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
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 26, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00607
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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VOL. XXII, NO. !J M I (GAINESVILLE, L FLORIDA, FKIMAY, MAY "(H. P.MI! TEN CENTS A WEEK:

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FAR EASTERN SITUATION I I WILL CONVENE AT ATLANTA. INDUSTRIAL WAR IN I I Davisbcro's BOND FOR Alleged POTTER Bank IS FLED Embezzler PRINCE NAKACHIDAZA f

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State Federation of Trades Will Hold
II Taken to Sandersvllle.

PORTRAYED !i Its Annual Session June 2::. I i Sandert, -. U,U"IM ;::5,- -iKtecuvillOMltt ( -
BOMB
THE "WINDY CITY"Both VICTIM OF
Atlanta tia.ia) :'=-.-The StattfKt.ui.iau.ou : .! I I han<< arrlxd here wllh Mar I S ,

I & ; ot lltiuk stilt. hull Ua uu- : I Potter who Is charged with emln7rltiiit

: ttuai, lUcfliiiii .a I.". ell> HIt Iil'ol ats.oa -*.1 the I ttin.ts of the la\'Ubom !.>ank.11,1 ,

Latest and Most Reliablb Information tu btin.. id 'JU Jua' .::. The me. Iliii Mayor and Sheriti PreparTo !, ,< | they wiut ImiiKHlUttfly lo the law Killed Whiln Occupying Seat c
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of Aill be aiuutlcvl. oa large iniiu- : QiVrt the SlgUI1l tirni of Mou. T. \\'. Hardwlok! to IU the m His 1'nvatt Carnage. ,1

bit u4 ,olauiirmg mu rout a iI l Vhr I i iKHUi.CotiK"'nti"in.
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the elate and piointac. to !br- one ol I llurilwlrk and l a hrotherlulaw -- - ,

AFFAIRS IN THE FAR EAST WAR the moat murtE.iiUji \'un h'nttun" j.tt WHICH WILL JAR CHICAGO CITY : o( !1'"lIt.'ulunl'l J, |H. hung ASSASSINATIONS' AHE RIFE AGAINSi.dells's

heid; by the tederution of trader. I I I of l 1"lIl1n it. (ili., r<<<,|>ret>ent the d..- ----

Cfiiiitlule the cutloii U represent
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11.lIu'u arranged
Llnevitch that a Rus- Interesting progLuu InV Chief of P> tc. Is Wounded
General Reports tM and tluie will be instrumental CUte Troops Held Rridmcss to .'il t"( Coiouelrt; I Ktiui and lOvun. 4 w

of tliN The bond has heen fined by an Unknown Man While Ha Wa
alan Detachment Ha Successfully anU, vocal &electtons during the pro,. Check Any Advances Which May Be cloy
Lay' the It li' 1 tlT ut the a<1\lc < of I the ..,,- Porch of Ch.lb- Three
Attacked the Japanese Trenches. reh of the luveting. Made by the Strikers-Peace SijntAr Sitting Upon
Bettor ,s"'iH'ial I mill JII.IKO. of the into
German Sailors Mutinied. tio\t'rllur Terred l and MajorVooJ<< Faomg. Away.Chicago. Other People Are Injur..... }
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die i-livult at ,1,1)1lthuliith: ( the
surd wil. J-l1n'r the addresses of
May; 25.-Th.+ industrial rrcuiin fit the. bank were very anxlou May :2JThe girer- 4
I 11.1101l''III' L.-
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Tokio, May 24.-115 a. tu.-Imperial welcome ou the part of the state "' .
wiilt a piibnlbillty uf t inuinal law to have the amount, of the bo'iiti plated of kkiku. Prtno
Army headquarters made the following, Clt) :Mr Sam D Jones and Mr O. S, war nor ol the l'I'IH 1111'
the baokni.mn.l! and at l:u'ooo, It U<< ilmiuhl! that Potter 3
announcement today : I \lIun.aily0\\ 111 welcome: lift delegate :! loouuug u,; m .Nakac-liUUu. wait 11.,11\111\.1. l ut U.
i describes me miatlou alias tlire.it will have no dltltcull) In making bomb which wH4throuui
the of the Atlanta iuunuf.ic' nut today by i*
"On the afternoon of May: 21, a bat! on part 1 vita ChlcaKii today: aji A r''sea: tit theleailiatera the re>iulr'i| imudS. liU. cuiruv..V .
whom employ
talon of Russian Infantry and six inters nearly all of I I klltke J Taylor, terelxer of the IUiUIxiro .
union labor lion A. S.: Clay and l Hon. lieiiifiMut, whu ant "I''tnl'lul.11I1th. 1
squadrons of cavalry attacked the : bank, and lion T. I.- Urn" II. Otte weirt"
Loin P htviaston will also BL>t'ak. Peace prt.sI'i ecl have I la.led away, K'i>etuor and a 1J"ulJ..r
northern helgbtb at Clun>'aiigiiau, lu of the iug'.t klorUhoUlern: lu the hank
the<< exprten coiiiiitnivi; ha\ In,; refused :IMI! inctiiully killed by the i-xploHlou,
miles north \Vesyuanpaomen.. but and other li.t>laboio' cllUens: urn hire. ,
.. U l".'II"H'I, lu have -
to retreat one inch liotu then ptet >,,-- and the cotichtu.ili
On the morning of May GALLANT CONFEDERATE DEAD.CoUnel all of shunt ate .1"1.1)| | | Interente.l lit
were repulsed. .
I ly anouuced |x>,,lliou. Kiuiiluer andteaniBlem receltid .. .nlhl.11101.. from whlctlhe i
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the outcome of the case
battalion of Russian infantry' and l
22 a au- prepared bur a li.,hl o( I Ilu will >ll... '
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three troops of cavalry advanced l John S. Reed Expires at His <1..l1l1lh.It'nllI. I \\'Hr..II\\ May' 21.--'I'ho chief of p* -it.

Along the Klrlu Taulu roads toward Home In Harrison. N, J. Slayer Dunne. and Wi'iiIT ilarrett TORNADO. HITS... GEORGIA COAST lice of Slulillicapllut\ of the govern

,Chlenchntzii.. and one company of In X-w' York :May :25.!: -John Gonlan are i>-pared ID >;Ue th.' 'IlulJl! \\ M< Residences D.amagf'd- -aid. Station Is i inenl of thut nntiie wu severely In. n

Pantry gained the western helsht near Herd, a native off''II':' York but served will bring UKnut t* troop into the "recked-No Person Injured. I juii'il' li) lh' i-xp'iMlnu: flf" bomb atHe lwmidnight.

the village !but were repuUcd. 1'11" AH a colonel In the confederate army. streets of the city at the llri-t Hulk.i' Ha! Va'1.1'an, Ua Ma.% ..> tnloi luctliui I r

Russian cavalry on the tight bank of is dead at his<< home In harrison N. lion of an outbreak: anJ lioveruor. Ifc-n lelatirK h. a luriiuUo mat .tiu<'k lli'kii I was sitting\ on tho veraiiila of it

the LJao river commenced a rttnat ou J. He wail thins In Arkansas when the i-en Is ready to rt'"INllicI I u) the call ..ttalntst 1\11 uiiil \4oinKoiiivr' > and that .v 0'11'111 i : 'hilt hou e when an unknown man "I t>- t;

the morning of :May 22 and at & o'clockin waif began and at OUCH entered the s trxoiul'si notice of the coani Tu>-.iltt) alt\" ruoon has I, I proitclied an.1 I hulled n lioml at hint.Tlio .

the afternoon the enemy' had reached aooll1b..rn army. Willie two brothers The IUlllh..r1"111 l (""' .t jjr.'*"I\'t'ly l Just i.ratlad H vai..i.ih: Tlie wind niUnlle, howler. fell soled, (but

a point south of Tallin which flea served l In the oppoMn<< *: molt ttlan oriiK'd. threateneduik '. ,,lo \was of nil.iu dll''illt'll. Iml a number expliHleil' near ID the chief of IKICV.|| 1

17 miles wot of F.ikumen. l'ulul1pl l H.H-d became a member of \lrlual lockoiltH A din lumbertunpattles of milturtiAU ifMiiltlii were d"11161 It. .1 tea fruKiuent; \ InjurliiK him m rloiily.'I .

, : "'\"Ith the exception! of small collisions I the staff of (Jwnerai. Sterling t:. Price, I < wete rtilkly aided tu those Thllttt1" iu injuries! to r.otldt l II'. 'lili-o otlirr p<*rw>n* were also InJured .

there: is otherwise, no change lu and wa one of the oTlcer! In charge' rt-viuuHy| Intoned in Hit'( iiiinlfl ions ,\ Muin.lt.the Mtlway tmtloii wan The tuait who thru*" the I'uub'Jeataped.

the situation." of building the defenses aU>ut Mi- of the t.atustrrs' strike. In tech wrecked! ,

... !bile Ala The southern cross of honor cake onlers to deliver mnirrlal to the In Tattntill county the toninilo last ._---. .. ----

SU rE'tcuIJlIl'g.Iay' 2j.: --GeneratUnevltch. was nlven him not Ions' ago by the btllkt-lxiund flrni I."ttht a lefuttal eil for uu minui'* UurliiK thin kI.l"f A TERRIFIC MAIL 8TOHM.

under date<< of May 23, reports United Ilaiightrra of the Confederacy: from the ilrlvers. I IH lsch.re of time I" tlt.j h section lietwtrii IteltUvlltet'ollm ._. {

thai a Uuibiau! detachment has trl\er tollowed Instantly with uuIcK and \1\ ,AIl |>rnctl<'>lly clearid of Cherry Creek Neighborhood Visited by L

successfully! attacked the Japanese Committee Gets Buty. ret Hi I at Ion enxiltift In strike of hi* I all crop, and yl l) the Inmost IrOl" s Disastrous Hesults Cnsuinp.Vsidt'.ta .

trenches on the height north of the St. Pttt'nhurg.10" 25 -The Committee fcl'.o: toaitoterk. The trik. >m today r> mulnetl! Mtanillnii It wan the taut cis May" :23A; trrtlf

s station of Clifciigtufu. ap|>ointel underlie tirenldfccy uiajx Idle prarticatly all of tli> I d< MlrtK'livc wm
-- of M. KuMler. assistant mluUtrr of i large ) rda in the di 'uci"Nlnuy ( vii Inlt) In years.At iJ..b..1.. 4 \ abut beta l I..t 11.,111..| i A

.' St. Pftersourj. May 2..-The author the Interior to decide! upon the meaanrea I :' fl>,- per c> !it of the lumber C'oll'm:: M 'laliilly of lite wi r<> lIalllru" r,">Nuitf' lu Ue from w yl'
the 1)la"IIII'I" In the t. crlppiiMl. ilr I struck b f iightniiiK+ ) 'They. were on! saM to
of the to adopt In order lu Increase I rill > > hlld's to a lurkey'M I. *$ ate' ,
cnnlirniation
flies here have no ty
v lei. graphed petit Toklo to the revenues: of the empire has deter j,I rioted. Secretary |1I.'r.| | of the I.nutberrt.rn's I stllnu.1 Thli )ioii'e was tu....1. hatn fMllvn

! p/ report London Uaily Telegraph to tha effect mined to rt''onllnf'n.IJncrf' ",..d tuxa ilion |I asaaclstlou "It I* only a Bet heavy spa the nrrtth.panylnst I Ii4ii ,t numl' lOr ut nro<5* wlm w rmusM t

the railroad to the amount necmwry to meet timtitr of. .khort tim when the per that ih,- hat S.ton.-s lay uu tb. Kttl'lll.1' in the storm ".-,.. .tunlly InJllf..I.
"d.that the Japanese hate rut I t
:
,' the additional I exr)*"tifi on account of test of the bullillnu "p: 'rallons of the tu a depth of IJ: loch's. Cropit were bootee to the |iri un'l stet
'ii'} Vladivostok and Isolated that I _ _._ _ _
,,til I hI' will \V. calllnrf '-' w
." the war and Is now xjn \ Tlng cliy ci flats. are now lam anlttittU and rattle! were .badly
-* fortress The director of telegraph question of an Income\ tat from HUMbe on the ruiloer' an*.x-iatlou' fur taro Will Wipe Out OrthoJo"", hurl In insiiy lu .I.nc.r*

/ informed the Associated I'U'1i1t today ( rttinmUtlon desires. to raise $J.:. aura and l till we get .ihfiu. the buliil Hi )..butti..btsy& :U .1 he Mos 'I he ktorm ro frd sit arra of alnn>''',
? that there are two lines Vladivostok.. leg bun .. will ...lallly mfferIntrrnallonal lint. r r.., the. If sdlutt t.'at lowers <
? Siberia uuu;,)'> :m- s net- i cow : s mllo near' the lHi.li.r and AhlypUnlatlone I
-' one direct by way of Khabaro\nk. : i'r.-.i.l'-nt C. I' Hh .. oiK4ii lii It.I.. .... bas bi-KUU a IJllh' .

I[ and the other via Harbin. The Formal Measures Taken. at the T"alll"If"u union' ann'iunri'.l' war against rrllnUnu tolrrtl! arftu \ -or

t former la working and no Interruption St. r' .I'rsburg, May 22: ,-The government hit inti Dllou lids) 0.1'! I 1) |''d' r..l Ju U. (log that H ale&:l vkipo out urtltoijoly lu PROIi1TR0- '

of the latter bad, been reported thin <". f:. KohUaat and toaster In than the lion-oflluxloi M-rllon* of i |b.. "..Uti BUCKET .NO
format
ban now liken ineanuresto ---
morning from Harbin, whence nies- cemtUtvs, dumcn and eery. KUfrtinto. \b \ i.-.IsUug i | In refu I try 1 h* paper iUrlt at l least '&11, North .Itt. Supreme Court Affirm

' sage are constantly arriving la.quiries '...NTther prevent pro* >tnclal and district Institutions 'leg to answer < u..1' "m. at the r.. ii>M Ku..lait. In I'oUnd aril|) ruin uuiUt Lwer Court's D..l,lon.

