Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 27, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00608
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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ORIENTAL FACTS OF Wcman A Found DOUBLE Dead TRAGEDY.and Alleged A> I DEVELOPMENTS IN MAN SLAY3 SEVEN. JILTED IN- LOVE AND

; Opinion Is General That Ho Was In-

FAR EASTERN WAR I, Toledo U.sailant May Wounded.:iG: .--Ur. A Greens.J CHICAGO STRIKEUp sane.Fiancisoo. SHE ATTEMPTS
S.sn May 20- IlwinSteplerls ,
a tiuNflitig medicine man shut! t and la,
I J I who lived at KitHH Valle\ ,
s.iiul; ) Killed :Mrs Aha Tlllllllh] at her
Striking Sure :Marion count, has lutndned his wit" >-.
Developments to hump! In't.wn.. U. and! then fired to the
Hour
of
Going to shot hU five (fluldrtii there of whom To Commit Suicide Via the
one shot Into his
own hoa.l.
Occur Right Away f died li.tttanll. Mttfiupted I to murder et
Greene will pir.l>ail! Press
) recover. 11i Laudanum Route.
a l i is
now under arrest and, has been taken -I '
own life.StvpptUtf. -----
NEWS FROM THE ZONE OF WAR to the .
county Jail at Howling Green.
DIFFERENT VIEW OF PROSPECTSThe who 33; old
watt years DEPRESSED IN SPIRITS AT TIM.
He "
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aa taken
from \\ :.IOn as soon a* I
was roimvrly a book agent but laterw
possible!! in order to I
Indication Point to a Sea Battle Between prevent posslule a* said tt> l>i.. connectid with a 'Ilb. While Others Were Sleeping She SwaK
mob: \lofonce "Windy City" la Bristling, With
btr K'u."I U house of San l-'tiincUco. The
Russian and Japanese Sea Greene n>3ld''s In Delta 0.. and Arms-The Outlook (Is Good for a family also couditctvd\ tt chicken ranch lowed Two Ounces of a Deadly Drug. ( '

dogs-Russian Vice Admiral and His has nude frequent M.its. to \V'eton It Was Taken
is Clash-Shea Roasts the Treatment at their home lu hose Vullej. hiirly to Hospital Unconscious; It

Crew of Fleet Are Sick. learned that he was greatly Infalu iu tde toot utug Sti'iipens' emerged But Was Resuscitated, k
att'Jllh Mrs Tippliis. and it !is her as to His Contempt of Court.
from h'K: hOIl"
revolver In hand andtin
St. Petersburg. May 26.-Admiral /Ik'\,'d that bocaute she Tailed to return Atlanta I&1..
Chicago :May 2<;.-With the strike 'd u:>nu u (Uitolng milkman: t '' iVupottdcnt bar ,
Avellan head of the Hussiau admiialt tht aflVct.on; he rouimltted the crime site .
bulli'Ved
cause her
) milkman, lover had dailfd -
lOll
eprvadlng arh hour in th lumber dutrlct. whipped| | 1111| hid horses
department, confirms the A >ociauM Greene (is o-> ) ears of age and his victim and no signs, of p.u<. In Might. t"IIIWILIlli sued him cur ;''tell yarlaifiring , ..' her Ada lt..", ,'. a beautifuloilng

Press dispatches baying Vice Adtutr 43.(; the tfamslertt'istrlKt) ftAbum.M a .erluui us& It.Iltll 1'1'11"lIti| tl"'IIII1,1I > ; woman of ll>, nU"IIIIIIe',1llchl.. i iat

&1 Rojestvensky id steaming! north la aspect today. "s ..lIllI the steal l way. plated the letolver \' G; check \\'.'.11\1..101)' nUUl l hy tail
battle to Admiral Dead From Apoplexy Iru two of laudanum her
give Togo. titinct In
i, trouble to meet, the demand of |>o- to his breast dincburRed the weapon
lie considers .Vr-", York slay 26.,Kdward VThel- roum ut her residence lu Keliihitrdltiet ,
it
possible that news' lice pioteciiou Mayor LHiuin- u-d a l but the bullet did not end his lift, .
an. Ust survivor of the jury which 'tHl.
to the effect that the two fleets ha'emet
call for l.uoo ulile-bodled citizens to and lie went a 1")11.1| mint built Into
may be received any day. served in the: famous lieecherTlltoncast report ut I'hu-f NvlU's ottlt.e at once I bio braln.11'hrn (> leers laudf and Pornvlt w /rm'.leil
In interview ls. dead at hU home: In Krookljn. for by the *.tlted family, when
an
interesting Admiral
and be sworn" in as iwj.i; ', in.-ii to do ncfghliorn and ultlo'm enc. r 'dthe
from apoplexy. At the time of the ..h.10 "" found In what
Avellan confirms the unofficial scented! a dying.
hunr
repurtsthat strike duly of Stepprus| | they ciiliit Ul 1"11 ,
trial he was! one of the leading; architects ildlttou\ ou her Led and tlui l")UCi.
Admiral
Rojest\ensky has broken : Sht-rtt haslet ('untlt".1 l t<> sorer in a ehuel,tug rt-tie. The iinnilxr of
down and asked to !bo relieved lie and builders In llrooklyn, but time men Hummontd a Grady luMillal| ambulance
f deputies! null) ruoii whim a rc-voher
retired some years* ago. About I"") o'clockViineaday
Bays RoJesMensky sent detailed reports worn, In now nunUnTs 4Mti', <.IlIl'.fullnb wound lu the head. "o'ru found lu a
of the condition of hid on of whom am ui'tivi depute assigned their twdn. Tilt" wlft und three ..C night she 'was renting well and It was
YOUNG WOMAN TRIES SUICIDE. thmu'ii' MIInuld)
health and of the health of the crews to pioitct noituiklon drltiiM and wagon lilt chlidlin weir dead titid 1 It U bi. itcovtr
It I"'tua thai Ml i lam Ituwv had liven
of his fleet. *. Armed sentries .! .. Kuardlug IU' ted that the surtittug rl.lKlu-n .111'
Sandersville Has Sensation In njflieil to John llanilltou.
Attemptof marry a
The constant tension and, haul work the various armories !loraictl: lu thecity not ret'oter. The children lanut'il
Girl to End Her Life.Sandersville )'nun,( man of riiono M"uuttln. (lA..
of the long voyage lime been a great and the ollin/rn expetxU i a cull to from one lo i lovi-n yralC of d r.There .
f5a, May 2'>.-A young Mini .Ue thoiljthl lie .had "jilted her.Onie p
strain on the admltals t-tiength. arwuu ut 1&11) moment. U no known reason) for tho
woman said to be from Atlanta, created or twlit berorf Yf..t.'r.II&1 th tOUIIK
"Even before he left," said Atellan."Rojestvensky Klty tbotihaiid round of ammunition traKt-dy, but the th...ir) la ad\atu I
a KfniatIon in thin place by attempting ) woman had threatened to coin
sufferer from kid have been distributed, union* the Unit I'4tf' li'TUilie
was n
oildlrnl I
111..tJ.* << ) IIITh '
xiilcMIn the Southern railway mil aiiiclil' an also MM* uil I..'iiitilf, an 1
.ey trouble. but his health I it now no | trooit". sane: .
deist early Wednesday. nlicht...: could not help Ihliikliig of the man she
worse. Ills report !breathes I a spirit Her lilt in f MUH gh en in either MIIIII President shea of the I'eamatera' .. two totl"PI"'I" children dl-'d at ; luv"tl

of strength oIutioneM and con IIlence imU>n hId u dilTtrrut/' \ I"W of the a hospital yesterd.ty. .... .. -- ..
Resale
Mcekn or Mrs. Arthur Young. \\nen au inn tous whit ore in the thou
< and other repurts show he has An older pronpt'ct for a conlplele'tle'up of the ----.----- .. .
woman Mho was with her at worn takliiit an Afttriiooiv nap t
his cn'WKllb the t-onndttire wood and building lii.tuitriHe .ald."All Sotihtcrn Pre. rlans..
inspired byt
the time
and claimed: to IK her mother fclm tnuk a. laudanum phial, whlt-li "u of their Command.r. As a matt>'r wf said that the young woman bad! juntrtceUed llilK talk of tying up the! buildIng Fort \\urih. .r.11,1): 2\1.! The rev I' had recently pnn'haa4 and attired

tact, It la not lloj'ttttnik) but Vic1 Industry t II' Idiocy. ., 1'b.Imnh..r port of Ilse twentieth century fund comin
a telegram from Young: In .. away, and |"'nirt>d ai...Htt tw'i ounr<. ut
Admiral Voelk i r am who ban suffered Atlanta Immediately after which she association combine ltlem bate lung I ttoWA made ,.1 tht1 Kuncral. a* I Incoiitrnt* In a glass tumbler.

from the long May' (in the tropics" swallowed a large qauntlty of laudanum been fighting with the t"KhIlU'n.. -n.4I l) ..f the Koiiilx-rii l're.bytrrtau A note. evidently. wiincii by a trent

and morphine. to bii! inesH with the "d..nk. wild iris' clnirch .lixlny. The report how' that tiling hand un u .ma 11 scrap of paper

HATPIN CAUSES HER ARREST. The Incident created considerable! fxclt phone' dealers, the ',.* l 1'1\ tinrk men: |:ti"MN>4i liiiH air \1.1) been pl lgtd sod I with no naiii. Higiint but the wrlttn4waa

--- .>ment and. bf'llwal Miiinmoned at a. they call them 'fh.."" lumber ntnint half of that amount Aar IM ,-Drereivod that uf the despondent, girl wet

Margaret Lockhart, Dressed In Boy's on re. TIlt young woman wall taken. Jobbers can get all tli I .< union leant' \urlh| (Niro.Inn !ills pledKd. found on a table lu tU crater of the

Attire in Toil of the Law. to the Sjuidcrm hotel and phynl ntvrs they want and run supply ul! the A lane stun to the fund The com nHIII.rb" niilw wan l 110-1, mid real

PittsburK May 20 --)Iar ar<'t Ixick- clans cnllcd In at once It U thought lumber that Is U"lulr..1 l and 81 i rower utttce: on for i-!inn missions H kil l that MM follows

hart, the young girl! from prove, City. that she will rt'coeer.Vhat her "'Iuun prices than I the) lunil ei t JHW.J-IUII.IH will ''hII' a.Minl
Pa., who was arrested In the Union uta was for altemptliig to end her life Is sell liiey alkoii.ivi nil advantage In ('rea'r (IIIf' fffirlt'liry t>f work In all on rue "

Lion while dressed! in hoy's clothing not known The (contents the IH<- the fact that they< (an haw lumber forHun ruuntrtas. The .*.rrntily falls U'hwii th< pru.trate| form lOt th ,lt!

and endeavoring to purchase a ticket gram( received Just before she took 'll-re.| ou any swill h : rack wliri u>% i | to .urit.ln in* ciniiulaUtl of N K- "II' taken. from her riitn slut' put Int.*

for Wheeling.. \a, has been called the poison are known to herself alone. the lumber yard Is .'Ii: j ary." I I'tll'l'llI&fndClilo.., (the sriuxl of Ml.. Ortiady mpltal' arnbulnnco It ,,..,'ni.t t I .

', ior by her htht.'r..1 r, Ixickhart. a all she ,11-"II'U1,1 tilt UO"-"K", Refute leaving fur Jnl ig. KohUaat ...ctrl., TI.. delale on the qur.tlniit that the attempt at auUMo' would, l,-

.) coal miner of rue City. and taken __ h_ Court: where he oar amnlcted l to alo'| > fid.Tntlr.fi slit oih-r I're.byterlau) auccva.fut, for life inured to ti. already k

; home. The young woman seemed to I Sunday Newspapers' Hard Luck. p*'lIr to answer' a rhaiK' of oxitiriiipt. I 14\.111"| will! h.l r. ,itllietl slier the ill*. nearly tiitlncli. hut the glri'4

(- resent her treatment by the policy of PrtK Laid; Ca May I 1C. -The Law )1 r. Hlu-a ronfrn l i, U several la ':-imU of rofiiinl'.trf, reM>ri< youth and at run. t nlllutlon follml!!

flciaU of this city, and she lost no opportunity and Ore r league; of this place U get lair reprcaentatlirs and outlined plan -- -- ---- her attempt at the druperatr act.

of so expressing herself. ting v.-rr active there warm summer for the ('arr) hue un of the strike today Reward la Offered. ------....-. -.--

,; Itefore the girl was discharged II li' ria> s They are determined to ass and tomorrow 1..ttir 11ft rvmarktd San >*rauelac, ... May :-The, tram Reported Wealthy Clllten Bueldec.Havanna. .

It. war taken Into the office of Superintendent that the Sunday clueing la to b. observed laconically, "I ha'ot only on* runfvrencti tuor tttday al"! .*.. an account of a it'- III.. May :tI-U..lb"tIIUI-\4t.

of Police Wallace. where she strictly. Their edict has gone today That one I.I with Judge ward of ILixWuffeft-d by \Vlant| | Mtaii- ford. rpud( tu b. the wallbl.at citl- ;

k.;; was given some good advice. She forth that cold drinks ard ice cream K4>hlsAat." Iteferrlnc' tit doHAnc of ford of Shn .rlady. N. Y. trading Up lets of .Havanna. romtultt! suicide today >>

seemed to pay little attention to what shall not be mold on these hot and the court Mr Blu-a said In th.i arrrat and conviction 01 th> a few minute after being eve

: was proceeding When asked an t< sultry Sabbath days to quench the "I am /In contempt of court They part: re |Minalble fur the d..llt( of the Unn..t rt-cardlng Id. whereabout of a rrevolver

34 j whether she would repeat the attemptto thirst and tickle. lb. palate! of the Bun- will put hUt In jail Trey may never let. Jane Matjfi( ,rdSellan4 Nts i' sub which b* was a ip* *td

. leave her home. she! answered that da) prunirnadernI let' tnn out. If lh"y k-ep me In jail told I I' said to bot a nephew. of ib* of having lln Attorney .nlel l M

f abe would not The party left for hu order baa nor brought forth so until I Ins* by cuntemp' I don't know Isle H -nator Ix-ati4! Mtanford andbrtitflclarty a Derry formerly member ut the l_,lalaMir .

