The Gainesville sun


Material Information

The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:

Related Items

Related Items:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

Full Text

9 *r 001,

Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thusday


iE I



My is Wel U WEit tsW W k, re n m ers

An S dig S y at Their EImS.

TALLAHA88EE. April 17.-The l'p-
per House of the Florida Legislature
will complete the second week or the
session of 19H99 well up with itb work.
The committees have given proper
consideration of the many bills. reso-
utlons and other matters referred to
them, and the calendar stands prac-
tically cleared. The Senate Is nearly
ten days ahead of tie record of work
of the session of 1907. To date. their.
have been introduced 191 bills, besides
numerous resolutions, some of which
were Joint and concurrent. Uninlie thc
Lower House, the Senate did not ad-
journ at noon Friday until 3 p. m.
Monday, but will meet again at 4 p.
m. this afternoon, provided a quorum
to preset. The membersaretired by
a strenuous week of work. and as
many have gome home to spend Sun-
day it is quite likely that a quorum
will not answer to the roll call.
Motion to adjour, until Monday
was made, however, but objection to
the same was raised by Senator Beard,
who stated that he was anxous to
have the Senate take up aad pas
Immediately the bill enabling the city
of Pensacola to commence and carry
out to completion certain contemplat-
ed municipal Improvements, Including
the paving of streets. etc. This bill
was introduced by Mr. Stokes of Es-
cambia in the House of Representa-
tives and p.assml. In the event the
Senate meets today Mr. Beard will
-at once propose that it be taken up
. nd passed.
Senator Cone introduced a resolu
tion yesterday extending an invits
lion to Hon. \'llllam Jennings Bryan
S> address the Florida Legislature
iheb resolution was l paosd. there be-
i.ig no opposition offce-rd. The sec-
a.-tary of the Senate was Instructed
i., transmit a copy of the resolution
I Mr lirvan.
The com(llittte' on tempinij'ralnce re-
I orted favoratil. upon the joint reso-
Iitiun Iprovlidin for constitutional
:e;ctine'ndlment in order to lIt tthe- pl'ople-
Sf Florida decide the' elue-stiomi of
Statst-wide prohibition. The. c(mii l-
titlonal amendment counnlitte will
iot report upon the reboluti n until
later. probably at the sain time the
lioum' conmittev reports,
Routine Proceedings.
Twenty-nine nimnibt r were pre -nt
at roll call at Io o'clock
Among the bills introduced strer
the follow illn
Senate Ill No 143. hy Harris

Fixing salary of Attorney4Genral.
Senate Bill No. 144. by Dayto--
Cancelling certain tax sale certl-
.Senate Bill No. 152, b Adklne-Re-
lating to commitment of minors to re-
form school.
Senate Bill No. 1~3. by .West-To
protect landlords aganlst destruction
of property by tenants.
Senate B1U No. 154, by McCreary-
Prohibiting log arts on certain pub-
lic roads.
No. 7. by Sloan-For joint commit-
tee of five to confer with State offl-
calis regarding relief of countle af-
fected by supreme court dectison on! fL:d&. Adopted.
Bill on second reading:
Senate Bill No. 24. by Williamm--
Relating to railroads. Reported u-
favorably. ludelnitely postponed.
Bill No. 37. by Daytow-ProhbItlag
catching of food Ash from Crystal
river with nets in Citrus county. To
third reading.
ill No. DS, Dyte-Proldin for
transfer of money from me county
fund to another. To third reading.
Bll No. 22. Dayton-Allowing cir-
cult judges clerical aid. To third
Bill No. 1, by MeMNloea-Requirng
boards of county commisloers to
advertise for bids for public work
and for supplies. To third reading.
11111 No. 3!. by Willlams-Disqualify-
ing certain persons from holding
office or appointments or acting a..
turors. To third reading.
Bill No :;:.. by Williams-For regu-
lation of secret society meetings.
Amended to allow officers to enter
into any place where he be.lleves me-
-r,-t nmetilng il heinx held contraryy to
law. To third reading.
1111l No 9o) by Mr Massey-Provid
Ing fur pt ..(;l road tal for citilia and
towns. To third reading.
till No 2. by McCrsary--For cheap-
er text-tooks. To third reading.
1iI11 No. 9. by Mr. ludson-Raiw-
itK schooll age from 6 to 7 e-ar- To
third readingK
I1ll No. :.. by .Mr. Sloan-Prohibit-
ing -al<- or gi'ling away of certain
tiarcotics. To third readlin.
till No. 4:. by Mlr. Sloan G(\ven-
ing iardon appillcationi. To third
I;ill .1u ;'. b) Mr Irxt u-llu- ttualv
nlig f*e' from cotton tre-d nl-al manu-
factured in Florida. Itescrted unfav-
orally and indefinitely ljstlponed to
shich Mr S Iroomc agreed

SAVA\NAhI, .Ga,. April
vii..rkt-t for Seta bIsiatd'. %up,
.1 1004A e tl I-lid Iad stael III
4 X I~ IllsIIIa- .It eloIo

laic (hal. F.a It of Al 11.lIte
tIA 1-, 14 ~e 4fee fl ,eliA P a'l is

ilaigh r .'I

17; '1114.e, (e-orgI the- -rer,, ia U, Umwuall, ad, mwc
Orm" 111h 1 d c ujd iliejejlliag out Io already re-
Aue cll rt d a A lltie-.
'I fit. r-,Hopw i,g 1 il c .- A Iero I.a Ejf e.ij
eI eI~ta 111ct,''t l.41401?%i t I ofaelel re %i i-eet
eat '. F lot A. I.Ie

A4 teua l im, f or t tie i .eI

'A4 '-k im s 4..AeI I des lu l.m I I.)I t i ltd im tI:I e1 14 1e PisIs
A. tulle lla 11 r.tlretNof 4 1011 :- le-1 '61,14 gI Is h& lt 60,4011c"42KS.
-'dv-i. %%t fe. I e- tus e- of Ia eet f II I hot eJuli* jte a tie 1e8*.1 alil i ttFla-
til. itee, e i C it traeelt- I .1 U it# r lhA i -ici, A1 P. 4 .1 1 '.&
t 1.4ijt 4 t t I-t,1(tiit (. & i t*a iled 1
AceoumaIs I la 1`1011 tht- it. 4 fell, AItam' O'eI,11Ia.., EesI sci i'
u&.8j1a)b ( iosriiatIi. A rt-ducee-d a. f a
a r e-pourted from the' If.4.1 is 4 '01 or ('Ii 4itJ 1,0) \ 4SC


Z Q ( 13
0'i u I I

54i VAoUlil z. %hu-rt.- itsIa ij~iv wt sital e.aI. ,16itd J igi 6. S qU1t-I flea2-141
JeutlMU ILA ulea&ed* scamivad but 4o Ir. full. -filw .Z u-itia fill*- 2-4 me-
ductlus 11 aa41 ee Ied diu 'losleii aad c-ihe. ; t* s-5etta, LeuLa. asirs kuu
Akhwt a eat Georgia l1 &eiUL16 e tt O uWhjeo m


rrs *da.w alyus: *bSU Im d -M--
The Skn and a umber rof gr
ive merchants have Camined ,md F ti f-
purebhaid a handsome dIamlid rtim
ataed at e, and two pians that
wil be given away t Ie sme ms- TAlAU I Art IT.---t
er as the recent contest, wLd prew- a-eh eled Ir the lagist
ed so popular with sch a lare mm- of 1W7 to inveltigAto ti e I
br of people throngout the county. daoaiaefthe Ti ste lOf tlfgl
They propose to give one vote for I e-IW mt F- d a --d a vl
every penny that is spent with them omso rImIt vrdlh aklI
Ia cash. This means the ia)ing of ht weW mm d-W M-
all blls and also all ecas purchaea. Oeiade sh pm hn asm M
Thbecouty wi b divided lato di- have ben ta re ald -s--la
tricts na order that the girls of the lhe" was no dMwr- a O -
country will be given an equal show. amou the members of the eam .
ng Ina one of the greatest coatess sm until they reached that pbrfla
ever Inaugurated in this sectio of Of the report that deals h lb 1I
te tate. pgl contetMo d of t h a)se' I*
Three sections will be embraced. rtl cousel. former O"wVg r
the diamond ring otag to some girl hs, whem Jadge Syd' C r,
residing within the Gah sville m rma of the eomu---a_. dlWed
tion. this laetuding the city aad every- a to the law ald B d Sa -d tg
one within a radius of four miles. olpts o 0 that palt.
The Easters and Southere section Tho comsm lso tht tI 2
will taclude FlrbeaMs, Waldo. Oru~ was cou0 d with te e"M
Heights, Campvlle. NeltPoe. laud M a 11 th lmau; t e
Grove and everything up to and i- l-id taed h to rm h'L
elading Mtesaopy. an d the Tam LsS t esiary
ad Wacahoota eectLo-f-mr tL tl M at amW times dW
part the yonm lady reeeving t the exece O the ta M
largest .amb of votes w be wast mI t
of the aets, bath a the early ean
awarded a haadsome Wilams piano lat' ^aem btha w o dM
-value 6. atera. at 1
The W tea and Northsra ect able and that the lw Is- at -
wil include Hague. Alashebm Hgh n e ~ b tnraw f umIer iw
Spriams Newberry, TreaftO. mWamasone1 11 Mye l
Bel. Wilcox and Archer and all eom-, to fav d a-ter"-" e de "
maltles embraced ti thiis secti. To hi~h t e~hv"e
the you lady reeiving the larat N Oa pealS Orde,
number of votes here another ae Upa request of Jadge OarO, I
Williams piano will be given, valued rnelatUve from Alaehba, thea Ioa
at $350.a remade p t
Thee praise arse give s order that the M.rlaoa the --plal o r of
the large number of ctlaeas realdlag bustlnes or Wedmeebdar AW t1.
an the county, and who are compelMd when Judge Carter, chai rm of the
to come to Gainesville to do their commission. is expected to Lgve a f1h
trading. will share alike la the distrl- and lengthy explanation oaf the whtle
t)utito of the pirises. report In periods of ten year ad
Thin li a chance for ambitious r n.',r has it around the capital that
young ladles to win the prles, as they portions of the speee wll be eastlt
can work among their friends and se- in the extreme and highly laterestaig;
cure a large number of votes by aso that he will hew to the lim. let the
liclting subscrlptimns and posting chips fall where they may. and that
them as to where to do their trada:. If anything i.g the past deserves e*a-
when viiting the city. sue it will t Itt and i there s
Thorp is a lrs aP moun t of iaone

spent In Jacksouville and Ilsewherre
that you can assist in throwlog here.
where you will receive the benefit O rge C
of It and the way to win is to set
busy Immediately and commence to
sork for the prizes. Cantab* among
your friends and whenever they visit Pays
Gainstlu llle Ihae tit-rm visit the
places where they) can obtain votes on
all iurcha'ses. O:LLANDO. April 17 -Jesse WillS
EK ery lic has tw-* n ur'ea in this alias 'Alatema." a negro. was hang-
colntet in order that you may b sup- ed iu the couty jail yard yesterday
plied in anything you want. and the morning by Sherlf Kirkwood lor the
imrchants here are noted to carry
the largest and nxmt complete stocks. muder of W. H. Hammod. *
outpide- of the metropolitan cities, of player, om months ago.
aly) place in the State. W illIs was emdpoyed by Mr. Ham-
Following In the list of merchants mo'd as a section hand and at the
bho h joine-d l.c- ('Hopx'ratlCe t'on-a trial it was brought out that be had
Itetl. and whichb proulines to be the a Igrietauc against Mr. Hanitnund
gre-ate- coite.t e t-er giten in this The murder ocorred whUe Mr. Ham-
section of the State: noied %nu ou a fishing trip with Willt,.
Gaineuville Furniture Company. the negro slipping up behind him.

4le ; s ,ril* lardwar n iM any Guests I
ihairdtl .are anid |Jlunllii. ,
Mr .F T M<(oranr ik illi a ilhe-r)
\W M %I.lhihnon drug- andd palItlst
;:61- -ill NatieoI.N l thiiak baaike-rp San Frae
I. I' Si ithli 'hiM iawil J- w e lr
Mr. It Wile ll dl. KNd- ahd tIt HAN FVtAN(l(<') April 17 -Six
tIoll ImjAdie. reco-red and probably eight
Haudra a. gr e andort l'e other buried ln tb. rules, si
fed stuff"
Craford & Mloti. l.ery and sale I*jured, ute fatally. property ams
etable-. lz Mtwi (hr-e- are the results of a
P V Y liith fresh aueat fire ytesNtday that destroyed the St
(tali.aiall.- Plaulu and ('oua ('Co0I (Gurge Hsrl. a lodglag house for lI-
plu>) lullultr aud building material ,,irers at Hiuward and Eighth streets.
Ther ruItes(t sill opea Tu*eday I kight other sasall uildlogs were
trluning and russ to August lUth 10v. burned The hudie tLaks to the



[lop 1 1 ol M
i^^mwwi^ ^ B^U^


, I I- 8to obs Po
"Nodlea owe m ,
bemG~e a s- ls "4

ah -9 f
amo NOUN. om- go

snow STB axs ooft o U



Von To wo

fteod 10114 4 b MO

Ssweee or
hall,~ wid

slow doi i' 1u
dis ilo ws M #i;

Mhd ood a dIM

Pemba lho

my so~mwi. -w
mak -


Death Peally

strthikbn oi n aMe hbad wla awa
kIlins hIm WIMtagay.
Wil -i n m -n -es gemed
-esr ahmr a nei eg A mI ,
a-ot him w bin Was m
buit wasu so stre that he ap m.
vrited and -sat-sced to deo
JIu-d- t.. .
Thene k had bes cheeftl a- Sew
ral daY, hellag that at the .a
mo0 est his atesme weoUd be ee
muted to thLat of a lormwsmnt
bet Governor lsebrist re d to Ia

Burned In

[sco Hotel Fre

morgue were o arres d ta IMio
ratLeu wr'as mu maaI
The botel waS a thMri S-
buildlag. It hbwmed so Me
&* o t the IW guests at ld e le
dress May eaped by mpg to
the rusl of as adj*-'i' wa
Score clamored dW t OlsMas
hulidlWg ftw WMd i s h 6
IMtM Wb b 9 m m

Sea Island Cotton Mar-

ket Firm P st Week

i i .......


