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 16, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID00597
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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Croker's;; : r>o ejninta in t'li--, cu;> SENDS "COUNT" TO HOSPITAL.
USSIAN ADMIRAL Thursday; aftl"rr.OH0:1 hi- tt'lura; ; STRIKE IN CHIG'AGOREMAINS I ACTRESS HASTENS ,

from the Elm IMJvjf:; racy couiae itwent <' German Nobleman Endeavors to See

to the Coates rousf: and talk Mrs. Vanderbilt.
KILLED BY SOLDIER I UNCHANGED TO FORMER HOME
I with the bartender giving his naiuan1 < New York May 15.-A man wb.

saying! ho was on the \\8) to Oklahonia aid be was Adolph Hadel. a count .)1 tw 4

I Tae bartender say Crllt'rWM this German empire, w'a" taken tiDeltevue

Orderly Who Had Been Dismis.. not intoxicated: and drank;; uotl. Dtrelopments Expected Soon hospital last night after hnv Florodora Girl Greeted With

Ing there. In tu! lvirn>i>m he IIIt.t ing Attempted! to enter the roaltleno'
sed Shoots His Chief. For Better Or Wor Cheers She Car.
>e. As Leaves
(.harl"4! '\'oI\Jn. the negro tH)rt*r'ootslIn of ("rnellus Vanderbilt for the put ,

'\ save he wont out to "ha\e rlfitth pone of railing on Mrs. Vaiiderutlt ----.-

[OTHER NEWS REGARDING WAILCaptain fun" \ \iMtius a Chinese opiu: :m 8,000 MORE DRIVERS MAY STRIKE with homo he declared, he- was wet l SHE WILL TAKE A LONG REST '

joint and two salcxm' In one of which -- I a"ll1ullltt'lt, and who had been hit ------

[ : of Vessel Refuses to Load a Croker took a drink Croker had tt Team Owners' Association Sends Ultimatum gui-sl at hid castle on tho fthlne.t Nan Patterson, Her Father and Morgan .
JO bill and explained that he never he "count" had a tine gold watch yl
Cargo at San Franclsco-Se"enteen to Teamsters' Onion; that I Smith and Wife Arrive In Washington -
carricV much money but used a check fl'Ul1hi1\ hung M Urge: !geld and! all
Warship Sighted Near Hong Kong book. \\'uod'on! say that he an They Must Deliver Goods to Boycotted i vet tieefoll mi the loa\i>k of which This Morning-Pathetla ,

,British Ship Hits Mint and Sinks Croker role to the railroad station 1 1a In Firms. were -crlptlonii of t>re entatlon by Meeting of Mother and Daughter.Vahtn ,
hack:: that Cioker went into th, the emperor of Germany, King LJHVpold .
St. Petersburg May 10-Vice AdmJr chair cir: because he could not get!: :\ Cb Icago.j,1\ 15.-Peter Oojle, ot and Kinpvror Franz Josef foi"service \ .ton. May 15.-Nan 1'alter- r,

al Nazitoff was shut and killed by an I Pullman beith: thai he gave Cl'oi.'rall the Chicago Team Owners -."uclluluu. to the"country." I eon, accompanied by her father and"

ordrely; In hi* room today. The orderly the money left after paying th' denied hal the ussociatlou.' l I">.ntu>ute Around his nerk. he ha
| fired three sbots from a revolver h3'knlan-$17 or $18.Vootlsun 1,' uculrul tu the ttutUklers* 'Mitii-. ti4JUotluuely ben from which "us|p.'nd.*d a silver Washington from New; York at 7ft

I at the admiral. The crime is attributed held! at the police station but there 1 hi determined to .union lie| filigree ornament wh.ch he suit) bud! this morning and\ prucvfUeU. to the

to, the anger of the murderer at no chare against; him. conciliator policy.|| The pi t-"tiunuon been given him by King 1..lwlrll11.. Patterson( IUIIou Columbia heights

his dismissal from his duties as orderly --. of the AocUtlon will go l.-'loif (tieteamsters' Ito said ht had jtmt ai rived! In New:.; I" modesttury: collage, wheat theyarrltrd f

and being ordered to proceed to ibis joint council toii'ulti.' \ unit York from California. I In time fur hreaktant.
ALABAMA I. O. O. F. ADJOURNS.
(ron t. the meantime will determiin whether A t'111.11f| curious person awaited! (
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to demand that the dellvtti: bo ade the mrl\iil of the tialit at the IVnnaylvaiiltt .
Captains Refuse to Load Cargo Officers for the Ensuing Year Were SEVEN MINERS BLOWN TO ATOMS
by union drivers to bojcotti concent. . .t'klt.! After some mlnllt..... ,
San Francisco May 15.;) -The Chrou Named at Close of Sesaien. ---
It reported last night that the the lu which\ were tbe Patterson
was sleeper.
Icle today says: There Is over a million Anniston Ala. May 15..-The grand; Forty Sticks of Dynamite Enplcde
members of four association who withdrawn to place (a$
puny, was a j
With Fearful Results.
dollars' worth of munitions of war.explosive I lodge of Independent Order of Odd
I have preserved a neutral attitude thus 15. Seven : cm a sMiittf The car was soon surrounded {a
shells unloaded, lying on Fellns of Alabama ad>yurn.d for butte, Mont. May uteri
the wharf on the Oakland side of the the yen 1905 to meet the second Tuesday far, have taken a positive Maud sod were killed and several! were InJllr..d.one ,. by a much laravr. crown

't>ay. The shells are consigned to in May in Birmingham.. Th. meetIng either a settlement of the piexttitstrike fatally. In the Cora mine, one ot which an the delay ..,nllntt".J."h' "

the Japanese, but were made in Germany here drew together about 70<, of a spread to far nn-atpr proportions the Heinz (properties. The cause ol m sue It was autioiiucwit thai

hence there is a suspicion that past grands; from all over the state Is expected by the early part the explosion U not known MliM" I'mtttu-rson had. not completed her
of next week. 40 toilet It was JII'II o'clock. when
there ultimate destination may be and much business was attended to. Net \Vampa was carrying sticksof
Vladivostok. The work of Joadlnic The new officers were I Installed ."..1. The team owners held a conferenceat dynamite up a ladder to join companions < Ml*. I'athr-.ott made her appearance
day afternoon as follows: the Hrlggs home after w hick 1'ren- ort the lt"> rool level when front the stateroom\ she had occupied
these shells began on two steamers
when the ma.. Grand master I>r. W. C. \Vheeler. Ident Khea was sent for and luk..1 l ti the dynamite exploited with terrific with her staler during the night A
but today
ters was of stopped the vessels) ascertained thecharacter of Huntsvllle; grand warden .:. I Km, he would jxTinlt his union teanmtiT force It I III believed that Wain pa accidentally carriage was In waiting sad. the police _' .
well of Birmingham; deputy! grandmaster to deliver\ goods for the tcmn ownersto touched his candle to the .", pressed this crowd back while all the <
of of their consignment
cars sealed and 1 in bond from He\. \.... M. Kawforu, of Mont boycott bonnes. Upon the refusal otShfa plosive. "amp" wsa blown to hits, party entered the vehicle A. the door **
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wharf gomery. was not Installed having t ten it was announced thai a commit fragments of his body being found of the carriage slsuunil. th crowd,
New York have arrived at lung
Tbe callt-d! away from the meeting.; Grand tee of learn owners would no betor i several hundred feet away. which had bent l silent, voiced Its approval 'tt
within the last week or so. )
with ironbound Secretary H. C. Weaver, of IlnnUvlllc. the Joint ctiuncil, which' U loaded
were strong and Grand Treasurer J, C. Howie, of more (conservative orKanlratUm that blown to piece, the remains when In a costume of blue with hal iM
wooden cases, shipped (runt Hamburg the strike cotntailteM'Membrra sacks. Four to match and looked well and refreshed" + l
marked "1.. M( I I'*. HII. Talla to Kobe. Japan 1I."t'r'h..ph'r announced the .(IJlnt- of the Chicago Team Own other. ]1'*> feet distant were instantly I by the good sleep she said. she had d

." and Invoiced as "mannta<'lurPIl fit mint of Grand Marshal I (J. A. Thorns. .rle' association wire in the confer klilf .. though. their bodies were sot enjoyed| As .h.t reached the ear dour .
notified of the charactcr a
metal. When' or Mobile; Grand: Conductor, O. U. -nce The association* represented 1 uiutlUted. list father who was with her, saM ti
of the boxes hf was loud Inn. the Randolph of Anniston; grand toiurdIan. employ sppnixlmatety: 1i..IUI 0 nun li -- a number of newspaper" men on lie '

captain of the tyitlHh! steamer Heath! .. J. I). McC'Junky. of Decatur; has been represented to the t -uin owners Increase Height by Machine platform( : ,

dene sought! the advice of the UritiMiconsul. grand herald J. M 1. Turker. of \\"hl. that they. mutt make detlerltIn A IUI.I 11011... Md.. May 15,-Luther "This l I. Nan I'a".,."","

tier and grand chaplain K -v. J. MLtanneiley order to live up to contract The Welch, a caiulldul' for the naval academy "I can only say that I am glad to

Seventeen Ships Sighted. of Troy. commlttcc which troiifjuitted" tlietirtwn from Kansas f'lly and not yet 10 sew >o'i." tuimedlalely. responded Ml.. ,

Hong Kong. May 15.; -Seventeen -------- to likes and other labor leader wascomposed years oil arrived lucre, \\'hf01hI' recwlved I'attrriMin and that I am so glad togt ?

warships were sighted( during the evening MISSfONARY SOCIETY'S OFFICERS of T. J. Olson lwanl his appointment early In the home"

of May 10, off the Klnl1;'. Hock ---- Hint. Secretary: T J. Cavanaiiith: ,, of winter he wan two Inches tinder site, Wbvit the carriage cunvejrtng the

wear the entrance of Vanfong; bay. Woman's Society of Southern" Baptist the Team Owner*' orgnul/atlon: 1111,1 I but has managed to stretch himself in party reached", HID corner wf the street ,

Transports were seen In Kuahepa* Convention In Setsion.Kana Peter T)>iyle." who t< .liv. declared the the rerjulrcil tiHght through the tia adjacent to the IbIterarea resilience,

Hon Halkohe bay). 75 mile north of City May l5.Theoman'amissionary this' siMJClatlon had lit finitely determined of a specially( devl 111".1 niachlne. He the Impatient girl would not restrain

Xamrnah bay the same day. society of the Soath hap to abandon cone,:Iatlon.! \Vhvn l tiroujtit the apparatus with Mm for lir..lf, Hbe sprang from the teb.lele r rand

list Sot-.ety ban sleeted! the following the action of the owners was lUlI.I"l fear hv might settle down agalu with ran down the block, stopping to -

British Steamer Strikes Mine. onicors: MrH.I J. A. Barker. Clifton) known to Sbea. be Is aid to have out. hug and kiu her relatives as altecame a

f'uret'a.? president Mrs. I>. M. Malone. responded. to them on their way to mttet
15.-Th* British sU-am-
Toklo. Way fX
Alabama; Mrs K. I... Ixmgley.Arkansas. : "We'll win. If they want to fight Consigns His Ashes te tne .... bar. Hit* tietitatfid only long enough ;.
er Sobralen. bound from New Chwangto ; )Irl!. C. F. Wlnblgter. per : let '..m come on. We, ran still eel\, Cambridge. .1..... May' IG.-"Tb. 'Intent lo give a brief greeting t to oath In
Kobe struck mIn.off Port Ar-
a trlct of Columbia; Mrs W. S. Ship out every member of our union In the of this Is that my wife shall not her hurry tit reach borne and mother, t,
bur and sank ImmedlaU'lyttoat
yesterday from Port Arthur rescued all) ley. Florid; Mrs. J. I). FUnterlln I city and paralyze the transfer business feel' sad thinking of a lonely grace, Mhe. dl sppsr. .-.| through lb. door afl

Grorgla; Mrs. T. C. Carlton, Indian of Chicago. I do not nay this will .. she will not know where It it." ter running up time steps, with out p
bwlievd
the Europeans aboard but It Is -
Territory; Miss i:. 8. Ilnmdulf Kentucky be done, but we will du It rather than Tht*... words ('unrl..t.0111..11 |10 the stretched arms and the word "mother"
-* that several of the'' crew and pawl
also'' ; Mrs X. Amm"-D. 1"u'\1l1lan.' / ; give op." will of \Vlllwm II. 1 ..y.I.cof Ma- e&l her llp..
drowned. It In
ngers were Inside Mrs. James Tyler. Maryland: ; Mrs. \V. !Humor of a strike of the employes pe! ..fMM|, flied" st the registry of pro Mrs. I'sitwrson who was proerat
believed that the steamer wa +'
A. McC<>fnt>. Miss Sims Ittirnhsro 1(1s- of the Union Traction company were bate. Th. will directs that his body by the news of her daughter's freedom f

the tone that ships bare been warned sour!; Miss .'. .:. 8. heck North Car ; revived today. The agreement l>.. shaft tM'I cremated and tbe sshee b. yesterday, stood supported tiy the arm 1.

to avoid. _____ ''olina.; Miss Mary Jan, Oklahoma; I twe tn the employes and the company "1"1t. ov.a-hM>and at attch coavrnleat of br husband on lb. front .er.o.1&

Bound for American Port. Mr*. JUS! Chckman.. South Can expires during the !last part of this time and place as seen fit." sad with tears of ..'1'1.... glistening

San Krancltco. May 15: ,-A third (Una.; Mrs( A. J. Ken Iii -el,.r. Trn- month. Ovneral la"a..r itoacb, of III l her .,.. anti a quiver o( entotkro F

ciao cruiser of the Japanese! navy ta nw>e*, Mrs ,,'. J. Tn .- t. Texas; the tract loo company denied that Drilling Fifth Oil Well.HunUvlli la ber vote said

Teported to be on the way to Ibis port Mrs. J_ (*.k. Virginia, vice pr-.l- : there warn DO dlssgrteioeot of any *. Ala. May U/ The New ")11 daughter la with me now AHny

to UDder,.* repair and a p.neral over dents. ; Miss Annie W Armstrong, of : kind between" the to tide*. |>ea|,!1- York Alabama Oil aumpany bas begun; children are bowe. 1 am r. hop o

hauling. The name of the vessel If Miss M. }L Wright of Georgia and,I this denial tbe rumor was widely" circulated arilllng a flub well .t Hail. Ur.*.. py-

rot known but from all accounts the Baltimore. ..*>rT..'"i>ondliig secretary.Mrs. ; and was given credence Is The company Is following the. ln t/tu-) Yea said that bough many flatter

warship lately left the Asiatic! coax. A G. John.nn farylsa, rerord.Ing .',I bar circles. lions" of govemsueat aeolc"k'el e.pert. ,. 'Inc offer* of engagement bad memo 14 A *-

under orders to come to this port tot SH'rl'tartH; Miss 3U Vrickr, of L'aUm offlrtsU 1Ip.ct s big demon.strstlon . la locating Its well\ and bas nut be*, none bad .ben. considered and

>e 'repaired, and It Ls likely she will) Maryland, t.AI..r.Whitecapper of sympathy *' the funeral Tailed to na> time ,;

upon arrival, te"
... 'tb. Russian 'rulH-1' ....Da. uatJJ the Arralgxetf In C.urt.Jaeksoo. i who was shot and kl.rj;: by Deputy vf the company baa rel<
.4 of the war on the Asiatic coast Miss.. May U,-The rraakKB 8briff r. T. Waldsoo. Arrsugentents by T W Pratt lake jp the qu tion of lb. future. 0t

,. Japanese ..."u ier J. dally expected county whitecap cases wet* rsited for tbe funeral Lava been mad hr -- -- Mid bet fat ber.Private } ,

9 arrive. It''U pr.-.!iro I th.t she!' for' trial in the federal court too Ibe department. su re *tn>s drivers' Fall River ttrtkee '&l. I

.. hewn coutlnx m the Pacific" sad Prmnktln eonnty cltli.Bs beta a pre*. alon. ..."t. .. areto fee held al Tail JU..,. Mate. May 11,-Ta. fM- Banker A.alpns.

