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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 10, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00622
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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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VOJUXXH, NO. 106 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, UMI5 TEN CENTS A WEEK: y

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ND OF CONFLICT I II I cable has with correspondence President Roosevelt between and the anvbassador the NO SIGN OF PEACEIN CONTEST: WILL OF MILLIONAIRE SUBMARINE BOAT '

and the foreign office resulted Between Seven and Eight Million Dol

here in the president and the em tars Will Be Involved.
IS NOW IMMINENT BLOWN TO ATOMSBritish
I, peror finding that they had Identical CHICAGO. STRIKE New York. June l .-A will ('())lInt n

: views on the subject of peace and were involving between" seen and right nil w

nearly of the same opinion an to the lion dollar I is said to be among thponalbilitlf <.

3assian Are Now Ready For method of peace and were nearly of All Negotiations Declared Off before the estate left b1; Vessel' GOSH to Bottom

the same opinion as to the method of !ol n. Charity llaywanl of CalofrnUIs .,
Peace Negotiation*. and Continue After Three Explosions.
drawing Russia and Japan Into negotlatlons. Fight settled.Ilayaard.

The joint view appeared to bE' Mis, 1 the widow of Alan ---- a

JU>0 EVELT: MAY BE MEDIATOR that others. Including France and Eng OWNERS WANT MATTERS FORCED XL> Hit) wrtd, a multimillionaire, diet FOURTEEN OF CREW DROWNED 1

land ought to be left out because to i on Juno 1. ut the home of her niece ts

France and Germany Are Assisting toe' sure of community of views among However Some Still Hope for a Set Mrs. John :rt. lleury. In Newark N. J. The Boat Carried Eighteen Officer and

all would be a slow and cumbersome she hud just arrived flou; her west" '
United States In Trying to Bring t: mnt-Prospects of 8,000 Truck .n--AII Perished Except Four.
business and would Impress Russiaas ern ho.uV for a visit when attacked b;)

About a Termination of Hostilities taking on a character of outside Teamsters Being Called Out Placesa imeunioiilu Wtx-n\ the new'' of h"r Tugs and Divers Go to Aid of III- ty"Fated

Between Japan and Russia. pressure. This Is precisely what as the Gloomy Aspect on Affairs. death n-Hclie.1 Oaltfornla, her attornc) II Craft. .

Associated Press Is Informed. President teleKisttlifil that Mrs. llayward ha.
6t. Petesfbuxg. June President In the teamstern 1M mouth. Itnglaud, June 9.--8I1a' m
June Peace
Roosevelt and Emperor William Chicago made a s III h *fur*> leaving home 1 III ) r'
Roosevelt striving with excellent to lot fur marine boat ".\11" was' lust off th d
pros: wish to avoid. strike seemed today an which her 'vt\l)' (child :Mrs Emma Himiof .

sects of success to end the bloody war away a* ever. Settlement with,, the :01.'or\" city, was, the sole bent"" break\ eater bets this niorulux. Thieu m

is now the central figure of the world's Russ Paper Are for Peace.St. express fompuni and a. demand uf] flclar)'. t'xplnslont' art mild to buys occurrotl

tage. imious that thu police b9'wilhejrsanfrom It IM now' claimed that a new! |guile. ou board Ix'fori' the fKiimlered. She
Petersburg/June 9.-There IB a
One of the principal features. It 'wagons with the calling oft of the I Is In existence making grvat' change had on board 18 officer and teen lucliiillnic -
in the
significant change tone on part
terns will be overcome once Japan strike were" apparently In lupcrnhle ob- in the: ilUtrlbutlou of the t'>>tltt.'. Till : \ her regular crew soil men who r
of Russian like the
some
and Russia have agreed to accept his Xovoe Vremya, which newspapers never heretofore btacU's to an adjustment I'reMileu Is said to \have! l peen' drawn up the
food offices for the arrangement of the I Cornelius P Shfu. of the ti-unibtera before Mr*. 1f:1): ward died ami It wit were drowned. The other
have been admitted the possibility !
preliminaries. The belligerents are expected union tool an active part In the latest bt' otTored hero i for probate MrcKnuiui were plrUt'il, up.
of the conclusion of hostilities until
to be able to arrange the peace conrtrenC'Itll the mpluern, i. I'.iix. lie ..oli' bont-lkrlary under Tlillnioier u'C'lIrrt'd whlUi the i1k
Russia bad recovered her military
terms. direct. The president Is believed Today though ht was responsible lor hl"c\t \ the California will in the wife' or "A S"' wa proceeding to sea fur pray .
the
with Emperor William In the prestige discuss by a calmly victory.the advisability papers ol I log peace negotiations sevttiul days Audit \\"'IK. a wealthy New; Yuri tic> niToiiipmil..l by Hiuitlit-r milnuarluo f

View that the belligerents should be ago after lie bad b.- the war if Japan's terms arq
ending
allowed to settle the actual terms meeting between a commute hunt the Three t-xi>loiitoiis werw seen from the 4.1
reasonable The payment of a big Indemnity
without outside Interference. new conference" If the employers hat shuts to ocoMr on hUM 1'.1 the "..\\1"
they declare would be tou RANKERS MEET IN FLORIDA
Evidence also exists that President [ agreed! to the demand of the unKm! 'uffl, whIch '''II.I<'nI1 dlnupiieuieil. TIIKnti 1 '
humiliating. The! Noroe Vremya nay* -- -- -
Roosevelt has shared to support o.; dais. liters liiiuiviltalely( proveciltvl, tu tau
bluntly that If Japan asks too much Financiers! of Georgia and Florida
several continental: powers and that In The employer' attorney I.t'v>' )laer. >" nee noTh ,
It will pay Russia to prolong the contest Gather at Atlantic Beach.Atlantic .
the proper time they will appear at also should keep away. 'Ihln tie ur>inurln.. bout lie In IS fathoms
inilcflnitely\ : while the Rusaargues IInll'jl111... June !9.--T1u'rtl<
his back. wand was refused promptly 111\.1 l Slim of water. The first Intimation of -

Exactly what Is transpiring; at WashIngton that If reprcsentatUfu! of the, then wan called In. He made a voclfeioua arrived here this tuornlng over uahiiinlriMl <) the disaster came from the bout her.self .
Russian people are called togethed Ja ,
ItjuKers. hUll (Ir'iitgln utn
is being carefully guarded. The fight against altering I Hul prop l alienating. that shu was 'itUruvtKvdand /
pan will see herself confronted t hy tbs fifty 1 hose Florida us the guests of
diplomats here are still greatly at sea oMtlons of the teamsters to suit the df ) could not rome to the surfuco. A
whole nation and the will readily of the Tn'lullr
not being able to do more than venture wands of the cmiilojfr. I honor Scrreiury ;, signal receiver .shortly before" stun
agree to reasonable terms. 1/i'nllc II. Shnw arrived this nmrtiln
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a shrewd guess and indulge lu With grace efforts again, coming to said : i,
Even the revolutionists, the RUSKaddiare at lu u'rlock with uumU'T of '
a pronirtent
speculation.The I naught the Proill"'CtlH! IIpr""ill of the "All right up to the present time.."
not traitors. They are fightIng bunkers Hha r
Interest with which the moves strike to the 8.000 truck teamsters employed Atlanta Ht-crrtnry > IXvtng parties Inuikedlutrly' pr or veiled .

a Washington chess: board are tbe present rotten bureauciac) by the! ml'lDUt.u! of. the lean and part ram through hut nltfli to (the 1I'n' Those who worn r.-..

>lng followed Is evidenced by the, and not the mother country. They owners' association was today againa from Atlanta |III a- spoils! Putlmnii.S curd wets standing In Hi". vicinity nt

saner In which the ambassadors and would not tolerate a disgraceful peaceUniversal I vital I Issue. Many of the owners 1: 'crt-tary Khuw had ordered a r"vt!. the contiltig lower ut 'the time of lhillaster. ..

lalsters who learned of Ambassador regret expressed In of were In favor of forcing ntattero lathe i nil, cutter to meet him here and hIK and were picked. up by a |>u.<
flclal circles at the retirement of M
I will bard brthitc
aff'siayort. He
[lever's audience of Emperor Nlchols drivers but It was gmerally bop., now ing trawk-r. They were IJeuU-iirtnt,,
I)(>kas e, until recently French minister uft flocked to the American\ neutral element In the aas.ui( ,
:yesterday that the Candy, commander of the l bout .utLltutensnt >
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of foreign affairs. II. was regarded ;
; where lit1 will address the bo--.tl
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mbassy today in search of Infornia- atlon Mould make a hard fight to keep Mnriloch, a potty ciffle..r
att a true friend of RuwMla! was a
on. Bat the situation seems to ben from becoming Involved in the strike' of trade reception and u ""Alii"11, ,
personal friend of Foreign Minister Tlie 1'-lorld.A l and In.rrU$ Hunkers' fie
delicate that the ambassador Inmpelled - hit !lost' boat was uf about\ gun lOll'dhpllACfUtNl1
Count bamsdorff, and wan a sincereand aft businesto a'
tudllll'Jn hues
separate "
to display the most com PLEA FOR COOPERATION. ) sn'I wa litnucte.t In ;l
of the dual
late reserve If Japan proves mod- unequivocal supporter' --. 'astons wiiinrrort tuurnlng, nod In 1901.

rate in her demands, peace seem ateat alliance. The Novo Vrenija says: lithographic Employer Want Assistance ,tee aflernoou will in...-l jointly, ahN" .. .n .. ... r

to be close at hand. An armistice "We know how, to appreciate true" and Good Will of Employes. they ,111 be addresse4 1'1 tlsv'rrtarltihaw ) "
frl..ol.'e have to frw ofllif probablly will be the first evidence New York. June UA committee
The nullS and the Slovo ronftld W. O, Joot... ntftUtant cusliUr of |II l lNatlcuia .
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ht ,world will have that the two pow from the eattern' branrb of the Uthographrrn' -
that TVlcasb to be the victim of .... Many Residtnce In Grand Rapid,
rs have agreed to shake hands .rY'1 aMx>iatun h..4 ,,1.1f"1t l'"ill i l.aol u( \ York
Ing to \play the lmposlblt role e Mfeh., Surrounded by Water
will itUo the joint meeting
annual convention/ of the Utho- a4dr..se '
connecting link between the two rivals e ._ Grand Rapid, ""("h., June f.-ThOrand ax,
Washington June .-M. Ju""*erand, graphlc Artists Kngra\tr and Oealcncrs -
RusMlH and Great Britain. The Hlovosa river Is HM 1 ateailtty rliingherw
(he French ambassador had a confer- league uf America, nullo in aianlotihere. Explanation Not a.tUf.ttory.New '1"11Iml R''
)s: encouraging new
-flee with the president soon after the Orion. Jun' 9--The New Or .
"M. I)' I lcas"e's policy wan never directed rontee from up river points, where th.
alter'a arrival it the executive officestoday. Secretary Smith in addressing the leaps Cutlun I AChsuga.. has appu,1ul e
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towards the isolation of ( or. water I Is reported to "bo stationary or
The Ambassador was with the convention on behalf of the! association tin
a. .Jlt'dal committee to Investigate
many: but he forgot that an alliance falling. Th. water here has now gone
I'resident for about half an hour. At recalled the fuel that the.. IUI1..'. IIIf'W.r. error made by the Weitera Union Tel'
with Great Britain would ruin any political over Front street south of Ilridgestreet.
he clove of the Interview Ainbassaliar system aimed. against Germany.The ..*. art he highest< paid men In the -iciaph company In' transmitting lhOguit Many resident.. In the Mouth

Justerstid said that he rouUl not UrltUh alliance has Dot helped blllliapu. and declared< that the ISniploytrs "">i from' the bureau of kUtUllrn. en are romplrtly urnmnded by deep rand

iscuss the object of his call. Pressed association i III working to raise acrlrtiltiirat department, Wuthlogloulat I
France In Morocco but It has embroiled ....1\11\ current. Workmen,.
lor a statement as to whether peacee the Industry: her with Germany. )I. Delcastepays struggling franllcally to beep the north ;
In progress he r. and could bfO greatly helped by the cooperation .
pvgotlations were of directors decided In a r.-nlullon >
the penalty by retiring as complication end that he coulJ say nothing; that of the workeri. bat the rsplanstlons of the,
piled cart be easier avoided with him a* 'inn to l/o about an even rbanr, *
he had no news. lie Mid that If anything out of the cabinet and his retirementwill "\\> are not flgUtiog tli. labor organization I.I cr.PII roin|'.nr received by Irttti whether they will nueroed, ; ::-

at all were to b. made public Dot affect the dual alliance." *," he said and wv want were not tufuclory. The, ..,.('.., A social to the evening press say
It to come necesrtlyfrom the men to realize that mutual government
would have romnilM uf the rxchang will alsw' that communications: have been partially

President Rwjwvelt. So far as NEWS FROM MANCHURIA. I* best for both aides. As to ronfer with a similar routuilillo b. reestablished with Vbltehall. '

l* conference with the president ..aAoDcenaK. apprentice, we want boy with a natural .Pl*,!nt vl t"y the Nw lurk
he was at liberty to say ability for It a s the beet mean on the adrUabtllty/ of Ifrtm '
Japanese Repulse Russians and Cause hoir The condition on White riveratxj
oUaIDZ. uf perfecting tie. industry and briag- .In wire I bo-
dlalrly putting a private
Them to Retreat Haeltly.Tokio. ,r the town are wor Into bJ
log lithography up to the 'bigo .t t.U-G; this city and blew fury through
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-ImprUl
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France Working' for Peace. made the following standard. '\'a.ltlact for tb4 eirliiilrf u.. ol brldarr and dam, will reach leuadre4eof
headquarters
Pmrts. June -It Is definitely known army calve the two eirbaugm The rommltleee th<*"' ...nlt. Thrr largo dams at .'

sat Count Lam>>dortf. Hufan foreign announcement today King Won't .,.. la tntrurt to art lotbi*..llaU>iy Wall Cloudlesperis. and Krrry were '
IDlytersecondbybl.WItte. chairman AL 11-30: o'clock on tb* noretag of tteoelbolm. rt* .-Klog f

the committee of mlnlilers, has June 7, a tody of Rn*"!aaa, son* ICO o.cu bas refused to r..cHv. lb. d<<'putalion washed roiupletrlaway. ,
Cigarette Law Con.'""t.IOftaJ. /
overtures through the Rns- strong advance from the direction appointed to prr_nt btra the
Jtlated 7.000 l>V( Ind.. JuneJura.
abroad to learn of Sumlaotsc about a mil sad a quarter =or.f.Jaa etorthlog'a address, Tit* rqumt *. tndianapoll.. "

represeidal dl''po itloa n.and terms of peace. east of YlalylDienmea, but were that ta* ting _*1v the depo. J.m.. ''''.1''''r'. of the >Uriotiar euauty _llBg, \\'. Va., Jun >.- .TT Mar.hat .

tufts it i Is said her. trrays met and repulsed) 1 by>> ue o* aa em!.I., Utkm a.* ..ftt by the pt.-.ld..t of *nof cart today dorM. In the roanty grand jury, which b*. -

( ago and were! the basis n nc lying north of that j 1a e Thenraiy tbe atoribing. M. Dere"', WB* received ..a.- of the Irate against, W W. Imrf.Indlrtmt about eouipletiMt It* work, .111 return ;

idedly more hopeful view fled .IB C'OGf'tuloa toward a tH.grata from Ilea rradlBg as fol- for .N.I..I'. a elgireUe that la41e-tal. to tb* number of 7>*> l

,jfflctala began to hate. Arae lag V7 ral> aorta of Slal.-1 Iowa '..A. I Ao not r.'ctafu tile Ib* aaty-tfgatell. law passed by t j* calAst breweries which k.v. violated. ) .

, It was flea sad sir Oa. M/ldtor sad to ..add:>d rvolxtlo *ry str)e wkirb I tbs .tort* i..' legislator. (. tosst tatlonal) et. U. new ua law of Ib. *.I..t.Vb..a

; ttat Covet !.. ta.dotf! were captare I. lag la ttoUttos of elt- C"OII.UIQtJr an
/ represent the peace rte- With the etfpUoa of sklrmUb Ve. set of toaloa) sod In f roM araii ltMag sec-relate. commerce tar tiruuleJrsnay .4ou. M.B.aik>a, t"r, U n>.*n. over r.

r' not yet clear bow fart (._. ......tM ne bok .M .... tb.r* Uchangr ka, itafort.feat ly taken, I d.- Import't<< :"rrti". from o4bfrtales 700/wv of II.) *. and rusts agalaii th.

