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:


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).

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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
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N" 11t,&r~s And Ipts of 1-41ju

the Iott'.aaelty tile ud & I *"it ties
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W.soesber. MLJams.asehet
whe bI a p=Ub rater advanced
a year.

Mis Hattie bg&& hof Tacoama b
s mmug the visitor, to the city.
(e. C.". Mccley sai&ad daugb le
df (Cilil weft visitorsto the City
Jam. Crozim. ccusnty surveyor. ot

Mr.( sr(rad bis.L bli Mclormltk andr

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in tbi@ Mores mIw. They r gwaod
inom (JIb Lkm aw t s iwna.
Why gbwialdst 706'- Mn Ma

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10 aim wquoly d tMe .. I1f Ow i 1t 12and15c qslity Linen"., in
x3 ErK lI ZN-This mu's white anmd jI the de-irble colrs; ery
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regular 25c value.

Children's Fast Bl'k
LIe HoW, a 25c
value for....... lie

40 =a 50c BitMe, Lrawn L Lace and htwoma, val-

ad Cpa, --v s up to ua up to 10 and 12 I-2c yrd

50c yn : : : : : : : -pel aMo. ad Tuea. Td

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lt Tebml rem ed l her hem

IL IL Mm ah am Idt sem of
p-m-e2 wesfI s the e yeserm-
by m nw to WIndeer whu theQ
Wl -spd lidy wirt relativs.
W. J. WaiMs Paflrbaksa oem a
t" eM ide""aw n telt seam- M
"m tieMdug bowe inn the city
yesterday Uad meeting hism DuAerous

Mil JeILa bIch. who has bee
attedlf tS mteo tl'lverity for the
pt term, rewtwd to her oe here
yetesmay much to the del!gbt of her
sumerous frlaeds.
Misse Mary Cannon and Anale
Taklur, who have been atteadiln the
school of Mls Malgie Tebeau here
for the pas term, returned to their
homes at Rocky Point yesterday.
H. M. Cbtty has oome to Denmark.
S. C, to be presentt with hi unule
for a few days. the lattu r being i<-
orit-.e itl a ,.r)> -ti.u4leb (uidition and
arT are eUtrtalned for his reeov-

M. Venabk- of Arthb.r was n the.
cit) yebttrucd). lie state>> that the
Archi r ('rate aind liasket Couimany.
if el.kL hbe is th-e nmaanilgr. are do-
LUUI aU *&tteUo i i atLe bualluvbs and
are vilt.!'jli Ihelr giMxd. to all sew-

(. A. Leach aud fausily. lihu ha-i.
itelu nakiLin CJatuel*sille thei-r houri.
for the 1pait he-veral Ilontlhs. will re-
uliov the cruninug tweek toe Armatrto,;.
i, whlh Idlace they will make.
th-ir future bour-.. It tbeinag Ii rulri t
the business (if M1r lkh*ac'h
Ir. ArisuurougL hL pmrl(e rd Ila.i..
awuderful cuiec in nervtou ai.d
f trlulu trouilu t. tIhet drugle-s -;,-
tetiln 111* ieit I imit t( IGallt,,-s ille. .
lue-d'i Ju ii t hill 4neIlt at hl '
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2 to I ot Ima; g ialtr. rudWe
bbaeL. *er pe ts. staamdat
nrt quality. or tll nlat atlmo
write Oress MaaitaterlaC Co.,
JackmaTvtli. ia.

AOR 8ALE OR LEASE-The owner,
IMr. J. 0. Alvarez. having retired on
aecomat of Ul health, the store
blldlan aad Sea Island cotton gin
mery occupied and operated by bLi,
at Stake, Fa., for thirty year., ,rt.
now offered for sale or lease on
favorable terms. Itulldi:,gs cousist
of lstre Z;xl)m fIe.t. two torliea. li-
cated in the heart of the bu.-hiems
district. and a twostory brick gin
bouse onl iauie lot ,'1 feet from
stuor. Mahlinery consists of oun
gasoline engine. two new double
roller Sea Island cotton ginL. one
grist mill, one rice huller. h)draulkl
I.uilpa and cotton preb. hElectric
light aid water work5 throuxhoul
gin house and store. Starkc Is a
i i :rous and grow lima toint ot
,'"l'" nhabitants. a -1 lo i..:, a u
a :t( A 11 arktl and i.- th, traicde .-ir
tur of the great llatifrlt I oujlt\
strath rry luduatr it. tipL>or.
tunity fur a ii.e-rnluliat ianl
cotton b>u er. No (colet.itilon. Ai
ply to Paul E. ('Caova. Stark.. Flu
Q'ICK RF8TORATIh\ for lost man
hood. astisfaction ;uarauteed or
money refunded; 60c er bottle
Sold by W. U. Johnson

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eximert to elrete-t jlZ walt tir 4tl-

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*****sK:AI.%IKt I.I.K ,r.1%: MAY 1, 1909

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saw I*ldoeWI Iwt 00
St-tm whIbch aved the DUes
d hbi i p sarty la the iast
jF -Mi dI the year 14. The aa-
a thea feed.ooL Colaumbus,
alm- that a o Mpe was dae, told
them IaGd was anary became of
dher -1 --1Xy. sad would take
Ot of the moae. The ma&
i th natives saw the eight
reAhad to their stare-
ma oaunt mt their hoDeast

Iin blg bhack their &s .
S bi it bask iNs she at -

.I seUs as@=e"e of as ecipe*
a everedin g the tomb ao a
lsle empe rh. The date bs rI
Mb r ebr'nglasJauary 29.
I$ u .C.

A Mapp Pher~
la tamd i a oad soe if hek
asa to vab the eeo r every allat with
a r ayg habyr. Moaesa Abay Eitzir
rw make the chilo weN-oalth it Us
wavp diW h- b ^y^. -MrW lo w
a. Sa ar aeI ered b Boels sad
S -- t- eettg bao te
"ms gLMemo tho tme tn. oa the
Pol" 36 m wlas Per bar"Ca rlg.

ow W. Jobs".&
AggagaM Orop Greweors
OR wees" so te MOtlsI of the
PIMal Omrag Growers' Co veamtto
to be hel at Twam Temday. Juae
l the A C. L sad. L rsilwaya
m advertsian rates for tJi occa-
aog.o a re t plusS eOt Thi
wiU aged all who are iterested a
op Wta- t at attealag ad bear"
tha rt a the ommiatto who r-
eaty visited caUlomia to lavest
to the method aed by the people
Is the WeserS estry.

Pw a brn or uald aply Cbm=-
berlsas'i hive. It wI allay the pal
fl -- lid LI
-" Imaataly am qulely heal the
i Wpart.O. er sale by aU andrs-

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i cheap e keep

* fmmthan it is to

pryr docm bbil.

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ftleifi5tam Ma fSmwAp 3 &
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The rait aad wIt storm of Wed-

wers located west of Galaesville.
asia the etona where the groves are
Mue a loe number of peaches
we blw to the ouand before ma-
The Gainesville orchard. located
aly a few aii west of Galesville,
sflerOd a heavy loss i this manner.
as it wasu otked that the ground
was pretty well covered with fruit
that was yet samatured. This saue
oadltioa also exists at Arno. Tiogn
sad the other peach sector cloee to
The telephone lines of the East
Florida Company were also placed
out of business temporarily, but they
at oece put a force of men at work
and have again gotten them In order
Fro n Dearly every section they
have had some rain. but it has been
ln streaks and not ,general. and the
ceataloope growers feel that unless
they receive rain within a short while
the viaee will burn completely ulp.
The rat close around Galaesville
was also la ntreaks. It did not rain
at all two miles west of town, and
a large part of the ceataloupes are
planted from two to six miles west of
the city.

If yon deare a clear complexion
take Foley's Orito Laxative for con
stlpaa sad Miver trouble au t will
stimala thIese orgas and thorough-
ly elNase yer system, which is
what everyone eeds s the spring In
order to Ie-. welL J. W. McCollum

Jdge Maorn's CAeu.
The case of Jelf Sino. charged
with killing a cow belongng to Dave
Lewis and wife. was brought up for
heartan Friday, but owing to the ab-
e*aoe of material wit aeme was pot-
posed until aext Thursday.
A. O. iteenburg and Ed Stokes aed
otn a writ of repletln for the reco%-
ery of same crow*-ties from the A
C. L railway, the company having
purchased them from a negro ho
has been operating in the Paradlse
Hiaraes. broachltis and other
tha tr Umb are quickly cured by
Iey'a Hoaey sad Tar a It oothe
ad beals the lafamed throat sad
oacIal tube asad the molt obet-
mateo h diappearUU aOImt aa
havi a the w aulae Fo0tey ay and
Tar. J. W. MeCaten Coa.

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Them MAgomg May P*pimee e
A-y erado af CertlAis-l A'
tihatl UsI1r othe Lw.

The Toa ers Summer Training
Schools. beginnaln oa Monday. Jaae
L Ith. ll. sad continuing for a term
of eis weeks, will be conducted at
Galneevle sad Tallahassee. for white
teachers. md the Colored Normal
*ehl. at Tallahassee. for colored
The school will be co-edr.atiom-
al. Ttob will be free, ad board
SWbe had at o mmal Isgf .
Their Ltitature w 19 did not
ake M a ropiratior for defraying
th tTraveli epee of teachers
iA afteadame4 *p these sckoool
ea-equetly, tiee who attend wil
Iave to pay their own traaspuu taom.
eweer. sa Sert vwh be made by
te State S erlater est of Publc Is
srati1m to seare a ow.bhird fare
ir' the atr trip.
The ilnaeters lor the white
scoels, who are specialist their
reepective oew, vfl be selected from
am""soh prcpabs o the Sealer
a10 ses b sm the eaod ingesel
oendI I aaiea of the Smtae.
Th esr of trcters of th Cot
wed Teacher' summer Training
1as1 WI be the ibe that U be

Is3 add- e to l the p l l traia-
** egrsar wah a smmer t0che
am e0poe -sto wIoNbe gives these
IN attesdane eto prspare hr sy
Waf t f e1 Uomnto saorksed ader
the law. After the close of the term.
beglha*g es Monday. August 9th. In
GaiasevUle ad fTallahas.. ezMamie-
Utle will be sve appeants for
State, primary ad special eefrt-
For tlformatIE coiemila the
sebtl to be en~r acted at Galaeslve,
write Dr. A. A. Murpree. PrincIpal.
Tallha-ee. Florida. or Major W. L
Floyd. Galaneville, rl.
For latformatlo concernilag the
white school at Tallahasee, write
Dr. Edward Conradl. Principal, Tall-
basse. Florida.
Par Information concerning the rol
ored school. write Prof. N. R. Young.
Principal. Tallahassee. Florida.

