Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00623
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 11, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00623
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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EMPERORIN h-olltok and tie) question of the Russian I ROOSEVELT VISITS VIRGINIA.

East are adjusted' all other Questions Accompanied by His Wife on a Short

FAVOR OF PEACE could be easily settled. NEW COHERENCE Pleasure Trip. TRICOLOR BANNERFlag

"'aa2a InJ'\ou. June 10.-PresidentR0001 ,

Great Britain Satisfied. elt left Washington at 11:16 a. 4t

HJ < m. today on a brief trip to Rapldnn.

War Party, However Hopes satisfaction London. June is expressed 9.-1:35 p. In m.-luch official: Strikers Must Accept Their Va.. where/ he will be the guest of of Norway Now Float*

Will Continue Struggle. and diplomatic circles at the apparent Terms Or Nothing.BOTH Joseph WUuior. an old friend of Rouse.volt himself -. Over Public Buildings. r
and Mr. RooaovelL Mra.
success of President Roosevelt In
who recently purchased: a tract
bringing Russia and
JAPANESE TERMS ARE UNKNOWN Japan together SIDES ARE STANDING FIRM of :::0 a<'rf'. of land i adjoining \Vtl- BANDS PLAYED NATIONAL AIRS "
for the purpose of ending the war +o
iner'a farm left here' yesterday for .
plenipotentiaries'! May Meet Upon the Since his arrival here Whltelaw Reid, Employers Claim They Can Bring the \Vtliner home. The president MdMrs. i The Lowering of the Flag of the Union \
the American ambassador has been
in Manchuria to Discus Roosevelt will remain there probably I Sweden Announces,
Battlefield in close and frequent communication Enough Men to Chicago to Operate I Of Norway and
until night or Monday "
Article of Peace-England Satiifiec with the foreign office. The ambasaa Their Teams-Garment Workers DissolutionStorthing Receives the v tCongratulations
morning unless Ihe president's presence
dor Is not willing at the present Juno '"
With Roosevelt's Act.. Union Enter Complaint. In Washington should become from Nations ,
_. tare to disclose the result of bti
'" before that time as a matter
visits. but apparently Is well pleased Chicago June 10.-That lluteunv necessary Christiana Juno 10.-The :Norwegian .;
St. Petersburg June 9.-11:35 am. of urgency( +
with the progress of the negotiation! liters must meet all of the condition tricolor WUII hoUtoU today ovvrAkorsltu
.-The government Is plainly preparIng The president Washington on a
as after a busy week socially and laid down by the employers or tlf- forth and throughout the
the public for the announcementthat regular train of the Southern rail
officially the ambassador and Mrs. and clare the strike off with out making country<< in place of the union Hug. Tho
the emperor has decided to cou way. He was accompanied only by
Miss Reid leave London tomorrow tc any .ett1e,1pnt now seems, fiont the substltuilou. was attended by great
elude peace' and that the negotiations M. A. Latta. his personal. stenographer
spend the week-end with Earl'Egerton rmpluyers' standpoint to be the logical cut'inuujr: at the fort. '" ht'rttb.* tm>mbeta i
have begun by pertnltlng the publlcatlon and Krauk II. Tyrce, one of the
of Tatten, and his wife the Ruches" outcome of the struggle at of the Storthing utul SO.OOO ot
of all. the foreign dispatches bearing secret Mrvlco offlccrs stationed
of RuckJngham! and Chandos at Tat Another attempt to arrange for anew the public were assembiNl.. The gar-
on the subject. "The newspapers, the Whit llou.. The president traveled :
ten park. Knutsford Cheshire. The peace conlerrnro! has resulted to neon was paraded lu front of the quar
and the Russian public have until now In a regular Pullman car |insteadof
other embassies are without any In a reiteration by the emplojtTs that' I' term of the commandant of the fort..
only bad a suspicion that Important In a iitlvut car
formation. they will make no further concession.A. and the commandant
moves were going on behind the lV>th cretary Loch. and Assistant
Russian official circles now think I, general meeting( of the Chicago of the ittorthlug dUsoUIng the ,
scenes. In well informed circles It Sect( tal') llama remained: hero to
that peace Is probable or at least thai Team Owners' association will be held' union' with SweUvn.A .
arise.The .
it believed that Japan already has Instructed transact any business. that may
a cessation of hostilities is pendin tomorrow night to vote on the ptopusittou left the clock In the tower of the fort
Field Marshal Oyama to stay In an endeavor to 'bring. about a meetIng to deliver to the strlXt- affected children of tlu president chimed tin the union flog. which had (
his hand the resut of the for Connecticut on a brl! 'f visit to
pending of representatives of the two pow bouses. An affirmative Uec nlDn would /floated there sinew 1814. wan haul..i'l
present tentative negotiations and that frl.-uiU, prior to Roluti to Uycterfor fay a
precipitate a walk out of S.uOO team- down, the troop presented sane tttt ,
General Wnevltch also has been coal ers.It tliu .ummt'r,
Is pointed out In these circlet kters.Announcement. band played the patriotic air. "donaof _

dentlally''advised of the situation. Nevertheless that Russia first declared her preference was made today by STRIKE: Norway. and after only a momentary ,

the Irreconclllable remnants to negotiating with .Japan direct. the employers'> Cain ccmi: 1111 n) hut( INMATE OF ALMSHOUSE Interim the first lUll of a national .F'

of the war party are believed to be and President! Roosevelt aparently li I men were reporting dally to Its agent asBakers salute boomed out the new flag

urging the Russian Commander-in-chief acting on that line in aranglng the tot In seven> cities and that It would bo They Wanted Pay for Home.NKW Working. was broken out and the troops again h,
to assume the offensive in the hope negotiation between Chicago 4<. In ?
malitles for a direct possible to rush to mu York. June 1ft,--O>nslilerabls presented arms.
achieving a. victory and thus change Japan and Russia. a day In the event of a further'T-xteu- linent has been caused by a ktrlke Tha uopl.tben uncovered and

the emperor's present disposition In alon of the strike. inert In count almshouse jiitouuldc cheered The band swelled\ the VII'

favor of the conclusion, of hostilities. CZAR SENDS CONDOLENCE.To The garment "workers the original of psnix-rs Jersey a.City. Th men detailed thustaxm by playing'. popular air.

-It such an Intrigue is in progress, cause of the present strike, have come to act as bakers orgsnUed and elected "Yes. Wo lure the Country;. First

Sit has no chance of success. It can Rojesivensky and HI. Mon Wh to the definite conclusion that tu* delegate who notified th our and then another took up the d

be ....ume4.j.i1.t; there will be no further Suffered Defeat.' teamsters have forgotten' the "jympa- a county pinking board In charge of the (null. word. of the song until the whole!

bloodshed in Manchurla.iwtWtfi I '""S*..J'-eter.burs. June 9.-1:20 pjn thy" which two months- ago prompted tutlon that his fellows would not knead crowd Joined In. after which round after

belligerents have decided 'whether it Emperor Nicholas has cabled the following them to strike In aid of tie tailors. the alm bause> dough until their name round of cheering again greet

Is now possible to agree on peace I Wessag. U> Admiral Rojest At a .meeting of all the special orderof ware put on the pay roll with the at'lenilanta the flap Threw cheers wr next r

| terms. The government in the pies vensky: t locals the following was given out: and other employes. given for the fatherland and the singeIng

j ent emergency ig acting with great wis "Prom ray heart I thank you and "Resolved that la 'the event of the The delegate explained tn the corn of the national anthem concluded

dom. all the officers of the squadron who Teamsters' union calling off their ntlllev that the bakers were entitled th!! reifiuony.Haron> a't'

It is preparing to time the proclamation .- have so honorably done heir dutj strike la the absence of this organl to pay because, unlike" many ollifi Von 1Vede'1Jarleberg. who has

of a national assembly with the for your unselfish work for Russit; satlon that such action shall not terminate paupers, they do not riMrt the lust!. been tho minuter of Sweden and Nor. away

announcement that peace negotiationshave and for me. By the wilt of the \I i. In any way the struggle which tutlon during thw summer months to at .%Madrid and who i la a Norw

begun The committee of ministers mighty success was not, destined tc the garment workers are carrying on recuperate| at the seashore and In thwuiounluln gtwn, Is I leaving l the Bpanlsb capital

is hurrying through Its examination I crown your endeavors, tut your boundless against the national wholesale tailors'\ *, but remain at their duties today for OirUtlana. lilt has telegraphed

of the Boullgan; rescript commissions bravery will always be a aourcof < association, unless th .tearasters' settlement In Ihu buki-rshop and work faltlitully and asked. to be Immediatelyrell ..

project for the Oosdarstvennala pride to the country. carries with it a satisfactory for tile
Duma. Imperial duma. the plan already[ "1 wish you a speed recovery. Maj! settlement of the garment workers1 ed the d..lI1l1nlt. and Informed the of the union. Ilia example

outlined 1 1. these dispatches its consideration Cod console you all. (Signed) Nlcholas. question." tlrlKrrfc. that. they would be.> put In will b" followed by the minister at

'having commenced yesterday ." George J, Jackson a tally man em. work in the stun quarries If they ilo Washington and Rome both of whom

and continuing today. Practically The messages of Admiral Enqulsl ployed by a lumber company* has been not return to work Itr the l"akc.hni.| are Norwegian r a

no alterations are being made In the and Captain Cbsgln of the Russian attacked by three "union sluggers'> ,. The government of No""" and th"storthing

text and the Associated Press learns cruiser Alma did not contain any and probably fatally Injured Ills as English .LawyrUnder Serious Charge. roiitlnn to receive from all

from a prominent Kusslan statesman Intimation of misbehavior on the p.rt.) aallanta. wbo escaped. acr
conversant 'with the situation that the of the officers or crew. befog a strikebreaker Ing of Ibe charge against Alfred" You> gratitude for their action, and the

review of the Boutigan commission's -' sick a lawyer of Malohrad, llvrkablr romtuuual authorities are voting Addresses '

Project is purely formal. a manifesto Skirmishes Are Reported. SUBWAY TO HANDLE: FREIGHT. (rhsrged with misappropriating ICO/ approving the new regime.

promulgating a law giving the Russian Toklo. June 9. 9:30 a. m.-Army out) and who. according' to a *ta- A leUgram from DJorDstjornIUom

people \olce, In legislation! Is already headquarters has given out the following Chicago Street Railway Plan to Prof. meat: mad la court by CIOuo..1.| fur tba Ion
drafted. Tie Informant of the Associated : It by Teamsters' Strike. plaintiff la the
Press claims to have seen the A detachment of our forces' which Chicago June 10-1)>' the last of August couneel that h* bad lent the n/oury f *>llng as follow;

original and he expects the law to be advanced' from Uanshulrhauan, two the Chicago sub.sy company will to Mrs, Jam.* Urowa Putter, ocarrvdtoday The aildms lu the latnl'Is an *.. '

proclaimed early next: week.: I miles east of Cheochlrhlsu.> di.lud&l be handling freight to and from practically )Ir.. Potter: testified Ibat Fns- pr...lon of the will of lire entire Norwtglaj e .

Rvldene accumulated that Pre.dent >ne company of foot and 60 horse of( all the railroad terminals of sick a* Her lawyer, undertook rats, people Th* dlteolutlon

behalf of : the vicinity to the. Chicago. Work on the bor* Is being his clients fii&.OOO Mortgage
j ( Roosevelt's efforts on the enemy> holding from the union I II a blessing for the eatlr
Pac hive been surroprted practically north of that place, at 3: o'clock on rushed day and sight an added Impetus nn her properly at MaHenhead. The month,

by every European power by the the morning of June 7, and occupied having been given by the teamsters'> .. money was required to rnnrfart' : Ibo L

transmission through their representative in eminence east' of CbaPf'na.n and i i strike. H..oy theatre. Mrs, Potter never Crwn ,.h'c. Returns Hem.

*' that It Is the solemn conviction miles nortlM-ast of Cbtoebengrsu. A remarkable record In tunnel cooatructIan knew that rV.lck personally was advancing Ktockbolm.: Jun 10.-Orown Prince

I of their respective governments that At 6 o'clock on the same morning : baa ba made to last two the fund. Oast a re on his( ,relays from IMrlla. today .

I the time baa arrived for the warring the enemy attempted an attack os3onfaumtal months more than & miles. of DDd..r'aroalacl _... was met by the royal family, tb.
conclude The 10 miles north of Chang passage having been flaiahvd Twe Dead In Old Well
I countries to peace. pres.Ident's mlnUter and a large rowd of people.
1 endeavor seems likely to bring tu and on Taaotun ft miles west ofhanttu ( The strike> began Just before this Marion, (I.. June I.0"0". KrsR who eh..'.... aim .ntbaU.tIcally! Tb- i

the, plenipotentiaries of Russia and ; aDd on fihL Illrttl. 2 miles period of unusual activity la the last ..,. a pru.purette f rn .r, living, twomll city t I. detonated' "with' flag*. '

?spas together to arrange the prelim\ north of Taaotan two months to.000 c Xe yards of material ... wvtlfcesjit. << of Adl" l., writ down r--__t.,..,..r....W
conclusion. were .plll.! ... have been scavated.. Tb roo la'o' an old well to cjean It eatII... wu
cry. tern for the of a All the attacks Id..l. WU Known Alab. .m.n Dead.Btma. Wq
& the
..tte4' armistice and the selection fo -"""* Crete kanted through to overcome by..., aa workings amounted Ala., Jon JO-Captain Jno.
Ani' tb* new 0n.Of. .
Lace for the furore negotiations andlenipoteatiarlr. Russian' ahlps.WaahIn&t' ab*.ur., his tfupl..lo..w.' Mr (; 'ftacnln
Interning -.. ruble yards. r /'jrm la the oplnoa of lo.Ocret.rT | Kr...'. slatted a soared, which' .
a. June The coinidtajr has Row nearly :33: known citUens' of CkU& county dld
will make th* nest cable ended I. br' Uniting nl' body SI, the
s Iptemati Taft baa received the following mil* of bar. Interlacing the nat rlc( .t his. home her at J o'clock UU
It Is not believed Japa will' at Manila: liottom of Ua. wall, she Immediately"
.as front Governor Wright bouao>d by Twelfth aad HaUiead IDClral .. OapulA Uura warns. m..-
until the plenlpoe the uartrd to d,**rn.l, but ml)**d a fowlIng
1'1:, her terms Rusalaa warthip did< DOt leave atreei. Chicago aveau. and !.. .... I befof Ik. .CII"'looal| eooveatUna la t
The ambassador hours; and was prprlptiaiM, l<* the bat'
1 meets harbor within the r*r of the see.
:. of the great European powersthe la custody of A4- 'osy, ....Uialo. a It r,,ft B aedt' and dy-
; as a result are now wires mad laid with heavy fail for 04 rnaatiistloaai coavralb hd' la
'. AoHat- b. bat Th bed. lay al Ik*
tie 1..tI
opinion to mural Train who Informs ran the ue of the .1. 1I1t" road o. wbtcb lag 1901. II* ..".# several temia laU
)g that the aehaace would' Rater \ inters Ule. bottom of I b. writ f(f tea boats
akin n V ""fJ stepo' . the erehaadls will be carri"4 49 J.iaJ.tue. WM brtlUMt wan.eonfdtste .
: \ at. Washington or at ay .bey are DOW behind breakwateraer ee. fart b<.r..atli Ik* level of tb. city's .bra they wf distoured, by lleaje I. a > .....,.n mad iantaadr
''', capital but upon Ik* battle the of the Ohio and Moo.4hock. shred.T.e.. eta Krm er and Many. Widen.
: of Camp Josew i. U. C. V
} aekaria. IU will dUaJtt: their''' taactlaeryand ..... - -- .. ..

i( ..1.a aad Japan desire to remove ta. bre.eb fetocas of the >ed. Beat t. Carry ".....,,,.. Cftulch Want D'yOu "el.rm.Asbury Make. Dntln U M..*UL,

r e pdaUOI" direct, said gnus. Ii. has doubt:*.. n-poned. fall Paris. J... ff 4 S. p. etr ThsReneh -Ilifk. .V y.. J..A* !..-Tb* -

; ot.'tIff1P Is tbrre. ahaai .una ta ".J d.parttnestCharB.d .yffll..t bsa J.4kate4. u. M...v.ra| *;IUM 4 of the. tort4 cfcnrhIH .' .

