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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 14, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00626
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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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,_ ,;" I, NO. 109 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WElriQ&DAY, JUNE 14, 1905 TEN CENTS A''WEE IVi -

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'., jn ,.PL CE.-tnR SWISS SCHOOLS. DUEL TO' THE DEATH E.i I I WOOD CUTTING: AS SPORT. A BLOODY AFFRAYIN x

The. C..r.. .t S<.4r ..* the. ...._ ah.r........ ...... Cia...... 1

''r: ;h t. i l CE CONFERENCE.. The education., Tr.glen...In..tbe. schools of FOUGHT OH.i,JRAIH At many Mt.of h...the I.agricultural A......... shows THE FAR WEST'SSix

: .t;, ,. .. Switzerland Is In many respects" more which In the up country districts of ;.
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Australia ;'and New Zealand fixture
are -
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comprehensive practical than that :
$$. ;.:Ba Named Aa Quick As offered In our curriculum Tbe girls Foremen of Rival, :Contracting of the utinoat internet and Importance Desperados Killed in a FlgbfeV t i

for Instance, are taught not only to \ to thoee engaged In paatoral. purauita. -
,, if1 ;.Parties' Are Agreed.INI Parties Engage i in arrel With Cowboys.
the tree felling contests providethe
11\\" read and write and spell, but to cook "':, "
'if\ ... chief excitement of UM duy.
.11 ; 4! to wau.. to sew says the Housekeeper
>I VISITED PRESIDENT lu addition to being trained for the duties PISTOLS WERE FREELY USED Throughout Australian bush there SEVERAL HORSES WERE KILLED' +
of homemaklug and housekeeping are to be found canton .o expert that
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ake' 'Reports Say Hitch Has Oc- each girl 1* taught some useful trade. On Man Dead and Another Quit their at-hleveiuenta are the subject of Outlaws Attempt to Drive OfT Cattle In

> Many of the pupils are daughters of Badly Wound.d-Ona Has His Jaw dUcuHxiou for mile around and It Uat Idaho and a Pitched Battle Ensues ,
J wrrd--PrJ ce of Japan May Act
rich parents and then Is little' likelihood the ntcrU-ullurnl show" that these .
"J; Broken and Another Slot in Neck. glauU of the meet to decide the the Plain -Ranchera Saved Their
,,,,,,,:f., Mikado-Russia. Not Decided of their ever haviug to earn their !game on *
;,; oit',\ Representative.Washington .' own living, but the paternal government All From Tenntee. loon<< I or International' rt>nini\loui.hli>M.Th Cattle h ,
,f '" i takes the view that every mern- ittni|sltlan.
,I' June 13 -Count Ca. her of society should possess the 'ability Kooxtllle, Jane 13.-In a bloody pi*- by the stumpy allotttMl. and when the lllackfoot Idaho, June 13: LtUr ,

_ I,/'the Russian Ambassador had a to LK self supporting even tbpughtbe tol duel l near Jellieo.on the Lou in lIIe- alguut I to ftnrt N given<< tilt long himdUM. I report from the Jackson's Hole OOQOI '

('boor's confereuee with President nei-ettslty to exercise that ability Atlanta L. and K line Chants Reed keen cnlvtHl I area: davit" downxrttrd try indicate thai the reoeut haul between -

\ Roosevelt yesterday. At It* conolni should never arlwe. No expense baa wa killed and Alia Blakembrv will die. tit tho oifiilntt| Hiroko.; 'Tli> ('\Iul'r| rounds ranchers! and outlaw w*. more "j

''. j off i Count Cassini returned at once to be.n'pared" in equipping the schools. of The men were foremen of rival contracting cuMk I N but u Moth lo these lirowijHklnutsl. ftimuiuary than was Indicated l>y theearlier

i Ikte".embassy, declining to discuss in Swltxerlnud for the teaching of dom M- parties near Jelfi leo. Bluer marvelous. l>r accuracy*wny wiMxlsiniMi IIIIllIlr.u'h, west, strike with \ reports. It Is now Mated. that ;

' 'byway the of his visit tic science. feelings were engendered culminatingin six person were Mllrd, four outlaw
object down anti tho haul
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bojtoo., negletted -
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Thal the conference related thej'lrcply th. duel on the train Ian evening. ,Hlhl lit IIboWIU'\I tin and two ,ranch ".
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.tir: pg In the Say t I8S system of education w |>H try, tutu
: of the Russian government to the rhj-nk-al culture and manual training The men grappled with each other, smitten tree. Ti! > him who In tho List 8vral horse!' were killed during the ,

r 'proposition made by President RooserkIt have prominent places lu the curriculum each placed hit pittol giinti the oth lime iuo"t rleniily lUH-iipltutfii. \ tlth > tight, flv,, being shot down

.. last Friday ia known but whether nod every boy on leaving the pub er' breast and Bred four ahot*. IItuDlI i pl rl/.o IH lei n'D. 'Tht Mil wllllf 1 het ranchers *uo -ded lu saving the,

i 3ount Cassini presented formally the lic school, la equipped to earn bill own Reed died soon with '*. o bullets contest, which mv hardly less I'lt'll' oatil which the outlaw were trying
Urlng. Fads and frills are absent from through the abdomen. Inc tlt'llt'uII| neon tho eveuuouM not' to drive away
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ascerkiwlned.
.';' NtpOD' 1H'locJ[ nf the ciiltliiK. nnd for tht' umn . .. .. .
'"" the Swiss schools. Tbe hard beaded taxpayers Blakemore ha a broken"'jaw, U shot -- --
It can be said however, that who thinks he known what bard day',
want to see some return tor 'left basalt and
neck
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through arm, RED AND GRAY SQUIRRELS.
Mb reply of the Russian government
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t work In a *uuro In sawing trough n
their demand that the
money. They Alabama. Both
and his home U In are
.. ilready had been received by the education wblcb shall be thirty-six Inch Iron bark log InI tem .. .. .
jgr they pay young and unmarried.A The Males Hlh a.**! Are -
I ltdent before his Interview with practical and useful In after life. Are |erntiire of r.t: degrees or thereabout" orrlclkl riahlers.A .
oat Ca..lal.'y''I'b.plao. would IH the noun. perfect dUlllimlon I
t they not right? NOTABLE DWARF. vi" ijuuiTWIaoiiie disposition bus a'
of meeting fnr peace nelatlons , wont lniuRlnflllf. I.ondou T.U.r.I I the chlckum" or American rot squir

r i Is being d"sc.4. WHO IS INSANE .7k.. witty Oekvt .* ..r.twit.kl. th.ran. eel and there are continual fights between .

._ uiti*. r.t*. A VERDICT IN RHYME. It and Its Vouala tbe. tray iulr.

,; : Ifo O.. .p Bvrr Oa.. "' --...... A very notable dwarf*.Borul"..IItI. rel. These fighttl. feMotf" '. a In a decided
., W. A.lc the. Q..U... .1 the Pole, of whoae debuttb tllllowiDII.torl' Th* ..It \V.. !. J.... but the. ri.. victory for either aid. The male*

__. th . >.... .'.*. I Who la Insane? No one or every one, I U told: As a boy; of fifteen whenb W. .. l m.e.e. of both pecle ire Incorrigible fight ar'era. '
';:-.1.17 ( according-* we ask the question. No : was Just one Inch higher than a Au Interesting verdict wa r nltl'1"t't' It U uo uuuual eight to see acouple
_'\;.,:,...:"Once'upod: a, tUae,{). *-was a manwhe'epent.eight one In,an nnylumwUI admit that be orsbe'ta. .. two foot rule, be. was presented to tbe In the. dlnlrlctouvt of TravU ruuuty, of nod 0'117 squirrels coin

", '' of'the ,bMt,Tears of! .Insane, Each In tUrD'would resent Kmprraa Maria Theresa, who was so Tex., In iai" 'tumbling from some lofty limb so lock. ,

...lyre'coiui'tn; f ti''meencbanm'ptpe; I such" an insinuation. Certainlyno charmed by his .....ee..1\4 1'OO4.lootl. The defendant Frank B. Refer at ed la each other's embrace a* to appear
,to find:at the end of tbafperlod of aa will assent to that time a well known dtlteu of Aus almoat like one uliual.
no ottt asylum tbat she rested him e. herr laj> .nd t
_ at: be had been nursing 'a 'piece ..ofsaakopfe" the charge' of being insane' And yet ; gave him a hearty kl... "And whet do tin wa* .a';'(-uaed of gambling, which Though the shock of striking tbe (t

;,4r't Instead of the genuine" both parties readily recognise the Insanity. : you consider the moat interesting eight was not regard aa a very serious offense ground separates them It la for a mo-

')I.t"'Oeonme de 'mer.' The "masaakopfe" of- others An Intelligent old In Vienna r abe Mkcd the boy. "What In Texas In those early days went only They Immediately clinch
''i ft composition made of the parings ofrt especially It tli. onend chanced to btt and continue to roll had
It? l Udy' once the bead of a ladles' semInary I now behold" be answered. And again over I
"D1D. meerschaum- and' a mineral wished me to discharge her what I I. elute -Why." said the tiny! a protulneut rltUen.The over, fighting flerrvly until one break
!K' ct7., The parings are triturated to a from au asylum, alleging that all tbe courtier "to are no little a man oa the |>ro. H-utlou was generally treat.ell A"' ''7. only to be followed by 11... ether, ?

.:);'fine powder* boiled la.water and mold- patients In the ball believed her aane.Beven lap of ao grout a lady," Naturally a NS. a pleasant Jest but was never. wbo kee|>* up a running fight for soui
A. Into blocks, with or without the ad- women were privately asked youth who exhibited aiuli n ready and thelea* carried through In contest and : distance until be feels l. certain that be y

p" ?jtfltlon of clay. Each block la then cut their opinions aa to her sanity, and all courtly wit had a' dllltlllllUI.1wtd career: a jury ix>inMwed| of lawyers brought In I baa ao punished the conquered one that P

.into a bowl but a. It contracts conslderably declared that she was very Insane before blui. From UI day BorulT the following verdict: ba will out dare rvturu. t

4. It must be left some time to while asserting their own sanity. When atkl became the pet of the emirtii of "-I'h_ jurv. lawful' m.n. Red squirrels by their greater agility L5

'':f.4r1i. These bowls are distinguished Informed of the result of tbe test the Uurope. II* was a _|WN-H| fnrorlte of Pin (!.. UvfriMUiiil. doiUrs ton and quickness ran wont a gray

_ 1itroGJ the genuine meerschaum by their old lady accurately described the si>eclal Staulalaiu lt. wbo took; I liliu+ to Kuu-: A IAt aunty the defendant mon tttyoAd pr sit hlmMlf doubt, out. squirrel' .eery lime la a rnnnloa Ogtit.

,,.reatsr apeclJle gravity, but there is no peculiarities of each of her ac land and introduced him to George Thus ..'". said this fr..sliui worn.Y but lt thaw one con to a clinch and
atbeolutely certain test: by .which the cusers. Bo In every community the III. and... family, and for mere than .ir oWdUm" ..rv.nt A. O. Horn, the ...pel ilvr ale and weight of IB.
!.real mserschaum'cSn'b., told from. the private jcxwlp Is much concerned about half a century he made his home In forsman.Tbe Cray squirrel i are bound lo tll.-Cbkajp :
UOD. those wbo are called "strange." "pecul Ilar. I- England. composition of Ibis, verdict I. attributed :New.

_;"'f/f: la" forming a pipe from "ecum de ." "iVrsnged" "unbalanced "light Bornlwaekl who, at hl.. tallest was a (o A. W. Terrell who at the M
'f"," ;elet'th.'alllcate of' ...p.." U prefeared beaded." "a little oly." "out of gear" yard and three gibes high bad later Urn of his service oa tb. Jury was a I ..... "'ibis ...." .* Ik* (......_.

,. for the operatioa by soaking la "wrong In the upper story;" "cranks." wboae bead was just level with her young lawyer. Afterward he attained lit. very ant thing that a CbloatnaoUkM ,

';compoaltioa; of vax, oil aDd fata.wax Few If any escape for a lifetime one Mg brother' abouUlem. II. was not great distinction! In practice send a* when b* gets up la the axirali

>- and oil absorbed.by: the meerloai or the other of these epithets. Without only a baodaome and courtly man, bata a dUtrlct court Judge and was Called |b a bowl of bot: "roac**." or, aa b_

are the cause of the color pro- aa within the asylum no one recognise acbolar.of repute. He lived .la eve State minister to Turkey under freal* call It "tola rl**." ibis \is alnplyrlc '

_ ,. by zaokJng. 'l'hMet of the his or her own mental deviations, but reign and was laid to rest la Durham dent Cleveland. boiled away to a thlnnlah drinkable '
,bgg'ldag. tobacco cause the wax and readily detects the mental aberration la 1837 aide by' aide with the PaUtanT- Other member of the came Jury coMlatrory. If allowed to cool It h

,A<<::r ,e.batancee to pass through the of others.-$tepb a Smith. )I. D.. LL. Ian Stepoeai Kemble. who afterward achieved renown were would talrkvn Into pe.te. BOOM car
i.ag''of 'a dry 41at1Uau sad be-: I).. la Leslie' Magazine.A Cbarle. 8. W..t.'Waao roe to be a J...- J. required to aaako .It proper(!._ "If'

.,f..oifaig. associated with the products tic, of the Tessa supreme court, and the walere/ visible and not tb. rice,"

_;the distillation of the tobacco they WONDER OF RANQUN.Th ST. HILDA ISLAND. r. W. Chandler, wbo became! oo.' of My Yuan Url, what !Ie not co.ge..

) +r* dlfifased through the aubstancea of .. the leader of th* T...* .bar-l..w If th* !*.. to visible& and<< not the wat*<.

,;JkV bowl, producing theee.,gradUoo. 1
faX: .tat' -wbidl are ao much prised.' In .**4 WHh rsir G.d. mINt lie lodUtlag. .Ubably bUad4 *-
aaea 'tbe bowls are artificially Rsngun, the principal city of Bur There' are many plan cold becauae where there It I* M. Ws. t..r.. *. Ml. .,...... for y*. ran ...111... result Ntt...."
i to patch <<
.by dipping them before being ma. grew up around tbe sacred spot la Impocalbl no Bold to catcb. There la tit. KJ&4a.that Coventry. ,'.Imore'a talk a. )'r.no. .
;,Slaked, w wax. la a solution of aoltt oa which Is built the great Kboay Da- lonely. rocky Maud wnk-b wee ... dcrlb It. was apt to b* star .*4 /Mes)..lhl.. i

,e t Iron either alone or mixed gnn pagoda, one of Its principal wonders. visited by Dr. Johnson *. be sad tling. .bokl.1I example "Io you ever look back, Hlobba. oa ,
In the prnc of a number ef vn the dare ef boyhood the dear
dragon'a blood.meerschaum. "Rising to a Ipl.or min feet. Bos well were waking their famous year
; lead la soft enough toiimi.wd Its sir* i* greet ly enhanced by the fact tour of the Hebrides There are about of letter ('.Imo,. mentioned an aocomplUbed face la the bout, the moon shining eon

\ by the thumb nail. It that It stand on an eminent- that I* a hundred Inhabitants ou the Island writer who was an Intl- : the river, the hill, tb* valUya.tb r4'
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ttds"" to the Itself 100 feet above the level of the mat friend of hi*. Tbe conversation ."- ;
!;* readily knife especially TIM coasts .,. so precipitous that for
JMC bavUtg- been wetted. There are colt,.." aye a writer. "It U covcrvd eight month In the year It U practically : pa*...d to the lyrical. poems ef llerrtck "No." Interrupted Illebb broeqoely, kr1i
_ Oeaaltl. flome kinds sink In with pure gold from be.. to summit. lnarre Jbl.. H veral vessel i whereupon I..'...., la hi* moot poitlv It. dceso't payr .
...o .r. exclaimed. "I, th. *l l* "() ', rbatr ,,
and this oM. .
.'' .u.er. flemt oa the surface. once In every generation gold from the mainland call there dntlag pay
> e< medium density are preferred Is rntnpleuly/ renewed' by public sub the summer. And strsnge to 'aay.whenever of -. HerrlHt was nothing but s. "Dieldads.-Cblcsgo. ....-.nt.u..

