The Gainesville sun


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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:


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).

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

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Published Twice Week-Monday and Thursday

Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday

\uL. XXVIU No. J.~:;

G A I Ni SI Fdi&.ILOM IIA .114 NIDAY. .1 V I





literary Soety Pror for Tmrday Evealgm,'i- wr,- M *. a c-.

mrndati Exercises the F0owlug Eveag. "" "i 'i.


W I%
qareuiw Wa A ye
SgMiM.vM nB m

Although the Gainesville High
School will not close until Monday.
the 25th of this month, the commence-
meat exerclaes will take place next
Thursday and Friday nights. This
arrangement is made to avoid a con-
fict with the commencement exer-
caes of the 'nlversity. which will
be held In the High School Aadlto
On Thursday nicht the High School
Literary and Debating Socety will
give an entertainment, the program
for which is as follows:
1 Plano solo, "Secod Valse." (Ood-
ard)-Isabel Padgett.
2 Essay. 'Queen Ellzabeth"-Al-
nes Spencer.
3 Piano duet. "Les Chasse Aux
Gaselles." (Calvini)-Mary Thigptn
and Lottie Scarborough.
4 Recitation. "The Flyinl Ma-
chine"-Mary Dawklas.
5 Piano duet. "Impromptu a la
Ho gloas"-kEolse Doulass and Clara

Class Prophecy-Ruth Dolg.
6, Piano trio. "Grand Galop Brill-
ant." ( Wallenhaupt -labell Padgett.
Luclle Glass and Mary Thilpea.
7 Oration and Valedictory. "Edgar
Allen Poe"--Ethel Durat.
8 "Piano solo, "Concert Polonoase.*
(Englemann -Margaret Merchant.
9 Presentation of Diplomas--Pria-
cllil W. H. Cassets.
10 Chorus. "Swina Slao." (Frederic
11 Address-Dr. Andrew Sledd.
11 BDeadictla-Rev. Francs Crall-
The graduating cla consist of
seven girls and three boys. A more
agretable class' neer gieauatedl Irous
any hilh school. Although in prela
ration and thoroughness. they are
not all that might be desired. they
will compare favorably with the
graduating claW of any other high
school In the State. Heet of all. they
reallae their short-comings and de-
friencles nrd are anxious to correct

6 Debate. "Shall the Solid South them. They are ambitious for a bet-
Be Broken?- Affmative. Joe ter education, at least seven of them
Swanaoo. Sidney Godwin; negative, having expressed the Intention of
Frank Swanson. Earle Kelley. 1.*rterinl college next fall. They have
7 Chorus. alloww Balmy Brese." made a remarkable record in attend-
(Wagneri. a1nce. a record of which the town
8 Comedy. "Burglar"-Fletcher and the school may justly feel proud.
Ellis, Clarke Evans. Katie Barrs and With one exception, not a member of
Matel Lamonte. the class has been absent or tardy a
Although the young people who time during the term. unfortunately.
are to take part in these exercises duty demanded that one of the class
have had but little- experience' ii should leave school to acconmpany a
c-letty ork. MUti. of them- onli dur sick relative to New Mexico. Only
SIpart of thti Iterm. each will pjr- the call of duty could have drawn
t rm his or her part with credit. him away from rcbool. A better.
S!r.-e of the- de~ilaters are- amclohonlort'c- cle-anetr ouna t man d . 1 (nl- ie a junior Thv- ha'#-' acsrk- (;aines\ilk. He is justlv popular
. I hard in the' I'rIr',r:lr ticil t of thliir with his clrli -rt.t-eal an ld school
,.'-chl(' and conlside-ringI their ats. .iia'l-.
: .J exl trie'cn-c tiw e l.:;\, dm-' wel1 Graduating Clana Roll.
Graduating Exercises. i i. l, r I! I !I'' Kthi liar
'The' raduatingK e-xe'rci.-. hich ri.- lur-t. Ruth Elle-n lkDig. Montiut
A ta.I e. ,,ia,.. l F'ridca) niKht, aill KlEo, s- lV'agan. ('Celeta Kathleen ii ig-

ilia, %,I
as full, -
In lat,,aioii -Hl-. F. R. Bridges.
"' hlru \'"eirt'e. frutllth li \\..s -'
,il l ictn ill 1
I'lalo sol liI m S ,,. I l inl '
t hI ialergK Franc-, M clk a.ll
O)raltiotn anlld Salut.torr. Th'Ie Ii
1 1. |i l -n1 t of lth l +.t0iA n (';t

Uncle "Jake" GIlasoS to Leave.

I.. I tl .T r li I -II Io al .

S kin ll siK IIM dud& ;ail Ill l't' 'e
te a|: ,i rr w Illternlllti 1"1 II \ lI tlie l rl
ii e.,*

Icti. Irve tE' rkain 1e Prry 3itAr% EIliz-
1,**t HRutherford. Itil Mone'v Thonaa..
It.,K '.r I !kla:ld Itowcr Ca tr ni1
leeIoler. A 1wrt Vidal
Thow.' grattuntee..not ai.,*.arhime(Eii
(h.. lorograni ha%* I-r pitr.'d gr.eulaaf t
tact a.i'a'. and %ill re'.ad thei nat
ch.a gel exert iss, during th e- ctowting
%A ole

weCt ionl. Iev al oaa a*tarm one o
iheo, tzzauile,' that un't (41114off",
;aiid Iihe ita he' ha. linogtro'd 1wre umi
loMi b he- caua ' %vkita 1-A hit,
Iduckoe k h :-gdv. aiIl wilconae- hibu
ten his return, and se truot that he
Ail] conic' hvack otth sith the rtobaaa

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e iii .tl ,I 1.1 >1 ., 1 I l lu I t a t there' u, -ln thitlt alhlth only a
It, fnt. ih0- >i lh. -,*I ,* I I' l tt adI an d I l edo for .,ou todav9

Legislature Pays Tribute

to Florida's Dead Senators


Hy far th heaviest vo polled i
the Cooperative Coalte* was at
during Friday. sad et oi have the
candidates In the cty rebeved large
numbers, but the way it which the
country sections have advanced
shows that the Interest is certalil)
The handsome diamond rin to be
given away Is now ea display t the
show window of L C. mk h sad can
be Seen by all striving to win ths
handsome priue. The p sm, W~M
will come from the A. JL. arpe
Piano Company. will be played a
exhibition the Arst of the eomia
week. A letter received fom Mr
Harper states that he wll ship the
nltrumenta from hia Jkcmvllle
house and they will r I ,pr at
once. The fact that the 9iaMst
are purrchased from na r bbe hase
which has dowe hMlan here for
many years assures the 0tetantb
tlat they are getting af~Se lntru-
ment. The lastmumeati carry with
them a ten-year aranisme a d the
proaoters of the plan h ve adi s a
fine stool and scar it w uni h totro-
ment. Upon arrival they wUI he
placed one each nl the Gainedvlle
Hardware Company and the Galane
ville FPrailtre Company wtadows
ready for the naspeMtia b( *L
A club of dally subscribers was re
"heled from Miss Powell of Alachua
Friday. and as a rest she hase
u.vanced from seventh to *rst place
in the contest. Another big advance
hasr tbeen that of Mrs I. Ware of High
Springs. who also makes a treasend

Following was the result of tih
count Saturday morning:
Gainesville-Central 1Sction.

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Jesi e K an i ... .......
Addle G(;ode. ........... 1
Margarct .etdlt-tler. .
EK tell Ileal ........ .1
lk-ah.t C( ...
( rtlU(!ce II :rroJl
.\.ora Stall-
lie.leIn liolder .
.M)ra Swearluingn. .
illanche- Thomllip.m
Mary Fernlande .
Aura M Iwl .
N W. Ta)lor
.Mainiil C('ruch
Malm-1 %Villiani ..
(;race iullard ..
Mlaude McKay ....
Aniule Iell Tayor ......
Fannie Whiting ........
F:a IHauknight
:Is llalh y ...

t.itonim iti trrip%

Eastern and southern Distri

Ii-- I :.1 I M< 1 're-dile- Miranupo )
\!i.- l ,rn.i < t('rd. l1 MIicranoopy
\Is-- ll.eit l:igl-llh. T"U enIIa
\I. I .. .I \\ .Ie llawl hornl

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TAILAHAIBA May 1.&-The Mis
est ripple Im the Hose yesterday
was eased by the report of the spe
etal committee appotated to aseare
from the fler of tae railroad emtlse
itm a lit of the members sad State
Alclals and employes who have re
-elvd passes. Thefa were ay
rell-h sare eF a a
It was udersesod that somed o w
list reported were not easm- s W
the State at the time they a d
*te psses the report was semitted
:o the Joiat Judiciary commiee to
;ook latu.
The lose voted to s.ta, It
Breward veto of the 1315 MI or t
relief of artaln sem ty tax asee
nl the dralnaa dilal t eaO
aInteral alm prvem t P nl.
Amewn the meale t bI ltreduad
durtag the dy ws n by Repro

-digM a-md a-mla a state pritt-
Ila plant.
The House passed to third reading
the hU requalrh that aN aews. ed
wterl and rtoeas pa Ir shold
be marked adverteet.
No feature or Usuial Is ee eP

M.a Mary Hall, Orange LHelsh*
Miss Efle Tiaom. IarIa.....
Miss Annie Cannoe. R. Point..
Mla. Vaudalla Staf. Walde.....
li., Gertrude Smlth. Fair-
baks ...................
Miss Mary laolse Atwater.
W aldo ......................
Miss MaUle Italley. Wald.....
Mis (;Grade Moore. Islad
Grove ............. ......

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Weatorn and Northuerw eeti.

Pd oat Is the Se"me Irggy.
A few ew hUI w fn lmm---a
aWd several were adm es
end to thiMd readd omg e e w
ma the amphrumw N to oo I
the asam t er M torw

Ipehae Oat labds h# a pint es
was ta up ap the heren aiso
Ia explralg the I, l. NmI
rim sated tL It WadM eI the
Smdadsm fr aS ta -e

steps" tar eM di a t

meat. eagi the hr
the tom fam 160im to S
"I den' beiove tin LII
loA00 *a hr a a e ia
man the 50-8er.-- f -
beM booms% utber ~ g bpm
ever v11ed IlN f it AgeMW
TheWem gmel 1w&
day at M e: MWL .

arMe Y

*A u -W

a W th Seaterr. In*
teatm t t he law anae. T hr MI
lta weeks, depaid h.r Ms bib s .t

Tenre D. MeeMI d a aswn a
md dIrlm ted in hea L h. d
Miks Sna.r. f Wmsto --m
at the bkarausm, ekah benast o
InstituteS al the w.ksiN'. Er 6s92
is now deciddly bIt!r.
Mrs. Dr. MeNMim Of Msiwimoar
rived during the pOi wee wa i
W 0ft. mfA ~ "&OLM&M M&AN-t

Miss Eva Powell. Alachna..... 87.i6 u M-- M-- GW N ** W .
Mis Hattle Ludwig. Tko ...71.4T0 DeI O uti h hLltl? i @lre.
Miss Vida Haron, Bell..... 70.10 Robert Csd- 1 of le I O -
Mrs. Ware. High Sprins ... .. e quite Ill duari tihe t week, aJt
Miss Annie Kirkland. Alachbu..i6.70 i now fDOllgm uaM0 Itt. Mr. Mko
Mrs. H. Maddox. Areber...... 2.,6l h a p nt We aWl Waa- ft
Miss Ellen vltlk-. Arredcm4o..g.- 210,tW ivUe. aWo to 6dMo a1-,d
Misu lucinda Ilrymat. Hell.... 63.140 agies with i.
Miss Rose ltca Rives. iligb Mrs J. Itlb Si Me rd --
Mipring ... 3 rO to bM I
Miss Holly. Arreodondo..0.0 a OiO evlle Her e m my sw
Mtls Illazie Avriett. Newbrry ZW. a stIo 0 h iII b --- -
Mli- Emma Williams. Tresto t1.1T7 n ~I pro $ eurwy.
MIaM Je,-ell Stanley. Hague1 .11.5A0 M lla ie H3ter of IWat- a
Mis ('kem Plckeltt. Neeaberry. 5.S, r9OW r18rJa, ie .l6int I
Mui Anaiele villel. Arredondo 5. U6 Mr. ICrehe. who rw s e s-
Ma., :.'.a*el Ilurett(. Latruse- 2.4" ly IlIrU i a I N ty RWe OM
Miss Ada Pearce. Newberry 2.130 lSM, I* Iswr b to h -a
Mil, Ilula Gay. iHell ..... .. I tih Mei b .
M is A. Gof. Newberry. 7.. Ml1 796bil MmL L o -
Miss (G.rtrude Uulan. Hague 730 lthfU Wre, i "ren itia W4-W
M11s Katie Akin. Arredondo.... 415 0d va4tlIo.
%fI.* Clara Ml.eciht. Hagul .3 -- -
Miss Pearl Mrlwd. Alachlia. L **i artlte that t inta I I
Mi,-,. M N Halc h.ez Nrwht-rry 140 wa) at yeI h--e If
Miss Iizzle Smlth. Newberry.. Ir I iad be dM to ln Wh is
Mrs J. E. Parker. ICroMs .. m I ly l l g sft .r

