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
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 18, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID00599
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
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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I ton Mark, of the Chicago, I board of DAPTISTS MEET 'IN ST. LOUIS. ---I1ANVFACTURERS

ROBE, MEN ARRIVE I I education. Th
followed the use of nonunion team,;tt r< I II I I out hem and Northern Baptists Meet

by the boycotted firms in delivering UNVEILED For First Time Since War
coal at the public *r.oo.i. It Is' alleged fit. Loud. May 17,--The! general .

i I that In many cases the parents liaptUt convention, participated In by ..

.ft. : rather than the children are respond l the Baptists of the North and South

l- Number Of White Men De- ble for the strike.ret anti prost. All Business In Memphis Sus and marking their first joint meeting Welcomed By Governor Terrell

i tr .. cut ion Is threatened by the board ot since antebellum days, bfgan burs in1y ,
t Bert Upon Their Arrival. education a.s punishment! for parents pended For that Oc a"lou. being presUl l over by IX W. Ste Bud Mayor Woodward.

I who permit children TO go en strikein -- phens. uf Columbia. Mo., the newly

Many Inspectors: are to be placed at --- tt,: I'ouh'r"n

a* Afraid He Would Be Slugged. the disposal of Superintendent of Com, thousands of Visitors Flocked to the lure than tOtK visitors |iaar> I Many Representative Men From AllOver j
pulsory Education Itudine to report the rl\t-.1 to attend the national Haltlsta'annl't'rllllrl I
School Authorities Decide that the City to Participate In t*>. Cclebrtion ... the United States Are Present.
lo of tlm' of hl >le-
cases where parents have violated the { > -t
(School! Children Who Struck Must laws. After a conference with Bodlne,, -Little Granddaughter': Pulled ration tixlaj' -ntlon I u apart, Hon. John Temple Craves Delivers

Return at Once to Their Desks. Superintendent Cooley Trustee R. A Strlno-Which) Unveiled Monument.Mcnlphl. and It U expected' that :2.000 mute will Strong Address to Delegates
White and Attorneys : Clayton Mark C? arrive within the! next two dal I''. The

Chicago. May 17.-Bis consignments president: of the board, has Issued: thU .' "Tt-na May 17 Yo the general con\ontUm. which will con AU.uuu, May 17.-Tbe annual con ,

strike breakers arrived in Chicago statement : Ae fompitnteiiitMit of martin! nu.-.(' tad dudeMay ::::t will !be oomprlMM off wnttoti of Ito National Man4facturrrs' ,.

Three hundred white and "The law requires parents to keel In the presence of thousand- ui \fL. rut..tln// <> the following:: ; various for a.ux".lLit\ gait Tuesday r.. rnllll( at
ly. negro their children In school. It also requires sells and \Uitora the statti. of l.lou .I&n \\I"\nlllll.I .0 9 t o'cliK-k. In till (Iran.! Opern HOIINV.

came from St. Louis.: They were the children to attend schoo1: Unuui General Nathan llt-dWrU for Home Mlniitonarv I'nlon- \\'onlt'lI'li Prvsldvut It. .'. Maddox of Lb. At-

:rulted in Louisville. Evansville and and obey the rules: thereof. The law rest 'A "IniM-lled this vallt>rin.HUi It Foreign :MliMlnnao' ..>('Ie't i ).. Ann risen ant* 'halll"'I' ot couunrcf, called

>r river towns. The men were till\ ) be strictly and promptly "enforcedsulnst the park that bears the t-vInl >rutf ItaptUt Ill,torkl l MH-Utt)' and A tIIt'r. the uu-otimt to order HP lntraduce! aeyItet.

retied to the barns of tne Chicago a I the parents for failure to send chU-rtum'k name Little >M. Brad ran HaittiM 1'tlbllrsunn' ,t -letl ('. i.;. iMwin.tn. of the rirsl Mvlh

,gaining company. Jackson boulevard their children to school! and against Icy[ a gruuildaiiKliter of the ,lead! brio: riHU's ..'.."I"n8.. of a l'f.'lIl11ll1ltr1c'harllC'ttr uJIt (chinch\ lIu I It..S the rouvontkrau r

Franklin street. Another large the chlldrin who fail to obt"the pulled the kttkrn\! cord wb it. UI\\Iit'J and mostly! dwoicti to the pi'll,) "I', I'rvitldent Maddox then Inirtnluctd .

ig came from Cincinnati. Nearly rules" to view the handnomo tnoil.uu-ul press ututluii of reports and general tiovt'rnor Tt"rr"II, wets tuado.liv 4.

we of the whites deserted aftery u Today's Incoming traln,, uhlulo bt a dlllC"III1..lulI" & fires ail4rres of welcome
> reached the city declaring that large number of visitors W take part Than followed t the cluing session of Uoviriior Terrell aaldi 1 w

\\r were not told that there was a -- ,' lu the cert-nicnles the wonui\'i 1 llaptlnl House Missionary "It U a great pleasure for me aj

Ik on here. 'l1ey Take Possession of Chinese Ten Old veterans some w.v'iiv unlfornm 1/(1<'1..thlC"h ocim-iu'd In oin ser. uo\finor of one tit the greatest atate aIn

V. O. Baker one of the deserters ritory by Force of Arms., of gray, mingled with itit> )'UlJn lou last night.YACHTS the union to welcome' tlin delegates
London May 1C.-11 a. in.-It Is reported
iplalned that the two passenger er folk and all made their way earlyto of this ooUtloii. Our only regret r
that Oermsny sax despatcheda Is thai meinlx'r of tbla aatocla- }
Fa in which they were brought to Forrest. START ON RACE. every
cago were locked during the en- force ot troopa aiur occupied Hal ;'hl' municipal officer declared a -- lion U not present so that when you
Chow in the southern portion of the
return homo the state of OeorgU
trip. half holiday fur the occasion and the
They Will Sail 3.000 Miles for Prize
of Shantung, where theytalsed '
[ore than 100 messenger boys em provInce downtown bUlllut'1I1I hou eii closed u.p. of Emperor William. might U talked about all over this
and saluted the German flag!
ed by the Postal Telegraph corny north .m. New York, :May n.-JJ..vrn yachts, country
extensile bay.
Chow is
Hal on an
"llerw In fe paraded the streets today. The river. More than an ordinary amount ot flying (IIIIP flags of three nations, varying .
of the old channel of the Hoang
strikers occupied themselves chief and li enUon Interest was taken In the putadv. which In size from an SI-ton I schoonerto vertlalng I ho r.'l1lt. of the etato
object >
In shouting at nonunion teamsters preceded the ct-renionles. a".llb" bent way to a.rvertta. thane rwtnircc -
a tuition ship, were prepared to
are not clear: It is suggPSed that
Tallman and Henry Coles ; The parade started promptly at Is to let you come and new \
rge extension of her Interests start l.slay from th. 5andy Hook light- '.'
Jibe Is seeking an
negroes, attacked by a mob nt U advantage o'clock and leached the park bran ship at 2.15: p. m for n race of about theta (loorglit, A* )'ou know, U the , .'
in China and taking
ke sympathizers at Fourteenth and hour latrr. 1'hir' streets. tbrnl'a11"bl11 3,00'mill" cros. ihw Atlantic can }oui>K streets today were rescued by of present political t-odlllons, but the parade; tnovt-d bvr* pant was organized a* a sort of elneiuosynirjr ,
e i 1'
explanations eventually' clear up tq 1. i i.r JU.l uu th I Coast 'ot nK'lar11or doh'
may ,* "' likittttiidou snA'rt4 tare bets
police. The negroes hats been rec- -d with people, ;;l a cup and the prUes lf"rrd '
(boo AH havingdriten teams formploers' the situation. in th<* Arriving at the park the mltllnr! b)' the German nuix-ror. ritil;; N > '|iient- Ing elemonary! work ever sine." ;
It Is feared: !that any changes
James (], In.
Mayor Woodward
teaming andserevely took a position imiut'di.Uvly to the was
company coupled up ly noiiie uf the yuchrx entt-nM) In tint :
existing status quo of China (roduc<'d and welcomed the ilet t Mon
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e beaten incident art of the monument ocean rftcv. will aUn. nail In the rare
ludo China
'he ]possibility of a tleup of all the with the recent the war rib The ('.ceremonies(- 1\1I with an In from laver to Heligoland for' another .behalf of the city. IU was roundly
y buslines In Chicago!,; Including may seriously complicate oration hy Itt. Uev. Thoinaa .' Oall cup offered/ by Kmpcmr William! mid, applauded HS lim r.
irals, grew more definite at a meet ; uatlon or, hhhllil uf Tentie'*'''' General H one at least l will) tke> part In tli*> regatta After paying a IIluwltlte! tribute ta S

today of ITesldent Shea of the Report Doubted at Shanghai. T. Carno maile a brief >;....('b, !Rlvliifi at KIrid, Cf!
tsters' union' W. J. Gibbons the Shanghai May 17.-The rumored a history of the nionuiiii ut. ll<'' was The rsc, which will start today, l I- \\\..siwar4| rontlniH-d, w

Ella agent of the Cab and Liver) landing of German troops at Ha Chow roll'lw" by (!i>nrul (ii..rlltp \\' ilor notable for the variety of build and. "It 'Is thin spirit which harntonU**

>n Drivers' ualon and reprentnta and KlangMi' near the lout"t'rn borderof don. who delivered the Jloalory! ml rig uf Die v >. ..-U taking; part In It. and frati-rnU every interest which.rr..t. d
a of the Un-rynif"n" and finder the province of ShauRtun. it very dress for the greet distance. to bet nailedand . .. our prosperity.| It U this spirit ,

its' associations. doubtful. The rumor possibly prig General (i >r)y severe weather, that may which wt no otlt-u not In many of

nk Amberg. a prominent liver tasted from the presence of a Jennan to with nurkc-d at n"on a 0.1 ln,, b,. rncoiinteretl. and from the: fact our ilUlsnt elites. '

ir, left before the utber members, gtinbont In the harbor on a surveying glowing!: fiii.(lf. of the "\\'ljurd of the that It affords a lest of ti.'avtly.liullt. "Our mployrs--tFi '" e-rarninc y'cirs.

Ins that he. for one! was not t'111t'dlt I tlon.' addl. were r"lwaplI| 'heered, ocean icing craft.Yaehlsrn .- are honest, roiiservattv" '' reliable. ,

to allow dictation as to wheroIrivers Mayor: J. J. U'llllatti then accepted "n regard, It as a move loward t"nin-owuu| and bunn.lnIDC pets. "M
should (carry passengers PRINTERS WANT"' SHORT HOURS. the statue' un behalf uf the city ul! the rats.Il/uttun/ of a more seaworthy "pie( t>iir rmploytrrs art eonhiderale.Ulwtal .

lat he would disregard the rule :Memphis and (he rerrmonies were type of cetttl In Interantlonal end fair niltnlrd tJ."n.1th

unions that no carriages should The Chicago Employers However Will liruuglit/ a close, rave. In the place of the racing nis such a roitiblnatioii strife and titter

owed to unload passengers at I Refuse Their Request The stable nnvelleft toirsy i Is% the chines which have foutste for tb* nests .r.. einilni| srrlkes are very

ycotted stores, Chicago. May 17. -Th* first sklrm work of C. .:. Nlehaiis.: or New York, Anlb"rl'a'1(1.. Infrequent and rlot.'iig and rebellion'

H members! of the llverymen'i ish In a. fight! fur au 5 hour day Is on It is a large equestrian stelae and ---- art p ,*/ltlT.,ly Itn"hll...."."

flee A. II. Terrrgo, J, O. Sun! between the job printers and their rm eta cast In Parts .trt"r coaiplei. C.'olul1-1 l l John Txmpl nr.", '. war '

tad Harvey Rilgerton remained Inaeo pc.'l'u.Conful'n: log the male$ .In ,New: York the s ulp BOWEN MAKES HIS REPLY. the nest speaker lutrodurnl: by .',.*l- i

with Hhea and Gibbons fat wilt culminate this at tor went to the French t".pu.1 and --- dent' Mattdo' Colonel (}raves was

mUe time In the hopes of avoid teroun In a meeting of a commit '*! personally tiprlatende' the cornpl Minister te Venetuela' Gives HU 11at.. greeted with| .pptause' ,

'lockout or a spread of the drlvtrike. the Typographical unnin' and! the Chi lion of the work. ment to Secretary Taft. Colonel' Craves psl
tuG< Typothata Therearo 2,4'rf. ------ - \Va. tilngton. May Ir'-Minister IVow. to the pilgrim I writ, first set foot

employing livery men vainly Job printers in Chicago, and they compose Fire Loss Over f200.000.OOO. en called on Hecretary Tan today rod 0" New Kn*)*, d still a. he stepped ,

,"on-d to induce 'resident Hheas the advance guard of all unlo New York May 17- Tb., pbenoutenal pled bis' atatement ('n ratty l to A.- from ttie Mayflower, II. then paintN

fellow ulblonints! to permit tb, printers in this country, who are MM-U aDd sa( gertng: losses Innicted upon ,titan( Secretary"*>tn\t'\ d &ra"., and a contrastfag ,,1 tlJr. o( tb. asa- rt

of passengers at the boy cot, log to evtabllsh\ tb.- eight hour cork the fire l Insurance ''companies of the .1.-, tearing upon (be eft.,... agsioxtMr f'.l.,.,* veteran at the cloo of Ibe

e.*' The!! labor leaders flatly day by- Jan 1 of next y *ar, country by the great 'conflagrations<< ol I/"nuU, bleb b* traasmitl.d 'lo war and Iol4 of his wonderful artilwvennia mag4j

to deviate from the stand Uk They hate a plan of gradual rt-duc 1><>I an<<OS were ..rnphr.lard. at the the oiflMaU ber. )Jr. ttoen Informed > star. > ,
Inlt such delivery.] tlon of hours which pruvldr fur lh. thirty-ninth meeting of
shortening of the tithe: by 20 minutes board of Ore underwriter ID the iCu irn file In t law state department of cr Slam McCarmlt. of N"w York. reoimiied <

,t Feared Being "Slugged every thre months until neat Janu teal Ufe bulldl... It WM *bow that lain "papef in the ra-. Tb* papers tit the. a .
u were. real for and wer turned over Ires44nt Parry, of the '
axy. Llllt flr lifm In Ibe-l'nttH fKaUe la aaeuel.Uoo. ;
o. May 17 -Wrtckiayer Chlcaicc* Toe employers mill rx a.k..d tol; 1>OI amounted to the enn. mons total *labor headquarters m
place of the fYdera to sgn. to this propo ltoa. but tt UJ.U'.O, an lncf>... "...r I>i3 ol will return th/c. papers f* abort was 4* ur4 formally 'F'
e routine
Labor has ben invaded b) request will be dented ,u.lu.n:. sad that t.<.. ee. Jan. I time with a. statement sbowtog theirrltnll.racw. opened cad ready for .".ID....

tad March 1 of this there < .. .
yesr wen
Ice who, 1:14'bad vn taken Dillon remit men IB wen thafter Mr. Bryan Asks $%.5<00 Fee. setwa fins iDfllctlfig es.aet of more It teems tb*.* papers .*,. sent t/> Oat tt, XX} U awardMoniumery N.;"....

New Haven. Coon. May 17 -WI1 than Uf tlOOO escb.learner the stale dttPArtllt DI some Ifnie ago. AI.. May 17.-The adjouut -
driver bad
a nonunion hate JenolDgs byes aU mi, a r.. r Their etaurt nature l. not known, but general mailed t<. Cmptaia Roi. a

Ogged.w tarn to the proO te e that be wo"iM meet the san eouat a. adcuielHrator of the eetati Is Fi.ateda' Ills l pi>*rs f.,>jD4 .Iry Mr 1\\.,.... at Crar *- of blou*.lf sad bl.* m.a for the trip ,

.C 3. CarUrrom! the wood of the late rNW> 8. ften& tt 1'11. H Jack* .nvt)>, Fla.. May 1T.-TU. .4 ronaected: with tb* cbrtgesaloud to Dvcslar, week before last, ekes bwa .
..bou lofted, It ts alleged ... ...., which
tate bad a vslo of 1291OrO, with $C7, toornag'rov.4 there. salt by lb.. got er.or with a pro 3*
rbas I. 4 John: Hitter
ami early Mon4sy f 4Sw
(000 yet to b* received from lb. arm visional company from Hlrmlognam to
.. rat his throat? IT* died! t.clater of &*B&.tC HUD 4 .tqr! to p
at a bospttal. ravleftb .. of which Mr B..&eu was a etnbr rvgtrt*red from Norfolk fir te.aarola Wsbrtgtoa. May IT --A mae rill b* tiled from mob vtoi.ne., if there a
aafcmi. Millennia .* )fr. liryaa sebmlt.C: a but of IZXXfor nary yard, .1th IOOOO us of ease.' said his, fc.. n* .a. I> .1.1 to.'I..S.; was an attempt of nvr*. Tt rolls

ttw men t on the list of tlwMA tc rrteet.. Tb- !I.c'c*. field 'toll hl>. was p t;.-4 off last ft'cbt b y the an Italian, WM arr..f t.yryftg ,.,,,U(:.,.., bow bat sen' 4ay.' .."Je., wer*
IIrJ'ed" of whom Cartatrom wa W Mamba II Jl las. a,.-tbr "ea .... 00 t/optlb. wble! : to tvi<. sa .
the estate, a ronll g m tae termslo a r..ii.*r", cad tit! tftr were TS
w1U. anMXBKted to 1212.(> wl. A beet way Roe l.. owat r Lb. Amer traare at (be rear door of the WT I(. officers an4 wn, The pay I. 1514.12, t.,,

'fact that ke was to meet tbCarUtrow lag epos" tb* strro Jtr war set for If a) teat rrjll r( oip.ay, T tag s.sert IIoIIM He- .s- rktf ..p at Ib* po so preyed wpoa )f.t will HtH I the vessel for isee, tatkxi It tank all '
2%. . . .. taco (o plate biro for .4'14e.U, nfl.t.a.l. Sal traj *.
bat b. oat a letter Itwtifll2. '
ntad g. .
a ft ------ la a eel i
porfttlon wtil ruehs total
s ...It; aco ..,.UltU.al b' Peiae.ed at Well.". '... ftV.re. ...*** Is A ptafeU.Wa ...CJO J "CI' to

