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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 31, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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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: VID00612
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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II- __ GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAYKIKKshA( ) () : ( ( ) \ MAY XI: I Htu:) TEN CENTS A WEEK
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:5;,1" '" ind'caii'd: horse- owt'r. She NEW YORK PUSHING LONDON
SSIAN NAVY was AMERICAN YACHT I BLACK PESSIMISM
in-iiplrteil: In IS'15. had an armor litJiicht ' I
American City Fast Becoming Largest
's thick, a protected deck of 't: I
t'x'hi's: of steel and, from 7 to Sot Inche, WINS KAISER'S CUP One on the Globe. REIGNS IN RUSSIA
armor. over her heavy gun pn4It1.1n.! New' YorkMa JO -Taking! ; ..r r th..
state census I li to begin next Tlutrs!
EElSDEFEATanese HIM- armament confUtt-d of f'lIr.In'h! f.,
lily KxpiMtM: btlh'Ih... r"> fiinv lour i5-lnch guns and !six 1..,
inch The Atlantic Is ThaFir3t Boat altnw that Kim.- and a number of small; \ rapid
becoming the lament city In theworld
flr gnus Her aped was NltI.mar..1 Sighted Ou Othlr Side. and that In actual flgnrre U notf.ir News of Naval Battle. '
ar 10; knots and she *
carried ;.i.; I
Navy Annihilates Ro'j.Bhensky's officer and iinn.The behind l.., .i.lon. which uow' holil.tLite -.- -- t
MADE TRIP IN TW&LVE DAYS I i>r Squadron. Svletlana was a protected crulK I l.oneon's alt million and out l l luhubItJnUjarw -
er of 3.SOJ: tons illsplaoeiiivnt. -- .-. ..
\ had3SI
The Time Made t4( dUtflbutid ,
by Atlantic I' over an t'tior- Admiralty' Hd Expected Their ShlplTo
::! lnillcvt Nl horSf'I\\.t>
| r. was com- | niou rltta which 1 U
Lit DAMAGE TO TOGO'S SHIPS I sooner LtrKel what
pitted In 1S!>7, and had Quickest of Any Se Yacht Reach Vladivostok In
o sped of rulICht! c.I1.: .l suburbmn. l'uualderihtI Safety, *n about :20 knots. She had a 2-Inch Across the Ocean-NHa t Other Racer )
Great Naval Battle the Japanese Xer YoiK IU that "UIU lit unit() the Blow Rojestveneky Has RecelveJ
protected dock of steel!, and 4 Inches of ;
Yet Been SigMa I which IMdliiti uliout 2i other (rom le Dcmoraliilng Them. '
ere Successful Beyond Their Ex. xrmor over her gun position Her '
the
ell
) 11ft fl. Include* :i.iVVi) k |iini"
ctatlons-AII Japan la Celebrating nr'ii.tmeiit ('un.>llt.lf'.lut six 5.9,Inch ((.'a, .(...ndon. M II) :L"J: -10: f. 4 nlliar.. tulles of nn>iin "1:53: : p. m.At .

ctory of Their Sailors not i guns: and ten: 1.S.Inch !inns She ring accidents, the Anh'nr. '. .ue thrtoneaeted II."t 'allo. ,'1 h"I' by 1"'flII'U' III his 1YHt10to the iL.lrull'lIlt 1 this. tnorntnf: a.1 l laoltltel !
had .1 complement of :IWO officers! and .cl1.lOlIt a'htf'III'' II "" nd r'r
Man tun i mi ctri) IM) and l III1'1)) ) 1I..lhl"lt wa* known' <>f Iii natal
fashlngton. May 30.-Mr. Takahira. uii n. by \\" Ilaun Marshall. iil, N.: N Turk tiling exrfpt noinltinl roxl-lenre npvu.1 battle tit the. Kiir l I':'ist except the : ",

Japanese minister here has reed Tinpiotected. vrnlser JemtchiiK was Yacht dull Is winner oath.; 'lather'i their I In1hi'r.'. the tUuiva\ 1haot news "i>nt4lu<4 lu the 11I-.lIIrl"| | nl, i

[ a cablegram from his govern.t of :;:.Ui I displacement: and IT.000 indl cup. Lien .ntliuat..l. III reiiiih (3.IJii.O\ l.HlMIl l. the \.II"lltlt.. I'l-fim, Th> general 101'
relative to the naval engage. cati-U horbf-power. giving her a speedof |ll".1 t ah.'ani of it itNhtl ll) f.lan t : ,l at ) UjlOII till i IfNtllU of the Illctcen 111.1. 1.1..11\1..1 by HI" I'rtlhe titre.sas. .
lit. of Saturday and Sunday which afoul :J3 knots Sho was completed 9:57: u'cUx-k thu mural +11I tlic r''tniu>riior. riperIn. tUn| undnerbtablwar. txtrrmnly c
|.said, while 'lacking In detail con. In I r.i': >;J. had a' protected: deck of 2 When MlKhted the +tLlllfiClta.. :;3.HHi: l pci-MiiiH in what U cull.'.! ;e"'',M.ttivVhlli.' Admiral ItiiJtv.Mk +"
d the Information that the Japa. Inches of steel and, carried six: *.7 making g'lJl..1| protrreHS t itl ,I the 1.11" "(!'al'r :New: > 01 k", ) WA exported tit pay this pure for
victory had been "absolute and Inch gnna, six 1.8 Inch guru and two ard (where the (nice: el4t.l There ---- -- reiu-hln, bin. liuxrii At VlmlhoHfok tit
vhelmlng.Bklo .ncti (Ciin*. Her crew numbered 'A" a light KouthwcitlwiiiJ" mid a' I To Observe Memorial Day. I I'I' ,i ciini'.lii.. In--, of two of hU four tw..t

1 1" otllcvrs and ni<>n. Smooth "'a. New lurk. Ma) .1'). o l It*..1'\ nnciM'I I' lists lrrhlpa.! i>.*ktttv* "h'.1 l May 29--2- 50 p. m.-In thee The repair ship Kamtctla, +ka was alIost The Atlantic created a ) IIrh II lilt record , this )t-ar of meitiorl.il) day wilt! live MItriuleil t hti>*. with heavy dniiuiK" to oth"rlili. ,
1 fought Saturday in the straits Important adjunct of Admiral by crossing the 'Atla) ,tlc front the\' b)' mort' glitter un.t trrentoii) I | which oiicli havtx Indicate !Ii
Core* the Russian battleships lior- ItoJ..tlt Vt'llIIk"JI Ih-fl. She Is under United KlHU'H In 12 dry. I In tliN shy lliiiu has Ue| .,n shown In N'lntltle.l tit "pelt| || dlcustrr imtt *" the
and Alexander III. the armored stood t. 'lave been tilted! up with, ever ) No other yacht have yt t IICCMI nlibtrd. mill) )<'ur*. t'?-.l kilt |It'M'as>ifli l< Jnp.llirH.< "'1/1"1".1/ | t'.ii1"leNpoildtl\) P 'T'
:rs Admiral :Nakahlr, Uinltii Don tlch'lIt1tt appliance available for the coming III lIrat'kIii! In R-O.UI. III I the this t'..4*.." tits from Vladivostok:, >r'
and Vladimir Moiioinach. the repair ofIt a '!>lilps, and watt JencrlUcdan : If the tiru'ere liolUi s''JII. the AHaii I UIIVelllUK of tlse Htallie t of (iflHTdtll where the flmt C''IUIIIUIllfllI' with" ;'
t'.defense Ironclad Admiral Ousha- bt'lnlC a floating woiahop. She wa tic bhouM reach the flaUU line alll1lI l ,>oryV Slocuin. lie will" arilvi (lie !Uti.>/ltin flirt ail{ b* e.I"IIIt..ta..l.||. |

i the protected cruisers Svletlana launched at the new admiralty yarn : o'clock this afternoon.Kaltiiouth. I In Jiriiry (City at 7 a. III. mod l proceed l ,. U uwiUlrtl. with Intense 1n\|Itty. Th. w
Jemoltuchlg,, the repair ship Kara- Ut 1't'It>r8bllr Nov. 1. J9'! :. She wan, -- by tioat to llnx>Un Ma)or Mri'lel. admiralty calculate thai wlrt"""
ka and the cruiser ( 'I I IrUaiui of 7,200 tons dlaplac 'nenL was" copabl I KiiRUnd. May :'ti: > ,-At I Sp. Ian on behalf of the city will accept o''ritiinlratloit with VlftdUuntolt
'n ?sunk. cot carrying a.&OO ton of coal and ni. today the signal bureau at liteIJaril : the monument from th* pork coinniU might In-I talllht''l a* early as this

1* bartUahlps Orel and Nlcholal I mounted six!! mall quick tiring Kuns. had nut reported the' ..IKblllllCof nlont-r. M. J. Kennedy. Tinatlitre** afternoon( or tonUht. but a. nil\ des| ke

She bad a complement of 32 ntncerit the American. .. yacht Atlantic by 'the piealilent will fullnw llmry' pairlie must nut an In the nipnr,
and 1.0'lu men. The Irtesslru wan -- ------ --- .-, -.-_--- ..-_--.. I \\', Slocum 1'ont No 21 will haves 11111 the) new U not likely to reach lift

probabl an auxiliary: cruiser: but II( tie from any UrltUh snurr 'In the far |place) of honor Among th. tnenihi public b. for tomorrow It In a mat y

name IK not given In any lineal 11..UavaiUUte. _II'. The Japanese (< wllhnut new* rtmii Its sue |>rv"lilenl ItiMinetelt .t. Hun-l ..lrei et .nnlt! and muni reliable Information
The battleship Orel U a sister ship trnnientK'M I Mill be Jacob |II Hrhlrir. lieotKe J received H|> In HIM (time HIM offlflafMnnoiinreiiirnt :

of the Itorotlliio, and carried the I <*..' II" | >rtii are rnrrrnt on (ho stock PIchaiiKt (JouM) uu.l John I It ,Kockeffller Jr wa" a,,ni oat from T.
V 1 compleuier.t! of tifflcers, and m 'n.Tin (Htrp"irtlnK In I". from author) -- --- kin ramn by way" uf \\.II1t..I.n.. Tli.
battlt'lIblpkual: '! I U of 9 r,7illiiplaceineni lall"l .. private m>iirre' that Admiral I Ship's Cargo on Tire.Nuifolk receipt" of the Toklo orttclHl I I btrli|<*tIn an

jnns ant l 8. 7"U Indicated HoJ..h".lIIk'II) ftAIUhll'!| Knlax Hoiitaroff : / Va. \liiy 3-1' \\j( ..n (lie I lioiiiifliiK I lht Itujoatiri*ky'r fleet was i3f
horse.power. Flying her a vpec-d o: was' among the ,i-> -.r,14| sunk and I listi'li" i/f the' ( >M lloliiliilon ."'''In..r p-acct' ..aljy annihlU'' t ass a f'tllllhln4 M
...... about I II I l Mint* Sh. In "". ached! anomplf'ted that the jHpaiic ai<- foI1o"' lnit tip llttiiilliun ttMik fire Huntlny whliv, in ,I Mow to' ft| admiralty ,orflciila, 'I'' '
.; '" aha) .. a* far bark at I I"'' the ItuolanH' and pi u :> .ng off Ih..lr.lllp roil If ri.iin Norfolk tll New, York. .... .iro) lne the 1 hope( to wit|, 'h many ufIII 4
sot' thoroughly o\i-iliauli-.l! In l0! ) one by one. I fri'ljjh! ami wnlth had In tall bask .th/I I iii/ in Had Intm hut 'the rlleier. of erniii

Sh<> haM a compound armor hell 4 Op'tnrnra on the Mock "u'hltnc" hl, city hi ci>n.<-.ninre wen ntl.<>di this J..pan.. .e I""U.'I' mljchl faun
Ii i Inches thick. has a stall. protected were" "h..tflll o' *.-r tiu Far ..,...l..rn i i i.alm) smoke era,> Vu, 11 In tohiiiit.*.| ably |>.. 'nll.I,1 l 'I'ts. wording of
d.| -K :2 I.i Inotif thick and Las t. iM < Hewn. hoping that MM bartli* nilaht I .'.uIO'r.",( l\tt- ",,,(,1 I to !.." .tlll on fireSrvvial the official' dlparh wire Interpretedtu '
) inclu, of arrnoi ioiiiiKHiiidi' en.r prove ,1.'I..Iv.| ant !1. tot! ''ii praco I'IC" ale leiMllutt. all nreti.ary Hit-ail that Admiral lugo bad .INS'
?i 1 ti'T (xi '"Ion Her s rin mint ron.l hI' Cun.nla went' up r. 1 P. amt Ja|*., ai.*U'iiiic'- The Oroa fni'itlit' to l by : <...H|n II
of twoInch' ; KUIIH. lour 1 Inch nuns tioiuli roue" from 2 in |1..lnl.. Th" in Ui) *n'aiiier** camo uf rotton sinl' I trnHi ..t INK ttralln/ sit Ko,.. aalnsI.ldmlral '
ai.it eijr! i Cinch guns and Iaelre t Hu ..iai.. sere not Iraih" I In. :Nominally 11 ni-1 fui Hie marl part slut l there !. 'IMle.tr' nky.
'lul"k.1I nil KUDU In an of nvrUm* ..Dim.. of the fur.'Un pr*.. 11..left

t "- of k nail rapid ftrw (cun.. ll( ri were I t" IVi points .i'"-r parity or, ilarnaice' : resulfang' rtoine of her cary rs seer ronfiitluK, but. .vrfytlilnx. #
i umplemenl' l I. f.OI officer and menThe dent from Tarl tonI thn prlc Hit U now 1..ln4 r".II..1 "u I..'...., .t>.rim to 1I.\I..h.\ I III"t T"'*'. it..tlwr, .4
ADMIRAL TOGO. coast! deft-nut Iron clad Admit hih! "'. The f. lltirt' ass nnouncinl .. ._ ---.. - I a -rliMi nt i!.. ...-rald turim'''ln atleek y

the coast di-fen (ronclads Ad- a, S.tilatln, .U a aiMer ship of the Ail, of the rrorw>mlc bunk m lllhop fj.t.' Wifl, Inherit Large Fortune.Molne during $.hl'd., nl.ttlIlt HIM support
Jira.1! Snlavlu and Oenerai) Admiral 1 turn! OUfthakoCf. atr ot. a small concern of no Imps\ Itre of bl. h.. "f ship *lti. report..l
tuwa. MayVHtlm; /
praxlna were capture"l l tanc "" hate y..r. j| sinking of .oiiiany ship. It ,U IH
I Conrad Hra"dt th- ....,I..d ana of the
The llorod'.no: was a first-class bat- Washington Hear th. NewVajbinjtton *. A dispatch to thl Inndoo ':....&:Iln, inlllon! .:ir>< "'Uliameluler' ..tn11..1| t ton flared 1, might al*.. b. partially due l 1)
in U>04. of 13.81C Ness from Toklo ..4aht Kiln** sown sprat of |h. arfranelnfluslaa
hip I complete' \ / May :1') -Ofllcla! ant says captains UfilhrmUr will Inherit tU. "at..oI -
B* dlsplacemf-n' and 1S.K W burr nnuX'f'm..nt of the result of the. oar' atbetwero of ItussUa warships ...,. tmitne 1 of fZS.OwO.MOO I The boy, who l I" Ian /)* ..ull'"'''., Thu bell.' I"I alaotr
wer, Klvies her a speed of about ISlot engagement the Japanem an IKiissia during Ib* naval l..ti' '.. of lUturUajrIB mart{ of sets. U the MQ of Mr "n th.ri" *. the bad an armored twit of Seels wa, received at the state tile straits of Kor a :/eijlirr's lialf brother U..fIt |handshew In wnlr tn ...curw: rri '>anl! .tfin )

001 4 to !8 Inch ll<>* lnx CMblegraru I'I a wi-albr iiiamifarturrr of bakliiaM .p.nl. and n titluar power In OlrliU
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6 to IV Inrh- of armor over her from Minister (Jrt" Jln, dot Admiral N.bogaton Captured. ( .*der In t'bfr.Ku. and sat U,r.. In bis fleet only" a .Inl. dUlslon\ pas. S
IB position and buikht-ads. Her arlament t-J. Tok:o. }..ta.dmlral 29 : Toklo. May Jt 3 p m -11ar A4Miral MiiM-atlne: )III.) mother was lh. daiiflit |lag th ..tralt. of K.,... She other r
f four 13 Inch Xboatoir (farmer ...111. am-IDct Jsp*n. Tb of
cocsUte. <> ran .\ T r ely. 4-lnch K i,.. and over forty ofnailer government concerning: the 0 rapM Br-s rues. Hr crewmbcred t."?k place on Saturday .tt.rD'm andFatnrday flet aad r.c tily I muiand.r of the ---- rt'sdud{ lh.. ,plrh, of in. 'lii .lan flt, i

: 74I two oltk
The Alexander III was a tester ship : report the Jspaneav fl-t ""..., I .uU aad m.rcbsntBol., with 3.1**) "'II..hlInll.: May JD11... An four beet batUuM/ II. U I* pew

the lionvlino, aid ** .*" fnm' command: d. frojed *&4 soak one duet' other Ru.laBs, U am/if.* Ib. prt. .<>..1 Ionia HM*.l,.tlrk, "r. tad fn 1901Th. tl..hlp| t>f the il..rfdlrrcis.4< and f.n" ere captured by th. J.(...,,_*. I 4..,art,(rr of t'tfl Huln. .t I'-II.,. pruu/ fared! Isle! nf trots the battleship'
Adwlral Nakb rout waa aa ar Vic: AdmlraJ Ro).et, ..nay Knt4 fl-turaruff In the Iktriwliai
other lathe fl..*.'." war "'HI., T-? .pP'a sent 'la this ctly. ah<.t *.-! aiiiml net ort
cra/u-r of ft SJ4 tons dlsplaceonopoui *- or rhr.e (pore ver Lyturrduar to base *e ap d.Th I 'lut-r, II||.riwaa K<'heff and tb -n .t>nt, U.I >*fnr.. tee flghl |tin ord r to pea /