Jtlaftctrwria. wbtebJ' "tft C..isp .be'e of owtald faderieafly
: : ; aeatral territory 8t PM. Mlaa.. J... Id -.",un.T .- I to carry Ik* biddy' of Paul| Jo .a tow* (Arstn. reform (t. nivorr and enJ
with'se llor\a.il. of SC Past sad Itoyal B.dtratss \ MM deer $*la. train J'a n. b. lays ,lag .Its .M....un *xWl "",tee p 4rwreck .

tJWt'. oajnr .kaUoll. of PVrr. a. Dwrr u ....,. a Trench rooadrns. .m deLi,. wa had. ttfu nrorcrd exi (Mher<< .f May II, by the pe.,1.i oC

:: repltala. Uantteh d.heists. tk. Catted tate. eir< *r the' body t. the Aw....,.. ........._. rasa "crpltarl ,rn..4*, Aersrdtos. t4 flsnabarg) ... |<*nyl AaU HJroi{

eswtftoettrg. nc-a "othetwhs. rugs eMrt are td4uged wit! sect. nil will s.eeetlafa a cbsc fa the. ; ,Ihu rvl* <*.. U..M4. rf tk. .'(11)0' "I. rempaaf baa rkmaud lt lO.u. t.* '
tky are Jousdlb. nit cedar .
.: Cattedwal Brats ttttd s ona Pt iN A..n- egesdroasfrsun Ik* |Nrr*.M ** <(, ac l... 4lvurev afcall JI.afntAIC laptlai Tb doalpUaa
.. ptbart..- Osu. .arM to "fra" tt .tw. ...... 01 tu t+t* rrf .ft4 fV poly .
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Hold on Charge Or Arson. Disease
t Atlanta, June 10.-Carey: Wood

known not only la Atlanta but e., Inherit

: TO HAPPINESS ELIXIR. tensively acquainted commercially '
1, the south Is no longer an occupant ; of' innocent: off-

,L c I.' a cell In the Fulton county Jail : the blood, that

Y "Was the Experience: of Will Clark REGULATES '''IIELIYFJI t suspect but Is, now being ,held on : : disease' is contrary cane
defined charge of on--tbat ;
' of High, \ Springs., STOaACII'rBOWELS, having been mode In a true bill by: neck catarr

Fulton, county grand Jury during of n,7 litue
COMPELLED TO KILL, TWO MEN session. And in the county Jail old, and spread
KIDNEYS. will remain prisoner among; the next attack,d

4, To Protect His Own Life. Because Ha The inventor the famous "TEK dred and more violators of S.lose S.her S. sighs Thsi
until next week. when he will
Had Spirited Away the Girl H.. Loved RELL SCRAPE." a man known where dy and camp c
brought before Judge Roan, of the y, and has n< -r
and Intended to Marry-Was Vindicated ever, plows are sold and used, says: ton criminal superior court for .,

and Wed. the offense for which be is held R. BKKKL
: "I bate 1IHcM ZLEV'S .F.Ml'N: '
From the s-ene! of a moet exciting KUXIR for 10 or'is yean In my being bailable. in place of its

& tragedy which he was compelled to family for the'wm__. liver and kidneys and tubercuui
Arrested for Abducting His Son. has been in
take the live of two' lenow.mea In and Bad It to the best medicine I the
self-defense, from the ,embarrassing bate ever.HCL'' It UJ] 4 a cure cuescld0 New York June lO.-Ulysses birth of the sw+
for i pain in the back or under the Grant Gllck a promoter and .. S. S S
conditions which naturally follow inch
boulder I bare recommended H innumerous It cleanses
1'' deed, to the matrimonial altar, all In oa-. to my workmen whoa mine, owner, who resided la poisons

the short space of a few days, le.. the ins ick sod unable to work aad tt baa tJwtyiglTen ]- tor"\2 years prior to January last the tonic effects

terestlng experience of ,Will Clark of perfect iallfctlon. U. D. under arrest here on' the health im_
TERRELL President Atlanta Plow complaint of Chief of Police
High Springs and one which ''he cannot health the dis
Co. Atlanta"MOZLEY'S Pa. charged with
Erie ,
LfM"66 forget as It l Involved all that was dear :: on the blood
his own son. Taken prisoner
( to him. Gllck his 3-year-old son charge.
Will Clarke was engaged to a alias LEMON ELIXIR, who was given 'In care of the : CA.

Mlrelle-ahandsome.faiclnatingyoonglady society. Gllck declared that his

with cheek 'as crimson as the 1 rest was outrageous and he had a

summer,,rose and ,eyes as bright aud TO AMALGAMATE, UNIONS. fect right to take his own child If

sparkling .. the morning dew-agalnit did not see tit to leave it in his
the wll of her anole' I. L., Mlseile.wa.poapparent Garment Workers and Custom Tailors ers' care. Mrs. Glick and her

There' reason for.op* to Form Organization.New band's brother are on their way: to >
York June 10. The Interna/-
,; posing the match since young Clark to> this city.
tlon Women Garment Workers' union
was a moral young titan; but at any,
in session her has appointed a
rate the uncle objected, and it le said now Just Everryone Do.
committee' to confer with the United
several times ordered him to cease his Garment Workers' and the Journeymen Mr J. T. Barber of IrwinvIIle

attention to the girl Love and deter Custom Tailors' union with a always keep. a bottle of

mlnatloa however, .went hand In band, view to amalgamating of the trace Colic, Cholera and DUrrhova

h''i and It was arranged that Mr. Clark bodies. If successfully carried through at bind ready for Instant use.

,. should take the young lady to relativesIn the combine will make an interns.tional of colic cholera morbua and MARKET

Fort White, return for.a license and organization of clothing workers come on so suddenly that there is

0 marry the young lady. He did accompany with a mefftbecshlp of 800,000. time to hunt a doctor or RO to the I

her to Fort White but upon returning The Custom Tailors' union and the for medicine. Mr. Barber say : D I i : -it ::

to High Springs ro company United Garment Workers have already have tried Chamberlain's Colic

w, with another man he was met by MI.aeUe appointed conference committee. A era and Diarrhoea Remedy,

and his stepson Pete Reddlok.I plan of amalgamation will b. preparedand one of the ben medicines I ever

i who Informed him.that they were lookIng submitted to a referendum vote. I keep a bottle of it in my room I !

N for him and proposed to beat him The union also decided to levy a have had several attacks of colic

to death. They dragged him from the per capita tax of 10 cents a monthon ..It has proved to be the best

t buggy and proceeded to carry out their every member for a strike fund. I ever used." sold by all druggists.-

threat, and In the soothe Clark man I
d aged to get hold of )tI& IJ.'* pistol Cream Poisons Many Guests Bride Too Nervous to Wed.

with which he killed both'Micelle and Nashville Tenn., June 10.-Twenty- Fall ,River Maes., June 9.

Reddick la.t n'll. 'V'' one guests of a local hotel were tak- thou..hthe wedding guests had
en sudenly ill shortly after dinner. Ice sembled In NotreDame church for
Olark proceeded to High Springs, Fla.
where he wired the sheriff Columbia cream was served at the meal and attendant marriage of Miss Alma M. ,
physicians attribute the sickness daughter of Professor Jules M.
In which county th* tragedy occurred ;
to some preservative used In the poD of Thtbodeau's college to Dr.
that h* wits, ready tu surrender. He
A. Lavole of Manchester, N. H.,
milk or to ptomaine poisoning.
was taken Into custody, but a trial by
five doctors are busily engaged among was no wedding. Professor
the court gave him his freedom and
of whom said that the bride waa too i'A
the affected guests some are
the following day be was married to .
in a serious condition. The list of to have the ceremony performed
the little woman who bad been true to
sufferers Includes Chief Templar C. T. though everything bad, been @ &
him to th* last
Kelley Independent Order of Good for the event and the bridegroom
Mr: and Mrs. Clark are residing In
Templars of Tennessee; Umpire W. C. come from his home In New [
High where they are quite
Springs Black of the Southern Baseball shire. The wedding baa been
popular and have many friends( league; "Red" Russell and "Doc" Wise- poned.. ,

man. of the Nashville Baseball club; -

't THE STATE UNIVERSITY. several members of the theatrical attraction Sprained Ankle Stiff Neck,

showing here and six members Shoulder. .
: A Pointed Reply to Th Lake City of a criminal court Jury.
Index Item ------ These are the Common ailments : FLOK1DA
which Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is
The following Item from The Lake Cured of Brlght's 01...... pecially valuable. If promptly ap Produce.
City Index Is replied to by a comma.
Lisbon Red Mills and
Oeo. A. Sherman it will save you time money
nleatlon Th. Palatka Tlm..n.rald.wbleh ,
Lawrence county, N. Y, writes "I faring when troubled with any
a,; we publish below had kidney disease for many years and these ailments. For sale by all : Cotton Seed Met
r The people of Lake City owe a debt the LOW
been treated for gists.
had by physicians
x; of gratitude to Senators Glllen and I.
4 Adams for the successful fight they twelve years| bad taken a well known Cotton Burns In Georgia Town.Conyers.
mad for the University which they kidney medicine and other remedies 10.
Ga.. June : :
can never repay,-Lake City Index
that were recommended got no re* fire broke out on the
evening a
We have known for of the ex
years lief until I began using Foley's Kidney form or'lb.. Oonyers' railroad
istenoe In Lake City of factions, political I
i Core. The first half bottle relievedme I and burned about 60 bales of
divisions, .strifes and betimes dls and four bottlee have cured me of The cotton piled on the platform .

t gutting scandals connection with her this terrible dl...... Be fere I began I fire from the spark of a passing

school Int..ltl. The public generally taking Foley's Kidney Cure I had lo I .mouldered and burned all sight

t t has been apprised that a Urge part of make 'watet about every fifteen miDI was only extinguished this .

the community were not In sympathywith I utes, day and night, and passed a It took great watchfulness to save -

the Slate University. brick-dust substance. and sometimes a depot. The cotton belonged to the
"" Hut with all this before us, we were limy substance. 1 believe I would stead Manufacturing company, but Walrus ,
have died If I had not taken Foley's
7+ not prepared for the above statement loss will fall on the company
l Kidney 00,.." J. W. WlOoUam&Co.
on the part of The Index Senators whom It had been Insured.A .
y Omen and Adams voted for the bill
American Receives Crass of Honor. ,
that In one fell blow abolished the Unl. Bad Scare. I English
Paris, June 10.-Captain T. Bentley -
of Florida located Lake Same.
lenity at City,
Molt, the Americas military attache Some day you will get a bad ,
and Tb. Index says that the people ol '
has received the cross of the when you feel a pain in your USA "
Lake City owe a debt of gratitude to ,
..1 Legion of honor with a letter from Former and fear appendicitis. Safety li. t
these gentlemen for their successful
fight. Minister Delcssse under whomIt Dr. King's Sew Life Hlle, a sure z
was bestowed. Captain MoU'a anuscts.or for all bowel and stomach
Is this a confession that the University .
Captain William S. Qulgnard, uch .. headache, biliousness,
la obnoxious to the of Lake
t;, has arrived'here and has taken up hie ova. etc. Guaranteed at all a
t City That they do not want a State duties, but Captala Mott will remain gists'; only 35: *. Try th.m.
Institution of learning their midst?
la Purls until September when he will
What other Interpretation can be Riven serve on the staff of General Adna IL Summer Tourist Rates Via
abase words Lin.
to Caaffee. head of the American mission Coast
Perhaps this Is the method that they to the French army maneuvers. If you contemplate visiting U 1

ba,. adopted. to serve notio on the reeorta see ticket agents Atlantic ; : /MnTiaA ,

board of trustee* provided for I In the Rolle si Washington Sold. Line and get all, Information with 01
Bookman bill thai they do not a*..ir* eehedole :
Nashville, Tean.. Jane 10.-Colonel .renc* to n.* route, :
r the new University to b* placed there ; Andrew Jackson has sold the old Pullman srvl.. Summer tourist .a"5:::;, ,

that they feel grateful that the old P,,*> .... ftltoa eMU, the ... pris'4 setfonat- are now la effect to. all the ... i s. :
has been abolished and don't ear to b* .s of PntelUset Jackson to the sorts throughout the country with BAItCE. Been:ti:

annoyed with another Certainly the Vernon lusoeUIUo for "-,00. This: turn limit October 1st. Rat. eompuaJee. ... k

board of trust*** will not attempt to chlr: was willed by General \Va...ba.eI I bn announced to all springs, r)

fore upon aha p.opl. of Lake City an suit to his tapir cfeyssoUn. Or Cralk.SB .I sin and seashore resorts. For the i da ,,\hj!

institution that they do not want. ,} member of the Craft x.mlly: gave time round-trlp tickets ar* BOW on ) .

No school can thriv la an antagon tt to Gsemnl Jackson. to. resorts la New England '

iced atmosphere. Th* establishment. -- -- ., '.
of a university ft momeatoos undertaking.

Th* social political !moral Vigor. Hair

religious aDd Intellectual *...froAlD...' Why not have ail FL1mDA."i! "

should all be favorable to Its growth Afters rich color

aid vlopcaau Hair Viror will do faplA....
Let the board consider well tit> sun A
Y every :. Not s tingle
roaadlnga bfor flxtn*ape a location Stops filllnif hair also. .0.. it &
., for abe 8UM UaJvtrsltl. A. 0. .. ..SON, Pro-prLe "_._"c;

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, ___ __ 4 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE 11, 1905 ,8 <
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",. I NOTES. I ORIGIN OF PIKE'S PEAK. \ lw ;( >. i

'| Lilt of Various Places of Worship. Little Girl Bitter by an Alligator-Crops I..... Letead .t Ike ....._tl.. ., A Great

I. Special ord.. at Baptist- Church. Good-Other Matters. TbU ...... *._*....

*. The following services will be held Windsor. June 10. The quaint Indian legend of the formation
Crops are lookII
/ *
1 at the various places of worship today : ) fin -, notwithstanding the of 1'ike'ti ItHk U aa follow.

First Baptist Church Rev. S B. drouth II -wever., if rain does severe ".\t the beginning of all tiling! the

-Sum!a r'school at 0:13 lIotOtnt' lcsM spirit* kititetwed( the f'UI'tllUtl E ucationanMovement
gogen< a. m. suns r. -re is going to be, a short d\\11 iif.tr he banks of il.i Krvutrlxcr. : -;
Preaching at 10:30 'a. tu. Subject, crop ol corn
'J.icy bad created a ra<.- of men ffcjL
-The Christian Sentinel." Sunbeams ,:Mr. Torode is building quite a large to b<* their servants, but It:.-..e men r, ?

meet at 8 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U at pinery. Very fine pineapples have been wore far superior to the present Inliubitdutx A : 1't L'

4 p. m. Night service at 7:45. Ibis raised in thi. section and we hope Mr. of the earth cud wade cud- !
service will be given op to hearing resorts Torode's venture will prove a financial leas trouble for their creator Therefore

from thn' varioas departments of 'I1Clf'U. I the leer spirits rr olvc! .l to Ueftroy -

ths church covering one year's work Messr. M 1. J. Beckhim.C. R. Spivey.' uiaukluJ and the earth iiivlf, M\J *$,<
caused the river to rise.
they great

. ft!j,.'.speeial damostlATereetiogsession* p'rograih- will be followed will be I Ij Gus the excursion Ormond and to' Tampa.Will Heckham took in I everything.til It burnt It They:* bank themselves and overwhelmed lo> .k each A \M\\\M\ \\ \ lID mm Fpt a

; ADT s$500)()()
";?: ieM. The pastor especially anxious }{4)n. J. A. KotbornuKh has returned a large portlou of the tx<& of the earth

that every Baptist In the town shall from Tallahassee. Wear all glad to that they might create a new world

attend these'two services. The public have him with us again. and a quantity of main', which had

it most cordially. Invited.Kavsnaugb'Hethodist. Mrs. Mary Edwards and some friends been their particular food and, returned Offered Free of Cost ,;

from Gainesville to heaven. Arriving at the, gate ofheave
Church Rev are spending a short
time :,. which Is at Uie end of the
T.J. Nixon. Horning serviceat here. plains, where the sky sad mountains Unprecedented Offer that Promises to Prove .
10:o'clock':' Subject "The Greatest I''. M. Phifer of Gainesville, with two meet, they were told tint they could
in the Kingdom." Evening service friends, were looking at Windsor real not bring such burdens of earth Into Interesting. I '

at 7:45. Subject "Excuses.'. estate the other day. Leu veu. Accordingly they dropped " ,

Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Junior Mrs E. M. Munsinger is having an them all then and there. These falling '

league at 8 p. m. Senior League at 4 addition put to her house massive made a great heap on the, top Something SUN Readers Should Consider !

Mr. Parks of Philadelphia I lei having of the world which exteude far '
p.m. above the waters aud this Is the origin I
Holy Trinity,Episcopal Cnurch. Rev. I a new roof put on his house here.
of IMke's which la thus shown to
peak :
Francis H. Cralghill-Holy communion :' Quite a lot of blueberries are being be directly under the gate of bt'&\'u. Read the Following Details Carefully: Ins,

at 7 a. m., Sunday school at 9:30 a, brought in here. (It was formerly twice aa high ns now,

m. Morning prayer and sermon at People in the vicinity of Moccasin but lost Us summit aa Is told In another The Mystery Surrounding theBeautiful]| Display in G.

10:30. Evening prayer and sermon at Bend report crops good but say a little legend.)
I W. HYDE'S Window Revealed l in the following:
:, .a o'clock. rain would do no harm Just now. "The rock masses upon It and all

First Presbyterian Church UevTbos. The people of Windsor will have a about stow that they have been A number of our enterprising merchants execution, which examination will rid

P. Hay-10:30 a. m. morning: ser union Sunday school picnic!! on the dropped| from the sky_ Tile varietyand have arranged what.. will prove prnv*.
extent of the mineral wealth In The conditions of the
vice. 4 p. m.. Sabbath school. Lesson corner of Green street and Orange avenue earth's cholc- to be a most Interesting contest l>.- are a. 1
that the folio
the region prove lodge, or school r
topic i The. Message of the Risen Tuesday July 4th. All friendsare est uiaterUU' deposited tbciv. And tureen the lllirh .School Twentieth club horplleu or organisation public '

Christ.' 7 p. m., Westminster League. cordially invited to come and spenda still as the constellations move aeroes Century Club, Old ...11"".' home. U. or private. I. eligible to the eontest.