.h.pipe maker..for the .light Tartej srrlptkM Yet tbrougbout the mler- a ship resb..* the blandfroei brilliant lnctr! There WM a oatveraal akt. {

_ L porous and even caveraaoa.Jodg val the process of regUdlag goes onperptaally. the malalsod every lababltaat. murmur of Indignant protest f'at-
( aaetune that the heavier Pious people' who seek la even to the lafaata. U *...*.. With a I store parsed op hi. Up; blinked hi. .....,.......

III nfl i ore spurious bat there to no ab- Ibis way to elpe... their veneration cold. This fart has been known f.* eye and sold nothing. Th converseethan "Ten bad boot IHagtnaawroog. golaj

proaf that such la the .... A and to add to their store spiritual more baa zoo jeers sad .... of great p.--.' dd. < sad .. opletoa or ....C air
_ pro teat nay be uenUoned. Tb merit climb, up dally with little fluttering Interest to Dr Johnson wbo was ak.p- 0....... was preatly qwo("4. Then "YsHi but. I toetea'C I been cri ti.sj '

bowl never exhibit'those packets( gold leaf. whW tbeyfs Chi cooremlag. 1'alarur. lifted up his\ vole, sad erred. much shoot It My wit. always all )
frsrtloa of Its greatsurfaro. Hilda.ceMleog "U, tb* *.U1. of -, (Oorh wa Nib Jot -t a DMdeL"-o.tIo4&!
11 ,Dls.llbe. which: result from the tea a some The aoetkw of this 161. sip a as tot .
lag bet a bflllUM InrNrT..d "
of toretg bodies la the sat There I* no mere plrtare<|nesleht paxsled. ao. who sever dream Tribaae. ;
a..ruAutm. \Zberefo... If ala offered I>y It than that of a grasp brat tt was tafsrtfcMM dJ.*a**'and A
:eecv a mer.chaass bowl, .f tb*** silken worshiper eotlla.d high that without the possibility *f Jnf.... .h. ....11. A C_* .* Trait.I .
!. very freqmatly to* ease the ..../.. Its gold to the art eI r.trlb- tie* It to tospeselhl. catch 1C BJO out. r hf he actually ask old Nettey for .... swtlcvd." M,. tb* Oeo. Aloe s

,K the bowl to rsedssadBat sting their scull jtKMs to It. splendor tat what OM expeeere may b*. That to .1* daaghfer bsadr.. Ap>"i. "that everybody who teteeth a

greilab/o, aa tlesataas* ... Tbe pegoda Itself has mo lalertor. It to aay. II to dee t* a aster* argaalrat "Tee. aad be cUItu he compelled tt* polled aye It WM sew K tile

.*... Saul after Use bowl has beesifew to a solid steps <*( bvkic raised ever a sad wltbowt the prs***c. this aalere old.. man t. to* ltTea. ... salt'1ade.t1r last slobbers, the deaUet ever eatreet"

Iksr.... u.. .. test r not of relic ............- ........ the '***.. eaat WtracU4.lC. ew- et-ICaaa City TUoeavToe
... .aek.-rhJU-.
.., Turk 014- but b* the .,
.. ., ...- Test. Ilium.. ... sad tb. Ca/.r... .
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fir mtllam Da_,. the great Bogus
t.r'..;..:. n.t..e e.. .... sdevtlet aaldAll: .vI' progress .N 'e.TssrherIt.bat Levers-There la nothing ......*
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'ftfto ebet Last S.nleaa. y. O>.. saakJag tip a lever ejoarrtt.rtod f1fAFr' '
retora to CawAer* ,frs aI. .... UMI tlsav ef Wr Isaac Newts bits : :
> who tt'* lava, a.Nlt"-- "'Ob.. .*, *!Itf We't C.... to a rtWay. Cyair-Well.. If* dlffemtyeWre t ,
afar dot lists wbtae .. bad nee r...... UM eaylag */ that great ..
eat her ta the daa>- -+--" .ptsIt .... ..."w.na.. ttAhM 4.'' ;
.i Las. f. OM ant uw.tdII --. Pro man that we are ant rfciWrea. pleltlnt .. I *
-Tire. 4. sho F
MlB bM ,c.att6lslag lip then sat.there a p..U,.* frm ipi 'rss t -QerrecttMMet vary 11aM lb bias r wby tnutn.eepa" i..J Y
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hell:.? l.ur1 flea ttks s4oe .. SCMVW tilt ......|.4...... whit a what seed, Mh.rtg lwai there ...'. .
M 4taTIWw.1'tft sots
Itt, .a elf, col a sites a new sattwwn ,......,,*tf risra b.ers ,oar I ... ....... '
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K 2 THE, DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. JUNE 14,1905I , a:

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I ANOTHER BIG SALE How Is Baby Today ? In tho .'ekr.o_. "
I In a sickroom open the door promptly I t

Better, thank you. In fact, quite well. without rattling the handle. I Women's Headacltes

OF SEA ISLAND Fat round and full of life and mischjef.: Walk In care quietly to glide but do In not absolute take ostentations si-- M3I-9, Congress' Std.pozmUro,71Ala ''

Pinkand, white flesh, dotted with dimple :, Oct.17,19QZ.
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lence. Don't pause and murmur Inf -
*., No co jgh,'not)indigestion. f qulries to tbe nurse, but go straight to ,may I consider Wine of Gassiest superior to aril doc r
Dutton & Co. Disposed of Five AU on account of I! the bed and speak In a clearly audible, : tor's medicine I ever used and 1 know whereof !
4 speak. suffered for nine months with supurtseedmenstruation
everyday tone to the patient. I '
Hundred Bales Recently. which completely prostrated m ro
; | Choose topic' of Interest that will entertain : Pain would shoot through my back and sides ana

I without being exciting,' leaving would have blinding! headaches. My limbs wool -r
BOUGHT BY EASTERN SPINNERS OZOMUISION a few new Ideas with your Invalid aa I . swell up and I would feel so weak I could not "
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1r food for pleasant reflection after your stand up. I naturally physicians ford
4r Only a Few Hundred Bales of the Old leave taking and making only a pass- seemed beyond the help of
tug reference to tbe of Cardui came as a God-send to me. 1 felt a r
Crop'Left Which Are Not at Present administered by a mother whose lore: present malady.Look change for tbe better within a week. After nine- '
aa fresh and pretty a. the pow- ...: '
| without suffering -
I menstruated
with common'sense.She teen days treatment I
ij Offered on the Market-Prospects was tempered
In and
er you ilea, thereby act ae an I did and soon became
agonies usually
OZOMULSION isa
Good, and Some Cotton In Bloom. knows that unconscious tonic to your friend. Avoid regular and without ""
fountain of energy for grown-ups, any article of dress that jingles or Wine of Cardniu and I wish that aU suffer
Another Important cotton deal hers too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes mstlee. ing women knew of its good qualities.

? been consummated in'this city, H. F. : plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble !I Having risen to say goodby, go instantly -

Dutton A Co. having sold within the' folk it is the chief nourisher at life's' without lingering over last 1It.t/ .......' t. ....
n past day or two to Eastern spinners feast It cures Consumption ,when words or pouring forth exaggerated '" .r.I'orUaD4I11coDom1.Leis..
five hundred bales of Sea Island cotton. taken in time. All druggists sell condolences and bopes.I .

; ; Aggregating nearly a quarter of a 50 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let it-I IIeadachess are the danger signal of eomlmg disease. Both mm sad
million pounds, at the market price. send I Tho Ho... of Lord. women suffer he.A..h, but. periodical headache falls only to the lot of
i you The house of lords menstruation bearing dawivas.
1 waa composed women and fa the unerring a of irregular an
? The product was transported by rail toM I Free by Mail chiefly of clerics until the time of Edward Completely prUwJfcrs*W* I// Dine months V*suppressed menses,shaded
Sample Bottle'
Brunswick, from whence It will be III. Thu. In 1205 the peers were ty headaches an.racked: with pain Mrs. Snow was made a strong and
y} hipped by water. Write letter or postal toOZOMULSION I I ninety spiritual and forty-nine lay mem- healthy woman again. Remember with Wine of Cardni no case fa hope 4'
There are only few hundred bales CO. bent Including twenty archbishops and because this great remedy cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty
of bearing down ,
and fails to benefit a case irregular menses
never
of the old crop left on hand, and most oa Pine Street, New York, I, bishops, slxty-eeven abbots and priors cases pains female weakness. If you are discouraged and doctors hare
of this Is customers'cotton, and Is not II and three masters of orders ManyI failed E Wine of Cardni, and try it now. Remember that headachesmean
offered for sale at present. I'I clerical dignitaries summoned did not weakness. Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardni today.
'" From reports received from the stir- INTERESTING BRONSON LETTER.I. attend at Westminster' refusing to recognize All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardni.

rounding country, It I ls safe. to say that Educational Matters Looking Up in the authority of parliament over
their own convocations of Canterbury
about all the Sea Island left In the Interior WINEosCARDUIFaySholes
Levy-Other Notes. I I and York. It was partly from this
ti are 200 bales being held at Fort I cause that the lords spiritual decreased ti :

White, about GOO at Alschua, 800 balesIn Bronson, June 18.-The trustee of| In number until early In the reign of

Gainesville, some 150 bales lu various Bronsoo High School met Thursdayfor Edward III. the upper house consistedof c

points in Levy and about the the purpose of selecting teachersfor eighty-six lay' and only forty-fire

same number scattered throughout the coming term and for the transacting I clerical peers, while during Elizabeth's !

M Alaehua eoonty, aggregating 1,400 of other business. A full board parliament there were forty-throe and

t bales whlcb are not at present being consisting of W. II. Anderson, 0. A. twenty-six respectively.-London Stand t

offered on tbe market. Lindsay and W. R. Coulter, were present ard. I ;

e Up to Saturday night the prospectsIn as was County Superintendent S. The Rat of H.... Growth.

w Alaohua county were never better, Phillips.It "We grow at a uniform rate" sold + .t
00 per seat of the acreage planted was decided' to pay the principal' a physician. "There are rules of

being thoroughly cultivated. and free of the school l a salary of too per month, growth that unconsciously we all obey.' a TypewriterACKNOWLEDGED

from. ptin. Stands as a role are good, : the assistant $50 and the primary "Take the average man. He growsas

a great deal of the cotton showing teacher $40. follows: "First year, eight Inches;
bloom. About one-half of the cotton Miss Willie Heagy was placed in second year, six inches; third year, I

( planted Is a week or ten days In advance nomination for assistant and Miss SSel five inches;; fourth year, four Inches; TilE BESTMACHI3E '
He Overstreet for teaeher. fifth year four Inches; sixth year, four Y
of last year's crop at this time. prlma/y Inches. From tbe slxtb on the growthIs I ON TilE MA BEET
.
In sections They reunited the unanimous endorsement
some crops begin to want
slower '
the Is
until sixteenth 1'.ar-lt
r rain, and If the heavy rain which fell of the board. The selection of only one and a half Inches a year. The
In this section Tuesday prevailed the principal was left to Superintendent seventeenth year has a growth of two unlvrnsAl nrTDOARD D I :vit: ::-.

throughout the county the benefit will Phillips, who will consider applications Inch.*. The eighteenth year hits a

u be great and luting.Iff for the position.Provision . growth of one Inch.<< At eighteen the
man Is five feet eight Inches.
was mad. for painting the average
Lightest Shift I Lightest Running! The F i
PICNIC AT BLAND. school building, rebuilding the fence high hereafter he grows no more"-

and otherwise Improving the property.The Philadelphia Itulletln.CASTORIA. Champion Speed Writers of the World I

If Sunday School of That Section Will eleventh and twelfth grades will. Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Sholes in '

"lap Have Day's Outing-A Marriage. be Included in the course this year and I use In Gainesville than any other machine j

Bland, Jane 13.-There will be a the prospects of the coming term are

basket picnic given by the Methodist' eieeedlngly bright.Twentytwo Poi Infant and Children {
school of this For Sale by. . .
;t Sunday place, at the white and one negro applicant
famous Cool Springs, on Thursday, were present at the teachers' flu Kind You Hare Always BoughtBean

June :?Z. There will be lee oream, examination last week. theSignature THE SON, Gainesville Fla..

n herbert and lemonade on sale, the The grading committee consists of of ,

proceeds to be used for the purchase Prof. J. VV. Shelly, Miss Jane Soeller I

a of an organ: for the Sunday school. and Miss Marlon Kerr. The result of i

9 There will also be a few add,.,,". the examination will. be made known Am Odd I......,..
Everybody Is Invited especially the this week. One of the strange of modern Industries G. S. MERCHANT & GO.

Sunday schools. Cool Springs Is ons The property of the WyllyQabbettCompany I. that carried on In the Jura district ;

quarter of a mile north of the Bland 'will likely be sold the Oral In France. It consists In taking; Retailers and Jobbers In Ir I

4 postofflee. Monday In next August by Receiver the fur from live rabbits and weavingIt "

Oar little village Is growing fast, Owens. Among the property Is 43,000 Into a textile fabric which makes the

with new buildings constantly going acres of land two saw mills, three locomotives warmest kind of clothing material Staple and Fancy Groceries
known. The species of rabbits which
i np. and seventeen miles of tram for ,
furnish the raw material the manufacturing
J. L. Matthews has the lumber ((0' a road.A .
;process Is the Angora rabbit,
part of It) on the ground build; number of eltlaens attended the which bun received the name of the silk Grain, flardtn Seed and Fertilizers.

handsome store. The one he Is now annual picnic at Levyvllle last Friday rabbit. Every three months tbe rabbit r

r using has proved to be entirely too from Branson, among them Mr. and sheds its. fur and several days before SOOTH SIDE SQUARE. GAINESVILLE 7LOUIDA *

small for the eitenslve trade.. has. Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. J, II. Jaeo- this taken place nature U anticipated market <
Highest
On Sunday, the 28th of May, at 8 ble. W. II. Anderson. Jr., and Sheriff by female hands, which remove the long price paid for Chickens Eggs and other PrudtMS. ,

o'clock O. O. Russell and Miss Jessie E. Walker. It Is estimated that 400 silken hairs by gentle friction. The

Bennett were united In matrimony stthe people were present and the occasion skin Is already. "ripe." and the fur A Complete took of Hay,. Corn, Oat, Flour, Bran Meal Oottoa Seed Iffett*
I romee off easily and without the rabbit and Bye. W. hand only the VERY BEST'goods "at the LOW
home of the bride's thisplace
parents at was one of the most pleasant of the >EST PRICES and ,
suffering the slightest pain from the guarantee satisfaction alway.. '
Rev. V. II. Ellis officlatini. ,
season, ___ _________ operation. la fact bunny appears te .
The bride wu a very popular and enjoy It. lying quietly In the lap of theoperator. 2 t
I
beautiful young lady aDd the groom lea Ta. on Babies. during the manipulation. : "nT.TElHE%:) leoe. !;,

very popular young man and clerk; Kstreme hot weather Is a great tax London (Hob*.
(' for the firm of J. L. Matthews. upon the digestive power of bablee. H.F.DUTTON&CO. 5.