,,t 4 armor or.f b.r .f the lr".. JtpaneMr n,"'no .ar r- battle b...0 fU' .rda, IINfa'' sod) fa', Ky .o'..). h./.*.''r ....,"" ......l rent Ibis rooro-ntratloo. of tb. nit Oil ;$
t1 a, earrld *lcnt I tact UI l,,s d erknis 'lajvirrThe aad the Japa4.... ar.' MU laf pursuit I if d'IRC' .1 k'..r,' "... (*.1 I Tb.* |per kl. own skip Captain "b.'lnallllI', /
iUccfc gaaa sad stout l sea- bsttl ..a< still la pr*'< C'rapld Are guo*. She bad aVaturdar A seat Jafmaet K-Vury iannotiMC t rag u.'enrrrd ,.,.Ib. fr.u all's .....,.. I-eel of avkout M? offcer sal .>d be r* arA,* s II..1 rs', Hooter. .. .-.. Ady'y (..ert. I of 11'p.atoatenti.esy "mer,.. ipOsias
of the rers..tn.nf hot fes dvtsl'eSop N... Ort.e ns. May )oj -id.ij>*rlBt.s'Beat to the ....-'..11" nf Ik. n*** #
WApoi.ld was aa .rwet d ba".. ,. ..aood.A. II O. llMlr, of Ik* X.w Orleaaa ; ,..,..re ,.. .u.o'n.t Monday publUslion

Itdoe, sbtahlr, o! T, C.OUU! t.I..cr.J1J l from 701w.ps.d Orxiow aUtaaec *tuned toda,' .. Murderer KMUtf only' t.l. (ram. are r>* pyer.t, aad sad a eJ tte.. that Admiral, Tocota ,.,rra i'b1a horn Wstalaxloo >4 sa.owe4 tkml I 'lIo1d J. ....."C Kf May )of --Will tarn b__.. The Yuvw Vr.$,& .0Q4I wua
boR.., Elie had aa ar p.ram--at rb.t U.- feral 5 M- fee tad a.**pU4 U* (-."ltatl*. of h ..mdlu"' wba .but sad 11m.... Tkotoa .... .. '''..:
: tq tklckkr aadtmuI"OnT ll.d _. bukb.: day sad ftoi 4.ir *r.: 1.0. k eo.. 'p*iat a41ur7 **7rt fal'l aa
anatlee.H.r *r 0.. euost ott>haa. .,wr'+rttadd: its.ttvUm. Ik* bee.a.. I* anas.tx.vs .ltk lav. "t roi HU brit, ems roost In "Tk paper .*'*' "H...,la bad ben
; toe latu.lr7" Mr, lf.*tr .Ui .oeiM 'o.4 riddled .IC'! bw.lelnl, Tk r9ro*.4tt.I'b
ptf'Ite',4Jab'Ca.. t s t o ep.rl.l ..trite ."''pot > ptilllar too much
.1ztles silcbEtta.tNellDere4 s three d.. rot.r. All tb.... .m anal M .....,.,."* ....t of tMwet .. eubsag.. U'a.c 0( ..,....,.. as ..ltk..wi "rarwatlrns tout la tilt e.sdaar Uv, n..ay Isoo*
.... ..,. aal Cfttft ba4 bras I.
.1 bid to Ik. ''
$1. ism la adJttloa. than v Ire ..ap'.s t.o war ass aot .0wM b.ti..ki.s. two roa.f +of_.. .n.rw, Wtuwan Mast. Jag .1..* fa. ......,..., f...H f. avtw. is| tk. taa.ua. ,* of Ike ;.
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ntkgtifl toss asi Admiral TDC40 adh U.r 'be 1w, eC Uu7 1C.opA. t- a aw triaU ..!, A.esrtilu. Tu Maya 3A ..W.UHa will W fMUUat. ttaul ik. fifl r**_lw
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y, A'lathrs ibklttltss.lst.'d # J.-.. $4005 ....-.. a a. TkUat a* avrw .rf4a>.eM k* meld *,.afc by a 'r...... l. a M ,....U..,
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,2 e THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. ,



T E Important Chemical Discovery. Inhlnelander. |

g BILLS PASSED BY FLESH BUILDER I \Vs.. May 30.-A local

chemist haa"produced a liquid which'

SENATE AND HOUSELast The liver of the cod fish la 11,000 times Stronger than the best |

quality of beer and one drop of ItI
t
produces oil that is a won placed In a large beer glass and filled

Week of the Legislature Is derful flesh builder. No fat with Ice water produces a glass of|

beer of the finest grade. The extract -
,, a Very Busy One.GAINESVILLE pure { A 0'N
or oil can compare with it contains an alkolold from hops I
4 than crude ,
just 9,500 times ctronger
TO ISSUE BONDS in that 'respect. TO get the lops and the act ve principle of malt I

best out of 'it, it must be 12,700 times the strength of common :1 I
Stat Insane Hospital Commission. malt made from the best barlej With

9 Law In Regard to County Governments emulsified and made like the above 1 III combined an article .-'"

1, s -To Aid Pensioners-House cream. In Scott's Emul- duces which on instantaneous contact with fermentation water pro-,


Votes to Raise Salary of Governor. .ion it is prepared in the forming 3!t pt-r cent alcohol, the ewProverb'

Tallahassee, May 30.-In the Senate amount existing in the best grade of I .

yesterday several new bills were intro best possible form to pro- beer. An ounce bottle of the extract

duced as follows : will make 480 schooners of about SO .
'duce the best possible re-
'tt' A bill introduced by Senator Scott I gallons or pure beer.

+ to extend the time limit for the contructioq : sults. Thirty years have

ry of the St. Andrews,ulney & : Fortune Hangs on a Divorce.

s" Northern Railway. was advanced to its proven this. Kenosha! W!<.. :May 30.-That her,

third reading. Another bill, by Senator Will lend you a.ample free. I husband may "Main! one-third of his

Gillen, extending the time for beginning UCOTT& GOWN,4"9 PurlMraot. New- Yi>rlu father's estate ot{ $500.000 Mrs. Chas. )
Rogers of Chirac"! has consented voluntarily
the
o. work on .Pan American I
I to glhim up and has applied -
Hallway alto advanced to its third
was
: I Confederate_ army granting him $25 for a divorce Mr. Rogers, whose He that lives
reading
per month. Pension was passed!*; , home is In this city. Is a son of the

.'. Senator McCrearj-To grant a pension The House passed the memorial to ]late D. G. Rogi i .{if Malwaukee. In will
to Henrietta E. Townsend of Ala- hope
chua Congress asking an appropriation(. of I his will the father provided that his> upon

county. $50,000 to deepen Carjabell* KfUrbor,
4 eon should not come Into his inheritance
The House bill to create a State fast- ,
East |
near unless he was divorced from his

board of accountancy and to prescribe Mr. Buckman'a bill to aut.horla.thec1l1.01 I wife, giving; him $i; a week so long as

lit powers and duties, was paned, Jacksonville to make donations he lived with h u r. Mrs. Rogers has But he that

Senator Adams' bill creating and or payments to hospitals, was phased. been separated I rom her husband for

providing for a special commission to Upon motion of Mr. Well..'the Sen- some time. lives

inspect,examine into and report on the ate bill by Mr. Adams for the regulation t on

needs and requirements at the State of the sale of stocks of goods in Revival Services in New York.

ss Hospital for the Insane was advancedto bulk and to prevent the fraudulent t) New York. Ma\. 30.-The first of the

second reading and further action sale thereof wa made special order great mass me< ngs planned by ministers

deferred Awaiting amendments. for Tuesday afternoon, and the House j. now wor:..ing to Inaugurate a UneedaBiscuit

Senator McCreary secured the passage I then adjourned. religious revival !n this city was new
In the nf Music. The
Academy big
of a bill authorizing the city of
THE NEWS FROM MELROSE. theater was shout two-thlrds filled.
z 7 Gainesville to bond for educational
The unique methods were used to get
.
I
purposes.The
Preparations Being Made for Picnic. together a crowd. A dozen auto-
'i"' Senate passed House bill to
pro. Alert be mobiles In yad..t
Steamer to Repaired.Melrose the main thorough.
vide for the disposition by the several
F. Mi- fares and the sue! utreets. Reinforcedby
May 3O.-li. will feast.
counties of the State of the funds arising ,
music spealu In the automobiles
zelle has returned after teaching a
.
from and
these.
apportioned to
i _told of the met'ing and besought aUto .
uneventful
eral counties from the hire of State very term at Newberry.Miss (
convicts. N. E White and Clinton Whitney -, attend.
I
I Senator Stockton's resolution 1 left Thursday for the North via
joint
Crops Hurt ty Rains. ,
the Mallory Line.
relative 5t
to county governments was
E. Birmingham, Ala., May 30.-A well-
l passed by the necessary three-fifths Mrs S. K. Wood and Mrs M.
Informed gentleman who has
Mullin have returned from a very gone
vote.
( over Etowah mount. DeKalb and Marshall .
The bill appropriating $4,000 to the pleasant little trip to Jacksonville St.
counties the past' week says
Augustine, etc.Preparations
West Florida Fair passed. .
was
are being made for a there In a prospect of not more than a NOTIONAL BISCUIT: COMPANY

tR The substitute to the House bill Sunday school picnic sometime next half crop of cotton this year owing to

ri relative to the W.lle..Deard claim, month. excessive rains, etc. He says many

giving claimants the right to go into renters are d(>sPfllnft the fields for
Mrs O. M. Lynch and family of
the courts to sue the State for commissions work on the railroads' etc, and that Dem't
Gainesville are the go"sts of C. I'. /0'6"Graham
r was read the second time and some farmers replanting with other
Huffman.
Senator Harris offered an amendment crops. Crackers:
y' Capt. Weeks is getting: ready to pull
to the amendment limiting the courts
Ft t out the SI..mer'Iere for a general Buffer Thin Biscuit
in which the claimants can sue to the Living High at the Isthmus
overhauling. ..
courts of Florida, which was adopted. Invitations are out for the marriageof New York May :SO.! -Right former Social Tea Biscuit

Y Senator Massey offered an amendment employes of the Panama canal commission .
Miss Maud Coward to Mr. O. W. Lemon Snaps
;d to the amendment Inserting a Rogers of Live Oak, at the home of who arrived here today on

section repealing the 128,000 act of the steamer Orizaba from Colon said
the bride on Monday, June 12: at 7
IftfiS, which was adopted.The p. m. they resigned their positions on the
Isthmus iterance of the high cost of
vote upon the committee
Hsrblne living and the health conditions there.
a, amendment to the. House bill allow
Will overcome indigestion and dyspepsia They aJ! that several other employee
the. claimants
ing to go Into court Instead
H{ regulate the bowels and cure who had resigned: for similar reasons!
;
of In
appropriating $25,000 two
liver and complaints. It is the would ('Orneto the United States on
kidney <<
shares, was lost. On motion the House
and In later steamers. .. .
best blood enricher invigorator -- -- -- -- ._.
bill was Indefinitely postponed ----- -- --
The Senate the world It Is purely vegetable, perfectly 1:
4t adjourned.In meT.ABLBa: :: : ) I860.
harmless, and should you be a

the House. sufferer from disease you will use it if CASTOR 1

: Tallahassee, May SO.-In the House you are wise. K. N. Andrews, editor H.F.DUTTON&CO.Sea

yesterday a resolution of sympathy and manager Cocoa and KockledgeNews. For Infanta and Children. .

2 from that body was tendered to Hep. Cocoa, Fla., writes "I have The Kind You Han Always BoughtBears ----DEALERS IN----
I> of Nassau who is home
yat at sick. used your Herbine in my family and

Mr. Kosborough of Alachoa Introduced find it a most excellent medicine. Its theSignature Island:: Cottoo.::
i effects myself have been a marked
a resolution calling upon the upon of .
benefit Sold\ by W. M. Johnson.
Governor to report to the Housenames the Sea
: Island Cotton Seed Bagging and Walrus
Twine.
- --
of hanks In which moneys I.e.ar.
7 longing to the several State\ funds .. NEWS TERSELY TOLD. Saved by Her oreet. Leather in Strips or Sides.
Mc-nomlnee Mich., May 30.-A cornet
deposited In each such bank with the
Calm. Lizard of New Orleans heed saved (the life of Miss Emma Kensler .
amount paid on such deposits' in each Manufacturers of the James
of the largo Canal street clothing who WAS fired on by unknown Doig Improved English
4;. such case, The resolution Sea Island
was adopt
Cotton
ed. house of that name died suddenly in parties. Marlnette.. The bullet penetrated Gin and Supplies for Same.

a street car today. Ho was 77 yearsof the clothing and the skin but GAINESVILLE .
Mr. lllanton of Madison Introduced .
FLORIDA U S AABSTRACT
age. the MeS cornet offered so much re- ,
bill providing for the signing of the si starve that the girl not .
The judgment In the naYDbl'Gr.nca. was seriously --- -- ----- '--
vouchers of pensioner of the Stale by' Injured. The shooting is to
by Judge Lafunlalntl, extradition thought
either the clerks of the oirouit court or have been the work of boys.
commissioner at Montreal, has beta
by a notary public. This bill seeks to & REALTY COMPANY
postponed for another eight days the
4, care great hardship now Imposed upon I If th. Baby I I. Cutting Tth
Judge nut being ready
the old pensioners, the present law requiring B.. sure and us. that old and well-
The New York special franchisetax (Iuoorporeatedl:
that all pwnilouers mast havetheir tried remedy, Mrs. Window's Sooth*

pension vouchers attested by the supreme cases court were of deckled the United today by Sta.te.ach..I the. lag Syrup for children tething. It E. E. VOYLE. MGK..SSgSttlS .

circuit olsrk no matter how far they. soothes the child softens the corns, bstraets. of Title and '.
to the corporations by which
may live from his ottle. In many allays all pain cores wind colic and is eonty Our cardiac lands IB Ship. *
they were brought to the court. county thirty years and S
q cases It Is a great inconvenience to the the beet remedy for diarrhoea. Twen. is land title*. ,
Millions of dollars of taxes In arrears
old. Infirm and poor pensioners. Under ty-Bv cents a bottle.
rales will DOW b. p4! as a result ol .
waiver the the bill was -- -
passed. the decision of the supreme court ol Society of Friends Mts E. E. C7'COE ::'=,1E
the United State upholding the tai
Mr. Milton chairman of the committee New York. lay JO.-TJi. religious ,
.a la* valve. of corporation franc FIRE. ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND
i on city and county organisation, society of Friend Is bolding lu twen INDEKNITY IASUEAJ1; :Seer..
i Sealing a Dumber
> .. la Nw York atatv.Th 01 prominent Am.rieall and ./.
reported favorably the bill authorizing ty-third meeting! at the Maxim house. REAL ESTATE Znfrllab eompaal...
the city of Jacksonville to Issue bond. coutsraaas fetvu U* IWP1b Friends from many nearby places and AND CITY LOAli8. .

ti and providing for the payment thereof, Ho tree ant OQMt! a0l Qny" and the faraway cities are In attendance, onlya c3.si.inQ8ville = .Uw.O I.id.fl,

The rules went waived and the bill AsnjJgmfn*td AJfcptftattaB! of Iron. few of the older ones wearing the -- -- - -- -- --- "!:
ftti*! A u ; passed Al to 0 picturesque simple} dress of the old-
Mr. Wilson's bill regarding th.t..'.. 04 Monday, Jun. i. eta !>' to s.tQ time Quaker Sunday was devoted "WiLezsL: 00.::: Need of '"i t

the Ural of<< wage" Ui _* Pd tot
attorneys and their salaries was passed to worship ther being flr. gatherings

Mr. KllforVa railroad seals: bill WMpassed tre.wntk.rL during the day.

-_ - _. _.. JOB
--- ---- -- - -
-
- ----- PRINTING 1

Tb. Hillsborouch eooniy armory bill

of $..104 91 was ......... Vijjor. You know

t. The S nat* bill to fix the salary of adds twenty year' to .

th. (tovtraor at W.OU was passed Ayer's 1 Then restore the SeD.dYou.r Order to

r ...Ilk oat debat.. keep )'ouDII! Stop your

TH* bill for the relief of general WIUMUUr falling out and make it

Ham a tnajor-fttertl la the and b ..vy."r:. THE SUN JOB
OFFICE.it
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DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY at. 1905A U

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SOCIETY WEDDING. I' PREPARING RAW OPIUM. I J


tits Edith Chapman and Mr. James .'ozomUISion'I tlowr the Dr.K t. Taken Front t\.
Turner United in Matrimony. I. li>|>|>r and Made Into ll.ll.. ierhood I r :

\ One of the society event of the ea- The l'I''p"r:1| th'Iof "raw" .>|"nn:: In ( M r
-I .l4t rtli liulia is i rurrU. outi+ r ill.'\v> bj
on WM the marriage at I o'clock THE NEWS FROM ALACHUA. II In I''i l'rl1ur:. /1.. a ruh', t'!:.' I iri.,:! .. 11
esdaah..rnnun of Mi** Edith the I u D&tooda.re
( g 10"-.1." l Ui-: (110''''')' plttlt'a'I., '_ Hi.-;i -\ MOTHERHOOD they .
mplUb granddaughter; of Mrs.ilh Methodist Church Wilt be Painted. fall! How.r .. .I I ..f a height ,. ,... : .- Women whoso"lt.l h sapped

V.. Chapman, to James ; Mrs V. .niams' Generosity.Alachua. i fou.' (.'t... itcii stem l b:1\ !In_' I I. mi/ two ', by disease ifl"e.bl" to chitnttn'of -" ,

farner of Jacksonville which \1.1 :May SO.-Mis* May Dell of I to th',' frtiwulc. .* nf the Mlr.' i,f i ,llld,,'. l ,1I"\"n.\ In prt'1lIH\tlcyanI in childbirth weak-

t the home of the bride'* grand-: Trailer is ending\ woiiif limn here, src. Bi'furi* the rnl'| .. .it" |" ..r,-.. the fIIl..1I..tlll.I + of the |11.\\| other. Rev. Thoi. P. Hay of the First 1
the of Mr. ard Mr. S. C. l>t'11. m .
Kuftt I culior ami KOIM.-.I. .i..<',ril llmnf I, This great medicine drive out every wstisje -
fresbjterian Ghurch offieiatiuK.; The lies Maud :\18,1I1 ha.. returned fromuth..rlllnd. of inlUmuiation and weakness, andgives
I foiiilitlnii thrtw mutt
iii to In vriili'
air was a quiet one, only a few of the ton and strength to the delicate or- 'kg.tna
where 1111'ha. been
attending tb'u sin. !u'H..1'l'r I a >\\.1\. t nau(| child. The pains of
the
(lost Intimate friends of the contract- the Seminary. I fl>rlltO.
; parties being present. S. C Dell made H business trip to for the oo\crlnt: of the drat : \\ 'hen \-il \\1. oam.tff> which blast lit) ninny fond mother: cope'"*, ,
The bride is one of Gaiuesville's High Spring\! Tue! dy. I .vtf
lost Charming young ladies and Uanerally A ,'olb.ctlon ill i beiiiK taken U t) to < >'i gro.it skill. anil up''a it lui-!gelydclx'nd childbirth is C'OrTffttd'Wbrl' \ Wine of ('"", llIt i Is used during pregnancy.'
I .-.. \Vineof Cardui babies are healthy b bit'., because, during the ; 1t
admired for her amiblediepo.ition. + the ylolil Tb >|mnii rlU 'r
sweet -
paint the Methodist church, 'a'* Mi.. .r\ months of the ,mother able to give them nocttwary vitldit7and
and hU JI.I..tlIlt.+ 'allll'' \ ::1 suilllancv pregnancy
| The groom was for- J:. William made the lit'enl offer that strength.
I tike tool UU-li h..-> in-! .>. or
aerly a resident here, growing to man it the people would paint the outside .. With these facts presented to American women no expectantmother :
four short .harl': {pronto;. mod \\ Itb the re-tnforoemrnt that Wine ol Cardal
should ba satisfied without
ood In this city, but ft now interested
she would paint and carpet the inside till*. n half ilo/ou |1..r..tlo."I..r. .. | rtiNarv will give her. 1-'ffr111Iotbu should ba able to treat hwolf in her non .
rith his father in the manufacturing Geo 1*. Ohmtend i* rpending. a sew iiiado In ears caimul' tic -.,...,! |1..1| with this valuable medicine

ifeotion' business in Jacksonville. days with his mother here. of the | olq'y. This ,Julr. IM'HIIIH tn. flow Wine of Cardui can b* secured from any druggi.tatl.00abotUe.