Topic: "Not Ashamed of the Goats pleasant day. the heavens and vanish clove the P. O. Elks: Volunteer' Firemen' Ma.: Votes for Individuals will not be count

!." Monthly offerings for ministerial Berry pickers had better keep one mountain summits we may see the sons, .n.., O. W.. K t>f I'., (J.inr.rtll.'rd. With will b each.. given 10 bv cents the purchase merchants a 4

relief. 7:45 p. m., evening ser- eye open for rattlesnakes and aton spirit rise from the great river lAud Guards. Kirby Smith Chapter or J J. l"ll'lu.t, whose hberslity these grand

these days Last week a little girl pass to tho gate of bcaveii. Tb* fall- Finley Chapter of the U L>. 0., or any .libraries. are furnished on which will

Tice.The usual services will be held at while picking berries not far from Rochelle Ing stars are their falling bvin1..u* or church Sunday school, hovpltsl or.anbliP t written the amount of the purchase

was caught by an alligator and the dropping grain of inalse," 'liatiou or Institution you would wish and the number of voles. The Inu-
the Advent
Christian .
Church.No to own the beautiful library valued at chaser will write on the ticket the let )
services at St. Patrick's Catholic quite severely bitten. The fact of the ...r.... irr.... $)<'<), now nn display at O. \V Hyde's. stltutlon or organisation for which he

Church owIng to the absence of the 'gator being only three or four feet "Gold In the morning! silver at noon TUB REWARD will I h* a msgnitl- ur she! deolres to vot'', sign their names ,

pastor. ReV'. P: J. Lynch who is con. long I is all that saved her from being and lead at night" Is always unp,t with cent )libraryconsisting\ of 200 volumes and deposit the ticket In the htllnt\ t

dotting services at Hawthorn today. very seriously if not fatally injured. reference to fruit. Most people think It of the standard. subscription! box in the store In which the purchase lt;
lions of th day aa f<)lIo..PUblloa'l Is msde.
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| The public la cordially invited to all 1 means that the explanation of the proverb Great Char Dudley Warner Th. standing of the contestants wilt
Remains Were Shipped.The
"- places of worship and strangers: will Is that digestion Is strongcnt In the of the WorM'a Best LIt..rsture," 46 be published exclusively In each Hnn- '

>'receive a cordial welcome. Seats free remains of Mr Robert H. Porter : morning and weakens,, ss the day guess" volumes ; "Mbrsrv" of the World's day's Issue nf The Hun until October s,

the sudden death of whom occurred ou. But you will note tbat the proverb Greatest Classics." 80 volumes ; the Ulh, 1 10U6, at 7 o'oliMk p. m., when Ih. d
refers to fruit alone. If It baa to do Anglo-Am rlesn Dictionary and (lyt remaining votes will be countsd, and '
Thursday night were shipped
FOR SELLING WHISKEY. yesterday Grand with the dlge' tlvf power only It shouldbe olopedia,12 volumes. ; Library of Or th. magnificent lltrary, awarded to the da
I via the Seaboard Air Line to applied to all foods. The real explanation story, bv Dr<''w, I 16 volumes ; organisation having the largest number

.James Welch Arrested and Committed Chain III., where the interment will Is very different. It Is that fruit Works of Italiso 30 volumes | the 1.1-1 I of YO"".. The Bun will publish In

I take place beside his parents. The remains freshly gathered Is fitted for eating sod (irsr* of Vets, 82 volumes| each l-suo a coupon which will enllll
at Alachua Saturday. will be relatives. Wurl"'. B..st'1ssays,10 volumes ; Ills the holder to two votes that will tM
accompanied by lesnenn In value the hours That
'\ ss pans. tory of Our Great Commanders, 12 credited to the Institution( that Is writ
Deputy Sheriff J. E Fugate of Ala. The pell-bearers were C. Y. Craw Is true not of fruit only, but of all vegetable volumes. I ten on space provided for same when

-bna brought to this city Saturday ford. W. 11.. MaKinstry. S. J. Burnett.J *. That which comes direct from Each and every one of these bonks delivered to the ballot hoses In either .

sight James Welch a white man who S. Goode, Nicholas Bures and Evans the garden to the table ls the roost | el- am specimens of the best mechanical of the .tnr....

arrested upon a charge of selling Haile. Quite a number of friends escorted stable! and In every way best fitted for

whiskey in a dry county, arraigned in the remains to the station. consumption. Voting Tickets Can be Secured From the Following Merchants :

Justice Oaswelt'scoort, and placed under The death of "Uncle Bob" removes
u..S.*t !!..! K.*r Mad*.
a 1200 bond for his appearance before from our city one of the oldest most O. W. HYDE. W. R. THOMAS. +
The tleejtcflt haul of a net ever made I
the next grand Jury Welch having familiar and most popular landmarks, In the world was,, achieved by Americans The leading Dry OootU sto
failed to produce the amount of and it is the wish of hi. friends that be oft the Tonga Islands, In the remember this Is headquarters. are the beet at the right price and a

the bond was brought to this city and may sleep well in his far-off 1111001.Itr.vl' south Pacific. The trawl struck bottom Marcus Endsl. department vote worth going affords after.a splendid Our Llvwry oppor

placed in prison. :23X)0 feet below the! "rfllN-tJaat; Is The leading ClolII..r.I"n', FiirnMier unity tu ,vote

Col.! T, V Porter and W. K.. Bartle- considerably more than four miles and Tailor of (Oalnearlllo... sat W, 8. Oorsey & Compsny.Tlie .

In the Mayor's Court. son. who came h..re Friday, were with I down-but even at that depth animal I I'fjr the mo, exacting demands ,of all. Grne.ry and the. Market offers
the remains. life was found. Those strange being Votes count here, 1
The mayor's court was rather interesting the strongest precinct 7ft per rent ofOain.svills
lived In water whore temperature| wanronstsntly Furniture Company voting strength Is with the ,roo
Saturday, since there wa an I e'.w r.u."r._... your
just above the (resting point The big Furniture store where r..rt *v.ry meal you s''rv., it's voting.
"It in frtHfinutlug oct-tipittlon, sate you
unusually heavy docket and the cases and under a pressure of 9.11110( pound to ran vote every payment vuu mah.. Bring your account and vote when you y ,
"to 1O..lIrdl the language
were of some gravity a phil.nogtst' tb. square ;ln Sadie Robertson charged: with disorderly for |I'ul.lldrOl". A pit)I ud route U. a bring it back again took" a whole day this valuable precinct, Gainesville Planing and Coffin Co. '
.r,1 l tlit: read the same backward us
< .
conduct and fighting:, was fined InnUmIn of steady I.toor. .$t. Nichols. L. C. Smith. A glnrlmin for eon t ran-
((.rW8I'tI l Rotator, for a opportunity
110 in ton to vote tl'., A load .
and costs. The defendant a row
bundmU best and of
1",11 ncl ruIU" Several of then The largest variety Hhoes
of wood 10 votes. Don't miss them r
a few nights ago stabbed Ethell'hll. strange, wonln are tabulated! Iud new Attention. Ye Nud,. in town We have the pair you want,

lip. in several places. Inflicting painful ones aret"utinunlly turning up In the For home purchasing contracts or We have the YO"" .. Coma and see us. W. O. Pagan & Company.

but not serious wounds. K.iiKllftli: tongue. It you ran fliul one loans In the Standard UusrsnteeandTrust J. 8. Bodlford I & Company.The Our Meals and Vegetables/ are the

Asa Bally,charged as an accessory in send. It to the Palimlrotne Not-lely of ,,,.,. of Washington l). C., write reliable, druggists. A busy store bees the msr>tst affords. Vote here, {Jl.
Now work.. to Geo. W. Moyers, or tall) at the Gainesville ttlesm Laundry. \
I the aboveease, was discharged. It w. where the voting will be heavy. We 1
"I can rattle off PI trill|,,re a iloieu or "Itackot Htor" of J C Evans rn have them, firs us your wnrkt, save the bumJU
alleged that he loaned the Robertson two" nlln lroiucn. Thus, (inesvlHe.. If..m not there, Mr. lips, Get your friends to do likewise.
> <
I woman the knife with which to do the Ilili.i refer 1.lh11118.. tot. l lint, Evans will wait" on yon for m.. J. W. McOolltim & Company. Take them lo our ......, and get the ,
(cutting bat this was not proved. p ep. GKO W Mo vans. The up-to-dite Druggists., The voles '0.... Big< Item '
madam d..I.I d 1Hll'sl. I
elute >rx>t, ,1. j pop Jim
hi. 1006.Ksrsxae. are here. Come see us. A. M. Cuthman. f fL.
W. \v fined 3 and cost
C.f1wal | .
"er'. il*>wml." dal. did shahs eve, .. .
| for disorderly conduct. rertv t
Will Strobhar. charged with disorderly it.ie: reiiilr.. k-l *-el. r... stock will supply the most .....llnllfd.. newed. provided sash premiums are
conduct and fighting was fined I'd !Imlo"t -l-l| n Iliillelln
minds Th. votes are her In plenty. within thirty day of date of pol->>
110 and co..... It will be remembered \ Paid each 10..nts of premium one
that Strobhar was the man who cot (.........u. ...1! \.*.\...'. r.r"..... A. U Vidal I -.- Company rote will Ixt ',.ottd. 1I

(Millie Brooke in a street row Friday U In'ii i.niiilx-tiM.; an-uini'duleil' by The only Hods .Fountain Conflation Mrs. 8. W. LoOrand.

(morning. He stated that Brooks called Julie I 1'lIn.'. nrrlfitl In the halt of tl>. ., and Hook dealer Issuing' rotes Thy Ttie only Millinery and Notleo' store
Hotel de % 111.! *. where" l>., wn olB--l.ll7l count here. Ixcilng votes. Vote heN
lED a name which would not look well
tll l read the |Pro'Uuuatlwn vf the Wind
n print when ha proceeded to carve French irultirthe| crowd" whlrh fut-

iim. Brooks was also arraigned for lo n.d Ui* two l'iitl...i iaught eight of Merchants, Note Carefully. i iI j

?, liaorderljr conduct and fighting, and a ftn'-loO.rtralt; nr N.|")ln....o III, t n1ns The rules of the ."ttI.., provide that seek merebant. shall esrsfullf make
took It down a r* ord of his vot on Friday night of rwh week. sending' a dDpl.....'. of sam
; 'u. let down by a fine of, $2 60 and on a wall Tli'-j ruiuptly, i
to The Dan 80a. on Hslorday before noon of each *v.Nik. over his own slgna )
inatJj It to pte.w
bout b.
o.a. __ ___ and were lure, Including this tiel",., carefully, wrapping and tylo{ them up (a as small 't
totrrvrned. Turnlnctb
when ambtta! I package as possible t writ your own osm and< date of delivery on each so that
+ Attention Library Contest Voters.Is the ..11. le aaU': "My
portrait to Itioyean be flled away with your r *orJs and delivered to a eommittee on
Then I an error In the statements trWDdli.IF" bate put up with the orl< Oat for twenty je.r. l n ua t... iron 1 I
eoa i display card which will be .. THE SUN'S Voting Proposition.Under
tent: today to turn ti. far. to tl wall. .
today ia the window., In eon.with I
It U all be ciwrvMDISCRIMINATING no .1.lJMu. will aa employe of this paper be allowed to east a
the Gainesville Steam ar -
voU in this contest
k' .., Th. fiO-vote featare will ----.- -- ---I I W* will give a premium of 75 voles for every paid three mo/albs' suberip- '.j

fore as this was by error ; I LADIEt.Tmtm lion to this pat.rt 9jo votes.] for every paid six month subscription and ftu., t
votes for paW subMrlpilon for one OU subscriber the
ID Ocala matter. The an every year get same

''Iw rats IB The Son today .>. R.M? ............ ---.1 somber of voes by paf Isg their sybserlptlons' 'la adran. Jtvery voter should
bet subscriber. To sue insiliniton .... .
a s orlaM largest number nf votes In
r ?E, Btly.how tit. voting is done. ... r..rl.--. Ibis maas>.r, ... will award at 7 o'clock. p. m.. October llih IOU6, lOvoles..
Tlv lath'. wtto ha. u.r S..bf'o"JI..w .
. fCurs> for Dyspepsia.tsay :'". ....Jr. erf .If ,to tat h'-.t.
trine. for h. evkk. .trH" In ........10. I I1M Eaiaiae. .
,:K .. of Fort William, Us.wkokaesoC.redquit. -ra of .....rvlJ' aid .t*' t<.t IU ..- i,I BKABY TOTING COUPON.
. a eftt..ee M a a.wrrat' fair A' pt. It Absolutely Ike safest sod IDN&. ...
rears frog dyspepsia and 810..... tb* .e.tp r- fresh 't i'.n.p !ncmieal p-...r sew on lb. ...r.... Jill. _

. 1M stomach, ad ....t Itching ...lelt 4.a"'r". .... _. 1- I slo Iff to an horse power Writ for ThU aowpon entillee la. bolder lo two vote* that ean b. east for ,
was X.w%,.. n-.ww. .".e' . n..adashwfr. +I if>rlee.I .
e 'drogue to take Cham that Sal lastilatio eompsrllas; for .... beatitlful library, when properly tailed
a. It d4a. th'+ r rw+
rer I TaU. engine( |i. no* n .l.*.. nt niltrades" I signed! and .....f1M4 lo tfce ballot) boies either the above
eh and LJver Tablets. ,...... T-.s s. crew, to -" k >' 10feU wltk or baps'... sad.oadry cot In
... .. ., . Jr..: tat K.N.vy.rld..dep. tftnaosos
IJ ** lad ._ .1 tor*.
[ I fled that
? says ty .. trij rs kp yoej p sjd;
,.... .>..' .M .""'-
> great deal of rood. I ......... it u ate* a* W- kit drsint. ++ 'bat It U n "Crsk ,..toN to <. ye.r
ad any suffering ciooe I for M We4tuitr as srl.swiit6 -..,.. t* work and a.* ......... 0r ld wader fallgnarantee ,... .* laUHetUe ;;

1 ..p If troubled wilt rM 0. to .... d1.ltettt '. $444be s>r yvor mosey DSJCVU Slflsplteity ,
ti.da1y .......... ..... 1Iot', .h ..arose .... f.
iigrsUoo way not take i ,... ., Veier .. .1, . . .
t_ __... Uttnrft T'- I1Mpdd. Ce. f) NVL'n
-et well ad stay well? ,, !tars.J. CEO. W. MOVERS THE DAILY
f I!naggteta.w j I n. Bctfifsr.. A Ow, diets W lgeads.a O"l.nc... Ir'1g111W I : __ _

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I @;he 4&un; ::; : , .'Pre.Idea.. Roosevelt. H.rtf. .can promote UNIVERSITY. THE JOY OF LIVING

peace between >Husa{ "4 Japan no We agree with The Tampa Tribune CAW vm wvwr BEALtZg n wiuuc TOW

r r _Bl red s'the Poa "ODe. at Gidae due.J'1a.. one;will,'begrndga:'hlm;' tbs credit bewill that Gainesville Is the place for the ENJOY GOOD HEALTH

all teoocd-elacii, in all natter., g,In. by helping ,$jji"(top the terrific State University.-Levy County Advocate.
I human slaagnler wni jh has char '
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H, H, McOajCART Editor and PublUber.
) acterised tbs, ;nl'a.o-r': ;; aael., war.

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looking sick and worrying over these
all the President's efforts, howeverwell'latintioned.Wlll'come
: CStJ'D11tor
to naught things. You've got the town and with 0s

LOUIS JrUKUMTBY Uen'l Travelta trout. however- Count'.CasainI tel outlined little cold backbone you can get the

the position 6t BUMa to a few chosen State University.-Levy County Advocate.