Tbe weather II very dry and hot. When puny and feeble they should be Will Cure Consumption. ti' ;

The has suffered from given few do** of While's Cream
corn erop the wrltesi"Foley's -DEALERS IN
A. A Ilerrea. Finch Ark., l
aDd do Vermifuge, the children's tonlo. It
If
drooth we not get rala la a Honey and Tar is the best
few the will be will stimulate and facilitate the dl... Sea Islarn
days orop eat short la preparation for coughs, cold and lung <3. Oottoxi.; ; ;
::
1 this section. Cotton crops are doing lion of their food, so that they ..)Oil trouble. I know that II hascurd consumption .
fairly well. The Is about the broom strong healthy and active.
acreage first .." You
the
In stag Sea Island Cotton '
same as .last season, but not as good on Sold by W. )I. Johnson. never heard of anyone using FoUj's Seed Bagging and Twine. Walrus i

i; an average bat Major Green don't Honey sod Tar and aot being satisfied. Leather in Strips or Sides. t '
.
fail himself. Jonesville Joltings.Joaesvllle .4
to spread
J, W. MeCotlom A Co. 5
Mrs. Uddoa of Ocala and her daugk- ) June 18.-The melon and Manufacturers of the James "'f
Doig
let Elsie are visiting her brother L. : cantaloup crops through this section 5,010.4.f... Sea Island Improved English
Cotton
Matthews.Mr. are -almost a 'aUo reo Nevertheless, then the wta4 Mow from the south Gin and Supplies for Same !

aDd 'he. Bash of High Sprloce some of the grower. aay they are going and one of the Islanders of south lee- GAINESVILLE :

were visltlag. the lalter's parents, Mr. to try them ...ID. land wban to eocniawaicets) with. the ,- , -, FLORIDA U S AABSTRACT4 ;
-----
Rev. N. W. 8heffieM! filled his mainland he pots his letters Into a wUeorted -
t and Mrs. J. 8. Do puts. : regular -4
.. bottle, sad to tao.re their 4e
appointment at this place Baaday.
- prey ho tattoo at tbe same ttane a
T Made a Hla> Average. Theo. Hill has: reelgaed his: position iLTY
plug ef twtet tobacco er a dear. The COMPANY
Tbe friends of 11.... Susie Hunter of with I>r. A. R. Williams oa account of wind speedily impels the: bottte te the

I this oooaty will be pleased. at the lofortaaUoa 111 health. aboro of tt>o nether tslaad. where pee

that la the recent teachers' We are sorry to Item of Miss Lora pta ar generally eei tile ......t. t1noorporat) I'

; r esamlaatlom to Urevard eooaty, hilt Dudley's Ula.... We tress that she E. E. VOYLE. MQ-R. '
.. .
Mow a Korw.Mrs
at TtlosvilIe'sb. made a general average will be able to aUad Sunday school Abetraeu 01 110. sad tall
Jaktne e* meanest ao kt* o4 talonaaUOll forclsled
4 of W for a first grade ..rUft",.. Oar rrgardjas loads Ia y,
tIOQ.F.rman th
nwaty. R
manager kaaltW'ed"
.. I know he .... -... Qrtak1ag. Mr* tJsis ,roast, f*Irty
wh was the highest average made arooa4 tore are v.ry much '.pp>e Toe .... ym. .... -.. hiebroothT I* taoroogbjy ea v.r.aat wits land tlUe..Jean W

i by y ooa.a.JI .: dUt>*artem 4 out scout of the dry Ur, "*.. *-I n o-_ that ---- i iEL
Hunter is Noe of the brightest weataer. XI w* do*'*gel nu* soon we Mr. Je k.tste cover ktssis SB* arras :

k aDd taast ooaa......, teachers U they will ao* make. say .... w1wG be ese bees dsUdttn*. -VOYLE.
8ut swd has remarkable ..
enjoyed FIRJS. Acoipcrr. BtrBOUR"l .L'IfD UIDEX.'rITT
saceeee twererer she has taugfct. Be w satins a aaab.r of pvslagl Araer.sn Dr8tr1U1rCZ. .y'rh'
eras emnrVyed la the Fort Fierce tUr Vljfor. itttr stir REAL ESTATE UD em sad LO.tS EalrUaJa 8OIIIpea..

.....1. laJJLaa River last ..... She your otrn hair; aot the kind you Q-at.of"Y't.Cka: vI , e ___ __ _

..N It BOW vUiftag frieads at Courtney, bay I But you ftraloclag yours? - .&
bat*xpe fjgo to Ulfti Spring la a '1'lsas b9 tUtortl tfWy

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Jt boxes RECCIVEO.rJ >
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,"'."tv ....1 Delivery and Collection Service *$":';"$" %rv-v.._
Being Improved.
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// i With that energy' for which he is to ..* / k be commended Postmaster Aroow {. I.

'/ k. a& endeavoring regularly to improve the d.

? fattrr ... Th latest improvement wil!

v ? Flo be the exl.IIIIIun..f the free mall eol a Nis

lection, the number of bores being

ceremony, increased from twenty-four to tbirt) :
frp 00 roum in which four.
:; \ I
.. L took place was dec- Po,tmliter Aroow has received ten (7 ( II
;
.. oases, palm., ivey and new boxes two of which are known aa s1

.! be large window of the the combination package and letter !

.... f.1 ea of the room: opening out box. These boxes will be placed at

,;: a soene of tropical grandeur convenient places on the square, and '.W -- I !

a setting for. the occasion a* in future patrons may mail their pack-

\'ally Perfect.aa the imagination of a ages; without walking to the poatoffiae,
-$poet could conceive I which will prove of great convenience

.promptly: at, the hour appointed// to say nothing of the saving of time '
When O. K.
you place your on anything you are positive
tot JSrie H.&lJ. superintendent of Heretofore it has been Impossible to k

d. twenty school, )Miami took bit post bulky packages on the street;only it is correct and as it should be. You are willing to .

Abe piano and announced the letter boxes being in commission.
'l
stand by mark-your O. K. When the NATIONAL
n"g f'of the bridal party by playingvtlh&'Lobengrin In speaking of the new proposed rural your I

';1:. wedding march. The free mail delivery route No. 2, the BISCUIT COMPANY puts this trade mark in red and white f
:'t'j foom accompanied by his friend Mr. postmaster stated that the proper pipers ,

;kv tti J. Oakes, Marion, S. 0., e /Bred had been forwarded to bedpost- k ou each end of a package of Bis

'$.4throngh! the doorway opening upon the office department at Washington, and cuit. Crackers or Wafers it has 1

?. 'le9tgt veranda followed by the maid of that the route may be established at I

!':.honor Miss, Lena Rogers Darlington, any day. This will afford two rural affixed its final O. K. which absolutely ; IA*

\ "-f.S/pM. and the bridesmaid, Miss Fannie routes, and others will be establishedfrom the t"

ti'i
ijAMrs., Ella M. Marshall, Canonsburg, to secure same can be the package to be the very super- ;
'; i#''Ptnneylvaniathe bride and her father mace. sr
lative of excellence. To learn what
r/ '.D. the order ,
oj' given, through the sooth Dying of Famine M
'dour opening into the library At the this trade mark really means try apackageofGRAHAMCRACKERS
Is, in its torments like dying of con
"t*inclusion of the ceremony there was
sumption. The progress of consumption }
;la r .a.n informal reception and a delicious
from the beginning to the very
,r.f' 'bulfst supper served end, is a long torture, both to victim or SOCIAL TEA BISCUIT. rte
''! 'be decorations throughout thehouse
f; and friends. "When I had consumption 1i. '
were designed to perfect a color 9
first writes Wm. My
; in its stage,
r aeheme of and white. In the
l' green
; ers of Ceartosn, Md., "after trying different .,
4 northwest corner of the,, parlor where
i. ,
medicines and a good doctor, in
,. ..' she wedding took place the bride and
: vain, I at last took Dr. King's New Discovery NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
groom stood beneath a broad arch
which quickly and perfectly
,
.->, which was covered with moss and In. .
'
cured me. Prompt relief and sure
t. ,laid with ivey and white rosea. A cure for coughs, colds, sore throat, .
: :bank of moss dottejl with ferns and bronchitis, etc. Positively prevents'

; .lilies formed the background.; pneumonia. Guaranteed at all drug I I.toree.
I Price COo and f I a bottle Trial r
:la the dining room the decorations
t" bottle tree

: were artistic and in exquisite harmony ___ _n_ ._ ____ __ __ .__. .. .. w .
t? r'with the finishings of the room. The ARCHER HAPPENINGS. ,e
IlCAMoray In Sprlllna.
"'< long table at which the bridal party ".\n IJiiKllMi: |roft i.orcountry tt\+ttf'.l HI I.+ JBBL POLNA _DOT CANS B __ B< jjaB fc J fij _ji K '
',T. .at. had Its center piece in a beautiful Interesting; Budget; of News from That u few jeiim "!..to." ..,id! a New

if bunch of Marechalniel roses. The windows Thriving Town. York HUT*Intnl. "uud UK* liint I tiling THITIMETOPAINT. '
.
IS
.V: were draped In moss and ivey, Archer, June' 13 -Mrs. Curry and \vliUli nttriuUil hi. attentionMI-! the

,,: 'v while the mantle and doors were made baby are guests of the Magnolia Hotel KjH'lllne; of the wont'whl.ky' In mi mlerll lep.rtaet H.m.raad.m. ,TM.....r.r.b r., ..wr.r.er..M r.r.w I.w.-1,.. .. t
ka.rieh f with the fan palmetto. this week ; also Mrs. Wy man of Braden- %' !.r! **.r"MSMJ.'M.tmt h.Mw,. Irr".ur.1r w..r,,IS w..a".aw saj S- .Lrr'A.-..I.tr a,.,.I ,
I'. +",*" :The bride, who Is one of the fairest town, who is visiting friends-here. prominently ,U"IIII"t"tl|, fioiu iniuiv ISM lwrw.p* .111 r.r. BM*sjawMs a taw

;1- of Alacbua'i daughters, was in her Mrs. Mari6n Smith baa gone to Atlanta ]K>iut8 of "lIlItll ". The professor. waaucruHtonml I 'Above all. USE: GOOD PAINTI!

:fe wedding gown a lovely picture of youth to visit her daughter, Mrs. Fleming to Spell \vbNki\v The 0111 I lintrttl n.11. I lug purr kntml is the "life"-.hc one gtrnl re qui.-
"lie did not however qlll.\l111I\ tloorrtft itt of good punt lot which ihrrr a m uh V"and beauty. The gown was white silk VV'inecoff .> liens of the 1I(1t'1l t 1 IIhilt I wit+ purr. lrch linseed oil it lo buy the oil and.Ig s
tJ f 'trimmed in point aplique lace. The! The Ladies' Aid Societyltu@ a social curium to know why 1U ml! ,'rU..t.r

4|: :-veil was adjusted with a circle of and ice cream supper at the hall preferred the nhotter vonl. ;=

r*, orange blossoms and she carried a on Fiilay for the benefit of the manse "The bu+ht.a114 man receh e.l liH In I
V :'boqoet. of white roses tied with tulle. fund. qtilrer polltel.t and III nui'\\e't tu theprofoHHor'K rptrttelr.: For twry gallon ./ KinUxh Paint f.y on. gallon of 'Untt t oil.,
_ Thai makes two Killoo ol-fMinl. re.Jy I.., UM NIHJ then. know the l the pellet rr
tThe bridesmaid wore' white silk mull Mrs. :McEachern[ : of Meredith Ras que.tluu| null . "
< .
fow'rr putting on your house u li r- ,he crnuuw il) a in 11. and p inl I* not
t!f. trimmed in the new embroidered lace. shopping in Archer, on Friday. Our meilKNl of Sicilian tnnki'M un, pint uixlru u contain*50'of rrally, purr MlVf will hinhtr" o.plaln the virtue, .
the llliiinlii.ilInn cat un xiru oi Kinloch Paint if you' will/ call aiHiKSTERNBERGER. u..
1IPN'K""r
"
i
_The maid of honor wore light green Bessie and Mr. Marion Smith of .,
." ..Ilk trimmed in point d'.Alencon lace. Dutton were visiting friends in Archer letter In our electric III"" .:- & PHilliPS I II

_ f The matron of honor wore a white this week. ,
f., A < .uerou. OKvrVli ,
t' silk trimmed in point aplique lace and Albert Anderson, who has been clerk- \ <
,t, '*' touch of gold. t ing for Fleming Son, has resigned CII./MIt I Ion In St. Louis In tlN>i tlhe \'1"\ .

t!' The bride is the stepdaughter of his position and will take a short vaoa- Itoti the .la|>n n<'*<' ten |h.m..u Dud for H

:,i} 'MaJor C. 1'. Huffman who before retiring Lion before taking a business course few minute, HhiM,k h.MiiiU. tvlth.oe uf

',: from active business life was this 'all.Dr. the waltrene III lie oll>e colonelM! >' JDttab1.1Mno<1 107U

:r; .one of the leading merchants of Pblladelphia. MrMillan has purchased the prac- men Mho NiK>ke u 111I0"t no lIiiKlUli: |lotexpre.s
,j'1 i.i member of distinguished ( She a the tice and good will of Dr Underwood atMootbrotk.

: Coward family of South also purchasing the drug without vonUMimy hIc.FwwTTC1S1&C0.E:
brad
week, lifter Miss Keller
Carolina, one of the oldest and Croat store. He will be associated in the .
returned to IloMtoii "lii* heunl from miofllclal
if-#- prominent families of the Palmetto drug business with Albert Hancock of of the et.o.ltbn| ii that one of

fl '..e ate. She i. a :young woman of noble that place. tho Japunee Miillri-HM-H bad gone! to I

\ .character, rfweet disposition and floe Miss Aida Bauknlght has returned a 8t. Ix>ulx |>li)'ulrliin and asked to B A :t'TJ.< S-

intelligence aud takes with her to her home from Meridian, Miss., where she have ou" of her <.><,... luki-n/iut and given

,.:aa.w home at Live Oak the best wishes has been teaching for the past year to Miss KellerMi.'ii ulio WN told
:ot a boat of admiring friends. Her brother Frank and sister Ruby and that Such u gift "n.. lniMMnlltl| "lie
\. the groom is a leading business man little Miss Louisla Trimble went to wept, in l ltcr( .1I"n|JIJ".J; lnlinfiit.I Oo a .nr.l bknklctf r..i.in*. rb..oeetaat.' or bead b.aa.r..olr/rer.IMna.f.rnl.n..reb.sl.. sad at"'r* ,
of Live Oak, where he is universally Qainesville to meet her. Miss Alda's --- r.fl.l*.4 on r...orbl. Mr at*. a3Mt.lat ,...JI1I.,0 a.hl.d, ."" ....... "I .1/
A tarr at \.p..t_* III. ....Mibl. poinu la ma UolM ttt.t.*. .
esteemed. many friends were delighted to see ber. fewer ,
Napoleon III., ",11,111101110 I I" )'
' )dr. and Mrs. Rogers left for six
a
;
t'relative to help" un t limn nay oilier ovrrelKu. -
weeks' trip, to Darlington and other A Bad Scar. << wan trying one day to convince! GA..IN'mBV"lT..Lm: : : FLORI]:') A.

.points In South Carolina Some day you will get( a bad scare, a coulu. whom lie fled. l nlready' generously ,
.' Many beautiful present were re- when you feel a pain In your bowels, aided, that It wan Impossible for -I
him to Inert* .* her nllownnc The: __ __ __ _______ _
.*lved, quite a number from friends in and fear appe dleltl.. Safety lies In '

toe North and East and South Caro Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sure cure, prlne/ea took U lina. oa she was leaving JiM In a tauntluaT LI HRARY VOTING( COUPON. _
Without any breach of propriety for all bowel and stomach diseases,

,the magnificent solid silver cake such a* headache biliousness, costiveness manner: I
the
of
burn nofliliiff
IXf-ldoOlT' yon This entitles the holder to two votes that can l b*> rail fo
.- emperor
of four bachelor friends of Live 'Institution eompllog! fur the. .beautiful library when properly
Oak gists' ; only 25c. Try them.In "Von fnlntjike.' my .l..lIr wtulu," r< i any
say be noted.Jlmong piled Njpoleuii) ,, with 11 'titH>rful inllr, filled out, signed and. returned lo the ballot'bosvs<< 'in .lth.r the above eti

.. the out-of-town guests M.morlarn. "I hare 1&1. family storrs, }

eat were : Mrs. Ella M. Marshall, --_.- .- k
monsburg Pennsylvania ; Mr. W, In loving memory of our dear brother A....... t'r..pw..l."Fmer.onla I wale fir 1"ltl1.II.