le'is verypopular here and hit nu- B. W Cato is now at Hniford as lit ollit. but( illlckly| ,',,",;,
aerooa Gainesville friend. will extend agent for the Atlantic Coat Line. andF. .l 3aft 'r the thickiMiiMl. tine s i-nrt- rolycarp.and N..C.t in, Jan. II, 1902.tam with. the
of children pregnancy
the mother
seven .
angratalations upon him winning the E. iuinn is filling the place here fully gathvml. Iwlng .nll..1| .tT. with first*!*suffered nntold misery until they were born. One month before the
ind and heart of so noble a young vacated by Mr. Cato. a nniall. Iron tnnM-1. mud tti- IMH H ttnugnthonsl seventh was born I began: to take a bottle of Wine of C..hu.wbl..h gave nerelief '
It pill Into nil irlln-u 'cruel| bottle until the '
remainder the
used the
'! after three doses. I
taking
Mill Nellie Nash after delightful .
T a mud kept| carefully t>tlrr.*>l r..i :a uiiiiithliavi birth of cbil-l.and.'was stouter in three days attar the birth than I was la
; Immediately after the ceremony a visit to friend in Gainesville, has returned ur tunrc. 1l..llt ..are 1..1111 taken" to\ a month alter the birth of either of the first 11'1. I am Z9 Yf'1\rt MViKS. .
inch.was served, and at 2 o'clock the home. It well mm Iri..1. hut nut rvpu| ..sl. V. ELIZAUKTII trf4j'I'OltD.WINEoJCARDUI.

|appy couple left the city for points Dr. and Mr*. J C Bishop are spending to HM HUH. TMmaterial| N in>\\ t't-

the East Coast where they will en. thi week at Hampton Spring on Hinliu-d It l y ">\i{,,Tt h">ltt'r". who ilotermine -

oy a short honeymoon. a pleasure trip.SANITARY Its grade or nuallty. mud tI,,-n
--- the Whole' t 1-i put. lut.1I l.iru: IHIXh : .

MR. TAYLOR'S DEPARTURE. CONDITIONS BAD. \' 'ro It U "orW.tl very nuii li m thotanii _
> f.ivlilon as liaker' ,1.OIIIh to glue
-- --
(jaa Gone to West Point Where He.Will A Number of Premises About City Arein It tin rv.11111..1! (ttiisNt l "'n> \ The -. -- -- .
opium t N. tuixv iiuiilo Into l".ilU for ">K
Enter U. S. Military School. Frightful 9ondition.
port; (ti' imllvcrt \mud> alxiiu In the
Gainesville has a number of youngen The "good old summer time" i i. on large nlllO 1 t nltnkming tI.. push' Ilk, Attention !

| of whom our people have a right now, and the reporter note 't''t'rallll- dm if Hiul li.-iiiil It out t.) liiin-lrttlt of Turpentine Operators

feel proud especially from a miliy stance where property owner have bullmitkfrs Nlttlni; aroun-l the nxun ,

standpoint, for some of them are neglected to properly clean their premises Kvrry tuft II lias a plnrltl. drnsi. cup
Aiding( positions of high military rank and place them in a sanitary lined with tliu |1"1'11)i i tlr)\, i-i |I..tlclot tw.

[the regular army. In th. person of condition.It fore \him. Into pals Ip|. pr-.td the rto:.

let II. LeRoy Taylor we have added i* needles to refer to the dangerof ulntlon iuiiitlty of opium Krom
of
till* brims 'ui>, when. projHTly I'r"M,* other in whom the entire city will leaving these premises in inch condition slit,
the upluin hall IK trau"fVrrf.l to another -
snifeat an interest and who will a* such tilth is sure to produce man, do Ith| ,%" It M ''mtlrnr of .lacksonville, Floriila- urt now i>rvnuo: tch his career with pride. illness, and possibly that most dreaded flay ThU clues the tlriitr. ln-n r.'ndj-

Ir. Taylor having been appointed to of all diseases, typhoid fever. for shipment. the flues .... of a fntrraniuui contract with illth'lH.mthmt] < producers' and
,idetship at West I'uiut. left yester- The city should have by all mean alzeil ball.Vlnti \\ i-ll prepared -

tot that place where he Will enter through the summer season a sanitary In this iniinuer: opium will k....[> will tlat Savannah) prices for Hinin nut!
1 fur .' .' pay
Its lreIIH'I.tI flft ii ) "roc or
je at once It Roes without say- inspector. It i I. due the citizen of the .
tuoro. Ho f urc It run !I... 1111I..1 l thx t
[that his record will be a commendone city as a protection again dieaes '
either Jaok.sonvilloor '
I
opium ImlU tutee to IM broken up aivlfurther Spirits Turpcntino) ilolivor+ at
if hill friend here toe from unsanitaryconditions
are which naturally arise tr"lltf'fI.Tropk',1 ..hrkultur.t.t. .
| by his paittr. and it Is to b* hoped the of
Fernanilina Froo
( storage
Taylor went to Fort McPherson Honorable City Council will take some _ .

r day ago where he wa instructed. definite action in this direction, the PITH AND POINT.-. insuranco 01' conimisHion' charges.V ) art :, ...
art for examination.: The exam next meeting.All 0(1"ss

{ officer made an excellent report, I premises and thoroughfares Few tic lu""'* are' ae f&oil I u they hook also (preparoil to wuk j lils'advances.. [In- :.

(' b gave the young man a high mark should be placed in a thorough sanitary A little girl likes to take care of a ," .

|:rt..ry branch. 'ondltlon-end that at once. baby, but It'* clirfer.*iit with a boy. vestigato our moUunlH of shipping in tank

fr". Taylor as is the case with allen 1'eople (XHUpUlu a good tleal. Null

who are now holding positions The Richest Man in the World.' they bale a goal deal tu eomplaln CtI'tJl: will suvo you lots of mouoy. For +

tnk in the regular army is a grad- The richest man In the world cannot about.
of East: Florida Seminary. have his kidney replaced nor live without lK>n't lie too sure of youmelf. The' further information apply' to
,,., other fellow may only appear to tmfooletl.
-- -- it
them so Important not to neglect
r THEY WANTED LIQUOR. these organ. If .'01.., '* Kidney .
How often you bear the f'IJlr..I| STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO
,.i Cure i i. taken at the first sign of danger .
Negroes Broke Into Store After tie thtiikn) no one tin* any rl/ils hut ,
will and
the symptom disappear hltni>ef| "
Jug of Corn. health will t/... restored it
a
4 your Jack
If a lH'y in healthy too minute after aonville" JFla.
)n Saturday night; two negroes full lengthen and build. up these organs be ha. resrbol lioiiit fromli.....| tt*

i desire' to get full of old North a* nothing el.., will. Oocar Bowman, U rating suiiivtblutc.: .. ,

>lina corn broke into the tore of :, Lebaonon Ky., write : "I have ud Nome Oily the line <-.>nteM tit everyman
II. Cly.sU at Clyatt's station, on the I Foley'. Kidney Cure and take great when the most I ben .1.1 fur HUM* I G. S. MERCHANT & GO.

lesvllle and Gulf and were about I pleasure in dating it cured mo perms- around bliu In In |..< '.' ,ent.Ttsere |.
nently "f kidney dfeai., which certainly lUtatUr and Jobbers In
fet away with a jug which some are two "tn.ft l of lurk gall'
would have coat rn* life
my
an had left in the place, together lurk for wlilrh you tin.work 'and .fat
Hold- by J. W. .MeCollum Co.
i other good, to which they had --- - -- lark .lalfh *|1'1.<*ar unannounreul. Staple and Fancy Groceries
Atdll..n (afl'' .i,
pad themselves freely. Politic! Duel' Ends Fatally. ,
--- -
lie negrowere: captured and Budapest May 30.-Count BtefenKefflevttch
Saved by Dynamite,
ed over to a deputy United State was killed today by Karl rain Qarden Seed and Ftrlllizorit.
Kometlme (laming ,.ity I U saved t h ,
I bal upon a charge of breaking into Heucb of the people'. party In a ; a y y

bltt'd states pottoftiiie, the poor I duel fought with swor of heated dispute cross. Somrllmr* a being located in the tore. They lag was the outcome a IIlah.. market ,price paid for Chlekens. Kf.* and other rrut.....
taken to ()ca"'*. in the chamber of dnHi*.. Keglerltch long, you f..I.l if nothing but dyna .
- -- --- - ---
was wounded la the region oft] mil would eur its I' Gray of Calhoun .

Carload of Beds. the heart and died almost Instantly. (ia write. 'il I | wife had a very A OompUie stcwk of llsy, Corn Oat, flour llran. Meal, Cotton Heed Meal it
aggravated couch, xijieh kepi, her sad B'e. \V. handle only she VERY UKMT goods' the LOW
b ere ha been "omethit g doing"! I I .Four Drowned 'In James River. awake night. Two t.sy.i.lane> could KHT I'R/C'EH, and guarantee sattefa' ..toa at...,..

|he bed line in this city within the Springfield Mo.. May 80I", flank, .
not, help her ; n..hr look It,. Klnx'. -
p two day, especially In the put.e Gray, Miss I...)u Rhode sad MJs* boil. New f.eov.ry for<<,nn.'llftplion.cou.h.

i of bed, the Gainesville Furnl- R.hoc1and Miss SArah Oate, all ol, and cold, which easel her Company h.Y'III.Monday/ closedealwithW this' city, were drowned la the James her sleep, and finally cured her"
1-: Heron of the Heron river near here. They were m.m Htrietly eelentifle eur for bronchitis
Bed Company Chattanooga, and tbelr boat and lagrippe. At drug lores., price HA Time Table" In .If....,, April U. U(% .
tan of a p'.mic! party and ".(1' { guaranteed; Trial bottle .-- __ '0 "Fe" _"' ''IF" I'r ......... .
.. for solid carload of the pro- U '
a capsized while they were trying tr... t
'lions of this firm This I.i regardi ross a mill pond. No. t. I i s.
i nothing unotoal by this firm -- I T\. slits ., Mr T...\. Dally No. i.KsVt "0. 2.Dally.. He.I.Iflu.1 7 I1.I(I,

..e,. .(nee It I I. the third earload Mount Vsswvlwe"E"pt.. Ip.sklnir nt the Mxeewlark pnpatw Daily HTATIONH. I' / ; .. \
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i bed purchased from th. Heron 2hpl_. May JO.- Tte .rwp Mooot Vesttvia mntlne. the voU<.aej devervee 10 tw eatd lbt ttUU d.fivl.aey I II
ny &h.-.r. through' not rocfluetl to uoltt r.4 1M' Pa.. I
Oslaevills.ralture Company showing rlrlr new openings In an artlrl* on a political crisis la I,* A M.I.v, fM.Le AM' I'MAr PMArfM, ..
,", to, ,b. grawIcK la popularity which lava flows wbU")} the IrI'm..1S.f.j! Itexlaiw JaetUi )f,.....UUII' quoted the 7 44 21& .........Jta.J4.. .. . .... _. ... 1J: r IU6M
fa be SQironadlna .n'I""ry' I* r rrr.. : I of hie 7 M :2 (, . ? . . . . .1''''.._..... . . ,...... .. lOT Gal ,6
bon IbM aot to won t tthln U* day erd.repk>ti >7
) clever a.ht'A Th" ''uatl'ula, railroad: ba. 'M" OIl 7 44A . . . . . . DuDc"rvaa . .. .1 .. .u. i <'J
't;+ ;. _'; .'tit soh Powell' young have menJ the beta. nnl..J.-t) to rear. ranalccfthei sad per-ou..u.r-.U, .p iof txl for a. as :7flit . . . ..400u..w.., ... ... . . . . 12 M 6.Ia
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I. D. ; leg whet U called. a yulr.r pbvas.. 1O t t (ftlh . ,.. 111411..... ...__ . . . .jI2 a<> t ttia ,
k .batt.--- Clfl and Killed ft.lf- Tbe evprMMloa te qolte recasaooly 110 I.. . .... .".. ... IAat..hDO.toA.. ... _... . .iU. /G a *) '
:.r:, - 10 .II'-t..v rated ae .lao* by very rateU.t i eapU. > It M a .> . . . . b/f4A.p7 . .. .....i.' ... .. . 1! lY) \31)/ (
...,. >. O)( -TEAM.F Palafl.ld: N J May A ryaKal ren*..auter .* this $24 $4'I . . T. .Tac.... u_.._' . 127) :J)
'> 1.A.G1. Kr*.m.r. a yoaag wotaa'wits etareeeieo rail It aa Cateas, fee taeroaajra "tot. S 4AVl' . . . .ICJrIl.004..1 . ., . 12 Id I.'
MoM family be b a/it4 hi BcoteaPlains. : 'M' Jeb .rig aauy ... w M I M . . . . . . .CI.T."O. ft 104M
5. refaced to marry Mm. Pra**]I IUIlk1' I.e, ft te ate wafDs: ,. MelOk Jet te tM 4 1A . . . . .. MXita. . . . . . 17 CO
"l"'l' '. a mac h llt. .ho her Mi tM1.. ids *t...... tfe rkapear. .... .cIJ l ((4 4" . . .. . . .110.1rr Potat.. ... . . . .11 bW

..,,.\,:.,, ) a r.saw_lb's p ye t r I face cad u... ktUe4 kimaetf.Krawt&er .lyre! 'vsleilI : 110)LNw *. uj lLv ... .en. . J . . .If-----....... .I'I .. .70. 112: 10 W Atftft '410XM fII> ,

.f I'I. ,aaaw tM pwer la prWyeUZ f'"Wo6'11eo1. I aaa ar ped with tw ste e< cry 11 M II.,) 9 ., . .....BelUwi,.... .. It j; 4e4O o'
\I." 'pat IUt sofa ak -- 1Mdt.an..w 12 no S M t (AIX . .__ (,tyd1..... . ... . a < 1 >0 last Fir
A World Witfe Repvtytl.e4 tO 7 OB 7 17 __. ...Ora........ .. . . n t' 77 IKno .
' ::7. 1 A PoeHlve. H<<.../ity, IX $0 7 UAfi 7 211 ...,... (:ltd .. :,| 70 10
<111' Wit. C,..m Vermlfege a*. aehkt.d . .. . 9 ftO ,,10llJ . Ys uu.. U, b. 11. $ 4O pf.oo| a .. . ..
t a wand wide reputattoei .. a..<.s] Havisg te lay itpo .y bid for 14 . t . . . . . .. . . ,.. . . ..
{k !a. Ire U.. beet stf all worm 4",ry.r*. ... ....,. ,,. si a verely' br 'iee4 leg, I . .. ...,. i.ul. a AA. . tt .1..0117,0. .. .. 1'.. . 1 04 \ iw +11' I I... . ..
!g p+n- far lie toile UfloetM. ost weak Laid ... CM!* tooa4 relief whea I .... a a...... . ... . H' U |*, _..T.'Iab"tfol I.A. L. .. I'" Ba . ... . .
tN0. are! . . . 'll! 06 ll on s. sldteteia, H. t '. ..1 1 dr) . ..*.
.f N.IMsd'. Beow u. ...". I .
w\set t. thrifty aildresi. ai"is ....nrJ1... tke . ... .
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bale acidity a eo.n ... .f UUe .MI eB*.k. eWierfolly reeoeo. ..*>4 ll M ... beet . . . sill:
e rtrr. tDl.et ...,...... Uteir "lC'fta *.. sad aeeiwiUIMMI .....iaf. for Peal... .".. ...t t. u.. Ar Ii,"" ... MAr: r : UvAMJLvrM H....
w of food etrettcifceae their averv alt?*!**!. U barn sow tun... s poei. :
...,.. eo .f.....* ... ,. tte,... u... t. tJtaaieral sir* .*..**aU, silos MyaaU. -p. B. .....
1 d, Ialwve w)+ 1* U.sIsb. ng.t'lad .e..tJftt au, ....err. II'...... ...rjksui, Dov*.eettl., Tsa C Traia f sad 4 4o ae4 ma ...*...Os4v..*tIl. a4 r..w as las4ey. .