Chamberlain's Liniment.
This Is a new p'reparationl and a
good on-' It is em-wicially valuahl, a'
a cure for chronic and niusrular
rheuniatinsm. and for the, rtll.f from
pain which it affords in acutt, inflam
matory rh.uniatio-n. Tho':e a ho have
usad It have. Inariably spoken of it
Ii the' highe.?t t,-rn, of praise. Irnam
back. lauis houldr and tirf n.,-k
are due to rheumatitlm )f the' mue lime.
usually brought on b) ex\I)sur.' to
cold or danp. and ar. quickly cure'!
by alllsiing this linimenit freely anl
Olaseuagiug thte affected parts. Sore'
ness of the nlusul.-e, whether induced
by violent cx.rc'loe or injury. Is alla-
ed by thin linmenult. For -aleh by all
Pleasant Outing.
There ais a pleasant outIng sihvln
by Mr. and ~lrs. A. O. Colclough to
a number of )ouunl Itiplt ou Thurs-
day uisht. the Iarty taking In the
famous Nenan's Lake on their
A bountiful supply of cream, cake
and fruit was served on the shores
of tbis lake after a pleasant straw-
ride to the "point" and altogether a
pleasant e~tenlal *sa spent.
Amnisu the ladles attending were
Mrs. ('olclough. Mrs. G. A. liach,
Mrs. S. A IA-dbtxtter. Misesl Lena
('olkelugh. Huloise Vidal. Nannle
IMkinsoun. Lucile IKoebuck and Mar>
('ras ford

De It New.
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do so by a|l,,IC
Ila C'hamberlains IUnimeint. Nine
cases out of ten arc simply muscular
rhbeuatism due to cold or damp. or
chroulc rheumatism and yield to the
vlgorous application of this linluaent
Try it. You are certain to be dellht
ed with the quick relief which It af-
fords. Sold by all drugist..
m article that oIs si plyo "I th*
war at your hose mi t. If adveo
Used. M oltd to *mime who tos ms
taiely loang Wr


tor t&r femie tnroubh (3Yu=i ham bes OUmd to
reLev hAbcbL. bAcdkac pain in thesde and dis.
lins -r trs dmnrod orsam It does more
dton s e-t it cud %Wth
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Help You

INi Kuwa t 3obsl TwPsIg ink: L mid
stir,' doctors sad siw Ythiu f B bed I bd br r,
b 'th saab oaum eve I wo Is d. Oft day I
.&'aL to ik (rdu I Wm, tb oto d Im y
i ot itb s" am M eban .- Mb0aW *m to gCnii

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Seldom trouble the man who is known to
keep his money in the Bank. Money
deposited with au is SAFE from theft or
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P5.-ar fthat tew 5tNme' ta:i-n.#'t is true' to the'. Ime-t of uuy knas ultlpge' anti
1l ef. (i. W. MeCAs.i, Cashwer.
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... TuI GAbWMILL; SU: MAY I, l 109

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Tromendenu Gain Made by Candi.
dato In the Great Co-Opera-
tive Cente.

Tremendous ga ns all nl -.g the line
wai the result (of tIh,. ,ffi i l count
In the great C(o-(), r,. ,,n
M llsm Afldle G'),.de It als s Evan"
by over 2 ..n., anId ly f,,. the large.
et vote ever poill* d n tihe
contest was recorded. many cndi-
dates receling very large nunmlters.
The Sun has niat:' arrang'ru nt,
and will pulllsh the i h(t rtiraphs of
all candidates that eial in as nian.v
as a club of ten suhbcrihers to the
seml-weekly edition, or its equivalent
to the daily, and as a number are al-
ready entitled to this. we are glad
to announce that their photographs
will be printed within the next few
days. In this way, the people will
have some Idea as to who they are
casting their votes for and It will be
a good vote-etter for the many young
ladies now la the race.
Remember, that by spell arrange-
meat with the A. R. Harper Piano
Company, all eontestats will get a
certleate good for $25 on any lnstru-
meat bandled by them. besides there
wil be Afteen certlcates issued good
for $100 that will be given the Arst
Ive young ladles following the leader
in the three sections.

Get busy and get to work. for you
%re sure of receiving something for
your senrices and at the same time
It will prove lateresting for the
others that are In the race.
Following is the standing of the
candidates as a result of the count
Gaineville-Central Section.

Mi ss

Addle Gode .......... 1.13,0.23 Jesaie Evans ......... 1.12*.lS5
Margaret Ledbetter.... 319.4T7;o
Estelle Heal .......... *;7.lom
Besale Carv r ......... .9.3;3
Nora Stalls .......... .o'
Gertrude Harrrod ... .. ;'..*2'
Bilanche Thonmljpn .... :... ",
Myra Swearingen ..... 1.i.4'

MR MOTTO: Best Gds

at the Lowest Prices

L. C. Smith Gun.
Draper & Maynard Sporting Goods.
Dangler Gasoline Ranges.
Yale A Towns Builders' Hardware.
J. B. Colt A Company Acetelyne
Gas Machines.
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds




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Much Oe" Reeost and S*em That
Organilat.n, With the Church,
Is Working

Fr"m Sunday's Dally San:
The second day's session of the
Sant.i Fe I1taltist A soclation was
h.ld :atulnrday at the FVrst Iaptist
church. hesides quite a number of
1 I.'-gates.
churches s in the district are repre
sent.-d ar follows: Campvllle. John
Park(r. N. C. McRoy; Eden. J. M.
Nobles: Hampton. 8. M. Rowe. B.
P. Green: Hawthorn. 8. M. Riles. Mis
C. Sherman. Mrs. 8. Towrsed;: L-
roase. W. D. Vtnsant; Oehwilla J.
N. Devenau; Rochelle. J. P. Rollins.
Miss Eva Rollisl; Waldo. B. .ree,.
J. J. Hicks 0. M. Deha. Mrs. Made
Johns. Other deleteU are expect-
ed before the cloee of the meetag
The mornlng soesol was Jevotod
principally to the discusslo of
"Child Tranlaog Misslos" sad the
Y. M. C. A. and its comnectio with
the church, clositg with a sermo
from Rev. P. M. Joes at 11 o'clock.
The committee assigned to the va-
rious organization of the Itaptis
Church made their report l the af-
ternoon, which were highly satiee
tory, and the night seestoC closed
with a sermon by Rev. J. P. Deveam
The meeting will close today and
the final sermoe wi be preached by
Rev. J. I Bernard, which will also
be givesas aa memorial service to
the G. A. R.




Aur M. Lewis ........
Mary Pernandes ......
Alice Schafer .........
Mabel Williams .......
Annie Bell Taylor .....
N. W. Taylor .........
Eva Bauknight .......

Mamle Crouch ........
Grace Iullard .......
Ella Ialley ...........
.Aude .McKay .........
Fannie Whiting .........
Curt in Piti s ...........
UI da I)a l,' ..........





Eastern and Southern Distrct
M.I i.als.I MliCredie. M'cuop) 1l7h.1
'!> ,: ti. !'ig f- h. T.i(o tu ..l
'' !. -:&: M 'r. t!i#,. M N'(iI' .o l 1) o.,, .
.!i- El!na Joll:. Oran e,' HIltghts. 1. I.',
1Miss Marti. C'hanil-rlln. Mica-
ni pyl' . ...
M1's Ihe',i, Waltz. lHawthorn. ;72.4W',
.M11- Ilrtie. Shaw. Fairlank. 44.42f
Miis Cordelia Crown. Rocky
I' li t .. ::; .
li- I.i. \' rii :,li l c ii t ;; a..,,"
\fi-. I' Paullie Ca(rlton. Mica-
n11 11,V .. .. .... 1. l

NPn., w.1 l..Z,.tr;ct.r. Rlochille
L. J. McClosky inow White Ena*m- \lis '.0ii, *,roui-r, Ro-h,.lle
lii. l.-.liis. Hawthorn .
Is .
-,i -.-.:mriar. j.. kle Whitl .- e1 rtlhe Ilarimond. Ilaw-

Paui Inntror v marnl r, r w...i
Damar Varnish.
Markse Company, Ltd.., Pure White
Imported Sweedish Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
Acme Wainscoat Plaster.
Frescoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
Ranges of all Kinds.
Pattsburg Special Field Fence, also
Hog-Proof Fence, all widths.
The Grand White Mountain Refrig-
We ell all kinds of Mill auppliesa
Steel split Pulleys, Steel Shaftin.
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkin

I hmrnl .. .. .......
N11-, I.ula Perry. Rol hrile. .
.~IJI J. elA. (;xl in. i la thorn.
\1 i- iKmnia (uthrie. lochelle.
.%i-a Wilma lMaines. Moutefocha
\li- t;orgia Snoditi.. llatchet
(C r,. k ... .
Mi I Nvlll ReHe\s e. MCl1craol ,i.
Mli K:urmina Enitnl 3i. Waldo....
\fil Maistle Jenningsl, Rochelle.
NIli- .iNar Hlll. Orangeii lleihts
Mlrs Mary lulie Atwater.
miI. Effle Tl-on. F rl.eti,
Mis s Vandalla ~ltaf. Waldo ....
%lip (iertrude' dmith. Fair-
ba iks .. .........
Mlh, Mamle Ilalley. Waldo.....





2. lo

Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stillon Western and Northarn Section.
Wranches, Marco Spiral Packing, \Nr- Iiattl,. L.udiKg. Tioga .1*.',
High Presure Packing of all kind., \ po. II. Ala hua ltui.
Hydraulic Packing, Poenrthy Injectors Nl.. \. 1. Iar,,l I,.al -*.,
and Lubricator.s Garfield Ejectors and \i.-. 1:11, I. ill,, Arr.1 uia.l..l :*e.
injectors. Flue Expanders. Flue Scrap \I- 11 \1...!1,, A< to.r w ,
ers, Boiler Rivets, Cap and Set \II .i.i Kirtil.;. Ala h u ;
Screws. 1l A,-a K.. i kit. .-, ighll
Also Turpentine Supplies, Council I,,0,. -T
Tools, Black Joe Hacks and Pullirs. S, .i ,il> I;r.' l, 1
Batting, Schovl Hoes, Hoop Iron, r ilh .., *; *
Brass Strainer Wire, Galvanired WireN \I N i, l,,i A.rrlado l .
Cloth, No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4 mesh. I, ll, A-1 i n,,. 1'
In fact, when you areo n want of M \ ,'lit.- Tr iir.oi 1;<;
anything don't fail to see the Gaines i\l i ,I i i ,..l. ii .Ti, 1 L'
vills Hardware Company. We givo \i i, ;.ri.i (;uiiin iags, 4
vMtes oI all purea s made for cash \it-- I', .al l, I,.,i Al. lhul :"
and pay**mnt en account in the Co 11- A-. ',,1 ,, .l,,.,r, :
Operative Centest. \1 -,- i,!l It Nri.d I- We always stay In the lead in every- 1 i.' i* a l
thing in our line. -. ;r ff \. .r ii


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Him of Alting Senaser AIdr
an Infamsois Liar.

WASHINGTON. May 2s.-Mr. Ball
ey of Texas yesterday offered in the
Senate his income tax amendment to
the tariff bill. and It was read. mueh
to the amusement of the Senate, for
it was recalled that the Republica&
leaders had no intention of permittin
a vote at this time. Mr. Aldrich mo-
ed that consideration of the Bailey
amendment be potpoaed until Jan
10. This motkio provoked Mr. Bailey
to take the Soor.
The Senator from Rhode lan
Mr. Bailey aid, had at times hown
ome impatiene for vote pona hi
tariff bill.andye.eadded.he Is aft
wilBk to vote upoe the most mport-
ut ameadmeit that will be offered to
the bill. The ord early maMer of im-
sideritg this measure, sad Mr. BD1-
ey, would be to Ant dispeoe of thia
aendmuet, beuse the adoptIm o
as ineome tax wom permit cu
dowa the aamont to be raled fotm
custom duUe by Pse.0o, whie
might be rated ulpe ol es
Mr. Dailey sItd that hm bww the
oo-ner hea 6o8ML otal a vot the
tame tax th larger vote he aMi
got hr its pasem Reading m ar
tiele I a New York newspaper, sta.
Ita that ha d Iotrodeds his leime
tax amendmet with the purpose of
defeat in an theritance tax, uad
assist n Senator AlMrhe, Mr. Bai-
ley declared the writer of the
article to be an "-tafmous liar," aad
proceeded with aa elaborate expla1
tioa of circmta oe e etedo with
bls laterest oI an income ta. This
particular incident, he declared, was
but a part of a deliberate attempt on
the part of some people to mirepre-
seat the entire Democracy.
Taking exception to a remak by
Mr. Bailey. Senator Cummins asked
whether he proposed to challenge the
sincerity of the progressives who fa-
vored an income tax.
I did not chaleage the sincerity
of the Senator." replied Mr. Baley,
"hut I did challenge his wifdoa@"
Mr. Cumnmns having expreswtd the
opinion that the income tax propoest
tin could probably be takrn up when
the tariff schedules were disposed.of,
n a(ccordance- with Mr. Aldrich's
jrolmosition.. ar Iailey remarked that
'If the Senator from Iowa purposes
making an alliance on the income tax
tote- with the Senator from Rhode Is-
land. he will find himself wiser after-
wards than he wag before."
Mr. Cummins' retort was sharp and
(iui< k.
'I have." he said. "not voted with
the 8. nator from Rhode Island as of-
teii as has the Senator from Texas."
'The Senator from Rhode island
ha% t..tIn right twice during this se.-
sion." ionded Mr. Ilalley. "and I
have voted with him twice. The Sen.

ator from Iowa cannot make as good
a tho, inrg. "



Llule Smith. Newberry..
Maln.l C(ato. Alachua.....
Pearl McLeod. Alachua..
M. N Sanchez. Newtwrry
J. E. Parker. LaCrosse...



