Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 11, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00592
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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:SQUADRON ORDERED ROOSEVELT LEAVES DENVER. I MANY r KILLED BY I PAT CROWE RETURNs.. BREAD FAMINE IS

President's Special Starts on Its Trip | Alleged Kidnaper of Cudahy Boy lat

FROM KAMRANH BAY i V 'nn'r. Colo.to.Chicago.May ID.-The presidential KANSAS TORNADO. t Omaha. "t'b Back. :May In Omaha 10,-Pat OIOWP. FEARED IN CHICAGO

special traIn. consisting! of a the alloRt-il! kidnaper of Kdward Cud
I I baggage; car buffet car sleeper. prl I -- I ah)'. ton of the wealthy packer uf ----

Russian Warships Must Leave rate: car of the general manager oi !I Storm Swooped Upon Town Omaha, ant for wh vs<> arrest rol\\'tt.. Teamst' Rofuso To Deliver
the road anil the president's private i 4icKMttnif; $:',ll.lo") dare\ : at different
.J,. rench Waters. car "Rocket" pulled by one of the new Wih; Terrific Fore timer been offered walked Into the Flour To Baknriea.

. monster engines' I left the union depot olTlcl' of the 11'orWllcraId1 nccompaby ---

{ t'. ROJESTVNE&KY BROKE PROMISE here over the Union I'aclnc railroadfor ACTUAL CASUALTIES NOT KNOWNMany uied Thomas tVltrlen proprietorof ANOTHER BIG STRIKE PENDING
Chicago promptly at 7 o'clock this, I the HtMishaw hotel! --- -

'L. fit. Petersburg Authorities Do Not Regard morning The curtains In the pret>l- of the Victims Were Killed as CIOMP tiMophou to the World Herald Steam and Gas Fitters of Large Concern .
dent's private car were closely drawn: of his presence In the city and
&i ' Japanese Claim Against Franco I They Lay Asleep-Aid Hat Been Threaten to Quit Work on Account
and all was quiet within. Quite a '; said that ht''lIul.l) rail at It.nt'wa.
ForAlleged Breach of Neutrality crowd had assembled at the station to Asked by Citizens of M".qu.u.,1) paper otnc. A short time afterward. of the Firm Discharging Twr

Very Seriously. see the J president off but no demon- Kans., from Other Towns and Cities.Marquette. \\\v apiK-an-d, In C'111'311)lth O'Hrl'II. [ Union Driver
,. stration was made. Crow.> then told of hU' wandi>rings

. : i : !' Paris, May 10.-Orders have been The huge engine was piloted by Bnglneer Kan.. May 10Many persona azure ho left Omaha four years ago. Chh'"u. May 10,- ShortaK In JalUciy e

; :." .1' cent to the civil and naval authorities 1I0ckenbt rgt'r. and was In tin were killed, a score or two' oilier 1 I He sale thnt li*> had, t..n"tl' | in the of Hour to jfnxvi! and t>.&k-

':I1 !.. la French: Indo China not to permit: charge of Conductor Clark. The en. injured and a part of the tr'aid-nce i lloor war fUhtln with to 11><'ra. Ho erica was thrfitietifit by a fresh

T I the Junction within French waters vt glne itself was literally smothered In. portion of Marquette was d.
the Russian natal forces under Admiral decorations! h)' a> tornado that tttuck tli:- pluco at I and had: lived roiiilniiall) HcnirdtttHi I"It'.t iirrults are the drivers! of the11'rnlg

Nbogatoff. Instructions have already Preceding the president's special: midnight !lam night The numlior ot to bill .tatenu'ut iiil| -tly In H Month 'I" nnz.ng company[ a larK con

a been sent to Admiral Ot>Jon. I train by ten minutes! went the customary dead u estimated at :0. but owing' tll side flat' In ('hicago. |lit'| avid tir had cent! ihftl! \)' t'tiKauod In dfllverinK
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( queries the French naval commander : pilot train. Track walkers and tho confuaion t following: lh' >i. riu. it hen lii l'htrago nrurly' IlIn' > 'a ra suit Hour for millliiu fompnultf All of
; to see that RojesUensky fully ol> Inspectors were ordered out at daylight Mill b.l HOUH- time before tinactual that he has \'It.\I.1\ ()lIIllh un threes the nun iiiit| work w ht'ii one ot thfmWN

nerves the promise he has glen! to all along this division on the cat
;..t leave French watra Thse orders resulted Union Pacific and every: precautionwas The Swedish l.utht'rn 111I I Methodist I \11 t to the Cudnhv KUInnp'tiK earn the ho)< oiti>d .IIX. IH| ot thC Jt.'IJ.rtUlt.'lIt
\f from the receipt of a detailed taken to insure the president's churches and thin ira i IIOIM I \\\e declined! to ilii)' or almlt hU guilt *ti""> Tlw 1 iffiitt will be a *uort f>)

("dispatch giving an account of Admiral safety. block were wrecked, and iloxcns of --- --,_ . - of 1 15iiio: ) harrrta of Hour u wook.

I : \t ieJonquerie meeting with Rojestven. residences rnd to the ground. Tile TOBACCO KING PASSES AV\ AY. "l'"lt'ltll wv 1')11Jit't the employers'uitnoHutlon
; ?'alty. The dispatch sa.s..the Kiuslan IN SQUALLSNew -- the strike
;,1 SEVERAL LIVES LOST bUMnt'hl! porilon escaped with slight to help us out
f.r..' --, squadron made a four days' cruise on dana! : : f'. Founder of Duke of Durham Tobacco lieu'ii is an ImmcilUiti etlut'tcat' lu tti t

f1! 1 ;. the high seas outside the 3 mile llmltI York Harbor and Vicinity Are Aid was axkivl, of other t tins and Factory Succumbs to Death Hour suppl ," said 1 ;Mr Wenlj. "It(
/and then returned last Saturday anchoring the Scenes of Many Casualties phj' lctan WIMC sent from :-;.+:ina and (lit Ihatn, N t'.. May to '\\ivhllint' the strike situ, llnut-s rhea wilt i he :u

I ; at Kong Hal Hay, coast of New5 York May .-Svteral lives many nearby places. I Mke. I the mlllionalrf. loburco manufarturer lour famine. I expert to apply to

.,' Aim am, to take on provisions and freshwater were lost and many more endangered The otrnado truck tl< noutru-rn" and! fonmlor of what Is now the the tifnoi-Utlon nt UIlt"IIt1II1t11' "

11 ;; When Admiral deJonquerks: In a series of squalls which swept end of the town and I cut a,(t'I"HI l Swath i American! Toburro ('ompauy, ii||lid| at .\ strike of "-\en greater. 1m

., ,r was informed of the Russians' return1be over: the: sound and river about New one hundred yards In ,,'!llth through! his ri'sl'li'tir. brio after" u .rotticiestl l>i>t'tiino-I Impended| today
\ proceeded to Kong: Hal and requested York, developing the first hosting ca, Its entire length Coming, n* It dl l ,lillK'HN.l: ut the JIKe of HI I )'i-.r!*\. -- The fianw company, ('unlrulltn
: Admiral Rojostvrpsky to Immediately unities of the St'I\\JD. at midnight. the IWUIlo'h' cnuglu I S mil* mutt h" BH<> ;\1 r. l hike frjl mist ut the material In the steam ft'

withdraw, outside territorial waters. There were many accidents on t the without a nvoment' wnrnlnic ""I I and broke l u limb and slnro that HIIIM tong and gas; ttttlnv industry may b"'

'E 1 \' The Russian admiral gave De Hay and on the rivers but In mot heavy rain.worm had ,jin-cedi-d the 'I i hail t ten oonfltied to hit. riMim. Ills Irn..ln'.1 thronith.iu| < tll.l'h.lr"" of lw"
1 Jonqueries his word that he Intendedto cases the amateur sailors were near wind and after the tornado passed itnetlie I death l was bn, teiied l II>' a roiiipllrutinn tlrlttrs who" refused to deliver malertnl

".. I leave his anchorage and take to the shore and were rescued without M'rl. of complete! lit I 'hatolItlBuIII! eel. I of allm0nt With him wham lidlod at the.. :Marshall field\ building an

r open sea. He also. Informed "-'Jon* ous injury. Tlu tornado atrm-k the southern were his. three nun. IiriNlla I.. \\"I"uh IU,'''"". Thlt Crnnt* company

' queries that In his communications The nloop RoblMon was capul/od opposite with: great force wrought Its fprrtbtnhjivix IHtke. of Ihirhani ; J. II. !take Nul, <>mito| ,)s M Iii. rtfr. Number of te-uin...r.
' a with .the land Ire had not violated One Hundred and Fifty-second\ I within a few minutes'' time anil} dent of the Amerlrnrk Tnbarr> rotu- who promptly noturht Ui nirtloiu from

any of the neutrality regulations, and street In the Hudson She had on continuing Into the rich farming couti$ patty, anti II. N' ]lithe' also of New tlic leaders a* to whether the .trlK' iof

that the stops of the Russian squadron board eight! export sailors when struck try north of :Marquette< canned fur Yurk. ehn flour leMtuitierH, should' b., suit.
':. along the Indo! China coast were for by the squall Captain Henry A*' liter damage. I The rarrer of ihltirton |)iike !is tat..d. It" "4 unlit that c0ntereaeer

the purpose: of resting the crown. The blant. the owner of ttu boat with his In Maniuetto many residences seen, remarkable. In that h.t and his three IIf i h" tr-amnters' union oftlelalM .ndte

I .1 JUisslan admiral said he would depart brother Louis, wire In charge, the .sir completely dt-mullAhed i it!It' Yo r-dI&W" sons roes- from "poverty to thu i I.....-.. |>r >meiitatlves" ( of ttui <"raiu> company"

J'' the following day. men with them being all good swim b.l .in.r carried away ,-n' (rely. \\ 1141.' ion of fortunes ..tttlntareil I at veterattn would be held' In Itopo of averting! 4

I TIleJo'ren'h admiral then retired! mers. The Mjuall caught fix craft nlh..u'r..' picked up i>.only| 11I<1\1".1 I Ia 1 1 lion each, within u pvrlod of Imn"t new strike upbeatal.TliM .
from Hong Hal to advtae the French with all sails spread. however, and before short distance away und dropped in forty years. (;tune company gives employ"
government of the result of the inter any action coulii be taken the earth. I -- meue to :JR.ixiD men directly or ml. !

rlew. He returned to Kong Hal yesterday mainsail was slapping the water and Many of the victim were killed a* Will Establish Btate Line u'Nly 'ibroiiiih It* nulls, foundries .*n<>J
to see whether Rojcstvenky' seven of the men had b.-.>n thrown they lay asleep; oltiiT maimed an*. Atlanta.' :May 10. After/ IN years w "U'huu.e..

.promise to go to sea had been carried overboard. Uing) awoke to find tlx-mselvta/ bur : theta! is now a possibility that the II'.. Wtillv (hw strike was today assuming-"

gout: and found the Russian warships led |In the wreckage or their. former luall,1 boundary. line between U"u'C'a i a 'ware Ibreatenina; attitude the elll '"

:Lutill at their anchorage, but preparing: NEW ORLEANS APPRAISER DEAD borne*. and Tennessee across lookout moiin plojrrs'" teaming company Is becoming
't q depart. Admiral Rojestvensky as- Following\ the utoriii ram a lull. lama may lit- settled U)'>wrr>or Terrell Incrvaslniily ait.r....lve. Today I.SO It

h' tared him that the entire squadron General Algernon 8. Badger Die atan Boon th.* cries of lnjur-l and fright ha. rerHviwI I a carnmunlrstkil from ams were sent out and the couips.nyprumUvd

would leave during the night. Advanced Age. eneil 1 people could be heard on every Governor Cot of Tennesee.. staling to furnish teamsters to it ilh
New Orleans May 10.-.nl'lr.1 AJ hand. Men with lanterns appeared that Chit Tennessee l legislature, which ( work of all\ drivers who quit. Tb. \

Situation at St. Petersburg. gernon S. IJadger. United Mate ap- here and there among the .wreck** baa jitat adjourned, has passed an delivery\ of retail 'foods was further
Petersburg. May 10.The Japa- raiser for New Orleans I.I dead. *ge
t. threats against France are not (9. lie..* born In Inton. When of rescue .... begun hr... commissioners to meet n llk. sheriffs and special pollc waa in-

_k eo very seriously here. The Rtuiian the civil" war began be enlisted In tbe Progress was stow because of the number from leorgU and run the era .

authorities continue to maintain Sixth Massachusetts volunteers, then darkness and It was sue sums In disputed boundary line between Dad Although surrounded by six g\t.r<*.
t I3r"tbat Admiral Rojestvensky baa not became an officer In tbe Twenty-sUth. for anything like a systematic effort "utUII,. Ot*,r,1s. and. Haoilllon aM a nonunion teamster was knocked oft
of neutrality. In and with the first troops Marten ronatlee. Tenn...*... TWa dls-' his and .
today
p 4.overstepud the limits regiment was could be mart to remove the Injure. wagon severely Injured
Y view of tbe excited state of tbe JapaBM sent to New Orleans after it* fat and before aid was asked of neighbor puled boundary line run npt ""' ... The vlrtlm was Joseph Ht. John vbu

over the possibility of tbe fruit At the close of the war G.nersIkdgef/ tog towns. .uoI&OOtlt mountain.L was attacke wbtte driving one of the

i ? .. being swept! away Japan'. protest in command of the Metropolitan police Pherson county It u In the tat .st MJftO e Banh street brl'Jx lie suddenly"
r are considered" quite natural but ber In the battl of the 14th of Set em ber, center of Kansas. and in lb. ricb: she bad lost II.l(.0 on her to
: minatory attitude toward a chivalrous 1174, when Governor Kellogg was overthrown farming country In tb. mate. way by union drivers, while ro k4wer
Mrs, Hlarln of B7 Houtdin
tXHiatry like Franc 1 Is regarded: aa a and wa seriously wounded In When daylight broke over the townIt bank Mary burled by strike sympstbUers in
Blander. While" Great Britain 1* -expected the fight. In 1171 b4 wa made postmaster found lb. entire prKialatlon In lililb. ..tC'4I1.11lI&lll.b,,,., drunp4t a crowd: that bad gathered, One ..

to support her ally and secure and thereafter wa collector state of panic IJca.ID -" was entirely. a faint In front of Ibe cashier'swindow the missiles struck Ht John/ on Uthead.

fair play: should Japan pre.* Fraoch of custom and later appraiser. .u too far Great Itritaln, it Is said can l beri Injury turned his attention toward bank Itrt/a'twa; and fttlcir wean., toppling him to the p&vem.nt.Tb .
.F. wanted upon to use all her Influence Frisco Buys Tenrte**** Central. aiding the wounded, aiul is now at the K *iernhxrpul. HI.lrl<< eierutlv: b
I t to calm tbe statemen at Tokio. The Nasbvlll!*. My JO-A dispatch The tornaxVi form-1 ': miles *o itb nfUarriuettw ictlsklyn: where the duclnn. KO: Jo'Nlftnalln of lAbor met today siip
Interests of Japan cond! not be served to the Manner from Harrltnan. Tenn.. and 4U1 not i:..-n ; 1. aceordinlt to con: here by an e*. says that It 1* reported bore that tbe until it had passed mane nlln/ north p..... from on. .*.JIIh (o another train west of (Minn, III sat
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err .!. of men and boys are s rett.
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',' f ;'I tension of the i ostnitle* nnle..* Ad 'Frisco system has In reality taken on of the ton. In Mar .itt# th. resl. e pUln to bins the strike sltuatu bare
: the Tennessee C-ntral. and tbat an . trig the .tr..1.1 \\"laftJ..l1tuc: tn tbn l....forw the train. .
4r 7. iolral Togo U beaten in wblcb sus dente p nton west i>f .. main street reaches (. 111"06\ <<1) Th
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hap, of flailing: (b nr.*ln. money.Employes ,
4 it Is cot dou:,ted that Japan wH| rue extension of the line from Harriman suffered the prfuclps.. : .u>*c... The . union omtm rec ?lve | hntlrnatlouhuwevtr
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a the pretext of t'-.'n'h violation of nena to Tetlif Plain. Tenn will b* .<* e of hrns&s In the ttniTt-'' ..' the tornado that the president did not

f 1-; 'trall'y '0 demand the fulfillment! of tie first moves on the part, of tb. box were all with two orIt ..c. 4Mns.arapletely DeelnjOWon. : Isthenuv. wlais to b*< met by any lar,. numberof
li f.f ftyGreat Itri'a % oblaato:> a. her ally lytte-m. The new system wfU t... wrecked Mar NT'b steamship" Iiegw ChlcaKCAn befor h.. srrtvni' 'rith

'-"J'1a. opin: ,on < fe1! in ....'111. quarter known a* the Tn** *- stud Atlantic Curly today>> a rtrpr .ts.tJr of the rtoe tarn * and tlM .MI" -s."C'SI.tou wtH pastbroxicn Sew York w' ,that it ft ( :ur-''y this; contingency pT pf .A.tiI C"'tat-.J r'rr.tf maiib. rotnds or
wbtca view a *rti,.. rtrb in noai I item seas.: r.. over 1<> fate .tnpi*>y- of for .-- .
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1 Japan 4rr"'f\( plates i one r'JIIl1II rn
and &1m""*-". T).. route wUi ;>r '.l.*blyfraca the Ixitk bo fo
rsn pars io I.ad HarriPMan uTeca KfAC-.f.nn. ...&U< rsic "f ".....t..nt wt:'h Nllklld."UOft (
for Big Rate. Injured tad tn an alp"! )( rt_11 were -'
Yacht Ready and tbe... to t4te.t.strt' AlA the U'A.m..a Till raps, 5esson
1'vrk.31st' JO.- Th .New MA.lsovU:.. Ttn. on the TelBcoPUIni ... has a.f, 1ft, bfr+.d.rirg 1tte .tlk of .buskHitters
; yacht ..et.f'>"d for will arlesn freight creamer O.titU t nIo4t.
i'TMt rbr AtU&lie frosn ilsni11Khabsu Yrt the f> tb.raii avatar, passed. ML. U 38 days overdue at Vera
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remain smpy UI! la..oaa.r: ..at....
making iSul p'-,. *Ux ett snias c tb-v .a?' r c. AiltOl..rhac Cru
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1' aratloa for -htup TW start w. Cegtaed's Treaty wHH Cuba. Ith", ermfor" a rte twraegr.otbev au..s II" e ...-. The twenty. filth annual conventionof
lUtaaa. May 10 -Ta .:!ort of prtuoe., work.rt un4et Irk d1r !
before ita Anierte !Wau Work AAMKIatt
thus
}t hOD )tAII sal\ a day Paper Wtbtr. In leson) ,
first Itrttaia to **cnr a f*! orwJ n.. tttoe.! rarest r.A HI" .t ;ssis4 at Qth.1
tint the n .,'"ri' w I .b* at aattwr .o + o Is in session at French LJckHprlngs
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awsy !.r 'isr4n .Jcu1ac J a trr*'7 of tr4rtt'y beets pray t8Ottiftt r aceo4t f>'*i r-.r Ue'h' .rbnad "t f"'frr 'trketw ep I'4MJ. Usaoloc In the Unite Sta'i
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1 ORIENTAL COURTESY.An ---j I
: PROCEEDINGS OF HOZLEY'S :
.. OD :BLOODTELLS
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lB<>ld.* I. -Which Figured.' Ml AinDlelclaBoa .