tvtng become short of fuel war or ..to Tt. eases acaJcst A M. Newmaa. P14'I'C"t''s bona .Ja.,. an address U to rot tallls, where" a afrlae agalcet aarp New York May U-.ta aaalgaartisl

erect to put In her. both for advleer ....iMor. : J. N, IlaJford. tr a.iKf.; J... be made by President Mhea of UM Interaatloaai ... shop uHiUtm<< sad.lung. bobbles waeclar4 na4. latai yesterday by A. C. Wllcoa, ,

lad go receive an overbau: ag In taU K'nitebead sad sl; others ..re called Teamsters uatoe.G.odw4e | s.*en weeks &n. are tutmsstsg s private banker at taUt bead of A.
be" e..sry lest D o r.umn; were ftrd: ai2!.gtDCLkat In fu). Tbe strike is etAl on.wever V
putt sfeoftld ne C. Wlleox A ( >.. II) Uberty .tre.t. d.
the Indictments do sot char.e ape- I Is New c'etary. ...', so far as ta". ttsioa weavers ..,,"" .). fact tbal tb. txn*+rn half

CROKER'S SON DIES SUDDENLY. rifle offence*, and Jodg NlV took fJ41tllllnrp. )f4, May K -Jobn h, ,.,. c.n .rn..d. The (Oraalt Mills, atalcfe striae *f tea small baas U Ibis
aader .4vl. -inent United Blaie. (flood.. of Atlanta.be ...,
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---- ; n eifcator a striae Mer.".4 about tbe ...&.. la bfe. at......., o..0.. I. l*>t, $
lee Investigat.tig MysteHow D.%'-- Senator 14rl.a.rta U aa3OC4 the alioreys newly appr>!at..1 g a"4 -crIMar, ..a.I..., are also ruaals ......... Uf, Wllc < el....... re ottreea of fa/
Crt for the ".-fe_. Tre b.aIred of the sovereign grsa .4g. of 044
Kansas ,
.f Yeung Man Near ;Ually la tall 144. tiabilltlea of ilft.$OG. eapltai otprofita
r.allU.OtI.tT rtt'teaa ere ..< relJows. bas teen I."ar-t: at trKtCows .
Kansas Cia)':. uo,. May IS.--4U.fr- "1444x100" ..,pIN no.. u4 sa4v14N .
-V., Crok.', a oa of Richard Cro- rtb..err .ter I..tld..t <.a/c d .ita ''eUlDidac. Lilt ... luta atlas taking /oe St. Lat."s Me*.l $... (it WJttl.
I' ...raattat fcoobe.ir.4.f plaN la tb. of be grand oft
': > 'lewder< was Lag a g presence
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; < York V> It1.>*.U, May ISTb rectate-r tof
10.14 4>a4 oo a ..>.>'* joaad At.-a,,- a, rers. Jaane Yo< ag. .*: ''or r.pr.r*ulull. *. Uadetl iMotet w.. forssally clo.ed Child ON+.ws he a 1trb. x{
Patrick Henry's Grae> av.*" ter Instate of thread. Atr 1 .
actM fa p4r
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..."Ilspektti sad 8a"* F., railway a I Ip.9tWet1ll oday aa . It .u. ::. Y- Mar 1> Virginia Robert J!:. Wrigbt. of A.Viarown. pa '
: K..." C"Y' and Ne.to* iuoaoodatiaaa mars wO k. Nterd CO ar-Mr, atutrw, IU 1C M sasat ol
dsjrtiu ". Henry EM*st ey. ac+4 U years, a Tbe ... Iraq scrtary .as w *
>haa& ". dr.d ; wore swat TueWay ak.s taIM bedldLetsf1l
yetrd of Patrick Henry, who ... Xt *
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effects
4>a4tbt.ildntly\ ; from U tarn, das to at-se--v&. y b citr9 '
; Ie....* ,b.iag wUbottt ..... of t9.rt, as .* pptaee.ada 1M lai. Praaa Oraatwttj -, MeDasdata i iqv.
]a'.a *, sir** administer at ..riallSt..mt- n. Uad'; >a.M. 4s1?_ l *MUf.hU4.r'g/ $H4 it is'
ckatibhe.fastlt.tao. bore. rUe tItta 8af11tastrP d.t'
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I'' TiE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. MAY 16. ,



REPRESENTATIVESKEPT Bear1n Taking Ocooralaloxt; Today _.- - BOER TOBACCO. I SORES OFFENSr :

aI Your Cure Begin Today OLD
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ti.. if bet It Too DANGEROUSsfcht'of
For ,,'laU. H... II.C.I Nothing !'s more off \1sl'.e than an old so.re. ,

OPEN HOUSE After Transvaal tobacco, but a long that refuses: ; to ba! Patiently day after day It is treated and nursed 'ty

nmmnmm1 I way after, L'OmMJ Boer. The name is In er. ctl': that is beard of is tfled. but does no good. until tL "1'J

reality nowadays a niUuomer for this I it grows offensive to the sufferer and he becomes disgusted an, .,.

And Transacted Considerable Business tobacco la croWD largely lu Natal and bid. They are not only offensive, but dangerous, because the same a

at Saturday Session. .f*CM: MW.:* I
E Vitalised Afe4tclna.t Wood Properties the Orange Itmr Colony, la old by tbe the blood and as 1 long as it blood became poisooe. ,
Some ago mr ;
are Very years r
roil and be obtained for lout $8 a will be
lieolt yeaColor can remains the sore would have
In told I running ,
SCHOOL AND SPECIAL TAX BILL Brlngrtnr to the the Doctor me sot' f
r Cheeks of the Pal and Ballow. pound If a whole roll la purchased. It there and continue to grow life and that if they were closed up the .t

the In Feeble Produclor and Strength the Invalid.to the Weak to la also sold by the tack. worse and more destructive. would< be fatal. Under this discouraging r.. "" \

Woke Up the Houe-Fetter. Not to be Irt honing up tbe System of Convalee- White men buy the*e sacks, but they The fact that thousands of left off their treatment and resorted to the or

Attached to Whites and. Blacky; To. ante..J: .CJooan.-from Kxhiuntlntc the- Errtlre-Ilx System.<"a...... do not.atnoke the contents themselves: old sores have been cut out S. S. S. Its effects were prompt and grat. Cg. -
In Nourishing the \Vor>->ut. they nee It to reward the Ii{amr servants and even the bones scraped. It took only a shcrt while for the medicine o **.
&;ether-Bill Against Obtaining; Money IB Children. the Thin. Peaked ; for working overtime or doing any and returnee. is intirely cure up the sores, and I am not dead as, he
they
or Property, by False Prom!***. Face In Building of up on thHr 'LittleBodies other meritorious action. The tattle for disputable yet evidence that! the doctors intimated I would be, neither ha he
the tJeo.lrabi. Pink sortS ever broken out .gain. JoHN w. FTMUS: )
and White Flrih. and Transvaal
tobac Is
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a'' Tallahassee, May 13-In the House In Dotter their cb..fkn. with th. Pretty an acquired one. blood is diseased and rcspon- {{-heelingV.. Va., May aS, 1903.
' d. Color and Dimple. that make Mother* It also take a certain time before a aible for the sore or ulcer.
bill.
several were nt
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today new pre Heart. Olad.OZOKVXStOir man geta,niM>d to the scent. No white Valuable time is lost in experimenting with external tre tmen.ts. sur'h ai

't A motion to reconsider the vote on tc an Aatldot for all Di...sea Ca.*ed by man who'bas come from a distance ha* salves powders washes etc., because the germs and poisons m the nod

the geological survey was lost. S.p etBe to Cold and Wet. so far lived long enough tb acquire a must be removed before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cleanses and pun-

: Upon motion; of Mr.Tfllmanof Ala- To proTei.lt Medicinal Food :Merits a liking for either the taste or the smell fies the circulation so that it carries rich new blood to the parts and the

cbua House Bill No. 175 was withdrawn Trial Bottle Free by Mail but It baa its uses In the case of the sore or ulcer heals permanently. S. S. S. not 'n.v

e( :' and Senate Bill No. 10J by Mr. Mo Will postal be (Mint card on to requeat. Write by letteror native, and It la alllO useful If you ( removes the )germs and poisons but strengthens the:

Ortary, "to regulate the attendance of Ozomolslon Co.,98 Pine St., IfewTork. have an undesirable visitor whom you S S S blood and builds up the entire system by stimuiat-
are anxious to get rid of. Offer him a ing the increasing the appetite and gn-tnj ,
'z school wltLln special tax district by All Prucalat*-Two alaea-toe and 11.00. organs)
pipe of Doer tobacco and be will
pupil residing outside of uchi specialtax never energy to the weak wasted constitution. It IS an
+; enter your house again. exhilarating tonic aids the digestion and puts every part of the body ia
districts to for the
: ; provide pay MELROSE MENTION. The trader purchase this weed largely. good healthy condition. Book on tbe blood. with any medical advice wished,
meat of fee therefor and to require
a
I They also use It the native
upon
4 without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATIANTA GA.
, the county treasurer to make report Last of Winter Resident Will Soon In the shape of presents, as every Kaf

to the boards of public Instruction of Leave-Other Note of Interest. >fir who makes a purchase In a country

' the county of all amount coming Into Melrose, May 13J. J. Labor and store always) ask for a free gift and

(his hand for special tax school districts the competition to secure' the native
[ family of Rhine, Kansas, have rented
r trade I I. so acute that tbe request can Attention !
caused a slight waking up in the, Julian cottage while they look not be refused.South Africa. Turpentine Operators ,

the dreary, morning session. 'round for a suitable place to settle on. ,

After the bill had been amended it Mrs. II. Barnett of Hawthorn wa a sr

was postponed.Mr. ,visitor (In town during the past week. YOUR OPPORTUNITY.Mali r

6ltronk'f bill to prohibit chain* $.wly) registered at the Huffman Cat To.r shad .. seek It 'Rath.

lag white female prisoner to colored House are Mrs E. Marshall Pittsbarg, .r T\m Walt For It.

prisoners was amended to Include Pa. t O. Roger, Live Oak, and J. J. It 1* a dangerous thing to wait for The Standard Naval Stores Company of

whit ,male prisoner and wa passed. Gate, Valdosta, Oa. ooportuniyesjintll! Htcome* 5 bablJ.En .

Afr.'Tlllman's bill to provide for the O. P. Hoffman has returned from' a >r" yna )naution t i-h and workooae Jacksonville, Florida, are now prepared to

reprinting of the Supreme Court Re''ports flying trip to Jacksonville While out In the watting. Opportunity

become Invisible to those who are doIng contract with independent producers and
wa unanimously pasted.lions there he purchased about 8,000 feet of
nothing or looking somewhere else
Bill No. 8 08, Introduced by two-Inch pipe for the extension of the I II
for It. It ia the great worker the man
wl x. .!Sr. Daeknian, chairman of the Judiciary I water main to the hotel. The main who la I alert for chance, that aee will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin and

oommlttettQ repeal Chapter 4033cf Tfl'J'! Hit' ? to extended l to Hampton and them

# . the Laws of Florla, eniltlsd "An I Pine stre U. 1o.j. people become ao opportunity; Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jacksonville -.

act la relation to obtaining money of Col. Tollei Is erecting quite a commodious blind that they cannot see cha.ncea any

any other p rotaii) property Under false home for servants' quarters, where mine -they would pass through a void or Fernandina. Free of storage;.
without noticing SytLfngT

etc., near his on Bellamy avenue i precious
cottage
violation of
promises or for contract,
-while other will find opportnnl- insurance or commission charges We
are
and providing penalties therefor and : tie In the mot barren and out of the

judiciary committee substitute fort The last of our winter residents will way places. Hunjau' found opportunity also prepared to make liberal advances. Investigate -.

House Bill No. 48, a bill to be entitledan leave during this week, also the first : In Redford Jnll to write the ire i.

sot In relation to obtaining money of our residents who take their annual "t allegory In the world on the untwisted our methods of shipping in tank

? or other personal property under false trips north.W. i |pair that bud been u<
promises. whether In writing or not 8. Yearwood the secretary of i cork bin 1001118 or milk. A Theodore cars-it will save you lots of money. For

therefor the Melrose Manufacturing Company ; Parker or a LQcy traces an opportunity -
t and providing penalties were '
r has returned from Jacksonville, where to go to college In a chance to further information apply to
pick berries. One" boy sees an opening
Mr. Robinson' bill to protect food he attended the n.nluore. operators'
to his ambition la a chance to chop
fish In fresh water lakes was lost. The convention last week.Chamberlain' \vcxxl. wait on table or run errand,

bill sought to prevent the sale of all where another nee chance at all.

'Ir: : except sturgeon and catfish *Very Cough Bet. Remedy the One seen'an opportunity to get an education ,STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO.

Mr. Oren Introduced a bill to limit i! In the odds and ends of time ,
"I have been using Chamberlain's and half
evening
holiday, which another -
,. the sessions of the Legislature.
Cough Remedy and want to lay it I is throw away.-O. 8. Marden In Jacksonville
b A resolution offered by Mr. Fla.
Joint the best cough medicine I have ever Success Magazine.Had ,
' Oren to amend Article) 8 of the Constitution -
"
.
taken, says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant
,' was taken as a joke. It I.I to Ward Off Old _. .
i of Harlan, Mich. There i I. no I Age. -- ---'- - -- .--- -
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;1 as follows question about Its being[ the, best, a* it The must uec.*iuful way of warding
'tiro D. The Legislature shall THE
provide will cure a couch or cold In less' time off the. approach of old age i I..* to main EVERETT HOTEL .
by general law for the establish
V than any other treatment. It should tain a vigorous digestion., This can be ,
meat of county governments, In such always b* kept In the> house ready for done by eating only food suited to your 235 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE
form and with such legislative FLORIDA.
Jlo".ralld Instant use, for a oold can be oared in au, and occupation and when any disorder ,

o authority over the construction mush less time when promptly treat of\ the stomach appears take,
' and maintenance of roads and bridge Centrally located, thoroughly repaired
anti!
' ed. For sale by all druggist. dose of Chamberlain's stomach and renovated. Newly fnrnl.hed
,1 the catching of fish In fresh water Liver Tablets incorrect It. If you havea European flan.I3. .

pond. and over other local matters, a* weak ionrmch or are troubled with '
Punished for Another's Crime. Indigestion, you will find these tablet :Nr.ASON"
tv may be granted by such laws ; and ProprietrCL'Y"DE
to be J"A' what need. For sale
you by
Topeka Kan, Mar IS.-For twenty
such general laws hall provide for all druggists. ------ -- ------.-- . .. -- -... ..
Willie Bell has been ----
year a convict -
the establishment and abolishment of
In the Kansas penitentiary' ::
such county governments so provided war ft..II. n.. LINE
charged with the murder of his father, A Vlennene naturalist declare that
for In such counties a* by vote of
mother brother and sister, having been nearly all rrptlle that die from natural .
.r : two-third of the elector voting ont
sentenced to life Imprisonment after rauae einse their live between

the subject may adopt or abolish such one of the mot sensational crime nightfall and midnight,. only a few between -
form of government.' I midnight and morning and fewer .
ever committed In this state. If theon'H.lon
The House (hen adjourned until 10a .Ullio Mont
daylight reptllee seem'
of A. W. Dane, who recently
in, Monday aware of their approaching death seek r
served a term In the penitentiary! .
lug out particular place and there
,
4 true. Sell ha* been' punished for.
*
1, In Mayor's Court. I awaiting 'the end. while those who! e '
crime In which he had no hand.Terrific .
k'' live
Jack Carlos was arraigned In theP1&Jor' L air stint i under icruund com to.
the "nrfafore dretb.eid .
court Monday upon a charge thee With Death. ...- -

of disorderly conduct. Witnesses ... .. T
} sad 1Welt > I- WEEKLY
"Death fast .
approaehing"wrile.Ralph
slated that Jack who, Is full of fun, wa & well, that1 a funny thing" SA.ILINGS
F. Fernandez of Tampa, Fla., utrr11'1.r: :s
.'0.. grabbed a' oullrd" lady's hat and "Wbllt I '!" Jacicson'vllle
his fearful with death uud New
t taut and refusal to give up the hat describing race JI.* 1'caauty was an old maid before Calling at York
"as result of liver trouble and heart CII.\HL.STO; S. O. s
t a she married! and now that her tMth .
Jack slated that hit was only I after a The Finest gays
Hill fun but It didn't disease, which had robbed me of sleep husband U dead he .has become a Steamship ID the COlltwlle
seem so funny Senlel'
and of all interest In lit... I had tried young widow.1*-Catholic Standard anti Olyde New
e to ili" woman who chased him for a England and
Southern
many dIerentdoetorsand several med- Time. Lines
block or two with the broiling rays of Direct Service
leluvs, but got nu benefit until beganto 8..u J.\CI\SOSYII.U:
a hot sun shining upon her head causing "I.tie's pail... PHU\'IDE..CI. : andU :. ROnoX:: and
.t use Electric Bitter. So 'wonderful Eastern
the hair oil to melt and trickle Deacon Jooeo-In the better land everything Calling at Charleston both Poinu,
) their effect that in three .
ways
down the side of each cheek like syrup wa daysI will be made known Mr*. Sm'1.1JEEKLY: : :