"' Grove City, !and it it probable that the mark talk as the one la which tbejr bow many years I -1:1|: 1 Lave to **r,. under LI/. will. in tli et I'ulford hail d..ul.d any ktxtwld -

f, police of Plttsburg will hear no morerot bar carried through: on. of tbelr Th. whole fUol.ln'' >* worthy u tent ot lIu.\ >
;:::( the little girl who dfivit<>ii fur (heblood cam aIU.I..1 l when questioned eon- '9

j' a boy for the purpose' of making her an ordinance prohibiting th. thing la the name of )I'utl.e | have ratii) of H.-u &iwr Hurf>,rdTti <*.rnlng turn revolver. Tb. story ha* "|

i:' own way. In the world. san and deltrrry of Sunday newspaper vr seen anywhere t I' did nut r..embl. .-, aliwraey b.r. for Ura. MUofurtl a ttm widtsy circulated that l Retry was M

: The girl left her horne several' weeks" This has causal a sensation a court In any say" I estate says b. ran assign no iitotlneJo killed a. a. rMlt of ail.utlno paid by $

\'.''''.go and since has been In this city andAllegheny I among the readers of the dally pap,.. --- rth. u'''r lOr ibis I..J by \\.1! him to a married' woiaau.

employed' all a domeatic : It l I. thought by many that It l Is a step' Young Woman's peculiar; Death. and "'.Df<"rd and that iwiiMtdt lu antfcority

11-: to extreme and Is uncalled for but 8140.7. O.. May %IlAW- Wo.el. eusn.el.d with taw Mtaahrl ,.,...tinent Men Lear.or Portland,
' left her last place of employment
,t:''.: lact She Satudray night bad her hair cot tb> taw and Order I..agu\ baa see formerly of Onclcna n..t lu (ant *t.l. has aathorUM hIm Ut -VtParhtr e., ('talr..., May, J--A party of 1'ult-1 f r

that the pririirjre: of selling daub la a peculiar/ ....b..r Hh. .astafidtg Hate( ..n.llllr. and ",.Ul..ruIIIII
and at "'!'WISM"Jt"rl
rl boys clothing
off. purchaw has bn abused to b eld. tb. ,.IIro.4 track Got But/. lave Chlcagu tonight for I'ortlan,
t' 'h for the : <-, some itat '
heraef i "n purpo .
tired I'.upes., N. \ .
May y tt
'LI' when fr,-Ubt .rr t Or... to participate&
by the selling of oft drink a car > truck and In U>. up nlag n'
sbe sal t of being .Better able to maker on tkesly :Mary Hail .b, .il4 .
t twit tx! relnp.i'!:"t .
motila
.n they bit made (heir orders rm b4 her/' to an unr< iBUablv i.e*. of tb. IAwls and ('.rll.
on; Iv.nc a. a man She then I tea thrrmgli III* Slab a ... .* ..ltli .
Koort* n new flat carr p nIP of .
swe"pII! (. and JriiDday next .II!!! W a destroyed .party r into the All
w her own riothtBg aa4 trala ,. lIt will b* tMM... at !the snfflml' *ki, I I. ta charge of ..
dry and Jon..om. 14&bb6tb la nuc.r. "* delayTh. Irate H-r. *nt t Arm. HMO-
ri'l"r ai seat to tb* felon eta- < f lt..r craaAtaer, .
any aide crew was unhurt i tanner J<''i. At ry Ca** .. where shen|'r ''.rhr end| Mary ooa, Tawny t>t Ulnutfberrnan

a ticket! f,,r Wheeling! Ta. tickslant Affairs of Young P. .''e's &oc.S..". Oep.*'tors To B. Pa 4 IN'ew ,. ,.,,11, i were ..fs>..t*>c
saw 'hat th. .r* waa a hatpin 'nftm lake Ind. May J C -Tb_ York. May J< '' ., I" d.ptCI I ......t aa )large .Dot ass et'waMu !teary of T'taa, Jlanr of Yew York

oved throng' 'be t'nt: obis tfe. .c..1. as..mbty: of th. FrebyierJaa lion of ta* closed Met 'ka.,.' Trust la tit. ..taWT sail tlse Utlrot Aag.r e MrnaK of North r.rorio, ifhwick *,( S
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D wore, and .bromine "n. )-i('vo js. church talay took up roaslleration ut company
I anmmnn' 1 ta' d'ire' tee who dte- affairs of the Ye sag I'.epW..udrlyeUh full was '"opIIlSoa".oS ky Free Park. .. ."lMullr f''p'.--.l the. Asp C ttnn.l II. M, !la..ili.! *.raaal "'t- J

led that th- suppo<*d t.o' U a .sp* Ial! reference to la* pntlema la>nt Mto T. fuaaaf .f ta. W.w aa4 r.:..... ...,.... tM Itar (' ",_r arms of the a.aal.. U In r-aari of IhtsnalAf1l

of bow U .....umll't.: tVMrwork fork Tntt cotstpaay bf'. If ta. r...lr, Half. .tfte ebttdr. f.h-,. (.. hate a pity party, wMeb laeludwt' ".A.-

- AD4p their I funds n >r* J1rrriiy for slclaa m.e' "'(1t .r Klag.'un Hr' ta.... br... Big Contract for P.att.... < era ta* Map oI'1i.l*<: pay, K.
", A4aJr vlUe Ga May 2 ,-'Oo* .->f ti.st h> : la Pr"'.*n.naa ,aats T'b.f'Q'mm'u. said bo....'. that u... -uo.sa astght7e started W. %a ta>- SI..Y ..tatbewrb Virginia, dark, of Wyoming. Overman i

salts ot Kbrta pea, .. repeat sao...4 that only' u ...yalre coruldrraftU: i.atUMtll .r. b. ....:,... ,,. ate 4.Irs n.otb- of forth Carolina sad McfUa/y of j jt
lac her. r II th' rata .-..,.. With the. 1.11,.
her. was eL! >**4 LtU aft.rata'oassn I pr.ebyt.ttee ks4 1ID..s. r.pnrla sal the ..._.._'__._ _
aam.kai: "gtliOperatic was 4Hr..lac Lunte. C..*..iy Falla.Uo o' tM ,.. contracted foe 12.044 crv .. 141_rent. .....,...11 *) M ...
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I *>IVt. Ala. May M .. at depot at a neat fimr TMUI. > \ TIsdlsasp"., (... Ia4.. May JsV Tto
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.. bat is la fls. shape an,: i .. erases tlwcte..ttA.I I taek, "l4at of t*. Issues TlavBras aa*.*A."ljr of t Ulf Caifonu Ruk. .,

bt win brlag faaey prie*__ iplwtlet.4 i I r dt.ia. Oa. May 2<----The /r4n4s brr eolapsa7. oee of ts. ''a'.1N ..s.poe11ad Met at Awful &e.t... K 'febl..f P/tJkJa* list today, Casa r

... by ODe of tb. latRest: !1of Mrs J K. ftnilta. of ta4! city, wt>. la r....., **< Umber latb 7fa.Ir'' "'*, Traa May 24.-iay'q n. _au..a os I..... aa4 mJ.. aa4 tellw rktloa4

of :Yew Tork Iw,. aooi ".' is *p**<:ag soa .iias. sl] ..a AtUata asrataw .pop<.*d ia! ta* elsac.ryags1 /ceatr.' nest a Irish ft 4..attitar bore t. ....* ....11. .A eeaguslttM ,....

shat tiotsg tarauga la. sac!' artaaa: far .>.r batik see (U4ta tat* .n.-aor t' r ta# Wlr.sust. H* .... !t. aaata et .ttit a firs re..stls. abet. -"Mat ...,. of

kbS, svlrr.'r.a wo<< I4.-t....-1' Wars taat .-. .. ..... ..cfsl.It ..., fit! rv..J..r Ta. ap.ay U wigs wills -f flkig oa a. pole. fell taa4 n..w 011444 mOl Mil. UM *wu..Wy; to
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: 2 THE- DAILY GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. MAY 27 1905 J

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DEALTA Begin Taking: Ozotnttlalonand Today COLA CHUBB BACK {
EDUCATION Your Cure Begin Today
iuREDWHOlOniERSrAIlED1056 y'

VICIOUS BLOWSchool FROM WASHINGTON/ : : Winnemac Avenue. /

CHICAGO 111-, Oct. 25, 1902. j
WIne of Cardui can always be relied '
System Victim of Legislation Went on Important Political Errand upon to cure when everything else fails.

Unmindful of Its Welfare. *JU CM Z4MT fie s a he "I'P_...." But Would Not Divulge It is a certain cure for female disease* In theirworst 4> !.
Its Vitalize .M dl'Jna1"Food Proper forms. I suffered for years with ulcer- 1
ties are Very Quickly Realized. ation. Intense pains in the womb and ovaries
In HrlnalnaHealthy Color to the and dreadful headaches unfitted me for my
AVAIL CALLED PRESIDENTWith
NO ON THE
ARGUMENT
k, SOUND Cheek of the Pale and Sallow.
In work. Finally! grew so ill that I had to keep _
Productnsr
Strength to the Weak, to
M1 the Frebl* and the Invalid. to my bed. The pains were so intense at time
Senator McCreary Made a Good Fight In Toning up the System of Convalescents' a Delegation of Prominent Florida M to cause spasms and a disagreeable discharge
from Exhausting!: Dineo.e.. In extremity after all else
life forces.
p for East Florida Seminary-All the In Cleanthe Entire' BrBtem. Republicans, But Evaded Direct drained my my
In Nourishing the Womut. had failed, I tried Wine of Cardui. After using;; it for
Amendments Prove No Impedimentto In Rounding Out th.. Tbln, Peaked Question as to Their Business two weeka I began to improve so rapidly that I felt encouraged -
Faces of Children. which I did for eighteen -
the treatment
to ,
keep
Passage of Bill. In Building up on their Little Rod Ira Talks on Government Building. up
tile Definable Pink and Whit Flesh and weeks, but at the end of that tfme I was entirely cured. What a
Special to The Daily Sun. In Dotting their cheek with the Pretty lion. Henry S. Chubb, receiver of relief was mine and how new and beautiful life looked to me when my
Color and Dimple that make Mother'sheart health was restored. Only those who have passed through such a siegeof
267:10 the United States land ofllue in this
Tallahassee, May p. m.- alas ,
ozoactr&axow sickness as I have will understand how much:. : I value Wine of Cardui.
The Backman bill, with amendmentsby t* an Antidote for all X>.....e. Caused by city, baa returned from a visit to It is indeed '

President Trammell), came up at it* Sxpocnr to Cold *od Wet. 'I Washington, where he accompanied apart a boon toJ a

appointed hoar. All the amendment. To prove lie Medicinal Food Merit a. of the Florida Republican organ- side women. /sy4 **+ts *

by the President were voted down. Trial Bottle Free by Mall ization, compriiinR lion. J. N. Coomba
Will be Bent on reqaeM. Writ by letteror
Senator McCreary in an earnest. ap postal card to of Apalachicola, member of the Na- .: Secretary.North Chicago Franaa Verct

; peal moved an amendment to have the Ozomnlslon Co.,98 Pine St.,Hew York. tional Republican Committee, J. M. Every weak woman needs Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui: cure dig
AU X>ruKl.t*-Tw* *l>ea-Mo. and 11-00.
Florida excluded from Cheney of Orlando candidate for Congress
East Seminary ordered and painful menstruation periodical headaches, falling of the

the bill, and ably put forth his argu from the Second District daring womb and leucotth a. It cures extreme cases of these troubles. It

ment. His amendment was defeated.At painted, which adds greatly to the appearance the last campaign, George Allen, collector strengthens girls approaching womanhood, helps bring children to barren

7:10 o'clock tonight the bill lion of the"place. The church will of custom for the port; of Key homes, makes pregnancy and childbirth easier, prevents miscarriages and ig

its third reading and is absolutely certain also be painted.J. West, and U. B. MacFarland of Tampa the best medicine ever made for use during the change of life. Why permit

:l of passage. E. Harrison and R.O. Reeves, who Republican candidate for governor. the good women in your home to. suffer another day? Every druggist

have been quite sick for a few days, are While it is presumed that the viiit has 1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.WINEalCARDU.1.

Senator McCreary's Good Fight. able to be at their places of business was one to which was attached considerable -

+. Special to The Dally Sun.
again. Importance, Col. Chubb was a

Tallahassee, May 28.-7:20 p. mAll Miss Bonnie Fincher left Wednesday little discreet in what he had to say regarding

the amendment. to the Buckman on a visit to South Florida. same. There I. one thing

)'r' bill voted down. Senator McCreary Miss Maggie Olmstead is visiting In which may be pat. down as a fact, and

rr.ade a strong speech and a good fight Gainesville. that la the gathering: In the National

for the Seminary, bat lost The Buck- Frazier Stevens and Oora Dell Williams Capital of so many distinguished Florid -

1i man bill will,\ pass. who have been attending the ians-we would not intimate politicians PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

W. U. THOMAS. East Florida Seminary at Gainesville, -at the tame time.
Whiskies Beer and Malt.
MISS TEBEAU'S SCHOOL. have returned to their home here. "What was the purpose of your visit Wines,

r Miss Mamie Stork returned Wednesday Washington at this tmd" ventured .

i* i Closed a Most Successful Term Friday from Sutherland, where she has the representative, as be made himself EXPRESS PREPAID.

:; -Awarding of Medals. been attending school. comfortable in one of the big: chairs in I Dulk Goods! -Jups Free Kot Prepaid.
Full Qt. Meanure. 4 Qts. e Qt.. 12 Qt..
Rev. S. F. Mason returned Wednesday the receiver's "Did '1.110 Per Gallon:
After a moat successful term Miss pri..ateomce. your Hunting Club Rye .. ..ft 66 (4 00 I 7 00 Rye Gin. Corn. Good Trade.
Tebeao' school has closed its thirty- from Sotherlsud, where he wentto delegation discuss political matters Nelson County Rye. .. .. 290 a 7 60) Co Per UoFlne
attend the closing exercises of the with the President Monogram Rye...... .. 33): 150) 8 00 Rye Gin. Hum. quality
first conseeutlva The (2.50 Per Gallon:
term
year. jolt Hanne'11" .......
Rye 375 5 00 9 50)
Florida Ccl. Rye Gin. Corn. Rum. Best for the none'
Chubb
Seminary. "Well. replied with an
closed was one of the most gloriously Social Drop. 4 M e w 1 12 00 *<.(U Per Gallon:
beneficial aver known In the history of Miss Miriam Robarts of Daytona is apparent desire to avoid being: draggedinto Malt Whiskey..'. ........ 375/ 6 00 950 "U" Rye. Peacb and Apple Brandy. Me) *

r the school, for which the principal and visiting her brother, W. T. Robarts, at eobversatinn on the. subject., "my Peach Brandy......... ... 375/ 5 00 9 M ed by are.
HIO Per Gallon
her Miss Alice Thom the Sheffield. Houe. memory Is a little hazy on that. point.It Apple BrandyHolland ............ 375/ 5 00 9 50 Victoria Rye. :Social: Drop Rye.: Medlcina
e worthy assistant Oln .......... .... 2 ro 42f s 7 y quality.
Is of deal of seems to me something was men .. ... .. ..
as, deserving a. great Geneva Gin .... 3 75 5 00 9 50 LEMP ST.

s credit. In point of numbers the term Do Not be Imposed Upon. tioned on that line. I will say how Mountain North Carolina Corn Corn. ... ......2C 3 ? Ito< Ton FalHtafT/ ..LOUIS..... .. .BEER.... . .. . ... .Per. .tls Dot 1
was also a big sooces, fifty-seven pupils Foley A Co., Chicago; originated ever, that we are entirely satisfied on Jamaica Rum. . . .. 2 K 75) !4 5 co 25 O n 9 50 25)A ) Extra leer. .. . .. .. ..... .. .. .. : >a.
Standard . .. .. ...... .. .
Mertforrt Hum .. .... ; iki I
having been enrolled. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung the result of our visit. Grape Brandy .. .. 3 3 7S 75 !5 5 toO 00 50 Malt, extra dark . . .. ... .... (llll
remedy, and on account. of the great Having been unable to secure ping of Ke'.J'. Bourbon 3 75! yp I COb Imported . .. .. . . . . nu
any 5 COGoods
The closed without the ..
term .
was Ii" Ale pints .. ............ . :S 2fUulnnewi
usual literacy exercises, the entire merit aud popularity of Foley's Honey further information In this direction, Price.Aiwortment Allowed on AU of Same I Stout, pints. . .. ... .. .... ... 9 *,
and Tar imitations offered Col. Chubb asked Price by the bbl. on application.
time having been taken up In eliminations. many am was regarding: the -- - --- -
The only exercises beyond! for the genuine. Aik for Foley's Honey progress being mad in the matter of 124CM25HW. :>>'" HANKIE JACKSONVILLE

this were on Friday morning, when and Tar aud refute any substitute the proposed public building for ADAMS ST B R O S FLA.

t Miss Tebeau personally delivered the offered as no other preparation will Gainesville. -

f medals and prises to the pupils winning give the same satisfaction. It i II mildly -We all know that .35,0(() ban been .

them. She took occasion at. this laxative, It contains no opiates. and appropriated fur this building" remarked -
is safest fur children and delicate" per.son. PRICE LIST
t the genial: receiver, "and we -
time to the .
congratulate pupils
upon
.. Sold by J, W. McCollum Co.
their excellent deportment and efficiency shall succeed in adding: sufficiently to .OF

and her remarks were highly Shot on Account of a Woman. that amount by an appropriation In

appreciated.There Wrlghtsvllle, Ga., Slay 2G.-A the next Congress to erect an elegant I
negro
I
buildim two stories high. We EUREKA WfNE
&
were two handsome medals, by the name of Oliver has killed a negro succeeded LIQUOR CO
in increased
getting
our
: appropriation
one of which was delivered In hazel by the name of Seymour Linden. It
So the omnibus public buildingbill
Potirnelt and the other to Jessie ChI' *
l I. aid that Oliver had taken Linden'wife THE KHE.1T
SOUTHKKN
:
nut, and four books, distributed as follows away from him and that the latter which was reported favorably by MAIL OHDEH.!. --: HOUSE. .. .