Three Men Killed, Twelve

Injured, by Explosion

it tlol- ,to A a 1%
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ti MANr) (it1, 6 W 41t 1 Atu e A&*'-rkb4a&..
ofI Ii-' .^4a1-,is .e(a lta fthe eapl'ako 'Laa
a- a s... .a'.t LAwrn'. &ad M b.
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1to bae the ease el a prserd.
*** C. L Laptm
te dftedmat. Cad.
am& -eMI .i A It the -ae of wit ess.
bes lo wa-e ar wlgemae mad Wa.
1ft ass w I of l0 w. l Si -
^1 *3^Hl *M l ga gang. ae Wa staeset break.
"" W O eatrg e. SWa Oser KI *W sad he

I a d. ai a l a- a 4 es d wat

S* t *a4 sm me- id mea -
Sse at a e o *he wl-

to d go d ew. be I s c M, errie
l tb adW aa&
Oawo sls se Istat el Iat -e

-tP aba Ayh. havims whim
iWat Owe e. ad lim mcat ro

Ia .ed.-. hiSm et -- t
U M I fS aw tfw r -1

!.V i U I. .... .. talk wth .r. Layt oh r. ao
L .E ho. %a were he aIdmo Is

Si! e t phed tmhth umbadmeth eag be tosw.
dol I 6a- stats t hw.a oin told. om a
fm he t es t iveOlat seat as
a heOIH okr or I nn eeLbas s L

UVeaT ands hbe hus Slmsb ca, no
ialt ar 0No Iw s rIfunde t

SUs) d ws ahr e med to ahe the
N # a and afGr
C A. Semeat -, --wn-
NoOr "' ateNO k tt- d p ov er HI pr eaOW
MC L asL U :e:wb* :e qart

.4JohWeus wte hnr ne
b w e as labsoLAdamkd ba rbwb
Isw o vmn .im hWe ...m i, be hlre ongae s.

am there y er.okMpped IM.- set eto
Ibehe Sm the deImme wh spoke
e m. e. 'a tw Wa Wmt eJowas apl
p aheed bin In Ow amarw of get.
mPi4St S ok O Wda eto teify aCtaan" s rtl u
'618"Parties this cae de problsed If
...1 ..... d af e would m o to ,Galmev.lte td

alkp wt Mr. M.Laytoere eWed ea the
SIebe.O Aer prome the ladleteaet agylp bfn.

4t the oruag y nd stied b a rwhy e did
Te t *a festity adal ast Ilorty DaKdiWs
~ b In she cow e where be t Davidanm is
Mae blad & talrr charged with murder. Witness re-
M ( J Plied tkat be bad notbati to swear.
iase" st&t"d that Hoopr told bhim
9t be woul testify against Dasidwon
be (Hooker) would see Attorney
divers sad have- bli allax,'I cajse nol
pressed. whieb be (oSim) refused to
Whes asbed why be masde the statt
gaset to Attoerey aYrteo sad NMr

A MAW*M Joins delan a em O that after

I* *- ~ a erd~t d of sarlit y A H Irt

b .. *... stc hwas bmwas us thb jury
Cameof 0t&a. vw Aki ratrsbeni
I~ a* glitng lquor, celledand WIstsua
mouned read) MuctOn Iollutrur.m
....... ... fur defeas fur a .outInuaa? aS.
uternue sad anCdpt hue nut"d
ftd a ptCWme Wth
ULdLftb The taw ad IM& w J K rat.
Nub$ d U nt Irory &ad utterig a suroelsrmUa
C~amlderabi dibeshy wa sp
m eae In insso wtues g a jury. hub so&

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Wras Pned or Two Meatbe In

Under CetaIN -trtisen.

re riday's Dalty m:
ThI bt ose to come eore the
earu tihroueh the lstrnmestality of
the P. C. A. reised to a earvc-
Utms. aid meters of this seocation
assert tat they wln l t bsy sad
se that the tws arw er-oMl with.
Ofers of the eoal***tia who
have th aotter to cIr ee ws ti-
and ofo t ease of Wa. Amerae.
male, ad be urw eidee amted
Md broImit bteere up f MtUeN
spm a hear oe or per uyto smima
S and eate or Mtwo meah to the
Owbea to tis esM thIe bt a
of Ihe toIe ti *oe e atseme was

aDM ywm. po N ber 1pl
lwk mI t a Iqe to as a d tendpI
I- 7t r a

wa Wdm .d. ma e lno Io V.

deirtf Ato d htb tob he Fesi
Ilhe r tse d tlde be foe nat*it

W -- Ut

40em an eO mse to aedrmb

ate l.our Whe es mil rve ew ber
t ea ea th earI pthel mtsaar teO
peop"m to hmp a edword hbe thr

an aber sJ. Psuee whe b he"

theor shash h ll he eb ebS

ate of betpow ol a* dt b<*M mtor r
ai the pwe t hrse t ahe dI tIme t a.
Ie" 1.v wMve rmyn oably-ee- d tuor
in,, ee Vast ma" fee&

aa lw lb. a0. a w .
The aob- e i-M ** tto t p maew rs
Ie r theet t w thredea dm the wrn

dien a tomoe to theo fmnrmt.
.of 41.t ourwi4 d nt oa ln d ra to
Prpt and tt omy WTns..

dThe o t cuebk or asred them of

thate nalle 5 J. Syes of thiwas alrm
hleed to haIessdt icheck. ebee As

sebeiu the hadta t a comfortable of
fensel to hathe beon oMslated uAt-
Dan iyou.sibl date. towit. Noemr. I.
ztgv thusatherk treterrang to the
cieck In quemetloe to the defendant.

-We object. y hor bomer. proiaptl

Iag. for the defeus, before the wit

30. ad." ran opporlied r ldto answer.
The obeour section rmtalnd and
'be defeat nstre object to rany *-i
turn allege rdlcm of ssn gulthii
Attorne-,y 'iI-ldinx and Hilale roe-l
r rtaegat-d tIhe dfc-ndal t.
Court adjouri,.d until : o' lmck I mI

Aftornoom ft on.

The. court ies,*ed a 't ZO''clk-
and. finding nou raise of criminal Lnm-
portance to t disposed of. adjourned
until Mooday afternoon at o'kork.
bhea tbhe c II dtocke.t l l Imttake- up

Io,. I. W. WillIameon' Letter.
Rev. I. W. WilliamIoI. .untlngton.
W. Va.. writes: '"It Is to certify
hat I used Foley's Kidaey Ren.-d.
for nervous ehaustUoa and kidne)
trouble aad am free to ay that It
wtll do all tht you ckla for it
oltey's Kdaey Remedy baa retired
beaIth ad stre bth to thousands a
weak. rua down people o('taisii io
harmful drugs and Is jil*-ailemt t11 tak
J W Meo'ulluu a t('o

Mayer's C4unv YVe rda
ruM Priday *a a ly San.
There erre- thlbre- crtilnuu.- i. -.
Selore- L)Uar lris. 'rid*J .A'..l A ,
thbe Ismw. s Agaiu t iuai, s *. i ;.0
* ab Jrlfrlabd sl r l nu d I I" .id4
SlUts Tbr i a. ,f druk aI 41.d 41
erderl) .."u<( t u" e i* '4' Ia.
It) e*t u f oel aI

Per a beR or scald apply erialaS' leJl ItI UI alIaS trhe iI&
almost tmastly sad qu &bl) Ara Ibm
It)jurd parts aW e e>b all dru

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ghp ww S, ya% eberno te *3mtw. or
~~e ml beam ae& W b per-

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s-uf fep. ml Sup IS be DimS Imeu
saafs omilk'*on% pbb edhr xesUS
Sla oweis to m 1. as dinwa gs e we
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Takle th Grunds and e ildIng
of the UrPversity in the

From rriday's Dly suit.
The aninlitte ailidl it*'d ffor the
1Irlw < e of 1i1itinig the ario4ti 1s tat.
ilatltutions and re-nderttig a report
concerning their condition. needs. etc..
arrived here oa Wednesday "etelang
and were awt at the depflt I, a
comlnUltt*-- otf*ctizI.-.
On Thuranday mornia thbe c(,i. :.
tle. tomlpood of Sen*ator E. I (Cr.!l
and D. H. Baker. and Representa-
tives W J.J. Drrance. R L McKe-
le. Walter Page and Terrell were
called rapon by a number of the citl-
ess sad drives to the grounds of
the State L'lvenrsty. They visited
the Experirmet Btatiom Parm. laspect-
ed the greads and buildings. and
after completing their labors were
taken for a drive about the <,..
indig up at the University Hi-:.
chool. where, by special Invitation
they were shov through the cboo:
The committee were made to fowl
that GataesvTle is lambed with b d*
etkmal spirit. and the expressed
themselves as belan highly pleased
with the courtesite extended and the
sirit l la whih they were entertained.
Amon- those is charge of esorting
the gentlem about the city were
Major W. R. Thowas. Dr. J L. Kel-
Iey. Capt. Geo. M. Lyuch. Dr. Adrew
Shd. Geo. P. Morrs. Dr. J. H.
Hodges and Hon. Byd L Carter.
They left tn the afternoon ria the
Beaboard for the return trip to Tal-
labasee. accompauaed by Judge Car-
ter. who bha been bert for the past
few days e a busltr
WhNe It Is at known what the
reo--me a"til of tbe committee
wi bhe conersnia tbhe 'liversity
and the general s-chol intereto of
the Mate. It is generally twlll. '-
thi city will fare well in tbeir r-
port to the State LeLtglatour

mtmrioMa's LImimeL

-m Em N1n

Oea of 4aImosvllau Readare Are
Learaig e M ty tfhe Kideys.
To Filter the blood L t he kidn)s'
When they fall to do this the kid-
n-') areP sick
Ilackache and many kidney 111 fol-

I r'iar tr' i *? '
l w'U K It I;'.2 1*: in a aire th* ;'l.
I 1ej i i, Il s-udur. e Our

Mr.* V S.t1-tie. *l W' Arlinlt.M,
-tr. (;ai oi. ll-. F say.: It
',,uid I,. hard to de '-ribe how I sf
' ( red f-l ima a aM jk and achitng ack
\t uni. the patti) were .so intense
' 4t I coulId not .et uIt cr deov. I
r 1 a&!I w tr:lbkld by rheunuatism and,
different parts of my bod) bkrcau..
Iffll and lame A friend lna!:b : 1
vlsed me to try Dosa's Kidey PIUs
and procurag a box, I begun their
sue. I am glad to ay that they lived
up to re.r mtatilos. remaovir the
pasar and disposiag of tmh rhelmr
tiUs. I ea homely say tLht 'Dea
Kidney Pills dM e mor a oond than
ay amdicin I had prevluawly take-."
For Male by an deal Pries MW
cents. VoI eM-Milbr Cao. Banl
New York. sole agets for the UnL
ted Stats.
Remember sthe me--Do's-4d
take no ether.