F.M.,PB1TWJTT SupU Composing:Rooms maintains .
riendss He that Russia has ,

4! ". ""..,_.,".'OFFICE I PORTKK. BI/5CK. nothing more to lose 'if she were to Gainesville I Is early In the struggle) to The Popular Liver Medicine
make peace hoar she would have to
'*g W.Main.street. H. TELBPHO 43+ secure the State University and. If we

or...TJla DAILY 8ne,publUhed every morolac II*. yield acknowledge, the --neutrality'1ap n'. suzerainty of Manchuria of Cores except Pensacola, there Is probably no Will Keep You Well_ '

,, apt Monday,delivered by airier:In the cIty or Better .point in the State at which
i ;..;,: nailed to may part of the United States portage grant the neutrality Yiadivoeok to locate that lalU'ationPen..cola A GUARANTEED CURE for .n diseases produced by TORPID -
"J yy.tree,for la a year; $'.50 alx montbe;' (..25 three and pay an enoroxfioi Indemnity Dally News. LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not flU your system
+ /.. mouths;or 50 cent for five weeka-atrlcUy ladvaace. resides. If Rruiia continues to fight with Arsenic Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons
; ""; Japan mayIn thecourteof timedrive A_suggestion : Put the University at which vitiate the blood debilitate the system and leave a trail

Manchuria Vladivostok Gainesville the insane asylum at :Lake of bad symptoms which require Drears to obliterate HERBU
Reading notice la local column 10 cent a line her from rapture INC is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotto
IOff Ant Insertion and 5 cent for each additional and be In a position to Insist on City, the negro: normal and the girl' poisons. is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy

iaaertlon. herr suzerainty of Corea but by the college *t Tallahassee and the instl- nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves aoinjurious

Kate for dlnplay adrertlntaf made known.T. time all this has been aocompllihed byrute .tate for the deaf dumb and blind at effects.
application. Bar tow.-Punta Gorda Herald.
> force,Japan' financial resourceswill CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER
4 Tbs-wke-a-Weck Sun.an eight-par forty have been ihauited and she will The location of the new Universityand REMEDIES FAILEDMr.
column paper publUhed every Monday and have to quit fighting without any In-
Tbnnday, and coatatoa all the new of the emnlty( whatever Of coarse the humanitarian the Female College is a questionof I,. A. flicks -redef. Tens ,yet "I was
week local State and general, and will ben considerable interest in the State at sick in bed for eight months with liver trouble the)
mailed, free, to of.the United side of the argument has I was told to try
pottage any prt present. Nearly every town of any doctor seemed to do me no good.
StateserCas.dafort.eoaye ir-ln. 'e4ft_. no force with Russia.' : Her moojiks or size is Herbine. and It cared me In a short time.' I cannot
5 endeavoring to secure the Uni "
i peasants are cheap and a few hundred recommend this wonderful medicine too highly.
All advortUlnar Mil become due after Ant virally, Gainesville Is making special '
eel thousand less of
more or are. no moment TAKE IT NOW
t appearance of advertiaement, unless otbenrlaeaUpolated effort and Is sending throughout the
to the Czar. and the
Ia contract. Parties not known to u* war party State a little folder giving five good 1 LARGE BOTTLE 50c GET THE GENUINE
} will be required to pay for advtrtUlne la adsaot. which dominates his aotlons.
reasons why Gainesville should be '
Addrca. TUB DAILY SUIT' Count Caislnt for obvious reasons, Ballard Snow Liniment Co
OA laevu.a.a. FLA.. chosen and these seems to be a good
does not state that Russia is afraid to
deal of sentiment In different parts of
U. S. A.
fUhtlng to at the
quit, or accept peace
the State In favor of
.LOCATE IT AT 'O INESVILLE.UDder hnntillatfng terms which Japan would nellon Advocate. Ollo.nUle.-Duo.|

? prescribe. Russia, that Is, her grand

the above heading the follow duke., fear the offlonrs who would retarD Gainesville I. at present exemplifying OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

y log editorial appear. in The Punta from Manchuria' and Siberia and her long established reputation for 'VV :O. C. JOHNSON, C-ai:a.eraville.

Oorda Herald, from the pen of Editor perhaps the m'D.T e, have learned unity In educational matter Her citizens -

k Jordan, who some' years ago was a too much of' the oligarchy which has are diligently at work-and they
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resident of Gainesville, and In his editorial furnished them cheap ammunition, .
stand as one man-to secure the location
capacity' became familiar with ,worthless. guns, rotten food etc., and of the University of Florida provided
%, the workings of the Seminary and then ,his grown rich by the transactions and the
for In Bookman bill passed by
people of thlselty t"Editorial the grand dotes appreciate that the the last sessCm of the Legislature. Because You Are Insured.
t references to the Bookman I
: coming home of the troops means their of her splendid religious and .
bill And Its results made la prerl-
own doom: moral standing, hereentrsl and healthful
out Issues of The Herald were written \
i location'and her enthusiastic educattonsl -
when It was not known what Gainesville TO OUR BUSINESS MEN. In a Company? that is Responsible Have Policy Correctly
sentiment Gainesville In her Written AV ilh Liberality of Policy Contract and the.Company #
4" wanted In plaoe of the Bin FlorIda I
contest for the University has the high Pays Losses Promptly
We desire call the attention of ,
Seminary, which la abolished by to 1p
endorsement and best wishes of hundreds
f' the bQ Now thai OalD.nl1)e( ) has announced our business men to The Twice-a-Week

her preference for the State San, which has a circulation of up. of' the leading citizens of Florida, You Are Assured :
and If she shall win no one who Is at ;
University, The Herald cordially endorses wards of 1,800 copies In Alaehua county alt acquainted with the conditions can
her claim and calls upon all and to Inform them the>. there Is no
doubt that a long step has been taken That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some P !
Booth Florida to rally as one man to better way to let the people know of *' '
toward the snbservaoce of the best interests refuge ' .,
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her support. their bargains than by placing an advertisement -
of :the State In Its educationalmatters.
"Gainesville has everything In her In Its columns. The beet w 1 t

favor-central location easy access I results are lure to follow and when .-Bradford County Tele< Fire Life Accident Health
'f roov'all quarters of the State excellent you consider that the paper reaches The Chicago labor war .la certainly apd Insurance.

; health moral atmosphere, no bar these people twig every week the
: rooms or saloons plenty of well-sop- rates are very reasonable.The ,1llIg.lo' of worthless walking delegates ) None but Reliable Companies Represented. *
a good living off the union
ported churches. Her 'people are Sun will certainly pay anyone .
united and are thoroughly imbued who has something to sell that the people

with'the educational spirit ,aDd they want ____________________ The Tampa far is now the thing. 0 A.M.: CUSHMAN:: : C
are prepared and willing to offer any Let all 1 unite on making ..it.worthy of ,

; ladoeaments within reason to secure The demand competing lines of the great State of Florida. ) Information cheerfully famished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA C

the) location of the University, railroads In Florida are being gratified

"t "They already bare the buildings oft every year, and the prospects of three The watermeloaseason Is now uponus 000\I\\I\ I'

the East Florida Seminary, which roads to Miami will be sore of In.ereuing'the and farmer are hauling some fine

b with some comparatively Inexpensive: already lively aspect ot Ones to market PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

additions will prove adequate for the that thriving city No, more enterprising -

{, purpose. business men are to be found The tf'.u'tlooh: as if Pensseola was Whiskifs; Wines Beer and Malt.

"A man can live better and cheaper In the State than are to 'be noticed dreaming of;plies. ,

q-i' In Gainesville than la any other town bustling for trade'through the advertising -

of the State. Their beef le equal to columns of Its three dally papers. EXPRESS PREPA.ID. Balk Geeds-Jap I'ree-I'.t P"paI4 '

the best Chicago article and U sold for J I :run Q\ ........... t Q\e. .Q\ Ir Qt.e.

i less than the bets Florida In any other BAD BREATH Hunting Club Rye' .......ii e6 N 00 a 7 00 Re,Ola.h.1O Cora.Per GaDoa Good:Jrn .. :,
'market. fruits If the Panama Commission would Nelson County BJ''....... 1110 t 1& f 10 h.ooPerG.uo : >
Vegetables, poultry, only start an order and admit. the )lODOtrraa lbe' ...."..... 110 110 a 00 Rye GID. Corn BalDo Vine quality.Haan .
and almost all other provisions people .. too Per Oanont _
re "
eggs . ........
/1 Rrs t 7n. a
to membership we might all boyon ............ .. 00 010 Ibe.Oln Corn.Rum. nem tor he money
tall for less there than In other -u tl.wnaay. .1Id ............
any .... ....\ .... .. _.4..._ My t.. carr a.alnrop.$ .eso .110 1100. 13.00 PerGaUoa.J' :
town In Florida. Board therefore Is I the co-operative plan and avoid the < :.sU. w.ws e aa rra-i.aiyliivMa. ..:.:1 ......,-...-......... ............ Ta a W a 110 "N" Rye Pesok and Appta BraDd,.. MellowPeaab
4 Tw Vaa at* a frl4 t* MaAHiALULE.TEl e4bJ'ageApure
tariff. Y.s....M la.a. wflll. I. BraJa4J'... ...... I n 6 00 0 110
low and If the authorities should
f very i I .a..m.IUO.. ;-I.-"I .. .. ".00 Per OaDoa:
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"'"' ... ,- .... I e. r..Nc Brandy n a00 0110 Victoria Re. Sool.l Dt'oPa a.e. Me lt'luBoUaD401a
carry on a boarding department la connection Rojsv.usky tt:: fie. . ........ ...
Sw a..Us1 .. I 1110 t 1& 7 res quality.Uaana .
The send a.w
sji.lUt ,
reason ._ ..
5. t 5
with the University, the student Ora ............ a n .a 00 OlIO LEWP ST Do..
ooold te fed and lodged for $10 a the usual "I regret to report that" Nonla MosStsla CU'OIiaa Corn.CorD. . .In 1M..00 co OlIO'I CO .a1aall' lber..... ... ........ ... .... 11 v
message to the Csar was that there oJ.lDalO.Ra... ... E.tr. Pale ........ .... 100
month, blanks left TM Ootreb Medford BaID.. . .110 IB .CO t m TI& S\.s.rd...........,.. .- .,..,... ... t o
send them
"A paramount reason for locating were no to on. OnI)88"u.4'< ... ...... IB .CO 010 elO ..alI..U.dark.................... 1 re
< Coborter. .... .. . 1 ro
Ylaf o' K. Bourbotl
'4 the University at Gainesville la the "J' In. 00 e 110 0Ale.. mpatted.. .... ..... .. r W'Amatmeat
warm, not to say enthusiastic support' The Georgia Railway Commission I ........... Allowed OD AU Good.a of Same Outn.Prto....Swot.pints' .. ................. r e'P
that would be given It In all quarters has decided to not out the passenger atMweavrlaavlse.1N.a.a.N by SIlo bbl.00 appttaattoa.R. .

of the State by the hundreds of graduates tarsi, and the old rate will hold at 1!....I 118 HANNE J.1CISOJTILLI.

of the East Florida Seminary,I three cents a mile.VicePresident .0.1.8 ST. BROS I'LA..

t who are to b* found In every town and ........ ... ..
....5.kts. ... ....
Fairbanks took just .._ .. :ybe. '...1.0...... PresidentQao.
oily, who cherish a warm feeling far .. M1kb.5. .._o.t....1.%,:... II. E. TAYLOR. Cashier ;.
Gainesville and who being men of 1? minutes to thaw out when it eameto __MI.....M_.S,...a..r......11.a.wu.c gog. W. Hrna. Vlee-Preeldent. La.GBAHAH, Asst. Cashier
standing and Influence In the commo- opening the Portland Exposition. R.alsd,.c:...c......ee N.Y. f1.

nitlee .in which reside will HUIM, MIESMENAMDWQMta.
9 they eiort -- THE FffiST
i an Invaluable Influence In behalf of The public officers all seem to be In a

lE th. University. public trust. Cleveland's version tae

f "All this to nothing of the fact .been ml.laterpret.d.lit.rs OF '
say V..I.c.1........ss& G.A.XN'Ea: V :.L.LLJD.
r that South Florida by reason of fI"" "
rev- .nt...... =
than half the taxes ur the .I ...... BMiat THE ONLY NATIONAL
IDa more or OHIO. Crrv or Totaoo ( M G. >.........aa4))see. i res--- BANK IN ALAOHUA o6j?
State, entitled as a matter of simple INCA.Oovxu.Frank > .I 111 1.,.. w

Justice to have at least this one (miltotioa J. Cheney makes oath that he .ale.. -. .....g.itAlsss.... -...-, Capital . . . . . . . . . . .$50.00000

4 located In accordance with her U senior partner of the firm of F. J. s' psb -.......1La'r"'I

wishes and Interests Chebey A: Co.,
r "The Herald has no Injurious reflection shy of Toledo county and State afore.ald. .i Deee seat...... ....... ...wtIIt
'MOI"-.a .. r
other ...se ao1 ...- .t......... wwr n. tHwb
to make apoa any tow In and th"said firm will pay the .......arrasp ra..MtlaeewMH. "' "I
the 8'11.. fact it knows ..oShiDCd.- sum or ONB HUNDRED DOLLARS .sl An bash..MMar waaanesM.fO << 'iI

k rotatory to any other aspirant. It tor "sah and every elanof catarrh that PATENTS -- .111.TAYLOB.t' lst: 'I": ',!

urges the selection' of Gainesville simply ek'wI b* cured hy the nee nf lell'e( .. . ,.,
because U know that ally to be an CsiarrnOare. FRANK' J. CHE asY.: .J'
the Sworn to before tae sad. Mbeeribed usttae twtsr > B. : \ >
Ideal location for University rmLLIl'BUD JORDAN;
I I. my preeeae's this. aUs stay of De- r iw.r..w..e
boaoe it la a matter of right and Jos-
rember. A. D. 1M&. .5. cn-rem r in. LCD DfTEK ; .
lice to South Florida. (Sias.). A. W. OLE 90lf. ---'s.i W.. W. X.tw

"It U should be asked what Is to be XcmJrr Pvauo. OLDEST .1:

done with the buildings at Lake City. HalTe Catarrh Oar to taken later ...res rsus INSURANCE
sally,and asia eHreatty Oft the blood tea,car..ew w sacs rte saw AHB11STC8Hrxzrzzz
it may be answered that the State can and masons earfaaea at the ayatem.8ea4 taraeMtwwve u. C.

put them to valuable use,but this Is a for teethamalala,rr**. tL1.. 4tPORTut

1 question to be d.oJded.b. the board F. J. OMEMBT CO..Toledo, O. .
Sold all 4 1*. GASNOW!
.f control whlaa oader tits Bockman by racgtet*, *
T nail's Family Pills' for, eoaetlpaUon. -
m bill, will have plenary' power," '. : # BLOCK GA NESVIj



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tLHE Ews FROM frfELROSE. Begin: Taking Ozotnulslon Toda"l King's Last Lay In London. DR. MOFFETTS Carts ChataraOlmheea. llf "(J." ,: ,:'" "

and Your Cure Begins London. June 10.-This was the last '.
Delightful Birthday Party-Meeting of Dysatory. and (tt t ,i.
Town Council-Other Notes. day of King Alfonso's stay In Londan Bowl Trouble* el CMIdna+ fJtny : I,v."
,w i, i in. He leaves! here early tomorrow for 'J*&. Aids DlfwOo*' ': t !Ii\it;.
Helroae,Jane 10.-Mr. and :Mrs L.Ilaldwia t"
Spain. His mnjefts spent this morn .Re3ul.taM BewtlsStrsa tK ,1:t:;':,
left Thursday for a visit to I ing in witnessing a drill of the fire brigade .118 theCMM sad MAKES tI

Alters And other points in South Car I inspecting the National gallery (TEETHING pa\YDERS) TlrlrTHINa 'IrA.Y. .\ :':'1

.Una.At .0* iMf on,.mf, ,. fat 1B n4fvMv" of pictures and In seeing the &o loClc- Costs Only 25c at Druggists, or mail 25c te C.. J. S10FFETT, H.tt;St Isttis, Co. :,. '
the recent council meeting:; the It!! Vital' fed: Metllclnal al gardens; where he Joined other hotttt and ,lif Of
,. Food Proper- I Mothers Hotftato no lonaor, but save tho ; J il
tax collector was .instructed to closethe !! n .1 H'liipinip" \ '' QUldl t'allsf'd Color )'oulhtullsU r. In ft-edlng! the monkeys your child as thousands hJtvoot., by firing them powdtf*. '\\'i
books on July lat and sell all un .,.hl?Pr'.8 ofrroductthenR Ple Healthy and Sallow.( to th. with nuts and the! elephants with Z.CETHINA is easel given and quietly counteract and ov&r .' 1:"

paid property: .on the first Monday in the.? J.oband: ,! / Strength the I InvnllJr1 t".lbe \V...k. to biscuits. Subsequently the young: king Comets tho effects of the summer's. "fUlt upon tecth/ng&lStlfrett.. ,\i\\ \{;

August after advertising the tame for !U'(from"nllIlC'' 1th0 System t Rxhnustltiir t>lraea Windsor. A state ball at Duck talC' Ii'
thirty days. An ordinance for the In 8)'stt'm.
In XXS&iVWX"AThiiSrenT; '' ham palace tonight winds up the program t.r t.
protection of squirrel, in the to"ulimlta in [ POLKA*DOT-CAWS*] ,
the 1'bln. Peaked for King Alfonso's entertainment. t .ir; 1'1; .
a was also passed. A communication \r .
.v.1" ?""'"\1!,* "P on lh"r Little TKxllr -. hIndianapolls )
from the mayor was filed for 1'.,iraN. vink and White Klrah. and OIS ETIMETOl INT.
In letting hlr chki '
,t farther consideration.The f"'ClI)1' ond Dltnpu) m&kehMother. Wants Editors. ('''
first watermelons of the Heart Ulad. : ,... w .,.,, .... e f .
season St. Louis, June 10 Seven hundred hneettut .Mya.a.wtdHs.ar' .rdrr <
OZOKtTlSIOK ._.,*_ r.!. tVi +. atTvsSTtXaTi't"ileft -:;
came In Friday and found a ready Bale.tt I* an Antidote. for all z>i. ..*. Can.edbr>> members ot the National Editorial association at ta-**a*-*se.wes* *.,ej-a*a d stt4w* a. tee e a-s*4 f*W Ms*- Ms->t s>ssass. IsxsMss"SMS sssa sssf* 1 \.N
Miss 8..Ward of Rpo.nre: to Cola u 4 Wet.
; Barnesville. Ga is left h'rltin two special
To prove Its Medicinal Food Merits Above all. USE GOOD
anew guest at the Hoffman House for Quthrle Okia.. the convention '
Trial Bottle Free by Mall Th oil I liwcd all )UM purr tinorrd ii the "li Mrs P.M. Yearwood and family have Will\ be sent on request Writ by Utter city. An Invitation wit be extended lee d good pant for which' : there \I nu t..uco-.n.J: 1M are way CO get'!. the, i 1"\>!"
stone; to.spend the summer Mt. Airy Il'r postal card to to the association to meet next pure- utsh.UiucrJ oil it to buy the oil and 'f