Hare Live Oak ; Mr. ,,-. J. Oakes, Horraee K. Allen, who on June I 8th, alai) we merge<< our I

a Harica.8. O.; Prof. Erie hall Miami. after many yean of patient suffering, twain f .ter
entered Into his eternal "1 am not ."rort" . rest.
.; Capt. Geo. M. Lynch wife andjpltildrepr Waldo" TilE UAILl( "t 11!r. ,
Gainesville. Fla. Misses Dearest brother thou hast left us for .
; .
.
,In d
That airr
"Ttaok ) Laura Ay cook and Pet Wells. Worthtngton thy home beyond the skies .. .
hall M wr ftr !
And our heart are aad and lonely, >
Spring; Mis Snow Ward tears of grief bedim our eye. CourierJournal.E. '.

iMviile, Oa. ; )II.. Lena Roger Tie hard to give thee op, but God In __ n_ . _ ---..-- HOTEL
.ngtoo, 8. 0. ; Dr. aDd Mrs, Curtis, Ills mercy knowetb best, THE EVERETT .
i ig* Height ADd after the long patient year* of suffering H. WATERS ,
he hath taken thee home to ,
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Old Sore rest.Speak I 235 W. Buy St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
to our hearts, dear J..u.juston. PRACTICAL
eet DoreIaoct. Kan., May 6. Je02. eotnfortlag word of lon. .
514 Snow LJaimcnt Co. Year Rest in peaee, dear brother la your ('..tnU, ......** lai.r..fnly repaired. sal rtMvaU Newt, .; t.,.......

r i .:Liniment eared aa old sore oai happy borne above.BBJMI. U. BcatL. PAPER HANGER Earepsea r'''', ,

of my ebia that wa sopped ,-
i a ......r. The sore waa stubborn If the Baby la Owning' Teeth House Painting E:. :11tA80N':: ProprLetnr.J ,

hroald not yield so treatment, oar Be sore sad raw that old sad well- and Decorating. .__ .. . ..
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tried Soow
Liniment which did
fork;' In short order. My .lakr, tried remedy Mr. Wlaalow'a Booth
a Sophia J-. Carson AlUacvill. lag Syrup, for children ...'h18C. It Brown 11...*> ('.. er, GalaeUUlet fla. '
j a Co.. Pa., ha* a ION aa4 ml- sooth. lie JalJd. softvtt the gnon THE DAILY SUN,10 a We eeL
i that it .U ae.aar !,}"," Hod101I allay all pate Mir.. wind soils aDd lathe
i bottle. Sew by W. M. John. best remedy for d rr"oea. Tw.o- I Full ll.. of Y.aid Wall Paper
.,.e.* seats s tacit!.. la stock at lowest. prices to U.*. trm4. . .

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@;m @:tUt, Tb<> decision...of. the,Supreme" Court The Ocala Banner has the following' '''
I
a that no member of the Legislature It under the heading, '"L Galion of the Li

,, Bn.ere4 a*the Poat'Offie tot Gainesville.FlaM .. eligible to appointment as ,a member University of Florida;. which will be A Healthy4A

aeootuJ-elmss Batter. of the Board of Control created by the read with interest : '
Well
Bock man bill| was no doubt a great relief "If Lake City shall Jose the University -
H. B. McC HY. BdJtor: end Publisher.
to Governor Browardi Had not of Florida it will be largely: her ;
ASHLEY Associate :: .: :
W. W. Editor.
herself to
rendered
such opinion been there I I. own fault and she will have
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JESSE'8TJKTZ.' CUT Kdltor. little doubt bat that he would have blame. Almost since the birth of the

:, deemed It Incumbent upon him to appoint Institution the lives of its presidentshave

" LOUIS J. BRUMBY.Uen'l Traveling1. Anent I at least a member etch of the been made as 'uneasy ts the '

House and Senate on the bo.rd..nd head that wears a crown." Li"
F.X.FREW ITT, Snpt. Compofttor Boom. of
thus make those who were la uameD. "From Kost to Sledd-a period

', r.lla, enacting the measure res ponsl- more than twenty years-it has almost

., B 434 ble for its success or failure. The deeiiion > been a continuous repetition of the
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of the ,Supreme Court, however i same story. vases 4
Tae DAILY SUM,published every mornlpf e*. leaves the Governor free select '"Dr. Andrew Sledd the head 1 and the HOST PEAl *'
apt Monday,delivered by carrier in the city,or ; to present A VEGKTJUHJt COMPOUND
nailed to any part of the United Bute,postag the board without consideration of the of the institution, son of a distinguished LIVIA MIDICINZ; DOWJf. Do not fill your systsa ji

free for|)ay ear; |j.jo rix months; $13 threw claims of those who took an active Virginian. son-in-law of the with Ca.1omeJ Arsenlo or Qalnlne. KUDfK I. a a &

.saonth|or 50 cents for 'fin w" *-.trictly la i part In the passage of,the bill. eminent Georgian Bishop Oandler andcure for .io diseases D. It will edNALllxiltwithout 1 1es.. "

} a dvaoce'-. J ..... The decision of the court is In line and as grand and pure a man as ever ing any of the deadly effects of many drugs use4 for tIIIt'l I Ipurpose.

,Reedingnotlceein locaf Column to cent a line with the editorial published in these put foot on Florida soil ; a man of One bottle pwrchassd today mal save you trans .

.rh braid insertion and S ante. for each additional columns Jane 9th, citing the Constitutional great intellectuality and strength of a sick 1I tomoQuickly cures MIis*asM. C3./
.' in.e tloa provision' that ""no Senator ormember character and by education and training tleSriryfWsU, Malaria Chill*, aDd all Ur
Ratulor display advertising made known oa = .::... Used and recommended by the medical profession -
of the House of Represents- splendidly fitted for the positionhe
application.The generally.A .
fives shall, during. the time for which occupies, was held up to public PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT

Twice -Week Sun .U an bt-paplort.,. be was elected,be appointed or electedto censure in the Florida Legislature by PROMINENT

column paper, pnblUhed eft",.Monday andThursday any civil office under the Constitution one of Columbia cooot,'. own repre

'I' and contains all the acwa of UM of this State, that has been created sentatives. Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physician of Umatffla.fla .
r week, local State and general ,and will be Heroine in
or the emoluments whereof shall "The institution is a veritable 'fiery says: 1 hare been using always
nailed, postage free, to any part of the United toe and am well pleased with the results. 1
States'or Canada,for'1.00.year-la advance. have been increased, daring such I furnace; through which Its presidents beet some on hand and think it a grand medicinefor )
time." 'sod officials are made to pass like the Biliousness and Lrrer Complaints."
) k All advertising bills become due alter first .
It is also In keeping with the contention Hebrew children of ancient tlmel '
of advertisement, unless otherwise Substitotra
appearance Avoid All
stipulated in contract. Parties not known to us & of learned' attorneys, during the Kost, Kern, DePass, Clute Yocum taliB ttle,50c

will be required to pay for advertising la. primary campaign of 1904, that certain Tallaferro.'Sledd, etc., like Shadrach, Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

fi t'. nace. Address, TUB DAILY BUN, candidates. for.State offices were Meshacn and Abei-negohave: in turn

04JJfAYILUI" .. Ineligible for the reason that they had to pass through the furnsce. St. Louis, V. 9. A.TOLD .

were' members of the Legislaturewhich "Lake City has permitted the institution -

This Is Flag Day, the anniversary of bad increased the emolumentsof to become mixed up in its local

'a t the adoption of the Stars and Stripes the office to which they. ...plred.No politics and factional fights, and Inconsequence
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f1 as the National. emblem.. doubt some of the supporters of of which its hands have AND RECOMMENDED BY' '

t -rrt the Buckman bill, who desired to be not been upheld by its people and its W. :Id. JOHNSON::: Ga.i.c..e: -11e.aoio.r' .

r The supreme court of New Jersey has appointed on the Board of Control, are usefulness has born hampered and at

decided that '11.,. pigeons cannot be sorely disappointed at the decision times almost paralysed.

4 shot to. show the skill of marksmen Because there IS no remuneration attached "Here recently when the attack was ''''''''''''' ''

; t to the office they Relieved>> they made upon it by the legislative visiting

r'The' blank war going ,on around were eligible to appointment but the committee and it wanted. defenders on

i3 1 Washington and Baltimore promises to highest tribunal Florida has decided I the floor of the Legislature, Its home Ilf You Are Insured

be a very 'exalting though bloodless that "an office Is an office', pay or no I representatives' were Its worst detractors. .
?
i coolest pay," and The Sun points with pride to It was' sorely wounded In the ( /

the fact that It was the first paper, if house of its friend

RSU see Col. Bryan has hired an associate editor not the only one, to call the Gover "The people of Florida, outside of In a Company that is Responsible Have Policy Correctly
Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
rw* a M1 having found the work of giving nor's attention to the matter. Lake City, are beginning to feel that \ Pays Losses Promptly r

advice to<< the President more than one the University ought to be located
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t man can stand.A CLEANING CARS. where .It will not be subjected to these r

constant perils ; where it will be more You Are AssuredThat

_ Chicago woman says that children I In accordance with the suggestionsof loyally upheld and where all will pull

1: should be paid five cents for every line the State Board, of Health railroad together as one man for its .uee.... serious loss
no can overcome without have
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you you
,. of Bah companies In Kentucky have made rad "Gainesville and other cities are
3 ? 7 poetry they torn out. I Grown _\ refufe.
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working strennooy far its location
teal changes In the method of cleaning
1, r up poet. would be glad to get that and err i&Vrmg magnificent induce #
414 much. passenger ears and in the Interior arrangements ments."

of 0.,.. At present no )
) Fire Life Accident and Heal Imce.
4,., )lr. Hearst declares that he does not ears leave terminals of the different t.erlptlvr. *

want to be mayor of New York, and as roads in the State until they have been OrnrxlfutluT. doing some carpenterwork

,t 1 be says it In o.ph.ll.Uen his decision thoroughly: cleaned and ventilated.Dnsptdors and flntllng tie> needed some i None but Reliable Companies Represented. C
screws, wilt little Mary to the hard-
r is probably final. Billy would rather have been placed in the /
wore store I him. When
to-got some for
"! i be the "roaster" than the mayor smoking oars and In other day coaches. she got U
and the heavy curtains have given WI' word.!-..-xarevr. At last she said. / .A, :M.: CUSHMAN: tN

_+a ty The S,. Louis Republic has been running to ,llght hanging which do not catch "Grandpa wants mmie nails with ruffle \ ,

k ; a series of articles on "The Part the dust. on.-" I.lf.>. Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA C

the Smiths. Have Played in History..u ', The ears on these roads are not allowed -

It Isn't a marker to the part they to run over forty-eight hour Wanted Retail Rat... /'V\I\I\/i I'o.I' I\I\I'

r' pave played in the city directories. without being cleaned. Sleeping cars A North rnrollnu, negro railed at apreacher's - .
(r rldD l one night anti akr -
; also renovated
are by a steaming pn PARTIAL PRICE
LIST OF
oes t that I. Intended to kill the
Just another inducement to college germs, "
marry mo. Huh? 'Veil.H Bald the
{+ + j students, It Is stated that a Kansas although It would not seem possible .preacher "1 usually get $.'\." "Ix>r', Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.

farm.,'. daughter gives three kisses for them to survive very long in some boss" exrlnlmed the negro "I ain't ,

It +, and a hag to her father's hired man of those hard bunks.Uslnetvllle gwlne to marry but one woman!'*

who shocks the most wheat Jn! a day. EXPRESS PREPAID. Bulk (Jowls-Jpg Free-Set Prepaid.

U, Uo it, boys I thinks that the Huckman Full Q,. Measure. 4 Qta e QtL! It Qts
; ....... 'l.IIO Per Gallon:
-- bill was a stab at the other State Hunting Club Rye '1116 N 00 t 7 00 Rrc.010. COrD. Uood <
r If Russia" could only make It appear schools ; that. the bill was passed with INSOMNIA Neblon.r-1D COUD Rye I' Rl'e... .. .. .. .... 1\10 S \214 425 tw 1I II 00 Rye. GID.'Corn 2.00 l'erGaUon'UOD Rum. Fine quaU\

x that she was willing to quit the war the hope of killing off the otber HaDDe'."44" Rye .. ..,. S 1& 1\ (is) 11110 Rre. Gin Corn..Rum t Ben :

j: t+ because It was too heavy a strain on schools and building up a big "Hlale Bocl&IDrops. .. -. ..... s 110 e.o ltoo SJ.OOPer GaUon\ for: the DIODeI'
Malt Wblllkel'' .. .... ... :t.75 5 I ",." Rye I'eacb and Apple UraD4r. Mellow
) the Jape to chase them all the time, school\ at Lake City. Just to show the 00 11110
1,_..... a.'a. .... ,.,.. laa.a.-1u. l'eaehBrandy. ,. .. .,. 375: 5ro p60 e.. &Me.
bS,1 she would be on hand with the money boys a thing or two, Galnearllle will ", a.I.a. t a.... _. Co,..., .....p J..... .. .......
. Apple Oundr. t: 111 1100 social l.ropeRye.
w 4 . .. ; .... .. a. .. .. D 110 Victoria
E to settle at once. I make an effort to secure the locationof ') ell... .a....ey..,.ot.r.. ...O Y I the school at their town. It looksas C.... "J MI.tr say sr.. ....-......... :::.e1 to r,' In..4. N Geneva uln -......... 375 100 .. IiO LEMP ST. LOUIS BEER
.... North Carolina Corn Per Daa
1' The Pennsylvania Railroad fast train If other towns will also bid for the a.om. Klfla.'I In.es1 )lOI&DalDCOfD. .. . an I No f.00(00 100 Yalstatr Beer.. . . . ... . ................I._
} JamalcaRum .... . '''' 11110 EJltral'aI" . .. .. ... ... -.. ........... s
ocatlou of the school and It Is f Z72&
:, from New York to Chicago in 18 boors, poesl- Fa "PcSrordRllm. . . a 111 9tsdad..4.. 1 so
I .. .. & .0 III Malt.e .. .. . ....... ... . ...
r ,,;+ lost 15 minutes on account of a hotbox ble that One buildings will be erected flee fl+yw.la4ANPl Ur..Un.Ddr. an 101) 11110 :>ttndark .. .1 Os
K1Dcr 0' Ke"'I'. Bourbon 375 Coburrer.Imported. .. .. . .. .......... .00
but reached Chicago four minutes b jr the successful contestant.--l>.LandWeekly'News. 6 00 11110 I.....a Ale, l lnts. "................. ....... I.
A-.r\mea' Allowed AU Goads. of Same .. ..... ...
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a'1 "l ahead of time., During the run it made i Pile.. UulnDe Prices by\Ou'.Jllau.the bbL on aplIUo.\lOD.........1.
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i ;, three miles In SA seconds. '- - -- -

_ -- -- The battleship Kentucky has been c.Twoano U'8-IUM HANNE JACK80HTILLE. w
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W. ADAMS ST.
i w The Atlanta Constitution Is having doing some great shooting at target .. a FLA. t tha.
: something to say about "missionary practice. It may be called hone to -- - ,

efforts. to lead the trusts to the blue grass country to settle some rt.ame.FalMaal P.****.'I'M.......4 D...... . llt. GaaaM.' President H. E. TATLOM' Cashier
c' "f repent 11. *).*..o.V "."". M ._.Me: .
Vf -, f. Oao. W. Hrna. Vice-President +
ance."' Was It to encourage that sort of the feuds. .o<4 la II. T...son la. tol>l.. ,tow.4MAtMto4 "u U. Las OaAHAM. Asst. Cashier t
M...._jeer-*.r b..l.SWrnag I
of missionary effort }lr. Rockefeller a.ea.ey Co.,cktesg. say
recently subscribed 9100,000 "Love Is honey mlied with gall" AMUALSUE TEN Mil iHi i if THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

-- says a poet. The gl l I. furnish the honey

t part and the boys do the rest.STATC 4'
The railroad commissioners of Kansas

h have ordered the Union Paolflo to 't'u MEN M eta AND 41 I..s..I.W WOMEN.t OE: oA TTSTES v XJ...JLS:.

a' reduce Its. rate on grain Now we or OHIO CITY or TaLanoI. w I r. .
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; malt have a finding from some source L'cu COUXTY. J ,..uw..u.i,. .Intuln..uwe f e..se ..,,v..... I THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA COCapital.