Of bw Uthe bwlms ft me
eurtgial Wau in ~be

h edot I 6 av'nd

bg boo wd anJ reewd sw erI w
wlb bm hew ms hA
orn tome Y1nuu4 .-Ir ~--'(I

wh=&a thetim


I up In a IaIir T" IIuI u VI u1Vq .

-- w








fiR l~ttI

W-Ill I
r r o__ l

fit -

33k 1.-I
J iv

Imm; mnb
-~~ f- Nem ;

one k Nbno&
~L aftr Ion rm



O- h Lm M w ilwo I
W y wrerw nD. A A
U wgb o mow*- domed 11 -
al ap Skme Umeruhty. me OO. N.
V. bm 0&nof the Baud 49

as so- %IN&* b mdaft
ampo s. m bawaes is
lb m& a 0 Pn"Unor n o a
mb Wo e Sremiamisshom the

am pe~d.M m he tolwaba rgs, COL
____ m~d 0ftKwmWldbe sheet
5*IW so emuldan"tO. he ,at
~se1Woher 60 uhier Seeaiegof
00ham Ism al SE h Vakerty.
Mr. Oim @MAW &W 4ha aisneew

Lm r w No
* 1W 54.
Im ID a

mm nI


.vu &I

met also f(r the beautiful floral Wit.r %IIIto Lw In A'ten'LAru14 lifi t&&
afteritag *4#( late IllthIII to*-I(.411 '1 1'et ri~nW t*Ivd
A. H. PIRLJOM. ing atio itoth aill dt-lia,.r address 4m11
MRS T MBRITTON this mr~craiotli f E\vr txol mrt curdiji
MR and Mil J N NEWS oM l iz a,%t.*d Lur t tte'aid Itfie-bijuar
(old- -d d ri in. itt furuip t it o, the
Wo ottIe u cadr bow any gwrwou grtetda bi% l It-11 LAxlgt
c be peruomaded into taking a s Jn j C %.[.1LANIS C'b u
but Foleys Hoary and Tar for coughs W W %Akio'k.4
colds and tune trouble I, not be
filed kto acupUag "own make' ur It )vu Lavi twackahe and urilna)
odw amboetuta T. th SOSUI UCC Dtrouble-6 )U u uultad tker Yule) j .i
ma so harmful drugs and Is In a & au -Ady to Wtrenge and build
YD packages. J W. MeCuluii & t~ the tdavs so they %ill act pr"p
art a. a seriousklda troctole my
ts WaM' aa WWa 1 b wVelo.P J W- MCM 1 & C4.

IhW GN I^ adr NoMe ASM^e Tafkn by Doewd of Cowt"es

bm U ^B ta Lak Pena.

5 h If Ito -ft: -m a (nwn faf-l to Ilinl-
O M; an Annabla N; ft whas landed Thursday that a
aL M; MW. so ft W. pre"a. mo. e .e mtf by a lar
ai L -00. 11....1 S 8.m m. wsb e wasU a Irct
At "MtasN to smVam oe t al teamo 1 tWalin0 at th
0 -r"a SeMsI sM 0wed drabw b U ivreIuatE pme ad waft for thetr
m e c a e comtt: am" rrmya Im ase maM t tIsw as

.i. Q., e........ .3 ,e k fl* a r t
rW w.... 1.1. a r11 rthn ms .ep uare u e LAomn -ad
Wo-sn b f shee t otl ...... A satthe sea ample amn w* pay or
fM KUn,~iW ...... smas wraor me am t tafos afe ava-
___UMM Y- K.. 30 able em the mes s"abeyr apprprl-

-a m *iM n n oel.... 4e s1 -l __
_a I O1 ilea ye.. a Sel tr I .
MOM = m iOF...N...M T T betass is s theited tos ea
a- rAmOM ear...... Um 1tn i the a ushnn o ro m d
Mll s, NnK uVW ..... u uoisn Wopsed ah w.f t ready ftr see-

m j M......lbe is f te eamted

..s ...t .fth=eAl t Ct madya

niI aml.... d0oe"
t .sta........ a tHn3 on" s

.ad a4 sf w o oSp roaiw to
.waf y Wh oI.*... mTMsow

Oft n m ax ,..d -sm a meet 2 r a tbe tries. o a d

WlioM wo someoso N msay p mm iss son-IS..
So hd bwes itmht beotat ,a ture fatroah t
l m t ps re-aat mple. ti r equi roam-
a m:bona M ar t- -re o M the aL"
Sw SS90 W9sue I ad het Ioh een that i
0 do ieN ih ere oUOSalt h .eatrs tei ead le

i@L mlil 2^ e et o lapwmotomt Umot o b nyto an is
Ol a* a mbe" a wa w"' inots man, .,-t t auap fl.lows. r

Iha w ew a It e for i tsl ~ aru colds and can ml-
se ertak da tehe o ways be depended uacO? For sale by
bi M Me to et at dr ggists
f bMeoal aS tor a ta bpw asr the

Nto pY meaureth bo ase wt the fact Flrmat ay.'s DalSu:
Ot te are rW of as tlaoerested in i, Trildes. -ravaganLa." gVen
s Cits ter under othe auspices of the Womuan'
Yem W vu *.pr Guild of Holy Trinity church at the
tAlo Vl lHARDWARi r r New Raird last night. was the wost
LowIInteresting production of its kind ter
lam IMae Ochrt waold prob seen the cit
Yh be tarudod to tA e Lelgatare e aooeto
Y befow ardd to theLgsl-atur oEvury business firm* tas rtarebent-
wIIao the net few day asking that ee. by some character and the n.oel
pmr atos bm taLe s to obta the t s bway in which the adse were bIepred
was catchy and &)me Ir
AW this lastitatloa end that be under- handonue cosutmes woer shown. and
Chat thee was Dowabout40. the aflair was one of th*. greatest nuc-
available.s ever gieu n ( alues illee
t is a that there has been a of the w
Both ouHrs of the buildfg w~e. r
samber at ontractie ero u'rartas
-I-O'f sratorss -be fIg-rta filled with spectators and the contain
Et h emee to he mde dl uring Os applause showed that It met
h Sem smuier. but Mr. Bryan with heart) al .
was anmmltal thiss questlor sad
aiM they Woad do their best with
nthesun" re teA 1aby t w in Gaineeville
Bath .gsntlm einressed th Would have many contestants; but
asf as deiahted with the pld it's safe to say that the healthblest ba-
growth Gaiseitie is mak~la and by woUd wn the prize. No baby
worms. end most babies do unles
per emipata. they are kept free from them wit
White's Cream Veralfug.e Acts
Mr. L N. rhahm. a premlieet qulckly. yet mllMy-Is Its owe purge.
a say:ive. Mothers. doat attempt to raise
CAhteMras Secmh and IJYr chdirea without White's Cream
Tahloh ae eaetei the bu t thIg Vrite. Prie 2 ests. Sold by
a te market hr eitipatesa." OLve W. N. Jdos.
thme tables a trial Tea are oetale
to Sad them agreeable sad psemast Odd Fe lNws to Celebrate.
he ct Pt., 3 mats. Sample BELL. April l&.--Suwane. lodge
bee Psrale by al draUtgists. No 3?. 1 0 0 7. arc making preal
ration, to celebrate the lbth annaler
Cd Se Thamk. mary on the !tb of April. 1bv!. and
We wish to express to frieads sad b) apot tal request of LA'dgt No. 35.
eequalatassps our sicere thanks for thia annual ssion a1 il meet a ith
their kiadaots during our beresa- itell i lodge Graid Mua\t.r J W


e lid TO He olwas
In U" For Over 30 Yse,
mi wmnm mll


aeel stk-oflr J& smr W7.
b .

"as IM^4 4GLWit

Your Opportunity!

Save part of your income r regularly andi t1-
posit your Mtving- in thi ;stri ug 16.ini lk- WIC
of the great tilnanial iz.titutionii of Floriha.
--. [

o Established in 1881
-m lihd i~18

OLD iikt.NT('k khi ( toMN
Iirci 'ru.L ILi"Od arrL,, r.
lot 14r

OLw P O NGWeU wIw4Ax
Oiuw L*de

4 Als

-. ...m.t
SW )
Ema msa

mobig .Kowa


A bit-C~aas Famly 3 h
lr hegelhoe.. ..
*boie S

taiwes -ro


tateei Vrusl imaed Wa, ~mbuas
a" od

Ui3 tbh e&auL
4 tMIt5

P0114TY- ('LIii CORN
OF Mie rLJ,.....
a AI r u rPreid


t k,


aHt-ees Lrs't",l

et-n ioe er urictl~i!.t a1141 Catidogue'-M~aik, ld Free

The Altmyr Fta. L4 RCO
ft NX %vo W a" tre


m m -mw m mmAM

- U1~1 3


.. I iu L



r .3- AC r n r I Ir~
fte M'Ves on AlDsftfb% a"wW& bw bom
he -ymor bw tthe do mtm o
~ mid s "*modw bb h
c~Z~- mpwrs 1W linbmy.
AU O@91M mi sf e.-g@h"d m umfs t
am m Wftw1 tmod fm o r the heal the
mem opi md 1- No I- 4"D

ftom" to ha mmE W ow C0
ouf WmidSs--% Is PIsnm. Is
SEW-- N" as uowr
ft a" is U.t ubw. wrom
we ftm Mmwh a a" Wftd
Cdft 30 soM m Wehint-0011 emw
a"W isOWNE 0- a 0 Nmi. uq a em
Mumma me iWa"mem
m e -i-- U um VrelLIo e t






ltI GA

SEmNI W Off SEs-



Caued Little IRpple of Eacitement.
Animated Debate Over Poetpone-
ing Sen. McCreary's Sill.

i lo-clal Corr#-.leoive-laee re

tecond qeek of the legiplatei\. rse,-
-itn Its rapidly drawing to a cloe and
ho far there is little Indication of the
-ensational features somewhat freely
predicted b) a portion of the
press of the State tIi'tore' the d ite of
con veninwk
A little ripple on the. otherwise
smooth waters waas caum-l hy th.l
"James-Alex" resolution in the liou.-e
censurlng Frank Clark for hi- attituidel
toward the Bryanlte wiik uf the ie-ntei
cratic party In a recent s pech in Con-
gress by that distinguished repre-
sentatlve from the Second Coogres-
alonal District. C'trl found eouei
very able defenders in ,ie course of
the debate that followed, and the gen-
eral consensus of opinion seems to
li that should he take advantage of
the opportunity extended to appear itn
his own behalf that he will bq. v-ry
amply able to take care of huimseif and
thoroughly competent to impress his
views of Democracy upon all who may
be fortunate enough to bear him.
An Animated Debate.
A rather animated debate which
was participated In by many Senators
followed the motion to ladelnltely
postpone Senate Bill No. 30. by Mr.
McCreary, being "A bil to be en-
titled 'A act to named Section 344.
Artcle 12. General Statutes State of
Florida, relating to entry on enclosure
to hubt or fsh ." This bill had been
reported unfavorably by the Judiciary
Committee B. and In accordance with
the rules of the Senate the chairman
of that committee. Senator Cone.
aade the motion stated. In opposing
the motiko to nldeinltely postpone
Senator McCreary clearly explained
the object of the proposed amendment,
which, In effec. simply repealed that
section of the law requiring postin of
enclosed lands for a apecifed number
of days by the owner and bow, the law
as It now stood was an Injustice to
the farmer. The incongruities of the
existing laws was brought out. demon
itrating the fact that now the owner
of uncultivated enclosed lands was
i' otected. but so soon as any crops
ve re planted It seemed necessary for
t;.e owner or occupant to post the
e."me. He insilainced cases where the
I 'sted signs were destroyed and sim-
ii.r abuses that his measure was de-
- .ned to lprote(ct
The. debate bteame er> general.
Se-nator ltaker of tie twentieth; West.
It-ard. Sloan and Williams favoring
the McCreary bill and Senators Cone.
clt-e.lod. IDaton and Miller oppoiing.
I'inially ot notion of the Introducer
thl bill was re'iillll.ended to the coui-
inatllee as it wuat unders'temni some of
it- friends desired to suggest an
The neIaw uf the sad death of John
L.aFOlltiee reached Tallahamsve Wed
sie-day iight iad mania ihat\ I*tein the
expressions of regret Iboth at the
Capitol and elsewhere Fe"w men had
A wider or more thoroughly appre-
ciated acquaintance among public

The Title Question

Are you of the nlullber
who are afraili that
there ia ollnie (l.fet t in
their titles, 811. with
that for all .<'tix*ue rf-
fuMte to iavt all Al,-
struct of Title? Si'ldl
for our FREE booklet
on "The Title ales-
tion." al N UMid
Sb d mt M .



in eoinesvillo is Elivi.