Heaue o O mreughit "e to Aarto
Sme m Cha.m:
re- Fri s DlBt ilr -:
W. H. Haimes. the iespre me.-
sealgr who. It will be re mbered.
sot and Injured W. J. LAek e( Wil
cox. will be bro t ere to stand
Serf Ramsey has twice set for
the ma. but as there was a cew
of laersy aalast him to Dival
eomnty. the authorities there would
aot surrder him. However e was
ThLrsday motlled to seed er him.
The cIrLmstanes regarding thbi
shooting hare airedy bwe published.
and owin to the prominece of the
parties interested further particular
will aet be mento med util the ase
rooeW to trial

IU U 10 .LR. Vnm m hie m m

This is a new preparation and a .
goodag It Is. e.eiaJl aluable a bwho Is chargedd with salt with i -
a curT. for chrun. ai cu nu laru tent to murderr. saw aving or-
ad fr t- r f fr urred at Wlkeox. was brought b r
r.umatlm. and for th,. r-t,-f from
a w khick It affrdr In a-ut. tn.i Frtda. by l*puty Brutom. rhetiis Tose h H as a-colpaaled by his broth
e .Aitry rt *tinvariblys~ .. ,a ife and otber relatives. who read-
**d Iit hac invariably spok-n of It
th lg -t trms f ra A l it hoed for h i appearance at
tbh bhibhcat terim of g raim~ Lain'-
I k. lameboulde.r and tl the n-et term of curt, be having *-
Isk lame shoulder and stus n*ck
mur.r Col tiornto of Jae aro thllle t'
ai- due to rbeumatleni of the- ,ured 1 (-ruto f .Ja .mu
li.-'.re ti hIn
b .ally broxuht on b, e.I-xInurs to i. '- o en
e Id or danal. and art.- juikl.l curd ln his ca of larceny at Jackson-
a a-lgi.inr this hrime,.t fr,- t a Ind sllk the jury failed to agree and he
S.. -Paxiii th.- aff*-t id l pr.- ,are- is rout on bond from that county under
a of tl t. .A, .o is. I. th, r .. d e 't -a s*- hto d.-ll* i
I htoloie, t re i. r sir ix.jtr' I allJ>
h thi- liA.itJ .t f',r .1 ,. all Sleousness and Constipation.
,,F F'or y-ar. I as troubled stub hI,
Iour '-* n and COIstliIat'JiS Lhaii' lil'1 *'0
MiIthell to Bartow. life ui,.rable- for me My vlaplitil
I h rl.-- Mitli h l I-'~.- o. t, he fall d nie I llst Umy usual force aa,!
rrlKhtt fit*ld*r i tn t (. i.ltk Hilall j i Pell p-l in pre-arationl o and ia-
S. i. hou ha- ti h I*.r, fo,' 'le* INl-l ~ harttio. outls nide niatterll mor -e
,. l.-ft ib P i .r ,,e r l irtlu |il do u it k snow bhe-re I should ha.*-
t.. r- he- has .aueid tto ,dls oi th IW te.e-* tida) had I not tried Chamtb r
l.tto ls-tam in the- ~.iath r'lrids lalin tousa h and lAe-r Table-ts
I.. ue* The- tablet r.-l*r-e the ill fee-hiu at
Mlltrcell. b) hcl%- *.r ork r 'oia Ih.- ,n- strengLthrn tbhe digostive funr
d tluolid. *ad"- uioI,. fri.di ai. a a'tiohS. purify tl e stuolac liver and
i.. utw*r of the- Oak Hall., aid %aS blood, helping the system to do aIt
adiuired I)> all koe'rg. of htw \t al sork naturally--Mrs Rosm Putt..
(ir*" Hie hA.s a th ... r.x* has I.rrmilngham. Ala. These tablets are
to,e l iui t ig I, I ""*' tii A. hI. ,Ail-d, for sale by aL druggists.
ttI aIilli tto aI -' *erage- ef. lie
t, h iA1, -flhOhI tIhe- -t', r*- A D helgtful Osca e.
o,,r.- t,.- *-ol ,Ai A LA rge ,uIutl r of )U>H ml aIeopi
... ... ..- -- .i--.lmli.d at the- iuUw* of Mr a&d
A naPy fatFer jolr. U 11 1oltlu. Ir;st In uo*tre-*-I.
s. l turue- d It' a .ad "o*.* if I* I 'r al' 'li 'i Is i rol"ol ise t. p InI'
i p. lalk fA..,r .-rf ti h Oi'.' .I u,, it.- eiglt h i lrk b
.. A x ,. -', I # i' 1 rt r ,..a& hzti-r .NI lo t ,li s

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President King of the Kng Lumber
Cempaey Now Mere f:* Firal

Mttrk ail I* s-liumed e. tih-, (1 o ',
*riu 'ln t 1.i. laig a-lw t 'e Ai*'ildat y
when the coutractorrs ill rtart the'
forre at work cuttingg In the, con
Create foundation for third uamHnth
A rutILr,
W. W. King. president of the com-
pany which has the nattact for Its
erection. arrvedl In the city Friday
and stated that he hoped to g*e busy
without further delay om the building.
and that If the stel structure and
other material ordered arrives oa
time they woul commerce the work
right after Snlmhltg the foundation.
AU of the material o far submit-
ted has bees approved and accepted
by the overnament ad the orders
have bees placed for the same to be
better ot by the atractosn a
orwarded to this p ita as early sad
fet as it Is pob lM to do so.
Mr. KWs stated rrtday that i oth
tI4 lo no ta e- rome htre except
the tools. eagl ae ld derricks. all
A whkih he hoped wold arrive and
be In readie w for his superitead-
est. Mr. Poy. to comamece work at
the time speciled, next Wedmesfda
it tbe latest.
A large part of the material has
already arrived for the fludatt
work. sad a the saad. rock. etc., ea
all been accepted from OainlvtIe
part. there l pnraeteally noth
to be pur sed elewbr bet the
cemet. d uts h beer s ied
a member of carlo havile ar
been received. and then will arrive
as feat as wanted

WheSpig CeeL
This is more dancers disease
tha is generaly p mre td. It wil
be a rpri to many tolmr that
more adeth resmelt fte it thasn ftrom
car le ever. Pnemema oftea re
salts from i. Chamberilatn' C h
Remedy has been used la I y *-
demile of whoopig Wcogh. and a
ways wih the be t results. Deert
McKelg of Harlta. Iowa says of it:
'My boy took whooping cough whom
lian mmoths old. He had it n the
Sinter I got a battle of CLhaber-
lainlW Co4m Re edy whirL proved
wood I cannot rreeommed it too
hiKIl). For sale by all drulggist

Killed Negre at Tupentane Camp.
-rHMA.AVIt.I. ; .<.,ay 11
St'* re-sult of a he4aniug aira. at
''.a, t r1. ril.*- ttll .-rt -rda'
'h;arlt,- !ra.mi a u gr'e. *aill rIroutebl,
die Tri- trouble as casud-< b) a
dis*; *'I' .-t -*e'i Sr \11il. womdl '
iit char*- avid irseait lwha ii. rhb4il
, r in re-gird to lh.- tinw f(o di|ilplgs
.a' c *natii lot of turle-ntine The ,sw
.;r, ~mirte-d toward. Mr Mills with
.1 iarg- dilslpr ibth the e td-ntl In-
t *i.irin f oft -triktxu hint Mr Mills
nre.l ai IHrai lth litth inLUUtetionL (4f
-t,.i oi.,: him. ut hit hinm Inl th b hemul-
sd r I hl. s"e-nwed ouly to Infuriate
the i.e-gro and e- rushed towards
Mill tho tbw-n haot to kill. The
bullet iaLe"d tbrough the. megro's
huds oul> miing bhe heart b) a
lu, h

A Liviwng SI lltM
Is tle Stal coodtion of auy chil
that ha. iarms i f i lives. Thisk
of halIn sometbhiun in your satoma
that -atl all fu take- a aourlahmeeot.
NSte-t.-hibs l(f the babie bhave worns
uaytbr )(Purt bba Hs certain that
it has, not li' geist ait Wbhte- ('rea
\-rualfu1t..- e 0 tls all worusn and
ir a touic fir tao maby l sto 1 .
i -t. 4old ly W M. Jolhnsu

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MJ* ~a-mi af -e

in thea aedvinma ai -aboe
tof la I s sa al" I

* eari wm s e l erbs

- iaa thNa WUMM th
In1- w a- m bad W ad er he an

ao I M eaa at me tabo -l
46asr- -a b 0 a s I ido

l -U a --Im B e Dm o athe.
am "l wSe hba erisa.on"Ie

s- a t- eM be Lton atal
ft a@"ame ave

gt gM "eat h eawra tre
wB em otate-

i 0w w*lh very w la ou he e
S0 a 8 am st ad t n lyse.
he es=a anw at r soa

e hr os m0 mi of e Plap ol Pen
No ok aevaseshrw bsatas writ-
on sifr otf thed a" be vaI

L l--iv t_-- -- bta eaecutfve
SWLbe "e"ad by meyar I
M ther d eoould behiusd thre
am is so procint who would serve
ag w"k leUua wiW py. P s s
Os Goerw. 'n thin dway an Oe.-
SweeN dWsMg bt ittle HOrrHowev
it Os a6atieat of the ount? Is
strYe im ,toer oetaO t ow
or the moIns Sao. aMd tthe "o.
l yI ofst fif unaimusow oa the

mii w-r- ould sui me.'

OI@men MB n Io IM WO "e

t* a m rm ad a Wa tw boin
Talm wm be ad~sasd the

ga i4 mat be eme& "

m th -iK W Ms a* I -nas s
oa at F"stb dMer at Mr.
rYM wa doewN asd st- a the Dam-
-el loader. nd ohat he wouMl wea

mr dI&m te to ba eitrsp r
urdeer mat year.i
o thee tao o rel sra why

Mr. Clrh o e Mr. lrk l .
bted by tre of ut opposltieo to

si-te Mr. B ryams Maddrlop. f

at lls 6 ON hds bed o=aher

-.. o i be SOt ,e"lh toe

i_.-N "m Mr. -armto raw

InA a moa

o too *me w tom a e aot e t

ai-s lt s iays d dt mo iSt
I m*e eb thU ast I a t"e msem M

Sa rr. emn a I U
Jago m fe Ban he has-

L -ib.The thn hhou -ld
ink a sor lead wr.

SMr. lk dat. even If

II a -y certain hat
r .t haingm andawki

Se' at evef e wad to. It
S6 a tly Mr hlyab aeIhu

Tk. e be htisdrs oftc Drate te
ware padgh ag osbd ofeel so afe
sIn to hlltni Mr. ry a atotr to

hare ar fe shootlty to Mrr.l
,yn. Theyompt ly Ifel ht he can
"a ft elmetd Prorfibw ad that
IaGaSe e shorn eat reeplbete the

situatia by mIn~rlaaa an attItude
ia wIlsgees to accept another
#Mw e bwsThey tMhin te should
state rany taet hs ives up the

leader I o that Lsmcrata could
dee aothe ader.

My Btyaa sat gokim to Florida to
make e amaus aglarnt r. Clrk.

