence and .I stately and picturesque
procesiloit is entering the corridor that
leads to the house. He ln preceded by
an\ usher. Tbeh comes the sergeant at
annrms a iblck cost open at the breast
ao abow tae dalntliet of white cambric
ruIles, knee breeches, black buckles.
with a rapier on hbl hip. The Pergeant
at arms, who lo appointed by the king
personally, although be is an offieer of
the hous otf ommons, is paid a salary
of $6.00 a year and has an ocital rde-
Idence.. He earries the great glittering
mace on his shaboulder and is followed
by two doorkeepers, bho wear knee
breeches, silk tockUigs ald 'coats and
waistcoats of the conventional evening
cut, their wide expanse of shirt front
partly covered by a gold chain su-.
pended around the neck and meeting In
a large gold badge. Then comes the
speaker In huge wig and milk gown.
which sla held up by his train bearer.
followed by the gowned figure of the
chaplain, with two doorkeepers to close
the procession. The staff of doorkeep-
ers range themselves round the walls
of Sbq antechamber-a room with won-
derful oak carving and stained glass
window and make respectful and
deep obeisance as the speaker pAases.
while the members stpnd with bated
heads and In slience.dntil the prores-
alon has entered the house. Then the
members crowd In, the doors are lock-
ed, and again the voice of the muezzin
Is heard crying to the faithful, "Speak-
ar at prayers."

Where a Ralnbew Touehes the Earth.
In every country In the world rain.
bow folklore declares that some ob-
ject of value may be found where
the ends of the beautiful arch
touch the earth. In Buabia the ends
are ,said to rest on bowls of gold; In
HlIngary, that cups -of silver will he
found at tbwrpot where they come In
contact with the earth. In ,wlitzer-
land It tois aid that a shoe cast over the
rainbow will come to the giound on
the other side filled to overflowlut
with gold. In Bosnia it 1s sald that If
tIron or other hale metal happen to ble
at the spot where the bow tooebes the
ground It will be Instantly transformed
to .pure gold. In many parts of (her.
many, Poland, Rusla, Belgium and
Hilland it iso ald to be a golden key
that may be found at "the end.of the
bow." In Portugal and Spain they
speak of the "sliver ben" having her
nest where the bow rests, and Is Nor-
way It 'come to the ground at a spot
where a golden I el and a silver
apoon are bidden. In many of the chief
European tcountroies It is Nald that
fater touched by the rainbow wUl
cure fita and insanity.

Court Peels Who Owned Whele Towns.
Hitard., who was attached to Edpund
Ironaldee. is the first court jester of
whom we have record. HIe owned (te



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GAINrSVILLE, Alachuas o., FLA
Office iu Havmais Block.




Oa s011 you. Aity property, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
truekiag and farming lands. Bead him
a list of what you offer for sale. 2142gt

And Solicitor in Equity
Rea' Bstate, O'oveyaneing and Gen.
eral Pra tiee. All business promptly)
attendo4 to. Office next door to San
onBeo. GATINusvutL, FLOrIDAm

Notice s thereby irlven that Annie Jenkins.
purebhaer of Tax Certificate No. 108. dated
the 6th day of April. A. D. IMl. haa
filed said oertifloate in my oflioe, and
has made applicaton for tax deed to Iuue
is aoeordance with law. Said oertificoate ema.
braces the following described property situ-
aled in Alobhuas county. Florela. towlt:
Lot 1i. Block ,. Branntng'n fd Addition to
The sai land belnst aasteed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate In the name of
Unless aid certificate shall be redeemed ao-
cordinl to law, tax deed will Isue thereon on
the list day of June A. D. 107.
Wi ae my official Issnature and neal thi
the S05b day of May. A. D. t .
I'd Cleak Circuit Court Alaehua Co.. Fla.

Notice I heeby ive that W.S. Broome.
puroher of Tax Ceotioate No. 7M.
dad me 6th day of July. A. D. 1901. has
abd asld certifleae in my office, and
has made applleAtlon for tax deed to lssue in
saoordsdep with law. Ad Oertificate em-
braoO the following described property stu-
asd In Alachua county. Florida. towlit:
Sw 1-4 of So I-4 bee. I& Tp. 10 S.. R. 11-40
aore .
The sad land t,, v .,-- md at the date of
theMssuace of b.b c it.. :oae in the nameof
U. W. amery.
Umles mid eertnlocae shal be redeemed so-
oorntI to law, tax deed will Isue thereon on
Me 14h day of Jane. A. IN W.
WtneM my Aol.l aasture and seal this
l fish day of May. A 1 gI.
pd Clerk Ciroutt SCor Alashua Co.. Fla.