declaring the Kansas railroad eommUsloners Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he a [vwtsaelCa ,

an Illegal as well as an impodsnt I Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. aa 150,000 00 ',

r bod,. Oheuey A Co., doing business In the I>*F SMI tlr r to Nap. ,n wrvtsw l 4. fee
Si aa. i w Oily of Toledo county and Slate .'or.. (aee+n.e.NS.a*t rse. et . 30,000 00

ti said, and that said Arm will pay the I DoN ..lsrnly a eaaktag l+e araeSllaj...
The people of Galnesrllle ar. all ........ Seal to any baa .a ... asase Z.oOetasee / .i" '.'
se.oa.Ia 411 Merekur. .
urn of OKB) liUXDRXD IXM.LARd ecw-- .... 1...,...aue.. I
1 ualtad la bulkllttf np the cliy and the for each and every ease of catarrh that rspMiaJarraa' ...., ...U..kasiama, ua aa Mtf prcaaVyR. .

fact that wa ha.. had local option fur *. TAYLOR.Ouater. '
snoot be eared by the see of Hall's PATENTS ., .. ,
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J two years and the city Is still prosperoos CAtarrhCwa, F&aXX J. Clfr.\L.Y -- -- - ---- -- L

Is evidence safficlent to satisfy all Sworn; to before ana and sub*>rib' dIn

that ws can get along without It, In ... U D = I J B. F.
my P". . this ta day of December ="" U. :;' = nu.LJFEAKD JORDAN
our bosln ea at least. I' A. D. 1SS4. tw:.=,_ ..= ___. '
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_ (84.1). J.. W. GLEABON 1nA+w w4/4 Wa.uYw 4wM1 ..a.. j OfTHB
annoanoe his randl& i KOTABT. J uo.lIaU' .,....,...,. .'
O.p'Uobeoa OLDEST
p,,_, Psc*. itd.devlyea ..
Oasarrh 0... la taken Inter- swat
lacy for Oougreaa ageless OoJ. Hank- -- yitMi..
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Dally. tad acts dlraetly oa the blood see:h..m, asst,. swr...... assn. AND BEST COM INSURANCE
rr head. That "bo,., child dreads the and uoeooe eaHaeee of the system. waesrs.vow. a 0-

flr.M ..sa.. dOM not seem to hate : Bend for tatlmomlels. .fre.. P.1lOU

properly. impressed llobaoa. llobaoa K. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O.
about I Bold bv aU druggist. Tie.Tak.Hatl's G A-SN 0 W
dOM not esre any more a 'D'W
I Family Pills for constipation.
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J SENTENCE SERMONS. Notice ef Incrt ratl.n.Ntttoe i a,'

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I a.A .. I Killing time Is a sure! way of spoiling U herebv-gttea thftt we. the uncle
/ID MISS n. nOnTOn. character. t"ofd. Intend to ..ppl to he Oovemor of the r.. t
/ Wale vr FlorUit for Letter Patent l<>be tr
T& I Reverence Is the foundation of lastIng sued to W. H. Thuoik Rest Estate ('omp..HT.propnNetl .
lyr" love. a corpuraiioa under the I.w".r. the
l Mate of .'or1da. of wblcb oooinunT the foJowlnir -
.' Dm Various I I Hatred often comes from only knowing nhitll. be the Articles of IncortM>, .
This notice .In
/ NOTIONSAND half of given pursuant to the requirement k?
a man. *or the
Iat. ol Florida and l the Artlolea
li",l of State.IMPORTANT The sense of duty In a sign of the of Incuniorutlon! h..e been tiled with th.-Secretary _1
of Mute and Me given below
divine In man. W II TIIOM\S.

1 EVENTS The only sure thing about a lie Is thatIt C. W CHASK! 1 Lt
K:, K. YO\"L.;
''I NOVELTIES.So will never die. -

In It Is hard for the Jerk to see whypeople I A HTl,-i.c: 1 The name of the corporation
Kring "The Land of
Flowers. ".JUC XV K. Ttl.iM,.RatI.Ia.IAT.C"NrAYY:
to prefer the Illy. and Iw principal pUee. << of buduee. hall be In t
fangs "Boiled Down" to Suit the Ualneartlie\ Alnohim
Many mistake their dreams about county. Florida but It
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may '.hll"h office anj anenole at other
'Busy Reader-Items of Interest toAll :MRS. J. A. AMMONS heaven for deed to Iota up th6re. i I place within the Mate of FI..rl<1a.

I Classes. After robbing Peter to pay Paul a A.Tn'Lan1'11" general nature of the bu>l-.lnem I
to b* tranleeted. bY the "ur\'ua\lun U to
man usually forgets to settle with d.atlll. buy roll. lease. suit tuorwatte: real e.-
The Episcopal church at Sarasota istoJtave Paul. tale and '.....*...nlll.o.P.ub'dl.'e" and lout .., -t tt
trwjti of land and Improve the ,
lay
unrne out
a resident rector. funeral is delayed a day because in There la nothing prouder than Ignorance and operate. a".r&le.. build and ereot boueea
Sheriff or more Ignorance than pride. and tHilkllnir of every crlptlon.conduct a
Jackson of Tampa has a gold this community of 6,000 souls the State p.Tal stores builnenx. operate Haw mill, col-
badge made of a Spanish doubloon board There are some so called unpollabed Sect rent and aol ..+ anent' for parties ownlnir
of health has and
no agent a land
or property adTanoe and l loan
gems that are not susceptible of being money on
Uuttor
] 8utisedptions are coming in quite permit must be obtained from Jacksonville poll.bed.-St. Louis Republic. ..

{. .rapidly for the new Baptist church at before a body can be transported stores. share bond..*. K.ourlU.n or obligation
or other t"orl"r.lon" wherever located
Fort Ogden. on the railroads is a conditionnot That Tired Feeling. and .ell. l lease, own and use machinery and buy ap- se
be pllauoe. aui>pU.* and ixrwonal. t>rot>.rtr ofwhatever
tolerated.
:The Palmetto News the Sooth to .... ,
says If you are JaDluld.df'prelted, incap- nature ne"" for the carrying
Kereaene Engine..
on of the buiUnevi. and this corporation nhall <<
Florida Grape Fruit Company of Piney Resolutions the Death of Miss Margaret able for work. It Indicates that your have power generally l to do < erforui.hate.,
Point la prospering on bold aixiulre and enjoy all other property Absolutely the safest and most economical ,
Robertson.At liver is out of order. Hvrbioe will assist power and thluuH. .. .a..U lie In..I,'."'. floe.sari .,- powr now on the market. All I
."God knows Apalachlcola needs a nature to throw off headaches, or expedient for ttid ounduotlnn the ne 11&f'a-I} 20 horse Write for
a meeting of the Epworth Leagueof e ary eratlon of the buidnen*. and irenerally to power.
waterworks system if any town needs rheumatism and ailment akin to nervousness to be vetted and have all the power* grant prices.
Gainesville, :Florida. June 6th, 1906, ed.or which way be hereinafter granted *">
one, says The Times the resolutions the deathof and restore the energies and corporaUon* for |>rutlt under the t.twt of the Thin engine i III not a "Jack at all

Mn. W. G. Patterson of Cocoa is following on vitality of sound and perfect health State of Florida.ARTICU ".d",." with dynamo or batteries and

Miss Margaret Robertson were J. J. Hobbard. Temple, Texas writes III The amount of the capital sundry triggers tn krep you "puss led,"
making a successful effort for a library : toed. of said company nhall b. Mftr ThouaaiHl
adopted : 1 "I have used Heroine for the past two Dollar divided Into live hundred nhare*. eacbot but it IS a "Craokar Jaok" to do your
7 building at that pla e. Into the presence of the Great I Am. the tar value of One Hundred IXillarm. to be work, and no mistake. Hold under fDIlgnarantf'
years. It has done me more good than paid In a* follows: Forty l er cent In propertyat Simplicity
or back.
Ivan Hayden, the popular entered the of Miss Margaret your money
manager spirit all the doctors It Is the best medicine a lust valuation, to be fixed b. thedlrcctonof lUelf..
of tbe Florida House St. Augustine, Robertson May :29th 19O aald oompapy. at a meeting called for that i h
,
ever made for inills! i and fever." purpose ten per cent In c..h. and forty >er
died on Sunday evening Whereas It has pleased the Almighty 60o. Hold by W. Id, Johtmon.VttvatlOM cent to remain In the treamirv to be dlnponett I CEO W. MOVERSFlorid
of In uoh
manner AH the director may denltfnate. -
Tbe Congregational church at Ybor In the exercise of His providence alaf'tmf'. h

has been sold to tbe Methodists, with to remove from ns by death our aid AvocaUoa."Avocation" AHTh't.a tV--The term for which thU cor -- .. .. .._
- - -- - --
portion I I. to exlm I.* nlnetyulne year
good will and all, it i. supposed.: loved and esteemed member and we is one of tho** unfortunate A tvi'LN V ..Th,. bUKlnemi of iMn. ooriMi'a rms

shall know her in this life no more words that are constantly being lion Hhall he eondiictnd bY a lreNldeDt, a
A handsome pavilion and garage are used In a wrong .eII... Strictly apeak- Vlce-Preatdent., a *('r..rJ". a TreaHurer and
forever ; andWhereas a Hoard of Three INreeton: the ortloe of Secretary
be built Pablo Beach the Daytona
to at by
Ing. 'It refers to something that calls
We submissive bow to a and Treasurer may lie! held by the name ,
owners of the Ocean View Hotel. man away from the ordinary occupation pernon. The Hoard of Ulrector..hall lie +
the will of Hiii out of whose hands are elected by the Miookholdern at the meeting to .
The Daughters of tbe Confederacy of of bis dally life. If you earn your be b.kI"n the ttrat Monday In July. Ittun, and 1
the issues of life and death and who
living annually thereafter. The limed of IMrrelor*
by drafting conveyances and Interpreting
Tallahassee will soon send a contribution shall elect tbe officer of the company The ,
all well therefore be it
doeth things ; legal subtleties and also arc treiddent. and Vloe-lVenldent
abet be elected
to the Soldiers' Home at Jackson
Resolved, That In the death of Miss often seen in leisure hours with a camera from aroung tbe Hoard of IMrectont Dm Beach
ville. the flrnt election, and until their ..uooc.sor..hall : :
Robertson the League has I lent a true In your band and have a dark room be iiualined. the followlnir oflloern, and

Tbe blacksmith in a Tampa shop and valued member and the community at home, then the law is your vocation director Khali conduct! the bunlneiw of the ---- si
company: W.IL Thou_ I'renldent, c!. W
went out on strike the other day, because a nobl young lady, and while we and photography your a"ocatlon.-IAD' Chase!! VlcelreMdent.; KK.. Voyle heoetary .
and ami W. U. Thoman. O.! W
a non-union man was put to our deep sorrow at this loss don Telegraph. Treasurer .
express fha and K. K Voyle until oon tltute the
work. and extend to her family our sincere tint Hoard of Director.. The "Kennice"Will
AHTICIB VI-The hltfheit liidbtedne or
*
Acute
Rhaurnati'sm.
Timber men are making a trip sympathy and condolence, we also real liability to which thU corporation can at. anytime

through Manatee county, buying all ice that in the life to come we shall Deep tearing or wrenching pains, occasioned mbleot Itself. U Fifty Thousand o.lI.ra.A .
"'1'11.' .. VII -Tha name amt realdenoe or acconmedatr! partita fer light
there is suitable for tbe manufacture Journey by the River nf Life and with by getting wet through, worse tbe IneorporatoMl of said. con>oraUw and

of lumber her hear the blessed words of the Master when at rest, or on first moving the the ubMirlbeni of ktook thereof, with the housekeeping or board with roods if
number of ah. re* ubttorlbod for by each. area For rates apply to
The Daytona board of trade has : "Well done, good and faithful limbs and In cold or damp weather, is follow:

Ballsrd's Snow Linlment. W. K. Thom.tUlnenvllle. Fla. '10 *bre*.
been reorganized, with E. T. Conrad servant, enter thou into the joy of thy cured quickly by C. W. Chaise Ualneivllle. 10'.. ISO vbare. C. A. KBNNI2Y Qoodall Fla.

as president and W. M. Moore secre Lord." Therefore we commend her Oscar Oleson, Gtli o. City, III., ):. K. Voyle.UalneivlUe. .,.. lOKhare*. -.-..-- .. - - - -

unto the care of Him who hath iaid't"Blessed t writes, Feb. UI. 1902: "A year ago I STAY or Fl*>.inA. i
tary-treasurer. ALA.'III1. ()OUMTY.Peraonaay (
The Florida
are they who die in the was troubled with a pain in my back. on ,hi.day. before me, a notary
Turtle and turtle egg hunters at It so bad I could not bend public In and for aid county and State at.
Melbourne Beach with Lord. soon got ix-ared W. K. Thomas. (l. W. Ch..*. and F. I\\:.
are ,meeting Resolved, That of these resolutions over. One bottle of Italian. Snow Voile, to me well known, and known to me to Fruit and Truck GrowerL.
good success. Turtle steaks are said copy Liniment cured me." Sold by W. :\1. be the I..rw.ma who -lUhMcrltMHl. the foregoing.
be furnished the bereaved family and neverally acknowledged before me tbathey t
to be very One.Allii.ton .ubtoarllHtd the .
and a copy recorded In the min. .awe.In J. .IlKUMIir FAlter and lrop'r.UCAL.1 t;
.. .
and sharks make lively -- Wltnt Whereof I have hereunto ..,hA'
Otes of the League; also a copy be band and amxed mv official eal tide. IMh daof F..!,
sport for visitors at Crescent Beach. Johnson.FOLEY' May, A. U luuft la taut AUuhua county
a-. sent the city papers for publication |l'teAL' ) I. K. WKIISTr.H.Notary .
One man bad a narrow escape from an MAUPK NEVIM.K, fublla Stale or ..,..I1<1a at '.''.re. One Tear. . .. ..... ....... . . .tl.OO
Cumml..kneatllro.Web. lltb. Itkio
eight-foot 'gator.Tampa'i MAYMK HILL, .. Mingle rvpies . . . . . . . 10
JOB MALI -
shipment of cigars for the ,

week ending June 3, were 4.080,000. Committee. LOW HATES ----
Florida Christian Advocate please
Increase of shipments for the present' HONEY 1110 TAR --
copy. A handsomely. Illustrated magaslne
to date. 10,086,000.
year Task.It Via Louisville & NaahvilloIluilroiul. devoted especially' to the Interests of
Huge 'r
Anton and Franc Bodenmlller, brothers I The original I the fruit and vegetable. growers of

left Mayport in a yawl-boat last was a huge task lo undertake the ; )l. Florida t

January, and it supposed they were cure of such a bad cue of kidney disease LAXATIVE cough remedy.Tb A special trial subscription of six

bound for Galveston, Tex. They have as that of C. F. Collier of Cherokee The following low roiind-trtp( rates months will be sent on receipt of 99Ante. #
genuine
never been heard from since. la. but Electrio Bitters did it.He from Jscksonvlllx lo various point Stamps ...... }'

writes : "My kidneys were so far ; TOUETS HONEV and TAR .. to North and W" sl will t bit in e Tel( ou .
AVhlt colored In -
Louis a spectator
gone, I could not sit on chair withouta a TUw paeksgs. Refnae sobstltnia. > dates shown. Proportionately low rates
tbe municipal court room at Jacksonville THE SUN
cushion : and suffered from dreadful Pv.par.d.nIy by from other point :
otted In" when the Judge sentenced -
t backache, headache and depression., *..., A Company* Or >e....
x a prisoner and he was given; J)0) rOHrLANP.OKKUON) ; 'MO kt),
days for contempt of court. It don't 'In Electric Bitten, however, I found a For Sale by J. \V. MrCollaai A (:o.GL1iESYILI.E'S . account Lewis ,A Clark Centennial Kalr JOB I PRINTING

cure, and by them was restored to perfect .. i Tickets sold certain date May 2.110
butt in. - -'
E always pay to health. I recommend this great Sept :2*. with final' limit Mldsys.H4N .
FAVOH1TF.HENOKT.
Sam Williams shot and seriously tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys FRANCISCO and 1.lJA ANOK- DEPARTMENT I

-i wounded Sam Larry, both colored liver or stomach. Guaranteedby I.Kri. CAL -Kale $Ml i ty'. Tlnkels sold >*;
:' certain dale -1'rlllO t<. August, 14. in.
: Monday afternoon, near the Seaboard all druggists ; price 60c.

depot in Ybor City. Larry is seriouslyhurt. date elusive of{sale final not return to exceed limit III Nov.)d.,.90.DKNVKK from. Makes a Specialty of All Kinds

The negroes bad been quarreling A Ill Iallatle

for some time before the trouble. Buck stone, the popular English comedian Alachua Pool Parlors COLO.-Kate N? 66. account of Plain and Fancy
International K wnrlh League
and dramatist, wee rather fond of |>
The Daytona ministers have met and telling the following story although it Convention. Ticket sold June :2tt to

:w:i decided that they "will not solemnise was somewhat against himself; C. Dare*. I'r.prlet.r.Located July August SO.6.Inclusive ; final) return limit 1

who has One night Feebler. Botbern and Buck-
J the msrrisgeof any person afi' CommercialJob
". HUFFAIX. N. Y,-ltat. $32 fiO, ae-
husband or wife living, except In theft atone were leaving the Its/market count Annual Meeting band lxdg

; \ ease of the Innocent party, whose husband theater come little time after tbe performance li, I' 0. t:. Tickets sold July It In 10,

i j' or wife has been divorced for wss over when suddenly in the Porter Block south Inclusive, final return limit July Vt.TOKONTO. .
Buckstone discovered a blllstlcker politI .. flrsl- Iass tables.
aid. .. Threw
1" adultery" aqo. CANADA-Kate 3A.y: ). Printing
I 'ing an election placard right upon the Good lights, and prompt and courteousservke. aecounl nlrnallooal Kpworth League

's r Th. large tract of land in Volo.ia I front of that sacral boos of comedy. The public is ool'dlaJllaYl&.ed yoovention.[ Tickets sold June 12 lo

and Brevard counties at the head of I "now dare you slrr be said In hI. and always welcome. 23. Inclusive ; final return limit Aug

Indian River known as the Segal I peculiar guttural' and Jerky manner. ---- --------- -.- oat :?8. . .For. .