Old Ileople stoiopedl a th ufferlng.
.MIidl4' A lKt'. coqurflr 1nir|l n htliux
YVuth prote.tlt(,K Iimpatiently.
Chiilrent. unable to 'xl.!ai',
All In minslry froni their kldirne-.
O()lt a little barkache fir-t
('noli'-s hein cuql tatch a (sli.
Or hqen .t ,i .tTtin t th< hilv k
Mmi.a rcon1il.atlons follow.
'rinnar dlsordelrr dtl;l ot.**. IriPht'm
di -a st
l)teaIn Kldle' 'll',s1 cur' backache.
C(re vr evr form of kidney Illr.
Mrs. N. 1. Carter, 1-% W. McCormick
street. Ga(;inesili'. Fla., aI)v: *"M
son complained of a weak back and
pain across bi kidneys for some
time. He came home at night. tired
and hardly able to eat acythlng. It
was difficult for him to assume a com-
fortable osiitlion and he felt generally
miserable. Finally he decided to glbe
Ikian's Kidney Pills a trial and pro-
cured a box. This remedy soon re-
moved all signs of kidney trouble and
he has had no return of it since."
For sale by all dealers. Price .M
cents. Fonter-Mllhurn Co. Buffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the nPme-Doan's--and
take uo ol for.

men throughout Florida. or were more

universally liked. His bright dispoli-
tion. his cheerful greeting and the
knowledge that his hand never held
the pen in malice, all combined with
his ability and fairness, made him one
of the State's most appreciated
write ..
Petr O. Knight.
Among prominent arrivals at the
capital during JIh week Is liuo. FvLea
0. Knight of Tampa. whoe smiling
countenance is familiar to all who
have been "'round the Legislature"
for the pst twenty years. Colonel
Knight rst made his appearance in
Tallahassee a representative from
Lee county ia the late 'a. when be
was the youngest member of the
House. He was then but a little over
21 year of age and It is doubtful If
he has missed a season slae that
Tallaasee is gvinlg us all a taste
af very disagreeable weather, which.
by the way. is not una ual for the
Capital City nl ApriL several of the
visitors and members are 11. amou g
the latter Senators Jos. Hlumphries
and Lewis Zim. who are under the
care of physiaans. Others are also
Indisposed but try to attend their
duties. There has hardly been a day
during the present sessloa that we
have not had disagreeable rains and
on many days so cool that a ire was
vt ry comfortable.
Hon. Frank Clark. It has been an-
nounced. is expected to arrive in the
city todav. iMr Clark has been re-
tained by Colonel Walles to present
his case to the present Legislature.
It is thought he will only request per-
mission to etetablish his case in the
courts' of the State. and be entirely
willinK to abide by sany Judicial de-
1 Ihlsls

Truckers Are Happy.
Conductor C R. Carter speaking
yesterday about the trucking business
around Etiuston remarked that this
wa.' the bent sea-.on they had exl"t
ritnce-d in nman) years. That two
ac-eks ago the groetrs of cabbalge
around K izliton had recel'ted $'.'*.*s.,
for the, irodMuc' hilpeld and had t~Ieto
bUs s~relic hatllhiaiKg. Ksettllng not less
than $1 .. cratr crat, f o b. Their
lettuce brought a gomd price and the
I-a;in crop in doing well anid from the
lpreselnt outlook their tomato crop. at
fair pric'cs. a ill round out the. ,Masonu'
iteld aith full) SIlso.m. to sa noth-
ilng of their farm crops. lie sald the
truck gtrofers all aloul the liit. from
Citra to High tprnltgs. were' in the
Inst of plirits --cala Star. 13th

More- than nine out of eer) Iten ca*se
of rheumattllut are sillply rheuniatism
of the mu.uc las. due to cold or damp.
or chronic rhoullnraltioi In such cai'es
eso internal tre.atiunent is required The'
fr-ee. application of Chambtwrlala nh .iui-
meut is all that is needed. and it la
certain to give quick relief G;ie It
a trial and see for )oursilf how quick-
ly It relieves the pala and soreness
The medicines usually gitn lultern
ally fur rheumatism are poisonous or
very strong medicines They are
worse than uselea I cases of chroaki
aad uasc ular rheumaUtm For sale
by all druggisat
Ure n see se eae weass,




Suildtng to e Opened for Public In-
spection from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
on Thursday April 2th.

April .'%th a ill le a nala cia' fwo
(;;.illl, e ,ie atnd the M~I; -,;i-n i and the-
lire niAkillg elahlor.ttv pireparatirns
for the gtr.tndl < 'nt of sh edlating
the new temp1llle'
Comninentcitg at Io a. m. the building
will iNw thrown open for a public re-
eption. this to last until 1 p. m. lIT-
Ing all a chance to visit the new
noenw and Inslmect it thoroughly.
At .:::3o p m. the Grand Lodge of
Florida will assemble In special see-
sion for the dedication services, which
will embrace the Impreslve ceremony
les of the order. Grand Master Lewls
t. Maslsey. together with other prolmi
nent Manons of the State. will be pre
The exercises will close with ne of
the most elaborate banquets ever eMd
in the city. but asalde from the lodge
members only a few Invitations will be
issued. The hour and place will be
announced later.
The complete program has not as
yet been fully arranged. but will be
completed within the next few days
and published, showing that may
prominent Masons of Florida an to
take part in the cerehmonls.


Ucense was ined here on the 14th
asLt for the marriage of Mr. R. R.
Robinaoa of Naylor. Ga. and Mr.
Aloe Hobbs of High springs. The
ceremony wa performed at that pce
yesterday and the happy couple do
parted at once for their future home
In Georgia.
The bride la native of t orid
eared Ia Ctrus county, sad a reel-
dent of High Springs for a am wr of
years, and is a lady of sterig worth
and amiable character.
The groom, who hu visited this
section several times recently, maaly
In the interest of Deacan Jordan, a
relative, under indictment for the
killing of George Bryant. has by his
straightforward and gentlemanly de-
meaor gained a hot of friends who
join us nl wihing Jdm ad his bride
a peaceful and prosperous Journey
through life. A FRIEND.

Objects to Stre"g Medilnse.
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed
ny physicians for rbeumatilm. There
is no need of Internal treatment In
any ca.e of muscular or chronic
rheumatism, and more than nine out I
of every ten cases of the disease are
of otne or the other of these arteties.

lief Try it For sale by all drug-
Mayor's Court Friday.
Int the Craw of i G; Kennalrd.
charged with r-ckhlc.-r hootinu on the
tre-t. Mayor iNa'ii anaposed a Ine of
*|H and cot*
Menttion man made of this case a
few da)> since, t.e defendant having
caught up with a negro stealing his
,-.getableh and flred at him In an at.
tealpt to make hins atoap.

People past middle life usually have
some I li'y or bladder diaorder that
,.ci|a the itiality. which li naturally

low r Iin old age. Foley's Kide)y
Renied orrects urinary troubles. stim-
ulates the kidneys. and restfircs
tre'ngtit and %lgor It cures uri, acid
troubles by strengtbening the kidneys
so they *ill strain out the uric & id
that settles l the muscles and Joints
causing rh.e.atiailm. J. W. McCollum
& Cu

The Illack Hand has claimed its
third 'ci ltl for the )e-ar IIn Tanipa in
the death of (; Figart.a u hole-ale
grocer and mceut-ber of the ('it) (ouu
cll of VWest Tampa

Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe
guard against serito results from
spring colds, which lasame the luags
aad develop into psemoula. Avoid
ooutertfets by Itnistiag uaps hvins
thae pu raw's HRae ald Tar,
wlc e ooal s =u a". J.
W. Mcebao A Co


- -M


W. uw,
"is rldd

capiw So.... .. *.** 0AA
Sbsrboduua' .0tu.. *.o.
surplus Ammot....... -

Swcuriyto NpDmop UlMt.

rlb .ImT urm IdewId so=nd so

in".e 3ou W4 aw P sa m

Phifer 3rom.

U- V




Groceries Grain

No Order Too Large

*********** ---^-


You can et any .ood kad from as DISBO PBMOIIOGAL. IS
mroders a hmaI of mft pirsm s we ll as it dm a dfti dm i.
Nothing you can boy il y pr% ovIe mu --.-It-- Nor epo
and yor family at so triia a ad BDu KEDII PHONOOIAPU.
('oe in Uad her the new thiap and It m r wa.

SveC. NI. eOi a --

Advertise in THE SUN

w -- --- -~~ ~C



ii4 K

- I

We lave the infornia-
tion on YOUR title.

- We- haet uan q
OsainWa., ne

UI eseab"

a -.








34 A I


~K-yIL13 ts ~ W

1 >. Al- *




ow Mal
* -41'b

a- hoIw~


L -5 i

-m ml-
f to oft

I va

,mm w W= maw

kt*.I Vm ha
i f6. ml somW

"* o fft I7 a IIa ter
oee- w-a. Mr. sar oat

+' d. aa--if t- at l
.I S. O a Rdl ha a w a-t

tI iml io htahy re rlmd
g hesndpmkf 4d &ier


ihe Omm mRWrt aass mewc
&IIIIIIIIIS a" 8*0do" aftol

M&I ml andja t g mages are.
S90wa% sehae dinebbgowser

WOe N a fslll Inber arBtot

Gla4 atu r. -loeee m. tr the nd
G orm lhey thm rmld af
wemied t aoli l preidelay srvesi

4m0 van w ai 41rmot "he po eteals.

TIhe Orliado Reporter-Star a a

"Tea 9aOwr oaste as lbe te*n elsg,
rd itoa with the a ddSute htod ng

Ia et habaee ey tar up ad
d I ty Starn dow. and Ian
mtU vrme WY es heletds tof
por wedma ad ther tme Ulet-book in
I-- Co ar th oldhae ac-
sopie h wpsltm w h.i hyt a lr" red
a an s m do He. hallfor several
Yers ben princiPal : 44 1 Peters.
bw huih eb L
The Orlando Reporter-Stakh as a
"W" at tbhe following o uclualos:
"Theateosr gaImen* b between egg
"d ht" with the, oUdd on hbats kLg.
o re always tesa&me hajee but 11its
aS nat. SmUmm they turn uu aud
gammlmee they turn down, and iii
eithr s. thy turn the b*c4& of
th wtras and tuno the pockee-bukA
WOM-eUld out SeAter hats bha
momr rs*and iM Inct the- OldtI I1M
ba r buas beat a awle "I

--- -ww o

-lt "i is 7tin
*dmm. s msw aN or ft mmel

*dinines Sd fe Pw-
___ on_ d -o mbe aSO ku4oland

onsAwd ft Om Nt Ow oswoer,
nums"sotheawasiniea ml 0memo
Sold -g mum Ow w pammnto
to oNdm id a ere the porpse."
* 1 5-p sm am to uhmisnd
to an of rkuiftb msbee. very
a a a ro o"tleao wi
"W. be doom so @MOB0wSeea
~~*- U- -t isnt
Som~mSo ~subdm of pro
-Vowed ito asmnswieam

"A me hm advise f ta m
on sr f It b is ee orwm
we f o wr Mesdl oIrwes"ie
MU= D in e ahieo: Sinp sI-l
-hm ff a e in e

If lo aft fm ashvow
on b p i Iesbeto
CPam aw.
O'M sMen molbe id

.-J g m sw-WOnordx

mm monew in owpeoplwhW
nodo vowohm m& ra
owewomune Sm o n
-w wamOnWh o
ad Lr mls
"W IOMO d= In PW@
-so A- mmwo um 60
~.alMr. a so mto-

Or. S in e ts oMof
o It on; We a mr

ohm inetous the mew
-od=so -b m bopb gnto pay
Gama(AOns 0w ameydosear.
**so -rbwe IMa ke tisw
ols: haT hitaho' grassed
amw a amount al loed for yra
oui bis w u f sew"
am b a bemlof.ohm bthoeremy
beoa sub b wha. seddr thedpm
- d 11 ms and v is'04g"ty
M& o luabole rim the werthlees
adl Sao" f int thefa0-a m
b" at so lft. leyU throw