', on the subjtct bate been djj& from Indulging In unr*.tricir i .million of th* b.illlt of alleged v4> the Inntl..nr"f )U>iuau "'albulie H.I-.b.. C May 2i.-Tb. North

patched to Harbin The war office debate and adoption: resolutions on U latloo of the strike 'inrttons.)" .. l'rr If the f.lb..lIe.i ar> permitted to Carolina: ...(.'.ni'" court ha. affirmed" !
I has news of the railroad being cut, {dent Hhea bd l hl" leruilnattofi! '
no
subject of a change In th. form of COy ptimHyt "Tb uka baa already the diwfVliMi of the beer court: At'.
?r: and the Idea that the fortress la cut ernment. Interior MlnUter linulUIn on the tact that lo .11. ..r aught len>l high a drpiorablM; effect ut the Itno laming th* act p....d by tho ..t l I.*

:c off on the land side Is regarded a* absurd bas Issued a circular declaring (I... to Incriminate him The strike tradff slaw. Mujlk says' tilt<< U."U. ,.IAI'''. preahiblttna I burb.t. .hop*'* and t

: though It I I. always possible that such dueu.stons do not come within declared that tir uld au!!., him ".",.,ne ahem<< ah.rla,.. ciirrrnt that the prsrllrm. of dealing In tl.III'.

t, a small raiding party might reach the tb.' MXipr <>f the JrulwrUI' uko tsmied self to b.. sent toa < tot
$. railroad and temporarily damage it March 3, ctantiiTg the people freedomto than answer MIijueciloiis.. U*,. lbs i.' It I* ...n paid that the .ur' or to open a i,1 lar* where
t F> It Is considered Im Oult.t... however petition the emp-rur through the aUv t<, the SJt'f..lo>'#"' .>( railing out of prtrt- li: ....r-ttu. a (.1",11| << and Its'' I"ttle. are furnUbvd or to buy or salt

i:> that a Jpanee force of siifflrlen committee of ministers on all matters state troop, ilr "ai. .. .aid."l : the )111'1"' wb* ,
'. strength to hold the railroad and tern relating to their general welfare The *+ them call the -..ov.. Tbat will\ IU 'albII""I will be. Iran gi.) U I. hot nx t*mpl4l{ Mt, The eAse.' t

'/. porarily damage It could hare pan**.. ruing: In effect I* that this privilege applies not alter th* situateu as far .4 tb* p.rt.d and t"miM>llii to live In thf.. of lb. rj..C\lAItq la U) clos* up all the y

tbrnuch the Russian 'kirmi.h line. to the people AA Individual and tesmrlrre are coo> ti-->1 TJi* Issue pro.li.c...." brstiebve of (h. cotton asrhaags boueee i iM.

which keep la toacn for the rnllntance .!>.- that organized: io.lilutW u.Uit con acer..re ant ..,..,t. rii. 4 with the uuvf Thrwnrjod! **] that tbU U la. this claim 4o4bg s future bun! ... ,

btwe D General Unetitch I line tb.m_lv_ to Questions w rt I. aUma of *ag'.a. on the. .street ands nut s '..11'..... war, but a |HIP.i ', |f'& --. --- ..- ---
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' army and the dtvltion along the Tu their competency. Tb, duty of enforcing not S** .pfad tun rational tMttl** Dy Current Turned On. -

; men riser. thin inhibition U imposed no the to any great, "tirrrV. are "..ID.I 4 Tb" Nwvuw V'r'sayii this nmratrng al ('.,uy.r.. a... May 15. The day cur

A prraldlTig: officers. who will b* amten. : our '- effort to . v It wltaio lu tars what it t..rm. IS* ln** 4. .... loran. lb. el.ctrl.. plant has been t

jA London May ::$.-The Great :-';otthern abe to pro''utton for prinlttipx In- present limit:' I mar..". of Ih. Jw:' win,. lto. payer iurn, .d oo, (toyer. ban g...M CH-''.' 1
The!' circular: was plainly Is annouaclBg h, refa, ,,.1| toby 1M sal "
- > '--otupany office-> la l>m- fractk/ot < doa TeUgr baa recetwr4 ioU intimation t..odID&I designed to pit an end to the political que.tlaaed \btr ft *...., but V> sell .. ua.4 to rise tb* ma.rMAry fur tb.cur. ''

statement cabled by the agitattoo wbtch ba* bn ov nly I In 1Ifr tlta. .W I shrew a yartitf. flf pafrlollam. W/.li" *,.". mill amid fuse *,.M,Kt town
tb
to uo&rni ipondQ
Tokio eort thai the railroad( )ln jail Aaylv ., t au <.<< U.De. as. ate rnov.mesl:' The s4ast I la .Ui*.t...| |j mll*. from I'lT
D&JI, Telegraph, aver the qut.taon.'it,. the ........,
-- I Wwa sod f
light ( ,
l"'n *w by the np Jtb.onay, .and Ua
Vladivostok has Nun: that the fwrU Japanese Labor fttrlk Ef.4s.Honolulu. I will ds my oea t'. !'stag. n. tar Trial l lof ef '.".'.1' rer brli.ry.St ,.,.. U ..11| furnish power fr fl.-
aoeae with the rt- .h. rae that rigfc f .$"' ....U) '- 1.1. $.. May :' n.e toys... Cato4ie sad Atlanta
-1-. t .I.rtrt. rails.yr1. .
May I* --A -
real Uc a itt. 11.'. the <."*.u-/.. r lewd tu (Acrid lieeal.r .'r.." II| .*.wr\ot Mt ttw

-- gram fr tai alga ears Ih.t th* i..te w.. I IIIlch' well go to jolt ebarj. c-t neA.ry, wblrb was ... for "
made by t.. trlkisg J..y naw..r ., Missing.I :
Peters! z-g. May h Kater ly agreement I tor waterapt u', "'."r.4t'y' I a b..rllll: Tu.a4al Incourt. the ...,..\ t I "'
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plantation labor' rs to ftwra tj Ies.n May U '"laluq .Ua, tb"
.C""I-cod fro arm sac .tae sr11. ft rla oho JaJI"nl""I'
'a etv vq wan ee.suaan4 wU salt Urcf ..
day rep The I'..... ., tit
work today tJ been a.ttmcate4stlcatkm lb. \/11..0 ltu.Jla, iS
l.xh the MlI'roe.lt ;. Mr .. 'IseMattamiat.. .
biD jail that ., a .W1'1.. covirt ( was grasi.
-/ is 4-.*eritM-j: thetele* alb It...< to Vta4iaustoawolt.ag oi4l". vll) *ut.I'aesalt., break .4. v. thai l*..rrt. "Illt .cne lllttxj./
more srta.. It N lurtber slated Pt.,- ..1..1.", sn4 as iseirrlsatph, ..f his
Lad l*. A.aat. I .T. It wwiH v "". u> sv tbt tL-e' is tbe trUt bur 'oIJf".r !>-<.i...n..t tans. .
t tt,- JapA*.* with tu refers to "0111_ booits ,. **,.Ioa to Ilea,. .vaaJIOfj a .li.utt.
.. was au',Lortted to dray tare re I the dbetr beitNees men trf I t. --.., wnght f tIt ..sot. !>.. a' JffflUoo ftty, oa Useelt.rg..t .I
toot ae p-r..t. by ... of ahOet III. )e'. I"itta, warn apraasia.at
i
L .t the f. rtres: taoiatkra I I -- waet tile aldter.. bWIUII III "It 4f psil'aiHari. Jt.rbOUIIa real.J..at of CTMH. .
tko staaldl.r. sere With tot ol
Rak..d.ac"'l a a
artt..h a.r C"It). .
1".C' ... .Aaarr....aae4 t.o strews s. H..rt I. $..ved.ha4 .
> Oucfcia Cb aal May SS Ilay U II a. ...-n.tn..b .. .+. .r..
U n. .. ....... sriasd t. I .
<< deadly west 4sebatw. ( "...,. 1147 :.-
eoeto.1 U- ..__., Usc4iri.r.. wbkb UAaselae4
j x''ii!; of the German .. .aabwst Get tR L...*...,.. ,"
tacatr- weals of Krt.a s. flue .u be I. danger, At any Tire ..I..t..... rf r t.r7 hat's br'.ft,

tat l etbot tk. hies Lattlr.I'' bT 'M U.Jsprases.wan ,.,.4-4 by tbssr.1 al., tbo..aa- at p"r01e I..C Wsae. 'M feat. ',.e. 4"Jf'i., lest .silt b.as t(.w 'o"b. Its, SL-fr. eIIu.

oa bat. the Preneb vbtsbieltl oa Ira/ 10 Cfltaar. too trey Itra4s wti 1: lw't1'tgbl jl.rw w 1,4 1..4.. bii4. aaor41st . I'.rllbtu.t ...s..a lo* U.... +Ilsii to
of ten Gatar.A1J.arvs ,.nut C'O'In at ...... ,..t.,...,. 4.1'
erew cbs .tQeaajaaar.bleb .se1 nay. aa4 ..... "Mt .tn N ire Ptus.,t Gsuedf, ..(J,.., 4Isp.stthi 4a a Ise W'-I"t Um...... ifwttf ;;1-
off : rr-.c. et su "
3ta It, satborwd n. etI.sa S. ttttt4s7 ......... .... IN, 'Ik pet4.isof prtaaagaMt voters.. abrrssld aaMt Mt4l. r.; "
liw
aadstu d asud 00 1M .... 4a1. b y
71ti. er*w sbbs..2 I was. ban srrtte4 at ..... .wwtillr, I .... mctblas N tit loaf ..U t.aaa n. la4tmf .WM1at iB" .. ./t'HJaf WVV + 1 eJ ,tttJat M4 $I 1- tf:P.1\F\ >
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GROWING UP R. a' E'I"'j't' Cur'l Cholera Infant a:
THE BUCKMAN BILL ORGANIZED LABOR i4 DLvrhoea, Dysentery one s

Bowel Troubles of ChildrcJtny ,
There's something the mat WANTS NINE HOURS Stge. Aids Digest
CHANCES ARE GOOD
ter with the child that fails 1 Regulates the Bowels Strcm

fro the Child and MAl
to grow up. A child that trEETHING I POWDERS TEETHING EASY.)
and Joiners' Union
Carpenters'
Sub. BBTO
Trammell
Offered
Sneaker a
grows up too much however Pass Resolution.ARE Costs Only 25c at Druggists, or mail 25c to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D, SL Louis, %

stitute Which Prevailed. Significant Mother Hesitate no longer,'but save the health and life of

without proper filling out of your child, am thousands have done, by giving these powdcis.TEETHINA .

BOTH WILL COME UP TODAY PAID NONE TOO WELL Is easily given and Quickly counteract and ova,.
flesh, is'almost as badly off. Comes the effects of the summers heat upon teething children.E .


will help these While They Are Not Asking for In. .
y Debate on the Measure Very Animated. Nothing pale, ---- ---- -

The Opposition Working to Block thin "weedy" children JikcScott's crease In Salary Just Now, They Will ".l

i' Buckman' Pet' Scheme- Oratory Emulsion. It Insist on Nine-Hour Day, Effective on _ PRICE LIST _

Make'. Warm Session. supplies and After June I.
a . .OF. . .
the rounding out of flesh and The organized and joineR -
Special to Tbe Dally Sun carpenters

Tallahassee. Slay 25 -The Buck man of the city, at a recent meeting of
the rich inward nourishment
educational bill came up on special or- the union, came to the conclusion that.' EUREKA WINE E & LIQUOR COTHE

der at 4:30 p. m., and the forces were of blood and vital organs they were diving "too much sugar for

arrayed .in t each ether. The victory a dime," with the result that a resolution
BK which insures rapid growth a (mEAT SOUTHERN: MAIL ORDER no USE.
in the House had given the Buck. was passed to the effect that after

". man forces courage, although the opposition healthy and uniform development. June 1, nine hours, instead of ten, EXPRESS PREPAID Full Quart Measure.

was not without hope. would constitute a day's labor.

In speaking of the matter Per Fonr Six Pet,
The reading of the bill was the signal Thursday Gallon Quarts QuartsMOO Case

and Speaker Trammel! took the one of the most competent carpentersin Hatchet" Private tock .. . .... .... ... ....... f 4 TO4W MOO NI2.k'
the Hatchett'.That'.1Vhlskey .... .. ..... ..... .. .....-.... 4 M l 1:1: T .
floor and offered a substitute, which I GANEY A BAb COON. city and a prominent memberof Hatcbew... Olil KvetureaN. . .. ........ .. .. ....... ... 310 330 4 90W 116<<
animated debate the union stated that the carpenters C. Awe Brandy .. ... ........... ... ......... 4 7475! 7 00 14 ne
most
brought out a N. C. Apple Brandy. ... .. .......... .............. .... 3 2S 3 2S 85 \I -(
but finally the substitute was ordered Man Who Made His Escape From I of Gainesville not only received a Eureka Malt .. .. . . ........ ..... .. .... .... .... low JourekaN.C.PeD..hRrand)'.. .. ................ .......... 47\! 7 00 I MHO
printed aud the bill and substitute Baker's Camp Not a Trusty.In I miserably compensation for their N. C. Peach Brandy .. .. ..... ......... ............ .... 3 :55 made special order for tomor labor, but were compelled to put in a Eureka N. C. Corn . .. .. .. .... ........ ... ...... 3 2; 8 SS 4 to P TtW
4 were a its issue of Saturday last The Sun Eureka N. C. Corn. XX ... .. .... ...,..... .. .. ..... 311I 3 uo 4110 II '
row afternoon contained mention of the fact that full day of ten hours. "The highest Eureka N. C.Corn. XXX . . ......... ... .. ..... C 7S 2 7S) 41)\) f 31''
in this is Eureka N. C Corn XXXX .. . .. . ... ... .. ... ... 350: 5 5t/, 375 75u
paid a
p, The feeling" (I. quite warm here, although 1. Thomas Ganey, a negro convicted for wages carpenter city Old Crow Bourbon ... . .. .. ... . . ........... . ... 450 4 M II 75 13 M
the chances favor the *2.50"he said, "and he must be a Hermltaire Rye .. . . . .. ... . . . .. . . . 401 4 fio II 75 13 V
passage murder in this county and sentencedto Sunny Brook Kye .. . .. .". .... .. . ...... .. ... 3 T\ 3 7 of the original Buckman bill. prison for life had escaped from the first-class workman to command that Sunny Brook hour Mash . . .. . .. .... .. ... ... 3 75 S 75 5 65 J1:1t.:
salary. The Echo Sprlnif. . . . .... . .. . .. .... .. 4 M 4 M 6 SO 12 75;
d camp of P. II. Baker naval stores operator average carpenter gets Silk Velvet .. .. .. . . ... .. .... ... .. 5 00 5 25 7 "W' 15 7<
THE COMMITTEE RETURNS. from 1.75 to $2 a day, and is compelled Oak and ... .... .. . .. .. ... ... ....... ... .. .... 3 75 4 (0 6 00 12 ("
at Campville.
In Instances to work beside
many
They See Little Chance of Defeat of It is true that Oaney did escape, and an unskilled laborer whb is drawing ilo From #':..">0 to $3.50: Per (:Jallon I)eHnrfd.Sa" .

notwithstanding the efforts of the authorities twelve labels. of Hatebett'sPrivate Stock and secure a bottle tree. Save
Buckman Bill.
the Is within a few cents of the same salary twelve label of Hatchett'.Old. Bye and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of
to apprehend him man
A majority of the committee who that the skilled man receives. We Hatcbett Tbaf Whihkry and secure a bottle tree. Save twelve labels of Eu-eka
still at large. He was not a "trusty," N. C. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C. Apple
west to Tallahassee in the interest oft have talked this thing over very care Brandy and secure one bottle free -have twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure
however, as he had the reputation of one bottle free. Price of all goods bought at company'a more are 70o) per gallon lena
securing If possible the defeat of the being one of the stubbornest convicts fully and weighed the matter with justice than when delivered. No charge for j lags, boxes or drayaire. All of my bottles are
full measure. All standard brands of whiskies Hold over my bar at lOc drink-10
famous Buckman bill, returned Thurs- to all, and after June 1 if the per
from 15 leaves 5 for
All wines
In the camp. you. quoted on application. We also carry cheaper
day a disappointed aggregation, since contractor wants a carpenter he must liquors than those quoted. 8J.et'taIJ.rtces on large quantities: racked any sizes de-
Definite particulars of the escape of aired. Money refunded If gouda cot satisfactory
they reported to the effect that the bill take him at the present salary on nine-
this prisoner have been furnished by
EUREKA MINE & LIQUOR COMPANY
t: would undoubtedly pass the Senate. hour service."
Mr. Baker himself Mr. Baker states JS5 \VEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
Among those who returned were B. The contractors have not yet been
that the convict with a number ofother
s* F. Jordan, C. C. Pedrick, E. Baird H. heard from In the matter. Whether
prisoner, was working in the
L. 1'hifer, W. W. Hampton, II. A. they propose to concede to the demands -
woods under guard. In movrng acrossa
Ford and 8yd L. Carter. They left in of the carpentersand joiners, rl
small but thick growth Gan'!y made
Tallahassee W. R. Thomas Dr. J. L. or whether they will the redaction
oppose
the da,h for liberty. 1114 position was
Kelley and Walter O. Robinson. of working hours is a question to
such that the guard could not fire at Reunion'LOUISVILLE
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bi awaited. However the latter are U. C. V.
?, STUDENTS RETURN HOME. that time, which would endanger other anticipating no trouble .