THE LEGISLATURE ; 4
LEMON ELIXIR Miss Anna Dickinson traveled every OWN STORY
where independently and saw human ITS

nature in all of its Iain. Writing to a
:1: in the bright eye, the supple,
and Few And tells it eloquently
Considerable
Activity
woman friend once, she described a reception
a smooth soft skin, glowing with
REGULATES THE in elastic movement, the ,
Chinamen
by wealthy
given
r. Important Measures Passed. LIVER a restaurant kept by Chi Lung in San health a body sound and well, an active brain, good

STOMACH of appetite and digestion refreshing sleep, energy to per -
the
Francisco and she was (guest
SI,000 FOR THE SOLDIERS'' HOME BOWELS, honor. She said that she sag a servant form the duties and capacity to enjoy the pleasures of +
vital of the body;
blood the most part
The is
life.
dlYlded
box
her with a
KID EYr;. coming tqpvard
muscle tissue, nerve, sinew and bone is 'dependent on it for
into compartments with : every organ, i
Baseball Bill Ordered Engrossed-Sabbath many
ii and as it circulates through'the system, pure and
nourishment and strength
i different! kinds of nut and candles in
r
Desecrations Must Stop-An- The Inventor of the famous "TERi it furnishes to these different parts all the healthful qualities nature !' .
the smaller She picked out half strong,
trays.
RELL ,
SCRAPE known
a man the blood becomes impure or diseased it
' ,<, other Bill For Local Option Counties ever plows are sold and-oiedsaya wher-I a dozen or more and laid them on the intended. When from any cause,
forceful in its Itching; burning skin
.i'--' .._ -S.ri. McCreary's Printing Bill. *. arm of the chair, which served as a ta- t tells a different story, quite as way. carbuncles
disfiguring boils :
complexions, sores
ble. As the attendant! passed on to diseases, muddy sallow
1 have used MOZLEY'S LEMONELIXIR : in the blood of some foreign matter or poison
\ Tallahastee, taJ 10.-Senate conk others she Haw that each took only one etc., show the presence,
'i for 10 or It rear in mr
Blood Poison and Scrofula are effects of
k; I vexed at 10 a. m. yesterday family tor the tomacb.. liter and kMneya bonbon and fclie was much embar. Rheumatism. Catarrh, Contagious
.f A joint resolution was introduced by and find It Is the best medicine I rassed. a deeply poisoned blood circulation. These may either be inherited or acquired
I but the seat; of trouble is the same-the
have ever need. It Is also a sure .pe- Dut when the servant approached the ,
ciao for pain in the bock or under the chief Cbinainau the one who bad originated blood. S. S. S., a purely vegetable blood remedy,

boulder I bare recommended It In the reception he took a large sss cleanses and purifies the circulation and makes it
criminal prosecutions workmen when clean. Under its and tonic ef.
numerous eases to my handful, and those after him did 'the strong and purifying
' v The only bill introduced In its regular sick: and unable to work and It bas al- and then Miss Dickinson felt re-I I IBeved. fects all poisons and impurities are expelled from
I same
Senator Canora way given"rfect ..U..faction. U. D. health built all and blemishes
order is eruptions
by
, was pro ) She wrote: I the blood, the general up disfiguring
TERRELL. Prenideni Atlanta Plow
; viding for the ,return of the prota tax Co.. Atlanta." "After! I leanwd that I must have disappear, the skin becomes soft and smooth and robust health blesses

x 4 paid by liquor dealers In counties, shocked all of those educated cultured life. Rheumatism. Catarrh Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison and all diseases

which have voted dry daring the period Chinamen an much as you or I should of the blood are cured by S. S. S. Book on the blood and any medical:

for which such licenses were MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR, have been shocked if we had invited a advice, free of charge. DIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.

t to granted. Chinaman whom we respected to dine
- -- -
with us and be had taken a whole fried
rIf Senator Canova's baseball bill being
was read with an amendment making chicken and torn it limb from limb at
la the regular order there was a livelydiscussion Take The Atlantic Coast Line
the warrants for .12, (X) each. our table. In such an event would you it

I and amendments Introduced An amendment was offered by Mr or I have bad the tact and courtesy to

to stop fishing, bunting and car Jewell of Orange; to the effect tbat if have taken other chickens and thus .

riage:rldlng on Sundays, all of which the warrants were not accepted within dismembered them?" FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS ,

hi were lost.Senator. six months after the passage of this s sVts


4 t,. opposing Adams all offered classes an of Sabbath amendment act.revert the back appropriation to the treuar of 125,000,. should RUSSIAN WOM EN. Nf Nfth D upont or j E i USt:j t DuOI Via or S on th Steamship P.via.0; \W .f t; Dapoat.kvtO Via orJa aaA

.. ... .. WWets
desecration, which was passed 18 to 12, The amendments were adopted and The timmr n trletl Jaeu nvtlle JacUoDriUe Line Monurom
; .. ......
Th r Are ]ll.w t J
and the bill ordered engrossed. When the bill was ordered engrossed.
It Is difficult for an American to understand Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
returned It will be passed. to third House adjourned.NEW .
i that freedom aa we know It
.
reading.SenatorsOrews'
y does not exist In Itustla. There the legal -'
bill relative to ear K. OF P. LODGE. Time Table In effect April 16. 1905.
is from sat
position of woman far

4 vying firearms was ordered engrossed Mount Vernon and Archer Lodges Will letacto,.,.. She hardly ever belongs to Depart For GAINESVILLE Anive. Prom
,, Hoose;D111 No. 82,regarding payment herself, but Is always under the tutelage -

to Marion county for rent of armory Institute Lodge at Wllllston. of some one. 8:45pm High Springs and Inter- 8:8Osm

{ caused much discussion. After dl.'; There will soon be anotHer lodge of As n daughter the Russian woman 1. Truly I mediate Points 'J>a1b'12t1

easslon pro and eon, Senator Blonnt the Knights of Pythias in this section under the entire control of her parents.

u moved that farther consideration be which will be located at Wllliston. Her coming of age does not alter herposition. pm I Ocala, Lee.burg and Tampa, and 1:40pm

'*., postponed, and general bill drafted to Grand Prelate L. O. Lynch, Grand She simply changes the authority Daily Intermediate Points 1W1y I

cover alljoountle) Lodge of Florida, has been commissioned of her parents for the no less 2:00pm Palatka, Jacksonville 1:85
p-
Aa the I
rigid authority of her husband.
tl Senate Bill No.83: by Mr. Trammel), as District Grand Chancellor Russian statute puts It, "One person Dally North East and West 1)wJy) -.:
for this occasion, and with the assistance ,
second
was pat on Its reading.
cannot reasonably be expected to fully 12:05 m High Springs W'CfOU
p Savannah Brunswick 8 alb
,
waived and of members from Mount Vernon I at W
House
The rules were I
satisfy two such unlimited powers as
Daily Albany, Atlaata all Points North, East West ,
z bill No. 180, to provide for a game and Lodge and the Archer Lodge, will institute that of husband and parent." Daily

fish warden and to define his duties, the new lodge at Wllliston The unlimited power of the parent is 8:16pm I 8:156

was pasted. within the next few days, possibly withdrawn and that of the husband Rochelle, MicanoPl aDd Cit.ra

The amendment of the charter of Tuesday. night substituted. She cannot leave her' lord Daily I Daily'am> _

:Pensacola was pasued. The team from :Mount Vernon Lodge even, to visit a neighboring town without

a reputation as being of the a "1'...." from bliu. lie names the SSOam: '
enjoys one
On motion of Senator Baskin the bill 7:20pm,
I
High
t time she is permitted to stay, and at Daily Springs
incorporating the town of Keddlok, finest and most impressive in the State. Dan-
the end of that time she is bound to return ex.Mondal ex Sunday '
Marlon county, was passed.By The members hare the ritual of the to get the paten renewed.A .

e Senator 1\oOr..rl-To amend act order down to a fine point and perform husband may appear In a court of Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the pnn.eipal .

provldinglfor the publication of acts of their work in a most impressive man law as a wltuens against his wife but railway in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agent .,

'' the Legislature In newspapers In each ne". The Archer Lodge has alto some n wife! In not allowed to appear against Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York via Atlintto Ooa*.

county. Read third time and passed flue team artists aud It is needle to her husband. A womau's evidence! In Line For; also complete via Atlantic information Coat ,Line call on and Southern Railway. '

unanlmootly. add that the Willislon Lodge will be itusula U always regarded as of less
;
Senator Humphries introduced a bill instituted In proper. hape. weight than that of a wan.-Harper'sWeekly. Address : J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Arent, Gainesville.

? to make it a violation of law to attemptto Growing Aches and Pains. FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Di. Pa s, Act.. W D. STARK. Tray X p.... Agt .
purchase Intoxicating liquors a 188 W. Bay It., Astor Building. Jacksonville, Fla.

dry county. )h.. Joilf Sumner, Bremond, Tex., Saved by Dynamite. H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J CRAIG, Oen. Pass. A.t.. .

In the House.Tallahatsce writes, April 15, 1902: "I have used :::'metlme a flaming city U raved by Wl1mln on. N. C. Wilmington O. I

Mallard'* Snow Liniment in my family dynamiting a pace! thai the fire can't ,. '.
r May 10 -The house
for three, years. I would not be with. ero.... NtnHime a cough hang on so .( :\
convened at usual! hour. CLYDE:
Bills Introduced follow out it In the house. I have used U on long/ you feel 1 a* If nothing bat dynamite LINE:
were a* :
1 Mr. Ilosborough-For the relief of my little girl for growing pain and would cure it. 7.. 1 Gray of Calhoun J

ashes in her knee! It cured her rich Ga writs "My wife had a very
Alachna'county.:
Mr. O.wford-D..InUDR. election away. I have alto used II for holt bitten aggravated sough, which kept her :

feet, with good success. It I I. the awake night Two phjsician could : r
of certain county Omoe,..
ai Mr. C.mpiMIlI-Joln' resolution. proposing bt liniment I ever. used" 25a, 60o not help her; .o she took Dr. King' : .'.t4,

and 100. Sold by W. )(. Johnson, I New Discovery forcoutumptioncough 'J r
>> amendment toth* coattitutlon a
'Otlnetville, Fla., and J. C. Bishop And cold., which eased her cough. Rave
f chanting the declaration of rights In '
1
Alachua Fla.' her .It'tp. and tlnally cured her.
,
regard to the trial of felonies. S'ritnly efentiflc cur* for bronchitis!

A Mr. William*-Relating to the larceny and 1 Ingrippe. At drag stores, price oOa
of hogs ...1. Dr... ..... and fl.GO; guaranteed Trial bottle
A traveler says that a curious weakness 'r
e.
Mr. Avery-Regulating appellate. TRI-WEEKLY: :
of <
F proceeding. and practice eating newly baked bread. The raid \ortl. IIr A lolrnrMVonl *-. and

Committee appointed to visit Old of Atemmour, In Morocco, discovered' I tro'nl"t'! : nvurty always I N e\.v York, '

f tkiUllsr, and Bailor\ Home at Jack that okl bread was thrown away a* I 1't':11: with ''p.' said[ u i"wt Calling at CHARLESTON.. C., both ....a'.. t

sonvllle, reported and recommended waste. To waste food Is a serious of- "How lu you tn,>4i >" the Finest Steamship I.a the Coastwise SerTice ''

k appropriation of II.XX( fens In the eyes of a Moslem. The "I 1 nteuj that words] of violence like: New

The bill t of Mr. Wall, commonly I caltl of Asvsuinoor therefore Issued a tram tietfln, ; wltlv rte same two letter, Clyde England and Southern Lines '

known a* the Regent' bill, carne up bylaw prohibiting the baking of !bread a urn I p Tor example. Inside "spank' Direct Service. Between JACKSONVILLE

on a pecial, ortler Mr. Buokman In. Upon one day In each wwk. The cltl- a clear, word of violence: ., we have tl,e PROVIDENCE nd. All Eastern Points BOSTON and 1
Mil" h. dwUrvd. must eat up th.b".d for such wont,
U-tfintilng as pputt Calling
trodoe a bill a* a substitute for bothat p Charleston both ways.13EacLIWEEKLY ;
already baked and he fixedAVedtieaday Kptlt l ..trluir. pluttir.. apa .tn- 'I'c"f'1,1:1 \!i. I
till juncture! providing for the a bo I IUhnteot r'
the SA.ILINGS
aa bltalab. hollTb
L of the Slate Normal' School at ,I.,. or :. spin| vpUnter purn "I'-r. npun.pike. Southbound . . . . . . .. . . ... ... FromLeww'lrhuf \ "

DsFuiilak, Florida Male College at '! spat..( and so ou.I'bIlA.l..I'baJulletla. Nortlbooad-; . . . . . From Fooof Catherine n.. J.cbon"U1., BMton

Tallahassee Uulveraity of Florida at ,.... ........ ,....1. t

Lake City, East: Florida Seminary at Story of the! Klgtt [IHxm I. the ,,-nil.'. .,........ Clvde
longest novel that baa been St. Johns River Line
'
ever pub- awked little Willie after
tialoesullU, South .'IorldalIl1tarl: 4y. ma. i
IlahiHt Fortunately perhaps. It U written H.tween> I.
be bad been In conJunctKon with the ACKOONVILLK J'
College at Bartow, ai.d the removal of and SANP'OftD ':
In Japanese. <*o no one will st paternal slipper. "dul' anyU o.I ty l,"hiet Stopping at Pal.U. Astor, Bc FraDe. e.tord (D.Laod.and Intermediate }
e the Deaf, Datub and Blind School' at .
tiraseif UM task of reading it. It Landings
contains >a ever ark you t>> N his wlfeT" on St. Johns 'Unr.
tlI. Augustine! and the ettablUmenl of KMI volume several hundred ** . ... 'Y. :
t>n. j... I had. Kits of proposals I- Steamer "CITY OF ;
a Slat University and Female Srui- character and numerous doc' all of for. your father came. along""wet JACKSONVILLE

our On motion of Mr. Walt all three which at. sucrvMfully disposed of by j : do you think you trained anything Is appointed and Thursday 101.11..*SOW follow : Leave JACKSONVILLE Sundays. Toeadaysvl.t ?,
of the bill. were ordered recommitted the tin the last chapter U rr chd. I ty waltiutrA. p. m. R.tQrDioJt.lun SANFORD Mondays '
Just Ima< Mr, Uoaboroujh' bill to regulat nastatuoed.B.adae.a' '
oo 5 book tbat would last a Ufe-UDMI.l I '
.
eC1IEUULE
H
saw 1C xaunsai t
and dellae the duties liabilities : f
and II I Miss Rkhe-I lot heart last Leave:* pm.. . . . . . . .... *lP- \
right of matter and servant, after a Tra. ".-..... I Blrtt. I accepted )my lr. roore. Mr. .:4i eta u. . . . . JaekeonHlle...I.t..a...... .. . . .. ...A.niwe2OU&ai
.
debate defeated 3S 13 ps a AX) . . . . . .Leave ICIO
warm was to Tb hero fear not tbat If be withhold i am. t
j IUcb.-itta? Too didn't kwe your A.t(>r ..... ...... ... ....
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:30am.. . .
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.
T, louse lUll No. :279 Mr. Watson th* swwal of a Jut and trav* act It !! t. }.l'I. lIOp
by of teart-you must have lost I your bead! .. . . . . . eie. .... ..... . ... 2OOpIII, @ 4t
O.oaU, relating to qualification of will BO uaw Unrated and unloved ODe. Arrive 0:90 am.10.OO .. . . . EertsfordSanford(Deland) ........ .. .. lOOp ,
j student of State Institution, and Mr. items" it-bro! .olf__od r* pledged by __..... a Claaa.. am. . . . ..... . .... . ..... 8:801 q
.
!It to swvtxtea of and noble-! : . : Mrpri ... .
to .
trace - .. .
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Avs-ryV bill relating to life '...oalloe RieTiy dU that t seas of atm wtkn wUl .
tit it
companies: making discriminations' in prove marry soda a atto: U man) Hefc. %! W. DAY ST.. JACK80fVtL
rod a Urtttr pnx-LamaUoa" of tt than F. aL IM'1 : : Aa.
'" favor of individuals. of the same clue th* routing of the tnefclent.Cmeraoa, : cause her first husband was a (rains. W CQ)....... Jr Ire 31'seat Art G.s Pars. Aft. 1ft wart Par .....JsekaowtCl..Ri "!
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and expectation of life la the Detroit rr.rr. /'-or s.aa, ...,.... Jaeka.m., Co. r.IIYBtL...oas....
payment J1a.
... .... .. 4. c. \ bw.a.-: ..
nAGEJrTTU )
-- -- - -- ... . I Yarn CLYd6afJt .v
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- iH : E..O' J'n..A .,
of premium, were advanced to third - -- - -- -- --- --- c."I. NY
t reading, General )Manage Wli- P. CLYDt A CO.. 1NGeneral ,

Vijjr. liencr a-ctr CleasDristta Bat.v: .tt.oar auee"dr.. Agents.
Mr. Crawford's bill providing for the it'pqTllfliiA1LY1UUO ,

fe; f *ett!.mtnt of Wails claim carrying aprovision ''ersHair hair; not the kind you - ...

i* & for the i *uaoe by th. rem you arc losing )'ounr

?,roll.r of two warrants of i1Sdt00.ach. quick! Fasten tishriy

sate payabU to Colon fi. LOValls sad ca your own head what Is tet'f.ltd aV\V

;,':.. "file otbtr), ab able l l t Llftr L. 8urd.. I t a .eW lot f-00.. .e..1.": aF a

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THE BAIL: SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, BUY 11, 190S()

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fiTHE NEWS. FROM MELROSE. The Food That Does Good Woodmen of the World Convene. Tae. M. OaAHAir, Prsid.nlO H. E. TAYLOR""C..hI.I" :' i1Pf.\"; \;

blightful l Picnic at the Pumpkin Patch Chattanooga: Tena.. }I.yTha: I .o. W. HTDB -Prtrtidnt LXII GRAHAM, A.... oa.b ett.\ :,
I annual coavent.'on! SevereUn

!l( Personal Notes.felroiP I Woodmen of tht> World, convi ::,>d here,
'
;), May 10.-At a sob district i to.iay. Session! are being ih-.t: on THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN; 1

ctfoa for the Clay county part ol f j Loo.iout; mountain. A brief a !>:irp!'* '

hose, W. E. Baker;: J. L. \Vall and I ; i i of welt rie> was; dollvered l h>. =: ""1'1"1:1C" ';; OF G.A.JN"ESV"Ir..LE.