Isn't there something which only a
war t ad. can do for you today?

Opposite' FBrown House




'alli aroundicianld Pw Io howfar
jupt a little zIonrey will
go With uN.

I'wIlie't t.Saea M oneytui-i'



Calls Newspaper Man Who Aesod Set Outhrek I A Tmns from m Wae One f" TTMhe OW 0 ng

Strie SpaMldse
New Peered.

ATIANTA. Oe.. May 28.-Carryl
a negro remain. the art train of ay
ort to run over the Georgia Railroad
nl more than ive days. an engne and
mail car. left here at 7:30 o'clock this
morning. The train pulled out
through a deep lna of spectators at
the staton. but thee was no demos
The partial reasmptlon of the train
service although the train put into
operatic earlier the mail anly. give.
a new ry of hope for a early termi-
aation of the Lreawm's stribe
The date of a rewamote of frI t

hat alsht to the edot that do t
twelve Aremoe desinanmd to i1e
the aw-l trains t"day tea we a'
rnes two msmbe w i to
did aot omet wth -m
h ,im.ies the as in w ife
eo had velnteeed b e nrviwesI to
aM i tho mevameat the mal
trains. It is n aemd the prom n
the tries of aere aAms om l a rth
or bito ha a-the --m r tUhese
the seller towns mn the l--
Raidll Tih a ewl ta a at
town al the d havo ben asked
to emdai every e t to iuer the
safety of th trais-. a-staSsl iW
bpeetors weet ordered to Iaoeme ny
each of the trash hor the Durpose
"making observatloa.,"
The eagamns upa a tran s wore
regular me who stopped work oa
last Satrday. The traila stepe at
Decatur. the Art town east of At
tlata, where aewpaper men wh had
started to make t trip wee put e.
It was deF ed that they were pease.
ger. and the road had so right to
carry passenaere.

Train Loaves AugmA.
AI'GU'STA, Oa., MareI --Wkb
the regular rew. nlae ftdin the nQae
Arenman. the aret train over the Oeor-
gia Railroad since Saturday klt A-
u.sta at 7:45 o'clock this morning.
The train consistel of mill ears only
and manned by negro mail clerks.
No unusLial demonstration marked the
departure of the train.


Meesrs. Ray and Clark Won Suit
Against Dwtton Phosphate Co
The civil suit of Messrs. Ray and
Clark of Martel against the DuttoO
Phosphate Company of Galuebville, af-
ter a tedious trial of ive days, was
decided by the jury before honm it
was tried. In favor of the complain-
ants. The verdict was for $1!.oo, and
Interest for several years, which will
make the verdict aiproxniately $15.-

It seemed that Messrs. Ray and
Clark las-ed a certain number of
acres of land to the late arm of Ford
& Hiller. which they were to prospect
and mine. Ford A Hiller sold the
lease to the Dutton Phoaphate Co-
pany and the complainants alleged
failure to carry out the terms of the
contract. In that thy eased to lmne
rock for two years. wha the lease
was terminated upon noUce ol the
complainants. They claimed a royal-
ty of unmined rock of $5.000 a yeat
for the two )ers the mines were al-
loIsed to remain Idle. The defen%
claIimed that theb uinues had been x
haunted., or at last that they had
niird do*an the t hen existing l a
te-r l..l sid in sa doins had car-
rled out Ihie Irlinic of the contract.
M. -,r- Anidel-imoii d Aud4 rmoi
aiJi Iflar i a r pireeLuth d the comi
Iplainailt- al, M.l,rar -liuk r aud Il-
\al of ( aal Mr Joihn 'C Cuper
ift Jdck 'i. lie' relrt-sei(td tbhe de
Th, LtA%) r, sil .xiid to lait- iUad
.*-r% abi. .A id ioii 4, lul Mgaiai i ." Said il f,('luun reas.oaiilng and the
colirt do'll rre-d a c.r> lucid charge
No il, i lj tei for a l* trial,
alid In i i f.Aull It t i'it Ii the t 'ca e. iII
c, i ,; 4 .I a Als
d-u '.Ai.t ad. Lril results

ea" charged W Pwaft


The Dally Sun.
$1.25, three moalth aa r
old shaerlbers, W0 vot; mar es
scribers, TO vote.
$2.s0, six mouths' subgigsjl .
subscribers. 1J00 velot; aem mo
sacriberr 1.5W votes.
$5. oneo raros saheriptlo el 6
artibers. .M5WO vte; ew
er*. 4.01 votes.
For a clb of Ivo oe-yewar p-
tioa (before 1S eeleok nwe, a .
18, 1.09). aId unbsrlhers, i. P
votes; aew umbeerbers, SM vems
For a Clab e tea Soamal' a-
scriptions (beiure 13 O'lek- a
A. 18, 19M). old em1 bs. 3
votes: now ambearoe, MNW agm
There Is o -Ia tio e aumb
clubs so*hee onmt w i NOW,
Th Saeb oai-Weatly S
$1, year's sobeerbia,

For a clutbo ave u-ear u
tkoas, .c0 votes.
For a club of tweoty-Ave enoyarr
nubecriltious, 365,0 votes.
There is so limt to be nmi-w
of clubs earh etoateaMt mar semOi


Henry Outley. Wasted b Levy Co-
ty Atlhorities, Pltaed In JM.
Sheriff Ramsey Saturday arretoe
Henry Outley, a soero waLted by bt
authorlitim of Levy ootely stpu%
cLarge uf attempted murder, the
cTriUea lbah ag blwa M*nMiAed at
liruaun a few days ageo.
()utley illl be hel her peadlg
teL. arrival of as oueer bo kJI -
sun to carry him ach to e seeso
of thI trouble.

Sus "W adt" Ma ag rosu as.



@m s kkomo's Sm:
Joe aedge, theYag wite -
of Newberry who was oaly ressn
red4aoi a med, has Ml -eas-
Iato Jill, this time the aee bA
that of hei.e..a.a.
lIess, aaig with eth m isd.
ed with haviTes mde eod pomed.
eaterelt mey, but owl t as
rlsr tdum of r. s. oet at he,
reIalr tlie, they wete mrn b~*
and alkowet tbcvr tr.turia %,JA tLa4
aext seedOs of to t:t.
Prw weeks m eat Me .o bo
NeWrr my have6M en g --e -
n la" aD O ah im Im .
eatrea, m"arad kls- me.a,
Is LI a pW bf6 OWM

t.soa to a4T asa
al jM oheb 0i t aaf.d

Num orn -, 6= g l aI .

od* a ~ll o o I& aLm*-
Ms" AM Ah aIN aso'.
MR p"A we 1g ft"

three mb e -bea oe h

c" IOI"e 0- webe 4" ao
CamE ms I Bo

kwes e t u
owhe om gee tm s

ringdet no t ves ewbepi-

ot erI e doMT i US dBd s

Fr eob prt tleo at i h kftm,

urad it u.t;MPbe l :
log end hbesi; fanSNO
ware job, p big#Am O
MrsP. F i. Me aaas






,iineii ei,


Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


Both Branches of Legisla-

ue Hold Busy Sessions

TALLAHASI, May 27.-Denplte lo aned alveriltles of tths ate
e Wag irtid of Tuesday alght. the shall be open to students of bth
sMeat yesterday settled down to real sxee of the same race.
bard work and pshed forty-tor bills "see. L2 A laws aad parts of laws
through to thirdL eadn i sad killed conflict with the provisloms of this
rvi act bead the s are hereby -r
Th most tamportaat tion of the pealed.
ay was the masuesal efort to "See. o. Tis set shal takeo leet
override the veto of the Oovernor of lmmdiately upe tts passage nat u
the Joa on bil problbittig re Ia- proval by the Governor. or upoa ei
raWueo ecmmpan e from mttag up beomin a law without bis ap
beck of title as a deease against pay- proval."
meat of a policy. Opposition to tis bill to expected
beoutor Pouroy delivered a force- to materlallae i plenty. Many hold
l address l favor of golg over the that the present system of separatlag
head of th Gvernor, but the vote the sexeo I the State educateoal i-
sto d o 8 t 10 against, lackag the stUtatkos Is mIh the better and
aecssary twotlrds. more practical plia. Better results
Disensoa of the Broome bill relat- re obtained, and the a separatloe
lag to the liability of railroad om- of the exes seems to lead to the
pale hbavig relief departments to individual Insttutlion distlactloM ad
tseir employes, was resumedIn the digalty that places It high above the
ora la and the bill Alally went on standard of the coeducational schools.
to third readlag. The most forceful The bi wll doubtless not be passed
address against tis bill was delivered at this session.
by ISeator Buckman.
Seaate Bill No. 102. by Mr. Mc- THE HOUu.
Creary, for relief of W. A. Saowden rtically all of yesterday in the
o Miopy. was advanced to third House was give up to the couldera-
readng tki of the general revenue hill la
P.F3" ,-e' Cd"U"at es MINIL committee of the whole. lansmer-
Seastor lournoy has Introduced a able ameadments were offered but
bill providing for the coeducation of nearly all were killed. An effrt was
persons of the saie race iu ail th, made to reduce the license tax on
schools. colleges and unverslties of express companies a little, but the
this State as follows: effort was unsuccessful.
"Be it enacted by the Legislature The Jacksonville charter bill was
of the State of Florida: taken up at the alght session sad die-
"Section 1. From and after the cussed at length. It was made a ape-

,-i"sage of this act all schools,

col-' clal order for today.

Pensacola Liquor Man Ar-

a .eCl

rested for Refilling Bottles

.NSACOLA, '.I v "T.- N. Gold- :talied liquor of ionly *-' I'roof. anii(
ogne of thll. mg0st ir: .pr int, nti ti *at this is a violation of tihe pure
SI f art. G(eidtiIi.g inimn-diate.l uioni
111 of the hllh -!e. ';, l i' i I." igf 1. '
93% vlh a *;:i loild ill ',4. .lll (if 1. "

I li rer. ha -' In rt.:ii cc. ..i:
ii i(twinc. t r ituri.' .i Ib% the'gi
11 charging refillin o o f ot 1t1?i :.
!.. I.a h aje' labelle'd 'lolttl.d ini Ilud.
V.: Uhieh .tat'v te coiniteiat, 1: 1,,

at, I hip 15ct.," .- at.. i.% Ur Itiia1l at the-
,.,\t to~rw of tli c ouri. The' arre.1 gi
it. v -ult of a trii tioloe to to t'Ia.;oli
-t %,.r~aI *antit.lagoaaa of t %o in:iu lm-c' 'us'.
%.e.11) asid :1 %kait to all sl~iatid it

I ri.n f liq Ior Thi ti i('J fil iit 1 t 1 I, ; '- al '1 alth 1!1 1 it'. t lt fully oil,"
t ;;.d b ti' jitur.> A.LIt( lhat ta o hallf if the, a..a.i .- l. l t iihe ( ty ,-erv*
.. t. h i. 1!'14*. lp ill'. \ r re found it foumtid y wi li i'luer ii lotll't' whiC hbad
i* ..e.-ion of .Mr. (;,ldrliig. .r in cl: .. ;tm n rfllth.. It It i*xi.'cte.d thr.e-
of his. Iplacer of l.,il;i.. -. ct1, :. :. (' : f.r'. that others i Ill be Indicted.