.i.l i. shared by he esj>p so tQ report .1..<. b fof.Off. rfrne lo 1ft....". ties 4..U....... 77ie aid aweila 'arts but it U B.WnU : breweries, besides l |70.0 la f... fork ,'

r, Count I.Am'dorlT 1 poevertare liec) I* citeg' vry nsarrtpttiTkar tefegrame ,) .fa! to sn *r g!,. tile w away proe.atag| attorney If ha lasleU

the tar fore ." "f Cargo f.. Sale., sympathy ssd 4..ot.._ 4r, fiiwty U dl.ria,1.d. Tb, slat wjiak epos eoUertlag

responsible gnarler.pvevlon. .. Nagaoakl. J... 9. -It to. ,. O'I'1t'Ot row! alt & of ta.* .f.C.w.. aa: any. .. tTirnNre -.y . -

p.0.erarateorigin. tier that the Jap II..... sf affrrJc. for _.- --T4n..I Afire.fleavet Ore.t ..*.t llil '/tUlt..
Gae.4ry May E.a..,.. H..... .
ThU Mtom ah rapsred by lhm fruit the Ra.NakL a.. .4oa. Jaae > -.rtwcretary jfay ..... -oIn. Jose > Word nt. *, bawls 19 ,.*,. ago under "

here sod at other cap --_._---- Mrs, flay lets IXMMto at IMMM for IJrrpool ... ""..es ver.vr4: at the .I..a..raf olll ..... the faiAUf ".,... of "lirowalng." afn.

sow acry: gotag o%, Attem*,ee1 t* Kill Her CsUirew.Staadlab. ' to jots tttea ... WtlS. Afar. ftaa fit th Eraser A UMt (Diode rsllreed of flu* gre."ret bell player .la ttAaa.dei.

arr ..r fwltte at EJ.rprav4 --at. .bat a Are ass probes Ottt t antonc tb.. was today rmDu.IU..C 10 lb.IsytoM '

iaflWIUy ** .p.C'1iI j 8-<
. I .4 to kin her flv* *'0..,. MUd! .4 a royal rr ta tkral tent I nt .;"*..d J'ID i fn an4 has teashreilg loI"S".Uw Irrownlag bas duns otk--

Gattatcd by 9 h eMt. ft** bream. sow tees( ( .. tor the eesvnlesaw. of ih.trttef.rt (M4 err' ts' '.A 1ealwera lax far atuof, t..a yrsrOm.. tins.2.rlsx .

WHO /leseesr.ft. A eta,, that sW k4 (. b* loa'.. ut au!'. who was ..... <.Sty .t"asa.tttsg. 1.are W". INt" 'M 4 tfc* later part utnr b 1 baseball

T1nt.tVtwwe atC la lay city aaa yt.ce Sa a ,.u.4f A..4oIW JUi4 a4 Mft, a.:d. tJre.at.r 0'{ fIIf ,.........'11 lf1tflt '.met4A -r II.* *ej .rr",.11\ o) tb* bruit with\ "

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::: is STREET ROW -Hew Is Baby Today ? LONDON IN A FOG.A -


Better, think your-In fact, quite well Weird. Dmr of D.... Gloom !. kiss '

i WAS EXCITINGTwo Fat; round and,full of,life and mischief Emmll'b MetropolU. YOUNG WIFEHOOD'Borrow. _
lie knew his London well. We went
Pink and white:Besh. dotted with dimple .. '

*., No,cough; ; no 1nd! e'tion.accou forth Into a fog that was of the pea .'MJusa., 152 Shawmnt Ave., Oct: 25 'W*> 'I ..

r''' Colored Men Engage in ...... soup Variety. It seemed useless *> After I had been married about four months i Wt -.jr \ -
,.,t) \r watt any longer for It to clear off. The I seemed to lose the light step }
' Fight in Carriage. days were all alike and were darker and SSgedDrearily along instead. My appetite tub me

than twilight ever dared to be. I clung and I lost health and strength. I was wh ancI had i

to Prentice MulforU's coat sleeve, for shooting pains through my limbs and stomach bear- c (
f' BROOKS. WAS IN DANGER DZDMULSIDNadministered' I I knew if be were once to get beyondmy ins down pains and constant headaches added to my misery. _
..ji, reach The menstrual flow became and more profuse and I
I could n.- er'hope to find
Says Will Strobhar Drew Knife and At. him was unfit to attend to my daily duties. My husband called
We
again. groped blindly
among physicians and I took enough medicine to 7
tempted to Cut His Throat and by mother whose love the streets, where the atmosphere was kill a dozen women, but it all had no effect on me whatever until i

Would Have Been Successful l Had was tempered with common sense .only less palpable than the houses that took Wine ot Cardni. In a few days I felt a change for the better my genera -
walled us In. At Intervals we Inquired !health improved and at the next time of my periods my flow was more
He Not Clasped the Knife. She knows that' OZOMULSION jsa where we were, for otherwise we could natural and was in less pain Gradually I recovered my K-lth and strength

the Brown fountain of energy for grown-ups, I never have known at all. We bad to and am now in perfect health. I take an occasional doseot Wine.of Cardui
Brooks at
Mallie a porter too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes I fret oflr way carefully and take aound- which keeps me welL "* -*

House and Will Strobhar, a back nen, plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble ng. at interval, "Here." paid Prentice I am happy to give O a4
In difficulty etter. this endorsement. C/vJ c4 _
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engaged a
became
y folk it, is the chief .nourisher at life's I ak we paused In pace; "bore is you

II day which retailed to the$ bad for feast. It cures Consumption when Temple Bar." I thought I saw something President,Back Bay+ Woman's Club.

Brooks, but it might have been worse taken in time. All druggists sell it- that might bare been the ghost
ti had not Brooks grasped an open knife and the bottle. Let of an arch hewn out of the solid fog. Why don't yon try for the same health:Mrs. Bicker has? It is easy to
50 cents $z.oo us directions. Wine of Cardni
said Strobhar attempted The of secure if take Wine of Cardai according to
with whieh It was top It. though It was not lofty, you
send youFree strengthens weak and worn-out women of any age and assists the mother and
As It is I wall lost to view. Temple "Bar.
; to oft his throat. I now housewife to bear her exacting duties. Wine of Cardui makes women fit
however Brooks Is nutting a pair of Sample Bottle by Mall gone forever from the place where Its for all'the duties of womanhood.

fingers almost severed from his left Write letter or postal toOZOMULSION gates once swung in the wall of the It will relieve; the pains of irregularity, cures falling of the womb,
old city-it wall here her gracious and has been known to remove what physicians -
dy hand, and will be relieved of the s tUf leucorrhoea. ovarian troubles,
CO. majesty Quoeri Victoria of England considered dangerous tumors. Women who. use Wine of Cardui
.". act Ion of receiving his weekly salary OS Pine Street, < New York was wont to receive tbe keys; of thecity I do not suffer at the monthly periods. They do not suffer hysterical attacks,
since he Is laid op for repairs. from the hands of the lord mayors I because Wine of Car ai gives them strong nerves freed from ,the irritationof

The row started in the carriage driven when she! drove In state to St. Paul's I female suffering.
SPECIAL RATE TO BUFFALO.Via : A bottle of Wine of Cardni purchased from your ,druggist
cathedral We threaded Fleet
,
by Qtrobhsr. From best Information street!
win keep free fron.pain.
you _
but could not see to the farther shore.
% obtainable It appears that the two Seaboard Air Line Account Session .
"Here Is her majesty's tower," Bald' '
Hill
men were coming from Spring .
of B. P. O. E.
Prentice, but nothing of It was visible, WINEoJCAAQU.1
where Brooks had been on an errand
The Seaboard Air Line'" Railway: has not one ntone upon another. We crooned ",-
After the altercation began the linea
been designated by the Florida Elks London bridge almost without
were released, and the men remained Association as their official route from knowing It. The waters of the Thames,

't clutched until'the horses reached the Florida to the Grand Lodge Session at which are but condensed foe, were invisible - .--
Brown House, wher. they were sep from the parapet, and the steam
Buffalo. It is the desire to operate a
arated. Both were arrested, but released ferries were picking their'way can-
: Florida Elks! special train to leave
4 on bond, and they will have the tlously and looking very like marine
Tampa at 8 p. m. July 8th, and Jacksonville holes
teR opportunity this morning the may monnten In a muddy aquarium. We Fay-
at B a. m. July 9th. The trainto
rc or's court to give their respective sides crawled through the runnel for foot
, consist of dining baggage car and traffic under the Thames which was
a of the .tor,.
.- drawing room Pullman sleepers like a hole In the fog and for, hours
r through to Buffalo without change. carried( the sky about on our nhonldera.'
f ALAOHUA NEW Typewriter
1 The route of travel will be via Sea. It was a woolly greasy and ill mnelling
sky. Our nostrils were clogged wltbclot.Jenl.
board Richmond
to pasting through
,' Negro Gets Three Month.ReUSlou.M..tlnS.
like
chimney flues, and there
Savannah, Columbia, Camden and .
ACKNOWLEDGED
and Personal Notes. were smudges all over our faces.
t Raleigh ; R. F, A P. to Washington,
Sometimes for A moment or two we THE BESTMACHIIE
Alachaa, June 9.-Robert }Farrow and Penn. R. R. Washington to Buf saw a spot overhead that wa like a

w colored, was convicted! In J"'!;ce Gas- falo. Only seventy-five passengers are I pale. red wafer, and we knew it for ON TAE MARKET

well's court of trespass and sentencedto required to secure this special train. the sun. now lost to us. The lamps Has Tabulator

EffB5 serve three months In the county ; service. that burned all day were like glowworms UMIVUiASAL ""nDOA! D I

chalngang. barrow had bought some Roundtrip rates to Buffalo and return for dimness, and so we explored Every Machine.

k things from W. W. Harper a farmer from Gainesville. $34.95. the wonders!! of the town and saw I

living near town tut had not paid for Passengers from Miami and Key an much of It as a blind man sees, but

them, and he agreed to let them stay West will re-purohaie at Jacksonville. no more.Cbarlen Warren Stoddard in Lightest Shirt I Lightest panning! The

where they were until they were paid Through Pullman sleepers for Buffalo National Magazine.A Champion Speed Writers of the World

#' for, but changed his mind about It. will positively leave Tampa at 8 Thousand Dollars' Worth of Good. Use the Fsy-Sholes. More Fay-Sholes in

and broke Into the house to get them, p. m. July 8th and Jacksonville 9 a.
"I have been afflicted with use in Gainesville than other machine.
with the result as above stated. m.. July 9th for the Elks and their kidney any

Protracted services will\ begin at the friends. Secure your Pullman sleeping and bladder trouble for years, passing

church June 11. Rev. W. O gravel or stones with excruciating
r Baptist ear space now. For Sale
by. . .
Foster, the pastor will be assisted by Tickets on sale at rates named for pain says A. II. Thurnes. a well

4. H... L. R. Bsnford of Virginia. all trains July 8th, 9th and 10th, but known coal operator of Buffalo O. "I] THE SON Gainesville Fla.

Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Bishop have returned In order to reach Buffalo for the openIng sot no relief from medicine uutil I began ,

f from Hampton Springs. session ask for sleeping ear reservation taking Fole,'. Kidney Cure ; then

..4 Mrs. J. O. Scruggs of Georgia Is on a on the Florida Elks' Special. the result was surprising. A. few doses
started the brlck-dust-likw substanceand
visit to relatives here. A day In Washington sightseeingand

kr d, F. y, Smith, who has been attending visiting the government buildings now I have no pain across rnj kidneys G. S. MERCHANT GO.
&
Stetson University at DeLand, Is a, has been arranged. and'I feel like a new man. It has
done me 11.000()( worth of good." Fole,'. .
f home on a vacation He Is one of our Stop-overaof ten days, within final
brightest young men, and has an exoelleni limit on all extended tickets, has been Kidney Cure wlU:) cure every form of Retailers and Jobbers in i
kidney or bladder disease. J. W. MeUollum -
record at the university. arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia A Co.

The first watermelons of the season Baltimore and Washington.

\ were received here Wednesday. A trip to New York can be taken Inconveniently I.." It W.. Pr.......*. Staple l and Fancy Groceries

'' Misses Alice and Leila Oslo made a on side-trip rates of $.. Who was It'who declared that a German ,

visit to Gainesville Tuesday. Philadelphia to New York and return In despair at the difficulties of

raster Stokes of Paradise was In the good six days. English pronunciation said that we Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers.
"caoutchouc" and read It "gutta.
D city on business Tuesday. The Florida d.lelatloa11\ be personally write
driven to such
rvhar Ue was not
Miss Eva Powell is friends p SOUTH BIDE SQUARE ,
visiting conducted by James F. Taylor desperation as* one of his countrymenwho GAINESVILLE. lI'LOKIN

and relatives at Waldo. traveling passenger agent of the Seaboard gar up the study of the languageon Highest market price paid for Chiekens. Eggs and oIlier Prvdnee
Dr. J. W. Bishop will leave In a few Tampa, Fla. being told that the "Mikado" was

days for Hastings, where he expects to For aleeper reservations or other Information pronounced ". decided BUCCWW."-Chicago : -
A Complete stock of Hay Corn 0..... Floor )
locate..Mrs.. write 8. O. Boylston Jr., News and handle Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Ides
hn Rr. W" *) the VERY BEST 1004.h.. LOW
Oliver Futeh is visiting her .iit passenger agent, or A.. O. MaoDonell. EST PRICES and guarantee: satisfaction always.

= .rat Waldo this week assistant general passenger agent,

R'4 - --- Jacksonville, Fla. CASTOR -
8i6Td8LIB8ffiD:
MR. STEEL'S DEPARTURE. -. 1809.
JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT. For lafutta and Children.

well Pleased With Gainesville and May Qeorge Richardson Convicted and Sentenced Thi Kind Ysa Ban Always Bought H.F.DUTTON&CO.DEALERS .
Come Here to Reside.
on Two Charges.George .
: Bear the81Qnatar.
---- IN____
l After several days in this
spent city; Richardson
colored was arraigned of
and section, durlrg which time he wa In Judge Oolman's court Friday Sea Isla-n
the guest of Mr and Mrs. W. E. on twoehargesemb.ssl.mentandlarceny. CottoD.-
C.1..t.
Brown TV, Steel I of Ga. .
Bremen .
.
.
After hearing the .fideDe.I. Mrs. D. $tyj)" (exhibiting ptctnr.).-
departed Friday Tor Clvrmont, Lake Sea Island Cotton
.. the Richardson Seed
ease was adjudged Too know my daughter palate from Bagging and Twine. Walrcs
county, where h" will visit friends. guilty and sentenced to thr. monthson .. Leather in '
nstnr*. Critic-Far from It. It seem Strips or Sides.
h; Mr. 8t..l Is very much impressed each charge He will serve the New Tort 'Tin*.. *

4, with Gainesville and its *opl., whom time at McDonald's turpentine
camp :
t he declares to b* the "cUverest lot" Fairbanks.It ..... OA.ad.taadar.Dtd Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved Eng

he has ever met He has lien for would appear that Richardson Is that deaf mote onto Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.
make a Nt apeecfat D yU-$.. U..poke ..
,
R some lime a subscriber to The Sun partial to prison life sine he has .
a .
oghandvOtAcute ,. ..... Ls. GAINESVILLE .
FLORIDA TJ
.
and says (It was reading so much about just finished sorting a third HaHatte S 'A.i

Gainesville and Alaehua county a* the at this eamp,aggregating. nine months. Rheumatism.