11 Thoma. were elected trustees. The CoJ Liver C Emulsion "Par E.r;.:lea...." tor .' ';:Il.la"r: .1. C*. Root at f,\..fiatcoanuini.

JBt:: ; F,, Jordan of Gainesville was in Co4ibj.CoM. l-iilucnxa. BroachitU, La Grip .<.> rep rts were ma., dt t the THE UXLY NATIONAL BANK \.LACiIUA'CO

;\1 non. Wednesday on insurance buai- Son Throat and Loot. Catarrh. Pneumonia I morning/ session. The eh c ,'m an-1 .

I! Consumption and all Pulmonary D' lIk'*. Ail lnsralj'r'! of offlcors: occur "I" 'rrow.Tho Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . $M(.noo oo i
tjst ) Druggist, two sizes. 50o: an>l $1.
Lixsie Mizell of Orange Lake ie. ses> lou will continue In-'.';:atlon
A TRIAL BOTTLE I SurpluK and Undivided Profits. .. :;0,001100
e.gnest of Mrs. A. A. MeRae.it / FREE BY MAILto of officers! oeur tomorrow rjio: sea- . ,

,I. the regular monthly meeting of all sanding name and a.Jrc&i to slot will ooiuir.uo three: day' (X>.4 .nlu..lvely a .lIlt.ln.r buiUaM... with ra UIM(t equal ,o any bank: In IB* gtat. SoUalt h;
town council little OZOMULSION CO.. 9& Pint Street. New York. I %b. aocouola' of Farm rB.U r aanM.COf'1)UIODS.G.. lowna wowed!
only business
bf special arrant.meot A II bunln.M trao""'-J promptly
Through Line to the Gulf
,AS transacted. '1. E. TAYLOR. O* ni*>r o .

be Melrose people are sure! to be JUDGE MASON'S COURT. New' York. May 10.-At :.1 "lh"t.'lal _- .. .. _. .. __ ._ ._.. __ _._u __._ __.
meeting in this city the directo: ,, lit the I
1 I and comfortable during the'sum.trto .
Solomon Warren Sued Atlantic CoastLine Colorado Southern company, .i.ue.: ao- G. S. MERCHANT & cO.Retailers
i judge by the preparations fort
for Possession of Property. cording to the herald adopted radicalmeasures .
drinks on ice by several of the
for the
carrying out of the
srehaots. There was an interesting session of and Jobbers InFancy
program they contemplated "
making
Captain F. Weeks of hi.uaDt the county judge's court Tuesday, Sol i
gave one
the
Colorado and Southern a through; ?
picnics at the Pumpkin Patch omon Warren having entered suit line to the gulf. To this end they de. Staple and Groceries
against the Atlantic Coast Line Railway .
to a number of the .
Friday young Tided to Incorporate the n>a ople. Tom Bart who is now in Company for the possession of certain state and ask the atookhoMers

irge of the place provided a fine property in North Gainesville upon ; to authorize a $100.000.000 bond i lame Grain Garden Sleet and Fertilizers. .
,
which he claims the defendant
"
fry, which was an unexpected en at their meeting in Denver on June
.at. All express themselves as hav- croached.The 15. BOOTH SIDE SQUARE. I t i GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

; had a delightful time. case was called in the morningand Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prudaes

S. Ford and family left Wednesday occupied most of the day. The jury Do Not be Imposed Upon.
was composed of George W. Hyde,
Kansas and later on California. foreman Foley I ,t Co., Chicago, Oflolill\l..d A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Data Flour Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
ere is now a fine opening in townr ; George S. Merchant W. W. Honey and Tar throat and l and Rye Ww handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
as a lungremedy
| A painter and paperhanger Avers E. J. Baird, J. A. Phifer and J. and EST PRICES and guarantee satisfaction always
on account of thr great
H. Vidal. . .
The
of Alderman
marriage Goy and -
merit and popularity of Fole) Honey
After hearing the testimony and argument
Nellie Price
w occurred today.
and Tar
tntitaliotis offered
in the cafe the jury retired many arc
for the ginuiii Ai.k for Fon-y's Honey

and returned with verdict for the
.M" ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. a
and Tar and -fue any Kutxtituteoffered .Southern
plaintiff. as no other preparation will Railway.

uth Florida to West Florida and Attorney B. A. Thrasher representedthe give, the acute sntitifsation. It ,4 mild . .

Georgia over the S. A. L. plaintiff, while Carter A Layton ly laxativo. ctuitalii no ninHtc* andis

|;;The annual excnsion of the Seaboard appeared in the interest of the rail safest for children.end drlu-ittp per
sons. Sold by J. McColl'mi A Co. Hffective
r Line Railway will be given May road. A motion for new trial was made . ..._ April iu, 1005.
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I .. .. .. .. .
h and 19th. Train No. 34 will leave but was denied by the court. Cmtt Vow Solve ItT -- -------- .--- -.._-- ---'-'-- -- -

uapa May 18th ; special from Jack. I Here U! a problem that her .bothered' :! Vestibule" Trains ta"t: s... IU u. .!n :\oTtll and \hd. ho. 13
_. .._. ..__
yule morning: of May 19th. andi Marriage at Newberry. a good mathematical head. Can: n
many Lv Jaoksonyllle. So. sty U ::\1. 7 bop 11.v Juea.onvtlle, to'la. . h4u. U,. 743p
'I Gainesville train No. 54 May Newberry.May 10.-Sunday: last two you noire ItT Lv Jesup No I Ry 1161a 10/Op I.. JP.up 0". . $o. H,. 1000p
h. The following: rates from Gainn.Je more young people were made happy "In cutting: a beam Into half Inch Lv S".nllah Sn. Ity 13Uft 12:! lba/ \r Alaeon fiat. .Ho, U,. P10a!' )

i proper for return tickets : Lake II and joined together "till death doth .. board the saw wastes an eltftitli, of an Columbia Nu sty t'MII 6f1)( ;\r.\II.ot..O.. . . $... Ity. )520a
Inr-h rut," fulil the timber Merchant Ar Charlotte S,,. Ity 1tIOI'IJ' "M" Ar Route. sin . :oid. (Uy. r 91)a
y, $260; Live Oak :2.;3 ; Madison, part" by our honorable judge, E. T. "If the HIIW only wn te
; Monticello $-100; Tallahassee J Henderson. The contracting parties there would IK one more bolll r.1. How ,tin.Ity 2tYie: 2It)1: :1rlhsttano.sg'resin Nu.Ity.. IJ 43*

'; (Quincy f.0l1; River Junction, were Miss Melissa Nipper, the charm. many lionnlx In tin Ix-nni SM| Into'" Ar lU\'hlJlUnd H... ItL_.! .MItJ Hpr Lesingtmi. Ky 11, St U. 1\ :!lIp

;,. nainbrid e. $5.00.Ickets | ingdaughtorof Mr. and Mrs y. P. Nipper AilYII"hhurj{ 1'10. H ty i -I list 4 20111r I1InrImu,11,11 II .t O. 1.aOr

will be limited seven days and Ed Moore, a prominent young Ended th. V.r.n.m>7 Itlra. Ar Ohsrtottrsville fly tJ tI))2s:,! tt lop L" (inl'lcm"u, u. . tilt, :nur ? 40pAr
Illusive. of date of eale. E. C. Cobb ( man of this section. 11-"'t t tnu..t connmlEo SuplkMe> WashinMtuu.: No. By it I1Sa D bop .\rChleago. III lug Four a tOaAr ,
ilaltlmuru I., It. R. 11 3n. II 2AI' Lv CluouloatI ant, Gainesville. dt( darling that y"ii try your howl at making
", I I The bride was becomingly attiredfor own clotticn? She-Oti. Uoorge.dear. .\ W. Ph.d.'I"! I. It It. I 4611 21tba: Olll"r". 1 ill I Pa 1.111. 1 11)aAr
- ---- your
\ Telephone Concert. I the occasion as was also Miss Rosette I iu %-,'r t.uM do that. Supposn Ilxgln New \"uk. I I' H It.. .a Jtp: I13ta I." Ilulcrinatl: 0 .U. tI .t ll. x 43cNo.
', I Nipper, wbo acted a* bride'smaid. Ar/'hleagn' 111 Alnnon 73A:.
by trying to make ynuryPltll 34='New York sod I Florida, ta- .
rough the courtesy of Manager E. Rt.I'lphlu| ltniilnr.| press." Dally I'ulhnan Pltwhut n.Hnm :11 I.v lhouteuinti; 0 0, I1. ,1 t-. D .top
..'ogle and Operator Karl Kelley of ] The groom and H Holt lest man, 1'11".1111151 Car Pou'l'anapa and JaCluun.j'1uh.tJn, 0 O. IL .t t P. M 'Oa

i Est Florida Telephone Company appeared at their best in the conventional l'..r the 1.... wf Qel.i. clue\ to New YOlk _l.trnii I 11'h _. 1':: %t.: 7 :5s.

.'reporter enjoyed the pleasant priv- suit of black "!tly daughter nduilriNl boll,, lnw and No. 81)-" W..ltIUIUCHI and Florida I., (iie11111aIf. !i 1-: I.ltl.. R :\\III

je Wednesday evening of a concert I The learned judge performed the mu".... tiC) 1 hal her study liiw""Wlmt 1.lmlt..d." Molly Pullman Mrswing. Ar 1 ht.hurAt..la 1'a Lines__b b.Salttonl

I George Taylor of Palmer with an happy ceremony in most appropriatemanner linix-H. yon to Unit cuulceV 1..pi1'K Car J.elu..vlll" to I.. ()lnclnllaU. I) IliR .ollr 93tr'
New York A' Cleveland n lug Fanr d 43a
"I think law It I
uional harmonica solo by Gus Mor- prNcllflntr 'Iul"ter '
winding with a speech for
up --- 'u
Lv LMtingtoo .-3
than pnu-tlHrii; piano playing:." Ky s. ky 91111Thruulth
jf Eve. The occasion was a most the occasion which was appreciatedand "TIIPland of the kJ" 1n. 30 Ar Louisville, Ky: Nu. H" H IOpr

,able one, both gentlemen being felt by all pr .ent. .. . I "\ Si. "n'II. M" Sn Ity. 7WJaJ.
t..:: ., Jacksonville. 1"1./ ;kl. sty Op
anal friends of the reporter. Mr. Select refreshments were served by t I.\r "uu.t", ., Ala Ii\, 'y. U jllA'
Lr Oa, I. Ibis
or employed a graphophone at afiat the bride's parents. after which all A r Columbia tlaunuah, 0 ,",0.u. Ity Ity tJ IoM Ar Ulrrnlnllham.1.. .Ho. Ity. J1.. 46sAr ,
WeaRStoixiacln. A' T.nn Fried. OO
M.anphle, )
to dispense his music and every were profuse in extending hearty congratulations 1 \lh.III., l'. (! ,",0. fly .1.1(1" '
AI' .n.e.lNt_ ..y._. Mil. . .. ,/laft41.... 0 tM
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-to
i was perfectly plain. The system to the happy newly" madecouple \r hot "rlull', : 0 He.I It, 1871' -. -- -
Ar Knoxville: T..nn t40 Ity "llIlt' "l P. 1'.1111 Nqpp
floe and deserves '
doubtedly a one, : tint .f"ln.. Ark \9 :11)a!
.\I.oulnlll. Nu ky H Na .
it the hands
is
receiving at .
support
"ie people. We join the throng of well wishers, Ar lit. fouls. f'o. HIP t bMp Ne', IH-"Th. Florida 1lml&.tJ."

} -- --- and "let the good work go on." A weak stomach i is most frequently \r OI."I..n.U Cl t N Iba Iatly. Htilid vestibule. train through

A Good Suggestion. caused! h.)' !the >verworkril ".J coaches and l'ullRl'u HI..plnc
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Nn lMi\ -Daily Pullman UawlnlC Cars. Jaek.. .rnvllle to lineinnatl!
[r. C. B. Wainwrightpf Lemon City, Very But.I and exhausted nervous Room sad Huff..t Hluplrll Car b.t..n No. 1J -Pullman Drawing TRoomHlssplnsi

',, has written. the manufacturers I system."The Jacksonville.. and Cincinnati. .. Car between Jacksnnvlll*,
t much better results are obtained I. *'l have been using Chamberlain's j pow r that runs the - - Hlrmlngham., Memphis and Kansas

Cough Remedy and want to say it i. stomach is the nrrvr (force sent Excellent IHalss Car K40nlrt' City
'm i the use of Chamberlain' Collo .... . . ,
olera and Diarrhoea Remedy ins the best cough medicine I have ever to it from the brain; throughthe -- - -- -

of pains in the stomach colie and taken," says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant n n'u. When the nerves' ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE

Isra morbns by taking it in hot wa- of liarlan Mich. There Is DO are weak or cxhausti-d the supply From Nsw York. Washing, .'e -No. "Washington and Florida Llm

vas hot as can be drank. That when question boat its being the best as It of energy is uiftufllcient lt d." BKJOa. m

en In this way the effect is double will core a cough or cold in less tim and the action of thr stomach From Nsw York. Washington. etc.-No. 33, Washington and Florida E:.
rapidity. "It seems to get at the than other It should press," 7i4O p. DI.
ht spot Instantly," he says. For any treatment. is impaired and results in imperfect From Cincinnati Ash.vlll.. sto.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Limited. .
by all druggists. always be keg.t in the house ready for difjrition-dyspepsia.! 900 a. m.

Instant use, for a cold can be eured In Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv- lrrem Chicago. Cincinnati. Atlanta. s-to.-No. 14"Fla.. Llmlled.9fibs. m.

mnoh less time when ,, . .
promptly .a&.1 ine increases' nerve' force. It --- - - -u

YOU GET UP ed. For sal by all druggists. strengthens' and builds up nerve J. C. LUMK, District ...*.......r Aged, ION W. Hay ML, .1M....'...., FU.

WITH A LAME BACK ? tissue, Rives! vigor to the nerves B. H, IIABI.WICB- P. T. .r. W..11. T A WIU_.O, I'. A. Haooa-s<< Moaoir, A. 0. P. A

,; AUCKLAND IMPORTS INCREASED. and rmiftcles'!! of the stomach ; .. .. =. .. .
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C,. Trouble Makes You Miserable. this produce a healthy activity.