1 : tattle Andrew., Kate Clyatr, had warned the former not to the committee on public buildings and EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure.Per -

r; Myrtle Itrinton and Hugh Meeker. All come about him. Oliver disregardedthe grounds in the last Congress.: The workwe .

prizes were won by members of the warning, and after procuring a did then ",11without/ any serious Four Six Per

primary cia..... pistol went to see Under Monday. trouble, enable us to gaD'! amount Hatcbett'a Private. Stock '" ... .. .. .... .. Gallon.4 /im Quart Quarts Case
Hatchett That Wtklokey .. . . .... ... . .. *4 ro sa o01t 00
Into bill of
the omnibus the Con
i In the, advanced department :\11.. Words ensued and Under pulled a next lJa't heu'* Olrt Rre . . . .. . .. 4 V) 4 tut e no 13 76
Eddlns gre. These matters are of large moment Eurek.N.c.Al.'t.lellrandr.. ... ... .. ......... .. ... :3 jn :5 S<> 4 w o 9 eo
Islay stood first )11.! and fired f\
Ruby platol on Oliver missing him. N. C. Annie Brandy .. .... .. ... ...... .. .. . 4.11 TOO 14 00
t Walls second, Frazier Thomas third, Oliver then drew his pistol and ahot and IIt'Cl'lIaril1.move slowly. Eureka Malt . . .. ..... ......... ... 4< ,Z'11> 3 SS tI5 0 70
Senator'! Taliaferro and Eureka N. C. Peach Brandy .. ... .. .......... .. ..... .. 4 <>*l 11 00
Congressman
; Miss Alici Thomas fourth, lUlu Until Under In the head, killing him In N. C. Peach Brandy . . .... ....... .............. a 4.11 TOO 14 00
Wilson fifth Johnnie Kddins sixth atantly. Clark are both earnestly anxious to see Kureka N. C. Corn .... ... .. .. ............ .......3 ::\ :3 25 4 M B 70
t Eureka N. O. Corn. XX .. .... .. ........... .... . bS!., .1 SA 4 *ft 9 70
} Miis Mary Walkup seventh and Wallace this extra appropriation go through ":ur..aN.C.'orn.XXX . ... ..... .. .. . .. .. 3. 3 It) 4110 '. 00
A Creeping Death. and .,11do/ everything in their Eureka N O. Corn.\.XXX .. ... .. . .. .. 2\ J 75!' .It.!' 8 30
Parhant eighth.! All made bower . ...... . :rh" abu a16! 1
c au average OJdl.'rowlJ"urbon. .. .......... .. (0
. .. ... . .... 15,1) fPoo B 7./ 13
t of Blood poiton creeps" up towards the in support of the measure. Hermitage Rye ... M
mnre than 75. Sunny Brook Rye ... . . . . . 4. hii 4 V> 0 75 13 to
The first requirement of Mist Tebeau's heart, canting death. J. K. Htearns, Col. Chubb slated that the delegationextended Sunny Brtmk Sour Uasb.. . . ;*5 3 75! 5 (S. II 30
Echo. !.&>r!lilt.. . . .. . :a a. 3 75! 5 Me 11 SO
school Is cheerful obedience ; Hello/ Plain, Minn., writes that a the President an invitationto ", .Uk..I..e_ !. . . 4 ',. 4 M PI) 11 n

the second punctuality, and th. third friend dreadfully Injured his hand, Inelude several prominent cities in Oak and . .. .. .. .. . ... 1\ ';n"' 5 410 3A 7 e "*oo* 15 1100 70 '

diligence. The minimum Is 75 which swelled up like blood poisoning. Florida in making: his Itinerary of his
percent Kin Frog 1*2.50 t* 3.5O IVr (; )
- In studies Uucklen's Arnica Halve drew out the Southern trip In early fall, for which aIon. Dellveml.!
* e twelve lab la of Hatehetfi '
As the beat retonuneu'datlon of the poison, healed the wound, and saved the President thanked them, bat stated twelve Hatehett'a labl Tafa I.. of Hate"'lIlaIIer but.ow Rye and Ernie eVurV tO abottlr<"I& and.Ve-t.lIre S a II.MUle" free.tweUe I.bela S.v or*

eflleienry I of Miss T..bau ai a teacher, his life. Best in the world for burns that, owing to pressing business, he N. C. Corn and secure a bottle and fre aceure.. Sue a twelve free.lal."l of Iwelre label.> ofC.Eu eka
and sores 25o at all drug stores. feared that it would be Impossible: for Brandy and Mcur one bottle free. !Sate! twelve label\f Eureka Eureka N. AflJoIe
?. it may bIt mentioned ai an Interesting one bottle f re. IVK-e. of all goods bought at Malt and seeun
coincidence that during the him to go further south than Jacksonville than wbell delivered. No charge for lum. ho..oml""J'.. or dra,..azure... are roo tlC'r gallon leas
term just Next Crop's Estimate 'O. OO.OOO Bale' full n>*a closed there were twelve students, however delighted he would be from IS lea%.. S for you. "AU wine,quoted on wa<,aUoWe' l(1e '"' drD'O
Now York, May :::C-Tb.; also
presentcrop
d, to do so."The lt.uor baa IDOM quoted St eelal.rler, on large quantiUe carry eheaper
l children of parents who attended .MUsTebeau's outlook .Is such regardless of aired. Money refunded .ood* not aau..tat'w". *: Packed any mea d.-,
Wathington
weather was delightful
school In childhood what tho agricultural bureau may EUREKA: WISE LIUUOK ( OMI',1NY. :
.. -cool and bracing, neither too
.
.
m like the acreage reduction ou June 135 WEST HAY STRKET.
ALACHUA HAPPENINGS. | warm nor too cold," concluded Colonel JACKSONVILLE" FLA.
2. even' If no more than It per rent
.-. --- |Chubb, "but. of course having' lived in i
H* to justify an estimate of U>.600. j I
Interesting Budget. !; of News from That I Florida since my majority, I am entranced -
Union maximum for the next !
'Interesting Little City. crop : with the climate at all seasons
: which now commit ourselves to.
Alachua, May :V 5 -J'tr l J. W. Hi.hop and am always glad to get back hOtD ." ABSTRACT ikLtYtOPiNY ,

who has just fiiiiihed hi* course at Hal
Cleared for Action.When .
I Saved by Dynamite.
limor, arrived in the city Tuetday
night and will probably locate hern. the body ia cleared for action, Sometimes a flaming city is saved by ((11oorporat4M11 -

p Maria and Msitis Turner left today by Dr. Kliijc'* New Life Pill, you cant i dynamiting a *p*.'* that the flr. can't E. E.
_ll it by the bloom of health on the VOYLE. MGR.
cough hangs
for South Florida ou a two weeks' visit crocs. Sometimes a on so

t to their aunt, )Ir.. 1 I'. stoke cheek ; the brightness of the eye ; 'h'j I long you feel, aa if nothing but dynamite Abstract of Till and fall Information furoj bed regarding Land ta skis >

c J. O. Stork of :\lIa"ll.I on a visit to Ormue.. ot the dash and muclet would our It. 7., V. Gray of CaUhoao [ eouot,. Our manager ha lived In thla county thirty yean and a Na

hi. mother, Mrs J. M. Powell, at they buoyancy of the mind. Try ib.m. Al :: ,().., writes "My wife had a very' U thoroughly; conversant with land title,

t Mieftield House. all drug store, 26" I I aggravated cough,. which kept her

:Mr. DavU' of Miami - awake nights Two physicians could E.
friend here i I. on a visit to I Never, T. O* TaJun Cc-'x. not help pert *o sh. took Ur. King'sNew E. V a Y LE..

X *r York. Hay *-3 aator riatt, pteeuvery consumption couiths
w Mrs.. S }'. Mason hs. returned from rieldent of tt. VftaM 13tatea Ex- and cold, which eu.d her cough, gavebee FIRE ACCIDENT.Dumber BURGLARY of AND INDEMNITY IXSCRAKCE Repra,
a visit to her sister i at Jacksonville I seating a prominent Amerjt"aa and EnU.h
the sleep, and finally cum boor. eomraar.,
1'r. oomph:!y pi" eoe.'l' that I REAL STATE AND
:Mis Lrila Cato has returned from atta.m cxwtaV tO'' ..,., Strictly cinlifl cur. for bronchi* OITLOAtS..
and lajrripp. At drug stores, pric 5tVj O-ta.i3.oeville s s
High Sjvrinjr*. where she ha* been employed 'would never br-fcHa frac. by tt* Florida: x
and llCUj guaranteed.- Trial bottle . . __ _
_
a* teacher in the High School company> t f..... --- -' -- -- n _ _" ..

at that >l ta ce.
i .. . .. I THE EVERETT
rt ------ - --- ---- - --- --- -- ------- ------ {
1W.
Cato i i. back from Lake Hater HOTEL

,; when he ha* .ben at work for the &urtuiKirilla. Used In all ,

A C.I. Ky. In the capacity of agent, pans of the world for over 60 235 TV. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLonIDA.CfttraUfl
,+ K U, West has moved his family to Auefs .
Has the unqualified eadortementofthebcstphvslciaas.-
years.
LeRoy, Marion County, where h* accepted
sated., t..PJ, reiarM. .... rea.vateL.
a position with the" A 'L. as Newly turalsle ,
section foreman. A wrong nerve conic. A blood Earraa 'b.a.

a Tl>. Usptiit. rartooafft has t*, a r...i iI I **/ purifier of great power.fcS. f'S.gi* 33_ A.. SOrsr., Jropri.e'tnrQ



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DAILY SUX: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 27, 1905 if

.
--- ---___ --.----00---- : ..6


THE BLUE AND GRAY Thousands Have Kidney COMPLAINT OF ARMV&"IURSES. ; .

.. ." ' . '," ,,', .... ,. ,'.'., .. .' ., . .',' ..- '- ,,,'_, .'.,
.
'; :: ; '!' '''. <<\ Trolls and Never Suspect it. Those of Spanish War Want RecognI-
WILL BE TOGETHERIn
tion-Taft Finds an Unused Fund.
How To Find Out.
., Washington. May 26.-A* a result ol
1 ;:! h..t::: ortontut.uLi.t > \\ shuiit
w tCt" .1'1111 I.... it st.1.1 tau nt\"IIt": hour; ; the complaint of the araintiracs of f -

Observing Union Memorial Day .. .c+:ii :tent urect. I the Spanish war that th-- war department eASTORIA

r r : thni! ; i i''K\'...esun I hail l, recoiil !ht' tot. '
Here Next Tuesday. ) > ) 1 yt no 1 .1 i : "":
\.' l' unlif.ii'.liy: fot.liition JZif"
.
1 "> I unteer l1 rst'li. although coiuptctt' rec.onls $ :
/ of the kitt-i -111
STONEWALL CAMP INVITED ncyif it "t.&ils had been presen! oc the> contract .. For Infants.and Children i iIt

.., .. our liici it j is nurse. Socrctary Ta't ordered +t

8y Ltw Wallace Post. G. A. R., to Join ,: :(c.J cvt.tence'of kitincv !- : the records overhauled. ThlInqutry 1 *** The Kind You Have ti4
truuhif
It'" "" : : tou showed that t>inc", ISOj i' 7"ii;. hRS beenon "SllRU11
Them in the Solemn Observance of / '. th'.InCllth'el h' ,
\
the.111' dotvirtnien: i onkH a. a '1t

This Day,' and Together They Will ---IV in to JI.VA the* it hack c'r lotto i* reward for the capture of .1. tf.'i,on Davis. ,t . I" Always Bought .

,
Strew Flowers on the Graves. nl>'o convitiviiiv:; pr..f that lice kivlnejs Congress: offered! $ li>.",>i) reward Ad.1W 1 r' a
r 1'rcpnratiunforAt
,.l bUnKlot arc: out of order. tslmtlalr.StheFtt .:
an and all of this was ustU i-M-opt $:..'lIO.
There ft n growing spirit of brotherlylore What To Do. 'tand13e'till ;r ?
and esteem between survivors of There comfort in the kno\\le.lge w which\ year after year has been carried tintIttC5hit,' .lclaurtljot:: \.' 3t1' Bears theSignature r
often expreese.l l that Dr. Kilmer's from one account to another. Secretary I .
the great Civil War which is becoming s\\ 1111 -Runt, the great ki,lney remedy.fulfills Taft will\ ask congress to make I t I
manifestly more cordial every year. "i is.h in curiiiK rhcumatirni, "
c\er\ this sum available for honoring the ----- S - \
Soldier who fought to preserve the pain in the }back, kiilne\, liver, bladder .
Union and those who defended the and every part of the urinayIt jxissnge. memories of the volunt'< r nurses ol TomoJos< s Uigt Iii.'I\CI\l'rrul.{ :
rrfctin.ibilitv. to hold water the SnanUh-American war. '
Confederacy a cause which their concieoce ct .. \cssnrKlResi.ConlnlnsniMituTpium.Morvlune J
it, bait
of
un.l l soaUiniK pail in p-is iiiK or ) nor luxcwlKor ,
told them wail just who were effects following use of liquorMiie or The Richest Man In the World.
in many a bloody conflict where, in beer and overcomes that uupleasant ne- IM.ui c o T i c.
some instances brother fought brother cessity of lieiiix comjidleil to R o often The richest man in the world .cannot ...
duriiiir/ thelv.. IIn.* to ).:c.'t1p &uny have hi* kidney replaced nor live without .
and father was arrayed against son, times during the ntitht. The mild andtheextmorditiaryflTect them so it is important not to neglect ,...;. .,tJlJ Ji.fJNrZlI'r1'ClDN' y. .t.tit
laid down their arms at the surrender of :;\\ampRootis ..fa Seej.AarJw -
these organs.. If Foley'a Kidney:
and the brave Confederate soldier has soon rea1i1. .tI L.: It stands! the higheot .
Cure is taken the first of danger 46.t .s.-
at sign
for its wonderful cure of the most distressing ..... ..
proved himself a loyal American from Led 1 I In ,
neeil medicine the will and
disappear
c 8","". If you a symptoms .
that moment. you should lime the U-s-t. S>ld l,y ilruxgists your health will l bft restored as it .. ... :
.r-I.
Bat this fraternal and patriotic feeling ill fifty-cent and nil(' dollar sue .
strengthens and builds up tli e organsas t
toward another has been kin. You hate sample bottle and a
one may ;
nothing else will. Lear llowman, UseFor
book that tell! p
dIed more warmly each succeedingyear uliout it, l hotht\C'\1tfr aUeL 0.- Lebannon. Ky writesi "I have used \porfcrl tfdrConslipa, .

until it has reached a period bv mail. A Ulres I Foley's Kidney Cure and ink great Hon, Sour StonwChllirtrrtwwn1lirruts'omvl

when the veterans' associations on tiilmer & Co.. N pleasure- stating it cured me permanently : ( +iol\04J 'V\'fI'\h

'either side, North or Sooth East or lumtoti N. Y. When aw.n.ot of kidney disease, which
""West affiliate in the exercises commemorati" writing? mention this paper and don'ttnake would' havecoat me my life" ..-

of occasion in which any mistake, but remember the Sold by J. W. McCollum ('0. IcSin,> Sigiwdure
any name. Dr. Kiluier'a Swamp-Root, and! . .
memories of that great: conflict are the address! Binghamton :X. Y. - Q: #/ Years
One of Keeping 'Cm. Thirty l
Way
concerned. _. . .. NI':"- VO1il Ii
-- - -- -
ChtoaKO. M.i) : .- Hi-Inn Tlttywan I
the 30th instant will be
Tuesday, E Et
TWENTIETH CENTURY (. UB. \ shut and mirtantl: ) killed\ II)' hu .
Union Memorial Day. and us usual,
wife In the ftar that hc' \vmlj hl burt
the occasion will b* observed here by
Interesting Meeting, at Which Officer by oU yr l'l'ol'jT'ft'Ht) xaa his wUe
Lew Wallace I'o.t.0.: 25, U. A. K. The Were Elected. CASTO RIA
resided In the district which, since the
ceremonies will be modest, being confined I
The second annual meeting of the teamster UriKe has sect) 'n'quc'nt [%ACT COPY crR.'..m.
to the decoration of the graves of ,
fights between white wad u..aro men
Twentieth Century Club was held at ... ........ . ... tttllflf
departed heroes, both Union and Confederate v -- .ce sew -m.
the residence of Mrs. J. D. Strmgfel- Tonight when some shots were flreil
intermingled with prayer and In the stn-et near hh home Twltty "
low, :Mr. Harper the president being
probably a few remarks by members of '
another
'. the hortess for that occasion." started to kt e If race war"
the Post and Stonewall Camp. U. C. V.
objected
The sustained interest in the club had roinmenc' Ill* ir > -
The members oj Lew Wallace Post to his leaving the hoiisina>'ltiR, that '
was attested by the large attendanceat
have extended: a cordial invitation to he nilxlu l>e hurt. T\lI Itty;! Inhlstfil r
this meeting, and by the fact that
': their Confederate cumradee In the following !. '
upon going and In the gnat rep that followed
the membership roll of fifty has been
words: his wife\ shot him through till FaySholesTypewriter
kept full during: the past. year
The Invitation. brain. The woman lilt t !II. house! !' and .
After hearing interesting reports .
has not iKt-n arr nted.
"Stonewall Camp, Confederate. Veteran from most of the officers and a specially

\ Gainesville, Florida I encouraging; one from Mrs. Fouler, Growing Aches and Pains.Mr .