*-'t' proper plae' for a home which attracted Ue was released.from custody a few
here. II. Is ... Deep tearing or wrenching pain., oe-
him
a thinking
day ago and was so well pleased with ABSTRACT &
casioaed' by getting wet through, worse REALTY COMPAQE.
dourly of returning here to rreidr per the place thai he accepted a "fr.. labor"
when st reel, or on first moving the
manently. job signing a labor !.*... and ..- .
"" Mr. Steel says he feels under many curing aa advance. It wa b* cured Ballerd's :
4 obligations for the eourteelee extended kipped.."violating both his labur eon- quickly by Snow Linlnt 01.
.nt. flies p Oteeoit Gitwaw Cay III., E. VOYLE :MGR.:
him while here,and d..l,.. to thank tract and defrauding the maaajemeaiit
+ all, .ep.lally Mr and Mrs. Brown, of money and Roods, that got him writes. K.b. IS. IBCQt **A year ago 1 I Abstraeta of Title and mil Information faral&becl rsarda lag land l. taleeo /:
.
Our
was troabied with" a pale In bek oat J manager hu lived I. .
my fhb scooty thirtJ ...,. etas
.
ln" .
f for their hospitality.KaatMky trvuble a It soon got so bad I could not bend j vr ant with Uad title.FIR15 'fcl
m. mtts la which to medllar u*.r 'b..i'ua&loa .
over. One bottl of Ballard's Know
Pays Her .eTrsaldort. .... and decide wh.u&.r ur act Liaim.at en red m.." Sold by VV. M, ,;c:,
he mil "be good" after hla d..... . E. E.
.. Ky. Jsa. '.-Tfca Tsai *f .* Johnson. VO :

Keainaky' registered hand !mu. of - --....-.- -- ACCIDENT. BUBGURY .
AID DfDICCrITT
.; 1(04.060. mad la lta was pall oC MDUq a number of Dl811JUJIOZ.
promlae.t .u..rieaa &Del .
..... It bwkaa a* 11.000 each with baraupad a. The doctors'StrMparflla. BBL EST.LTE .A.JrD CITY LOA2I8..u.Ja eoDIpu.5eL ",t
..
"2M) Interest war .r..eatad fist t... 'f h tested and GA.en.ee-v-111 ;
lamptioa. TU1 a..,.. the UU la6tt tried SarsapiriUa. The Samp e a e .B':1..ax-14.: : :; t

tot .. .*eat its dig ocopoa h mAa I rers' I rilla that makes rich red blood m$,

<*x.000 M.Jh.aa. tMr.!* a aa flash ;
ot< MM
,
1 > ''''". ".o. r. .. .. ,. ...
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.---. ..-.- -- '
. '''. yt'I
NUPTIALS.Full '
FOR CUTTING TREES \ 'hill,
.
Often The Kidneys Are

R.portof That Important Society Three Colored Man Arrested and Finedin :: '. '.'. :".... : .::;....'.:._ ....,,:.:", ':. .,',;:;_ H; '.. ..: '.,,:,' , :' ',, :",:,'.' \ : :.': .: ,; . ,: : .: ,
Weakened .
Event In Ocala. by 01Er-WoiL .
Levy County. .

0caIa.JJD.8Wedbe.d.ay night the Unhealthy KUneys Make Impure Blood. .' The Levy County Advocate of the 9th "
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alexander It used to Ixf considered that oulurinarv. > I' + '
contained the,
following +
: CASTORIA a
and l bladder troubles
Liddon. on Oklawaha av. nue. was were to be
"La".r Vxyleof the Em Florid
traced to the lu lue .
of >:!>
the scene a very lovrly rnt wh
"n
'I' Tela'ph>
+' Inn nun modern n" l'.nipsoyhad thr"e of hi.

their eharmiuK daughter, Mi.3 Johuuie. I science proves that colored laborers arrtedW lnea.. t

Liddon,, was married to Dr. James nearly all diseases day by our worthy County Comrui ;, For Infants and'Chl1"dtThe ,
Maxwell Dell of Gainesville. have their beginning
The hoar sinner E. C.
Price
for eotting down
in the Uisoruer
of the wedding was set for 9 o'clock,' ,!, ot tree the road I
these most important: across public near here. 1 Kind You Have
and some time before that hoar the I organs.( They were taken before Judas Harri -

home aa(,ard were filled with friends The kidneys filter and fined! $10 p'-r trre. Prl'tlJ't'xpt"o- V 1 1 I ,,

echo had come to witness the nuptial and that purify is their the work.blood live cutting. Beware of cutting: trees Always Bought ,1

The entire house wa very prettily Therefore, w hen your kidneaare weakor aero settlement and public road." XV ; etable IVeparntion For AsslmUaling '1 '

and simply decorated with bamboo, out of order you can understand how --- -- - -- n>cFoodnndRc5uLnUng n

palm and flowers. At the front door 1 I I I quickly your entire body is affected and Dying of Famine the Stomachs awl Bowls ofc Bears theSignature ,
i bow to fail to do its
Mrs. E.L. every organ seems
Carney Mrs
!, R. G. Blake I*, in Its torments like dying of con
anttllra.. Hatch-.il received the guests duty.If '* umption. The of <;mttt'k K '
you are sickor "feet badly, begin progress consumption r-- ----- X "
and gave' them a happy welcome. taking the great kidney remedy, l>r. from the beginning to the very

Mr*. 8. T.: Sutrnnk introduced'the Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon end, i i. a long torture, both to victim FromolcsDigcslion.Chcerl'u-I} ; t

guests to the receiving party, who stood all as your the other kidneys organs are well to health.they Mill A trial help and friend. "When I bad consumption nesS and 'Contains' : witherOpium.Morphme I ,' OfrtOTNAI4CQTIC.

io the back parlor which was very "will convince anjone. in it* first siege." write Wm My- nor}'Iu ral. '

prettily decorated.In If you are sick you can make no mistake er of CearfoMd.., "after trying different . : .

the receiving line were :. Mrs J. bv first doctoring your kidney. medicine and a good clo'tor.la .oo ** E
B. Dell and Mra. John Futch of Gainesville The mild and the extraordinary effect of \ "tAgiearevtos1MI1zA1Ca1Y
the vain I at lat took Dr. King' New Dis
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root great \
Mra. B. J. Potter. Mrs Clarence kidney: remedy, is'soon rcalued. It covery which quickly and perfectly lS. ei.fw t- 1S

Camp. Mra. D. E. Mclver. Mrs. W. V. stands the highest for its wonderful cures cured! me." Prompt relief and lure .atr..fe.a. -S a r

NewsomMrs. C. K.Tydingt, and Mr*. of the most distressing cases and is sold cure for coughs( colds ore throat faro rwl.w.-. iii i

Eugene Matthews of Starke. on its merits by all ti- bronchitis, etc Positively Ill
druggists in fifty-cent .... prevents 1. :w..
pnrumonla' Guarantetnl at .nil drug I
The wedding ceremony wa performedin and one-dollar size .J'rwJ-
.. store. Price SOo artl a bottle. Trill
the yard under a big oak tree. A bottle You may ; :
bottle free
beautiful canopy had been built of' have a sample bottle: Hom-.ors-m-.|.ltaot. -.-- ---- 0 UseFor

large white pillars draped with rope by mail free also a pamphlet telling you In..".-. roller.Taiulng Aperfeel nommly rorC'ol\lIp.!) ... .
how to find out if have kidney or
you lionSotlrStonwwhlfarchocn :
of bamboo and surrounded with beautiful bladder trouble "Mention this uiK-prtiilnly before a tIt''''k In '

palmetto trees and potted plants. when writing! to Dr. Kilmer & Co., paper Kinghaniton. the big insurance utnoe. the HU...'ruiaiiUitor \\'orl1\s.Conv\l1 iu"s.t vvmtv : OverThirty .
I ) Loss SLKK1"
mild to the clerk. *'01 kraut to ixcss nix CU'
The yard was lighted with electricity, I N. Y Don't make an\'mi"take. > .

the lights all being shaded in pale :] but remember the name Swamp-Root, tok out a 'a' Iley.to Fac Sinwlo, Si':nnlur of :' "i+g
Dr. KHmer's Swamp-Root. and the address "Life, tire or marine y drawled! the q
green. The night was beautiful and !I N. Y.oue> bottle.
liiughauitou, ery dapper clvrkvldi Innurte unrcumu. t Years
the picture around the improvised altar ".\11 thn-'. tH'm thlnkln'." retorted : YOIIK

was indeed a beautiful one. the applicant.Ol'm g ln' for a stoker
I words that made Dr. Dell ,and Mill
At 9 o'clock Mr. Edwin P. Pittman lnth'uavru .k.
Liddon man and wife, and during the -
played the Mendelssohn wedding -

march and the attendants marched ceremony Mr. Pittman played very J>.r.... .. I...'.. Ir, CASTORIAvs. y.

from the dining-room through the hall softly Cupid' Garden. To llvo in the prcseuou or great
After the ceremony Dr. and Mr. truths mid oti-rnal lawn, to U l led by tXACT COPY Cf WRAP cn.
oat into the yard and formed an aide
Dell were kept very busy receiving the j> rman">iit lilouU- that U: what kerpa
through which the bride and groom the world Ignores ...aw.wn__... 05w roes .....
congratulation and bet wihe of a man juitlcntlion
walked. They carried garland of emi their friend, the guests remaining for him and calm and mii i olUtl wlion the - :- : : "'::'_' -:_...... .; ..(.". _,...:':'"::.: :"': :::.'- __ t:4-: : V' .,J

lax and came out of the home in thefollowlng'order several hou world praU him.-Ilalzac.
rll.
: Mrs Mallory Liddon

with Mra. O. V. Miller ; Miss Grace On the front veranda the two punchbowls A ..rpr'." I. ator.. _-___ _______ _... _ _ __ u._ -_..__._ "_"'_.._______.__ ..
were presided over by Mr Jack
Hatchell. with Mrs. Sam T. Dell of Sweet IniuMVuti-- Papa safe that
I Camp Mrs. F. L Watson :MM. A. E. can't afford to Ulanr, Julleful [.POLitA DOT CAN9J"
Gainesville ; Miss Lula Mellon of Tampa you
terig, Mr. A. Brown Mr. d. T. 8-! Youth-Oh, how absurd! Why. It only
with Miss Rhoda Liddon ; Mra. J.
trunk Mis Annie Davit and :Miss costs a few dollar! Hweot luno..r'nce-
B. Hlers of Jacksonville with Miss Va- OWis
Gertrude Pereda Light: refreshment Is that HuT How foolish papa Ul I'll [ TjHETjIglb .
leta Potter; Miss Louella Gary, with
buffet both In the tell him.
were served style, t
;
Miss Evelyn Liddon, all of whom wore house and yard.In --- --- I.prraf- M ......M. ...U.wtw.. f. .., n.-e.d '
e o-.r. nr *"'""*
exqoiiite white dree . r Tsa'ir
LllllBigg" Br.ta.l c-*> +p' *
the room to the rear of the library -
The two sisters of the bride, Misses -To think that a mn should '
the wedding gift were di I.. I 'Above all. USE GOOD PAINT!
Iola and Caro Liddon, were the maid put an enemy lu hi* mouth (o steal
played. They were very numerous Th mil)I linrcii 0,1'! JOIN puns hiwmi I It the' .I.-the. one gnat repulahe
of honor and came in after the matron away his bmlim! Orlgga Yes and of nod paint (tar which there 11 no wh.tdute-.nJ. chI turt wf. ) U> gat tKe
and bride,maid.. They were and beautiful.Dr. !. think what a bunt It must !he fur the purr Fresh hared oil i* io bur the oil l and -

and Mr. Dell left over the early enemy KOID.tlIIU"!
alto in white and carried pink bride.ml *- &
morning Seaboard for their future 1

d'. rose. home in Gainesville. Mr*. 1>..11'. o.1 n,111 thy lirotUtf's I intro*", and iJS3SuTFMfVcly. .

Next came the pretty little ring- ing-away gown was of blue louUine, !Io. tblu own tins reached the, .ho.-! .' Far awry" ,.u... eI Kixlurk P.i,,< buy .se gatta of imMnf e t.Tfc .
bearer. Ellen Stripling, followed by i Hindoo ITov.rb.HAIR m-lr two gallons o-p..int.wadyw uw. .,CIU then *.....> that lit* pMl.
the dainty little flower girl France silk, trimmed with hand-embroidered "," 'n: ."mine... four house! il .livr- >"shw genuine wl I I* in it," and p-jn, i i. not
|, lace In the peacock effect with which punt unirw) M ofr llx purr r>iT W. mill "rarthcl *pl"tn dw". ",,**,
Lidd on and Janet Matthew., who carried ol Kmloch P.dsiua30'' fin in4 K* um
she wore a blue braid and maline hat TELLS CHARACTER.
basket+ of daisies and scattered
,
them in the pathway of the bride. The to match. _v- STERNBERGER & PHILLIPS,.
I This popular couple have the best
Color
of llnlr Said to fiKllmto a P..-
three little girl wore accordion.plait..ct
wishes! and congratulation of a hOlt! of a.... T..r........ G.A.INJDSV.ILL1I: FLORIDA..
pink organdie frocks and added a j
friends all the State:
over 0
pretty touch of color to the picture.Dr. I Many peopi. believe that blonde, or
-- tight hair JnotM
rr"etlun and desk 0
Dell had as hi* best man hi* only Cures Old Sores. hair constancy. A person without hair I I II. 1

brother Mr. Sam T. Dell of (Jain-*. nut devoid of tharnctr.: far Irvin It. _ --_ . -- - --
ville. Westmoreland, Kan, May 5, 1903. The disposition of he average b1J.hntdtHl .

Ballard Snow Liniment Co.t Your man I* to show -uch .ul llucl
<: The bride came out with her father, Snow liniment cured an old sore on fur the welfare of otlirn.. that ln ncR1.ct. SE..A.. ::s a .A. D
.
-Nrr. C. A. Liddon. She wa exquitite: the side of my chin that was supposed hlmMlf A ,.erm rau... bntiln<..
Iylovelr in a handsome white crepe de Hrof. Habournud. o* I'aru. Vrat'.. In.
to be a cancer. The sore wa stubborn nocculut.J..rabbit with iMndrufT ..rm..
chine gown beautifully trimmed with and would not yield to treatment, un I can-In- |It (10 bwoin totally twld In "... Air Line Railway
hand-made lace and seed pearl, and weoka' Hm. To rM lh. "alp of there
til I tried Snow Liniment which did ,
,
danceroiiji .
..
crm It I. n*'(' .ry la apply
she long white tulle veil and
wore *f .
the work In short order. My slater .wbroIlerplcMo.
( carried bride roaes, and wa a* charm. 'I [..troy the cau.t! "0" r mov.. the '
Mrs. Sophia J. Carson Alleaville, .rrl'Ct... . r v ic* . '. t.
ugly beautiful a bride a* one could t ,
:Miffln, Co.. Pa., ht* a ore and mi. acid by leading drull'.....*. IW.nl lOtto In ; *
I wish to ee. trust that it i I. a cancer. Please send ', .tamPII for s.mpte "* The Jlnp1c:14. Co.. -
The Rev. O. C. of the --trot. Uch. '
Carroll
| stet church pronounced the mystic Bap her.a RQc bottle Sold by W, }I, .John 'J. M. DMIr"nt It c.. K.erlal. A..fa Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southe'r"Pines. ;

'on ... - .., .-- -. .
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DEATH OF A NOBLE LADY. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash:

HEALTH AND HAPPINESS :
Mrs. Elizabeth Raised
Ramsey Away
ington Baltimore Philadelphia
at Arredondo Thursday. E 1Y

Sickness and Sorrow Are the Lot Mr. Elisabeth Ramsey, wife of

of Women Who for Any R.son ..- Thomas G. Ramsey, died at her borne New York. "

Neglect Any Form of In Arredondo of paralysis! Thursday

Female Trouble. night after an (Illness of a few day. \

Thousand of women are unhappy frc.o..f'd wa letenty.twa year of

a.. they are unhealthy They age at the time of her death. Sb. we.

kid not know a sorrowful moment a native of Geoff' having been born Thrt'j Elegant TrulriH Daily. r 1,

if they could enjoy the blelogof good near MeRae. She wa a nobU lady of r

health yes. confiding; yet aer..eaedIrom In no one and\ suffering prying ChrUlian character and wa loved' by Seaboard Florida Limited.

i alienee and In sorrow, they are the tier large circle of friend. She I U tar t

ietima of condition peculiar to their tired by her husband, bus daughter

ix,incurable.which they imagine are chronic Mi*. Bailie Ramsey, and two eon, I' r Seaboard Express. '

O. and F M Kam.*y. (o whom the :
Female Panacea
_0. F, P (0.1. ) JtaMtn..se
nttant relief and i I. a positive sympathy of The Sun and other friend

tr leucorrhea. prolanva. ovarian I I. extended. Seaboard Mail. {

and painful or .npprIt ..*-*! The funeral wa held Friday afternoon
U purely" vegetable, I
and the 'Interment we In Kay ;
j ingredient of a harmful ;
1..DI to take and U read napaha cemetery A large on enter of

} ted even by the most dell- Friend aaeembled to py their last MODERN PULLMAN E QUI' II E NT'//

mark of respect to the deceased, wfco
health. beauty. tt.ady ;
eep.
died she bad U..d-el pea4sVw>th rUlRIDA h
blood and freedom from a* Ead. TheSKABOARp: LIMITED U a loUd veeUbaled train, awm' ?
pre
ptly follow its sue aMtuNiiona tae world. oed ....eMl..I' of sew Pullman e of the body beeome Abaoiutely' (be safest and mot ftOo Roves ,n..|Ct r*. Mieterouru sad ObMrvatloa, Car.-operatlajc belweea $t. .A,..
healthy. TOG do not have Stimulation Without IrrHa aooaieal *r>... now 011 the ".".1. All .0'''*. sad **klfUU'J'tJTjrork't". Wehlagton' beating, HI. AUIIN'ln'JIIO tfl
Uee-1 j-J to n horW tx w.r, We p. IB. sad Jeeks.estll.ldOdsUy.te.pStlandsys.
r word for it. Ak your la aIM of toraaeh. sad liver t | for
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bottle of O. F P.. D*. It r *
.r a the proper treatment U 10 '*UMBthee >
aad when you have fl!.. TJ U eaglae .. cot a "Jaek stall :
or.... without Irratatlag diem, ,....." ;
with Line
G.. if you can eooeeii -.- dynamo) or baiieriM sad Only Operating
00 i have net been tone Once Laxative mill 9-rop aide dire> Mod,, trtccere M a.. low "PO .&.cI."