'..0 f.ne.t b/ -.llIc.ra' 'add Wateneron, May IT Coat Csfat. *. Lens OMstsrs/ O* * tear of his IfIP., a!- poisoelB .bam alUk l Vt p"tA 1
.botls Mt.s4.4 'M ....4t.CofkoTC., t*. Rm,)aa aaabaa Vr. has tActsJJy .w York 17 'L... gAsd.nlpiey.4 MIHI"'HI/ Odd FeHe*. Melt.Jaclsna. .
.4 iafomt. the vr" *..'.tasH*. gaiof Mis, ., *fa 17 .. t1see
Must Attend * .. lily 17, '- oftttfcitr knot, toss of Worth. 12 BM* frost Water evna.st A* sppntarae.t.f ft.,. . tt... bate tune as a .*rt*. %. *rrvU( r. tb. eliy Ibis Utroio
Live d si,1, tow*. PbyIe1aaS wresadmaae.4 ff1M Row .. .ma>.*.Mar '" !b.. relied ' 1rb es -....... lie tea ....Wfl4'<* M* Revwrw
slppl i.ru4 ladle .
r..pea4. OI'tt.
Ira sy.apatbY wftbtarok. for. .nl"J' Ion!"' and tM-.trt: iM wen rr 'oc U. |.. sal... TN a.arbyehelatm
ttettt Mat tb* slyotat.al is ..WMy.trail. eC OW yellows. ..'kft........ rsc.tiTrr.is .
anti .. 19 be $Jtsg LM .fnuw plasaf'atly
ant a, ba 4eat; .tt b asipeadt4 acea. of steer .-1 I
Clay .d.rtq. I.. lb. pvq.1aL .... to ll eiailo* 4IC ttba 4ayst '"
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FLORIDA :MAY 18 1905 '

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.... AdTlrr to Follow If They :Mad A HOPELESS
t... the \\'rd.. t. > x

WARM AS WEATHEP Very few people are aware bow much

LEMON ELIXIR barm is done to )'<>ung uien by the al- It is as impossible Blood to conquer Poson-W1th the king Mercury of . ,. ,:
most universal habit of cigarette smok diseases-Contagious

,,y Hot Debate on the Creation of 'ing. The man who smokes cigarettesbaa and Potash as it would be to conquer the w .
Is of the forest in a handtohantencou ter. -
and -
in hiM mouth continually king -
one always
New County of St. Lucie. REGULATES THE Inhaling nicotine until the system as thousands who have had their health ruined '

LIVER, la Baturatc-d with the poison. and lives blighted through the use of these mm-

1t FINALLY PLACED ON CALENDAR 8TOJUC1I, The result of thin practice Is a ca- erals will testify. They took the treatment faithfully -. , ,

yt BOWELS, tarrbal condition of the nose, throat only to find when it was ,left off, the disease ""- ..' .'
r irritable returned with more power combined with .
>KIDNEY and bronchi a disordered and very
Bill to Create Bloxham County Passed such as mercurial rheumatism
state of the nerves a weak and the awful effects of these n 1 IS
Senate--School for Blind Haalta ApR rapid action of the heart and Indigestion. of the bones, salivation, inflammation of the stomach and bow .tI
-proprlationsAllowed-ArmoryCtatms' The inventor of the famous "TER- When the virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters the.blood it qm.. K

Lout In RELL SCRAPE a man known wherever Thin nnaernlr. weak with clammy : laminates i every drop of that vital fluid, and every muscle, nerve, tiss-it ,u
1 Adjournment. bands stained with nicotine poison unstrung bone becomes affected and soon the foul symptoms of sore mouth and n" It

Tallahassee May 17.-The Senate plows are sold and Died, says : nerves nod degenerated muscles copper-colored blotches falling hair _and eyebrows, swollen glands ,.,

4 convened at the regular; hour yester the youtb of the land go on Ignorantly etc., make their appearance. Mercury and Potash can only cover up se
day. suffering the consequences of a evidences for awhile; they cannot cure the disease. S.. S. ,S. has for UldJlV
bate used MOZLEY'S
?+' The bill to create St. Lucie county ELIXIR for 10 'or' IS year In tny pernicious ImMt until attacks of heart years been recognized as a specific for Contagious Blood Poison-a pt ,..,'t
prostration melancholia antidote for the deadly virus that is so far-reaching in its effects on the '\
rl from a portion of Brevard county oo. family for the tom <3b. liver and kid- trouble nervous
lie,*. and find It In the bent medicine I etc., bring their condition to the em. S. S. S. does not hide or mask the disease, but so thoroughly 'mdTurpentine
oupled a great portion df the mOrnIng bate ever uaed. It U also euro neclflo attention of the physician. completely cures it that no signs are ever seen agt1n; '

4' session as a special. order of the day. for pain In the back or under the If a man must 'nioki--nml vre admit S. S. S. while eradicating the poison of.the disease

n. While the bill was under discussion a ,boulder. I bar recommended U In the charm of the? habit to those who sss will drive out any effects of harmful mineral treat.

motion to adjourn "a. made and with. DUmeroaa case* to my workmen when have become :mvuitonied' to Its soothing ment. A reward of $1,000,00 is offered for proof
lek and unable work aid it hueIways -
drawn after which several bills were to Inthlt'n"l'" -h.t him choose! n mild that S. S. S. contains a mineralingredient of any-
iflyen perfect sallf action. II. D.
is introduced and the Senate adjourned TERRELL. Prealdentlaanta flow clear nnd pare cortiilii set times for In. kind. Treatise with instructions for home treatment and any advice wished,

until 3 p. m. Co.. Atlanta... dulging. It he puts u certain restraint without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.

When tbe Senate reconvened at 3 p. upon himself from the start In the matter ,
of amokluK.: he will not overdo It.
m. Senator Hudson resumed his argument MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR.
and there are few men who can smoke
e 'In the St. Luole county bill.
more than three cigars\ a day 01thoutInjury.
t An amendment to leave the question Attention !
.-:Med Ira: I Brief. Operators
to a vote of the people was lost.
The bill was finally placed on the
1 Had to Ward Off Old Age.;
calendar to take Its place among the Eighteen
After an ... Years The most successful of wardingoff
bills under the bead of third reading
: O. F. Visits Gainesville.
the approach of old age is to maintain
A bill to>> require all the legally) qualified
O. F. Roux of Union B. 0., Is in the a vigorous digestion. This can be
1'i of the of Pensacola
voters oily to
register was passed 81 to 1. city on a visit to his brother, Frank done by eating only food salted to your The Standard Naval Stores Company of

Roux. Mr. Roux was reared in age and occupation :and when any disorder
On motion of Senator Adams House
Gainesville until a man. when of the stomach take a Jacksonville Florida
young appears are now prepared to
Bill No. e5, by Mr. Johnston of Pasco, ,
be left to seek "new fields and pas- doje of Chamberlain's Stomach and
a bill to be entitled an act requiring
tesehers'summer training schools aDdm..ID. Lures green." This Is his first visit to Liver Tablets to correct it. If yon havea contract with independent. producers and

f Gainesville In eighteen years, and lie weak stomach or are troubled with
appropriations therefor, was
read second time by title, third time In expressed great surprise ,at the commercial Indigestion, you will find these tabletsto will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin. and
development In the city. be Just what you need. For sale by
fall and passed unanimously.Tbe
"There was only one brick building all druggists..
Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jack-
i bill providing for the division ol ; -
In Gainesville when I left here he-
Holmes county and the creating of I
remarked, "and that building was the sonville or Fernandina. Free of
,. Bloxham county, to be the western storage,
store occupied by George K. Broome.I .
end of Holmes, divided by the Chootawahatchee A. KaxlUh: Trifle a.Tb.e the Two
knew that, Gainesville was growing, Coocot Be Llalte insurance or commission charges. We
river came up aDd after are
I but had no Idea of the broad extent of There Is little room In music for'b\i->

2 a thorough.explanation was passed by : Its Improvement. You now have mor and no room at all for wit. When also prepared to make liberal advances. In-
to '
a vote of 21 to 8. The Senate's action
buildings which woold be a credit to I bear some one speak of the wit of a

was also ordered Immediately I certified any city, and _I am proud to see my old Chopin scherzo I think "My friend vestigate our methods of shipping in tank

to the House. town forging ahead. you had better see doctor at on'to.

An amendment to the appropriationof Mr. Roux Is now engaged In the icemanufsctnrlog you are slightly I deranged mentally." cars-it will save you lots of money. For"
4100,000 for the Deaf Dumb and In association with words there can be

Blind school, placing the sum at 173000 ,. business in Union, and humor In i!iuNie. as, for example: the further information apply to
old friends ,,11b.\ glad to know he Is
low Ilnndel I
'f was carried and the bill passed prolonged note gives to
prospering. Union is a thriving manufacturing Polyphemus) vlicti lie auk for a bunUred -
and ordered engrossed.The .
)5l town of about 9,000 Inhabitants ivcdi fut lay liac-l.Iuli mouth." .
regular. order was then taken up the principal industries being Hut the humor of Haydn and Iteethoven -
and a number of new bills introdoeed. STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO.
cotton and knitting; mills. In their hstrutneutalworks consist .
The new Jacksonville charter bill wa..Ined .
Friends of Mr. Itoux are glad to renew entirely of practical Jokt'a
by the Governor. acquaintance low C on the bassoon a born passage

c The armory bllljcame: up for discussion which no horn player can ever baSte Jacksonville Fla.

and was being discussed when Chamberlain's Cough R.m.dy the to play, a bu* who enters a bar too ,

the Senate adjourned until tomorrow. Very Best. soon or too late. The late Harold Fred- ..
eric summed the beauti
up question
d 'In the House.
"I have been using Chamberlain's fully. He said to me one day when I

X11 Tallahassee May 17.-The House convened Cough Remedy and want to say It is bad not laughed at one of his stories: THE EVERETT HOTEL t

1 t at the usual hour. the best cough medicine I have ever "MuslclatM have no sense of humor. ,

The Joint committee on the East taken" says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant When 1 was' a ,young: man touching

Coast Canal made Its report and favored of Marian. Mich. There I. noluestlon negatives In a pbote'lrltpbpr's1dlo' I 235 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Centrally .

granting further time for the about Its being the best, as Itwill was very musical. I bail notes In my

I, work A supplemental report by Mr. cure a cough or cold In less time voice that couldn't be found In any <'att'd, thoroughly repaired and renovated. Newly foralshed.
piano In our parts. I bad no sense of
Noble opposed the extension of time. than any other treatment. It should European Plan.
humor. Afterwanl! developed a sense
House Bill No. 8:. an act to create anew be In the house for
always kept{ ready "
of humor and lost my voice. -London HM: :: & sON
school book commission, "e...WII instant use, for a cold can be cured In Saturday: Her lew. Pro-pri..e-tnr,
4 made a special order for Monday, May muoh less time when-proniptly treat -
ed. For sale by all druggists. r
2WTh Warning.You 1
act to provide annuities to disabled LINE ..
soldiers and sailors, and wives of In Memorlam. cannot have good health unless .

a deceased soldiers and sailors was Entered: Into eternal rest, on the your kidneys are sound, for the kidneys ,

r amended and passed, the bill providingthat evening, of May 7th.' 1006. William Biter the blood of impurities which : I

any soldier who enlisted In the 3assell of Island Grove, aged 60 year. otherwise act as irritating poisons and : ;f'

l Slate troops, and Is now a bona tide This simple announcement of the breakdown the delicate organs of the f't

resident ot the state' shall be entitledto close of a long and u.efullif. will thrill body and cause aerlous trouble. If you .

a pension. with regret a wide circle of friends and have kidney or bladder trouble and do 11' ., -

Several pension bill. were broughtup acquaintances who will remember him f hoe use .'01..,'. Kidney Cure, you will ."... )
have only yourself to blame for rev : .
and pai.e and and shall sntu, a* It positively cures all forms of : ,tl
After several amendments! to thechild sunny disposition, we "
labor bill it was ordered to be miss him and sorrow to think that In I kidney and bladder diseases. Sold by 'i ) J, VV. MoCollum A Co. TRI-WF7FLY j. ,ijJack8on.vtl1e
ti engrossed.The his life we shall sow his face no more.Let .. S.A.D.IN"GB:
-- --
t )House adjourned and met at 3 'those who loved him and would I Better Tfc_ It,. Ow.. UETWEXNQncl s, ,

' p. in., when the appropriation bill was meet him again cherish to their soul's. They went_ discussing tbe factor New York, jp

taken up. good the memory of his devoted life II which make for success In tbe world Calling at CHARLEtiTOX. 8. O., .both ways. ,1.>.'fr.fl"

A burglar alarm costing $750 was and think often ot the shining example when the knowing young man said& : the Finest Steamship ia the Coastwise Service .

' ordered for the Treasurer's otllce he has left for those who follow after. I I Icier.'. nothing like foree of cnaracter. Clyde New England and Southern Lines "
Now there Jones Bur to
amendment He lived to a good old the
An was offered! to appropriate age past '
make his way In the world. 11. a Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE "'
130.01: ) for the two encampmentsof four score, reached the s"net side of BOSTON' and lIt 1
will of his own. yen know. PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points, '
:State: troops fur the next two years )life, and, as the Sabbath light was falU i -But Brown baa something better ha Calling at Charleston both ways. : "

r which passed'after some dlsWsston.A lug Into evening, his earthly life ended : hla favor.What's.". S JTCTWl T-"' .li1EBL: Y B A TT..T1'qGStJ'<

bill to have all city and town board and he yielded up his spirit unto God ''I thatr"A EIoatbboD... ...... . . .. . . . .. ....From lAt...' Wharf B:>e&oA \' .
l meetings held openly also a bill rev who gave it. leaving to his children a will of hU UD "'.," NortbbooD4...... ............ from Foot of Catherine it., Jackaoq 1.

carding drains, etc., were passed to blessed heritage.The rIi' .

their third reading. toil that a parent could leave, A Good Suggestion. Clyde St. Johns River Line

s v '. A bill introduced to provide an the example of an unspotted life spent I Mr. C. H. Walawrightof Lemon City :

eibtbit at the Jamestown exposition, 10 the service of God, he was a consistent .*. i Fla.. ha written the manufacturersthat Ht..n .J.ACKOONVI..R and A.NKOMD
t' House member of the Baptist Church and results obtained Stopping PmUtka, Astor St. Fnu.c. BeresfonJ i adjourned to 10 a, ta. tomorrow. : much better are Landing on ft. Johns River. .

.t; was an humble Christian. lie was a I from the ue of Chamberlain's Colic Steamer "CITY OF
V.ry-Cr.dltabl. noble representative of one of Caroin I, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in

I Job. *'* beet families, a good 01&....., a eases of pains la the stomach,colic aDd appointed tosallaa follows: Leave JACKSONVILLE Bandars, Tueadav.. ',,_
The", pavement around the court kind neighbor and an exemplary Chris- J cholera tnorbas bJ-a.aI.IDC it ia hot water and Thnrrfays. 330 p. m. U.'orDlcg.l.u. SAN FOItD Mondays. a,
hou... .been \\e4nesdays and Fridays, 1:5) r
ha andit a. m.
quare completed ; Iso gentleman, aDd we feel that we s. hot as can be drank. That when ao.uw..t. ..
has the app.*ratwe of being a moet I have the confidence to believe that fc. t I taken in this the effe. t I. doable a...u.. SCIIKLJCLK VertMkeoa*. ; '
way I
sae excellent Job of work, the brick beings' i. now numbered with the salnte fa ID rapidity "It seems to get at tae Leave it:fill pm ... . . . . . . ..Jacksonville.Palatka ... . . .. ..Arvin Hee.4*. Z'am. :t.
laid t:45PDa .... . .. . . .. . . .
m a thorough manner The lawn .. ...Lan s fl0
glory' everlasting, A Faian. h .. .. Far :: pat
right spot instantly. t. Astor .. . .
on either side of the walk will tHoplaRt..s KaptUt \Ytta.*4 pleat. copy. I I sal, by .U d tun'-" t a0 am. . ...... . . -" .St. FraM..".. ..... .. .... .... ...*.... 2:00 IsIOpII&: .,.

and the whole will add much -.-.-- - ......-...- .-.-.-- -.----- -- _. .-- -. _..__..._.-.---------" . . . . EeresfordSaaford(DeLaad) . . . .. -. .. IJlXJJ1'131 pas '
F to the appvarane of the The .Arrh..o am. . . . . . ,
square. .. . . . . . . ...... 1:31.. !
work .' &. duo by J. IJ. Williams and for .. __ lOOO_ am. ...: _...._. .. .... E. rpriM.... .. . . .... 10a3am, .?

he x did it w..U, County Commissioner Gt"t-ERAL PAB9. A.lD T1C1CET OiTICE. m W. BAY: ST., .JACKflOSmLLg I'
t Tedrtek had general supervision' AversGood r. K.I twxxt0cczn. -- '"
of the work ) W, G.UWtta.Jr ......,za.....aaa. Ge& r- au ices lttrJs...m.tai..aa. "
and he I. certainly entitled U to Bona Co. P.LOVELl.................. ,
to much credit for the watchfulcare .'! .= tT taw'r'ls.t..f .' .ewTart we.t. JNkNavtSto J'1a. ""i.
he any .cdJdn "JJ'1.AO: Ui .c.OE.\.. cLTDSsrr .. lira a x.wTA,,. Z\"
1 gate detail\ .
every of the coo.straction ,.. W.lL r. CLYJ> .k CO ,,\('
\brouCboQ\ Bnt n m ronf.t'. Genital 1utap.. o.JK'ft1 Itte .f;';" ;
Ve..w-ta 11e.el.g.II toe......$..Tern .. .