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(M DAILY TARIFF AND ,RAILWAYS. COTTON ADVANCING.

h-c; $ gtnn . I
THe plant for; work forvthe' Republi- The rise in the price of cotton is

can la both lfoussof the next Cone backed by substantial conditions, says

Entered at the Post Office at Gainesville.%:. gres, laid oat by President Roosevelt. The Cotton Trade Journal. While the A Healthy Liver 'MakesMan

aiiseeord-clas' null matter. are along line which matt produce leading operator seems to have called

' cold shills whenever the Republican the market well it is still true that manipulation A Well
H H. MCCREARY. Editor and Publisher.
members of House and Senate" permit cannot be held responsible
wS.. ASHLEY AHOClat
-- -- - Fdltor--- thfmselres to reflect. The President for the advance, though it has crept in +

JESSE E. BTTRTZ. City lydiLor.Fr ha pointed out 10 clearly that no man as usual to participate in whatever of

can mfsunderstatd that the present scattering profits were to be found.
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LOUIS J. BRUMUY tsen'l Travel!!)* Airent.
railway system and the ('xi.Unltartff; The actual demand for spot cotton appears 0

F. M. PREWITT. Sum. roroioslnaRoom*. schedules are both working untold injustice to he the real basis, together with

z to the people of the United unfavorable crop outlook, due to rainy
OFFICK:: I'OKTKR: DI.OCK.aG5 .
: W. Main Street ". TtLEFiioNK438Tun States. Rebates, under various names, weather grass and scant labor supply.
but none the less wrong are being constantly Cotton mill here and abroad have

DAILY SLK. published every: morning except granted to favored shippers awakened to the importance of buying mud saes
delivered 1 carrier in the
Monday hy city or '"
dittcrimmatinc rates which work untold their cotton to fill contracts covering
it mailed to any part of the United States postageIree : A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST PERFECT .
} :, for Jj. year; f .$" nix: month; Ji 29 three injustice to a majority of towns long periods ahead. The cotton with LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system
P month;or 50 cents for fin weelc_lrlcfly in and shippers at the expense of those which to fill existing: contracts for with Calomel Arsenic or Quinine. BERBINB is a guaranteed

advance lens favored, are the common practice : goods will require a tremendous quantity cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVES

and the government which created the and while there was no rushing and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without leaving
notices local column line
Reading in locrnU: a
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'w''k for 6r.t insertion\ and 5 cent for etch additional railways and granted: them their rights : into the market at the time goods!: contracts any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for frossi thatpurpose.
I One bottle purchased today may save you
t' insertion. of way is powerleM to correct th.II.1 were made for the raw material. a sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness, Constipation
Rates for.display advertising made known on ab'jsei in the absence of specific rate i spinners' in most cases hedged up and Dyspepsia. ?Malaria Chills, and all Liver
',i application.The I legislation.l The tariff is sheltering will now look to the seller to supply Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical profession

Twice-a-R'eek Sun 1.nn ..''cbt-pace.lorty- monopoly. I them. The demand for cotton goods generally.'

'iy ', column taper: published every, Monday and The "protected bog;'" have all four' not prospective, but already cerrtain.becau.e A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S

Thursday, and oonlatna alt the news of the feet in the trough. The trusts protected fixed by contracts trill call for ENDORSEMENTDr.
week_ocal, State and general and will be
mailed: postage free to any part of the United by the tariff, are perpetratingan lots of raw cotton none probably know A. J. Hannah, a leading' physician: of Umatflla,
At States: or Canada, for '1:011.: year-in advance.All outrage on American workingmen just how much It I Iii possible, therefore Fla. says: "I have been using' Herbine in my practice
by charging; two and three times the I that mill are preparing against and am well pleased with the results. I always]

advertising bill become due: after first real value for the product of their labor the evil of a future day by laying' cotton keep some on hand and think it a grand" medicine
appearance<>f advertlaement units otherwisestipulated for Biliousness and Liver Complaints.
to American consumers and telling into their warehouses in readiness
rf in contract. Parties not known to ua
;:. will be required to pay for advertising in ad. the same goods abroad for their real for any undue bulge in prices. The Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitutes

vance. Addreas, TUB DAILY SUN.CAUfu"II..La. value. These comprise some of the prevailing' demand come from both

4.: FLA. evils which the Republican majoritiesin home and abroad. Europe has been Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

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---- --------- - the coming Congress will be called particularly eager for cotton for sometime St. Louis, 17. S. A.

:,i The Czars fleet is not "in light" any upon to remedy. And it is not a Democratic and exports: being large for both

I.I'. more. Most of It "is out of eight" presidential candidate who has English and Continental account.

-- Informed the public and will inform While the absorption of spot cotton

;, Thanka to the Taps for giving us anew Congress of these evils, but a Republican has thus been in progrcis the markethas SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

y:? tack on the discussion of naval I president elected by unparalleled advanced, though not out of proportion "W. M. JOHNSON: : :;: G-a.i: .esvi11o.ei .

a movements In the Far East. majorities, in whom the people have to the existing wholesale con .... -

the utmost faith. If the members of ditions. -

f" Lakeland city council gave The News Congress/ do not act, what will the pen ".rei..ieieie dr ae. e ie.ra. .

f of that place-the city printing and The think? If the Republican members of The Florida cantaloupe is hard tobeat. :

Sun is pOD ring down Its hot rays on Congress do act, what will the trust These luiious melons are now

YvJ their heads do? These are the question which agitate i- bring sent to the: Eastern markets Ilf
from this You Are Insured.
section and
the men who have long won their I a sample proves
t4 them to be the" richest in flavor of .
r The idea of the United !States and elections because they were willing to I any

1' England having one' flag is getting too act in Congress as the abject tools of w" ever tasted. The crop i is large and 1

,J many In one bunk We don't under the trust and the rail"a,.. I I there will be large quantities of them .. In a Company that il Responsible. Have a Policy Correctly

; stand the meaning of the Union Jack. _----._-_.. .-- -- -- sent to market and if those producedin Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company r
Losses
---- -- Pays Promptly
other portions of the State are as ,
END OF THE FARCE.
: delicately flavored H* the Alachuacounty 4 I
Davy Jones must have had a hard

;,f time trying to pronounce the names of 'f1 e national puppet show has been i product, they will find a ready You Are Assured
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sale in of the ,
city
any The
i ; his goesta at tea on Saturday night brought to a clote. In other word., country.
They wrecked the wireless telegraph the Senate committee on interstate Florida cantaloupe is certainly a gem,
and there That no serious lOll cab overcome without have
are no improvements needed you you lame
in trying to send tht'Dto the press commerce has concluded its hearing t rduge.
on them. ,
and adjourned, as was expected: without
The action. has I ----------. '-'---- ----.-------- ,
Daytona lluette News" was Rarely more pitiable

", "sweet sixteen"" on Saturday last, and spectacle been presented to the public ) Fire Life eaild Health Insurance.one

rI it Is one of Florida's very ably edited gate than that Senators. Elkins, Do I. CONSTIPATION .

i, weekly papers. The best of success to liver Culloin. Kean, Koraker, Clapp

Editor Crouch is our wish fur the fu- and Millard, pretending to conduct an .'''.ear else rears I suffered with chronl con but Reliable Compaaiu Represented C
tore investigation into the advisability of stipation and durtnc ebb 'I.. I had to tok. ..a. ,
I lDJ.'lo. of warm water ono.TvrjrM boon bcfora
railway rate legislation when one Jza .*an action on my ": .1.. Happily < "
every ('a.eant.. and 'I
today am well 1
.When people make up their minds of these men was, in reality, deter .Uartaa-ffard. in Bntold. nln.ml.J....ry. with before Intoroal I used pile.a r.....Thank...man,.!"' I A. 1VIm: CUSH1\l.AN
In regard to the conduct of an official, mined frpm the start to distort the to you 1 am ,... from all that tblt moraine, Ins ,
can this lu
sac txbalf of andrrln
1 t it Is generally hard sledding to make faota and, nolens volens, make It appear B. '. b'erumaa5ti; ;: Ills Information cheerfully furnished GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA \

them think differently, even if the In- : that there exists" no occasion for
Jurlous statement does not contain the I remedial legislation Had It not been ?seal For ivedrve.ie '" iesaieieieoe

.; whole truth. too pitiable It would have been ridiculous The Dow.ls ------- -- --.------.--. ... --- ---------.- '-'--
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observe the obsequiousness t PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
?. The Alabama and Georgia people are the respective senators to their max

',art coming to Florida and enjoying the ters. For Instance, Senator Cullom cNtac.nwlvro Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.

melons and peaches as they are begin talked very bravely and almost ,

sing to ripen. A recent excursion had espoused the cause of the people -----. ---

upwards of 2.&$) bound from that section until the president of the Illinois Central Mea..at.P..bl) ..Po/n/T.at.Gnod Do Good. EXPRESS PREPAID. Hulk (ieodn-Jup* Fire-Xotl
5 .. ", .... Orlp... ... ........ Pnrp&l4.
to Booth Florida. Railway appeared to testify. Then N." tiltaan w. aw J. N.*,r Full Qc. Measure. 4Q\*. &QUI. lIQta.
. sold la balk'' Tb. ..aala. 'tbl. .tamp**! UCO.a fl.50 l Per Gallon:
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--- -- - -' Club Rye .57 es
Hunting H 00 7
Mr. Culloin "heard his muter'n aauaat..dbcanoryourmoa.lb..k.Ce.rtlag "' 1 uo Rye iln. Corn. Uood
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R.ra.dy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. Sox Nelson Count RJe. . . I OU < 28\ T M SidOI'rrCiaUon: ( .
The talk of tariff revision will\ pa voice, and,the scene was reiterated Dye'a Rre. Gin. Corn. Kum Fine quality.
AMNUAL SALE TEl MILLION BOXES Munorram V> 4V! ) 9 CO
out Just the same. as the railroad legislation when the representative of the Armour Hanne's "44, Kje . .. I T& tn<0 9 M nfl, Gin Corn 13-So!Ram.I'erUallon:

hts. "The folks at Private Car Company appeared .-.. .- Social Drops . .. ..... 4ta) "NJtOO.\ .. I'er test for: the nxmejr
home'I 'T .. ... .. .4' Rre, l'east and "pie
will never" get a "square deal" before the committee Senator Dolli- Mali \VblHker 3 7S 5 in 0 SO lirandy. Mellow
... rd by ore.
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Teach rtrttndr S TS ta (X) a M
r' hands of the Republican party. President vet cringed, before the official of the FOLEY'SHONEYooTAR Apple Uranrtj- . . ...... 31'& aro Den \1 line H.((' Per Gallonlctoria :
Hoo+velt cannot delixer thegoods .. .. .social tlroi: Rye. Medicine
Chicago Burlington: A uincy Rail Holl.adUID... . ... IN 411: 7 ES quality.

should he so desire.The road and Senator Clapp was obsequious OenevaQln .. .. ... .. 37'\ ft Oil s K ST LOUIS WEEK.FuNtaT : Per Doz.S .
.. North I'arollna Corn
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0.-.'--_-' .-_-. -___-_._- in his deference to J. J. Hill. As Mountain Corn. :3 n! 4& IV on) 1 II no//10 Neer . . .... sf
. .. llI\ra: Pale . J
Jamaica Itum I 'w 4 as! T J5! 00-
legislatite.chool board has been" for Beustors Klkins: Foraker! and ,
Kean Standard
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Medford Hum .. . :3 rs ft c" D>> W .. .. I on
the cause of more unfavorable coil they were openly antagonistic: to everyman > Drape UramlT '" 1 T& S W \) V) Malt adark . . .. I O.Klnf .
Cohurirer, . ..
ol Ke t r. llourbon 31r. s iv p M Impute .. I ot
meat than any other In the State, In who testified against the rallwa,.. Nan Ale. low .. . .. ... .. .. .. t..
v The original A-.rlmeDIAUowedoDAII Oooda of Same uutnoeva .""I&. pint' '*. .. ...... J"
speaking of a senator who opposed the Senator Klkins: sat throughout the hearing JVtce. I'rtces by be bbL on appUcatlon.I.KMI .
maintenance of the old of colleges with railroad ----- -- -- .--
, system a attorney on either LAXATIVE ----
cough remedy.
e a gentleman was heard to remark tide of him and obediently propounded 11'. AIAIIMNST.' HANKIE BROS. JACKSONVILLE.

, ft : "Why, nearly every person I In the! question which they wrote out fur Th. .. . . _ FLA.Jaa. .
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that county, represented" by him has him, white. Senator bran wa barely rOt.EY3 HONEY and TAR U tm hO

f for the put thirty years tKot'Udueatt'd short of insulting: In his method of interrogating a Tallaw p* kaf* Refuse sbstIIM&, M. QaanaM. President II. E. TAYLOR, Cashier

tti ', at the East Florida Seminary, and i iii' if witnesses who opposed the .......red .nly by Qao. W. Hrra. Vle>President LIB: GRAHAM, ,..,. Cashier

he had not been deprived of its opportunities interest which he represents. ...., a 0......"'. c"......
I to Improve the mind he wouldlur..l THE FIRST
For Sale by J. ft'. XeOllaM A f'.. : NATIONAL BANKOZB"1
q have stood by the Seminary." Deafness Cannot be Curedby -

i --- local application, a* they cannot I MEN AND WOMEN
I G A._T
Over on. and uoe halt billion pounds reach the diseased portion of the ear., clan. mm I...s.aar.J NES'PILL E.
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of butter are!! consumed in e..y. di
anuuallJP There it only one way to cure deafness, a.w..w.. Irntur.a THE
the United States, accord\ug\ to Clarence and that is by constitutional remedies.Drafnet man a C wm.mM ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA CO ]

.J r It. Lane of the dairy division of I I. caused by an inflamed condition '. atrimwglsaOL iiar. ,
' the United States Department of Agri Capital. . - . . ee. . . . . $50,000 00
of the mucous lining of the .a a tams
culture. Writing In the June Cosmopolitan b ftM U. fwsi
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Kostacfclan Tub. When this t.jfIs aa N t LIU. si rf. Surplus and Undivided Profits.
uu "Hatter, Cheese and Condensed inf CtrawiW awl M M< JO.OOO 00
anted have .
rumbling
r. JOG a .0.I1..rImruffoet :
Milk as raetory Products," D a. *iJa>atT.ly a setisi ....-. wits r"Uhl.. ....
when (I. A - so say baaa !. k. .
and
: hearing it entirely tile _.-.f Term.,. W.'IuIa...C % al N a.ib7
+neporst/oY..N.
Mr. lane say that factories have now dosed b _tel SJT&t.weal ...._ I.tet st anowM
deafaeat la the" result, AU trnsa.....w'usaps yU.
almost wholly transferred the making and unless, the Inflaronrn: : no can b. E. TAYLOR. Caaht,,.
l' of butter from the farms The milk PATENTS .
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taken out and lM iut fv < -- 4 tit It* - ---- -
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producer co-operate In prcanislajt, normal condition, basin it h> destroyed --

} building butter factory, equipping and and disposing mincing of the t lu I. forever; tin rt>sa out of lea U.: D r.JtJ == FIRE LIFE AND B. F. JORDAN
are caused, catarrh, shish U nothing ;:'.:t-- tr.as.m - m.r4 <
products In a factory of this kind allexpenses bat an Inflamed condition of the mocuti -, ---.. IN "..., GouNTNta.Ievlw ACCIDENT LH t.
:' ate deducted from the grot ,a..rf ...,5 W.aq/sr. MM Amt
surface _+4**n titfatret.GASNOW.
receipts. of sales and the remainder dlvidi W. offer! One Ilo&stred Italian Reward Pabst M4 ...,.....U I t wa.tle.lata.sfrly.wrmw I TBS OLDEST'; '

I pro rata among the pttroos upon for say sue of d.af.... caused. by III sass s.a--_--..... sass: M.a O..a AND BEST COM I INSURANCE ;
*S. basis of the milk or cream contributed catarrh thai cannot beeured by Hall's .M.TOW D. Co
The use of machinery and I Catarrh Cur, PARIES ,1'1

of various testing appliances hM ';ult* I F J- CucBYAO\).. Toled o, 0.
,i revolutionised aa04ua Uairylur The u./ld>> bJ drogftsu.; .*(o. l i ,'
article U fully Wa.aua\w. Tak. HaF's Family Pills for eoasll.

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Thirteen Solid Cars Left This City Via tomr of Thrmtirk Out \ err Well '

''I WERE IMPRESSIVE Seaboard Monday Night. I In She Luna Rue Jj01vIS THE TiMEOAINT.Memortndum

Notwithstanding that the truckers :Many |">oic vli.iuii to lx*! toxvh.irlt ., ,

d"ilare the j <- > have strmtuf:: n I ij of carryltiK aperlanl .... .+":. ...:=' :..=::: r sW
cucumber
I : season i is about out their ides Smur ......._. _.. .. .,. . ,. _.' .. .. ...__
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MM ago! anKiiclUhnuiii .4. .
Ceremonies Were Not Elaborate t at ar.-eud the is _...__ ."' .. .. ... .,_ fI_... ........._
I movement yet quite. : ::: uamfil' .l .lift." MOSH: lefty .r. M_+ ... N. .. ... ./ jAlote

But Very Impressive.A 'Mvejy. a, wa evidenced by the fact I I :
i I Monday night, when the Seaboard AirLine i I. \vliK-h w':1" to pro i tIN' the K:: II", lit 1 .'r. .,1', !invert, mil, JUMP .rr 'iM.r..il o the "lilr"-ih* one great requle j ;
I| hauled out Gainesville. thirteen conltii. ;:: to the will of u sad blue vl if* ol find I riini for hS: then >H. v.d'; s>"".and the turt usy lo get the
f LARGE CROWD ATTENDEDLew I solid carload of encumber*. Five I I or" for us inrtity ug'.I i atilt 1 1'.Mr tnouli pure Ircsh ImvrJtl, is 10 Mrs the ...1 l aid

I oar were from the grower" of what i.* : nil 10; In tine Unvtl.Siiuu1 4nlocnouara

Wallace Post. G. A. IL Were | known as the Gainesville di tri<*t. while !I > eirs en a "'1.11. !iininn ntirntxl '
i lloinnv ilu'd; anti 'Ivft to I the p.r| Assisted in Ceremonies Sto"lewall eight cars were delivered! to the Seaboard I '
by' I
: town ii I fete agree of no tn.it vii tliN. riurate'v Fur A-rrv fa!!'t vl A'initt /''',nl ,..v ale gjlivt .', li"Sftc01..
Camp. U. C. V.. and Both Chapters by the Gftine.ville .\ Gulf; coming l'..r niiiti tuna! two i.'u.ui.i-, line I.nula Inn 'inakct two eilkifi* ot-unu.. rjtlt 'loc UM011 then know" that the punt y
from points south that line. y"u'l'C' putting ono ir hose ili,rilir KcnAuw ...11. in n. and paint It not
U. D. C., by Decorating Graves. on j U-Mttl' oily a few tlnii.u: a > <'iir. The I paint' unless II ...nl.un, l ,.( rcalli purr oil'c Hill) funhrt, Opt! MI the tirtucs .1.
The cucumber movement from that lieare-l, I/t';/ tO"U invent to sl'rt'iI| l I cl KmkxK: 1'iini ,it >>
Union Memorial 1 Pay in Uainesvilleivas ''[ ,section has been eptionsPy heavy and l 'I''ui hook In till'-'' la i Ja.l Tlie tai)

properly observed by LewVallace, I this season, but prices' have not been uo Us'rrasn il) aumfin.rl.i _" ihut tmlaj I & PHILIPS,