8 Mlalm Nt.
Oppeite P. 0.
Roll-Top Desks
___ ^ y *and all kinds of
S Ofe Forrniture
made to order as
S fetoryI- prie",and
satisfaction uear.
ateed. Call and
see designs before
orderine. R .


kARIMST FAn, Prep.

mto o p"se ma.mer.
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oeefumtboa o.'Da

No. I No. 5 No.1 I
Daily Sun Only Daily ex
S I Sun
Leave Leave Leave
hCO 1 30 2 40
Ar 8 iAr 2 t iAr 3 40
Lv rti ,Ly 4 4 ,Lv 4 10
8 57 4 57 lAr 4 2I
A 960 Ar. iAr540
AriO30 Ar _30 : Ar6 6

No. I

....... ... Live4al....... 4 0 I
S....Dowling Park.. ^r
Mayo Juuction ..... 3 25
........ . Perry ............
... Hamlton Sprirn... .Lv (?

No. 6
Sun Only

5 40
Lv S (4)
Ar 4 M
4 43
Lv 3 N(
L.v I 2'

Arri~ A~

Connection made at Vowlinbr Par- for ail trains to aind fr(i1. Li~e (&Ck 1 I I .:C &a
Itota and blayo Juniction for Maon, Altnon ard all interwediste pons e
For information a% to ecunnectiior.-i %%itka otber lines. 'jibone 4r ir 11(,r'(, .I' I4
Agent; 'vbone 147, Lewin Building, Li.e O&A.
THOMAS DOWLIN~l, Prehitent. 1R. P. ]HOPKINS. Ueceru:Ii'asker 6:,,AbV'rt.

The climate of the East Coast of
is nearer perfection than that
other plne on earth. *

of an?

Or~ resus lTWG W mw stpeestry It bIA7


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Offie* Phone No. 256; g*sdeae No. 1t



Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at OIrHLESTON. 8. C., both wayi.
YTh Flnet SteamtMlps ta the Coestwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern Line
Freight Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Zatern Points.
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound..............................From Lews' Wharf, Buton
Northbba"nd............. .... From Foot of Catherine st., Jackponvill;

Clyde, St. Johns River Line
Stoppingrat Falatka, Astor, Bereeford (DeL*nd),and Intermediate Landin
on St. Johns River.
Is appointed to pail as follows: Leave Jackscville, bSULCH), "'lit;bt,
Thursday@, 8:30 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford, Mondaye,
Wednesday and'Fridays, 9:80 a. m.
Sboun6. o SCHEDULE ortLou
M Mea dew6 aL Read .t,
eave 8:80 pm...................Jacksonville........... Arrive 2 :(A a
8646 pm ... ..................Palatka....................Leave FA
8 00 s m .......................Astor ................... 8:3up
e : m.... .........Bereford (DeLand) .............. 1:
Arrive 8:80 am .......... ..,anord .................... 0
10.'X am .... ........ .......fnterprise............ ..... l o: u
F. M. Izoioxoxys. Ja., AkOG. P. A., Jacksonville, Fia.
JOHN PaZDL, T. P. A., A. 0. HAGoxY, G. E. P. A ,
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 80 R., New York.
0. H. TALon, P. T. M., 0. 0. Baow, G. P. a...
290 Broadway, New York.
L. D. JOXcs, T. F. A., L. S. SCOBsLx, C. A.,
Jacksonville. Fla. Leeaburg, Fla.
W. G. Cooppn, Ja., F. A.. CLTDv Mjna, 0. F. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 86 N. R.. New York,:
C. P. LOTVLL, AgeDt, Jacksonville. Fla.

Schedule Effective April 20, 1906.