Spanish grant of 16,000 acres, has been "How dare you poet bill. upon 107thHterr NASHVILLE TENN.-Kate 11028. r

sold under a decree. of the Unlred mm COUNTY account f'abnol" ()Ocjlleg Hummer '
Tb man paid no attention but wenton "Hehool Vanderbilt Biblical I... lIu'.. Business Men
Minafa
States court to 'helDdlaD River
lathering the placard wbkb he put Alaebua county is 06.400 aeres In Tickets sold e rtaln dates June II to ,

taring Company for 10000. op with an air of quiet defiance. area, has ?4H ml lee railroad. 9UO July 41 P lI..all1ml& tteptember 10.KNOXVU.U .

The Feraandlna Star says "that a Too miserable blllstkkerr said miles wa on road. M poatofflees. :. TKNK.-Kat lie M. Professional Men

Backstone. his mannerism coming' out 123 public chools, 37 pboephat eoant Hammer Kehool of the Hooib.riekeM ,

GOT HIS HAIR BACK. very pointedly with hla' temper. "If yon plants 2O saw mills.: 175/XO courthouse sold certain dale. Jane II to
five newspapers and pro- July let laelusivei float return limit ''
don't desist TOG scoundrel. Ill have Manufactories Etc
.
locked daces corn cotton. rive, saaar "ItpienWr .,. ,

w. r-fH'C' ..... wl.. ... ..erw4I yoa up. oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or..DIt" For fall Information Mhodul and xL

; V'ee ._....,. Iserylae/e Whereupon the man quietly making prschee, pears plants, pe- r.... to aD pnlnt North and Wet .all
Mowed Maryiaad btoek. a closing' dab at the poster said "I'll sane, and all kindsf vegetables.. on or write'OKO. K. IIKKKIXO, Flor. Legal Blanks oo Short Notice.

Meat***, swtacbt a. Urttto of New. have you locked up. yea Impoeter. If Ida Pa.s nger Agent L. A N. K. R.,

rpWJ.. April fl. ill. a4 bias. to you don't mind for glvln' SUCH a bd the Seat. aoa West Kay "t.. Jaektotivill, F''.. '.
Gainesrille County I...., from of
The following one oar
entire tNkMaea. Tfc heir ,.. Imitation of ltuetstone-could do It better .
-- -
Is .
mall order coslomeis .lf.esplaaa.
Ma ecalp were Dot 4e4 a.4 Is myself."-London Teltgrspo. I
be bad hair all orer fete ..*.. Has fourteen eharebs.. two pobti W. II. 81 BI gy I tory i d
J a. write.laa-d today my hat schools,the Kt Florida n>. LoaisvUle, Kj, Feb. 71. 18t.&

sj t !: and l.mH* t mm way e.e Stimulation Without Irritation.In private xbooU three newspapers. PJlY810IAf'f AfIJ 8UKUJOJf. U. U. M. )r.ary

I.IL- Newbro-e H.rplcM.wort. ce of stomach and liver tree We United Htat. land ofBe. th. bswater (JalnesvllU. Da.
alarm electri Dear Bin K."'lve4 I he prlasllng.
end wttb a fls'd firs ,.sem.
prtaetpt now
the treatment Is stimulate ..,..... .....
.Jf..AM.ted rasa
'
proper Uri ttot Is doe Dote and will tat
d"troy tb. -*** a4 yon re. and gas lights, two lee factorle. I.,..., v_..... witbe .... tr ..w..Mtte.w I matter say
6)t tT.tt. Ilerp4e4e d.etferfe.tly satUfMtorj. 1 like ta.

,. cairn* da.4rv<<. faZtaur .arr. Laxative Frail Syrup aids dlgwstkns ,cotton (ia,two woes fa4U..... e Wier ...,. -e.R1MM. nvelopee so lMb. Many thank for f

& baldne**. a* tmat wtt* tad and stimulate the liver and bowels three ralJr'OOl1l.1..n111Mr.... I( e3.. In Porter B ". 11 Z. Main I'. ft.OafMvuui I your prompt .,...'101I1.) fllllag order.

tae l&. e< [ ".lr at oex>* and a. sawby eve revUf/lac Mir.peotlae . MM. M. O. Gottavaay.g .
.t.ria $.,W tev ii asjr ,ill* or ordinary eatharttos. It doee . .. ."
< not aaaeeate or grip and Is mil4 sad Hani. Iw9 banks, and well en t!
.. *rxj lee. hi ctawJM for *av* e 14e1 to TilE STJW
H rpUM Co. XfetrUl Mica _SMS to take. J. W. McCoUons A tocke su>r eotnmertJal*. mbra t0g lie.every. Advertise in Tho Sun. c G Aj..IIS. Fla.t rfc

) BWlfeH a c... HpeeUI Agwfc eom p..,. thing I. the






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'1Il'"<" -,, met.F ;, ..,, _I"' .. . ""' .,. 1rst '''" ..... .. /. .. .Ok. , ....J'r ... ," "',.,'" .!'\Iiit,11
11"I"'i Mnr:;.;;+, ;, ; '' ' .. .,' "'.! ''I ": . ,.. ...
,d ''' " -It'''" -01' -< '' '\oj""ti'I'f"; \ .
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7" rF "jU ..
'M.o'L' S' i- .,...i 1 'M' : : ( ; ..
. _' .. R e:, 1' ,M': .: ,
:+ r' .......
..... ...." ..ra.. .a"t" Via Seaboard Air L1n. Account Sea. FEMA "
..... ..... Aps.._._ I $ YOUNG'S \.
CUREJ WKEE ALL ELSE FAILS km of D. P, O, E. :
'There Je a pathetic account of .M6Isere' : t' a
asst Ccah Srru.. T..W goad, The Seaboard Air Line Railway baa T XOXXUBMOrvU
last appearance which shows the U.. Is tints.. Gold by 4atpale.w OTHERS run COOBSKS FOR A. a. a ,
ry supreme courage which sickness: could been designated by the Florida Elks'
"
not dissipate and which was a part Association M their offlelal rout from Physical Culture, Elocution and Music, '

of him till death. Ills health bad long + Florida to the Grand Lodge Section at \
been falling and be had suffered for Buffalo. It U abe de.lrelO tlijXO went tbia ,.ear ta building sod ate U" .....
open"'aFlorida .. Good P>re. ,
1Mb. Q.a. 8wtauD1. I'VoL "'
years with a distressing cough which Elka' : .. .:--- li
Teaenen.
peelal train to leave FaoIllU of W Kzperieneed '
rapidly became worse. On" tbtf,Hay of EDIBLE BIRDS' NESTS. ;.tIe-: ,
Tampa at 8 July 8ih and Jacksonvllle -- ----w N
m.
p. A .
Scholarships
,
of Free -
the third presentation of La MaladeImaglnalre Expenses $209.) Limited Number ,
Th. War ... o.t.._.. at 9 a. July 9th. The train
Are m.
," 1673, be was so 111 that .r 1 r tile Senlon opens September..1906. For free eataiosrae address {
his wife and Mends entreated aim not Dr.ks I. ,........ to consist of dining, baggage ear and L COCUBANE HURT, )President 'Jj ,

i to perform. But he bas deaf to their Edible bird nests! are found In tbe drawing room Pullman sleepers

j appeals. "What can I dot' be aakL clefts of rocks or In underground caves through to Boffalo without change.

"There are forty workmen who have which are frequently of great extent. The route of travel will be via Seaboard

R only their dally pay to live upon, and John expc.s' writing of Ia bird to Richmond pawing through
t they will lose that If I do not act. I nesting be ha4' la Borneo Savannah Columbia Camden and
should reproach myself If I neglectedto says: "Off we went with about a dozen PRINTING
JOB
Raleigh R. F. & p, to
i : Washington,
give them their bread'for a single Dyaks, an the little' bronze aborigines
day." Though more than usually ,indisposed of this part of Borneo are called for and Penn. R. R. Washington to Buf-

be went through his part with guide The entrance to the cave was I. falo. ,Only seventy-fire passengers are

y. great difficulty. Once during jibe performance : so small and so elevated that I had required to secure this special I train Sec.d.y'"ou..r:: Ooae3bo

v4, the company could, not but some little difficulty In reaching It. service.

it eee that be was convulsed, but be passed After we bad traveled for aome distance Round-&rlp rates to Buffalo and return -
'J It off with a forced laugh. WhenIt we came across the Inevitable from Gainesville $34.05. THE SUN'JOB OFFIC :

was over be left the stage, saying stream. The ground, which was' to a Passengers from Miami and Key "
to his friends! The cold Is killing me." great extent composed' of the bed of West will re-pnrehate at Jacksonville
(; lie was wrapped up warmly, and his the .stream, was, rough and Irregular.We .
chair man sent to convey him to his were lighted on our way by torches Through Pullman sleepers for Buffalo S E..A. ]3 a .A. ::R :D
will
..
positively 8
Tampa at
1'' home. No sooner was be In bed than carried by our Dyak guides. At last ..
.,f he 'was seized 'with a violent fit of we came to a passage that seemed p. m. July 8th and Jacksonville 9 a.

7 coughing! which brought on a hemorrhage veritable eye of a needle, so bard It m., July 9th for the Elks and their
Air Line 1
and he died before his wife was to enter, for It looked so narrow friends. Secure your. Pullman sleeping Railway

4: could reach his side. Ills last 'words and confined that I despaired of ever car space now. ,

r were to assure his friends that the getting through It. When I fairly got Tickets on sale at rates named for

hemorrhage 'was not alarming in anyway squeezed Into the breach I could force all trains July 8th, 9th and 10th, but . FOR. . .

and urging them to take courage. myself neither upward nor downwardfor In order to reach Buffalo for the open.
that 'was the direction of the pas "
1 JAPANESE MIRRORS: sage-and there I was, suspended like log session ask for sleeping car reservation Savannah Columbia Camden Southern .
1 Mohammed' coffin or a trussed fowl. on the Florida Elks' Special.A ,

ti\ Some That Ar. Snppoard to ......... By dint of wriggling, however, I at day in Washiugtpn sight-seeing
w Male Qnalltr. last found myself on the top of the and visiting the government. buildings Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Washington -

+ Some JnpanoMc mirrors are supponedto pitMtiagp' minus a certain amount of has been arranged. -
Rr
poftwtiH! a magic quality, which linn skin and some buttons from my tight Stopovers of ten day, within final
rendered them objectn of Miponitltlou fitting khaki coat. limit on all extended tickets has been Baltimore, Philadelphia -

reverence for centuries, and, In fact, "Still on we jogged for the best part arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia

n'r' It has even puzzled<< modern science nota of a mile, when, lo and behold, the Baltimore and Wathin7ton.A :[ New York t
lltlle. When a strong beam of light cave In which the birds were breeding ,
trip to New York can be taken inconveniently
hI so reflected! from one of them as to and which: were to be the limits of our
/ be thrown upon a screen, there appears underground wanderings! A faint glimmer on side-trip rate. of $4.
upon the screen on Image In delicate of light could be seen through a Philadelphia to New York and return, fl

', tracery perfectly reproducing the pattern rift In the rocks far above us, and It good six days. '
Three Trains
vugnmsl In relief on the back of was through this small rift, which wasa The Florida delegation will be personally Elegant Daily. 4 4Seaboard

the mirror, which, of course!, In altogether settled paasage even to the Dyaks conducted by James F. Taylor, i

hidden from the light. Inaar theniMelvcs! that the birds passed In traveling passenger agent of the Seaboard
Limited.
r, much us the faire of the mirror preaeuts their journeys to and from their nestIng Tampa, Fla. Florida

n surface bat U i perfectly smooth, apparently grounds. Our arrival, of course, I Fer sleeper reservations or other information .
tho r'uun for this phenomenon disturbed whatever birds were there, :
( write( 8. 0, Bovliton, Jr., Seaboard
>" U difficult lo And Its C'OIlIfI', how end they disappeared as best they I passenger| agent, or A. 0. AlacDonell.nii Express.
ever, In BIUI| | |" enough The preliminary l could. And there, for a time, we watched tant general passenger agent,
operation of pollMUlog the faro'oiixlitn the I>yaks going through their gymnastics Jacksonville, Fla.
< lu scoring the rust disk with a of robbing tbe birds nests, -_ Seaboard Mail.

sharp tool ,lit every direction. with their ropes and long poles creep Bhttvrd While lie ftlept.
The thicker portions, where the or- lug uloug the high ridges and ledges In "My first day In In
IIII l itaincntntlou In relief Is on the back tho lurid light of the torches like unearthly "I was surprised when I awoke In

offer more rl"lltnllc', and tho result U siiecter. the morning to feel how smooth my MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT .
a "orrt''I.outllnlr| Inequality of the pol- "These peculiar nests are built by a face was.
Uhed surface. This Inequality Is not .PpPcii! Mi of swallow. The nests consist 'By Jove!/ 1 Bald, 'bow slowly my The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibuled train com- 3..
numdently uinrkod to be visible to tho of Khnllow, cup shaped cavities, trunrnte beard grew yesterday! I hardly need po.ed exclusively of new Pullman equipment-Dining Car Double DrawingItoom -
jtitkiMl cj..>, but It U. enough to turn the <\ nt one Hide, where they are at. to shave today: Sleepers Stateroom and Observation Car*-operating Augustine
gustine and Jacksonville to New York via Washington, leaving St.
ray of light, and thus tins pattern of tu<-h 12:10 Jacksonville
and
tho engraving 1111' the buck I... r"llrOtll1r. wall nod forming something like a with me to shave. every morning, and p.m. 1:20daily except Sundays. ,

xl on the S<.,....>H lu the muuitcrisl. d""c-rlh. two.tlilnls segment of a circle. It U so I bade the native servant a man

w, 11it>Mn no rullml inajtlc mlrrom are not always easy to get at them, as provided by my host, to fetch my Only Line OperatingDaily 1
IaO highly vnlue l that they Hell) from they are sometime gluM to tbe per- shaving things. The native mailed.
tl'll to twenty time* the prlftf paid for Ien
jmllnary on"". overhead, no that the nest hunter have he said. .
'
to settle these with and said
nags ropes 'Already shave.lr I.
For information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard or !
.
A P.f.ll.rlly ar Uho./.. liole to get at theta In substance I "Yra, sir,' he nnawerrd. 'I shaved write A. o. MACDONELL a. c. BOYLSTON ja., Wjm
r "Hcleutin i $iHTxoiirnti'n n. well n- the they convUt of an eUntlr. semltraus- you while" you slept. That 'Is" the custom Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent ,