Foal No. :25. Grand Army of the lie- encouraging.r tlif r.', "Ulh' from tlu>in aiuoiiui-t to ;
QAIN1L13V t 1 1i.11: I."LO DAA. f
public assisted< by members of Iont!. >*eday night the G/xinesvill; & Gulf o\t-r $)utsN I n "'ear Kn'iu this stilt i r ,
sixty right blur iwic| | ..hlt'II..t"I"C I I .!IfU..tX" lank co""y"
wall)) Camp United: Confederate Veterans handled three solid ctrloadtof cantaloupes
of <":n and t\\i' four ol hl l
> a year<< nt.' mienstd |
both chapter of the United from the farm of Cave 11.,211.11) live n-iu C.MMini cnjiiy auI1IUIII.1 -_. - .. ..
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Daughters of the Confederacy, and Ft. I>rane, who are among the most - -- -
\ iMwoiit \>f jf-1": l Im.idra.A i l r r u_ t -
friends. extensive planter. of melons in the -liuil.tr iharll !n.'Ii hai l bcu'tltnl

While there was nothing touching State. This firm has handled four m.inj 1"'f'III.| | l i> Ilitl fnuiuletl. 1 b>.

tipon elaborateness, the services were solid carloads. from their farm this "'1111.1111 1'1"11'1 Ini .,.,.lIh tif left

interesting! and impressive! !! the beauttfnl sea' 0(10. which are the only solid carload lailil \ :alth..lut! a. few th"II"III.I: ,|b.II.lrv U. C. V. Reunion

ritual of the I r. A. R. having been movements yet rtcordei m the for 'lirl-.Hu.l gift I.. li., in'IMV f,-liovtovMixiiuMi

employed at the The rl'\ ..nn.' li.io nv JI.IHO:, I
cemetery.Ey county. ________
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t..1! into tiunilrisl and tI um of <--
invitation of I.ewVallatte 1'0..t.. To See If Japs Are Poachers.Stattle. : :;awl' I U now llxtrU>uh.l l a uirutlly'\ In theto'vn. : LOUISVILLE KY.

the invited guests assembled at the ( :SO. Horace A. Taylor, Of thN > IMS U I
: May gum 111.1"i enfoiuriliuteil '
VEHV LOW RATES: \ I ASOUTHERN
court house at liSO' : ( o'clock, where s-3i .tant secretary of the treasury.ta . t to w loi.il I ti-< II II kit I H> hkltitkt ;

carriaK** were awaiting them for conveyance rtRl'bt'd this city from Wn&hlnu. mi Infirmary. lice' of the Hiratic

to the cemetery the on'y' ton and states that order have been ('Ht ,'I' three' cliailtlr* |\,1'''v Uloil ii mini RY.

place where ceremony wa performed.The issued for the revunno cutter Perryto of llloll.M with till lllll'itiull that "Oil I
Smul Ii,ij after dlvlm. ..<.,ruMI* >.r-
ladie* brought an abundance! of start immediately for the A'eutian! i
s
fragrant rlower, which was suflJeient! Islands to lis.N vr If. JIL pxno..i' Ashermen inou fui'Uat't.1.>f tliinli llirixvlns/ <>:uM)brand!I.r an nn.niiiiiuil! IMM>.C.-..1..1 $ 17 I 8 0 H.\lH'U.U: '- |: Iteturn m, LUl'I'alI.I.E. : $ 17 I 8 01'11.1 '

for the decoration of the grave; of are poaching In American wat rII.
of the ibiirdi sUv'ple 11I1I.1I1t) tinHp<-<> l I.\ from other ,. Ticket will b.. sold
I'rnikvrttnnate rates units
every departed hero, bith L'uion and If it Is found that It Is no. Mr.I Taylor ;
of tiitoro and /:1\111'< Until all. 11 n" cut June li>. II. I':. tat: with llnxi, I.ntvtJune lit Can \'U.u'.ll1ntll| 1 July
Confederate. asserts the department com- tOIII war ,>MtallllHlllM. | |ltWO \\ ut11.'It..Utathrr | 10, UW,, by depositing nekoi 'ni 1.lIlilvlll. ant paylitK fee of oO) cents.
The ceremonies were simple consisting mace and loi>or will, take the matter l'ni'tlfout! :1. t this by u man

only of an invocation and readingof ,: in hand and endeavor to stop the operations tiamfil Henry Jniif. of Loinlun lie The Official. Route )o"uri.IA.t..rAII.. ahll
fNendewill I.a" Jack-
a "The" Soldiers' Keee- of the fishing fleet. \va nn rid didnii, t ii-r. lio Ih..1 l In
poem. I duly llle In upecinl lit risu.tl PiiUitmii sleepiiiir liars. and Uty Oonoh, ;
eional," t.y. I'r F. Ilullock: ! "and the tlie clgtttrru' .....t1ll1r end |bud l cnUHliI\ ? 4JV: p MI -June 11.| VIM. Ailnn' M < iis.Mitiuh.Kn and. 1..ln'ln" arrive td q,'

usual ritual ceremonies, concluding Woman Cruelly Deserted vralilimoney. lie li-ft a HUIII of nnuie 1.4> with the decoration of craves. Macon, (in. May 3d.--A woman who > the tiiti-ri'Kt of wliiili \\ II" to I") ply I'MMenKer Ortlcv. I'*' \\ it IMJ; Mn ft J () I.IIHK, 1) I' A. Jack

withholds her name from the officers spent| annually In lr.wl.ltllll "four oMwomen son vi I If. r In,
This was one of the most largely:
functions was. left at a house near the Southern i I I wit It green \ ulf'h'ftt.. to belaifit 1 .__ -
attended ar.d mod interfiling
depot Sunday night by a man whose I,, with\ srw: -n gnlliMMi Inro nn of the kind held ill Gainesville in .
she 1 1. ileliverfl\ to tlie women tin or l>f I
name: she will not tell and today _
recent year, and the committee on dead. She fore ]P.N>. :u. HO that they iliA) I..' turn --
is the mother of table both
arrangements of J.t'w.lla Post on ciirUtiiiHit .lay"1VI :
Is In a critical condition and has not
deserve a great deal of credit for the lltuin llnblniMiii. one time ktierlff
excellent manner in which everything been Identified. The city physicians of the town in wlilili li.. ll\ .-.1.l conlrlvil Fay-Sholes

worked. hA\e been summoned and are making to have liU, nx tui rv kept| Kr:: '-''ii nt a
an effort to save her life whll. the ninth smaller cot tliau 11I1111II"'"

MISS WIMBERLY'S RECITAL. officer are trying!: to ascertain her I w'nil
name and that bvlleted to have coma bis. will !h. directs Unit every Typewriter Yr

Macon News Pays This Young Lady here from another point I "lirUtniax il..y twelve' |1.\1\ IM of band! J

I should !M' given to as muiiy i liar who
Compliment.
a Deserving
.'J. Mara Canals I own. Hut In oriler! tn lomllfy for llieloaveo At'K O\fU"U.:1J: : )
Of a recital pivrn ty l> )AVimberly rr.: x>mlngton, Ind May ao.Word the 'widows iiiimt I'noll..t themselves
Tin: iilt1'alt'llIsE:
teacher of elocution in East Florida wan received hero that Profess C [ at the tiHitator' grave and r-

Seminary which she tendered as a O. Ijimpland p former student !In the calve their ClirtMtuao gifts over the : OM I 1 lit: MAUKITI : r
The l I ... ... of their l"II.Cact..r.-\.w:'
benefit iu Mseon recently lIaily of Indiana university. 'D.
astronomy department HUH I Tabulator
New of that city ha. the following to but now connected with the Herald. .
) KrTDOARD 0
Y --' -- .unlvrRcAl I -ONEvery
*ey : Lowell observatory al flagstaff \ l\lnchlnu.) "

\bout f>".' people attended the recital has photographed the canals In Anr.1 I EVERYBODY WANTS A TIP.
I.
of Miss Clara Minter \Vimb-rly at planet Mars This, It I III

the auditorium last night and were the frat limp In the history rrf science 1" /. .f we AmrrlraH Wen+..aWkIe I.lKhtrst" Shift' l.ljthtrst Hunnlnjfl J The '
entertained her charm- have been sccompllshed ,I t lattl.a ..le.. .
thoroughly by that such remills
| Wrllrrs of lh. .uMU.III
ehlfJ\lhm\ toIl..d
One of tlie thine::* that HUM! nutonUli |
has
ing way of rendering the negro dialectand professor Ijimpiand
you with regard i<> (!). 'orkll'lr, <'lu*<* the Ksy.MhoIr.. More Kay-Hhol In
impersonations.. The change In secured twenty view of the canals.Florldlan
Italian In. the |M-rfect franknmM with)
Osliiosvlllr than other 1II.<<9l1loe.
when imitating a manor us any
voice
the young which li. nhowN hits theatre for II tip
old time darkey or a negro house Charged with L.re.ltY. :No.; false modesty tll.ur' it You a

girl was' remarkable. tfiterald.. fia.. May SO.-Bh rlsT D. i may tIOR)4\tlm tear that you will for "

"At the opening of the evening' en. A. Mclnnla came here from Inwlnvllls get It. Let such fears fi>r"vi
tertainment. the orchestra rendered an in search of a young man* by the name II. won't let you He will fol/nw yon,
THE SUN Gainesville Fla. ti
overture following which the lion. of Jackson who Is wanted at Palm anklnc you If Inn liav jour |>nruiMi| ,

John T. Boifeuillet. editor of Th. luacti for some time but have bees wben" lie sees> It In your hand or If you

introduced Miss Wimberly inappropriate vlwltlnw relatives here the past fdaya. know the way out when h*. linn lust

News Mrinnls left on the ..,.ala| i told It !,. you. 11," whole\ |..ur. (MfptiUtlnn .
word which" he paldMies -
:In train with his prisoner who will be of Venice U abMolutply' nail In Harxlill
Wimberly high tribute, and also Mrs Jackson rsmaln > ...ttloii of a 'il.-silrw for any mnall

bestowed praise upon the member of tried -In l her Florida.at the home of ar mothr. sum of money tl." '.. rly' nosy throw" THE EVERETT HOTEL

the Macon( Police Relief AssociationIn It. Tlw fblUlren. ..n* and nil timkcidemaiul a ,
Mrs. MarkUn.lIk.
whose behalf the recitation for a w.i'lUx .. a matter ct
given were, - -- '-0(",,,.... It N N ....rt (.f.it1''t11l1t to .*, .3:J5 W. Bay St. JACKHONvII4I5K: Fi.ortn. '
""I.. lv..._.. I .. ,
Ii. Wimberly first sketch was cry fi rHgT'"r casually a* a |>brso .tarM..rel
At a woman's club inrvUnst In NewYork .

Isam's t S-pwtacles This was very : rt"r *ntl/ a woman who hJ tna Suaagr.Coming. from its bath yon f,.".- lli.- ('..tralllalrd l l, lh.r M (hly repo/red/ sad ra.vatr
heartily received by the audh nc". a witty <>i>r >rh about men In oocral .
rlrl .h haS ..Ar6l"* of the' LaltdermwIf -* Ear.peo.; I'J./ ..
Dr Planner Ju-et' was the neiton | wa asked. by one of the memtwrsj If yo i Bunt she i I..* a d'MUrii way of M1I.MASON'

the program. The illustrations of the ( ate court tell.just what was the tn..in- I making! ba'r.elf| Iu--.I.I- ..*tt llrtmyou : Propr.Letnr'Tfie '
fio.. log of the .ipr....lc n. "An average ,
voice and piano was very (f fn1.. Atwl d. hut allay your trust
Uncle Kdinbura's I'rownin' was tosn." "Of coor< I can** she prompt. tale., .aUnt"U I'f the U..u.rbL. she

next on the program and this sketch ; ly n-pll..l. "1 tblnk an average man la msy not tc.r.I' yoa. (w. tcti .i>*. /1ADFMTII.LE'" $. r.HuutTr.JU.wRT.
one wbo smiles' and looks pleasant all it 'In tare fat
showed the negro in his juy and bl' of a fane pta f luctuury CashGrocery
lb.. bat wb" h.
day at office n roan twrotla After 11.1 you fro U.., wusu $
sorrow, as told by himself !, horn seta .. 'T'IOee as a l bear with| a an who t.ka.. . of your' t ar.* ai 'l u

'How Honey Got Lost was very errs bead just so b* can make ap UHaverag jewelry It"q' '- her .no'tglt ales
indeed and la fact the most .." .
amusing
drags eat fr'I', 'fns tr.r ,rr..s sr Alachua Pool Parlors
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sketch of the evening Co.
laughable '. dlatogts
'h.wp mirror' lent so"mateauhr.
Whar Misses lr.t> Ar._.* It.
Honey' was found Jut slat ale."+ 3"M la tank Into It
rtDcaDWb.t alls face?
had put him yes anal a.. bow (ru lihlf oak bit .
n.a.po-The wutnaa nwld >
'' How Hal Came Through.' the last can l_ o.11 ." In spysar. li.fureIt
tw ravine of this ntomla'a nw_lo
the bslappreciated f .. Mtt t. r,., < to few I" uiil woman -- -
the was < "t
number on program '
Oo 'kx wld .1 t tlor & CO.
nxwh. nnn s:II.j>- >. y J R EMERSON
:. ''. of all. It showed bow agTO *. ma.b Is too .oftn..lIoapa- ..!... lira r"1 r....r bathing *ult. ,
t bf I..- neat Hot **'! 1
.
If y
: ;'-',.. girl; got religion The chant. Oh. sb* dtda't step to tak It from tbspotlPbiadvtphla yes u - lAAa&44t lu tin. Porta-r Blo k, smith
<<"".11I .ttolt wli! c. ywn a .<,. that
both 041. Three flrsl-.Us. ,labl..
:gb. sang and her prayers were Lrdgev.Qllda l qoae.
Uiin
d'jn't lit yell or U tall of A rats f.r JoneS aryl all4 .
ftfd'IJ portrayed by )via Wimberl,. ( IlKhU, "rumps<< "> irt "
.._ --crt. Wb.et 'uo g' ., t nil U. lrrr.*" tut a.rta*>. Th* pwbli s laeorUtally Invited
r*,,ital was
.;.lilies Wlmberly I I. a splendid eta I goin g to prmwI .upgn.. y- press YMe f" Ct- tau. 11'l.e>" lass get lain n.lta'11..' nr. lit
' '.,. Her tn p ,rsonailoo aDd g"ieke'so'. w n..1 tnmu wtrsdraw. I
j i both baste to your heart) Kat.-Tkat y..rtt
.' reeitatiocs are faltls Thel r was impo+JUU.. MItMrt was la my at cin... ts,. u steps with a I....,.r.J ,

agtft.4 young Lady was given an prootb at UM ttB.>-IbMtnci Ti+.eetfpt. ... atSr1t awl .,'!. .. 1""I' Lk ........,..S We hive the Choicest Goods, 9

last e".DilS' as was so richly: I. M arm t+s Wteb joss art ytl

\ by her talents lad Itra.f'...** T'rrifiC Hse With Du IK.IVshi of your *>.'.. .'Ia.. base. you frsnoOr on our daily n. NORTON
fct a > Kb a iMotMl slink
?* was lest auvoe.eblolr"wnt. .
Aches and Pains.Josi. sal a irUh'-w-J lam tWst a I IU, ..... ) * XU.... .
O.irR Ralph F. r.'seasM.s o* Tamp VU.. .*... If you Li' 1u*t f_t u.. wsit

; 3omn.r. nr.mood, Tn.. d..cr1triag hU fcarfsil n e- with death."as Nit* w m ft* ..' '' . 'atwpIoy.'" rrr.m bleb l" t.W.I, per peek Urn NO'l'lONS +
!A.ri 15 1A "I have os.- .. .t.4 11'...... hCele.
8aow Uoin.at in my family dU a**, whsth had rot>tMt 11M of sleep sal ,wrd.I I t rS "p .twrT WIll ,. .. fill.. lag AND

I. ,..,.. I..oaScS. b# with. and of all l..s.r..' i* 1if., I had IrUdcltj to.. t.. aa4r .of' ., .hi.rea rnatt.e.Atgusa.ut a Cara Cora V*

boas, I have used it onlrl mall Ii iferea ido.ie' a..s 141..raJ III4Ict : _ g Cass r.a. V. NOVELTIES.t .
and vatil Ito S CaM T.*KAU<*., S Ib. tAoa. Ms
< for growing paias ( .., but lot no b** n&, begs .. "
aaes, It eared bar rub .*. JJ.oUM Blit.rs. !!>II.-0n4.r. 'I..... .. I**, 2 (:.e.. bslorand Trralpi.rftreb . ="
2',.... t*
v'e also os.d it for frv t bit I fa) WM Iheit ...d Ibst I. Ur. day JwAa..a 11 8 ..joll was pa ..... p6c. runs r.... (?alit'.

Ut\ good IO e* s., .It U ttI t:, I f.lt like a **- mac sad t.tar I ass .4 !.boast.ar.-U.,.t.. ,.. s.' '...'year.gN..hI-. gaud/ ,..v/W fods AU Orders Irsmf4l r w.Phone MIIH. J. A. A1IMONSniss

t wetS used :::5 alu.t .. eared of an n>y tfOQt.J O..,..- .
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,6 r THEDA1L; SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 31,190 $

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NEWS FROM ALL "Women generally go against their SEA E a A. D
nto1 N own best Interests,don't they?" a blond .

girl asked re ectlvel,.. Her companion
PARTS OF FLORIDA t CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS at one.ofbo e cozy little tables In a Air Line Railway

&st Coach Sjrov T tes Good.UM downtown shop that give one a chanceto

IM In Mm :oldbrdreptstar rest a few minutes after the matinee . FOR . .
' a and talk over the play over a cup of
Brief Happenings From Various r; .i 'i'ii L J LI chocolate only smiled and the blond
:
Sections 'of State. continued: "Do you see that little one Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern.

'- act comedy at the table across the

THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS 6ITUATION IN CHICAGO. room? Madam over there came In Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
with her husband and a cross frame of

+ Strike Expect Many Additions to mind awhile ago. Perhaps! It was a Baltimore Philadelphia
Transpiring; in"The: Land of Flowers." ington ,
Their Ranks. new hat she couldn't have, but anywayshe ,

Things! "Boiled Down" to Suit the Chicago, May 20.-Additions: to the wouldn't talk to him at all, and be New York
k made Innumerable efforts to be pleasant ,
Busy Reader Items of Interest to strike forces waa expected today when
I was thinking what a goose she
all the firms In the hardwood lumber
' All Ctaaae .
was when another man came In, the
l men's association begun to make deliveries .
P. 8.Harle has been nominated for to strike-bound firms. Thereare one she .Is smiling at now.' Both bow. Three Elegant Trains Daily.
madam's husband Invited
ed to him and -
mayor of Palmetto. 25 lumber firms In this association him to theIr table, and madam

Pith &; Fitzgerald open a law office employing about 125 team driv for the sake of appearances of course- Seaboard Florida Limited.