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sopatlctl ou ,, ---'-
Wh s Is the time of year for the "afl
le the plan of the D eD raU worlaout" feeling. You hear it every.
ries is to best Brysa I% where. "'lm

oosevelt and Ta.t t whatIt meansal
weapons,' there s e st"k 1.Well, It means
attitudes drU.just this; 'my
veltw n tdrBryh a on tihe st.- liversd ulland
ret"d"r' not working
Si eddent1 is s properly, my
lhe tuhe pre I stomach sla tak.
favorite sons with a club, Dry" ln toohmuch
applauding the movement I vthe s lfoodtwhichgsit
lratic camp. If the favoft* b'nt digesting
i a reactionary hIlm-. Bb a3ya pa. sm, .. l properly, I'm
ll g after him build a alclogw up
under im But -as'ong as hedoors with o little fresh air a winter
orie son is not a reactionary. o and say body is full of mpuri.
S willing to lend a hand la tie. In consequence I'm dull, palf
n him out. feverish and tired all the time.' That
T v ay seem too saintly an attl- what 'all worn out' really means.
mr oliticiaUn to assu.me but Take atableapoonful of Cooper's New
eay not be so sintly am tPO Di. wer. three times a day for two
S n be o ntly wee ad the 'all worn out' feeling
el informed Bryan men here MY will certainly leave.
t Bryan does not want the Dem- Mr. Byrger waa 'all worn out' once.
tic nomination If tRoosevelt or or some weeks I suffered from an
seltn man is named. They de ateetion of the stomach that seemed
t nis tat Mr. to wear me out completely. My aye.
re that Bryan's reason tMrte was run down, my bowels consti
sevelt is doing more for radical pated, I had dull headache and
on than any Democratic prea- although I was not sick enough to go
at handicapped by a RepUlft to bed I did not have ambition to stir
Ate could do, and that BryaI does around. I read of Cooper's New Dis.
feel that be could make a cam- cover and began using It. Inaglad
n against a man like Rtoov. fetand relieved every symptom of
o stands for the sme thags he hmy trouble. It Is one of the best 5i5-
tern tonics I have ever Iheard of."
More clinical persons are inclined to John Burger, 1119 Hopkian St., Cln.
ibute Bryan's attitude to a w41l- i0b=*tI 0-.
Jord conviction that be could 2 o*I h tof- .
ected against Roosevelt or a We ali the famous Cooper remedies.
'e reactonaried teve been oia J. W ve N 0sUIllUiug u o.
Ir best io get booms started for
vernor Smith and Sea tor Oalber- A Telltale Nail. /
and have been surprised to find Tr. John Donue. the famous English
ry&anr Interposng no objections. He divine unit poet, who lived lu the reign
,sf also done all he could to boost of Jamcs I., was a veritable Sherlock
GQve.-or Folk, of siourul, though Holmiie in leut ofi mind.
SP: 3 reported to Save discouraged He wans waikinig li the churchyard
,y .,erpt to make a-favorite son while a grave wNas being d ug when the
I ('u. W1e attitude toward Senator sexton cast iup n ioliering skull. The
lia l, of Virginia. is not likely to doctor idt took it up, und, in lhamiling
be "i friendly in view of Thomas F. It, found an heilles tnll driven into it.
Stanri interest in Daniel's candidacy jThis he maniagedw to take out and con-
and h view of Daniel's own well ceal in l l handkerchlef. It was evi-
kro. n conprvatism, to say nothing of tent to hibl that murder had been done.
the Southurn Railway Influences in tle estio l d the sexton aPd learned
-t ____ that the skull w, s probablttbat of a
certAin man who Mge the proprietor of
Six Millions Are involved., a brandy shop nd was a drunkard, be-

Kai;.i~, .N. C., May 30.-The
31' Ti; Tinus company, of New York,
tr,- for an issue of Seaboard- Air
Lin r:vlway bonds exceeding\lx and
8 .:.f illirn dollars, has Instituted
i" the United States cIrcultcourt
h I ,s, thie validity of the act
of ,.-;:anirt reducing freight and
w-ra ".r r:tes The hill Is against
V '," Air Line Railway com-
*i, :l Ci e North (Carolina
;iitiiis:;liol, the dilet'ctorl,
t, i~ g de,'lared their ill-
t ; the new rate ln
i g order Is asked.
r Traced,. Stilt a Mystery.
';,;. May .to.--Slnce
s t' at the city :
S:' ave given up all
e n.. why the young man
S", I i(:)on in Ia resort In
t- .k ago. Lewis hadi
en )tse t oondition since
S" rl and then turned the
himself. The palice
* .: .' ,, ih,.ry that Lewis was
"' y acquainted with the
r dlr,. ,verink the life shell
S' l her.