lives, but as soon as a position could be

Touching Incidents Upon Separation secured he discharged his rifle three .

i of Friends of East Florida Seminary.If i I' times feet at the fleeing negro, without ef CASTORIAFor I KY.

our memory serves as rightly, we VERY
Captain of Guards Wilson "was noli- Infant and Children. LOW RATES VIA
a believe it was Shakespeare's Romeo
fled as soon as possible and put the The Kind You Hare
i who said to Juliet that parting was Always Bought
dogs on the tr.lI. but Ganey, who is SOUTHERN RY.
,), such sweet sorrow that he could say
fleet-footed, had gained considerable Bears the '
goodbye until the morrow. This remark
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headway. The dogs tracked the manta S1patureofCard ,
was addressed to Romeo's sweetheart JAINCSVILLE TO
LOUISVILLE
North Gainesville, however, where $17.80Proportionate I
$17.80 I
V as he kissed her hand a parting -ami Return
they lost the trail. It was' then that

farewell from a veranda, under the Captain Wilson telephoned Mr. Baker i of Thanks.I low rates from other point.. Tickets will be Bold

pale light of a silvery moon, on the eve desire the June I(}. 11, 12, 13, with Anal limit June 19 Can he extended until July
y of the affair, when Mr. Baker sent tn express through medium
of his starting for a long Journey. Itwas 10, If6, by depositing ticket at Louisville! and paying fee of 50 cents.
Deputy Sheriff Granger, Marshal of The !Son for myself and family
j'a indeed beautiful and touchingscene
a 1'inkoson and others in an endeavor to / our appreciation and heartfelt Tile Official Route Florida. Veterans and
a trying moment, but one which friends
find the man A thorough search thanks for the many kindnesses shownus will leave Jacksonville
woali not surpass a similar Incident in special through; Pullman bleeping Cars and
Day Coaches
failed/ reveal his of concealment during wife's illnvss and death, ,
to place : my June
9 which transpired at the Atlantic CoastLine 7:45: p. m., 12 via Atlanta Chattanooga<: and Lexington arrive
with the result that the posse and the many acts of kindness of the Louisville 1\ :10 pm., June 13. For particular, reservations ;
etc.
station Thursday as students of 'I returned to the city the following gaud people of Archer will nut be for Passenger Office 1<>/8 West Day Street.J I C 1.UK. D.I'j, apply ck.-

,, East Florida Seminary, young men end W. H McLcMiox. sonville./ Fla.
morning without their game. gotten.
4 young women, were about to leave for Archer M.yj./ ,
Mr. Baker is conducting one of the ---

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t, leg mates and friends were there to A World Wide Reputation
State, employing none but competent
I bid them farewell, prubably never to guards and the information as given White cream Vermifuge has achieved CLYDE LINETRIWEEKLY

see many of them again: as several of The Sun was erroneous. a world wide reputation as being

the students were leaving the old -- --. -. .-- '- - the best of all worm destroyers, aud

r school for the last time, having graduated Judge Mason's Court. for its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty -

at the term just clon-d. children, as it neutralizes the I
Moses George was arraigned: in II I
It was a touching scene. even for a acidity or sourness of the
Judge Mason's court Thursday upon a
hard hearted reporter, and Ticket charge of carrying concealed weapons. improves their djgestion} and.tomaeh'l

Agent Goodwin had to occasionally lation of food, strengthens their new
.r tie was convicted and sentenced to
paya
wipe" away a tear 'with the elbow of his ous .,It..Dalld restores them to the A
fine of $100 and costs or spend three
Coal sleeve lie wouldn't admit that health, vigor' and elasticity of spirits
A'1 months on the "gang" natural to childhood. Sold by W. M.
h* was affected, however but declared

he had gotten some iniect powder In An appeal was taken however' and Johnson ________________
(ieorgegave the required bond and
his Reported Sari of Railroad.\
eyes.This was released.It : S ..ILINGS
I' scene> was (U intermingled with t unnah, Ga., May 25.-It wa reported OETWEIJ
will be remembered that Moses
pleasure and sadness-pleasure' that here on seemingly good authorIty Jacksonville Fond Xcrw York
George Is alleged to butt shot his ,
L the school) had closed one of the 1U0.t.uct'.rnl today that the Georgia Florid and Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C. both
brother, Amos George, at % picnic at ways
been sold to the
terms of its history, had Alabama railroad had
l II I In II..'. sink the first of the The Finest
turned, out upon the world a number present Atlantic Coast i Ine. Inquiry wasmade Steamship in the Cot.twlie Service

k of graduates who, would prove a credit week. In the melee three other negroes of President' J. P. Williams, of ]New and
Clyde England Southern
were seriously cut. Lines
to themselves and the Institution, and the former road who denied the report

,V sadness because the time had come to Juggling With Dynamite Direct! Service Between JACKSONVILLE. IIOVTOX and
C-rroUton. PROVIDENCE ..nd11 Eastern: .
say good-bye. There were few dry Heavy Rain at Po.nU.
eyes among those young people, and Is no more dangerous than to neglect Carrollton O*., May :S.-Ourolltonwas Calling at Charleston both ways,

kidney disorder Foley's Kidney Cur visited by the heavleet raSa of SEMI-WEEKLY:
many handkerchiefs were moistened : S.A..ILINGS

ti with, tears which, for sincerity, were as corrects Irregularities and has cured the year Tuesday, which was very destructive PouthbooDd . . . . . . '' . From Lew,' \Vharf, Barton

pure and clear as themorning dewdrop many severe cases after other treatment to crop and garden'' washIng Northbound. .. . . . . . . . From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville'
has failed./ It builds up the worn the lands and doing great and at*
nestling! securely in the lily ilHeteoen
out tissues and restores health and moot Irreparable damage to the cotton
As the train pulled slowly away from Clvde St. Johns River Lineand t
vigor. "I was troubled with kidney crop In this Immediate aortion.
the station could I
s many not stand the "
situation but turned their backs and complaint for about two years. J.A.CKUONVIl.LIC MANPoset) ,

walked away in siUncv/ A. It. Davis of Mt. rllog. .ru.1 r, A Positive Necessity. Stopping' Palataa. Astor, St. Francis Be!res ford (DeLand.and! ) Intermediate r\

"hut two bottles of Koley's Kldnt"I f (Having ti> Uf upon my bed for 14 Landings on St. Johns River.

A Busy Place. Cure effected a J'4'rm.neoeur.. So'dty : days from a. severely! bruised leg. I Steamer "CITY OF .JACKSONVILLE"

Those who hare not visited the plantof : J. W IC'C"lIunCo.. i only found relief when I used a houl.11aIl.rd' .
.. I* appointed to sail a* follow. : Leave JACKSONVILLE Sund. ..
- I Tuesdays
Liniment.
the tiainrsvllle UuttUujt Works, CMVUV.l of snow can
3:30
and Thursdays, p. m. Returning, leave SANFOKD
,'I Main street S., have no conception Preparing te Mows. on Jap Camp. I cheerfully recommend It as the best Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:30: a, m.tuMdt Xlondsvs'

Q of the business conducted by Honolulu.! MayA wlrelr tel.a'ru .- medicine for bruc.e..v.rsect to the ', *
I SC1IKI- )UI.B ]XortaboBsdLeave .
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this enterprising" firm, which is now lf the Advertiser from LA Rains sfttictrd 1 It Bs now become a .positive I . . . ..... .
nrc-mv upon myselfP. R a:80Pm. . . JaekaoDvill . Arrive 2 maiiufaclnmiii almost everything in I say. that the police &.Do! njlUU are tlyrne, tnerrl L.II., Doversvtlle : 8:45 pm . . . . . . .ralalka. . . . .Leave 11:0) -t

soft drink imaginable. The firm is p..p.anlllC to move oo the amp of U. ss. S&. BOo and ft. Sol tf \\Ton.1 s ro .m. . . . . Astor . . . . Iit) pip

,r t'w.loJILltC.e.r.1, m..Q. and is enjoying I striking Japanese. I JoboawnSurnapurillu., 4m. ?,. Fran 'is.Bre . . . pat

__ . . . . .ford (DeLaod) 'c. 2OJpI"
a fine trade not only UamesvUVe .. u c. -- I, len r4
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Arrive [JOam ;aaford . . 9>> ->
but in the surrounding towns. 10OOam., . . . ... E trprlM>... .. . = )
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Mends __ _
14rU.h H rooks, the proprietors, are I ---- -- _
vraoiiral buttlers, which accounts in a shattered nerves. GIvciahealthy : OKNEKAL- PASS.JLJO>_TICKKT- : OFriCKJ23: W BAY ST, JACKS4 IILLX

large Another. treasure f.salute ol for the products their sueeess of the, red to pale cheeks. Furs good 'I w, Go r.cl N.OPLM.ntO. Jr ,.,.EJ&z1L,..., a.'a ail GaL r- sacs 1:1 W".liar, K-. JeMRasa. ..'via E:4.k .-..

firm 1 Is the feet that they us* nothing. ers flesh on thin children. Tales off} W.t Aare ....... Jaeke.eeG ..LOYtf1.L
e, Luc the I A. (" .1I.aJJrTT.: t t natlaet.,2t..Y.tL CLrtICxlt_ ;c. t.x..tarlA.aerti .
purest fruit l
,, wnwh" they .,av. established syrups. upon pimples rashes. Ask your doctor 'tuO. U_ EO&! 'UI. P. c1.! : .. CO..
a .
reputa 'Q... I Ifala lter. ,
tion, to tell vou about It. f-:. o"De"" iq
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DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA MAY 26, 1905 U' '' s$
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STROUSE ISDOINGjjREAT A TRULY IDEAL WIFEHER THE NEWS FROM ARCHER G. S. MERCHANT & GO.

Death ot a Noble Lady-Presbyterians

WORK HUSBANDIS BEST HELPER Secure Manse-Other Notes. Retailers and Jobbers In

Vigorous Health Is the Ureat Source of Archer flay..-Maj. S. II. I DvPass.who .

'' the Power to Inspire end EncourageAll hem bofii quite ill, i< out! again. and
of 'Helena Ark. I Staple Fancy
People Have Re- Oroceries
Women Should Seek I;. :N'IIIH liruMtiof Gainesville! who ha* ,

ceived Lasting BenefitAS One of rlw'.t ., biers \"i uin6 friends in .Ar-i I r. has relurtiid .
noted '
suo. .ful 1 and
richest men of thin. Century. in a ivotrnt home Grain Garden Seed and Fertilizers. >
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article. has s..ud. \\hato\er I and Fr nlt 1'nuknisht who laid
THE RESULT OF HIS WORK ant was up
whatever Mll"'t'1 have SOUTH SIDK: Sill IK: : f : OAINES\'II.LE. FLORIDA
attained in for two" nrrks. with messyis: { out
this, world o\\f all to my wife From lil1. Hitne inurlu-t paid for Chicken Eggs:. aud other PrvdnoieComplete
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of Revival ': price :
Last Meeting a Conductedby I the day 1 first know her she lia l>.'t'11
an inspiration The ice cream serial at the --- -----
unit the greatest given -
this Eloquent and Faithful Worker liclp-
mate of my life" Town Hall lam Tuesday evi'ninii by the \ stuck i>' Hay, Corn Oats, Flour Bran Meal. Cotton *.."d Msaf
Was a Touching Scene When Resolutions ladies of tin manse coiniiuitfM was and RyeV,. hndl.nly the VKKY: HKST goods at the L+ 'vEST

Were Passed. I quite a succersDr. . PRICES and guarantee satiafaoiion alw"r.. ,

I Andrew hilt sold his beautiful h_.__ _. _ __._ A
Dr. Clarence B. Strouse has been r
'conducting a revival Helena home to the church for a uunst The
meeting; in

Ark., and, as in other places, has property is delightfully located next to ABSTRACT & REALTY! COMPANY
caused a great religious fervor. This the church edifice and will make a

-eloquent young revivalist who spends 0, charming home for the unmnter.' Dr.