4 In:Dsytona, Jane lit. ers. Twelve of the firms are on strike she couldn't afford to be disagreeable
I
.Jacksonville will have five new cars and the other probably will follow. before him-began to chat brightly. Seaboard
; added We are going ahead with our deliveries Chances are she doesn't really care astraw Express.
J$ to the city railway line
said Theodore Fathauer, president about this newcomer, but she Is
: The acreage of cotton planted this of the association, and by night I nice to him. If site bad as much wisdom

year In Florida Is about the same as expect every driver in our line of our as I," continued the blond "she Seaboard Mail.
that of last year. would have been as sweet to her bus-
business will have quit. We are readyto
t lJ's'' '&er. B. P. Miekel, D; D. of Lire replace the union men Immediately band-much more worth while."-Minneapolis -

Oak has accepted a call to the Presbyterian with nonunion drlv ,.. and anticipateno Tribune.__ MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe

church at Perry. delay to our customers.
Warning. SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED Is a solid vestibaled train composed -

The grasshoppers helping themselves Georgia Normal School 1 Closes. You cannot have good health unless) exclusively: of new Pullman equipment-Dining Car Double Drawing
I to the growing cotton and corn Room Sleepers, Stateroom and Observation Cars-operating between St. Augustine
We in Taylor county, and are cutting quite Athens Ga., May 3&-The tenth your kidneys are sound, for the kidneys and Jacksonville to New York, Washington, leaving St. Augustine
a figure. commencement of the State Normal liter the blood of impurities which 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville I :20 daily except Sundays.
school closes today The large audi- otherwise act as Irritating poisons and
wants to be recognized *
Apalachicola torium was packed to the doors with break down the delicate organs of the Only Line OperatingDaily
of and the arrivals and
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as a port entry,
people who had gathered to take part body and cause serious trocble. If yon
clearances mentioned the Associated Pullman from Jacksonville to New Orleans
by Through Sleepers :
of
ft in the religious exercises commencement hue kidney or bladder trouble and do

kfrtt Press. Sunday. The services were not use Foley' Kidney Cure, you will
The Lakeland colored people hare opened with the song, "Come, Thou have only yourself to blame for re- For full information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard or
foe the which Rev J. write A. O. MxcDONELL S. O. BOYLSTON. JILL
their Instruments after
organizationof Almighty King. .tilh. as it positively/ cures all forms of General -
Asst. Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent,
a brass band and the white folks are J. IVeuneit, of Griffln. offered prayer. kidney and bladder diseases. Sold by
planning northern trips. Miss Louise Dryan of the senior class, J. W. .McCollum 4 Co. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

sang a solo "One Sweetly Solemn --- -
v Col. O. C. Poet has sold the Colonnades
Hotel at Seabreeze to J. Giro- Thought." The baccalaureate sermon LOW RATES CLYDE LINE
J. J. DenD..tt.Alabama .
? Hen of J>Pittsfield)1.... The hotel will was preached by Rev. ---

5 be eondoeted by Qeo. II. Bennett. Bankers Adjourn. Via Louisville & Nashville

The Continental Hotel at Atlantic 30. Th state
Mobile. Ala.. May Railroad.The
.
Beach will be the attraction for Jack bankers concluded their sessions and

sonville and other cities during the chose Annlston for the next place of following low round-trip rates

summer. Jane In I. the opening day meeting. The session was devoted to from Jacksonville to various points

The Goals soap tree is canting( much short addresses' by various delegates' North and West will be in effect on .

comment. Wonder if It produces the and visiting bankers. The following dates shown. Proportionately low rates

.1 oft kind Editor Harris of The Banner officers were elected for the ensuing! from other pointglLOUISVILLE.. t

the trusts he is year: J. .". Johnson Greenville, president KY -Rate 40
td is using on so graciously $16 account -
I defending. ; s'.. M. McKtsroy, Annliiton, vice United Confederate Veteran.
president; E. J. Buck, Mobile, secretary Reunion, June 12-13 Inclusive. with final TRI-'W'JdJIEIECI/y: S... -:[LIt'fGSBETWEEN :::
Jude P. W. White of Qulney celebrated and treasurer, AfUr adjournment limit July 10.

his Seth birthday anniversary delegates lad gueala wre tk aon PORTLAND,OREGON-Rate fi0.90, Jacksonville and New York,
t >May tb, and he received the congratulations the revenue cutter W1nna to Point account Lewis A Clark Centennial Fair. Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C.. both ways.
of his hundreds of friends Tickets sold certain dates May 23 to
Clear, where! a banquet was .."ed. '
The Finest in the Coastwise Service
and neighbors. Sept. 28, with final limit 90 days. Steamship

it The Sunday ball game at Jacksonville Juggling With Dynamite SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELEd. Clyde New England and Southern LinesDirect
: CAL -Rate tRI 80. Tickets sold
between the home nine and Savannah Is no more dangerous than to neglect certain dates April 10 to August 1*,inclusive Service Between JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON and

was the biggest thing of the !kidney disorders. Fole,'. Kidney Cure ; final return limit 90days from PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points

season. There &OOHavsnnsh fans corrects Irregularities and has cured date of sale, not to exceed Nov. 30. Calling at Charleston both ways.SDEUWLI .

present and Tampa also sent a big del many severe cases after other treat DENVER COLO.-Rate $42.65, account : 'JUJIEEBII/Sr: SAJLIN"GS
International Epworth League
egation. mfttit has failed. It builds up the worn Convention. Ticket sold June 29 to Southbound. Le. .' Wharf, B ton

The Oad.d",n County TJmes: say*; out tinsues and remote health and July 80, inclusive ; final return limit Northbound.. .. .. .. .. .. . From Foot of Catherine St., Jacksonville
"The Gainesville Hun uUimi for It. vigor "I was troubled with kidney August 6.

town the worst sidewalks In the coun complaint for shout two years," writesA. UUFFALO: N. Y.-Rate $3280! account -
Clvde St. Johns River Linen
a' try." The Time Is mistaken In the It.< Davis of Ml, Sterling, Iowa, Annual Meeting Grand Lodge
; ; Ii, P. O. t;. _Tickets sold July 8 to 10,
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; een JA.CKUOIMVILI.IC sand SA.NFORD
name. The Hun never made such a "but two bottles of "'olt., Kidney inclusive flnal 25.
return limit July
l1r statement Cure .-fT.><>r.>d a pirtnan''ut cure." Cod! ; Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Be res' ford (DeLandand) Intermedia
TORONTO. CANADA-Rat $36 3l: >.
Landings S,. Johns River.
: by J. W McCollum; Co. on _
The llrooknvillo Star say : "\\ am account International. Epworih League:
Convention. Tickets sold June 12 to Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"Is
told that the work of extending thItrooksvllU W.p'.. CO....
J3, inclusive anal return limit August
A: Hudson Kallruad to'' Whooping rough Is more Infections 25. ; appointed to ..lIa. follows: Leave JACKSONVILLE Sundays Tuesdays

Tampa Is being pushed, and before : before the "whoop develop than It Is NASHVILLK. TtXN.-Rale $1625, and Thursdays 3.-SO p, m. Returning, leave SANFORD Mondays,

very long we> will have a southern outlet i afterward. Children who have been exposnl account I'eabo4y College Summer Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:30a. m.

c; other than the Atlantic Coat l.lry, to the disease and have a slight School Vanderbilt Hiblisal Institute SOIlLaDd.ae..do.... SCHKDULK Nord bound.LieW .

t which has always ignore the interests! rough should be l feulated for several Pickets sold certain dates Jane 11 to Leave 8:80 pm. . . . . ... . .. Jacksonville. . . . . . ...Arrive 2O uP am
days lost they cornmmitcate It to other July 4 ; final limit September 30. 8:46pm .. . . . . .. . . . . Palatka . . . . ., . . . .Leave 8KX> pm
p; of our town. children.: It may begin at apy time KNOXVILLK, TENIt.-Rate U6.M.! 8:00 am. . . .. . . . . " Astor . . . . . . . . .. 8:30pm.
Btoneman of The MI'lJIll'n-: .:80 . . . . .. . .. . . .EI,. . . .
$ )- H, during three we>ks after exposure. account Summer :chaoS:! of the South. am FrancisBeresford . . . . . . . 2.00 pm
Ing Ueoordx who wa looking! over TimJacksonville When this time has passed without the Tickets sold certain dates June 18 to .. . . . . ... . (DeLand) . . . .. . . 1 KM pm
\ !>.Aily Hun with a view! toy symptom appearing the child: Is probably July 10, IncluIIIY60al i return limit Arrive 8:80 am . . . .. . . . . ..- San ford .. . . . . . . . . B:80 am

purchasing, will' not make the venture.Editor nfe. September 30.BRISTOL . 10 KX) am..:..:....._..._...:... :". ._: . .Enterprise.:_ _.. .: ? ?...:.:.. _. :-':. 10.00 am

Htonni I. a newspaper lunn TKNN.-Rate IlG,3, account GENERAL_ PASS. AND TICKET QFJF1OJE.J22 _wT.BAY ST., ACK8ONVILLK
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I FIdrarr wt Annual: "tln2 Herman Baptist F. u. iRO (HONOT.R.JR. Oe. I..... .. .
however. and it wouldn't "* A. IM: Wen.B y. ". .I aelr80D..w..)Q&.
of abUlty "Ah!" ,,' ;I..I l the lUau with the noan Brethren, Ticket sold May 29 to Si. W. O. CUOil H.Jr Pettbt- A..m. C. t'.IAYFLL,5roetiate.d.nt.
1t ,' hurt The Hun to haY K iiisu of hi. abilities ty hsir, "Shmkt! "' '..tH',,re spoke truly when IUt'lu.i"e.. final return limit June SO. mo. or Hotra. atr...'. .laelllooD'tUle. n..
A. C. H,UJ.RTY:. o. itu,'., .-.A.'..New York- (;LY1>IOnJ.N Ge..AJt\.N..YortI
at its head. be maid, Tht II that uieu do lives after : \
et
For full Information schedules and T1:0: O. ]:(IER. 11'M. P. CLYDE d CO..
While moving tit, cruiser 1'tukrP tli..ni." rates to any point North and West oall I General Manager. General Agents
4f For. t..? It amid I 1 the Honnty haired man on or write UKO. E. UKRR1NO, Flor. Cb4P MbnNisliBull
4 about the Key West harbor Sunday had recently marrlitl a njtlow with a da P..nater1I..nl." L. k N. R. R., --- -..- .. .,.-- .. ...-.. -- ...
night without a pilot the lug O+eola ten'yenr-okl. non who was a tf'or.- 200 West Kay S"..Jacktonville) FU.Kerers Eet.a'b1.i.a.nec:1: 1878

: was called tn her assistance A hawser Chleago Newm. .. .
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lipped, and a sailor named n. llnlinof The Wain Pnlmt. H.: XDTTTTO3ST.& CO.
"I will have a great deal to when
4 St. Louis was IdU..<1. Th. end! of thehawier say
I pet ntnrtc'l** amid th. congreae-'
.j struck him full hi the lute, and young
mso."My.
brake both of his J"lM'nf"j !killing him friend." auitwerM Use "..t.rID."n .
:s A J<
Inttsiitly.I --.---- ------- Un't the man who has thing. to. sty JbUtrCiS.
that n>untn. Its the lOin who get. a
Firs to Fight Consumption.F I IIUrhmund. 9
tt . them"Washington
u v to
> may
1'e.. May 30.-- If the advice
t Ptsr Do a i._'al..IrN__.bar td.. ..u r_... std.. Dom.iue .z'kHn "
of HlchmonJ physicians is rol.i i _. n. eee0euY 01 ,.........en.eorpar.tton..r.,...,........ u aad.tb.rMr ..
' .) ..1.-.1 o.raelw.ae...-- S&el t...iIst..10 ."IDC OWueypaa aAI
low house will be
burned o.
many toj I Rurly tr.I.sg."we . .. .
... ... _. Ja," UIIIMd SNi. ;
the ground to rid them of the germs 1 j think baby will make a C""t" >)v'

of tul.rculo.ls. This remedy 1.. of rollU'la 0'" 1

;, course, ooatly and Is In the majority |I "Why G. ..IN"ESV"'LJ".ILE., FLOair'A:: : "a

' ease Impracticable, but the doctors', "Well, he crawln out of everything .. .. . .
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assure the people that there La no laG ....UJ'.I-UC'L -

other way to assure the absolute ladustrtou wUwlom prevent'
UucUon a the consumption g"rm.u.4 *
what lazy folly' thinks taevltabVa.-SinsreotM. Daytona
that fe would prove cheaper totfes Representing
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las ..... to ...tP01 valuable prop ,

_T. ta e r4s.iIMe stf walch eventually Do Not b. 'Imposed Upon. ; -
mesas the &... mt madly. preclou Uvs*. E.A. WEIL & COy
I Foley A Co., Chicago originatedhoney Beach I .awv..

A Creeping Dsath. and Tar as a throat and lung s.: = : WHOLESALE SHOESOf
remedy, aDd oo account of the great
: llloud poison cre.p. up towards \1\.1 merit and popularity of Foley's honey i - All DMmu.u..
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# hlp"n.1.IDI death J. K, Hiearns, and Tar many imitations are Ptf.redfor
a lull IMsloe' >>100., writes that a the : Cacti "Ktnnict"
genuine. Ask for FoUj's H)n* The
friend .ftvadfutly Injured a is hand .y aDd Tar and refuse nay aahstituMoffered I Absolutely the safest a4 moat MO-
which swelled Ilk. blood market All Hole Agenta for XO\JtCB
Bosateal U
poUoaiog
up awer now oa % sad SOTLU.nQ. .
as no other preparation will Will sat wsiss.4Ate. > parties for tlgtt
\u"' kWt Arnica Salve drew out the U**-1H to 30 a.r.. power. Writ for QC.1UT1'. 3bos.
give the tmm satlstaatloa. It Is mild Zv.ry1
aH with
a poison> healed the wound and saved prt *.. Iee..ktetiag *r rsss.F .
If laiativ, It contains no op4au, sad pair -'naatetJ.J.luUSI. .
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his hi., H"I''u she world for burns CEO. W. HOYERS, r rate apply
is safest for.hll4r.. sad dslieaU per.eons. .
,f and eo,... 39* a tall drag .to.... Sold by J. W. MeCoUuaa A Ckv. alMMII1e./ n.rwaf C. A. KRNNEY, QooOall, FU,

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1 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MAY'31,190! 5 ;

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I J''I MYSTERY, -OF-DREAMS I Notice of DC'ln.1Hlrationo_ I i .J3USrNESS CARDS: I, -. '. r rP1


V..J',"WA' .d.rtlic of> lira a Hrrond.Jt la See.. |nFraction the ', .t., Xctioe rnea.Intend it herebv to rpl lvyt nt10ur'erma. ; o ttihe\ :I DR. DBVEIE: is. :\II k1.I : J i! _ PRICE IIST: .


1* not unusual to hear one say that Mate to IIf\V.Florida K. Thomas for Letter teal' KMate:: Patent Couipanv to be Issued -. 1 I :.I OFE . .

be has been dreaming ul.out t-omeililnit a proposed corporation melee the Law of the . .DENTIST. . ,

\i all night when possibly his dream occupied ! I )lowing State of shall Florida b* the of Articles whieh" of cornpanv Incorporation bt' fol I

only a very .!li lort tuiu- Many This notice I U given pursuant to toe require EUREKA WINE E & LIQUOR CO
ments uf the state of Florida{ arid Ibrtll"t's)
attempts have beau made tit nifasuie of Incorporation have been tiled with the secretary Offloe. over Mjrou En"AU: work Ifua'

the time occupUtl in u tIn-atu, ami r((.'- v( ft-t.ie. uiul are oven below. anteedJ I I1
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orda appear from tine to time In the I W\V H. THOMAS! - ------1 I Illl: I.IM'AT: M>l'TIIInsII.: URDEIt IIOt'SF. .
I. C'U.\S- . .. .
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apen 8hpwlngtli.it! : oitrn t.Liberateonea }: .: VOYL.K.ARTH'K .-\. CAKLISLK, -- -
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EXPJ.lE S PWIM'AID.:
Full Measure.i
Quart .
occupy but a few -loooii'K. The ATTORNEY AT LA'VAnd
1 The mime of the oor|>oratlon M
following In Mont' U! told l>y a K >utle- hnli; (ic \\'. It. TH.IM vs HICU.K..T'TI\IY.I : Four iSla Per