Katcr Sanctons Great Scheme.
A: -.Acoording to Der
A il 'V *- the kaiserhua just
i : -antic street Improve-
', Involving an out-
h '. "'' It to proposed to
Y;arrowest part of Frie-
-' ;. . to replace the prks-
"r-.t' '41tt iLouses and shops with
.. '' array of palaces, gal-
S- making the street
S -. l-i
tonists Form League.
S May 29.-The an-
S -'*t this county have
S- :iesa Men's league and
C headquarters in this
S,,:e the campaign against
A be1 waged. The prohl-
an old organlsation.
'e actIvely at work for
-n% '. but the other *Ide is
S` .g its forc*a together aDd
S '" .i tgrr"Saive campeaig.
C 'r7b ue Cruety ef ch1 Me.
c&.. ('Vas. May W.--,erev-
b & in the me b hboretoW of
ta- gently eapatred the satire
Chint"esb* bigadf ger s
them asl to *rows

Wte;s s thse 1- t*.

lug fouul .dend in bed one morning
after a night itn which he had drunk
two quarts of brandy.
"Hnad he a wife?" asked the doctor.
"Witat haiteuter does she bear?"
"Sht bore a very good character, oil
thte neighbors gossiped because Ua
iunrried the day after her husband's
futeiirl. Sihe still lives here."
. 'J'lu doctor soon called oil the woman.
1Il' ii kte for nijdl r'eeivedl ti' Iparti'u-
lirs of the death 6f her first hnislaid.
Siil,',n.tly oopeiiiltg his hanidkerchief, he
, v,., li her the telltale nail. asking in
t Ic'>dI vohic':
"..il:i'!d. yio uo" know thiq nail?"
'I w v.< mIl, wvnas so surprised that
.li ie .it's.-ed i d W'ts tried and exe-
(<11. 1l

Night Window $hopping.
iu-wi'd Ii think the 1mon1ey spcut for
I ,Iti..t, hi P''% witILd',af rom dosing
timoE till u~ 1i riiig mvas wouted." said H
Fifth Ii aewtv merchant, "but I have
cillhiz-A l"Illy tinid about It. 5an(1 now I
ki-ep my ivi ud. ''isli glted until 3 111. M.
iiiVIIiljt lint Sunday. I took the
troeik i 11)1:i le soinei' iaretigutionsass
to thi i le eof 4Awlpwaindowm be-fore I
III, Iin4 114 14,1114 111. 1 f(Ounl d that Ilk
d tuu.V~ 11411tile '.1 cedelp#uve ilk-d, no
one' ha;* I is'teivror iouve!than aitgilusaceat
tip.d-'. N. Iu ta :au, nLt. uand ieartle-
uluhriv itgt.A il ighit. iviileuthere, are
burry Oe~t 111:111iY of them t'IIi sto Pli XAUII
Wes (title.inUY t!.-E gW"'14xIM hWn. I have
frtientlftly 14 menlachauAnd wOIJI.t-u. 1,
who were %iTAid'ow amhopipg Imobf-we amy
Place at isjlht 1110,11f.' leung the .tiltIgsx
tile Iaext 4c1 5. 31011Y i'.,Icple ill New
i',rk' ke4-1)ttt-"i-iv41v4 Isotel eisa f-ash
Ilic"% IIIJt til ~lint 14 tl ''4*I#- ii IlltOW
1",rk SNew

The Very Worst.
~ -'". n1.el:,'.5 Now. 0-l1 nip e~ lf
I~~~Juo V ''1S h, im4 ef kno'w w-hast
!I* ifo I f i'u tell a fie feiJ'T i ll '
.1 1a o, e$ %;Pp. Iflfl lute I'll g" ti
aii 10'il t,~-e. lcboulmlmetre*,'--- Yet. tud
that Ign' the worst of It. You'i llso
be expelled fro~m .eOi.
ftep e'MbII nO.
It ym from Rbeunmatim czr
pains. for B&Uwd's Isow Liniment
wGil bdulag pcgbres. It Is a wae
wer for 1UP'S, Rbems- CODs-
vseesi undo m sd ab pains-and
withinthe rMOebof alL Prim c e,
IftLN C ".. ILM. LT"A"b. 4z-,
write: 01 have gome wd S~rs Utw
Iftb t t INmybowhr aman
have Iow % abs uijynsiyhan
P awand SedOO I
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To Each and Every Person Who Re-






Semi-Weekly Sun for Another Year,

ot to The Daily for Three Months---

Also to Any New



ee....I GAINISYILI.5..

1:neficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck
and people of every station and occupation have tth fever.

, It is most interesting and initrouctive to-study the constantly changing
I ,ne of applicants for Pocket Ban;k- as it files through Tha, Sun's business
c. There is the mlothIer, bringiug her daughter with her and securing a
nk for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether she
may have another for the boy who i4 at work. She recive.s it promptly.
Boys comrne---ome are steal v. seriou-faced chap.( who have begun to ri
think on their own ecowunt, and wh'o aak questions aboitt tihe operation of
the wshe.rne which show the riult of rubbing up against t Ih- world.
Then the High &choo) girls and b )s, fay and actlv*, while the work.
man and blLinfes man "*li;, inll" luring the noon hour to iet a bank for the
boy or girl at home, after askini one or tAvo leading q, Imtionf to maske'lure
there i: no joke ab i,t the 25 centt-.

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Good for an additional 2. cents when a deposit of one dollar or more in ca'.h
is made, will be given to everyone who avail themselves of this opportunity.
Make an inveptiation and you will never regret it.

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Wa sHappene and What is Gol
opw Told In 0Shrt
TMht ,He Who 11n1" Mallead"
STM heSun.
~aIes' calling cards I latest style
so office.
ir.ySholes typewriter for sale. A1.
b office. I
OWl purest ingredients usd in .Ow
Keystone Bakqry.
Harry Setgler of Waldo spent Wed-
say in this city with relatives.
W. E. Bell, an extensive contractor
Trenton, was in the city yesterday.
Wanted-Bright boy, twelve to sv-
teen years old. Apply telegraph

Mrs. Garrett V. Chamberlin of Ta-
paid Gainesville friends a visit
T. J. Durden, a prominent citizen
Hampton, was in the city on busl-
aees Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Graham and son,
en. are spending a few days delight-,
gily at Worthington Springs.
For Sale-One 4x5 P000o plate
amra complete with latest.nodel
s and outfit. Earle Kelley.
Argo Red Salmon Is not only Pure
but it sl the cheapest and most
tritious food in the country. -
Don't let your grocer give you any
F-r extract but demand Blue Ribbon
Tanilla. You know Itts the best.
The Presbyterian anse is being
(rymtd to a coat of paint, which will
lake quite a difference in appearance
4f the same.
Prof. D. Y. Thomas of the Univer-
sity faculty has gone to his old home
b Conway, Ark., where he expects to
spend his vacation.
31 D). Davis, a progressive merchant
o4 HaFlue, was in the city Wednesday.
I.Be called on The Sun, renewing his
.sutbJriltion for a year.
M,,-dames C. D. Wood, S. Frie and
GIl n, and Miss Grace Hughes, all
of Archer, favored this city by a
vtit a day or two ago.
W\anted-Manager for branch of-
Sce e wish to locate here in Gaines-I
vi,.' Address, with reference. The
l',:;~ Wiholesale House, Cincinnati.

0'lo Mlunli'fi l Lp will hld A.