Georgia' Ozomulsion Co..98 Pine St.,new York. year In Indianapolis All the delegates lit>lc4K "
1 All JJruggl t_Two .IserbOO. ana tt.08.
Miss Alice Barnett has arrived consulted thus far are Inclinedto !
u. _ _.u ________ ___ ItI ;0 N". 1
and the Hooaters
Jacksonville for a short visit. favor Indianapolis *
VALUABLE PROPERTY TRANSFER /. For **rt gait,* .f Kikxh Paint f.v one f dU0n ff tisane sA.,
In honor of Nora Mullin's thirteenth expect to win. Asbury Park la alao U Thu makes two (Mien*of1'6iru.ttiulr fur uw. You then know ihu the paint
birthday quite a party of children were a. c.ndldah."fttor the convention you're putting on rour houtc i. iliv; -.",," genuine xl it in I'." and poInt i* ace*
August Wenake Sells Building Lot and 300 of the (,wiiK unkts it contains 50 of really pure oil. We,11 "further cxpUtn the virtue
invited to celebrate the occasion on adjourns about delegateswill o< KJnlocb Film U you will nil end see w. '
Wednesday afternoon. The Farm to New Resident. make a trip to Texas and California.
was prettily decorated< with flower. There was s valuable real estate deal STERNBERGER & PHilLIPS. I II
in thin city Saturday when a desirable .
and lantern
flags Japanese and
table were displayed the many presents building: lot, 70x140, on Alachua avenue Supreme Court Refuses Writ. I

1 received. The time was pleasantly F.? was cold by August Wenaketo Anbany, N. Y.. June 10. Judge Ru- I

passed with games aiuj music Until David A. Albright of Terre Alta. W. Peckham. of the United States supreme

the delicious refreshments were U'. Va. Mr. Albright has come l"'r. court today declined to grant -- ..-...- - .... --P" . __..... .._ .. .. __...

served to which the guests did ample with his family to reside and expectso a writ of' error which would allow
build upon hi* new possession a nice the case of Mrs. Mary Rogers of
justice. ____ ___ _
home at once. Vermont now under sentence for the GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS.eaairattuantut ..

JOTTINGS FROM JUDSON I Wenakft also sold to Mr. Al- murder of her husband, to go to the i
fight. a five-aere tract In New Gainesville United States, court.
A'Picnic Crowd-Crops Doing Well. which the new owner expects to - I Pure Soda Whet all Flavors, Ginger Ale, Root and Birch Beer, Cider, Etc. '

Considering Drouth-Other Notes. engage in truck farming I (JAINI<:SVILI.F.. FLORIDA. y yI
Judson June 10.-Miss Lou Davis of The people of Galneiville will welcome CASTOR I

Jacksonville is home visiting her Mr. and Mrs. and II I Writ for pries.. CMCI .ntl bml.ue, not 11 Auld bat must M returned. ,
:For Infants and Children. __ ._ .. _
mother Mrs. E. E. Davis. interesting family, and trust that they

Rev. B. W. Sheffield and family and will be well pleased here. Too Kind Yea Hare Always BoughtBears .. . h_ .. .. .. .... . ._ .

Mrs. J. N. Wood and others of Judson ].b1:1111.nec1: 107tj

are attending the picnic today at Levy- Cuban Diarrhoea.U. the

ville. They anticipate a pleasant S. soldiers who served in Cuba SlgaatwreofBotk .

time. during the Spanish war know what .. LoF-D D TTON'&CO..k.

1 Mr. and Mrs.V.. II. Tucker ando his disease Is, and that ordinary rem. *!*_'.f <)...<|...

about fifteen or twenty other New. edien have little more effect than so "There are many Things you can't do

berry citizens are at Manette Springs, mach water. Cuban diarrhoea Is al- with money" said be man who affects

on the Suwannee river, this week, having most as severe and dangerous as a mild philosophy.Tee;. answered Dustln Stax, "but :s A :K EBB.Do" .
fishing and squirrel cholera. There Is
pleasant outing, attack of one reme-
there are a whole lot more thing yon I
banting. ed,. however, that eau always be de. can't.do without It."Washington Star. : .
Emory Kidd has gone to Tylerville pended upon as will be seen by the
....*.1!ba "'IM1aI.-; .be, and sU ror.Ur. aad Doeee\ BiekaseeTb ,5
s to work. following certificate from Mrs. Minnie O>. A4*..t.... a * ,;' laid their "I .lvs4 Ge f.TorkM. tna. atHKil.l t.e4ltt..fo .hits spiles...,.. oa Me
The farmers have -by corn scobs of UoostonTexast hereby OI'H'D-Tbla paper tells of a man whorecently ..MiMs potau! tao Unlt,4 at.t.*. ,
-crops, which are very promising although certify that Chamberlain's Coils Cholera ).: married his aunt Brown-

are needing rain very badly. and Diarrhoea Remedy cored my He's In Inck. Green-How sot BrownBeing ,

I :1'h. cotton crop Is as fine for the time husband of a severe attack of Cuban bis own nnrle now, he will be G.A.rN'"RJS"V.-CT"LBl.J: : FLOF.r-r1 A

of year as we ever saw. The farmersare llarrhoea, which he brought home able to wear bin watch -cularl-c'1n. ----.-.---. -.------- -"--- --"-- h-___.____n..n -- __---__._".___ 'n-" _.._.___ t
cinnati Enqulr.r.fettl.at. twP
talking of quitting raising cotton from Cuba. We had several doctors' LOW RATES 1KF

here as the prices are so unsatisfactory. but they did him no good. One bottle U.. algae.idrs .
of this remedy cored him, as our,
They are talking of raising the Daytona
Uouwlu.'t"lK'r-.Janlt. are
neighbors will testify. I thank God' .
cantaloupes and watermelons, provided for so valuable a medl,lne." For sale eggs boiling Jane {late of Boston Via Louisville & Nashville

they can get the Jacksonville A by all druggists. Most assuredly Dot madam. I may
Southwestern Railway the Cummer safely say, bowsrer, that the water Is Ral1rowl. m I

Lumber Company to pot in a branch OPENING' OF CAMPAIGN. In which they are Immersed.-PaUadelphla V Beach
The following low roundtrlp rates
railroad from Tyler or Trenton. Mr. Press.Confederate s s
from Jacksonville to various' points
Bteekert of the Cummer Company says Temperance Forces at Long Bridge q
Had a Fine leathering. Veterami Reunion, Louis North and \V.st will be la easel on -- -- -
his will pat in a branch road
company villa, Ky.. June 14th to lath I9OS. dates shown. 'Proportionately low rates
mad carry off our watermelon and can Tb. temperance people of Bradford
The Auntie Coast Line will sell from from other polnt.lLOUISVILLE The "Kinnici"Will
,taloupes. county opened their campaign at bong,
Bridge Friday with a big picnic and all coupon station June 12tb. IBtb, !:. Ky-lta'.11 40.a*.

Tax on Bablss. speaking and jodglnlog from the reports -:. 14th ani loth, tickets to Louisville at coant United Confederate Veterans' accesaatedaU parties far light 1

Extreme hot w.atber is a great tax of those who were there. ,.. It was rate of one cent per mile traveled Reunion, June 12-13 'Inclusive, with final b.4sck..Blag er beard with.. raw

upon the digestive power of babies. one of the most largely attended and plus '..DtJ.ft.. cents, tickets limited! limit JulIO.ronTLAtfD/ Par.rates apply to 14

When puny and f.eblethey should be most successful public m.dIDII'.nr June 19tbrsttirnlng. 'Tickets can be ,ORKUON-'R.t. 10.80, C. A. KBNNBY, Qoo few doses of White's Cream extended until July 10th by deposit
given a
held in that county. account Lewis & Clark 0.nt.nnlalFalr, ..
Vermifuge, the children's tonic. hwm.lmal.t. There were many speakers of proml. ticket with joint a.el1.Dd payment of Tickets sold certain dates May'to to T.T.TTT-E; TT.I-T. -
and facilitate the digestion at time of For ;
from various sections of the fifty cents deposit.
nene. 8.pl. 38,with tIDal limit 00 dl".. iI
of their food so that they soon full Information write F. C. Iloyls-
of whom .
State, the arguments werelistened HAN FUANOIUCO and LOB ANOB.LK9. ,
beeome Sold by W.strong M. Johnson.healthy and active. to with deep late.t.I' too. District rsaeager Agent. Jsekaonvllle OAL.-Rate $S1.1!<). TUksts sold mss n. NORTON
Among the people of Gainesville who Fla. $ T. O. White, Division e_rtala. dates April 10 to August 14,In. : I

One of the .. .. I' attended this meeting was Tax Assessor Passenger Agent Tampa Fla.s W. II. elusly.i| float return limit tw days from
Colson. Leahy. Division. Pas.eosrsr AI""'. Savannah date of sale, not ui esesed 1'.Y.80.
Tb. Gainesville Daily Sun i. one of W. W. Oa. ; W. J,. Craig. General DENVER, COLO.-Rate "H3M ae- NOTIONSAND

the best papers In .the State. It is That Tired Feeling.If Passenger Ag..at. Wllmlngtoa M. C. mount lateraatlooal Epsrorth League

newsy, well printed and is doing a Coaventloa. Tlekets sold June 39 'alalIO.lnolu.I
great work for that section of the you are languid depressed, I neap- ,.} Anal return limit

State. The Son should receive the able for work It Indleatee that your August 0.

patronage of every business man there, liver Is out of order flerblae will as* FOLEY'SBoEYIIITAR tlUFFALO. N. Y.-list* 183 SO. a*. NOVELTIES.gamsssr .

It .. credit to the to'D.-oran&e'' list nature to throw off headaches, count<< Annual Meeting Grand Lodge
as a
rheumatism and ailments akla to ..r- B. I. O. E. TUksts sold July S to U, taMlta
Ooonty Reporter. Inclusive. anal return "July 20.
such vousoees and restore energies
The Boa always appreciates vitality of eoaod nag perfect health. TORONTO CANADA-Rat. $..2>. J. A. A11MON8XUCHUA 4r
kindly notion, and when they emanatef aecovat International Epworta League
Texas writes
Hobbard. ,
rom .aeb a thorough newspaper man J. J. Coaventloa. Ttcksts sold June 12 to i

as the editor of The Reporter, they are "I have need llerbiae for the peat two rn.Kici.Marounra 23. ln.lulve' ( final .return limit Aug. ._ _. .
tears. It hat don. me more good than ul 25. ------- -'- -" --

Indeed very' gratifying. all the ever doctors.made It for ls eallUaod the beet fever uedUeine ," LlDTIIE .... n...,. NA8IIVILLB, TKNN.-Rale tl 1' 29, COIJNII:

will Cure Consumption. 60o. Hold by W. M. Johoeoa. a *o< Tub. .illtl-lass' nool. Vaadsrbm BiblKal. Isttltoa.hkets .
A. 'A. Hernia I'lacsii. Ark., writes t Jane Abashes aooaly Is IOIJ,400a.,. la
motaer sold swrtala datee 11 to
.Ig TAA n .
""0" /' floss and Tar is the best Came Out for flaal. limit $0.1CXOXViLLL area, baa 241 ashes 90Oni
July 4 e.ptemb.r rauroedds
for meeting of the Putnam aoaa* aT............ 111efttes nb-::1:1.: 1 >ee wagoa rod $ : ., a
preparation aoagba. and longtroabte. At the
TE>tlf-RN I1M8 Tf
124 acaools
Palatka last Pr- +F btl1o pablM paosaaat
ti IkaowtballtbaaevredeoB- ty eommiaeiooers held In aeeoaat Sosamer fleaool of.she 0o ,.. ......., 90 Mw Mil,., |7I/ 0 swart
? .MBpUoa la ta* first Stags." Too week, the followiag was adopted by i OMSNsb. Vtiha.s. Tkkets sold ..rta''. date Jaae It to baoaa, ate .....,... and prodaaaa .

ever beard of anyone e tog FoUy's that body I Far ..... ay J..W.. sCafisn<.k Ca.FATOKITE July ).It .la..laslve | lam. retara blasts" aora, _1.01I. tWo, sugar,

Hass sad Tar sad sat bsleg ssUaf.d.J. M0e it revolved by the Board ofCommisekm.n . .pa.al bev 110.'BRISTOL oau. rye, aoiatos *. piiusappls.or.
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W.M.Oollam A ()o. of Tataam eoaaty U.U8""IU. TE."_ aae HtW. a.. sages .*..k.., ,.ant plans, pee
soul Aaaoal MeatiagGvrraaa BasnUtBrethrea. ...., tad all blade of vegetable*.
of this board Sisal
1 + that It U the Mate
y E. N. WATEHS tfcs new University' sfcoald be located RQTORT.Alschua flaal TleseM.retana sold Unit May Jane 29 to SO.fllaeloslvet Cantle the( County Seal

.. the sill of Oaia, .**IU., aad we urge For fall .lafomatla. eaaadolea sad ,,

FltMTMsL' open UM Board of Control the earsfeloaatderauoa raua ..say poUt Tents mad We.s all Ifaa fortia.bor.M., two pebble'
,' of the advantage* .. a Pool Parlors .a *r writ OXO. ..HEBBIXO. ""* ..Mbools the Cast Florida Bemlnaryprivate .
Y PAPER ..lnnlll109n skit eity bee t* effer Ida ........., Agent U .* If, .. E., ...&00.. tare* ....'papen.
-; HANGER :305 west Ba'.I..,. ;'1s..1'1a. Ualted "..... lad ..... she bees

; If 0N Baby .* Cvntng' Taps C. Barsa, .. .....-w.. .- .; .,. .-. "- ,. --- ...... Or* alarm system el..,,..
mad ga. lights, two toe fJMtoviea.auMbla ,
HMM PltisfHO B...v..aad ... teal old mast w.Uuted AT ST. sbop. three w od faetoriee. d

BOG Of ft lM v... ,. Mrs. WleW. ffoot. .sw4$*....,two ear ,..te rls..
... for ..U4,.. Netltls.Is tare* ..u,.....a..'.fIU....'SMMMafattartag
.rwws ..... tlsraaIa.svt&; fta.ttae tag *. settee. u... .... Locate to 1M IWter Bloat aootaatd Large,tool f uraMUd loses.at Oeaaa ......&..). e.* fiber a
.,. ttaeWa Sb..hud.. snare. Three ff.awiaas tabl.. View. u..... F-aa batlu .JUcal SM-M*. ....,....,.,, ... revtt/ytag tar
sibyls an. pate."... wiad aelta aad laUe 0.-. Ugkta.aasl aaad. aoorte a. kep4g rrivlleg. .ales fl to If ae* ..ata. ,..... two..._.meet well u
.hall ) ., F.... ... Wall. ** beat lasuedf tor OUrrboea Ts --. .....s-.. TlMfMteitalaaavdJany .Invitednd week, ads r.**B. Meals saay bo bad .....U4 .torso.asbaa.lag every* L
..s* at loves >....... te tfc* Ma*.., ............ .,..,..st..a..1\. \, ast t_. ......P1AN. jry.p, '."c" $M ataawnlal" fia*. ;

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Buffi ? Man Die' ,, of Yellow Fever. M BB HBHBIBBHHHIp| MIBslflRBRIKBaHil>HsVi a B a H H* M .
A New York. June 10.: -Frank OTLeary.