,, from a leaky barrel. fell like a new man, and today I am Pry1'.-Won't that b* nnet !>. always fIouthbnGDd. . .'u. . . S.A.JLINGS

"Jack, I suppose you are honest eurrd of ail my trouble." Guaranteed wondered bow old Barah WUea was.- NOnhbouDd...... ....- . . J.'rorn'Foot 01"rom Catherine I.e.je' Wbarf. Bsstoa
at all drug *tortr* | price (tic. J\oetoo Tin nscvtpt. et.JaekeonviUe -
,
when said
wanted -
; you you only some ---

fun" remarked His Honor. "I have Clvde St. Jchns
American Arrested In Hungary' A Good Suggestion. River Line
never known yu to be 'a bad fellow, 'UetW'.n
Budapest 1"11""'. May isAmerIvan )Ir. C. 8.Waiawriahtof< Lemon City J ACKfO<)!NVILLte
but you should have your fun in Stopping at P'al&Ita' Astor, 8' Franrs .ttlel AN"O"D
f p.cial ImmlfraUo tatpectot Fl*,. has written th. manufacturers lterefur ( "
auuther way so just a* a reminder not Landings on f' Udlld Intermediase
Marco Hraaa of New York. who haste that much better results are obtained t Johns Kit r.
to again molest women's headgear I'll Steamer
eo tined 110 here oti cbarsm that from the a... of ChrabotlIa's Colic "CITY OF JACKSONVII

fine you $2: 60 and eat.." be threatened a police departmentdrtKtlT Cholera and Dtarrhov. Remedy' Incase I: Is appointed to sail) a* fallow) : r..... : T*F- .

iuiVtlllatu* started out for a whom be allege was tan and Thursdays, 3:9Qp. m. !{. AC'I\I"\\"ILI.I-: I Sunday '
;
of pains la the si 'ma h.colie and tore''sag, I..u Tuesdays} ;
> good '1m", Saturday bight; but she prlng with ht. mail cellar the cholera it ia I Wednesday sod i rl2. AN'ORl'' Mcndaya l -
" police UMulxi by tallejt hoi wa.t.e 8 3t> a. \ t
I __u--.. 111. "
started wrong for It i Is said she secured stories aaeat his aalee4e la as hot as can be Crank. That when : .... .... tCIIIhCI.J.; .

?4 a half-pint of "boos." and con Hungary are ficUUoua. He ha reported taken in thtw way the effect' I* double Leave 3 JO f'O'. .. . . . . . . .Ju "4YI11. xortaho.... __'
unied the whole busiosw at one sit the tocMent \Vaatnctoa trough it, rapidity' It ems to g."t at the, 8:13pm t:,'. . . . . Palatka . ArriY.2O 9-)
"
ling Simply bfto.II. a friend asked u American *mt>aa y. right spot instantly" .ae say*. For I:<(0 am. . . . . . . .A....., .Leave,*A3: pea
.1. by all druggist eIWaas. . . . . . . .
.
.Et. "
her .. Frahq .
to t Ml I William ,. aJ
.tn up" be- :
.. ** . -- .--.- --- .._._._._--- .-.-.-- ...-.- -. .---.-..... .. . . . . B.reford : : : pas..;
cam very angry and abusive. and said Arrtv.8:90 am... . . . . . .t'&olerd n.-.lAed', . 2OOpa ICJQ ,
some awful thing unbecoming the f.. 10m. . . . . . . . . t '
8; trey Pcctorul. The I ___._____..__.. Eou"r'-. .. . 8:10.: .
'
wl .rs After hearing the te.ti* :GENERAL PASS. AXDTICK1ET: .._. ': 10:01.1<
"best medicine ever made for the OFFS;. CTr W RAY "'"
mony the defendant wa compelled- to lit mnx o etintxll JlCIC801eyVILD: ,$'
coujh andcodof! children. Avay !- ? sass ilea r-.
I |rtlue ike dou -bs* and extract W. Go nol"Sa..I, r..1I' At w, qt ws IMN """ .

therefrom a flte-4olar! bill for her I.. keep It In the house Pea .. "AQDTT. ....rve..t.. r--......."-.. ... e..eltl'. r UI'. alJaa a t1..m... ::. j'I

discretion, and three silver dollar (or ygatg croup Stops nltht ccughi TUO. o. EOUo. "era. C1.Inearrx, &. rn. .. ,,..i ',
I the trouble she Anil dtxror..r.. .r SS- o..rat Xauc. ... P. CI.TDt
had
given the officer. yotir ; 4 ...." 4
I e'ha.erweek. kkw tI fiat......-.. Twwei1 Ace..... of .
A ,. .", J.!
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, .FLORIDA, MAY 1 10. 1905fATER 8., i

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COMMITTEE Thousands Han NEWS TERSELY TOLD.

Kidney ,'. ': ,' >,,>." ", '. .. ' '''' '' _,.',, , .. ',.' n_ " .-
Hiram Cronk, the lasturvlvor : : ; : : :;. ., ,: :, ; '; 'H : : :,._ ; :: . 'e ;
01
WILL ENFORCE RULES Trouble and Never Suspect it. the wa'- 1S12 died toJ.u a>&d 105

How To Find Out. at Ava. X. Y. dv
Fill .' oUU" common R!las.. with yon: ,
.. A bomb factory has t>e. i'! -.<'overe4In
ul hot staiul hours
\\ iter it twciUmr ;
'
timers Must Pay Up or Suffer ,,. .i.1..llIll.Utor"'ttlil:1: the Bailors'! quarter of t o 1..a. Kus.
.y
For Want of City Water. t_. : !lu,,It'U1unhc I ala! S't fioinbs ready i' .." werefovr.d
..;th,'
-4 : condition 0:1 the premises.
I or {the !kids I

THE RULES WERE ABUSED 1 l ite> !>; if it st.utisjour Ywentj-two miners wtTi ,1 today
linen it i- I! by a premature explosion u .uu bhu.t.

? evidence of ki.o! lug operations In the Vmusy' < coal
Consumers Have
ater Been Accustomed j trouble
i I ney ; mine at Hoslcza.! IKingar:
in Some Instances to- Procrastinate /f frequent tle-'trr Tho Kind Ton lilts Alwnys fought, and which has been '
In Payment for .. to pass it orl'plaid, The woiln "Khar ..>a. Russia iu line for over 30 years, hat! borne the nlffitatnro of '
Service, but in --
in the had i Ii have proclaimed a gener.trik: \> fot -

and IIU-H been made under his perRonul -
Future Supply Will be Stopped. also convincing proof that the LiJuey tomorrow and the gnvenu is taking ?
and bladder are out of order. supervision since Its Infancy !
There has been quite a revelation in What To Do. special precaution to rt.\tu dl ordera '*t Allow no ono to decelvo yon In this. o,
There U comtort in the knowledge !*> .
waterworks and water : All Tti,. but
supply depart often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Counterfeits Imitation and -&rOOd" Are F
meet of the CityCouncil and in future amp-Root, the great kidney remedy Joseph Macias. who h.is managed Experiments that tritlo with and endanger tho health of

[the council declares that if a water fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, many pugilists and who Was knownto Infanta and Children-Experience. njulnrft pertmeQ. t t

[taker fails to pay his rent promptly, or pa.iliu the 'Kick kidneys, liver, bladder the sporting fraternlt> a!.: over the
the time and every part of the urinary passage. countr. died at Phllad*! ili.a today ol;
[within prescribed which is
It corrects inability to hold water BrlQht's disease. What is CASTORIA
[ten days after the beginning of each and scalding pain in pacing it, or bad ;
[quarter the superintendent will be required effects following use of liquor wine or Major Colin: Campbfi. : and Mrs
Gutorla Is Imnnlent substitute for castor OH Paro-i :
a !
and that necessity Ml ; l
[ to out off the supply without beer overcomes unpleasant Campbell formerly Banc> l.'h't j
farther notice and said service of being compclk- go often and :\Iu. Ll Z. Leltoi sailed rOtCuro't' CTorlo, Drop and Soothing SyrupH. It IH IMciiMnnt 16'oontalna G. r
| cannotbe duriug the da.an to pet up manytimes the neither Opium, Morplilno nor other NarcottoenbatHiioe. ,
today steam
on FlnlanJfrom )
turned on again until the the The mild and
amount
during night.
Now York Its ace Is Its rtiarnnteo. It destroy Worthstud *
for the quarter, and a dollar extra forIthe the extraordinary: effect of SwampRootis
allaya FeveriwlineM. It cure nhtrrhCl'Iauld l \VliMtOollo.
stands the
It highestfor
connection is paid. boon ren1 7.t"tl. The congress of marshals of the nubility .
its wonderful cures of the most distressing ! It rellcvej Teething TroiibleN, eiirro Con"tlputlon '
This action which was in the form of : cases. If you need a medicine has closed at Moscow M. Mel and Flatuleuey. It aMftlmllatra the I' MM!, regulates the !'
resolution passed by the council at the best. Sold drugjjists nlkoJt. a prominent mf'nth.'r aHa'k..1thl' l
a you should have by : Stomach and Boweln, giving healthy stud<< natural aJoep '
its last regular meeting it is said was in fifty-cent and one-t1.altar sires. present congress as unrepreaenta- The Childrenii Panacea-The lloUacr'rleutl.. 1 E
born of the fact that many consumers You may"have a sample bottle!- and a tire and advocated a 1'an-Ameriean
lxx>V that tells alltl.nttithothsentfree .
have abased the rales of the council in ." congress. +
l < GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
regard to payment of water rent, with bv mail. Address Dr. [ ,- Tbe United States transport Sherman

t the result that great many of them Kilmer & Co., Binge which left Honolulu at 11 o'clock
who used water freely became several lumiloti, N. Y When _.cs..mp.R**. yesterday, returned to port last night Bears tho Signature of -

weeks,in arrears. The rules of the city I writing any mention mistake this but paper remember and don'tmake the and went Into quarantine After leaving .

have Always been as everywhere else I I name, Ir Kilmer's Swanip-Rool, and here a case of smalUuix: was din

that the service be paid for in advance the address, Binghamton N. Y. covered on hoard. c44

with ten days' grace At the expiration ._ - ____________ _____. __ ___._
The Richest Man In the World.
Of this time the rules provided if A FINE LECTURE.Col. .

payment to be had immediately not been discontinued.made the service Mathews of Ocala Will Tell Our 'have The his richest kidneys man replaced in the world nor live cannot without The Kind You Have Always Bought im

them It is
Bat there seems to have been a non. People About Brazil.There so Important not to lI.er.l..ot *
these If Foley's Kidney:
organs.
enforcement of this rule however. Not is treat in store for the y
: a people Years.
In Use For Over 3O
Cure is taken at the first sign of danger
'beoauoe the persons authorized to act of Gainesville who. enjoy a retlned the symptoms will disappear and .....e..rwe-... ve-.-... esw tr.ee..... '
were intimidated but more on account and instructive lecture,
your health will I* restored as it .
of the embarrassing': situation were i On Wednesday evening, the 17th
strengthens and builds up these organs
they lenient. There is nothing to do inst.. at Seminary: Hall Col. Oeo. n.i .
ho.enr. but to enforce the order as nothing else will. Ocwr Itowman, ____ _ c. .. _. _ ._ . _... .. _ .._." ____
now, i Mathews of Ocala one of the most '
Lebannon Ky., writes 1 have used
regardless of feeling in the matter. eloquent and forcible and pleasing
Foley's Kidney Cure and take great
since the resolution demands enforce speakers in the State will deliver his
pleasure In stating it euml me permanently PRICE LIST
ment. lecture on Bra&+1. Col. Mathews is : _ .
.
of kidney disease, which certainly -
Must Comply With Rules. one of Marion county's most proml-1 would hive cost tnv my life." .(n:

The resolution further provides that nent citizens He ... ... Bold by J. W. MeCoIlum CoIF .

the committee on water supply are instructed ., county with credit in the Legislaturefor i +s

to supply each water taker' one t..rm. was for years a member' EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO

with a copy of rules to be observed lube of the school board of Marion and inall YOU LOVE YOUR

use of water and that the committee is a public man, esteemed and respected TIIK: iKKAT "P+MHTHKK: M,\ll. OltllKK: IIUI'U!!' : t
available by his fellow-citisens. He i.I is WIFE DON'TROAST _.. . .
be instructed' to use any - -- - -- -

means to see that said rules are absolutely particularly adapted for the subject of IX'IlI!ss I'klPAII). full Quart Measure. k

his lecture this occasion, having HER
complied with. i I upon
I"., f\ntr Ii... "'..riWnn
City Clerk and Treasurer Dell who served under Cleveland's' administration By compelling her to bake. the family yu.rts curt. .a

has had the collection of water rents in I I a. American' Consul to Brazil. It bread during the hot summer mouths, N.Itbetl'.14irate, iuw'l.. .. .. ... /I.t I Nit M M 1H. to
<1h<>U'. 'lllKl ft Whhber All a tar I) TSW tor ,
charge has been relieved of that duty Is natural that he should be thoroughly Buy Ilread from Nsteb..Itltl Kir. 1.1 a 11n 1 .I IKII t
your . . . ... .. . . .
familiar with the people of that F.ureas 1'01 (1 AIN I Hr l lrMt i 7a t fI' m
and the will in future be collectedby . . . .. ,
same N O. Apple I l f tl collector.The country and their habits, etc., especially .Keystone Bakery. K ir.lii JoI.,. . ._ .. . of ,., It M
Ellis tax . .
B. .
T. city
Y.rrks: N t' ....... n".n.J . . 1 1& a is, T fI' II '
resolutions above referred to since he spent also a portion of NJ<< H....b'.r.nlKnrrkit .. .. ... .. .. .... .. I vs 'M' M 5 WM
h'a. saving of time, work and money. N, i' Corn ft ... . ... .. .. . I SO :I WV .M. ruis
went into effect on the 15th inst. and his boyhood days there. ..nfh..... DMUrrrJ >:.urrk.N.t' ('...,...VXUir .. .. .. .. ......... .. s ill a ... ail ,
Those who do nut attend this lecture Bally .. -H. Nt.'n. XXXKurrb .. ............. .. .. n 57?. fctn l I5 i
those Interested will be governed accordingly To all parts of the city AU Cakes, N i' ('OIB. X XX X .. .... .. ..... . .. . .110. fi .1 a T "WU
wUl miss a r.rt'rt'at.. flea and other liictlou of tllft t',cow llnurlM'nHvrmlixt ... ... .. ... ......".. . -- - -.. every pro K|" .. -. . ... ... Ibt IM" laobi t ,
-- the modern up-to-date Lunar HrtMik KroWunnr ". . . . .. 17. s 1" II Mil.>
LUCAS BLACK MARRIED.Was WILL GO TO WILLISTON. bake. shop Hnoih %uur M.-hI'ylin . . I n a n a 1M "II'
*l....liMJH ., . lttl 1 M .. I* ri .
1C. T. MIUFEB, IT..rlfUr| keyat.e.. V..IV'I a at II III e M ris rIr.bad
Wedded to Miss Mamie Beach of Members of Mount Vernon Lodge K. ,. .. In 10 Ml iwiin
Ilaket l"b.ne l4l.
,
the 10th. of P., Will Institute Lodge.A .
South Carolina on frwinS s1tL'ji) la '11.10 IVr flail.!! IMIrerH.txtlll.