bottle back sad he will floe and stimulates tt>e liver tad bow. bat U I* a-CrMker Je.a" to. do yav Dilly Through Pullman' Sleepers from Jacksonille to Now Orloias

} eel the II. ele wltaoat Irritatlag t1... ergaae tUte work. sad no leMtake Held' neder fait
.t eaaaot supply" Ppo.Geretle ailie It.'OM g..ar...t.. o* year mosey bMk: < 81 teapi -
or ordiaary cataartie telly ....It. For t.U laferraaltoa .> 1'OEU..UpOON
Medteiae Co.. 9.r reeerralloae sell oa a.r areas Meabuard. ot
Teaa..direet. cad theya not .a....... *r gripe' << tad I* mild cadpleasast GEO. write A. O. IIIaei O. ELL. tl. O. BOVlSlTOW Ja.

tJoM,.. pr-Jd upon t.- to take J, W MrCoIlea A W. MOYERS; Aet. Oarat P,......er Af eat, Csauag.t lC..f..I.4CIUOXTIUr. i;

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Cthr.! : ; New York, June 9_Rear Admiral .
..... .. ,,tJ'" 'U: Few' people real fee; the number of Colby 'N. Chester, superintendent of

' !'I' l'o.t Cellos people who are longingly turning their the naval observatory today hoists KING OF AIL LINIMENTS f

SIIM1'eII a,the .t'GtlBMrllle.fi*.. eyes toward Florida as the spot where his ,flg on the cruiser Minneapolis
Y M seeonA-elMS mall aril. n. they can make a home and live in which with the gunboat Dixie and CURBS RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN

: comfort the remaining' days of their the collier Caesar will sail in a few JltCVIIALOIA._.. ,,.-0__a._....I.oeuY.J......1IItUI... ,...... ....._
H. B. McCRJEABY. Editor and P1I 1lAber. OLD : -
RES _1' poi3.. ,
W.W.AHISY.A.eoatauYCltor. esistenoe on this earth. days with the fleet that Is to observe CU :=L. IT._'HU.k."sv5s !,r.-1'..
. There are thousands of them in various toe eclipse of the sun'Aug. 29 and 30 racer eases._II........,11.'''..nag Au.$NKM.a1Y.a .r 11M ea aaaaL.

JESSE E.:BTTBTZ. CHr i..1hOl' sections *ho.j pass, miserable exUtenee for the government. Stations will be

because of the,ceverity of the established at Dona Algeria and Valencia
LOUIS J. ERVMBY. Oenl Traveltasent..
climate In which they live, who are ; Spain. One of these will be 1

} P: )f. PREWXTT.Sopt..Coa>po h>ff ROODS.OFFICRl looking for Just snob A location as it to in charge of Captain Joe A. Morris
.... .- be had In .rlc/u. portions of Florida. and another of Prof Chas. A. Bigelow.of
F PORTER BLOCK.
And there are men moderate, mean, the weather bureau.
: 4, 03 w. Main Street.S.. TBLBVHOMB 4jaTUB ''
> r who. If they: were aware of 'the opportunities Drown
DAILY' Bun published every morning-ea> offered this land of peace at Picnic.

,' 'apt Monday: ;delivered by carrier la the city or lied plenty would not be slow in coming Tnomasivlle Oa., June 9.-Ethel. 11yeaiolcf
R marled to any part of the United St.tu.postage 1
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IrHlor's.'ear; Irbo montb."I..sthree here, where good lands may be had daughter and Olden.yearoId u
E month;or SO cents for five weeka-atrictfjr in at a small price;and a farmer does not .ou'of K,',P. Wright of'Cairo, weredrowned

ad ranee.. have to work like a slave live or sir In the Oclockness river, near

1,1 months In the year to get enough; to Walden brtd&e. The family is one of
Reading notice In local column w centa a line the most prominent in Georgia and
of the
rY '', burst ineerlloa.and 9 cent for each additional keep him warm the balance
were holding their annual picnic and
insertion. year.
t. Katea for display advertising' ._,nude known oappllcatlo ,Tbe eyes that are on Florida are reunion. The children waded beyond
!'. : looking for something to tell them of their debtb and were drowned before READ, THIS REMARKABLE CURE
the parents on the bank could feach
The Tw .-Wed'I.II'&a.& eight-page,forty.y the resources of the country. It Is them. The bodies have been recovered. ''X was much afflicted with{ rheumatism, write.
column and well known that Florida is a great .
paper jrabllabed 'every Monday Kanaas
Ed.C.Nnd lowaville Sedgwick Co., ,"going
Tfcuraday and contain all the 'news ol the winter resort. It Is not so well known about on crutches and suffering a gnat deal of .
Carried Treasure For Orient.
which
week, local:State and general, and will be
that Florida has thousands of acres of I was induced to try Ballard's Liniment,
mailed pottage free to'.an/ part of the United San Francisco June 9.-The steamship

IT IS
productive land for sale at from $7 to cured me, after using three SOc bottles. THU
; eta tot or.Canada for"*,00 a c..m .CI"; ce. Mongolia which Is scheduled to GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER.US1U>;have rec-
The who
$15 and up, per acre. men
sail .for the Orient today will carry ommended it to a number of all express
.11 ad-ertUlng1 Mite j become1;due after Ant have these, lands should advertise benefited per.oui walk
themselves being now
treasure valued at about $500,000. In as
M appearance of adv.rU.tm.rtt. ,.unless otherwise them. You ark how Oet out an edition I I. without crutches, and am able to perform a \great
i tlpnlated in contract, Par tie* not known to ua the cargo Is a shipment of several "
of with description of deal of light labor on the farm.
a paper a
; will be required to'pay.for advertUiog in adSSBCC. thousand big shells for the Japanese
Via, a .. Met...., ,* '',THB DA11Y SUN; your lands In It, and after you have vessels on the way frpm England. F. THREE SIZES: 25c SOc AND' $1.00

: C.uxMVlLLIto JI.... sent them oat over the country, have a P. Sargent commissioner of immigration BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT

4 few left so that a man can Ret one sent will be a passenger for Honolulu. ST. LOUIS. U S. A.
;' BUCKMAN VS;'PROORES8.n to him when he is looking for a 1007.

tlon.

".. The friends of the progressive Back Borne people who know nothing about .

man bill which recently passed the the country are afraid to come here COLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

j, Legislature In spite of the oppositionof lest they may be bitten by a .n.ke..1 Your LifeCurrent. 'W'M: :_ ,JOHNSON: Ga.:1n.es-v-:1.J..J..e.:
the friends of education will\ no they have the Idea that we are Infested

i doobt, le.t....prouder than ever of with reptiles of all kinds. Write'' the
thelrVork when they are made aware true, facts about Florida and let the I"

.of the tact that their highly esteemed people of the country know about The power that gives you '

n advance movement along the lines of them, and you will not need any foreign life and motion is the nerve ,
higher education pats a quietus on the emigration. force, or* nerve fluid, located in

'normal schools for the benefit teach. The Ban tends many papers to differ the nerve cells of the brain, S If You Are Insured..

Pk. en and those who contemplate teach eDt portions of the North and West and sent .out through the
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lug, A dispatch from' Tallahassee saysi where people are located who would nerves to the various organs. 1 -

"The .attorney-general. a decision come to Florida If they but knew of If you are tired, nervous p4 In Written a Company With Liberality that is Responsible of Policy Contract Have a and Policy the Correctly Company po...JIll

Thursday morning to the effect the opportunities offered here and irritable, cannot sleep ; have % Pays Losses Promptly 1

that no summer normal schools can be those who have real .estate lumber or headache, feel stuffy, dull and

conducted as heretofore and that according farm 'lands can reach the public at melancholy, or have neuralgia, .

to the provisions of the Book large In no better way than throughthe rheumatism, backache, periodical You! Are Assured )

i''' man bill these normal schools can only papers. pains, indigestion, dys-

+ be oondneted by the normal depart Many are the advantages offered In pepsia, stomach trouble, or the \
r\ That no serious lots can overcome. you without you have some
? meats of the State University, which Florida over the the Northern States kidneys and liver are inactive, 1 refuge ra

will not be located In time for the for the man 'of moderate means with jour life-current is weak.

school. this sommsr." good b..ltbDd- the necessary push. Power-producing1 fuel is need- \

The Peabody rand appropriates a Cheap lands, good soil and convenient ed ; something to increase nerve a Fire )Life Accident and Health Insurance.
i certain amount for normal schools on markets. The varied products of the ncrgy2rstrenrthcn the nerves. .

condition thai the Stat. gives a like soil does not confine the farmer to one Dr. Miles' Restorative Ner

,r sum, bat the Buokmsn advance educational particular thing. What soil will pro. vine is the fuel you need. It None but Reliable Companies Repreieuted. ,

bill stops this fond hence the dace can be grown In Florida. feeds nervesproduces, nerve .
teachers are deprived of so much In* force and restores vitality."When \ I
;1, 'structlon. I ban taking Dr. Mt1 BpR C A. M. CUSHMAN
_ _ _ _ SECRETARY BROWN.M. ..atoratlvNervine and AntiPainPllla ,
I was confined to my bed. I
Pistol toting will never be abolished had severe nervous spells the result Information cheerfully furnished. OAINESVl .LE. FLORIDAPARTIAL
1R as long as tome people are licensed totAl A. Brown who has been In Governor of gradually two years grow Ilinem aowak with that tnalarU.I waa I

tot, them. Broward's, office since the Inauguration unable to alt up. The ape.Ua would Kx"" "" p\/\"\"\" '
cold chllla. and I
has been appointed private commence with
would b com. weak and almost help-
II looks wiry: much as If John D. secretary' to succeed O. II. Dlokln- le**. Jo:r circulation was poor. I
doctor4 along but arrow
had tight
Rockefeller Is skill undecided whetherto Pont Mr. Brown has been holding weaker and _.k.r. The Nervln PRICE LIST OF

purchase the State of Kansas or 'try down the position of county registra and seemed my to circulation strengthen was ma better.right I away have

to work a bluff on one Teddy Roosevelt. lion officer! Duval county, bat has taken In all seven. bottle of" the Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.
Nervine, and I a"n entirely well. ,
resigned that position and gone to Tal ROSA -\VlCAyiCK.. atuarta. I*.
lahassee. Nervine 1 la ad! by your

It Is only by labor that thought can The appointment had not been given idyll Dppr.'Muse'bottle will will benefit.guarantee If It) that fall,the he EXPRESS PBEP.HO. Bulk Loan.Jugs Free-Ket Prepaid.

be made healthy, and only by thought out officially up to Wednesday. last, will refund your money. Peal Qs. Measure. .Qta I g..... It rata '1.1iO Pet Onion:
HIIIIUIIIr Club Rye ......./a ea H 00 a t 00
Co. Elkhart Ind Rye.Oln. Corn Oood na4e.
Medical
thai labor be made and Miles
can happy ,
; although Brown had confided the sell Nelson Cooney Rya... .. 100 .15 flO l100r".1'OaUon:
' the two cannot be separated with ..Im.paDI' ret to his friends. Monogram Rye .......... 1 10 60 I 00 Ry.Gin Cora. RurG. Pine
d ,. . 8&11_'."U" lb........ ani 00 e 10 Rya.Gin ConJ. Ram.Per usuon Best foe: the money
8ooIa1DrOlMl..4iO 11\0 s.oo Per Gallon
1100. :
An Eastern scientist Is trying to find Tush' things' Is good motto for M"Wk4key............176 100 .10 ,." Rn Peach and As JJr.D4J' ..ld.UOwPcbOn""J.
any boy to adopt: It Is the man who ., . .....an 100.1\0 sd by age.
.J. out why men are baldheaded. Anybody FOLEY'SHONEYupTAR .t.00 Per Gallon:
"pushes things" In the business world ADt4e Drsody.7l. b 00 010 Yictorla RJ'e. Social Drops Rye. MedlcluRoI1aodOla.
oan answer that question. It'a who succeeds not the one who waits to .......... ... I t l e 15 f 15 quail"
a because the hair' tonics don't fulfull Oes.vs Gin ... ........... 176 1 00 a 10 IJ 5 p'ST. LOUIS DEng Per DoL
the promises printed the be pushed. If your wagon sticks In a Nonb c.roUn. corn. 1 116 a 00 r 00 ralstalr .. ...... . .. .. .. .
en wrappers. MOCID&atD Cora.... . 11& lle.r. .. . .... .. .1 Ii
rut' put your shoulder to the wheel Jemelo. Rum.. ... .. 1100 .00 .l.0 Eau. Pare .. .. ..................'\.. I 101)
and posh It oat don't climb on the Medford Rum. ... . 11& b e 00 m 0 1m ao MU.Dd.nt........ ... .. .......... ..." I-
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A wealthy woman of Philadelphia Gape Rnndt............ / m 100 eiO ears dark I
wagon and wait for some one to come Kinar 0' Ke't'y. Iteurbwf 111 Cobarear Imported .... .. .. ........ I IAle. m
1t has had her 20-jear-old son arrested at The 6 all 960 Baas pin.. .................... .. "
eriglial
along and push it for you. You may A\D'Allowed oa AU Goods or Sallie Outlln_ ftwa'S Ib
a, S,. Louis for trying to earn his own Prto..
wait In vain If things don't go, push 1'r1o"bJ' the bbl 00 appaoatfos.
living. This must be another man!. LAXATIVE caigh rtnedy.nONKY .
them and push hard. Keep on push
Sedation of the eccentricity of geniusThe ing. All things are possible to the boy Tb. .."uU". W. ADAMS S T. HANNE B R O S.JACSSO TlLLL_

g;' meeting of who pushes. No difficulties frighten rOL&TS and TAR Is ta

commissioners and good roads county aseo him no obstacles can daunt him no e .U.w.......*. Refuse s.Me!..... /as. M.OBABJABT. President II. E. TATLOK, Cashier

4 .eiatloa. of Florida, to be held at Or failures GaO discourage him. Successis Prgav.d.nty I byPer Oao. W. HTDB. Viae-Presidsnt Lag OaAHAK A..,. Cashier
certain follow him
as to as night the
a laado .._A O.ni.",_ OhIom.
next Tuesday, June 2O'h. should
day. _______.....___ .
be well attended and something done. NaivVy J. W. lUCeJIaa. .... THE FffiST NATIONAL BANKOF !

Only one fight In Pensaeola on election -- --

Dr. Osier wants Congress to put anexport day. Jt was.better than was an MEN AND W.MUL

+ tax on girls.' And while at It, ticipated.BTATB o_........... Q'.AI: TIEBvII.LE.THE _
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the same law might contain an export ..r..rl teetUtl.e. N Y.sti.a.M .
+ duty OB doctors, unless, perhapa we or Ohio; CITY or TOUDO'I.e j r 1._*w.--j.... -- e(laetw. ......ese.w. -_wits._ ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA co j

cannot well afford to spare a few LrcAS Co .", ( Eves Haase....,rl .w_. .,

doctors. Frank J. Cheney. makes oath that he u .e.r.t ............ ....--. Capital - . . . . . . . . _50,000 OQ :,
i I. senior partner at the firm of K. J. -- Bj'J>>ai4sJ. ..
There la danger of aa epidemic InPennsylvania Cheesy' A: Co., doing bu laee. in the M Clti.lirPATENTS sa. r S ewe WUI-a M..*...ik..... Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 30,000 00 ;1\;\
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a before the summer is city of Toledo county and State afore. DIMe.*.*...>.* a..shit k- **-1*rMmu.*."5. N .. -wisiii., '
saesae
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over. Mayor Weaver will requireey.ry .aid. and that said firm will pay the 1M w..ra..-.a Parse.M.e i ......TT*p.* ***+ *OeMfc.... KsMMaWM..&..&. "*<
dUinfeetaat he eau get his handson um of O3B>!:; HTJRPRKO DOLLARS WW bteage.e.e Aa lVsMB.ft.ftsTek ahs>ejalaft BSS* BBW.MftV '>.,

ta and three leave the ___ ___ R.J:.TATLOB.CtMBJar.ACCIBSHT .
Philadelphia, fr'e "tea and every case 01 o*tarrh that -- 1- - M -iiii I
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+ real of the common wealth al the mercy e......,l bo oared by the see nt H_tl'. d
of every Infection that may present Catarrh Oare. FRANK J. UiiENEY: '

Itself. Sworn to before me and aabeeribedIn .rLi.V.ar.iCwAi.1.e..1''W.tI! 1== rIU.IJlBOD B. F. JORDAN
my preeenethis fit* day of Deuitwr. JI'.ew w w Cause rs.r wee .say ,
Al the municipal prtmar.ee In J..... C" ..... D. lit. ._.rrla.._w.IN ALL COV..,..&L ZH N.
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(SaiL). A.WOLEASON. LM5 e4 IIYrr' aoavtlle 2._ vote were east for the
VOVABY PTBUO. ..rv..I....NtpA
THB8LDB8T1MB
r two candidates for mayor. In PensaoU Hall's Catena Oars la taken later. .....w uabg s ......tsIMIw1I.wave. .