SeS SO away." ONA

(Tainhamse News. April 1.)
a s' m O m N rary mof Alachua
y ha s yrar bes a champion
i State usnormkiy of school text-
beeks having for the past three set-
st1um of the Lgislature Introduced
what may people believed to be the
beat bl mls sb ted along thle Imne
The Mnorait News editor was anxious
to lears from him soNmthln concern
lag hs new bill relating to school text-
bOks, know aUs senate Bill No. 2.
"What does your new bill relating
to hool text-books provide for, Sena-
tory asked the editor.
"Why. It provides for just wbat the
title ays," replied Mr. McCreary; "to
secre to the people of Florida school
books at lower prices; as cheap as
they am sold for In any other Stat.
lof th Unla; for the exchanuig of,
books where children move from one
county to another where the same
toll-hooak are not in use, etc. It re-
quires publishers to ile with the
Stall Superintendent a certifed state
meat of the lowest net prices at which
text-books are sold In the various
coaunU of Florida or any part of the
United State, ad requires them to
furash said books in Florida as cheap
as they are sold In any other State.
Bot the standard and special edl-
toes ae to be supplied under my bill.
thu obviat ag the necesity of paying
high priom for books where the cheap-
er edlUoes will answer all require-
meats. My main objection to the
methods heretofore pursued b) the'
publishers of school text botoLk ha.
been that they charUe-d the Ipeople, o
Florida exorbitant prices an conirpur' 1
with prices charged itn other StatI.i
and that when a child re-iuo.d from
one county to another in umomt cuam'*
a complete set of te bI.,oks had to
be purchae-d lBoth tb. -. dtlcrlinlii.
lonsu on the part of i.ulllhetiri will
be reae dlhed If i w bill MI. 'IiI,. a law
and I houestl) bhlltee it ia thI .o lu
tiou of the school tlok irobllt us iti
out creation any new offllce

luuMt Lb ashLnud of Ir-tl abiull
tra If hard work uad, tbheus It
better to be ltt* Ii tnh. La k thilj
broke Ut. be- lxixkit ( li<) TiI,

me mUIIam ouuwm----


T AL.LAHAAor.r,. prm II I.-iN-|si'te
the effort of Senator Beard. the Se'n-
ate yesterday declined to conirider hbis
statutory prohibition bill when It canli'
up as a special order, but poIstlpmed
the sIpcial order until Friday of next
The action of the Senate was not in-
tended to be a reflTction on the bill
at all. It wa.s taken twMcau-e dSenator
McMullen explained that on that date
the temperance- commillttvt- of both
house sill conllder the, con.titutlun
al amendments and sill hear argu
menur on both ild#e- of the qihtiion
Senator McMullen asked that the bill
be taken up at the sainie time.
The Senate killed the bill of S -nia
tor Hloan rel,'palinig the pIre'e-nt bill
legalliing horse ra inIg Itut thi re. Ir
another bill bt-fore the. Senate haLiing
te. man*i ot+J.- )on.- In the ,Pi),U-
Senator Williamni bill prohibiting
the atten.inljli.e o(f nIitgro ulpon white
gatheringie anid lir' etrrna. a, alo
rt.,portd unltadral ad lihl tiitl1


MI ELROS)E Aril 1. The- enll
54'f+ i'"-. iII .i,,i,',., en Ea-tn.r r'oau
1i ~* I lal4 t I rlllnl 1Ii-
t huri t II it (' It 1 I lit k rfit i.atlini:
It. i I.1- > .n.. -
pm|ik*' to 1 li4 e 1 i an ia .lIl. 'll; i ollit.'
ili-.-.1t .rn a .l l It.A I -t .t. r hl ,n1
I 11. .j t i I
The. l,.h (rhl.-hl ,f a ' \ W .ir
lr It t nrid I.- l', I < : .-t.t11 Ol ilh ,
(on Itl I <. .I(l*it I L, i..iri ,g .
t M -l- .lla A'rlift. 1. 1 t .
llIn K ta ils pllatre I t II.'w tlhrat on,,
\\\' du,.day
W. if. Lee left Moild.Ar fulr GIte.i
Cvt'v dirliga tu do Jui? Ju'.

S The eabeard Air riolmnw ad
the Al-te Cant a l railroad have
been ma blu a etaem of 9 cots per
* IS s M eCau froms Abact am
r l.. to saUash. Ga...and 41 cents
I pW te pmas brm G anevatlle and
Se per* tao d sf- m aRw.
I tera. I three po tahe patt e
lag equal 4distae Trm hvnak.
The Mawthra shippers maged. I
me mesaO tO get a rate o* 45 ei ts
by shipping Yaly fro Hawthorn
to oalmvllme and thea ang the
I Gat"e-vtW rate to avaaMh.
The *we was boght before the
Rainoud Commaiesim by Mesers.
flitk & Jechai o( Hawtorm com-
phlang ofl the dierlmrtiatlao tI
rn a. nd after I t Slttt tWe Rail-
wie 0omSnm called upou the
to ies above referred to to put
i a nMorm r teo w 3 e3uts per 1
p-ds from a tare points to S.
vanas. O a. wrti the ll dee m"
to d, after w o0i thei m tI
made a formal aw Ibeme the Inar-
mton Commems camms n and the
nse was heard b tr Fhe lterat Caw
me0 S *Om sn -me time In Jpea
e ry after w Itl asi t esllder

em Ie *olm h an ly l~p
A sepataf bum Wasbnge-m, m rAW
at of tM e t1 TWes that the ate,
c cm -ee- Ca msi.r has re

del a dee lIN st t ver t the Peo-
a 100rm 0ate t oaf e0m0 p per aI
p-s bm haAlsebwa, inesvibe

MnyI- m od pa to roealsu atOI
Smoseelme seeto d k s m to
anDO and Asrn0in Sevameb, G 6

be ands Is be ei wto te people tl
u e it ltese who are being die.

mernfIa* aa-tt by ta theas pt-
lies Ompans w hotam advantage eo
dS oppstunity a-MI hI e as to ob.
two 6ed6e l thmugh the Ralroad
I po tlesla nt

The Peneala Jourait believes that
the joint resoa l calling for the
subameisse d Mla tain amenad.
mdo tor other uwie oob levin of the
liquor tra o i tc aoriad on be pass
ed by the lAgisltare, and says the
people the nater oas been disposed
at the better It wi l N for all coa-
earned. In advising an early disposl-
tdea or the isses e Jorn a l says:
"The point new Is that the LegIsla-
tere--whbh Is going to pass It any-
way-should pass thbl resolution at
once and be dome with it. That will
settle it so far Ia the Legislature Is
coscerevl and that u.l.y can then get
down to other buqinv-s. leaving the
liquor question to I1e passed on by the'
people one year from next November.

TO COE UP 23rd

3E L


Large Crowd Attend the ervime at
St. Patrick's Church.
The large number who attended
the funeral services of the olte J. 0.
LaFouttise at the church Friday af-
ternoon was evidence of the high
esteem In which the young man was
held by his hosts of acquaintances and
friends In Galnesville. his home city.
Long before the hour for the serv-
Ices the church was comfortably killed
and upon the arrival of the corpse.
members of the family and the Elks
lodge, almost every available space in
the large building was occupied.
The hcr ices we-re conducted by
Fatherr P J. Lynch under the usual
imllro'-i.l\e Catholic ceremony. aft,.r
which the' rnmalns were conveyed to
EK greenn cemetery and laid to rest.
it having finally be-en decided to pl.hI..
them' here instead of at Hawthorn.
Many friends of decea,.d called at
the home' Friday morning to %.ew ti,.-
renmalns. lie was high) r-garde.-d
here for his many nmai:ly traits and
kindnesbes to thousands during life
The floral off. rilgx frimni ord, r- of
whith he as a mtemtner and friends of
the family were as handonme and lro-
fuse as ever seet In the city. it re
qulrlng an extra vehicle to tranc,;it
them to the grave.
Maiituy outof-tollu frhl-nd, s er. I r-
,.n1 to Iay their lat re-lspectr alidlI
further attlft their d.-pi, f.vlli athv for
the twmreraed family
The dtce-aM d %as a nai.nitk-r of
Fernandlna Iod.e., It P. O and
thli lodge intlructe.d the (;alin's ill.-
lioge to look alt, r the re'malns. which
tht'v did anrd attended In a body HIf
wta albo a nll llnt. orof the Kilghts
iof l*'.Mlth 1 !,i, k,',,a\ Il.,

I fit 11 h
6, de
SAL! T'-'.
"ifh !, vA ra


i i
- ___

- molom am m s rw.




White Mountain



Solid Oak


Also Agents for the


Cooper & McKee



Lined throughout

with Neptune lining,

the best non-conduc-

tor for heat or cold.






puhorw Pwtloums Laroed WhMo
Subda st AFi* St Somemum of
T .. onMeA -.

PrMm lSateday's Daly SeG :
That the d-eth of J. 0. LaPAtloee
wa pw y acclde l and aol suicide.
as was rt published by several p-
pen throeuhoat the country, was the
ladlig of the coroner's Jry. who
proou-ed I eed atc l death due
in mnomil pisoing.
His fads here disbeleved the
port from the bat ad the rea-
tvee had aa tavestlatiUom arted
whkh wti be heard tm within the
nest ev day a th pa0ty t ftm
here has et bes om m
with sie his arrival t the Natleal

advmand by tI new- apw r lpab-
ad beog furmilmed wvth infmenaid
that oetied this bs, withebbM
emmem n Ithe unto w 1We
rspraduce artlemted m The Wash
ienta Daly Taimes Aprl 14th
whkh wu mald tiw a by W.
H. DIr a former W e id
"a lwing a ubam perimed at
the und ak -*a ofime m
ITlmes W. indle Cener Novo,
this afemee gev a e artueae mat
accidtal death na the ase m J. 0.
LAPretNe, a titlo expert na the pr-
emry Serviee who was tond dead
yetrday n a a ath room at the Ro-
gmat mat-1.
"OCrmr Nevltt mai that tlhe a
toy revealed that death as de to
laphyxstomL with the charaterities
of carbon ooxoide polosulag.
"The body of Mr. lapotoee, who
had been Ia the Govern m t serve
salce January 22, will be shipped to
his hou1 e in Jacksonville. this


I Govomp, a. 0. "4Awmis a "

JOK A L. ApYri I 6.-Mrs. H.
MN. Adrewv hs retired to bewr howa
after ssPndl g Peverl days with her
parmto Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hatheoi.
Mr. and Mr. W. J. Hamilton of
N.wberry visited at Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. GriOffis's day.
W. J. Holt of Newberry visltd
lres amd relatives here nday.
Misses tea and Irene Miller u-er
shopping In Newberry Moaday m'rJn
O telt Wedneeay afteroom at
about 32:3 o'clock our church burned
down. It caught e the top from
tree. which had been Inited from
the buertin woods. It is our plan to
rebaIM Jus as oo a we can A
clored thrmer who was plowinl In a
mea-by Se saved two lamps and
a bMhe-everythtg else was burned
The t are badly seorced. but
om- of the will soom be all rigtK
agI. Only two or three were killed.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Watsom gave
a danoe lat PrMay eight.
Mr. and Mrs. Ltoyr Wter ar
emtetalates the tter's slater.
Mr. nd Mrs. Alb. Warde ave
moved to a plaem Jcar.oTvilla.
Mr. ad Mrs. mlth 6f Cadllte,
Mt., have re t d their home
after -dl the vwter with their
daughme Mrs WaF .

and Ca wuee-a Clark mstea se a
sml f eaeb ether bere the
,Wn aoIts. e the eye of t*
am pe sal wuod wemld be
med -n Thlhmassms.

am LAWS Oa lpA1MBA
meeb as 1L. CL G .

N m mOf low 0l 4 k Mu.m
fer aot

seda. P.0 u .f LLI
0-1i mi ul WY m 4
__nao bal" t mow asse as Lbsete o

AMJ d.r ofM W. Ia
peee -eeus s sane
ID Cleb CkeMf CeM"i lIust' a. I&.

...Civil E8Iswr r d Ser er..
PP apm tttmaoa to IIl btaseas. '
Oio., dis dor aersh a l 'oThrasher
oEM. P. kO. I OiGaneelle. PF..


m *IIUBlfllIZttr



- -

Dr. Sledd's Reignaion as Tonic or Stimulant?
AMm b U "-ma v1s bel- a o ab a
r M Up m dart ww WA Ow ail d a
President of University _ies rbyby dsm PJ
----dlh this ab a-le.bin a I*N,
job 1%0 fimam 'd *L mhm raA

Dr. Andrew 8ledd. h!, recently
tendered his resignation lrAeldent
oflthe 'Uniterlity of Fl.rt,:li. has mall-
ed a copy of the documi,.nt to The
San. with a request it t, pub
lashed. It is as follows:
"Gailnecvlle. Fla April % 1Wk9.
"The Honorable ioard of ',n.trl,
"Tallahassee. Florida.
"Gentlemen-I respectfully tender
you herewith my resignation as Preal.
dent of the 'nlversilty of the State of
Florida to take effect at the cose
of the present year. or at such other
tUe as you may prefer.
"I take this step mainly for the fol-
lowing reasons.
"1. I understand that the Board of
Control Is entrely subordinate to the
State Board of Educatlon, so that.
whlly you may (and do) desire to re-
taa my services for the State. you
are aot free to follow your own Judg-
meut hi the matter. I understand, al-
o, that a mJority of the tate Board
of Education, under the lnnefueno of
State Superlateodeut Holloway (whoe
hostlmty to me, and the causes for It,
and malfosatatlos of It are well
hkown to your board), Is unwilling to
ratify my election by you. The conse-
quenees of your unquallSed support of
my electoa uader the circumstances,
S Ia not proper for me to assum.
I must, therefore, tender my resigna-
tion. In order that you may have en-
tire liberty of action In the premises.
and be freed from any possible em-
barrassment on my account.
"1. As I understand the present
situation, is has a sinister political
history and signifcance. with the de-
tails of which your board is more or
less familiar. If my position is to
be regarded and dealt with as a poltl-
cial office. If my tenure of office is to
be dependent upon my acquiescence
In the application of political methods
to the administration of an education-
al enterprise, my past record and pre*-
ent attitude necessitate my resignsa
"3. So far as I am aware, the only
criticism made against me is that the
Institution does not have a. many stu-

Big Deal at Micanopy.
MICANOPY. April 17.--Our tonu
and community c Quite a nice little d(l-:t was con tlum-
mated here on the I.-th inst.. when
Mrf. A. 11. Einermon of Taconia to Mr. lawre'nce of I.diana, two huin-
dred acres of ch'i- latid. MAr I. .-*
r-nce. with a (colony. \ill t. ,.. i
the fall and will lro < *..iai. a
ualol]- aef l'>iit thi to th. ( r.iiil iii lt
J i. Sc .liiidi.-r & ('Co) o' "- N-"

have also bought extensively of our
farm l.andt recently and everything
forlxdces better times for Micanopy
:lrn. Emerson 1- ti be congratulated
on htr .arnt-st efforts to build up our
-section, and also In landing MIr. Law-

Let a want ad. negotiate a trade
for you--of something you don't need
for something you do.

rr- -mm_ A Aammmu AN

-p W- WWWW -- -W----W


The Sun md Merchuts' Ca-Op

Good for 100 V

or __-- -- -

Only (INE NEmainatiton14 ('OUL11l 1W
ally o rison. IBring or Imail to
Am AMAm AwImm


ertive Cutest


ill loe coulnted for
I The Stil l)fljCt&.