PARTS OF FLORIDA giilESt1ERE AU ELSE FAWSPECIAL hospital of Buffalo on, Swinburne died at the island government today of U. C. V. ReunionLOUISVILLE

gist Couvb SYnza Tura Ccod; yellow fever t He was taken III on
u.a la tune. IIoI4 by
.I drveelaur board the steamer Segnranca while

Brit Happenings From Various enrout from Colon to this 'city and KY.

was transferred to the hospital upon ,
Sections of State.
the steamer's 'arrival. At that time VERY LOW RATES VIA;
the case was regarded only as suspicion
v THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS RATE TO BUFFALO. and be was held for observation SOUTHERN RY.:

Via Seaboard Air Line Account Session but the doctors the following day
I Y Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers." of B. P. O. E. diagnosed the case as of well defined

"Boiled Down" to Suit the :yellow fever. The Geguranca brought TO LoUISTILLEand
Things Air GA.UESVILLE $ | 7 80
The Seaboard Line Railway has | 8 0 .
nearly ICO $ Return7. -
of whom
passengers many -
;, Busy Reader-Item* of Interest to been designated by the Florida Elks'
had resigned their positions on the Tickets will b. sold
All Classes. Association as their official roote from Proportionate low rates from other plntl.
Panama canal until
because of the health Jane 19. Cia be extended July
'r Rollins College: hat conferred the degree Florida to the Grand Lodge Session at conditions on the Isthmus. Jane 10. 19$;by'depositing 12 13 with ticket final; limit at Louisville and paying fee of 60 cents.
ioffalo. It is the desire to operate a
of Doctor of Divinity on Dr. Florida Veterans and
I Florida Elks' special train to leave &uccer to General I ROUtCe
Byron F. Marsh of Dajtona. Boynton. The OfflCial "1nd.wmlene.T.ck-
'Tampa at 8 p. m. July 8ih, and Jacksonville ghee
Washington June 10.-Secretary Cars ,
!, A farmer near Palatka brought a sooville in special throa Sleeping aLen.ID'- '
at 9 a. m. July 8th. The train Taft has appointed General Sara A. Atlanta, Chattanooga and ? ; arriveLootsvllle'gs ;I
7-45 Jane 12, via
i stalk of corn to The News office that m. .
to consist of dining, baggage car !and Carman as chairman of the Chlcka- 10 Jnne 13. For particulars, reservations, et.c.,ap.ply
was 11 feet and 8 inches tall. drawing room Pullman sleepers mauca Military association to succeed Passenfter,; (fftlce. 108 West Bay Street. J. O. LUSK,.D. P. A., Jtek.sonviue. :.

t A negro Is under arrest at Peniscola through to Buffalo without change. the late General H. V. Doynton. General Fla.

4 who is suspected of having murdered The route of travel will be via Seaboard Carman wat colonel of a New '

Travis Johnson last December. to Richmond passing through Jersey regiment during the civil war ,

The colored Odd Fellows have been Savannah, Columbia, Camden and and was breveted a brigadier general.

holding a State meeting at Tampa this Raleigh ; R. F. & P. to Washington: .for many years he was associatedwith SEA.3 0 ..AR: PAir

week. The order Is very strong in this and Pena. R. R. Washington to Buffalo. General BoYDto'OIL the park :

State Only seventy-five passengers are commission.! From his sick bed General

At a recent meeting of the Bumter required to secure this special train Boynton wrote to Secretary Taft Line Railway

county commissioners eleven men service. requesting that General Carman be

"t were licensed to carry both a rifle and4qf Round'trlp rates to Buffalo and return named as his successor. i I

pistol. from Gainesville $34.95. . FOR . .
Miami and Cures Old I Sores.
The Monticello News Is patting in Passengers from Key
West will at Jacksonville Westmoreland, Kans., May 5 1902.
repurchase ,
good work trying to boom that section, Savannah Camden 'Southern
Through Pullman sleepers for Buffalo Ballard Snow Liniment Co. s Your Columbia, ,
i which Is one of the most delightful in ,
Florida. I will po.lthelllean Tampa at 8 Snow Liniment cured an old sore on %

I p. m. July 8th and Jacksonville 9 a, the side of my chin that. was supposedto Richmond Washington .
The Home for the Aged at Jackson Pines Raleigh -
m., July 9th for the Elk. and their be a cancer. The sore was stubborn ,
vllle has been formally opened for the
friends Secure your I'ullman sleeping and would not yield to treatment, until 0
; .reception of Inmates It is a noble In. car space now. I tried Snow Liniment, which did Baltimore, Phila-

stitutlon.DeLand. Tickets oo sale at rates named for the work In short order. My sister ,

has got tired of living on a all trains July 8th, 9th and 10th, but Mrs. Sophia J. Carson, Allensville,

"spar" and wants the main line of the In order to reach Buffalo for the open. Mifiln Co., Pa has a sore and mistrusts delphia, New York

{'r Atlantic Coast Line to run through Ing session ask for sleeping car reservation that it is a cancer. Please send .
that place on the Florida Elks' Special.A her a 50o bottle Sold by W. M. John.

a' The Eustls Telephone Company has day in Washington sightseeingand son -- -, -

: extended Its line to Grand Island, and visiting the government buildings Favor State Organization. Three Elegant Trains Daily.

will In the near future extend its has been arranged. Savannah, Ga., June 10.--T
line to Mount Dora Stop-overs of ten days, within final chamber of commerce will probably

m The Arcadia Baptist Orphanage has limit on all extended tickets, has been give Its Indorsement to the Idea Seaboard Florida Limited.

thirty.two Infants to look after, and arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia emanating from the Atlanta chamber

this noble Institution will do the same Baltimore and Washington.A of commerce for a. state organisationof Seaboard F

with the utmost care. trip to New York can bet taken inconveniently commercial bodies. The secretary Express.
i of the Atlanta body, W. O. Cooper.
on side-trip rates of $ .
The rock road being built at Stuart
"tl Dads county will be the best of its Philadelphia to New York aud return, has submitted the suggestion to Secretary Seaboard Mail. .
Donlan, of the Savannah body,
kind In the State. That Is the kind of good six days. .
The will\ and It Is expected that at aa early
Florida delegation be
"good roads" ,talk to hear personally meeting of the chamber favorable ao.I .
conducted James F.
by Taylor
Mayor Bliss of Fensaoola will no I Uon will be taken.Stimulation . t
traveling passenger agent of the Seaboard MODERN PULLMAN
i ,1 doubt prove a good man for that pro.1Ire.II..oltJ. EQUIPMENT
Tampa, Fla.
L' He is In full charge now Without Irritation.In .
For sleeper reservations or other Information The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibuled train composed -
and the city Is having blissful I time. write S. O. Boylston, Jr., case of stomach and liver trouble exclusively) of new' Pullman equipment-Dining Car Double Drawing- "

+ DeFonlak Springs Is discussing thed' A. O. MjioDonell, the proper! treatment Is stimulate Room Sleepers. Stateroom and Observation Cars-operating between St. An-
agent or
passenger ; New' York I Bt.
gostlne and Jacksonville to Washington, leaving Augustine
question of bonding for the these without Irrststlnn them.
purpose assistant general. organs
passenger agent, 12:10 p. m. and Jacksonville 1:20 daily except Sundays
of erecting a new school building, Jacksonville Fla.Dying. Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion .

which The Herald says they must have. ._- .-. --- and stimulates the liver and bowels .
of Famine without Irritating these organs like Only Line OperatingDaily
Six thousand acres of Sumter county
_ Is (jIts torments, like dying of Fills. or ordinary cathartics. It does Nei'
land. bring $41,000at master's sale consumption not nauseate or gripe and is mild and Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to Orleans
W. W. Cummer A Sous of Jackson The progress of consumption pleasant to take. J. W. McCollum A:

ti vllle wire the purchasers and I It is from -'the beginning to the very Company.
end, Is a long torture, both to victim For Information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard or
mostly timber land. .. .. -.. ..-- write A. o. MACDONELL. s. o. BOYLBTON. ja.
g Chariey Seef and Joe Qulgley' two and rrl udl. "When I had consumption Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent..
lireen Cove Intoa In its first stage," writesVm.. My
Springs hopefuls, got JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
ers of Cearfoi, Md.. "after trying different
row, when Seef drew a knife and 5llJ . .
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N slashed Quigley In trae Western style. medicines and a good doctor in
vain I at last took Dr. King's New Diseovery .
i The wound was quite serious CLYDE' LINE
which quickly and perfectly r
fit I'ierson, Volusiaeounty,besides shipping
cured me." Prompt relief and sure
;; fruit and vegetables to the North a5uiwfflUTroIcE
cure fur coughs, colds, sore throat
is shipping magnolias, palm fans and ..
4 ,other church decorations. There is no bronchitis etc. Positively prevents Because they arc the best
uiminiaGuaranteed ..1dru\
l>iit> at
telling what Florida will ship next tores.. Price fire and $1 a bnilltt. Trial in the land for the money !

John. Scott, a laytona negro, was bottle free.British.
omjnltted to the criminal court at !>... Ask you lealer for the
I Land, charged with stealing a watch Minister Sees Sultan. "Sunny Jim" Shoe and in.
the .Kt<., \Vf'ln,>.".)'. June .--Orsrd A.
from another H shot In sist it.MAXKRAUSS
1;. negro *> was on getting .
l,>wllier\ the' Hi Utah luluUter of Morocco
the the of the watch ln.
by owner
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audienceof -- - -
fete getting away with it, hAd an hour's private -1--
tho miUsu toUajr and the preseut sit- TRJ-'W"EEKL"Y': S.A.ILJN"GS: :
J.C. Uoblnnon the big ,peach growerat ,
ualluu .a* fully 'Ihrvshed. Tho cordiality BETWEL"lJacksonville 3
1h Seville, hs. a large fore.. of hands at
of the shvrlflan ruler noticeably Representing!: and New York
work getting to market a $10.000 crop differed from his attitude at the official Calling at CHARLESTON. S. C., both ways
_ "' of this fruit His first four cars, sent reception of the tiritlnh minister.It E. A. WEIL & co. :rr
r to market last week, gave him $::,AOif ) I. still hope her that an agreement 1 The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service

w o. b,-Volusla' County Kecord. will b. reached directly between WHOLESALE SHOES Clyde New England and Southern LinesDirect

An Alachua man claims that they Uvrtnatty and Kranre as otherwise along

have lind tiger*" with four eyes ore diplomatic struggle disadvantage Or All le cripUeas.Sole Service Between JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON and

la his section. It would b. a gtxvl idea to all U foreseen.Crtst PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling) at Charleston both ways. ti
to find an officer with six eyrs-Lake

Itutler Atari Some people, claim of Rlvsr Flood Pssssd. Agents fur SO AUCII and SOTER.E1114 aEM.I- ..wEBL: S.A.ILIN'GS .'

J everything until after the Count Grand Rapids l Mtcfa.. June .-The South bound. . .From Lewie- Wharf. Baston

The Key West InteMtaean recently crest: of the ro4) river flood haspassed qi'ALITT Shoes. Every Northbound.. .. . . . _..... From Foot of Catherine St., Jacksonville 1

charged that the city was selling\ protection and although the river r,>- pair warranted .;'

to hot I to games for a .man.um, isialus practically. stationary, a scarcely Clyde St. Johns River Line Wv

The oounolt demanded that the paper perceptible fall is reported liy* the J. Uinme Agent 'v t

retract what It said. The paper refused weather bureau. The dyke at the -..- -.... -. I T3estwoen TACKa.pAIV/LL.C WtlclStopping yAfeNUl D *> fF to retract and even said more north end mill holds. Hundreds of at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Be res ford (IX "Und). and Intermedia . ;.
Landings on St. Johns River. *,
An effort will be made to make TheInterOcean residences are surrounded which were The FloridaFruit '
prove her assertions. tilth and dry yesterday. The prospect Steamer "CITY JACKSONVILLE" ':,

Senator .". J. Faulkner, ExKepretentative 1* that the flood area will\ extend and Truck Grower Is appointed to sail as follows: Leave JACKSONVILLE Sundays. Tuesdays \
greatly today pea with the river re and
John R. Kelly and associates p. m. Returning, |leave SANFORD Mondays
ceding. Wednesdays and Fridays 9:90: a. m.
have bought a controlling' Interest it U J. mU'JlR:4lter: a" rr.-r,
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. a the Cuisine Bulk of I'erry. In a.. Acute Rheumatism (HUH, FLA $O1ubva'..... eowa. 8C11KDULK gs r.........

1, curing the stock 106 to 110 was paid. LeaveS: Opm. ....... ... .. . Jacksonville . .. ..... ...Arri..2OOam
the last seventeen aha.. eosling 1811 1 l>eep tearing' or wrenching pains, occasioned One Tear': ..... ._.... .. .tl.09 l:4 pm . .. ..... ... . . Palatka.Leave 8:00pm I t
.per share. No announcement has yebeen by getting wet through worse SOOam. . .. . .. . . . Astor satopm
made as to change of management. when at rest first moving the Slagle. rpie . 10 sam. . . ....... . ?,. Francis. 34Qpm
; or on I . . . ... .. . .n..f (DLan4).. lOQpm
llintM, and in cold or damp weather, is .__ ._ ArnveRJOam. . . . . . . ,. Sanford ... . . . . . . 8:80 acct
No Secret About It. cured quickly by Cat lard's Snow Lini 100 urn. .. EI. raw... .. . . r
: _. _" '.:'.. .:.::_ ::_:.::, .: _10:00 gar
__ tt Is no secret that for euts, humsaloers. anent Oscar Oleson Gibson City 111., A handsomely illustrated magaslae GENERAL PA88. ANT TICKET OFFICE W. BAY ST..JACTCBONYTLLK
devoted the iaterweta of .
< especially to
r feversoraaor.eyesboils..te. writes Feb. .le. 1m. "A year ago I .r. -
the trait and vegetable growers of I lit.taot osaxRJL.A0....P.c Ali, ID w..s list.t..Ie.e"-e9. .a.
nothing U so effective as. Bucklen's Arnlca was troubled with a pain la my back.: I Florida.A w o.N.rU.Jr rt..was ..se. Co P. LOL....tetta.......'" 'r
? rDC H.-.. ....
Jaekene.me. n.
; Balv. didn't take long to It soon got W bad I eouki not A.<:\ UAQErTYO.n.tt..t.t'w..ass.,rew' urt. a
.oar.. a bad sore I had. and It i i.Sill O. K. over. One bottle of B UaPd'. Hnow A special" trial' subscription of six TUW. U. 1.dE&)1.: CLVDEMfJ..rtO.arye.. P. OLYDt A ;t.R.wy..Y A CO .
for sore eyes." write D. L. Gregory of liniment cored me," gold by W. )''i. I months will be seat oa receipt of 21 General .........". G.D.ra1 .

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Duel Between ahal Ends Doctor Fatafly.Columbus. and Town. Mar. Ml- .'11''.'Trnolnu and 1...?,< rimy.:'|....!..?... I. I I DR.- DsVEUE B. MORRIS\ --- -, Gainesville & Gulf Railway Compaq.1

Ga. June 10.-Dr. Jno. C. "1 ue\-r tlt'Wplt'tl| the shorlo. Time Table in effect April 9. IW0 -C &"

Hardy. aged about 35 years a well Ilolmes, bu..lu'ss. but cure," said . .DENTIST. . "=-_ .._ __ -' ,____ ___ _h___ __.____

known physician of Chipley. Ga.. was HI..tlll', -and althouu 1 run down the I IDlt.117

shot to death there In the stoic of S. person: I was after the (iviults. were hot No. 4. No. S. No. 1. No. I IJI&1ll ( '

A. Goodman mayor of the town by at all plt>luluut. Ouc moriiiu:: 1 missed Office over Marcus EndI, inion T> 3 rlntf Exc' Daily Daily. ktTAT1ONt4. DIill,. jpptl"\ IO I 0' ro1; 1
;e seurfplu a single Sunday a a ,8,itzTevAMLvPMII.AM' a
Olin White the marshal of Chip! >> in-.irl. worUi about --- -

Early In the morning Dr.tUrdj pu'!). $tious:>(). I valtuil it more for Its nisocia- J.A.. CARLISLE Y t

licly horsewhipped in front of the 1v.! thou uluio .iu.Mluu oNe 1 had. Ar'Pli
I decided to say' uothiin; about It to ATTORNEY AT LAW !!Ar. P MIAr PM

try stables at Chipley an old whirs wife because; thin ". ,.f that mv aiupset : 45 :2 1 . ..........I"alrft.ld...... . ......... . 120 810
man who had offended him. .\ casenas vuys her ;: sort And Solicitor in Equity .7 n5 2! 3.\ j,1. . . .. . . . 07 Co 00 t

made ,against him. At noon Or I Mi inspect th.It'rv: 800 :2! 4i . . . . . . .. . Irvine..1 00 016 ,
I nuist mid d a's not h ',.it.ite 10 let them 806 265 . . . .. b6b0 f'ro
Hardy walked in Good Real and General : L. : ; . : t
man Estate Convejsncing
his s stoiepulled I I fee it .Vdvertisau a toward: brought 1'ractiee. All business H 10 a 0.) j. . . . ..._..... hTlokman . ............ . .. .. .12. tin II 46 I
out pistol and asked:, the uo re-ult One mornum uearly two attended to. Office next door promptly to Sun 8 16 S 10 I' . ...... ......... Lake BID\ontoD .. . ...., 1:1: 46 6 40 f lY'
mayor how much he was going to fine )'{>/lrIlIlCtcl' the pin w.n i.mt I saw it In office. UAI.NEHVIILK: FLORIDA. H SO .1:1: so :. . .. . '. .. . l\U.nofty . . . . .. .. .. 1280 680 "

y, him. the window of u p.mtishop out three . tI 8.1 3 to : . . . ... .. . . .1.\oom". . .......... .. . 1220 6:0 ,4
In the conversation he ('al'fd the block from my home 1 r.lIt'tbe -- ---- 8 45 I 3 4.S I. . . . . . . . Kirkwood. . . . . .. .... .1:118: 611)
mayor a liar. Marshal White captain of the (police JTERDINAND BAYER, 8 GO I S !l\\5 . . . .. . . . 0 I 'At t. .. . . . . . .... 1:1: 10 610
wa.n I 'r..jn..t and Induced 908 4 15 I". . . .1. .. . . \Val'ah\Ct.a. . . . . . .. .1210 4 55
the store and when he started 10 interfere him to scud one of Ms ward men with ATTORNEY LAW $15 441.) I I. . . . . . . . .R\C'1c1 Point. . . . . ,1145 44'
Ivr Hardy began shooting |Hol th me to the pa'nl h..p.llttt'N were GAIMCKVIILB FLORID 94\Ar 6 Oil . . . . t 1:180: tlO a
. . .(.ntntwvitle.\ . . .
h he and the marshal fired three shots. soon eii.iluod: | | I was able to prove 11 00 L. IS 15 Lv' 6 8t.) t. ( 9'Rl In IOAr 800( '

When the smoke cleared Dr. llanlv m.\ ouorilp! of the, pin., The pawnbroker --- 11 sa e .0 6 63 ;: . .. . . .liellamy.>I . . . .i R M .. It to 830

'was dead having 'been consulted his: book*. Can sell your city property, (improved 1200 I 16b1 706 , . ........ Cyril. . . ; M40 It 80 1 WIt
shot through "Th:it pin." ho. said "\Vli:4: brought and unimproved) phosphate it f 7 OS 7 12 1.......... . .llrnltsm. . . . . R 82 sa 22 18C
the body. and through the head his bore bA. wnm.m who trucking and farming lands. Bend hima 12 40 i 7 13 Ar 7 :lR .MAtnptou' City . .I..S 20 sa 10 110 t
brains spattering the floor regularly pawns list of what you offer for sale. 2U2n. . .. . .1 9 O 10 tIO . lalatka H. B. .t 6 1)0 I' e 00 a..... ..