,' the vote on mayor was 3,115 just D&1I'.Dd..... dlreetty on the blood aw-.-.....Mer ....-eaM atrrar wee BEST COM INSURANCE
or t'. 3M<< vote* lee than the number polled and D'GOOee sarfaae ol the system. .*...,.I.TOM, O, e.CASNOW. PAJTCE3
Bend foe t.etlmoet.afree.F. _
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In Jacksonville. According J. CHENEY A CO..Toledo O.
.,:ft Pensaeola moat be not far behind
Cgare Bold bv all dra cUt*.Tfte.
the metropolis of Florida la pop. Take Hall's Family* Pills for eoostl* .... .- .... ...... ..... .... 45
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NEWS.FROM Bank Wrecked by Dynamite. I : --"y.<

. ALL Parts 111.. June 9.-The Edgar TWO -BEAUTIFUL WOMli WHO ESC PfP:- '

,' county national bank on the North
':"PARTS OF FLORIDA side of the public square was wreckedby +

i.* dynamite early today. The charge SPRING CATARRit BY TAKING PERUNLSpring 4

,* also demolished Bradshaw's Jewelry
BricJf, Happenings From Various store and \\.ltu:1I shoe store adja -

' Sections of State. cent. The smaller safe In "whlrh were Fever is Spring Catarrh--Nothing Robs One s
the bank's
funds:: were overturned but

THE'"MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS is still intact. A strange circum of Strength Like Spring Catarrh.
stance Is that Waller Juntgen. the

bookkeeper of the bank, box a brokenarm ....
Transpiring in "The Land or Flowers." which he says was caused by a :> TT-: Pe-ru-na Is the Finest Tonic

.",;:Things "Boiled Down"" to Suit the brick flying into his window across the a. 'i a1 r
For Weary Woman. '., '
;,; Reader-Items square from the scene of the explo a _
/::,.Busy of Interest to ; t
.... sion. The officers of the bank announce -
'. All Classes.. w a MU 1\. Inca Silvers* 18 l "'. lariih: street New
; that they will resume: business: ': + York City lirttid Recorder Dang h tors of American is
r,. ;$ Manatee will build marl and shell tomorrow. lndepcndenccwrlkat' "' '

_:pldewalks.. v d "Nine year of work without a vacation, wore

': ;''Largo, HHlsborough county, now has Morton to Head Subway. ?' out my nervous! *y't n'. .l lost my; appetilo and f.U '

.a physician; -New' York June 9.-Secretary of weak and vxhitnutdl nearly: all the time.
a /Vrurne rr..to,..., me tt perfect health In fhe
the :Navy ::Morton who Is to retire from
The Italian cruiser Dujrali is visiting ; \ '..\a\ ., \., ""Ytio n'HAIll.* the finest! tank for. weary woman
the port'of Pensacola. the cabinet July 1. to become the \ c ; ',e ; flat I know of. / gladly endorse It."-U. loan t
head of the Metropolitan Silvern.IVrun .
subway
syndicate
| The South Florida Mid-Winter Fair .. a.
has: arrived here to make his
will probably be held November 20th first survey of the Held of his future l. the most prompt and permanent sore for:
to December 2J. will all ciuiflrt of nervous prt>'tration caused by; eystemlo
operations Me make an automobile \
The court house at Bradentown will tour over the routes of the underground ; \ hy5 catarrh known to tho incxtlcal profeeslon.

have a tile walk laid in front of it to lines which John D. :McDonald :

replace the wood walk. as chief contractor for the Metropolitan

Manatee is to* have a "city attorney"and expects to built. On his tour _M: 1k

,evil doers must now get into the he will be accompanied by Mr. :MoDon: '

straight and narrow path. aid. His Investigations probably will

consume several days. A '. ,/ '
Louis Freeman, a colored counter ;. 5'

feiter of Pensacoln, "was' pent to the .
Cotton Warehouse on Fire.
Federal prison at Atlanta, ia., for two
:New York, June 9.-A waehouse of
years. .,
the :New York Dock company at Con. '
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The has 5 ; pItt
Tampa Light Infantry received .
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over and Held reins, near Erie [1.\.8 In. 4
65 new rifles! to replace the ones MISS CSTCLLC CAMPBELL.MIH "j"
Brooklyn! which was tilled with a large I '
lost in the of
recent burning their amount of cotton and hemp caught flro

armory. early today. tt was feared that the ..:.,,,,11. Campbell. HO N High tnt, Nashville tv F

The city council of St. Augustine loss would be heavy. The contents of Tenn.t write IPeruna I" '
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gives the Rifles $100 toward defraying the building were owned by Individual helped me when almost everything the a i," i '
failed. I was rundown from overwork, a. I had
the expenses of the State rifle contestto concerns other than the dock company. y o
not been able to take. vacation for three yean ; ,\t Y s
be held there. The warehouse was one of the group
and naturally my nerves were all unstrung and i
The St. Augustine Record says that of buildings called "the Red Hook wan greatly In need of rent and a tonic W
Stores." "I went way for two month, but did not seem
George Middleton has one of the finest
to get my strength back although I wan taking a ,
fig orchards in the county and the yield
prescription which the doctor gave: ate before I
will be large this season. Army and Navy Maneuvers. went '
away."At liw s
Sensational rumors are current in New York, June 9-Sixteen warshipswill the request! of my relative, with whom I was

Tampa concerning the shooting of attack the defenses Washing' visiting, I began to use Peruna., and yon cannot. i t i ,

Police Captain Carter. It is asserted ton and Baltimore at midnight June realise how felad I wa when within a week 1 found t F .: r ./f ? ,r ev ,
that other persons were present when 11 and continue their offensive opera. I wa feeling much better* Innlde of a month I I r y Jf
lions for six days and nights. Mean 1 WM feeling" splendidly. ready and able to take up { 'w '
the shooting occurred \ work again.. KnU-lle: .
Campbell.
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while the fortresses along Chesapeake MISS B. INK SJLVCKA. o
The second trial of Jake Bradford, - - - - - - - - - - - - -
colored, charged with killing John Washington and Baltimore will put A Sprint Tonic. and a run down condition which eeemed Pe-rtt-no Contains No Narcotics, '
forth every defense of which they are
difficult to overtiumo.
Plummer at Jacksonville, ended In a capable. Almost everybody ne da tonic In the very One reason why Peruna has found pus
mistrial Thursday \ae.fD of the jury spring.. Something to brace the nerves, "I tried several different tonic but mam.nt u.. In so many homee Is that it
did not seem to get much totter until I contains no aarootle of any kind Pe-
brain
were in favor of acquittal. Invigorate the and clean. the
two Brothers Drowned. blood. That Pernna will do this U beyond began using P.rnna. My recovery was rasa la petfeetly harmle It can be
Willie Wilson of Ooeo, Manatee Winnipeg, Man., June 9.-The Jay all question.We slow, but 1 warn Improving and 1 was used any; length of lime wlthoutaogalr
county who is totally blind, is a graduate cock, brothers, two young Englishmen glad to onntlnne using It. lag a drug habit. P.runa does not j ro-
of the Institute for the Blind at have on file thousands of letters dace temporary reanlu. It Is .'
aged 21 and 23 years respectively "At the end of two months my healthWMrcwtoml IMtrm"D' flu
Raleigh N. 0., and will teach music were drowned at Raven lake, 7 mile which testify value to of the i'vruna curative In and preventive ofnervouadepreealoaand and looked and felt moon In Its effect.

and tone pianos and organs. south Shoal lake during a storm down oases : better than I had for year. Your remedy 11 ha no bmd effeet pon the system
run eon- and gradually ellmlnaUe catarrh by removing '
U well worthy of a recommend ;
Baseball is nowjthe rage on the East which upset their boat dltlons of the system. We quote atypical
and I am pleaded to give it mine."- the nanee of catarrh. Thereat*
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Coast. At Cocoa the home team played case amultitndeofhomes where .' hao
JTrank Williams. .ruDa
Titosvllle Monday, each team getting That Tired Feeling.If Mr.Prank W111lameiOtI auh street been used off and OA for twenty years.Nuch ;

a game, and In the evening a dance you are laogiiIddepressed incapable New York City, member Pint Presbyterian Pemoa "'reI'11" to prevent a thing' con Id not be possible(t U
was held at the opera house. for work it Indicates that your Church and Captain Capitol bolt aprlog catarrh of nervosa pnutra* '''runa MDaalDed afly drug oT a narcotic '.

The Truck Growers' Association at liver ia out of order Herbloe will assist Club, wrt...t"Laatsprng ,lion U take la tl.,.. nature. All rorresponUouce: held.

Largo met a few days ago and decidedto nature to throw off headaches, I suffered with malaria strlotly eooOdeallsJ #.

build a packing house and pack their rheumatism and ailments akin to nervousness . . ... _ ._ .. .... .. _._ . .... { y.i
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own fruit. They will also put forth ana and restore the energies and Confederate Vstsrsna Reunion, Louis
vitality of sound aol perfect health YDE LZ E
effort to keep the white fly out of that vllle, Ky.. June 14th to Path U 05.
J. J. IIaboard, Temple, Texas, writes i
section. The Alantle Coast Line will sell from
hI hare used Herbloe for the past two
Tampa city bonds were sold on years. It lies done me more good than all eoopon station June 12th, 18th,
Wednesday at a good premium. The all tho doctors. It is the best medicine 14th an J 16th, tickets to Louisville at ,
$400,000 in bonds was purchased by; ever made for enllls and fever." rate of one cent per mile traveled ,

Weil, Both & Co. of Cincinnati for,' 6Oa. Sold by W. M. Johnson. plot twenty.ere cents, tickets limited .

.413.209. The bonds were for paving June 18th, returning. Tlckete can be 'f "
and sewerage $100.000 for purchase of Snake His Neck By Fall. extended until July 10th by deposit of
(Greenville, Oa.. June '.--J. B. Price '
Tampa Bay Hotel property.The ticket with joint agent and payment of 'r

Synod of Florida, the higher fell from toe window of his room and fifty cents at time of .depo U. For roTRIWFSI

court of the Presbyterian Church consisting his neck war broken. He was front I full la'ormallonrl': F. C. Boyle.
Columbus and was an engineer on the
of all the Presbyterian ministers ton, District Passenger Agent Jack rJocktsonv111o
I BAI.ZITQ.
Central railroad spending hie algtta : : : :BZY . B
and one elder from each church, sonville. Pis ; T. C. White Division
BKTWEKX
here. It is supposed be fell sleep
will meet In Palatka In December. while window Passenger Agent' Tamp., Fla. ; W. II. and JVevr York '
sitting la the the weather ,
1906. This body Is similar In character being warm and fell out. The distance Leahy. Division Passenger Agent. Hevanned. Calling at CIIA IUX TON, S. O., both. ways.
W.
Methodist conference.A (Is ; J. Craig GeneralPassenger
tothe
to the ground was about 10 feet. Agent \Wilmington C. Tli* Finest Steamship is the CoMtviso: Otnries

A quantity of delicious grapes His family lives In Columbus, where . ._ .... .
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was brought la this morning from a his body was shipped for burial. Clyde New England and Southern Linen

vineyard at Lemon City There were
those brought, Direst &"&*. Between JACK BOW V1IXE, BOSTON a04PUOVWUOE.
varieties
three among
To Visit Leper settlement.
'
Daytona and All )astern Point,
the Delaware, Black Hamburg and Honolulu June I.-Surgeon Genital Calling at Charleston both ways.BSIWIilwKLY .
Tokay, and the, were as floe la site, Wyman' the koepltal .service tad

quality and flsvor as say produced_ la Governor Carter will sail Friday for a'A.TT.-rtq"GB:

California or elsewhere. The grower I where Mr. Bouthbooad.Droalawia'Wharf, Briton
Uolakal leper settlement
those Beach Northbound..... .."_ .f.... From Foot Oatoorlns ot., Jaeksoavlllo ;
declares his ability to produce Wjnnaa will investigate the eon dittos s s s C

la great quantities" at a profitable prevailing time aDd select a site. one

figure.Miami, Evealag Record. can square, for the federal station -t" - Clyde St. Johns River Lino

which Is to be established. at tko station .
win Cur Consumption. alder aa act of the hut 001I.,..... The "I..icI" Efte>twe rn J'AOKUONVILL.> and 8N"0"D

A. A. Herrea Flash Ark., writ**i Stopping at Palatka. .&orII. Fraaoit. Beroafon DLaadan4) Iatorm.4la..
Landing on At.Jobs ....,.
.'FoIe,', Hooey and Tar I. the boot If the Baby .U Cutting ToothBo Win aecoosatesUU aarllM far HgtlowifcMBlag

preparation for coughs,colds aK long sure and no* that old tad well or heart. wtlfc ,.... Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"

trouble. I know that U has oared ftoa- tried ,.med.lIn. Wiaolow's SoothIng For rates apply t* fa appoiat4< .. ..n.. follow i I...,. JACKSONVILLE ""ad.,.. Tueed.,. ,
gumption In the fleet stage." Too Syrup for children t**&JtJaIrI& sad Thorsdays.tO p. m. li.torolstg.' ..... BANFOKD Mondays, "
beard of anyone ..... Fogy's C. A. KENNBY.:Ooodall Fla. and
Borer soothes the _IW. aofUra tko gam, Wedaosday rrMays,f iSO m, m. ",
and Tar and not being satisfied.
J.Hone W. MeCotloaa Co. allay all pala.care* ..... ooJl.* sad I* .-------- -_._---- 8=:N. cHEDVLJr: x:..".

r ..* boot remedy for diarrhoea. Twos O.1 lLLE'e YAVORryII: Lea voSiSO pas...,. ..,.,........Ja.....,*v i ll...r..?...,.. ....tm..2iUJ...
I.,-11.. eat a bottl. '. ar4.pm ...,. ..L.1/,. ... ,...Palatka.... ...J(, .. ....Leave Srfflvos ,
: E. M. WATERS I .- ..1. BEMRT. SOO..,.... ...... . ....Asiov IIIIenA..1.If .. . StSOpta
.a-nm- Tourist Rates Via Atlantic ; at80to...............?......fit >Intatl..y..1..1.. .. ... JtOOpm f ;
: Coast Un... .. ..?..........Boreoford (Co.LIIa4) ...... .. 1 r00pr.
PIMTIML Arrive!JOam, .....'.... ....,........ .....,... ....... 8t80taaIOr00am .
I If contemplate sidling. summer Alachua Pool . . ....... .. .
yoa Parlors. .i.r..LCatlrtleos..ya._ ..... . .. ._._. JOJC ...
......... ticket ageote AJa.lJeeou,
see OEMKRAL FAM. AJTP
APER HANGER I TICZETjOYY1CX,12911. ST.,J A OK BO 5 VILLgOesMtral
II Llao and get all I.fonaas'11 reforoae .
I C. Korea. FTefUierLocated .. J1'3'" .its lrsats AA. m 1I'.1 .. 1
to rat.**. foato*.ached. ..a aadPoJlmaa w.A. br .....Jr Yre sl'Aeati Q. 't4Tbtt.L.fleM< : 6r ea.......
House Painting : ..".... ew&oaW rate ;: :::; ;
tall UM .... | A.T'jf C; YIHI .lJl9'tl.af.w -
tad DeeorstiBf. are plOW .. effect a re0010 :
.........* tk* eooatry with ,.. M aMurer. ,_ OosMtaJ AgeaU,
H.... c.r.r fMIoee1k. flu.r ''I.... limit Oct.or Ut latos h. la she Peter JUook ..." O see I' csa*It --,...a....o**..*.*"* Term ,
; be..) aaaaaed ta all ssi.*... ...'* .Id* we. Tare' ,&nt.laa lafeioo.Oood .
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ala sad*...a..or.-. ... lot tk* flrst, llc hse.tad .evaiH MM! OMrtoo**) --- ----- -- ------
Ilse of Palais aad Wall Paper U... rod-trra Ucks-u arc sew em sal* ........ Tm rabiM btswaioDy lavltstfaa4
ModI at lowest artee to the trade. ,to retinue U New Eagbuad ..nuo,,. aJwayt ......... Send Us Your Next Order for Job Work

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.':' Jamison Well Known Baptist De- -L' _T- ,
vine, U Chosen for f>!l....
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..' Macon, Oa.. June 9.- Dr. S. T. Jatnlon. -
secretary of state aUsstons for the
Osorgla Baptist oonvsntton for the
past six years and well known throuch- .
out the state and this section has ;
been chosen president of ,Mercer aalverslty NEARLY '

by the board of trustees. This ..... "
action was taken Immediately npca ;
the tanal answer from"'Dr. W. W. Laa- .400,000,000 I IJ
rum In Atlanta stating that be could j' '
not accept. A: committee' on astalls : .
bad been out with Dr, lAndmm making .
arguments for 'bit acceptance and I
strong hope prevailed until the list J PACKAGES

moment.
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The announcement of the election > '

was made from the rostrum to the .., : of this most nutritious of all foods
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large gathering today by the president '
'+ of the board Dr. John G.' MoOall, of . have already been consumed but "
Quitman. The news was received with
treat applause and calls: for Dr. Jamison

resulted in bringing him to the f CHEER UP t
, stage. He asserted tbat' be did not
know what to do, and seetr.al greatly
''R affected by tbe warm 4emou.tratlon. rr


NO DANGER IN ELECTRICITY.
... 1ia; :

Professor Thompson Let Half a Mil

lion Volts Pass Through Body,
x Lynn Mass., June ..-To demonstrate .
his claims that there is little !
rt., danger in electrical force when properly , js.Unee Biscuit
u bandied Professor Ellhu .Thompson -
ts
of this city bas permitted cur
rent set to half a million volts to pass
his body without displaying the slightest
d tremor or experiencing the slightest r---
;; physlclal) discomfort( from the test
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The demonstration was made for the
benefit of the member. of the Oommer
wheat is Flour mills
i clal club of Boston. Good plentiful.