American Consul 1 Just Rsturnsd from Nervine allays the inflammation GainesTille & Gulf
,"Almost everylx-ly who- reads the newspapers Railway Company
is sure to know of the wonderful that Country.Baa heals the membrane, and
r cures made by I>r. Francisco. May 10.-The American the stomach and
makes
strong Tim. Table la .ff..l April 9. 11O .
Kilmer'sI Swarnp-
consul X. Z.
i general at Auckland. healthy. There is! nothing that
Knot, the great kid. Prank DUllngbajn, baa arrived her on .
-
IJL ney liver awl blad so quickly gives enrrjy; to the
''' drf remt.l)'. a vacation trip. H. bas ben the whole system as Restorative No. s. : I Ito 6.
It i I. the great medical American representative in Aucklandfor Nervine. Dally. i No. No. I. No.1. ro. a Poll< ,

F' triumph of the eight years. During that Um ltacr't I Dally D.Uy. : WtAT1OMN. DaU,. Dan" l'
.,. eaot
1 eao't say .u.h Tor Ur. 111'-) .
nineteenth century ; American Imports there have Increased Nervine.' I oJ,,,,'a know what II wUI4o Hunda't. .
.
L t \ .,.
K.tor.ach IroaU.I .1 "- I am as
rrcarrh
I ;ynf cirntifir "Just how New Zealand's: tariff wIJI w.Ii" .. I _., .... T. .,h.I...._ lIIIt lIAr
7 by In. Kilmer the I I rand to r.!!*.. r." t In. ihrm* or r.y A ftLv; It ULY; A Mj; IAI. P Ar J' PH
i ...... eminent ki'lney and affect American Imports into that four 4.*,....n.r ..kif>. ,*> .-!-. ..I.wasmorh 7 tA 11& i. .. .. .. . .._........ .W..I.......... laJ: II ill
f;; ,bi rider "t" Dal" and I* 'MOQIt'rful1y country I am not prepared Jo say," remarked S mound rlt Mum. VMl., at Your ii'd l"" '.f4" *..!." 7 M 'I 8.\ ... .. . . ...,. .J"I.._..... .... ..._u..., 1 01 6011N
u.;,htptx lullu proml'tly curing lame l..e1c. )ir. ntlUncba'n. "fnds-r the JAMK4 JC,. KAKT lWI. Mlrh.De. ft) :2 fh j. . . . . . . ..Duac."an .... .. .. .. . I (II) 3M
'r Qric: ankh riurrh of the hU.Mer ant I new tariff Rriiland is given a distinct I II ",,1...' N.rvln. )I. .>!<* t>y y wr N .1,11M . . . . . . .r4tJQth.Id...... ... .... ... 121A: Aid
tl fright's. Ih.ea.e.: '"tllcb I. the worst : advantage sH otbr forl coon.tries. eat b.etle M ..nntf.> >- IK.I |n. It 10 :I"i.i. . . . _........ .fl..Q. .........." .. .. ... 12 5) 6 4ns
form of kUney tra-llale. I i I.I our =n w.N refund will ywr "'..".1',. If" fail*, a* 16 810 (. . ...... ...." ". IAke ltlmoston.. . .. ..?.. ... tl46: 6 41)N
5wamp-Koot t 4 not rrcoontnen.le.1 .: BUS N- Zealand will haveto I 13 . . . . . . 63":1 )
1 1 ;. Or. Kilmer's : 30 au : .Icanup . . ..! .. ... ..12 3'J
,\4 for even thtna bat if reap have boy heavily! from the UnltM mate Miles Mtdical Co., mChart.lnd h 194 \ : ff) I I. . . . ...Taooaaa. .. ........" . .. 12 :.!II i ZOS
tUdaaey.. liver fir Ll.t: :blcr! tronhlctt wall 1.ert1onnd ., AH of.: their' sjcncultural tnaetiny: aDd 43 a 111 .. . . . . . .. .I . .... 1:1 13 6 1"tJI
just the r.'uiriv : 'IU 11",1. 1t baa I most of their mining machinery com* d _. . .. ) r a fsl'. .. . . . . . UI'.tt .. ...I' .. ... . 12: 10 111V /)
t been tewtt l a:1 w: n"n:t .a', .. III hoelet.ilhFwprk I Mates all of their fa I. 13 . . . . ..Weabooa. .. ... '' . .. . .1201) 4 60S
from the UaitM u
,* anti in rl' .tr trartre. arM has ,f. \v. pA'rrox. 16 t 4n . . . . . ... . Itocky Point.... .1'. . ... 1t.6 44')
1"'ln r\ 't:special peo.eitso.uCCr arranxe/nrrt+ h.a t<,. n ,na-1e by j I tarts griods Ilk. boots and shoes. CIYIL EXGI1EEB AID SURYETOR, ,: II 161.., i'syr t . ..Nntns.rtll.., .. ... I 9 2f) 1'12 ins loAr SOuII

--wbkb;: aU reack-nt of ibt.I ';.. who have I Dfiler ,la Ru! Lute.I iii A 40 A 63 . ... . ..-It.ltuny. . .....1 i A 116 r t to 230
'.?wt alrwly tried it. nu h.: ' a s.mple I Old _. 13: no A laid i '7 (.16 . _... 01r11....... .... i b 40 +1".30 I soISn
QrLotUewnt: free t,.. 10"11. :-I 'task (rIJ :ilatprtnovr i- i Had to Ward Off Alt. 7 fit 7 I' "._.... ....U.h.ID... . ... .1, .12 : II 2'J J 3C
'4 ) : S..a1p R.. .h.. w, ta. i I The most .uet'"urul way of warding *. O. Boi 183 O,; sevltLa, Ft4. 12 ttJ 1 U AI'' '7 7' . .Haanpeon Clty..i 7) g 10 110
'
6triectUyuabavekutnel ,,- \ 9 d) ail l'slsikaO. H. .. 8 60 $ d a) a. :
off the approach of old a,. .U W 11' '.- .10
1 bIe. """'bn1riti irsp; ttwrti.:..*(.* ;: r This tA Prompt Attention tot 0180'1-> :: : : : : . . . : =. :.t,1 "I. . . ::: : ::
,jgdtenxuoffer in t::..*i-; .. ,_ . .. ... ....... .. .. ... ...
"M &oDr, don. by eating only fool salted to your . . .. . . .JlIO p. .".Tsllahae.. ". A. L... .I 148 a. . . . ... .. .
.' _,_._ S. ...J.jlt"r" I I aae and oe apatioi and wh-o .., 4i.. IIA/EL . .... It (oi 'It U) a .._Va14oeu, :). it. t ,.. .{ 4 10 i to ... ...
/'H' 'y1 The ] ,order of the stomach appears taJts) a al. ft. . ....,.. 3M ., t 70 p' .. .1Qataoo. 4. N of .. .. ,11 f 30 ..1141> ..... ..
,. 'gp1'ycent I laln's ...h and . ..... T J.a 1 1.6 P _AUaaa&a. O.ot 0........ 1110 .ll I 900 .. ... ..
H ml
of Cbaanb !
.... I Ir dos l I.I Pmtlcii Kolkr-Xiier luhlaLst.
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l ttl arc av ...e--. AI PktAt AMAr PM, L.AMLYPM... k.
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s'woeia'si itIf have ,
Liver TabWu io x>rr et yon 4 Jy
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; druggists.
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f""' *'' by'taietake r all pool. but junrtnl S..Pltcd.th* aaax. !i a 1.UHUcMa.weak .-
; tJ..p.JwnC.the Dr. Kilmer's N. :1.. oat i to btI.jars' what you ....s. For ull.. b:7: 1:. DARKER;: a.unl 8q '!rfn..n4.D'
'niad I bottle.AlrrM., Binichamtoa.: .114.a&.t.& f 807 S. Oak Av... OsiawtlU, '1.. J. F. IJILL AC'AI, J. D. WATK1Nd O..ral "''''.


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l TB C 1> 1r1 : U :: &IrNESVHiLE. FLORIDA, MAY: 11,190ohe t ,

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S'fi P..+r' .f SUNDAY BASEBALL., Severe Storm at Cincinnati.
i
Cincinnati. 0., May 10-Reports ro
:I grot The Tampa herald does not fee any celved today indicate that the damage .
.....,........ . ALL LINIMENTS
: more sin In playing baseball on Sunday from the wind and rainstorm" KING OF

Xotered at toe Pos:Offl. at GaJuenl11e.F1&,, in a small town than a large one. Of which struck this neighborhood late .,

ui aeeot&ilsamail' matter course there Isn't*:' but there are more yesterday was more severe than ar CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIM., ,
., .. .. ..MHWiCURES AL.
ul a. e< "
If people in tf.l.r.getown who. are Indifferent first indicated. In this city Trinity .zuaatma..lINS.e. atCK la SA!K. DAQKACHII. ......._cG"". ?

n H. H. McCtUCA&Y.l: Kdltor and FuWUter. to the real} sin of it than in a Methodist. .< church, which was recently! OLD Srllr a.ae..'TS. .HUSK.CT.AOTID... ._al..lO Nusoala WiltS:!Soas.uD S

Y L W. W..ASkILEYAtstaclata. Editor. small one. In the cities, where hundreds repim-d and redecorated was unroofedand SILT.Cana..aiaaa-MHM-..-AMI'-..-'...., cWO."AU. ..."uTlO... OP ter:;i
ti - --- -- --
I; ; JESSE E.CT7RTZ. City Editor.: of men are shoe up _In factoriesall otherwise damaged. The steeple]

the week, and have not the least of ,the Cummlnsville Lutheran church

J} LOUIS J. BRUMBY., : Uen'l) Traveling Agent recreation, they enjoy getting oat on was blown away and number. of res-

,,' Sunday and breathing the free air on a deuces in various"parts of the city
a F. M. PKEWITT ComixmlngBoom.1:?
Supt.
was badly damaged while! trees in and
tt; ball field. With a ball frame In the
near the city were blown down and O ''wO
OFFICE: PORTER BUJCK. afternoon and service* In the morningand

':j t, 4: 05 W, Main Street, II&, TBLBMIOK 439TH evening, the religious services considerable minor damage was done.

'10 I' would not be disturbed. *
"' .: DAILY Hu", publithrd every morning except
'J e Monday,delivered by carrier: in the city,or In many communities, bowever. the Automobile Destroys Itself.

I , -. nailed to any part of the United States pontage majority of the people are opposed, to Portland Me., May 10.-A large

s ti i4'-.,;' 'free,for Is a year; fj.so .fx month; 11. 5 three Sunday game of any kind and it Is touring automobile just purchased by i

a 5.I .t., t."'}"1' titi iRonthsorso;. cent for five we, kn-.trlctly inftHvancc. quite certain the baseball players W. B. Tbombs has caused must excitement

, ', ,, }IK . 11,11)' ":.., > would be willing to have a'day of rest. In the klreets here and Snail
+
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'
I 8 1 }:<,1, KesdioK notice in local column loccnt a !line Bat in the large cities I III a host of people destroyed 'itself. A few hours after

1 :' Mfr forfirnt insertion. and 5 cent* eachdditional! seeking for recreation and amusement Tbombs bought the car it suddenly

I ",.1 Insertion. Jumped away from the roadway In
( and If they can be entertainedwith
t 7n Kate* for display advertising made known on
baseball will the front of his home on the eastern REMARKABLE CURE
; ,: ; application. they patronize READ THIS
ai, boulevard and at noon It whizzed
atop
If there Is
t .r.. game, one.
:1 y :, The Twice-a-Week Sun !Is an eight-pege, forty- The people of this country have been speed along the promenade run. "I was, much afflicted with rheumatism, write

column paper published every Monday and reared remember the Sabbath ntaff over and slightly injuring one Ed.C.Nnd lowaviIe,Sedgwick Co.,Kansas,"going
to day,
I t Thursday, and contains all the news of the man, causing two runaways, scatterIng about on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain.
c *. 'Wrtk. local State and general and wilt be but with oar present mixture of population I I was' induced to try BaUard's Snow Liniment,which
people right and left.
r v nailed, pottage free, to any part of the United from nearly every land on the Finallythe cured me, after using three SOc bottles. IT IS TUB

y y States or Canada,for$..00 a ye.r-In advsnce.AH globe, it is a difficult task to have them machine swerved to the left and GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED;have recommended
1' out of the street and plunged over a it to a number of person, all cxpresa
; advertising bills become due after first adopt oar ways. 40-foot embankment to the railway themselves as being benefited by it. I now walk

' appearance of advertisement, unless otherwise The Idea of letting each city regulate tracks near which !It brought up. a without crutches, and am able to perform a great

stipulated In contract.: Parties not known to us Its own Sunday amusement Is not total wreck. deal of light labor on the farm."

I '. will be required to pay for advertising in ad. a bad one by any means and If they. THREE SIZES: 25c, sac AND $1.OO i,
vance. Address, TUB DAILY SUN
!- Ckuls.vlLts, FLA. want the baseball becomes they can too have boisterousand it. Thenif American Stock Growers Meet. BALLARD SNOW LIN I(WENT CO.

/ ; game Denver Col., May 10.-The American ST. LOUIS. U. & ,A. 3
a nuisance, It can be dispensedwith.
f' If uniform text-books the schools Stock Growers' association was
Many people who dislike Sonday' last
organized January by seceedera
, would give os books and higher
poorer
ball, however, don't mind It so from the National livestock association :
I prices, it would be because the committee
i much if the home team wins. I
t began its first annual convention OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
in charge was derelict in their
\ da..... In this city today. Addresses were W. M. JOHNSON, Gainesville, Fla.; J. C. BISHOP, Alaohua, Fla;
'i POTATO PRICES. made by Governor }McDonald MayoiBpeer

and John W. - --
Springer former
{ The English government ha. made i ii The editor of The GreeD Cove "
president of the National Livestock a*. J" .I\I\IO/\I\I\I\O\IO.s\I' id'
,..? quite plain to France that her neutralIt "We have heard several
Spring says : eoclatlon, and a response by W. W
I r: will be a good thing for her to ob.
; Farmers complaining because potatoeswere Turney, president of the Texas CatU.Raisers' I
t serve. It is now more apparent to not bringing price enough to suit association.
Ilf :s
!
, France. them. We predicted last week there You Are Insured. -

would be some faultfinding, and noet'us
Suspended for Not
In speaking of the naval vessels In Towing Sylph.
see what they have to complain Boston Mass., May 10.-The
report 0 ,
the Far East telegram "Both ,
a
a lays: about: Potatoes are selling In the In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly I ?
'
; that Captain W. II. Holvllle, of the
fleets
It doubt
wishesto
sighted
are no *
Northern markets from $4 up; that I II, Written with' Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company '
c k convey the idea that they are farsighted United Fruit company' steamer Oteri, ll" Pays Losses Promptly r-
for good No. I That should
potatoes. 1
had been for his
Pb enough to keep from suspended alleged refusal
', each other. away leave a profit of from 70 cents up to to take in tow the United Statei :

$125 on every barrel over all expenses navy yacht Sylph, when he wound the You Are AssuredThat >
make clear of all > C ::1
,
lay
l The Jacksonville Board of Trade favors you I expensesouly Sylph] disabled on passage from Cubato
|:20! an acre, on the potato crop; Baltimore) last month, was confirmed .
bonding the for
+3 city Improve
ments. Many other cities and coontiesare hat is so much clear gain ; then you today by William Anderson, refuge.: no serious lois can overcome you without you have some '

s have your land ready fertilized for a president! of the fruit company. Mr
the and
doing same thing as a remit
there is wonderful development crop of corn and hay or a crop of rice, Anderson declined to discuss the cast 0

or sweet potatoes as you mal decide I Ito beyond confirming the report.

t'' all our the State plant and this second crop will be'' -- -- -- Fire, Life, Accident and Health lusorance. C:

clear gain or very nearly so. except :
Mr. Jerome the prosecutor of New HAIR TELLS CHARACTER.

1 York City, Is taking his time to determine expense of planting and gathering. I. .. None but Reliable Companies Represented. C
And we are unable to see where the fS
his action In the Nan Patterson Cl.r of Hair Said to Indicate a Per- i ;
Florida farmer has kick coming.
any ft
case Suppose he thinks If he can't on'n Tem*"rsns>a\t.
Look at the farmer. up in Maine, New A. M CUSHMAN:
prosecute he can persecute. Her ball Many people believe that blonde or ,
York and Michigan costs them as
is ready In any sum. light hair denotes affection and dark I
---. -",- ..,---- much to raise an acre of potatoes as U hair constancy. A person without hair tt Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
--- does! the Florida farmer, and what he la not devoid of character; far from It. V,, '
The flour of the family Is threatenedby The of the bald-
disposition Average
makes on that field of potatoes Is all "" s.t.\ar o. o ioios\i\e.ra,
Itr'ule In Chicago The cause was ken Je I he gets from that field that year He for the welfare of other, that he nesr-
a that a firm which delivers all the flourIn
cannot follow it up with any other bats hlm"elf. A perm raunefl baldnea.\
the city asked a driver to deliver to EST.A.BLISHED: :
Trof. Snbouraud. of Parts. franc. In- 18GB.
crop, and he is glad to Ret from 25 to
,,1, a boycotted store lie refused, was nocculnted a rabbit with Dandruff cerm.
ISO cents per bushel for his potatoes. causing- it to become totally bald In fly,
discharged and a strike may follow. These Northern farmer all live and weeks' tint*. To rid the scalp of these H.F.DUTTON&CO. !
danjrernua perm It )I. to apply
rA tyan'" --- get rich, jot became they stick to it." Newbro', llerplclde.'Destroy necetvary '
? Hon. O, M, Brown who surrendered the the :
i 'AUIIYOU remove DEALERS IS-
-- .
his seat In the State. Senate to Mr. Bas- People that effect."
r are suspicious everyman
kin, has commenced a damage suit they come in contact with, willbear stamp flolcl by for: leading samplo druirrlxt to The !Ilerplcld Send lOr Co.In. Sea Island:: .t

against The Metropolis paper at Jacksonville at least the vision of one eye 011tbemlel. Detroit. Mich.J. )

;%' f placing the sum at fl: & (KX, for ..... S. Ilmtlferd C... Special Agents

,f charging Mr Brown with receiving free --------- Sea Island Cotton Seed Bagging and Twine. WalruaLLJ 9

\' transportation from a railroad company The dreaded tornadoes hue begun Leather in Strips or Sides. .,fi ,t' ,

'; 7 while a tttsie Senator. Mr. Brown their work out West and 'M live lost lP

claim* that according to the action of FOLEY'S v' t >
wa the record of the recent Kansas'cyclone.
:Manufacturers of the James *
w the Senate committee appointed to In. Doig Improved English I
.
vetial! the our, he was not a Senator --.------ ----- Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same ..

r at the time, hence the action. It t I. stated that the Cur I I. not the tj r

", :.::.;----..-- -..-'.::::::::: real head of the church. He l..u't sure HONEYANoTAR GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA, 17sA t i i
.
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t of a real head himself to great h
The South does not need any defense any ----- '.