halt hit time in Gainesville and has accomplished \Vaddell. who will move hi* family l 11: ii oo"")3Orif*r.dl 1

so much for the good of the here soon The reverend 1 11,1'tor is now E. E. VOYLE MQ-R.
religiously and otherwise c at his old home in Marietta. H" to attend -
-city, seems
the' commencement of the school Abstracts of Title and full information furmnhed regarding lands In thU P
to be a popular favorite wherever he rp
,
from which his daughter mil graduatethis county. Our manager ha lived in this county thirty year and t
goes. Of his meeting in Helena, The week.A Is thoroughly (,'n..rllAIII"Ith land titles. j
World of that city has this to say:
/fi Bessie very sad 1 death occurred in Archer
V. jfintfoy
"Tbe revival" services are at an end.
Mr*. \\". li. '
Saturday morning- Me- IE. 'TcJTT'
'The three weeks of herculean efforts of I-IL
To be' such a successful wife, to retain Lendon, who had (been III a few weeks, .
the churches of Helena and of the
the lore and admiration of her leaving a husband and seven children FIRE, ACCIDENT. BURULARY AND INDEMNITY: INSURANCE: Rspre.
evangelist to bring about a wave of religious '
husband to tnspire him to make the the youngest only a few dais old. The sealing! a number' of prominent American and .:n lillh companies!
fervor in this city have not been most of himself should be a woiuan'a REAL ESTATE AND CITY I.O.NGo.i.D..8a"'V"iJ..J..e
friends of the in
family are
constant many genuine
without result btudy
as was evidenced in
If a woman finds that her energiesare sympathy with them in their loss. : : 1 F1orid.B },
last night's service, when there was a
flaggingthat fehe gets easily tired The burial was on the Sabbath and was .
veritable pe'ntecostal communion of dark shadows appear under her eyes, largely: attended Token of love inform I PARTIAL 1 It R ICU 1 S TOP '
ouls.. It had been announced that the fche has backache, headaches benrmg- +
meeting; would be an experience meeting down pains, nervousness whites, irregularities of beautiful! flowers\' or the blues, she should tart casket Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.
and such it was. Dr. Strouse gave ,
at once to build her system Mrs. ,
up by a Hughes and daughter druce-' attended -
his testimony for the Lord first, and tonic with specific powers, such s-s the commencement in (minesvtlle . ...- _.
his talk narrowly escaped being a Lydia K. riukhain's Vegetable Com n'
very
tx: l'ln\s:!' i'It1:1'ip.:
pound. this week Hulk Httl'tl.J IIIe" Kive-Net Prepaid

impressive and beautiful sermon Following "e publish by request a Miss Leila Hnuknjght returned hometoday t\til ijt Me"*un- \Jt. II lljlsfl 1'01.J\.. Si 1 "te 1'.., tlallon $'
though he [insisted that it should not : letter from a young wile from :Maunton: Va, where she Hunting flub the t1 .11\ til t : '0' tee lin, Corn. (liH"1 erne
it .
be thought of as a sermon Dear Mrs, Iinkuun.! Neta.mrnuntr KtrMonmrrutu 11 t'!I'\' ; Si'! e1uiIYFU.llun
has been Her U\e Din 'urn. Ituni Hu tullrMM !
cousin
attendingschool. ,
"At conclusion of Dr. Strouse's Ever since my child waa born I haye suffered Ute 1 a. 4 VI C inu : : IVrUnllonKyi
,as 1 hope few women ever have, with Inflammation John Chamblin. met her in Jacksonville llnne'. .'II*. llyeSuolitl :a T% %: lU vtD I *. Utn turn. Hum. lw>.i fur the money.
remark the choir sang, 'I Love to Tell fenaleweakneea, Imtrinic-ilowii and accompanied her home.Growing l>ri>iMull '.> . ... I 11011 a Ml III'i ..I,ui !I'cr 1I.II..n
paiiu tMTkache and wretched headaibw. It 'II" II'... IV oh unit A"I'I.l llrnitf NUUoicK I
the Story, while the Christians testified n-
I U'bl.II"y .. . ... .. 00 a MDHil I | liyi f
affected, my stomach no I could not enjoy "aI.
to the goodness and of God . mymeal. Peach HmiHlTAJ'l . . aft. rt) B bl ,
mercy n
I", and half my time" wa w i ant In W and to the remission of their sins One "LyiliaE. ItnXham's.V'eKvtable Cunn" nji>.l In llruiulrllollttiulllln ,..". a TAMl fo .11I \ \ lot"ria, live >.K.|Ira| iwnl. Uy* MixtloNl
made me a well wOtnan,and I f,vl at gratefulthat Mrs. Jo..i. Sumner, ItrentondTex., ., . . I 4 r all f 'IUUuIYUenrruUlu
mentioned 'old time religion; wherp-j' I am glad to write and tell you of my writes, April 15, 1902: "I have ...a..dBallard' I IK/ II ui 111\4' I 1 t.KMI1: ST M>ITIHt. tit.\: (. IVrM I),)&. v
upon the preacher called for marvelous racoverv It brought ui, hf new life aivl vitality"-Mm. ll....w. Alu.1. Snow Liniment' in my familyfor .iii tornJaiinklon .. .>. TISf 1\ au It'll': I> .>tr. I'uie' . . .. .. 1MMlfunt <.> .n
'The Old Time Religion; and it was Sit .Vmth linh Htreet. Tau "'""b. three years. 1 would. not be without Hum .. MIa 1 'i\\ T Wlit I t+l.i.lrnl ., .. . .., I ikiI
sung repeatedly, the congregation joining j What Lydia I I':. Pinkham''t'Il tahlt"Comp.und Hum : n 1III full 'tit. "I\r. Urk . . . ... I 1,1It ,
it in the homo I have ud it on IIrlll', Ilr.i.h S rA i iKltirf aiu ti.i! t'oliurver linn,rtr
in the singing.; It was a joyful oc did for Mrs. Alnsley it will little girl for growing and tit K..'i > llourtMiri I .1\ 'a II'I tat IIiN A,... ,.aU . IK 9.
my pains
casion to the Christians present, and do for every Nick and ttllliiif! woman, aches in her knees It cured t her rilCh'a".f AiM have I I'rlorn b the bill ua.ppIIOMluw\
If hymptuuiH don't understand -
I you you I have also used it fur frost bit
every one did indeed feel filled with write to Mm llnkh&in at
feet with It is the \
ten good success
love for his fellows By far the greater Lynn MavH. Her advice is free and I 'n.I i .:.''' J.U'K U'II I.t:,
I' best liniment I ever 1I.1t'0I"l :ofl, 6 >o HAN N E BROS :yt
part of those present spoke, some saying always helpful.member and U 0.. Hold by W M Johnson W. AHAMH !ST n..'.

only a few words such as 'I thank _. -. - .-. -- _. ._- __ .. ._ __ . .. .__ . . h . _. .. .." ._ __ _\,_ ._ ___
j'
God for his blessings; to me our esteemed. brother, at the No Change In Insurance Hates r

"Among: those who testified was Kv-: throne of grace, prsyingtJod's choicest IMffalo. N V., Mar 2T1i Uroth

erett Lloyd: a traveling man erhod of Trainmen has derided" to
young;
blessings to rest upon his able and f fTypewriter
from Texas who stated that he had' consecrated labors in the work of the mali no changes: In the Inwirancn, Fay-Sholes
: rates established at the Ix-nvfr dropped into the opera house Sunday Lord. 'Ii. U. HKNI: >RKH"". I D i).,
night, attracted by the singing, and 'i'mtur Melhodmt Church to years ago. The subjectof

that while there he had been convicted 'UItW K. FI'HH, uniform laws for the !government of
subordinate lodges wa given considerable 1i
of his sins and had given; them up and -Taotor Presbyterian Church.
,. attention today the task IIf reronclllnc '.
-embraced Christ 'O. II. Lot KM nun. I n D ,
$jp .I{<.Ct.: gf j"i<:.pi>al Church. conflicting Idea being a difficult "
"A of the I .
description scene IpOI'
'K.TTlsr.1. \ Iii .,n; U\U.IlJfU:1t: :
one
i.ay, 1
sible, lack of space fortndvli g; it. .. ' ______ !
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I tor Iliptint Church Till.. : :! J
If the Is Teeth ,,'
well as the inability of language; toexpress 'At the conclusion of the readingof Baby Cutting IIKhTO.N '
It. fie and that old and w..IItri..d : ,..'1'111 : 1IIK: ,.All 11I:1; : I .
the rt".OUlilln.: CuciK'e_vmaii It. It sure use -
.
"Resolutions."At I Macon arose In the audience and remedy, Mrs, Window'* =Sooth- HUH I Tabulator} ;

the farewell service last night i moved that the resolution be passed lug ",fUP. for children teething. It UtlIVftCAl[ KTROAftD[ I ON .

Dr. Henderson in bthulf of the ministers by a ri.>ng vnte After the motion of soothe the child softens the gums, 1'\.m.-: : JMuohlno.

of the city, read the fallowing; r.... Mr. M..-i>n.l IIr. Henderson called on allays all pain cure wind colic and Is ty
the best remedy for diarrhoea Twen-
-olations- all ,I.,'. present who endorsed the
'Whereas, Dr. Clarence 11 Strouseof ::! resolution" to stand and immediately ty-flv,* cents a bottleThe Lightest Hhlftl I Lightest Klinnlng I The

Salem Va. has been conducting the greai; crowd arose 'harnpii Speed Writers nf the World ip)

onion evangelistic services in the opera 'At tins, juncture In the meetingMrs. Use the .'.,.Hhol.*. Mon Kay>HhuU In fit
house In this city for the past twenty- CashGrocery
Mary Wilkes arrae from the ehalr ue In Oalnvsvllle than any other machines"
two days, preaching; twicedaily to great and moved that in behalf of the ladiesof

crowds, and"Whereas Helena, Mrs. Htrouse be thanked for

God has wonderfully. the two helpful services she has con For Halo by. . .
honored his ministry in otA midst by Co.
ducted for them and also for thebfn..diotioo

reclaiming backslider, saving the unconverted her lovely. Christian character THE SUN Gainesville Fla.

life
quickening; the spiritual had ben upon their lives. ,

of all our churches and stirring; our 'This motion was carried with the

entire community by his burning messages same hearty unanimity of the one offered J J. R. EMERSON & CO . . .
to better mug( ; therefore be it I In regard to Itr route's work "


resolved.It 'First That we, the piston and The Richest Man in the World. A rent fur Turpentine Operators Attention !

Christian people of Helens, Ark., wish The richest man in the world cannot ilarrfagt..11.11 !steel ('at CefTee. ,

to express in a public way our hearty have his kidneys replaced nor live without lIallar..OU.k Uar.'

approval the earnest, faithful and them, so it is Important not to neglect --

eloquent preaching of our beloved these organ. If Folly's Kidney

brother, and to thank God for his coming Cure is taken at the tint sign of danger We have the Choicest Goods'on '1'1Ia Standard Naval Stores Company of

to our city and for the abundant the sympto'ms will di.aNIt&r.nd
our daily
evidences of the blessed results of the your health will t. restored, a* IIi JaclcHonvillo, Florida, arc now prepared to I

meeting seen on every hand. Resolved, i strengthens and build up the, organs ..... *vl \,* :\ U ..... contra/t with lndoM| >ndtnt produccrn and
Second, That we cheerfully bear nothing else will O sear Bowman,
a*
Irish Potato.per peek . . 11'.0
-witness to the eminently; satisfactory i .....1>.onon. Ky writes. "1 have ud heel Whit !SUO". \<*l pcxiiKi U.II will pay Hat Savannah pricon for R work of Dr htrou*.- in this series. of Foley's Kidney Core and take great Ihuk_'. helad I)fe..in/ 2t.e j

tneetingsand record our 'sanction ofthe pl..urio stating It cured me prros- queen Olives\ 1.6oe 5pirIti4'I'uriNitltinli doiivonxl at either Jack-:

apotoli not of his utterances I neatly of kidney disease! which e.rtatnly B Cans CornI :ZOe

the prophetic too of his warnings, I would b... eel mt my life," Cans Pee .. ZieCans bonville or (e'rnurulinu.o.rt( o of ntonige,
( Tomato 3 it eans V
\V. MeCollum' A Co.
covenant to re- Sold by J.
hereby
04 that we .
2 Cans lUmat H* f "JarEr.eh
Onion and Tornlp.: insurance Hr <:XMirnihHion chnrgeH. Wo arlialro

Net G i ltr.W fresh Kilra fine ( 0'...
A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY Us. MAT u..At: the 'l'ar..l, to malco literal advancen. In-
&4li>a, cotDJULmI'DL All Uni>n rr aptly nu... Jn
trial trU. irf ljni tiuua and
Have Lss.rt..l ..< GIMT Hair. I *ua for U4&c al>ex4 < ?.***r}.. W Phone 176 E'tigutu our method of Mhipping In tank
1Ie Mosier ,, hat c...,. I . ..
the murder of lOGe Kelsey liraaafortf. -
anal robtaur of a f nU fare. the. I both were cwi: pl tly .10II4r.C.-4. tb... MAXKHAUSS car _*It. H-H1 'G\'l you loU of money. For
tat mil* of a f.IDA"mouth., Io. ,
btne If the h..-4rotm.x* _llh I being BO evidence wkJUsrsr a.alactaim. further) (information( apply to 1 1.e
hair. ftcaat and tal' rn<< fcir It U The to Dttcn-'I Unpiet4 la K.ep'.DIIDCE. .
known b c.aUHol ba i>.f..lte that ,. the murder were r>ms>4e4 to Jal1. .
i we Into Ih* rTp in th* ro.,,t nf the A. WEIL; & CO l.a.::
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where It up for rumy n- Ut- !I I D..th. STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO
cel** the rrm tl r".. ap I san A CrsefxUg: WHOLESALE SHOESOf ,

c.IW dselsnifr T- cur P.ioud'potsoa cr'.r. op toward tV.

p.vnaeeritty. that I rm then......M tKborstorr be to kids.S .t..p. :.' heart, causing death J 1:. !Steams, AIID .rrt,4Us>.. Jacksonville, P1a.rllE ..

H.rWsd.. Se ..tlr.lf -.. r.. I f i Belle rialae. Mian writes that a .. . ._. .... _... _, . .... ._ _.._ _ ___ .... .._. .T.._....
ctw. ikal eeetmg.r. friend dreadfully i.j.r* .. .114. ef eomr.. tags.1 I swelled like blood n* s>la.. .
L k 1r. ... prveeta k14.4nanwta. .- I p p CJU5 qCAUTT Shoes. Z..,.,
laadtlts abed .... Ut 1 Bocklea's Aria eah. drew sot theeoiso DAILY SUN iDe WatTgE
a.aspl. TIM it.rplctde) C.. *, healed lae wound sod saved pall warnaMCI. a '
Uk'tI. bu life, Beet Us U>. world! fsors. boruu.4

at>; C... ; ,..,w 1Ii"rFlhb' ... ze si aU drag ........ J. Miatsse, Agest i I d'

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, DAILY WANT. TO LOCATE .SOOTH.Th It has been erroneously stated that

the Rocky Ford cantaloupes that are

;; heBnMred A: l'tt. re are many people In the North" grown in Colorado surpsss those of

who are well-to-do that desire to locale Florida. A few days ago The Sun was KING OF ALL LINIMENTS

) \ lit tb Pot Office at aalllenllJe.I1., at some Southern:! potot where they will informed by Robert M. Morgan/: representative -

alt tt"oord- lM mall toaster i escape the rigors of the cold winters of : of the Armour Refrigerator CURES RHEUMATISM ALL PAINS

their Northern climate., These peopleIn Car Lines that he ha* shipped from OLD IIIIUIlALOIA.wee..aAI"CitlOK" 1.....sJUfcoK.,.......BAOKJMBHsV.....!!IV..*..sLAJsk.eOAL... ..

v II. H MCCRKAKY.Editor and Publlshor. many instances are retired farmer Florida on several occasions cantaloupes CUR B"" KTIaTaV .IOlliTal. _TllacT.. MOftOKLaft....pa..c..co.
' ."" .OON COCCUS SPaatntb wale<<
}! W. W. ASHrjCY., AimocUt, .Editor...------ who have by hard labor accumulated a that for fine flavor equaled any r.....00....swwioais.owuib..AS ALL MrLAaMTKw or MM ON'MAST"

--- JESSE E. HURT/ City Editor. sufficient amount of this world' goods; he ever saw" In the country. The idea

i to take life easy th@ remaining years of that'the Colorado cantaloupe surpasses

a LOUIS J. )IJtUM Y, Uen't Traveling Agent their live, and having;: been active all others 4s erroneou The season J $

2: }'. M. 1'HKWITT, Surt. Comi lr0! Room*"' throughout; their year, do not care to has much to do with the fruit, and

settle down In absolute
OFKICK PORTER BLOCK.C5 desire a place for winter home, where market as any grown.; The present