Mayor Goodman had been shot tiling. hoio on i'MiimUsion.. It Is. a bus!incas -.--- -..- . . .. 'I t ....... ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... . ... ." '.
through the left arm aud the ihe ":imo at .hopping! ou vommlsbluu . .. .. 848 8 46 ..Lttk. City. (I. 8. A F. . 1 t\4 I' 742' ... ..

lione Miinv. poisons, cxpoclullyom- W.E.. BAKER . .. . . . . S i 10 P ......T..lI.b.-. A.I.I . . 14M 1)1. . . . ....
shattered near the wrist and Marshal t'n. who tluollt ueci-ssary to raise a little ... .. .1.11 f6 ',I11 00 a ......V.Uoeta, H. s. a: 11'.110\ p 161'0 ..I.,. ...

I White' was uninjured although tot tnniio.in. a hurry, tire utrald to go ATTORNEY-AT.LA" : . .......I i a a 7 es: P .. ..Ma aO.R. A . . . 3') .1240\ .. . ..

bullet had passed through his rlothln! In poison" in the pawnshop. . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY . . . . r ........Atlanta. C. or Oa..1 7 ro a gOO.r ... .

k Dr. Hardy leaves a widow and two 'Ib'!( gave mo the njimand addressof \ PMAt AMI\r, PM I LvAMILvP6t I . ... ,

or three children. the woui.in who pawned my (pin, audI
I louUcd her up '1 don't want to make! GAINESVILLE. Alaohua Co.. FL> Trains 3 and 4 do not run between n.lnt8nlll. and .lrlt.ld on llt1da,. ,

OBESITY A DISEASE. any trouble for >ou.' I mild 'but that Clues! in Emlel .Block 14. E. DARKER;: He.ner.1 !iuJworint..l1Il..nt.J. f r'
pin was Molon Just take me to the F. Ii1L1. AIe..n& J. U. WATKINS. ()enerel, Aleetl'

Vlcroroo* ..ur... For Hi Unmoral pop-on who gave It to you to pawn, -.-. - -.-. - .. -.....
Should IlkTn.rn.. and) ).1'11. not bo the ltJ"'r:111' ,' JR. ,
": i-oinplloil I willingly. She said Take The
At middle age teit.ilu orjrim; la+e Atlantic Coast LineFOR
She was sent for by woman who.had
functional activity II lit 1 sin Ink :nudwaste DKNTI8T.
away, demanding If sa blood un.l read! her ad\ertincmeut and was ghen ALL EARTHLY. POINTS
the pin to pawn Iu the usual course of
nerve energy. This dtt'rmsiM uwd for
butAu'ss.he, got $:'JO for It, and after VI. VI. Yla Via
nutrition. tr not heeded.lll insult Iu Over Dution A COY Bank O.Ire.vn'e
lIt..ll1..lu. her commission bad paid the DtaIOOD' H t DIIt'Oo' S th r. A 0. W }t trolwaor
North k
can taking be Into oxidized the )body and more used food rlUicr tli iu to money aver to her customer and given J.OIU'DrlU.or as JaeftltIe or out a.blp IJ.e es J Mont.oraereRapid ..k'vtne awl

her the ticket. She went to the pawnshop
build up tissue or for the gencrutinu t M
ucaroMt the house to save time. GORDON & TISON. '
heat and energy Tht result l b< Ui.l DR Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Not until we were at my own doorstepdid
treys, liver and other excretory': organs> Tim Table IBOfi. tfi
I realize: where the woman was DENTIST. in effect AIrIlIG.
are overworked In the effort/ to remote
taking me. Depart For OAINKHVILLK Arrive From '
the body wastes and become diseased.Mys -..
--- --7-
Do you mean to say that you got : R.6.(1)pm .
a writer In the Housekeeper' Thou : 8pnnl'
l IIIlh andlnt.r BBOawUMly
nature stores this foul material, Iu the pill in this h use? I Inquired. Offlaa (In Miller LAW E>cb.nne. iI -1
up 'Certainly. she replied. '.Ita.. ) I mediate ruin" I Daily
the form of fat In all the lymph nimces.' ... ... 1
> to tall with red OAI MVILJ Fl.
jtl\ {11 me by a woman Oc l.IAe.bu-'d;
between the fibers of the muscles titid \ 1211rt pm Tampa, and 34o p..
Kilr If she still lives here I should I I
In every other odd corner In the body -- Daily Intermediate Polnaa Daily
know her In a minute.:
where it be stowed Jn llm WEST 11Upiu
s can away. "Hint will do," I said. 'Here I Is $3 TilE END 2:00pm: Palatka' Jacksonville.
this useless. of fut
lifeless stnKfure I I
M1 for your trouble. I shall be obliged by Dally North East sad W.., Dally '
crowds out muscle gland Dud other FINE WINES. LIQUORS A; CIOARW! ., ..
jour not mentioning this Incident to -- -
6 normal tissues and takes their pine' anj'body' JOHN UBNZIRS. Proprietor 12K::6 pm IIltcb t1prllllt8. Waycross. Bavannah Brunswick 1115 pm

This is what Is known us fatty dwu-!: ""b.' woman she hud described was nit-UI W. air ....Jsek.orWs. n.. Daily I Albsny. Atlaata. an Polnte North, Xu West Dally
eratlon and always shorten life c-u-l- _ __ : _
ny ,,'ICe.Veo bad a bad quarter of an
Ing often Iu sudden death from bcuitfailure Faust beer bottle and draoght. Don't 9tbbam ,
lour She bad pawned the pin to getnnney 8tl5p mURlly
t apoplexy, diabetes or kidneydisorders. for a rascalllou! of a brother fall to call on me when In Jacksonville I koahelle. lUc.nupJ aDd CI'ra I Dally

who had shut fled to (".llllda. He stole __ u_ .. _. ___ .

elation The prevention of diet, 'especially of obesity In means middle, res life: th.MHMI ticket unable from to It'liit her and before bad he evidently skipped. IF YOU LOVE YOUR -;;Wam- -- - -. 718-

and when hanging from an active out Daily L-- high Springs .1- '
And the poor woman bad been living In Qf41.7

of door occupation to a sedentary l Indoor nenial torture for mouths because she WIFE DONTROAST .iMoaday_ ___ _ ,_ _.__ __ U
life. Ufteu the umouut of food wax afraid to tell me. That experience ;, ; mUse of among the
from .fourth to Interchangeable Mileage good over ll.OOU prln*
should be cut down one
cured me of n hankering for the detective Ipal rallwaysln the Southern Mates, are on sal. by the prlD.lpal..aa..
one-half especially avoiding fats ,and hu.hll"K..W York Times.A HER : Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to Mew York, via Atlantis Ooaal ,,
sweets also soft foods! which.tend to Line 3 also via Atlantle Coast Line and bouthern Railway.For '

gormandizing from deficient" mastlea- Thousand Dollars Worth of Good."I . By compelling her to bake the family complete Information call on

Uon, and too busty eating So "'Iut". have been afflicted. with kidneyand bread during the hot summer months. J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent CJalaeavllle.
beer or alcoholic drink or tea or

should be nsed. At meals eveu the m't bladder trouble for years, passing Boy your Bread from FRANK Addreaai O. BOYIJ3TON* m.. Pa... Agt.. W. D. 8TAR,Tr... Pass, AgM *. )'y

of water should be restricted Eer gravel or stones with excruciating I \ W. Bay st.. Astor llnlldlnff, Jaeksonvllle..

due should be taken In the open air pain" says A. II. Thorne., a well ..Keystone Bakery... II. EMERSON. Traf. Mgr., W. J CRAIG, Oen. Pass. A|'? M(

and deep breathing prattlced to Iucrease'the known coal operator of Buffalo O. "I Il's a saving of time, work and money. I Wilmington N. O. Wllmlagton O.soufHERN L

\' Intake of oxygen and bum Sot no relief from medicine. until I began Freak Bread Delivered DallyTo I -... ." '"
up and oxidlxe bodily toxic matter. I I taking Foley's Kidney Core ; then
all parts of the city Also Cakes,
For those women who are o\(>rlltout. the result was sorprlsing. A few dONe Pies and very other production of RAILWAy.

yet retain a fair amount of phateulvlgor surfed the brlekdust>like substance lb. modern -ap-to-dat
the day should begin with a told
cold towel rub or and now I have no pain across raj kid shop Effective April 10, 1905. :
ponce bath after spray which should be taken neji and I rf'f'llike a new man. Il baa IU T. KCJIaFER Freprfttor ...,at..* r.

active<< exercise lit the form of work, done me fl.
form of ... . .. --- -- --- -- -
In well wen Kidney Cure will cure every '
either In the air or a ---- -- --- - -
open I.. Jaek.tonYlII.. .No. Ify 0 9Os 7 66p I Lv Jukeon.III.. Yla..Ho. Ry. ? 4p a
tllated room horseback riding biry- kidney or bladder disease J. IV. Mo- I.. .r..up & Icy I164s 10 fOp 1'4. Jesup (Is.o., ley. 10 lOp

cling or a brisk walk for a a hour or Collum A Co. L. tlnaanah, .Flo. Hy I BOp 1:1: Ik AI' lfseoe. (Ia. .$o. Ry. II 00aArOolumbla '

more. Exercise In a well ventilatrdgymnasium Mathosbek Pianos ,, 14oRy IMp 11m. ArAllsni..tM. ,Nolty. 620aArCharlolte :
may be substituted for the w... TIt.., Ho. Ry JOC6p 8&3 ArNona..Oa, .140. It,. 7 ana r

out of door but is not so effective uud "Did you finish your shopping today (1re.Deboro. 14o. fly'' 12 sea I7lUp ArUal''n. (Is,, . . ,No U,. I2& s YIArtanvill.
Invigorating. my dear 7" asks the model husband. .. . . ,ten.R, 2lM1s 210p ArCbaltanoogs i Tent. Ho.U 94bs

"Tea I think so." answer the trusting VOTED FOR HrTEEnrMJI AJM rtJ81. i ArUI..hmond . .RtJ.U, ",... "'p Arl..la.&o".K ,. 1..0. I"p
ArCin.lnnnlI1I). . ( n. '
k 1Ar
PARAGRAPHS wlf. Ar ,tto. UJ 4 17. 4 :.J'p. 40p
"You think so 7"Yes. TT OF TOME POWEB A5DUCR1UILITT. Ct.rlo'.nm. Ho. Sty M02e e lOp .'f teeiensN0 Big Puts, M40Q Al

going I don't know though. Too Ar We.hington.. Ho. 8 ..... PliOI' OI\Jea.o.. llI DIg Fo..r 710. rAr
A girl Is to go very far I went to get my bat and there nallimore. P. n.Itl 119 )c 11 26p Li'tilnofenil1 0, is'J.rn" '1Mp

wrong who Is a good bum of her fa aye so many and all of them so pretty Ar w. 1'h'cS.l" I., It K. 14&p 9 I6a AI' (ihleapn. III 1 r. Un. 7 IOta
they and brother were Ar New York I'. R. Ie. 4 e Mils
that I got nve of them." 14" O.D.D..I 0, ,0. U. d& D. M 4 bpM"N.w
There Is a family In every n.'lRhhnrhood sew Haa for Ike. only eaaaN. Sass t. Ar (lblatn, .110 I'nn' 723ep r;
do that
"nul"b1 did you .... ...... No. York and Florida 1-: .
for loa. rbt Ikea MIleR. .MII.
which furnishes muniment "1-.117-1 mat have lost esybead. ->....l a.4 men wail ,...... 0.11, Pullman Urawing ItOQm t]ice'. .", (;, ,&1&S1.epioR : TI:r.. ,; v
the rest and doewn't know It JUILIODAr Toledo. n. ,0. Ii. A D. 6.. a
.......... ekabsbs.. : Oar J.on Tampa and
Every one baa had more happy days" Ar 1)e'rol..L.WI4A' I'. .,. 7 2 beNo.
"In that ease, why get a bat at all? Dp M 4... a every .11I. to New York .
In his Ute than wretched ones but bow cblcaro Tribune. trim a.4 Oa- I-.Wa.hIDlft"lt and Florida Gmner lluT1J,, P. U....( dlipLimited.
b. lets the wretched one stand out' eee..let.Bold " alll Pullman Ura.Jaa Ar PIU.bq. Pa. ,I. LID. 666.oods a

There are so. many operation of lat. ..c.. .... wrt__ R HtefJplae Car J.ekeoavllle &u CWniMlnnaa. -'hTi'olU O 6.

that a man can become! distinguish Frederick W. 8ward said that when by os eontlnoooaly for saw y.rll. Ar Cleveland 0, Big Yoar a 46e
by arriving la heaven all In one piece. be first started In at newspaper wort L., J.ala .. Kj-, H :-nr. ,.;p

One erect trouble In tl/e 1* that the Thnrlow Weed said to him: -1 win give n...... 'Th. Lead .,the KII," ,.. 10 A' .oalt.m.. Ky 110. II,. 1 lOp t tAs

paths for going wrong are planted *v yen two rata l to becta with. rtM "EI TiIATY.TNYEARS IA Jakwav111.. ria Ho Ry 7 II' $5. .....,.. Wo Mo. Hr. 7 n.

prettily with Bower at the beginning. writ anything ...Itho.....*.... In I4.anaab.Os. .HaR 12lbs sasses. la. ,,110. "dy. ,,-

Occasionally a d.la greeabl.. person alter ate point and porpswaj Mtvl.TO'8 : ., wbaa without n alngle fallar. If yew A' CoI.Dlbla, It. (1 ,Mo. Ity .00. Ar ISlnaJDpe" Ala .No. R,. 1146.
win boast that at least h* to sincere have written It. take your p** tad wan* pteno for a W. 4m. Ar AallnU". N. O. . .Mo. Icy 160p Ar "..,,,1.. Teen ,rriMa. Q6p
Ar IC.... Mo. . Fri... 9 4b
bat that H no exroa. for being die- over It to ... bow many wrd .ndentence aorrtoo Lay theLGLathu Ar Not Bprlaga :f. 0 ,,Ro. ltg 717p OUr I t
agreeable.Three go strtk oat and how ArKnll".T".. ,Pit. Ry lOOp M.. .... Y
yon no h1 T Ar I.ooI..tII.. .80. Ry lOa .....Iffl''P. Ark, 7 0a
things you n.m dlaeover till will n.hl Imprer th* cctide. ;gAr
most you R& Lool. ,$o. Re 4 Np UmIMd. 1Ac
there' to death In tb* boc e; The gwxlritew ." r.....c a* lew a* Is **a/tssa, wta *.*Jl4r.Caasi .1 01"1.- Q. A 0. 1 Lk lfa lal"rb.. Ybrtd. : ,
.. of the nHrhbon.: tbs way tin* av e.*... ........ B.w.cU.*f.> Duly. oIJ4 ,&lba" IslaAt egb ,
drags and how toad the clock tfeka..AtcbMoa .- Huge Task. fUL We >.. "....... ..... Jfo. Ili-D.IIy Poltaisa Dnwleg day eos.b.s and Pullman I le.pingItoom
undertake tfc* ..... .. J..o".m. to OIM'/ '."" .
Globe. It was a huge talk to rr ?OD T.Ludden and Bolles KleePIagOsr bel.... Gaits.. 19e-Polleo IJ-J.. Room '

,,' ..... of seek a b4 ts.. of kldny dU- J.. .". .III. and CIMI..U. N1Npleg. Our .,.&.... Jaekaduvtll..
AII. are r.a.. Colher of Chrok - --- -- - sEaaltnt
.... *a tha of C. F u".P" M.IIIJlbla aDd Kano
; 1 .-R. must try y. keep wp appear.I * In., baa FJeir BUsen.'" I*. & Bates Dialsg Cat' ...... OIt,.

app yea deIe't wait our H. -rt&eel .'M y k id..,. were polar .--
to know that .et Mniage hanfallwet tU oe a chair wlUoot I ARUIVAL1! AT IACICBOHVILLZ.From .
0...1..14 not
fEbe-OKn.. TwoaMa't inafciucn nod sa9.r.d froas drendfalUaknch i ttlWB Mule Eme w.. York. Wasalagtoa, ... -Ko.7' .Washlcgton and Florida LltnI
.to have them Me tbat their aatkihave I lied," 9 spit .. ..
ben r...li *d--Xw Terfca .. hda.h., and deprsccbw.In I 8AVANHAH OA. From {few York W..w.atoe.fo. 13. "", ..h agton and Florid Zsprcos. '
Et* trU Bitt.". aowevsr, I foetid a .** 7 HO p. m.FnmCMl .