Bill for Relief of Public

Schools Passes Legislature

4 ; I \ 4-.I1 1.o t 1 1- -II,




May-Pote Damse and baby hew 4e.w
tnsivo o1 a Pue and Amrest
Larw CrOd.

ErvenSadray's Dally m:
The Baby Show and May roetival
wlkch was gives riday afternoo. Om
theb seminary law, was a great ace-
co la every way. and a large am-
about $S0--was made for the Lbrary.
The May-pole dance was a special
feature of eatertaameat. is which
twelve little girls ptp The,
were voted on, ln. the eveaain. sad
little Miss Marie DePase was elected
Queen of the May Fcatlval by a lare
majority. She is th lovely eight-
year-oM daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M.
H. DePas.
little Mins Martha McKluastry.
age three moths, the beautiful
daughter of Mrs. Robert McKlamtry.
was awarded the prise, a little silver
spooa, for b tein the prettiest and
most popular young lady In Galaee-
ville. Miss Mararet Wade Ledbetter.
age 1) months, was a very eloee see-
oad, and was awarded lrst priae for
the prettlest decorated carriage. This
little brunette beauty was dreamed
very becomnlgly la a Japanee ki-
mono, with Japanese parasol over her.
Ind her carriage was decorated Il
red chrysanthemums sad poppoe to
carry out the color scheme. The prie
was a handsmoe little rocking chair.
The young man under two year,
Sho received frst honor., was Master
J. Maxey Dell. who has lon since
wecn recognizd as one of the band-
.4oilmet mbyll i Florida. The prize.
;.ab. twuo would |jimn-.
Id t1',. (the r contest -the children
we ,wien twuo id four years of age-
lthl Kirl'. rize' feel to beautiful little
Mary Kincaid. and the boy's praise.
I r.tty il ehr ..;.t-ler Jo-,ph \'a(gh. who never
I ,ked ni (!,d tinwr. ith his loie!.
',l'e Ii ( II aI d 1 Il, a l:iful -.) r t.
T"ihere (r.l- '. ut ifty l babies' ill
I :i1'a hoiw. aa.d all were' l,.
L l -. ..: il i d .ul.t al
-.,.1l t .i e' h.,d I r/d. S1 tial lnii
:1 I'lh .z l1 la !.t i'T1Y' T la JA l '1u Ml
tr'inr-, k. Il~ co t JIn rdit. iId h i.-M h
" iothi 4 l It on k'o. I:d Tl i i Si und
l t.i II.' ('ol-oI. li t e lollarl. E11 r
li < tr, oi. oif r..; i iI an M r si ret

,ni, !-on ofl Mrs. T l MCortulctk.
"4a.1,r ltlalord. the lorely llttk
diiiiOf1. n l of Mr. Loig anid Mrs.
1I iglon. ako l l Marici r tl. \'lott-
I';11% V\', illiail ,iit M Ii l r Jull iII
l0 11ii ()hl I <(r.mlid,. Rif al'il
H i !,ll *' t

... i i r

Senate Had Busy Sesslo


meals re


TALLAIHAU Mar .IL-WIb ti0 of 0 I ns m Ue l
the pMsM ea ofthe do e U-s uat* esut. ased, n t4.
Ilormity eof tet-boee1 tL ti WiS Smmese a Ms L ftl i -
lame Wsttr b Oatd a te t er" -i- a I"Preba~ e t l.
meMaN1e a1d the li1beg f tles,1 t re mrms Mmginm as i 11
Seate put itoa buyr day yeeurdml. eof ~mll e. Pa USI

.*Mr the vote by whiSk t o Gevr- tru t feesO adelnl as a *
mors veto etl the Jousm tI sme me ie, h mt .I t i
bill was .ustalme. failedA A One* 0 M s. 61,190111
cutiomal point was raintd relt ve to II Ia hl I e~ Ml a
much a ressosdWoretesa s1 was iso W ee"t al egmie d u
tamhed. m to- i.
The1 least speut a b dFy aM W11 4.
Little time wa takeM up with -de-6 -Sm i1 MA I 0 4
the moat of Ohe a day bela dV t a*** f veMi L a
to a hard iL ed, o L

Come proviMang for it. me mr W-oi- am *
of school text-hbooks -am ep, i o hoe ton eos"l iw ga
tor MaeCrary -pps e apImed the moaa 1 _O F
and presented alel eeMm from mi astd n e -0
Southern ode stme m abat eusk a d Ito oa a
s to er Come -a r. the MR .
a few la tes.- *a mm --
The il was passed It to 9 t am .Ot d f
Among the bills tabes up ou thirdI2 to L
reading were the fllowlug: be nt .
Seast Bil No. 147. by Humpbries -leabag m OWAN
-Prohibiting sale. gift or disposal of Nho or8W1r b s IMb S g o
liquor on Sunday., bt 19 to 1 TIe a--e or
bill was iteded to stroagthem pros w[mbut NoS h I4I
eat lawv. but was killd by am ead- Pfat "
smWt while an second reading. b0% or
bor of county comt Its. Adopted. I22Ky oft aIt sa la a m iW
It0. ofet 1t. Ig, d.
lSeate D No- by Sloam-Pr l e ( meast M iL 1 -
kingas driking of li a quors eM peasmseegr Requluigo .m.m a i
trains. Passed 22 to & WPerate m 0 da
Seast uBill No. 43, by laa-Gov separatIn of whi as- m g
ernalg pardao alloautsN. pasd,. aseageoa. lgalm, It a,
.- f.' @@ saw01M 1 Ne. M2 W 1 m-
Seate Bill No. 23. 2 by Huoad Regulatl 1bstr to of ry ti jy
To protect ard promote fraIt-ge g trials. PaeAd. I to i
and horticultural lateres of the kSeast B1Il No. 1, by 1 W--I2W
State. to extcrmtisate crop pests. Iag to pra-t- of -pbsa Is
l'a-P.d.' ;; to I. tda. 2 PasedA, 2 to L
Senate Bill No. 231. by l umphries Seate Bill Not 14&. Mby Msis-
SDefling Intoxicattan q-ors ad Relating to procedure of si-sgla0
beve rages as those having oae-half of attorneys to praetle. Psed.
*t 1n' l.r cent of rlctihol In tLin. Senate Bill No. ,17 by WIla-
S n.I r l; uilhrl-. Senator \ill For Iprotetion and 1 eea-era of
i:i.% i <.'l others of~ the tenlperance oyster resare- of the ~to ai
i I .* %.-,' (pi lse*d to the bill In Its creating office of State oyatoer A
,,. uissioner. Pa sed, 3to t.
Senator Miller sail It wla a blow Senator Hos ord ovte r-oeMel
hard bill and would only hurt the ation.
teIutilrane cause. The rule wefm waived aid the
The bill sa, laid on the table. motion was put ad ost.
'4tna'te ill N, 'o. .t by utrll Senate Bill No 184, by Woet-o
It'.,alii to ohbitruction ofr roLitry aid l uin erg srifs to Ale ~st of aame
wiat. intit road,. lat-ed. 2 to 0. of their deputies with the board of
Se ina. lull Nlo ANo hy Cone Pro county onamisloasrs. Paoeed, 1
,idiing for a t4a) of iteacutlio In Just- to I

Governor's Special Mes-

sage on Abraham Lincoln

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s1'ee )I I -r a. ~ ..* ti, ,ti1: 1.4c d AIhrahsu, Lincoln.
4. ., 4, 4s it,,. *i.&ijas ..iter'Ark of lthe birth-
I' *~e I c, I .tic e ~W :t-Iahi~tsgtu asid 1.4v have'. 1-y
I. hi '. I. kI i c ..I 1a 4 "1 4 .1 I IeIf, Inee
1. e tilja. W, t' I l&l, (I I eI IeCaal (. lid that
4 .'.4 c.i. c.1.j I.: ... ni isary of tie' bi rthday uf
I I A 141.;.i !A 'Au zabe tacit. a hulI4s).
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Plenty of Thom In Gainewille, and
Good RMasn hr It
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Atr*.0eit( ba('kachs- uffuring.

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Fruio Taur r a d s )a l> Suu: I M 'ai it. \. i;a ta
l),;r-iilg tht I;a t k llt r ha : a .i I'1 -: I : .!
h:ien o s"r slxt\ ail, t .ii n -ter r n f n a t rk and d 'wer
In all recticnx o tI (, lt:tt .~.hi,!:hi h l 11" i t ie for a long time. I
Show% that the l. e1.- ar,. % r- act Ive after Alachua croult) dirt. t.rlp throu ih my bhtyl an%
. TI:,re are fea Iilac- in th.e S*ate. lf d:1 o it o a .ai dlit!icuit to regain a
thLa- tau n t t 1 o 4 tl. :ititi is. "r:t tiitit n. I %at als.o subject to
buJlness that (;uailesi.ill. Ite i he:.laches aidJ at times was very
sees, and the coming year lrmistes, lertous. When I saw IDon's Kidney
to excel all former efforts. Follow- P11s ohihly recommended for
In,- are the chance.: I tl'e ,e troubles. I procured a box and
8. L. ougherty to o. R. Curtis and 'ean their use. In a abort time I
others; Annie E Young to P. G. Ram- felt much better. The pains lost their
se); F. F. Freeney to T. D. Futch; severeness and I gained In strength.
Mrs. Julia &. Massey and husband to I colder Doan's Kidney Pills am oe
Mrs. NMmie Tucker. M. M. Harry ceUent remedy and am pleased to
to Jim Davis; Jim Dais to T. M. rec mend them."
Kincald; John Chesnut to A. J. C. For by a dealers. PrI ce
Home; Pete Willson to J. J. John- cents. rost-M-l burn Co., Buto.
soa; 8. A. Fewell to A. R. Stewman; New York, sole agents for the Ist
J. W. Chiles and wife to P. J. Hop- tate.
son; E. A. Pardue to John R. Pardue Remmber the nam-Do- S4
and others; 8. A. Baukanght to J. A. take no other.
Williams; J. A. Williams to J. J.
taymans; A. V. Young to James Cel-
Ion; H. L Sanchez to A. J. Parker;
1. C. Hayman to B. Cochran; In the District Co of the United

C. W. Well% and wife to MNI.'o Will- Florida-In anirup tcy--n the
lamw.; Iit.f. Matt to Sherod Hludson; Matter of Daniel William Holder.
J. C. Itarry and wife to 8. H. Hudson; Voluntary Bankrupt- Bank
A. IL Reaves to D. E. Knight: 8. D. ruptcy.
Reaves to Georgia 8tataby; W. R. To the Creditors of Daniel Will-
Thomas to Rose G. Ott; J. A. King lam Holder of Newberry. lorida. It
to Wa. C. Davis; E. D. Hicks to the county of Alachua. and district
Iank of Alachua; J. M(rgan Fennell aforesaid. a bankrupt:
to City of Gainesville; W. J. Eason Notice Is hereby given that on the
and wife to H. M. Smith; 11. E. and 24th day of May. A. D. 190,. the said
N. E. IenMon to A. J. Parker. Jr.; E. Danlel William Holder was duly ad-
D. Hicks to Julia Winthrole; J 1. judicated a bankrupt; and that the
Donaldson to H. M. Eddy; T. D first meeting of the creditors of said
Goodell and wife to C. 0. Robiso; bankrupt will be held at Galnesvllle.
J. H. Stanley to R. D. and J. I. Florida. In oces of Clark & Pelding.