: W. Multi Street ft TXL.PIIOII.434 they can have a small tract of land to season will see much of the Florida _
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THK DAILY 8rN,publinhed every morning except cultivate to occupy their time.A product on the market and the prices
i 4 :Monday,delivered by carrier in the city,or few days ago; Mr. Ashley of The and yield will be the means of netting : :
r :nailed to any]M>rt of the Vailed Klatec,.,o.t.ge .01'
D.illy dun staff received a letterof inquiry growers a handsome profit., if the cropIs .
r free,for 15 a year: fj.jo nix inouthn; leas three
month*;or 30 cent for five weeka-vtilctly la from a gentleman; in Michigan' ; I put on the market in good shape
ib advance. ''In which the writer slates that "sev

up eral\ of our pickle tarn and oth m are Democratic Committeeman Shot.
Reading. Dotl.. .lit local column to cent a Hoe kind
of of
planning the organization a McArthur, O. 23.-J. N. Specht,
for fret inertlon.and S cents for each additional May .
insertion colonization company, with the int"n- a prominent farmer and miller and a

r Rate for dl.play aJvrrtUIiig made known oa lion of locating somewhere In the member of the Democratic executive

d application.The South. Our, purpose is to provide for committee of VInton county was shot READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE

ourselves homes in which to spend the early today by Mrs. Emma Flynn,
Twive-.-\Veek tine la an eight-p.ge,forty I "I was ranch afflicted with''rhetunatlsm, writes
column paper, published& every Monday and : winter. We thought of purchasing a formerly of Columbus. :Mrs. Flynn Ed.C.Mad lowaville Sedgwick Co.Kn..,"COin
Thursday, and roourn all the aewa of the large tract of land in a body and dividing was arrested today charged with the about on crotches and suffering a great deal of pain.I .

week, Ioc al" Wale and general, and will be I It up between us." murder. She claims that about 11 was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment whicli

mailed patUg free, to any part of the United The letter states further that they o'clock lut night she noticed what she eared me, after using three 50c bottles. IT IS THIS'
q &lale or Canada,foe f,..o a,..r-In advance. GREATEST LINIMENT; I EVER USED;hare recommended
land to be looking into
F' would prefer to purchase on some supposed a tramp
it to a number of persons), all express
AU edvml.i.a hilts become due after first railroad a distance from any town, her window, and that securing are. themselves as being benefited by It. I now walk

a1c'e n-'t of aMi* Tti* } f .q.'coI. hi _u.ct. P rtIes not known to uaUl own. Most of the. gentlemen; iu the barricaded herself !In the houae. Mr.Bpocht's deal of light labor on the farm."
,- be r. ..lr 'd to for ajTeTtUiog in adAddrcoo. -
q pay body was found by his family
1 __. THE DAILY SUN.G4Dluvu.a.a party were Inclined toward oth..rHta'.e. THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00.
fib. Fu. and the writer continues; ''As i at 1 o'clock: this morning on the lawn BALLARD SNOW LINIMBST CO.
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in front of the Flynn home with a bul-
seem to be interested In Florida I
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y let hole through his head over the left ST. LOUIS. U. 3. A.
Th. police are In the way of Philadelphia venture to write you thinking; that
eye. -Airs. Specht and :Mrs. Flynn are
gntfurt. The fore will be re- you might give as some pointers, or
cousins and the families have been on
c .. that you might know of some opening the beat of
tyM In your State that would impress us tejms. BOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

_ W. hare bo wailing' long for a bat. favorably" Dynamite I Is Found ('n Woman's Shoe. -W- ZMI. CTOmrSOISr: : C3-a,::n.svHe.::

tie, but they are only sparring for an Such people as are into this projectare ConnelUvllle I'a.. May 25.-In th' . -- -

w o-ulnK. _ _ _ the,.kInd of settlers we want. The office of District Attorney Thomas 11. ""I''I
Sun will do all It can to get them to
Hudson is a woman's shoe the hollowed -
lake City business men are now engaged come here. There is no doubt of the heel of 'which, It is Bald contains S i

refuting the charges made of fact that Alachua county will furnish enough drnatpite and nitro-gryc- Ilf

w misconduct of the University manage- as good an outlook as any In the State. erlne to kill a number of persons. Last 1 You Are Insured. V,

W meD ____ The variable soil is adapted to. thq night Mrs. Engle of Uniontown, Pa., t i

.- growing of fruits and vegetables, and found a pair of ladles' shoes In her
_ i The cherry crop of Pennsylania is as regard healthfulness, there is no \
back yard. While examining them In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
*aid to be nipped by frost and the farm county. in the 8tat more favored. she found that the heel of one had t Written With Liberality of Policy Contract sand the Company t
; ers will not have enough to flavor Pays Losses Promptly \
been hollowed out, four exploding capsplacf'd I

hi their bUten.Ue.1 MONEY LENDING BUSINESS.The on four Iron pegs set In and t
\
the hole filled with waste soaked withnitroKlycerlne. \
frosts are reported from the money lending bill of Mr. The shoes were turned C You Are Assured

vicinity of Saratoga N. Y,, the 24th. Avery of Escambia introduced, in the over to the mithorUIes:, who are *

f { If they don't have them in Jane they House of Representative, was takenup now making a rlii HI I investigation. t That no serious lots can overcome you without you have some _\
will be hick Tuesday. The bill U to regulatethe o refuge.
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business. of money lending on -
It would\ never do to have American household or kitchen furniture or \

goods for the canal bought mere' cheaply household goods; sewing machine. LAZY LIVER I Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance.
'
J abroad than at home. Might draw tool. of trade! mu'tlcal instruments, \

4, the attention of the people to the typewriters wearing apparel or ilk.

way they are "sktnnrd." -Jacksonville articles of personal property and the "I fla4 Camreta rood that 1 would not be I None but Reliable Companies Represented. \
f without Ih..... 1 WM troutlml > great deal with
Times-Unions sale of or pledging; of wages or *al- torpid liver and brkilarb. Mow .lnr. eking k
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: arles to fix the fee and charge which c....r.l>Utudr@ttbarllc, 1 | reel l'*rr mnrb basset I

The farmers in this part of the Slate may be; made on such traninctlnn, it-.1 a I*shell th.best cvrtAtnlir inaUlrln rccumnoBd 1 hers ever them'.r.a.to "my frltnd ,; A.VI. CUSHMAN: : ,

have some of them been threshing ash prescribe requirements and ('uud ititUl. Anna bilnt. reborn M1U No. a, Tall River,Mu*.

this week; and the yield Is good and under which such business shall (ifConducted I Information cheerfully furnished GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA ,.

the quality of grain fine. Few crops collection best for
to prescribe under -
are known that cannot be produced In which criminal warrant vtiHll beupon "Th Bowels I" "i ah/" '" ",,

some portion of Florida. lender ... . __ .. _. . __ u, __ _. __ _
.. HtllJavit uf money tin
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-- - -- their employe ESTABLISHED I860.
der the act agents: or
di ?MIIII Julia Harwich asserts the had against borrowers or vendee, to tlx n CltttOYCATIYtaTCPleasant.

+ two rib. broken at 'Udwoud, Sumter penalty for exceeding certain rule of H.F.DUTTON&CO.DEALERS

[ county, by a Seaboard Air Line train interest and to provide penallie for .

and wants f'JQ.OOO: ) damages through
b violation of this act.
Pdelebl. Patent..Taiit On
l' the courts A "spare rib" or two i.F I. Th're't'r" several "Ii.r"torf )t.veriek.n We.kenotGripeltrnelecNrvrrsold i; I
la buik.'Tb. (onuin* t.btet tamiwd. UUC.UtutnuilxMl .
; hardly. worth that amount iu'thls sro amendments made to the bill and lo our or you euoney back.Sterling . Sea ZEslaticxcaOotrboip.
xF i ,loll. it ordered Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. Sot ..
after dll03l1uun ua
-_..... .. -------.. i IJiRUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES
engrossed for the third re.s.l log./ ,
It I Is that F. II. Sea Island Cotton
reported Stoneman. --- -. .-_--- _.. .. ._- --- Seed Bagging and Twine. Walrus
.. ime of the proprietors of The Miami .
Leather in
Deafness Cannot be Curedby Strips or Sides.
Kvening Record' will assume editorial'
local' application, n* they citnuoi
charge of The Jacksonville Daily Hun FOLEY'S1ONEYANDTAR
and the proprietors The Record, La- reach the diseased purtioti of the car :Manufacturers: of the James Doig Improved English

There isoTily one to cure deafness, Sea Island Cotton Gin
way and
htall A; Stoneman, will become owners Supplies for Same
and. that I i. by coutlttuiional' remedies.Deafnes ,
of that Itoth able
paper are newspaper
GAINESVILLE
is caurd intUtiled FLORIDA USA
by an con
men and there is a chance of They ,

Bun shining brighter than ever ditlon o( the. mucus lining ol lhKuatacliiau > --- .._---...---.. .- -......-- .. _u __________

.- .. . ._---'': 1."t.'h. itn tub.. Uitttlamed J..... M. Oa .HAM, President H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier

y+ 4 The stench In the alley in the rear of you haves a riiiiildinc/: round ut The original Qso. W. UTD. Vlo -Pr.*ident I.n GRAHAM, Ast. Cashier
imperfect hearing ni.il wlivu it. (.. entirely -
the 1'orter block, and other alleys for LAXATIVE cough'rfimedy.Ttte
d chard, dretnr.s I* the r"PII.t.
that matter is I loud enough to be heard and unit*. the itiHafntiinticn ran' lrtaken genuinerOLCT3 THE FIRST NATIONAL
several' block. away, and the health out and this tutee r...i'rv % committee should! give it Immediate normal condition, henrnitt will bw dettroyed MONET and TAR Is laY
a forever I time, c*.e.. our of tenarecametl a .lUw paxkac Refuse snbttltaUa.F .
attention. There ,is occasion for iubeing OE
no
?, bj iitrrh. which i I. tuiihint G.A.IN"EBVILLE.:: :
there all summer, endangering' >r0ar* but an ii.tUuied vv>l.\Jiticn of the inn-
4; + the health of people, and the proper coils *urfi oe.. f.t.rm 0..0" Chloah.I THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA COCapital.

I p t authorities should pee to it that all the \V" offer One Iturdreti Dollar Ue- 'nr dale by J. VT. Xr '.llnw .t .
ward for itny ca.e ol >>. anr>*. caused l>y Ye.
alleys are renovated. ... . 50,000 00
._ ... .- catarrh' thi n"mn'l tie cured by> ball'sCaarrh - --
'- -----_. .- Cure.
MEN AND WOMEM.EYt and Undivided
l 4 The Tampa Tribune putt it thus: .'. J CitBSKr .* ('0.. Toledo O. r..as 455..r..l.rei Surplus Profita. . :ao.OOO 00

.: "Prof. Tom Mclieath who e..ays frequently Said t.y "fll.a:1. ;sTake ,..e..C a.. Ji.rk.r.leeea.s.el..as.trnal..ee .. Do.. .arteatt.IY a baaktag b.el..s. wish'utlhlMeoqaw .
rk M
.lUll Fa"ui' 111. for constipation. e t.tr..M .. q back 1. th IIh... Soueta
} .1 .aa.a er.bf..M. she a o.at.of r..n. .N'.....Goepot.Ione, ...
R to he educational dictator __ p..,.w-..,tr.r..r Paint-es e.d not rtes.. Or e0.alal-.n..._.., AU.....-trwssd s IaNre.taaow.a
i of "Florida launched a lengthy! '.rau- I seorpttr ewH.
E. TAYLOR,Caskl.r.
; 4't ment' against State uniformity of textbooks TentaroU. 1I'h..nh are agitatingthe nsasasntGa,a. sa.( ftmtm 1P. .. .ail
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at TAllaha..ee the other night. question of s \11. their elerks a > vrM>. frff it. tat Eetabliata.tcl
tl M..r I Ll UU TV 1078aFDcrTTO
It's puiillng to think of what he could half toliu .f on Friday kftsraoOMr!rtH
S
s po-*ltilv say in favor of the present!' is all rlf t. but the tnsl.4( ... -- --

system except that it it 'pie' for the paper bat to grind bNp JCC<<;t tMt : &; OO

vw book trust-and that wouldn't be iu every we ko summer .*. .L.ttN .=

; favor uf it by a .:.,coat deal., '111Iroperty ,- _7-" PATENTSGASNOW

-------- -- at Kj WswtMto dI"antI :B A :

When any one rays the lean bit+ I adt.ao In ralue In', ,....... KERS_

about The Ooala Manner trying to vindicate the owing of the ri.. .-, j| rwoeu r.D Dr r"Df o..rs. ..
.=:r::... ... == Mee vW=
f the wueh-abu.ed millionaire, -. _.. .. _. ____ COUNT'.. \
ALL
Is Do...._ "
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1"--4 bnuew
'f lu the editor takes up the eudgel and triesto lavA..e. iwe ewe. Wa.ktAs s.-- -. The -..at boesa.b.aaste..stonNoa..lur bat ned Me roeetta.sad n. Dorsia E......... irsv.d .
aHybaar
"square" them with the lie .. .sepeT eares1.F.bsdepT /avra.:. {sett foIW tae..a% .. r. nad.lNee
people -. ._red....... _.t ladle.In......'. -.-... p.hta q 'bO \a.\W4 'ta_ ragtag OtAltb.- oe W
: ia so afraid something might be aid to w---...rsa5.raa

:I 1"" hurt their feelings. Probably he thinks CUttS1'Httt AU EIS: FU.S s..L....w......TO.wits.....0...C.P- sera .,.y,

that after all the people are supplied 1'-11 : ....." Swr' -.", -. \ AIN"li7SVIT.LE3:: FLOB.XJ:1A
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THE DAILY. SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. MAT 26.1905'

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THE LEGISLATURE I tions, was amended' and passed by a nrBxNESB. ; : : O..A.RCB: -

vote of :25:! to 3. )j THE EVERETT HOTEL _ ....... __ .A. ",
The consideration of the uniform t
DOWN TO BUSINESSThe school book bills came up. Both were I 23'5 JR. P VEUE It. MORRIS. +

reported by the committee without re I ,V. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE 1 FLORIDA.Out ; :Ir
commendation. Senate . .DENTIST: : .
Bill No. 5. by
McCreary and Crane Uniform Senator _d_
McCreary
was entitled
an act
rally located, th.-n.ugbI1 repaired and n>initat I>>d. Newly t'unal.b.
Text Book Bills. to create State school book eommU
Europe I'lan. OflVt over Marcus KnJelX. AU work -u ranierd. -
sion and a county school book commission .