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Is the Sum Nan Patterson Will Get NOTICE Ix hereby given that the following Irsorlbcd land. ltum-, ijlntt sad belna la the
SCHOOL BOARD HEALTH GONE ? For Returning to the Stage Glut of Ualuext tile In the county Of AI".hIJa.ln the Slate of "II>,'Id", will toe sold .( publtouv.on. + '4
In front .,f the court bonds door on Mon.Ur: the Mb day of Juno. A. i). Ivxxs..tO lD v t
=Xw York. May 17.-Lvon Hers yule.. Alachim count.*. Flnrt.... or MI much. wtil: i h.. neAeiutarr to par the amount due abe Cttr
representative of A. of U..ln.,.irlH<' for tuxr for the year loci herein "i>i>oaii 8 l.> the some. torf'''thr with oos
Hurtlg 8t'amon.t ot.-al..nd. "<1verti-u>m.>nt. T. 'I I KLJ.1S. T.. CoJl <9ior. a
Cosiness Transacted After- Doctors Have __ __ __ _
at the Last AcknowledgedTheir :\ w York theatrical' mar n':-I-B. said _. ----

Regular Meeting. Fa ire, We Say G. F. P. that his firm has secured .i \\'o-.t'nr ---\\H ECRII'TI.f.2 !! 1
f I i.
Will Positively Cure-Your contract with Nan' l'attE'r1I'r+ i her : : 1) ,,.

appearance: In a few we \u'n! their __ Nth I 1 IEPORT OF COUNTY TREASURER Money Back if it Doesn't. theater here and later a.th! one of I'IT7lklgb.nry! .tut.t'A :3L I'"r.r'. "tl'n'ne""IU'; "I l1 N t .. 4
Uensey tlNwlI .... I..t In .w \'In.' ..r M. K Hai'.lat In .w ttalner. '
i It'. a pretty hard mutter. in these their road coiupantea. .11.,.. ld rt t.t' w bf VIII "Q A a near I'nner'. 'I'' :
.: lows a Balance in Fund of 472410. day -to make a tick, de..pairmc woman :Mr. liorgo; said the contract provided 1.Utlt'n tt.tneartlls. In awl . ...... 1\ It' Cl l4 r
A. A. 'lJaskin. .. . ..... ,.
t 111. Ibrter.Addltlonli.Inn*'tfe.: 1\ Id jot IU ,
Teachers Are Paid for Service: to believe that there" i I. really one remedy for a sliding srnlo uf rvnvnn. :niton, beginning JObDIuwlI . I.t ":;. Il.rter. A..IIU..nU.III..tII. > '. ?
which will positively cure thovdUeaaea and J.11'CUher. . t.u al -e cur at A J. Conto'" 10' 10 IJ.... .',
high tap down
I County-Warrants for Other Pur- and .akn"fI't"" peculiar to very i.im lit ",n'" AAdttlnli.lneuvstlr.. amt run w 34J ttI. 1
as public curiosity le-ut'n,1 i liNt salary ., point or herlnnlnr. 'MD.'to run D Hal n. w r.I'I. > )s i
|,i 'jppseav-Itemized Statement. thecex. She hits probably "docinrrd"until II Let ,t A e 110\1 r t to tt"I"nhlll ... ......... 1\ w at I.0 .
< : purse and patience are both ex at first according to IU-IR. will .1. \". Duke . .. ... ....In e'r ur It 1\. ..?wn's Ad..Iblu."ylll. IQ'. I+,
Below haunted-ha tried first one reputedremedy be about i.soo per week" whi'h.m ... 17. ,... fi.t 111. .'''nn'' hub-lt.irtoa a 11) at 4 9r.
are published the official
pro- Estate of W.1oo." Ez.h', I'un, .t nw our .t e't of It.,. Ingramv'Anikkintsatne.lde
Neediogs of the Board of Public! Injjotroction after afl\thf'r--but always be for several weeks. An .\11lhorIIannounl't .t run a h" ft n kfl.. W loll' n. .0 '- .
with the result Failure . . .. .
same -and if > of r. to l.ettnntng. a to to) 3 11\
:. of Alachua county for the are one of these, we address Ult'nt parts she Is to appear -I Mareur E,1.1. ..Lotr a \0 e 't r', or loi ;. urlorln"t( surrey Cain.. tirllle
you youin in was !issued: Mond:t\ from the I .... .,.... 1\ II> II) tw a 1
meeting held on May 2, 1905: sympathetic confidence." ,o.'MlIIF.Iaho..a'4t.; . ,. .I.utIC.Vrltrhr \.II'h.nU"h'.U. .. .. a I.) a) 113: k
G. F. P. (GerstleV Female Panacea) office of her (counsel Mr. Levy. 1\1..1. 1{. Hull .... ... .i't4 I..t t. 1\:1: 1I....,. '.. .I."I.'n Ualner,iU..
'. Financial Statement of the Board of is no new, untried reparation. It ha. The royalty from the "..il.of her Hein of Hull a l'ulP'111.. llnA.hy I 1J11teAw .. .... a I.) A' 4 11ft r

Public !Instruction Alachua County. stood the test of year and has cured book: will be considerable unless It ls 1I'11lIl1S. .... . ..(.0& 11. H8 11-: fin{"'r'. Addltto,,U.InorvjUe! . 1 (10 W 1 tttlHeir.
thousands. In ca... of prolapsus of UuU .t l'lIn.
Florida for the Month Ending (falling of the womb), irregular, pain. too long withheld.English Igtegs of. .Hull.. .."a. .Cum.RIIIlIl" ... .1.0& III',. II 1. Ih!. Hoerr'" A.I.Utlt U..ln..nlU. 4 10 U 15) tItelrr

May 2, 1905. ful or suppressed ported, ovarian Officer Arrives at Capetown. .. .. but I. U I. II I. 1&1...... A.\.IiLl..nU..hl....,1:1.: .. . I 10( :tt> I 110
troubles, etc, it hall no eqnal. You 11..1.. of HuU .to; Cummtnrs 1
lion. 8. II. Wienges- Clerk Circuit don't hare to take our word for it, Capetown. Cape Colon)'. May 17.- . ...(.c>& a. II I. It t. H..er's -\d"ltl..IIII..ln.lUe I It) t! t '5 n
_ \V. J. Hunter .. ...lot U. 111..1\. W. K. 'l'hm.",i' A.hUtl..n a, tieUslnc.vlie
Court County. Fla. either-gvt a one-dollar bottle from Lord Selborn. former fliM lord ol . .. t ,Id W 10t".t1. P
Sift In compliance with Section 2, your druggist, use it carefully as directed the British admiralty, and the *licensor ' Huwood aA.ofi..1.utJt .'H" hII'. I.ortcr'r AQUlttou U.I".III.. ( .. h W III) a.M
1.U.ofliS .
[ Chapter 4332 Law. of Florida then if you can conscienlioutly o Lord Mllner: aa li'ch! . .
we hereby 'ulllml" 1. A. Wuo.l. seo'y r.o' ::11'. 'n'.r'" Addition Untnea a 1\\ st t to ;43,
file with the say you have not been benefited take stoner In South Africa, amvi>d Julia. Jobtu.un ... ..S... lot 11\ 113. I' I. Hel"'''. AddittunUrlue.rtllo 1 Ill I al :3 tMlIh
you following Itemized 11I.lltyand
.. .. .
the empty bottle back to the man who .A.S.Jerry I.Mute.11a1.hrurh'sAAAttlunI.Inr.vtUe; a III at 1 en
;' financial! statement of the moneJ'n3elnd bold it to you, and he will instantly received an enthUAfav: i u.'It'norReplying A. W. I.ebthlon ... Lut ulkl..1, a hv..t Malt.treet a ..:.I.r....
the' Hefrlaerat.w C.. 1 IO/t. I.y la"1'4..f :01. A. I. II ,
and expended and warran refund your dollar. tnayur'h a.ldnot U A w t.y 1.,1.of J. R E.ItU: ". and .1. M. :.tut- n
U issued daring the month ending If your druggist: cannot supply you welcome! 1.(>r.1 S..I .nne ea': .1 t hr! dt-,.Ired .. n.n. .. . . . ..... .. . it .WHeirh ,
or Wro. IIt'l'IkM""ltlf"
May 2,1906: Rend us one dollar direct, and we will to help all those who ", .. ',...I! nu. ti't . ... ..1.." .n "side or M.nl, .\. WUI1't"b., I oe.ter V
send you a bottle express prepaid. If peace, prosperity and pn .1 .s uf thrcountry. si.. tit tut ur ,,:.0,. K.: C. 1'.u.I. w br lamb ofU.
Treasurer's Report for April. you feel that your cane represents" any I'. Itrametn.el. of ... 1\ W e)
He wnulj not 'ink from 1(01..,.. (01I"n..., llrcwn amt IYlm.rr \V.I' 3 tr\ ,
features and that need ?
April 29, 1905. peculiar you Sarsnn.h M"rlln .,.1.\Io+. "ttA."HU"" U.I.r.vIUe. . . II Id Ot rot
1 Bal. advice, write! to the Ladies' Health taking his share In the i. M.moil, task Herr..of John M..Hule I....'. 11.It.; H 1. It I I. ....,.....'" A.ldblu" U.Ine.riite ..
April last financial Club, care of the Gentle :Medicine Co., fntrufttU: to them. .. I h' .. t tin
report. . . . . . . $ 5588 92 Chattanooga Tenn. and letter fletri...of John M..Uulre 1..14.. Ie t. Hnt.er'. "t'.lIttnn 1.(1'1.11I.( . I ..1.' t t6 y
Reed from \V. D. l>Dickinson I your \\.1'0. tot..II..U .. 14,1.5 1I.'C..r"'a'' (1..ln..wlll", ", a TU ,
I will be answered and the very best advice Saved by \\'. n. o.f'n. ..Cunt. at sn Iron.t.kn hit t. a ut sew .nr ur Sea.a .
collector. . . . . . . . . 2163 12 Dynamite. yy
freely given by experienced and Ta'. \(. K. .'. A run n 1:11Io11\: e %P4 t.t bot.n
Rend from W. D. Dickinson, I i sympathetic women. Sometimes a flaming ell,. i it saved" by d.rv. ot I.n.a..f U. A, i n..r. then alon..kt
collector poll 1903. . . . 9 (1)Ree'd b.lI.nct"y tine to nor.' ..m. II1.n", w 071 f\ yt,
. dynamiting/ a space that the tire can't .. 1."lIm", h..w'4 .. II t,) )" II) till
; from W. D. Dickinson, I I ---- - -"' --- Thomas. 1-tit a t ,....", to' Ia s 0' n0 carol lob lor P. X.
collector, polls 1904.) . . 5S1 Rec'd from W. D. Dickinson I you ft'ela. if nothing but dynamite w x'l' ".a. n the ft 'It begtnnntt$ II Id tll 1,1, sn
Nancy! C. Junes $1500; Hague No. 31, Mlrh.el Hirer." . but n. toner a Addlu""(I.n."lIIo II I..J a ell ,f 1
collector Spec'l Tax Di.' 938 27Reo'd would cure it. 55. T bray of Cal. Msa1et. hh.......... .. Iota. III. IUIl""w'. AI'o1ll1ollll.ln".ylll. a W V 1 II) ,
from Supt. Kelley, I I Emma P. Williams $17.00; JerusalemNo. Msy f:. hu"o"" . ..I..r.. I'url.r'''. A.'dIU..nU.ln.llle. Ito '
Lake View. . . . . . . HO( ) 32, J. B. Wilson $10.00; TacomaNo. hoao.Ga., "My wit. had a veryaggravated fl elr.ul 1. W \'oUl. runt. a n. to"r ur A. N. Laud.' llln ..:... $+
couch which kept her 1I..1".U1. A "UR".I&3" k. 'ilrte.1.' 5 Ian h.
Rec'd from Compo Croom, I I 33, J. C. Jones $4000; Hico No. 36, w ..1.1 ft. II nil ft to "louIM.. 4 Id tU 7 011
tax redemption 56 92 awake nights. Two phy.i<'iaua could heirs, of I.'t'. 1'o t. A atrll' of Irml I.N TI D" "Jtween $1a1e al..t.l ..
W: A. Rochelle f20 00 Four :Mile No. . .
; hoWr'lIlil. tlq.Ol I 1.1 to) I b.I
Reo'd' from Compo Croom, I I not help her ; so she took Dr. King's
Interest State fund . . . 1"38 00 41. T. E. D>Bose $20.00! ; WhittakerNo. New Discovery foreonsumptioncough. 31'. It. ELLIS, Tat ('ellel'tor. i

I 45, S. Ethel; Williams $15.00. ... . ., . ... _.. . 1KU
$11104 23 !, and colds which eased' her cough, gave I II -- - -- 1"JlJS'r..LBLX '''- - -- -- -

Bl'KSEMKXTS.. Incidentals. I her' sleep, and finally cured her." 1000. .'" 1

C. C. Keddiek, Interest $11.13 ; Mrs.M. : Strictly scienttHo car for bronchitis 1
Warrante paid and larrendr'd $4789 48
.- T M. Chaires, interest, $102.33 ; J. H. and lagrippe. At drug store, prtae BOo! H.F.DUTTtN&CO.DKALKKH

$3334 77 Jarvis, sanitation No. 26, $6 ; Henry I. and free.$1.00 ; guaranteed; Trial bottle .

.. warrant No. 5350 . . . 2000 00 Perry, Janitor No. 26, $:!O) ; Henry Perry I I ; IN-

Janitor No. :''6. $20; S. G. Hull fixtures -

-R c'd additional Special Tax $1334 77 for bell No. 15, $2.25: ; First Na. Sea Islac..d Cottoc.

District . . . . . . . . 39, 33 I tional Bank interest $47.55 ; M. 11. .
II I DeLand, incidentals for No. 23, $US 55 ;
Balance . . $4724 10 J. C. Adkins Incidentals for No. 31, Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and! Twine Walrus

v WARRANTS ISSUED. $3 ; H. F. Dutton & Co., repairs for Leather in Strips or Si Jen.

No. 26, $30.40; O. K. Broome, loan for

White Teachers No. 69, $M ; A. W. Taylor plats and Manufacturer of the James Doig ImprovtMl English t

Arredondo No. 1. AM>?* Xetrouer maps, $12 50; Leonard' Guthrie wood ,
Son Island Cotton ( tin and SupplioH for Bnrao.OAINESVILLE
;3 .00; Rochelle No. 3..1. II. Owens for No. 3, $7 50; A. M. Jeffords, attorney .

'475.00 Mary Berkttrelll"r $4U 00; L.- fees and suit No. 11, $53.4O; G. W. {.FLORIDA USA ;

Crosse No. 8, G. M. Patterson $5000. Roland attorney fees and court expense ... . . . .'
Mra. J. N. Thompson $3160: Archer No. 11, $1459; R Hadsock, X.t..b11.ned. 1.87Ut"

No. 10, J. II. Folks $75 00. Geor. attorney' fees and court expense No.

Richardson $3000; Micanopy No. 15: $3 85; S. II. Adams, supplies for Arre :aFOU-TTO &; co.r .

8. Q. Hull $55.00. Mary Dudley $35" '(O, dondo No. 18, $83: ; 1>. A Robertson fjls

I' Sophia Merry $3500: Cool tiprio No. circulating petition No. 26, $4T.; U.

17, Pearl Otteen 31.00; Hawthorn No. Picket il, error in tax assessment. No. : AN":K RS3 t.he. .

'21, 0.V.. Bonner $.5 00, Mane Carleton 23. $1326) ; Mary Hague, blackboardfor

$4000; Antioch No. 2.'. Kiltie \ No. 88. $4 70; J. L. Kelj -

Alachua No. :.!* *!. II.DeLand Ip $100 J. L. '
"' Carleton $30.00; aUry superintendent, ; ....'.1 Me11nr ......._. be and ..u ror."D sad Doelie J:........ }
$:jO 00, Lacy A Newiotne Kelley, postage and other Incidentals, Tb. a.oo av.of .......t>aJi.r...oft*ir.iu.n..anon MirvkaaM a.4 *aarsf '
.. % I ....1.,.. a. .,."..bl. tear ....1.1 ...& ....to rsuls/r euu....... oe w 7,
435.00, Rosa M. May U,') 00; Waldo No.: $7.65; First National Bank interest, I ......lM. -.... U tie. Uttll.d .......

;. '.,. 24, J. H. Coffee $$).oo. Ellen Wallace $1288 41 ; H. H. )lcCrt"ar" ,. advertising

440.00, L Mie May $35 00, Claudia Am. special district No. 11. $9 ; W, II. Robertson Kf'''''''.. In.lae.Absolutely : e
G.A.JN"ES""V-rr.lLE: : 'B"LORTT") A
":' broae $33.00; Gainesville No. :''1J. J G.Kellum commission on special tax,' the ..r... and most ,
'j n'" $25.00:!: .8. E Mcintosh $75 00. $122.87V.::! D. Dickinson commissionon power now on the market.einoomleal All . ... ._ .. __. _.. .. __ ... ... .. ___ ,,___,_ .' __,_,_'__4

.. Mn, C. O Powell $6J.00. Mn. collecting special' tax, $2155; Lln- .'Ices--]> to 20 hor_.. power Write for

;. w. P. Coffey $V) 00. Annie Da- nie Kellonr teacher Cool Spring No. priees, SEA.3 a A.. B, ]D

Uannte Melnto $40. $40.00. Serena Shannon $4O.00, R."n. W sacs.Ch'n. ltd Pub. Inst.
Florence Bali $' 0,00. Maul l Sanehri Attest : J. L. Katutr, 6ec. and Supt. ,

." $40.00; Siroble No. ,,31, J. O. Adklnt/ -. -- -- -_. IF YOU LOVE YOUR . }o"O It. . .

)0. 411000. Bertha Terry $78.00; Cannon Why Suffer From Rheumatism? 4

: :Ko 85, Jeuie Barn $30; High Sprinm2fo. Why tvtttr with rheumatism when. WIFE DONT Savannah Columbia Camden Southern .t.