,l. TIt"t of IIM. hat t' nlwHjM hero |iluxl.Hl liy parent mucilaginous material which Is here: JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
the .1t'llNIN'utI of the dead I both In said to be a secretion, or macerated "I 1 found that ho was right. 1 found ,

a,,'+ taste and In Intellectual I power. Nu fixI from the crops uf the birds themselves that In India those wonderful native .-

y, matter how fimtlilloiii* n tuna limy lie ye errant shave their masters In bed '
.been ilurlug hU llfetluie, hi I. ni> sn' m. "As robbing..".. nest. for commer- every morning without waking them. CL'YDE: LINE

er ileml than ho d'Vf.lol"i a nmrUe, partiality t-UI\ purposes forms a part of the 1)1". "All through my stay In India I was
for. buck riMiiii up two tilted\ !" lib' uionti of livelihood the birds shared like that. It was almost enoughto r'' t tTRIWE tr

L of !Kreiinrltkety- Mulr la illHriiutulilteiicineiitw. | >> "n\..* frequently to build twice or even keep mo In that hot and torrid country -
. Idle fiunrlte t'livlrnniiielit three tiling during the season before forever."-Louisville CourierJournal
.
I. now dirt and squalor, end lilt ttvorlti \- they are IIhle l to batch their offiiprlug. .
f
;r the half \\Mtii1. Tti, nadir I sit the t'l 1'111'| of lielii. deteriorates lu !both eon No Secret About It.

nextvorM, the nthlntt mrft' wtiUh ftrurtlou sad COOlOl'Oll| II Iou. The neat It is no secret that for cut, barns,

the liuitiiiii riH't ttirouicli ull age* hn* bull nt the egliitilng of the season ulcer, fever tores,tore eyes, bolls,etc,
oaten ltd .li.*tut out (I.> kn
>y thi-Mc nit ..lH In fiuor ofahtx ron"<<<)uentty known on the market as Salve. "It didn't, take long to
rk >MtrliiitIileli, they hip|',ii .i.l tleai <> while 1"''".." but when, they are n>bIMS -
o..re. bad sore I had. and it is all O. K.
I lu the corner of an .ol-l l t..k l and the nat crop U not nearly so : : : gLY S.A.JLIN'GS: :: :
.S "Whhh, t.....>. |Is>..<..".'Is! n* to K<> .niuAnioni flud" pure III NIllutMltCO. for sore eyes! writes D. L. Gregory of BETWEEN
Hope.Tn: afto at all drug stores.
...('lIh'''"'' 1".lhllll.. : Jacksonville and New York
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- --- 1 Cured of Drlght's( Olsssse.Jro Calling at CHARLESTON, 8.0.. both ways. .
...........,... a M.al.
$; II... inrli>u" 11)\\11)4 uflilstory "01", I ( Sherman! 1.I.hen Ittnl Mills, The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service ,
nod lii. ..Huil' l the Lawrence county, N. Y. writes "I
'ii cii"toin. Nays jllJS
t London Jiloln. |I.. I hut \>hl. li I I. .t>m'ru. hat! kidney disease for many years and Clyde New England and Southern Lines

.tlllli |use lii..-le uf alll'mlllf'llIlC Unit had 1 been treated by hyicians for Direct 8ervke.Between JACKBON\'lLl.E.I\OSTOS and

.filmier nr any tlrrr nipul I N. or shortly twelve )*ar*{ had taken a well known PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points, Hr
i will l aft) n'a.IT1.." illiun-r hell|| In, ofle kMuey medicine and other remedies WJiwnB1rcE Calling at Charleston both ways
t'ClllhC', the .t-t .f u._ ..... <.. In that were recommended hut got no relief
SE I-"V\TEER'L:: : : S..A.ILINGS:: : :: :
1I".lhu.I 1111I tt tw.ua.lrry or u' until I began using "ull" '. Kidney
vent ,lull I rang ual t VM ,(I..> .i lIl.ot country Southbound .. . .1... . . ..._. . ....From Lew."Wharf, Bxtoa
c air many tiur*. la lt.. a''ur.e of thetlay Cure The first half bottle relieved Because they nro the best Northbound.. .. . . . ... .. From Foot of Catherine St.. Jacksonville
and four bottles have cured of
me me
SIH| nlctit awl one ur ttn. manyUiiuuiMKw in the land for the 1
this terrible diiM..e. He fore I began money
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b i that vhlrti dear tb 'iu
4 E to the .rt-r x-i .,.'. "'bol la liter age taking Koley's KMney Cur. I had to Ask dealer for the Clvde St. Johns River Line

there ate fr. 4"Hlt sllu).>n. In liters make whet about every fifteen minutes you ).tw een JACKUONVU.UK
and
SANtrOMn
tlirr whb-h _b-rw that the l..ll method day and night and patted a "Sunny Jim" Shoe and in.
Stopping at Palatka. Astor.Bt. Francis. Bereaford
(DeLand.and)
Intermediate
was Mill lu rvtiMsnt favor botwlthataixtlux brick.dual substance" and sometimes a sist on getting it. Landings on St. Johns River r
tin rartornary \t.* of other slimy substance. 1 believe I would +
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--- - - --- Steamer "CITY
OF
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.nt>tl. of .mll....n.. hue died If I hail not taken FoJ.,'. JACKSONVILLE" mI.

"+ Kidney Cure" J. W. MtCollum Co.. MAXKRAUSS, appointed to sail as follows. Leave JACKSONVILLE Sundays. Tuesdays
A Thousand Defer* Worth of Good. and Thursdays, SiSO p. m. Returning leave SANFORD Mondays

t' "1 have lutes afflicted with kidney' Summer Tourist Rates Via Atlantic RepresentingR Wednesdays and Friday. t:30 a. m. '

4 and bladder. trouble' far ,un. paMing Coast Line A. WElL & CO. .:" soaubett. MCHEDULK HortkbowadArrive .

j gravel or stones with eicnieiaila If you contemplate visiting summer Leave *:*) pm... . ..... .. ... Jacksonville. . . . ... 3CO' am
pain," says A, II. Themes, a well reports see ticket .Atlantic CoastLine WHOLESALE SHOES .:4a pm .... .... . . . . .PaUtka. .. . .. ..Leave .:00 p.
.G . . . .
am.- Astor . ,
"
'Qr- known coal operator of Buffalo, O 1. and get all Information with reference Of All t JOam.. . ... . .. . . . . .St..rani.: . : : : : : : : : :::: S 2:00:8Q pns.

tot no relief from ...Uei.. until 1 !>. to rate., routes, schedules and DeerrlpUeas.Sole .. .. . . . . . .Bere.fordDeLand) . . .. . . . .. pm
: gnu taking Foley's KWoey Cure } then I'uliman..rele.. tumm.rburi.lratesale Arrive JO..... . . . . . . , 8alllord .. 1o3pm 930im
c!.. r*.oU was surprtsina. A few do r. bOw (ID vffect! to all the principal( < resorts _._ -10:00 am. .. -_. Enterprise: :.1: : :_: ::: : : : : lO.OOaai

started the brlck-dost-like! aut. tane. thrvuKBoot the eoontry with return Agents forXOXAKCJl and SO'ER- GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICF.,11:2W._' "'LAY ST.::JACKSONVILLE

sad now I have no pain across my ..kI. limit iWtober lit. Rates have Elm! qUALITY Shoe Every r M IlettIpwpaz.Ja.ors.t.e.I'.Agt.. .n w... .r." I.etse..m..Ca
a..804 I feel I like a new ..... It has been announced lo alt spring*, moantaia w.O.C\JOrltA..Ir rratbr Aera Co P. WYlU.L. 2kPft ad..--
r'.t.r u.... _.. -
I"" ne me 11 AM)worth of good. Poley's and seashore resorts. For the Gut pair warranted.J. a.o. BaaltsTT'p "_1caMe1'a....g4.P.xk.eu J.--em.. h.
CLYDLatrF o. ..
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Kidaef Our will cure every form of TIU.O. o. EGER, : > rork
time rouod-trip, tickets are now on sale \\W. P LYDI; A CO..
kidney or bladder d I...... J. W. MeColl General Manager. o.
i urn A Co. to .....101la New England: '.rrito" Uinma. Asset Cbee" ..eusmI 1IIar.4'-c." Sa"""'"'" ".. tors.f&1 Agsole-; i

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t ,f. t THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE 14,1905 i :

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JUROR OF FATE THE LEMON IN THE TEA. B"O'SXN'mBS: O.ARDB ... '
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- Gainesville
& Gulf Railway Company ,
IAN It I. a Survival Front Aery Aarleat JR. D :VERE B. MORRIS
LEGEND OF THE DAYS
Chinese Method. r
OF THE DOGES. Whence I Time Table in effect April B. 1905. 1'No.
.: __ the slices of lemon with the . . .DENTIST. ----- - -0" --.. --- -_. .. .... --
tea In Russia!? I

.<.T .' the Beauty Who R'.. Intoilete4 Okakura Kukuzo. a Japanese artist I 6. I No 0.., t
"With the "blo.. of Her Own and i Daily So. 4. No :. No. I. No. 8 flub1rSunday ?
:.....11.... ...! the Statue la theO criticritlng in the International Office over Mireui Eadel's. Pbooe Tt-a rin .. i F.u'c Dilly D"fy i: dTAT1ON8. DaJJy. Dell, tc!: crpt
,
_reh of Son VlorU M.cvlare. Quarterly says' they point to a IIlrvh.ulfrom ; I t3npI

very ancient Chinese methods, CARLISLE i I i
Here Is a legend which I heard in when tea leaves "were steamed, crushed J.A. I I I :* a

.Venice. I offer it to all among you in n mortar made Into a cake and ATTORNEY AT LAW 1.vAMLvPM LvAMI I Ar.PMArPMArPM' S

yiwho/ are fond of solitude! and silence.I ; 746 ,215 1..1 I ...........Fairfield ...... ... ......,.. lZO: 610 e
\ offer It to you as I would otter a boiled together with rice, ginger, salt, And Solicitor in Equity 'I 06 ,,2 35 . .. . . . . . Irvine .......... ....... ., 1 07 IS 00 U
"i dower which has blossomed umld i orange pews I. spices, milk and sometimes ROO 245 .. . . .\. . .. . Duulrar..n ... . . ... .. ... 100 3M
ber shadows som with onions:" Real Estate Conveyancing and General S 10 '12: M . . . . .s..douth.ide, . . . ... .. .. 12.6 660
on.a sleeping lagoon: Okakurn tell eke of tbe work of Practice. All business promptly 800-i I..i.......... Hlokman . .......... ... ..... JI: 60 6"6
Chita Gberardlnl was tbe niece of tbe 1.\1 W IIh. the poet, who in the eighth attended to. Office next door to Sun 8 15 3 10 l I" ....... ......... Lake 81monton . . .. ... 12 46 6 to
'doge. Poets whose names we have forgotten century became the flntCgpostle of tea office. OAIMKSVILLK: FLORIDA. 881) 330 i:i . . . .I.. . . lIolIC'.nopy . . . . ....... J2 80 58)
but who were renoied at that and wrote in three vol lnes and tt'ol'hIlJlt'rs 8 US 8 40 . . .Tacoma. . .......... . 12:20: 50 9
.v. time, had composed innumerable songsIn 80&5 S 45 1..1.. ,. .. . .-Kirkwood. . . . . .. .. . .. 1216 616
ber honor. They praised them the the 'baking." or "Holy FERDINAND BAYER 8 tO i 8M .'I. . . .i; . . . . . Oly.U. . .. . . .. .. . .1210 6190s \)
u tresses of the young girl black as night, Scripture of Tea. I.uwnh Institutedthe ATTORNEY AT LAW ,416 . . . .1.! . . . \V.CAboota. . . . . .....12 (0 46 ''
: code of tea and Is become the tutelary i II 15 "to ,. . . . o9
in which pearls gleamed ;. . . . Rocky PoIDt. . . . . . .. .11 46 440
like milk
god of Chinese merchant of the i GAINESVILLB FLORID... 4ti&r b 00 '. . .' i t. 12 SO 410
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white stars. They also sang about the leaf. i 1100 L" e 16 Lv, 6 81) )I.. . .(}alae.vitis.. ... . ( 0'20 1U IOAr 800 ,

radiance of her dirk violet eyes and According to tills master, the mountain 11 86 e 40 ( 6 63 .I. .. . . BflU.my . ... R 65 8 to 880
about the two roses which formed hers spring furnishes the bent water, Can tell your city property, (improved 12 (10 eM 706 ... .........Cyril. . . . . 8 ltO 880 160''
lips. In truth. Ghlta Gherardlnl was and unimproved), phosphate 11 20 7 03 ; 7 12 ,.......... . . . . . 8 I 8.7 9 22 1 8C
very beautiful She bad, however, listened then come river water and plain spring trucking and farming lands. Send hima 12 40 1 15 Ar' 7 1N i. . .Hampson City . . R 20 II 10 110
vater There are three stages of ttoll list of what you offer for sale. :2142n.: 9 }>. H F.
8. b M O
too P000 $ fi
words of the earnestly singers,to and the an passionate Immense ing. The cake tea H! rousted before the : : : : : : ::1 . ?. ?. .I : : .I .t :. . . . . :::: : ::

fire "\lIItillt becomes soft, like a baby'sarm BAKER. . . . . 848 R 45 I . (""k.CltJ', G. 8. A P. . 1 M( p 7 U .. .. ..
pride took possession' of her young soul. ," and Is shredded into powder between W.E. . . . . . . . :3 IU I'! .....Tallahassee R. A. L. . 14R p.. . ." ., A
One night she heard beneath ber win. pieces of fine paper. Salt is. put ATTORNEY-AT-LAW . . . it (5 X11 00 ai, .....V.I<1Ot1ta. ft. R. a F. . t lIO P 6 10 .. . ... r wr
dow the yearning sob of a lute. Standing .. ....:.. 855 :, 4N
in the first boll, the tea In the second.At a : .Maooo.O.H..JI'.1I8'J/ ,1140 a .. .. .
"+ In a motionless gondola, a lovesick the third boll a dipperful of cold . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY . . ." T 8. al 7 r.O 1'1 ........Atlanta, C, of 0........ 7 50 a IJ 00 ." ,.. .
page was singing to ber. Tender nine water is poured Into tbe kettle to settle Ar "I At .AMAr!, Pit L"A..L"PM.. .. ..
tbe music, and the water and the dark-
the tea and revive! "the youth of the GAINESVILLE Alachua Co. FL4.
ness added something to tbe sweetness Trains Sand t do
the not run between UalntlnUlt and Fairfield on 8l1nday-
water. Then beverage B pouredInto
of the strains and to the passion in the Office in Ended Block. L E. DARKER: Ht'lnl'ral Muperintendeot.J. .

voice of the singer. The young page cups F. ihILL.
.o\ltl'nt. J. O. WATKIN, General Agent.
Iti It was of such n beverage that I/o-

i* was among glorifying all women.her as the most radiant tong another poet wrote: "'nu tint DR. J. H. ALDERMAN, .._ .. . . - .. -.. ._ --

i + Gblta heard him, and a delightfulrtremor cup moNteun' my lips and throat, the Take The
ran through her. Without wait- second cup breaks my loneliness, the Atlantic Coast Line
third searches barren entrall DENTIST ,
cup my
ing to light the torches which bad gone
but to mid therein some 5.CXM volume FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
out'she took ber mirror and ran to the
of odd lileogrnphs.] The fourth cup

shone window Into through her room.,which Thereupon the moonlight In this raises' a .slight perspiration-all the Over Dutton Co'i Bank GalDtnW.DB. Dvposl Via O. / ti t
.
mysterious light she saw that sbe was wrong of life passes away through my Nort tb"Ia E east t ur SouIRsN.i S !\YeSt1.iD.a.\ t "