THE FORMER BILL POSTPONED and to procure for use in the publio :8:_ MA.SON": :: ., Pro-prietnr 1-I _.
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school of j A. .' ,
the State: of Florida a J. CARLISLE ;
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tine text-books and to - -
Florid*Coast Canal Bill Extended. j ATTORNEY AT LAW
I define the duties and powers of said "
. Jamestown Exposition Bill Passes icommiijion And Solicitor in Equity '
to make prefWations for B.
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JORDAN
FIRE. LIFE AND
Senate-Railroad Commission Lim- carrying; this act into effeeland providing I -
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ited to>> $15,000 by the House. penalties' for violation of Mime : ACCIDENT JN Real Estate, Conveyancing,; and Gear
I and Senate Hill No. 112, by )Ir. Crane, eral Practice. All business promptly.
Tallahassee, May 25.-Tlie Senate THE OLDEST attended to. Ottice. next door to Sun
a bill to be entitled an act to create
a office.
convened at 10 a. m. yesterday. The INSURANCE UAINISV.JLI.IC FLORIDA.'PEKDINAND .
State school book commission and to AND BEST COMPANIES > I' - --- -.-. ----
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following Important measure were I procure for usv in the public schools of i I : BAYKR.ATTORNKY : "
disposed of: the State of Florida a uniform''erit'1I!oftextbooks .ark
: AT LAW,
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Senate Bill No. 17, entitled an act to and to define the duties
I and powers of said extend: the time for completing the canal PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE' I
make preparations for currying this
of the Florida Coast Line Canal act into effect and providing penaltiesfor Can sell your city properly (lmproved f

,aDd Transportation Company and to violation of same. After conekierabte'dlieuv.ion :be judge of the FIr-t Judicial Circuit CLOSING ROCHELLE SCHOOL. I and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
preserve and continue the grant of the McCreary bill was I after which It adjounifd. --- a lit of what you o""rfl'\rl al I.. 3143mK. ,

land to aid in construction. Bill was indefinitely postponed. In the House. Delightful Program Weh' Rendered by -- .-_.._,.,_-,_-

read the third time and passed ?6 to 1. 00 'motion of Senator West the rules Tallahassee.: ?."> -At the opening Pupils of That School. W. list h Elt: +
On motion of Senator Xitn the action of were waived and House Bill No. 344, a of the House yesterd tyMr. Wells Rochelle. \ley ::6.-\ft"r a most suc

the Senate was ordered immediately bill to provide for the appointment offered a resolution providing that all eeatulterm of( :Martha Perry Institute , ATTOUXKY-AT-LAW: f

Certified to the House. an assistant State auditor and defining bills inthe hands of committee shall bt >i i one of the largest and most important : . .SOI.ICIIOU IN CHANCERY. ,
Under waiver of the rules House Bill .his duties "WAS passed. reported. Monday morning Adopted. | school in th, county closed with apI -

No. 168 being "an act entitled an net The bill requiring the fencing' of A bill was offered by 'I Smith safe-1 I propriate exercise Tuesday evening UAINI'S'JI.I.l'I.t'hu.: Co. FLJ.Oltlce {
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tracks by railways was passed the law I The school ha* prospered under thedirection
to provide for the working of public guarding persons from injury during I' in .:n.'t'l' lllix'k.JJU. .
to exempt the yards of railroads at ; of Prof. J. II. Owen, the __ _
roads of the State and th* working( of automobile race*. Bill read in full. \ - --- -- ----- 00 1
convicts thereon." WaR read the second stations. The committee appointed. to confer i frtioirnt! principal, and his assistant.Mi . J. AI.DhllMAN,
and third times and passed.' Senate Bill No. 341., by Mr. Canovato j with the Railroad Commission and ** Maty iterk.trewer lloth have

Senate Bill No. :237, by :Mr. Canon.a provide for the payment of damagesfor attorney-gen.ral In regard to forbid. made thcmielfrs quite| popular among DKNTI8T ,

bill to be entitled an act to require' any and all personal property destroyed ding': the employment rf special. counsel the patrons and pupils, and it I I. the laveee..ur wll.",,,. "kI..1)
under the direction of the State unanimous rrqurriPof all that lie
the"return of the pro rata portion of was opposed to the bill forbiddingaid they
license tax paid by any dealer in spirit Board of Health, was read second time, in litigation when needed.Mr. returned to guide the destinies of Mar* O,.r IXitto Jl Co1 tiank. o.U'.

aoot; vinous or malt liquors in any amended and ordered engrossed': Persons' bill to provide for and the J Perry nest term. The following P1I.Sp....l r0.1.l.1.10.0 Crown and lirtd". work.

county or election district where an House Bill No. 174, by Mr. Tillman require the payment of Liars on franchise was the program : I ?

election is held under the provision of regulating the abolition extension or *, and to prescribe the method for' Sung, "Hattle Hymn* of the Republic"Sett .' I)'". UOHIHIN II. TIMON.UKNTIHT.. (4

Article IX of the Constitution of the contraction of the limit of specialtax the return and payment of said taxes, oL Y''}
State of Florida and the sale of suchpiritoous I school districts, was under waiverof brought on an animated discussion and N.tion.lllolid.y'-Oil:; little girN I -
rules" read second and third time and was defeated. Kfcitatlon. "Say No"-Kv; Roiliii.
vinous or melt liquors is Uesdustr tI"U.lUl u v..n.... IW"nt.l '''ar..r..
prohibited after (Ithe issue of such license i passed. I I House Bill No. 317. by :Mr. Wilson of Thi. t.wdira of the Aid' Soclrly. n". t."r*' ..,.."I."illIl.. New York Our.:
was read the second time and An effort' to hold night! sessions was Jackson a bill to b. entitled an act to NoKSiillty"-Jo.. Kolllns. Cru.sltrids work eels riUlt.. Hi>.llM_
amended to include towns and ordered of no avail. empower the State to engage In the life Our Flag-Two girls and one. boy.The AU. .W..a UI'.T. ,lsOiliest.
Muter Law .
ICsehai: .
engrossed.The Senate Bill Xo. :237? an act to amend Insurance business, to prescribe th. Klval Orator*-Two toys. Ualws.vtt.t.a. r.... Cyy
committee substitute for House the Revised Statutes of Florida relating powers and duties of the board of Recitation "The Battle of Bunker ..- -- ..-_ .-

Bill No. 455: providing for the participation I to the practice of pharmacy in commissioner of Stale institution In Hill"-Peter I'rrryThe Tilt; WK8T KND: .
of the State of Florida in the cities and towns of more than 200>I connection therewith to provide for I Four Celebrated Character' -
FINK: WIN :
Four KM. I.UJUOR8 A ClOARB
Jamestown Exposition, was, on motion inhabitants, and the sale of roi.oll.aud suits against the State upon Insurance girl
of Senator Harris, read the second' and |j to provide penalties for the violation policies and to provide for the payment (How She Cured Him--Two girl and JOHN WKNZIKS, friq-t..ior.w r,

third times, under waiver of ruler, and I thereof was read the second' time thereof was passed to its third one buy. /iPpl. II., it. J".'*.....'ui.,, n*. a

then passed ::>:2 to 2! The bill is i.J t'n- : amended regarding physicians puttingup reading. Mu.li3-Miss Mabel Xetrourr.Recitation .
Faust
tied with that introduced by Mr. liar- j prescriptions and registering as The Senate joint resolution No 210'I \. "Somtbotly's! Parting"Hadlo fall to call beer nit, bolt nto !when.enudranght.lu J. kaonllI.Don't
ris in the Senate yesterday. pharmacists, and ordered engrossed.The : I to change the Constitution relative to Coulter. .
The bill of Senator Carter providing I Senate went-into executive session drainage reclamation of swamp and The Fruit Verses-Thirteen boys.A .

for assistance to voters in primary elec ; to appoint Hon. Fracas B. Carter overflowed land, eta, was passed to Slight >: Misunderstanding |toy JT
I Its third reading.The I and unit girl. .
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Everglades drainage bill paused \,
., -. the House by a vote uf 43 to 3. Two boys and one "lrl.
Mr. Carter Introduce an act providing I The Last J 0", of Scho
J. MANASSE'S that any common carrier Ir.'.*. Tableaux.
| porting freight shall pay claim fur a | Hong "(lrrl l I lit With You TillV>
; Meet Ayaln"--(Vhmtl.Th .
loss
or damage to
lUll shipment r<<*
; teoled by said common carrier within V"I.lIctf'lrr-Mar Tblgpin.Warning. .

a certain time from the tiling by thshipper I m
BIG SUIT CASE SALE .
of said claim with the common
I carrier, and wlirn under certain" j You cannot haw good l health unless :
condition they fail so to pay said I your klilney are sound, for the kldbry* f fj ic

For the next TEN J DAYS we will jdvo awayFIIE3 claims, the said carrier shall pay Interet j tiller the.. bluiMl IIf Irnpiirilie, which '' ;
on the said claim at the rate of othrrwI.| act a* Irritating |" l.un. a nil I j J :
: TO EVERYBODY A BEAUT1F17L SUITCASE t"f'nt.fJye break down the il .llaai". organs of the :
per cent per annum, sodand.r
with a 1 Itl> Suit or with *10 worth of nierchan.li.se. certain condition half be aU body end eau.. ''*rl 1 lowed judgment for the said IntenstIn I have kidney or lh"I".r l trouble sod da
CASH ONLY. addition to said claim and the bill nut u." I.'nl.| ,'. Kidney <:air. you will p

was ordered ..nrun.-.). have Truly your.lf tu blain for r**

Men's Fine Suits.Men's A bill by )fr. Cauova, to dftloe a suits, a* It poitlvly 1 circa all form of
., Men's Fine Pants.Men' school year and pruttde. for Its pn> kid n'' and bladder d i.*....*. Hold by

, Fine i 50 In and closing, was passed to its third J.1.CuIlIHn": (,u.
: tIDe Pants. all slue! and
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Suit. value 1 $12 !| reading.

'15. now U colon, at a big redaction I[f Mr. Johastofi's cigarette( bill was THE SUN /.i.: .

AOothi'rsin proportion pared to Its third( reading. -\I.I\lt.l l ) the afml cad UK* I After .. veral.! minor bill were read JOB PRINTING |i >....r ">.,w on ib. ri>*'kt, All
', the )House adjournedXVIII sirs-ltij! 1 tu :1'1 h..,.. |oii.'. Write& fur

Ladies' White Waists. Misses' Wash (Skirts. i I l ' ----- DEPARTMENT prlert t Si'
Herbin CEO W. MOYERS
Of fine Ltwn, trimmed wnnS1.23 ,
Lace" and Kmbroidery Made of best;; overcome indigestion and dyspepsia U.Iau., ll.rl.U
IIllily I'iqu.. Makes a Specialty or Ail Kinds
new 1 f.D'Jtrlmm $1.23Embroidered 1 t regulate the bowel and cure I .
deigns./: value worth 11 tOat liver atkd kidney complaint. It I I. the i or Plain. .and Fancy I f'M"
ll.&O. this sale bt blood enriches ./M l (invigorator in I

the world It I Ie purely' ) vegetable, per '
Eolienne foetly harm! .., and should you tJ4J CommercialJob] I
Swiss. ins n.
MORTOM
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sufferer from discs. you will use It If

i you are wi.., It > Andrew*, editor

Embroidered for Shirt Waists Swiss or 5 0 J C All wld"' color. silk: 27 woven Inches; 6 0 C :pad News.manager Cocoa, Uor-.114 Via writ. !ttoekledf"I here Printing NOTIONSAND .

Bait, selling at always "be, DOW used your JUrbloc in my family, aDd

; find It a mot .sc.I;..nl medtain. h..trH' . For. .
upon my..11| rat. t-e. a mark.
India Linon. .d .**.rft, rK M tf W. M l. Johnson.UA NOVELTIES.I
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Crepe de Chine. Business Men
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. Extra floe qnalitv l Thirty Irtcbe* wide f"r&.DCffI'Q. IS.--Mr*. WartsDeA''uif Professional Men N *rr*.*r' t.UIS. *
Black Bloc.11'hite! 6 0 C .1111111: fori.e rJ\.e: 18 C for SO yea a prowiawtit worker !
Gray y.luetoe.rd ail cow: ".lors, hOWDress ia rharUabl alxatkm" of Ut Manufactories Etc :\ J. A. AMMONB

city, I* ah it er.1"t'\*>. hwsu* rf I

BaD rraariMM l....:...'. UUf a4 U&I'I Legal Blanks on Short Nolle. r4JIl
tCtoa "",rttr. *' 0 .*. fo 4e4
Wash Silk.
Gingham. White YlLJ.n: % '..nullnr..u :
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IKt. At one It.Crt&. f*Wolf |
worU 'l. ,&, *. i os ..kJf of tt&I'! n. fallowing/ .sitar fro,,, >>o. of our
EIRat't. -.:.'y Th. .t. aura *fe. .ptit :o rt ".* &**&. Tb+' mall order .ft"n>cri. N! e.lfij.laaa. .' .uu. 11

lieu ...ibiD. a. 10c pore.E} iioliSt 50c I ott"r halt ws.* s!" "G from her by a totj IsealavUe.' Ky 1'ab. 21, I'1114,
ways : .e. tow alwsy* avas wfeo.i she tr -"4 aa ana. II. II >I Alachua Pool Parlors
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CUr.<| fM Action.v .+v tau it.e.lr../ fits rl..... c. Bar**, .*,.,rtotor.MuS .
matter !. due tlm, sad will say Ib
Remember: Wb.a .*. Uly is ei.ared for a tloai, ...liy ..fKry, 1 tike U.
I try Dr. KJ-r* >ew l..f. P1li, yea raII .af.L.p.. *f* m.*..... Ma f tfcaaas foe -
leis. by tk. bloom of fcaUfc w iKe year proeapl atuotioa U Cltioc *.NeesMau. r v

SUIT ( A r f [r TO [VrUTDODT! D I Ia a..b. 'ke brfghtar.s o11M.7...| IMP. Toor, )C."0.S, CO,. V..,*.". ,..tq.......,.tit. 1M Tara,..dratl.ale4a,.., lUo.k.fahlaa.so'31fteldo ';

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i NEWS FROM ALL How Is Baby Today ? Washington Examination, May :!Examination Begins. I SEA E a .A..B, D

Better thank you. In fact quite well of witnesses was begun today in the .

it PARTS OF FLORIDABrief Fat round and full of life and mischief. criminal court No.1. in the case of Air Line Railway

Pink and white flesh dotted with dim William G. Crawford who was indict

ples.. No cough no indigestion. ed jointly with August W. Machen . FOR. . .

Happenings From Various AU on account of and George C.,Lonrenz on a charge of

conspiracy to defraud the government Columbia Camden Southern
; Sections of State. Savannah !
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through the purchase of postal sup.

plies. The forenoon session of the Richmond Wash-
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS I court was occupied in receiving and Pines, Raleigh ,

having identified numerous documetsto Baltimore Philadelphia -
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers." be used in> the trial. 7iington; ,

Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the administered by a mother whose love New York.

Busy Reader-Items of Interest to was tempered with common sense. Received In Private Audience.

All Classes. She knows that OZOMULSION is Rome May 25.-The pope today received -

a fountain of energy for grown-ups, in private audience the Rt.
Fort Pierce's ice factory is turningoat too. It atop.waite of flesh. It makes Rev. Peter' Verdaguer, vicar apostolic Three Elegant Trains Daily.

twenty tons a day of Brownsville' Tex. The pontiff manifested .
plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble
The town of Noma in Holmes county folk ,it is ,the chief nourisher at life's great Interest In Texas and Its Seaboard Florida Limited:

has been incorporated. feast. It cures Consumption when development .

Tampa will institute a l< Terrific Race With, Death. Express.
Beavers one hundred strong. SO cents and $t.oo the bottle. Let us "
"Death was fast approaching, writes
1 G. II. Spencer's packing house at send youFree Ralph F. Fernandez of Tampa Fla.,

"i Seffner was deltroedi:, fire Tuesday. Sample _Bottle by Hall describing his fearful race with death Seaboard Mail.