'I "Brothers: We respectfully and earnestly a. chairman of the library committee, *. Jo.i. Sumner, Mremond'l'ex t

request your attendance May 30th the revision of the by-laws and constitution write, April Iii, ltKi2: "I have used

|*. to take part with us iu our memorial was undertaken! in a very satisfactory ; Ballard's Snow Liniment in my familyfor A'KMJ.E11111ae: :

exercises over the graves of the old soldicrs manner after which the special three years I wouM! nut be without :

/ and comrades whose bodies ow order of business for the day, the it In the hUl..... 1 havw nerd 1 It on Tilt IIKHPMUIII.NK: .,

.. lie in our local cemetery. election of officers for the ensuing my little girl for jrowinj pain, and : ()> Till! MAKKKT

"Carriages at your disposal will be year engaged the attention of the aches in her knee. M cured! her right I HUM TaliiihitorON

( stationed on the north side of the courthouse club. away. I have also u...-d It for (n.,t Int. f
feet with It I I. *h.. Ur1IYFft'Al f TDOARD I -
square at 10:90a.: m Services at Following precedent of last year ten grid.r'cee. III ,
11 o'clock. committee elected bet liniment I ever lined" ?V OM Ev !ry rn\hint\ .;'
cemetery a balloting was and II (x1'0101 bv \\'. M Johnson J l j
"F l'HJ.t'OTT Bfl.MM, which, after careful deliberation tub-

"A I'. )MORROW mUted the 0110111 lug names, all of Claimed Rate 'is Unjust. \ r.lllht..t t"ldhhr'! '.....' Uillllilllg'! The

"I. N. I.\Ko\Ti-KH.. them uiiatiinioutly elected .
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being
Washington.: II&C.. -Tlu- loter-
Cliatnplon H|>er "Committee of Arrangements." President Mrs, C. .1. /olaloiigh ; state cotunivrcf 5, {l7.. the .Fsy-Mliolr. More ray-Hhole* /In
Camp Accepts Invitation. \loe-I'r".ltkut. Mrs. J it Gerald ; heard argument Iti the case of HIM. tu.
: Mr .' .. In alne.rllle. than, any other machine
Francis
acceptedthe Second Vice-President Cattle Hal""rr aK'M-iitton| of Texs I
Stonewall Camp promptly
invitation and .tdjutanlblcOrew Cralghi'l. 1 ; Third \-ic.-I're.ldent Mrs.Roger against/ practically .1.l of the rallrlad. j

IteeordiogSecretary. Mr*. U* running south or from Chicago '
; ; ea ,
issued the following circular: For Halo bv. . .
; Stonewall' Camp, U. C. S. Dor.-y ; Corresponding Secretary CVIH the Great Northern<< and I'nloa

"Headquarters Mrs. y. I D. Phillips ; Treasurer )1,.. Paclflc The charge .*..&lOlt the fowls S .
\ V. No. 1348/ Gainesville, l Fla."May THE SUN Gainesville Fla.
23. 19u6. W L. Hill Hoard of fir..etors-lI. Includes.. statement hat the freight ,

"Comrades : You will meet at the irdoug, Mr( Margaret Grog, )ors. rate un cattle! from the cattle 1 raising

T. P. Hay atates to the rattle market.A .
court house May 3Uth at 1OOa. m.. topartlclp.tt'
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After a brief but dignified!: and graeious "'
and assist decoration exercises
address, the. retiring president Positive Necessity.
on that day in acceptance ofthe '
invitation of Lew Wallace Post )I r.. Harper resigned her seat to Mrs.Colclough Haring to lay upon my Led for U Turpentine Operators Attention

Ho. 28. (iA K."K her successor and In her days from a severely braised leg, I ,

T. IUKKR Commander. capacity as hostess, dispensed to her only found relief ....n I used a bottle

appreciative guests delicious refreshmeats of Mallard's Hnow Liniment. I can
"JoMX' C. Mi which went much en japed.Owing cheerfully recommend It as the tet
Adjutant MeOrew requests The Santo
all members o( Stonewall to tr.. press of business even medicine for bruUr. ever sent to the The Standard] Naval Htorort Company of
urge opon
afHiated. It bas beoome
the brief literary prepared tow a positive
Camp.Confederate Veterans, to report program ). KHyrnes.
m.MIf.-lJ.
could not b.. carried out lo fall a paper necessity upon .Jack.sonvillo Florida urn now prepared to
promptly at the curt house at 10:30 << merchant, uversvllle, T... ,
the appointed hour Donations read by Mrs.I Phillip and most a.. 2Le, COa and ft Hold JfV.. M
o'clock
,' of flowers from the ladies of the Confederacy kindly received by ths. club, being all Johnson, contract with lmk'Hndent| pnxlucorn] and

will gratefully!: received. In that line ondertaleo. will Hat Savannah priccn for Honln and
The falling shades of evening mad pay ( {

Ocean Graves for 128 M.n. a motion for adjournment Imperative The CashGrocery SplritH Turj{ .;ntino ilelivonil at either ..Juck.mvillo tip

St. Serves, Ranee. May U.-Ail and with reloctant goodbye: those present

dope has practically been given up parted to meet again In session or Fornandina. Free of Htorage

tor the tbre-maMe! aaJUBa vessels early In O tober. r

., Cousin K T'tlonlst: which left thi A resume of the year's work reveals Co. in.Htirunc, c>r coimnlwtlon fiarj:) ; ? i. We are '

port :30 days agur ftt Pi',,"". Ulqu- many dl..rlnl.Dd pleasant! fealaree,
r oft the ecMUt of Newfooadlaa A spirit of perfect harmony bas prevailed alrto Irtpun.l l to make literal advanccM. In.

bad on board 12* fishermen and the ia*>..tlngs have been well ... .
incthfxlH of$h1) In tank 'y
vetfg.itu our )1Ig
t frtef prevail here motif the attended and the programs carefully
J R. EMERSON & CO.
sine men's fsmfllra, who bar fe*. carried out ,
cars-it will nave you lotn of 1110nOl'.ur
to put on taoorolni.f : Th. library feature especially has I

deepened and broadened and with .&....t. far further information apply to .

WITHOUT WATER furnished quarters .*.ur-.l, the daily '
WASHING Ianial)1.ldl M" -l C .! .
..rfie..ef a librarian ftgaged, and 8&Jl&r.OIwU.t.. IU.r. }r
'lne y1 t.t .. Wt Rta ., p..ae.f more tbaa thr.. hundred volume (la STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO.

"Itb.sI H-"*eMe.yeu l\OCk. with eottstaat donations and ad- f

DId yen ever wltk.ut.ar one t.r7Ut...op or..m dittoes, we may justly' fe! that a PQb- We hive the Choicest Goods] '

oak rt.r. u.-a. lie library for <>aia..vilie is at last. aa- on our daily Jacksonville, Fla.

U AJJ what wool yo j ay ef gored. '.' -- . . .- . .-- . ..,

It t.. t tnc.a 10 'M' I. Tfce retiriac adnUislratiosi, same ..... %I IN: \J ..... L.
-r. .. -. B&w.r tb. officers, the board of di
.t o.ooSrat! .s pni c B.
..rarewtth Irish. I"ot.ao.e. p-r peck IIc! F. JORDAN
each
t..JI\6 I. E-v..nn . rectors and the library eommitUe, re- He., White_ ISwna. p.r OQW lUaUork. rtU.Ltn&Jm ,
sat*r*rv 4e Lad ,1"Sar sntsae.e .)c" f.rtwrl.e.psl awed a rieiag vote of thanks for t .iffaitMal .. .1a4 Ilr...iag' a. ICCIBGIT or r,

tns t *t. .f lee .w $ and e..... ..t ,labors ...... hireDro.gkt Qii.c"aaeoCoca ....
.4 Hair YLz' t. .. TIE OLDEST H'
faith .eM" taagi rveolu.
e 1I.rtcI.1a U .--hI 1.-- a CaN Pee.,, 2Ae INSURANCE
n aitaclu sat anb taa ..,...eM sad the tovp4 cf newly l 11.1544" Oed.elh I CSUM TBSM t'. .... t it, *...*, 2be AMD BEfiT COB .

watQa ,.... e* tM MJr v4....*..- give gvaraau. of t*>.tia...s ........, 3 COM it oast fUetKitm ..

If tt.ratesd the WIC11_....ssd. ..etr.... 110 we taay look forward to la. .......... r..... o.MM ..... T.rveip.rweh PUID

__ W ......... ..g.tcea ..... 1M. b I. October with. ala..re ..,......... .1 ,... Coffe .
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4.'T. 'D.uiyS. :GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 27, 1905 'I

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DAILY. FLORIDA LAND DEAL. I Miami Is a huttling city and "nerJi
BJHM'"may mil" Hl miuu
thing goes" ahem it comes to business. -
itlt.c i OF LIVING
,;\ gun The recent boom in lands In this State I And the methods are up to the THE JOY

__,. has been the meant of several large times. Everything i I. done through the CAN B* FCIXT RKAUZKD WHKX YOU

Intered at for Pail: Offlce at Gainesville,Fla.. eals. A Bruns wick,Ga.,dispatch under I banks so that there is no danger of ENJOY GOOD HEALTH

t i>aeoor d-elas mall matter. date of May 24th says that a dealnvolving I germs that are said to cling to paper _.1f ...

1000.000 and 193.000acresf money or of having any that is
H. H. McCREARY.T4ltor.ad Publiaber.V laud In Liberty and Franklin counties tainted A few days ago a fellow who

W. ASHLEY.n AMftociate_. _Editor.__ ._ __. was closed by Brobtton Fend IK: A was' not saver: well known in the city, 0

JESSE E. BURTZ. City Editor.LotIS Co local real estate dealers. The pur made up his mind to skip and knowing -

,I If" hasersi are a syndicate of Chicago and9h the style of business men he had to
J. BRUMBY. UenT Traveling Agent
I, Louis capitalists.The deal with, made out number of checks

M. PREWITT. Supt. Comixmln*Room&.COFFICK closing of this deal, which has for various persons which were cashed sass
t been on for the past several, ",weeks a with pleasure.Vhen 'it was learned

:: TORTKK BLOCK. majority of those interested having that he had started on a trip it dawnedon Liver Medicine
icy W. Main Street S. TkLEfHonc 434 The Popular
: bun in Brunswick mean thn building the victim thai they had been
,
TRaIAILYbt.' ,published every morning ex- of a railroad to Apalachicola Fla., from duped and the check were' worthless.He Will Keep You WellA

apt Monday delivered by carrier in the city or 8 t. Joseph! t distance of forty miles. got about $:?rni : but the experiencewill
mailed to pArt of the Called State,portage
any
I The road will then extend northward be worth all it cost its victim.. CURE for all diseases produced by TORPID .
free forty a year; fi.s si*: montha; f t.ry: three GUARANTEED
'month*;or 30 cent for five week-r-tit-ictly 100 miles tp Quincy, and It is understood LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system

advance. that it will then head to Atlanta. Chicago! should! certainly on a with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons
go debilitate the and leave a trail
which vitiate the blood system
The purchase alto means the settlement strike when it only coats $15 to terribly HERB-
which require to obliterate
Reading notice in local column 10 ants a line of bad symptoms years !
i forfirM Insertion and j cent for each additional and building of a city_ at St. Jo beat! a man. Surely that can't be the INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral: or narcotic
iotertion. eph. The purchasers bare recently onion scale. poisons is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy at

Kate for clUjiluy advertising made known on visited the tract and inspected it thor nature. It carries oft all poison in the system and leaves no

: application. oughly. A visit was also made to Apalachicola Negroes Fire on Train. injurious effects.
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-The Twk:a-a-Wetk Sun U an eisbt.-pe.e.lort- and the capitalists were well Valdosta, Ga.. May 26.-A negro ex. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER

column paper published every Monday and pleased with the situation. While the cursion to Balnhridge Tuesday morn- REMEDIES FAILED

Thursday, and contain all the news of the deal has been practically closed for Ing resulted in the usual number of
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week, local State and general, and will be several days, nothing was given out of rown. Three unruly negroes were Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell Texas, says: I was
mailed free to of the 'bed for eight months with liver trouble the
portage any part t'uited tick in
until when ofBrobtton. off the train between
tidally today, a meeting put Whlgham
I told to
States or Canada for$1.00 year-la advance. doctor seemed to do me no good. was try
.
Fendig A Co., C. W. Hayne and Cairo on tht return, and all of Herblne, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot

r% All advertising billa become due after grit of Chicago R. 11. Heaphill of St. Louis, them tired at the train as it pulledout. recommend this wonderful medicine too highly."

appearance of advertisement, unleaa otherwise attorneys the syndicate, and others A negro woman attempted to TAKE IT NOW!
atlpulaled ia contract. ranks not known to ur from the train while it in
interested, was held at which all papers Jump was
wlll be required to pay for advertising In ad- LARGE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE GENUINE
were signed and the necessary bonus motion at Thomasviile and wa hurled
THE
vance. Addresa, DAII.Y bUN
GA.1KKSV1LLX, F1A.Becanse was put up. against a post with\ such force that it Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .

The land sold was owned by a syndicate was reported that the would would die
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of Georgia and Florida businessmen from the Injuries received.Convulsion. LOUIS. U. S. A.
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a man is always finding fault

. with others Is no indication that he is of which C. Downing presidentof
2 ; the National Bank of Brunswick
perfect .
and the F. Downing Company, is one SOLD RECOMMENDED BY .

The beautiful evenings we are having of the largest! owners "VV'. :lIl: [. JOHNSON: : Ga.ic..es-o-:1.3.1e.: :

are delightful for treklng parties on a ,

; load of straw. CLARK HOWELL'S CANDIDACY. r" """ " " ''''''

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While the Georgia farmers are having The Buffalo (N. Y) Evening: News, Fits hen ii I I i

a session at Thomatton Ga., the In paying/ tribute to Hon. Clark Howell I

Florida farmers are at home with their of Atlanta for governor: says that Epilepsy.i i If You Are Insured. ;

: crops. the only point made against the candidacy .

p _ _ _ _ of Hon Clark Howell)) of Atlanta -
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv
ii How and for the governorship of Georgia 1
very grateful Rockefeller ine has been so successful in In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
* Fi :Morgan would feel if they only knew II In itself a compliment of the finest these i# Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company i

If' of existence of some of the papers kl/ld. namely that he should be saved curing brain-wrecking Pays Losses Promptly \
diseases that there is
that are trying to vindicate them. for' the Democratic national, ticket in every .4 4 t
to believe that the
reason even
,908 as the candidate of that party for
most hopeless cases can be You Are AssuredThat \
the Vice-Presidency. But even for
(
; It will be a relief when Nan raUer10n'l benefited if not fully restored. t
that excellent purpose Mr. Howell as
name Is changed from the editorial We will be pleased to refer
, column to the "amusements"one governor of Georgia in that year would thus afflicted to no serious lots can overcome you without you have some \
ring a higher credential to the country any one many 0 refuse.
week only with matinees dally who now enjoy the blessing of
at large than he would at Speakerof
health after of 0
The State Bankers' Association of the popular branch of the L ai.la- years hopeless

Ohio will probably be held at Columbus lure or even as editor of one of the suffering"I have a son that had brnln fever ) Fire Life Accident and Health Insnrance.