).u AMu AMuuz


iHl iM.e Anoim. DombywM LIb Aon I

Lively Debate in House on

Wall's Reiml

dents as the critics think It ought to
hae. I must absolutely repudiate
the number standard as the proper
test of the efficiency and success of
an Instittuon of learning. This Insti-
tution was established to provide a
reasonably high r lleglate education
for the young mea of the State. I
think I may venture to ray. with prop-
er modesty. that t Is accomplishing
this result. I may add. also. that It
ha more college students than an)
other Institution In the State. If It
Is demanded that number must bhe
secured without reference to their At-
ness for the work. or to the methods
adopted for securing them. I am cer-
tainly not the man for the place: ad
am unwilling to hold the position I
now hold under any such couadtloks.
"1 am only a cool man. I must
conduct an educational enterpre
alona lin of sound educational policy
as I understand it I cannot do more;
I will not de les.
"Ptally In presenting this reima-
tie, I desire to express a the Board
of Control y leere apprecatio
of yrnr kindae and courtesy toward
me. and of your cordial -pport Ls
the midst of may ad uausal adll-
cultes. I dealre, also. to make oe
iaal request; namely, that you give
to the public the full detalls of this
whole transaction. Yoa gestleme
have known me and my work latl
mately for four years. Yo know the
whole course of my administration.
and the whole series of events cutal-
natng in the present Satuation. Is
simple Justice to myself and my re-
ord. as well as in the larger nater-
eats of the 8tate of which we are the
common servants. I urge you to give
all the facts to the public, which is
entitled to know exactly bow we have
administered our public trusts. Such
action on your part would be a crown-
Ing service to the cause of political
decency and sound educational policy
in the State; and I urge upon you.
as my final recommendation, that you
make all the facts known to all the
ipe'ole. Reiipetfully,

Re,. U I" le gqs aiWm N*
a at eat maObeL
The Adent Clis mb la gM
basi eere. a feival melome
Meadfay ar at T1:i
Thl@"Is IN rbemudmer A.
feet somerisen of ftv. a.M. owes%,
wi r --~-bime sv t m -
li MIaenus l ew T"
and COasetlet bt w# at DotI
trkL. lorM. Rv. w et Is a mo-
evaMglist halvim smle "
heurh b orna tlts He is a mI -
IatoMIly mtetttIag meaer Yi I
uttmeawa esmodu hi me oe
Isuch a maerasI u t ao wetl
upo all C IabrtsM ad their
HIs urteem sam d. a M
.... m u n eJumu nee

Oe Ioof a# whe heow hi m
bursement Bill -"-"
e idinl- *n e-W afe
ne, inite n to i lS-I ~*
the Houe and reftened to he Jlu- y Mi lenep m pL wI
elary Commlttee, whih reported sa wN be aa- ed es ft w
favorably upon the measure. .
Quite csaHabl was th halp-p ANsdIsofa
n oppeoatin to the i bl e the law e W*as d ~to i
members of tm Hese. whoheld that a
althenagh the passage ofthe lW wmeI"dM olatm49f "a M
ae et a their prse er h as mei mw ~r-
a ther. they emuam a eof nt t --- .
ed by no measuIe N 0 prees tome"Ihave benatl
at ier m. tpea te enasg of thM
uftavW" ulbreport atife s *U0e A Te8 hst biB bi -Sw
mie" was tbIds o haveO esagLe W
t ne am e as- a prihaMs
maaas 18st. m n .
Mr. Chaimr a ofLyasef eS en
ame I'me t Io the ~s t tha m the WilWN U U 1 1104
sa0l aet apply st aym persem vs V. a- IW 1M
ha sa end edlv rttb t af ams A at esM UsW 910
agala -the party deleami. Uo 1 8he S V. T .al a-Mf mtUo
prevailed. UaI mha we_ e g a1PM
Motione to bndela d pauses the oap Mo I1 ~W1
tir upoe the bill wns lost bt a vOe bhel M ~ S 1 .1, t e
of U3 toI 116 S4th.
Mr. Rebersen a luwonfe thealn N b & .t WAI
offered as amendment themt te pro aloe elseatd as a l e I -
posed law apply omly b ire t oe at eap to be aesat a
ases. This motion was es. Ott.r wI wry -* nd ft
The hi now ses to the e s ameesg ws ob prmelsW be a wS
lug Committee ad wil praOehay be ~ a ks Gl Wthdramw.. bd of Usura,
Mr. Robersoa of Sqwa mse asked I weeli Ne e 1,111e
privilegeto withdraw re-onai ne eeo 0 to a at b y is&n my
ed on previous day ainvtig Dr. Aln. appreetia 1*f the 0 lon I
drew Sedd to address Homeus roed oeI en them img ii
Those who eered amedmets mahe of m O
were will and the ruest was est br t asi tisf = I
withdraws. Mr. Roberse stayed wish to thnk eah *~ SS O
that be now feared the reamiU ma MY old. whte "rW IOt0 If
cause emberraemet should It be a Sw fther imal pg St "P
adopted. With dmeepet gratude sad amani
that It wi ever be emeaIIrd.
In the rush of other matter, t he MaT
islature should not forget the proste DOR ULLE
tion due the Plrida forests. The
time to protect the timber Interests I Yefh g e a W I
Is while there is timber to protect. It i Iadvtl1s8 Is b o"




AmCoMULE, Fu. ML un88L M L
18 to Ut M. Lara M 8 8. LM 5 S.

XrikES ryl"I1











Quarts .............................
Quart ................ ............
Quarts ......****..................


b 's Cddie
"Greeon Ribbon"
Tlw Wliikey that Made I's Framou
4 Full Quarts ............................. .
I Full Quarts .......................... OM
12 Full Quarts .... .. .. .. ... O
Is the hbihta-t class pure medicinal whiskey on the
market at Irc a quart.

mI's Fam
Race Kiing Rye
We will se-d e)* Fpfr.s Paid
4 Full Quarts ............................. 0 4 0
SPFull Ouarts ............................ 7.75
12 Full Quarts .. .... ... .. ... 11.00
It is | *eri ,r ih -.vry say to hundr.eda of brauds
uf it)e that )uu s111 be asked to pay Il :o
a quart for.


Ih.-- W

A WhiskeyV Yr ow W Net MNesMa
4 PUll Omrts ............................ $6
SPFull Ouers ............................. *M
12 Full Qmuar ............................. 1m.

Private *Stock Cornt
4 Full Quarts aseere..................... M
a Pull arto ..............................
18 Pull Quar .................... ....... .. s
This whisay has o -equl tw q- tmy.
ad -im.

Glendale Malt
4 Full Quarts...................... .........
SPFull Quarts .........................L S1
1 Pull Quarts ............ ... ...... .. .. .
It is pure. mature aNd melw.


T iska O me I on way I w- wtat sit Do[ i m I r At *fi -If 111- 1 'p rv ..,i
wiuj thr 40 ttwt. \41T .00d)-. MA I

%%', I.A to*.i. o. I ,a.-ifw- *.r.'o n lii, whIr. i t" tge- o-,fls ias-r, iiu wv i~ts .ati.'fai1c,, of J(.3ornniney is nvtune
. i, re # -1 ha? t, rii,- aMn -tri'tly a-h..a r vrx r *,wi r utI ol f or a uti yItarmittslV Ier coap mto wall
* r.b.-r ..taI A"o I lw ot ,ia ro,1-o u A H I l ri.l l -a. ;l "lli t -t o la lu f iV.'l. 4 I IA UIS [uW W IO Ot r- O
t i-I lzO.J1 1- All irlier.
JA('K-IN> \ ILLY, FI]A TI..- lqis.~e- .J -'...' Wii (I ATIANOWIA TUNI
I ?iI Laird ?. 4\l' V40U li b i l tli-l To N\ I'.Ai 14)-TTl I'I's 31 t. JhA a I

1 W ft"&f&% &#%W 0- 00 *. & bVAIW b o-0S

Want to Sell You

posain that la all proesetona a
criminal asea n the State courts, the
complainant or the peroa njred
hall, as In dlvl aetkios, where on-
victUos are efted, reaolve dam-s
as retbarmramat for Iljury astan-
ed. a bill whie was atrodause by
Mr. Wall Braf Ord reate a ma.
a ated mI s.lo Ina tme lower brach
of the La-slature yesterday mr
The bill wides that in al praeo
eutls of criminal ear Is Sin
eeat for laremy, beft, reasi
ad enterlar, o.obta ing me- y by
falae or fraadulent pames ar for
onee of liMke shmw ter, where
property is a permanent loss to te
owner, It all be the duty of the
trial judge to amit .testimey as to
the true astureofe all such pperty
or meiy of which the owaer has
been permanently deprived aad the
Jury upon readerag a verdict a
sulty against the defendaat adaO
state lan suc ladiag the tree vale
of the property last; that the Jdge
shall give a eertilate to the Injured
person, showing the amount of dam-
age., the certllcate to be paid by the
officer collecting the lne Imposed.
If sentence is imposed, the county
commissioners shall pay the eeytl-
cate out of the fne and forfeiture
fund of the county, but If the convict-
ed person be a State convict, the State
Comptroller shall pay the certlicate
out of the funds derived from the
hire of State convicts, provided that
no certlacate shall be paid unless
sentence is suflclently long to com-
pensate the State for the coats of the
trial and conviction.
A measure of this character has
been before the Lexgislature for the
Iart several sessions. The Wall bill
was Introduced several days ago in



B P w W OPMW-W W wm







V) aw 6 U"I~s

uir SwWW IneeM

SGet wen

WI ca I i wish ato bt rW d te
ar- oawis to be Adrid ofae pidnd



i "~-- ab ~ed Oft Lwbe
tm aIL-4dw

a wm m hir
*~a ~ oom&

FbS m to. 9LNuhs.

saim ad cow

1 sowenrd

- I"' S .r
~ ~ N. to do ft

a* NNW

I- S.

041 lo

k ow

g|uMlfH^H|MFLkkB *^-*k )L *
TK^"^BBI-"^'^B^1"^^1 ^-^

s ie .

myamd -Ji akIyw .
W.d bthm tr ah

SMoa eajrs tes aw sI tke
agagageI It be hwur-

Sal e gi t oer adr rea ao

a g o I s I a t o w o wu O WV a ft

.W .. o w- bst b- I- evr w
no two % hmek Weag m hem"

04AMas U ,suTrDO
h ntbadI le bin trv y i.

ei ag bo heer of the ber
-gag agrs in t0 so" ish em
Davs &4 afew low$sbe also lieamr
we" abso mse toe ma to edh i-



"wrbymmb as oa m -

Davs & Oliver

al et om he st Coast, was

L erd invetige nay get the rht remedy To i weu a
Mr. Carter of Aet he as chairman. l. Th re t medicine, for om asr b
rO dthe I vetiltiom of the (mw- Ir or credthounndm of ladie, ufering
itee" by th Lelanture 4 l :U- to "GO from some female trouble.
ozaIlathe a iarA of f tle In!ernal Itn;
proaesM t Board from Its Inc itlion ii
15 t t the preset day. The r- vor
is quite volumnos and Mr ('Ca r'
lmed tUt a co e ns ration ref the re
part be made a special order of bu' .
es ar 1 a. m. Tuesday. On ac
a of the Ptatement that certiall
members would t be preMent durian mFor wo-s m n
the sesiaom of ctbrts at hone. Mr *Or W O I 8 s
MaMemdIFoWe moved to aod h.l
Ara matlals. making a ooatideratsonm I m d F ri, AAl uAfed q fr @M
of t report a se- order for11 a. ya Bad h Itr abt Ctu w :
. Pra. a ri s. CIarr M. wIn ysm with female trouble. Every moth I wold wry rfy
.*- *w** MN t or diS wlst myhe andm bk. I took 1 bottle of Orduai al we
IrlC ---frmra 4111r m i a od m to rnfhig w -- Tq IL

an emie ft dthe bitoree t the
sall nllI a pI tn. #I r Pad

MU M Nas 114, W Dfte o:

"M a s th anan"" madw
*00 the bImewl1-:_
SNa. 4. by C~arr o Allm- TALLAHA ER. AprMl 1.-Whe- reading and passage. Adopted. Bill
nM M I t.r ~%hm-'g baea large tracts H are sol In t passed.
13t --i 3ttoJ e tat va ftlt b te Stat public notee will Senate Bill No. 10. by Johnston
Sread. We- Vt t. Ctommt- e e haveto be gives auder the provisloes ProMnltsg e inasrance compaales
owne- i ea f th bill by Mr. lea of the Sev dotng besness In this State, In the ab-
S laNI. Craur Al sm eatooUt. pa aed by the Senate uder a ee seee aof fraud. mlsrepresentaton or
pi -pseMW r la gur y aof pas-on dof th rues yesterday. It Ib deceit upon the part of the party I-
Mr. O-i hrse was an prowt p eldeM that the biill wll be passed nsur, from ettlng up a defense
d4b f w I pse m n eaia mua h by t House ad iged by the Oov- against the payment of a policy. lack
m eat bw. Ml to take ma ar mer. of title In the party Insuring. Favor-
sm G e. uti.e Pures ed able report from Judiciary B. On
X& T. tr Cr tr of Aiobm Tweay-eht repoadod to roll ael calendar to third reading.
- n maa of i sa o1matis wh en the -- Sat w called to order Senate Bill No. 30. McCreary-Re-
e -oaM la s a l Mwr. M. at s o'loek. tngt to -try on ectoWee to hunt
C1tr eM -t sAt Ibw only iew bils as 1eows: or ash. Unavorable report by a
-as- t a iar tha t his No 119. -PF vding for lMeew. lary. Mr. Com moved Indeaaate
wi n e I seem ledeone a isae-IHn af p-h To orgmalansed poatpoamoat Mr. MeCreary obect
It M hVay. -I 1r1l81 ate nr- b r eommittte. L ed. lalag that it ahoua mI t be me-
a hr JulNd mm e 1 -1 Ne. 1 t. H-.-s- s- lantg t ead-O reesary to post premises any more
es meal e ard of tt- seed meal. To pubtlc than to post a pers bome. Mr
bea h committee. Saen endorsed the stand of Mr. Me.
1 VW Ol ea a heo- No. 12, McMalleH- elatl to Creary. Mr. West took the sam
Sn Ml a r s dr a wsevr his rights of waiver. tand. Mr. Baker of the Tweateth
arwtag wor maee Whn war w No. 126. ls-emal y o dr kesm- objected to postponement. Chairman
de- ed bvess the Unted States es. .'one of the committee claimed the
id Na. Laeotde ee asked me If I No. 127. Johasom-R-eglatla l dis- resent statutes are suffiient and
ona kM a H sii opes for him plng t personal property. that the proposed bill was too strin.-
1i be Joned the ary. and I tol Joint Resolution 12,. Harris-Pro ent
Sy that if e pa trote posing anttutional amendment re- Mr Miller of the ourteenth aild
o--gh to oMat I oMld have a po- lating to establishlng of courts. that under the proposed law persons
ta ao him when be was mustered No. 129. Relatin to recovery of could use it for spite if they wished.
ma of service. He enlisted at Tampa. claims against common carriers. He belleved that It would cause inno-
bt whe be learned that his coimpa) .Senate Iill No. 6. b) Sloan-Pro- cent petrtoi to suffer. though he ex-
would at be set to Cuba. he Ured ading that no judgment shall be re I'res.ed th'e ti-lhf that Mr M('reary's
of life as a solder and, through the versed by an aiiellate court, except intentioinsi ire of the hbet. Messrs
forts of Senator Mallory. obtained for reasons aff-ctill the merits of the I.a"toi. am.%anH and Mcldd oleox.-ed
his dllharge. He returned to work action. n fa'orablel r*.eort Mr. he, 1illm ad Mr. Heard after looking
with The S for a whie, afterwards (,i mo uad ul.'nllte Ioti),lIoement. Wrugh htatuti.. hol(ed the lall
oaing to Havana as special corre- Motion carried wouldn't be lostipoed. Mr McC'rar
spoodent of a New York pal ir. und Senate. ItII No s. by 8 ean. re.quir- moved to reomnmit bill (t, coalniitt,'e-
later became one of tne editors of la that public notice hall et iysenl Motiona adopted
rhe Havana laily Post. 1ie remained when any of the public lands of the Senator Cotne lpremn.ted re.olrt of
in Cuba for two years or more. when State are to be sold in larKge tracts I iIv.netigating coairi(llll .tion
be &ain accepted the oitilou as one Favorable report On calendar to Adjoullrtnlnt w ns then tak.l ultil
of the edtors of my paper. remaining third reading Mr. Harritp mo\ed third lo o'clIc k ThurMlda
with me util he was offered ad ac-
eepted the position of city editor of and his death is alumot as if wife and Notice f Election.
The Tamee-t'ion. whchb position h. I had lost oe of our own children Notice i hereby tIlen that an t elc-
lled with credit I was conid..raly lie w a devoted husband lo LIK soI thion will be held at Mlicaopy. In SHI-
orcupled with politics durLuK John iand brother and I feel hi. death keen cial Tax 8ub-Road Ih.trirt NumbrrOne.
le'' asmoc atio with me. ad he wa. ,er than ally but his dear wife. and on Tuesday. May Itth. A I) 1. to
my 'bed amnager' In the strenuous bhlod relatiotun canl ip-Itbly feI.l It determine who shall be Road Truste'eu
campaign of aine years ago. whe. a Mr laionutla.e wa' holding a re for the fAscl .esars l} and IIhlo and
.etermlind eort was made to defeat Sipoibl' poIultiol il the Ik'lIartlllt'li the rate of mullage to t' collected for
me for reelection lHe remained Il of Fre'str. at W'-hleet atb at Ilh tle the" ab e nttioled .'tars. 0. L.
the saddle' for m from the olpenin of bhi death FeLastr. 8. II Mc('olluum and Thbo.
unUil the closing of the capaln ..... Mc('trdle are hereby appointed in-
and to hi I was largel) Ludebted tor One-oQarter f a Peund a Week
hlwgtorr for the abue election
myl ees aIn of the hardet- At leat Is what a young baby oulht Iautle b> urde.r of thie loard of Coun-
fought Illtical battle e\cr expert to pin Ln wellht Does yours If If y Comsuis.i.-ra. Alachun county
e.nced in a eulty nla this State ie not thers. porn.thit r.... Ilorlda. thi. rth day of Aprll A. D
reju ied la my success as much as I digestionu Ghle it McGee's Baby I.,. JOHN G DiAMPIER.
did myself A riret mau)y peronm Ellmxr Cures stomach and bowel h
thought Ojeeral Ollchrist had made truubleh. aids dil.tilon tiuJl fretful-e- airan
a alstakle in IL placl L~Fonle'e lu nes. good for teethling baIhls Prt I th- ce('l.rk. Attest:
charge of his campalun for Go .ernor ?ic and &Uc Sold by \' M Johnbon d H |WIENGUS

last )oar but I knew frun last
experience that Glichbrit had not .lad. l ea-t Pal It ..a t h .hlhell u 'ar Emient Authriteti Sy
a mlislke He made hundreds d f o f toluatll*t a d. The lrli TLat outdoor exercise is Deeded by
all round asl ua erag, $ ( cr-t,. An
ole.s for Glkhbrist In Alachua count) a th American people That's all very
aCre srr ld ifromn **< uo .*"' irt .
and. to a)> surprise eveu n uccreded m eldfrm ,well, but how can people with rheuma-
in carry lg the county for hi li tthe Utism follow that advice? The answer
in carroDrg the county for him Ion the
S prmrDurl theted by ta er) Foley ou Kidney very simple us BaWtrd's Snow
-'Johnale' LaFoatiee was k ed Re eSdy b it furakbes a needed toile Utniment and the rheuatism will go.
upos as se of our famUy by my wife t e kidneys after the a tran d talo ka ilul you u spry a a colt. Olte
aid I. avlag lived with us most of to h kir, and Ie t er the etblood ato quick sad perma nt relief trol
te tie be wau I my employ He o wlmnater, and I p the bloo frt. t ralta. sa buck
used to aarn my Utte girl and bouy y.ale ldaey ry Lparti ew old by W M Joase.
Ua e wTuld owd bio at a limwe l eW. i ad vir lawaa t to take J.
(Tr They loved h asa broto.hW. KOCeluM 1 0 A r AC a5 1wa-- I

- DENTl'iT-

Graham uihNagl. Eaa Main Street i.
Il1 Phoae II. Ale Dletoae


TOWO. W. u.1cOr


Practice la

all Court.s

State sa"

Oler Gs O eer Gi-%lleNational
Itank. UAlhe.-aIIe lorida.


Ov haeOw bOwhM4.

mISO# co

Imdo,*". *S I MLYoUU a &"o

I _

M ow masrm

Noetie Ito reby given that *adW
aad by virL- of a decree of for.cloa
re of mortgage made sad rePnder.
by th Hog. J. T. Wllte. Judge of t
Cimrci Court. I)lhtb Judicial Circutt
of Florida. In and for Alahua county
it Chaucery. on the 23rd day ;o
March. 1I9". in a certalU caupe therila
1endIln wnerein r. A. ay in com.
plainant and George White and his
wifitemma Vbte. are defeidanti,. t.
the umdersigned. an Speclal Mastrr is
( hanc-ry. sill ,ell a*t public outcry
to the highest and htwt hlddr for
ca.h. etfor~. tne Court Iloupe dor la
the ('itv of (;GilinllI'i lV~i iJ,. on
onuidA., th. ::rd day of Ma.. i'im.
lbt<-..n the. legal bIur( ofr Pal.* the
Iolik~ liiK .l,.'rll-dl la>nd. sitiiu:. )h.
Io and bting in Alachua c('mt.~\t 'lor.
Ila. to) lIt:
The .Nrth .-tt qIliiart er of the S.)';th.
reatt quart r nlld the 1-'e ha;lf of the
Southwe*stt quarter of 8'ftin, FVour.
teen 141. and the Northeaait quarter
of Norlhwett quarter of Settin
Twenity-thre (231. all In Totii-hlp
vren (1. South Hrantil Klalite.
(lnt FEat. contalinil I160 acres Iore
or Ies.
Together with all and linIglar the
telemel ts. hereditaments and aprur.
tenances to the samw belong a! or is
uaywise appertainlng. Said irouerty
to be sold to satls fy sid dec -re a
costs. Terms. cash.
Special Master In Chancery.
Solicitor for Complainant.
Under and by virtue of an execs.
tion issued oat of the Circuit Court.
of the iftb Judicial Circuit of Florida.
In and for Marion county. In a cae
there pending. wherein Richard Me-
Comathy is plaintiff and F. A. Teaglu
ad 8. W. Teague are defendants, and
direct to all and every the Sherlft
of the tate ofa orida. I have levied
upon and wll sell before the court
bouae door aI the City of Gainesvlle,
Alachua county. Florida. on Monday.
te &I day of May. A. D. 1N9. being
a legal aae day. between the legal
hoars of sale. the following desrLbed
property towit: The North Half of
the SgothCat Quarter of Section Four
(41, Tewahlp TM (10). South of
Ran-m Seveteeo (17) sat. In Alach
ua county. Florida levied upon and
to be oMd as the property of the de
feudat. W. Teage. to satisfy and
pay mad eM cutom.
At Galaevlle. Florida this 30th day
of March. A. D. INI.
Skrlff of Alachs County. lorida.
la UMCk-tO-rkN.&G ynjl Cltr-
s she om ee o L. P Judiela caMeLs.
Alea l 88es00. --Ns Chaeery--
.'% Dus eLo. Oa~rwtas Ean'im
Usier Dag be VIr .* the LAs .. tie
uts off Vi0a. Ban eemTI 3It Psriaea
praw at Id ist *%- 4 of Giels--
ws. Alebaso 0sar. F owas. vt J bk-
h rI edIl LwTas-M ueur Des Moat-
Pses fia-seiwM.
It appoi t minois assied to the W
ai a O t ave "^'d rsm tat Laures
KetHr Dl. ms e Ue adeb ..eta thhr
emE. h s a seedme of tUa SOtte or Forl-
a.l a b a wefiet ofr t Cni of SaesaLk
remse of Ctsham. oas Ueo 1ctLo that
are is"e asparwa. etI se % f Foilda ue
nvise of a sb sota wUO m SouMA ud
Mf 61teia *to %( tat noU efeaaut t is
ver the aed of tses ay Rse ise n is
Mhrefore orweed that wM al moreaw t
deflelat he mad ae o herebby rsqu rd
awper to a eUlI or comwp'at le to sad
crnm as or before Moanar. a t d a7 of
MaY. A. D. ia. Otherwise he atll*ga
torn of a bl w ll be tLaesm a ea itd by
sale defendast.
It L uaribt roered that ibia order th rub-
lhed oace a week fu fr trt cu.wcutlie
we*ks Is Tbe .alseaUlc Hub. a nDwsAer
putblbd Iln ** e county aand Stte.
Thi MarUb rih. S.I
H. W;iN(;Y..* Clerk (reu' Court.
Hi U. S CUL\L%. U C
A iru 2',N. of rtgineal.
IHeail b H. WIt `-..k (erk C('ircut eur
W. S UWMJMV Sur'r tur Coul B





befedis Iself Before Houe of Repestatives

Reltive to Alexamer Ressti

TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. April IS.-- aleep on that day of election you
Asserting that he is to may succeed in achieving It."
the people of the Second Flr:rida I)is- Claiming that tne Southern white
trLct and not to the 8tat. I ,lagll primary settles the matter natlrfac-
ture. Congressman Frank Clark op- torlly and that direct election of
posed the resolution by Re-presenta- I united states Senators would oon
tive Alexander of Volusia. denouncing glve the big Northern States enough
him for alleged utterances made on power to enlarge their representation
the foor of Congress. in a two- and pass a force bill through the Sen-
hours' speech before the Florida ate. he attacked this Bryantstic prin-