_ 47, W. E. Bell $75 00. Annie Edward one application of Chamberlain's Pain ,

$37.SO, Leila Cato $37.fiQ. Luella Balm will relieve the palo Theqoiek ROAST HERBy Pines Raleigh Richmond Washington -
Bell $30.00; Oleareland No. ei.1AoDOra relief which this liniment affords ,
:" \ Filde 30.00 Tacoma No. (60, omp.lllof her to bake th. family '{
; makes rest and sleep possible, and that bread I during the hot uraaavr moathi, Baltimore Philadelphia -
: Ruby Hawkina, $SO 00; Newtxrry No. alone is worth many times Its cost. ,

f.: 78, L. W. IHnham $55.00. Fannie Many who have need It hoping only fora Boy jour Vra4 from New York.

: MiMll $35 CO; Hatchet Creek No. 78. abort relief from suffering hare been .Keystone Bakery. ,
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McComb $3300: Rocky
k JoMphin ; happily surprised to fled thai after
Hill No. W. Delia Jolly $2S.OO; Hail awhile the relief became permanent.Mrs. h' a esviag 01 1 time, work and mo.e,.

Ifo. S7, Mary F. Barn $28 00; Willeford V. H.I..Uof Yam YalD.TeD- F,.... Bread h.llreresl Dally Thrt-0 Elegant Trains Daily.

r No 88, Mary Hajme $30.00; Brow No.r' .*.*... U. 8. A.. write "I am a great To aU pane of ,be'I o Cakes.
r'o 89, Eva Fildea $3OX). offerer from rbeaouUsai, mil over I'iM and .van other prodo tou of
\14jJ from head to foot, and Chamberlain's the modern up.0-4aLO Seaboard Florida Limited.
. ; Colored Teacher Palo Balm U the oat, thing that will bftk .bop. ,

{ '.,- Noble 11111 No.5.1111am Madison relieve the pain," For sale by: all H. T. MCnirCIL, l'r.rrl.Ur ..,.....

,$30.00; Liberty Hill No. e. II. C. wit.a druggist __ Bakery. n... IU. Seaboard Zxpress.Seaboard .

51? llama $30.00 Ella Rtohardaoa. $lJO ANHUALEHCAMPMEH -... ... -. -- --. -...- -. ---
,Mount' View No. 8. C. V. Mill $30CO; a

a,/;; :Awher No. 9. R. D. MeUn ".x>.OO. R. V. South Florida to West Florida and E. N. WATERS, Mail

'NsLi /$1a.oo; LaCroae* No. I1J.O. Georgia ever the 8. A. L. .-

wu444 $10.00; PineTilU No. 21, J. B. The sasual.xealon of the Seaboard ;
is: 'Vrilso $13.00, 8. 11. WIUoo ".00} Air u. Railway will be gives May PMCTI CAL MODERN PULLMAN E UI'MENT4.

\ t5fsal.y No. 24: Jennie K. Gaiay $15} 18th aad l th. Train :(c. 34 will leave Tb.I AItOARD FLORIDA LIMITED U. a solid! I *eetlbal.d train, tom '

:' '1icbo No. M. L. A. Aruon $30X10.: Meta Tamp May 16th{ special from lack..cavil. po..d.edwirely of sew fdllmaa *qsp! =ads Oiai&s 0.". DoobU U.lnrr-
.}'H.*r.t $10.aJ; Santa Fe No.n, C. C.t nsoraiag of May 1W, sad PAPER HANGER I oon l U.p.", maurtwta: sad Ot*.rra. ,U>o Car.-ofwrftiln between Ml. Au- s
sad l..boo.UJ.of Co flaw' York via, Wa lil
.: > gtoet leafing $s. Augatia.11,10p .
train No. M
'rota Gal vUl May aid Ja k.. LW. t r3O *
u. daxtly .i ..' < ai>4ay..
IHfc. Tb. following rates frown Csla...

. vUl proper, for retans tlekew Lab House Piintinj Only Line Operating ,
Clt,. $,..h); Live Oek. 7.7.; MadlM. and Decoritlnj.
KWj MoAlteella. ....00. Tallahassee Dally Tbroofh Pullman Sleeper from Jicktonyilla to New Orl' i/it/
4 t A EE AU..Liii UJIO; Qala.". $*W( River Jaa tio., t
praeCaarbt 9* T. aC.o1Or $5X01 Bal *ridp, 45JWXTUaeu a..... N... c.nn.we.. J1a. for fall information and 'Up.ffjr..n.&oa. call o* any, spas lleaboal'd.r'
I. u.e. a J h eneCs + wlU be IIIUd seen days writ.AM.O.Ms.QrslUxaa. !1. O. BOYUiTO5. Ja.

...II..r date of aal... E. O. Coco, 7.U u. of Palau aid Wall Pa". r. ....., Ageat, ,.......' Apa'.
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Qtlt.c = atun .Radical change la., th,.methods of AB E.*tll-b Royal jtanilral"Command.Once Did Tnlafcy i r

running or the concentration' the _
Not only did an EunlUli admiral oncerecelve
Catered ti tbe Post,OfBee at OiLDeedll.,1. educational institution of the Slate Instructions to Incite his men rs

w.eeord-alai so.fmstler. . will hare a more or less demoralizing to mutiny but be actually carried his

effect on the progress Florida I.! making Inxtructlonout.. 1 .
H. K McCRKARY.: Ediior nil PubJJsb r. along this line and tt ia a question On the eve of the death of James! I..

v -, \V. W. ASHLEY.. -. A--*...oci..,.. .t.> lttor.,. \. whether the disorganizing of our colleges and aa a result of Prince Charles mar. ,

JESSE! F. BCKTZ. City Editor would be endorsed by a majority, rlage to Henrietta Maria, Ilucklneham/ ,
if they realized what wa being done. agreed to len the Vanguard and seven -
LOUIS J. PRCMBY. Uen'l Traveling/ Agent.F Even If a central college 'were organized uierchantuie-u to the French. He- i
tore hit. < fulfilled the Ilu
pronilwvu 4 :
M FREW ITT. Supt. ComponlnirRoonia.OFFICE In the al'lgr.phlcaJ'center ol
guenot rebellion at Itocuelle broke out. I
the State with the .ablest Instructor
rl, PORTER BLOCK. and by the time Sir John
7 805 W. Mtln Street), S. TBLKPHONB 431TUK in the land at its head, the distance who bad been put In 1't'nnlllg10n"j r finr' FOR RHEUMATISM CORNS .
many students would 'have lo travel ready to sail the A SURE L W\t/ WOUNDS GALLS OLD SORES. BUN.

4 DAILY Sew,published every morning except :: from the extreme ends of the State to became tllnagrwably aware that their IONS BRUISES CONTRACTED -
Monday,delivered by Carrier la tbe city or1 MUSCLES. LAME BACK, STIFF Jobin. FROSTED FEET
reach such an. institution, would makeit ships would be used against the
: nailed to any part of the United State,pontage I BURNS SCALDS. ETC.
1 ,, Impossible for many students of French ProtpflUiiiti.
free, for f5 a year; 12.50 .1 lx monthJ5thre*
tno* *>thior5o; cent for five week: .-trictly laad moderate means to enjoy its benefits. Buckingham was conscious of the AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation -
ranee.Heading. The moral atmosphere .surroundingmany storm of indignation this would arouse and drives out Pain.

of the smaller Institutions of In England In his perplexity the only PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues promotes -
not Ice*in locaUbotoma: : 10 cents a line solution that occurred to him was to
often considered a free circulation cf the Blood giving the Muscles nafcaeJ
learning are by

1 for Irlll Insertion,and 5 cent for each additional parents Instruct I'ennliigton to get his men to elasticity..
who have children desire
Inaertion. they to
.. mutiny. A secret message to this ef-
Kate for.dUplajr advcrtiaing. mad known. ODapplicallo gain something more than a high( school] feet wan sent him through the Earl of

education; and it Is often the case that Pembroke, and! Kir John, who bad no
anavwa -
ajsBjaaa> aBBVSaswB nw sausv w aaw- '
MJ. Tbe TwIce-a-Wecfc ass .U an eighUpage, forty parents think as much of the Influence wish' to band the ships over to the

cclumn paper, published every Monday and surrounding their children. they do French, obeyed and allowed his crew CURED, OF PARALYSIS
Thursday, and truths all the new ot the of the school to which they desire to to carry him and his ofllcera back to
yi week, local, Butt and, general, and will be end them. England. W. S. Bailey, P. O. True Texas write: "My.
t mailed, poatagc free, to any part of the United wife had been suffering five years with Ballard in'
And the reputation of a school not her when I to nse t
fitate or Canada, for f Lao a year-la advance. WYa/ She M..... arm was
built In a day. Years are consumed tc *' Snow Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I
"Is yo' got enny bath to' vale boss? and akin
bare also used it for old sores, frost bites
All advertising bill become due after Ant school
develop a or college, although "
"Any what, aunty?
eruptions. It does the
of advertisement wiles olherwt.e.tipaLtedin
appearance a good name may be lost In less time. "JI lb, boss."
_tr.ct. Parts not known btu LINIMENT" ON EARTH ONCE TRIED. ALWAYS WED
'will be required to pay for advertising in advance. The college that has a high standing, "Hair 1""Ynllsuh REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES .

Address, TUB DAILY SUN attained by means of earnest endeavor ; bath' lak' yo' got on yo' THREE SIZES: 25c. SOc and $1.00
1 ""G1t.a.vJLbz. VLA. when lo the hand of thorough faculty bald!

t{ is sore to be endorsed by the best "Oh, balr:" BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. .

I '. The bankers' eolony In the Ohio pen people In. the' community where it Is : "Yaasuh; halh." LOUIS U. S. A.
4t "Why no, aunty; this la a dry good
itentlary. numbers ten are all located and the endorsement of these "
tore, not a hair store.
t behind "time" ]looks. people does much to build op the p.t.roD.ae. "Dafa whut Ah 'lowed boas. But
% ulaaua:: tole me to cum ;yeah an' get
? wants capital punish A competent faculty la I secured by a free yabda mo' bath lak abe done got
"' W. :\1. JOHNSON, Gainesville' Fla. ; J. C. BISHOP, Alaohua Fla.
+ meat abolished, for farll may pother competent board' of trustees-men ylaUddy.

population below St. Louis. who have an laterest, in the work "Oh, you mean 'mohair1'! -.-- -- -'-- --- -

...... for the good of the rising generationand "Yaasnh; mo' haih."-Houston rOllt.Tr. "

a The "I'or'ol the'oommlttee oqt d- It Is certain that a board which is

T neatlonsJ Institutions In the House today the least indifferent will not do the *.. That Mak a 1'1'' ..... '

will be heard all over work as faithfully as men who have A curiosity Is known In the tropic 'If
Florida.t.tt aa the sand bark tree and also aa the S You Are Insured.
) their'heart.In, the cause and take prideIn mooke,*. dinner bell. It baa a round. .
A grafter In Korea been pill the advancement they feel that their bard shelled fruit about the size of an

of business by the United Statsa"ajffd efforts have brought forth. orange, which when ripe and dry 1
5 be will now locate In Washington. 'f\ Centralization In the power of thegovernment bunts open with a sharp noise like In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly ,
of the of c Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company V
our common country is report a pistol. Its Juice la Pays Losses Promptly

The Honse of Representative has disapproved by those who love Its institutions poisonous. The South American trumpet -
tree might furnish band with !
-the Democratic principlesupon : a
voted a tariff of 10 cents a pound on

p Egyptian we luppo.e.J.p.n cotton. For revenue only, and if which we desire this country to be the Is friends founded ol hollow and musical allllo branilx'ii InNtruinentInasmuch for drum are utilized for'borna as Its ( You Are Assured >

education, Is It not better to have 0
schools from That no serious lots can overcome' you without you have tome O
which selectto --- -- - --.Y-
Is righting to vindicate Japan parents can i __ refuge.",
; and there I II no Internal dissension, I send their children rather than be APPEARINQ.OLD I-

but a united people battling against a compelled to send them where they are

I tottering and disrupted people. obliged to take one thing or nothing Acts a. a flat to Proaiable Emplay.meat. Fire Life Accident and Health
Associations have ranch to do with ,

a France need a few word of whole the training of the young, and where You cannot afford to rrow cM. '

some advice from tome source, lest the the conjunction is agreeable to the parents In.then. days of strenuous cometltl"n rs None but Reliable Companies Represented. ,
It > necessary to maintain. a" long o*
there they prefer to have their
Jap take advantage of the Interval possible ones youthful appearance. .
while waiting Rojy to heave In sight' children make their start up the ladder It Is Impossible to do this without retaining -
I toward the pinnacle.The a lunurUum growth' of hair A- M.
and jar her a little, The presence of Dandruff! Indicates the CUSI MAN S

ms presence of, n burrowlnc .crm which
,I Secretary Shaw hopes to be nominated warm days we have endured lives end thriven on the rte of the Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA ,
hair until It rntmex total baldness
}fit for President In 1906, but the during the month have been quite de \.wbro'. U..I't'IC'lJ. 1 I. the only kn"wn
l r,Iowa Republican may start out alphabetically moralising to ambition, and quite anything destroyer th' r*.t. and It 1* all .fr otlvii " '''''''' i' oso'i'ir .ia.f
It la dttlfhtful to use
was resorted to as a paitlme. Ata as -
.t. and take them a* they Herplcld rnnkf an elegant hair dressing ---
s'l appearj Allison, Cummins and Shaw, certain residence a few evening agoa a. well all Dandruff cure..Accept PARTIAL PRICE LIST OFWhiskies
young man was engaged in a praiseworthy . no>> substitute-there l le none.

; It seems that the weather did not effort entertain, four young .tsm PoM,...by fur learftn sample! dnimrlsts.to The Herplcld Pant lOe.Ca In, Wines Beer and Malt

.Interfere with the North Carolina ladle, and his fund of original humor Detroit. "'tick.J. ,

: strawberry growers as much as the from Ezra Kendall's funny books was s. lUdiford Co.. Sixrlal Agents ---.- -..- .= .

quite .:exhausted when he noticed a r.XI.ItESS 1'REI'.tlD.
railroad Over f'.HJO.OU: ) worth of --- -- - - -- Bulk fiood't-JnJN, 'I'f'e-Xot' Prepald.
r fruit was lost owing man passing along the walk who was Full Q\ M...ur". 4 Qt*. II Qt'12< tll.
e to poor shipping. hi Dr. Otter's list Ha looked at the Hunlnor Club II)0 . .. ..h t6 f 00 a :: 111.1 Rya 1 7tn.tl.1\O Corn.Far Gallon:

facilities. -.- .. --_.- -.-.. man and then said to one of the. ladles FOLEY'SHONEYII'DTAH nelson County Rye... ..IQ.) 4:11I: 711tJ la: ) Per UalonMonottram Good: er..te.
--- --- .. . Rye ,
Rye " 3 m 4 J\\ II 00 (;ID Corn. Hum Fine q1l&lhy. .
The observation of May Day in Russia that he wouldn't like to be old and H a T S roll() SO f2.50II'er Uallon: ". s

did not cause much excitement, bald like some people. The young 4 110 6 fool 9a ro H.Gln.Corn.RulII.'.I.UII l'ler Gallon Hest for: the tooner4y' ..
the girls being the only ones to make lady encouraged him by s.yingl "You Hat 2t T5S 10 !so sell" RIe I' aeh a"'l A..ple &aD4 Mellow .
. ... .. .. f'tl by .
PeaebDrandy 3 :S rtU
of will be bald. The soil I I. i aMt
much a demonstration, and the never too .. m Per Gallon :
Apple ltrsmly. . ....... 2t T. II 110 :
al! )
lluslan loldler, easily whipped them, soft and yielding; you will) always Itt>U.D4Gln .. ..... ... Z W e :!'1 1 :II f1ctorl. Itf'!!. Social'uaUty.Geocea 13rolw. Rye.: Mec1leIDa- I.
ro Into subjection. have a good head of hair." The OtD . ... S l' e ro 0 fool,
_.__. original YorthCaroltaCern .. .. ae5 ,u 30 1 U\lI' ST. LOUIS BEER Per Doa I.
-_ .___- -. ._ .4 M..un'.nC LAXATIVE . :nra P.le . .. .. ., . ,. ... o
From president' / down there Is not a Italian Farms.ra for Georgia. cough remedy.The J"malc. Rum I"a" 4 :r. 7 r5 I 'i I
Mf'01fonl Mum 3 TS a 00 \I 50' i tt.ndaM . ... .. . 190
member uf the faculty of East FloridaSeminary Macon Oa., May, 17.-A letter to the nulna oral.a &arrlx . S 11\ S m 11"0 vat. extra dark . . . .. . I 00 .,I
I IOhur .. .. . ... .
hinj of lie "J' Ikurbon 111.1'10 hllllOl'&ed
I bat what has the highest re* chamber of commerce Monday annuunred y 5.) ..... AI". rln,... . .. ....... ..... .1.I NAs
sp.ect of every i>.r'ou In Calnesville, that U. V. Buck, secretary ot i e rOLET'5 Yellow packsf HONEY Kefns and TAR snbatltotaa.la tt/ee., ort.uenl AUowet on AU Good. of Some j "rlen_br AI.wtplOA.the bbL OIl.applle+..tJon. ,..... S 76 ....

for their abilities is. instructor and the Kalian Imrntcratron society, bad ---- :
n' the moral example they set before our jti-t sailed from Italy to perfect arrangemrnU Prepared only by 1aG.1HANNE. J.1CIiM01TILLE ".
r. young people for bringing a few cob: ...., C_inpsny. Crtlo..s>. \Y. BRCS er1 I'LL.FaySholes .

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' The people of Alachua county are try. The letter mated that Mr. Ruck . .

very fortunate in having plenty of rain would vllt At a con and see the situation \ .

so far this season and if you want to near her before .attempting to MEN AND WOMEN*

find the best county In the State In locate any of the colonies. l 1-was r Ln.a..t.e.rr.o.t't fie l.,aa.andr ..

which to locale e..1 /nt.atl..r
why we would recom ..,,.,e..,." r.s.as r..b..a..r ...
in-ml Alachua Deafness Cannot b. Curedby .. ..... .
3 wbloh I is never behindIn e. P .u..e..a. a** astrUk-,

receiving the necessities required to local applications, ae they cannot a. rwfnlsI0asc.tos...snuYqsale g.al 5.a a1M..0\>y Psw.aMa. a.

pruUuc the best from the mil reach the diseased portion of the ear. C.S.. .. N sal..M.s.laT Nd.....wt..eM.,e, M, Typewriter ,te.