i ,; as a majority of the bankers of. most influential newspapers in the when two years old. followed toy fits of ,
the worst type and he was pronounced
hurt of the South. > I
the State are now detained In that Incurable. 1 spent hundreds of dollars a None bqt Reliable Companies Represented.A. .
Mr. Howell' entrance upon the for him. without rrlltf. After about
city. _ _ __ .. .
fifteen years h b mme po bnd that wa"
_. =.:, scene of national politics can be delayed i
li ------- sent him to Lonnclift: hu"'pital for the o
The South furnishes Insane at ;>ort. lud. He was
; The Presbyterian Church Still lingers no longer there nenrly tree yenm but h.. tontinned /
, away from the question of federation the great body of voles and of brains to grow worse, no we brought :M- CUSHM..A.N: ,
; him home July SO 1902. In an awful
1 but the gallant toldlera of the blue and In the Democratic party, and that sec condition lie had lost lila mind nlmort Information )) furnished. !
cheerfully! GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
entirely lie! luirdly knew of the
One
tion ha. been restless for
> gray are now joined in the mbra-'e of years over family; roulil not even find his bpd;
universal brotherhood. being called upon to furnish the army walt a total wr-rk. lie had from 5 to
10 flM R oSv, We -'fruriced. to try I" " "" ,
_.. for Northern Democrats to officer after Dr. Mllm* Nrr\lno. and before the fir ft
--- their selfish irrational fathiou. Its bottle! "n" u-.'d., w.t City politics In IVnsacola s *em toJ"t. or for the bolt' r. We! have Kln It to
The demand fur representation on the national him ever air., e, end he has had but EBTbBLIBHWD: iaeo.
warmer every day. sole oh.feet two very light -prlln fine" last August
of one faction seems<< to be to geta ticket cannot be denied in the I'j03.: and th.'n. fi.. walt not w"ll cthvrVH
.
>' \v<> pr p"lounce hlm-uriil. iia he
next convention and It Is for the good H.F.DUTTON&CO.Sea
Shine on. Years ago It was no cnn work and t n Rny"h.'ri> If any one
' trouble but of this nation at well. of the pasty wishes" t now4Il'an't .
"ginger"enough .
get this tl+r r o Ht lllNMt. I d.l IIn,"
that a nun like Mr. Howell bti brought .:. II NNIJLL.. I
m-'oln. ln-1.
.. ._.__ .__ ----DEALERS IN----
.-...-- - -- -.- forward for popular support li. Dr. Mile*' Nervln. I It old by your .I

Judging from the political announcement party[ I is not likely to win the election first drugqltt., bottle whO will will bene'lt.guarantee If It tint falls,the he Islao..d OattaD.

r'' In Tim Dally bun and :Metropolis DUI it it far butler for it to suffer will refund youf money. .

both papers have enough palil another defeat in a conIIlot over principles Miles Medical Co., Elkliart Ind

matter to keep thi-m until after election than to stagger along to disaster _..- u. ._. _ I Sea Island Cotton Seeil Bagging and Twine. Walrus

without publishing any news under burdens of radicalism wholly I Leather in Strips or Sides.
whatever Foreign to the spirit of a conservative I
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--_ ---- -- Democracy-. --- --- FOLEY'SHONEYAMDTAR II I Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
Judge .'. II. Carter who resigned his
position on the Supreme Court twitch Deafness Cannot be Curedby I Sea Island Cotton Gin and Supplies for Same.

has been appointed tn succeed Judge local, application, as they cannot I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA USA
Charles II, arkhlll In the 10'1Ju reach the diseased portion of the ,
ear. !
. _____ n. ____ __ _______ __ __
a dlclal Circuit, Judge Tarkhill going tithe There it only' one way to cure deafness, 1

,: Supreme lx-ncli. and that it bj constitutional remedies.IVafnrtt I Ill M. GBAHAK President II. E. TAYLOR, Cashier
. .- The original : Oao. W. HTDB.[ Viee.President Las
it caused by an inflamed conditkm GRAHAM Asst. Cashier

A Savannah street car was blown uf the mucous lining of the LAXATIVE cough remedy.

,. two miler the other day by the wind huttachian Tub.. When this tub itintianird The genuineVOLErs { THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
If .It had been stock In thti road i It you have a rambling sound oriniirfrct

would not have been very strange; but hearing, and when it it entirely HONEY and TAR. la 1

how they can iullsttt cars to male doted. iiraur it the 'result a Yeilletw package. Refuse tohtUtoUa : OF AINEB"PTLLEw: :

them su airy is a mj'try.. and iiulrtt the ,Inttaimnatiou can betaken Preparexj only bye :

y -- - out and thin tutu restored lit *.l.y A. Ompanjr. Chlo... ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA COCapital

A law providing a whipping post for normal oouUilioii. hearing will lx detrojrd I Kwrr\ b; J. "'. MHVIIum A t..,

wilt boaters has jut gone Into eRect In forever; ulna ca.... out of ten .$50,00000

Oregon The whlj plug poet has been are>cau.etl) by catarrh, which it nothing
b'l.tI intlanird cundilion of the MEMANDWOMEM.t Surplus and Undivided
mu- Profits. 00
opposed In many l localities asadegrad runs iiirfaeve.W t'x Pit Wf..r .n.f>rl . 30,000
fag punishment. Hut there Is no >uUhmeitt -I. t..Mr. der a.rM.1.e..IM.., Does: sic I..hel; a .
| offer One Hundred Dollars Ke.ward a.r..,_.. irrtf.t.oa. .r tr.r.t.... Dackq bu.lae.a. wi",rsetl tin equal ao oar bank t. %b. 8\8" So11CIeII.
that can degrade the man for any cat of deafness caused by w .w .f . .. tr.e tr.. .eocy 0' rlU'1llera. ereaau.C rpore. t Oll8.eM laMrea aao...
by
ti etal
who would beat his lawful wife. Catarrh that cannot be cured by llall't\ ,. 'gfru161asstd. r.t a .,,. ..ae arrMxeneet AU bnOoeaa trsBaa.t 4 promptly
_.. Catarrh Cur. Wnt aa.Id b, Dr.nW6 H. E. TAYLOR. OuhJer.
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----- - K J. CtiKABY .\ Co T \Irdo. O.8old r. .. s, +. ptsts wrsn+r.tYn .
The Key West "".11'Ion of the bv druggists, 75o Ea1&b11.lIh&

Florida, East: Coast Railway is a sum lake Hall's Family IV' '. for c >n upatiun. te, war es re at.rocuacoasoocrc.roco d 187B t

thing Th. survey has ben mad and ._ {

work begun The min at the head of :aFDU-TTO & OO. ,:.
The eocoannt palms trout IVm! !reach : ;
I
understand What
/ the enterprise" I it
down to Cap Sable damaged by tie
needed, and there will bo no stoppingnow
January frost ate patting at a c: 'w ,
until the Island City I U reached.
growth of frond sad will scan b* r :a A
J<
stored lo their former attractiveoe. I -.'....rtr're'1tt EBB.ta
The National Good Roads Convention , ..... ..,. f'. al. .. -4 .
M- coUhTlllta
to be held ai Portland. 'N .
Oregon .
and alike -d. .. ....M. It. J L, .. a....,.I..all2c bast...... buy sad..0 rw. lad .... ..
June :23rd 54th, eitHxtiion '" N ".. n. -aM of banks. .... Dom.&Ie b. .
.re. > _____
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J farmra,
wrwst.-.Mf 1./t" 1''T r r.e.t..d as,..--.."-- a..reaaaM aad.N.n j jWe
building will b- of Interest to the ado > .r..rt a( J.', '. Si&l f.ent1.- .fe aMla..ou.oea us W
L Y vats" Cited: th.,_
/ aies of good road throughout the nsixm; All ELSE FAILS .u taw ww.. tact.. s... art oeW.I"'GTO' -

country, and It is expe 'foCl to have e....Cfae1 Srrae "" .-. 1- '. D o.r .

i several automobiles there that !rave Usual. .. "*'4ttd Ya: ;&., G.A..IN"ES-V-cr..LE.. FLORID A

.i' made the rip from New York to the __... u_ _____ "_

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLOmDA. MAt 27, 1905 ti
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PROCEEDINGS OF IEI I Harris. Humphries, S,'wlan Scott, i11ius1iek Piao6S: {

Stockton and 'e.t-l. '

THE LEGISLATURE Before the vote wa! announced Senator MIS5 N. NORTON.II 1

Sam,. who had voted no, changed I

nn!!! vote to yea slitting that he Intended OTE1 FOR SWEETNESS LSD PURITY .
Buckman Educational Cause;I to vote for the Kuokmmi bill and
I NOTIONS OF TONE POWERUCK1IULITY. LSD 'i
Much Debating. against all am..odm.'nlt.lHlt he wanted

I I to give the friends of the substitute\ '

I : a fair chance. .VNDXOVKLTIES. -
PRESIDENT TRAMMELL'S STAND I \
And the Senate adjourned. (l i.
lien piano for this trTtou cUoat. staMU ta
.
Causes in of the De In the House.
a Delay Passage
ks /unelonesrthan othern. c' 'ntruol'4 ., '
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structive Measure-The Fight for the Tallahassee, M.ltJ: ) -In the House u."r t.. best (..'lerlal. and mast *rtlU4workmnoaolp '
yesterday the Governor' invitation to otoUJa.ble. .. ;'
Schools Almost Hopeless' -Gover, .
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Cl toOitt. o .ry
+ tea was accepted ; several minor bills MRS. J. AMMONS: : y
nor's Mansion Bill Passed. detail sod Unequaled. -
+ were tabled and several curried over, .

Tallahassee, May 26.-The Senate l"J4 ; t w4L.t. The money lender' bill. of Mr,
I Sold by aa continuously for
was the center of the war zone yes .' :\very wa defeated by a tote of 31 t
to 22.: (UI .:'.ii.i.KN: )'..t'tlllTERESllllT. :
terday.A t i.i OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
telegram was read by the secretary s 1 The Senate joint resolution in regard .

from V. H. Gwinn recently employedat I, to drainage, of swamp lauds wa.I'a..d. : without a single tailor. If von (
want a piano for a Ht.tltne'sservice
the insane asylum, who desired au SO I to IThe buy the
,
investigation The matter was tem I bill for the propo..>d county of Alachua Pool Parlors h

porarily passed. I i Hlnxham, introduced hy t enator Neelin Tvl a tli.istie In T

Mr. Sistrunk's House bill relating$ to I II the Senate, was i indefinitely postponed t.'. UNITS Proprietor.
II I41Cee .. low.. u eo wl"' .a% wise qvalltrC q,
wide tires on vehicles used to haul I ..h or 011 easy ,era< Seal oa IS.'r.' ,
heavy loads on paved and unpaved MISS: I The Senate bill relative to defining trikl w* par 'reilrbL Write

roads was unanimously passed vest j school year etc., was 'a.'d. for t>rlo.,. TODAY.
MILDRED ,| The House bill, concurred in by theSenate Located in the Porter lllock south
On motion of Senator Raney duplicate
Three nrlt I... tables
side -
? square.
volumes of books of the Supreme KELLER. i relative to the C lovrrnur'i.mansion I II Good lights, and prompt and courteous &

Court library were ordered placed on i | with Senate amendment "'at'' service. The public Ilt'oordlal1ln1'UNI Ludden Bates'

RESTORED TO HEALTH. < agreed..: to. which send the bill to the I and always welcome

sale.The substitute offered by the Senate THANKS TO P-RU-N& Governor for his signature !

committee on appropriations regardingthe I I The bill to protect people from auto MAX KUMISS Southern Music House, L. '

Governor' mansion was taken up Friends Were Alarmed- mobile racing was pa'.rd. SAVANNAH, GA..

and read at length and adopted without Advised Change of Climate. The Senate bill relime: the care Representing

debate. On motion of Senator Harris of convicts and convict camp ass JOHN 0, MURPHY Mgr
it was advanced toils third reading. Ml** Mildred Keller7 flH 1.1th street, pawed. E. A. 'V ElL & co., :.:rr;: EHTAHL1MUCU 1870 l
N. \\\, Washington, A. t'., writes
Roll was called and it was passed, 15 "I can safely recommend IVruna for The Senate message was read con WHOLESALE SHOES GAITHER a BRYAN State Ag'ts,
veying the favorable action of that
to 12. catarrh. I had It for year and It would TAHI'A FLOKIIU.i .
The bill to carry into effect! the concurrent respond to no kind of treatment, or If It body regarding the revision of the Of All Description t'

resolution of the Senate and did it was only temporary, and on the statutes, and it passed the House 40 ,. R

House to revise and consolidate the sllghtestprovoc.tlunlbn trouble! would to 2.

statutes was passed unanimously.A come liack. Mr. Paul's bill relating to cruelty to Sole Agents for MftNAItt andSOVKHEUJ.N : -

House bill to assess lands to be "/ was In such state that my animals was ordered engrossed for DUALITY Shoes Every DaytonaB.
friends were farmed about me. and I third reading.Mr. .
benefited by drainage was also passed
was advised to leave this climate. pair warranted.J. .
The Senate adjourned until 3 Wells called up the Senate bill I
r. p m. Then I tried Peruna, and to my greatjoy '
and on reconvening several. bills were found It helped me from the tint to provide for the' R\-, of a pension, tax . Manasso. Agent ,x

passed, including that of President dose I took and m few bottle curedme. I for each of the years HtA/ and IbOt, and I i s .a ch
.
..' Trammel), providing that corporationsdoing to provide for the payment of pensions,
.t It built up my constitution, I regained Stockholders Milt. ."
which was read the second time anllorder"d
.' an express business shall pay my appetite, and 1 feel that Iam1rfectlywelt New York, May ::G.--"urtrf'a stockholders - ---

.' claims for a lots or damage to any shipment and strong! "-Mildred engrossed: Tins bill author- of the Merchants Trunl' runt
'\ received. within a certain time Keller: lies the levy of a State tax of four "Kennice"Will
pang, which was closed! Tuesday by the The
I and shall pay interest on said claim at We bare on file many thousand watt mills for pensions. state bunking department hnvn h,-l.l ameeting

,,' the rate of 25! percent per annum. aontal take the ahove. \Ve can jive Hep. Melton introduced what he at which It wan resolved to arroamiwUle, parties far lighthoaoekeeflair

Also Senator McCreary's bill (in regard our renders only slight srltmpev of the termed "all that is left uf my chart..rbill. organize a p".If'f'ht'I committee I Tho..
vast arrAY of unsolicited endorse raeauOr. hoard with..
our reins
to refunding! unespired portion of llarunan U receiving which caused the House to a.l. I. tVltner, vice! prmldvur of hot company For rates apply '. ,b

|icense tax ; bill to allow Jacksonvilleto journ. _. ___ preside. In dlsrunslnt; the tmtcompany's
( donate to hospitals ; to authorize all -- - - ('nll"I'( '"''. Mr. Keltner declared . C. A. KUNNUV. Cloodall. !la.
and five from Fast Florida Warning
citizens one
insurance companies organized under r>Kitrdlng Its loan on tip-ntnli
one from West Florida, one from You cannot have good: health unless
: Traction company collateral! that It
? Florida their
| the law. of to conduct iAn
NOTICW Or :1r.lrraUN.: .
Central! Florida, one from South Florida your kidneys are sound fur the kidney "
'business in thin Slate the was .hlll" a race of a debtor b.vlllC rM{
upon payment ultMllitn will !>. belli. In she WIU.lonlH
and one from Southwest Florida filter the blood of Impurities which "
errdltcir the tbal.
a by .
.
of the same license taxes as are <>lH>ol IH trlfll tin MomUr"Ju b.I..MI.toe lit*
The measure further provides that this otherwise act as irritating poisons andbreak IIUHMM* ..l Imposed upon insurance! companies organized hull !>. erected at'.elslaa.ebu.r "
board shall manage the several State down the delicate organ of the Entire Village Swept Away iiutrlol, tut lh. .l..oil.. of three irualvMth
under the laws of other Htatesor I .t.lttr, ..... fur She ..uriN Mi Dr d.i.rmloliMrHi
educational institutions now existing, and serious trouble. If
foreign countries. body cause you AltiiKiut-rque. N. M.. Slay :20.: ) ThHlo r.l. uf mttlvM. l<* IM .*MMIMH| AiMt .i.ll..'. 1
and shall report to the nest Legislature I I have kidney or bladder trouble and do (Grande now almost a iultt/ w|1"le. nl tbfroln lor the belt muoornllnt two *.... I.ther.afl.r. I.
The hour for the Buckman bill was 1..1..11I sawn .> su'.he.b50.1.
a proposition looking to the not use Foley'. Kidney Cure, you will la Dotting through the tnlildU of theiillaau i else. .1 ....._, 'rb. ,..11...."" eem.l ''. --
the signal for the tattle abolishment consolidation of the j have blame n.... t,.n KiHilni.... 1_........,. ..f emit .lotlm r
or only yourself to for result uf Turn. 20 r tulle smith
u'l ,... t
Senator Harris moved that the committee II I. lt.o J A TbumiM, I) M.
Mate schools In other provisions the *, as it positively cures all form. of Albuquerque" while the Cnn lnhaliiuni Hlu. .tit.r. w"l J.t Tti...".. ..ol.fk. .
f substitute bill be! read the! second Its ......i lOr Ihrnrtt 0' fiil-Hrt InmruaUoo Ibis I
bill Is very similar to the Hnckmaiiproposition. kidney and bladder disease. Hold byJ |I.f the .11141.{ ar> camping' un the hills the aids, of May. A. It IM*
time'by its title only, but to this
t \V. McCollurn A C.J. and watching their home bring' wept It It WrRKM: : '',
and the I I'h ni. Itrt IUD lu.1 B.
Senator McCreary objected I The amount of the appropriation in away 'l he entire property" of the .vllIscvrs "n..., J I. K If.rI.v s.,, and ,..ui>l,