roan whooucL -s for It* :Icet rat's; : .unit. Its principal place of business{ shall! te In Solicitor in Equity naUOD Qaarta Q".UII Caae 7ltatrhrt'
uine'ltle. AUchua: county. Florida, but it .. .. ,. . ..
'
Ie wo i Illfflgt'll 1 one afternoon I" tr loO . . N 11t) $4 00 to' 01 ill ro 1
with may establish offices I
I an agencies at otherI
Hatch. . .
:t. I It .1" \\ h\: .1\11 .1\11 II tit 1:1: n
K clerk In erif.\inr; s'>:uf lung .Mimas nce' within the Mate of Florida Real Estate! ConveyancinR and Gen H".hl" 1 1..1 K'e .. :s Qi :s III 1 tit II IItI"r.o. 1,
of fipurvs that hal IXIMI. I .\HTI'I.t! II-The general nature of fie! liusitie ', t'fall'rlh.tItC'11: t'U i opuM from .' tu be \r1.n"I""l"d b\ the corcoratlon I I.. to S.\I''llr"I"I) . . . . . . ... .. J :t.11'1'I' M II1lIr. \)
one book to muMher. The mini I Ift-*. deal! le buy. .ell. leave and mortgage real es- to. Otllce\ next door to Sun: .: ..... \ t. . .. .. . .. . 1 W 1 t\t $loJ I" yiM19In
representing tats surd iieniuml properU sub-uivkle and liv.Hit ollii-e. U"\'III.i ., FLtiRlhA. Eureka: \ .' 1',4'b IIr.lldy ... . .. .. . 47 1'1' 4:5 T C" 1t,1S
.uu.ounts in dollar! *: nu.l trust of land aDd IWI'r.i\e the name!. laroiit C I'ra.'h trau.l. . . . ..,... . . . . ... :tf:1:311: 1 ea II1\) ,," aF
cents' were (compose. tif I sK or 't"'t'U I and operate seweratre! ,. build and erect house --- '--- -- -- J'.r.-: ; :'; I' 'yin. . . . .. . t tt t: In 1 M n 7UFurefaN
figures. The H 'rkould and I i.llilhurt) of excrv description conduct annul FlIWIX.XnYI:1:: : : : t' turn. NN . . :t.o :ten tto a.in
read fur
Instance l i stores business, operate aw mills, roll }urrka; V .urnXX \\I 7\! 11'I!\ 11 arN
"Fourttf ou" furry two U'ct rents and act as agent for parties owning ..Leeks I' l'urt.. X" IN' sit are '\' 11I1nld 9e
twelve' making tin- : liinrt or property. advance sail loan nioner on I ATTORNEY \1 I I 1. VV.Usl I Crns IMnbun . 4 J\cl . llel II 1110 1tk: / ) t tHermit.ge
:tm l"n.I.r 1'ervnnal prnl'rrtt..ubscrlbe for. pjrchnse. ttye 4 //II' 1 Ni! II is U I\I,
142.12 and tli pHinloiunnoulil" an- receive own. hold sell anti dlspoxe > k. "II.LK. rlORlOACan I Sunny hook lit e .1 11\ !I 111 It M .1 10 A
ewer. "Chi'('k." to imlli-Htc that the utocivs shares. bonds. securities or oblU"ilonsuf Runny tine'k'.our, M..h. t 111I a 111 a tIA 11 .1
other coriHiratlons wherever locatetl. bur 4 M 811I1 It 1110
copy was corrm. I'iu'iaftir: p.t!;;e: bad and sell least*. own and use tuachlnerv and ap- fell your city property ( unproved Silkt1'elvetg !?' iii III 11\ foft It 11U.k \
been read p.lance*. MipplleM and personal J ,..nw..rt.of oral . I r.\ 1 \\I II fit) 12 t1dGlu
as rapidly as the \\ iulscould buiever nature neces..ar> for the earning and unimproved )I. l'huII"IIIt"|

lIE'1tt..r'd.. ,'adl mi ml NT rte.'I\.- on of the, business. and vhf* 'orl"'rttun shall. trucking and farming! iHtidn send him .' '&111I f i.:.n |'a 1jII.dO IVr (.almn', IMUrrrd.s .
Ing the "cliM'k." TIlt'1 work '" have | ower Keneralh' to do audl'rrtornt.have. a lint of what you offer for tale. 2UZu. :
a deowsy, t
hoUl uc mire and enjit nil ntlier I'r".rt.\, tvelve Inbeis' of u..h".I"f' !Sltvek and secure l* and It WII with ditlU'ulty he couldkeep IMin ers and thlntfs. as shall. be Incident' nece ----- .- --F I twcuelat: ..el'uf tlaichett'lib7Hr.'end.c.'nr.abuttefree Nave '...10..1.1.1 l .
his surv' or t'x'! >etllent for the uotiductlnir the neeess f fArroltsir'.t't I llatchett'* Thai s XV hi-kev ....| secure a bottle lre. !Save twelve label. of Eno: -.". p
ejes open. rv operation of the buslnes. ami generally W };. KAKKK. N C. Corn "nI.eeur! a bott.e free Save twelve ,label of rurrka; N. 0. Ai't>l.
Finally\ Mc-p' ) \cr.'nine him. and hI'dreamt'lldl'l'allll..1 to be vested and !have all the powers grant- traitd\) and .....ur.. one bottle rr..... Save twelve 'lal>ebt of Eureka: MI stint secure
I'd..rI'hl'b mar be hereinafter irranml to LA : one bottle free |*rice'' of all icoixls bought at company. ""'rl' air Tic 'l'lIaliOft laws
of an aid horse he corporritfon'. for 'prottt under the I..iw. uf the i w. lhap when, deuveieil S'o ehaiire for )1111'. b.ne* .>r dravave. All of my bottles are '
had been: 1I1'I'u"t..n,1: l to drive t WPllt"- State of Kloridj mil nna ,.ne A :stan.taid I biands of wMskle* wiM ovi r uiy bar at IIV per drink .Id
. MI.lOirOU l IN ('ItANt.'!;Ill' . "..IU tt l I....ve. f> '01 ton All$ v. Inca quote. un application \\ e also carry cheaper. ,
live or thirty cif: < lie AKil.lK: III The amount of the cldtnl'toes | l I'
> net' owil.l not .
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11.11) il.tse inded rice .
.1.I in is i Special | 4>n lame iiualitltU'k! packet.ar aliea Afs
of said 'ou"U.h.11 b recall spocl.il inci.Unt I ,1| Mop.art r Mieti. U K.MHI oatlstactorvl.t
any tvmxHMiilwith ) Ihillur. divided Into the hundred shares enchof :i not ;

the tin-tin) xirpt the Kwallty and the par v'.l le of One lIundrf'tIIIt.lar.! to b.. UAINES\'ILI.E: Alaohua C'o. }'1.1 + Itl'kA: MINK: : a IKJIOR' HtMI'AM,
1.,101111 follows Forty In i
us percent protrtvat
the distlui right of the horse" and 1 of a "list' valuation, to be fixed bt thedlrectors Ottir. In Ende! lU.ick I lt. u'r: n.\\ S't-RP-l1': JACKSON v . :. rt.A. g
the busily! to Mli.l-; In Lad Ui\ui! hi.. of said coiiupitpv lIt a meeting calletl for that ___ __ :
..}.c. ten per cent In cash and rorlI.r
lie awoke suiMi' rift l Mid. .i<" a miini'.r cent to rf'm..tll! In the treasury to be illsiordof JR. J. It. AI.DEKMA.N I -. --._.-_.
was ended called, 'tlttk"' Ho wnsronscloiiH In such luaunei I'be dirt- tut. met deniif-

of haitip! Mfpt mid of hiving : nateAiiTliiKlV. EST181'' Take The
: The term for which th'* c''rpoitloii Atlantic Coast LineFOR
dreamed and i-.ml to the clerk l .. Is to exist la ntnelviilne tears
(Successor toSeitf! .rr.l A:i5ern.sal|
Charge, I hate hr''u .i-.10"1'| uw Ain 'IKThe buslnesn of this < of those stiull be conducted b)' a liesldeol ALL EARTHLY POINTS
many nunit: rs hi\! <> I iiiii .
\' he.I resilient' a Secretary. a Treasurer. anda Over, Dutton A Co s llaoll. Ualrravtl'+ *
-edl" "None" Ill'' ifplli-d \ou lu\i Hoard of Three I IHrectors the orttce of Sec !:111 P n i\\ vu nT "

checked Mery on- C 'lo) "(. (1111'.11"11' man Treasurer may lie hew b> llicsnoieItrsiMi Special. attectluD to Crow D and IlrMkC. work ,ih lui"rl H( \fiinh '' A 1/ I + a i
The Hoard of Ihrceturs shall be N ni I 11)
Phohe'O-a; llsLII.\ estN..e'
ing developed the Dirt, that of the tic nectt: 'd b) the stockholder. at the meetlntf to i (Ul I 1 or S C\\II\| || | '*'.-'...WP U / i....
L
urea $1-1,1-42: In- hail li.-.inl. the. fourteen tM held l on the first Monday In Jul l.mft and J.ra.hiL., < ... UB ."
8I1hll..JItJlt'realt..r.. The Ihnrd! of IHrri'tonshul. T1
UOK1XJN II ON.
and the t'.ly.! but h.id. ..lpt iinddreamiil : nest the oflicers of the ci ",,,'an). The DR. u
durhm the time m-nipled In I Kresident and Vlce-lVesldent shall be elected DKSTIST.Graduate Rapid Transit" hill ) L.I1 url'a"'l'l' Sorvico
from the IkiarU of Director ('ntt!
rapidly uttering tlje surds "..II.. forty- the tint.m..nll'election, and until their tuecmtMor. 1'itne Tat,, .n eject A.,ril It, IPtJ zbcpart

two." He tried I.>' rf'I\IItIJ I other nitin. hhall be qualified the following oRlcer*. andUrrctors Ha.tiuiore Col:>ire Brutal Sur..otn For O t ''SE \'IJ.I.Y. Arrive From i
.! Kliall conduct the business of theeumpani _. l __ __ _._
bens to measure the time and think It *v. K- Thomas IVenldenl. t'. W Five years' e.ieritnoe In New Yor City _. -
could not have tieen more than half I nsecond. Chase. \.I..l..t'.Went K. .:. Vovle. "C'''- Crown.Mridce work and hats $teeteitiee e.11' 111 ltiih' ; Springs; and Inlermidial : i9181Ia; ;
tart' nd I'reaiturer. andV K Thoiuas t'. W
AU.LI a (UUAIUIIT.r.
base UIK! fK.:. \'OJle shall constitute{ the Dully i 1'olnt I !)ally17abptt
Office ID Miller Law t.b.t.tI.: .
Another I is told) of a man who first Hoard u'l'lree\or.. '
story : ;;
A MTleUt1 hlhent Indebtednes. or 041"aaVILI. PIA.T" Oca'.a l.eeslnirK and Tani| and j r Y11opm ;
eat before Juts tire (in a drowsy condltlon. I ;
liability{ to which thtacogaratluocan.tant -- - Inl..rrn..dlah.I'olll&l
A draft Mowing! arros.. the time subject Itself \" Kiftjr hounaml Uollar Dally Dally

room set a large plmtopnipli\ on the. the AKTI.Ibcorporator I.r VII The of name kald and corporation raaldencen and of WKhT: l-ND. -2.-;(;IP-\ ;--1 i '-!1'atsika, Jacktonvillo.- !i 1:76pia':

mantel to I swa.iliijj. A lender\ vn"e" the KitbM'rlher* of tack. thereof with the KINK 1VINE:$. LIQUoHS A CIUAKS Davit' I :North, Fait and Writ Dally

wall In front of It, and. the tnin remembers number of kbare ub .orll_l for by each. are -- --.----.---- ------- "- .
wondering. In H mood! ofIndinVr ...'..f ollo p' JOHN MCNZIES! .I IV.)| rteu>rSI I:' .( |> m 111,1. torrIIlK''aJeru.a.. Harannah, Hruutwioa, 8.1 16 pru f
\\'. X<< Thomas. llulnentllle H. !I" share I
wblm8J,1I1 'lu'e. whether the I' 'vN t'ha.e. >alne* lllc. H. Ituahrrr.1 >U'V Hay .,.. .1.1"111.. Da" DallyDaily Albany Atlanta all I'ointt North. Kal West I Dally '

picture would Mow forward and send K K Vovle. Ualnenvllle Kla lu hharea. _

the vase' to the floor s>T'TB ur IOIIIA, Faust beer, bottle and draught. 1 Don't 8abpm t:6 aua
Al AI HI'* CtiUMTV fail call when III Jacksonville Koehll! >, MU-atiopy. and Cilia
Finally H gust of wind did topple the Personally on this dry before rue. a notary to on me t ,
Dally
picture, and It Ktrmk tin % a"e. The 1 mblltf In and for are county and Slate. ale I -
1''u..1V, It. Thommi C W Chase and .:. KV t4
man remember hntliiK ben curiously uvle., to HI" well known and knovn tome tube
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relieved in his ntato of drowclm-sM that the person who nulMtfrlbetl the foretfointf.and . IF YOU LOVE YOUR 3 :AOa ni 7 (30 p l.
.everaJiy acknowledged before m.h,,' tI lih; rrill"s
lDarty
at last the "old! IhltiK Ma K ii'k' to fall hey ..subscribed. ume. Dally

and tie done with It." ID N> ltnes.. Whereof. have her.unoaptmy. WIFE DON'TROAST .1. I"'ldAJ i i .. Hunday.. .. .
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*' Presently he wa In the mldt of ncompllcatid ha d and .mx.-.1 my official neal$ this 1Mb III )1 la) A LI lw*. In MUd Alachua countISet .. Inh'rroba'lr..II. Mlleatcv Tirks-i. jt over It.UU mlUi of among 'ha prlo11.1 I,
l ii .lnpHM trni.hattlon In a ,. IK. WKltMTKK.
All the details l Notary Public State of HofMa at I..rge.bmLLIw.kIO HER el railway in the 1 hoathrrn Mtair. am un .al. by the prID.II'.la.n...

western city mile H\\ay ( ennrei Feb lltb. |ill''"$ Through i'ullmanel.-.jc| | Part Tampa tu Now York, via Atlantia Coup

of a new and unheard of m-hcine _... Line alas via Atlantic Coast Mn and Houthvrn Railway ca
were c-omliiR forth from his llp. nml a 1\\, compelling her tu hake the family for fotnplet Infurmatlon, rail m

board of director walistening: The E. H. WATERS i' bread during the hot summer months J. A. OOOOWIN. Tlck.t At.nl, tJalnaavllU.

scheme pro..in-rt-d. He moved lilt fam 1
Iluy your (tread! from AddreeeFIIANK j
Ivy wet. Fragments of the >onrweythftber C. IIOYMTON, Dl.. r.... Att.. \V n. HTAHK.Trar. r.... A.l, y

and &:111111"-| lit the flue huuae PRACTICAL .Keystone Bakery. IHH W. Hay si., A.,,,, llulldle*. Jaekaunvlll, ria.

be bought came before hi. rlnlon.\ . II. M. EJoIEIU.ON. Traf. Mir. W. J (}RAIU, 0... .Pat. Ago, '

A crafch .woke him. The vane!' had It'a a saving of lime. work and money. \\'Umlntrwn. N. C MTIIrnlngtop.' O.

struck the floor He had dreamed nn PAPER HANGERHouse Fresh dread iKllTervd Dally .. .

nnllred life covering! Tf'2Ir.O. all In Tn all parts of the city. Also C.....,
the time It took for the vane: which he Painting I'irt and every other production of SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
be fell a"lo..p l
had iw' "n toppling before the modern up-to-dat

to fall Ore feet and break Youth' and Decorating. bake .hop.K. Infective: April iu, Igor

Companion. T_-- Drown (louse (*.m >r( l.'alneinlll, Fla. T. l KtHArT.ll, I'r-prUUr Krl.ielUkery. -- - --- --. -. -- ..-- .,------

J.p mmrff .... of ......,.. l'h.1IfI 182. 2 VrtliialcTrala set: >.. I' *.. to "'erlh aaJ nr... r.. 1 ISrr.ss t

rtofemwr Okakura of Tokyo to a Full line of Paint and Wall Paper r.v Jaeh.I.I1I. Mo" Ry U :A"., 1 Mp I Lv Jacksonville. r.... Ho. It" T U"I. #

lecture delivered In thl country ald In stock at 10"'..' price to the Had*. .. J..up Hu, Hr I &tit I'j 44'p J.. J..up, ( is. Ho. U,. IODO"
that the Japanese Ideal. of feminine I.. 'I..no.tI! fro Hr I Lp 1lICa: I Ar "IaIfUD, Its tto. U,. It tlua fArColutnlrls

beauty varlet. a little lietween Tokyo MathusllCk Pianos t+u.Ur Ii titp ftl... ArAtlant.is H .U.831"- IArCharkile

and Kioto, but on the whole, the Jupa.nes SUN !'o Hr l HJ ( t. U&La, Ar'tJm.Ua,, ttc), Icy. 7Btim t'

('connidere that a woman *houl
not exceed I five fwt In helxbt. khould! Ar Jao.l1h. s',. It, :Join. :),_lnI.. Artlbstlanoo.a. Telna lie "I p46s

and H.hm'ouoJ "ri,. hi e 611. Ar 1..II1.lon. K7 ,Q. d1 o. a :ap
nave a -ornpjratlrely air nkln JOB PRINTING JIOTED roil > nitisEHJ: : A.lD Jot KI. Ar Ur: Ar ('t.Inna$1. U (l Ie U.l T 41)1)1
be well ilei dn|..>d. .should hare lone. Ar J,,04'I,1C so ity 41na / 1IpAr .
thin and Jet buck\ hair an oval f ce. TT OF TOME:' POWEK AJIUULUAIIILITY. : ('",.,lou..III. No Icy 61f1. I';IIIela"all\\ 4}. ["I .'uu4Uy

dtralgbt no e, rafts DEPARTMENT I Ar Washington ,.,.,. It, k 1:, tr W"I Ar (. .' IiiK r"Ir 1IU"_
narrow
with a nenrtjr black thick eyelaitte Ar H.ltltno. F', J't. It 1Itf: ). 11 :mI ; Lv ('Ineiaaati 4). I'. l.io.s ke6p.
lar f'7P'f1. Ar tV J'h'd.l'Ia, P It It I U p "J1I1.t4' Ar(7hloaro.: I III I 1's tin.. T I.sAr
*. a small month hiding )behind Makes a Specialty of All Kinds S.. York I' It It. Up II : lit
of email white : .. . I.v OIIl..DU.1 (J, 0. U .t I', ra 4.sNo
full e"en row - -- - -
nod Ilea idiaH. thkkeyebrows of Plain and Fancy ...., p4sao foe 'II Ir ....1.. ..1'04. ,a ;- A' ('hl/altn. III "o"n.. .'7n": k

teeth esm and not IIlto61.th..r a medium: forehead. lose &oe..rer U.ae ."....._ ..,.. of "JU-"S.Daily Pullman York and Drawing I Florida Itonrrtril Vt. t rr 'Claaaa./1.1j' lT i1. 'A I. I.bb1)9r

Met Let.rls.. aid eavo e.II1 Wwork.sa.atp Toledo O C. II AD. ft ::
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from which the half bould grow In ubl.le.04.. ..ping (:., Port Tampa and Jsaa.oa4 tAr
Tillto >.. York, A..1"I 1rel1JJteh _.. P M, 7.2fl 7r.,
that la. a CommercialJob ,
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rlrcnlar or Fujiyama hape CrV to ct.,. ."'."', rr Ci".I".r-a.; "ViiLiuee .1 }
tape recalling the truncated con of ..,ae sr4 C. No, 3'> \Vashlurton ....1 Ftvfida < p :

the farooo volcano.Tb .a.4. UmlUd." Daily illman Jirawing A.I Pliuburg.' ._.I'II.j! .!. 666. !
Itaom. Hl..pln I Car J t*li l h'lll. to I 1:71i..iaaallTl1, II1K'Yug1 i 6)ps.