1,ea Mises Pfto s Ruth Wab'
f p h.LaA b wright of Starl* and Tesale Doke of
is sWibne Tucker of Rochelle Santa Fe. who have been visiting
Wa shOeing in the city yesterday. Miss Julia Walnwright in this city.
J. Mh Turnbr, Jr.. of Jacksonville. have returned to their respective
was circulating among his Gainesville homes.
rieMnds yesterday. R. H. Seymour, a prominent attor.
H. Thomas, proprietor of La Ma- ney of Miami. was in the city yester-
tanIas Ciar Factory, has returned day on business connected with the
from a buslne s trip to Tampa. United States land office. He express.
Ask-your grocer for Argo Red Sal- ed himself as Iying well pleased with
tnon, and do not accept any substitute. Gainesville.
There is no finer Salmon packed. Boarding places wanted for summer
.Argo Red Salmon is caught in Ber- normal students. Citlens who will re-
ing Sea among the Icebergs. That is ceive summer boarders for eight
why the flesh is so firm and the flavor weeks, beginning June 17. are request-
ad' delicious. ed to notify the undersigned by postal
The grocers.are handling Argo Red card, giving city address. W. F. Yo-
Salmon because it takes no argument cunm.
to sell it, and' the customers come 1W. II. Sadler, alter a couple of
back for more. months -slent with his mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Esther Grieve left Wednes- A. V. Sadler, In this city. left Wed-
day for New York, where she will nesday for Richfmond, Va., where he
spend the summer delightfully at the may decide to remain until fall. Mr.
various resorts. Sadler, who Is an operator, has been
Seinplo1 cd in the office of the Western
P. M. Padgett, an extensive naval Union in Tampa for the past two and
stores operator of New River, has re- a inTar
turned to his home, after a brief
visit to relatives here. General Superintendent M. -fiddle
Miss Annie Lou Hodges, .who was of the Atlantic Coast Line, with head-
a guest of friends here during the quarters in Jacksonville, wa in the
commencement exercises of the Uni- city yesterday in his private car. lie
versity, has returned to her home in came to attend the joint meeting of
High Springs. the Board of Trade and vcizens and
representatives of the various rall-
My millinery sale Is stilt going on, roads entering Gainesvllle, in the mat-
and will continue all of next week. er o discussing the proi'oslIon of
ter of discusslag the proposition of
Any lady who has not already received
her summer hat wilJ get a bargain
here. Mrs. F. T. McCormick. Friends of W. E. Dow will be glad
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Pflster and chil- to learn that his condition is greatly
dren of Macclenny, who have been improved, and that he is now enabled
In the city for the past few days as tosit up and use to some degree, his
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Those. Roebuck, left loor limb, which been para-
returned to their home yesterday. lyzed for several weeks. Mr. DOW
feels g' Miss Kittle LaFontisee has return- he will tl enabled to resume hinks du-
ed from DeLand, where she has been ties in a few weeks. ie would be
engaged for the past year in teaching glad to have friends call to see him.
In the DeLand public school. Miss
LaFontisee is regarded as one of the The Oaks Hotel, East Main street
most efficient teachers in 'the State. N., which ha* been condnted by Mrs.
W. T. Zetrouer has returned from Kate Taylor, closed a day or two ago,
a brief visit to Windsor and Rochelle, and Mrs. TaylorleftWednesda for St.
where he accompanied his wife. Mrs. Augusthw. where she will engage
etrouer, one of the accommodating again In the otel business. The
clerks at the delivery window in the Oaks will be under the future manage,
ment of Mr. Van Allen. a hot< I man
postofflce, is enjoying her vacation, of wide xperee, who propoe to
of wide experience, who proposes to
and is still with relatives at Windsor. t hostelry n rt-clas cod-
place that hostelry In first-class condl-
Prof. and Mrs. R. W. Clothier and tion, sanitary and otherwise. Th,.
children left yesterday for Kansas, hotel will be closed for the next flf.
where they will spend the next two teen days. and when it i re-opened
or three months. Prof Clothier s will be one of te cleanest and most
one of the efficient members of the up-todate r4orts In the country.
faculty of the University of Florida, _
and has been an earnest worker dur-
Ing the past term.
b Miss Lillie Carmine, for the past
ew months clerk at the Oaks, left
Wednesday for Live Oak. the Oaks
having closed under the managenint
of Mrs. Kate Taylor. who has been