motion wa withdrawn.It this bill is ua .UO. against tl&o.uw Station Uelng: Repaired. la )'.>.l, *i
had been rumored throughout the provided for in the committee bill. J.'H. Winter foreman of the carpenter Other >lll.e.-. are< thr.-alrll.. NiYrIOnOP'r:1..Y.O"nUN.
day that it was the purpose of the opponents u ,-. _____. An .......... will be .....1 tn She N......, ,
In moving the adoption of the substitute ! and paint "gangs"! of the Seaboard l"+esa.d "."",/ Ita N.I..,.Juno e.1'....r&ll' the ,
of the measure, finding: themselves President Tr.mmelllneludrd the Air Llue Hallway I making ei- Rc.lv.r Is Appointed.leldfrld a"- tI' ".larminJ.e wh.lher. 0" nut east .
In the minority, to filibuster dleerleS .hsi1 1.. a.1e .let. tea .ebt.g .,
possibly printing of the substitute! and that Itbe tensive" Improvements In lh. |>a.*enger ( Ncv. Ma y : some stories going so f.r.* to I, ,,,.,....... .... for In. i>ufi ''"_ of ...,.,..'.1"...
made a Special order for 3 o'clock station here. The building will In field has been a|>|Hiint.-d rr<< "I'.r| of ".. rate nmute... |Mth s.. .........- ,
Indicate that the ofpo ition proposed I tomorrow afternoon. thoroughly overhauled. and repainted I the O'ltiini-ld tank A Ttunt rrurpary| W Ibere/n/ foe ..*il ....>ttr rtim two peer.Ik.r..It.r. .
.
I'wllo *Ut 1-"i e .l .. nkwli sail
close of the
+ keeping up the fight to the There was considerable debating on which will add materially to Its appearanje i Ills bond baa IMU i>limtat 12 ,,'IM), i.... T*. fulluwinir. n..m.iil'.r..'HMh
... bras .dniMl. looiwouw of al.! ..
session i Mfcl
the question and when put to a 'ot.l It and I J. II. IkMil cashier of th- bank fur ll.r*: 'M M. Iba1.S' UMr.J. T, 11I.1..1.1, r
The bill was read and then the title stood cumfurtt. whom .a warrant ban U...n l loped, h.. I, who tt Kbwxt. MoUrM
wasjlisteued to. I It, ....... til lfc..rt of IMbll ts.trtMtl'" IkHI .
only Yeas-Mr. President and Messrs. AI. lIra prated I I* Itnrton, who U ho. .l dot of Mol' A IJ I** t4
President Trammel) being' on the ford. Hallt'1.;Clark Crane, Grill Hudson HER SINFUL LIFE. under am-*! In !M.n KruncUco. |Insists I N M Wr.' KM', y
fh n. '10'. '-b. ,..., ..
+ floor, introduced a substitute' bill. Lee McCreary.) Massev Neel, IUn that the l batik v<<:-u'it-: .. are ample to All.(. J, I. KrlJ.HV M.., bad"' lit.."t,

This substitute bill provides for a "y. Mtms, Wadsworlh Wilson and -. -- protect II.MIII.:

board Decontrol of nine including the Zlm-lJ. She Neglected Ailments Which 'w
THE SUN
Governor |and his executive officers, ; S.J.-J.. Adams, Itaskin Cal Seemed Trivial, and Became a Bedridden .

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Invalid- Burden to Herself JOB PRINTING r

Y and Her Friends. For lofanta and Clxlldrto.Tbi .

Kind You Hare Always Bought I DEPARTMENT ;

Marvelous' Power of Q. F. P. '' Makes A Specialty of All Kinds

Hats Hats !( Hats Hats - lllgnatstz.Diane the ofDrowned of Plain and Fancy

Mrs. Mary nti-Ca.,.., rho.. wotk I
for women ba. mad. her name famous

, throughout America MSt : Whilen an Ou""o- :
which havemaile(1 "Th woman who n.(Uete femal CommercialJob
]letter
Read the following we roubles of any kind! sacs atain.t
to hundreds of Gainesville IndieH and and man Wb.o I was younger 1 wae I of IbUatla, a. rn trU>y i at the

which is reproduced here ]legit !-oilme may have a victim of prolst.u atd ovarian I i work of tb. ('.11.) ... Wla4Vfltl cow
trouble, aDd U* au.. 1 WM; Mhamwdtoeall aay., was drowned ,la t'ua rivet tten *- Printing
been overlooked on our mailing lh-t: a doctor l 1.1 mature mn from I
fkt.,'. aad fJ.'lIn. |II.| sal u
b4 to worse until I wa a --,rUldvn'\
OI
Pus. Mnt'r : I i war oa .. outlaa1 and their toot over.
.. We lK to aDUOOUt' that we bare arranged with the Nw YorkMillinery "I shed called a d'tor. and all In '.I earned la tvi!
: Co. to giv: a grand display of high Art Millinery on Sat. the world h.. d W for rrx was U UU IB* 'I Lady baa aot been 1_' io rt a tout of (. y. y. (OcrstU's'
urd.J. May 27th. This line mbrse..i all the very latest (creations Femal .'aD.-. i 41 IfaJI wa* r* **'r..t b. was .aexelr Men

Headvcar. ranging in .variety from the most iraetleal to elaborate "Il cured m.. In a. Mar 1 fi| a.w I pikes sad It wa (/'''. tlni. UefurnOov. 6. ,

t designs for aJ,... f jnetions.Several life and strength. and In a fortalghl Iwas warn r.s.wfated.
.. a..ll 1 ....... ." . Manufactories Etc
!: i handr..J French I'.u.o list andsonty.t| !I. fir nice ae am |!I --- -
O.i F P /ll.ntta') Female I>...- ,
>*a) ;
clever
I. :
Shirt Want wear will t* on .lbibhloD..nd ererytbleg list ,. Mag. ie (
a.trketly v.g.i.b remedy of |
Blanks
I In 1I..d".ar.1> We t shown hr 01 tie atxe dsy Now Ira order to velows power fog it. cur of. f.'lD.r'l May M -CharUa. U. flaaie, Legal on Sbort Notice

Introduce this ,>B* "f H',h Art Millinery .. silt!& sell yo" on tb. dleordvre each a. l..u orri>>>... roUpso +I> Ctn'."' '' of U>. l'aeama caaal son,

above day any Hi >n this grand display at \\WtLKAKLt: t'KICKi. (f.Iliac of tb. ."fD.), tyorlsn I of Jots r Watt.***'* "bid) engineers Of TN following Jellr (mm on. of our x '

A cordial in\ tatiik n *ttod "4 yw to attend this saJ. and a ran ficolil reacts.,m and.nsiroe p.ia'( ">o .upj.rpeied dlf.j I tA. canal. arrived trre uMf on tJta mall order *r
treat i I. proroi.-d ia the way of a Ktfb Art MiUinry di.plsy aad It .U the oe.| '-...ialMd remedy steamer M..(vraa+rs from ?<.w Yarn Cory
.
I.
UvllJ*, Ky Feb. r. I"*A.If .
Jour choice given" al nhoUeal prle.. on tomorrow Miardsy May which le sold a 4., an Irow-eUd I: u4 ata/t4 for .uca at ewlcs. If U. r.ary.Oaln .
MMr..y.t..ek gu+.raot' ... Kay a Uxtl. : ..vlIU, Vim. 4j
2tb.: the stove day. .. frvsn ih. a.,*.. lr :(*(-*. L:.. U Utt > Cytt 7a1fr l> ar Ass Ke .ifd the prinllnttmaiur
foryoor on > i
yon: .D a J n tt fe pre.ese. last lid "CHI .. If "'. Baby s
drop can ao .HJ.
t. duo ad adi that
Yo r. to ""e.l'HlfJoR lime, a say
at. EBOS New York Racket, lineal say yon Ear. nf been be-a.. |U eor. and we* tKat old asxl w.IV- ll is "rfe tly ... .'....iory. I Ilk. ih.

U saaooeeie that w* t have: used take l.. empty bottle to i*>. out tr<*4 rsn* S.-\\. also take great j>Ua ar .ho soldO. Y.1' t. |" aw fc. will G"
eQnd P the ..rVI .' of Mie I")rothy Bond. one of Heir Vorf.Thscl.cj mr.tfamooi ,...ra fan money If, lag (Syrup for ..,tW,.. tfti> .... it Jour prompt attention Your truly la dtllac, order.

mUIaD") ". -bQl will t with jj 1Y fSLY.al. totnonew. 1 11 yoerdruggis euaat Wpply I yeiss soother Ute ."114. t Q,.... tk. C.. M, )I,... M. (). Cov.".,. ,
tist.rday. 31sy 7' \b, :U.LE J A T : ; sad dlre t la a* sad we will sb/p pre allay* aU Para. caraa -1avf .o4t. sad UU s
Ekl OD r...ttur t>rM.. Tk. U.rslU beet r.sBo4ff: fJierrboasv. 1'.... __ 11t.ad orders. W THE dU$. r ,.
(.. C.. n.6OO. T..... ty-flv. ..... a :.. (Mlo..v111..1f1a.
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Y THE'DAILY' SUN: GAIKESVILLE. FLORIDA, MAY 27, 190fi
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NEWS FROM' ALL


PARTS OF FLORIDA .



Brief Happenings From Various

iii:; Sections of State. "


i t.' THE MOST Mark :

,J* Transpiring in "The J :Dger

L Things "Boiled

Busy Reader-
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All Classes. Mark- -,

k Dunnellon beat
s Tuesday by the .

Candler peach ;
gin shipping In
.
It Is now asserted
from Live Oak to l<' !

ire, thing.
Some of the Mi'W
..
the East Coast have
could get them to

The Sunday
opened at White ;

crowds visit that from the time
-fingered
week.
t Bradentown's : you get them in a paper bag

& real estate dealers J and Wafers baked by the
4 at present looking;
; buyers. : and packed in a pack-

The St. Augustine : q flavor, delicious freshness
4' chlte having ,
of I the legal Mil YOU hate '

no legal right to : : question once and for all, try a
The peach and
traotlng the delights mentioned below: .
the counties south
mind for help to
: creasing

c The Starke Thin Graham
log to organize a :
EV V1 Ocala, Gainesville Crackers

Feroandlna, St.
So different from the ordinary
and Live Oak. light, dessert bis Graham Crackers
George Apper and satisfying. eat different in in. b.kinj-differ.
t' fined $25 for .... something out of -packing rlaC-IDOr.More palatablemore
:
man, but no notice If you really nutritious Made of the
negro haokman ... << that's partic purest baked Graham in a manner flour that and
v ,try a package. only the National Biscuit
rive In the city on Company Dowe.
A colored man
enraged: at the
i rob his chicken
There are some by the In-er-seal Trade Mark

yn lated to exelte the end of
a package whenever
,
i ; pie of color.A .

trucker << Biscuit Crackers and Wafers. ...
'
",watermelons Into
r and in less time I
his wagon looked I
COMPANY
the midst of a."f
was sold at once.

,' Two, gentlemen I
Into the melon
n was a failure ,
$1,000 they got
the field It was I ,
41-: cost but they '
The negro G. S. MERCHANT & GO.

t the woods near
county, In a I II I Retailers and Jobbers In

Anthony under
X'"= ner. The doctor II I

,' wood pieces from fT her h Staple and Fancy Groceries,

The! Seaboard Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers. !
put Into service
1" and Tampa, SOUTH BIDE SQUARE i t a GAINESVILLE. FLORID

1 tihuled day Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prudaev
These cars all :I
room and are as l
possible to ,,'. t..(:,wnp'.wtR.voek of flay Con| Oat.. Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal ,
and Rye.V. handle only the VERY BEST good. at the LOW
f After eluding I I :. I I. hHT; PRICES, and guarantee satisfaction always. {
, '' drew Jackson, I ____ 1.1'DR. '
i his wife at St. DUBJNESe: CARDS J. H. ALDERMAN t
her head from : / ....... .... ,1..1
was ideuttUVd at > D'': DkVECE. MORRIS: DENT IS'!'. j
I"' Sheriff 1'erry & SaceeaaortoSeUrler AldermaaJOTer 1

{. Jackson wa arr. . .DENTIST. . 9 b
,, uty Sheriff J. .: : : --- Dutton A Cot Bank. Q&bae..IT .
He \ !
county : SpoelaJ attention to Crown and Urldce wort., .
and said he : i'T.-, over Mtrcat! Eodel'a AU work guar I'hoa.lo-a 'v1
t aliases sine the t eon. '. Mead .
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left Florida : Iii DR. OORDON B. TISON. : t.
fered for him. | ) for J.A.. CAKLLSI.K.: DENTIST. '

-. --- .- _. -_. : .\T1'OnSAT LAW tY
Ors4a.... 1laI\J_CoUere Dental 811nen'rt. '.
: .. And Solicitor in Equity .. rears'expert n ta New, Turk City. t
; 1 Crows.Brklce work and nuiaaSpweUlUeav
i. .I Iral! }oatatt': Conveyancing and Gea- At4U WOmK OOAaaCTIOffl '"
f, ,
: ; ,'ral I'racucr, All business promptly .la Um r Law, ;Laekaag.. roatervtria.
/ .
attended to Office next door to Sun 1'1.6.
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!"i,. ItAixsaviLLK, FLORIDA. '1
: THE WEST END A
Ft.lWIS: [U BAYER,
FINE WINES. LIQUORS CIGARS
v
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:
; : : ATTORNEY AT LAW JOHN UEXZirS, Proprietor.SISU1 .
{ '' %ta 1a. FLOaIDa, W. Bar.'-. ___.n..na.
I ,,: : y -
i t-. ;$
C'sn sell Faust bfoer.bottle and draaght. Don't
: your city property (im- k
fall to eall when In
proud oa me Jacksonville
and unimproved), phosphate.
tru IDIt and farming Ucds. Send him
'.. : .. a !lilt of what you offer for.. .. 3142n.
W. H. SIBLEY
F' ,M Is W ,
ry \V. K. BAKEU.ATTO PHYSICIAN AND 8DROEON.Offl .
r tltsbe.t.... .
.a ).. e' 'M ,...'" RNEYXTLAW, -
bI..a.a. 'M of M4 air m.4Maed. .
'-u..It AI:"' . SOLICITOR IS CJU CERY. rsoor biai aaa.l.etet..l -
: & . tawat.eal well cc ...d -.doe
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wbh a.Nledw Is tae _..... at dtaa..ar k'
at tM Sot, ; waeIever_&.eN t.4.ome. ..-...- + ,
Advertise in Tho Sun.I R.. T. MTU1FER, lr* riH.r ikepi..eBakery II'O.I.lLL&: AlacKoa Co.. FLJ. la Porter Bl**. IW E.Rata Bt.N.GA1 .
a Phew 11.\ i
1Pt Office la Edsl Block. ''11-tLL=, Fl.OUDA. ,
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA MAY7,1H05! ,3i .

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SECOND RURAL ROUTETO SE..A. E a ..A. :R, ::0 SOUTHERN RAILWAY..


Air Line Effective April 10, 1905.
BEJSTABLISHEO Railway ="-._ ___._ -_ __' _.__ _. .. __u .

FOR. 2 VeMlli.il, lrulu.. Est: >... II >o.W: North and Went. So. 18Lr a t
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Will Accommodate Residents of J" ksnn l., >..>::Ry V :'MA- 7: Aftp I I.\ Jacksonville,-Fla.Sit. : $o. R,. 7.46p .