------- There Is only one way to euro deafness, 51 fie I./t/n at TA rOiiLEDGEII
tile! Met .a i..t..e5.
On Mai l 18tb. l76 7, the lint ,...rform..n and that Is I by constitutional remrdie.
<* on the piano ".had at the TheS *- ,....rn.... U caused by an Inflamed condition .

ire Koyal, Ounvent harden, l.ondon of the mucous lining. of the THE IiESTM.l1111E

F.nuUiid.: "The Uf'IUlar." waa the op Eustachian Tub. When this tube-is : OX: TilE JUKKET'

era reeated, and on the prt'Kram wash Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or PATENTSWAM

( announc.meul : "Miss Hriekler imperfect hearing, and when It U->utlrely UNIYUSAL( KYOARD Has Tabulator
ill sin* a favorite song from Judith.ffompanieU clo d, deafness Is I the result, : OX._ IN

.Mr and unless inflammation pesousteay, ootrtNOgD-.......; = Every Machine.IAgbte.t
by u1Jin' on a new can betaken e a .
e.-..:r.:.i.e.rM: ::::= .-- s. =
tiiruinni called the piano forte" out and this tub restored to Ita ....,...."- iN ALL CouNTets.seas. .
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ro -- --- normal condition hearing will b* destroyed Acre. a 1. di.ry h.tc' Lightest
- --- ...nom n.wy..... Running The
. The eastern portion of lb. city iscrowing forever{ nine eases out of ten Mw .114 I Msgt.est P'se.n[eehtitely.w . Champion i j>.ed Writer* afbe World"'
np *. If by magic and the art<>*a_*Hl by eatarrh which I. nothing -r.or e. .Y *
nom- tall.tr.\ -. ... tnnwd w.s pew ..... Us. this Fay.&h..e:: .,, Mor*>
) her of new residences that hive been but an ibttarnetl' corn!it ion of tee tnu- ,M.TO* o. Co Fay.ghole in

ereot.d this )year and which are now la eous surftoes.,, use 'ia Oalnesv J.I than any other machine.
We oSer On* Hundred Dollars K...
pro**** uf erection, is a .nrpris. tothose ward for any eas.of deefoe caused by CASNOWAdvertise :
a who do not visit that section catarrh thai .
very cannot be cured by Hall' For Sale by. .
a Often The .,si portion o| the city .Is Catarrh e",.. : ,
rFw fast becoming\ ihe popular resident V J CUES IT A Co.. Toledo. O.
l'.rHoo and property I I. held at a good Sold by dra-jrim. Tic. THE SON Gainesville Fla.

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CONFERENCE OF THE OzomulsionCURES Ladies' Auxiliary Elect Officers. ;
y Portland Ore., Mar 1 1The L.
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| dies Auxiliary of thi I)i dl'r of Railway : : -; -: :: :: ; : :: : : : : >. : :. ". : :; : .. : .; ., :. :. : : '::.;

r SECOND ADVENTS Conductors, ccnUiiu.tift: its annual
Cold CoaftM.Urip.It.o...htU-Ckterrh.) Sor.'roe", I .
1 i : Pb. "' 0'". .... (:....-aio.. ..A 11I..1... Food. ntf't'tins hen has elect'! d! the following I1iq
i ...........for th.Tir..J Mother..4 U>.PeL..TbiChild.. additional iTiJ* HBi'.l'aj'
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BT BAILWrit. officers: tr.lo,1 First Session opens With the *hI Letter wr foll Card toOcomtilcloa ter. Mrs. L. H. 1U1t. Tucson. Aril.; : CASTORI'
Co., pS Via/ at., Hew Toik I :
grand guard, Mrs W. s. Carr. Atlanta. --- -
i Usual Earnest Zeal. _. .. _. [L
1 I II ------ -- -- - ---- Ua.; Mrs. J. II. \t"I\, of Toledo.! !' : , .

I ; I! SANFORD IS PROSPEROUS. Ohio. who yesterdwas el"cted'grand :For Infants and Children

.)MANY, CHURCHES REPRESENTED president was a--o elected pre.

OJ.. A Large Quantity of Vegetables Moved Went of the Fraternal lit'iteflcUrysedation a.s

,. Reports of the Growth of the Society During the Season. Mrs. P. t Callahan olJaruei ASTDlfIA. The Kind You Have n
;:Come From Many Cities-The Ses- Among the visitors to Gainesville j >to\\n. Tenn., ''II' .'..1,1 a membrr 1

. ,:. '. ';, 'aions Will be of Interest to All-The Wednesday was T. E. King of the Armour J> cf the grand execuucommute* Always Bought

Car Line, who for the past few *
I People Invited. A World Wide Reputation Alct'daGicPrrperntinnfthr1slmilatingtheftxxtanltltula
ti. week hat been his
making; headquarters I ,
L:. ,'. ,4-.The: Second Quarterly Conference at Sanford.Mr. White CrE'm"ermifnlt': hn. achieved :.;
. .
(lte5KiinaU aiu1 Ikwv td'
.'of the Second Advent Church of the King states that the Sanford' section a world wide rt-piiiiiion an being: ting Bears the

: '. \State convened with the Gainesville i i. undoubtedly the heaviest. shipping the best of all worm /1..1 royerf and 1 .

.fehnrch on Wednesday morning. May I section for truck in the State.. fonts tonic influence' "weak and unthrifty
7th. and theattendance| was as good That faction it a heavy producer of children, as it m-ntrslizes l the Promotes Digestion CUvrfuI-I

'M could be expected the churches in celery! lettuce and tomatoefl.I acidity irr sourness of the stomach ndlUr :

the conference being fairly well rep I There has already been shipped from improve their dig sti"ti. and as.imi- Onium.Morplune itorMuiewl..vit l. i 1 of

resented.The the Sanford district by refrigeration: latlon of food strength. their nervous :NOT c OT1C. 1
session opened with devotional system aud restorri them tu the
145 carloads of celery and possibly fifty ... .. tIrMIAttOiNRlLR1T
service led by Elder O. T. Mattoz. carload by express.: The shipping ,U health vigor and elatftii-ity of spirit

After a song by the choir and congre- not jet over and the probability ia that I natural! to childhood. gold: by \\'. M. ] R ,,
Johnson (tainesville, Fi1"n 1 J. C. -
'g tion. the lecson read
was :205 carloads will be shipped before the Bishop, Alacnua Fla.
from Psalm 145. Prayer was then of. season is over. The greater part of the k..t.w s.JIt-
fered by Brother J. 1>. Kendrick. Aard % In
refrigerated crop was sold by the growers Boy Wants $100,000 Damage. : i '

Borne of the delegations were not f. o. b. and realized good prices I New York May 17-- John II. Trrtt '.....1. w4iVZ .. }

Complete at the opening but there "Talk about lettuce" continued; : 17 years old. who toft an as an fxvr: e

were several arrivals later. From the King. "1 have seen a great deal of lettuce I else. buy, but alt
outset the :meeting looked very eu- during my connection with the jcckey. has begun suit ralnut/ August 1 Apcrfeel Remedy forronsllprtUon -

'eooraging to those whose hearts were transportation business, but that San Belmont for I100.CKX) damages! for al ,Sour Slonvvh,Uinrrfvvn ,d .

14 the work and there was much encouragement ford crop beat everything I ever saw. lipid libel lie was ellptued| by lk>l Wonns."onvutki. 'wrl .h'
for them. Lettuce seemed particularly to prosperin wont, but had some iniuntleriitand ness ftlulLOHHOFSl-gEI'..

Among the :delegates present were that section, with the result. that ins with the stable 01 iii .obt'}'"d' orders fu sinoi&e SitnftlUre: or

Bro. T. Dowling and Elder O. T. Mat: there has been shipped by refrigeratoralone und went west. Notice that h. 1r

toz of Live Oak ;Eider P. H. Dowling 150 carloads. This plant though haJ, R<.I t a discharge was printed in th. !' Thirty Years

representing'Peacock and SUyton ; exceptionally fine, did not bring encouraging Racing Calendar of the Jockey Club .
AS a result the boy was.e not able) to \
Elder J. T Johnson aud Brother C. K. prices owing to the large

Armstrong of| Jacksonville ; Elder J. crop throughout the State." get coiployment. '

Bherouse of Jacksonville Mr. King states that the trackers are d
I If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth CASTO RIA
'Elder T. B. Wright of South Carolina now shipping tomatoes, which are very

was among the visiting brethren Hue. The indications point to a yieldof Be sure and use that old and well- tXACT,COPY Of WBA PPCPt.

and gave words of encouragement.The tried remedy Mr*. Window's Booth-
about :200!
ears ...--........n.w v.ee.....
sessionslwere devoted mostly to ing Syrup for ehlldren teething. It . . .
. ". .. .
business and many reports were read. NEW LODGE AT WILLISTON. soothes the child soften the. gum, -

Brother Sherouehsd| a report from i allays all pain cures wind colic and'!

Mulberry church which spoke of much Members of Mount Vernon and Archer i the bet remedy for diarrhoea. Twen . .. .. .
good being accomplished there. Lodges Institute K. of P. Lodge. ty-five cents a bottle.Rojestvenskya, y : a ,

Bros. J. II.| ndJacob[ Cannon bronphteneonragement'from The team from Mount Vernon Lodge Plan Secret.

i : Haj ton and Pea- ;o. 20, Knights of Pythias,who assisted St. PftfTtburic, May IT Tho nave. _ PRICE LIST .

cock. Archer Lodge; in Instituting a lodge at game In the Fur 1st tu watched wilt .OP ,

The .venlnd on5: ahd praise servicewas Williston Tuesday night returned to intense Interest, but the admiralty It

aUendt'dlbylI.\'t'ryltood| audience. this city Wednesday morning able to throw but lilt\ :.. light on the

The meeting willjconvene: at 9 a. m. The visitors report an excellent: time I situation. It gives no oiinrmstlon ol EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO

today. Thejpeople, of the city are invited and are loud In their praise of the manner the. Tokto report that Admiral Kojestventky
in which they were entertained by returned to lion I Koho liny r
the Williston boys. The instituting The" Hunlan admiral is keeping hit -

TRANSPORTATION PARTY. proceedings and Initiation of candidates movements and plan u'crt't. PRGPAII Full Ouart Mea.ure.Io"r .

was an all-night undertaking but -- -

'of, Came to Investigate Crops Along Line there was plenty0 eat, prepared in (U.llo" Ottrt nor* Qu.alt,.. C.rr.. '+

: of Gainesville & Gulf. that good old style in which Williston 1I.'Clhfl.I"rt..IHn. ......b.U''fb..W..IaII.r. ... .. ........ .. .... .. .. 1 Mt au ) 11 7IW "
W. J. Ayers ofJaekonville, traveling folks know how to prepare things and You tUu-hclfnOU arc . . ... . ..... .. ....... .. I *h 1 Ml I.t
Tam. felt the effect until after ...urOlIl.S.O.A'.lIdr.. .. .. .............. .... .. ... a MiA t \II, II trl
H K. Barton of nobody returning
freight agent N. C. A|,,.1.l llrt.ndy.Kurokt. .. ... . . .... .. . .... .. ... .... ... I me niIOU
pa traveling freight agent, and D. K home. M.llKur ... . .... .. ....... .. ...... . .. 4 7ftM 4 IIIrs
Get Up : .k. N. (.'. lrh IInndr . . . .. . ...... . \II. n <** h
William of Jacksonville commercial The lodge was. launched with molt N. C. lt>.db llrkMlr ,....... ...". ........ . . .. r a VAT M .7<)
Sixteen Jo.r..II.N..rn. . .. ... . .. .. . C aft 'M 1 .M I.70Iur.ksN.uPa.XX I
agent of the Southern Railway, and encouraging propcts. : member In the morning tired, languid', : .. ... ........ . .. Eta 'IIOJ /lk. l. ms
6. A. WilliamsUof Jacksonville, traveling were Initiated into the mysteriesof and frequently with a Iira)larlic .....r.k. N. (t. .'ore. "X x.. . .. ..... . I Tft I I* soi I- ,
. . . .
Y..N. ( ('on.X""X 1'111' aoMl art >
freight agent; of the Queen A Crescent the order' and It Is understood that that is almost unhe.rraI; I You Old I'towMunnT 14.urt er . . . ....... .. . I M 1 it Mao #
several for llartslts.a H'. ,. I IWI hiT I r. IS Avlil "
Route formedja: partyWednesdaywho applications membershiphave have been ner\otii, rc tl.H anti ItriKik lifeKunnr . ... .". .. .. . I n I lea *>
came to :!look "over the trucking been filed The members manifested blccpless night after night, and Itrunfc hour Moth .. C n 1 T* a M M .iK
.*-tio hprlnitMilk . .. utu a1 I Ml r1
situation along the Oaln.ille.nuLl a great deal of enthusiasm in gloomy and irritable during V.1.l .tItrnH . . . 1 > .. se 1 M I* l>. r
. . . .. .
the work.The slid .111. so .00 1101Frew
Railway* the da,'. This n rvoxn exhaustion *

. These gentlemen; made a trio south following oflleert were elected attectn the IK art, lunp- and Uh, I1J1)? t. 9.0 Vr Uallebolll if),' ...u,........

along the Galnt"'IlIe.Gulf., and were for the first term :' S. Phillip, chancellor other organs that depend upon t.Iwel.label.olH.t.b.tl'a1'rl I \ . ..... toIt ell .ad ".11'. A tIoUI4 ,.... ilia.
I commander ; Dr. J. M Willis, vice t..lre"."ets ul .11.1.-.." M Nn sad _...,. s ''''Ultt Ire.. ..... ...l.. .IrMk..el
well pleased with the prospect the nerve for !motive power. "......it 1ttt Wbukcr .nd .....",. fr... ....,. ...l>.1..... 0' Xwah..
chancellor ; James A.. Galloway, prelate Then the toma> 'It fails to di* N. C Cnr .O'l M...r. N l*>um fr.... ..... ,...l,. tsbela\ nf "&I,... N. O. Api4e r'Hrealr
- .Ml a.asra nee 4..112.roe.. ..... tech.. tsb.M ol Kutrku: Mull sad sees..
. ; II. M. Fugat, matter of work ; feet the foal l ; lli ROOMS AND BOARD \\'. O. Brewer, mister at arms ; 1'. W. .b.. wh- ...11..'..l. H. .....,.. ,.... )w... bu'.. mill'.'.... All ..! a7 ......... .,..
weak, an.I circulation poor 'IOU ___,.. Aaa.ed.r41..M..f .MAU ...... .md ...,.., b." A' Wu L.rdA.h-10 '
, King keeper'ot records and .al and and the kidneys: and liver inactive from 11 ....*.. t (or ,..... %ln..."i.*.t.4 ... .....t...,,_. W. ...> ..rr, ...."'.
n4.ar. I tor. IM.oe 1u".s. .......1.11.- ue (.,.. qureUtle.: p..se4 ass dsa ....
Colored of finance T. I William
For People master ,
; -. sued. Moe.rrcfuo.dltro....* ....*.il.lft.U>frKl
master of exchequer< ; 11 (J. Nelson, not '
What nerd i is
you a tom- KKKA 1,11E: ft LKJl'OK COXl'AHY.
KITTIE: M'CRAY, !inner' guard C. A, Vaughan, outer
. ; kidney .
. ach, head or liver medicine us WKAT lAY iTlt LJACKMNYILIJ'Pt.A.: .

i .. 1100 West I,: kerty Street. guard __ _ .. ___ __ but I Jr. )1111"1' Nervine to

1.., Joltings From Uonesville.Jonesville soothe and feed! the nerves and . ,. f._ ... .. ._.._..", ..I

f Accommodation First'CIass. Rates May 16,-There? was a fish build nerve tiraue.'MY .
wife woe .ut) t toTm .
;. Reasonable. Mot desirable retort ford Hors Eho Alake last Wedoes- mntal
r fry at < Blrnln. hlh t. illwl In norroualru
colored people in the city. .trllrm. TIM* n nrmplom. _.r*> ABSTRACT REALTY COMPANY
;; day. Among lho*, present were f>r.A unr-t'nUutlatl rrj i J.ic .lul "',.4..n<.IttttfP 1.iI
-- K. Williams, T. L. Wil.oo. Theo ll.. whlrtt ln..,...n, il in uth .n *itt -
(* that 1.'r ever a Veer .IH' waul4h
tllen, Pan I Bales. T. O. Scott, B. I'. *v* a '|>.'/ll **..r.. d l .y of frrim four 1 ri voa poi-Iatqt1
L : to .!( IMMUI d.r .t *ih. r* )Uiro.| k+
ThelCashGrocery: II Dudley! and a good many others. th. ou i.t.nt .U- ...i i The day was ".lItPf'Dt eating fish and r..ta.t4.naut.n., E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

y coMing watermelon growing. .......U"tf h. r < .. 'ut r no './...f. nittrnlrwl Abstract of Title and full Information furnished. regarding lands .U this
A. T. Allen one of the watermelonand .". ins,. .......0. .. ,.-c. .f u.......xl .lnlnty. Oar manager ha lived In this ewnly; thirty yeses sad ;
.. . !'.-. r I -<<.>> .l.lnr Is thoroughly) <>nv.rant with land II'.... t'
Co. cantaloupe growers, has returned *>r LIT. MIU N.r CNdnnf. .ivi
? notln4,tt..a 1.r of I .twat .r ...,. -
short visit to Booth Carolina.M. Dot so __. .M r In.t.T.1y .... -
E: E. v- LE.
.p/.wir04 Jlr..a"-r ,4i. r.4. hA4 ne
C. (roott, the commissary man of rrY.. of 11r '. end J. isle- .
Tinga ha Ron horn to .,..Dd a few a.. In Iw.hh .."*| 41+tiJ.
J. R. EMERSON &: CO. week D. MIto*' N rvl<. I I. sold kf. -_? seating a number f>rvmli>.nt Aro.rUan ajtd Ens-tlah{ .ontpaaU*. a
)In, )nrphy of Komoko has ROD to *"'gg".. who wilt c ..'..>*- t>i.t is.sires KKAL K TATK AlUJ CITY LOANB.
Met" wasb.e.ht.. If l4il, .
It h
Jacksonville to spend a few weeks with. foul ,.1...... yaw _..>-,. Gn.inioKVrillt, B"J.o-r1.dn

her m..b.r Miles Medical Co. H Ik hart, Irul .. t.'- -, .'-' .-. -- . -. .- . -
- .Apat far Tb. peach crop at Kotnoko I la look. I
well hare Rood . .
ing They a
r.xcs,, '. BrrlBrt Hall Meel Cat C.B>*. hammers ringing, making .ra..many. h.tem. G. S. MERCHANT &; CO.