Medlin; Lute Howell to Wm. Ander- on the 4th day of Jone, A. D. 1 w.
son B. R. Colson and J. H. Hodges at 2 o'clock la the afternoon, at
to H. 8. Pawrett; Abstract and which time the said creditor may at-
Realty Co. to C. D. Dennis; C. D. tend. prove their claims, appoint a
Wood to A. F. RBoas; 8. M. Bitch anid trustee. examine the bankrupt, and
wife to W J. Lock; F. W. Iutler to transact such other ustanes as may
C. 1!. Brown; T. J. Swearingen and properly come before the said meet-
awil- to Amos Haines; John W. Mc- '"f
S.all to loyd and Reid; Ida I. This the 24th day of May. A. D.
1;.t r to 8. C. Hayman: Gwercl 190. THOS. W. PIELDING,
S. .Iowa and wife to J. L. VWolfe,-i Referee In Bankruptcy.
dei.: J. M. Halle and lif to J. 1. Gainesvtlle. a
4, !!land; C. I). Ieti-ni, to Abltr l et
aii. It-alty 'Co ; W i. iThoua and Whooping Cough.
aa, to R. \ V iail. A E. \Warne r This i mnore dangerous di.-as.e
to ii (. IDanI'y; v W H. Iterkstrc'ser t hau is generally Irensimed. It will
to I .l)anly. .r. NM It 0("l. t' :.- a surpirlie. to many to learm that
to (Uaroiit:c Jie... l illi. Ti Iy tior, death result from It than from
W'. IJang. Italisollti ('aroin t eit'l'r (sarlet ft- tc r. i'ticumm iiiai. often rt.-
Ja -on1: (0) A P'ortr tI 1l0ie(:Ia' , from I Chanit rlin ial' ('tCo g '
C .. W\V H Thona;.M all wif t I -niendy 1 has Iwene- utied in many *.lii
Ac .%1 ti .'tit! L. !.t I. deiJril of ahnooplimg cough, anmd ul
I. 1t M;tlilda urr .1r 1. ':*1t ;eI a ith11 the-. n t rre ult Ik-ltwI rt
th. to T J Hi0 r Mi 1 It \leKe-ig of Harlanl. law. a.le of it.
C',. 1i to N Ke-nz ma- % HI1, 11'.1 I>, to1 k aL Looljaing cough wis'u
ar to t ) N I K, -e (ita, I 1;a T C .' ,11A'- iolatlh old Il' had it il the
toi: aid hul.-.itnd ti Itale'rt C( ltPA i m r I galt a bottle if ('hainloar
-r I.. ll :111an i lf.i te J T .Tti n ('augth fiiie* dy hlch pIroted
.n.'l (' C \%'iVtml rt FlI'l Purdile ta I (annot recomn.e'nd It too
and olthera. T II EllisJ .Ir iart in hilglhil For salt b) all drugglhts.

to N. Franclbco "V H Thi o.1 ~ ai
wift. to W. A Todd; Mlr .N1 I'
L)uwilug to Kate IkN-l .Ioni'-

Rev. I. W. Williamson's Letter.
Rev. I. W. Willlamson., Iuntli:gton
W. Va.. writes: "This lb to certift
that I used Fole)'s Kidney Reuw-dy
tor nervous exhaustlon and kidue
troutl and am free to t.ay that it
will do all that )ou claim for It.
rol)> a Kidney Remedy has rhetored
health aud streailth to thousand. of
st-ak. run doun IeopIle ('Contains Ino
harn ful drugs aId 1b pli'aintiI to Itake
J. W MC'ollumu a Co
0.ii sho liv s in a furunabid room
ca, bLe Iretty "ludtltndfut"-f(r the
red kLcp t.h bIvst V bW had *Itbin
bis teacb


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Mr. Bunger Pleoaod.
A E ltuiiKtr. a re-tired farue.r of
'Van \W'.rtl. thiou. In asuoni the h lit-
arp to the- (it) and ahthi btreI Is the
t,.-et- of M. J Patt*erol i Mr IHunger
,awie to Fleorida for bhi health last
wiantlr and after Ir.iniK the southern
part of the State, finally drifted In
ilii see'Itlnu and by mingling with
tirhe. I-olle and learning of the many
adlvaIlaetae. ie has aboutt decided on
wmaknll thi Ilace his howe Not
,oul wiill he and hbi family locate
Irre, but he- will tery probably) be
thi. ite-atii of bringiag a number of
it It I Iila* In fronl las lithou t Io iis
i II ftr Ir I- al.aadJ orkiigi to
ii it ,t laa

*i:ioustness and Constipation.
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C. -.**evt lo Is E / the Leader of
Ary City in ti.e StAc 0 Pro

It I- d tlat nearly) il; of the
ibh(et,'i:atc i'l.ntits In the c'-resteil Iart
:f the count are closing doon fot
"N.e 1-un.n t-I
In speaklun with one of the ex
p.sie merehatits from that section
vest rday the relerter ma titnfortued
hat there sere now only three con
.csrn oiaerating in the mining district
-the Duttou. Mutual and Cummer--
and that over half of the plants had
been shut down for tie simmer.
This Is the same condition that Is
now factn Dunnellmo and several
plants there have been e oed for the
past several weeks. which necessar-
Ily take a large amoat of money out
of the channels of trade.
The plants that are now rrtnning. or
some of them. have contracts and will
be kept busy all during the year. but
n most caes operation will he eur-
tailed to a cealiderable extent.

Citse fcr the brr.1tr Months
im Fov Weeis.



Sunday 83 Sit Pleni to WerthitM

ARCHRK, Nay 27.-Archer will
have a 8unday school plcacl at
Worthlngton Sprag on June th.
Morristom. Moutbrook. Wllistoa and
Meredith are all invited to go with
us. Come one. come all, and bdai
your baskets.
C. harpey and daughter of Rowe
wood were shopping here yesterday.
Mrs. J. H. Butler aad two laterest
Ing little boys of Hernando are viilt
g Mrs. Butler's daughter, Mrs. O
R. Leyaes. at their besuUful home In
southh Archer.
Mr. A .K. Wilso m ad children ol
Port Pierce are the guet of het
brother. Ed tewart.
Miss Zela Harvey of Willateo has
been the guest of her cousin. Mis
Pauline Curt, for a few days. Ml
Pauline left Monday moralag for an
cxteunducd lhit to her relative. la Ia
J. B. Dale. the eliclent foreman of
the Maddox Foundry and Machlan
Co., was 10 OGanesrve yesterday oa

Dr. Lslie Pihler of North Carolina
who has been visltlng rclatiles at
Otter Creek for the jatt two week*.
w'a In our city ye.terda H lie ex-
icc('* tol km-ate he-re aninaiai.atcly ,au.
ino doubt will hatev a gMNI liractthli
as he comines wll r'conlmmended.
Mrts. W' Jacksonl \Wle.lrli (lllne.-
\iltl >'t tetrday.

..;:r- 1.I1 iio r of Waldo. aife, of our
pIualar S. A. L. conductor. has been
hitre on a ilnit to her husband and
1Irs lThtiomn'.
Miast HIte.%' of Illbh Springs sl-ant
a few day) last aerk. s ekry pleasantly
as the guest uf Mr. and Mra. McNair.
Miss Mary Frcl and Miss Lillian
RHid. aIw of Archer'sm charming young
ladies. limitedd Galiaevllle )eoterday.
Mrs. H luaeol and son. Pleming.
le-i Sundnay morning for tbeir bowe
ili Atlanta after a very pleasant visit
in Mr.. W I. Jackson and her moth-
c.r. lMr. Marion Smith
Mrs Morgan of Meretdith was in
town yesterday.
C. W. Baukaniht. one of our proml-
nent citizens, visited Galaoville ye-
Fred PFiel. who has been attending
the I'nlv-ralty at (Ganeaville. return-
ed home last evening to spend his
vacation lith his parent-
Mrr ii Maddox isiteld her parVnts.
M.r and %Mr W J (Groe., at Mor
riltoni la i etc nliIm Mrs Maddox
alsh. b to blat. tI lit sh e ma

tOe- a rite-liof fil.-Aft e-- 4. 'A till 1 ajwamra
ll i ieTi i-. I wi mof eifl-I the
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The Mad. To maH A"W mis Dewht. sal L Whh -U
rn me- Ibe @rer ftarse, b- be. te u doIgmm C
mmmrl .prvhlmr3- in-r b Ma_ _
AModew me 1 g@mee ftea 1."6
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Tdl t ANISNVILI SU: MAY Sl, 1909



111lgMtlen Wa the Outcome of a
DIae segment Between Director
orth ad Scretary Ngel.

WASHIN'GTON. Yj .:" .4 |)
North. director of tl .1 :;. I t. n-
dererl his rit-iKlaatii L i,.to !
Taft antd It was a'cc( t, cd .terda:.
His resignatlon is a dlirr t r. it ot (i
his recetit controver.. v ii h s. re tary
of Commerce and Ilatbr N\amqI.
The following statefll il ill coalnec-
tio with the case .k- Kiltn out at
the White lioube:
"Director North tentd nrd hbl rez-ig.
natlkmr a director of the cvneus. It
was accepted and the namU. of Mr. E.
Daa DTrand. now de puty conlmils
stoner of corporations. ha been sent
lnto the Senate to succeed him. Mr.
North's reelga4 tlo was based on the
ground that on account of couditlon
existing and likely to continue, his
admilIstration of the cnusus office
wold o(t probably be successfL
It has bee supposed up to within
the lat few days that the astr
very between Iecretary Nagel ad
Diretor North had beea amdcably ad
usted. The frictkm between the two
c a M aide however, ad at lat db
rtary Nagel p t the m ter qurel
up to PreTdet Taft, ayinta that
either be or Mr. North would have
to lave the ervlee. as exist U .co
dittlos betwes tm were taps -
Directr North held to th belef
that these ceanu bureau was ana ade-
pendeat lstitation and that he wa
reponsible only to the Presdent. A
congressional enactment put the Cea-
s s Bureau under the Department of
Commerce and Labor, however, aad
secretary Nagel felt that n spite of
the great powers conferred by Coa-
gres apon the Director, that official
should be asbordinate to the cabinet
ofcer in charge of the department.
It was becaues of this riction that
Director North naally was forced to
step out.


8PRI.N(;FI.I.I). I1.. May 27.--'oti
grefmatn William lIoriiimr of Chica
go iN the junior United Stat'st Sen-
ator from Illillois. He was. elected
on the nie(ty-fifth ballot in the as
siembly )ye.te-rday by a coalition of
fifty-thriee ikhruratze and fifty- fi
ReIpubllci, E*sB'. to fill the< v~',Imnp
from Illinois, lhich has existed In
the Se 4nite tinc-' the- ter:i of Albehrt
J. IHopkhins. e-i.ubilican primary can-
didate for re-election, expired on
.Marc h I.
\\'ilh i lot't to shiare-, the repre-'T-t
tl\ie-, from the Sixth district of 11!i-
nols broke the Senatorial deadlock
which has exit~d In the Fort)-slxth
general assembly of Illinois since
last January.


Was Accused of Participation in Ex-
press Robbery.
AIUI'STA, (;a. .IMay 21;--;,',rme-
P liuluphre \ ., hiite. blagSKA u r
on tli- Southelrn itil) ay. hou Was on
the train ou the night of the recent
sensational expire-s robtwry. cut his
threat on the stre-eti here last night
and died shortly after midnight
Pinkerton twearch, hl. hllimn' Sun-
da). In a note to his elif. he de.unl-d
particiliatlon II the and aulid
that he would kill hiiiself to salr
her and thbir two bialles tbhe diargrai.
of his arrest. Wh'le- the momau l al
the note she- alaurmn d t11. tmlin
brother Thel bitrothr -t~t it *.ar<'i
of llumprbre>) and uuide r trn *.|1- tl'lr
light a square ahead aso himm l-a-I
his throat with a raor.

Many weak. nervous women hal.
been restored to health by oley's
Kidhey Remedy as It stimulates tb-
kidaya As they will eliminate the
water matter from the blood. Impur
IlWe depress the nerves. causing nervl
oas exhauatio and other ailtuents
Coa4mmea today ad you *ill som
be a ll. Peasat to take. J. W
McCoUlam A Co.
a 'WaOt afd. lir refula.