," fas there o bood reason ta
"thnigthat he wouad cept to brin

gTeenid sad si ft poiM. certain that
he -Ud Teve oin he wanted to. It
to abe staemet" that hies upthure

drTh eb stu at 15es matde othe

Stat apreter ir. of at 53.
I WIps uenad a toh p ta n rt of

years the appropriations was gradual-

i eased and the nmber ea th
p- s rola slowly added to. Wbeu
Mn. W. S Ja--mla became (over-
wr to 1t1 there were li than Sl
pmesmmnes I the rlUs. Durtg that
admietrati- the number was in-
ereased to bout 4.Sw. and. under
Ooveraor Broward's admiulst ration
there was a further increase to m .r

The taxes ow eI.lied for unlsiolis in
our mills. which )Irid about ow4.
00. This amount is ubuolly irade
quate to pay the pLwenioers on tihe
preset rolls, who are ier) rapidly it-
creasig. The ladications are that a
sis ills ta will be required to umet
the prasnom paynithal This as eoaerAl
tias as murk as any uther State I.
paying lur peaisImu It tbwhutes the
Idgislature to make the tax le>t fur
other purpose as low as possible. o
as to avoid any unnecessary increase
io the preset high tax rate The leIv
for gemeraWl rvanue purpose should
Lw riJ..-ed f possible It ha beet

_-- m

Io~r Achod uestiors

bmpub a ink YeNtDow a= be do Mnod ?

a Ila a iftf Yl Dm I Yw d pm
'Val Dm It m he ? Yas!kft the *

U gih* r be. dcshdNYe Arrwwv

~ im 3 l atOs- t -Ai5FbAm yew drl

Im6 towr them t w Its. Drin
the hat yew of te Jeainlge admi-
Ittratian the tS ley r Stto pi-"
Poase w as the i west ever
me.t. That year te w r eral
me e pepsee Wenly nrsehas
lit. I i to be htad tha t LAGlL
IMu e WE ll a l to tode to levy

ater rne eah e1 t ra aseb
lin "a Brea*l b mde In eat
Yews. as h havte wede" tod et
the Wimple- I aou In ls tIat
wbm 1tlr wmV wat M e A r m
ternd =n MsaMata id new beld

a6heinmsibtof~. mbcm tnd
be asel dia- ie d p eL ere

aM aofe e I. min an-i
d fe t M etWor a t s ae
=W mppse eot with a

esenas- a w e odbe eie
MI t enaopae, yet I is t seS

Marfo IN noeir a o b et riam
Pnmey t o tw ant ti a ed te
-m f O uset i sbati were seeMr
a irs p enMa M a t y. Thin r eealst

ael tin several wam t me bl-
My perhaps o he vas i ead aIn

it gegk yMars e. Thisa tft
gves a eartolm res to the statement
rneestly made that in pe of ma-

sWoodrandla n-e in sports, Amewr
mas are the m ftumnaP of peopls.

a view t Is clear that something is
wrosm, sad it i not dleeult to dis-
aover what that something I. In
trth the pace of our modern life In
all ts relations is too swift. BDustd-
oes men are running a constant
Marathon In their haste to get rich
nd they are doing t at the expense
of their nervous energy. their health
ad their ader sensibilities.
When at last they try to enjoy life
by pluntng into pleasure, as many
of them do, they And the capacity fo
it is gone. The one remedy is a
saner view of life, a slowing up, th1
clttvatlvtk o# the better side of lift
and the recognition that valuable ua
money Is there are other things still
more valuable.


Brile sad he'll uatlk with you-if
he's Just down from Georgia.--Times-
That 25-year beutene(' was enough
to mhake any woman Boyle with iLi-
dignaotk.- Tamlpa Tribune.
Women are still vigorously prote. t-
Lag against Congress acting as the
implem.'ent to hold their hosiery up -
Tinme- In ion.
Anyhow. Florida will not have to
try to upset the constitution of the.
United States. which is something in
our favor.- Miami News-Record.

Th FirNat= ht

(herlhrat W M
i'. S. &'.utieA400t)
Weal laata. Furoaturr
andl laxtufr
tasia1 siad Kaciauaw' j,7e~*

County oI Aiaeziu M
I, (i. W. ILcall, t'eiwr ta Ii
oear that t ite. itUIt stattuo t in i
iUbsc'flawei t usols 14, I .ein.

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In aaher columa of our paper win
be fod a certSed statemea t made
by L A. A. Jwaea A Sos. Jeweler
upoa Jbe elda to watebes giva away
every Iaturday event by Phlfer
res. of the New York Racket to the
prs' rngil tw largest amoat
a trBdIam imepoe Ismmed by that
rm fer every dollar traed.
We have beea shown both. ae of
te ladles' and getlemna 's wasebe
aid aed to la pe t tem thoerm hly.
wr we da. Of eerm we are Uot
Jwler Nor we we I Psitn to
gi auprt mteoimny t r gard to
tke am t ram a ew maolaam wkt
wat Twe we alm reamme d tlhe
as agedo at e o so l a tamm
a or lady woMd be toashame a
Wat ad a wi ast as iolarate
prns ,vm if Os, w ,elieewn Scm

ae me dtae voAl.a e w1two e"
Im as a pr em h r trans with
the New Trt MaL where you sa
Wsget tfn vale or yer Smey,.

a wrinests.

At the epiratl a io one mtract ewa
r into another hr a perotd of
Ive years. In compllace with this
law, Oa the ith day of April, IM. the
board adopted the following books
for the period of ve years:
List of Seeks.

(The Ifures in
represent exchange
ti the last column

the first column
prices and those
the introductory

and mailing price.)
U'non Primer ................. $ .1
Hunt's Progresslie Speller
(Special Edition) Part 1..$.06 .12
Hunt's Progressive 81wller
(Special Edition) Part II.. .08 .1
Balwin's First Reader tReg-
ular Edition) ............ .13 .2.>
Baldwin's Second Reader
t Regular Edition) ........21 .33
Ialdwin's Third ReJader
IRegular Editlon ........24 .40
laldwin's Fourth and Fifth
Reader (Regular Edition) .36 60
lialdwin'a Sixth and S&\-
e(ttli Hader (Regular Edi-
tm. ) ................... 39 ..
(Special Book Edition of

above. I
Ilaids in'a

Pirst Reader.....
Second Reader..
Third Reader ....
Fourth and Fifth

Sixth and &-venth

.'1 .40

-dernmani's ('laralc,. Old and
New (Regular Editionl) 13
lderman's Classlcs. Old and
New (Regular Editioun 2. 18
Aldermau's ('lasical. Old and
New (Regular Edition 3.. ..21

sisod 26.0IM

Capait4l "-ocxk, '-UPna 1
aik I'n.ii% L i t L.I

Mill LU411VMMI 1'ru-
d to
4 ireeallting Notw*


27,24! 'L
?15,40k) lt
411,413 i-

l w '. to 1 1 m I n -atlu A i ly k wIkIe l ar a u 1 .
40'. W. WJVCAI i (Aaa. I
tr Use tit's Ilw .At h lay tot A leril. ip e
J 1 4. V t~ % % V\ t a f ) 1 6 0 6 4 '
B~i~lbeJ. W. fialibieeej..i'Afecog.
hinhe WI hAprmd

Aldermase Chesim, ow ~.a

New (Regua r l les)6.. .24
Whete Primary Istery of
U. & .................. .s
erward a& Ism tt's Hlw
tery of Plorbd .......... .3s
Ple%'s Granmmr school
Hltary (SpeelalUMlw). .3
Nler'a School Hitory ao
-ftsMfa ..................
Myer's General History Re
viaed .................. 60
Smith's Primary Arithme-
ti ....................... 14
smith's latermediate Arith-
m tle ...................
Mile'a Standard Arithmetic
(SpeeIl I Ml ti) ....... .t
Mslne's Hlb school Alsebra ...
MlMe's Plane Geomety......
Wetworth's Plane Trigmo-.
mtry .................. 4
Hye's Two-Book Course



Book I ..4....... ..... 14 .
a k II ................. J4 .
Redwayms Natural ltrodc.
tory Oagraphy ... ..... .3 .6
Rdway's Natural Seaool
Go p r .............. .7 1Js
j- Ot -bw
2r-_-- -..... ,m .72 il'
Overt-'s Prm r Physilo .1i JO
Ovefr 's IterImlat Phy.
ie- .................. A
Oates'a AdvauMe Phyal
ta ................... .

Hlmaen's New Writing Book
14 der im.............. AIm
We@oo Primary DiteUon

Websteres Co6m1s School
Disl-ary ......... .. .71
Wetegr's A4onmle Diti-
a ..................... ...

oandvick & ins's High
Saeol Word Book ...... ... .4
Derge's Weemetos of BoUta .52 1.3
Iolermati ftralon ed teahes tin
referece to other hi school books
tven later.
Under the contract t s Mneessary
for all books that are to be exchanged
to be collected at ome place. and that
so exchange price will be allowed af-
ter one year from date of contract
except where children move into the
county, in which case the exchange
price will be allowed for the full
period of contract. Please compare
books you have with the list. and
where a difference is found send
books to John Vldal. Gainesville. with
the amount of money necessary for
exchange and you will be supplll-I
with books In accordance with the-
contract. Do not delay until th.o
olw-nin of your school, as no bono
will be allowed In the lower grade*
not eumbodld in the above list. The"
school law niakes it my duty to se**
that the books adopted are u. '
Permit nw to advise all conerrn.,d
that I hall track the law to the let-
te-r and any teacher's resignation will
i,. ryequesitc d ho allows other look-
to I.w used in place of those adopt-ed
ty. thet board. h onie ha\e dot,'
A 'onilarisnt, i h lric<' for
teNok*, he.retofor, nr ad thwer riuir,. l
uitidl r the Ilre'seiit ciantract will !-i~ o
in a majority of casj-% a i'Aich tiliall-
,er irlc'e.
A r.T:ide.r that hern-toforer c .t ",
(eit.- ctan now be. had for 1.' ce.nt.
Milne's Arithuintic has tbbeen reduced
from 65 cents to 45 cents, and Field's
history from l.os to g5 cents. I
hole that all patrol. sill see that
their children are .upplied with books
according to contract before sending
them to school. J. I,. KELIAEY,
County 'ielwrintendent Public In-



Covens U wil, m k Birwk-
%ii.1; Ir Ii;j te and to-
1estel; west to j'UI4 Ki
ve*'; nn 'Ii to AIs.w', Ifigh
4111 Wor I ,ii&I I etc *I
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Est Fls-M,-aTI
IhiLaq~cstu I



THIl AlADSVILLt SU : MAY 17, 1909



M to bMldhtely aMte eM i

Iby Ve of 13 to 8---mS smk.

TA.LLAAHASKE M,-i i C(.nty
L.atffrmity of text-booiwkA "'i ntheh fl-I
round In the Senate' % I r,.ay wht!
aftur a discussion th .t ;a v trn a.
tlni.' a motion to lid. ''n.i I r,,'e
leone the Mc('re'ar> 1, l v..1 J** w .
by a vote of 13 to X.
Senator McCreary argued strongly
for his bill and advanced many ariu-
ments in its behalf.
The strongest opponent was Sena-
tor Fred Cone. who argued for State
vilformity Instead.
The bill is now on Anal passage an
the Senate, but a vote will probably
not be called until next week. when
nvore of the Seators are present

Senator Cone Io speaking against
the measure. claimed that it Is only
a makeshift He stated durtag his
remarks that the school book trest
has had aits aer upon the throats
tf the people of the State.
"Thi corporatloa Is a erse upon
the State of Florida." e claimed.
"No other corporation resorts to such
dirty lobbying." He charged that aUl
county bls were only attempts to
hold o State uniaformity.
Senator McCreary spoke an behalf
of the measure, claimnl that It
would accomplish all of the good that
State uniformity would accomplish.
He strongly dealed the statement
that the bill Is la the natereat of
r t~' c,ol book concern.
"I am not standing here in the in-
terets of may school book concerf."
he aid, "but I am standing here In
the interests of the school children of
the State of Florida.
"Such a plan has been carried out
In Alachua county." he continued.
"and has effected a saving of 33 1-3
per cent to the people of that coun-
ty. It would do the aame thing for
the State. It would leave the matter

n ite l.ands of the. couitias. It
onil1l l r:|al o(lit!ii '
The emotion to ind'valiitely imitpone lot by a vote of 13 to A. as
Oil(lis' :
Aye's-ludson. Iroo. I'roi Cone. (1-
'-re'ean, leggeett. Micleod. MrcMullea.
N.ays Adklns. Heard. Ruckman.
)a~ i-. Dayton. Harris, Henderson. Humphries. Johnaso, Mo
Lreary, Sams and 8loa--13.
Senators Itaker of the Tweaty-nlIth
%ad Cook paired. Senator Baker vot-
nla aye. ad Senator Cook no.
The further consideration of the
bill on third reading was postponed
natil Monday.