.. Printing .. ,"",11. ArJl.e.laad0. tie. Your 44A4Ho. ;,
/t.r/.d.d H' >ld ty o* rontlaoooaly for .
.
ba.t mnedy ara1Aat; a lape ofmemory I Cs"iwrnRits i ; Cy. Ity. A1Mip'
tine of tbr...J tied TkrsiacliI.tr .'TM.l.ad.Ih. *, .," 54). *O Ar LaoI.vllk!!! Ky Mo. Ity, mtHo >

I. piece . For. . OVER THIRTY TW8 YEAKS j Ar Nt. f''oU.. Ma U,. 7 31. f
But there U a wellttbanticated iTlty ;
tb.
abo.t nrr. J.. *f>t fIII, fla 7Kp Aanj AuT.Ar .lii
AI .UM, HO. tty, .
of a maD wboM> '\
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case hT4)abahfiaA f'\ou, 117 :
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tied a piers of tt r*.d around hJla Business Men .wlthoot a single t falh, r.. If yonwaat I, .r r ; ., It. CAr *o UyH. AM* Ar Marnphw.Itlrtataibain, T.,..Ala, Ho.KrlMU II,. it NCAp 44* tr

} the mnml In* to remind him a frlaao for t llf.tlm*', I Ab.*lll!., K CAr .,. KfV I Wf Ar K..... Cltr Mailvoipala YIMtI' 0No. Mla

life Lair eat.bM Professional Men t.rle. toy theMath Mot Bprtet.. !:* C *. KyMo. Jt7pU . :
pt home tn dhJner b* cede !. JpcnflUt.1'.oa$ KyHo. >p YiTn* . . 4Ivk ,
way ushe k T ,LooUfilU Ky aMi /ln4 > .t A .
of thread "Te. I rem*ro.be J _
t e piece Etc Ht JxMjU Mo. KyQ .. 1.45" "
Manufactories Ar 1(0.( 1II1h.. Ytorkia 1..II.s.
.w aakl all mlltnr pruwlry.dos.Lb. T''AM .... em II _.......s. wit .eainr Ar CUelMBail A C. M tlU Dally.. HolW ...tlbol. trala. through
aM Mt
the n.nal I "hop Blanks on Short Notice. C:... w.. seal ..rm* .... a..y Mw1.l day *'1114h4. aa4 follmao ftls>.pla(
af'f"1llltOUl"S rtut, Legal w. ..' f.< rM.TOOAT.. woe 3O Dally Pwllmm DrawfagKOO Can, Jaolaoet11.b Cla.laaali.

y 1 eit y.rir haft this m 'ratfi iM 1tfW. D sad Boff't MI r_"ti>' Car bolt t" ... Xo. 1>-falimao I>ra.ia( Room

ak1 the .tnalal-S t.rt.H', Tli. following ktt.r from ot of oar Jaaks..wsllta sad Ca04f..U. '41.."' .. Car .... J.ksuavllle. 4

mail order ecio nei i i. 'elf.aplaas. ".,..S..".... tt4 K..... If.

A ..l..... N..-.. tor* i Ludden & Bates Eu.I '.t Dlalav ear *"" *kCI'I,

o Lad an 'iaa4ul.tUv M-rY' LoalarllW, Ky Feb, 37.n IYL. __ . _..._ ._ .

."'ua..... whom Utt 00t'8' saw H. )lee,.ary.Vala AKRIVALM AT JACKIM>NVILLe. ."f,

). aaotbrt Uttr by u. rr.vr'kic >'ar fan ....iT.l tb. f1all.. Sontkni 11.4" ft IUJ.. ..
Matter la d. ti...., and.. will say Ua 4, 1'101" !: .
a twetaevpt i : -Too maysa.w From N.. York, W..hl81.lICo.; XI, Wa.hlact sad +.
it kprfatly.st&sfaIof7.. I Ju UMaay .. SAVANNAH. OA .
.. bearer. Urs peM i; itVp. M. z
r by eanlep.e a mac thajika for MURPHY /r... Cl.*i aaU. A.b ?lll., .t ,-?fo. 2 '"W.IOO aa4 >'l.rW. UOM
,,.- Gtkie t. r..s tSsw J" ,,...,. ."..... I. aIlag "d.,. JOHN D. Mgr.iaTAauuurD liMl." .W. w. .

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. MAY 1, 190r.

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For stylish clothes and clothes to fit, Frank A. Teajjoe, a prominent citizen

,,see Great Western Tailoring Com of Ocala, ia.a business visitor to WILSON'S.Our

pany's samples at Gainesville Pressing this city.
Club 117 W. Union street. .
) E OFH.y A. J. Henry of Lake City is in the
William Littledale, the clever and II
business man
city. He is a prominent I
successful traveling salesman for theE
of that place.
.y ;J. Smith Company, manufacturing Among the prominent visitors to Big Values
confectioners, Jacksonville) was working
W. Bishop
Gainesville is lion. Henry
the trade here yesterday.
OY4w of Euitis, one of the moat widely

Remember the Ice cream social which known men in South Florida. in all

will be held on the rectory lawn, Holy school to
In mentioning the private
ovy law /. Trinity Episcopal Church, this after
be opened In this city by Mrs. W. P. DRY GOODSKeeps
noon, beginning at fi o'clock. The proceeds made that
Coffey, the statement was
will be devoted to the benefit of
the term would! begin Jane 1st. This Us
Busy.Assortments.
the choir. Refreshment 91'11be, served .
was a typographical error aa Mrs Coffey
.' reasonable prices.
p ppI does not expect to open the school
Bargains-Splendid lot. of 3-inch
until :Monday June 5th.
I.t. black and 3-inch and 4-inch
, T. Brinkley of Jacksonville was a Big of
ririted
pipe at a bargain.
business visitor to this. city yesterday.Mr. .
large lot of 1-inch good as new
Brinkley largely interested in
standard wrought iron pipe and lots Embroideries Laces
bA1$6S Jacksonville real estate. He is aUo a ,
of other things. Write me if you
member of the firm of Brinkley &
need anything. G. \Moyers, Gaines
and all Wash
vllle, Fla. Baines, manufacturers of lumber at

the Gainesville and Gulf.
Cyril on
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The vacant Pedrick lot at the cornerof

POWDER West Liberty and Garden streets W. N. Chamberlain of Tacoma. one of Goods.

has been converted into & veritable the progressive farmers and truckers of I I

city of tents by venders of ice cream, that section, was transacting; business
Pure
, ; Absolutely lemonade, peanuts, fruits, fried fish, In this city yesterday. He states that

A etc., and the scene, especially on Saturday the cantaloupe crop l II a promising one.
Mrs. R. Wilson
: HAS MO SUBSTITUTE ia one of activity. The receiptsof The movement of cukes will soon be

some of these tent stands each day over. There was a tremendous yield of

i are astonishing I this product, but prices were poor in
A all markets.C. T. F. THOMASUHDDTAMH
a .__. .-- .- Samuel Cook of thl city, who was in 1
New York for three or four has W. Bauknight of Archer, one of
of was tn the yean
;, NEWS OF CITY AND city Henry yesterday Herlong transacting Bellamy business. received from the commanding officers the leading citizens and businessmen A ((0.
of that town
of Company G, Ninth Regiment, New progressive was among
M. Colson has returned from a
Perry the visitors to Gainesville yesterday.He .
York National Guard, of which he was
COUNTY CONDENSED business trip to points in West Florida
that the in
i a member, a 100 per cent medal for states vegetable season
11. T. Ellis made a professional his section is almost The
Attorney duty and deportment during: the year over. crop
LINE OF
FULL
visit to High Springs yesterday. 1904. This was quite an honor, and was very good on average!; but low
, Mattera General Interest Gathered
Assistant Tax Assessor Q. W, Miller naturally Mr. Cook feels quite proudof prices prevailed on all products duringthe NEW GOODS.

{ by Our Reporterlk /. U confined to his room with a slight in.disposition this token. entire lIeaflon.Remember .
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For the information of friends, manyof the Gainesville & Gulf I Agents tor... s

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Mrs. D. J. Blalock of Madison is in whom are constantly inquiring as to has round trip rates. to White Springson ; I

i the city on a visit to her daughter the condition of W. R. Anderson and Sundays at only $1. Train leaves Monuments, Tombstones

What Hat Happened What la Going Mrs T. J. Nixon.A wife, both of whom are seriously ill Gainesville at 6:30 a. m., returning at and Iron Fences.See .

to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs few more gentlemen may Join the with typhoid fever at their home 104 9:30 p. m., and affording a whole dayat Our Samples

r Gainesville Pressing Club, II.{W in ad- North Pleasant street, It is stated that this favorite resort.. Cheaper than
',. So That "H. Who Runs May Read"
vance. Sixteen: pieces limit the condition of both, especially the hiring a buggy and passengers are enabled Pentonal attention to all matter la

t It ta' Th. Sun. K. D. Stanford, special agent of the former is quite serious with but little to spend a day on the banks of this line. Mall and telegraph orders

Old newspapers for sale at The Son United State land office has returned change either one way or the -other. the famous old Suwanee river. tf. promptly attended to.>>
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office ItLadie.'ealling from an official visit to Umatilla. This is unfortunate, and it is hoped Rev T. J. Klxon of Kavanaugh Methodist -

earls in latest styles Wanted-A good gentle; buggy horse both will soon recover. Church will fill his regular weekly Gainesville Florida

at Son once for city driving for his board. Address Account of Confederate Veterans' I engagement at North Gainesville

4, Mrt. Mary Tucker of High Springswas Lock Box 24, Gainesville' Fla. if reunion the Seaboard Air Line Railway Hall Friday evening. Serviceawill begin ,.

In the city yesterday. James Skinner. W. T. Wood and "-. will sell round-trip tickets to Lou at 1:'6 and the public is cordially

S. \'. Duke left yesterday for a brief T. Morris formed a trio of Archer folks isville, Ky., at the rate of $17.80, from Invited to be present. The services' THE CONTINENTAL

business trip toDunnellon.Sitnonsoo's visiting the county. capital yesterday Juno 10th to 18th inclusive, final limit have been irregular recently, owing to CAFE-RESTAURAXT.

A Wonderful Salve for sale Captain J. L. Brown of Magnesia to leave Louisville June 19th, 1906 the absence of ministers from the city,

by J. W. McCollutn A Co. Springs was in the city yesterday, having I Limit may be extended to leave Louisville but in future It is hoped to hold services -

business connected with late .10 Friday evening of each week.
come on aa as July by depositing:
Dr. J. I>. Watkins went to Jackson-
Title yesterday on business. the county lax collector's office. ticket with J. H. Richardson, special Spend a while at White Springs, the

White Mountain agent, Louisville, and paying 50 cents leading health resort of the State. On .
Why not Join the Gainesville PressIng Freezers and .Arctic at per ticket at time of deposit the far-famed Suwannee river. The
Club and in the swim?
keep
lowest prices" ; also the Twentieth Century Gainesville and Gulf offers the following
J. K. Jameson of High Springs was a Freezer' that freezes itself at
business visitor to this city ,,,eLudaJ.N. laird's,, low round-trip rates from Gainesville
NEWTORK : Sunday only, $1 ; ticket' good
A. Wanted-Man to work in abstract
Callison of Spring Park Farm Saturday and
going rt'LurnlngIonde",
office; must be steady, sober and have
was transacting business in this city some knowledge of abstract work ; tie 1250: ticket good for fifteen days,

yesterday.For !' nographer!: preferred. J )L Jones, Arcadia $3 Double daily service. For further

cleaning dyeing and pressing, Fla.J particulars inquire of ticket agent, tf

, see Gainesville Pressing Club, 117 W. .:. Futuh of Alnchua, member of ,
M Among the visitors to Gainesville are
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Union RACKET.
street.T.
the firm of the J. K.: Futch Company, is (t'lI"&L corner South of Ponto-fllce! ),
C. G. Lambert of Atlanta, general
J River, the wheelwright and spending a short time with his family ores. l.lll :XHnlvkt.. I.rip. tofl>..
+. blacksmith of High Springs, was in the ht'r.Mr.. Futch reports Alachua in a Southern agent and manager; of the Wmtrm S..1..
Atlanta central office of the Singer
city yesterday. thriving condition, with signs of progress .
Sewing Machine Company and J H-
Charles McAllister of Fairfleld! was side.Mr. .
: on every
ON EARTHCORSETS. Wells, State supervisor for Florida of
CHEAPEST STORE
, the visitors from that section toOalrl.nl11l" of Tacoma
among and Mrs. H. F. Mathews the These gentlemenare
._ _. same company \
S Sn MOUNTS
yesterday.We who favoredGainesville -
were among those here in the interest of the Singer

will\ top the leak In your roof or with a visit yesterday. machine, and congratulate Manager

it will cot you notliing Siernberger They were accompanied by Mrs. Tart W. H. Llpscombe of the Gainesville' -- _.-
p .t the Taint. Store.II .
rhlllips.
of Texas, a sitter of Mr. Mathews, who office on his excellent: success. All the old standards and
William. of Waldo\ a me tuner If' hi. guest for a few weeks .

' a of the tlrin nf h'illiatn..t Co.? O1t'y'l 1 he opened ice cream parlor Mrs M. J. Juengura; of Tampa, who the choicest of the new ones

chant, wa* In HIM city yesterday. j', connection with my the confectionery has been ill In this city for the past as issued.Ask .
We will continue the "W. U." CORSET few days died at her boarding houseat
laud made candies, strictly! \ ice :
Mr M. A Dennis and daughter/: std to see them as they cannot be
ream and cold drinks of kinds SALE This II one of the best a late hour Monday night of tuber
displayed to
Miss llattie. are spending a few days advantage In a case.
Everything: : Hrst-elas.. W. M, WilIsms dollar Corsets on the market, and we culosis. The lady was a complete

delightfully at Nuwaunee! Springs. W".tIaln street.. H. It will sell them all the week at 69c. stranger here. Her father, J. H. Cow- SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F S.
'1 Atlantic Coast \\An will ,
i on Monday Blue
Use only half the quantity of fall
Don't to get one. art, resides near Hampton. The remains School
June ftth, ...II tick. and Children and Babies.
!* to Tampa return iibbon I"mollalld vanilla\ extracts' that taken In charge by Undertaker
were
for $'J '.':5 Ticket good to return brands.They ... .. ..
you'vw been using of other McClellan who prepared them
June K Fine Fadeless
are so pare and strong that every for burial, and the funeral was held Fotografs
,
Foil ml ,,, I
containing. money.Owner
k can have tame by describing drop .,..Iuntl.k your grocer for Tuesday' afternoon, the interment being From Locket to Life Size.SMITH'S .

same and pitying for this ad. tiibbs Hue Ribbon lemon and vanilla Takes In Evergreen CemeteryAfter

ChrKmit. Hi:! 1..".. Flavors perfectly. I Handkerchiefsat STUDIO.

1.. M I. MoKinnor.' a progressive' naval .. .. -- a residence of several years at . .- .. .--
Hammock Ridge, Mrs. Goudspved has
.ton1* operator of the ampvile? ( see!* READ THIS. Half.Prlco.. returned to her former home In Chi Some Men LeaveAn
business
lion. was transacting yesterday '
cago. During her residence' here she
In UaiuetvilleFriend Springtleld, Tenn., June 11. !*.II.> Twenty dozen Ladies' Handkerchiefs made many warm friends who regretted Estate for the WidowTo

of \V :M IVpper will be. glad 1 have been troubled with kidney -a job lot bought at a .erlttc4I-worth very much to see her leave but i. ,

to learn that h.. i I. out again after an and bladder! troubles for a number of lib each; we will put In bundles of 6 have consolation in 'holae'that should I '

Illness with fever which confined him years and severely so, and having noieed and sell the six: for 59a. This is the I nothing happen to prevent,she expectsto Lion invest to speculators and lose, or as How a tempta-mach

to his. bad for several d.,.. the advertisement of Dr. F W. I."biggest bargain yet. I return In the fall. Mrs. Hall's Great Discovery, A Texas Won-
desires to extend her thanks to those
James Skinner' of Archer one of the .
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old boys In blue 0511, %. to the city yesterday der. concluded to give it a trial, from --- --- ---- frieods wbo were so kind aDd attentive I $500 or $1,000 a Year Income ,
which 1 found relief and would I
to 'help ," IWeoration Ua,. recommend it great to those similarly afflicted daring her recent severe Illness at for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years?
and called to renew his fealty to The Hammock Kuige.
U. 11. KIn: "
j We will send
t'un.l.o111U..t".n. you some interesting
Men'sShids. Lad...' Missionary tHcl.t,. Information showing how small aa .I
Methodist church and A TEXAS WONDER.One annual will
outlay
yield a
meeting Ladles' permanent -
A of th.
MissionarySoelety
eipre oft1" la" small watch hear yearly income for
lug initials "I. U II." on back White small bottle of the Texas Wonder of First Presbyterian Church whom JOG are to provide.W.Ls111LL&W.9.rnue anyone. for '

silk Indian fob. Return to Sun office Hall's Great Discovery eurea all U alsea and ) will\ be held at the ehureh this afternoon "
and reward.Mr. Ten do sn 8hlrl -- co -
get kidney! and bladder troubles, remove at 4 o'alok. A fall attendance
worth $ TSo and
Ja.
of them
: and Mrs. A. M. Fournell have diabatea. seminal emla- 01'l-1D&D7 ,
travel
euree desired.' Heralds, please
tables. Monday and come prepared Naertal Agents
f 1, will be pot on Tae ICTTJiL>
whereih
gone to Worthington Springs, alone weak and lame backs, rheumatism to report. Ufj! IaseraaeeC..r
at .*.. New T0rtMalSEiTILLE
can take your ehoieo I
l will for few JOG <
; y operate a days and all irregularities of tae. kid-

"',i.ud. wish them a pleasant and ..,. and bladder ia both men aadwomen This J.b.. greatest Shirt Sal. we'.. Cte.nd- for Action. : .. i. t t FLO 1DlATiT.

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have ever given. -
-
it benorteial outing< ,recuaatea bladder troablea IBchildren. ---
If not sold by your dnicxist, Com early and seppty year ....s.. Whsa the body la cleared for 'Ioe. fi
A J Doyle, the Irrepressible, went I will be sent by mali oa ....." of f 1. by Dr. KUg's Sew Life Pills, you eaa AUGUSTINE.La

i yesirrdty to Ocala and other points' On. small bottle is two months' treatment tU It by the. bloom of health oa the .

south in the Intereet of O.V Banle. and seldom fails to perfect aear eJ *skj;the bri.hte.M of the eyes; the eool IlJrDieb.d room. as (
ou fur .. Dr. Kree W. Hall,sol BUM. View hotel. Five. ea
whom b. la the clever 'nYel.IUi Wrtsuss.r tl.O.es a4 aos les t the bath. Uclat.OG.M'I
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