19toD 3! UVE I Sm.

1-IF 01 IFM EaTS


Meaure to Amend Law to Pretect As in ier ter Years Their Ged Will
the Frah Water Filh in ** **Iol****d Paeaed
Alashoa Cemnty. Plropy.

governor Albert W. Gilchrist has
al.lrouved the following bllls which
origtnatedl in the louer honue of the
An a.t to permit th -reglltered vot
ers of election district No. b of Ms
riun county to decide whether bog
shall be allowed to run at large an
said distrk-t.
An act to legalishethe assessment
and levies of taxee for the years 1 07
and 1904 by the city of Quincy.
As act to amead chapter I6 Laws
of Florida, relative to Ahbing In Oeans
Iond. Baker county.
An act to protect food Ashes la t
rivers, creeks ad bayous I Citr
An act to legalie and cosarm the
incorporatok of the towa of Green-
lad, in add emoaty. and to d-
clare the same a legally aorporated
Aa act autheorlda the town of Pal-
metto to mt an w4dMee prcOVid-
ig for a poll tax for street purpose
o anU Uale dsitis between the ase
of 2 sad U years of ar. raIdig
in said town at the time said tax i
due. at the rate of 2 Ipr yor. pay-
able seman usually oa the It day of
May aad November of each year.
Aa act to authored the board of
omrmissoners of t. Lde county to
levy a tax of aot to exceed I6 iil
on the dollar, ia addito to other
taes now authortsed by geb ral law,
for grading sad harbr* cng the
public roads of said eouaty.
An act for the protetion and
preervation of ame birds and er-
tan other birds and salmals I Levy
county, aad to prove that all ano
citlasea of this State, takin, hbnting
or klllag game in maid county shall
obtain a permit therefore.
An act to provide for the erection
of sin posts. with sipg boards there
on. at all Important forks and cross
!ngs of public roads an Marion county,
ad mile po along said roads by
county commissioners of said county.
and to provide penalties for a fail-
ire to do so by the commissioners
of maid county, and also providlai
penalties lor removnla, defaclnl, al-
tering or otherwise Injuring the same.
The Governor has signed a number
of bills originatlun in the Bunate, as
An act providing for the confirma-
ion by the judge granting the order.
o cell real estate beIlonging to in-
Aln Act r'qulring Tt-ech.ers' Summer
rr:militing Schoolt' atnd making appiro
,rla tims therefor.
An act to asliend iln act, entitled.
'An act to l roteet the fresh water
i-lws in the fresh water lakes., londs
ni otether fresh water streams In the
oui!toy of Alachua." approved May It.

An act changing tihe name of the
nrtitute for the lllnd. Deaf and

An act chauiging the nai
I'riii%,.r it? of Florida.
An met changing tho' nau
t'olored Nortual school.
An act changing the nai
Florida Female College.

me of the

ime of the'

alm of the

On Tur of Inspoction.
County CommlaionesM Brown and
Tate of Dade county were amoea the
isitoru to the city Friday, having
coime for the purpose of Inspecting
the rIoale recently built by the coml
nil-I4omeir' here. They expressed
thlei .1ii. I % .- highly ileased with
iai ti. .N r ansd s tate that the
riad- .I l ot ultl) the beH't but have
I.-en oliatructed at a much less
fiure than) at other places vlslted.
Through the (curtesy of furuer
clliUllliuii>'er Pe-edrlck. they were
dri'v.n o,.r the various roads leading
Ili thll eatern l rt of the county.

Bye Will e aye
And are always gettaig scratchb.
cuts. spiral., brulses. bulmp, buras
or scalds. Du't select esuh things
-they may result serioualy if you
do. Apply Ballard's Sow 1almsetb
according to direUons rgt away
ad it will rlieve the pala aad heal
the trouble Prc Pre asad l1.0.I
Sold by W M. Joa oa

'e .unvsvuue Mel Growers';I




Association shipped their flrqt sold W1 LU
carload of cantaloep.. Friday. whlchb
consisted of a very ine grade of
fruit. T rb) J"a AM t ot M e rkin lho
Trom this time a the movemt ti yu a Im catg dmlte Md W ood pr t be t t W
will be heavy and by the middle of at ValM 10 Iye td Sprka.
next week the aseoclatlona will be Tht t ht 8ist IaMI miM of aI m td moving several care reh day. TIhe w i knm i o r IRt i te 2t s o_-w .. a v.
m ianer ti whcl they Lta le thber 'rerl m ad e u I --ml -l
goods has eetablaihed a dem ad tr
the Galaustvlle product. sad last sa-o F e M ohm b iY tb plh ordef tb re hM MIs TM
so they wt t to te extra expense ty dp M a IHq .mu lIe riim
of sporting experaed help to PaWS I i Hi i Wt VI W
at i the prew of the PneTervlIo tfe mi rwNll M aiWmmyL
huft. Mo!PI rIo ne mdsown w ft ml_
The creag Taro Oanea utoI fe el A e neemd f i a d oMi a Ioc WI
eathl"ng ie wt b t hIa b-e e et hape M l PO*d Mm i wedii
tormyr er. and e *win t ry The Vetedra vi w e dm irme
w ,. W W ill ,at be ry &e fmd w coldesemed "me "
W eavy: d w
TMe er that lMR thse eat yM |owb r, A so t a Tw Thm
d" w klte at th"t Ob- t"g h"de "w Vm bm the 11M U SW l ft
Mad be fag nth bat adasift IN
the ema, a^d Me la-ew i eMIew
Ito tha mate ad pervert d l r ta

mISentt.g he e-pSOed, l dleatl t--e

lady. wbose beek was tarne to him. B / I^n^f I^^Jr^^I, h i ,,,^,, ,,
"Why. Js#t suppose hr dr ls is spllt. Rl
dows la frontf aw far asito s bMa! 0 Tital tnl WWW. r ili Will be r .da fbn Lry d --

Mf IM m I uepa. ar.p of e W lyo rluem. I M
a the edtor T dl. aro lan b~ ., l at IdNo anr oa pt wa
made a trip to pTae aasfer a St mS. im ke .y m I a
weeks ao, and gives tho following VS WWo PiS y i do M&I
acndcounto a hartoied exot, never stop-M
plar cntil e, a wEsor the slr S.S. S, a for t l m
"Oes mgtleo aopltUakrtd aemI si o 1Ed1 it D4M s
frnm Bartow was standing NonimN dteC& Md haVe M ll #' S
to the n music saradw-A a- k ci h
sights, whe a lady In eval t ig drssY Lia or so w- odhr
ho Inmight. Gp0 g te aam of S. S. &Is Nature' S1" *sl0
a friend standing nar, the BrtwteO b ood pWC -iS o&Ra
gaspc-!: .L,3ok at that wonan; Ques. P n of. 6 M NIP P
tl~ an to the caus of his exco. O I Py Olw B MIf
went,. he explained. IndicataLgt the aWOl *v 0ushl bin
lady. whose back was turned to hia. gmn room at d herb. Iti
Why. just suppose her dress is Isplit u thp lChoaN md dlmglI,
down in frot a (far as It Is behindl' rIdSOSCOIftOf *A Ml Vb4 ft MI Mb
The lady turned, several others imi- tIO, ind in wry w omna rlWin l e f
larly garbed casue up at the mou:ut. up of theie ure SYm&. S& S S. h I -z
and the Bartow man, turningNO p@. wofdlblood pvarer, al tiembimi
declared This Is no place for me! gtk pr wik It a mk
and miade a hurried exit.znever stop-
pltg until be was aboard the skleeper SS.& &is for msa catan u
next morning that wras to bear him ? WlMI OIL i

Bartow-ward. And yet the dress was
conservative compared with some we
have seen at similar affairs "
To thbi another State palmer com-
meints as follows:
'This particular pernonlflcation of

Itartow modesty should be reminded
)f what the late Sam Jones told bis
wife one morning after having attend-

ed a 'swell' banquet. Mrs. Jones
wantedd to know all about the dresses
worn by the women at the banquet.
and Sam replied that they had on
nothing from the table up, and he
was too mu h of a gentleman to look
unde-r the' table .
Now you editors quit making fun
of the ladies who are trylag to please
you and make their neighbors blue
with envy. iBt a million Hethbring-
ton didut see oneu molan whose de-
collettc thosid oil a d r-unt fltKlr-.
Women with other than beautiful
necks and shoulders wear detolle.t

Want adverln Is a bea whi
oa a ha am. and wim w la T O IN TO l
ma drive yaur akn sad paP rp
to say de ared dosm WTI

---DENTIST- --Ii-

D vl Phoae S. AMl Leaa Digsa

fRAXK OLARK & FIELDING pim I irrpIbn dbwgI
LAWTERM SwUr ws as bag

Otlces Over Galnevillte Natonal Dais_*_OlivE
Bark. aeDavlle sPOdIIv

U __ ___ __


or directorire gowns, because the doc.
tor says their chests are too soft
or some other fool reason.
But. take the drOesina butanes all
in all. It Is to accomplish two pur. T EL
poses, the sne to pleas the eye of
man. anld the other to make envious
the heart of woman. The body cov-
ering function of the dress is a third
consideration. sometimes farther
away than that, and there falls to ) Ct1e yiu s tl l mMb
acreoplish its functiton.- MALu mi e iil l* ad A O rmis a w
!ropotli. ea; to 1 5.
..w; anuth in aIs. U
--, w Ml I* Ip, a.
A Card. That when you purchase RW o u I g
This is to cenify that all drUg ists E at noUwllys without an i
are authoritcd to refund your money e
f FIoley's Honey and Tar falls to abstract you purchlae Cat
cure your cough or cold. It stops the ill Ia bg." An abstract drawn
co h, hel the lunge sad prevents U) by us will post dl, W-iAa ml #A
pnumonia MAn easmptimon. Com- j jj
aums oopiates. The gosuie la yOU (il the Title-inform you
Yellow package J W. McCollum of the detailed neoesary to
o know about the property be-
e imemed wiue o lem fore UrChaLe. m A a &ir
ill-- Has year wife a relpe for e t i- h i U
mos s pot froI cklthbla? Ptlrke
I ahoilM Sy ash ad! Sb rm t ved a : : : : : : : :
two Sveopot Aft ny tye. pae po ke
wath quiet ad inateb ls M mt L. M 1 IMO M I
" FllVridaM ts m a a & sa






r _



*1lg e Alael* C irnB d t |'erlda.
S. Uand for tl SEch's |o saM, 0L st
o._ ll d t an b trea the bd r ant.or

Th'r* No rt hou- a ter of thSe eu th-
State" Bof Oo i a a, PWe.. ntmana.

i r 1& -- A, west qa rtor ad the outhwest quar.
n 11a. Teobl at adll b st bier thert
ea i. situ a ~t .a.eH e i g Isd Man br
ho s4- uet qartr ad th e property a
ai 116 Whe 30 t f 0l 0 tsr of the North wet urter ofSw

I" *Tb' o! nt I10o. laa 111wes tlqurte of o theSo Mr. m- Ill tVrTrofTe Duttoa Di andb-
Bt Si0 M as & N V Wf lme- ass -so o M m B To gt henor with all ainre
u m n ao Mna W M 1vr tO fW -f tnee Couaty. Florlda.

a IsL-Noma -9 CINSF O T THE RSA to musty m stio

8 ti-alh6 Wll lso IPS t ag against yT* r w. ,,R ricet .,l

tha, a p s Wmr W to toese t his umua wee, f, ,Um. .e eum aM a

SMAG asr gamess.i t^ .o^ ,.as H an rase wo,,e, Ma a
3Room ad 6511a .1 B1u ea a tth .t.