$- ; BalUnl't Obell.k PUnr.F from the look, of th. state J.. ..J. 1IAZEUFnctleil '
'f : they are b..I li>IIfte.de: by aaitefpat Retailers and Jotbor ta
nipping qoit a lot of frail tbU ..a- : Boiler-Mil?r ud luhialsl

!. We have the Choicest Goodsj .ow The farmer through Ills e.etkn Staple and Fancy Groceries *

At; on our dailyMENU are having brtatlful ...Ik-r for aow All Wot Ooaraot ,t Ji*11.factory.ft07 *

lag grain ._ . _.. .
l Snlfl Gsrdss:! Seed ssd FsrSIIizsrs.0JTII .
; ... ..... JuggI"g With DynamiteIs 8. Oak A.... !';sJ....rllU, pta a

M'i;v( lush Potaoar, per peek . . EZe'C no more dangerous tbaa to D.J,1.CI ,.. .. _. .- BIDK BCJBAKK. i fIi OAlMr-MVlLLK. JLOKJDA. '
PVY' Best Whit Baeon. pr pco dDurke . ltle kidney disorders. Fol,'* Kidney Cora .,b.*t market prU paW< for Oh..b.. ... Eca.s tad other Prt4tse., "

'. Salad Dressing: . . ::5ct and has eared FIVE MILLION BRICK A roapl.s..sort. of Hay. Cans Oaw. .....
.. . .. Uetft eon.eu IrregalarltUt: rioir. Bran Cottoo Reed Heal|
Qtiecm Olive . . ::so !many a...,. ****. af t.r other treat'mettt a4 By.,_ W. haadU ::;; tea VKAY IR1f' good . Ue LOW.LXr .
a aCau Cora, . . . .. .. ::... tau failed. Il baUds t&. won I BOX hs'. the fla>..t sad te b.JMlo FK/CKH. c,........ ..,""". ). always.yVcek.
Feu ap
'q 11,;.' ACaaa SCtut Tomato .H lb. eaas. 351Feesb out ti*.ae and r..torea bVsJtfc aradvigor. brwk mad in Oorgtsii. wise at my - -- . ._, .-..-.."..."..-,.-..---...---....... .... '- .'-' .. . ---
:.:r.c"jt troobiM with ktd.. expns. > for low..I ra h frVw* delirer.d -
i; 2 ea.. I waa yCompUlat
O nioeBu.ad T.ralJ'e.. for about two ,...n.ri ** etprint u a ilondsu E. lr,
''r. PmA Lxtrs )'i.. Co!!... A. IL Davie of )h. r+**.u..I:. Iowa. JCLK5.a. irs). Us. -
.:c : "tut two bottVre. of Fo.,', KldsMryCor !. . _._.. ....J THH DAILY SUN. 10 a % tTHE
':t .AD 0IWn+ rr.-uJtFUW. .S_Ud ft prasfi.bt btu.," Sold
;-P! o.n e .176 tj J.W. 3t.C.W Co. THE DAILY SUN IOc A WEEK
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DIAY 18 190 'II';



Via Louisville & Nash : _


The following low rouod-tri r>. ,

L Brief Happenings From Various CA IFORNI from Jacksonvillcijgto various I,, ,
North and West will be in eBe .
Sections of State.
dates shown. Proportionately r* *,
from other points :

s THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS Do you want to.live where the climate is mild the year round- count LOUISVILLE.United Confederate KY.-Rate $18 Yetrra 4'' ".

Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers.I "" where labor''' is never ''oppressed by stress of weather, and where : Reunion, June 12-13. Inclusive, wit .
limit July
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the. animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold ? ,OREGON-Rate $''? .

Busy Reader. -Item* of Interest to Do you. want to live. In a region where the resources are more account Lewis& Clark Centennial Fair,
Tickets sold certain dates' May :::: n'
All Classes.Jftiper varied than in any'other equal area in the world, where the division iept. 28, with final limit 90 days

U'to bare a new charter. of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that SAN FRANCISCO$83.90.and LOS Tickets AJfL .
LES, so
Orlando is for baseball
pining a
will assure you-a competence? certain dates AprillO to August 11 u .
team.A ; elusive; final return limit 90 days troy
Lire Oak lady has started a Bel. Do. you want to live where, with a minimum of labor, you can date of sale, not to exceed Nov. 30DEN.ER

gian haream. grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit, oranges, lemons, International, COLO.-Rate Epworth$4263 Leag account :> ".

Will Giles of Orlando captured a olives, prunes and almonds, 'alfalfa and grain,.where crops are sure, Convention. Tickets sold June 29 tc;.
seven*foot alligator one craning last July 30, inclusive.; final return lima
business is good and ?
week capital easily finds profitable investment AOllo 8.

Eaa Oallie and Titusvllle baseball Then go to California, where both health and opportunity await BUFFALO N. Y.-Rate $32 80 account
Annual Meeting Grand Lode
teams meet on the ensanguined field your coming.The B. P. O. E. Tickets sold July to II
May 10th. inclusive; final return limit July 25

The county commissioners of Man TORONTO, CANADA-Rate $35 .''
atee will build a new offle< for the Union Pacific and account International Epworth Leagut/:
); F county clerk. Chicago Convention. Tickets sold June 12 t..,
23, inclusive ; final return limit August ;.
Hon. Chaa. H. Wells I.. the thirds 25. .
candidate for mayor of Pensacola. N NASHVILLE TENN.-Rate $1825
lie Is a business man. Line accot.nt Peabody College Summer
School Vanderbilt Biblical Institute
r Pe'nsacola streets are being rapidly cold certain dates Jane 11 ,
t improved, preparatory" to passing from is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two July; final limit September 30.

a provincial to a "city" government. fast through trains daily via this liner over the famous double- KNOXVILLE TENN.-Rate $18.S5.

r" The Ocala Knights of Pythias held track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River. account Summer School of the Sooth.
Tickets sold certain dates Jane 18 to
"r@@: memorial serf foes' Sunday afternoon Special low, round-trip rates are in effect via this line July 15 inclusive; final return limit
audit was a most ImpreAive oeeaaion. the September 30.BRISTOL .
throughout summer ,to various Pacific Coast points and
; Hon W. J. Dryad of Jacksonville colonist low rate TENN.-Rate $18 85), account -
tickets will be sale
h will deliver the commencement address one-way: on during Sep- Annual Meeting German Baptist
1'', at the State college, Tallahassee. tember and October, which give an unusual chance for settlers Brethren. Tickets sold May 29 to 31
to make. the trip at a minimum of inclusive ; final return limit June30.
b Marion county will make an effort expense. For fall information schedules and
to blow fn quantity of the circulating rates to any point North and West callon
medium of the realm on Improve Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San or write GEO. E. HERRING Florida
meats. Francisco, Los Angeles, and Portland' without change, on which a double Psssenger Agent L. A N. R. R.,
berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping; car from Chicago costs only $7.00, via the 206 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
St. Augustine will have several fine

residences erected this summer be. Chicago & North-Western Union Pacific and BUSJNESS O.ABDB

sides a number of cottages for rent to ... ..... ----..... ...-

winter visitors. Southern D' DxVERE B. MORRIS,
The funeral of the late R. King Olbbe, Pacific Railways.w. .

ti who died at Hy vre de Grace Md., was
{ . .DENTIST. . .
held in S,. Augustine Monday, and
ir was attended by hie many frleo"..
.T.a..C'?A N.-W. Ry.,Cbicaco.ln. .
The political pot at Jacksonville Plow mail 'r.. to mr addrwa California booklet, map and full Office over Marcus End el's. AU work guar
make things easy for the papers nf IN THIS COUPON particular iO00wmiagrataamdtr.ia..rvic.. aoveed.

that eily. No trouble to get op some AND MAIL -IT TODAY.MW.y J A. CARLISLE
i thing to fill up with I when you strike a f
.. R. Perez a Spanish lgar maker, And Solicitor in Equity
was drowned la four feet of water at -
2 Tampa. Sunday, while bathing In the Real
__ __._ _.__ ___ ___ Estate Conveyancing and Gen-
river apposed to' have been seised r __ ' ..___ .-". -. -- -- -.- eral Practice. All business! promptly
.t' with cramps. Cotton Seed Crushers Meet J... M. OBAHAK, President H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier; attended to. Office next door to Sun
J. F. Sherwood of Lire Oak, with an New Orleans May 17.The Interstate Oao. W. thou Viae-President Lie GRAHAM, Ast. Cashier office. GAINESVILIJC: :, FLORIDA.
r Cotton H
array of 14'calleD& that would eon tlon opened Its annual session J7ERD1NAND BAYER,
vlet a tramp charged with being bun.
Ql' it West Kn aA gry, has commenced an action for libel an Important program. PresidentC.

against The Taylor County Herald at Fllsslmmoas. of Columbia. S. C.. GAINESVILLE, FLOKIO.
+ OF GAIN"mavrLLE.TilE :: :
?r presided. I'resldcnt C. F. Kobnke, .
The city clerk of Key West does not of the board of trade and PresidentN ONLY Can sell your city property, (improved
get sufficient salary to devote his entire J. Sanders, of ttte Progressiveunion BANK IN ALACHUA CO sod unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands.
Send hima
time to the otlloe, so he went out welcomed the visitors. J. C. Capital . . . . . . . . . . . $50,000 00 list of what you offer for sale. 2142r&
c; to earn an honest dollar, nxgleellng to Hamilton of Baton ouge. responded.Too "

copy the minutes, and hu-been askedto Kills Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 30,000 00 W. E. BAKER
resign. Much Liquor Girl.

Tallahassee Mcudota Minn.. May 17-That acute DOM .ac.I..I a oankiar boats**.wlik. fa UltieqaaJ to say bank ta tam SUM Solicit ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .
(has lot of .
a deputies I tko o outaof ranaar*....rela......Corporation o... Intor.tai>ow4iJ, -
swum In by the sheriff to hunt alcoholism caused the death of Mrs bf .p. Ial ajrr...ni.Dt AU boalBoas traaaaotod protnpw . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.. . :
Emu Mi>v 'rdcm, the Salvation Army
j Ixjoin. They have been very success H.E. TAYLOR. Cashier.
fal and several arrests have been Us who expired suddenly In the i" .. '
made The neat thing will b., the re. depot here was determined by physician GAINESVILLE. Alachna Co., FLI. '
..4 inovat of the to wettown. who conducted an autopsy. over Gainesville Office in Endel Block. ....-Iff.:
capitol some & Gulf .
Railway .I':
I the remain Mrs.I Meverdem was Company
_______ married Minneapolis, nine weeks JJR. J. H. ALDERMAN,

w Victim of Hydrophobia. ago and tho evidence showed that at THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE DENTIST, .,

l.)wU.. Mam. May 17.-Mrs. Frederick let her marriage In Dan :'>Meverdef she OF ?. ..v.:
took to drinking heavily. FLORIDA SlleeOSelcl.rA[ Attsrnaal ,
I. IKxUman. woo was bitten byA .
pct iKiji ttl( .'d of hydrophobia Mrs. _. ._ ______u... Tim Table 10 effect April e. 1906.No Over Dutton* Co's Baak. Otin nU e \}Ic.t.t',
)k| +HKID411| and) I h.-I'' father had been '
t r treated (fur the disease| at the laboratory CASTORIAFor I Ie No. 15. Pi Iuouo.10 Crows u4 Bridge work '.:rk, ? ',

(>f the :'h.w'lItk board of health Daily; No. 4. No. I. No. 1. No. 8 (
hut the tl.l H-t'vr* | ri>nounce<1 her cane Infants and Children. ESe' >>.' 7 Dat1.J. HTATION8. D.U,. I D.U,. Dally pt DR. GORDON B. TISOM. I',

p as 11I lInat.!.. The woman had received The Kind You Haia Always Bought SUDda; SlID DENTIST. ", ..
' the principal pll"uf' the virus from "

,. the lot And 1I.'ICm.Q.i. Injury Is not Dean Uto8fgnatun Lv. A M,T.v P MLv? A U At P MiAr, P 1:1: Ar PM On4u\e 1 Baltlumr CoOe e IMeul Ssrserr. fW'J.,.

..R1 ...1;><11L1I1 perlous. ofRsmsmbsred '7 43 2 1& ..Of.... ....._...lralre.ld.......... ......... I 20 810 CrowsBrhU Tlve raara'.zp.rt.as. .ta New' York aa,. -!!<
7 116 :2 35 ........ ... .......1"1._._.... ..._.... 107 800 A.... work sad rDBasT'r-'iHlM
Cleared for Aclloit. -- - MOO 24, ...s.4.. ...... ..Do.JaCU'Y&Q ....... ........ 100 IU woes ov.rwOllie. -, 'li
bY..oek.f.lI.r. 8 u6 :2 M ........ ...... ...mac.hal4..... ... ........ 12 M 660 I*Mills Law K:>ebaa... 1OArwmvnd.L
When the body<< I. cleared for action, S 10 a 00 ........ --.. 1llek1Q&D...._.. ........12 ao 14.5I Pt... r
by Dr. King's Nw Lite rills\ you cant Chcss! May 17,-A report was 8 1 a 10 ....__ __._ LAke 8IIDOta&on...... ...._ ...1245 640 ;L ..'. I
.ll It by the bloom ot health on the culaud at the Ualv.rsity of e1"1 I Ii 80 330 ........ ....... 1I"I-lIop7! .......... ...?.? 12 ao 630 TilE WEST END .
that the president's statement at 818 3 -to ........ _._. ....Tlaooma...._._ .... 1220 620 FINE ::4-
: the brightim of the eves ; the cad uf the present quarter is tikHy t. 8 U 144 ........ ......... ItJrk.woocI......... ........ 12 15 615 WINES LIQUORS A CIGARSJOHN .; .
firmness of the fl..h and muscles; the contain the announcta ef ... 810 3 55 ........ n.e...... OIyaC&.... ...... .0.s... 12: 10 110 MENUES.Proort.tee. .
buoyancy of the mind, Try them. At a 9 ce 4 II .,. .... .... ...W &a.... _.. ..... I12 CO 455li >
a all drag' stores, 85c. girt of at least II.OOO.OOO from JobeU. 15 tto ........ .......I\ocJtr; Point....... ... ... 45 CtO) tit-Hi W. Bar'i.J -Y11M..n*. r
Kockefellor. The money It It 9 UAI'.I 00 ........ J ... 610Ii
....... ---.i11.. ..... Faust
kld. Is lateaied for .w. sew build 11tbLv a 11 L. a 10 1 ,.. J ,: tolo&r S bear.bottle and draaabL DoIa'
fags .o* for the use ot jh. dlviaif 113.5 i .0 05$ ..........Bellamy.; ... ..... 866 .. 2311I fail to sail 00 me when la ZaebooriJJewmml1llZ 1
00 S t5 7 (18 ...... ... . .
xool and another for the. dspartmsal J -Cyrtl. . .. 11.0 i 10 160II
1 I :3D: T 01 T 12 _.....Urabam.. ... .... II 12 Y 2J IIClIto >
of na J clne. TIIAr T2II! ......8ampeoa Clty..... 610: .10 110
MISS II MORTON .I ass 1o0.ralatka. 6. 8. sk '. 650r49'
Do Not be Imposed Upon. :::: :: I.:. ." '. .' . . .. :::::::
Foley A Co.. Chicago originated ......... a Q t, ...Lake:City, O.e:a r... 104 7 411 ...... J
honey and Tar throat aDd lung ........1... .j 310 p._T1\JI.h- 8.A.L.... 1"18 ........ ......
NOTIONSAND as a ........III ro 1100 !iV".8.. Q ,... eta 11'0' ......
remedy and on account of the great ....--\ s 55 4 ro p .....Maeoa. 0. 8. A'..i.. 1130 &..iU &1-......
Ze merit and popularity of Foley's Hooey .... ...\ 733 Tea _".."\la..&", C.otOs._. 40 ... I.
and Tar many Imitations are offeredfor Ar PMIAr MiAr r l L.A39LvP4...... : .
NOVELTIES. the genuine. Ask for FoII'alloa. Because they bast""
ey and Tar sad refuse any substitute Tra1 e 3 and t do-o& ND betwca OalINuiUe aIMS Pald.1oII OQ 8ao4&-: are _. :
offered as no other preparation will I 1. E. DARKER. General Bar-llateed. in the land for the money : '
j etce..r te live th. same satUfaotioa. It 1s nalkl- I J. F. KILL AaeD\ 1. D. WATEm8. General L ..&. Ask dealer ,
I .... . .. yon for the /
I ,
M1S. ly lasatlv It eoataUe no opiate andIs -- -- -- -- ----- "
J. AMMONS safest for children and dslicat per anny Jim" Shoe and 1n.rt'i

,w sons. :old bj J, W. McCoUom A Co. Send Us Your Next Order for Job Work sit on getting it. i ':

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INDUSTRIAL MEETING CLOSES. I I Ii i Often The Kidneys Are Fiddler to Hold Convention RAU E:'-V II.LE'S FAVOUITKKKsoKT. MAX KRAUSS 1 '

Rome Ga.. May 17.- The interstate ,

Georgia Association Hear a Stirring i Weakened by Over-Work. fiddler convention t K:. meet here on :! Representing ,
Speech from Dan Suil). j Thursday and continue 'n session! three .