t from the ranting of Mr. Hart. extent ______ The original { -
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f! of Harvard or any other professor who How kind to defend Jawn P. from LAXATIVE ;' ;
(' know nothing of what he Is talking. cough remedy. cr :
.
T line/ of the pre4. Some paper do Fay-Sholes : :
f' In regard to mortal It will compare Rockefeller J hatter tip. Th. (.nuln. 7:2t t

with any *e tlou. and In honesty In so.-. I la
------- FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR
t business friendship. toward their neighbor YlUw It.fUM abUtaUa. .
Exporter are looking for cotton at a package
the people who are able to Judge
Memphis, and the prices are aid to te Pv.p.r.d only by Typewrite
.
i art those who can speak from eiperituce :
firm. .. ?.!'? A Osimpeny, Chlo.... '
f The people of the South are -- -- I j r rA'k1U11
For !sale' by J. W. MrfvllnM A; C'..
too busy at pteeut to oven stop for a \rcsdla Ass fallen! in line. and or .n. .. ; LEDGEI; \ ",,1:.
moment to ray attention to the prating lied a b ..af01 trade., - THE. :
NEST
t of such insipid ranter at so much MEN AND WOMEN. ; iUnlYrftSAl

t per line. .. t'wa C a.arr.v.aa.strat OX TIIE H1KKETI
Deafness
Cannot be Curedby .1 ..S..r. 4..rl..r. ..ta..rab.yy.4

f! Ktcatnbla county I i.-'making- it exceedingly local application, a* they cannot r ___ e.a/......... .r Irr.lal..5 P.I.t..a4 w..... e.e aNwpaaer.rw. ..5eu...Ir.... nnDOAnDJr I HasTabulator

t7 lurid for the gamblers of each the diseased portion of the ear. -ox '

rnacola. The heaviest tine ever int.hoard (I There I il only I one way. to cure d..rn..*. GLa s Mt .I.t. vapps..t Every Machine.t .' "

f. for gambling wa last i and that U by constitutional' remedies.afne "- is
sw.e 1 tvtib tx.7VUt
Friday at !Vn,aeola when Judge, ;. lJ.f' : "* 's I I. caused by an inflamed conition ..ir usal..gwe. ... Shift' i.ixhtet Running! The
of the mucus lining of the
llegg: of the criminal court sentencedW.
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Kustaohian Tube. Wheu this tub I.inrtauf'd Is Champion Sred Writer of the World '
: K. Kissed: of Indianapolis lo either I ?
f' ', you have a rumbling sound or r.. th. Fay.Sholea: Mite. e
pay a tine of l.MJ and colts or save i
two years in the county jail. William :' closed, deafness i.i the result, PATENTSGASNOW use in Gainesville than soy other mschinw, w

'iehol. an ..wrlu,. In the* gambling and unless the inflammation can b.
.[ taken out and this tab restored to Its
I.I' bows., wa alao sentenced to ray-a Rue' normal e\udtllon.; hearing wilt Us destroyed D a C ... For Sale
OCUII c"DID.--: :: by . .
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of IVO while George AV. Sims I S ,
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proprietor forever ; nine ea e* out of ten h-r.:.. :==- .- = 4 t y
q' of the Hotel. '.mbia. where the ,, are cau. .eU by catarrh which U nothing ..er.-.a.+-w IN ALL COV..Tlllce..J" w
but an inflamed condition of the P..t.... .Arwe. tit M..IaY..O set.. ,-.., THE SUN
house fined ;; muiOou
gambling wa ,
4 run was |VX) 'ISrf.CtH. -.. ,.,.,,...... Gainesville Fla.
for renting a room to b* ad for the j jrarpnaeor Ws offer One HooJml PtJU.. Ke- "wt'" Mllrlae+rM h.etfer IaeA.l.lsty. i.

',' gamblioK. Allot the due. I wand for any ease of aafne ranted by -t.w--.own.s.-M.a tow .. taw v.s .......

": 'f. were paid by the para I.... In addition j catarrh. that cannot b* cured by Hall'sCatarrh wasJ.i.Tou. 0. c. ---- ---. -.--. -_. --. - - --- -- ---- ---- - '
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fA".n the gambling appliance, which Cure
are

>.,4.'?' .,i: destroyed.estimated Ued by the as authorities being worth and$).OX. were j a Tab Sold lion..;by'.hail'J.dmggUu.CMKXBT. Family,.%76c.Co Pills. Toledo for coasU.t O. .' Advertise in THE SU53,


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RURAL ROUTE DELIVERY.' DEXTER WASHINGTON ARRESTEDTaken Y' is,

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S. J. Burnett Jr., Appointed Carrier in Toils of Law Upon an 'Old -

Rural Route No. I. Charge of Sell .-e; Liquor. to

Samuel J. Burnett. Jr., who with :Marshal Pinkn f!n. notinij upon advice .

others entered the competitive examInation : from Deputy li i\-1 I States :Marshal r

; for rural mail delivery carrier Bishop of Deal, \Vednevda7 ar- ma s

: a few weeks ago, has received the ap restd I>ext; r W**b5 ., tiK' nn. who lat I lOW

2' pointment. in the county jml.

4. It will be remembered that special The chart upon u', 'i'h Washingtonva

agent; of the rural free delivery department I arrested is an <: i one. He e

of the United States postoffiee I II charged wish hart u 'told| whiskey

'' visited this city about three months without United :> IT'j! license, and i Tim Kind Yon Have Always Bought* andTblch linabecmla :;
will t arraigned (t.. t">, United'
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uo fur over no years, has borne tho signature ot
I State commission T nt < I\AlA upon
bait" been wm lo uiulcr Ittosnpcrvialoa perr ;
marked oat and established several that charK-.
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r Monnt Mince infhncy.
y; route, the first of which will be established OtlK'f Bishop is ."j|"vte'l l to arrive ., Allow no ono to deceive yon In thUu Ij

a5. on the 15th inst. This routevrill in the city for hi- pr fare today and All Cotiuterrcits Imltntlonl't1ul "Just-n.s-gocHluare but
9 and he will be immediate: ,taken toOeala.
be in of Mr. Burnett
charge '
/ ]:\l prhUlntothnt trillo with and cndaii|? ,r tlio iultlt of ,
will be designated as "Route No. I." I .. +pA llyi. ---'- Il1fimtat and Children Kxperletico_ al'Rlul't Ex Crimcnt. ;'
It, will extend from Gatne! ville to DEFY HARD LUCK.

ti Bennington and Rutledge. accommodating +:1r,
A !'.*,? III!. of M !iolriMU. AdTlcK What is CASTORIA I
intermediate points and the ..r tho 1'salt...

t service will be performed daily except The Life lv<:i't talk I\hont .\ 11 tmnl lu,k. V
Simple Cnstoria h n liurmlos 8ttb! tltuto for Cantor Oil Paro-
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Sunday, the carrier leaving the (faint'-- l 1(11"i >i' to nfORni'i U.'fiwe to bo
vine pontoffica at S o'clock a. m., returning llfiu It. Surii to 'f !lute\ Unit It.let Boric, l)n>j):M nnd Soothing Syrupei. It is Pleanaut It

Fr not later than 4 p. m. The I Perfect Health is the basisof ( the \\hlne out ,.f .\'oiirolc '. or Itwill contain! neither Opium Olorphlna nor other NarcotJttAtihMtunco.

j service will prove of great benefit to the Simple Life. :! stop| ilevel"i'm"iit! nail growth Its ago U Its Rimrnntoo. It destroy Worm;
those residing along the route, as it ''of jour IHM|>. It w II narrow and And allays FovorlslmcM." It cures Ularrhu1and Wind
i will afford the advantages of a daily The clear brain, the healthy hhrluk ,our iiilud. It will ilrlvv away Colic. It relieves Teethltijr Troubles cures Coimtlpatlon

mail. stomach the organs exercising your friondd. It Wli, in.-ik you unpo and Flatulency. It mMlmllateit tho ):Food rctruhttea the8tom".h

Other routes will be established from i i in harmony, are the first essentials ular. Quit! your wlunniK.: t brunt up; j.1 and llourela, fflvtiiir healthy and natural leep
to work: t'e muneUilnn:. stand for aome-
1r time to time the petition is of Life. I The Cblldreu'sl-noacea-Tbe Mother's Friend.
as
proper a Simple thing: till your plat-' in the unlwrvo.Instead .
made and approved. of whining around exciting
The Life of Peace and GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS i
-- -- ----- only pity and contempt. face about anti
t ROLL OF HONOR Satisfaction. make aomethlug of >iunolf. Bench up!
I to the statute of a tit rnug. ennobling Boars the Signature of

.k At East Florida Seminary for the Month No woman can know the womanhood, to the bounty and strength i

ti ,h of April-Fine Showing. delight of simple living'I of a superb wonu nhoud. There !I.
pure I nothing the matter with you. Just quit -
cadets received -
The following having --
{ whose nervous system is kept your whining and go to work.
DO demerits daring the month, are entitled *
to mark of Perfect in a state tension by Scanty I It you continually talk about your
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bad luck: and moan about your 111 for #
Aleman. Baker let, Baker 2d, Banks :Menses, Leucorrhea and other i
; for atmoathereof
I tone, you create journelf an -
]Baum Bennett, Benjamin, Butch, Female Diseases. { misfortune which will certainly The Kind You Have

Brigham Browning Bole let, Bute 2.1. The Simple Way to the overwhelm' you unless. you atop !in Always BoughtIn

Oason, Chambers Colson lit, Colson2d time. ,
Cone Downing 2.1. Fagan 2d, Fish Simple Life is to seek the I The man or woman who persistently Use For Over 30 Years.

I er lei, Fisher 2d, Fetch Casque remedy for these conditions. fear that such and such n thing U not 4 earl oiri............. .. _.....-.. new__w.

George Gillett Graham let, (Groover I This remedy has been 'found j going to forces turn out agaliiKt\\.11 la lIu'c.-UOIIton enlisting powerful . ". . .' . . . ., ... ., .. '

Hampton, Harman Higginbotham in that great product of the Tra\eler.
Hill) Hughes Jacobie, Knight Long riEnntsk +>

s ) Morales1st laboratory .. .. . .. .. . .... . .. .
Miller Meffert Mixson and Prrnrlt .U.., - ---:::- -- -- -- -- ---
Morrish McBeath, }McRae Navarro. 1/116'i4111'
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No <"inparUon' tau fairly be made
Nixon, Pearce Pickett, Pin- between flip police nf Ignition and Parla -
holster Rodriguez Roth Roox 1 with.nIt duo coiiHiilt-rntlon. of the fact _ PRICE LIST _

r Bhands 2d, Shirkie, Stephens, Taylor G.E t! that tin french l Ian lulniltM an Interfer- OF

Wallace Whittaker, Whitney, Williams i once with the Illwrty of the inbj >vt
Withers Xewadski :.'d. willed wuul not !b*' tolerated r The following cadets having received Britain. And It iinint also IM reiiieinberiil EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR COTill
that the eiiHttic of octroi ilu-
only eight demerits or lese during the '
r Gerstle's Female Panacea ties waken It d1Qb'alt for n Frenchmnn
month entitled to a mark of Excellent .
are ; to enter or quit furls without being, : iatKAT: t soiTiini.N: MAIL OUDF.II) lIot'toIt' :
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: 1 the t> itij(>ct of cUmcr oliHcrvntlon thuii - -- --
;. Atkinson Boulware 1st, Cannon, It has made life and happiness b. would! cnooiintiT, in uu KuglUli rlt). I2XIWI25S I>RKI'AI[). Pull Quart Measure.

ti' Chapman, Chapin Colson lid, Pagan when all dark and Solicitor Journnl .
possible was Per Ki. .ur Nla IVrtUllun
v 1st. Liddell, Mason McElroy, bhands 'I cju.rl. CJtmrl '._
distressed. Tried and Tested.
S lit, Shand. 3d, Smith Thomas 1st, ,'.r mu T... Waite, Guaranteed and Proven. i To llv' within once* Income In theserrrt .. .' \VhUkn. . . . e/lf'/ IIIU tai) :1.1: 7ft
Whiting.Will tl.ict rtt slrtd. Ht. :a.tt Itti INi" gas'
-- ,. .... of HTlty. llapplii . .. .. . . . .
-- c Panacea pru | Kiirck_N..t*....tvwe 'rand' 4 .Tfl 4 is I nit I/I. utl
t"erstlc.sl'cmalt has
Extend to Mlrose. : heritage of the 1/1&(0 who aUlx-rvtt to u>i. n. 0.*. Ai'i'tt- ..".....1'I "e a rt se W TV
Kurrka Moolt. . . .. . .. . te, rn, 19II 01.
O. C. constructing of now a place in the hearts of rule anti n 4->..ntriiti-l wind I I and an Ktirekit N (*. .....'.b llrnti.tr ..\. .... .. .. .... 71N.J..hllrtlnt.lJ \ /M1 T pl tat
Voyle
manager ever IncrcanluK! l hank ncrount will belong . .. ... ... ... . .... ... .. .. a TV :1.n s sa is TOT
the East Florida Telephone Company Happy, Healthy Women.It tur.II.S.t"l'n' ..n.a. .. ... .. .. . .. a a :Ift .w .
to the our who buys only what be *.ur..k" N. C lure, XX . . . .... ..... .. .. . . a 3ftO) :a MI 1 so w onT
returned yesterday from Melrose reaches the centers of life can pay for. ,.."r..N..rn.XXX .. . .. ..... . .. . .. I T1 a f'Ia a "lI/
X, .. .. .. ..... .. . .. 7Ml
where he has been prospecting in the Y.ur..II..S I Cure A X X a Ni\ s I 7" M*
and purifies them. It is the Old C'niw lb>urlM matter of extending the service of his \ rrr O.... Il.rmlt.r.' Ii'e . .. . . f/lf/ f""Ml 111, : tit
to a Simple Life Nunn llro<>k 111* .. . . . a I 'a m II Ik)
company to that point, thus giving Health '.1"H. hunter Is really rngagni to Nunn Hroo* Muut M..b . .. a TKUl J a M It III>
Gainesville and Melrose direct telephone of and Happiness.A Ul* no,I..,." K .IM> "k' r>rliiMlk .. . a a ram a *,.. is r*
VelTCtOkM A 01i 1 T XAIII la TIIIS
communication. trial (with Money Back "Ho he wnn trlllng uie. II. nays BIW) m .. IV a. U>
ab..'. .. but .b,,'. gad."
Mr. Vojle states that he met with not -ry pretty
and that the line Guarantee) is within the reachof j "Y .. gelid. fur a million In 'her own WQ Irvin .SJl la Elio "'..r UalUa, ls\lr\ .n>d.tvulll.
every encouragement sufferer. Thousandsof rlgtiL'-i'hlledrtphla ITr... Mn. twelea l"b.l. ul Ilaleh.It's !*tti, >.l. *" to.k sad _*. rfrv a fr.*. nave
4 would be extended from Camprille to every '..1.. '.1.0' tlstab.tI.LtAHr.end..ur. aboltl .. !l a.. teal.. lab.I.. ofJIstebal
cured women attest the C'Ib.1'e. W b....k.l.a ..cu,. a b"'U. frc*. Mere ,.. .. 'litbcto of pit".ka
Melrose in a short time.If ,... .. .,.. .. ,....
< .1 IJI....... N C l'+trn shd.C it a bn111 r 1w tsb & of :.a N. O. Apvl.Iksreir "
---. virtues of G. F. P. "II1..I..r amt ..r" lie. a.UI. fr... Mer. Ie.lr.. "I"+I. or 1.11.: ... sad ....urenn.
If.-Tb" WAS a run on tho bank bottle lt.*. !'rice. ufIII ." .0<.i. b<....IIII.' 11011:"..'""Ufe era Toe per scuba tees
the Baby I Is Cutting Teeth tb..r.00 fortunate to .* sees d.jf.r was were
k If your case Is not fully rorrred by our m.a.ur.. A.I 'a..fS.d breiuIf w&II.s sold ever III' tar ., lea pet .11.-.10
: Be sure and use that old and well- free bo( k, HEALTH MUTHKMS MAK i' get your moor, out. heYes; but I from l"I.! .".. I lot ,MM AU olnr' >iun'.-4| on ..."U........ W* .l*. *.rrr .ll...l>.tr1VKAT
.... f' tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's booth- lUr..r HoMKS)," writ in confidence to I never aw surtj dbwourfH 'There" U.ruurs. )1ue.then 1M, ref-+nuot.d.tf.e Mted If er.nt,.,t.t riot t'RStVfltUf7.rir.* on I.,.* ...."uaa.., Iwek.d say. W. de.etr.d. .

,1/1 tag Syrup, for children teething It the 1.4n'lu' 'HKAI.TK CLl'''. rare Utritle wasn't a man offerwl! mn his plate on
. soothes the child. softens the gums, Medicine Co., Ch.tunuoga"' Tenn. the line.:N>w York T1m.. 11&1:1'"I: : >F. A I.Kjt'Oll. COttl'A.IY.
j E$ HAY tlTIUtT: J4CUMONVIIXJB. n.A,
allays all pain cures wind colic and is -
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'f. ",,'II". e'iCtrkaaa...
I the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twentyfire ,
bottle Matter Louis Harrison, Aunt hefty The doctor's! <<"fra' to - - -. .. . .. .- - ,,--, -,, ,_.q.--,
t' cents a
Jak.oQylll,. hat a new cltfren in the \ take .'rature. Uncle Josh .
your temp
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person of Master Louis Stanley liar. Well. I bojw bell leave tns a more

rioon who arrived at the. home of his healthy one In it* plsw.

parent !last FriJny. the &th Init. I --. Attention !
Turpentine Operators
;. The CashGrocery "Consider IIIrou., planter, my
1i This young man will go through the ana" re'uerkf.I Ue hIlOtl4'IJ.b.c'. 'anddon't ,
world tinder the eoKuomrn of ")fonk get di. 'muKe.l. Krtrybolyturns

the S.eond ," his father bring mere fa. Ms bark "u It. y.t It bangs on
mlliarlr' known a. )funk" At any and .ventaalh schl.vee .U'I:.*. by

Co. rate h" has a right decani! father and dose a|>t>IIrsti) "

an ei?.II.nt| mother and the r* Is little' Tho Standard Naval Stores Company of

doubt but that the youngster will grow A World v/id Reputation

op in the midst of prot|.eroas surroundings Whlt Cr,,,, V'rrrnifoge Pies achieved Jacksonville, FIorMa, arc now prepaied to

: a. his tether, !14 the! stock a w,,M w :., reputation a. being

p J J. R, EMERSON & (o.5y claim agent of the :+*at>oard Air Line i the bsi of a vorm destroyer, and contract with Indcjwjnjent} prcxlucerH and

and has> many friend throughout the for lie tone 1.1'f .ne. on wt>.k and tin1 -

Hiate' who are always glad to welcome 1 thrifty hlldr.T! .. "it b"otr.Hf,,. th. will (pay Hut Savannah prices for Ko in'and:

him. If the lad Inherit the flf"o.1f I acidity nr *'>uf'' ess of th. .lorna h,

pat4 farBarrlocton of hi* fsther b. i I. desilited to prupr t Improves Ih*.' .!lg.stl
Hall Duel! Cut ('.rrf'. anywhere. The r Hun extends eongrat* of>> lotxi irragthn thrlr sere

naUuoS'. 0>xlik FI*.r. alai' or.' ous yslem sail ,..tl.r.. them to the wmvi111f or Fernundlna. Free of storage,
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Msrbm I heallb. ,,Igora' I elasticity of spirits

I r natural to eh .Ibcod.. told by W. \l. fIlJ04Ural1ft: (Jr conunl ion charge We an>
We have the Choicest Goodson Will oom4P< I Indigestion and dye \ Jnhneun. fi..' ..tll,>, Fla., and J. C. ,

our daily p.p.Is ; regulate th. bowels and tare ,\1 It .hop, AJsrf. .s II*. . also! ) pre[>ared to make literal advances. In-
liver and kidney complaint/ It U tb* - -
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,, belt blood .nrieh.r and (invigorator lathe The O.,srUr<1 Limited to California ve..,tigat/l our methcxld of Bhlpplng- tank
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,.; ..... world It +is purely rctatl, perfectly I r....,... tA, 1..Dt.r 1lttlloo' .