Much of t( afternoon se-som of
the Hose yesterday was t r aup
with the disession of the uilfrmity
3a text-book question. The blU by
Mr. Cam of Marion was thorn hly
diseussed by its author and theo wet
over as a special order.
The Home passed the famles MUl
by Mr. Wiggim of De ambla provrd-
In t that e gopher hall be protected
during the summer moathe. Its cap
tare is forbidde during that Utie.
The bi as pleased by the House.
however. was amended so as to refer
only to Wet Florda.
The meot Importaat memare lntro-
duced wa the Jacksonville charter
eiate Bill No. 3. by Mr. Me-
Creary. to abolish the present munici-
pal government bt the town of New-
berry. In the county of Alachiua and
to establish, organize and constitute
a municipality to be known and desig-
nated as the city of Newberry, to de-
fine its territorial JurIdletio., powers
and privilege., and for the exercise of
aame. was ia~-ed'. *


-peme to Fou m Y --La

DIn picniP at Blue P Te. HerO. a
gia under the grvet oaks. had bee
j~jj~-kj-j d~kB~--- -FhBBB f __^k

'nlarged. making a ideal place for a
The cormencement exercise were
,ouat ameonventional. A sight rise
of ground made a natural stage where
the graduvtin class were seated be
tweea two lase oaks, the yi-er
chilMren belg I a s ai-eele on the
around at their feet, while the other
eat or stood near them, The few
numbers of the pr raml were o t
imnouaced but seemed to follow eah
thr naturally. All the school ing
Florida, My IForida" after whleb
C. W. ladwI gave a anort address
M odmestie d latredneed the
Rev. Mr. Newmas, who, ina faeeMag
and m nma -,ed the
dipbms to the ralu Misses
Grace Hnghe Loa Tats. eOll As-
dersa and Mary Fre. Walter De
well was als me etleed as oe who
would hav Igraduated but r i us.
avoidable abse-e brm sebel the do
last lew wee b who be a so
titled to his dplier wheb he wl
have made up the week.
After the presetattle ef dlspima
a group of Nttle girls eame treepug
In from the woods snaglg a lower
song and crowed the lovely grl rad-
uatee with the Iower they carried.
The prialepal, Mrs. Charlotte M.
Raldwin, with a few well-ebose
words and nl her isally pleasng
manner. thanked the patreas and
pupils and explained her dea of hav-
Iig a simple commenaeeesat la Por
Ida and that the whole thing had
been kept a secret roma the grad-
uates themselves that no elaborate-
one of preparatUo might be allowed.
The diner was a Florida picai



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f su O um' I ft i
I IM-41ea

jTi. He-ait Ii lw'.
Tees.-'.. Ie"-t jill.
Ta-La ide


-l t Alln !
iim l ,.ersj.t lute
07m tit1e17e

i all n Nil n.'ry
'l I*. 'I; \ai'I Te--
-iiAi) A r,;t.6-
ifs pet' oiis %%

Ie-t l I !"- taut,'.
4 .11 08 1 .. '.% i4sll. t'
Anild Tio.-'l yat.
the. YA"Mi -.1

An Lif .~ lot of ( (it
WSt'. sortha Up1 to
$]."A#, all .iri'.-Ott

al '.4is1I at Sv-


Ite a0 l -0 ,11,',
'lay gia~l TirI~ ly

t r ci lj I, i t a 11

NX314 ff."Itiff-116A
Tosek-,, iilwflmd
hawk. nAml lFbrhl
anidl I ut-'lA II

just iln.


17x 4 Utlaases'im
higa..eel Hiack -
Ph- vYalt-ep( Montlay
awarl Tunwday laIr
only ........Se

Thle.-i-i' I)rat' re

lo-t dlaintily triiii.ed in em-
I 'rl,, re irt rilt ai nd .
Pink, light Ilue. chaialiligle
and whlite-$1." values Mon-
day and Tue-sday only. $4.8


.Juit receivedI : large shipnlent
of In;autifully trirmlimI \'lai.-ts
in tin' il liionlr t '* ne'w'est e'f-
ct-, andi they art' ially
prived for I fratiy a'I Ttet--
day iat

4k, k. Ik S1.11
11.31, $1.7. 182.41

17x34 rFringeil Tur-
kish Towels 1.S<
value on Mondlay
and Tie lay n,-
doo4r1 to .......-

pd m urnm Wuim mi mm sum
Nisqll' b)tx Cs.kbratei m D xis 7n aiWhims Desk Vleflaim mr=
7 7 -d N D Lawns-7 l-2e val-. U O- 0b va Un kN hbb f
Palentelti er %od or ironat per
IN.7 ri. a yani ... G..... ft .. .Ji.....
-- ---


"The Iliby-Light Beprtmen IM$ "


1.24N) yard l Lawni, I'rautiful design andH
colorings, thoroughly washailtle and lepeclilatle.
A buy from an overlos ded ianiiufacturet r enal,,s
into miakLe this astionishinigly low price. Tliefe
artn 1t and 12 l-2e values-we offer for Moniiday
auld 'lTue'lay, only, at, the yard,


Clhina silk in teIait, ('Creal,
iuit Blnu, lt a ink, 4 114hos,
IArtllrr, N r (;nw-i. (Gray
allot Blacke, ieee e Algll)N MIAI&Al
Tea.'ulay I

l'aiia and Famnc-y Foit,, To-
kim. Silkv, Tailertas ilke., l'aswy
Tafietsa* cii I(ssiae. 1,4
missimt. ("It~ w Iwamp,'mo jit
aljiprmed l aloric,-sa ala'colrors
%e.-rlla m -14011- Iea ase
Tu.'.iay .


1411 .ll stA ll y carry Ii. larit
pt..,t L ef Ewbast orrm,,aei('ae
I I r.-t I 's II' a lllee-nj at1g -I
Ilia-ert a ea- is, its*- *jowe .-t *-lirat.-
et06. 1 ''is aai4eto b* 5q

Clear o.14,k 4 o f t Iasm ,,.
ijtlsat lIe~ri'la r)
ti st iaiat 1i,10-?1 e %'.v
m aterrs.. AsoI Ji#%ue I1, 'em.
Iiseiaaili,,aat l1111.0'As' re a IA!-
I) seIll equipl 16 top I e rl 4No

Mail kids bFE ab


We now have the largest stock
of .Meln' Negligee Shirts ever
carried in Florida. They are
the shirt that flatters a dollar.
fifty; in plain white, also net
figures and stripee-Monday
and Tueasdy .......... .&

To score in buiines and social
rtalms you must eat and look
a winner. Our garments will
help iiighltily. They are dis-
titlrtly metropolitan, embody-
ing refined taste and creative
skill. ling thle "otyle-right"
iprosniitiois of KLEE & (X).
"WI,, Tailor Ilst in %Ne York." Ouw
I,rOI aig(ePIg uVr Ur' ?pnaf aid Mru
u.e-r i.rwa---Sr'li t o with umrrisn
i iri.ii 1i atU a0I a il>I=


pead&blW am ok

34ach 8trIsod
w~e am adw
Ve y MAd TuM&

- --bi a

Ise m IS i

am al -oodq
--ft vahinMW&

me bn fr31)7adef
rAnd ow on"

Ta. a

Wim* AN Po
amn s ef
ow AMYw1
owl 1.81~d~ci

layr ?tr is ~l.3 1 ca
OMM LM[ U MN LTAKLe UNTA IU h CSCM IT.i rat T rn-we ~l
O u t i Ii I All -ui"'IbaMAt tMCI 08' Tailok. wI *r i .1 T ii sew"
?blaift,. ?e 1i14"JA S 1 si, *-m tl)i- Ok* a.,gIl'ja 1bh111 141 WIAs tm-auIMS #aivi1.a~ suua SaMo ~sy i~i'. %& ":.!) 18NW 7 WtaiI'ara a iwi a" 3k

v al -10-1n1 i irIAN)r ~ e cid). 1tfi1.110-11m'l & "" a r i i. 4* V... I .I A ) I- ity-IMaalem~hm v~aw r a nL a M S u b--
gil 1~sl slay I l I d"1I) Mal ca) aid lI U.. dA ba e. e&' I *'i'v Meimla) % I2 1e.1y fr- M ouaei. 5Ih T wo- T umadal we wi g V a26W
.eahIViceuiaaIwl Tt Is ,s5y. din) t r Id tel TWra lpr 5Ao TMf.TUN I.' hea ie't, 4 lay 51.1 adIm o d* .....



Stare Closes 6 P. M.


1A gretlly ,hhll;t 'd ishipiiKeint


dtaer. Ca. more be sId? ft w
perfect. The prooesee t e pbe
tographer called lor a platter f the
diter table. the scbee, the grad
stlig clam, ete.
After dlner many Ianms wer play.
ed by old amd youn alnk. Mr. Vn.
able. one of the trutee., showed that
no one rold give him any pollmt on
the play One busy al of
Archer amid he id not doe so
much hard work trm year. Many of
the ladies daistlanlshed them-
pelves at lplay mad proved a good
watch for the young wn.
Chairman J. K. Tuten was every-
where about the pounds helpla or
giving direetlas. Oev. leming. the
other trustee, rwa also pre ant ad
did all tI his power to make everyone
have a good time.
It was a perfect day, and may two.
orse team eared the eiowd of
Jdoly. -singing bMre ad yo
ppe- to thdr homes.
The Id elbee beI mmr td di
reedte af Mrs. BaMwIn the m term
ary aseted tyr mi PesPrse Bal
w- ad Miss Mary aI ANeser.
MIny eIprAsle --of approval and
d will toward d tmhe team w
head em ery ad, ti. n the
ople ok a hawt beel em of

Rom l o W111Wso"

hiowm: Pals Iw 11E n&mR m
haWa 1Wawv.ying a a em
T he weI t- .
__ M 1 g







nmaWm a.

Full line of Palmr

Hammock- jut re-

ceved-$1. $1.50,

$2.50, $4, $5, $6.

Geml AIpsi (e

F. W. eDme Pat

-m lait .l po

16 .1 o


--n--- ftdB nd




Tu fUiMrL t II U MAY 17, 901
-au ultll n _______________

*I I .11_________---___----__

4OW raw

-, oft
.S~; ^rr at

II p.-- D -

a 3 wcl
r- .

:':""~ 4p
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A. 4-ab4t

bIL S Vim wIs
aL11mtad e... 0

* 'z ---B^- 1 8be v--

a. M Ms u,. nRi. a
two dme Uamp .I w rno we
W .. he illt attend
S- l l- a s abeo. I thowe
U o ~ao t so ham. a "o
e have my Iess whle heo
is oa wema have bom Woat t-

tfud ft bW mw oweam moa th
Wre. W. w omaa, who s bMes
0oW Illf. 9 U 16, a 00 ISdslow
* I- tilnsm te It slw
am W. L Uams ^ was our da lw
si-fti to t marv sfltY o@I the
a-q~ te -- o at U O. .ak this

P. KUsaM Phibs alVosited his p
--" at Umeath b Tbusisy vouag.

Ima Mises. atd rill nake r
go am Amsy VW4 are visitis the

lor stpmae.
Ma **-k*o ****i* W* abU pl*C In
Q Rml at vU WGaimis. this

Mr. aa nM. N. adU.x and slitt le
. CMvtg, ge a short valie tollk
SM lWomt. Wldo there Mr.s -
doir a OeS.. A.kt. hu
ke ASS rivid to ViIlloms
jWhe r o ru th Wtorks. em
Ol dasmest of C. ia Woodl. Wd
Mr. i i hs I ta lud a powur ed
aOe fa Slde. a(d will make cream
for sipmet-".
Kiss le Smith was shopping in
Oasaevlle o Wsuday.
Mr. ad Mrs. H. Mat ox. ad little
m. Chase. West up to Galmeat, ll
Wedr sa'V Tby r If in their old
Whie rWUgamer. Wht s there M l.
&ads saId It. O. Albrtight. shu I1
j"t lartnlg to rum the White teanll
or. west ever to Nwwberr. which
to a distace ul eighbtean miles. Wed
seeday afttruous h The-y aade Lte
rp over therv la aue bour and a
ha &sad Iboughl t hS whr) S dola4J Au*
,esilderitma either tlati a. .r rust a
t before Thet left %v irwll) 4'4
the returu 1 At 0at :! ." i l th1l4