The numerous friends of Lucas tesfi from Mount Vernon LodgeNo. ... t...!vWT I..t Nal.brlt'a frl..,.> MltMkbottle sod _....t.. a Tttf. h...
20, Knights of Pythias, expect to E. H. WATERS | t.lv. .l. if .H.lli.l. I'WI Hte .1IIt _..r. a trvf. >_... l..nv. $......I,1
Black of Hague will learn with a probe .."......' .TII.' w......, ..... where a ", ,,". 'r... Mau' (wave ...... tit I.vvla ',
of his marriage, leave today for Williston where tonight ......t.. .., .. ,.., .. ,. .. .
abledegree of surprise 4..Mr 'Neur. fro Asve 5c 1Pa. Ytu.r.M.i.n4.err.
with the Archer s ad ... ....".. .. ." c' .
which occurred near Walterboro, 8.oC. they will join PRACTICAL _. tuns, fr... i'rte.s of .u lads Msutbl .t .ott.r'.Inr. .r. fca 1.rr e.Uoe .... '
Inst. lodge in Instituting" a new lodge. Ih.e ....... .........,.. N......... roe ,..".. .Ift...nt ....r.... AM at .., ..."t..* eve
J.. Wednesday, the 10th .,.. . _., ., .
on full u*.mir All 4 nl f "x1. or wkl kl* MiM ear t> l lea lr.r drink14
is the Junior member of Grand Chancellor Stewart of Jacksonville from Ik M.**M a tat ,nu. AU .!__<.......> Mr. Black I to be PAPER, HANGER Ibtuor. lass Iber..sM.d ..,- .' ....,.... es '.... .,....11"... .......... sal ...... ..'
is also expected present.
the firm of Padgett A Black naval ." .4. Monet r.r..f Ciweis tat eelafael.wr,

stores operators and is onb\ of the Owing to the absence of this team Kl'KKKAM : "In 1.1( 1'UK COXl'AXY.JACKJK j

most progressive and successful young from the city, Chancellor Commander Houso Painting | WrMT HAY eTRrr T. >M' VILLK. ITtA.

operator in the State. He is originally Phifer requests The Sun to state that and Decorating.

from Sooth Carolina but has been there will be no meeting of Mount .. ,
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Florida for several years Vernon Lodge this evening Ilrewa HaM Orner. UalsMHitllle, l"l*.
s resident of -- -- -- - - I... M. OaM... President II, K.TAruia, Cashier

being associated the greater part J.of Why Suffer From Rh.umatisni4Why Full liae of ratal and Wall Paperin Oao. W Hvi>., Vl.rresident. Las (laanaw, A..,. CliMe
with bit present partner
the time
stock at lowest pries' to the trade,
suffer with rheumatism when
B. Padgett. Paring hi. businesscareer of Cbamb rlata'e Pain . . ... .
he has conducted the affairs! ofthe one application - - THE FIRST NATIONAL RANK

arm i. a conservative and profitable Balm will relieve the pala The qulok MAXKKAUSS,
which relief which this liniment affords!
and a manner
manner and posslbl and that OJT Q-. ..1l.INIDBVTLL:
would do credit to one of many years makes rest sleep ltepn tlaa

fata senior .La.xperieoee.'Tb.lady alone is worth many times 'Its eost. t' TilE ONLY NATIONAL BANK: IN ADACHUA CO

of Mr. Blaek's choice wasMiss Many who have need hoping only fora A. WElL: & co. rr

Mamie, the charming daughter short relief from< suffering have been Capital . . . . . .. . . . . . $50,000 00

..of )(r. and Mrs. A. C. &>aell. with happily surprised to aDd that after WHOLESALE SHOESOf

whom be had associated a great deal awhile the relief became permanent. All )Pwrfu.... Surplus and Undivided ProQte. . 30,000 00 z

school days in Walter. Mrs. V, II, Lggett of Yarn YOID.TeeU . .... ,... ..... .., .. .
during Ihelr 0... ..... ,.. a .. b..4etai I. bleb Ie tie a. .. I.ett
that time they were devotedtosaeh ..... U 8. A.. writes "I am a great I ... M+OTMM.< r-. St' S>SS..C< ?1X1..!! ...<_, ......tWae..Mybr
1.1' >>01'00 At other and afterwards, wbea aaaf...., from rheumatism, all over Sole Agents forO51KCM sad JIOTEB. .,.....anwcvr.ra Ala b.a/.e _..,....peewe m. .
N. Z. TAYLOR f CasAUr.
to Florida. distance' from head to foot and Chamberlain'sPate EIWJ QUALITY tfHoM. Every .,, A
'XrBIaek cam { that will .. - '' ''' .. ... . --
Balm i. the only thing
r' ;did not lessen the affection they cher1fahed relieve the pain." For sale by all pair wsrrmnid.J. .

.. one for the other. lasUad, thchala draaiace.I G. S. MERCHANT It GO.Retailor
wM streagtbeoed. sod the Join- =ai iUG. AsatNOTIONS .

baa together of these yoong people I ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. .---- -- . std Jobbe..l.
determination of eltaa
Dandy concluded a South Florida to West Florid and

....ra1 years' standing. Oeorgta over the 5. A. l_
Mr.aad Mrs. Black passed through The an exeadoa of tb. M board Staple and Fancy Groceries I

'the city Sunday for Hague, wheretb.y Air Lino Railway will be given May MIS5 n. MOTOM _
home.Friends
will make their fotnr 16th and IttJa. Train fo. S4 will UaveTanspa
and Grain lamas Sttl 4BOOT1I Fa ll1l1l.
extend eongrataUtions, May l*&h t 'p"lal! from Jack &* :
th. .#aofeoaswbialbU
wish them a happy voyage on _"Os. noralag of May Ifta, sad

'. **. from OaiaoevilU train :e". M May19t 811>K mjCARE. I I OAI5E3VILLS. Wit11lL

.. th. following rat s frees Oalaee A.VD IflC *st market prU paid for CUtasa. Etga ad other rrud ...

vii). roper, for reCant tickets Lake I ICI'

,. U.60} Un Oak. 2.:1, ) NOVELTIES.IST
$4JOj IfotUlswU. M.tW fellS"'j A CosaplM* stock ot Hay, Corn Data, rUrar, Brast. Steal, Coii.la l l'
WSfKK All CISC HOI aad Ky*. W asMdki
y P UJID.00, QolMy.& ,, p.m.et JofMtioa.j 1'-aftftM r 1 PRfCE*. tvasf CMnMM* MtUfllirthra ,, r lil 'i i' ,

Ttei* a will b* li.ile4 ""n dartxclasivoof MRS. J. A. AMMON8 _

.Agent,OaiasrUl relate of. .dtf.. K.C.Cotb.I: Send Us Your !Next Order for J'< 1:

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1 DAIXatered vv THE RAILWAYS. board prove It to be a much abler body I ,

gh.e tball.the,, supreme ..eonrt and for this -
$t1t '
President ROOIIe otter$ecretaryofWar reason the.supreme coor"', opinion of I ALL LINIMENTS

Taft tine some bold the pardoning board would prove highly KING OF

St the Poet odl.. .i GatoeavUIe.na.t statements on the subject of railway Interesting reading.-Punta Gorda AND ALL. PAIN
RHEUMATISM
M seeoeA-eltA",.ttwtt. matter legislation within the pillS week and Herald. i CURES WSALOIL.PSAatt CUTS.aawa.. wrsff se.L...
\ hare.created consternation among 'bemeri'eaa \ ..... <1..0.< I IOrin .-at. a--co.
B.H. McCnKABT.nltor Does Strata f need OLO ou'tan OOItT.aor.. fw.aa/afu" +n.wfs
ad Publisher. '' the Florida a new ,. CU RES _.Wets
\ delegates to the Joterna ,OO..aa.'e .r. rosten
W. W. ASHIJtY.A *ocl.t.Eaitor. Constitution Well, 'If the present .OI.La AJtD ALL ..'IoA..1'--eI Mar. ..Lainvial.
._- --- tlonal Railway Congress, DOW .In session .Qoaus.su O.ut5La/.e.
Constitution permits such unfair and
JESSE:E.n1R'I"Z. City Editor. In Washlogton. In substance the
President, and his views{ were reiterated unequal representation in the Legislature
LOUIS J. BBX7MBY. J.n'1'17sveling Agent. and the enactment of such laws
by Secretary Tsft.has declared
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F. H.: PKKW1TT.!: Sort.Conrpomliur Room... that the railway are nothing but as some that have been put upon the

ironed statute books depriving American cili-
public highway, controlled by
OFFICE t PORTER BLOCK. tens of their natural rights, we saymost
003 W.Main Street, ,8. 1'III.IIPHO..4J4; ; a few powerful Individuals and greatcorporations
think she does.Pensacoht .
emphatically we
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I aid as the only arteriesof
THR JUifcY SUIT,published every morning;except commercethey cannot he News.
permittedlonger
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Monday,delivered by carrier in the city or I
mailed! to anT port of the Coned Stale,pontage to remain under: the exclusive To show tbit his! path is not all roes

free,for 15. year: ft.go six:: month; f 1.23 three control of the' railway managers, bat, on bath sld*., the editor of The Lake I
month:or 50 cents for five k-trictly ia In the words of the Pr.aldeol.It..is Butler o
', advance. Star says "If The Sun man
absolutely that the
nation
necessary
had to do his own reporting typesetting -
Reading notice in local oulunm 10 cepis a line for the State cannot possibly do It- Inking, distsibutlng presswork
for 6rst bu< mailing and at odd times cut
insertion.Rate function over the great core
fire wood
rock babies
and two energetic
*for display advertising made known on
ppllcatiou. porations which practically control. the :while his wife prepares his meals, I
REMARKABLE CURE
THIS
highways of READ
great commerce.
he would find that an editor in the
1 The TwiceWeek Sun U an tight-page, forty- When Secretary Taft 'reiterated the
backwoods finds
enough doing to keep| "I much afflicted with rheumatism write
was
column paper published every Monday and policy of his, chief at the banquet of
him from "
falling asleep. cJ::: Ed.C.Nod,lowaville,Sedgwick Co.Kanasa"goingabout
Thursday and COD' U to* all the 'new of the the American t
week, local State and general, and will be Railway Association at ._---,- on crutches and Buffering; a great deal of pain.I .
which were moat of the delegates induced Ballard'Snow Liniment,which
of the United present was to try
to
I.ruailcd.( s-t..lree. any part Paymaster Loses $10,000.
to the cured me. after using three SOc bottles. ITISTHB
International
Railway
State or Canada $2.eo.year-la advance.All
Chicago, May 15.-A dispatch to the
.t-- his GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED;baTe tee-
Congress remarks
were received Tribune from Sn Francisco says that cmmended it to a number of persona, all ezpre.athemselves
w advertising bills become doe after first
i appearance of advertise meat, unless otherwise without applause',and Stuy vesant Fish, Captain Franklin W. Hart of Washington as being benefited by It. I now walk

o,fir; stipulated la contract. Fartiea not known to us president of the Illinois Central Railroad D. C., paymaster of the transport without crutches, and am able to perform a great

will be required 19 pay for advertising in ad- immediately) replied in words Lawson, has been arrested for drunk deal of light labor on the farm.

mace AddrcM TUB DAILY SUN, that were earnest but polite.; Mr. Fish enneaa and will be courtmartlsJeil THREE SIZES: 25c SOC AND $1.OO

OAUlUYU.La, FLA.Judgs compared the policy of the ad minis. Hart, it la alleged came down from BALLARD SNOW LIN I MOST CO.IT. .
tratlon to the efforts of Great Brit. -
Mare island with orders for 110,004
LOUIS, U. S. A.
Parker has decided to keep out ain In the middle ages to fix an arbitrary on the navy pay office. He returnee

;i of polities. Owing perhaps to his being price for commodities .sack at so much under the Influence of 11

a poor starter and not strong at the bread wages, etc.. and refused DOS- quor that he was liable to transact

finish. hi nIl. to reeognlte the fundamental business. He was accompanied by i e SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
proposition of the President aDd Secretary I friend who '
I was more Intoxicated thanhlmeelf.
W. M. JOHNSON Gainesville, Fls. J. C. BISHOP Alaeboa Fla.
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l The new railway station at Atlanta ,
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'Taft that, unlike 'bread and Officials, after trying In

f has at last been opened. It covers thirteen wages and similar commodities, railways vain to get a lucid statement had

M1; .reta-tbe unlucky odd number are Dot private property that him arrested. It could not be learned """ '''''''''' '''' ''''''''.I' '''';

es' bat cat an 1600000. they are public highways, the administration what he had done with the $10,000. t r I

of which has been Intrustedto

Tort Fierce Is commencing to "elIck private parties, but always with the Wcm n Lawyer Pleads for Man.

4 up" already, in anticipation of being expressed: or implied right of the government Montgomery., AI.. May 15.-Mri. W 5 If You Are Insured. ;

e r the county seat of $t. Lue10 i county, tote which grants to railroads O. Butler, :wife t& leading lawyer .

detaebrd front Brevard. special privileges, to exercise such supervision of Chlpley,, Fla., appeared before the 1

as Is required to safeguardthe pardoning board in behalf of J. O. Cc In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly

t The negroes have gone to Chi needs and rights of the public. Perritt, former marshal of .Hljrhnote, Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company r'

cago to replete the striker have been I who killed a man in the dischargeof Pays Lutes Promptly ,

1 his duty. She made a good apeech, .
; ordered to be vaccinated. This is no FROM THE STATE PRESS. '
r doubt done to assure working. : She is associated with her husband, it I' You Are Assured S

The Jasper News Is making war on la understood. 'I: /

Y The candidates for major of Penis.- blind tigers.,, A' noble work, but the

4 cola are trying to show op that they good book'says help the blind-Perry That rera, no. serious Iou can overcome you without you have some "

have a labor record Both are tryingto Topic. ______ l
Shot Full
"work" the voters perhaps.
The hotels, highways and hedges are

fe full of drummers. There must be ) Fire Life caced Health Insurance ,
The Orlando Star wants the Legislature something doing in the way of trade.- of Holes. ,

to txterminata the white fly. Ocala Banner
There are many other pests that might I "I am 65 y&rs old, and have None but Reliable Companies Represented. C

rf.I be Included while the members are There ia a scarcity water In Gaines been a great sufferer from SS

at It. ville. And still some people contend I headache all my life. One of

4 that the city Is. not "dry."-Palatka Dr.. Miles' circulars was left A. M. CUSHMAN _

It Is currently reported that Jim Alexander Times-Herald. at my door and what it con t ,

of Falrvlew, lawyer and farm. tained about headache interested Information cheerfully furnished GAINESVILLE FLORIDA C
Everybody seemsto like Governor
er, will write a book, "The Successors me, so that I determinedto
of the Oarpet'Bagger*." Such a book Broward. Trying ap,.m ate up for conIng invest a dollar in their makeof "" "" '' ''''''''I'
him out "mghtenln' before
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will be of Interest to th. people of the so shot and go gunning for -----
; the prlmar-oolceUo N....
', entire country. that headache. The first charge '
far > c9T.&EL.IBII D
1868.
: Some of the many advocates for new brought it down but I continued -
A negro who was hinged In Virginia to shoot until the thingwas
counties are worrying over the names
art for murder charges It to whiskey nod H.F.DUTTON&CO.DEALERS
for the new counties. They are count. shot so full of holes thatI
pit politics. He warns his race to let both
Ing chickens before they are hatched. believe it will never come to .
', alone. A Rood piece of advise but If
; Orange County Reporter life again. I consider it the IN-
his colored brethren csn't drop both atone work of a "good Samaritan,"

4 tlm>t,1 It might be well to saw oft on Sea Isla-r
It Is reported that Russian cruisers to spread the knowledge of ..ci Cotton.Sea :
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pothl what Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
. are still lying In the vicinity of Kara-
ranb Bay, but it is po..lbleIa'correspondents will do." I. F. MOORE,
, The new charter for the city of Island Cotton Seed. Bagging and}
( Gainesville means new \life, and It Is not cruiser, am really 1352 Fairfax Ave., Bridgeport, Leather in Twine. Walrus
Conn. Strips or Sides.
apparent already Ior. building I Is meant.-Miami Metropolis.Why .