Frank Wilson, a Tampa coon got Write letter or postal to, "as a result of liver trouble and heart
f' caught picking pockets at Toelda,'. disease, which had robbed me of sleep

f OZOMULSION. and of all interest in life. I had tried MODERN PULLMAN. EQUIPMENTThe
fire.The 98 Pine Street. New York;
corporate limit. of Fernandinahave many differentdootorsand .."er.Jmed. SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibuled train, composed .

been extended bj act of the Legislatuie. to icines, but Electric got no Bitters.benefit until 80 wonderful began exclusively: of new Pullman equipment-Dining Oar Double Drawing-
use
ASK PRESIDENT TO VISIT MACON Room Sleepers Stateroom and Observation Care-operating between St. A.
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was their effect that in three daysI
y gnstine; and Jacksonville to New York, via Washington leaving St. Augustine:
felt like a new man, and today I amcured
Pants Cord has hercharter amended 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville 1:20daily except: Sundays.
Y Commute Will See Roosevelt Concerning of all my troubles. Guaranteed -
and will proceed to expand with metropolitan )
the Proposed Trip. at all drug stores ; price SOc.

airs. Macon, Ga., May 26.-It 1&announced Only Line Operating

The books of the city clerk of Key from the Macon chamber of commerce LOW RATES Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor
,5' West have been examined and found that a committee of citizens bill leave
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to be all tight Friday for Washington 'for the purpose full information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard or

a The baseball enthusiasts at the little of Inviting President Roosevelt to visIt Via Louisville & Nashville writ A. o. MAcDONELL s. o. BOYLSTON JB.,

town of Jensen have a ball park with a the city of Macon on the proposedtrip Railroad.The Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent,

Y fine grand stand. early in October. Thla action haa JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

been taken since It was anounced at following low round-trip rates
Six of melons
cars were shipped
Washington that a southern trip had from Jacksonville to various points
from Wauchula last week also several been contemplated.The North and West will be in effect on Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR
1 oars of tomatoes. d.tel.hown. Proportionately rates
committee I la composed of five from other
Quincy merchants have got the hab members of the cbamber of commerce, points : ALL EARTHLY POINTS

it and will close their stores at 6 p. m., with C. M. Adams as chairman. This LOUISVILLE. KY -Rate $16 40, account -

except Saturdays. body of citizens will extend a warm invitation. United, June 12.13 Confederate inclusive Veteranl'Reunion with filial DupOo'via 1DuPont 1 Via P.VIa&o. Duiontor VU

Key West laborers on the county i limit July 10. N or tb or E as orJickBonrUle S Ont th Saeamahlp W I es t Jack'Y1Ue..2

? road have struck for a raise of wages Postmaster Edwards has stood In PORTLAND,ORKGON-Rate $RO.S0, "acu'oY'Pe Line MontgomeryRapid

t from $1.50 to $1.75 per day. close touch with the executive head of account Lewis A Clark Centennial Fair
the nation since he entered upon the Tickets sold certain dates May 23 to Transit and Unsurpassed Service .
Joe Williams and Willis Johnson Sept 28, with final limit 90 days.
present administration, and his per. Time Table in effect
April 16, 1905.
1' colored were caught stealing clothing sonal Influence will be brought to bear SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGE-
from a St. Augustine store Tuesday LiS: CAL.-Rate *'8l;; .30. Tickets sold ,Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive From
upon the situation. _. _ n-- _
certain dates April 10 to August 14, inclusive n'-- ,
Revival services are being conducted ; final return limitttdays) from 6:00 p m High Springl and Inler- t 8:80 a m
by Rev. Sweat at Fort Meade. The MEXICAN SUICIDES. date of sale not to exceed Nov. 80. Driily I mediate Points I Daily

IM name Is analagous to the character of DENVER, COLO.-Rate -1265., account -- -- -
International Epworth League 12':15 pm Ocala. LeelburlC and Tampa, and 8:40
the weather. Beside His Body Was Found a Pictureof I p m
Woman. Convention. Tickets sold June 29 to Daily Intermediate Points I Daily
The total loss at Tuesday's fire In 25.-Mah.uel July SO. Inclusive ; final return limit .
85' New' York. May Fernandez 6.BUFFALO.. 2:00plU Palatka, Jacklonvllle,
Tampa Is said to be $40.000. with an August 1:85pm
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1 estimated Insurance of $9,000. Six: men del Valle a Mexican, has killed N. Y.-Rat* $32 N. account Dally I North, East and West I. Daily
himself in hU office on lower Broadway Annual Meeting Grand LodgeB.

were Injured by shooting himself through;; the I' O. E. Tickets sold July 8 to 10, 12:05 pm I High Springsll'aycroes, Savannah Brunswiek 8:1. pmDa1l

A. I'. Edge's saw mill at Fort Pierce mouth. inclusive ; final return limit July 2S. Albany, Atlanta.. aU Points North_, East_ Welt ,I.. Daily
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will be ready for business in a few Del Vale was a member of uu old TORONTO( CANADA-Rate $35 :'M. n' '

F days, and there is a big demand for and wealthy family of Guadalajara. account International Epworth League 8abpm Rochelle. 9bbam
I Allcanop and Curs
Convention. Tickets sold June 12 to I
material.In Daily
building Mex. Dally
23, inclusive ; final return. limit August
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oMe the body of tho suicide was ----- - .
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the W. O. T. U. medal Vsontest at --------
found the mulltiitcd picture of a woman NASHVILLE, TENN.-Rate $1825. 8:50: a m
Eustls, Miss Llda IMmontou: won the 7:20 p IU
which the police believe may sup account Peabody College Summer Daily I.[ h SprlnR'
r prize, Miss Ruse UrlflUh next. The Dally
ply the motive for the deed. School, Vanderbilt\ Biblical Institute. exMonday:
ex. Sunday
w contest was very close Del Valle was about 40 years of age Tickets sold certain dates June 11 to :.-=-.:::....-: =- .__ __

4- Peaches from the keys are now and waa an Oxford graduate. lie was July 4 ; final limit September' 30.KNOXVJl.U Interchangeable Mileage Tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the orm.flipal .
Miami. A fine TI'NN-Rate U6.85. railwaysjn" the Southern States, are on sale by the
>;t arriving shipment married and his BOH Is a student at principal agents.
account Suminvr School of the South.Tickets Through sleeper Port
to New York T
Tampa via Atlintie
received there from Palo Alto Coot
was Nortro IHirue university. InJ.
sold (certain data June 18 to I.Ine.J; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
key, and the.fruit Is choice July 15, Inclusive final return limit For complete information, call on

It is said that Lakeland Is In a tumult Saved by Dynamite.' September 30. J. A. AGOODWIN. Ticket Agent Gainesville.

over a book scandalising Methodism, Sometimes a flaming city I" saved by BRISTOL. Tl-SN.-Hllte $1980. account Addresst
that the fire can't Annual /Meeting Berman Baptist FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Pis. Pa,.. Agt, W. D. .
dynamiting a STARK. Tr... Pass
and written by a Baptist minister. Oh, space Brethren Tickets sold May 29 to 31, 188 W. Ago
It., Astor
s- de.rl when will brethren dwell. together cruse Sometimes a cough hangs on so inclusive ; final return limit June 30. -. H. EMERSON.Bar Traf. Mltr.. Bnildin W.. Jacksonville J P4*.
CRAIG Oeo. .
c Pala. A..
long feel as If nothing but dynamite schedules and .
in unity? you : For full information, Wilmington, N. O. Wilmington, N, O.

Jokes boat "the sweet. girl grad would cure It. Z. 1 Gray of Cal- rates to any point North and West call ___ n' _____ ___._ __ __ _
OEO. E. HERRING, Florida
hOlln.th., writes i "My wife had a very on or write "
ate" are now in order. Hume very old aggravated cough, which kept her Passenger Agent, L. A N. R. R.,
206) West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla. Gainesville & Gulf
t ones may be had of the syndicate awake nights. Two physie'an' rould Railway CompanyTHE

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house.-Oaluesvllle Hun I>o you mean not help her ; so she look Its King's

very old graduate or jokes?-:MltK New Imeovery( foreori.umytioncoughs" .
and cold, wMeh eased horcouRh. FRUIT & VEGETABLE
gave ROUTE
>urn*>Tin>f.. Joke, of OU.ftl; old Mathushek
her sleep l and finally cured her.! Pianos
kM girls have all received( their degree, S'riotly oifntiflc cur for bronchitis 1 OF FLORIDA.

and l lagrippe! At drug stores, price 6Oo Time Table in !
Th..Plant City Courier says that and tUX; guaranteed. Trial Untie. ----- -.--.- .. -efM"pril.. .--- -9.. 1906. .
"from the rrcords we find that on last I. -
free. _. __ NOTE1) FOR HWKETME.SS i.M PURITY I I ;
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No S.
+ o Haturdsy there wr shipped from I I No II.
YYYI Plant City tb tinNorthern markets Incalculable Damage By Floods OF TONE, POWER AJiDDURABILITY. Dally Nq. 4. No. !. I No. 1. I No. 3 Dell:
Now.; Turk stay 25.-Floods createdby Exa't Dally. HTATIO-iH. '
Daily ; itfp
Dally Da11
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2.30O crates and barrel of produce.consisting ?
of beau, polatoe. aud cu. the recent rains'art, rabies theMilan Sunday /L i I." Bun

( correspondent of the Herald, .--
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cuutb+rt, principally lwau. In talking 1
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to boih buyer and sellers we find causing considerable damage and dl..;! ... fly A. ML9; PM Lv A"1 ',Ar. P MIAr PM

that a eonsertalivi estimate would. u.tllt In th t-provluo> of Vlnsen 9v- Nest i Uaa for this otberaoo.ainieted UTM Uni condtma < 7 46 f 2 15 ,. . .. .. ...........Falr eld....... .. .'....... .. 120: ArPK 610
the of rn hundred persons are homeless and: lomrer lb o wU.UworknBhlp 7 5.S I :2 M .. .. .. . . . . .. Irvine......... .. . :....... . ., 1 07 S00
amount neat
aaterlaha.ad
c lilac money brought to bata.en refuse In a church and best Ii 00 2 4S I. ...... .:. . .. .. DUDpr..o .... ... .. .. . .1 1 100 s ss
obl"lIatll.
Plant City fr ,m that use .Ia,'. shipment Meledo with their cattle and, S 10 i 2 M '. . .... . . . .doueh.lde.. .. . . .. .. .+12 M 660
1 at
I at an aggregate: of something school Up.to.,date a ever. ? I a ()} ,. . .... .' _....... Hickman............. . .. ...+12 b0 a 4S
rescued U
over i3tru" plg. The Inhabitants_wetSec. >. .u zed 8 1& .310 I. . .......; ........ Like $Imoston. .. . ...... . .::12 46 6to
equaled.Sold 830 ;1330 . .. .. . .' . .. ...
M(canopy .. ... . .. . . . ..1230 630
-- - Shaw Addresses Schools. i by ns continuously for 885't 1340 (1..1_.... ....Tacoma................. 112 30 520
8<< 411 ; 34\: .. ... . . . .. .
Cltj; OkU.: May 2S.-Sec- I 1- : Kirkwood.... .. . . . .. .. 16 515
OVUnom OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS 860 : 360\ I... ... .' .. . . ...... . . . '1210 $10
Nary Shaw. of the treasury depart' 90s 415 t. . .. ., . . . .Wacahnota.. . .. . . . ,.ll2cO .65 !...-,
meat went to 121: Reno on a vpccial" without a single failure. If von 9 U 4 40 .. .. .. .. .. ... . .Rocky Point.. . ... . .. 11 4b .4O '

Y train today at I the invitation of the: want a piano for a lif.time's. 9 "Art 6 00 .!I ... .. J . ..Nalnsrvill... .. ... t . . 112 DO .10 ;,
: 1Y I 11 f() L9i B 15Lv{ 8k)
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chamber of commerce of this city H. service buy the f' eJ: ) \\1010M 800
before the territorial Sunday 11 3.3 11.0 8 M . . . . .UeUam ... ..... II M 9 to I 8N i
y.. ciN poke there lIathushek.. Trut. 12: t*) II a.5 I 7 06 . . .......... 7rt1.......... : 8 to "1980 1110
% I'IJZE school contention, returning! her 12 :'.0 7 os 7 1J .-...- .. ..U.bam.. . . ." s !'J I M: llC
a at noon. lie will deliver an addresstoiilthl . ... u low se t. ___,.., wla. Qaat" 11 40 7 l6Arl i 7 2M : . .$amp.on City ....J 1, 8a: > I I 10 110
before the chamber of commerce Casa or O. ..., ....-. Seat oe 114 a,.' .. .. . 9 bt) ,1050 .. Pal&lh.O. 8. a F. 660 PI! IS 00 a........
W. .. rr .... Wrts . ..
I. T trial p y
at Ardmor roe prtoes TODAY.bidden : : : :::. i-g. *.S. ?Lak. City. o. $.A P.:'. 704 : :::::..

. . . ... . I a 10 pi _..Tal1ah......, 8.\.L. .., I 48 p.rti..t.....
Do Not be Imposed Upon.Kolvy . .. .. II 06 ::11 00 a, _.Valdosta N. 8. et 9'... 4 fiG ... ...
. .. S b5 470 ... t
a : Macon G. M. A F.,1180
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: .\ Co., Chicago, originatedhoney & BatesSouthern .. .. .' : ......
T as 766
.Atlanta
P C.ofO.._. 7 60 a' 1 00 .t
and Tar as a throat and long .r PW1Ar .AM"r: Pili, ''LyAMLvPM.; ....:: .
roes aAL* .T.. .
rviurdj, and on account of the great I .

n. W WAITS' ...I..UI.ot d. merit and popularity of }'ol.,'. Hooey Music House, Trains I and 4 do not roD bf'D OaID."m. and Falr1l. OQ Suatsy.- ., II:
and Tar I I tat loo* ."offrU!
at
many L E. BARKER. O.
t5\ ... S aerJ 9urHnUod.ot.
01' 1.Ke,1 w .1,'(aAaAyiaa.,h t\e.rwld for the genuine, Ask for [fol.1 ll.>n. SAVANNAH, a GA. J. F. HILL A/ n&. J. D. WATKINS G.araJ ....,. .
a b.t. I.n, t '.KiJ.utr.wad sod Tar and refUM substitute
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ey
any
JOHN MURPHY MKr.ESTABLISHED .
D. .
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on>r*>d as no other preparation will -
are
I. ales Ib edsycI. tIai 18t
t", "I I.LaMW'a ..t the the same aLl.IM"C Il Is mild

l It I Is, safest Isiah.for.. children It contains aIMS no delicate optat**Mr-and 6AITHER t BRYAN, State Arts Advertise in THE SUN

Sons told by J, W MeCollum Co. T-'JlrA. FWKW1.

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CLOSING OUT SALE YY'.


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BEGINNING THURSDAY, MAY 25 AT 9 A. M. !

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We inaugurate this Tremendous Closing-Out Sale. $20,000.00, worth of First-Class Up-to-Date

Clothing, Gents'' Furnishings, Men's, Ladies' and Children's' Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Suit Cases, Valises and

Satchels, Ladies'' Skirts, Shirt Waists, Corsets, Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed Hats, Etc., at a Terrific and

Reckless Reduction in Price.
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It behooves every purchaser who values the saving of a dollar to visit. my f
store during this sale.

I also take this opportunity of thanking my many customers for their most
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: 8 THE'DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 26? 190r.