M. Mr. Mem wanted mwll 5
eulaft lrlt0 obe tfty arit ever
I aIs. a seemd to h11t t

Ol eo ed- both wallits very pea
MlWy m tho bst of a Ul about
males out fWr Otalesavlte. The
paskrg had blows ou t ad they sot
melr viwhat to de had decided to
nbe tb nselvee comfortable for the
nagt. With a pleee of barbed wire.
d after several aassuresfUl t.
te.;.lt to fa M Ge tle otl c4 r on to
S." 3 'ot's rw White Steaaer.
btLla they ItUally r eeded I dola
Mr. Madds proceeded to take the
Id ear with It's two wombegone-ook-
tog amatr chauffers, lato (alns-
We oe m at tos frtunate to
havfth a irstgrade htsh eheoel -
al have se amdl pad. Owtu tv
t hts do e leemt eer-
era sw oem eldeau ed Its yrar'
en re-arday b euag era a vr)
plae day at U ae Pt. After the
Sawed hd -Maod e~der wM
edb nd Iov, .u. N e womas. our
goeftbmli mINiter., with a wry
ImPoie ors rss n d th e aris
eas tao 0er emg hMoies wM
owt eemsloee~d te wrk In or

SOGe&, lab TON s d soll Aades

yw In si sed den to Mrs. Char
- paMwi htbs ur ees t -- aSu
-mmpeMe p~ aith bor dmgb
of. fMm. PMA m aMwi, s the
mlam nmst, sad Ms
e t- he eidru,
-e ~e am --w hvm dess *

't la ft tearl T r our
hw*a all *I tf
IP s air e r t

4mer mote Ud s va t ae d
WAmWT. Tsoa.. Ma l .-The
bures dlgo es"a Id rier who
w"Me bme t Tusmday ao wf ptpas
'a r l t- ee esad t whob wM
sntmd t se dafs toj 1ay Hooeyan a
Satfr J. W. meaose a loe o.o
sesdy eo a "ew trial This was de

Coo kvss d eth me as Mid OWos In
eas e eam eMWthe exs tetw of court.

begm emand other
thea tMEWSsare Oquickyeared by
Pety's mev sad Tar as it moothes
sad hbealk t abm throat sand
ftesemeal tubas sad the most obstl-
ate e ag Lappears. aInsist spos
havtRg the gesme ferok'y Homer sand
Tar. J. W. McColum & Co.


mtam I ws



cInm~ cloh -c Wlrert
"l Pb DL Ain Leftokt~

VSM inAR L lw.we r



a asb.m

onwas Over OSIa M Naisaw

UfIn OM 8071" 1 7F3 lAr
sem wism Smmo s ow cu~rrm
Uslw* b A" s3S. C. Savers
Lat Tea ol r"OC4%& 0
'-"- old "F of i no.L BI
MAd bM m sof asolsmesmfor tarndeed
". busdemmm kb ise.-I.bI..rds.
*u sheMas Ukueiis. s
ptI~a.tmLTfe ITU
4he helsmdem"" saw he"daw of
so" sortmes to w zu te
sh emm ml,: min esnIlete I. Ush a... ui
slow U etiSasea f@MU behredeem"d m
= a as 93. ISm dee wi l eho a
Usheda lt af. ao. a. D. M&
Wow=w a ofbe "mtas Ma" msea)h&
he SiL di &t mFoApwt. A. M IM
&. M. wIvILUm
ad Clerk CS'eut CurIW OAlAeh Co. I1.



Want to

La a wmt *a. g8s.lmt a r
for o--5 ae5Ugy deatn meow
fIr som e lm y fea t


riag t your tame horses sa
m-l md mave UI tmted--ave
tmher tMa exmmteld d harp aor
s dirMI dorIW. LO pro)ctIvotM
et o fa doeere umolr extanCted
Off Iacmdlta Hotel. Phtoa* U.





1o tl 1 l6ar1 M oI8m L laMth Ht.

I Sh.l's r

Quar ................................
e rt ...............................
*** *


Race King Rye
We UIl Urd )f lipre aldd
4 Full Quarts ... .. 4.00
Full Quarts ..........................7
t Full l Quarts ... .............. 11.00
It is superior In every say tu bundri.,l of brauds
of Rye that you will be asked to lay SI :u
a quart for





Cuezaihfaie^ Ry Whidkey
Whiskey Your Phys Ian WIll Not Hesitate

ull Quarts .............. ..............
ull Quart ......................... .... 1

Private Stock Corn
4 Full Quarts, arted ................. ...
SPull Quarts ..... .. ...... .........
18 Pull Quart ..... ..... .i50
I li ii ataer Iha lI no equal fur quality purity
and price.

Glendale Malt

Full Quarts
Full Quarts
Pull Quarts

... ...... .00
.. .. .. .. .. M

It Is 1 re. mwature and melluw

at, '&e town in ll udiaaem ?4' jear"u oIb.i., [r Iu? tu. tIt, it naun. r 6!.441e -at
ash w C qjw ( tar 16, 1`1168 an Ark. raeI1) 1 Ixa-la I 0, ) .1or & Ion-as 4eorit r iip I 1.4- -a t
cirtler SatklI w sill Im spl r u.1. -tit -,It lu .gI,4 ot .

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Under and by virt o as emseu-
tioe tsued ot of the Ctreit Court,
Enhth Judlktal Crelut o Feorida. ai
ad for AlMIea eoeety, at 4direeted
to all sad sdagur the sriffte of the
tate of PForida. 1. P. G. Ramsey. as
bleriwl o Alaehu coauty. Florida,
ave levied upom aad vwilU ell before
the ourt houe door. h the City of
(kOlevillle. Alaebua county. Plorida.
on Mmodav. the 7th day of June. 19I.'.
btltuen theI k*al hour of sale. to
the highest and be-t bidder therf,,
for cash. the follow Inl detcrltld r.
estate. situated and helnK In Alachua.
Saunty. Plorida. towit:
The Northwest quarter of the South-
west quarter and the Bobthwest quar-
ter of the Northwest quarter of See.
24. Township 10. Range 17.
Together with all and slrgular the
temeents. bereditaments ad appur-
teuances to the saie belougla or In
saywile appertanlang.
Said above described property be-
In levied upon as the property of
T. L Pckett to satildy maid exeeutio
In favor of The Dutton Rawk and
agalst T. R. Pckett.
Sheriff of Alachua Couty, Florida.
Attorney for Planttif.

VoaUI1.Oat: (OF NO .TGIAO&
I. toe I Cipr aeds C ot thuilub" C tS
Alielle Oeueo "-Ur. Chemee0-
.'dfstl T NM* Ma V J.Pao.
Jr.. atl-ftra"lmren o fa umn.Orldr
SU "waepesetby ginil appmed"i U t oo mt
111" ll Theeh A10-intSEO4 easNs dh"tJ-.
ro. b%. r and J. Pof a"u". twe Uheesle
satmi th I es ued. aorr* ma roube of
astdt f1@1 Fimdsan md ,te lodd. atm i f ie
wsmt*of Gaw Ihaei, J sa iJ rt. 3 .r-M
1h a to Adel. crwba. "A J. v Veatb i a
rredM slof Coc. Osel med am we In Oerw
dse we otflweetJ- cIa yse ars; Sa"e 9ftm
pemwo to the Rtte aeeupnabhmminvrtems o
bee ss waou dMd ail df60 Iae0 90I Is
asewove wer" at rll" soft nol edm
&fmieatbs Ie84d shry ureere reodi
appeurs he t ieM eOfC auss93M a "isd93
gmw S or hrI. U b lt. e othl day
ime A. Sw ml, tborwle the
dosiofmal@ MU IDV6111he Sbllnaes ameAiem IV
Ii bs vra h er w eiered That eder~heiu rdL*
t go .me a weekfur ae ...meUfttv
woeba to I" 93 asf. esm Sea. aa ww
PaM~bed 9to 4 MsuatY and State
S. WI WORS. C(leak CCir"S Csefl.
A tue0 0" of .rl~
Iiva'l a % N WXI CIe'kmkItokCeat.
T b 'LU- -. JR .-lAr fi (40 m plesmat
IN t'e (hir*t 6kCe. IIHt JuileI Cheig
3 inmsam 19351. vs Lantern. Kirl--1
iera ot fPaubiaeaLa. Mfor Diavesem.
It appr IIe by a ld ieageid e11
5smi t hoC Mrs mated so m emLeavens
K'l'er De. the Ibee W h frb wmY a I
ae-rs tof &bt tae Sate mo lImF .. h-ut Ia
4scas of Mes Clair o Sakasab i 110 Usibe
redes "far the (I' lSeae 93 lee Sta te
of Geeua ard Mhss therv Is a.. petowe
0he swase of Florida tie 0triler ef a shpeems
eves whom would hd mis Mdef*WMKi. aed
"thgea Ihn93ever t9eW e .f swess, .e00eura:
ft b there a sods vebe&sholmd memreals,
defeadaabe s oed 0e Inheir. hrbreered S4,
"Wpar st th ae of Celalpt la" onmad
0 times as or efo e Monday. h 7To am
ouf Jume. A. D l eiherw.e she M ime
ie of sal I billwill be 1abe. Ma fee
by m defenstaanI.
Its IsfeUr ordered the iMorear be pub
be heo awe a wee*k for four eassocad
wefat is The UGiamville Som. a mews.
apat pqbumhsd Inm s"g Uany aid State.
U. Y.WI INUES. Clerk Circiu (tu-n
11 r N CUKV L t. c
A tre coPC P Y I lai
jeal] S. .V WILN4I41 Clerk ireult Coun
wh Us ('CIEr1ia D C.
W 16 1u1LAO aokottlw aUr CAMPIalWt.
eas. LAW A O 4.W U A.
N44SO O3 berebY utica tthat I errguwoa. of Tax Ccrtificat eNo. w4. dated
tbe ?'th dew of A .rIL A. D. I. L
b.&% u.od vaid ertelcatoe I my oliaec.
and bas ad. ppllcaaUte for tm asdeed WoJo
ae- in w ouaue wib lmu hold cerioate
em tnme" I.h efoklows .r'bed prowrU
of--vsitpiri 4 A'cehiia rorsety M~wida. tdowit.
2. 4,) 1. It w FiliC % g .Iathon to raO,,
the L I.." v 1r I -f cb eel t cat inr In e baD.o
01 J it hrchouih
I's tb561 certillke sti &hall Iw reldeemd as
cordlnw to -aw. Lta xdee dil k noine etaes as
the OlnWdo) of June A. D IS ib
%i tarn sy uimclai uLas ture se d bca this
the hil4Aj of Mw3. A. D1 IWu
si.H WIre.(.iNtS
ipd Clerk Circuit Court A lchus (ti Vi
By M. % (*H.'.EV' D. ('

VMI) VN I 1IV.K 1%FXTlt., r O (v IiATrrr
ew. LA %% S SoF UWYA
Notice 93 bereby glven thagt ILE Coa"er
.urebawr of Tax CerlIca. No 113 dated
the 41k day of Nep teim r A It i.. ha Wed
said erUtae S In at uoe.. c ad n aa hmae a" -
pl'c tim fr tax deed to ILaue In aeopstarne
with law said certfccae rmsbram the fol.I
lowiad described twrprlt mstuated in AlIab
county. Flrida. towil
Isua. or *a4se. It. Tt it. s Rip 4o tr.
Ta. Smid saWd W affamt matd &the tate JA
thin 1MiA&Mee f mu O cm enrtlaw Is thesa m l
IMeifttB C 8 bbim
mal satw errkate UsabU be redeemed a.-
eaWdlr to Iaw. as teed Wil loame Utereo am
hsda1114 Y Of JA 0. A. DUOI
Wttiev mm oy al m stua. anmeal ew
MWtIhAedayaOf May A D )Me
a. MI. WISKO".L~i
pI Clwrk Cemull Court Alaaoha CVw. ML.
Oft a. C'HIM". D C

i...Cmvl Eagimser old Surejer...
'r.'e"MPL astesISOS to oIl bee m.
ojist. dimn door lSom oa Themmhs
P. U. BDa 1m aslasvllle.Ir is.

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lils. WIaqS

Service Isi .rpaed in tIU livwry line.
BHtter try n on "Ioard quaption-the
most rcomnplet and up-to date atabml
in the .nmth.