S going on every day and within the next Headache Neuralgia, Sciaty
two years Lh.re.1II be greater ad. not out that title down about a ica, Backache, Stomachache, Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved

' mile, Mr. liuckman, and just call U "A Bearing Down Pains, Rheumatic Sea Island Cotton Gin English
Tanceinenl than In the remarkable two and Supplies for
lull to Grab Everything That's Going Pain, or Pain from any cause } Same
last .
yetrs passed.If _. _'_ for Colleges to a be: Located In Lake City yields readily to the soothing GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA USA
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the churches only knew It, they and T.n.h..e-T.mpa Tribune. influence of Dr. Miles' Anti- _. -.----.- .. -'- . ,
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would make, a great hit by trying tot Pain Pills upon the nerves the TI
The Key West Citizen that condition of which
proposes irritated
have the best music at all public srvices .
steps be taken to prevent the term the Harmless if ..
causes pain.
f A stranger in a city always asks
1 'Where do they have the best music?" "Key We.t" being applied to cigars taken directed! and leave no Fay-Sholes
'' made in New York or any old place. disagreeable after-effects. I
when he wants to attend church. Hy"stranger" i
:' Is The Key West eabbageo: never saw the Dr. Mltaa Anti-Pain Pills ar cold by
l meant a person not a Island Ch-Tlme..Unloa. your druggist who wiM nuarant** that
member of any church. *H* first Yacitf9e v lll b.n.*U If It
It fall he w n return jrewe m_y.M :
-.-- .. Jt would' be interesting tu have the reefs, n cent. Never soW In bulk. Typewriter

The excursion mason i I..* Just beginning supreme court's opinion of the pardonIng Miles Medical Co, Elkhart lad

to open op In Florida and low N
board. The acts of the '
F pardoning .._ _. H' ,__._ Al"'IO\HJHfif.U.: :
rates are now being ottered! by the railroads *

and steamers. A few excursions HIM AND WOMEN.V I TIIE 1II.'oT"UlIiH:
Deafness Cannot b. Curedby
to the winter when there are crowdsof taaa Cr alt w Mr nnt.na : ON 1 liE

1 people" here from the North to enjoy local application., a. they cannot i l brtt elwtMea..1..wtwlMeyN.r..l .twt w .I..ead... .MAUKET

them, woul-i surely be well patronltetl reach lhe*\lUea.ed\ portion of the ear t.M....__ear.t.. .f Pall..ae.f....s.4.tt..rDe... rut...... UnlYFRCAl Has Tabulator \
KFTDOARD O
and not Interfere to any great extent There is only one way to cure ti.afne.s. a. nma&its ttMsaltwcat ass...t.. b s+s Is.oss.Me. .... \D I r.\"t.I.-\:\ ,
and that Is by constitutional remedies
with the regular winter rates.eer.tary .a a. ra In $at. 1 hine.
I I.atn..s Is caused by an Inflamed condition sP'.4. .4
-' .. -. ---. '.,- -- St M..r s Merl.,t* 75.tls.lef .
of the mucooa lining of the ...t N ,e?tMl.
Wilson has '<>nred one In Lightest Shift Lfjthtest I: ,".,nR' The "
Eustachian! Tube. N'b.et this tube I. M
his controversy with the oflloUls of the Champion Speed\ Writ.* f o.I World '
inflamed have rumbling sound
you a or
5 terminal railroad They Insisted that Use the ,
... FaySaoles, More tsj-fhoU.
the law which, required the unloading, Imperfect hearing and when It Is In
f for feeding and watrringotfakk! In Surely I closed deafness ia the result 0uno use la Ulnesvllle than any M>,.r machine.
and unless the Inflammation eats betaken
t transit ouce in each twenlyetght hours out and this tube restored' to Its i

Mr applies only to through roads, and normal condition hearing will 1M.destroy Ann DUINOge.fswM For Sale by. . .
while| ) they were so maintaining the.Uf't&rl *d forever; oioe e.... out of ten ;wM'w r...: _n..a.-s..__ -ai..wp.a init.IOYNTIIIta. ';
S. are caused, catarrh which la nothing "ff'rw"'r aN .
ALL
was gathering evidence with
bat an InHaiurd condition of the mucous ArtLws. ..rr we S W..LYas. w_ via THE SON Gainesville
j which he now proposes to Institute up. attrftcee. .....y.d.r.71. .f.tdlssst Fla. i '

wards of four hundred pro. utloIiS. We offer One Hundred' Dollars He- .--:d. ...........?fiord"E.tnledy.sa ,

The auor""i. nal has rendered an ward for any ekes of o.. .... ea usd by ....----. ear, tae.eml. ntr rant saw ,
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eatarrh thai b cured Haifa .. c. -
opinion upholding the correctness of cannot by raMIN4 --
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Catarrh Car..
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the seeretarj'. construction. of the law r. J. CHIXKV, A Co..Toledo O. II'

>Wt and leg any to many dttrot toy ofh.thetr.flues railroads without are entering prepare Take oM.b{laU'draijrisu.. Family Tc.Pills for ooastiration. J I'J Advertise in THE-SUN .


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THE DillY SUN: GAINESVILLE.. FLORIDA MAY Itf t! (o5ILACHUA .", .., lii

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COUNTY HONOR TO MISS vVILCOX.I :: ::: : : .

FROM GIRLHOOD TO I :
This Eaceltent Young Lady Being

R. F. D. ROUTE Highly Entertained In Ocala "fI

The Ocala Banner has the followingto I

gt Route Was Inaugurated Mon- say complimentary to a Gainesville Mothers' Should Watch the Deyelopment of Their I
young lady who is visiting in the Brick

day-.Others to Follow. City : Interesting E Experiences Misses Borman and Mills.w' /
I "Mrs. John ,,-. Pearson entertained

VERY CONVENIENT SERVICE twenty of the young people in honor of '1I :

riiM Mamie Wilocx of Gainesville,who : I

is her guest. Mr. Pearson and Mi |Parties Residing in Rural Districts Will :
Wilcox were assisted. by Miss Alta
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Now Enjoy Privileges of Daily Mail Pearson. \ '"
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Which Will Prove of Big Advantageand "There were five tables placed in the i ,.",

Profit. parlor and library and the :
very amu 4, (
ing/ game of Sir Hinctum Funny Duster :
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Alachhacounty has at last the ad ran-
tageof free rural delivery, the service was played and created the greatestfun I y

[having been Inaugurated Monday ill prize and, a gold frolic stick imaginable.pin was cot The for first by ____ I : m I' +{
compliance with.instructions from the
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MU Wilcox and Mr. Alfred Reek the 4
[ pottofSe department, United State
latter winning and presenting it to the '

} government.- IJhl* will be known as Rural Free guest of honor The booby prize a ,
cabbage head filled with bonbons SIS///
Delivery, Route 1, and extend from was I ;
cut for ty Misses Alice Bullock and
Gainesville via !North Gainesville to I
Sue Anderson and Mr. John Sullivan I
Benntngton, Rutledge and intermediate I ,
the former being the winner.
points returning via Arredondo. I ,
8. J. Burnett Jr., has been appointee "The games were marked on attractive MATILDA B Off MAM MYRTLC.+Nh1LSr ,
little score cards.ornamented with
carrier and considering the fact that I : ...... "
small pictures of Bias Wilcox and Miss
Monday was the first. day everything

worked smoothly. Departure was made Pearson."After playing: Sir Hinctum Every mother *' informationwhich 1 ache. and an I hm heard that you can I 1t
from the Gainesville postofflce at eight a couple !it of vital Interest th r young het'' of hours refreshments were served and wrIUnK, you."-Myrtl. Uillm Ouua U.
o'clock the carrier returning a few daughter.Too
the Lear Mn. I9mkhamSecond L tt.
minutes before four. evening was a very enjoyable one, often thin la never imparted or is
"It in with the feoling of utiit''t $
MisVilcoi'. friends are glad to Withheld until serious harm ha renult- that I tell whet
There are about ISO families on this writ to you to you I ;
know that she 's receiving so much attention ed to the growing girl through her "aluab"IUt'tUdn. has done for ma Wi. I,
route, which coven an area of about at the hands of the clever ignorance of nature's nivt! .*riou. and wrote you in regard to any rntHtltfan I
thirty square mile people wonderful laaDd penalties.Girls1 c.'UUIUla..t vTeral tlortora. but tttvy f it... 4
of Ocala. understand my car and I dot not
Report is made by the carrier that a 1 OTrr-enitlveneK4 and modesty any benefit from their treatment. I 'oU< '
often pusale their mother and baMehyaiciann wlric*. and talk LydIA K. '
number of families to be served have your
SUNDAY MEALS.Do > aa tbt' often withhold Vegetable Cotnixtund aixl BIO now .
not installed boxes. This is one of the their confidence roma their mother and welL, and all la* dloot.-lnlC .YIDI" & }IIr

most rigid requirements of the depart- !tot Overeat ..* T.., Will Keel and conceal the symptoms which oughtto which 1 had at that UnM. havsdwp'; .

I meat, at the carrier is forbidden to de. nester .. M.Oay.If critical be told to their physician, at this MyrtktHilto Miss Matilda, (klurwtuyllL Norman write !
period.
liver mail other than registered matter It la! desired to begin the week refreshed Pink ham aa follow t
When a girl's thought become alajfri
except in the boxes. These parties \ and ready for labor rented In < .h, with headache dizziness or a die Dear Mrs. PiakhamIU'for -

will be required to install receptacles ruliiil nod Ixnly. the eating customs of position to sleep pain in 1 hack or low.r11mb. taking Lydia E f nkham'..\. ..
table luocithlim .
Compound wrra
SuiKlii will have to lie my
of this kind before they will be permit. ) readjusted *. yea dim desire for solitude; tar and piUnful. and 1 alw.ys had
lime later breukfugt. It: denim), but when ahe is a mystery to herself and d.-.ltul headaches
ted to enjoy the privilege.By barn then a very light one e\eu If: you friends. her mother should rome to her .. Bat slur* taklutf th.Gwnl nund nnf""
this service parties residing in the are hungry or, If It must bo lieurty. aid, and remember that Kvdla E. Pink- acbM have entirely left me my HM>ntlilU '

country have the advantage of a daily Eden old! not '.Il\'t your dlge..thiIH m IlIlh- i am'* Vegetable Compound will at regular, .n.11 am gettliiir trunK what out.w..
Ana telling all girl friend ,
time my .
this the
for the
mall, with the exception of Sunday Any more than way !be nvoliUxlhito nod prepare avstein. l'InUunu' VeKial l Cu |'end baa UOIM ;
bat two nu-iiN that andeat comtngchange, and start the uiennlrual ma,"-MatlUla Itortuan ...armippiO.IQ. I
which is not only a big accommodationbut on day period in a younggirl's life without
of great'value to the truckers and nu other. It would be far ttetter to pain or Irregularltlea.HundrVdirof If you know tif any young girl t, K
la nick ant uned motherly aUvfoe!,
have three light IIU'lIhl. lighter than
others depending upon the markets. letters'fromynung girl her to sldrv. ..* Mrs. 1'lnkham at (" ,
usual] if that could 11ft arrange to fitwith
Other routes will be established when and from mother, ezprearing theirrratitntle Maan., and tell her every detail ot
tli* other LonnehoUl, arrniiKoiiipnts.Tlio for what Lydia .K, 1'lnkham'.
the proper petitions are signed! and symptoms and to keep nothing lJa
cu'toni of noon dinner ou thnt day Vegetable, Compound ban acrompliiihetl H'he
will receive advice absolutely '
forwarded to Postmaster Arnow. who arlxos from the iiual absenoo of: cook for them have been reoelretl by HIM from a source that ham no rival In

will take the matter up with the de or mall at the later one, and till may Lydia E. Pinkham ..Mediolue Co, at' exprrienceofwoman'atlhs.-lilt it I >l

partment. ,l.o una\iililnl. Very well, then; treat Lynn Maaa. followed, put her on the right road
Nibs ut. a rent day fur rook and tllg, Miss Mill ha written the two fol. trontf., healthy aud harpy "' :
Do Not be Imposed Upon. lowing letter to Mr*. I.lllkham which :1A
ti\e apparatus as we2:! ft.< from other Lyilta I'lnkham'* vegetable :
will be read with Interests hold the revord for the ....
Foley A Co., Chicago originated labort. Havu a light breakfast a light pound
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung dinner and a chafing ilNh nupper' I,.. Dear Mr., PinkhluneFtnt( TtU>r.> number of cures nf female ills of
"I am but flftxen year of*c:.,ainrt MMt, medicine that the world has
.
remedy and on account of the great near 1h> ordinary hour of meal n* bay.diary sp U*, chills, ......facb.seal buck- known. Why Jon yon try it r f"t.
merit and popularity of Folej's Honey possible and remember as you are goIng -
Sick
Lydia E.Flnkham'sVcgetablcCompoand Makes Women
and, Tar many imitations are offeredfor to take lees exercise than nual I I II

the'genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey YOU demand a lesser amount of more ---. . . -
easily dlg'>Me and Tar and refuse any substitute I In Hood lIolllf'k..plll&& Millionaire Weds Hello Qlrl. I 1'ae %..rl.hINK C brsraa/. : P
Tbe IxujtJou I.aiK-i.-t flhil that
will +
offered as no other preparation
New York May ID: December and
satisfaction It is mildly cl: >.-.!init In the III give the same Growing Aches and Pains. May were united\ in Bt. ('(('lIIa.1I of .
take Uii the
only pla.'e| | .
and
laxative. It contains no opiates chnr eh, HrooMvn, when .:. II. \Vhlt
Mrs. Josie Bumner Bremolld. T.I.. to. UH lu rniiioln ro rht-nlmitu; l
is safest Sold for children J.V..and McCollum delicate per Co. writes, April 15, lf 02i "I have used : 11")'. 70 years of Pitt' a Montrrnl asphalt 0..1 1 amid 11I11.1..1 I.".' 1a.lntrrca,

sons. by Mallard's Snow Liniment in my familyfor promoter MIl MN, Annie' U, n, i th.II..ln". ,1I..h. but In ri-nllty they< I '
.
- --- -- -- -- I three years. I would not be with. I. nett :2.1: )..:..% of age, formerly a til I here |n-rfe.*t form of f'x.l' l. A.t' r< ,

phone operator, were married by Kr to the I..IKY I'* aualyil of tie |. .
One Cent a Word. out It in the house. I have used it on
MeOoldrlrk.: The groom'sun!: K-inrnt: and the chestnut, the latter f'<,"
little girl' for growing and
my pains
aches ID her knees. It cured her right 'rent to his, fl.nrie ",.'at'UO) <<'.1I1I1I8n.l): ]lees water snore jiroiH.l more ft E'lt

AdTertixemeBU of ten words or more under away. I have also used JI for frost bitten 1\e. also! gave hr Illooo; for her iro.. i starch. lout lees mineral rustler
tkishead ioserted for One Cent a Word. CMOla feet, with good success It Is th.- scau. tbe potato and U nmn* best liniment I ever used." 25c. 60c the latter. Like the (tola In, .1.!*>.
erUon.
advaaee eaeb -r
. Please answer adrertUemecU as nl III the advertlaement. iainesvllle. Fla., and J. C. Bishop Mllllonalrs Held Up. i I greatest .h"n lottk..I.r rfHa.1.
Alachua Fla.Off" Menominee, Mich, May IS.-Hon.
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TIle eoofldenee of all pencil lo crUo BO- .
.. signed with'Initial will be respected.Taclr -- Isaac Btephenson<<
aaaies wW not be given to Inonlren. .. K.r "!>..." former congre iin g and 1 ROOMS AND BOARD '

-..-- . .. As a utrniiKrr lu Philadelphia I was candidate for Gated 8ats II<<'D.II'I

HELP 1U\Tf.D-JULa. mush amused I by certain provinciali was held! up by masked men wltbln a)1 '

.... -- - - i One of Uie e wa the UM of the block of his residence the other night I For Colored -

ENERGETIC workers everywhere to wont "off" Instead of "from." "Pleasebnjr and relieved of a small sum 61 roomy,

distribute circulars, samples and advertising !fluwer off me," any the youthful -. J.ITT'U.CUA Y.
matter. Good pay. :No can. street "..IItI..",. Oue day while waitingfor If the Baby i. Cutting Teeth

ratting. Cooperative Advertising Co., sonic groori a young lady, rl- ll "> ottr. t I.I. h.rtl .M. r.. ..
New York. dently wmJ to bou.ek...i>lnjr. ap- Be sure and UM that old and well- .
rut&cb""l the raw inch clerk au I tlm- tried remedy Mrs. IVmslow's Hooth .