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.Cleaning and" pressing neatly and TO BEMOTE- I bin J. M. Rivers and three chil-
Men Leave
s; Some promptly done. Gainesville Pressing I dren and little Miss Jewel Godwin-left WILSON'S.Our
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
Club. will
yesterday for Kex. where they

ti, An Estate for the WidowTo It: G. Bass, a merchant of High In 10 days use visit Mr. and Mr. J. J Godwin for a .

Spring, was transacting business in few days Miss Jewel is a daughter of

invest and lone, or as a temptation .- this lily, yesterday .SAT&tMOLA.& Mr. and Mrs. Godwin, and hat been a

to speculator How. much Miss Pearl Colson went, yesterday to guest here of Mrs. Rivers. Big Values
' Y
better to leave her Wauchula, where she will spend a few The Complexion Beautifier. C.V.. White of the Robert Harris

days with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Mc. Tobacco Company Reidville, N. C., 4
$500 or $1,000 a Year Incomefor Grlff. and F. "'. Sherman of Starke. the in all

Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? Miss Alma Butch has returned to her rn,1 clever representative of the Florida

home in Santa Fe, after a delightfulvisit rr Cigar and Tobacco Company of Jack- DR- GOODS

We will send you some interesting small to her sister Mrs. J. M. Rivers, In I sonville, were registered at the Brown
how
information showing an
annual outlay will yield a permanent this city. House yesterday. Mr. Sherman is well Keeps Us Busy.

yearly income for anyone for William B. Williams of The Savannah known in this territory where he traveled

r whom you Rare to provide. 'Morning, News was in the city yesterday for year, and enjoys a profitable

in the Interests of thrt excel trade.J. .

W. L. HILL & W. B. HI8DON, lent 'paper. N. Craig of Micanopy, agent; for Big Assortments of

Hpeclal Agent The: MUTUALLife Miss Alice Butler of this city and the Atlantic Coast Line at that point

Insurance! Co. .f New York, Mite Moore of Ocala, who is a guest of pasted through the city yesterday en

UAIXESVILLE, t t t FLORIDA Misa "Bdtl r. favored Waldo with a "*tSATINOLA route to White Springs, where he will Embroideries, Laces

brief,visit yesterday.BTrkt recuperate for a few days. He has
been (indisposed for some, but friends and all Wash
A eond-hand
NEWS OF CITY AND Sale Smith Premier will be glad to learn that his conditionis

Typewriter in first-class repair. II. M. much improved, and he believes a Goods.
Chilly A Co. dswtf U new dlncoverjrguaranteed week spent at the springs will prove0f
COUNTY CONDENSED and money refunded If It faU. to remove the
Mrs. J. R. Bachlott of Campvllle returned wont ease of Freckle. Pimpled. Tan Sallow- great benefit.Spend .

f to her. homa yesterday, after ness Liver 8pO .. Blackhead, or nor lcln a while at White Springs the
spending a few day pleasantly with eruption In 3D day*. LeaTe the skin clear leading health resort of the State. On
Matters of General Interest Gathered soft. healthy, and restores the beauty of ,
Mrs. P. II, Baker, East Gainesville.You youth. Thousand testify to the merits of I the far-famed Suwannee river. The Mrs. R. Wilson

by Our Reporters. won't forget the Blue Ribbon fiaUnola.Mlm Gainesville and Gulf offers the follow- .

Flavor. Insist on your grocer lending Alice LIrette write: Thlbodeaux. L.., ing low round-trip rates from Gainesville

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS you Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla completely Oct. 15. '(M.covered':'"For four with freckle year my and face pimple was : Sunday only, $1 ; ticket good T. F. THOMASUNDWJP

s extracts. Takes Ie... Flavors. per. All remedies f tiled.until used two packages going Saturday and returning Monday,

What Hat Happened and What la Going fectly. of Salinas, which completely removed the $260; ticket good for fifteen days
freckles and pimple My complexion In now S. Double daily service. For further
$
to Happen Told In Short ParagraphsSo Little Miss Winnefred Pedrick left ((0.
perfect and hops every lady baring' freckle
particulars inquire of ticket agent, tf
yesterday for Wacahoota, where she
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That "H. Who Run May Read" or pimple will try Satlnola. Price fiOo and
will spend several days as the guest of It.00,by leading. druggists or malL Among the prominent visitors to
It In The Sun. her grandmother, Mrs. J. Porter NATIONAL TOILET CO.: Paris, Term. Gainesville yesterday was Oliver J.

Old newspapers for sale al The Son Smith. Sold in Gainesville by J. S. Bodiford Farmer editor and publisher of that FULL LINE OFNE"
office, tf fc Co., J. W. McCollutn A Co.. W. M. sprightly weekly The Levy Times-
Remember the special sale on bamboo Johnson and all leading dro glltl. "
+ Lad lei''calling cardi in latest stylesat easels screens, corner chairs Japanese Democrat Broiison. The Sun acknowledges GOOD
Bon office. and slipper ---
seats utility cases a fraternal call. Brother --

,, E. F. /etrouer of Rochelle was In I cases, at the Gainesville Furniture T. J.Townsend, a prominent business Farmer is getting out one of the neat Agents tor...

the city yesterday I Company store. man of Lake Boiler, was regis est, cleanest and newsiest sheets in Monuments Tombstonesand
A. II. Standing of Holder, one of the tered at the Itrowo House yesterday.J ,
A. O. I..mbof the State, and deserves the excellent:
Micanopy was trading Iron Fences.
valued of the Dutton Phosphate
employes
1, In the elty yesterday S. Morrello Jacksonville the support he Is receiving at the hands of
who holds lucrative See Our
Company a clever traveling representative of the the people of his county. Samples
Slmonson's Wonderful Salve for sale] in
position was transacting business
by J. W. }McOollum: Co.r Standard Oil Company was circulating Account of Confederate Veterans' alteutlon
this city yesterday Personal to all matters ia
the trade here Mr.
yesterday.
among reunion the Seaboard Air Line'! Railway -
Altering repairing and dyeing, a speolalty. Mill Etta: Freeman of this line. Mail and telegraph orders
Daytona, a Morrello is popular throughoutthe
? Gainesville Pressing, Club. quite will sell round-trip ticket to Louisville
student at the East Florida Seminary State and enjoys a line trade. promptly attended to.
Mrs M. L. Gilmer of High Spring Ky.. at the rate of f l 17 80 from
in the returned to her home yesterday. Miss Friends of Mrs. (>eo. W. Sanderson, June 10th to 13th inclusive, final limit I
was shopping city yesterday.Mls
L Florida
Freeman Gainesville .
i It delectable
a very young/: ill leave Louisville June
who has been quite for some time, to ItUh 190o.
Koialee 1'edrick made a brief and has the best wishes of her .
lady associates .
learn conditionis Limit be extended leave -
will regret to that her may to Louisville - - ---
visit to friend in Waldo.yesterday.Ar .
and schoolmates
not improved She has been spending as late as July 10 by depositing

'r' you on? If not :Join the Gainesville K-Justice J. A. J. Strickland, a the past few weeks in Tampa with ticket with J. H. Richardson special THE CONTINENTAL
,' Pressing Club $1.50 month
per .
in advance prominent planter of the Hague section the hope that the change would prove agent Louisville, and paying 60 cents

2 was in the city yesterday and beneficial but has returned to her per ticket at time, of deposit. CAFE-RESTAU1tA\T.
: Mrs Hall and ol
Lyman daughter
made The Sun an agreeable call lie home here with no apparent benefit
IlochelU were guests of friends in this
states that crops are looking well Friends hope she will soon be better. A Canine Homicide.
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city yesterday.W. with Indications for a prolific yield, It is with regret! that the canine
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A. Bnowden of Micanopy was but more rain I U needed friends of "Lou" the fine rat terrier

among shoe who paid the county cap J. I.. Hargraves, rnmerl.ngajled in belonging to Hon. H. II. McCreary,

Ital a visit yesterday. the naval stores business at Mioanopy NEW YORKRACKET. I will learn of the animal's Hidden

: We will stop the leak In your roof or but now reaidtng Hudion was greetIng death, which was caused by coming
t it will cost nothing, tttnrnberger
you : with Si-calibre
old friends and acquaintance here into contact a pistol
.\ Phillips, the Paint Store.
yesterday himself and family are !, ball Wednesday evening in the hands
+ Attorney W 10:. Baker has returned .pending a few day a* guests of :Mr. of Otllccr ( ha.. Warren who wa commissioned .

from Mayo, where he ham been on Important and. Mr. F. H: (>.tevn at Micanopy. by (reo. S. Merchant as executioner. -

i, professional business.In SVilllam in "Lou" has been quite a
Phllpot, a baggagemat .
the good. old summer time have the employ of the Atlantic Coast Line : popular dog in his day, but age was beginning
.. .
your trou.. cleaned and pressed by
: to tell upon him and of recent
the Gainesville Pressing Club. who makes his headquarters in High
I months he has developed into (First corner South of 1'ontofflee).
a professional -
Miss Is latest Spring, was among the visitors to CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTHWe .
"Oh the in
Mandy, I Gainesville yesterday, Mr. Philpot I tramp with a temper becoming Op. 1.Ill XH.I.kt. Drip (off...
.., "ra'ltlrne.VIII b6 sung on stage in : twentieth W.trr. :Mes1.
a century pessimist.With
hat been running between Jacksonville -
i Jackonvlll soon On sale here and 8t. Petersburg for the past I all this however, he had manyfriends -

\'anel'Int"r of Waldo, assistant three month., and was recently re have in I among his fello".eaninPl-po.- EE --
tnasieroarpent.rof the Seaboard AirLine lieved.Christopher. put a sibly because the majority of them

it In the pity on a brief visit.The i trembled with fear at his approach s MITH'S MOUNTS
Matheson has returned line of the
r person who took the umbrella I But "Lou's" a goner now, for he WELLAll
; from Palatka, where on Wednesdayevening
from The Sun editorial room marked showed signs of Badness Wednesday .
at the Methodist church he -- -
;, "\\'. \\'. A." will plea.* return the evening and fearing that he mlglt do
value delivered a stirring temperance ..d.d'.11 O.I..rll,1IJewel serious d.m.ael'lr.l\Ieehant requested the old standards and
l to a large audience, apropos the the
1 J.::. K Anderson and A K: Summer, coming wet or dry election to be held the animal shot choicest of the new onesas

i two enterprising uititeu and businessmen in that county Col. Matheson report StovesMade issued.Ask .

of High Spring, were visitors to the people enthusiastic over the to see them a* they cannot be

r, this fitjr yettertlayHprenl proposition, displayed to. advantage _in a ease

sale, on l>.inb(vo easels! ereen. Hemember the Gainevllle .t Gulf 'DaytonaBeach
corner ch.I ir.. Japanese, *eat., utility has SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F, S.,
round trip rate to White Springson by the
rase. Clipper asap, by the K.inesville1''urniturr ) School Children and Babies.
Company. Sundays at only $" Train leavesCaineavllle
Detroit Stove Company, r
r",l-tain J. .K1' Jnhuoton ha r.turbid "- ate:9x) a. in., returning at Maker
Stove
W.-30; p, m., and affording! a whole dayat the Largest Fine Fadeless FotografsFrom
from
IhJ&.n". where he ha, in the .
doanlry.Every
than s :
this favorite resort Cheaper
been on a 1.1..1. visit to relative Locket to Life Si e.SMITH'S .
\ .. fur the putt few day I hiring buggy and passengers! are enabled ---
to spent a day on the banks ofthe STUDIO.
'
If you want the right/ g.w.la) at the famous old Suwanee river, tf.
Stove Fully ..... .
right: pru... "get the h"hit"l a'ulao to .. . -- -- .- -- - '..
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Uurkhlm'. He has the RIMM!*, and tl e Ouaranteetl. The The "Kennice"arra E. H. WATERS

priors are always the l.,wet READ THIS. Stoves are very I

I',. (I IY. Tanner, the ilm I .:KUt of Springfield, Teon., June U, 1W1. handsome r in appearance 11111 M.dale partie far light PRACTICAL j
High !'prinfi',wa* tr.n**.Ming business!
I have been troubled with kidney .ha..ekeeplac *>r Want with ,**..
in this city yeerdy II. wa accompanied are nice
,
and bladder troubles for a number of Far rate apply I*

by his interrvtiiif little son. year and severely 'o, and having noHeed ly finished, cook PAPER HANGER.
Paul C. A. KeN. E" Uoodall. l-la.
the advertisement of I>r. . W.
onli-
better than _
.K. :-I. O.tc>en, the 1I."alltor..* opera II All'. ireat' Discovery, A Texas Won I I House

bur of Micanopy. wa In the city for a der. concluded to give It a trial, from nary stoves and! Painting
IF YOU LOVE YOUR and
few hour yesterday. lie wa en routeto which I found great relief, and would the prices are low. Decorating.

called Jacksonville. on bume, where he hd been recommend. U to those II,similarly II. KIRK.afflicted It will pay any lady WIFE DOH:T I, Rr>". IUa.. ('*",cor. (ial....|||.., fU. ,' 1))

The Woman' Guild of Holy Trinity! contemplating pur"l.'hasil1g' ROAST HER i I -
Kpltcopal: Church will meet at the A TEXAS WONDER. Cook I i Full line of Taint and Wall Paper

rectory at 4 .;*) o'clock this tfnday One small bottle of the Texas Won* a By compelling bier to bake the family J |I in stock at lowest prices to the trade

afternoon A full .attendance I I. or Hall's Great Discovery, sores all Stove noon to take bread during he hot summer month I i __ ._ .. _. _ ,___. __

r gently requested and desired I I'd..r. .. and our.bladder. diabetes,roQbl.seminal.. removes emit! a look at the Jewel Bay your Bread from I ROOMS All B8ARB r

We are making a *|H>..ial..I.| on bamboo . ...ak.D4 lame bee.... rheuma- line which Is strictly .
ea..1.l screen, corner chair Ja- I tam and all irrerularitle of Ue kid. ...Keystone Bakery... For

eases.penese Gainesville teat, utility Furniture ca*.. and Company*bpp.r; neys and, reculates bladder bladder in both trouble m.a .sadwom.si Ia ul>-to-dltte and It's a *avta of time. work and mo..y. Colored People

The flnett ever shown In this city children If not sold by your druttxist, fully gllarant.'ed. Leah Bre4 Hlverv4 Dally KATIE
7 M'CRAY.
will b* seat by mail on receipt of It.On It will ba a pleasure 11 .To all parts of the ci'7. Also Cakee,
K J
Hammond, the progressive merchant small bon la two okoaiM treatmen,1 Pies sad every other prodo tlo of l leo West "
;y, of Hawthorn was trantaeiiag and Mldoaa tail to portals a.ur. to show you. the .....fa. ap-tandai. Liberty Mrrel.Ae :
tmtin.. in this ell, yesterday, Mr .\" J>r. Brvaael W. Uftll.solo ..... bke shor.. ft.
r taeare Tv P. O. box f3>>,S- Lark M*.
Hammond: Is oa. of the Uadiag eltimea R. T. !hCBLUmt rnytiMStl [S4yN.a. ommodaiio s Tint-Clue. ks..,. r .:"
.a4 to) U.Un atok. flM by aU .......... Most w"yeobned
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tad basiaees ,., Mi' V IIET. d.adrW.l..unt
of.that s*Uoo. h+tl Lassa Iu.. r.,
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