Southwest Section of County.BIG Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Lr Jesup Ky 1154 J 1O 40p Lv Jesilp tia. . So. It). JO alp
Savannah ";)o. Uy 1 3Op I 12: I5* Ar Macon"' OaKy H<>. R,. 8 00&
ArCulumhia >;" tl Mp 6U\r.\tIAD.OA.' ( &J.n.1I2O&
THING FOR TRUCKERS Pines, Raleigh Richmond Wash- Ar CharlotteArtreen "., Ky luittp fl6.\"I.\rNom.Oa I So. Ry. 7 80*
,.r. -n I Ky; UM 1)51piArDalton: I (ia So. It,. a mSo.
Dsnvitle '" Ky'u%* :J 1 I0p | Ar Chattanooga. Tenn ,. 045
Baltimore
Enables Them Philadelphia
Receive.
to ington
Quotations Richmond ".HV'lt:4li"lJ'rL.III; : ; ton. Ky Q A l). b 20p ;
Daily-Necessary Signatures Have (1tnt"lnftnti..O tj .t O. 7 40ft
Ar LTnohduru t'o. Ky 4 I 171\ 4 ::,q" .1 l
Been Received, and Postmaster Ar- New York.Thl'l Ar Charlott-'nville :?v>. I Ky II! ut tl lop I." lJII'Cllln.\ O. Itig! i:oust H40p'
Ar Washinstoii.. S-o. Ky Ii t:.. t> tdii Ar \ Hup Four 1.10Ta !
now Will Recommend Route at Once. Ar llaltlm"reAr 1' I, t K. II 1 ;\.1\ \II Wp: l.v ( iitclniiatl' !, O Line. S85p
The of rural free \,'. I'h'del'm) !' k I Kli ;. I ". ,I'r ('hl"lIltn. Ill P* Line 7 10* rF'
system mail delivery Trains
Elegant Daily.Seaboard .
which was established in this ArNew V.irk_. ._ I 1'.1 1 1: 4. Up o ::1111\ I I.\ t'inciiinMl U. IFA D. S4dp '

county a little less! than two weeks ago No.: 31-"Nnn. York and I I riorula, l-\- Xrt'hlcngo., 111.. .- MononO" .? ?.-.JaU -
Florida Limited. i'liiciniiaii, O lt 1 A7 D'. 46plUxjni
has such Ph'. hail! I'nlltiiHii l>r,,',ir\f t Km proved a flittering succets 1".IlnjC"r l'uu1''IIII'ulIl.111'1I.I'1I1I- .1.1: n.2l.: .
and gratifying convenience that vllle/ to New York .Vr Detroit. Mioh . .'. M. 7 25a ,

another route will be established with- Seaboard Express. No. 3t-"ICa*hin !tan and Florida Lv (rmclnnatl.O Pa ClnVs"i >!Wp t '
in a short time. Limited." Dally IVllntait Ii'r 1'itulmrtf., Ta : Pa Lines 5Ma

Benjaminrnow, a clerk in the I !Sleeping Car .h\!onvilli II' to Lv Cincinnati. 1'ii'iF.mr' t 0lltlp
Seaboard Mail. New York. Ar Mevelftint, tI itit 'nnr 8 45a ,
postofflee, has been for the past two .... .. h
-- -- - !
the l.v I.rvingtnnKy :.r1i "nr-r: )tp
days circulating
necessary petition ---- Through "Thcljliidof the "J" >". :'M<<)1. Ar Louisville. Ky So. Ry. 8 I0p i
and experienced: no trouble in securing ------. .---.-- I Ar St t.IIU\4.\ Mo Mo. Ry. 1 S"Ja
the required number of signers, MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe l.v Jact.>.*onvlll.., Kla' So. It, ; ;' -
..
; fir : \r \nn'l..m.1.' So. I'y, 0 .l* i
I. Savannah CiaAr :'u. HI 12 l
one hundred. This will be knowu as SE.BOAUD'LO&IO..'- LIMITED is a solid vestitm ">d train, com Columbia S. C Hy 5 U>rt I Ar "''"'" sheen! la Fri.tc 11 4A*
R. F, I). No. 2, and will extend from exclusively of new Pullman t'1"lpl11f1nt-Uln Oar DmiM.lr l DrawingRoom \r AvhevlllH, N. (' !SoS fly l leapt, I '\' Memphis' liMp ,k
Gainesville in a southwesterly direc- Sleepers Stateroom and Observation ('l\r-I.'I't'ratinK between St Augustine .Vr Hot :-NhillC "., Ky a 7p'I .Ir !Kanss *'""' \1.1 F'rlantt 8 4O. t r
and Jacksonville to New York VIM Washington, leaving f"II'I'hl'. 'Iviin A8o Fvt
\ll1llllltllll' ,
.
tion to rural points, covering about \r Kii > rlllr Trnn !:vi. |{y tl lk V'
12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville 1 tW:? daily crept :undays. \ L ui ville So Ky K'" N>M 'i ". "I Sprlnj.so .. Ark BO* :
the same number of miles m
f qua re as ;
\r St. Louis > RyO 4 5dp I No. m-'Tlie Florida Limited.
No.1. and accommodating possibly Only Line OperatingDaily \r fiuoinnati ,<: 0 h lug i i Dally Solid) vestibule train 'hrouih 1y
ISO to 175 patron This route it destined
tday oaehe and Pullman Bleeping
to prove of especial value, as it Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor No. ;id- |).atly l I'UIlIllIl"I ltranln g/ ; Cars Jsokionvllle Cincinnati. "I ,,
loom I suit HutTfi Sleeping Car betwreii Nu'l
traverses a country occupied largely \I. l 1&Pullman Drawing Room
.. who will full information and sleeper! reservations call on any np.>nt Seaboard or Jacksonville. and ("inclntintiI'.xrrll Sleeping 'Ar between Jaoksonvtlle, l
trackers receive market
by
write A. O. MAcDONELL, S. O. BOYLsiTON. Ja., j Kiriiiliigltam, Memphis and Kansas
ports daily.Po.tmaUl'r. Asst. General Passenger Agent Passenger Agent, : nt Itlnlna tar %rrtlre. City q,
Arnow is to be congratulated : JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. -- '- -_._---_-__._ _,

upon his energy in securing for . _._ .\IUU\AI.S: AT JACKSONV1LLK: ,
------------------ -- ---- ---- - --- -- -
the public these additional conveniences From New York, 15 hlnjjtiii, etc -No. :W, "\Va.hlngtun and Florida LlmItrd. .
and advantages.; Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR ." 9.U: a. m i
From New York, Washington.to -No. 33, "Washington and Florida Express .
- --- --- -- - -
." 7:40 p. m, '
Herbine ALL EARTHLY POINTS From Cincinnati, Asheville: etc -N' I 70, Washington and Florida Limit
Will overcome indigestion and dyspepsia rd." 9;") a. m, I 1
VIa Pis Via T Pisaupoat i Front Chicajto. Cincinnati AlUnl C"S... U, "..la.l.lmUfd..ShMa.m. i
regulate the bowels and
cure
; Dupont P A O. I D.poot. Of ---- -- --.
;liver and kidney complaints. It is the N or th or as t or S on th S"." p es t Jsek'vlf..e. J. ('. "('!It", IUdrlc" P"...mr.r Agent t 10s IT. IUr Mt., Jarkunnfllle, '1... ,

!best blood enricher and invigorator in laolu' YW. ZacIlIIOD'W. Uu WOII..n 8.llAkuwicK.I'.T M W. II PAVIOK.O A. lI.n"U ((lIIC'.AU.I..A .

|the world. Il is purely vegetable, -
perfectly .
-.- --- --
Transit and
| harmless, and should you be a Rapid Unsurpassed ServiceTime

Infferer from di'eas
wise It. N. Andrew., editor I
00 are For OAINE8VII.LE
Depart Arrive Frorr
ad manager Cocoa and Kockledge :- --:-::::-=-== --_ -_ .- 7:: : -=== -=:. ==

Jews, Cocoa, Fla., writes : "I have 6Wpm IIllh Springs aDd Inter- b:80; a m
-
ed; your Herbine in my family andd D"Uy mediate. _Pointe__ : Dally

it a most excellent .medicine Its 1l; :16 p D1 Ocala, lA-e.burJ and Tampa, aDd w 8:40 r In
cots upon myself have been a mark- 1\
[benefit. Sold by W. M. Johnson. Dally intermediate I'olnt. Daily

;, .. __ 4TRIWFJInRLY
2:00plll Palatka Jacksonville, 1.8 pm
.r May Resign as Inspector. Daily I North, East aDd Vest j Daily
few: Orleans La., 20. .. w
May -Policefiepector - --- -
John Journee, who waa ar- 12l5pm HlttheprloJtl.'Wacro.., HaannahJlruD.wlek.3:16: rn
I Alla.ta all Pain" North East W..., I
Albany,
fined as incompetent ,ln a report Dally ,. Vall1.
-- -- -- -- -- -' - -- -- -- - -- S.A.ILtNGB: : ::
:
1 by the grad
C Jury on Tuesday,
8:16pm I I 0.&& a ID IIKTWMtNJaclcMon
limed today from Washington, I-
Rochelle Slicanopy and CUrs vlllo rind N& \v "VorU:,
ere he wan attending the police Daily I Daily7Xlpm
sfs' convention. lie is wavering - ..-. ---.. Calling .' CHAULK.sroN.M.; (}., Unli" ways. s'

ween tendering his resignation and 3 :60 a m : The Finest Steamship io the Coastwise Service ;

lag a fight. The inspector: saw Dailyt.Monday>> i High Springs: I Daily
for Iifhrm-a.n immediately after his : es. Honda Clyde New England< and! Southern LinofJ\ I
-'- :- I ...;.. =..:.:::_::'::': ':;;;'. _=:-;; -'-- --.::::..:_-_:.:.: I
Ival and agreed to resign at 11 Diret Hertlee lletween, JACKI'40N\'II.I.:. lUmoN( andritOVIDKNCK 1 r
Interchangeable Mileage" Tickets, good over 13JVM miles of among the prep.eipal .
lock today and the at
mayor once
P"Ibla.Calling
All ; '
and Katlern .
railways in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.Through t
Bed a rail for a special meeting of Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic CoastLine at Charleston; teeth ways. ,

police board to accept the re lgna- t also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.For SEM.J--vrmmKLY SAJLJNOA: :

and elect former Recorder K. B. complete information call on HouthUiond . . . . From Lew**' Ulvarf llMtnn 1

taker as his successor Meantime J. A. GOODWIN Ticket Agent O.'n.nlll.' NCJrtt.LuuhlL . . . . . . From Foul of Catherine .... Jacksonville

inspector was In 'conrere ot with Address ---.---
cal friends and aa a result be tel- FRANK O. BOYLSTON. Dis. Ps... Agt., W, D. STARK, Tray Pass, *,t
Astor Bnlldlnr. Jacksonville Fla. Clvdo St. Johns River Line
ed the mayor that he would not 188 W. Bay St.. < k
If, M.EMERSON Traf. Mgr, W. J CRAIO, (Jen. Pa.:.. Ag\, .
today The mayor aald the Wilmington N. C. Wilmington, N. O. f4twe ..rt J ACMtM>N VH.I.M nne' MANKOMI1

lit would be the preferlng of . . (4'lp501111 at Patatka, Astir, hi Krancis, ....,..furd (Cll.r..hd.a'd) to/sr'msdlati
-
- -- .
rgea against the inspector. tndlnita on Hi, Johns River, Les

Gainesville & Gulf Steamer "CITY OK .J ACIHONV I 1414&" ;"
Railway CompanyTHE
Terrific Hsce With Death.sath fa apJolnc.d I tf) sail a. follow i l...s.. \OKt40NVII.I.t: "lied.,*. Tuesdays

was fast approaching."writes and Thursdays,1 tIM) p. in leiwrtili, Leave MAN rOKH. Wwudajs,
ph F, FernandejE of Tampa, .'1.., FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTEOF Wednesdays and Friday4, 8SIr. aa. m. '

ibiog his fearful race with death FLORIDA.Time +f."."..t 5ta. tsUlllll/U1.F3 xKa,0,...4 .

result of liver trouble and bun fp.av.3IO: |,tn . . . . . Jssk..mvlll . .. ,Arrive' :Viuuam
e which had robbed me of sleep T.bl..la effect April 9.1906.< a:46: pm. . . . .Talalka. . .. . . .Leav. MrfJO pro"
in lit... I had tried - --..;.-.& .. - --- ....reNo. -...- .....,,.,.,......-- .. .. 1IU.ns. . . . . A."">r . .. . . I 10 pm
f .lIlntt'.t 4AtJ I ani. . . . . .J4.. FraneU, . . . . . .< 2'"' ,Ia
rdiffereotdociorsand. several mlCl- I t. t I I I ro a.I . . . Jt..rurd (Dc!.** CI) . . . . . . I tin JI.
,bat got no benefit until I began I Dallyt' t No. to rfo. I. j :4n. I. No. I 411all.tpaarooday 1I Arrive( i90 am. . . . . . . Hantt: . . . . . . . . 9iDOan.
Electrio Bitters. Ho wonder- I Rlo'I': Daly Dan,. : MTATIO="H. Islly. (f 1M ,. IOU' am . . Y.nt.rpri.: . . . . . . I0s(1Ism: x'tiAY
&t I Nan
their effect! that in three days 1 i I I Uf.. EI
a :like a new man and today I am r MO ,""JfWONfJrft.J"40.... r_ *.%., in ...pssi. ... .
pf>> all my trouble, Ouarao- rA M:f.v P I'Ly! A U! ;'Ar. PM'Ar PM IA' PM w c'n".J rrs4tae. *,.. !..... .. I..tn., .:1....!MHt M..-.. 1
yQ of f'W.
ae t
fall. drug stores ; price 50e.t '741 ::113 .... ....' . ._....lairS.id..I 1 ft 110 .... ) :",.,' (). r.ata'sraH1\ ,. ''11. . .!.,'" .,. t./e...Y.a
7 M 7 33 ... . . .. . . .. .1"1.._...... ,..... . .I,107 6 or* TIIWI, u. MILk,1.1'. bLUI w JO..
oiznianrl Aulons.' a. 00 2 4b ....... . . .. . Daacarran .... .. . . .t 1 bo i aw General faba..'. aU. May :HoUma8 it Co. 04 2 M .... .. .. . . . .r4aathsld...... .. . 12 U 60 e-...>._. Hw'vii.r, IS s..*.street New Ter| j
and brokers ia the L'oU 10 a 0) ...... . __.... Hlekman. .. .__.... ,13 eo 6 4% . . -.
ft 16 I 10 .. ..__. .__.._ Lak. etmoatoo.134k I 40
!and members of StockltSew 8 90 880 .... . . . .. Mleavnopy. ... . . 12 III) .'
\', Tork. aaaicoed today 8M Jte : .... . ,..Ta.otaa.. ._. 1230 6,0a
l4rry. Alfred IloIimAa. att1N 43S I 4A ... . ..I . ...... Kirk wood .. . . . .<12 IS au
arm. aaya their assets M. 16+1 .... .. . ... .... Oly.lt... .... . . '12 10 e 10 U. C. V. ReunionLOUISVILLE r
9 01IS 413 ;; ... .. . .. . .'...Wa c.kota .. .. . ''12(0 4&4
i art about qnal 4)1OW/- 9 4 40 ;, .... . .. . ....RoeIr7 Point... . . n 44 4 49
IUstbat.m their embarras .46.00 ... . . . 112 M) 4 .10Il00L.I
.4aiea.f21........
1. I
runoranoarenUac tie 0 15 Let! 6 tft I t y, IfMOAr alts

froca<< the reserve fold 11 to 6 40 MM ..,la.,.... .. ... "M 0 44 ". KY.
National bank aa IX SOIS r 03 7 12' ........, ....irabam. . .. . 'U n (: VERY LOW IIATES VIA
[tea ora the Uaio Trent 40 T ISAfJ, T 2J4 . . .KunrMoti City ... .,, :3TJ ; 0i'I 1 10
sad the withdrawal oft .... ... 0 tO ,lobo() . Palatka. ft. r. I do Pj.; 00 Ai.: . . SOUTHERN RY.
I. -
r. t ::: ::: t "Y'a'4*" .!<.*.. City, 0.41.: . 1 4 .T..J. I.I I-: : : : :