!!Atlanta May 17.-With a stirring Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Bloat days. Terrell Speed. Known as the Alachua I E A. WEIL & CO. =-
address I It used be "Coonskin Statesman" Pool Parlors .
by Daniel Sully the cotton I to considered that only will be the .'-"
king the fifth annual convention of I urinary and bladder troubles were to b< master of ceremonies Resides! the WHOLESALE SHOES

the Georgia Industrial association was I Ii :i traced but now to the kidneys modern! s, usual routine business there" will Be l\ Uurt'. I'reprktor.Loented '

brought to a happy and aucceivtful end. I t science proves that the usual contest for the championship Or All inscriptions.

From each and every delegaiT' attend- nearly all diseases! in the various wnof playingthe

tar the sessions at the Carnegie J library have their Wciiinin; violin and the A.oiinccvllo.: :A Sole Agent for BOX ARCH and'80 TEC* +

the every opinion expressedwas in the disorder ot rather unique feature of the contestis in the Porter I5ock! south
ElttN Shoe,
the most satisfactory In the his a these most important that no man who nnlit'l"1Ital\d..a aide square. I'hree flr.t-clai.s table. qrALITY Every

tory of the association.The organs.The: filter note Is allowed to enttr Only tboee Good light, and prompt and courteous \ pair warranted.
kidneys who play the old-tlni melodies service. The pubtto cordially invitedand
unanimous election of the old ami purify theblowlthat al'-
board of officers and members iof the w theirork.. play entirely by ear w.i:1 be permittedto always' welcome J. Manmo. Agent

executive committee was sufficient! Therefore when your kidney saN weakor enter the contest -.._. . ---_....------ _-.._-_-_---..-...-
out of order, can understand how
,.proof that members believed the Interests -

of the association to be! in the how quickly every I your organ entireInnly teems to i FIRE LIFE AND
''rt&htAhands. and although President duty. rta.. May 17 -Consolidation U
Gordon asked to be relieved of the ditties If you are sick or feel lxi lly," begin: of the Douglas. Atixiota i and Gulf ACCIDENT IN
of chief officer he was prevailedto taking the great kidney reniell)'. l>r. railway and Ocllla, U'mo&loora\ and ;

reconsider and the re-election resulted KiJmcr's'aUll..Root.{ l"'viue a* soon Valilosta' railroad wa perfected at TEE OLDEST '
as jour kidneys are well theyill help; Douglas yesterday and purchase! of INSURANCE
as follows: all the other organs to health. A trial AND BEST COMPANIES
P. B. Gordon president Columbus will convince aiioue. same by a new! set of> >u>ctho1ders, '

Ga; H. P. Meickleham vice president If you are sick you can nude no mistake went Into effect. The prier paid for ,

Idndale, Ga.; Charles D. Tuller, secretary br first doctoring your kidney the road, which runs from Harrows
and treasurer Atlanta Ga. The mild und the f xtraorJuuiry( effect of Illuff. on the Ocmulgee rVer. to Nashville -

The following were re-elected Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great lUrrlen county. O.H.\rltla. and InCS ( POSTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE ,
members kidney remoily, i-. c>on realitexl. It

of the executive committee: .1. stands the highest for its won.lerfu1""re.of miles long was jai? to rte $300HX:! ( ). .. .. . - .. . -._ - -- .. -----.--_..,..
P. Verdery Augusta; J I... Hand, Pel- the most distressing cases and :is .ohl Jno. McLean of Douglas.: Is president:

bam; p. E. Callaway LaGrange: D. ('11 its merits1 bv all "'. M. Toomer, of'ayrruIIS., vice pmt Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR

S. Walker Monroe; W. G. Klneald druggists ill fifty-cent size bit\ 'w I:: Ident : J. C. Reynolds. of \Vaycro.

Clifton; F. B. Gordon and II. P. Meic and liottleti.one-tlullar You ' secretary, and C. F. 1ak.! of Doui-
may lass treasurer.A ALL EARTHLY POINTS'N
kleham ex-officio.! have a sample tattle Horn.etSwmmpRootby .
mail: free also a pamphlet telling you ,
how to fituWiut if you have kidney or Creeping Death. VIa VIa VUDupoat
The Richest Man in the World. bladder trouble. "Mention this lulooa' > 0. ,orJaekrtu '
paper Blood poison toward theheart Olth t LSontliVia S t
The richest man In the world cannot when writing, X. \';. Ion'tmake Dr. Kilmer any& Co.mistake, Binghamton -, causing death.creep up J. E. Steams Jseb'sL.uu or Iu, i ; [ ;0'_ / *. y es 11I08".". *rv*4 '

have hu kidneys replaced nor live with- but remember the name Swamp-Root, Belle Plain, Minn., writes that a
oat them to It it Important not to neglect Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address friend dreadfully Injured hi. hand Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed ServiceTime

these organ. If Folej's Kidney Binghamton.Y.,on every bottle. which swelled up like blood poisoning.

Care Is taken at the first sign of danger .. Baeklen' Arnica Balvr drew out the Table In effect April 18'. 10. A
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the symptoms will disappear and poison healed the wound and saved
Roosevelt to Visit South.
his life. Best In tbe world for burn
Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive From
jour health will be restored, as it ,.. .... ..
Washington May 17.-Senator Sim and .0 2&c at all'drug store --- -- ------ .
.strengthens and builds up these organsas mono of North Carolina, had a talk ;; p rn -- it iab Eip pand iD"r- 8180..
else will Oscar
nothing Bowman with the president today about the vacancy D.l1f I m.dla& Points t Dally
Lebannon, Ky., writes : "I have used on the Gettysburg battlefield THE SUN

Foley's Kidney Cijre and take great commission .for which there are sev- 12116pm Oeala.L..blJrs.ndTampa..d 8t40pm
pleasure) in stating it cored me permanently erla North Carolina applicants. The Dally Intermediate Pollitt Daly2dOpm

) 'of kidney disease which certainly president Informed Senator Simmons DEPARTMENT : f'alatka, Juksonvlllc. 1t811pnh

would have cost me my life" that the anointment had been prom Daily I North, East aDd West Dally
Sold by J. W. McCollum Co. ised to Major Qenerar Iwnsford I* Makes a Specialty of All Kindsof -
Lomax. of Virginia, Incidentally the 12:06 pm High Springs, Waycro; ; Havannah, Brunswick I flftpmMlRh y;>>

Ex-CongresimaiT Goes to Jail. president' said he expected next October Plain and Fancy Dally I Albany,.Atlaats, all. 1'olnt North.. Kaat West_._ Dally tt
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Cleveland, May 17.-L. P. Ohllger,
to take a trip through the couth I
exrpresident of the cloned \\\Vooster and It was his desire to visit both Raleigh CommercialJob 8:15pm Kochelle Mlfanopy and Cltra IIUalD ,

(Ohio) National bank pleaded guilty and Charlotte N. C. Dally I I .9.....II,

'before Judge Taylor in the United __ _. ._ _____ .___..._..___...__u< _ _. _... ._____.. _.. __ .. ._
States district court to a count in one
Southern Bill/ Posters In Sslon.Birmingham. 3 ,W> amDally 7t90pm
of the Indictments charging him with Printing Spring J
17. The South Dally k
May -
bavlng Issued a draft when there ex. Honda
eastern Bill Posters and Distributor :Monday .. .. . .. .
were no funds In the bank to meet It. _-. =:-:::-. =--= : :: :-
Judge Taylor sentenced 1 finger to : association met here In seventh annual . .For. . Interchangeable Mileage Ticket, good over 13,000 mile. of among the prill-
eight years' Imprisonment lii the Ohio I session with an attendance of about elpal railway In the Southern State, are on sale by the principal agent,
penitentiary. Ohllgpr Is an ('J'OngTE'tII.ma.D. : 40 members. W. A. Sheets of Nashville Business Men ; Through Pullman ai l..e|>er Tort Tampa to New York, via AtlantU CoastLine
president is presiding with H. ; ales via Atlantic Coast Line and Hoatherta Railway. 1

WooRter. ex-county under treasurer Pr.".idenl postmasterat Cleve- 1':. stoops, of Chattanooga, secretary. Professional' Men For complete Information, call on
J. A. OOODWIN Ticket Agent, Ualne.vlll.
Mayor (L U. Ward welcomed the members
and corrector
land's first administration e
of the association to Birmingham. Addresai
of Internal revenue at Cleveland I win be Manufactories Etc FRANK C. IJOYLBTON, Ole, I'.... Agt., W. D. STARK. Trar. r..*. Agt, ,
The convention ) In session two
during Cleveland's second ailrnlnlstralion. 13K W. Hay *&., Astor llnlldlnr:, Jacksonville Fla. '

___ _ ___. ___ days considering matters of Interest Legal Blanks on Short Notice. II. M. KMERSON.Traf. Mgr.< W. J CUA1O, O.n. Pas. A...,
to the craft. Wilmington. N. O. Wilmington. N. C.
Herbine .. -
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Will overcome indigestion and dy- Terrific riace With Death. The following: Utter from one of o-jr
mall order ocstomeri, U *.II'.J.I"lIa.
bowels and cure ''r>ffttli fat |
pep.lal{ regulate: the wt approaching."writr Cory 1 .
liver and kidney complaint. It is thbest Ralph F. FernalleSt'S of Tampa, Fla., Louisville, Ky.: }'..b. 27, Itofi. .Southern
blood enricher and invigorator in describing his fearful nee with death, U. II. MeCrearv Railway.

the world. It is purely I vegetable perfectly "as a result of liver trouble and heart tial (onJl1., Fla.
Dear Sin Received the printing
harmless, and should you be a disease! which had robbed me of sleep matter In do. time, and will/ ay thatIt
sufferer from disease. you will, ute it if and of all Interest in life. I had tried Is perfectly satUfartory. I like the

.J' you are wi e. II. X. Andrew, editor many different doctor* and everalm. envelope *o much Many thanks for Ilffcctlve April 10, 1905.

.., and manager Cocoa and Koekledfte) icines, bat got no benefit, until beganto your prompt attention In filling order. -- -.._- --- --.. ..- -- '- .-.- -. ----. .- . ? ,- -.- ..

News Cocoa Fla.. write j "1 have use Electric lUlL.,,.. So wonderful )las Your. M.'rul O. COCRTHSY.,. j Ve.tlbek Trll. East. 1.. II' N.. :u torch sal West. (.. II k
need your Herbine In my family, and was their effect that in three daysI -
tied it most excellent medicine It* and I Is- Bend orders Io THE BUN, I... J..klonrlll. 1'4"' Ry Y M 7 Mp I J.w JaelilltJn.m.. Via. ito Ie,. 1 411Lv
effects upon myself have! been a mark. felt like new man, "today am Gkinevlle.) Fla. J..up ,,,.,. Itr 1164. to tnp Lv Jseup U.. Ho. U,. 1O.JI.v..ouh : ;
ed benefit. Sold by W. M. Johnson cured of all my trouble. Guaranteed ho 117 Itrip 1 1:11Ar: Jiseua. Oa I\n, U,. NinArolumbla
Oainesvill Fla.. and J. C. Bishop, at all drug store t price 5Oo., -.-- -------. - -. - -. PI!'), Ry Qtibp thin. AAtlsnlsGa ttu. ky. 620 pArCbarlotte

Alaeh a.. Fla. 1'4e", Ity IUt.!lip Y6La" Arlthm.s tin. Ii,. 73e ft
-- Good Peach Crop Assured. AUCHUA[ COUNTY, Ar nr..nd"rIt, n Ace 17 Alp Ar ltalton. U. . .tto. Ry. a 26.ArLsnvlIie .
Rome, Ga., May IT.-The peach crop M"ltr ;lids :lIOf: AOtatlall..T..1t $o.itY46e tw
In northwest Georgia will be much Ala haa county (r. CJfS.41.Jl f
'Mathusbek Pianos greater than bat been expected.: The area, has 248 mile railroad t'(0 Ar' ..'nr.M""tC wt, Ii it'.t:' M/1. T4itip '
mile wagon road, tA pottoHlee! ArCharlouesvtit.ho.Icy erne, .tiro ltditoetao.tt' 8. Itig1'our"Ft'pAWaehinNon. .
t f'--.f'a In the late spring. It was first 123 ptiblie schools, 27 phoephat. .. !4o.Ity: It 4-s V U'p "Ar VIII....", II, hig Your 7lOsAr
thought bad damsr r the crop at plants, 20 saw mill.. IT jUJO courthouse Ilaltlmnre P. R. H. It 314 II 2tip Lv (tln.IDo.al O. i a ida ir NASA j jAr

HWEETSEHH: uD, PtKI- least 60 per cent but It seem ,that five newipapers. and pro \\'. I'h'41" J'. It It, 14ip :I M.fA' Chlesso. lit I'" 1.10.' 7 iOn
VOTED FOR much I 1s not the case t. There! la, bow due* corn cotton, rtoe. cigar, Ar Y.w_Yurk. I"'I.H:' : 4 8P..8111 us .v (: .. a.1I & 11. n 46p'No

TT or TOn:, POWER A5DDURABILITY. ever some damage but nothing like o.u. rye. potatoes, pineapple, or'ange Ar ( hI....""UI&l.. J .. to'"I''t 1 :v. .
Vlnrfda, .
York and
p.sca.w, "n. 84- .t- -
It was at fret thought to be. Thepeach cans, and all kind of vegetable*, ..." Ihlly Pullman Uraeing Jefol.h : i.v 1)neinu.t1,1S)! 15 f'1. ,T. I J, 1'p
: grower for the past ten day i'1.'! pl i Car I'n,. 1'aoll'. and J uat!').. A' T..I.41J. f) . O. 11. k f). ft..asi k)
- have been wearing broad smiles overthe villa its :iw Yuk. A. 1)i/rots!) $'..h ____- _P.M. 7 Tree h
F Sass pCaao! tor 'ba Ulne Ct: 5$4. needs aklDl'e. prospect! and It Is now generally Gainesville, the County Seat. Net. 3j--"Wa.htnston and Viarida tv <-iMlnaar.f.! I'e 1.In.s T>t.JpIJml&4Mt

i ta.4 Shea ouen.eenMr.eWd conceded"> that the crop win not t-t !' Dally 1'.llrn6'1 Drawing AI'}I'Itt.trurttl's' __ .... .I'. !.ln. .. .66Msitoom _
Oat _MrtaIa.; .... tao.S arty Ue bort over 10 per cent. Ha fourteen ehurehe, two pobli4' tr..phuc Car Jaeho"lIl. au Lv Cln.lnoa.r-h. III. ...0..' t Iirf)
wetkldse b P oMaJ" 1 schools.th. K*.t Florida Heroinry. 14' .w York, At m..lart1.t.fl, ltts Eons e 4.\4 't
', Cpso.st. s.v.rr feting for private ",h oU, lhr*..rew p a pr ---- ..- -- .- . I G.7.ailntilrw.r "If'" itr: -a Iliih "''
dealt ... U. MI" United Hit' ISIH, offlee the test
.ti Tlr.sxtl "Tb. '... lb. Sly"' ''' $4) Ar 1..I..m., Ky ,Ho. lty. A IOt.r .
..swig1t iUcoa Ca. May 17-J a*. Mitchell. water. Ore alarm *y't ra. ..ivetrlcsad ) ._-- -- ..--- A' ",. I.-.Ie. hire !Ok,. n,. TA7.Lr .

Bold bj a* continuously few the It-year-oid trpon of C 5ooprrWlaae maehlae ra* tight*f bot>.,, threw two le wnod. "factorie faeto, laek.onviU.. Via, Me't40.. ftl 1:11"7: Mp. Ar Auni.iow AI. I'i u,. .Y ...

of this city Is at the city ko*> rle. cotton gin, two MOM faetarlee, Li'Ar (AlemWm"u..o.hna. t4.' c. 140. HJ Its a iu+" Ar ltrmingbsrn Ala, N t. R", 11"''''' p'
"EI THIRTY YEARS petal AaageroQAly wounded! a* the re- three railroad..twOfsnlils.rbias. Ar Memphis, Tenn Yrl.s a fI p
B Ar Asheville, $. U No, ky I Wp '
AI' )C..... Cll Ito t'.It4Wt Y 41kt
.Inlttelano,.. If TOIwant alt of having been taken for a barg- afaetartng com pent**, tine fiber A' lies Sprlegs, N U HtJ. JeT 211(1 .,. l' .
wtthoat a .
maafaetory ono rwetlfylftg to, "r e..p h,. as AAr
for lifetime.1aerrto tar try his. n.a4. Henry Davis A ballet A' Ksosnll.T.nn Pin. lip etanp
t! a piano from a revolver pWro.d the liver peaUa tflaal. two b4uab..o4 well J.noJ"m.1 $o. k, M&* IIni tlpr/ng.. AII. II do
thee .
toy ,
BU ae4 *tor.. mbra, lng every ; }
.btJI.. t4Q. RJ t Up \
Ar M.
and aiawt tte.** !. the '
thing A' Cincinnati ; 1VIa1hushekT The wounded maa 1. r,,Uag, afui .. ,
- -- -- ; em!
Triwe a. low a. r.e..bt.sl wtta ..M3Uc. aa operation- sad was living at a Ute "a. an-Dalll 1'ullmas 1 0,...... :., J""bfJn.m. b'Cnelanathspine ritooes

oe e* r ........ .*..o* W**rs* boon The Florida as4. tloQ.s 1."ln. Car between xa. Iii-P.Ilmea IJra.l..c RIM'
rtoL We rVtor treieha. Write and J..k..n"llle sad Clo.etn..U. MI..pl.( C.r t..n Juk.mull..
.. .
'l Orowift AcH** -"" -"
a.M TODAY }'rultand Truck GrowerL. Illrmiagham Neraphts and Kao.e.Eteelkal .
Krmo&4$ Tex. 'u $.rvlre. '
In. JoU oauMPr. Dialog Cisy
J. DXCX BY, r wnt-r*. April U. \VO* "I bar wad -- --- - - -- - -

jLuddenBates Bnrd'. .ow-UDlm.l ia my fatally rLA. ARIttVAUl AT JACKlkJHVILLK, '

for three ,......' 1 .o.Ul aoi be vrltfcmt Oa. Tear ..--.. . . fl.OO From New York, IV ashfsgtoa.tsNo.. ?7V"Wa.hliiglon' aa.J VlarUa' Lrtsv.