.: Irish 1'01&0f.r p.ek 3.'e barrnl., and should IOU be a : Chicago, 4 it \> m. dally, arriv*. Han caw-it will save you lot of money. For

', Best %Whit Ka on. j-r voutxl lfJC I.aterer from dl.( *..., you Milt o.. It If Frao.,U o th. 'bird day 'In time for adiBO

Dark**'* .lad. I>rt/toir: U-j,e you ar. WI.> ., K- X A&drvws, editor .r, Hoot -C'blosgo, >ltI*.uh.. further information apply to

'' 3 Qealire.Cans Com 2fe2&o.. aDd manager Coo and Ko kldr tt SI. Fatal lUi-.,. Unloq J'Mlflo and

Cans Pea New. Cooa, Fix., .lie.. i "1 bar 1 8ootb.rs I-aeHfl Lin. All) tl_ktags
2 Cans Tomato 3 lb east art used your Ilsrbio 'la m* family, and .M Mil "'. ibis r 2 Cans Roast B*.f + .,-een. mdieta do so.JIaikdsxitn. NAVAL
gad it a moat at Its STANDARD STORES
Ixv California.
of
Fresh Ontoc and Tarn,i.. k.d.Kriptir. C04
Fmb Extra line Co2*.. ffeu apoa 11I.11 bar tIefta a mark- sot tot all c.nu .I',.. r'.
ile/ .d twMfit. gold tf W. \f.Oai 6IIalOO, A. )JUl.", ( ...ral I*.*..ncr Agent,
alt Urdr' 'ptl ** *iU.. FU.. and J. C. Isl.bup. Cbkaco, or W tf hoed H.) Wway. \ "rwd,
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g ,6 THE 'DAILY' SUN: tfAINESVILIiE, FLORIDA, MAY 11, .j.90*


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NEWS FROM ALL rr TAX: : rrOTICE-:;;;: ... - -- --

DsVERE MORRIS,
following described! 1 land !sRuated Ifol! and being In the DR.
SO NOTICE is hereby siren that the
PARTS OF CURES WHERE AIL ELSE FAILS City of Oalnearllle. In the county of Alochu..In the State of Florida. wlU be sow. _at pubdo atues-
r FLORIDA auction front of the court house door on Monday, tbe 11th day of June. A. D.I S. -- Cityof . DENTIST. .. .
the
B,it Cough Syrup Taste. rind vllie. Alaebum county. Flo.Ms. or so much as will be necessary to pay tile amount due wltb
We la time. J old by drutr.ts.Zt' Oafne.YWe tor tsaes: for the year 19". herelo set opposite to the same, to\l'etber cost
T. H. ELLIS. Tat: Collector.
of sale and advertlsemeot. .
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Britf Happenings Prom Various - : .- .:.... .- - -:;- =--:-- -:::---- n
1- rTQ ; CI I ;;: Office over Marcus Endel'a. All work guar

Sections of State. SAME DESCRIPTIO-r. t 0 iJ:: ;!It I "' a::,)) anteed. ______________

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A. CARLISLE,
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS by falling through a sky.light. The IserryBrfgbsm......... <>t..30&31.P telephone company lost considerable. Brown .........Lot 10 n, 001' of M. K UaU' lot fa aw Uaine.rfile. ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
10 tt e.t w by 7t"4 U a.t.. near Port.er'lI
Addition GaloenWe. in .w'4! . ... . .. ... .. .. .. II 10 :ro 2 9.
shipments
Transpiring In "Th Land of Flowers.Things The vegetable from the A. A. Hsektnw. ..........LuweSkct: poner'..Addltfon/ Oalnesvle. .... II .UJO I :t.) I And Solicitor in EqnityReal
"Boiled Down" to Suit the Manatee section are now on a rush and Jobn Brown. ... .... .Lot 2. Porter'. Addition J.-Cone Blot. .. . .. r. I" :30) 110 I -
J. \\.CbJ.le..Com..t. . Ite cor Of A. fn H2o'4.Uru..b' .
Busy Radr lUms of Interest tAll growers are getting good pri es. Addition Galne\vUle.! run' w 3tJ f tto I Estate, Conveyancing and Gea-
Iell fe :rnft. )
point of belllnll1nll. thence run D w
CI....*. The contract the wireless tele s lei Ie 4 a r.u) Ie to belCloololt .. .. .... ..... 1\\ JO 00 450 eral Practice. All business promptly
+ graph station on Anastasia Island has J. F. \.lcKioatry.:\ Jr. . Com. III ft a of Be eoI' of J. C. O.rdener'.lot I fp I attended to. Office next door to Sun
toW Ualne..vlUe It run w 171>> ft. a 100 ft e 170 ft. n FLORIDA.
Melrose wants a painter and paper- been let to a St. Augustine man. 10)11' to ell'lonloll .... .. ..... . . . ... .. 1\ 10 00 t 10 Office. GAINK3VII.II- J
:t hanger. J. \V. Duke .In e'4 of B b Bron' Addition GalneltvlUe.lota i
The Key West Inter-Oeesn says that H. Ii. 18.2: &1 24.Flyon's Subditslun 1\ 10 :.0 4 95 BAYER,
Tampa burglars are buy these beau. a Chicago syndicate will locate on Sugar Estate ot M08e. Endel Cow. at oW' Cot of iS4! ot IJ 2. IDlCram'" Addition FERDINAND .
Galne'lv1Jle. .t run e 100 ft. n 46 ft. W 1011 ft. s tIStHo
tlfol nights. Loaf for the production of artificial brIl'IDnlnlJ') .." . .. ... .. .. .... ... .. . 1\\ JOO 3 Iii ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Marcus Epdel.. . .. .....Lot.lt""b k' 6& esi of lot 1. original survey Gainer
The orange groves around Orlando sponges. v\l1e\ ..... .... 5 !II 0 30 JS' 7S0eoralaE1lltborve. GAINESVILLE: :, - FLORIDA.
... ...Lot19Velteb'sAdditlonGslnesrtie. .. ... ... If I"JO: 413Marla -...
+r promise a large crop. All of the Pensacola union ....
$ men are K. naU .1..S. lot 4. IJ a. Urown' Addition Galoesvllle.
711"""n.t.byII\IUe&w.\ .. .. . .. .... ... ... 6 10 Z) 495
4 The Plant City Vegetable Growers'Unlon pledging aid to the carpenters and Helm ot Hull a Cum- Can sell your city property, (improved

has been Incorporated. joiners and painters and decorators, mtngs ... .'. ........Lot II. B 3. R t. Roper's AdditlonGalnesvtlle. .. 4 10 2a) If 30Hein !( and unimproved), phosphate,
ot Hull 4 Cum- and lands. Send him
trucking farming
y I The Eden field saw mill at BashnellSamter In their demand foan eight-hoar day. miDi'S. ot.jot Hull A Cum- IQ"-t.! B t. R2. Roper' AdditlooGalne"vWe.. 4 10 ") 18Heir. a list of what you offer for sale. 21i2n:

county, was destroyed bj fired Hon. John B. Vaughn of Century, mill... .... ........ ..Lot I. B ..R 4. Roper' AddltiooGaloen1lle.... 4 10 00 390
Rein of Hull &
Cum-
Saturday. Escambia county, on account of his minga. .... .......... .Lo' I. B I.R a. Roper's AddltlooGalnenWe. ... 4 111 .) 283" E. BAKER
marksmanship, la under arrest John O Howard.., ... ..Lot II. Porter's AddltlonGsineevtUe .. ... 1\ 11):1\1 If 140W. !( W.
Captain Park of Tampa, who wa poor ,... Hunter. . ... .... .1.0' n. Block B. W. It. Tbomas'' Addition to lie '
shot by Bomford, his wife's paramour, for killing Fred Knowles, a traveling OalnesdUe....... .. . . ... . ,. ... . . .. ..... 4 1J 20 i 110 TTORNE'Y- T-LAV,
The bullet In. ".'A.... Raywood..Cote IM 4 105. Porter' AddlUon OalnevI .. II I\J i 353
::1 c will reoorer. picture enlarger. was I 1.0. ot G. S. & D. ot S.. . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . .
, tended for Jack Nichol. After mix- 1. A. Wood. Secy. Lot 31' Porter's Addition GaineltvWe .. ..... .. !S 10 !9) 1 140
's The Manatee Reeerd Is very warm Julia .IobnllOl1 ........ ..N'4lot IS. B 3. R I. RoPt"r' AddltlooGalnenllle 4 1":1\) 3: ttJ) -
with Vaughn, Nichols rushed into a Dr. A. 8. .. . .. .
Jerry
because Ice up 5!:4 lot I. B 12. BruNh' AddltlooU&lof'svUle. 3 I\J :5) CI 75
cannot be obtained thereto crowd and Vaughn pulled his pistol A.. W. Le1Jrb'OD . .... .Lot bounded by West .MaiD .'reet .t iZPress GAINESVILLE, Alachua Co., FLJ
keep cool. Refrigerator Co. lot by lands of S. A. L. K R..
Office in Endel Block.
fired and killed Knowles. D k w by lands of J. R. Eddins and Is!. M. Siw.Helrl .
rn The two lodges Knights of Pythias mops' ..... .. .. . .. .. .......... ... ... n 00.Mo..eiey ;
._ ____ _ ,.. . .. of Wm.. ,.....,,
9 L. --
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I'i**? in iBoasuDviiie win com Din. aaa ouua I Why Suffer From Rheumatism? .:.:: .......Lot: OD a hide ot .Mallool" lit. bounded e bJ Potter "- JJR. J. H, ALDERMAJf.
'lit.. II by lot of 5.t.: i. C. Pound w by land of
a '7 ,OCO temple. Why, niIYerl:with rheumatism when I U. K. Broome to aw,",i of. . . ... ... .... . .. 1\ I" :)II f
Miami will have baseball l..e... Iota or Uen.ey !Jro'Nnlnd PrImers Weeks 3 2!'c DENTIST.Successor ,
a team and one applldJtlon'of Chamberlain's Pain. Savannah Marno .. ...wt 3M. It 2.\ IIruHb'. Addition UalscavlUe\ .. 1I"\ .0: ) 4 ,fi j1
/ U U quite contain there will be anISast wlll.feliere Heirs ot John McUulre.Lotlt t3" If. 1J.4. n I. Roper's Addition Ualnesyllle [ toSeller&: Aldermanl "
Balm the
t pain The quickrelief ... ..u, .. .. ... .. . .. .... 4 10 t'} 49'j ,
Coast League. which this liniment affords Heirs ot John 1olcGulre.Lot 9. k:t.1I S. Roper',. Addition Udnesvllle .. 4 !0 :S) 2 5.S Over Dutton A Go's Bank. GtlaearvU eSpecial \
W. S. MoDoW'ell ... ., .Lot"S! k 6. McCormloK' Plat Ualnellv\1le\ . .. . 6 7'.J .
If* It is estimated that over 100,000) barrel makes rest and sleep possible, and that M..... Irene McCreary..I.ot I. Veltob' Addition Oalne.vjUe .. . .. . 9 10'::') !5 1) attention Crown and Bridge work
of potatoes will be shipped from I alone is worth many times its COlt W. U. O"'en..... ...... ..Com. at an Iron stake HUA) ft e of sow cot of Sec. Phone 70( -3
3. TI. 10. IL 2e, A run D 1320 ft.. e 9lt It to boon- .
Hastings this season.Jacksonville Many who have used It hoping only lora dary of lands of O. A. Porten then II 1110011' said
boundary line to cot of acme. thence w 11':1 f' GORDON B. TISOX.
barbers hare decided to short relief:from suffering have been to 1>e1C1001Dll'.ln awd .. . . . . . .. b 10 21) 10 05! DR.
rt keep their shops closed on Sundays happily surpffstd to find that after Thotpas W. 1>Itts.......t'om. at. a pInt U ft e ot fie oorof lot t of f' X. DENTIST. \
lI l < Miller. Addition O"IDe..v1Ue, run e 9011' ft.II I.5ftw90114ftknl.fttobelrlnnlns
from June lit to October 1st. awhile' the .Ji.t became permanent. .. . .. . .. II 10) 21) 2'4 ::1.\
Mtobaelttlvera..Lot Porter" Ad4ItlooOaloe""Ule ... 1\\ I0 :9) I 10) Graduate Raltluore! College Dental Sunrerr.
A specimen of camphor made froma Mrs. V. HjjfiitfCRett of Yum Yum, Tennessee Marje O. Sberroc1 ..... .Lot 1\. B 3. IPllr.m' Addition Ualne..vUle .. 1\ 1',1 l I I 10
U, 8-p writes "I Mary E. Simmons .....I.ot VT. Porter'lI Addition Ulllnell.Ule. .. . I 15 S Five rears' experience In New York C1V7Crown. ;.
: : am a
tree at Sanford by Prof. Richmond of great Heirs of 1. W. Yolk.. ..Cow. at fie 001' of A. N. 1.001111 lot In East .Bridge work and Filling Specialties. '
; the agricultural sufferer( frotrtfrhetimatUm: all overfrom Ulitne.,1Ue 4 run e 433 tt to Stale lit.. s 1Jr: U. AH WORK GUUUl"TaaD. I
; department Washington d"tVfoot w 433 ft.. D 1207 tt to beAInning . .. 4 Itl o: ) j OI! \. .
h and Chamberlain'sPain Hel..ot I. \V. Volk.... Office In Miller Law Etobabge:
is on exhibition: at a Sanford drugstore A.trlp of land f' 0" It between State lit.
w lialrn Is the only thing that will and hlllf.w1Je line ot.. . . .. ... ......... .. I to ::0 I &1 OAnrssvILL FLA.
relieve the pain." Fur sale by all
T. B. EI'US, Tax 'oll..tor.
Fire at Jasper Monday night destroyed druggists. ___ _ ---- --- -- _. -- .- THE WEST END,
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:' several wooden buildings K, Trolley Care In Collision. PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF FINE WINES LIQUORS A CIGARS 4
s D. Tompkins wasquite severely Injured
New York, May 10.-In a head-on
------------. Whiskies JOHN ME ZIES. Proprietor.
collision two trolley cars on Staten Wines Beer and Malt.
S19-X21 W. Day St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
IF I you LOVE ouR !Island 30 persona hue been injured. ; ,

Mm. Dora Davidson, of New York, -- ------ Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't

WIFE DON'T probably will die from Injuries re EXPRESS: l'Utl'.AlI: Bulk (load)+-Jugy .'n>P- ot l'repaltl. fail to call on me when in Jacksonville

celved. The street cars were well Full Qt. Measure. 4 Qts e Qt.... 1 12 Qt+!. }
'1.1iI Per
filled with passenger when they Club Bye ". .. U 111I H lV t 1 11U Rre. ran. C.rn. Ual1on'IluntlDIl Uoolarrade. \
ROAST HERr came
Nelaon County I'..... . 2ltl\ 4 "t 7 fd UIJO Per Gallon:
oomp.llloa'hflr together. The platforms of the care Monogram Rre-7... ... .. 39): 450 flu Rye. Oln. Corn Rum. line quallt Mhushok
r, to bake the family were battered to splinters and Pianos
many . .... r'.i
lIanne'
;; bread during the hot summer 44'Bye. .3 11\ 1IMI) 9av Rye, Cla the woney.
months. of the pasnenjrcra were hurled to tho SuoLlDrup.. . ... .. ... Ih) II IItI 131' .. ...t.oo Per Uallon: .
Buy your Bread from p vt'nK'nt.JI were severely cut Melt I tVELYtY. ,. ". '". . .. 3 75 8 lu) 9 ,h1 It' Rye Peach. and Apple UrliodY. Mellow ,

t and bruised except Mrs. Davidson J'eaeb 1JrllodJ'. . .. . .. 3: 7/\/ 11(10( g :.01 ed by age..
J .Keystone Bakery. who ... .. ..... "4.011 Per Oallon: NOTED FOR SWEETNESS .
AJI
.. . warn hurt Internally. Misunderstanding Apple IIr.nd' 375 1\ 00 9 :.o) VIctoria Rye Social 1 iroial' Rye Ied10lna PURITY
HollaD40ln . .. ... . .2140 4 :S 735 quality
1'w It's a saving of time, work and money. of HlRnalu la said to have caulE'dtbe lteuevs Oin .... . :375 III\) 950\ !.}:MP ST. LOUIS JI.FH.. Per 1>0&. OF TONE, POWER AND