Shis to th t toet Sk f er ge emr waeua ede os
Of.. -. Shl Ofety Alachnr d Da@ Sus: S f," a n ia
nah a the fl tof oMILTON RETURNS WITH NEW W. athre 0 .
a a e s. t ns a e tGba ep. Amafr to f fl pr"l net tV olv. fo r e
s^em pao ftv M so, the M of te ot ty t to Taloe- PrL
... i p I tie Me r a It I la r fermeee to the propetettosed -,-- CUe Mbr

Kt eeMety beee the MM wUa o cheage ol the A. C. Ls rolway. 2s n werele aer to a
Stho M this at o ild 31 ayeg .2s w T iu. halliw mes

s~a a V a M-id mo a*-e S. is ael na byratm of t Will ai slar. all Pow mitSr T i IM Ie
14ar Jr of .a) -Fnakoi care Dan s od
la eo s al" the 9oesse. a4to the poWs, elmr t I Chea p he Lime fr" e ge be a"
B IIt a tr m. i t a te trr of takea thheIr siak btwn st KlrM In~t ane le n
UL r J w vos t s. t oh of track ad lMa t o o -- Bd
_m o a s alw s it place a to l ach sro M the p LuSeoC e

d es D eqJt i |te rll o two m iL a II to ae 9e -'et rua through Mksopy s agalu C bI 1 G
s.... teb a. o naS t mloe Itoreet t mal Tine ant Bml ete. ami. me e L-r. S

fl tm. taSS its see imipf t temperM hs

A bo oooo swI s Ge to ae w Io* t
u- ld al-- I. Olll- w bllhe We Up ael t o e ow over th ma v I.. tle S.t tss -m s .e &abe J
raa...fa bludV" S me t O he thillIo the Of S.eamttee they sea to wTails o fo WON" asbnt
ap e ts mi o "1 US ft1 -0

lis s 9 W t y o the NO WIN ar e afta o th M te Aof C proposed y e e*sBe hr ta t m n **b l I**

0rmpd ,nae r 1" p 01 1h A. W I M DeMWi "
emaw fsa ** n. ..o .. r*I
fro ma aol d e beraeh o hidl Mc hMae th ae tb whics pO sed be o bth a 1 l he taLs a. Wfi es A
SJej a .~ wd tOR 6 T- ol bya ha l Sma oty. -e eBr tat br ane orsIef Governor aos ItAlh atrw ha. tider o l
t oe wal to Mi i.S Stor Ja sewv. e t. tpatoseti am af he railroad c tltotmn DrS. Monsoery See f urt b oa
Sso mae 4 "e t ofk. a too I S a tins pe t thet br a ls h a t of ataks upwee l t alahause b aet d mler oaL- 4Mu1I4 d stef a
pal- tr vots tat thry Jaew ThllTe to lave or pAlt pase lober to are hil to sstI albetn wte A rS W r Cas
I lna veW local Meas ac. ta hem sS eral h6 of S tre t olnctio ad l astos.. wad the Ic r C re t ore 'l m.
an 0 ewm wdaed ht a ede0. fr t a O regular bra Toma e. n a a great oo'. ir cs E OmLre
Swet to i h af C mreadnn. = y miles. of tt oL rk an building In OrN T
s US Ne 9W1 11 9I 1ee Olf sy. IN i or o is pt thple nal rcoiIo of any child ace prae is No or I S i
& Assl tt S tor a Sd ted^.1 the Ho ve ar oNwh erl m sevng ral of late ns loithen aI your atoi ach Mo s .te er. ie s r a mrultoe
Sfrm H They tw aefor y coi e e o thed whole on at ea ta all you take ao nourishment
i M ItMe LrMS, v< the gMu eral revenue bill s ad t oe bll Na teat of the eable have *or h a **sho rres'se e t L ucrar-
etmd to third rweadS Id -taybe your* ha. Be ced rtall that cn all. aesase a. Sse V easf

BS1.I HO;U Ulittlk else ha occupied (b th tim It ha not by stivlg it Whte's Cream IS S A," cmeBe"t ootn .s WLga

lm r eta Tee bl provbil dla- for a ca e of of the Hoes for several days with Vermiefue- t exp.i allt worme and freeoflftor.,ss s Admeksetobe aroy
@ I ballang the Mna tof S. prop eed mew 4 e n.I e mt00

111n1 depaT t Ue forms of government of Jac on- Ihe exceptlou nf the long belon over in a tonic for tie haby. PIsM, 2+ a ,,* u.-^ cac .i,1e as
vt wa ot paed aU e d n the JakMonll charter M. peats ld by W. M. Jsa at a r wa ta r a sd
S-- 1 ,y D Yayt- Iti HeI yeerday, It bepaeta dlt- ---.. h tw, lb en I ht aut see. Se*

SioZai- IaS tino l toTa covered by opamseta of the meture A dltt t o all stat ord a ..r the .bo ai
Sof e t ate. that the hoto by Mr. cWl a pretty hrd ta I to e p w r y se IL set. ., o .,. AD se
Iof st JohA*b at te e on u te ulsbt we ywhou're blIe, oat of isT. rTRhUII, PLORmIA. ak errk Mhreu G .emes A. a A en t

f .ora. Mm a HLVam ID a"k
M 1a. I et ae i aore, bIheat the ruv a be ilved aad a Watki Theren s w i Tallrahassee and fo- "Ia a e s sa .
PoghI6a and 44Whirl aen mmber. to e S. msupa of South would remain over for a few dais a- wms War" 0oat corn

herl- ph tte bill be passed to third reading kds olf stnh aAd Mor complaints Was Is V NOwleC Ora APICATION l TAR
-~^--r j__"._ -" o-f-" -- a* te made a si -ial orderr for 10 -d o- ad iyspepek. B a .- O CMIAP"uIJ
ar Herbuie i m ill,. yet absolutely d FS--n ig ieh iuth wt a -. LAW or rfrQoIA.
n man-Hd Palsd, 1. to 'clock yesterday morning had lacked ft Live in all cases. Price 60 eets Notesas tbee tleer s tr a r. ae
L ro votL, of a necessar) twoithirds ner bottle. old by W. M. Johason. km Uh 3 h m n. puremha of as CerurUner o M a diut
__%th 4th dsp ol Sepest ,. A P 1. h5 ,g5e
nm S II X by McUMils- majority ila order to carry. th ea.tuS, a ft ome e. ad aai ade a |-
a-a- a pan .r The journal failed to show that the pis'ehlwSad' Ien desed &o ae a itsI |
larw io mubed wrprol. Sam o4ueate d ILit
g a M by esay roles were waied tai order to Ilne 6eturt. F orida towlt
p a e 1M b el bee I. 1 i .b. ti a 1 a r
Io -- 01rnt gjie b. amd ., -t
ih l lThe growth dof this Bank is Froof con- the."--* -"- ofm--.o.b.
clusive that its business being con- %'"Y'ri V-1 W1or
Ae 9% da) of Mar. A D iM
S U W gM fl
t Death t ducted in a manner highly satisactory Sa Cl..e C.'"ai Cow|
DcauiMI. nA
Ne t e In % W mad to its thousand patron. We would J. PATIbN

S y1 s u m aul. f appreciate some of your business. : : .Cvil EqIr asd Sm
B1MM Now. May Vt.-Raylford yoas a". a skilful mecannk. and .***.ivi E-m r as ..
ago %N yue U s of Mr. an at the time of the uufurtunate occur CAAU U mUg mta n
S rs. a a b*ef s ti vitcllt). Was renee his )(Maxg atlf. smith a r 9 hlt- ale40s i e Jlj.
Mu v. L Tfts- (Ithe metishoid seelittl IN>. %or, rI 0". dimG dad his0 bedf iri 1h
:" t: L-':.w'" "" wo "t': ":" ""iise z ': GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK "....," Zf.l.Th
B of u-. m'Y his boy wa re- i-artdn to )oUlu hin In hl. n,.* hum-,. MINESVII NATIONAL BANK a m". P. 0. am WIt. o |

oelVd h1em a tS e Slr i His wlfe. ne'* Mias 'Aruoin of ('CurA11:C1, Ca i er
A &Eve weeks ago. young app ',.lle. ria. aud Sir, Vruos,. ith a.'
Od obtaied employment at KRio .roe iuauitwr of re il, ,.a atid fi,,s,. ', __
t a Irse lumber ill as fres ,-t .th 'a,,k ,.. ',',,j, ,, ri',, I9@ @ 9'@ @ @@ HL SS**. *** i
Ig- a g4 the 17th of May in sLuus I c*- rr aarli l, 5', t t .. -t- .. a
apIterima way ble right toot uas al1'
@anht Is a small Iulkty and his ra Tu lir idt Mr. 11 VC A.a5 5Io 1&5 a&,
tne hab as turon uS near the hip. I lt truplaish' r.1 Ti 'lia Kosailr
Sthis condition he iered for *"zaz2 sad a .t "" a Let Us Keep Your Books for You "-
Ir l lr ll. barn ol (hip ,r < *I th )rA. "l .. ... .. .... ,, 0"'
fg btearo, whom dwrth latessveted thr hertosd
pg op ek lo h e h ere a at ea 'ce nsts Ih bui A. , tjW, AI Jo '. I I ) r .l-, ,) ) ..r) .t
*.,,aod. -d1,,i-h
P ll by sire, atud bhl body %&is f -. Alua .u i .it+., ,,eu ,,,r t .,,- ), l, ll ii .
P to Ra arriving i the ,Ut ti ,I ,. Phifer Br Baonu ers I.wi CO.s?
#$V'gd. :&S &b Sat t x. bashagt., I C I f
4agged Sa wi an h il n*L-r 9 -an da f- __ t .

&4 1 il t ;*I
, 44T
;! 11

E we

q-T 4






I ^ S mee It

M Mbu Of the faclty of
--a --a^J ^ -*1- ^

fi IftWm A t 2a2ad L nl by

sm g dgis a heroic
0i W O ,d momd but.
--- -*

PMof bb h t- MA L

ulbw hi sama worth is aal-

sogtV rW fe iwea of a man's
dm& A-- ma weth Just o mach
~b e he esmaum hmet.
L~ -

Sa --@m easo by hias Cwork be

ir re t valmU weo teno t a nm

bs'r o ame ti d It. Let two
o r a henl be g Med In dIrtaM
N so s i lAd oeml mipsl It
go a b m r slWOd. rismeg
ab wr an wto watch the pm
sno b&e

A- sael mar are aow tourtas
-AN theatre eastern 0sos"m of
I --day as a rnka of the O Sorts
df asaal prmilaet daly papers to
beng sheet I acn sed Laterest In
bauldin @g d read The autos
ril a great factor Ln the good
md -questo as people who want
a & abe want better highways.

The TIiae.LIVaoa orders this timely
Vtvoe: "I yewr boy expects to cel.
bgate t Ortios Fourth advise him
Si I SthlLa. Better to drown than
he bNow up. because he.u hie goes
dowe yes aey r ver bim iun sood
sh-a. but after he has goa up bo
aay return rather dilapidated The
Saly wise plaa Is to padlxck thebr ,I

lo the dlaa-table for
iur aul I *" .