: Professor Thompson adjusted a special NATIONAL
are grinding steadily.
apparatus to lit* body and. high
frequency current was used. Suddenly BISCUIT COMPANY bakeries, the
there was flash from the finger tips
td'' a
most modern in the
and great sparks flew Into the air, 11lumlnatlug cleanest, largest,

two Incandescent" lights world are working day in and day out .
tbat were held two feet from the fin. ,

Lens .. to supply you with your favorite soda

cracker. So Uneoda Biscuit are still
4a': Famous Jockey Permitted to Ride.

New York, June 9.-Jockey RugvneHlldfbrand. in abundance-the price is the same- '
who established last sea
son's new record for winning mounts.
.::1: will be allowed, It is understood, to Des's f rg r

l resume when the meeting at Bheept Graham Crackers *
head Day opens one week from todayHlldebrand .
Butler Thin Biscuit 5
dK was suspended recently
). for the remainder of tbe Graresend ,
Sodal Tea BiscaM
/ meeting by tbe stewards presiding
because of his handling of 11. P. Whit Lesion Snaps
nejii'*- Duejina In a race won by a NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
heavily backed filly named Uast Cher
ry. Thorough Investigation follower'
reference of the can to the Jockey
club, and It Is now said the lad 1 h
been practically exonerated of any
wrongdoing )He rlnlmetr at the time

?1, that him Ktlrruji broke, preventing him
from rlilluti out the Whitney filly.
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Hugs Task Cotton Burns on Board Ship. I 4 ..

It"wai a huge task to undertake the New Oilcan, Juno 9.-Burly today
cure of such a bad ease. of kidney ills* flru was dlHTovorcd In tho hold of the 5lljGcs1WnLwffluTroRcE Tii.R
: eitie an that of (. F. Collier of Cherokee big 'iunt.hlp i Manhattan bins at C.: V. ReunionLOUISVILLE

,a 'la' but Kit-cine: Hitter did It. Ctlllltllf': t... Jrl'"BUIItht' fire lighting;
a ,, liuwrltfm "My kidney were so far larlnllt'li at halmettv were Inadequate
aonl', 1 could not sit on a chair without hv "hi 1 I|I' w ns. towed up to the rlty and
+ acushlont and lulfrred from dreadful the tire department called. 1'ntll the KY.

ti backache, headache, and deprvtsion, tlarnoM fire mnbduod no estimate ran Because they arc the best VERY LOW RATES VIA
In Kleoirlo: Hitlers however I found a bo maiU of the probable danisgp. The r
in the ]land for the money !
IIIP U In the after hold. The Manhattan
cure, mid by them was restored "'III'r- SOUTHERN RY.
font' health. I rtoammend; thin groattonio tHong to the Inland tine. KlRhthui Ask you dealer for the
all with weak kid. )<4rt>il li,,Ice of cotton and some tim
medicine
to "Sunny Jim" Shoe and insist .
betare In the hMtt'h11011,?rt> the fire I
tie *, liver or ttnmseh. Uuarsuleedby MAWESVILLE.TO LOUISVILLE
,yo- ;all druggitUi price MV. I ts. T1i> ItlrtiWSM burning hrlnkly on getting it. $1 17.80 I na Return $ I / O Ofl

when the* \i-5nel landed at St Marystrrrt . . . ..,
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... but It t* esp ctcd to be altb'dll. Proportionate low rates from other points. Tickets will be sold
:r Student Take P9. tlon of Circus.Ching. ..... during: the day. MAX KRAUSS, ;Ai''o 10'K1,12ll3truhfin'1 limit J nei9. Can bte extended: ontilJoly!
9 I'nder! the ullnin-
June \
by depositing ticket. at Louisville and paying fee of 50 cents.
lug of tllf' purple roMutnv worn byrd I - RepresentingE.
a uman burt'ltack rider.att't, on the Tan on Babies. Tile Official I I I Rmit e. Florida Veterans and'

AUI..alth') that It 0Vonfn In honor j oII''I\I.: hot weather U, a great tai ."A. WEIL & co. :oZZ; I .onrllle In special through Pullman Bleeping Cars friendi and".iIIle..e Usy Coaches Jack.,
of thw .university's e )lor.. more than aWn; the digestive power of babie! 7:45 p. m.> June 12, via Atlanta, Chattanooga and Lexington ; arrive
160 Northenioru 11"111'11"* 'Issl night Wht'n puny and feeble they should) he WHOLESALE SHOES LouUvilleStlOp m., J.ane 13. For particular, reservations, etc., ap-
took 1\.1".111" of a rlrrus In 1Tvanton. rirrn a few doe I"f White's Creara ply Passenger Utflce'l08 Wel' Bal 8treet J C. LUSK,1). P A.,Jack.sooville. -
.t After stopping the |perform< 1'rnulfnrr{ the Cldr"1! \ tome ll Or All I)e cr1p4lM*. FJa.
will stimulate and facilitate the dlges
and filing show of their own, ,
once ttm( of their' fo<-*l, *o that they sown I
tbe cqllt'KUn fought with the! tent T>.-(>onie uron healthy and sell,.. I -- -. . .- -- ._.. - --
men and were d 1 "reed by the jiollrt >old: t>y W. M; Johnson < I II
Beveral<< *rllull' Wynn Injured. but ao.rn.ta -----_. --. Sole Agents forMOXARCH and SOTEU- THE EVERETT HOTEL

were Inadet Fire Sweeps Georgia' Town. EIG QUALITY Shoo Every I ,

Corde'.e I Oa. June 9. Fire bn>k" pair' warranted. \ 235
Denied Supervisory Centre out lu th. whole sale ,,'ura._ ware- I "W. Buy St., JACKSONVILLE, PLOKIDA.

Helen June '.-In an oral. BU- hou.o of the TarkerVlltt* company, J. Minisse -
f 'notmeetuant from the bench Jn,Ue* of the ( ato rd Atrlln Agent ... ..
1" vn the tracks : _ i i1'he ( .tr.IIJI'.t.l ., th r .rhlj repaired. and reaovated. Newly f-r.Uhfd.. .
Dennis denied the plea for a writ of supervisory and the' Atlantic and Birmingham r JWMSS H
Mt ('\>ntT>l a. sought bj K. A* and before the flames round bcbtoked I European Pita
} (uatlus llelo ITU atturno .'.tt'.t in the building and ooatents.tPK .! FloridaFruit :8:_ MASON
Pro-pri.etnr :
the argument that If the writ >ma* not I <*tb r with the wholesale house! and yE..stab1tHhesd

(ranted Judge J.Io.rulqullof liutt t stuck of nay Grocery "Oxnpaay, wasiumplrtely : and Truck Grower - - - ..- -- .- 41SESZKSZgSZ
I f would striko' U lnsV* answers la A destroye-d. Rlkt bas oar 1B7ttaFDUTTO
cult inrolvlug U.&OO.QI.rt'lIdf'r Judt and their cargoes were also oas&d.Tbe U J. UKUXI1V, E4lUr sad PropY,
meat asalnot him for the full amount.I' new building of J. P. Heard and OCA L.A. FLA. :
is and prevent the seizure of the. prop.>rj Sheppard Hros. was badly 4amag4.l &aO.s .

,. thus eff tally putting him out 'ul;: Yatker XVIUU. conpaay lost about 110.- 0.. Tear ..... ._.... . . .1.00

bu lnsa. I 000 Insurance between $9,000 aad Mlagle' cepies' . .. ._.... .... 10 ,
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No Secret About It. .

: It t. uo .e.rt that for cuts, barns A baattsomely Illustrated mapl o. .
nl"..,.. t r.versoressore>eyes, boils,eta., devoted especially to the interests ot I .
CU FSt .tE All[1EF EARS the trait and vegetable grower* of ?' sad Mil i0"O". ..... lb....... Q
'Mad Ourtl Sew T.MS Gaol nothing U so effective aa Boeklen's Ar- Florida. ..... .& ___Ma............ 9
use I. tu.,. :.ad N bwetsr. ulea( salve 1 "It d..s...', lake long U> I KrIii'".I. u.k'c..a....cep.t grate...r.Wltt.r 10 walat.OL SIM S eS W "'
ear a bad sore I had and it Ie.U O. K. A".pe4lal trial tutweripUoo of six : 1GAINms
w for sore eyes," writes D. 1... Gregory of moaUs will be ...t CH\ reeript of 391 i
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......: THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 10. lJ05! ; ,, ,

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GERMANY'S.. BLACK LETTER. The Old Time Parlor. BUSINESS CARDS
r .: The days of the --.,..
parlor are fast going. Gainesville & Gulf
O._..ari.oa .* Text f..-d In Print- There WUIf111'" u time when every DR. DcVERB B. M )RK18, Railway Company
last la the Fatherland.
family, no matter how poor had Its
It Is remarkable that so practical H parlor. And the Time Table in effect April 9. lli1Ot.
people as the Germans should coutiuuv generally parlor wasa . .DENTIST. . -=:;....-.. ---. ..- ...- --....-..--.. .. --- -- .""
mont useless place{ but It was the
to use their blind black letter." says I pride! of the: housewife. The Observant" No. O. : .. No' 0.. 1 r

Jerome II II rt. "Tlie Uermnii te.vt 'I is Citizen remewhera Hume' time ago when! Drilyu.. No 2. t No 1. I No S thI1rr '
ugly and when) printed from small the lady of the house InHUtM L that be Ofttce over Murou* JCa" I'.... P1 owe. t-:3 rtnr E.ao't Deell 4'1 Daily. T.\TION Daily. -III' lCz4r911: ,

type OQ dingy! paper with bid aped' should see "her parlor." Her husband -- Sunday. HuD ',
i
presses as Is the case' with ni *.t daily smiled good naturedly, and tbey 1>.'th J.A.. CARLISLE,

.... newspapers, It Is difficult to detipber.K led the way to a big front room which I .
.er nine the dabs of, Cadmus alplial was locked.; The door was tinlockeil A ATTORNEY: : LAW T.. A M I.v PM (.. A M I Ar. P 5lAr PM ArPII

.ets hat e b"M>a designed to convey idea*. tad the 7 48 2:! 1\: . . . . .. .........Falrf.ld. .....,. ......... 1 2U 610
its first trevh air Iu
and those aiphalels nliUh parlor got And Solicitor in Equity: 7 b6 :2! 3.S . . . . . . . . Irvine ........ .. . ....... . lOT 800ROO
| Iruusfrrthought loiiths. The little family had expend- : :2! 45 . . . . . .. . Ounlfar..n... .. .. .... 100 688 ;F FS
wlUi the toast iul< kut><.. rloarnetui eel mudi money on the parlor. Everything Real Estate, CoovcysncinR and General U6 2: 5S . . . . .. . . outhllldo. . . . . .... .. 1:1: fA I 6 fIG
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aud imisi. arc the l.. st. iou- was new bat the stuffed birds Practice. All business promptly S 10 3 on . . . ........ 1Ickroan. .. ... .. 1180: 6 4% ,
nlderetl from these atuulpoluts| the <;er- under glass in''o'*. The design of the attended to. Office next door to Hun R 1& I 3 10 I. . ..... ......... take Rlnwnt.on .. . ....... .. 12 46 640
man alphabet IN one of the \\"ur"'t." That carpet was wonderful In that It conilst- office. OAINKHVII! .LK.PERDIXAND :OftIDA. 880 1330 . . . . . . .. M'annpy( . . . . . .... .1280 68'
It is it failure Is shown muuusfloualyIn ed of bright red rO>l.,*. One felt like .-.- -- .- 8'l I S 40 . . . .. .. . T"oom" . ......... . 12 40 610S
many waj's. Advertls... -. for example stepping Into n KH! of flames. A horseshoe U 3 45 .I. . . . '. . . . . Kirk wood, . . . .1. . .. ... 12 16 6 tbS
bate no sentiment' iii.ont them. : BAYKR.ATTORNEY : ro 6. . . . .: . . . . C.yatt..1. . ... . 12 10 611)B
sofaer' > I'n'l.t. wa the I principalarticle 03 4 16 ,I. . .. .I. . . . Wao.hOnte. . . . ,i. . . .12 (0 46 1
They want to retch I the reador and of furniture\ while at the windows AT LAW.GAINBHVILLK e 16 4 "n I. . . . .:. . . . Itecky: Polut. . . . . . .11..6. 441UUA"6lU
reach him nilckly. Therefore neurlv were the stiffest lace curtains. you .. FLOKID, t I. . . '.i; I . 12 30 tIt
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all the display advertisements la (;.' IltlSV: e.
ever saw The room had a musty 11WLv IS 16 L""d" 80 1 It X I lu WAr $00ll I Ifl

man newnpajK-rs me printed In Latin smell due to long; confined air. It wax M e.w I 8 bi I'. . . . Bellamy. . . . MM.t to 230
tharactera. "luxury Imprisoned' on a small scale: Can sell your .city I property, (Improved 12 OU 8 lI6 1 116 . .. ......Cyril . . . . I' M 4tl i It 80 1&0
"So, too with the commercial I and and the finest (example the old timeflcxs and unimproved), phosphate, 12 20\, TOO 71.1: !......."". . .Ur"h..m. . I R 89 I P 22 lac
financial paj-i-s. IOl'khl'ok.'fM and merchants parlor.liimh I'liiou. trucking and farmiiiR lands. Scud him 12 to I 1 15Ar 7R:! I I. . ....Ul\IHtn City . .I R 20 I 9 10 110
have time a list of what you offer for sale :2142n. . .. . .I, 9 W ::1000 l al.'k..H. S. S; F'. i 6 80 1'1 IS 00 a.... ,. w
lit In le-
) to waste
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ciphering badly I printed terinan text. Cured of Brlght's Disease. E. ItAKER.ATTORNKYATLAW. . .. . 8.8 : A" .lAke Clt", 0,8. d F. . 1 O4 p' T.u .. . .. '
Therefore the commercial .poke: In the w. . . . ; I. S lU p .....Tallahassee, 8. A. L. . 1 eM . . .. .
Oertnan dalllw Is now nearly always, Oeo. A. Sherman Lisbon Red MilU.Lawrence . . . $$11'CS .1'11 00 a ......Valtosta, H. 8. It F. . 4 80 Pi'6 1'0 .. : : .. .

net up in Roman tn.| .'. t'lrcus advertisements county, N. Y writer! : "I . ......,1, 3 M a; t ::10 P . . M&N>> O. R. 4 F..11 89' co a .. . . .