Fresh Ilrrod Drllvrrrd Dally accident North Carolina Corn 2 11ft 4 fat 1 110 . .. ..
. Beer ... N 1 t2\ DURABILITY.
MouD'alnCorn. "
'' .31& 51s). 9M F.atl.u: .. . . . . .. .". .".. .. .
II U
To all parts of the oily Also Cakes J ama I o. R UIQ.1 4n. 1-
,
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.
Creeping Medford . . Standard. . . 11)1)
Rum.r 3 11\ 1110
Ties U 110
4 and every other production of A Death. Ora/M Brandy.. . .. ., :3 73 1011 U 30 '''&It. ears dark I 00
the modern' up-to-date Cobu.lmtartell .. ... Ben piano for this trrloa climate stands la
100
bake Blood poison creeps up towards the Klni of Rely. Bourbon 3 ,5 111)1.1) .p 60 Hass. Ale. 1.10' .. . . . . .. S 2ft tune longer than others constructed
shop. AaoIortmen' Allowed on AU Good... of Same Oulnn.Out.. pint. . . ....
:3 y;
It. T. SCIUFEK, Proprietor Keystone heart, causing death. J. E. Stearns, Price Price. bJ the bbl. on ..ppUcstlon.1:46.1gb beat material, and moat artlsllo

4 Bakery. Then 1115.w Belle Plain<< Minn., writes that ahl.n(1 .---- .-.-------- workmanship obtainable.

. .. _._ _. dreadfully injured his hand, M HANNE BROS JACKONY1LLF. Up detail to date n every
- -'- -- - -" - W. AaU.aS NT. and Un- .
FL .
which swelled up like blood poisoning
.. . equaled.Bold .
Ea H. WATERS tooklen's Arnica Halve drew out the --- - .

e pol.nn. healed the wound and saved by us continuously for
his! life. B.>" In the world for burn. THE EVERETT HOTEL

PRaCTIGAL and lor".. :28o at all drug stores OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS

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PAPER HANGER mall Insect Destroying Cotton. 285 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLOT IDA.Ceatrally want without a piano a single for.failure.lifetime'sservice If TOO ,

lIunt nlllt-. Ala.. May 10.-Farmers buy the .) t"1Viathu9he

In the southwestern part of Madison hated, U.erMpl repaired aad reaevated. Newly I'tlralslaNl. -

t House Paintingand i county complain that a Urn p..rt'\'nt. Earspeaa Plea.S k T .;1

I aan of their young cotton has been
Decorating. :M A.sQN Prtees as low M fa consistent with Q.aI1u
destroyed. by a mall species of Insect Pro-prLe1: :
I Cash or oa ea Ilrowsi lle... C+nier, Uala.*rlllr, Fla. bearing torn rrn iuhUncn to the boll .- -.. -- --- - -. - - __ VIal Wa par freUrni. Writs .j.
I W_*H. On. fanner. tram l athara.stalts - -r for

Full line or faints and Wall Paper I that :(> acres In hU colon Held

1'. In stook at lowest prices to the trade I have been completely ruined and SE..A..EOA.RD .

- -- - -, others have suffered beavtly. A hot- .. I. . Ludden 1DBates

.t'F.''F.. MAX KRAU8S tie of the lns*ts naa rten sent to the air Line rcaiiway

,
agricultural department at Washington '
clarification. . FOR. . .
Ril _Rep.eoUna for Southern Music Honse
Savannah Columbia Camden ,

E. A. VEIL & CO. :r: Southern SAVANNAH; .- GA. ,

CASTOR Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash- JOHN D, MURPHY, Mgr i
WHOLESALE
SHOES *
For Infaata and Children. ESTABLISHED 1870

Of All UencriatUa*. The Kind Yea Hall Always Bought ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia GAITHER a BRYAN, State Ag'ts, a

New York TAMPA FLORIDA.
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Dear theS1Ystatar.
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ofRailroad
Sole A.lnt forXUMiltdl and SOVKit-: y Three Elegant Trains Daily. FAVORITE :

FINN: DUALITY 8ho .. Every ---- - I ,

gyp pair warranted. Conductors In Session.IVrtUnU. Seaboard Florida ItESORT.
Limited.
Or*.. May, to.--Th* thtr t

:J. Manasse, Agent tleth biennial convention of the Order

... .-- - . .. .. - . of Hallway Conductors will commence Seaboard Express. Alachua Pool Parlors ....
her today. Three special l l trains hate

arrived over the Union I'sclflc. Northern .

t, ;1.;. Ant Great Northern railways bear. Seaboard Mail. C': Dare ITeprieterJIx i'J

tne 1.3i>0 of the delegates and their j

t+k 11155 n. NORTOM.N friends. Oo# of the principal .ob- -

leek t\'T |It'Cl.zaUoa U a propoAitloo to MOO ERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT ..

change the< caartnUmis
The :U\nO.'RD FLORIDA I.1MITLU: >eated ID the Porter IVlkk. sonth
; NOTIONSAND from vtf la two fears to one ta U,.. posed .2eluslvely' of new Pullmaargospm.':.u,-a Hlbioit solid Car...&ibuled Double train, et>tn- side square.. Three flnt !: 1ua table

or four yraZLC1.ar.d 1.oout Sleepers, t'itawroom aDd Ob6.nat 011 (' Drawing. Good .lights sad projy t aDd eoartoosU
and .n-op.ratiD tw'wn St,. .\u. srrlce. The pa'" f
JaChanYIU.! to New York
eordUUy Invited
y.a .. \ e
EKE leaving St. .
\U
) for Action. : m, ADd Juktoeyll1.$ ::'O dally, eteert. SOnly ", U.tiD. and always WI' e.ILLION.
_..
: NOVELTIES When the body U cleared, action Line- -

t I by Dr. King's Nw Life lilt. you eau Operating

t.ll it by the bloom of health on th* Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksontille to New Orleans Ply BRISK 4 (

Sat,( eaer I I. ehvks; the brichta. of th. ejrs ; the ** MSS
flrmness For fulllarorm.aJoe and al..rer reserrstions u.u 011 anr a geet Seabo..e ns n have the east sad best bail4.k ra,
.
of the fl> h and me.ele.i she -ri'A.. O. MAcDONELL. OI i
I MRS. J. A AMMONS So o. n011.sTON mad la Georgia win at s
JL : BIT
of th. mlad. U ,. A.I\ 0. ,'
buoyancy Try u Al *" Passenger Agent, ru.urer Ageat caps tot lowest each price* dlirr .
: .
all drojc stores. ,. JACKSOXTILLE, TWB1DA.M JEe eaT point In Florida, E.fiAISESYILLE'S s.
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'" THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 11,11(1 J ( ;) "' ,

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b} HOT AND KILLED ON TRAIN. A STOLEN INVENTION. I -'- _" w'__1._- :'
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S Tragedy Outgrowth of An Old Feud flow the I>ralflrner ..r the n..a I .
Cab Lust a Kurtuno.Charlos :.
Between Texan
Houston Tex.. May 10.-Ed"-Ard Cal. Hansom, the famous HnplUharobite s
:\.-t, wn a taloiittt man in "
many
.
fcoun was she and killed on board an Opportunities in California
respects' other than lu the exercise of : ,
1 Incoming San Antonio and Aransaa his profession.: Ho was dlnlui on a {
Pass train at Wa tits early today by
certain day with a few friends whenone
W. T. ESdridge, of San Antonio Tex. ,I ;
of them taunted him with being
formerly vice president and general unable to invent a vehicle which would "I }1C trade In the I Orient IS opening up. .: '

manager of the Cane Belt railroad. supersede" the old fashioned' barks and
Calhoun is a brother-in-law of Captain cabs in universal Ue10 London. Mr. Our exports to Japanand' China multiplied

William Donovant. who was kill Hansom got a sheet of paper, and during the last I,
!*>y ESdrtdge about three years ago on without any delay lie sketched out his year.y

& passenger train on the same road. Idea of a safe and convenient mode of
There will
be tremendous increase-
soon '
a -
XSdridge was recently acquitted of kill. passing through the crowded atrectst .

: !fnf Captain Dono"an.Toda.y's of watched the great hIm: l11..trolloll.lIlt while be: was!' !at friends work: the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far
tragedy grew out of the killing
and unanimously! applauded the sketch Ea .. 1
of Donovan
and subsequent attempts t.
.r; which he hail drawn. They dubUtl It
made on the life of Eldridge.
by the name of its linvntor and it wan
r : shot Big for the who lives there.
Hdridge was through the lungs then and there called a "Hansom car.'" opportunities man ..

w. by an unknpwn party but recovered. One of those: |Present advitil him to Whv look the field ?
not over
Dissention over the control of the takeout a patent for it, which lie said *
Cane Belt road in which Eldridge and be vtould do ou the morrow however >
,+ Donovan were jointly interested revolted there was one dishonest luau In the Only $62.50, Chicago to San Francisco or Los

r; in the killing of Donovan, since company, by whom he was (forvtalUxl
+ and
G which time a feud is said to hate for ou roaoliliiK bU own house that Angeles return, May 1/2:: 3 9, 10, 11 12", 13 .

existed between the relatives of the evening and Ix-lnn. like Mr. hansom,
i : June August 6,7 S
deceased and Eldridge. All of tin a dt draftsman, nil all great tirchltexts :29, 30 31 9,10, 11,12,13.

parties are prominent are he Kketobtxl out a car like :' and 14, 1905. Tickets good for return for 90 days.
the drawing lu bad *seen end early the

,_: LOCK CANAL WILL SUFFICE. office following and morning got out patent he took It for to It the In I Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour- i

his own name, thus rubbing the talented .
ist from San Francisco Los
f Declares French Engineer In Regard inventor of all the remuneration sleeper Chicago to

to Panama Canal. which he deserved to from it. It
reap Angeles Santa Barbara and other pointsin
l' ,
Paris. May 10-The Academy of Sci- brought an Immense but ill gotten fortune many

'i mess today heard a communication : to tbe one who bad perpetrated < 'alifornia; only $7. Through train service from
from M. Bunau-Varilla, former Pan- the fraud, whereas Mr. Charles Han-

"':: man minister to the United States on Horn waft never one penny tbe richer.Donah .- Union Passenger Station, Chicago via the

re, the solution of the Panama canal problem oe's.
.
by the new method of comblnlR
.'\ A lock canal for the immediate demands Terrific taste With Death.

.I of commerce and a sea level 'waterway "Death was fast approaching,"writes Chicago Milwaukee I St. Paul

t for the ultimate requirements.The Ralph F. Fernandes of Tampa Fla., ,

communication says a lock ca describing bit fearful race with death,

nal will be sufficient to meet present. "as a result of liver trouble and heart Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line

i requirements. wheras a sea level water disease, which had robbed me of sleep
t way will be necessary only when the and of all interest in life. I had tried

traffic" is three times greater than that many dlflerentdoetorsand severalmed- This is the route of The Overland Limited, leaving Union
; of. Suez 30 years hence. A lock canal tines, but got no benefit until I began
ample to meet all requirements to use! Electric Hitters. 80 wonderful I I I t Passenger Station Chicago, 6.05 p. in. and The California

: can be built in four years. This was their cnVei that In three days Express at 10.25 p, in. The I California Express carries tourist

:. would have a summit level of 130 feet I felt like a new man. and today I am sleeping cars to California every day. Both trains carry
cured of nil troubles Guaranteed
and be so constructed as to 'be readily my
transferred into a s e& IeTelVatu"a)', at all drug stores ; price 5CV3.Charltr through standard sleepers.

The transformation would cover sevenyears
.' fmrmtrr * additional work without any Interruption c. omrlete Inform.'itinn rtit Ire, .
Henry II. sought peace for his soul
An of ''" Midi I Ui.k
of traffic for the work of trtnpt "UUI'|
r after the murder of Bucket by feeding ImUhUcd. Name ________ .
b transformation. and sustaining 10,
';..I proceeding that count have made many W. S. HOWELL Street address .
., The Richest Man in the World. a man rejoice In tbe fall of the "proud Gen E..l.rn Arnl. 31 Hro.dw.y, -
** of all. though war NtW YORK CITY,
; The richest man in the world cannot prelate Quaintest city ____.____.__._ _..-_._ . .. ..Stat __ _ _
the charity: rf Henry III., who com- er
, have hit kidney replaced nor live with '
mantled that. "in the great ball at "'In.lOON" F. A. MILLER,
): oat them, so it is Important not to neglect andnerdy Probable destination. _. . .. .
fin, all the .
at a good poor G u.fl t'. p.nc"r Aacnt, -- ----- -
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these organs If Fole; Kidney children that could l>*, found CHICAGO > IM-HHI4

l Cure.i J, taken at the first sign of danger I were to \f fd acf>riHng to the weight
.
'( the symptoms ditappear and and measure of the king's children." a '

II; your health wilt be restored a. It. queer variant of the more modern system .
of dUtrihtitlng' the Maundy money.It :- . .. . . . ._ -
I. strengthens and builds up these organs/ -- -------- - - -- -- -- - -- -
as nothing else will. Oscar Bowman, I I..* to ttt feared that nowadays, saysthe
writes "I have usedFoley's Ixiudou C'tironlcle, the amount of ALACHUA COUNTY
Lebannon. Ky.,
food equivalent to "the weight mil ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
Kidney Cure and take great
pleasure in stating it cured me permanently measure of tho kinks rhIMrrn" would Aladlu"I aounty I is W. J,4<*> acres In
of kidney disease which certainly not go far In relieving "all the" |*x>r and area, ha. 34* miles nlJlo.dii 901)
would have cost me my lift." needy<< children that could b*> found." I lnoorporAt.c11 miles wagon road I".s.
8id by J. W. McCollum A Co. l'J3 publio ehools, 27 phosphate
Juggling With Drnamite E. E. VOYLE. MGR. plants, V Abstracts of Title! and fall information furnished retarding lands I* this t1v. newspapers and pro-
Runaway Car Kill Man. Is no more dangerous than to neglect county Oar manager has lived In this thirty year antis dunes corn cation ,1"., sugar,
Nashville. Tenn., May.10-A heavily kidney disorder Folet'a. Kidney Cure thoroughly conversant count &111... oats, rye, potatoes, pineapple, or.
sages. |M loaded" gravel car on the street railway corrects Irregularities and has cured teausand
all hinds of vegetable.
l here this afternoon became unmana ei many severe eases after other treatment .

able and ran away down a steep hill hat failed. It build up the worn E. E. V a Y" LE.. Gaines Ile the Seat
colliding with several" vehicles. John out tissues and restores health and County ,.
bad FIRE ACCln.: T. IIDRULARY AND INDEMNITY INHUKAWCK.! Repre.
i tau Jut adjourned passed an vigor. "I was troubled" with kidneycomplaint
;
vehicles: was instantly killed and ft.1L seating a number of prominent American and English companlee. Has fourteen ehiirohee two "ubUo
writes
for about two years MEAL K8TATK AND CITY LOANH.Grfi1 Mhoale, the East Florida Hem' ]nary,
Campbell, the motorman of therunaway A. it. lUvi of bit Sterling, Iowa threw
;' car. ,,'alr. ,probably. fatallyfcurt. "but two bottlts of .'olp,'. KidneyCurs T\ oercrlTip: : t s .U'lorid.tz United private.ehttuIS Htalee ,land otII newspapers.., the tMWlwater ,
Hod! .
effected a "rmllnpn&eur. ---- -- - -
; Bud Morganwho in fire
alarm
was one *,.lnD. eltetrta
t. of the wagons, **s badly! hurt. by J.V.. McCollum.. A Co.The . E.t.ab11.nec1 1fJ7UEFDUTTO and *a* light, two lee factories

. -...-,--....,\6- V.r4l.>.. -. ..... machine shops, three wimU facto.rig. .
., cotton tin, two moos faetorlee/ ,
r. A Positive Necessity Records of the ancient city of Gee three rallro..ts.Iwo" fertiliser man

.. Having to lay upon my bed for 14 gvatta. founded 'In l&io better known &; OO ufarturlnsl' companies, one fiber
t'"\ days from a severely braised leg 1 at the present time a* York Harbor manufactory, one rectifying turp -
f only found relief when I used a bottle Ue. contain many quaint and unastial .1!" *>ntln. plant, two t.nh. and well \
stories of the t..rly life! of the town. locked storec embracing every
" of Pa Hard's snow Liniment I can thing In the commercial line.
At the entrance to York harbor a :B A :JSTJ< s.
,. recommend It as the bet '
cheerfully told promontory kiwiwu a* Huge o< medicine for bruises ever sent to the :
aou>e dbHatx-M lnt< the sea. :

.. from whlcb formerly" In stormy wv.ther f)OJ.....,. ...a....ba.ls..a. .bar aw wn It....... ;
DoYt'ru'ilht. Tewa a temporary light' In th. form of a TM __al.of basIL kaa.-'iDM.t....r.. _r.4 j,
merchant,
Byrnes _.,, _. ,.. .. .l.s.ws.T
W )1 lantern hoisted upon au uurt.il*t pole r 0. ' w.- as t.t .AI.'o .IU eowu1:
. *. tee #>s aDd U. Sold by _......... ,.,'a1.Ia1.. Val'" a+et... LOOiIEftiMDD.
', Johnson. GsinetTillr, Fla., ands J.,. C. was displayed' as a warning to watt.hers. -

Bi.hop, Alachua. Fla. .