Davis & Oliver

"Green Ribbon"
The Wlskey thllat MtAle t's uanUo
Full Quart ....................... ..S.
Pull Quarts ........ ............... .. .. .
Pull Q art ........... ..... .......... .. .....
the igtbest cass pure mediciaal hblakry ou tih
market at Ie a quart




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lyv P. H. RoLFS
-- Floridi .A\ricultural Expxrinient Station

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Usually the rurt mit, Icoeet not occur In a grove later than the middle
of July. last year, hoit, \r. It contlnued to work vigoromuly late In the
fall. and In some grm,\ .s 1 late a% Into Januar?. causing bright fruit to
ruiset even water It had I..- olic, ril|'. l.a-t spring al al -uo 'xcepli(tonal In
regard to the actltit.,- ,. thi. little, w:t. Urdinarili it i;eid Ighe us no
contemn before the' n it.d;., t \.au. ManiI of us. heoweier. 'were unpleafantly
burjrlred to fnd that ti.,. i rt.. of fruit had behn greatly danimacd by it
Before the first of MaIs.
How to Cetect Rust Mites.
The rust mnlte Is the isnilltiet animal Ielonging to the spider untle family.
A single individual cannot ti' Fe oln by the ordinary eye. Nearly every one.
however, can detect runt mitets ,b the unalded eye whe they occur In
ountleas numbers on citrus fruits. as they are likely to do some ilme
during May. They may 14* detected on the fruit by a very delicate IIlbt
coloring, as If the fruit had been dusted from a roadside. When this lanca-
splcuous dusty appearance ocwurs, one should use the hand lens to determine
whether this condition is due to dust which has arisen from the soil. or
whether it Is due to myriads of rust mites on the fruit. f it is found
that the rust mite is present, this I1 a signal for Immediate action..
How to Preven Rusting.
The rust mite, like other spider mites, is extremely seasltive to sul-
phur compounds; consequently we have a cheap remedy t almost all kinds
of sulphur fixtures. The most elective, and at the am* time, one of the
cheapest, is the sulphur spray, made of sulphur and causte oda. The lime
and sulphur mixture is also very effective. Only two quarts of these sul-
phur solution are usually needed to forty or afty palloa of water.
A les effective, though somewhat cheaper, method of treatlag rust ite
is by ea d of owers of sulphur. This is a See powder of brimatome, sd
may be applied by a powder gn. Before the invetlon of thoe powder
guas. people treated citrsu groves effectively by throwlag handful of
powdered sulphu Into the trees. A mixture of powers of ulphur with
about three prti of air-slacked lime is a little more easly applied, and
stick to the leaves better than the sulphur aloae. By mixing the lime
with the sulphur the workmen are able to ee what parts of the trees have
been treated, and so to do the work more thoroughly.
The dry Isecticldes for rut mite have their dltadvaatags, however ,
In that they should only be applied when the tree are m et wth dew.
lu a large grove this requires much night work, to whlih mot laborers
Other form of contact Insectlclde may be aed mar or o lees etvely,
but should be avoided unless one has In mad the double Irppoe of do.
stroyla rust mite and scale Insects at the same time.
A grove that is kept thoroughly Irrigated is not apt to be badly affected
by rust mite, since these mites do not endure a moist atmosphere. It is,
however, not safe to rely upon an Irrigating plant as a preveatve of ra
etlag of orange.

Negro Murderer of Sheriff

Langston SentenceC to Hang

TALL.AIIARSKE. May 14 --On trial Sentiment in that part of the county
for his life. Mick Morris, a negro. whlch was Mr. Ilangton's home has
l. al I g ii llit' to the ninnrdlr of W\. .Le*.i n i -roingly agaiutt any delay In
.%M Laiig t in latle .l riff f of 1i 1 1 l ai landing oul hl- it uri l'r, atil
cIIIII ut -I i rr: *-tiirn her'c. c.row di of
Thi's inegro. whose fI;i' ha-.. li,.'.ii 1 1 .i~, rei.< ld aibllt dertriiariinill
ti -it. Io of Io u n u th l iii i.t itl t- 1 .t l .L iullll.% i I IIa Mlitild It 1; '>
the 4 itiz'lil of this cou('iti \ sllllt a i ,l' I
lpa;-t tou li itillti. % a i n l i t h. .l a t-, ;tlx~a i t l<. i a '.

Sl;I'rt he II It 10 II c ali ,I lll :.: .l .- i. I II- I, i ,
IIl- t.:l'ti lir.' I ll' t lilt < '(; i' : .< ;li i. l.. ll i' t e i
.l.t, ;El.. iit al\ w ,' k .lk#' "I I. l.T. 'I .. 1. I i, 1- t'.i; ii, t. liU e it
J' I l l lljli.(l It' tI I Kll t t. 1i 1 ll I ,i -t : aI I l.i..riiat ;.it, I'l.I(
;t-.i t h11111 ,i ) Iii W .a -, i ',,r* I 11 1 t:.< fior. gillaH f;. t-I a; k t-li
t I* :lm ha t e, .t)t ao. ttttl ii % e'
)I. l' -t, llair taaI i.4, -h,,tl a a! iR i I. l l ts 4'44 IlIi fleiC tiih (i',i
I :, ', th l r t li ', l ,, ,, + l \ I, l il "l h I i

,!, ilh le hivii- If .,,rro,, ,i r 4 t I ., .-i t,.I I t I i s ei ar ftor ti,. i lhblia
., lit (,' gi te 1i t I, i '.t.', \!' lt *IAII -hi .Lat o im t r .-->iiiI fromfit tlh
lie aili l pl aile uil IIi l.i I, r i r I' l, i or I-hiou tl f.t iti>i(.>i .i tIhai
SII Il o u it u denr ilin li fir-t de gre. %% c ii! .-rN* Io t n h'-ft hli- diaffec-'t, d
v r.-utlpo Judge. Malollit altbhout re- c:1ti'i, i ijuslita.' %oiild I, tl ,:i4.
I r inlg tith- ca'i e" t it h Jurx. prot a- a lil1l aisb i" C aIO l-t.llat-t ilah tih.
i iic't.d against hli Ithlr d.aih di l deriatid- f d niI(.lte and ni.ri %
l -, ,ilc. t(;ct\t'ol rair Ili hr-t lrrom li d Ito
rThe unfortunate, ne'gro had relfus.-d take. lth imattler ulide.r audit. mnt-itl
offtr uiadte by Ithe court of *It- anid a;k,.dl that a comirittelUl of rsi. s'- ioulilt'l for his de.ft.-iite. \ldnt Itom Ithe. de.l.eation. should
1 e.mectlling that a full conftes-lon aiit i:ilpo him lu n t lh'- *'xciuit fflli
Siuld lain fur him wionr cIle-"llic'it it4 I the*' aft-'rsm ThereT the. matter
n:id the unlooked-l fr h. v.rlit of the. was e'xhauntilI-ly discusie-ld and the'
t-.iaittence' brought altmut a comitlilt-' -iteInalitIe- ianl ass-ured that the sena
1 Ia i('l coliale' I'A0. 1er 1ould be' carr itd out within
I h i ,a l co llal i*^ t Ili *ll il t* ( rrl,.d ou l **l h lli
For two nights lipat thIl- i h.riff lhirt l day-
and citelllns hau. t'e'u on thilt' alert --
to ipre e-tt a huichtlig of *l ic 109 1 The a ooe Gfr etmag arWIs.

Boy Accidentally Shot by

Play-Mate Near Lake City

LAK CITY. Ma 1.: \ tiur Sael
I, r. tL' 13)ear-old suit of *' it SAl
r. Assistant StteU Auditor, war ats
tidentally shot and seriously sound
-d yesterday afteruooo about 4
clock. by his playmalt, INck Mar
hal. The boys were out t l ili ake *
1shlnl and In souMe nL au-r the hbam
iurlers gus lI tahe hands *f Ith Mar I,. t illil < d ,oate-i t ei
< ri i t.' S.ti.lll I t > ie ludeolli l h,
just 1e. eo, ttie ribs on the rilht i id,.
IlmaiiiSg se riourn oundi
I, lh bll ) relatli' e wer' at ocliCe
itiotnd anid Uirdical aIttentlon tu a
renderd land tht. bl) is l a s rirus
c'.ondi itoii 'tutl ht'e'" arte till enter
! .atle.tAl f.,r r. \. ,ry


SP. C. CA Member r Endeaving
toSt"pCru lty o Animals.

The niem1rs of the F' C. A
hate gone to work in earnest afte't
the violators of the law In regard to
dumb animals and already threr
caes have been docketed and cmnict
ed for offenses of this character
On Friday Judge Mason had before
him llob Walker. a neftro who had
mistreated e his hor.e, and he w.r giv-
-n a fine of lo, and oet*, or thirty
Iays In I|rimsn.
Sam Engllih. who had a horse that
could scarrely move. wa' Ile'n I1,i
and costs or thirty days. but allowed
to o goproidtld he' would feed and
properly cars' for the animal and not
work it for the next thinrt days.
Members are vigltant and will soon
coaaarea a movement t t take the
animal and care for them and make
the owner suffer the loss of their
stock and pay the 1ne If the prac
tkce of abuse Is not discontnued.

D It 0Mw.
Now Is the time to get rid of you
rheumatism. You cab do so by apply
lug Chamberlaa' I ailment Nine
case out of tea are ia ty muaclar
rheumatism due to old or damp. or
chrome rheumatism. and yield to the
vigoro" appli cati o thd liaim t.
Try it. You are certals to be deoiht-
ed with the qll a r e whict i af-
foeds. SoM by a dggists.


Will e Held at Mtho SM eall Par

SSaturdays Dafly Sun:
The colored Sunday school of the
city have combined to have a Mbi
day in this city next Monday. whe
.ey will give a grand union plcnic
at the bas ball park. and propose to
have plenty of fun and amusement for
all who attend.
The program as arranged by the
committee will coasist of wack race.
hasket ball. wood-ctting contest, bat-
tle barbecue. and other amusement
for the pleasure and delight of all.
Rev. T. H. It. Walker, who has been
successful in engineering the scheme.
together with the committee, prom
ises the colored population one of
the best times of their lives and at
the same time will save them the
extra money that would be spent for
car fare and carriar hire.

A lille

Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish
when you're blue, bilious and out of
sorts. There Is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver complaints
constiiatlon and dyspepsia. BaJ-
lard's IHerbinc Is mild. yt albsolutecl'
, ff' Iper bottle. Sold by W. 1Johnson.


KA\. % I ( ia i ( *. !
I N orl I'-al i 'l iti r lroke r, e ace Uas .
olf wiiii 11 lio. Ii ,. i, .i 1 itlllil r ii
N Itll. 1 IlI l .ilili- .l11- i, iiih l lllii.
'",- H i' k -litl ( '..(i an. l liiitui 4 il
I -1 hi to i.iit % IIil1 lth l ii ll te .4 S it
* -t-rTalay astt e ii 1 o t\o >e- .r- lii
th I e'n i ral ltat i.r ) II. i u.- ir'e ifli ill\
t larrged with oelia uira itaiiri.-y froit
1Mr.N Cai rr-' lillaiiitli a aiiilline'r, to%
I t ort' ellt i-eT'. I ThI .i1ate e'111( s. 11i
' a!.. |r fit ttic ~jia-iat rieeIa l
li(t4'ed ar l il*"' Ill.l lilHtlll i,'-114llo

A Card.
This I to certify that all drugglatl
are. authorized to refund your mour,
if Fol)y's Hloney and Tar fall ti.
cure your cough or cold. It stops Ihe
cough, bhals the luiel, and prevents
pneumonla and consumption. Coo
talus no opiates. The genulne Is In
a yellow lackal I. W. McCollumu

I.AI'IlN:\I. l C(. May l14 -J loIUk
ij lrelij. i'iulln tr of it hl Ikniur.-a l
C'isi Cd) i'oiali)as,5 L. I t la rt (light
.1 l01, i. t.alll ) I) ilk k L.< M.I just It'
II.' I lh I .rfior'ii i e. at the ouiera

ui1i as a Ial v, oe' !f H(ullla. a III.