.U Is th* a ae. 1 have od, on WaigW c f4e.. 19 la..d;' y .
Swlkm Music Bouse, my little girl for growing pate aa4a from** New"Vork. Wabl.gto ....-11'1. S3. "Washington sod rlorida KM- ''t..
a"e I* her kae*.. It tired her rUUway. Pre. 74)y. fJI. tChicago.
sad Florida tin.
GA. A aaa4oaiy Illustrated taagaalae '101I8 Ciael.aaliAsb.inUl.etc.-Jfu.2Y, WMfefagta ,
t? SAVANNAH, . I Have aUo& aNd U for trot bit-.. devoted epeiaUy to UM lat ireMCIta I :. .:At*a. ... ; 1,

hv --JON D. MURPHY tiff.AfTH tea ft, with ge'od He...., U" the trait sad v.gtaW. peers ot C rror, .Ca.lnaatl.Atlsat..eNr-N.I/71a.Uaalt.fr( .
\,. .:. .---., .. 117. Ut UaJmaat 1,, ner rued." ,&.. ice Florida. ... :
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FLORIDA MAY 18 190r.
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1 John Shuford of :Mlcanopy was a Ml** Joule Call, who ha been teaching Reception at Tallahassee.The

NEWS OF CITY AND Giineivllle visitor yesterday school, at Crystal Hirer Is the guest \ Pensacola tendered News in by General speaking Gil.of ILSON'S.

this the reception
in city.
of the Misses
Judge J. T. Will of Starke I* a visitor last week, to .
COUNTY CONDENSED to the city on professional buslbei. Carload extra fine bananas just in. Christ at the Leon Hotel of schools ..
bunch. Out-of-town the county superintendents
$1 and $150 a here we'are, again with Horn'
order include 15; cents for crate that it wa a most charming and
C. B. Hodges, Jr., of High Spring Gainesville Fruit A" Produce Co. d2wl:.! says affair State Superintendent Bargains f..- 700. No matter \\'lu, Ii
Matters of General Interest Gathered delightful In'the Goods line ,
and T. II. Walt of Hawthorn were in want Dry vn h. "
A. S. Ilnrrls of Savannah representing Holloway and Mrs Holloway were
Oar at less price than you can Hud i n .
by Reporters. the city yesterday.A. the Georgia Supply Company was prominent in the receiving line, and a

G. Lamb of Mlcanopy, who was in i in the city on business yesterday. He General Gilchrist was ably assisted In [

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS the city yesterday report a very Rood formerly resided In Gainesville, where his efforts to make the evening: sac- where.SPECIALS

fall of rain la that locality. he has many friend. who were pleased cess by Miss Hampton. who had entire :

What Has Happened and What Is Goingto John W. Eltel of the Hamilton Hotel to meet him. charge of the arrangements and the

J ,- Happen Told In Short Paragraph : .White Springs, is in the city. lie The Seaboard Air Line will) operate ladies, who were under her direction, 20 dozen Ladies' c Vests only K e i

: report a thriving business at the trjeir first excursion to Jacksonville arranged and perfected the pleasing 15 dozen Ladies' All-Linen HeM-
So That "He Who Run May Read"I ,
Spring from Gainesville May 27th. Tickets details. med-StitchedKerchiefs. each li c

It In The Sun. Pay your water rent to T. B. Eli/., limited to return May( 30th. Fare In the dining-room, which was lav- 10 piece Curtain Swiss regular

Old newspaper for tale at The Son city tax collector, 118 West Main street $1,75 for round, ,trip. Trains leave ishly decorated, delicious fruit punch 15c value, at per yard. u or

t office iflAdle. Office hour 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 p. Gainesville 7:40 a. m. and 2 p. m. Returning was served. Mrs. H. H. McCreary and. 2U pieces 7o Gln! hamfor, yard H
in. to 6 m.
*'ea1llDjt cards in latest style p. leave Jacksonville 10 a. m. Mrs. J. Stuart Lewis presided at the
;. at Ban office. D. M. Rio. of South Carolina, who 2:40p. m.Deputy. I bowl.

John Chesnut it spending few day has been partaking of Gainesville' Sheriff Granger placed the At 11 o'clock the dancing began 2',4
fur the few weeks has
at hi*l farm In Alaehaa. hospitality past Rev. B.J. Grant under arrest the other thirty couples among whom were the
his home.
8imonon' Wonderful Salve for sale to day, on the charge of larceny. Deputy local belles and beaux and visitors,

by J. W. McCollum Co. Prof. J. O. Portpet of New River Granger was instructed by Justice T. J. taking part in the dance. Between Remember we have only this lot o' ct

For Rent-Office* over Chltty'i principal of the Crystal River school Knight of LaCrosse to make the ar the numbers the cool, spacious porches Fine $1.25 White Spreads 9 8 C

.tore. Inquire R. H. Porter. I It In the city. He wa a former student rest. The reverend divine is a gentleman were a favorite rendezvous for the to sell at, each. . .. . . ,

W. J. Hodge, a prominent farmerof of the East Florida Seminary. of color and is the spiritual adviser dancers. . at .

Alachua, wa In the city yterday. When a bilious attack is decidedly of the flock at Hague Alachua The evening was one of unalloyed

unpleasant it I* quickly over whenChamberlain' and LaCrosie.W. pleasure, and was a very graceful com
For Sale IjOOO Irish potato barrel..
a 6 Btoinach and Liver Tablets
J. N. Bone, Gainesville, Fla. d2w4twB. are used. For tale by all druggists.In . H. Steckert land commissioner pliment to the distinguished body of Wilson's Busy

B. W. Walt. of Hawthorn wa among a well played game of baseball and Chas. S. Hill, civil engineer and men who have been here for the purpose -

a the badness visitors to Gainesville yes- Starke on Monday, between the Starke surveyor for the Cummer Lumber of perfecting the county school

terday. and Galneiville colored team, the Company, accompanied by J. Mosbj system of Florida. Store.

M. )f. Scarborough of Lake City and Starke team won by the score of nine Taylor, have gone to Lafayette and Lake City Commencement.The .

A. B. Simmons of Bell were in the city to seven. Taylor counties to inspect a large tract
of timber land situated in tbat local. editor of 'The !Sun acknowledgesthe :
yesterday. J, P. H. Bell and family, accompanied -
ity. They took a camping outfit consisting receipt of an invitation to be present T. F. THOMASDlltlTUlM
Large Hoe of fine hammock at allY by Mr*. B. E. Gruell leave today the annual
of tents and other equipage at commencement ez-
U. McClellan Undertaking camp
% price
for Cedar Key, where they go for a escises of the Lake City High School,
Company' dot and will be gone upwards" of

J. W. McCreary of Cedar Key I.I visiting two weeks'. vacation for rest and recu thirty day. Tuesday evening, May 23d. The class ((0.
peration.The consists of five young !ladies and includes
of the
in the city. He I I. a ion
best housekeepers pronounce Attention U, D. C. di.. Idol: Shelton who has many
p late W. T. MoOretry.
Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla extracts There will be a called meeting of friends in this city, and Miss Naomi

!t II. F. Dexter a former citizen of perfect. Ask your grocer for Kirby Smith Chapter U. D. C., at the Hampton, niece of Miss Clem Hampton FULL LINE OF
Live Oak made a call: among hi. friend Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla. Takes
home of Mr. Marcus Endel North former preceptress in the Gainesville -
'. In this city yesterday.A. Ie... Flavor perfectly. Pleasant street at 4 o'clock this after schools, who also has a number of NEW GOODS.

Sear of LaFayette county wa In Ladle, join the pressing club and noon. This will be an Important meetIng admiring friend in Gainesville where MM MP*-M '* -

: the oily yesterday and doing business have your garment cleaned at reasonable and a full attendance is especially she I I. known to many and highly! re Agents tor... '
v :. at the United State land ot0ce.vy4 price.. Membership fee only spected. Both have the best wishes of
$1,CO\ a month limit to eight pieces. desired.MRS. :Monuments, Tombstonesand
; Altering dyeing and repairing at Gainesville Pressing Clob. J. N, HTROBIIAR Pre. their many friends in their efforts to
Iron Fences.See
reasonable price Gainesville Fretting Miss MAUD GRAHAM Se... attain the higher education. .
ii Clob. All work guaranteed.The W. H. Brimmer of Wisconsin, who "Our Samples

gutter and streets boat the has become a regular winter visitor to "Oh Miss Col. Geo. G. Mathews' Lecture.

; city are being cleaned and present a Gainesville has started on his trip to Mandy. There was an attentive audience Personal attention to all Matters la

better appearance In many place the North. He expect to spend the Coming South for her health which present at Seminary Hall last eveningto this line. Mall and telegraph' orders

summer In Wisconsin and Michigan. was ,somewhat affected by the big promptly attended t..
Miss Lillian Watkins of Orlando I I. listen to the address of Col. Mathews -
:McQueen Charles of Old Town Lafayette strike Chicago. She will be open
the guest of her eoutlnt, Mr, *nd Mr*. ocuBrazil and her people, and they
county, a prominent stockmanof for introduction to ALL. Meet her! Gainesville Florida
n, B. Peeler Hbe will spend sometime were amply rewarded for the time and
here. that section brought -50 head of .
attention they gave the speaker. Col. ---- --- -------
cattle here on Tuesday and hipped
U. M. Tench ha* returned from an Mathew has an excellent delivery is
extended tour of the ,West where he the entire lot to lit Augustine, If j wasa YORKRACKET. well posted with his subject and his THE CONTINENTAL
creditable of stock
showing our
ha been for some time in the capacityof very NEW language is pleasing to all who enjoy

traveling aleman. productions. elegance of diction. Being a man of t'AFE-KESTAURANT.
lion. Henry S. Chubb has returned
letters he finds
If you desire to shade your porch in little difficulty in en. ,. - .., .. "----,. ,. - .. . ...
hot weather we have a nice line of from hit tad mission to Winter Park tertaiuing audiences of the better I ;
J o, bamboo porch shade at the lowest where he was called on account or the cla se*. Ills lecture deserved H full iitI 'I

,) price H, McOlellan Undertaking Co. alit" ..* and subsequent death of his house !
:New shelving It being placed In the little son, Walter Robinson Chubb. .

'3 rear end of the drug tore of J.Y.. lie has the sympathy of lilt large circle $33 to Pacific Coast. I I

McCollam \ Co., which will add muchto of friend in his sorrow. Ticket will be on sale from Chicago,

the convenience of this well via the Chicago Union I'acitia and
are Hr l L.
Clyde Carter recently graduated -
North-Western Line
establishment during the autumn
:t raoged In m-dloine, ha rented office in
k't months at this low
Get in the ""swim" gentlemen. Join the Porter block next to The Sun office _- -. -- rate. Correspondingly

1- the pressing club. A monthly pay and I I. fitting up nice room nr.Car'.r low rate from other points
mentof |l.fiO entitles you to have sixteen Daily and personally conducted excursions
with honors. He U
graduated a
pieces cleanest and pressed. What. The "Good Old In Pullman tourist sleeping
p I II cheaper than that Gainesville popular young man and will no doubt without .
car, through change to !Han
k. Pressing Club. enjoy the practice IUI deierve. Friends
Francisco Los Angeles!: and 1'ortland. Pint. corner'.Soutb: of Pofttoffloe .
$ Mr*. R. C. iteddlck of Keddiok I I. the wish him much sneceu. 'Summer only $7.00 for double berth. Full )
: Time"l8f'em. particulars Opn lr.HI: HM.ItM. 1'eV.e.
welcome of Mr Robert Mo. Deputy Sheriff J. D. Siford of sew- Drip ..
guest on application to U' R Knis- "...'.r. ...'..
Clellan. She I.I en route home, after a berry brought,:: Charles Green to the
visit to her ton, George, at Tallahaa- county jail yesterday serve a few oar duty to keep a* cool a* possible ---- --, - ----

see, who I it serving' In the capacity, of lines for the county, Green was found during the heated term. Chapter Meeting.The EE

in the ttanate, guilty before lud llendertonof' using
lags --. I regular business meeting of theJ. s MITH'S
The Jacksonville (mil team will be at ob0ene language and wa fined .::36 and MOUNTS
J. Finley Chapter U. D. C., will be
lime May kith 7th, :28th and :-t 9th, costs or three months in jail. lie had We will name a few ar- held Thursday afternoon a* 4 o'clock WELLAll

'f and play Savannah on those date, to more time than money hence will at the residence of Mr.. W. B. Taylor
ticles that have In
that thrwe who take advantage of the abide here, we our MR*. W. B. TAYLOR Pre*. the old standards and

tM Heabuard .Xl"union on the 37th can Mr I *. W K: Dow expects to make her. establishment that will help 31... J. L. KKun', Roc Sec. the choicest of the new ones **

... one or more of the games, departure today for Clearwater and sU. --- issued.Ask

O Northrop of Moutrval. .', tj Petersburg, where the will visit friend you to be comfortable: A Positive Necessity as .

U In the city for ft few daft looking for a few days. Clearwater she will Having to lay upon my bed for 14 displayed to to see advantage them, as in they a ease.cannot be .

1 around fur a plat* to In"ate. Although bf the guest itf Miss Ahnes Rodger days from a severely bruised leg I

S,: favorably intire....d with our eily, he Friends uf this lady wish her a pleasant A Nice Hammockon only I found relief when I used a bottleof SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. S.

i decided" to In lie a trip to South Florida! visit a* will no doubt be the ease.r Ballard'. Snow Liniment. I can ,
t Iwfore deciding what h. would do. he: has many friends In that section the veranda will make It several cheerfully recommend U as the best School Children and Babie .

who will be delighted to entertain. her. degree cooler. medicine for bruises ever sent to the
Ml. :Maud Kvant: of Live Oak has ar- .
rived In the city and for the next r"wl - 0, ___ __ ... _._ afflicted. It has now become a positive Fine Fadeless Fotografs '

days will be the guest of the MUses I I IJ".J. READ THIS. A Good Ice Cream Freezer necessity upon myself.-D. R. : From Locket to Life Site.SMITH'S .

( ... Thl young lady visited! Olio. ha a tendency to lower the Byrne, merchant Doversvllle, Texa ,:

yule last year and made" many friend", iiprlugtield, Tenn, June U, hall 250, Ate. and $l. Hold by W. M. STUDIO.

t I( who will be delighted to greet her I have been troubled! with kidney temperature.- Johnson Gainesville Fla., and J. C. -- -- -
Bishop, Alaehna. Fla. -
again and bladder trouble for a number of Climal
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Judge Mason issued marriage II. years and severely *o, and having noticed -
cen.. yesterday to the following pr- the advertisement of lies r.V, bane over your bed will make the room Some Men LeaveAn

l tons who will venture on the placed Hall's Great Discovery, A Texas Wonder 5 to 1O degree* cooler when the ,.

waters of the seat matrimony rJd.K : concluded: to give It a trial from moequiloe begin to try to r
sing JOG awake.A Estate (for the WidowTo
Slappy and Mary A. Sherrouse, which 1 found great relief and would

white, and Lawrence {William I and recommend it to thoe similarly afflicted. i5t ,

.\ ... Thomas, colored.Mr _H, H. Kisut. Suit of Our Feithir-Weight invest and loe. or a. a temptation N t.p ,,
to (xr aUtore. How mach
k. J G. :Xlcholi and daughter.Mi A TEXAS WONDER. Underwearwill better leave her ..
: .. Alice, took their departure yet :seep yon as cool' a* a encumber. If

terday for Hoton Ma**., and etpectto One small bottle of the Texas Woo* S500 or $1,000 a Yeirllncome' '

R *|-"n>t Ihe healed term In the New der, Hall's Great Discovery cure all A Pair of Our Low-Cut Shoeswill ilf.

KnRlaud: Mate. Their many friend and bladder trouble, r.mov.1grave for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? .
the feet thoroughly comfort-
core diabetes Mmlaal emir keep
rash" them '
a moat enjoyable season of eW.
stuns. weak and lame bas*. rbensna able. .. -
pleasure and recuperation, tisrn and alt Irregularities of tae kidneys will rend you some Utereitiagaformatioa =: =._ -

The taUrlorof Mrc>usEndl.'. clothing and bladder la both men andwomen 'ft). might uaat aa.y mare artiek.r. ( bowiaK how small aaaanaal Ii t Ij
rexuUiee bladder trouble. iaehiUrea. oolUy sttJH yield a permanent ieW. WilTS i:;:: \
illy (ton* it being renovated and dee feat It ye will jest rail we will take income for . ,
orated, and when, completed will be In will be sent. if by hot mall old oa by your receipt drocgUt of II., (resit' plravMir la .a.wa\ff yes the aa). whom yearly you ear) to ,......w.a .y ae far w**'*u.*.*.-. .;';.;;;;; .;ute.ees4;

keeping with' the handsome stock die One small bottle U two month' treat. aa4y et them.PHIFER. tti.yd.i.s.r5nt..i..a.ae..M.tt+. .. 1M

played Th. work, is in the skilful meat and seldom fall to p.rf...i a W.LilLL&W.l.liaBOX.AfeHal tita RACx- CUI ef UI.... \
baud of Surnbtwr A l Phillip of thUrity .or*. Dr. Ernest W. IIail.sole maattfMlnrer. ton. &.... _a 'k aoq.' gr.e el... ;
P. O. boa ti79: St. Loot. M.. BROS., Acemt The VUTCAL at Ue ... I..... WO.M7 >*.. '. .;
a guarantee that it will be done H-txt for wUmoatala. Hold by all Life tasar****Caw .f 5w Test,

Y 1- .a modern style. druggist*. llklten,' O ....r. Oal evUle, Fla. (.A15ESTIU.C.: I_ s t FLORIDA ,,;1THE )1
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