-- --------.--. --.-----.-- - -- On. dark winter night. a sloop was ; G.1e.IN': :mB'"V'XT.lLm.J: FLORI') AI U. U.
wrecked on tbe rock A sarvlvor on
I ,
about the .
being question eatsatrovb. --
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sad: .. .
! 'Th. vw. ..etrwrk.. turned over on -
her side aDd the skipper' and another I
barrel of whisky roMwl orrt> ard- JOB PRINTING
Fastest Time---finest Service
:. The local rorooer was evmni4>o
ft5u1wnoflF1ZBecause ; and this somewhat startling verdict ,
was rrtaraoilWe :
-TaDlrmlngluun. ---
'
they are the best find that the dtot"H-S f HJ frotn SeX1.d. Your ardor to
,
the m..ut.t.Iad at$ was killed. He
in the land for. the money I railed overboard aixl wa drvwned. He : Memphis,
I.
the"Sunny Gated, a bor. and fro* to d_ta. and I Ntitthville, Louisville: \-i
for
dealer
rf. \' Ask jon Jim" Shoe and in. Wsekl the rate). eat him op ailvtr .Iharp t'. THE SUN JOB OFFICE. i I Cincinnati, St. Louta, .. j[

it. ._. .._. .. .. ,_ ._. h, Chicago .fl
k gist on getting Wa""WtC. d
and ill jpoiate .Vortli and Weal In Jr;<: ,
-- ----- TOG cannot have good health tu..... B. F. J 0 R DAN Through Pullman Hleetwrs, withelleil .A"-I" ,J"
ROOHS APED BOARD year kidney are. sound for the tWO.,. FIHE. LIFE AND Dinlac Car HertUie., r))11.,
filter the blood of tmp ritl*>e '.kl.hotbenrtM OFFICIAL HOOTE to Xstuts'Ci4. ,. i'"'
ACCIDENT IN C "..... V ,
to the Hotjibero Kaplisf < ) :;!"
'
For Colored People act a. ,"I.lIec pe>U frs sal : b.* ,..14 May KM?!*.. ,On. tort',

I break down to* dellea.organ of tfce THE OLDEST INSURANCE I ,. plo ao orate for .hM root ...| . =,,;' '{'.
a' KITTIE M'CRAY"I bodaa4 eaas* ..rioo.< iroobScr If 700bav AND BEST COM wen oa these tieLouiesad fcHiJiiil ; ii'
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kldoey bladder troaMe and do I 3hsFar.1Hrplog !': t""t" ,!< ,;: l I '

1100 W *. .Iberty Slrttt.neMHBMBI M. r*e 'w.*y Can yoo will PANIZS < 'j than
footer, rate
K >tom. Sot re-
U. truly, jroorself >
b C1US. Astir eoJ"" ;as K pcel4tvelr .*>** aU forms 01 or., MAfIr ,
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t t aa.aalab3.* tmodstiuae. ,dart d..issbIM nears aloe k 'K' ao4. *r 4J<. tf., gold bf f', .. t $.ittatt GAINESVILLE ::: .. t' ; t'D

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o o THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. I FLORIDA MAY 11. 190;.

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J.J. Hayman of Locnlooia was a visItor .: LeaveAn A H. Emerson, prominent, citizen among WILSON'SI

NEWS' OF CITY AND I I to t.hecitJ yesterday, Some Men and those planter who favored of Tacoma.the county was capital :,

COUNTYCONDENSED I Dr. Ltrtigue made n professional Estate for the WidowTo with a visit yesterday. I I
visit to Windsor yerday. this
in
week
a .
AUer having pent with
Yes here we are again more
Z. T. Taylor and family have re for
moved from West M*,ouic street to invest and lose, or as a temptation city conducting a mission meeting the j: Bargains far jou. So matter what yoi
Matter of General Interest Oath- 803 East Union street to speculators. How much the conversion of Protestants to want In the Dry Goods line, we hate rr,

ered by Our Reporters. You like beer? Drink Cincinnati better to leave her Catholic yesterday faith Ht'1'for.hi.T.* home Bre nahandeparted in St I, at a less price than you can find It el..e-

absolutely aun-Inlozr:atng.( Games. I
I Year Income The
n villa Bottling Works. 3t. $500 or $1,000 a Augustine via Jacksonville
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS ? meetings held here at St. Patrick's where.SPECIALS
Years
N. A. Callison. manager of Spring for Life, or for 20 or30; well attended!
Catholic Church were :
4 Park Farm & .
i&ennirujton was transacting I
What Has What is manifested -
Happened doing and deal of interest was i
a great:
business in this city yesterday.F. We will send yon some interesting .
Father Bresnahan dozen Ladies'2OcVeet.onl, 12-c.
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs information showing how small an in the same. 20
H. Clyatt of Clyatt Station, merchant rit Ladies' All-Linen Hem-
services and
I So That "He Who Runt Mar Read"It annual outlay will yield a permanent explained the various 15 dozen
railroad and express agent and yearly income for anyone for ual of the Catholic church in such an med-Stitched Kerchiefs, each 10c

In The Sun.Ladles'calling.cards. .' 1'I 1 an.all-round good citizen was trading whom you are to provide. that it was an easy 10 pieces Curtain Swiss regular
manner
in the impressive 15e values at per yard . . . lOc
city yesterday.
: in latest stylesat i of studying, and his efforts .
HIGDOM manner
W. L. HILL & W. B. '
7c Gingham for yard . be
Bon office. i When a bilious attack is decidedly were rewarded by the addlticn of several 20 pieces ,

w Nice line of fresh vegetable at MeKlnstry'a unpleasant" it is quickly over when Special Agents The' MUTUAL members to this church. The
ci store.Slmonson's Ch.mberlain'.8tumach aud Liver Tablets : Life Insurance Cu. of New York, .
are used, For sale by all druggists. beautiful mass service was held" Sunday
Wonderful Salve for sale UAISESYILLE, : : : FLORIDAB.
explainedin
and thoroughly
I morning 2.4
L. J. Peacock lumber manufacturer
bj J. W. McCollum &Co. a and those who attended .
y point
every
? of Steenhatchie, LaFayette county -
For Rent-!- mc!..* over ChIU,'. R. Benson, foreman of the painting were largely enlightened in this die
was in the city on bus!
. tore. Inquire R. H. Porter. yesterday .
: department of Sternberger & Phillips rection. Remember we have only this lot of 24
connected with the United titate
ness
For Bale-1.000 Irish potato barrel.. hat returned from a business tripto Fine $1.25 White Spreads, Q O o
land otflce. The "scheme" of registering your . . . . 57 O U
J. N. Bone, Gainesville, Fla. d2w4tw Tampa and Ocala. Mr. Benson is an I APhillips to.ellat. each.g.
)';' ,Deputy Sheriff Granger returnee The Hospital Aid Association is requested artistic workman and said to be oDe of cam at the tore of Sternberger
with each 31
to meet at the home of Mrs which entl.tlesyou . s .
s yesterday from an official rip to Mica the finest scenic artists in the South
I). East register to a chance of having your
N. 1'hillip, 301 Main street, at
,aopy.t' . this Captain J. N. Strobhar expects to house painted free of charge, has
4 SO o'clock afternoon. There will
O. F. MoEachern of Jacksonville was b.. business of Importance and a foil make his departure today for Worthington I proved quite popular. One hundredand Wilson'sunttiuiiM Busy 1

registered At the',Brown House yes attendance Is requested and desired. Springs, where he will recuperate two names were entered upon the

terday. for a few days. Captain Strobe register Tuesday, which is the largest
m$ O. W. Chase of the Dutton Phosphate W..M. Tolbert has removed from the har is a personal friend of the Wells', day since the system was introduced Store
Titus House, ICC East Masonic street ;
lift ,
who and couduct the hotel
9 Company in Jacksonville on own at There. were several days in which a
to the house recently) purchased by Mr
business. that point and naturally his visit will hundred were registered but the peo
Tolber on East Arlington street. It
;I Major W R. Thomas and son Clarence is one of the most comfortable-- aDd prove doubly enjoyable. pIe are now manifesting a stronger

left yesterday for a brief trip to mo.t Among the prominent visitors to this! interest. Any person is entitled to
convenientlyarranged cottagesIn I
Jacksonville.Vegetables. e the city. city are A. G. Stewart and Lucius Harvey register once each day during the' N

of the best. always fresh, Americas. Ga. These gentlemen time the books are open. Monday will .
Col. and Mrs. II. F. Dutton
delivered promptly. MeKinstry's expect are manufacturers of lumber and are be the last day however as on Tuesday ((0.
ti cery. Phone 188. to make their departure for the ..um.mer prospecting through this section. Theyare morning at 10 o'clock the drawingwill ;

t7. R. W. and II. Z. Stewart of Lake today. Col. Dutton expects to well pleased with Oainesville.which be held and the person who occupies

Butler were registered at the Brown spend the greater part of his time in they declare to be one of the prettiest, the line of the corresponding
Europe while his estimable wife will PULL LINE OF
cleanest little cities have
House yesterday they ever number drawn will have absolutely
enjoy the association of friends at her
The 0. O. C. ball team will play two visited: free of charge their home or any other
old home, Town.hend, Conn Friends NEW GOODS.
games with the Starke team In that Tax: Collector T. H. Ellis has r..turn.. house they may designate painted
wish them a pleasant and boneflcia .
city May 16th and 10th. vacation ed. from Cedar ay, where he hai been without cost. --
tor...
----- - Agents
Wanted A first-class Colored female for the past few days on a visit to
!Ir. and Mrs. Marion Phifer., wholave Brown House Zoo.
cook for small family. J. R. friends.. Mr. Ellis states that Cedar Monuments, Tombstonesand
Fowler, Lennon Fla. Ot been residing at High Springs, Key has been lively from a commercial Manager Joe Ettel of the Brown Iron Fences. '

have removed to this city and are standpoint for the few months House continues to manifest interestin
Famous for purity, strength and de. past ,
Helens natural fruit n&Yor-lUue Ribbon pleasantly located at the home of Mrs. the fish and oyster seasons having been his zoological garden. He is alwayson See Our ,Samplesl'tMonal
Perry, 403 East; Orange .street where the lookout for
Lemon and Vanilla Extracts. good He enjoyed himself' on excursions some new attractionand
they expect to make their home. Mr. seldom fail attention to all matters la
'' to the various resorts about town, to take advantage of
If yon want a fine Invigorating: this line. Mail and telt'grapb'ordf'r1
.f drink, try Cincinnati. All dealers i'hifer has accepted a position with and declares he was never more bene an opportunity to install new freaks,
have It. Gainesville Mottling Works.Irv Phifer Rros., New York Placket He is filed, considering the length of his visit etc. promptly attended to.

to send awav for regarded as a flue salesman and will in his life, having gained severalpounds. The latest addition to the Brown

s Use your wairts, See If no doubt make a success here. House zoo are a half dozen qualaman- Gainesville, Florida

,' you can't do even better at Ralrd's J.. 11. Love and. Mrs M. It. Pace, da., a species of wild duck which is -
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V hardware store. general manager and superintendent very rare in this. country. Through the

Ft 8. Ooteeti the naval stores op.r.ator of instruction or the internatlunad ionervatory efforts of Mr. Kltel these birds were

; of Mlcanopy, was In the city for a of Music, are in the city in NEW YORKRACKET. secured by a hunter in liulf Hammock, THE CONTINENTAL
l
few hours yesterday. He was en route the Interest of their work. This asoiation and inasmuch as the species it almost CAFE-RESTAURANT.

to Jacksonville on business.A. I is one of the strongest In the extinct will prove all the more val

K.: Summers of High Springs, United States, and has several thousand uable. They were secured at great

member of HIM firm of the Hammers pupils, whom they teach by l11all.T&aey expense to the hotel and it is needlessto

'Furniture Company, was transacting are stopping at the Brown House, add that they will be> appreciated by

"; business tn this city yesterday. and expect to be here for several days. the hundreds of admirers of the mu

y Mrs. Wm, McCormick departed yesterday )1,..W. A. Norton, an estimable lady scum and aquarium.A .

for Columbia H. O., where she of Mlcanopy, was in the city for a few

expects to remain as the guest of ; hours yesterday. She was en route Great Town.A .

friends and relatives for the next few 1 home from Waldo where she has beento CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH gentleman: from Pennsylvania, who

weeks. attend the commencement exercises spent last winter in this city, iu writing.

Dan Johnson, who has been held In of the Waldo High: School This sehool, to his home paper say :

,Jail here for some time charged with under the direction of Prof. J. H. Cof- "This is surely a great town-no saoone -

being accessory to the murder of John Ice, has enjoyed a most profitable term, For the next week we -have not seen a drunken man

i 1J k Fowler at Windsor, was released on laving accomplished some fine work. will give with each pair of since coming here ; never hear anyonewear r.!
4 for, Coffee and his able assistants ; no disturbance (Flout
'I bail yesterday. among the col. corner'South of Postoffloe).

t Among the visitors. to this e'.I yes made themselves very popular among King Quality or other $3.50 ored people; no police. It is quieter 0.... f.lll; XliUlthU' Drip Off**.

4: terday was Howe Rives. a progressive the patrons and students of the school owcut Shoes a pair of nice everyday ID the week than our town W.'I.r. ..tI.

j young eltlien of Alachua. Mr. Rives On Monday, the 8th. the Atlantic Socks. We are very desir on Sunday, except in the way of busi -- - ,

k states that rain Is badly needed In hi.I"&loe Coast Line put Into effect a special : ness. Everybody goes to church on '
but crops are looking well and schedule for the movement of all :ous of having the wearers Sunday. Fourteen churches in a town EE

give promise of a floe yield freight of a perishable nature, both 'of flrst-class:; Shoes try the of have 6.000; pretty Rood! Finest town I S M I T ftMOUNTS ,;
ever semi in "
;4 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Orsham expect under refrigeration and ventilation, King Quality which for There many ways ,
are hundreds
of
coexisting of the best equipment. others who
very 1
to make thslrdeparture today for their have the same to of
These trains scheduled leavelalnesvllle style, workmanshipdura say Gainesville regarding .
are to -
annual law
outing at Worthingiontipriog and orler.tIy All the old standards and
*, where they will remain for at 3il5 p. rD, and 0 1', m. bility and comfort cannotbe - .
about a week Friends wish them a dally, making. the fast all-rait conneo excelled in this ------ - -- the choicest of the- new ones

pleasant sojourn, as will no doubt be Ion for both the East: and the West. country.: as issued.Ask .
Careful attention as to the handling Remember that all this
the care, : to see them as they canno( be
and prompt dispatch of this movementwill displayed to advantage in a ease.
from week will be entitledto
Htrayed, my place, one black you
be given by this and this
agency
mar mule' ten ore years old ;
one dark bay horse, about seven years system most earnestly I .0 Ii O.i.i.I.. tb.- patronage a nice pair of Socks. SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. S., '
old. Both aniiatlt. fat Information! of all shippers. Very i. respect- .
will lie a"pN'i3I'IPd.dJr.... J J. fully, J. Y. STMOHIIIM, Agent, t-s --- School Children and Babies.

llayntan l.ochl..a. or t'rtwford Al _. ._.__ ___h _ __ _. .. . _____ l -- w
'avU.' lialnesvllle, lu.1tw.I .

Mrs. A. I'ound art "'"oro.*. (ia and READ THIS. Matting Matting."We E Fine Fadeless Fotogran
I From Locket to Life st..
Mrs. llrown of Raster, lia after a
Springfield, Tenn., Jun. 11, 1901.
pl.asaut visit to relative, Trof. and 1 have been troubled with kidney I SMITH'S STUDIO..:
Mrs Jere M. IHtund this city, have r have just received a
And bladder troubles for a number of

turned to their respective home, They ,ear. unj. severely 1 a'. and baring h'" j large shipment. of Matting,
were well pleased with the city and
f
Beet the advertisement of Hr. K W.
made many friends during, their brief yfiaU'.Oreat Discovery. A Texas Woner. .,l i and have some good: pat-

sojourn here. I! concluded to give it a trial from | terns. If you. should need

,. "' It M. ChauiWrlain of Tacoma, one 1 which 1 found great relief anj would ; flatting( it will '
; any 1)011
of the leading and suceesefultruek.rl j recommend it Iu those similarly af.
of that section! was trading in the city >!Muted U. 11. Kruc to look at our line eforv l

y ,. yesterday .Ir. Chamberlain stales | buying. I

that the bean sod cabbage movement 1, A TEXAS W NDER. !.
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,v Is about over but the cucumber shipment I c
One" wall bottle of the Tei&s Wonder w
McCull Patterns and 7
t was keeping" the planter buy I Magazines
Hall's Ureat Dieeorery. urr. all '6"r
I
just now. Rain U badly needed< in the have just .
aUiaey and bladder troubles, removes arrived.T ese I.d.:
vicinity of Taroma. _
.raul. cores diabetes, semiaal emi- 1 1 : ; the fe.t sod
.\ marriage, license was issued year sious, weak and lam backs. rheumatism Hammocks Ice CreamFreezers a+'tn .a r ,ear now on the I rtrket must e
terday to U Joha iioodaow of West.moreland and all irregularities of the kidneys I site. to X ho,...* poser Writ fo,
and bladder to both j Nets I ..troa swat aT ,
N H.. and Miss Virginia' R. men ael Dixie and all pros
women reculalr t bladder tr\Mble inchildren. M. &.
*
Andrews of this oi,,. Miss Andrews Is If not sold by your druph.t,,t seasonable goods at lowest I GEO. W. MOVERS, I. 'W. WAITS, =a

the daughter of Col. and Mr' J. O. Andrew will be sent by mall oa *.hips of II.Oo .i pric : Ial.r! Ilk. su......esd..w.st j..,.,. WW14 1
*, aDd Is well known and popu. small bottle is 'Wt'l AioathV treat. UsrwA .r aN ... ; .. ..., t..4yrs4e:
and seldom taU/ to ..._ __
meat perfect a bec7ct.1. 101 tae as...
tar here. The prospective groom is a eare. Pro Ernest W. llllol* BMMfaeturer. ... erne I.ttle-u(Dr.TtwrhKe' ..u,.1U4; L .. ..n..4J'd.M e
prominent 01L1... of hi. New !:glaad j jtome. p. O box qC:\*&. Lrols. M*. PHIFER BROS. Bind Syrup The Boa, rita other triads.j Ke.d for trstU ouULs.. SoW by all 06* f pcr who wtU writ* rat '-N. Me aJ -. tawta'r ,.....

,.< ', s'"a-d. eoejratGtn. lasts t4y ed 'dNakM. 'k1f.rp"Career GaJtaawtU, }*,')')a. I tba.TbMttsaf.
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