House of Representatives last night.
The hall was crowded to the doors
and the speaker won frequent ap-
plause. for even his political enemles
concede his ability as a speaker.
The resolutions were not acted upon.
as they are set for a special order for
April 27th.
Congresman Clark quoted his at-
terances from The Congressional Rec-
ord and claimed that he didn't attack
Champ Clark or say that the Florida
Agislature atnrcted him to speak
kgalast Bryan. He reiterated ais at-
tacks upon Brya. designating him
as 'that Nebraska Populist" He
brouat many arguments to bear
agalatt the Democratic leader and
claimed that he is already a propect-
ive leader for 1912.
He claimed that he had done more
work for the cause of the party dur-
lag the campaigns while Bryan was
the standard-bearet than all the back-
ers of the resolutions put together.
"Yes, I11 work for him again If
he is nominated by the party In 112,"
he said in reply to a question.The
people of the louth In '72 had to hold
their noses and vote for Horace
Before continuing his discussion of
Bryan the Conressman laid his ny-
tpects to Representative Alexander
of Voluila. who introduced the reso-
lutions. lie stated that because of
the retiolut)ous be has decided to
stand for re-election and challenge
Alexander and anly others to run
againt-t him before the ip-ople of the
Second ditrict
"No oself-reci'pcting white Demnocrat
in the South canl st(aid for the- further
effort of this man to reach thel I're -i-
do'nei 'henii he l li ,,*ph. in the (;o %-
o'rilllll' t otni. r-hitJ of railroail-.," ?.aid
o, uan ('lark. tid r vthi. h-
('laiiin d niire ro ,.- would linold all | I-i-
tio ns on the railroad- a. thI i h,%n
hold thtun in the free r. -.i

"lIo ou alunt thit v0 '*tr") rl ;if a
fair- If .,, fillw the Io Vd ,f he.
i'o nl li.-ti" N. |rt,-kan. and f t' .
s-il.'- bu.ii i ntere- i r ,-t of tO i- < t in
try can v% -r he- lfirofor: i

clple. He clatmed Bryan to be re
sponsible for the Denver platform
provision for free tariff on lmber
and charged his leadership with bein
responsible for the nroads of the Re-
publican party Into the od old
Democratic State. If Brya is re
nominated Georgia will go Republi-
can. as will other Southern States. he
In concluding a summary of the
advance made by Republicans l I
curing power Ia Democratle States
be concluded: "There ae some of the
fruits of Bryanlm, and as tor me I
stand unalterably opposed to a coa
ttnuaace of the suicidal po cy of look-
tag to the Nebraskan for political
He retracted nothing whih he ad-
matted having aid and expressed lt-
tle care a what disposition the Legls%
nature may make of the reolutona
as he considered himself answerable
only to the people of his district.
Followlag Mr. Clark's speech Mr.
Alexander moved that the 'eeolution
be read, following which he moved
that the resoluUon be considered.
Mr. Malome. Monroe. moved to In-
definitely postpone action upon the
Mr. Alexander moved to lay the
Malone motion upon the table.
This precipitated a harmless col-
loqu.n between Malone and Alexander.
during which Mr. Calkins of Nassau
ar; se ulon pcwrional privilege, "I ob-
ject to the motion being taken up."
!,,# iid.
The resolution has been made a
,li'cial order for the 27th inst.: and
,'ider rild' 2f, a unaninmous consent
jf the House' would bew required In
order to take up the resolution out
of order.
Mr ,Robertson of Suwannee moved
that the' resolution b considered now.
TTh ('Chair ruled in favor of Mr.
,'.:lkii i motion that It would require
a unaiiiIIous con-ii',t to take, up the
re-ollut ii nol
At thli jniie'lire. .Mr.\W lliani,
of St John.- un;i*l ia notion to ad-
)ourned uhtil 1~ 1)'c iing which pI, r aihl-d
'Th.r'- goingI to t e another nian
in ('longr'c.#e from the Second di-
trict after tnext electlon." was Repre-
*n.'ltatjfj Ale'aiider's only comment
:illItr the. ntee-tiing adjourned.

A Knocker
Is a man who can't see good in any
person or thing It's a hait caused
by a disordered liver. If you find that
ytu are be,.nnlng to see thingX
through blue b;t (tuclv., triat )our hv
*r to a good clean cut process ith
Ballard's Hlerblne. A sure cure for
constipation. dyspepeia. Indigestion.
biliousness, all liver, stomach and
bowel troubles. Sold by W. M. John-



C('Ol'MliA H (.' Aipril 1.' Gen-
Mledtirw (;alblralth Iutller of dlge
field on- of lthe* lat of the ('ofed'A c l'r g.ic'n ral- died last niisht
at 11 'I t I i. i k at a lIm al infilruary
l'Ir uiii l.. I r of w, e'k.- (tli Itutler
h. 1i. i ill amiIld h.t- Ibe n ii graduall'
g t#'r ii#: we. r iidl fur fe \eTal i.o
1ti.- .. 1 i11 ki1,o ln IL.i t thi ild sa
In. .ar
A Healing Salve for Burns, Chapped
Hand* and Sore Nipplea.
Ai a h ictlin, uslal for tIurut scores,
sir, I J-i'1 s d a ha|.'e-ed 1ha u1 ChAau
I,, rla j a s8l41 In lijo t ek- *. llt It
allla) tLhe paIj a of a burn almost i-
Istalut) and unless the Lnjury is tery
severe heals the parts without leat.
tla a scar Price. 4 Oac ts ru sal
L> au seratse

cm mm vs


Have Seen Shipping fr the Pat Two
Waeks and the Demand
Is GedL

Already growers of the Waldo and
Orange Heights section have coa-
menced the shipping of sweet potato
"draws" and are receiving he price
for them.
Friday we were shown a check for
something over $100 n payma t for
one small order and the grower sated
that It was about the fourth of tht
kind that he had received so far the
seasma. besides numerous small uan-
titUe that would not reah thi
Pr the past few years there has
been a great deal of meme made t
this manner and it ha new become
a regular bsines.. among a certain
number of former, living the et-
em part of the county. origeally be-
lg started by T. Ka odbey. o Wal-
The obtained fr theasoe sdraws

unless the ord is for an etr lrm,
shipmlaet and iB aMaB -quanties is
eve greater, whit soews that good
mme, i kto be made om the ates r-.
It is stated that there were is the
eghbrhaeed of 10 0 -shels-" of
sweet potatoes pleaded I h s man-
ner In that seetm'S r the market

Mllma's Sawmldl NearFla CempItleMia.

WALDO. April 1l.-0. B. Weeks ha
moved into the new Ambrose cattage.
which is a very pretty and eoay home
near the Waldo House. He has na-
stalled his own gas lights.
D. Wymer of Pemandlna visited his
sister, Mrs. Judge Kennard, and other
relatives last week. He knew Waldo
when It was flrst settled and pointed
out where the frst log house stood.
Nathan P. Cauthen. Injured by a
kidder seven weeks ago. and who
hai b-een in Ht. Luke's Hospital since,
was brought home Monday and will
be laid up yet some time. He suffer-
ed the fracture of a thigh bone.
Our town is scoured again with a
merryt-o-round. Sone are seen rid-
Ing who oue their nickles in stores.
Millican's sawmill is nearing com-
ipletion, but will not run full time un-
til Iprice' are more encouraging.
T. K. Godbey shiblpping potato
plants to other States that can't get
themii so e'arl.
Charley Strickland has a position
in the store of W. D. Finlayson &


Vhen the ood i pure ad hlbty te skl be m, emMb
and frhe am all erupions or d ner, but when the ciredMlim be
incwted wih ny unheafhy hnor the eMlct iu m by rwplee,
pies, boil or oee morre deAlitely marked imta d"ordr, m WA
ACne, Teter, Psoriml Sak Rhem. c.
Humonr get Ino at btood, us ay beae of an Imar or r&.
gi condi on of thoememers w duty It i l o an w
off the wwe maer md wA e oft e swem. Ths mse
mner b left to omer d lbome aNd Iberbd imb ts sedo
dtme nw dr li o beoo W w an ari uItu ur.......
The btood then inwdho [p*brmimg mrd yMg
the e knres dh-u-isIN I mr and prusr g I uN rsb
so ess pliy ;l an. he lduw -_ _
am, i proe; aid d-seUS o 1

"Mirt o l .dd dmm ew m 5d5--35S

to, "---5 r
de9m nua and O bes widnUt&

a. p. s. id amn d erm em a ----- ''
Srupdokn or dkmB.

mm be acd s-es koind hud o
orw in t heblood. Hndithe

wo any rai m urn e n*

eof *As AdId Aah

kdw ow, and dbm ma MUMS

aukduMea rtdbmle where
wrr ed Is b d, nd ad

It orhl and dmuas 1 N lk s6 h d imbf

we* odN WoK and -uru =ans

& & &. Ad"a*b of rama ft hebs, a f

m uIpu1

0 0 4 .~7als =p#

"ofort is mw *"

&. S. cutes Poison Oak, Poton Ivy, Noi- 'ZZ' e9
troubles due to a humor-lden blood. Book inSr DI em a
medical advice frc o 5a who wrte. S.SS. t rilb d
stores. at swil hor qy lWOe ir .


Elect G. K. Broeme Chairman of
Board for the Term.
rom riday's Dally ea:
At the initial meeting of (he
council last niaht, O. K. Broome

Co. chosen as chairman to preside
Mrs John Rolliun continues very Ill the body for the ensuing term.
TheI toa n council met Monday has several times filed this posl
niKght and routine busilnesse was at amid for many years ha prove
t,.sded to. Mayor IhuanL nade a verb-t faithful and earest worker in

al report which was encouraging.
domne fines had been Imposed and
onlie cleanling up of the town.
Mrs Jewl T Weeks was improving
at last accountR. but has been very
Mlws Emma Entenla is attending a

xby). nynu, as trained nurse.
Vegetables and strawberries are
Albert Atwater s on cruchee oa the
Rev. T L. Z Harr preached an ex-
cellent Easter sermon Sunday. The
cnoir rendered appropriate mulc and
the church was elaborately decorated
with ferns and cut Bowers. At night
the Epwortb League rendered an in-
teresting program led by Miss Poole
Readings and special songm and an ad-
dre-s by the Irstor were features of
the ezerclies
4' M 1-ll has rented part of
A 1. Knlg a residence and has nau ed
iI MrSl I1411 Is thus at her foruirr
ho 4 Agalin Ml-n Julia KIIsl Is

Mlr (;.o I' Morrl- of (altir.l- ille
-1 nt h-%evral da' av Ititing re-lji% #
th,'. last wee*-k
Mir V ; Fritts. Onoit N Y
Srit.s- "Sly litlue girl v., graratl)
wre1ifl'*-d ,by taking rVoley's O)rino
I.aIatie, and I think It is the tb-st
retwe-d) for unistilation and liter
trouble" Fule) Iorito laxative is
best for women and children, as it
is mild. pleasant and eR etive., aJ as
a splendid spring medic le. as if
cl"easns the system and clear the
complexMao J W McCoUum A Co.

city's half.
With the canvassing of the ret'
of Tu*eday's election the old cou
completed their labors and passed
of existence.

The Great Council of Plorida Red
Men held at Miami was a great su-
ces. The next general meetyig goe
to Palatka next yoar.
110 "Wi"s raim


Do You ]

Deresy's Froas ".
W. Dorsey s the pemer r Er
the some cats which hea witM
tails. He tates that he
e.ea many frea I o m uae. bta M
new Is the fir t time that he has uN
was a freak In the lshae o kateLaM aI
over the absence of the -Il gb tag
He easot be aceoiuted r. Wher
ItUi the new variety of sate W tLrW
s a ad continue to breed lI t h a--r
th be will ot foreeaat. bt be b at
Io tha ammals a n i a w N $e
erau ar n ralsag them.




Do Any? I

If not, why not start ap acoollt with us now? The
Federal Banking lIaw inlake every stockholder of
thlis lankl liale to its delipositors for twice the amount
of Stl.k owned. Add to this the Illandgilemnt of
affair ly our eftli'ielt officers an4d director. also the
regular inclpel'tini lby the National BHank Examiner,
ald you cula fe.I-l tt'ure ill placing your account with
this anlk.

WIht lerdo twepy p 4 w mt Aeersen"uapm
IOesiu"u=---- -

The Fist btidml h W d Abdu


It will soonI bet time to

US(A' 01e.

It 6i tille NOW to
buy one.


Is tile owt % itlihoit


till( o(d~o.

I tlilgsri ,*.lr -
ket.pi,- icce Ioiigr.