With O..m... : .. .... '. .. . 310 f i ?...Ta11abaa..., e. A. L. . I" p .. . . ;... . I
'. ... .....!lItA urn aM ._...V.ue.... . M. '. .4'1 .1140 r. . . 0 iai.1KftVff.LE TO 'Ihflw.lr
8 I
4.-roo.M than K>neglect .. ._t S 4 39 F .MMMI.O. M. A r. 11 n s .. . . I It $1 I 7 ....... ." ...>.- $17.80 m
en. Fo",'. KjJy Care .... . 73I a 714 PAr _AUaA..... C.of "N. _. '1"'1 a' t Onf f.t. t
shticki aid has rared AI P iii-t AM Ar P L. A M-.1w M . . I"rof'O"WMSU" low r.t.'J'b.., purists. TfokeU'uvIt be soil =
j ; learn I",. U. .2, with final Ucatt Jnn. 19 (.. t* eii4iwl re e&M'9 after other trsat w,11'Rr, t7 del wttia' U...... al L jjed. It bea ids op Ue guru Trala S sad 4 do ax* ma belw**. OaJ.e
aDd restores health aad L E. BARKER Geawral Ik per1atiHi. t. The Official Route. V..n. aaaol .
J. F. HILL, Agent. J. D. WATKLMiJ farn.nl Ages fr .",h..1II J.... JM"" t
was troobUd with k4a.yfor ., .,, Ul .. .. and eo..... '
& In tt c Iftroogfc ..It. W- "'*s( Care tHy .
> aboQl two ,..n." wrllee ', -- ._----- -.- . ... -, -. ... Ti4A: ,. n*. Je.. U, via Alia*!*, (''an.a sad C..,ia&U>oi arrtff .o!"J'
of Mt. gterlioc., 10'., Loei.vI11.4 l0p ...*J,... I" Poe p.ril.uler! r.e.n.ioo.a4. .
beuln .r Tole,'. Ei4.., THE pdg ......s.er 0.*.. W/ W..l flay $s.1, J (/, LUrfK, D.l'A.IJ'Mlhr'' If!!!.

a rea...".ar.." Bold: I Advertise in SUN| ...,11'"., ,Ia. ""' ., ..?::(:.:i..cr.>M':. j j 1<. ,l:

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 27! 1905Bree

'
.
I John Entenza, the cigar manufacta- A GENEROUS INVITATION.
.
i rer of Waldo, was In the city yesterdayin - WILSON'S.
Division U. C V. Invited to
Florida ,
I the interest of his line. He is jan '
r placing; upon the market the EI Antonio Louisville Reunion. "

a new Havana cigar which Is becoming Through the generosity of the com-
quite popular. mander of the Kentucky division United

I ROYALBaking Cb... Beckham of Ocala manager or Confederate Veterans, the entire Our Big ValuesIn
been invited to
the commissary department of the Florida division has

Western Phosphate Company, which come to the Louisville Confederate reunion

company owns And< operates several which will convene June"14 told all

plants along the West Coast was in al hi,'gue'tl.
Powder John C. McOrew of Stonewall
Adjutant
the city on business yesterday. DRY GOODS
Camp U in receipt of a letter
I have opened my ice cream parlorIn
r connection with the confectionery from Cot O. N. Saus y, quartermaster-
I Hand made candies, strictly pore, ice I general of the Florida division Hawk- Keeps Us Busy.
cream and cold drinks of all kinds insville,Ga requesting that he procureat
M kes Clea.r\ .di Everything: first-cln. W. M. Wil- once the names of every member of
... ,. Hams, West Main street S. 4t.
this who to avail themselves
camp propose
:Misses Ruby Waits of Orange Lake, of this generous opportunity Big Assortments of

i Mary Walkup McIntosh, Kate Cly Inasmuch. Adjutant McGrew mu.t

With Royal Baking Powder there is att of Judson Clarinne Wolf of Jensen report the number at once he wouldbe Embroideries Laces
and Lillian Rosborough of Windsor, ,
; no mixing with the hands, no sweat of who have been attending Miss Te the pleased camp to who hear will frtim go any memberof

-x beau's school returned to ther respective and all Wash
-
the brow Perfect
t. cleanliness
greatest homes yesterday for the vacation JULY I THE TIME.
.
1, facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. Prof. J. H. Folks, formerly of this Goods.
1, city but now residing with his family; Carpenters Will Give Contractors a

r.. at Arcadia is in the city He has a Square Deal and Fair Notice.In .

Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" fine eighty-acre farm at Kanapaha its mention of the proposed nine-

book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake among which is a floe field of cantaloupes hour system which was by resolutionof Mrs. R. WilsonT.

y with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address. and he is here for the purposeof the Carpenters' and Joiners' Union
looking after the marketing of
passed at a recent meeting The Sun
f same His -friends are glad to see
stated that the workmen would de
' ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW VO4K. .
him.The mand from the contractors nine-hour F. THOMAS

doors to central fire station have day beginning June 1st.

several been provided with lattice work which "This should have read July 1." remarked *
Special prices today on lines
NEWS OF CITY AND of goods. New York Racket.D. will prevent the horses from dashing one of the carpenters'" Friday. UnDf T AKlnO ((0.

T. English a prominent citizen of unexpectedly: from the station before "We are not the kind of fellows to take

COUNTY CONDENSED Taeoma! was among the visitors to this the harness can be adjusted In the advantage of the contractors. We
city Thursday event of a fire. This has occurred before would not think of enforcing this rule
PULL OF
in one instance causing serious without proper notice. We are 'toting' LINE.
W.T. Waters and Wallace
son, ,came
t f Matter of General Interest Oath. up from Hlokman Thursday and spent delay. The Improvement' Is a good fair with the contractors and we want NEW GODS.
them to 'tote' fair with us. All we
ered Oar the day with Mrs. Waters. one.Among
: by Beporters. the clever traveling men at want is fair play. --
A "Bond-hand Agents tor...
rk ?J, F or.I Smith Premier the Brown House is L. Mervls of Balti- '
8ONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Typewriter In first-class repair. II. M.Chlttl' more, representing Jacobson Baker, ,. Millinery Display. Monuments, Tombstonesand

'&-Co dswtf manufacturers of men's, youths' and As will be seen by advertisement Iron Fences.See .

' Hat Happndand What I Is Going W. I'. Uarrett has returned from children's pants. Mr. Mervls is "hung elsewhere, Phifer Bros., New York I. Our Samples

ppn Told In Short Paragraphs Georgia, where he has been filling a up" here for a day or two having had Racket have arranged with the New

4 at "H, Who Runs May Raad" traveling position fQr the past few his sample trunks in some mysteriousway York Millinery Company to give a Personal attention to all natters la
weeks Ills friends here are glad to miscarried. He says he don't mind grand display of high-grade millineryat this line. Mail and telegraph orders
s ;ti Sun. see him. loafing with Gainesville friends, however their store today. This line will promptly attended'to.Gainesville .

Ya I Mandy" at Vidal' Remember the special sale on bsm- -if he has to loaf at all. embrace everything late and tasty in

b 1 pert for sale at The San boo easels, screens, corner chairs Japanese Account of Confederate Veterans ladies' headwear ranging; in variety Florida
y seats, utility cases and slipper reunion the Seaboard Air Line Rail from the most practical to the most
cases, at the Gainesville Furniture
elaborate for
designs dress functions.
1 a, Jr., of High Springs Company store. way will sell roond-trip tickets to Lou- W. F.
isville Ky., at the rate of $17.80 from Banks formerly of this city
.. . M.. Maude Evans: of Live Oak,aftera and who is well known here .is now THE CONTINENTAL
"" June 10th to 13th Inclusive, final limitto
h : >" blot sale today at New delightful visit to the Mines Ooode leave Louisville June 19th. 1006 representing the! New York Millinery .
In this city has to Branford, CAFE.RESTd11J1L1 IT.
p\ gone and will
Company, artist Mesrs.
rr : Limit may be extended to leave Louis ,,,,r, .
4,, ,.Ail' ;Iilnlt cards la latest stylesR..dun where she will spend a few days before ville as late as July 10 by depositing Phifer in their sale today. Miss Dorothy Yt J
... ., ofllee. returning to her! home. Bond, one of New York's leading
", ticket with J. H Richardson "pecl.1'Kent
? J. U. Manning left yesterday on a Mrs. S. L. Pound has returned from Louisville and paying 60 cents milliners will also be with them dur

v business trip to Palatka. Gainesville, Ga., where she has been per ticket at time of deposit ing the sale, which will last for today

,4 Slmonion's Wonderful Salve for sale for the past six month for the benefit only
---------------
,hl br J. W. MoCollum A Co. of her health! Friends will be glad to while
Spend a at White Springs, the
T. II. Wallls'qf Oeala was registeredat learn that she I Is grea improved. NEW YORK'RADKETa leading health resort of the State. On

1tMT the Brown House yesterday. Wan.ed-Orders for V'otor Talking the far-famed Suwannee river The

Ills reduction sale In ladles' Oxfords Machine and records. Retail orders CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTII Gainesville and Gulf offers the follow-

''S and hosiery at New! York Racket tow five dollars up delivered free, Old -- -. -'- ing low round-trip rates from Gainesville
records and machines ..(1hanJr..d.I.t: : Sunday only, $1 ; ticket good

daT.Mr.. and Mrs J,. P Scarlott of High ropolitan, "'I.Talking. Machine Co., Jacksonville SPECIAL SALEFOR going Saturday and returning :Monday

Springs made a brief visit to this city $260; ticket good for fifteen days .'
Allie and Chas Cone have returnedto |3. Double daily service For further
yesterday. their home in Havana. Cuba. The TODAY particular Inquire of ticket agent, tf First corner South of Postofflce).
Oilman Williams of Crystal River former was a student in East: Florida oP" 1111 NI4. .l'kt. Drip Cof: ... ;

was among the business visitors to this Seminary, and the latter came to attend R. E. Skinner a clever young man of W....r. Meat.

oily yesterday, the commencement exercises SATURDAY I Korcross,Ga., who is selling the famous _u_ a___-'r
We will strip the leak in your roof or They are nephews of Mrs J I';. Wain- i Milburn wagon was in the Clt"'ter-
It will cost you nothing Sternberger wrlglit, and the latter was her guest day H* is a relative of B R. Pound EE

,ti A Phillips, the Paint Store. while here.C'Sltaln 27 and was naturally glad to see him S MITH'S MOUNTS \
). llafle May again. Mr. Skinner has been
J. ( progressive .
: a young coming WELL
". and )I,.. W N. Hughes! and to Florida eleven
y planter of Alachua was transacting years and has many
sou, Archie, left the city yesterday, the friends throughout the State
business in this city ,..It.r''a1.Iunt'ur .
school term at the Kast Florida SemInary --- ---
s All
t ::! A. W. Taylor has returned ( of which the former was commandant GREAT VALUES INLOWCUT A World Wide Reputation. the old standards and

from the West End: where he went a l i i having closed. Captain and Whit Cream Vermifuge has achieved the choicest of the new onesas
few days ago on official bu.ine.*. SHOES issued.Ask
:Mrs. Hughes go to Columbia, Tenn., a world wide reputation as being; .
Mrs II. L llutehinson and child their old home, for the summer, while Three pair 50o low-
have gone to New! York where they the von will.ntercollege In Suwanee, sizes, at 89o. for Its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty displayed to advantage a cue.
expect to recuperate for a few weeks lenn. They expect to return in ample -' Three pair.ll Ladles' Sandals, small children as it neutralizes the

e' \jtf f\ want to supply' you with an time for the opening of the fall sites Eight I at 493.pair. Ladies' Sandals-verv acidity or sourness of the stomach, SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. S? ,
VVj> (Hlorle** refrigerator which ,I term of the Seminary pretty and knobby-the $1.25 kind, will Improves their digestion and atiimi- School Children and Babies. <
tI Is the 1I..t l made, at lowed price, ..tUalrtl' at Wo today lation of food strengthens their nerve '
go r
a ,. "em and restores them to the
t Clean Rags. Wanted. A Job lot of 'JO! pair 12 Sandals will health, and of Fine Fadeless
vigor
elstticily spirits Fotografs ,
Atlantic Coast Line will on Monday, '
\Ve will pay 2c per! found for clean go today at $9c3. natural to childhood. Sold by W. M.
June 6h..r11!! ticket lit Taml'a and re"l cotton rags free from pin and buttons. Twenty pairs very best 11 Oxfords From Locket to Life Slae.SMITH'S .

turn fur 6;J 2S.:? Ticket good to usurp Pepper Publishing and Printing Co., will go this sale at II 49. Johnson.y F.__-- _______.__
y June SMi 2-JO W, :Main street J. Twenty paint Oxfords reducedto STUDIO.

. . IIfor today.Fiftyfour AT ST. AUGUSTINE. ... .
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Lena Pornroy, who I. passing! -'--'" - -

}. the summer at 11'fndsor was in the READ THIS. Shoes. Cineinnatl pair.goods Ladies', very floe cheap high-cut at E. H. WATERS 'y

city yesterday. calling on her many 13, sizes :2 to 4S! will be sold at II.48. Large cool furnished rooms at Ocean JR}
friend Sprlngtleld, Tenn, June II, 1POI 1.I 1. Mew Hotel.' Free bath. Light\: hoo...
keeping privileges. Kates f I to 13 per
Spreial .mle on bauilMH>eails. .ore..n., have been troubled with kidney HANDKERCHIEFSAT week each room. Meals may be had PRACTICAL
corner. chslr Japanese .eat.. utility and bladder troubles for a number of next door. 1s.. M. L. PISKIUX, I",..,.
..>....., Iipper rues. by the I >aine, .rille years and severely so. and having no HALFPRICETwenty .... . '
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Furniture Company. ticed the advertisement of l>r. F. \V HANGER

Or O S Clyatt of Judon was in the Hall's Great Discovery, A Texas Won do't'o'TAdl.'U.ndk.rehi.f. Some Men LeaveAn
-a job lot bought at a sacrifice worth I
city yesterday! having come' for his der, concluded to give It a trial front IOn each ; we will put IB bundles of Aand House Painting '
3 little daughter Miss hate. who his which I found great relief, and would sell the six for 39c. This Is the Estate for the Widow. and Decorating.
,- been attending Mi. Tebeau's school! I recommend it to those similarly af biggest bargain yet. a'

\\'* arlO making a special, sale on bam tlloted H. II. Km, Six dozen Ladl..' be.l Black NeacoHu Brews U..-. (Uraer IJaJ..nll1f1.
IKXJ .....el., screen. corner chairs, Japane. j' *_ worth &I'e pair, this sal they goat To invest and I lose, or a. a temptation FU.
; ... .. i 39o pair. to speculators How much -
>< ( utility case* and slippercases. I A TEXAS WONDER.
tlainesvilleFurnitureCompany. ODe lot Ladles' Whit Lace Hose dirt better to leave her ". Full line of Paints and Wall Paper
The finest ever hown In this city One small butt!. of the Texas: Won cheap at 2Qo,go at 2le today. 'in stock at lowest price to the trade.

Attention! I.I called to the change of der. Hall's Great I>is overy, ures &.11' S5QO' or $1,000 a Year Incomefor -. -- ,-- ___ ___ ,___.____
advertisement of Phifer Bros.. New o i! kidney and bladder troubles, remove, "W. B." CSRSETS. a a
, 1 I! gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emission Life or for 20 or 30 Years? ROOKS AND mil
I York Racket which appears eltewhere *, weak. and lam backs, rheaaaa Just received a of the "1P. ,
i r tn tht i issue This firm is lvertUlngll N f Uim and all irregularities of the kid. B."* Corset*-& .dour kind-and will W* will send you some interesting
<'i.1 prices in low.eal shoe. hand at",. and bladder 'a boUt men and sell .them today at ...,. This bladder truoblee i la annual outlay will yield a permanent -
women
kerchiefs and ('0,*"'. for today: regulates this wholesale cost.
children. If not sold by yoar druggist, yearly income for anyone for til
Absolute purity, great strength and! will be seat by mall w ....Ip' of $1. DOST FAIL TO VISIT OCR 8TORE whom you eare to provide. KITTIE M'CRAY.
delicious natural 'fruit flavor hare One small bottle Ie two IDGat .' treat ,
mad. Blu. Klbbon lemon and vanilla meat and seldom fail to perfect a TODAY.PHIFER W. L. SILL & W. L IItHI, HOP West Liberty Street. '
"'"'. Dr. Kme.l W. Hall.eol aaaaa
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your grocer for' faeturer. P. O. boa $29. S,. Loan. Ms. BROS. s.rid AcmU Tk: MUTUAL .
Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla ex Bead for Uetlmoolala. Sold by all I Wks IsowrMtt Csv.f.Vw f era, A-eeomsoiatioaa Flnt-Clua. Rata

t tract Takes lees. Flavors perfectly druggUts. I'fifen'Ooraer.OItaHll.. Fla. IU15ESTIUJC. S s t FLORIDA ,a.ar--able. ldast d.sirabl. tvstMM toe
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