If you desire a clear complexion
taI. l'ole,- t Orlno I.aatlle for con|atitu and lii-r trouble as it will
ntlUiulAte' thecs orgaus and thorough-
ly cliauise )our system, which is
wha' e'er',ullia urndsl i Ibte spring IL
order to feIl well. J W. McCollum
& Co
U ts priated atakery ye wast
The Su ocee A the tP o pt s L 1


Removing the symptoms i not ad hat is nec rrc o cmu Co.
-bu BtloodPion. The iruent milr Whh prode us ou-
ward manifctatio mat be drven r I th blood b i
relre e can be elcsd. The li lin left in the cirledlom
sooner ore, ~Ua a h ahu, b h outbre of the troub, with a hid.
eom sympeom o fuloeraedn mouth and Idut, copper olmred sroI
Adii heir, sores and udoePr, e
tpns lo Blood Pois Is ite moIt trmaderu on of d--.
Maom before dhy ruea is
psruMw, because eis m Me -
symptomt is usudly a Oft
sore or pimple soc m I

co. But he ilous
poion is work on de ood
id i na ori whlt e pe-
deI ltdB he m a orl ci i
steasd fom head to foo.

Il~e Mood Iof isd ( trc- -M

dn dad d ba I ano *k dowsleL
t IO rimsun. Mll-
liMtb d IWi Choi&

Sar a atoonk ndu ,a
whemSYnd id-d wes UM

had onybeen dith u e o

S.i hwlha nnd dotieu ItiS
ave te tat of Maum foir t r ouMb S. 5
p mandently n I nut dos wtn a *

evr ; miun c o t po mo m

t Il who write.
f kes the drculbion peo
and heath, Iand doen n

is made entire oy roof hcrI" Old bwt on ofe V I
i7 OWd deasins in ter nwtore. It doewVA MaH g g --5b
mineral in any form l iaju thed ddle-o---ro do spsa
S. S. S. will Wso drive ow any anbri- 6rwirf __|_J1
dht may be in d bloodfom L te w 005s -r wit. i
frin& with Contaoom Blood Po&ton S S' S ,r c ws me" baa-oa
wiU Purify your blood. Home restuent book and mry ruiedkl avO
freM t) a who write.
2n $W"r IpInC co, WiuCEM 00.


TRENTON. 8. C. May 14.-Peter
Coates. a negro. who on Tuesday shot
and se.rionsul wc iuitd d It A. Jurdani
Svlilt. It l '(t-. r, i.:ar .lohist'ni. I
It-li .. d o 0 i r 1 ii'ilt ieI li a sU aS i ;
lis : i I I I I :I 1i. that Ih ill
I I .. .
*a'.i !'hI .lic l cll IM, now nald tI
,> i '. ,.,< *' te l r coi r'I)

If ti ant :il to f el we'll, look well
.and br we !!. ItktLe ok-y's Kldnet
Hi A.I'Il. It tfrit i tp the kidneys and
bladder, purlfies the blood and re
itores-' health and strength. Pleasant
take and contains no harmful
*Ir.av' VWhy not <'eoIniience today? J
HA MiC>llen & P('E

Or. keo. S. Waldo


Nv Family Ikeausi Pla asaiw

limb Wek at a asy l re-
deeWst. k pM y"uto iWus

ptets. a : :wet
Crew:. uiiip w

Graham Building, East Mia
Street, North. Phone 51

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A P&w~&umwast imC


Jiwlrs Ni Stiocia



Let Us Keep Yur momk fr Yu

Ph efr ja liebread pour sheik l psn s
Phifer Dro. Dan ~rs

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bm ft day wv ttlg the-w
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juat a little lilto yv will
gu Will u4.

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L N. ebmas of Iadlm, a broth-
r I L Oshmas of tMw et. hma
- Ifts wg s ms the st Oew
& Op l -eosnm *- the

- w M wlitg sr etaaher
mw m d -- hLw. -e rn.
w4oM be Wh.sotse OWr mto=&
we bt o rt Mr. Cuabmassl tw
nr a C omea las l, whd wi

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Mnh'a Ol wAM VU WO

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(s. Urof M WINNpV listed

Swa 6 ses wO cmre msmy
am of C h ml fNver. r Prims 3.
MMr. J. W. Cear tt has sretured
from a shot whtt to eleds at
Hery Stokes. the watrmels m
A Misaspy. wlas trmatsuag bus-
:ees La the city yesterday.
rsats CMUI To ats o guaranteed to
a. ehl. fever. oed std tagripp
to ee Ihe.Sold by W. M. J tersa).
MrsJ.. W. Clark of HiCd h pring
tlrived In the city yesterday ou a
'mbe aad usroesst and pleasure trip.
W. etroer. one of theo r Dm. C-
ants of Roarhelle, was here yesterday)
looking after some burilaesa matters.
C. U. McClenMy of Cadillac was a
rlbter to the city Saturday. He
1 t-t the crop of his sectal are
l:e and prospect are stood for a
ise" yield.
W. I. Yocam of W-seblstor. D. C..
arrived In th city yesterday aad
will speA the Wseat several days
re ltittilag his parents, Ir andd
UMr. W. P. Yucuu.
k:-Sherlit L W. Femell arrived In
I< rity yesterday to spend iday
tere. He states that hit farm Is
uokiug Se. but that hik secUu Is
'mdly l aeed of rain.
KR K Hufman has reteivced a :ertun-
itleaii appuintlnlllit' as tiiu r cruiser
rumi the (;. u rul lnd Offlce (',,II
,llh'usLr and Itwu. a*sigLned to the
nIIld d4illio of this cit).
1( S4 llr.thJl ol \\%;% .,1- .l.i '.'I a A in
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soft. aet that

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P9r~I'- -- heueg -w
Ma- miii 3. rLA. Oea
~~aw of o. ppreredvo dti-
of of aw snow

Lo fWot. cprom
mEWtohim of tee but fed. was
waasetvmbes m The ity yesw
won?. so -oon so sew"solsi
No- in sad @ I la
IP. OL Vl4t nw i ethe
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-omeis "w arom n m
a I npo"tsof the

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INSftmmba woo b m- mbs~
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lb ft 4" phomi wVuh th

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A& bed= thdwemft Owher

04 lb" Allb b a mr rC f -
dmb- Ow do mW nowd watId
Up a e.5.Rd.w inu
I womw-

MdmbwE e pwee
A, W 0 as4 s was is
lauur e is oba form-

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bo, ho" we a"I"t

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Worth $4.O.
White, Liht Blue, Pink
(8- window)

Tbh bet to had for prices

Perfect fitting

1,000 yards Linen Torchon
Edges and Insertions, w'th
up to 1Oc yard-Monday
only ................. 4dt


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Mms. W. T. of Al sca arrived
In the ety yeste y d win speed
the mat few day here vilttin rt-
tTve. has restly _eturmd
a a viii to West PUrMa. were
s wm the wg t f he late him-
bad's panrets.

IEm au wme as

Values thart cannot I*

1k a, 2 k

(See window)

Extra dSpe
50 dozen Won;ten's Gauze
Vests, tare neck and sleeves
-a regular 10e value-on
ale Monday and Tuesday
at k L. hIbl M Is whi

See the
Colors ec
stylish ar


121 Ik. I.
ro and green, very
id pretty.



Former CitUs of Gaineeville Dies
at bay Sasayer Thursday.
Prrm atrda' Daly tan:
The remalas of the late Jame Par-
due, who died at hla home at Bay
BRmlcae a Thurddav arrived In the

M rs. U 'nT .. -as r -.. .... ... .
ed from a al-weae' tay at Phbl& city FrrtM aftmaMs aad were taken
delpla, where she aI s been aader to the home of ahs son-l-law. N.
treatmat at mo of the boepLals Wells. North Galnesville.
there.' She has bee gratly Improv. He was aboot I6 years of age. and
ed which b gratifytg news to e aup to a few years ago was one of
:aueroua friends here and ele, the most prominent and successful
w e.I vegetable growers of North Gaines

W. K. Waita sad wife of Hawthorn
were am og the shoppers I the city
yesterday. Mr. Waits ha only re-
estly bseeo- a besedlct. having
been married last Tuesday In Jack-
sonavlle. and his numerous friends
throughout the county extend con-
gratula: e*ua

Will Ge to Micanepy.
The Ganlesville Vaudeville Comn
pany. under the management of Mr.
Arthur Alien, will give a one-night's
performance at the :llcanopy Op r
House. Micanopy. on Thursday. May
:". h

This company recently
a large audience at the

lwlit %ed (%#
Newrr Ikilrd

vlle, but realilang the many advant-
ages aforded the truckers on the
East Coast. took up his residence
nl that part of the State
Deceased was well and hearty u,
to within a short while of his death.
which was due to heart failure. and
the news will come an a great sur
praise to him nunierous friends here
tiid .e l e- here'.
The funeral arrangernenlt have not
been announced but it It thought that
the funeral will be held oomontlimi
during Sunday, announcement of
which will be made later.


Theatre la this city. and It wat :;. .lames
general opinion of those who wltnetS.- hou ed the performance that It was one North
df the very best presented here hi, 230 o
season. There are many very funnu the Fi
situltlous during the run of the pro tf"i 'e
duction and the participants handle The
their respctlve roles in a manner tfrw
that would stajmp them as Irofea deceas

The amusement loving people of
Micanopy may rest assured that the
i-rfurmance mlll prove well worth
of their latronage and thlatl Ih -how,
will be all that I., claimed for It


Seven Jewel Ten Year Gold Case
Watches Given Away.
Read the following that L. A. Jern.
gVn A Son have to say regapding th,
watches that te Nc Vork R.clt
*a giving away eve y b.atu aJ)Y cevC
"Th*s *s to ce. tify ti ..t ,j.
eirn aied inc v..tLac t I

Awy'y evely &at U, 4
PP.1st brb.& I-d u t,
ta rej,#cI .AGOc I
rs Ia. 1 it l it A C t 1


wall C
In char
'" **l ,t
to atte

Funeral of James Pardue.
Sunday Daily Sun:
funeral twr~ ihe of the I
Pardue will be held from
of his son-in law. N. Wells.
(alnesvllle. this afternoon


'clock Rev. I. Rogers of
rst Haptist church will conduct
r% tces
pall-bearers will be selected
the old Confederate veterans.
ed being a member of Stone,
amp. and the remains will tw
rge of the Thouas 'ndertaklng

ads of the family are Invited
,nd the senwriev at the home.

Muiay SpecII


Worth double.
S)me neatly trimmed, oth-
ers tailored effects.

Si n" n

In Household Furnishing4.
Sheets, Pillow-Cases, Table
Linens, Towels, Napkins.

50 dozen Jap Fans-very

neat -at

I adt khui

Worth double.

11fhIK PITT=hU

Mahal Arnew Geft Another.
fiProam aWm 'a Ilstr e: *
Marshal Arnow Saturday arrested
another negro charged ulth cruelty
to aalmals. Chas. lliott. who was
driving a horse that could barely
creep and looked as If It had not been
fed for moths, was arrested and
tried before Judge Maman. who Sned
him $6 and costs. which was paid. He
will be compelled to properly feed
and reet the animal for the next

Typewriter ribbos for sale at this
acee. The beat on the market. Only
eventy-ive eats. All colors and for
4a oa all standard maebies.


F)Ot SAl.E-Duroc Ilsei. $9 each. L
Ii W illi. E in ,tOin. Fla.


MI1Hit & SON. St PI'vteralurK. Flu
We' waAit *'KK '. |Ilults%. %Kcgtilable
and Irust Are in touch ith the
cryt bent luarketc of the South
WANTEDI Cautmloujie iand ijeach
pickerl anid pake,.rs at the (Grif
inC Florida Orchard ('o' orchardi.
Komoko Fla Make aplication te(
(riffing Forida Or hard C' ..IAck
iooville. Flia

QUICK RK8TORATIVE for lost man-
hood. Satisfaction guaranteed ur
money refunded; 50c per bottle
Sold by W M. Johason.

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No infated values to offer you at reduced prices, but High-Class

Merhandise at the lowest possible price.

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