TM A. a. L S mw K

3b ~a a fl

"waft w er b o tm i

Wob" OWNW.-
mobfs a.uw -am th

noft ma l t l"

-a of theI was*o
961ak41Aasmmsrnof paes*
Irwe uS kpn th ui

w witha -o bat,

elm LAW sassm a compYy

loom IIhr~ OY
-% f rdr bemsw bmad.
~ 84-~ th ~ind
~admGonMe OftheSate Cm
S bi-omte mm.atte O aw
7 no mftnd Onoany ap

ad-go memd w4"
amUe0. PINdMh hu on"

c -p a. edw tdMt
3of to th"POWlaie OmIs
440 Md 6emeaowa

%Wat" ab l09At

law b u ed a bbs prn I
or lim t themod
a m.w adimeat..4 h
ft ww som sotohe ti

~ 4d go am"te re*6
06 ato 6nd to 60 sMNB 4sa
ad so00 1wthe
*JNr wrM mn o tO beto b

do owdk dosaidthue albeow
pmw *Am add ow t me P1*

as am dew was"We b to,
sod= wk t the bpremintw ke

we U J h ma -w do" e
janm 30, utlkms,.4 Iudby
.4e Binte. there t~lo. Aad w

oaw ekE ~E em ewemgae.4 alter
Iw e with the m"Me prbon o pn

Miry- 3, 13 sad submitted by

wIIh babies- the~ eanopyI shown o

=W -be prW or p l b ut ti Is w

we= "to 0e dep bhe made with
eparete dere se thet whmte and
uiugs may o r 0~ he Iepemie tiwk

m and thenee We them r-
apeote waiting erees withest Iu1te~-
aingling itl, sash ther.
It I. further ordered that work
ea the same shall begin within thirty
Iday after the City Council of the
City of OGlaellevle shall grAnt to the
md rairoad cowipany the right and
pritllege to erect on and over the
street l fret of the depot th" can-
opy Ahwr on aid plan or blue print.
ad shall be completed within two
mntha after the date of the ,aid
great of prii lege.
Ordered la open session at our
oate ti the City of Tallahassee thlu
2th day of May. A. I. l11-.4.
".L HUDOON BURR. Chairman.
"Attet: S. IL COBB. Secretary "


The House of Reprem.ntati'er did
the right thbln on Tuesday wbhn it
passed the Doke bilL Mr. Car bonu-
etly thought he had a better meni-a
re, and was a good fighter for that.
He had a number of followers who
believed as he did about this book
Ielattios. If the Dike bill pases
the *eate, we believe such a good
school manas Mr. Cars wlU say. If
he returns two years hence, that he
awittjgly opposed a good law. Mr
Cara. o wishing to dblay klglilation.
yesterday very promptly withdrew hib
motio to reconsider
Aa4d ow as to the Senate. The In-
telligent gentlt-mewin who sit in the'
upper branch, and who watch for
what is termed lbd legislation. will
And nothing to caondemln iin the lIuk"-
bill. which is similar to that of
ator McCreary. except that the 9-l-nate-
put a slight amendmuent to ith. i.Ltt i

Whether be has succreed-d or lkat
Mr. Car. as well as oth, ra. ah, are
'looking out for u- t, la't lia-rare rl ,!
the State, de-err~.' thr thank of thI.-
preOpl in th e fforl th-'. hA% t IaIUl.'
to sIle" the Id- ,le relief frtom th
high lpri 'e. be-rrrtufuol' d to th.
IbNk conleantihe.- aIo hia\r ,.rv.-i I-t

to at e f ou ( r iiaga cea nt4)11rItMnua11t)1 akil Vfdri or
'rate~~lcrii r- 'el a..-N







Thea Pomon Jeomal has repsa-
eI rfsrrold to t dtof the preat
J AiW eI to reappertle the repre-
seMlle of daMt body. sad t Its ls.
m Ndte elh says:
swe, at de sM ty:

adM be 1s more than rmey t dre
members of tl"he iastmes L en
adt Seate ermbst. It permits
ewly iLsLtd ef Ity weaver, to
lrmums this amber by me rep"e
seative a the nt aportis ll-
Te same l-troms ProvMd
tad a nw appet --rlll IM Ibe
-ade aI 1i7 ad every t years


pu rd ra M wraepag u "- w d
read iby t phe M m stuly. It R d4 L
ds m Thearer. dT r ede tahY tot
oshoeallt m tse Legslatuofe of
IM be r ded aes a ssttUtbaal
SThe bnaaemd LgslatueO haes
soe fat refusedptop Wamepao
swetabm Os top 9 this It has add
ad eM~av me s ad WtheAts" to


Permer aIeioItm l ed While nI
at to Tms City.
ftie SaturaWys DI o*Sm:
Telegraphla leomatUlo was reev-
e4 nl this ety friday oa the sadde
death of MUr. L. Frch. wvek e-.
eured at a espital t Wato atne
whlA i ohea rrete to her teme

tlivs ad frmtids L RUaMb.e, ..
tar the pat low wme sa- was r-
teual to tids aity whe s edmi
with Ibees wMib Wsebd Whe death.
Marshal Armw was aimmmlmated
ith by the bospltal sath rltae ad
be la turn anled Major ThomaT .
who ha tetgraphed her rgrb d
Ig what 1 shold be made
of the bdy.
She was tbns frm the traIN ta r
vry weeok aemtim. sad having r
muds, the authinitle there mell
aew r by the sm em he t t.
kems had bees a very WeOsW
wO oer w r the tempweame muse it
thLs sa other adtlks e of ori, bt
It was her that he* had alaoed loyal
bids& who mppwd her evwey dA
ad amted in her d work.


sameville Bey Wea First *ar ais
Large samtimare Clam..

eguate me or two morad thus W fends of Allen Graham of this
legally taIncrease to a still greater x- y. oty. of Captain James Graham.
test the number of reproemtative. tll be delighted to larn that this
Win say ia n with a level head say young ian has gradated with great
t has te right to do this? mor at the Baltimore Medical Col-
The Jounal admits that It Is Ia tleg, havig received the highest boo.
possible to reapportion representation ors l the exanlnatlons, and received
oa ay sort of a rational basis under t he Ast hIor medal. Among a lg
present costltotional lialtatios; *t. The Baltimore un gives Dr.
but a cstitutoa must either be Graham special mention, which is
obeyed or else amended. The whole gratifying to all who know him.
matter s Ina a muddle. The basic law Dr. Graham. who is a young man
of Florida is being violated.olf exceptional Integrity and character,
"There Is no way to rectify the has studied hard during his term at
trouble except by calling a conven- this famous college, and is rewarded
tion to revise this law. If the Legis. as he deserves. He will now go to
lature neglects to do this It may 8t.% Joseph's Hospital. Ialtimore.
cause the State and the people of ,where he will undergo a special
the State no end of confusion and dsl- court' in surgery.
trte.-. -"
Approaching Marriage.
As was expected. the Jarks.anMillt Invitations have been issued an-
charter bill wa. nitroducd in the- nouncing the approaching marriage'
Lot-ilature- at its bul.len.t ieriad. and of Mr James C. Phillips and Mi.!.
the fight ahich n.-ue-d has tnke-n con- Ida Knight. which happy ev'efint a ill
siderabli tatlim that could h.ive b-h.n tucuir at the honri- of .Mr. and Mrs.
deoted to, n. a~ura of gr -at.r iin It. It. Snith. Fort M.-ala 'la. ,
port to tll' Sitate at large-. The oul. .1tir.- :inil
way to obviate this In future- is to Friends of the contracting parties
allow thie municiilialities to s ttle' char- in Alachua county extend congratula-
ter ame'ndl'l-tt t hetn.l; 1.i 's. a- tionil in adBancv..
recomnitend(d Inl the' mnitsge of Go%
ernor Gllchrlit to thef lIgillature. Death of H. C. Roth, Sr.
S. C. Roth of North Gainesville
It is only a dreametr who ex|iL"'t, received the sad information Satur-
that the wealth of a nation will L. day of the death of hi fath.,r. II. C.
or can be so distributed that tt'r)- Roth. Sr.. which occurred at hib home
one will have an equal share. Iut in (Genttsburg. Pa. Mr Roth cl-ft on
It is a wise man and no dreamer who the afternoon train for that plate
aims to do away with conditions that and will be abont for th favor special Interests and which In days attending the funeral and se.t
so doing work Injustice to the peoiople, t!(ing the lu-lneass affair

The farmer whowe corn cribs are
flked from his own fields and in rr at l.
wbooe smoke-house hangs a supply of DIleputy Sheril J Parish arrlied
borm-raised bacon. may snap his il the city Saturday. ha\lui il cus-
fnger in the face of the Northern tody D)ve Parrish. colored. who is
speculator and sell or bold his cotton wanted in Marion count). and who
a, he plearwei. Itwl bt held here anailtin the arrit-
_l of authorlllte from ()cala.
Iown' pl-opei' uffrer uore frtro
imaginable, troubles thanI real ones. Fan-' (;*eorglj anid Fl'orida .a Ins
The) alwaa) worry atIhut the future, I ad cotlonll ia,l, otei d i i t i. i
and conjure up dllficultle' thatIh do nah niaik.l di lil.j t' l it lr : t.,
not 'tl.t. ile-c um -' of this their life .; ,<,0 '. ic i '! .' I
is robbed of more than half lip )jo, floral. ia ill tle S ouihw-t -t
and b 'lhi> t ia coutfr It t int tO t i, -. r .an
tle. the- a1, In I I.LU kasid a.! aill
Ol.- w s) to Lruo ote. hi.atl I fo in i ,.- i a .., r In.
e'\ er% h>boumi holdit-r Iao Si innt htnu.ll dr,- t .
or htl r-. If an 1ta'ee-toer an td thti.> g '
Oir I r.'ll111. a a tlolugtl luig i pcti oll
(lh. ltlla -eild b) a thorough ei I tll

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The thirty-fth year of Mi s
bass School eloed Priday.
2th. with appropriate exercisls.
Tbe school was made happy by
proeao of tkh entire board of
ors, appolated by the Diocesan
sad the may patroes, who ex
pleasure at the advascement of
pupils, ad the latter were es
delighted whea the Bishop
meated them om there district s*
Ian sad correct prosaclatou of oe,

Three medals, three birthday rta
sad mamy beas-tfl books were awr
d to those ppils comlag up to
stadard require by the sebuoL
These were premeted by
Wod as his own happy way. and us
words were, to the recplets, a#
pasta as the gf t
holes a r the m-es of
tuemla reltaving prisms: b J
DavTi, mdal; Ire"m Lotr so

Mary cL-NS- Kats CI Ra yt ai K
PFq r -y. -
sueks to Deothy mth.k Asieo Me-
Kimstry. Hobses Come. Harry Merh-
at, Poaly DIaughry, a sI Pornas-
fes, mas L Hudesn, Martha Tlsom.
Katherine Halle ad Ladte Plewellyn.
Theo pupiu mamed below stUua
above the average: A. J. Come,
Georos Machant, B. Tousey. L MN-
lia. Prank Pwandes. WIUlmm Simp-
so. LMltse DbePas Dorothy MeDow-
all. Jesse Cbhemt, Jeosphem Brooks
Nettle Hlg4eo sad Maloy Drvs.
For the many aotles, knd words.
and deeds, the school hee dlres
to express hearty thanks to the HO.
H. H. McCeary. proprietor of The
DaIly and Weekly Sua.




Prom Sunday's Dally Sun:
Capt. J. W. Illandlng of the GaineQ
ville Guards is now working his nlitU
prelaratory for the annual State enl
caimpment. which will be tlld in Juni,
commencling about the loth.
Notwith-tanding the warm nights.
he has his men out regular) for
praeti-ce and the coming week he an
ticilrate'- hating a number of .extri-
mtlletin I on to |-iti r jirel'prv. theim In f,
the work the-y will to I|.rfolrii
(C'.le t I 1,tllditg *anltt* to tal." aun e*r'l',A .n igicr.g.iltiIon to thll., etlic'in;
ilaeit an' l L.hli\%e that he will bt- sui,
ct-4 fill.
Ikeildes the large nunltn-r of mn-nl
that will go from t in(;int. .I the.-
will 1- e<'quall) as tiua!y from .Ia;
nop., which will gi e bthe conil'i i
the full number allowed for thi-
4.i. iit
(;ain.s\ille. hapr always nanife'.t.-
great prlde in lher nmlitarvy )Lbo alil
she has aIwa-y) been sell repaid I .
the manner in which they bate adser
lised the city and carried honors tlhat
would have gone elsewhere. and the
organiatlon still deserter bisb
credit. as the DnLae are wa-.lldrill-J
and will bold their own i any col;-
test they may enter with the State
Talk for the Guards and thua as
slat a worth. organultion who ar.
santrlfl'ingl a Ireat d, al of tinim fI'r
tle g
If you bhav found anathllg see if
it t adwersa*4 hr tlb Want column


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