WANTED-Installment collector for Idly asked l: "I want" some mutton to log Syrup for ehlMr Uethtag. It Aeeommalallrne<< K.,.,.(i...

merchandise accounts ; Rood salary make broth. SU.11 I tot It off the soothes the child ,( ftu. the gums, Pes.'rneble. )10,1 d..ireblaw.nrt
and expenses. Address "Manufactur neck?** ""' 0. ma'am." was the solemn allays all pain cure wind ftflilc and I I. I colored I"oeM ,n the. rlty.i .

er." P. O. Box 1027, Philadelphia Fa. reply me the clerk pointed to the butrb- the best remedy for di-irrhoe Tw.n. 1

____. _ _____ _ n._ -- er bu y at his block "ye git It off that .fty. cent a h.+tlle. _
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l.oonI"by tor is u.
A *.r. ......*..
The Casht'ocoryoI (.........4.- Clara-How did\ you break Tour bn.- r

"I think I never saw Kymer, ao uttery band of stuttering Or.-EvT7 time

TtI.1Mod a* be wa* when his Ont be- started It I began t>, i>rol*.t eg.last

oem; appeared In print" biz amoklnc It M-VP- tailed to start Iito'ik

"\Vb t w" *.. the matter! Rome typographical his flow or UaffuafiMtrblt Free

error' In the poem?" Pre*.. I 4

""' 0. that wjn't It. What crwted ,

him wa" that the paper wa* wkly for Take bd of aa o* biter., a note

a peony a copy. last a* wnlat- behind, and a ka... on *tl *Mr*,Or-' ";1
EMERSON & CO.
J. R. man Proverb,

. O k.r r....... .......-. I ---_. .. .'
. Jenny-Their engagement h*. been '
..1.1. fr IT I* FOlt LAO'L' TOO.
broken by matual ronrac Kate-I n't
a Ilarriagt.a ]Hall !Nteel Cut Csflee.BalUrU's ; that UotalUla ru orrrr be ..aU.ec1 *. i

- OV ll,k ''''r. an tit I Sad oat which oo: broke 1
-- t.-Smart f>t.Cxpr1rn '11M? ('.a ar.m Tkwtr Hue .....*.. Spat

Goods wish M,.>!'<*.. ,
We have the Choicest tb. xtrM t
., of .uftVrIB .
U4koot wbo have ill air Led >')*
on our daily at.-Howe. -. -. ... full .. fslu.g ass. .r, reveal UM ben
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i fall,,. cut. sad tu.rIr..J .* cr-.... wtffcUK '
: '- ..... :)ti'L' ..... Juggting With Dynaevit.Is "..w.'. -Iiery.rl4L' fl.aM.., Jtavpt.end. :
3S4 ao more dangerous than to .gl*. Irttb Potatoes, per peekBas .......... .. .. .tetds ,
: White Ba an. per pound ice kidney disorder. F.l.,'. Kidney Care : "'""a. la* I .. >>
I daadraft that etar bale .tt e1'lbe
gvrm
Dotk..'. Salad Dres.iagQaeen IteS correct Irrefftilaritl and has eared rL Jinr IM f ..' .. ....,.,.... II I

Olires many aever eases after ether "..&-1 the rest wilt ."'-t sy 4 ,5 lbs "w grow K-.. Yager: 4

a C... Cora . meat lea failed. It belJev.a a eatpM wm eewfloe. .
Can Peas health tmr tidy that '''''W. "rpId4ot Atr.olui.ly' the safest SM meet f i
Tomatoes. 3 lb. cans ::t.o out tlMoe* sad restores and .. . .. . ..* ... .
3 CaM I" t M t* t>i n r Mi If aoaNai py.er aew ae &"a sntbt.
Beef . :r.o vigor.1 WM troobUd with kldaeyeocupUlnt ........ ....
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3 Caw Eoejit ,. ae atf er gees I' will net Hale tli*.-l" 10 71f borN power, W/lt
for about tw. .MtnA .
and Turnip yes .
Fresh Oaioti 0 41st .... lay each.. ere ntea5 .
,
Freeh Eitra: Fine Coffee. II. l>a.l* of Mt. "' .rUlt.. 14wa.1, tea Ia stae.ls for MJK M l..iTk Il.rf4Jtfats- Jo" "
'but two twttlM .f rdey's ICt Idaay .... c.. ,tiI"Jlok'" CEO. W. MOVERS s
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lu Oricn rr."Nly I11W- I >r* effeetetf ap.rataa.ateore." 8e:4: ,
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6 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 16.190j 1 ( ;;_ .'

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NEWS FROM ALL Big Gusher at Butler Pa.

& Butler.PL, May 15.-The beat producing

oil well In America is spoutingout .Southern Railway.

4 PARTS OE FLORIDABrief petroleum'at the rate of 2,400 barrels II

H a day on the Dr. O. K. Waldron .

1 farm, about 1 mile west of Butler, Coal
Happenings From Various Oil Johnny's sudden leap from povertyto Effective April 10, 1903.

Sections of State. wealth Is repeated In the case ot -
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1 "Spotty" McBrtde-formerly a street -- -- --- ; North and WrsU .
vendor, today a; rich man. The gusher v- '. ......tlholr.- -- Traalu", 1'a.l:' :\0.:1&: & U. :! ) u
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS ; Fla. . .So R '. -
: ,
I.I 755uIv Lv Jacksonville, )
% a mile west of Dr. Waldron' ; Sow J-J: \\1\/\) : / :
Lvjacksoovtlle.
J4I 11)) () 'LvJesup Ga . . .. . .So. Ry. :
homestead 11 h 4pLv
on a tract formerly owned< J.-up. So Ky

Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers." 1 C by the Ebmer! heirs.. It la an old Savannah So. Ry: 6 1! 55p Sup(> 12 t1a: >l 15a) ) 'I'Ar,. Ar Atlanta bcooHa..80.R'Ga . .. . .So. Ry.. ". ,,

w Things !"Bolted Down" to Suit the grasser drilled down from the 100.foo Ar Columbia So. Rj t 953a ( ArRome.Ga. . . . .So. Ry.UrDaUon. ,
to the fourth' Ar Charlotte *>. Ryt )IOtSp( I GII. . . . . So. Ry. .;
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to sand. Last Thursday ArOreenboruArDanvill *>. Ky.Si. 12: :Ma> 12'$1p:! !SH
Isaac McBride, familiarly) known *. . Rf :1t45a? ) :2' lOp Chattanooga.. Teun. .Be?. Rr. f: "
All Classes. Ky .Q.J; C .' .
Ar Lexington
throughout the oil region a* "Spotty,1put So. Uy 6 ona t d! 4:jJ jJp! I .
A r Richmond Ar Cincinnntl.O. . . . .Q 1 The fig trees about New Smyrna are I the drill into the fourth sand. Ar So. Ry 4 l Ii" 4 :20p
Lynchburg
Lv ()Cincinnati U..Big Four 4' .
$ ltd to be loaded with fruit. i iI Ar Charlottesville So. Ry 02jt: 6 lOp I Ar Chicago III. . . . .aiR Four 7 ; ..
I Killed Woman Who Him. 5o.' KyH. 9 tOp
Rejected Washington.
Ar :
Pineapples are now beginning to I 0: . '
Lv Cincinnati; . .Pa'Lmeu ).
Los Angeles, Cal., May 15.-A. Ar Baltimore R. R. II 3")) 11 S5p285a : -
come into the market at White City.. ArChica JII..P.Lln..tI :
Brightman ha Ar W. Ph'del'ia P. R R. 1411p :? : : "
shot and killed Mrs
The progressive town of Milton is Ar New York P.R.R. 4 13P_ tf_30a Lv Cincinnati. U. ..C. H. & D.> -i'.%;
Charles Gurney and then committed Ar Chicago Ill . . . .Monon 7 ale:
having her streets pat In first-class suicide here. Unrequited love was the No. 34-"Sew York and Florida Ex: Lv Cincinnati U..C. H. A D.I\ 4jt

w shape. motive. Mr*. Gurney, who was only press." Daily Pullman Drawing Room i lAr I' Toledo 0..0. H. A D. 5 are",

Klssimmee merchants will close Powder 19 years 'of age, was formerly Miss Sleeping" Car Tort Tampa and Jacugon- Ar Detroit, Mich..P. M. :ij! .,

gl their stores at 6 p, m. daring the torn Dona Vincent, and came here wits yule to New York. I. Lv Cincinnati O. . . Pa Lines: 3>
Florida
and
ov mer months. her mother from Minneapolis about a No. "Wanhinston" Ar. Pittsburg. Pa..Pa. Lines _55.5"
Drawing
Limited. Daily Pcllman
Many orange trees in Oalhoun and In a, cannon Is force,- year. ago. She recently married C. Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to' Cincinnati, O. . Big Four 93""

Franklin counties are giving promiseof On a woman's face failure.It IL'.Gurney, a newspaper man after, New York. Ar Cleveland, O. . .. Big Four oJ J 43&
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a large yield It la alleged, declining offer from H Lv Lexington, K,. . . .So. R,. 5 3
Brightman. Through "The! Land elf the Skj" No. 30 Ar Louisville, Ky. .. .! .So. R,. 8 1 bAr >
h' An alligator three feet long was is not what a woman St Louis. Mo. . . . So Ry. ', 3:::,
It . caught In Waoehnla last week. Where putson LvJackionvilJ, Fla. . .So. Ry 7 55p Ar Anniston Ala..So. *<,. [94)e I ">
her face that makes her Herbina' eWill LvNavannahCra{ . So. Ky 12 15a
,is the poandmaster. I' Ar Birmingham Ala. . .S>. Ry. 11 45a!
overcome indigestion and dyspepsia Columbia, S, C . So. ]Uy ttOOa I Ar Memphis Tenn . .'". Frisco ft (05j;)\
beautiful.
It is
A saw fish fifteen feet long and the rich, red'blood ; regulate the bowels and cure Asheville, N. C. So. Ky 1 50p 'Ar Kansas" City Mo . .Frisco 9 4 toI s

tl weighing six hundred pounds.. was I of health that makes the liver and kidney complaints. It is the Ar Ar Knorwllle Hot:Springs, Tenn N. C So.So. Ky Ky :6 V.! OOp 87p ,I I Memphis. Tenn . . 7 ... . . . 3301(

aoght near Tampa. . . . . . . . .
'roses: that are truly beautiful. best blood enrloher and Invigorator in Louisville fco. Ry 8 50a !i Hot !'priosrArk. 9 fit

The Apalachicola Times says that the world. It is purely vegetable, perfectly Ar St. Louis. . . 'o. Ry 4 56p |' No. 18-"The Florida Limited."

New York capitalists are desirous of The wonderfully delicate_ organs harmless, and should you be a Ar Cincinnati Q. &: C. 8 15aNo. I Daily. Solid vestibule train through

building hotel in that city. sufferer from -I| day coaches and Pullman Sleeping:!;
are distilling Beauty disease you will use it I It SO-Daily Pullman Drawing Car. Jacksonville( to Cincinnati.

The poetofflee at Simmons, Taylor from Sunlight Air and Food you are wise. R. N. Andrews, editor Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between No. 19-Pullman Drawing Roo:::.

county, baa been dllOOn loaed. Mall and manager Ooooa and Rockledge Jacksonville and Cincinnati.. Sleeping Car between Jacksonville:
will hereafter to Boyd and Taylor. but they must be healthy to News, Ooooa Fla., write. "I have -- - ---- Birmingham; Memphis and Kansas

It "do used your Herbine in my family and Excellent Dining Car Service. City.
may not be generally known bat it properly. ..
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there is a large lot of "unknown" flnd It a most excellent! medicine. Its
The effects upon myself have been a mark- ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE
property on the Lee county delinquent poisoned centersof
tax: list.Only ed benefit. Sold by W. M. Johnson From New York, Washington etc -No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim
life cannot distill health. "
Gainesville, Fla., and J. O. Bishop, ited. 9:00a. m
two men In Terry are opposed Alaehua.'Fla. From. New York, Washington e&c.-No. 33, "Washington and Florida Ex.
to water-the waterworks bonding Per contra, they must be pres.; 7:40 p. m.

question lacking but two of being From Cincinnati Asheville etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim
driven from the "
system. LOW RATES ited. 9:00: a. m.
v? unanimous. From Chicago; Cincinnati. Atlanta, etc.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited9:35: m.

The railroad from Dotban, Oa., to .
- --- ---
Via Louisville & Nashville
a St. AnJrews Bay Is now an assured J. C'. LUSK, District Passenger Agent, 101' W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

fact. Th. right of way for the line I Is Railroad.The 3. H. HARDWICK, .'. T. W. W. H. TAYI.OK, G. }'. A. BROOKS MOKOAW, A.G. P. A
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being s"or.,.
O.EPGerstle's following low round-trip rates .- --

1, A plan Is on foot to take In the whole from Jacksonville to various points PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

of Hlllsboroagh county into a Greater North and West will be in effect on

Tampa, making one government do the dates shown. Proportionately rates Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.

work of city and oouol,. | from other points.LOUISVILLE t > .

W'. II. Can a prominent contractor Female Panacea : .... KY.-Hate $18! 40, account -----
of united' confederate veteran' EXPRESS! 1'IIEI'.i1D..
Qniney Sat
was seriously Injured
r Reunion June 12.13 Inclusive with final I Bulk (io *t Prepaid.
urday by being struck by the top of a limit July,10.. Full" Qt. Meanure. 4 Qti.Knntio II QtL! 12: Qti.I .
house he healed | Club Rye .......It 6ft M HO 7 tLaOPerGeUua\ :
Ahlmney on a was moving. has purified and thous- PORTLAND OREOON-Uate $86.35. .. W Rye. (Cln. Corn. Good (rrade.
S p NelHoaCounLl'n'e. .. Silo 4 :n!!I 11\0\ *:a.OO Per Gallon-
The Leesburg Commercial speak account Lewis ifc Clark Cent.nnlal..lr. .... .. .. Rye. Gin. Curt Run
Fine
ands of and added Monogram Rye 3 M 4 !III II 00 quality.
tery' jag of a colored eieuraion from Ocala women to Tickets sold certain date. May 23 to Hanne'a"44'Rye..... .. S 7\ 1\ ..U 0 M\ tX.WI'erUallon-: :
Sept. 28, with. dual limit 90 days. .. . .. . ... Rye Utn. Corn. Kum. Uest for the money.
to Silver Sprints, says there were "five and restored their beauty. Social Drop 4 fillMaltWLUkey J eau! I Ilorl. W)iw i'er UaUon-
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANOE- .. .. ... .. 3.5 11..iVs 9 100"" Rye. 1'eacb and Apple and,. Mellow
olid ears and only one negru shot/ I'I It is.a specific for the diseases LKS.; CAL-Rate $83 9O. Tickets sold each Brandy.: .. .... .. ... a n wA 9 !Ma \I'I l f'd by are.Per .