', theater placard and advertising had kidney disease for many years and . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . . . . . 7 3) a' 7 bb I' "...A\I..nt.. C. of Os....... fIG a gOO. WAr
posters, generally, the names of had* been treated by physicians. for PM t\r A. MIAr 1' it ..7 A MILT PM... . .
I
streets on the Corner slRiii, the letterIng twelve' years' ; had taken a well: known r
OAI ESVILLE. Alachua Co., FL4. -
on curs and omnibuses, even tt'III'Irllry kidney medicine and other remedies Trains a and 4 tlo not run between n.IDltnllle aDd Fairfield 011 Sunday,
UtH't" in Endel Block.
sljrns. such a* '="o JgiorouKh-; that were recommended but got no re. r. E. BARKER Ueneral SUJ"'rln'flnd..nc.
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fare" or 'Mreet: Closed,' you I..ttrly l nl- lef until I began using }o'olt'I'idnC', J. F. SILL Ale..llt J. 1>. 11'ATKiNN General Aa n'.

wafiN" In Latin Jiarncten*. 3ure. The first half bottle relieved JR. J. II. ALDERMAN, .- . .. . . .. . . -_-_
"Another proof of the Inferiority of :
the German text Is tlu fact that nearly mo and four bottlei have cured me of Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR

all German mienlltlo works are printed 1 this terrible disease Before I began DENTIST.

la Itomau. This haw been the cane for taking Foley't Kidney Cure I had to
ALL EARTHLY POINTS ,
years but it has had little effect on make watvi about every fifteen minutes \

the printing) of hooks of a general l nature. day and night, and passed a Over Dutton a Co'. Hank. O.lo...I1's VI. VIa I
Bismarck did much to retard this briok-dntt substance and sometimes a North Dupoel E he1St t ih.iwal S SOUthale.ee.wp J'ostDepoal.r t
or or
needed improvement for he clung stubbornly limy substance. I believe I would J.oYs. .orw. J..n..UI. ,
to the lermuu text and frequently ... r
have died if I had not taken Koley's H. TISON.
sent back books which were Kidney CureJ.. \\'. MeCollum Co. DR.OOROON Rapid Transit ami Unsurpassed! Service R
printed In Human, refusing. to rend
them"-=New Orleans Tlm(>fllI wOtrat. ..- - -- ....- -- .- --.-- - .- DENTIST. Tims Table in ..(Trot. April 16. 180ftO"p.r

LOW RATES -- .. For: OAINF.UV1LLK. _" .. .. :Arrive- .___._From._._ t
FLOUR IN CHINA.
- Office la Miller Law Eztbst, .. e OU: pm.. 11 Illh{ Springs aDd In'.r. I I 8180 a In fDrdly

Tver It !. :Made of Almoat K...ry- Via Louisville & Nashville GAIPMau.e I . ..mediate.. .Polnk I Dally
FLA. ------- -- - --oo -
thlnaKm.-pt W..ea(.
1l116pm: OealaLeeaburgandTampaand I 81; pm
The Chinese conk stuck the end of an Railroad.The .- .- --- Daily I Intermediate Points Dally
Ivory Chopstick luto a small brown bin- I
WEST END
cult.'Taste. following low round-trip rates THE 2u0pln: t Palatka. Jaak.onrllle. 185pm .v;
'I I
.sirbe said. from Jacksonville to various points FINE WINES!: LIQUORS A CIGARS Dally North, East and West Dally
The biscuit "was "warm crisp, rich; It West will be in effect
North and on
was light, well salted nutritious rat.1from JOHN NKNZifa. I'roprletor. 12 06 pm IIIgh t'prlnKW; Jo;'; ;; Savannah, Brunswick, all& pm

excel dates shown. Proportionately ala-tSl W. 0.7 n.. JyilmonTUls. Dally I Albany, Atlanta. .U l'olDw North, )C.., W.., I D.UJ
biscuit lu a word of peculiar
other points : . _. ..- ----- . . .-. --- ,. -"-'- .__.-
)lence.This.
biscuit sire Is made of flour of LOUISVILLE. KY -Rate $18 40. account Faust beer,bottle and draught. Don't Ill pm 9tbbam'
lentils." said the Chinaman. "Youknow United Confederate Veterans'Reunion fail to eal OB me when In Jacksonville I Rueh.11. lJleaauPJ and OUra I
Daily Dally
with final _. .. .. .
? Little pellets Jane 12.13Inolu.ive; ----- -- -
lentils green .- .-. .. .- .-. .. --..- -. .
natt..rwd'lIke split Lentils limit July 10.
slightly peas.
are consider", tbe most nutritiousof PORTLAND,OREGON-R.ttl .M.EIO, IF YOU LOVEYOUR 8 : Oarn IIIgh 8pr'u' 7120p rat
all the foods of the earth. This oue account Lewis Clark Centennial Fair. Daily j Dally t'

lentil biscuit sir Is equal! In nourishIng Tickets sold certain dates May 23 to WIFE DON'T .J.MondaJ--.- . a. HaOd.ba .,, ,

power to a pound and a half of Sept 28. with final limit 00,days. .,; ;,,esbl. Mileage Tickets. Rood our 11,000; mp.e of among the prla.elp.1 .

roast beef." SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANOE- railways ID 'b. Bou'h.na Star.., are 011 MI. by ebe prlnelpal agent..
lie took from a tin a little cake. LES. CAL -Rate 8180. Tickets sold ROAST HERBy Through Pullmau .1".I.r. Port Tampa So ,N.. York vie Atlantis Oaul
Again taste" be said. certain dates April 10 to August !tID- Liars J also via; Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway. Y
Tb. little cake was rich and good.'It elusive ; float return limit goda,. from compelling her to bake the family For complete Information eall on c'

Is made sir, of the flour of almcsMla. date of sale, not to exeeed Nov. 80. bread during the hot summer months. J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Ac nt, Qalneavlll... .

.". said the cook-"fresh. sweet DENVER COLO.-Rate "'.M. account Ray your Dread from Address,

almonds grtnmd Into a white powder International Epworth League FRANK O. BOYLBTON Dt/.. Pas*. Act. W. D. 8TARJ Tray, Pas*. Agt.ISA K'
Convention. Tickets sold June 29 to W. hay st. Astor iTnlldlng. Jseksonville'lia.
flour
millstones. Such a
between two .Keystone Bakery.
Is a finer' thing than your flour of July 80. Inclusive : final return limit .. .. II. M. EMKRHON!: Traf. Mgr., W, J CRAIG, boa. Pas. Aft..

eb?" August 6. It' a saving of time, work and mOD.,. Wilmington N. O. Wllmiagton... O. '

wheat( Then, be lifted a great lid and revealed BUFFALO. N. Y.-Rate $32 80. ae- Fresh Dread Delivered Daily -. .-..--.-..-..., -. ......,.... .- .. ... ,_. ._-oo _., ::____ . ...

some thirty or forty compartBMnta eoonl Annual Meeting Grand LodgeB. To all part of the city. Also Cakes, ,;
P. O. E. Ticket sold July 8 to 10, SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
one filled "with a pink flour, another I Inclusive ; flail return limit July 2ft. Pie and every other production of
with a yellow one. a third with a the modern up-to-dat.
brown one. a fourth with a white a TORONTO, CANADA-Rate $35.20, bake shop Effective April 10, 1905. .'

fifth with a pale green a sixth with a account Convention.International Tickets Epworth sold June League 12 to K. T. HCHAFEK, ....'rlUr &.,-.... 1 {is'

blue and so on. 23. Inclusive ; flnal return. limit Aug. Bakery.HOTED ...... LOS.Mathushek I T..tJ"'le" Tnl. East ,. .. 84 :(.... 10 :Korth! as4 "". &. Ila. II r

"All these are Chinese sours be . ____.__ _, .. . ._ -- - - ---
_Id. "In China, sir'. we make over u" 25. -------Oo Lv Ja"k.Oh.m.. No. Ity 9 :2fa i 6bp I J.y Jaskaoaville. "... ,Mo. Ie" 1 48p v
We make flour out NASHVILLE TENN.-Rate $1' 25. Lv J..up ,tic its Jl64a 104Op. Lv J..uP. U.. . . . Mo. Ry. '0 BOp
fifty kinds of flour. account Peabo4y College Summer L.. Nsannsh ,,So. Ity 130p 1216. Ar Maus U... .Ho. ity. ,S lIMArColembia
of potatoes, oot of sweet potatoes, out School Vanderbilt Biblical Institute Pianos tlo.Ry aMp tHOa AAI..ta.Oa, ,0o.Ry. 5IMArOharlotI.
of peas, out of cocoanuts out of in 1 Bet. Tickets sold certain dates Jane 11 to Ho.>> fly lOCip 966. Arkom.Us. . . ,Mo.R,. 1ac) I!
ont of pulse out of oats out of be.tiauas July 4 ; final limit Heptember 80. Ar Or..n.Lo,. Mo. Sty 17 Me 12 lip Ar Ual'c". Us. ,So. It,. 628.AI' .
-the fact Is. sir we make flour In KNOXVILLE TENN.-Rate U' U. VanUl.. . .Ho.. H, :2tb. 2 lOp Ar OItaUaDOO 1 TUD ,,80. Jef. 945a '

China out of everything but wheat for $ School of the Booth. FOR ""EEnU.uP Fli hi. Ar klC'hmllrtd AG. R, d 6A. dp Ar lwzingtoa AJ .Q. h O. 6:1Op:
account umm.r AI' 0............ n. .
In China sir'. we eat no bread and 17. 4.tr'. 7 400
Tickets sold eertain datee June 18 to Ar J.'.ebbar. :No. ty 4 4 :J0p
therefore the coarse, dry, tasteless floor July 1ft, Inclusive ; foal return Unit TT OF TONE roWER A5D Ar Charfoltevllle $Ho..n 502* e lOp ,. taslsssll .. Big bout lOp '
of wheat Is useless to os."-Philadelphia September 80.DR1STOL DCIUDILITT. ArWa.hington., 0o.ltr 94.s t lOp A/Cbl.s}!oil,' }Big Your .710a ,

Bulletin.Ta TENN. Rat $l' 80. ae- BalIImnn. P. n. R. 1180. 1126p 1.i1.an.r.-1 0. '.I'" 1.ln. j-lap
.! Herman* Ar W. n'del'la I' It,, R. 145p 216a AOhl....,. III. . Ps 1.ln. 7 10.
Annual Baptist
Utoat'a ptal.a.. e Brethresv+ant Tickets Meeting sold way :28 to 81. A' New York I' rc IC. lip e.M I.. (j......." O. ,0. it.. 00.. Ii tAp
INN Woe. for iata trrtmt ....... slaMs laMa A' 0hiea. Ih.
,'tJnoh
7i.
One of the most widely known groloftral Inclusive ; flaal return limit Jone 80. .loasrse ta.s eUers. sw se.eted.r !to, h-."11.. York and<< YIo/Ws. Ez. JII o. 0.::. +:..-
curiosities In the vicinity" of For toll Information schedules and Met wlerlam.sad av.M tombs pr...." iHllr Pullman Unwing Room 'A ua..O. is 'I-c-fj. pMIMpID ,
Cork Is a series of knobs or knots projecting rata to any point North sod West from the face of a cliff. There oo or write OEO. E. II ERR I NO. Florid u.so..*. .every 10 H.. York, Ar..:I>lro" Mleb.' . ' ' I'. )1. 7 Z.No sf
sixteen of theM bage projection a Passenger Agent L. A N. R. R.. ..&all s.4 Vs- ao--.Wa.hlut", sod Florida I.r. O,,,,...1I I'aIli.. Orp
are St. Jaeksoaville Fls.AUCHUA I..ItDli..t" "r ..IU.bo.. r$. . "'. 1..1.. 6M '
an together, all regularly set ta tbe 200: West Bay egeei.4. 1)ally .1110.. 1)"loa .., ' .s

face of the cliff one above tbe other .--...--. .- -_ Room 8Ie.plo. c. "acllan."UI to L. O i..O--nli"'V. : 't.MP t

terming .*.n- of such oalfonulty" asgive Sold by os eoatlanoosly toor'EI J'I.. Yo,", Arca..I'a41...0' '. 211. Foer... 046.
H tile general appearance eilrway. / a COUNTY w .iirplo.l. n,. a aup Mir
Mace time out of memory ,,. Tbrngb ..,.. ....... ., U. ",," J. 10 At .... ........ K", .Mo. K,. 0 lOp ,
.
WHTY Two YEARS A' fits Ln+sl.. fa ,. . No. n,. 112. i.,
queer ascent and Ks pro' )* )" ..eeaa eoaaty I. D00.4OO acres l la IA J..us.. Yla 80. Ry 785 p
y ,ppe- have den knowa ae tbe Oti area aaa 244 male railroad. 900 Lv Ns.eeaab. 0. .80. Ry 12 JIe I' Hlrstlagp. Ala Ho Hr .
n: :
.i Otaltea.e.t site wafoaj ....... III pna....*.. without a Lade failure. If yo ,, 123 Mblfce seAoole. 77 paoepbatelasts. want a p
t ...".. ....<-r. aa>4 TaJe.i :70: saw nil*. 171,000 ours aerriae toy Ibea.1hU8h.k Ar lies ftprtnp :f.O ..110 Its 211p gt Kaaeas ,. No . Yr/seo 0 40t1 ',
of a talk on tbe Bf. ofJ hoose. five oewrpaper. aad prod ArKsot,111..T.e. ,110. ler StiOp seap... T..., t6P ,.
i file coon al Loegmeadow O>e eM cor*. cotton, rioe. **g r.oaw. IVI T ArLoo'nlU.. Mo, ity $30. Ifet ..wt".r..d.-. .. . 920.
Brslosrd YaW cet- ".. .....soe.. f4n' ..*>,'-. of.e.g. Ar1tt.nob. ,_ .NoR, .M" Iia 1"-n. rJ rid. U.J....."
of ttls oipwlsloo from .. p oea... pests. 'I..... pe> ..... as Jew as Is maaeisi .... c.-, Ar CIMI..." ,Q. rl O. U. DatJ 110114 .llba" usia through Llo.
> came oet Brstnsnl: lived ts IW esaer wad all ku+d* of .....ta ts*. Cask avea eaar leer awe*Wests'trtai.
L JtMa Z13- We ... frslylaV day eerdbe4 and 1"011. 8&,1.
evsagelUt Write
, .of t I : 10-0.11 ran. 01.........
aDd '1b gnat. .....-11IC.t.oc.II .- GiIIe.lhe County SeaL far Vint SitlDaY.Ludden& lteose .ewS ltsff.t 01seplag" v.,b.tweeeO.1s...J1-rQ.11M.10 v.t.. a.... Vlsrsplergl0aaai L
.... were tdevliftsd.etttrrol "NuolnUie .ad Olaet..tI. ... INUcMtwUJe, ,
sad was -.-- epA ,
Yale .. 113I II. sod K.", ",
le bis beta year after Smog HM. f..rlet..b./rbse, tercj ,.blis Bates Eanliot Dl Car a.n.. ell,.
J'1orWa lfattssssj
of kartag ..-.oil.W Tail
(M> the ctMtrge ---
eeaoois. taree *.
u> tW ... ..... that abed prtraM U.J.e4 IMat... Mad ..aewsmpsr... lit*) bee ARRIVAL AT JACKUONY1LL "

no mare reCctasi WaR water. Ere adsrmsytMea..1settle, SeItIIn laiJc' ietse.SAVAlmAH. From l(ew To,'. Was iktagto.. ....- 11.. 29, "W *.,.,t4M sad FkjrWa Lies.
aa4 caa ligats. two .*. feciorUa. I Md 0a. .. .
% 1 asrebt._aIIopa. "m.m ward hesarise. OA.OMN rrrJftl K.. York, WMl,.jrto ..._$.. M, "Wasfclajto. aa4 Florida Ex '
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" d'' c..u .. ...... ....... ee_ faesoet.e, pen" 7"Po se.Fsem .
yew father th..gpt I waatd tbree rUrosda ew.f.RUUs.r > .D. MURPHY Iff*. ClafasatI. .....'U.... ..._11'0. 19..'tr..a.1a,1oe sod J'Jori4a LtsItN .
weir your i .el? YI>set ---.. ... see..e .,.;)0.. at.tao. .
7. .... ..........IfJ... .... Ilf 1TA11LaMu e. 1171A .. c..a... ......... Atlaata. .,..=:lpa.i).. "f'J..t; "OteG s.m. .
4M ...... .... Mil ... l .
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I} THE DAILY BUN: aAINESYILLE, FLORIVA. JUNE 10, 190ft ,
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NEWS MIvJ..tIs Call left yesterday for DEATH OF MR. PORTER.
CITYAND I GOODHOUSEKEEPERS
Y OF :: I Island Orove,.where shs will visit her WILS'.OI'S.Our
Well I Known Citl-
eooslo, Mrs.. Cason.Coufederat.Vete. One of Gainesville'* .
Found Dead in Bed.
CONDENSED xens
COUNTY rans Reunion;JJonsville. -
: X,:. via Atlantic Coast Line. 'A gloom was east over this city Friday -