.- sere, tad by 11I.- WM restored to..'- JOHN D. MURPHY M.r.CAfTHEB .n. AdwtTIJJe. *u o. ". ''Washington' a4 Florid Urn-
wormy friend add t* tb* .p0n.ed Uto grant lto4.M t s0/) .. BS. ,
and varoe .f Kfc, we ni..tIce tooJo I..IMaJca....tJeta.. I ,*o all with weak... >lSI'.uIU1IaD 117. urea c....... Clncianall. A,I...... .. -Ko. U. MFla. Lfasltcd.. ".>flaa. M. v

| tfpd wo .......... and ..,.. RIO oc awes.," 0..1'1I.... BRYAN, 8
r '...'."J."h fete .w1 beat friend sit by all drogtJ.ta; I rrls 101. rtGt1.If&. L Hanvwtc*, P.T.> . If.TAT toe.O, P, A. Haooca)10..... A.O. P. A

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TO BEMOTE I I The finest ahoce for Bummer can be
,, FRECKLES AID PIMPLES found at Marco Endel'e.
Mr. and Mr W. E. Dow are *ojouroing YOUNG'S FEMALE COLLEGE,

Li COUNTY CONDENSED. In to days use at Worthington Spring for a Til: vm "V"I.11e: Ofik-

few day*. OFFERS FULL COURSES TOE A. 8., a s. B. L. DKGRIKS.
. ,Mr. and Mr. Harry McMillan of Our
and Music Specialties.
Oathered Culture Elocution
Matten of General Physical ,
I The Complexion Baaufifier.8XTINOL.A High Spring are In the city guest of

t by Our Reporters. relatives for a few day*. 1',1)00 apeD' this leer to baUdID6 Good end Fare.equipment.Climate Steam tTaaeipaesa B......]OteeerleT.onlq Sirow
r, The library for Gainesville will\ not of roFsperlo e d Teecbe' ,.. .
Interfere with oar riving' you bargain
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS In of Free Scholarships Available.
summer salts. M. Endel. Expenses $209. Limited Number

t r J. C. and J. M. Halle of Alaehoa r Bellllloa opens septemnerse.feoa: ForfreeeCUBARE a4 dzem
What Has Happened What I Is Going IUNT, Preeldest.R. .
( were among the business visitors to
to Happen Told 'In Short Paragraphs soy t' the county e.plt.I'.rd.,.

So That "Ho Who Runs Mar Read"It Miss Lixsie Mathews Tacoma. who ...
In The Sun. his been on, a visit to Miss Iheora
8. Bradley and daughter Ml*
+? Summer neckwear at M. Eudel's.t FI.mloKbat returned to her home. Olandie. were in the city from Waca- WILSO.N'S.OMr
Daoghtrey's celebrated butter
; Gents, go to M. Endel's for the is now on sale at our store.country Try it.- hoota yesterday.Mr .

finest. Something extra fine. Saunders A G. V. Chamberlain of Tacoma

< Old newspapers for sale at The Son Earle. made a brief hot pleasant' visit yesterday -

E! office if F. E. Cellon and Joseph Kite of to friend In the city.

B. F. Jordan has gone to Alabama Hague and W. J. Wait of Fairbankswere A. M. Dickion of the Consolidated .

on business; among those who spent yesterdayin Grocery Company, Jacksonville, Upending Big Values

Lsdles'eallingeard.la latest styles Gainesville.. Sunday in the city.
at Bun omce.Slmon.oD' U a new diaooverr.ffuarsvatced. O. C. Strickland of Hague H. L. S. A. -
and mosey refunded It iOau to remove tha James O. Hatton. representing
p' Wonderful Halve for sale wont eae of Freokto.Pimples Tan.Sallow- Seville of Arredondo C. W. McDonaldof Gerrard A Co. of Cincinnati It in the in all
by J. W. MoOollum A Co. nor LUer Spots Bla Ui.ads. or BUT skin Rocky Point and P. O.Ramsey: of city in the Interest of his home.
It is very easy to dress e rr.d. Buy eruption la :90 daraZ eaves the akin clear Waoahoota were In the city yesterday.
your clothing at M. Endel's. soft beahb and restore the beauty of O. C. Chitty ha returned from White
youth Thousand testify to the merles of We have 10 dozen regular price $1 Spring, where he ha been recuperating '
; Sweet potato draws and vines for Batlnola. negligee shirts for 69c. Also on sale
ale. J. N. Bone, 'phone 10. five for the past few week He report Keeps Us Busy.
KIM Alice Uretta. writes; Thlbodasux.La., i Monday Balbriggan shirts for 1.
F.' B. Osteen of Mlcanopy was a business Oct. 1&. '04.-"l'or four yean my hoe wa Everything cash Get the habit. an enjoyable time. .
visitor to this Glt"el lrd'J" completely covered with. frvoklea and pimple Burkhim. J. W. Patton hal returned from the I
AU remedies failed,until used two packages The laxative effect of Chamberlain's East End, where he has been engaged; :
If clothe make the man, there Is a of Satlnola. whltib completely removed thefreckles .
Stomach and Liver Tablet Is
chance for all to become men at Mar. and pimples. Mr complexity U now and so natural that you so do agreeable not In surveying for the Florida Fertilizer.. Big Assortments of
out Endel's. perfect and hope every lady having freckle realize It ia the effect! of a medicine. Company for the past few day*. *
If you want the right goods at the or pimples will try Satlnola." Price GOo and For sale by all druggists.: George W. Moyeri hat returned froma
right prices, get the habit and call on 11.00.by leading druggists' ,or mall. Rev. T. J. Nixon returned yesterdayfrom business trip to Jacksonville Mr. Embroideries Laces

L. J. Burkhlm. NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. Live Oak where he has been In Moyer; I I. in the machinery brokerage

y Mice Ethel Watkins Mlcanopy Is Bold In Gainesville by J, S. Bodiford I attendance at the district conference business and i I. enjoying a Roe trade.C. and all Wash
the guest of Miss Eva Bauknight, A Co.. J. W. McCollum A Co., W. M.
Johnson and all leading drugglit: which is now In session there. He reports C. Hudson, the clever and successful
South Garden street. a pleasant time and a good meet traveling salesman for the Ba- Goods.

Why worry yourself freezing cream ing. ker Holme Company, Jackionville,
when the 20th Century freezes! Itself A dollar shirt for 50 cent at Marcos
ha arrived in the to spend a day
i gee them at Baird' Endel'} .. To reduce cur stock of wall paper,
paints and moulding:, starting Monday, or two with his family 800 E. Church
L. W. Jackson!: has returned to Ocala, Attorney Syd L. Carter has returned June 12, for one week only, we will street.
G after a couple of days spent on combined from a professional visit to Statke. sell for less than cost. We need cash. Mrs. R. Wilson
This Is your chance. The Paint Store, To reduce oar stock of wall paper
; business and here. .
pleasure The best way to keep cool li to boy opposite Brown House. paint and mouldln starting Monday, --
For Kent-Five-room cottage In one of those summer suits at Marcus June 12 for one week only, we will
+ South Gainesville known. thA Elll- Kndel's. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Waggoner and ; .ell for lets than coit. We need cash. :.
thorpe cottage. Apply at Bun office A. r. Dubose colored, of Tioja, one baby of Mobile 'Ala., after spending This !I. your chance. .The Paint Store, T. F. THOMAS

A. M. Jeffords of Oracy and John of The Sun' old subscribers called several weeks with Mrs. Waggoner's opposite Brown lloa.e.

r McGee of Hatchet Greek were among and renewed yesterday.ConfederateVeterans'. brother, Joseph ,A. Ejtel. have returned P. :M. Oliver left yesterday for De- .

those who visited this city yesterday Reunion Loulivllle to their home. They are well Land, where he expect to remain for UMDDTAKIM (CO.

pleased with Gainesville and may re- an indefinite period with his ion, A. B.
y Atlantic Coast Line sells round-trip Ky? via Atlantic Coast Line.
tickets to Louisville,., on June 10th Ticket on sale June 10th to 18th Inclusive tarn and make their' futurebome here. Oliver. Mr. Oliver states however

to 18th Inclusive, from Gainesville, at $17.80.Hardy William Tyner of Williston, a trucker that he is In love with Gainesville Ala- FULL LINE OF
.IT 80. of that section was transacting business ohua county and the people, and' expects -
Jarvis has
accepted a position
( here yesterday. Mr. Tyner to retarn for hunting next sea
4 The very finest fabrics tailor made a night operator at the central once' NEW GOODS.
lowest' conild- shipped 800 baskets of cucumbers this
and at price, quality son.
of East Florida
the Telephone Oom-
+ '_.ti, .eyed Is.what TOO can .expect MarcosEndel's. pan,'* exchange: .season but price. were very unsatis Account of Confederate Veterans' Agents tor... --

it I factory. Mr Robinson, another truck. reunion the Seaboard Air Line Railway
T. E. McDonald R, L. Barton and J. W. U. Eddln ha returned from a er of that place, shipped within the will) ell roaDd. ,lp tickets to Louisville :Monuments, Tombstonesand

k 8. Crown formed a trio of Rocky Point business trip to Si. Petersburg and neighborhood of 1,000 basket Ky., at the rate of $17.80 from Iron Fences.See .
1x Tampa. He report those cities" In excellent -
folks who visited the county capital .
June 10th to 18th inclusive final limit Our Samples
yesterday condition commercially; to leave Louisville June 10th 1906 _________

Mr. George K. Broome returned We will sell on Monday, from 10 to Limit may be extended to leave Louisville [. 1'enenal attention te all matters la
12 o'clock.' He riven drawer at (Wo per NEW YORK .
yesterday from Jacksonville where she pair. These price are positively oaab as late a* July 10 by depositing this line. Mall and telegraph orders
has been on a visit to her daughter, Got the habit and call on Burkhlm. ticket with J. H. Richardson special promptly attended to.

; Mrs. Fred W. Klug. J. B. Pate of Valdosta, 01., ii regli- agent, Loulsrllle and paying 60 cent

Great Bargain.-Fall outfit, shingle tered at the Brown House Mr. Pate per ticket at time of deposit Gainesville Florida
; mill with boiler, engine. shafting, made his headquarter. 11 In this city for
pulley, at a sanrlflce.I Geo. W. Moyer RACKET. Deputy Sheriff J. II Granger yesterday -
k Gainesville" Mla tf. some time, and has many friend here took to Rochelle Jim Henry, recently -

Chas Wynn went last night to Cedar Father Lynch of St. Patrick' Catholic brought back from Sooth Carolina THE CONTINENTAL

Key, where he will join hi* wife for a Church went, yesterday to Hawthorn where he was arrested upon a
couple of day, Mr. Wynn it (pending where today he will conduct eharge of murder committed in Grove CA FE-RESTAURA T.

a few weeks on the coast. ..,,10411. There will be no service CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH Park a few month ago: Henry was
ber arraigned in Justice Tucker's court at
$1780 rnund-trip June 10th to 18th -. ., --- .- .-
inclusivetalnesvilletol.oubvllleKy' ., To reduce our stock of wall paper, - ----- Rochelle, and was committed to jail ,
; paints and moulding starting Monday, without bail to await the action of the
via Atlantic Coast Line. Set ticket
June 13: for one week only, we will AVo have receiveda grand jury. lie wa brought back to I
agent for further partioulars.i' sell for I less than eoit. We need cash Gainesville and placed in prison. I
I'Uno Instruction, Beginner or ad.van"d This in 1 your chance The Paint 8toe.OPlto.U" I
full line of .. .. .. .
Drown House. - -- ---- --- -
pupil Special attention In -- I
adult tieitlnitors. Miss: Child at K. 1''o'I.O ':. Extra good value In children's Oxfords '-' Some Men LeaveAn
1. \ :! { West Masonic street and strap sandal All new, fresh

Mr I Vnt. Jones' of High' Spring was slock Shoe" worth $1 per pair goingat
: In the city yesterday for a few hour 7Aa, and regular 7& had for 6Oo a pair. Come and see
she wai en rout to Jacksonville them, L O. Smith north side, ,
square invest and lose, or as a temptation -
,M where she will spend few days with l>, E. Godwin of .Fairbanks was In to speculator. How much .
friends.KvertUxly. better to leave her
the city for a few houryesterday. Mr. I Is satisfied. when the ice Godwin was en route' to Fairfield, Mason's Fruit Jars Op. t.rli: ... Ut. Brl, fa***.
r cream I I. flavored with Hlit Hlbbon where he had been summoned on account $500 or $1,000 a Year Income"for w....,. ....i.
- r lemon or vanilla eitracts. Ask your ut the serious. illness of his
Life or for 20 or 30 Years?
grocer for flue Ililibon lemon or vanilla. mother. It U hoped h. found her condition - - .-
Takes less Flavors" perfectly. Improved. Jar
Tops We will tend you some interesting GOODHOUSEKEEPERS
1'rof. J. O Wlthersr-oon' arrived In .. -. ..- ---.-- .. .. ... Information showing how small an
the city from Lake City Friday and is. annual outlay will yield a permanent -
i, pending a short time with his family READ THIS yearly income for anyone for

hf re. He will make his headquarter 1 ITIt.I. ALA.July 13,1819 Jelly Glasses whom you nave to provide.

,in .'ort'hU" for the lint few weeks. Dr. 1-:. W. Halt; dt; Louis Mo-Dear Should call for

4 d"'t'a'lun"luIM'U' you anticipate Sirs JV# have ben selling your T ia* Wa L. HILL & Wa B. IDON,

I attending college! neat rear for Wonder., Hall'* 0,.&I Discottry, for Special Agents The MUTUAL
i the purpose of taking any court. whatever BALLARD'SOBELISK f-
two and rewmmead It to anyone Hammocks Life lasara.eeeC..1 Mew Pert
do not fail to see .I'"", llrlnson year ,
and talk 'it over with him It will pay suffering! with any kidney trouble* UIXENYILLE: : : : FLORIDA
i you. itMiss being: the ben remedy we ever sold
I ., -- - -. -. -- ... .. .
J R. --
Claire trlll6tff'Uw. formerly of Your.duty,

this city but now residing in Jackson EE
vllle, I I. in the city on a visit t,) Misses I A TEXAS WONDER. Lap Robes, S MITH'S MOUNTS I

1( Minna and Katherine Hampton, 4 I Oue small bottle of the Texas Won' WELLAll FLOURYour

+t'' Friends of this young lady areitellRht> der. Hall's Urvat Discovery eure all .

,ts ed to greet bar ag-in, kidney aud bladder trouble, remove Mosquito Canopies -

1 To reduce' our: stuck of wall paper, gravel cures diabetes, seminal emUtons. the old standards and
paints and moulding, starting Iond.,. weak and lame baeka. rheumatism the choicest of the new ones Ii Bread will always be good If you :,
June IX, for one w.*V only, we will use OBELISK.
.ell for leas than cost. We need cash and all irregularities of the kidneys a* issued.! I :M
i This 'Is your ehana. The Paint Score, and bladder In both men and antI all Seasonable ,Goods.! .
+ opposite Brown House. women regulates bladder trocblee In : Ask to see them as they
L. M. )McCormUsk" proprietor of the children It not sold by yoiir druggist, I cannot be displayed to ad. i ICASU mm 6 ( CO.

Continental Itestauraat', has gone to will bta sent by mall on reeeipt of 11. vantage in a case. I
"r Btarke, where he will b. the guest oft One small bottle U two moaths' treat- Our price will interest you.I

relative. for a few da,.. Mr. MKJormlot meat and eMom fail to perfect a II Fresh '
i r...ntty returned front Atlanta .... Dr. Kre.*t W< Hall,sol* mann .- -. -I Fine Fadeless Fotografs promptly delivered. dally and roods {

a where ha ha. been under tae tare of a fMturer, P. O. boa &N: Bt. Louis, Mo. PHIFER BROS. ; From Locket to Life Sis,
specialist, o account of the weak oon- Bead for tlaoniaU Bold by mil i1 .

i' dittos of'I eyes **r several ,....... tI wuggiss, Phuert' Corner, Qalaeetille, SMITH'S STUDIO.i Advertise In The Sun

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