A big time will bit had at D.lrsy' certain dates April 1O to August 14, inclusive Apple llrandy. . ... ... .a. 375 ill : A>) I lulorlu tHJII Gallon:
'peculiar to women, and cures ; final return limit 9Odays from Rye. Social Drew RTe. Metllcm
Friday night. May 19th to celebrate HoU.ndOID..I !wOencvaGIn 4 K 'luaU" .
Leucorrhea date of sale, not to exceed: Nov. 80. .. .... . .. 3 n & til' 7U 7.I\. t
Menses
the opening of the canning factory at Scanty North Carolina Corn . ittMountalnTTorn. W.M1': ST. Louis BEER. Per IXtz.
DENVER: COLO.-Rat* -42.63.. account ... . 1 4 iklin 7 i 111'1 l la Pelslrn' Ilooer. .. ... .. .... .
that place. Dancing and time :S 7/* 11 !\ ...........Ir +
I a good Falling of the Womb Inflammation International Epworth League .I.mai".Rum . .. .. SMI" 475 .7a I Standards; . . .. . .... ...._...... I 00I \
will be the order. Convention Ticket sold June :29 to Medford' Hum a 7A A <") II.Ad . .."."""...... 10t
and other complaints. July 80. inclusive final limit Orape Brandy. 3.5 A II' 0 .VIAO I :Malt. extra dark . ... ...... ........ I MI .; ;l
+1, After else failed ; return ,',. Bourbon; Cuuurirer. . .. ..
everything In bring King ol Ke' S 7AAaaoruneo A Hi D / lmt>orlnl ........... 100 I
I While August 6.NUFFALO. I Hikwt' Ale. t>lntnUulnness . . ... .... ....... "
its is } Allowed S 3.1
Mrs Joe Williams on All Good. .
rain of Whittier peculiar ol !
power ooame; .
.stout plnti ."....
i I N." Y.-Rat.. $32 NI t ), account Price. '" ........ s 1--
!
I 'rlce
t, r Oseeola county, built a big log pile to heal the diseases of women Annual" Meeting Grand Lodge - by the bill un application.

w' fire, Alabama style, and It has rained B. I'. O. E. Tickets sold July 8 to 10,
G'G'f for nearly a week. Where's the t it builds up the entire! system inclusive ; final return limit July 26. W. IfffilS NT. HAWIME BROS. JACYS10IiLLE.

maker who can beat that? r.ln-I[. and adds the glow of health to TORONTO CANADA-Rate $33 30. -- ...--- -.-.-.- -- .. ,
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I I account\! International Epworth League -- ---.u
Friday, May A. eixiy.five wagons paling cheeks. Convention. Tickets sold June! IV to

b were at Hatting station waiting' to. 23. Inclusive ; final return limit August SE.A..BOARD:

t'e' unload potato.. One-horae wagons\ I! H your ease is 1 not fully covered by our 28.

with 'live barrels and two-horse wagons free book, MCALTIIT: )IOTHC.S MAKB NASHVILLE. TENN.-Rate $18 25. Air
with. ten to 'fourteen barrel On that HAPPY lloMfeN." write In confidence account Peabody College Summer Line Railway
the Luna.' I HEALTH CLUB, rare O r tleMedicine. School Vanderbilt Biblical Institute.
date' ,thlriy-flf' i oar left th* elation Tickets sold certain dates June
Co. 11
: ChHtunuog. Tenn. to
:i with veer sis thousand barrels, of 'io- I I . FOR. . .
| July 4t final limit gentember
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a tStlM - ---- ---- -
.. KNOXVILLE TENN.-Rate .
- -- $16 85.
Farrou. Organist Osad.Chicago. I Lightning Takes Two Lives, account Summer School of the Sooth. Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern
nennettsvlllii', B. C., May. 15.-Two Tickets sold certain date June 18 to ,
f' May H.-Hubert C. Dew. pt'rllM'all! lost their liven from, lightning ; July 1ft, inclusive r final return limit Pines, Raleigh Richmond

eler U dyad at a hospital' here tot :. stroke In this county, the first was September 30.lIRISTOr4' Washington -

losing operation! He was known Charles TENN.-Rate $18 R8. ac. '
Sawyer a young cltlien of Baltimore
throiiRhixit\ the Unltixl. Stale and Bur I' count Annual Meeting German Baptist Philadelphia
HronYille, and the sober was a negro .
\>\\K> as an ornsnUt and fialsbed Inter Brethren. Tickets sold May 29 to 31,
I child In Helmut, IS tulles distant Mr.
s inclusive final limit Jane
'prN\'r of church niualc. ; atom 90. New York
I Sawyer was plowing; : In his field and For foil information schedules and
----- I he and his null, sere both killed. H. rates to any point North and West call

A Positive Necessity., lravrs a young wife and three small on or write UEO.; HERRING.; Florida .

Haring Iu Uy upon my bed for 14 children later In the afternoon the Passenger Agent l..4 N.: R, R., Three Elegant Trains Daily.

u days from a severely bruited leg. I houttt of Joe Watklns was struck and :208 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
t
only found relief when I used a bottle hi* child kll!.sl.. Watklns and another Seaboard

uf Uallard's Snow I.lnlinent, I can child! were<< severely shocked and also Florida Limitedw ?
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... cheerfully r KJi ,nmeii4 It a* the bent hunted.Declared.
t medicine for b"..... ever sent to the Seaboard
ft afflicted.. It ha become Express.
now a |wsi.
Mis Fate a Just One.
tiv. neeeMity upon rnycelt-1). R.
\f tlyrnf. merchant, iKivenville. Toi* l1 ..aolte, V,, May 16.-KJoytf llsJe.a .

n 1 a*. vao, 6<>i and It Sold by \V M, mulatto wa hanged' at Pntaakl. Va, Seaboard M
' John...". tUinesvllle; Eta, and J U for the murder of John Hart a white flltllAI
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|TANGS STAMPEDE GOTHAM DR. SI FFETT7 Core Cholera Infantum, ,

Dy i Urjnd the
On. Hundred Wild Horses Roam the Bowel 1 Troubles of ChiUrutofJtny FIRE. LIFE AND B. F. JORDAN
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Streets of New
York. .
,. Jig. Aids Dijwtion.RcjuUtcs ACCIDENT IN '
New York May 15.-A taste of life il& the Bowels sheagth.
['on the range haa been given to the residents 1.1\1 the. Child and MAKES: THE OLDEST ''

of the upper west side by the (TEETHING pOWDERS) TEIrTHINQ EASY.Costs AND BEST COM INSURANCE

[stampeding of 100 mustangs at Sir Only 25c Druggists, or mall 25c to C. J. MOFFETT M. D. St. Louis,Ho.
j UeU street and West End avenue. Mother Hesitate PANIES ;
no longer, but SOlve the health and life of
There was a wild scramble by the your child .s thousand have done, by giving these povrdoi .
I cowboy who came east with the anl- -'IrETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteract and over ,
mals which were to be sold here, Comes the effects of the summer' heat upon teething chpdren.Statue '( "c"f POUTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE ;

1 but the bunch scattered in all direction I ___ .- -_ . -.---------- .. ._
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most of of Gen. Gordon Selected. !Savee ltiH Money.
them had been rounded up by aid of Atlanta! May 15.-At a meeting Friday "Why lo you always are,' with your F.H1..b1.i..ned. 187ttE :

the police. afternoon at the office of State wife in -\-rything?" she -aiit.: ,
A small boy started the "I find it .rh > to d. that than to c
er
stampedeby Treasurer 'ai "
< Robert
hurling a stone at the ponli's.Qulckly 11. Gordon :Monument\ E. Park association the John selected quarrel with her and "then buy diamonds :. IF. I -U T T 0 N & CO.
to txiuure<<; myself. ,
alarmed by the stone and
Solon II. llorglum, of New York,
by the unusual street scenes which. : as the sculptor to build the statue ol r.aldnt spend It."Say. .

had confronted: them on being unit the late General John B. Gordon (till. once I had i more money<<
ed at a Ntorth river dock packs of the which will stand at the Hunter and dan I knew what to do with." :B_A ] K :
animals dashed and down Central ,4
up XTaihlngrton street corner of Capitol "Yer tlon't mwin'ltr""Sure.
park. West Broadway. West End avenue square. The selection, ,,'as made afui I found a 'quart.T in a tent-

and Riverside drive, and rushed considerable discussion the rrominient p'rance town." *, ? .- 1'10 a ventral baakill"b\&alll...bur and. Uror-t.,B end DotcMtlo g.ebuts
'back and forth through the cross A. no M0OUBI or b..k., banker. ."on''f.'I',ttrtn r.,rovrchtau tad others
committee C. Bruce
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streets the clatter of their hoof chairman Aa 11Ii..._...... r.e.'lT* .
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having/; favorably reported upon the acoe8&llt.le! i>oov! la the United SluesGA.2N'Es
alarming the neighborhood and bringing Borglum design. Clerk-The old man think you are
crowds to the windows as they pretty. The Typewriter--lies llyt Hn
he said soT ('"Jerk-No. but he domut : '""v'1TLE.r: irEoFrrr: >
passed.) __ _. Marshal Removed by President. : A. ,
-- critlcUe your lpelllDi'ew: York . .. .. .. . .. .
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Saved by Dynamite. Washington May 15.-Walter F. PrtotIs. - - --- ?

Sometimes flaming city is saved by Matthews .of Portland United State Take The Atlantic Line
marshal for he district of Oregonhas Avoid popularity; It has many Snares : Coast ,
dynamiting a apace that the fire can'tcross
!been> removed by order of the and no real benefitFenn.AL.CHUA .
.. Sometimes a cough hang on so FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
president' It Is understood that thlt
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long, you feel as if nothing but dynamite -
action was taken at the instance of the Via VIa VI. y j Via,
would cure it. Z. 1: Gray of Cal- Dutw.l 'L' f a 0. '"
D.po.s
authorities of Oregon as It was believed N ortII th = or
COUNTY
fconn aggravated Oa.. writes cough: "My, which wife bad kept a very her that Mr.\ Matthews was not suf or IIr1S 6Jaekaoattae or : 1)oa. Ube.. ip n es i Jaek'vltl.aae Mo.ato..r " ,SqJsek.'nWe

flclently In with the
harmony
awake nights. Two physicians could prosecu Alachua county Is i6.40O"'< acres In
tion of land fraud c&sea now taking Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
area has 248 mile railroad, 900
not help her to the took Dr. King'sNew
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place in that state. miles wagon road, M postofnVee. Time Table In effect April J8, 190.
Discovery coniumptlon..coughs 123 public schools :27 phosphate
and colds, which. eased her cough gave Cut Worms Attack Orange Trees. plants, :20 saw mills. 178,000) ) courthouse Depart For - GAINESVILLE- Arrive From
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her sleep, and finally cured her." San Francisco. OaJ.. May 15.-Th. dunes, corn Ere ,newspapers cotton rice, and, sugar pro 9illspm: I'' JI'b Spriags; and Inter.-=----------1) 8:80a.-:
Strictly scientific care for bronchitisand horde of cutworms which have been meths". PoiDIe
At oats, rye, potatoes |pineapples> oranges Daily .' Daily
lagrippe. drug: stores, price SOc \ '
millions this peaohe, plums pecan -
Increasing by \In vicinity pear
and $..00; guaranteed. Trial bottle during the last feed weeks, have begunan ., and all kinds of vegetables.. 12116pID I Ocala, 1Ao..bur. aDd Tampa, and 111o PIII rtes

free. ___________ attack; on orange orchards. Tb. Daily t lrtia... In'ormediaLe Points I Daily
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It.Alabama Need. Laborer. worms have attacked the green fruit Gainesville the County Seat. ): : Fslatka Jacksonville. 1116 p III ,?
:Birmingham Ala., May 15.-To meet and buds boring through the rind ol .,. Daily : :.North.Ea.t_and. West I Dally

the state demand the railroads for more entering labor Alabama in this the fruit and devouring the Interior Has fourteen churches, two publta 2J;:( -p ; springs, -WaJcro..l:1ataDnah.lhuDawiek- : 8111 pm

The horticulture commission immediately schools,the Eatt Florida Seminary, 'LIl1h .Atlnta, all Points North. Ea.t Weal "
''pave just concluded an arrangement ordered powdered parts green! I private schools three newspapers, _Daily_. .J... _. ___...__ ..__ ._.Dally. _
for the establishment of an Immigration sprayed on the trees. .41'' I United States land office, the best 8113, m .tDValll I
and Industrial bureau here which water, Ore alarm system elteiria Rochelle!, Ur.nuPJ and Oltra "
will co-operate with the state authorities for and gas lights, two ice factories, I Daily1:5Ostn
Action. machine shops three wood factories .. .. . .. I e
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various Industrial andcommercial
and the I When the body !I. cleared for action. , cotton glq, two moss factories, : ;;
bodies with a view to three railroads two fertlllrer manufacturing : 1170p .
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by Ir.1Cing's New Life Fill, you can I' IIIlh HPNngt
bringing desirable} immigrants to the tall it by the bloom of health on the companion, one fiber Daily << Daily '.

state. The organization will be known cheeks ; the brightness of the eyes ; the manufactory one ratifying tar- e..MuDda. . . .- .. .. .-- .. ---.. ---. ea-. Honda
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firmness of the. flesh) and muscles. ; the pentlne plant, two hank, and well l) - : -- -- -- !;
the "Imlgratlon and Industrial! As.fiOcla.tlon ; Tlek-t.l .
es 11,000 nllee of the prlelral .
bnojsncy of the. mind. Try them At stocked stores embracing, everything Interchangeable Mileage good over among J I
of Alabama" Part of the all drug stores. 25c./ in the commercial'. railways in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents {';;;
general plan is undedstood to be to se- Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic Coast ,'.::1
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eure a share of alien "Imigrstlon for - Line ; also via Atlantic Coast Line an f Houthern Railway
[for' complete Information, call on
Alabama by having the steamship
J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent, Q.lne.vllle.
lines, land them direct at southern

ports. __ CHARLES BLUM & COO FRANK Add C.res JiOYLHTON I DIs. .Pas. Agl., W. D. STARK..Tra. Pa... Ag".
A World Wide Reputation IBM W. Hay' st.. Astor linlldlag. ..oa'm.tJ''...
II, M. KUERBON.Traf. Mgr., W. J OR AIO, (u.n. Pa... Agt.,
White Cream Vermifuge ha* achieved r -DEALEHS !IY Nand Wilmington. N. O. Wilmington, N. O.

a world wide reputation at being: . ___ .. _. .._ _ . ... .. . .. ... ..J
the best of all worm destroyer. and y Whiskies, Wines

fonts tonic influence on weak and unthrifty xND M. ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
children, al it neutralize the Liquors

acidity or sourness of the stomach,
and assimilation Nos. 517-519
improveklheir. dictation IXn.oorpor.cecL1:::
) of food, strengthens' their nervous -
system aud restores them to the BAY STREET, E. E. VOYLE. MGR. ',
health vigor and elasticity of spirits '. Abstracts of Title and full Information' furnished regarding land ,la this'
natural to childhood. fold' by W. M. WNiS1tEY enoal,. Our manager baa lived In this eoanty thirty year and {'
Johnson, Gainesville, Fla., and J. C. JACKSONVILLE Is thoroughly conversant with land title' . f f1a

Bishop, Alachua, Fla. s4N G ; FLORIDA ti

Fire Destroys Lumber Plant. for Pa.st Milwaukee Beer E. E. V a Y.' LE.i a

Tallaposa Goa., May 15.-A tierce! Agents
fire occurred here when Colonel! C. D. Export( per bbl, lOdo*. Ill : per dos 11.25 FIRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY! 1NMURANCK. Eepr. ,
Hitchcock's' immense plant, including Blue IMbboo.: per bbl.lOdos, |12; per dos. fl.fiO tenting a numb.rof prominent American( mad KnglUh: eompaales.
HEAL ESTATE: AND CITY LOANM.Gainesville .
saw mill planing mill to be and enveloped crate factory In- Jung' Cincinnati Red Heart Beer. Go.of-n.O i11.o i. .B'1or:1do.:

'flames.was discovered Absolutely everything was I-f: Per bbl, 10 dos. .8.; per dos II.l _. .. ... . . .. .. .. ... __ ____ ____ _.__. .0. .._ ._.. ._..

destroyed, with two yoke of oxen one

bone and a large to-tory home. We pay freight or express chargeson & Gulf Railway Company :
near by. Even the books In the office
the following liquors:
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were! lout. No insurance Rhatever.Lose
THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE

20000. 186 LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in OF FLORIDA.

the Whisky Line:
Tlml! Table In .Q.et" April 0,1905.
CASTOR I IAFor 4 full quarts . . . 5) 00 -,-....... ....r..a.w.w.. ....,.... ". '''''... "'''.....