It is a pleapuret to
show them



i it



13 AUU Wt, RI: A?3L W IM

; lpl -r ^^^e

rii. ..M ,, r


sawIrab m


~~~.~ r -
Sam pow d Splb
ad-.AL .ohr m
-&ILbW. COW&

4~ Uee.. sad while he---
U.- sbor. uW1 hemo"

" ~- Lb.- *' hem--
U.~~~ NV Va rtiS 0 heV r6
a I Vsswor WHO M" m u
4'. W eheeb..suadftbsps
IL No" a# ubm ~ff am is

Op dW 60 im e ,was=th M ad
Mm m b. Merim. s"ll"iIke ds

-bear beRWase.NCb,

-IF1 ILa sLb (Mime viii .e',
ftN heLe& ftem nat 0" k. 6 lb
= Ng 9" ft & MNI) L al y en I

sadbo 60 Nooaofti aw wwoo u

wea m. toersso aCurS 'a. a
SW OM- IL no siAN "d "iss,

her 60 10sOft pskyeitdMra&
e. H& N. t4mse. will koe y*ar

go b reoar iftir Tiu"Sto th*
AM l Is rthe l 1.. Sb' lip

41 IP. Jeo om f Chis
aw IN ow ell I POOG *ri I
1W. h NI. xoq 44 "-IA~r was
amombf UW 14"W" Its 11W rill y vager

Mrsn. W CWaldi. $ fjrre v Park
B ai&mos the &&o&Iow a tiItho Ii..
adf yerdsaj
W ?. RIf. esa m lot1 u,11# W T
Jr. It AlaburhWe wreso !s 1,19 *. wi
man t ob t ip petfif-rra,
j W H juda of Ad41sbe. a a a as I
law go Mbe cvlp y oserdap If& I e 414'
go the farmers ul hal stlaie
Jemw M Now of Alachu. ua, ci
the sid b subtalial citia&*$ of thal
Deutisa. *as mamas the bv 11s to
tLh cilty .s4.rd
MebeK its.oad stacr Waldo swa
v i~ to Ta the city osltrday M
was soVN to WsWtbil'aNu Sobga
d wIN spod a sort whLe thMre
vdWa his daght
S U. K" siW Wag nHoi a. use
a S. uw reprs..ativ c)tlae0 o4 S#
o- I. duNCt mea all 1kwo 60t

t s
a L @a a- a =9

i w n-
E L Ckn O lliawA

afSO7 fb4s a

an epwd Oi w #mpg awe
ILO AONO W 010101w

-t -a l dd f o dw

rs rn Se EM.
&WWm -

aw a"* b

SL.a a gr do anow lSII

-1 ea a" n -

-' --- su-
-l ,a --
16_Vtw a#ab. VOWdoo

amo ole 90 1006 4 af -- v w

2- 1 01b am --o e
Misswhoin halo avift

wa -a" Ct

- a --L ~- C 601
alof d bi.3d Suen 6

Fa~ aI rt cssw

I-P Sn -ba I 6eoo
am W. IL mesa me now
so" he p wooft
Se ol de sowXe~

to a derv "- "- sf-

o or Wser urn a
ft dS o yrden w a

5.3--, a wr -r III
wSOU 1111010 me elwnt

e- w w Sp -d-o we as
adle6n WA* a ehw s

5.C-' -- ,Jrneud o
a low s aam mea

a. A.Pan 4ud Oa uw" u911

a the vhI4q'o n b. wY 7gatt

5.0 L md wafe d tramm au@
semea te vies i6 o whe dty yoo

LILUI iatl L tws .d ftsisd
AM beadesafvtt *60 t-eAc-tyy-.
no -e u i of Si O w abe"

J. A. J Mtcan ws greeN-
60 i. inenb f- rt~4a i the ekpl

I CL ay Mci lam.a o( traausaw
Sno Sf544 the OJtuf6i t th l dgFew er
db. y i, .elerdAy

WI.M.Lm Gd thart ye~a'. wa. g l,
)lom to Sewa cl~y )vst~r-ra
U W* McCall. urabL r of 1o* f re
tawU usl Sa of Ata htoa wes amongF
tlb v~lait'4 lu tie ci pe) eorda)
MItoo"s mile ofre' ofa W*alsg reat

bIe"ast In the Vtldm" hIn the
MINAW Chll Task I. gif rabted 1
odtc I ti Ia~c. feer ld auG lgrlrlp.
r ie 1c old by M. .Jlohsaa


W' Theprta. of Momme-owo asui Itl
illy Saturday lip a-MIG*- In too
after ta ,d 4watuaecia fopf him (ais

I. h4 AICAlouuvU. a truspreiea farina
or i tLa Hague se tM"u. was amaaea
th& traders vlsltng aiseuatk Satur
Mrs K K aith lls fell*- t o I(t.
if .* a o fit It,# SD Alt~rtiuA mw IWooltSson
&Intl h'it Itoi t. .' ,' al I L, te' t)
s #-v I *-a1,14

J # b M Is. k I ,e bibI I a fIIti IIt$,%eitieAl

e it lCot&*I#o If's' ate fe j

J I nli cCL( -*(~rr eel, CtI, '&eei,,o
I t fI$IA. le I of M if liciA01 ) use.%I '4 'iV1 1o

$food.* a GAaiet oall at 111%thool$ 4i
Mrs CAiSPe'r hIeae i" t id 1ICeu"0eta
I" w inritild iis, te #- Ci ct ,aned
,*IIspaced the- ace atfe's cia a a hle.g
WISItilsig relatle s-614144.' uam oao e eaca
P41414-4110) bher litll a41i1t41
1, J CIpalt an eroethite o t(ildeii oif
4MOIN~Vilie 0Sam aaceug thte tialteif
elu the city )est..rdba Il. toIt use
Ieagage-4 I Iit. th trso ilure I beI.In t



Giw i Pouai-y a Wel s lcra in n Size.

The Pat Recd d ie WILSON STORE our Best Recom-

.mdsie--We Hare Pleaed Od and Can Plese You.

0 p &--A
Greates$t Ei

dmztgif'j ee mtr at H Siumi

U&. Si SI.

For $rP olu
tioau- a
This valu

$ilk Pet.

cr='t Le

Values tb cana Ut he
1,--2t. CO Coreif.
Draw.,, Gownsand
Ski'a Cbidmun' aand
Mimes" tVadi-ear

0000* e00
mmr m


oor d some" thet hm-- Is
Typewiserup is is e--
m4 om& Ub a an the w
ww-3A4= d ow

L. a M.mbMia Im a ad

wWddathe bU~y at W D. ML
M& so ho be Is Nook5halft,

O* I

Of the Qeapr-A elred thipMeot
'ii F.Dep F fcijuer*e j ac rrOired-
4)d ave ba r* en beh mix week
art To Jwrt rtun m in ibe abip-
Ient the od were offered tt, u at
OtOwta haf tir ralue. We kept
tbem and4 r CrSa reap the benefit.
m -mm F e l je wue IO& wo
bAV W'Z W w.. an a fw. 1: Ua"
M-0.0 d _. jfw p 7k so M ir. t how
M&6, ftem how iw rw swans. a We sft af
r&* No Amto ma. w mascizp am wtn 3
Sol Uw 1%07m a t"wno at 0 a" 2

You may bare sen good EmIbroid-
cy valu. but Dathing to eqtl th.e.

Gob In.


The ta-t-mnad'- Wa-h
Skirt to le iha4d--ma.
terial thel e)t and fit
guaranteed. $.S up.

We have enjoyed a
phenomenal businaea.
We had the styles and
materials 4nd we had
no trouble in fittifz.
There are others oxn the

Fine Shirtwai'ts, Fine
Tailored Skirts. Hand:
some Linen Dr e, e.
The styles are exclu-


J- W. imp M* CkaJ. W.mgIbw

& "a soussom from
J. W Aimp o jowebes" the bum& W AN'TS
M d owd will ofJ. W. Mi
pIs a SO& groceries. WON raisin
MODL d a asminm s m met.
ft b iaders tht Lb. thetrad Sb
bees under mseata fr the mea

for the Lb M msver mm~bs several days but Was mly cksd
0 H. htrr a ~Wr ftu Clay. V~
0 H. F Ltw of Now Twit CkY. r l sp ih aL an experienced aon in
she b"born Is the city OWthe past busies and will no doubt
ot the Taye ad)amta tbv Couema haer a m grand *mere" of this already
obse-tatolib'd business. For the
CVAi"LW his bualseeu wnd degisulad
'for bibf.ewat he wil rbtain S. b Ihep-
We& Thoama of Muteie was .. rd as one of the akarnn.
mg the iWtorb0.0 tbe city yeaLer-C
day He sAat e tht the w asm"o Iu CaofaThank&
Ie~Ba I ta I s xb to publicly thank all of c.,
im-ets At* ff the farawn ad that
a ii rudac ar d suporterb for the way iu i
a sived ttmau) ha-d cut In the- recn t
tho p ag ( it of A &WO f ,i Uaw uo hrich hha ju.-1t con i.* to
ars Gli,. 'ea ei *(aof cmr-. Iasatod!
Sho has beeu t-, -it:*.g t".e' ) rto l ct a. t .at % a, w aid I riatored
V M c ls mfor tihe j- t.e-ral dhy 1ihe ratr t, r at th -a!:.. tfiio*
letf )&o(-da for a Jarrka1irll.A- She uitA )ut a. j'ropud at.d d.!ci.Kl'!- uAth
* i1 Ploi* d a a 'l.ert lUrll thb.r. a ,.1e 1d ra %a III Ic alii .10,41

rvoatlathe,. befo-r.' Ilf'A'-'dig t, tact

3 rs 1) I fI:I r: it 1, i ll Jatk I,
ville re-turs.'td twi faor lihon..' )# rda'
She ham b"esz, ur.- fcor the. P-
ieral wev-a uwler till tr.:t t .-igt i4 a
ato ;all i w e-d 1tdl M It.# At A h d (a l,.
,,Aie l b6i) Ivr ctlaldr I.,
k 14it lra'llo of UAif.4 ac f A as
Aftnesng xtie.- exo.t.t~ie j slisato-rn thAt
*A aleod (.aIae. p allic *%I-"' *-1 l14% lie
*t t that 111.0. A'sO .AX fitcc a I,
e) h-a t a&ld It IIll rotejuirs.the
at t'. cea coff outai m- i4 k uer, too gal Ieor

41 Mtr s. i. l .a,.,al. (It Teho,.. iad
ie. r Mim Marthia bieffitAlo OfI Jack
ow oll N C are- lot.# euiing a fto %da %
bith Nine kt I t Po-le-t SeAti h I i iks'-
Illt. 14 lm Ilunale I la- 114e

l- %.l' It# 1.6 Iis #'fl- Ia : ., .
V M RA(I,.-.'% oill o d%% e..'AA-
.iie Ig li$ e litek. I I e I 1. 1 I Is*
0 p 1t*.ritaa e lit 0 ae I- uall
,#-I, ts i1 i .111,1 cIi % .S, b:1,14 el it i-

a. 1 o1rA Il l i, l kll a-4.1 ( clt I 11.1

Au. i th i mIi ii fite l. f rI, I
I I r a'1.6 p csid li vjl .i lt e .st Il .i.
i, a A t r 10k a "j, %% C1.6%0 I 114.4 I eIACI
-it like 141K igii l 'l .0164-1.- ~. ('4,
siiellulae tuf Ift oaf 1a A 1i1t1
li r'.e-Mr Cl 4 % re4s fd Ill' sUb
04 11114066 Il if 1;.', I ?AI ll 1i 1a 1burtt
lIsiahg-utlt i-u.. ifarr %lut-d It iuds
&ud iflublott, t.ii- T The ua

..* a. rcth- I had t.oru euceri ful
I)I s! e..r~e eA k isa Iut one- couid wius
,1 ai I %sa a,. wi th- .forti Ullit l MW
t harik )ou juI pthe Saine I a-LI
.tsa- so I could gwriftmally thauk

r' h ii,-.


Arrested on Palatka Charge.
herom Sunday's Dlaly Sun:
Alfred itchardslmori roort-d haj.
igawo be-ei& arroe-to-d uu a (b.argt- lirt-
fotrrt.d tb Ihe- P'alAtka authforitli. and
%sa. carrii 41 to f...'.ir-14 ecitatrday b%
l h l .U j t % I Br u te i a t o I n t r a w -ief o r r o- d t i
ihe. edio -riff ust I'Putuaw (001*) it Sap
ttihgtul I c whardmoza had aetrailhhe~nec
ul, hit dfelro'iaco-s uloumi hism rovv-it-t ar
r.-l hbut It *v j athat be- did ucot

I- II PB Lit&it
a" IMMUM ba MO a wwusw
s"t f tr m U"n "It& 5&
wadr"i k a 11"; so frectla" Usea.
"ail wfrd Ovr 5cb six ehr hg"
an adtlocal lin. CAM In aduame
smut m mG- Yafa orer doa Ir lw-
asS In tLA& column.

IWANTEIJ-.To runzt all truck farm
and d%#-liiS Gaiaa-lli A
C Maddox Raifo.rd. FLA

FORI SAI.E-Duroc iIgs. $ L eah. L
H Willis. E irritoa. Fla.

FOR MALE Mce- grt* mare. it; hand,
high. A A 'II-oil J i. irjuoj C it'
Fr'R SALE Pair of gcud muls aand
U a(gJlA Apply to J.-ff S ILo. ti
frouut of lDultos'e fank.

QUICIK kI-ToRATIVE for lobt muai
hood. Satisfat tbun guaranlt.ed w
Money refundtd; 4c per bottle
Sold by W. Jobmsoo.
it Irt printed stahomery you wat
mb flt oft* i tb DISM uto Ra ti

Ir Ur


tional Bank


Established Over Twenty Years
S, .... ....

Surplus, $:50,000.00

...We olit Your Buiness....
....We Solicit Your Business....

Jas. M. IeraIans, l'u.
V. "aId, Vigo-prm.

If. 6" Tap or, Ca^h~iw
lA -iruis. Ain't C umb






~14 YIC; -
~I --I---- --

R -


~apiwi, ~rr~urKw).0()

Full Text