L. ita1t rteeting in the Haymans' in charge for the past eighteen II=I
bi(k over (hitty's store, Friday even- months. The hostelry will be re-
Lt Lhich a full attendance is de- opened in a few days by Mr. Van
i ,.. of Mrs. F. G. Rembert Ind Miss Carrie Barco, who has been B AN
9- 'P F. McCook will regret to attending the public school here. has
Vk. 1h1:t the,\ are very low, but trust gone to I)utton. where she will spend --
t, l sIn regain tbelr nor a few days with relatives. From Dut-
III sKoon regain their normal
h: iton she will proceed to Wekiwa
,.'enut an d ch ildre, Springs, Orange county, where she will D
I.- ( Jes,.ie and plaster John, spend the remainder of the summer Do a Geei
L6 n, to Live Oak for a few with her parents. Her friends hope
S111. to the former's sister, Mrs. to greet her again at the opening of
c ; HKai,,' ,the fall tern, of the school. ing Bn
My millinery sale Is still golpg on, S. Robertson. representing the
aSI ,i continue all of next week. Armour Car Lines, has returned from
. A., a:y who has not already reelved a trip to Martin. Reddick and other
he' summer hat will get a bargain v"ction" In Marion county, where he
he-e. Mrs. F. T. McCormiqk. has been looking after the Interest
S Reed gone of his company. Mr. Rot wrtsoi states We elicit
,! .\ anate on1 bu~In !that the cantaloupi.and melon mov- th i 0untS Of
t- at t several daysinwent has already e-gun In earnest,
S ttat s ral about thirty rarloads handled over"
1-' resided for Im time. the Atlantic Coast Line alone from
M A Mlr. formerly of this clty to a eroe.
ae'd in the mercantile Tom e Mlath ApE'ot to
S. Inttn. has returned to ake his departure this morning forearm l
r. are always ghere Jasper. where this evening he willd
.. are always liver the commencement address be-
SJ Dan fore the Jasper Normal Institute. of; CO(O
Nr'I J D. Goodow and w which"'r. Geo. M. Lynch is pre'idInt
S. Ms. A. I. Crale, who P, of, eath Is a fine siatkr, Ad
tending the winter hore. hi ao: are constantly II*. d divi
S l to their summer Whoi mand this Iln,. He has Just"
S'1 Harl where they will re- returned ro DelAnd. wber,$ he de-
*arl fll Ulivered am leterestlag address before Stall d4p *at
,.ar meet of the Woma's th students of Stetso Univer'sit) MIN tuwr tIn
',Y Trialty 4pteopalI The Woman's Esebwge,. an organt
S b held at tho story xaton rwectUy organtsed her" for e i
S at the A'. mssihstamnues sad boetit of won e a nerl
S -- o' k v t.n.a t c d i who desire einp'oymint In their ia
:..'emdamc teob doB 1 quite a sucer f W, Wl.,,
S" l'mp oNd WSdM boy The ejebiapi wJhic Is an auxiliary ea.
Srt th 110 tOW of tbe library assestation, wtl kep
kta"; k blag iem Areath. "opt A&uo"n at' Mte brary frot "* 9
L. rFet ay i 'r a ftew ml I1 o'clock asterday marns.

'br Vil. = f1I "eabs. beUed mw et., a perPmt.
e. w W M a tes sae M t wl witl so to
Ckje t* a is""* e

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*A;:' M*W p'
Surveying Corps of the UnlveCty lt ne
Left for Phllbrofen.
Having been assigned to duty at A&MIRESTAURANT.
Philbrofea. the new camp site re- M
cently selected by act of the Leglsla- (0 to Posolt a c )
ture for a permanent camp for the -
Florida State Troops, Captain N. H.
Cox of the University of Florida, with NOTICE.
his surveying class, comprising J. W. Begiantag April lot we will put e o
Stands, W. W. Gibbs, Claude Tomp- our Sammer rate of 04 per week--
kins and C. F. Canova, left Gaines- meals-end N trading stle e. Strie-
vllie Wednesday, and will proceed at ly flrst!olae In very repeat. Two
once to survey out and lay out the large eleotrle faWs, eadIrng somforn.
new camp site, which Is located on
the St. Johns river, about seven miles COLD DRINES OF ALIM 8. .
from Jacksonville.
The party went well equipped, and Coffee the beot. veryiklhbig
expect to finish their labors during nioe. Game .oaked to ode
the early part of the coming week. for sportsmen.

Thee Medals Awarded Gaineville at M i N
Woman's College Exercise.
Gainesville Is proud of the fact that
three young ladles of this city have yveltie DAk t t
retained the repitatlon of their town lt is, BDo s, Station
fo( education at the College for Women,
the female State college, which they,
have been attending. P emes
These young ladles carried the hon- and P re FraI *
ors In their respctli\e classes. Miss
Carrie Dean was awarded the medal206 East Lierty str
for the best essay in the junior class;
Miss Eva Dean the medal for the beet GAMIESlLLI, WI
essay In sophomore class; and Miss .---- -- -- ..
Mary Baird the moldal for the beot 1000 BREAD
ossay in the freshlnut class. 0
These young Iadles have arrived
home, and are being showered with AIDS DIGESTION
congratulations by their friends. ......___