12 full quarts} . . . . 12: 75 No. t.-1!
Infant and Children. t N a
j BLUM'S MONOGRAM 10 Years Old: Daily I Yeloo.. I. No. I. No I flat/.l't .
Tba Kind You Hare Always Bought )lu'; I I Dater VaU,. HTATIO. H. Daily. D.tI;',. I&or",
4& full quart . . . . -l'20 Runday I t e Neu

Bears the ItZr; 12 full quarto . . . .12 00 co

Signature EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky: f.y A W I.. P Il1Lv, A W) IA:. P M!Ar I" f Pit

IJ.UW I. B.ad LaMT <<;.,..........1 ".,..,nk..... 766 21-' . .. ,. ..._.w..1aire1di. .......... ........ . l a' If)
, Head-On Collision.Oorry. 7 M 23G . ... . .... .1"1.__....... ._... .I, 1 fJ1 Mr )
Fatal 4& full quart, del . 100 1 tit) 24S . . ...., ..Danc........ ....., ....... .' 1 Of) & w
, Pa, May IS.-Two fart --- rt; full quart* . . ', 6Q It 06 2M . .. . .. .. . ..melt. std...... ....i.... ..17115: ,
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i A nice lot of sweet potatoes just TO REMOTE TWO HAPPY MARRIAGES.
NEWS OF CITY AND I Good stock (j !*. Merchant k Co. lo'j ----- WILSON
FRECKLES AND PIHPLES. and Miss Goodnow and Mr.
Mr.
IN Craig;
J. R. Williams of .Alachua was In the
t : I and Miss Andrews Wed.
i COUNTY CONDENSED ''city for a fw hour St' cerdA'. He In '10 days, use Goodnow
I I wa' en route to Ocala on a badness Two most important society eventsof
10154100.Curtis. .SATIRIOLA.! this city during the past iwo days Ve, here we are again with more
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and Bargains for "o matter what
Hatter of General Interest Gathered were two marriage! : of prominent yen. HID
Baird of Santa Fe. of the
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Coeds line
I The Complexion Beautifiers want in the Dry we han, it
uluf'd employes" of the E. J, Baird popular people.
by Our $ rrter3.l I i At the manse on :nnday: morning; at I at a less price than yon can find ii ,-i'''t'-
: mill'; spent Sunday with relatives in
this city. half-past T: o'clock K-v. Tho 1'. Hay
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS offleiatinK. Mr. Abner Craig of Delaware I
CarloaJ extra fine banana just in. West- where.SPECIALS
H and $1 /50 ft bunch. Out-uf-town I and :Miss :M&beKroodnowof( :
' What Has Happened and What is Going orders include 15 cents for crme. j I moreland, N. II were joined) together;
Gainesville Fruit & Produce Co. (121 under the beautiful and impressive: lel--200'
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs I 20 dozen Lad eats only 12 c
James Holder of Rochelle, James B. ritual of the Presbyterian church. The
' So That "He Who Runt May Read"It 15 dozen Ladies' All-Linen Hem-
Dell of Hague, J. M. and J. C. Halle affair was a quiet one, only a few of med-Stitched Kerchiefs, each 10c

1 In The Sun.Ladles'nailing. of Alachua and J. L. Martin of Dutton the most intimate friendi the contracting : 10 pieces Curtain Swiss, regular

r cards in latest Styles were visitors to the county capital yesterday wru parties being present.At I 15e values, at per yard ii}.

at Bon omce.'Slmon.on' Kavanaugh Methodist( Church, :!O pieces 7c Gingham for, yard ;><

R Wonderful Salve for sale The Woman's Foreign: Missionary Society Monday morning at 6:40. Mr. H. John

by J. W. McCollum A. Co. 'of the Methodist church will Goodnow of Westmoreland, N. H and

' For Rent-Offices over Chitty's meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon at the Miss Virginia Andrews, the charm- 24

store Inquire It. II. Porter. church. All members are requested to ing daughter of Col.\ and Mrs. J. O. Andrews -

iT Oathbert Padgett has gone to Kit- be present, were married by the pastor,

rP simmee on a visit of a few da,.. 1\1.1. W. Hudson, accompanied by Rev. T. J. Nixon. I II Remember we have only this lot n' !4

Attorney W. K. Baker made a pro SATINOLA In a new discovery.Buaranteed. The bride being a prominent member'I Fine $1 25 White Spreads,
her niece, Mrs. Miller, and Miss Edith I 98
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felllooal'.I.I and money ret unled It It fall to remove tbe of the Methodist church, the Epworth: to sell at, each. . . .
to Starke yesterday.For Ames leave their Z'
a' today on Journey to wore cane of Freoltlen. Pimple. Tn. Sallow
Sale-1.000 Irish potato barrels Wi, conin. They will make several DCM. Liver Spot. Blucliheadt. or any akin ,. League and other church societies as 3T .
J, N. Bone, Gainesville, Fla. d2w4twM. short stops en route eruption In SU day. Leave the akin clear well as a singer in the regular choir U s sWilson's
soft. healthy, and restores tbe beauty ot the church was crowded to witness the
: F. Simmons of Fort White was Mr. and Mrs. Royal Cook
are rejoicing -
youth. Tboiuandi testify to tbe merit oSatlnola. despite the hour. I !
registered at the Brown House yester over the birth of a floe baby ceremony Busy
The altar wa decorated with plants,
day. girl, which came to enlighten their 'Him Alice IJrette write: Thibodeaux. La..
O IS. 04.-"for and on the interior of the railing: was ahandsome ,
t four
< face
; years my was
W. T. and J. A. Roberts of tCanapaha home with new sunshine yesterday are !
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) ooimiletely covered with freckle and pimples.All collection of fragrant Iflies.
"r!' were among the'visitors i to Gainesville ternoon. Friends extend congratula remedies failed until I used two packairea Immediately after the ceremony the Store.
(, yesterday. tions. of Hatlnola. which completely removed tbe
happy couple received the congratulations
Large llne of flu* hammocks at' all Jesse Clark has returned to the city freclclea and pimple My complexion la now of friend They proceeded to
perfect and hop every lady baring frecklesor
prices at R.. d4l McClellah UndertakingCompany's from Virginia, where he has been with pimple will try Satlnola." Price BOo and the Seaboard Air Line dept where T. F. THOMAS

his wife and daughter for the past few '1.00, by leading druinilHta! or maiL they boarded the train for New Hampshire
:Mr. and bin. Chas. Eddy of Orange weeks. Mrs. and Miss Clark expectto NATIONAL TOILET ('0., Paris, Tenn. which will be their summer

Heights were registered at the Brown remain in that State for several Sold in Gainesville by J. S. Bodiford! home.
UnDr T A rnO ((0.
s. House yesterday. weeks. A Co., J. \V. McCollum A Co.. W. M As the bridal party left the church
Johnson and all
leading druggists.
A. D. Nelson of The Sun's colored *
one
to enter a carriage they were literally
"Oh Miss Mandy"the : ba : .
subscribers, was lu the city from - showered with rice by their friends,

Campvllle Monday I strike Is too "warm" for her in J. F. Jackson of Bronson was among and an occasional old ihoe played its FULL LINE OF

'y' Wanted-A ftn lal. eolored' female I Chicago. She will prob U arrive In the prominent Floridians registeringat part.

cook for small family. J. R. Gainesville Saturday.' See Vidal for the Brown house yesterday Mr. i The couple received many handsomeand NEW GOOD

m\ Fowler, Lennon, Fla. 61J additional information.The Jackson, who holds a lucrative valuable presents, among which --

Wlndsbeaker a popular traveling books having closed, the draw. traveling position with a large New was a handsome silver nut-dish from Agents tor...
salesman of Jew York who has many York house, has just completed a tour
ri loa at Sternberger Phillips' store for the board of stewards of the church.
,'s,, friends here, Is In the elt,. chances on having your home painted of Sooth Florida, and says he never While friends of Miss Andrews dislike Monuments, Tombstonesand

Master Elmer McOreary ha. returned free will be held at 10 o'clock this saw that section in a more prosperous very much the idea of giving her. Iron Fences.See .

t" to Tallahassee, after a brief morning. The public Is invited The condition. Large shipments of vegetables up they are connoted at the fact tnat Our Samples

A visit to Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. 8. Merchanthere. register contains several thousand are being made, and the prospects she will return next season. i

names. for coming crops are bright. Asa -------- Personal attention to all matters la
t result the merchants are enjoying a MADE ITS FIRST SALE. this line. Mall and orders
leo K. Ellis of the Florida Fertiliser N. W. LlttUtteld, for several years telegraph
Manufacturing Company has returned resident of this where he held fine trade and are buying readily promptly attended" t4l.
city a .. ._____ _. __ .. 'Spring Park Stock Farm Company
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from a business trip to points in South lucrative and responsible position with I
Sells Valuable Shorthorn
Florida. the cotton department of II. F, Dutton "Oh Miss Mandy." I Bull. Gainesville, Florida
The Park Stock Farm
Spring Company
A Co. is In the Mr.I.IUleOeMI. .
Edward Parker of Hague was In the city. - -- ----
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I city on business yesterday. He conducts nsw employed by the Brantley Com- ---- ----- - ------- ------

i a mercantile establishment In patty, Blaekshear, Oa. dock, the floe Shorthorn bull, i THE
"Wardlaw." having been purchased by j CONTINENTAL
that village. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hare and ohll- NEW YORK
A. L Jackpon. The consideration was CAl'E-KESTAURAXT.
a goad dren of Jacksonville tamed to their
If You Want not learned but it is safe to state that
reRlgerator I home yesterday, after a few days delightfully .
for the Odorlessat I' was a good one.Accident .
summer, buy an Park
farm
spent at Spring .
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guests of N. A. Calliton This family, at Campville.
p. Kembert of Lennon" one. of together with Mr. Callison, dined with
r RACKET. Lawton.the twelve-year-old ran ol
the progressive lumber manufacturersof :Mr. and Mrs.V.. K. Dow prior to their
that town, ..Itlt.d'friend.. in this departure.(5has N. A. Matthews of Campville. had the
city yesterday. mUforthne to fall from a tree and .
I W. Parltam left Sunday for ,
break his arm two or three
t day ago/:
If desire to shade porch in
you your
the mountains of North Carolina,
hot weather, we have a nice line of \ physician was called and net tt.ewound..d
o bamboo porch shade at the lowest where, he will recuperate for a few CHEAPEST STORE ,ON EARTH member, but the lad's condition '

j prices. It. McOlellan Undertaking, Co: weeks Mr. Pnrhamhas Been .ulT..r. I - -- ---------- is said, to be unfavorable

When a bilious attack Is decidedly ng with lumbago for some time, and I Friends sympathize with the father
,s t' unpleasant It is quickly over whenChamberlain's goes with the hope that the change jof and patient in this misfortune.
Stomach and 1.iv.rTab climate will prove' beneficial to him. The Goad Old - .
lets are used For sale by all druggists 1I1.IrI..OI.h trust to see him rapidly I Bought Nice Properly.S. .
+ W. !l. IIIgdon, special agent of the fFlr l corner South of PoktoXce! ).
Improve O. akin, the contractor has .. .
Summer Time"Seems 0, l.lll ....I.hl. Drl, ('off.*.
f Mutual Life Insurance Company of O. K.: Melton of Mlcanopy l K. W. purchased the lot adjoining his home "ut.n J"ah.

New York, departed yesterday for Small of Ilsgtie I and W: T. Jackson of lo be almost in sight and it is on the north, East: Gainesville. This
', points in !South: Florida on business, Lake visitors this I. of the
; Wauberg were to onr duty to keep as cool as possible one most desirable place in
lie. expects lo be absent<< several days. city yesterday. Mr Jackson has just during the heated term, that locality, and the new owner pro- E E

J Bt'caute they are the "best ever returned from White I Spring; where -_ poses after a while, to erect a tile ecnt-
made," Blue Itlbbon lemon an"vanllla he has been for the past two or three age upon the same for rental purpote SMITH'SWELL MOUNTS
extracts continue to be the favorites. weeks for the benefit of his health We will name a few are :

Ask your grocer for Illuo Ribbon letnnn 'rlends will\ be glad lo learn that. his There wa a "bunch" of Campville

and vanilla. Takes less .'lator'I't"r- condition is g..atljr 1 Improved, titles that we have in our isitors to this city yesterday, among All the old standards and

fectly. DeWltt Dow, for the past three that will whom ".Aaron Flowers, Justice K.K. the choiee3t
establishment
of
help :. Stoke, H. M. )Moran John Parker the new ones
connected with the Atlantic
Wan.ed-Orders for V'ctorTa ing years i
issued.
Machine I and record. Heiail orders CUllet Line at High springs, was in the you to be comfortable: Frank Parker, Wm. Beckham, Joseph as
z live dollar up delivered freeOld city a few hours Sun-lay. lie has resigned Heck and James Dyes.. They were Ask to see them a. they cannot be
summoned as witnesses. In the cue of displayed to advantage in a cae.
his position with the railroad to
record and nrarhlnrarxchaneed. :Met-
11 ., uliiau Machine Co., Jack- lucrative situation with :. A D, Nelson, who entered salt againstthe
rt>i> Talking accept a more A Nice Hammockon
MMivillo. Fla. the Southern Weighing and Inspection Seaboard Air Line for the recoveryof SPECIAL MOUNTSIfor E. F. S.,

faxy Mr. and Mrs U. F Hampton and Bureau, and was en route to Jackson.yule the veranda will make it several damage fur two cows alleged to School Children and Babies.Fine .

1 child arrived In the city from Jacksonville to assume his new duties. degrees cooler. have been run downland killed by sea

Sunday. )lr. Hampton expects -----. -- -- .., -- board Air Line train.. The case was Fadeless FotografsFrom
3f to return to his home this morulng, A Good Ice Cream Freezer .: ,however,for another month
C but his wife and child will remain here READ THIS. ;: : Locketto; Life Size
has a tendency to lower thetemperature. ; : j
several days as guests of friends andrelatives Springfield, Tenu., Jane 11, H+0l.I SMITH'S STUDIO.
all of whom are delighted to have been troubled with kidneyand Miss Mandy.

see them, bladder troubles for number of
a A Climax Iixie' Net . . ..'rr1fat' .
K. M McKoy of Campville, superintendent years and severely so, and having noliewd or --- -- - -- -- -- -- -- ;fl!

of the> Campvllle Urick Company 'the advertisement of Dr. F. "'. hum over your bed will make the room Some Men LeaveAn

was la the city yesterday Mr. Hall's Great Discovery. A Teaa. Wonder fi to 10 degrees cooler when the g', ' ,, 1';
A McKoy, staffs! that the company Is concluded to give it a trial, from motuito<< begin to try to i'"'

working from ttfty to seventy-five which I found great relief and wool .iDIl'OG awake.A Estate for the WidowTo ,

hand regularly, and that the demand recommend It lo that similarly afflicted. .j"

ty "iual the production The Campvllle >. U. If., Kiaa- Suit of Our Feather-Weight Invest and lose, or u a temptation : : <1-
kk brick enjoy the potation of t being Underwearwill to speculators. Haw mueti
+ among the finest mad In the Stale. A TEXAS WONDER. better to tear her .
keep you as cool as a eueQm .r. '.10.
r Mr and Mrs! Alex, Head of Montl One small bottle of the ,-..... Woo
$500 or>> $1,000 a Year Incomefor
n.M.ik were In the city Sunday and 4er, Hall's Grvai Discovery. .ur" all A Pair of Our Low-Cut Shoeswill
dined with friends, ..r. Head I. the kidDer and bladder troabU. raova Life, or for 20 or 30 Years?
superintendent' of the Tyler Lumber cores diabetes. minal .missions , keep the feet thoroughly comfortabU. -
weak and tan ba k.. rb.....- . d
>F Company. Owing to the excellent sum and all Irregularities of the kid* W* will send you son* laUr*.Uag _.. 4U ay..

: school *4vantag4 afforded her*. they aeys and bladder la both men sad i We might ..... saaay there artleif ,", laformatioa stmwiag how small aa iLw. Yd..Itte
.t "are thinking seriously of making wom.arv U1&... bladder trouble. Ml( .. wOfjMM tall w* will tale annual outlay will yield a p.rmaat WilTS, rt. ta,
)
.* iMom for for
iiainesville children, If boi sold by your druggist yearly aavoae ..
their ham for the education
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grrat H** ar* la *a.w1.x yft' Ike tol whom to provM IMt.de.ee.fist
l4
Mar
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will b (
mall ipt o II.On
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of their children. They will be seal by oa r* tae Lr.l ...u.... ...........
months' f tkrm.PHIFER. > a4vttw..
small bottle U two treatment acre tae _w_.
k gladly welcomed<< by society b.re. and seldom fail to p..rfe.i a L ____ W. L HILL ft W. fHiS8Nv' ..the as.:\Q.B..tae..ly tia.weg 1ft'a

.- - .. --,.- .aN. Dr. Er*..' W. Hall, soJ* .**... Mq.rvW A.n.. SCTTJ1LGltSESTlLLK wa1x. S. tie ..vycf. c__ C,
c fM lrer. P. O. box 120. sa. Loaia. M*. BROS., ,4 J.a..a.W'. ....
irwrsarls f7s.: et" .
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'Oh. Miss 8ea4 for Uatlmoalate. said by aUdnaailt&
,.c Mandy. rt it.n' Corner OalaavUle ITm, > a t FLOatD.1
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