Tickets on sale June 10th to 18tb. Itfelo- by the announcement of the sodden -
Matters of General'Interest'Oath-: sire, 1780. Should call for death of Robert Henry Porter Big:."'YII..soX

bed at hill hotel .
r T J. Me B of Hawthorn wbo was found dead in ". '
ered by Oar Eeporters. as was avistor BALLARD'SOBELISK
I' the Magnolia at an early hour. '
!o this city yesterday, Mr. UoBaes
s manufacturers' agent/ornitore.. Death was evidently due to apoplexy, in all
}' PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS hour he
and it Is not known at what
and enjoy s fine trade throughout. the
passed away,since,he was alone at the
Stats.Wan'.ed. DRY GOODS
4 What Has Happened What ta Going time of hi* death. ,
i -Order* for V'etor Talking
to Happen Told In Short Paragraph "Uoel Bob," a* be wa, familiarly
Machine and records. Retail order Us
S. ofstandingcolor Keeps Busy.
Read" known to every person, regardless
"H. Who Runs May
w So That flvo',dollar* up. delivered free Old FLOURA age or sex was one of
4 Sun. records and machines exchanged. Met
Th
1; It In familiar in the city.
ropoliian Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville 'be.Ploet figure
A
> Try William Ice cream. Fla. Hs wa universally known, and universally Assortments of

Old newspaper for tale at The. Son ,T. L.Steals,formerly,'ngaged la the .Breacl will always be good It you popular for his genial nature. Big
office. tf me OBELISK.: Notwithstanding; the fact that his
Yg airy[ business! In this. oily but now 'of
4', Ladle*'calling cards (IA latest styles- fork, Marlon county, wu hers yeterlay. health has been impaired for sometime E..l1roi. ..ri.s"Lacls

at San office lie I I. now traveling tbs interest ,be was always genial to his companion

; Mr. F. R. Sewell quite sick ,with_ i I of tbs Garney, spring motor, for 01 WEB)( (CO.Fresh mood. ., aDd always in a pleasant auk all Wash

yt an attack of fever. which Judge A. J. Cons of. this city .is Deceased born Jefferson,

;. Mr. Lucas of Paradise was shopping general a<
In the city'yesterday,,, Texas fifty-five year ago. Twenty
Mr.and Mrs.. L. J. Clyttt and children Vegetables daily
) with his
sad goods years ago he came to Florida
BImonson' Wonderful Salve for sale have returned from Long Pond
promptly delivered. T. V. Porter settling |In
brother ,
by J. W. McOollam & Oo.i ,
where they have been on visit to relatives resided
Ga'nesville, and has since
; Sweet potato draws and vibe for for several day*. Mr. Clyatt ,
p sale. J. N. Bone, 'phone 19. "> states that the crop In the vicinity of i Miss S. E' Key, a ch.rmiDg'JOODg here. Mrs. R. WilsonT.
Deceased is survived by two brothen.T. ,
; L. 0. Ellis ha returned'from a' QII. Long Pond are lookiug'bell! notwithstanding . lady of Cheater, 8.. 0., wa registeredat Jackion title
V. and J. R. Porter of I
net trip to Reddlok and other point. the continued drouth.O the Brown House yesterday.B. and I
3' two sisters, Mr*. W. K. Bsrtlesonof
Attorney Robert 8. Davis and Evan W. Scarborough and J. J. Donald- R. Colson baa.returned. from Bar. Jacksonville, and Mr*. J. W Gauntof F. THOMASUMDTAKIN

Halle made a brief professional visit to ton of Waldo two of The Sun' old tow, 'where he\, spent a few days with Grand Chain, III., to whom sympathy -

i Starke yesterday.I Friend and subscribers, were In the his wife and baby, who are visitingthe Is extended.,

milch cow for sale.. city yesterday and did'not forget their former' parents. Col. T. V. Porter and W. K. Bartle- ((0.

Jersey A Or..cl..olm.l. renewal. They report crops very goodIn F. M. Ramsey Waoahoota was In son, arrived in the city Friday afternoon -

Address Lock Box 87. the Waldo section but that rain Is the city yesterday. Mr Rlmle,'. and this morning will start with

We will stop the leak In your roof or needed. friends will sympathise deeply with the remains fur Grand Chain, Ill.,

x 'It will cost yoo nothing 'BternbergerA S. P. Roberts of Wllllston was among/ him In the death of his dear mother where deceased will be Interred by the PULL LINE OF
A; Phillips,.the Paint Store.Attorney Mrs; Elizabeth Ramsey, which occurred .
those,who paid Oatneivllle a visit yes side of his parents. GOODS.
T. E. Biggs: .a prominent terday. Mr. Robert formerly resided at her home in Arredondo Than* .... NEW

lawyer of Ocala, was In the'clty on professional In'the northern section of this county, day night. He came on the sad mis* LEVY COUNTY OFFENDERS.Two --

business yederdat. where he ha many friend Desiring lion of making arrangements for the Agents tor...

&' For Rent-Five-room cottage In to keep posted upon the happenings In funeral which was held yesterday Fugitive from Justice Arrestedby Monuments, Tombstonesand
R Sooth Gainesville known* the EllI- afternoon Alachua County Officers.
old Alacbua, he had his name enrolledvpon Iron Fences.See .
thorps cottage.- Apply at Bon office. the subscription _list of The Sun. E. O. Smith of Ocala,one of the lead. Christopher Richardson and Edith Our

sr Order the best ever made today- Charles R. Carter formerly conductor log business men of the Brick City, Benjamin colored, wanted in Levy Samples

j Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla ex was lu the city yesterday. Mr. Smith county upon charges of carrying concealed ,
the Atlantic Coast Line but
on Personal attention to all matter la
tracts. Takes less. Flavors perfectly 1.lotere.ted..lo. Gainesville, being the weapons and. embezzlement, respectively -
more recently engaged In the mercantile this line. Mall and telegraph orders
Atlantic Coast Line sells round-trip business lu' Ocala, has returned to owner of the branch of the New Home ; were arrested by Deputy promptly attended to.

ticket to Louisville, X,? on June 10th the railroad service, having been appointed sewing machine here, and was looking Sheriff! Granger in this city Friday on

to 18th Inclusive, from Gainesville', at yardmaster In Oeala. He will after bis interests.: He reports Ocala Instructions from Sheriff Walker of Florida
\ Gainesville .
$1780. Branson.
the Mr.
lively, considering season.
assume his duties today. Mr. Carter'sfriends
The Misses Cats, charming young ladles congratulate, him upon securing Smith was at one time a resident of Deputy Sheriff. Robinson came for .
'
of Alachua, were the guests of this lucrative position this city, being associated with Mr. the prisoners Friday evening return y

friend In this city for a few hours yes Remember the,Gainesville & Gulf Davis "of Jibe. Gainesville Bottling ing with them to Bronson.J. THE CONTINENTALCAFEUESTAUBiST.

: terday. Works J f ,
ha round trip rate to White Spring ." T. Percival Will Leave.It .
The lawn mast be sprinkled "..u1ar1p on Sunday at only $1. Train leave '
Is understood that J. T. Pereival
to make It look beautiful. You
should buy lawn) hoe of the best al. Gainesville at 0:90 a.m., returning at editor of The Star and for some time a

way found at Bslrd's.. 0:80 p. m., and affording a whole day GreatSlaughie resident of Gainesville. has received

Dr., Boring of Waldo, Prof MoTntosh st. this favorite resort. Cheaper than -, -- ,- ..- -. several offer 'as Immigration commissioner
of Rex and Turner Call of Island hiring a buggy and passengers are enabled 'j and the chances are that he will

Grove formed a trio of visitor to theN to spend a day on the bank of accept one of them.

ot.unty capital) yesterday. the famous old Suwanee river, tf. Mr. Percival, io' connection with his

(). O. Powell and family have removed Grant Player, manager of the Central r newspaper business, is also secretaryof

from the Turner residence, 207 City baseball team, colored I I. In the Improvement and Development

1 "'. Liberty street, to the Clapp cotUg correspondence with the De Land teamIn Association and has accomplished a

", 401 W, Orange street. the matter of having the team visit great d..al for Florida In the matter of
this city for three on the 13th,
game Sale de..lopmeD'.IDducln. families
many
$17.80 round-trip Jun. 10th to 18th
Inclusive, Gainesville to Louisvllle.Ky 13th and 14ih ID" '. The Central City to'aettle In this State He will no .
and DeLand team are two of the I doubt prove equally as successful a* an
via Atlantic' Coast Line See ticket .. .
-- ----
strongest In the Stat and In the event Immigration agent. (Pint corner South of Fouofflee).

agent for further particulars. the game are pulled off the )local .fan For 0'. Kcrli,: n' Lair. brlp C...*.
Three
44 O. n. Williams of th. Frankland will witness an exciting contest. Days Only: A Sad Death. s W..t.r. ...!..

Phosphate Company, Wade, has returned .
Account of Confederate Veterans' T. J. Fans, an employe of The Sun, .. --- ,
hi. borne after of -
to a couple
reunion the Seaboard Air Line Hallway Thursday, Friday, Saturday, received Information Friday of the
day spent on business In this city.
r will sell ruund-trip tickets tolx>uIsvllle death of his alster-In-law, Annie devoted -

# Mrs, M. L. Gilmer of Hlffh Spring Ky., at the rats of $17.80, from June 8 9 and 10. wife of Rev. Oliver Fans of Bay S 1n MOUNTS
wa In the city for a short time yester ,
June 10th to 18th Inclusive final limitto ard which occurred at her home on
day. She was en routs to Jacksonville, -_.,- ,
?s>k (Ifave Louisville June IBth, 1604. Thursday night at 11 o'clock.
; whsro she w.111 spend a few days. as the Limit may be extended to leave Loots The Greatest Slaughter Prices you Deceased is survived by a husband

guest of friends. villa a* late as July 10 by depositing have ever seen. Our store I Ie crowded two sons, Willis sod Joseph and one All the old standards and

v Judge J. A Carlisle and family have ticket with J. If, Richardson, upecial with flrst-elass reliable merchandise daughter Lena May,all small children. the choicest of the new ones

removed, Into their. elegant new home, aceut per ticket Louisville at time, of and deposit.paying 50 cents and In order to reduce our stock a ,.w'' The sympathy of friends is extendedto as issued.

;. South Arredondo street, recently fin- thousand dollars ws have decided to Mr. Fans and the bereaved family.
fined where they will be glad to receive .\, O. Steenburg of this city and T. ell good for these throe d.JI.' ridiculously Ask to see them, as they

v their friends. hi(. Venable of Arredondo expect to low prices. We mention a few Will Repair Machinery. cannot be displayed to ad.
make their departure today for Louis
i B. F. Willie", one of the most Items that will\ give you an Index to The county commissioners have had vantage in a case.
ville., Ky., where they go on account of
Jtustlln young farmers of Trenton bin the way ne are cutting prices In every erected a shed 'in the jail house yard
the reunion of the United Confederate ,
the oily Mr. Williams Is supervisor department Remember the detest for Ib.. protection against the weatherof
Veterans, which rill b* held in that
t 4>f Tr..nOn.e.huol. and came to look Thursday. Friday and Saturday, June the road machinery purchased last Fine Fadeless Fotografs
city from ths Hth to the 16th last., (inclusive
after the Interest of that Institution. 8. D and !10. year, and the machinery hn been
This will b. one of the most From Locket to LIfs Si...
Miss Carrie Miller of Ocala r... stored. It I. also understood that. extensive
'Important reunions the Veterans have
i With purchase of $I worth of repairs will\ be made after SMITH'S
,' turned to.her boats yesterday, after a ever enjoyed and visitors are expected every STUDIO.
i. few days delightfully. spent In this city from every section of the Union merchandise we will sell you 14 pound which the machinery will I'placed

re a* the guest of relatives' Mr. and Mr. --,--.. .. .. --.- ___.__.---. _'_A _._ -- best Granulated. =Sugar: for $'. Into repairing more and constant constructing and active hard use roads in
t ---- -- --- Some Men
L. O. Smith, and Miss Mira McMillan. LeaveAn

Educational Nn<t.-If anticipate READ THIS, 1,000 yard yard-wids Sheeting, SO A Bad Scare.
you -
yard for Pftc.1.0OOyards. Estate for the WidowTo
the purpose attending of taking nolle... **any next coum year whatever for. 1h'tune, ALA., Jqly IS. I ISM, Checked' lJon1f'epoo.4Jieard. Some day you will get a bad scare

do not fail to .e. Prof. Hrlnson Dr. E. W. Hall, 8"I.oule. Mo.-Dear when you feel a pain in your bowels, invest and lose
and talk it over. with him. It will\ pay Birr \Vs have been selling your Texas 1& bolts best lOe Cheviots for shirts and fear appendicitis.! Safety lies in to speculators., or sa How a temptation mach

k you .4tSuperintendent Wonder. Hall' Great Discovery, for this 600 sale yards at Ha Dark yant cVlicoe. special) 4Jayard. Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sore cure, I better to leave her

Geprge Taylor of tbs too year and recommend It to anyone for all bowel and stooiaeh<< diseases, '

_ 'OalnesvllU Peach Orchard Comreal.,1'alaMt suffering 'with Any kidney ,trouble. I piece Jean for pants, ftc yard. such a* headache bUiousnecs, eoeU.a. ..- $500 or $1,000 a Year Incomo
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1 entertained a few Gainesville being the best remedy w. ever sold lOdoseu Shirts worth from Wo': toll, etc. Guaranteed at all drug !
; thiesale 44e. gists'; only 2Sc. Try them. for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? '
friend Thursday. The party returned Your truly, J. R, Yocxo.A .
4 Beet guaranteed Navy Blae Suits .. ,--.-.
to the city" late In the .afternoon after this sale $3 99. '- We wilt send you some lotsreating

ttavlng spent a delightful day. TEXAS,WONbER. Loaded c h.IU, 3* box. information showing how email an

{ )h. sod Mrs. William Jones, who dozen wood Wash Boards V0" each. annual outlay will yield a permanent
One *nytll bottle of the Texas Wowder 3.OOO fine Embrtrkferiestobesaga .
yard yearly Income for fOot
hue been residing on }Ye.t Liberty Hall's Great Discovery. cures al half prle. MISS n. nOKTOn..NOTIONS I whom you Bare to provide.svyoas v:
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,, street, have removed into their own kidney and bladder troubles, removes I 0 do.... President Suspenders to be ,

r cottage. Watj0ng* street, recently gravel, cures. diabetes, seminal sal- sold at WM. F19e, L HILL, & W. I.MsecUl MIN.

s completed. ThieJ* a neat cottage, andfriends .tost*.weak and lams backs rhooMS-- -
S owner Poa't mi*. this great sale. It will Ag aU The MUTUAL
th.' ,
are congratulating .
of Liam and all irregularities of ... kida.ye I Cs f New fsrt ri
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eontiou three days Taarsday. Fri- ,
him upon his new possess 0a. and bladder IB both mea u4 day and Batardav, Jaas$, 9 and 10- LNl13Bf4Y1LLF. s s t FLORIDA ..\
Janitor Moss Sasrmaa of the courthouse women,regulate bladder trovblss la rats' ''or *aio., \\.,havs Josi aaatsd s AND tsAT1TAUSMSTINEI +.

has a ria'0'fsel proud over children If not sold by your druggist. .I few pri.*. Coca &ft4... for JOG"'.''.

:r the magalflssat laws lend the sverCrssa will be sent by nail oa reslpt of '$lOne NOYFGTIES.jMONS. : '1

ta.d,. about th. tsmpla of joUca *- mall bottle is two etoutbe' treemeat PHIFER ,BROS. : '
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manifest sad seldom falls to psrfssa "' .. .
Moss a '(f .r Lar .ooot fsralaa roams at Osssa.
grate ear. Or. Ernest W. Hall sols ......- -,
to hk lawn and apand fastnrer. P. O.box S29, 8'- LouIs Ho.ttood nEW YORK RACKET View Uo&4tI. F ** M'a., U n'b *.. .... ;1
; odd diraa le bM..UfJlq I... Hs should for tcitlmoatal. Sold by allrte. J.. ..*. Iac privUegss. Rates $1 to II per, :!J\-,

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