\ Mr. Adkins to Graduate.
Through the courtesy of .1. C. Ad-
kius of New River, well known and
popular in this city, we haie received
an invitation to be preemnt at the
chbmnencenment exercises of the gradu-
ating class of the Valliaralso Univer-
sity Law Sehool. Val laraitso, Indiana,
of which Mr. Adklus mtill be one of
the graduates. He Is hi this e('ty at
prsemit. but experts to leIt\ in tinm.
to be present at the ecxorcises, which
will Ibegin Sullday i lth the leanalaii-
rate sermon, and extend to J.Ilnie r.
Mr. Adkins' num eroium friends thrnugih-
umt the country'. oi etd tisncre con-
gratulations it hiats tt'u inm ltn Iuso lg
through this Inmtitution. which Is (ion
of the best of its kind in the couf-!

A Delightful Party.
Little Mtin Margaret Morerhant.
at the home qr her imar'nts, Mr. amid
Mrsm. ;o. . Merchantl, onte'rtati'ed
iaout fifty of her frietulds W'odlifeda)
The occasion was aianoed In a man-
amer aan'j'ueser ecu mti v u ab- Fzli

gis ier appropriate. niilly juvulln 1iiiam0" I
111I tbehin Indulgel In. I).l-Iloun refres*h
ments were .,rvd during the even.
RIng. and It Is ne..-dles to add were
much enjoyiedl
IERS At decentt Inl time ti li. Kguets do..
w, ,ixiarted. with ruiSin thiainkti nd l Ist
Swishes to tnhe lr ,Ifc -ter little- hostess.

A Business Change.
ral Bank-A* II ,( l'r "td W. .1 H unter havoc
lonlunmiillitted tm I lniM rtant doal hav-
Ing purchased the livery of Hunter
n Fdwur.m anidl I) 0 Edwards
lUOO. The' I'W flrm i liu swe tot go |Into
the lbiuptnip,. (om a firit lass and ex-
teumlis,' eale They will thoroughly
renear ii and remnodl the Edwards'
stable., anl ~IIl place thelein some of
the l fini-t t tik to be found In this
pottlIl O t lfthe Sttate.

To Ou> Friends and Patrene.
Slur making our announrjementfl
it$< 'that s** would *ilos our banking budl
SlI to- tsake- .ff,'ct on June 11th. 19o7.
,.' ha.-e sold our building, fixtures
rs anmd %ault to W. R. Thoma. 0 K
lr Ieolrn.. If F Dutton. C. W Cbase,,
.1 II VIdal. 8. J. Thomas and J. I.
tins an adtt sell kown business m in
ato0 n11d Ilii (t and county, who wi orsI 1x.-
a banking comtpaBy to be condut'- l
j in thil building lu order that th.er '
,8|S imay be no discocttaisaee of tbh bank
-- II tlo4eiuiess In this buldIng. *t hawe -
s*I@W1, .1_ to eontliwe our busine-l' ,artli'
t ie, the th organization of the ne.w om;iny
Mtstst aeb r ,,ad ,e rv.speUcvely ask our frin4*is
n' rl r s who have so kindly done
j;.i"r*i with as to rrntirlum'" their
NItvOIW" Aents -i,-. tihthh ** w firur. It will
of tsluiL G- y,aang*d by wise and reiervatiUve
rB el *# t St'utiipao mon wham we bav. known
.In a b',.irnoel way ftr yews. ad we
besposk for theq a liberal lperWaA
As adsld io clMre istr lett1 r
the ISth, a:l elheeks wll be psiM with.
0" out t0um and .wutlH d6
A so it ,redeMd. wih ItStW. M
Kay Md. 1W.

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And keep0 one relieved oft "t'ibt Mr
feeteU" whiob heavy. *o.4rI bred i
bound to create

If you do oti keep good. Wholeame h
yourr 1a&)l. for Is Is made fresh every im
ra delivered t your door by
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Electrical Supplies.
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Agesy for leading lcyrle. R alpejIuI
do4s promptly. Il, etril worfk
of all kin&e

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n"et. with fehlliirve for sidpariln IPf,
Information aoneruainig the T1l, 1i
nian allI lands In Albano& Wela-
All basine treBanetad promptly,


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