, kstrangely beautiful; that her beauty pores. At the fifth cup I am purified; : J.akwnv111. .
the sixth calls me to the realm of
cup\
was Indeed almost supernatural. The GORDON B. TISON
the imuiortnls. The seventh cup-ab. Rapid Transit and l Unsurpassed Service
.ic moonlight revealed her pale and trans I
; parent, like the princess of a poem but I could take no more: i DENTIST. Time Table in fleet April 10, 1906.OAINEHV1LLK '
"Tea began as a medicine and ended !
Intoxicated with ber charm, she let Depart For Arrive Frome:00pm
Also It baa had ritual, .
aa a beverage! -
the seductive mirror slip from her -'----::=-::::::: --:- -. -- -'. -=::=---::-:-::-::"-:=-..:::;--=
p} band and a slgb of admiration and ofecstasy ceremonies and philosophies. In JapanIt high BIIr\OP and In- 8180am: 4
became "the religion of the art of Office In Miller Law Kicb t.*. I I
escaped ber as she cried: Deily mediate Points Dally
life and "tbe tea room was' an oasis
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: 1 am beautiful! I am beautiful! OAIMMVILL FLI.
Thenceforth Gblta Gberardlul spent In the dreary waste of existence." This 12:16pm \ Ocala, x.bura aDd T.mp..od I 8140pm ,

all her time marveling at ber own beau. was In the fifteenth century, and the -- Daily Intermediate Points Dally

t'o' ty. She did not desire to fall lu love philosophy of Tealsm which then arose THE WEST END Palatlla Jacksonville
2:00pm: ,
m
la described aa "a cult founded on the \ p
for she fancied that there wa no man
? living who was worthy of her. Those adoration of the beautiful among the FINE WINES, LIQUORS A CIGARS. Daily North East aDd West Daily

songs which bad no words of praise for sordid facts of everyday existence. Itinculcates JOHN UCNZIBS. Proprietor. 12:06 pm High Springs. WaJoroaa, Savannah Bruawlek 1116, pm

her eye*.and her hair she treated wltbcontt'mpt purity and harmony, the lie-til! W. Bay St.J.okaosvtf. n*. Dally I Albau. Atlaata aU Polo" NorthLeast: W.siDaily
... .. ..
mystery of mutual charity, tbe romanticism .. .
and to tbe mysteries of relit i ---'- ---- - - - -- ----r--

(ion she never gaTe a thought. of the social order" Faust beer bottle and draught. Don't 8116pm .,

She went to high mas. solely for the "Strangely enough lay. Okakura."humanity fail to call on me when In Jacksonville Roeh.lle. 1Ilcanup and Oltra
baa fir met In tbe tea DalJ, D Ily
t' purpose of being seen by tbe people It.U the ao I Asiatic ceremonial __ __...... .. __h.. __ .. .. ... .. ..
only
cup. -- - '- --- -
and of being flattered by them. they
whispered to one another about ber. which command universal respect!' IF YOU LOVE YOUR
The restless eyes were never turned The white man has scoffed at our religion 8v uJ lII.b 8prln. Jpm

toward tbe altar. and our moral, but baa acceptedthe ,.e.Monda: '.
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WIFE DON'TROAST ..,
brown beverage without hesitation.
--
? Bbe of
t thought nothing save her own
triumphant ai.u of the Tb. afternoon tea I I. now an Important i Interehanfeabl Mileag Tloki. good over 18,000 mU. of among the prln* 3 p
beauty jewelswhich function In western .Mlet,.." elpal railways tb. Southern States, are on sale by th* prln.lpal".D&4I. ,
: set It off in sumptuous fashion. HERBy Through Pullman sleeper l Port Tampa to Nw York via Atlaoll COM

One day Ghlta Gberardlul slipped a LID., also via Atlantic Coast Line and 8oothrn Railway.For .
KleotHo IJ.ht R.lb..
M little mirror beside the first page of compelling her to bake the family eomplt Information Ball on ,

ber mass book which bad been delicately electric While grasping a small Professor Incandescent Born bread daring the hot summer montbi. J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Ajr,nt, Oaln*.vlll..
lamp one night
'ff Illuminated '
by a pious artist.And Addrei 'i

while her attitude of devotion edi.i mer. a German scientist, happened to Bay your BrAd from PRANK O. I5OYL8TON 1"1. Pa... ,1K'W.. D. 8TAR.,Trav. Pa*.. Ags. + '
observe that contact with his band
i fled the multitude she studied her face on 188 W. Bay at. Astor Building. JaflkaoaTlll* '-Ja.
4 enshrined In tbe book of pra.er.The the bulb of the lamp would show a ...Keystone Bakery.. II. )I. EMERHON( Traf. lug,., W. J CRAIG (.n. Pa**. A|'.,
{ niece bad luminosity comparable with a mist of Wilmington N. 0. Wllmlagton N. O.
dole's
i a forgotten that It'e a saving of time, work and moo.,. ,

the Creator alone 1. worthy of worship light illuminating certain part of tbe Freak Dread Dellrerrd Daily ---. --...- --.. -. ... .-- .... .. ... .--.-. -- - ..-.-._. .--_...,
and not any of his creature She gla** aa well a* his fingers even before
had alao the electric current was completed.This To all part. of the .,It,. Also Cake,
forgotten that pride Is
.an SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
phenomenon could be produced Pie. and every other production of
abominable Bin-aye, perhaps the most dat.
the modern, up-to
perilous of all sins-since It was the several time by rubbing the electric bake .bo,. Effective'
April 10, 1905.
bulb with the band. Not all electric
cause of the rebellion of tbe archangel .
bulb B. T. 8CH1FER I'npI'If't.r' Kryit*
and the downfall of Lucifer. are suitable for the experiment.
4c One day Gblta Gberardlnl wa Intently Those which bav been need for sometime Dakery.SOTED %... 165. 9 ,..tI..1ft Train East !'*. SI W.. 0LT teeth and Wr.t. ,.. 17i8p_

studying ber face in the little and which show the well known ---- .. ---.. --- Juk.on"'me.' / 80. Hy 9 30a 76opiLT I LT Jaoktonf- III*,- aHo.--- Ily.Ho. .

Hf mirror between tbe holy leave of ber dark coating of carbon particle areespecially J..ap. Ho. Hy liMe IO4OpLvJ.sup I ILT Ja. . Ky.Ho. 10 lOp

mass book, and suddenly she uttered a : apt to fall. After rubbing a Kavannah. ,, Bo. fly 1 8Op U: 15* Ar Ma on, Oa Ily, MOO*
load cry of terror. Through the large new or nearly new lamp containing no atbnsbek Pianos) Columbia Ko, fty IMp BOO Atlaata.Ua, Ho. Ily.Ho. 030
Z building drowning the solemn metallic conductor strongly on tbe ArCharlott* .Ho.KIOll6p( 966aArGrniboro. ArKomv.U*. Ky. 7ao.
rang akin of the forehead or lower arm, to Ho. Ily 13 Ma 12 6lpArDtnvlll. Ar I>*llon. Oa, Ho. U,. A38a94A
voice of the prlet. the repone of thecongregation withdraw the lamp suddenly from the .. ._. . Ho.. _Ily I: Oft, :2 lOp Chattanooga Ton Ho. Ily.A . pl,

and the sonorous murmur kin will DPtBl. Ar Richmond . flo. Hy 4 .M6 4Jp Ar LBlnffton, Ky ,U. 0. 8 :lip
v of the organ. And tralghtway ArUln..lnnn.IU <} <). 740ppr

the doge'. niece fell to the ground !In luminous lamp phenomenon.and stopping Withdrawingthe It suddenlycame TT OP TONE, rOlfBB A3IDUURADItlTT. A ArL r CharloltevTlll?Dehbur..n.80.H Ho. Ky, 0 4 Ma 7.0 :aop lOp LT .o.I.Da"t O.ArCtiUajro.IH Hi ig *'our H PAr c

a faint So* bad seen reflected In the Its outline to stand oat dl.- ".,ltln&On... 80. Kjr II.ft. 96Op -,_ .Hog Four J 10.
.
kf guilty mirror the sacrilegious mirror. tlm.tI ly Illuminated while In tbe middlea Ar Ilalllmor. P. 1 K. K. II Ho* It 35p I L. Clnitnatir. 0 I'. f.to. 'f66p '
not ber own countenance, but that of Ar W. Ph'dl'la I'. R. 1C. MAP :r 86. ArOhUavo. Ill,I fa Lino 710

{ Death.There. bright slat| In observed. Ar New York I., U. U. 4 lip 0WM: Lt UmiMaaiiO' 0,11. A U. Ii 48p at.

e, to today In the Church of Ban BM plMO for tllli Utta *HMl*. M.we 1* ... __ '" Ar (IAiualn.' I,il I MonnnC. T :96.: ;
Olorxl* Magictor. where thl miracle Tb. Fr..1 Cr.... *5a. lo+ttr UM o**_r*..**.......d cl No. --"V,,,*. York and Florida ..1- I." O ice'o.siiY1ll.A); li-8p- -
A correspondent .wmd to the I'lonsrAlllbubadl \ ...." Dally Pullman Drawing Room
...
t ..r1aJ1t. nsst.nru.
p was accompIHhed. the atate of a women bees ee Ar Toledo OAr ". A O.P. 620.:
,
( the following Dote on lbe .orks..Wp ....&........ Hl..plaff Car Port Tamp and JM& OOvlll M.T 7 z. S
who I III seated Mich ,
and beraelf
looking at Deuoji! )s
York.jfo. .
5w ,
fact that a cae baa been reported of a t14.... every M
1 In a mirror. Very beautiful I* crow' neat having been found which ..,an ..* Pa "WahlorioN and Florida G'm..d. tTa.TMPUml&ed.
this woman, a* beautiful a* GbHaOberardlnt .... >**. ." Daily Pallmaa Drawing Ar rUleba,.. te, ra U..* 116. ;
wa made out of telegraph wire: "Any
wa formerly Tb story Ilooot Blpla Car Jk.oi vlll. to t'f'lJ( i..l.,1fth, Yo. t .
... that this statue .. 25* work of a thing resembling a twig III I pressed Into New York. At,OI....sa0 His( Foor 0te
aervlce. In the day of old. before Bold by o* eoatlaoooaly fff8VER .. "
raotooa acolptor. but the people bolter - -- LT Le.I.&otI.tfoli) : ;: I1 jp

*-and their .legends contain a glass. stolKrred bottles. rUM Into asse n,..*. "Tb L4.f the h"j" 9.. 10 Ar LoakjTlll, Ky IV*. Ky. A top
good dal of truth that It was ooe for *sIs water, many nests were mad TIIITY TWi YE18S Af S.. I. .". Mo Mo. By. T' 89* t
of the wire used to keep In Ute cork L"Jaebo.meVJa ,No By 766p
.k .
Gblta Oherardlal herself and that her Astgsoa. AUAr Ho. y. 940*
of such bottle A..**t constructed LT fie,......, Oa Mo. Sty 12 IDa Blrmlackara.. . Ala, ,Ha. H,. Jt CIa ; ,
body wa turned Into cton by UM ter>
fallar If Je ODe
without single TO M. O .Ho.
At Colombia ,
out of 1san.ly bottle wire wa* ogeetaken Ar M.n bT., TnArKa ,Frio 106"
rtW Ttoioa. In a |.alul tr.. oaUld iIadras.Aaotber want a plaao for a Uf.Umet Ar Ah..lll*, N, 0 ,Ho KyBo. 1 /BOp ..*>. CII,, Mo . rrtsso4s
To aO boN who love the atkoe. .f .." ** toy theM&thu Ar looprlsge. W. OAr KrHo. 211p
dad cttle I offer tbIa........ I torn nest wa load eomfMoad of Ka.iTlllTaaAF Ky COOp )I..pb'-' ..* . If
bit of tin stukn from tile tla feaaaar .la T s 1101 Hprtac*. Ark, . ... t9KK 1w
., tt at Venice a. en* occasionally fladaflower | he k IxMUTlll, 110. ty ton .......:.. - -
)fad'.*. (Ia. pair of crow constructed .... 4MIB .
wfakb bas bJoMo Mod amid lode Ar MI. Loot aJ .. 1-"T1> Florida Utal....
k bar shadow o* a toeplaa a net out of grill and ./ll,*r spectacle ..... w rn r III e/a/II.s stY auto. Ar Clul..U, ,Q. A O. I Dally, *>l IM ...&lboa. trala, throa.t,
; frame ixirkMoml from OM factory of c.w..a..rt.na Sacs wgtatv sad Votlnaa.
day OMB** HlMpiag ,
H.l*** d* Zoylen< d* Xyrvrlt. UMT.. ijmrrt f+ .* Mayo .. Boa bay. i I what w. .*y Irfcr. >a, carte *o. 80-Dally Pvllaua Drawia Cr Ja.kaTlU* !. ClMrlaatl.Jto. .
- ya Cdltkw: **w York lad' The material lot into a*.t. .f whldi i ,.. .rt<.< TOO AT. H+. om sad Baff.. /rU*, .< .r.liraaa Drawlaii. Room

.. stolen .INkactI.Ul4) sad ClMiaaall.DlaUf. Hi.." .. Car IN'.NIt jMMonrtU. '
the T.la w4 **) rof ** were .
Tb..vrl.ar 11.....- - -- ""- 81'1t.. .. and Kaota
Memphis
dnrtag the. II* d... isR(
., .........t repkd. tree .. boor.by tb* It wily w*.crow oo kl l that tbs sported* Ludden & 'Bates ,...,.... Cat Mrrk. *. Ctiy

'f. u. Potrsdtag n-pttal -- - --
frame were dtop|**rhi g trees the
aft twad sppreaUea. tit.wtteis AKHIVALB AT .JACKSONVILLE.From .. '
.......,. .... .. factory 1. ay.tettGS meaner. bat It
as.ItIsi wa. .w. U... before tb* thief washaeysre.t Ssthezn MBikBH* .rY #k. Waahfaiuw, *t* -y*. 79.MWaaalaffioo tad FtorUU Z4a. '
J I_ lhtvli .y. attests" ltd ** tiOOa. > tYr.w
.x...'carte .... eve u. w4 OA- 9/ York. Wa al>it<}*. M-Vo S3. "WaUiiagloa Md Florida C*.
W.,. is.t 1RM8't1-' .. tuft W SAVANNAH. pew 740p. t..

Me ltrsaeae.tttJ L" ... ..._a.. Ya6cr.n. JOHN D. .MURPHY >{n's1Cksdsiatitl, Ash yt11., mr-lies t11,r.1la1k>:gtets Md ln.yids Llaa ly pw

..lawesltl....,.."..... ser ...- .' ..v..ts $0 no h.gt Invested Mjr. Iced _

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8' THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. JUNE 14, 1905 "

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:E.B7Go, <}wIn. of Hlgb Spring wasa Mrs. J. H. Bert returned. yesterday, .S S t tOur ta

NEWS OF CITY..ANDCOUNTY ,visitor, to"this city yesterday. |I I from Lewes, Del., wbere she has been WI LSD

For Sale":';'-Roll top oak desk and visiting, her mother Mrs M. M. Sim

CONDENSED revolving chain cheap. Thee Faint mona Mrs. Simmons, who is, now 9fJ
Store,opposite Brown House.
years of age, ilia perfect health ...---'
T. R. Piekett."the lumber msnnfac although naturally she is somewhat

Matter of General Interest Oath- lumen, of New orr,. .was among the weak from age. She was for many 'al.ls
Big
ered by Oar Reporters. business visitors to GaID.nUl.e.ter. years a resident of Ocala and hal

day.Mr. many friends among the "cider Ie'" '

' and Mr. W.. E. POT have returned in this section.Spend in all =
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
from Worthlngton' Spring, a while at White Spring*, the at

where they have been for the past few leading health resort of the State. On '
1
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What Has Happened and What la Going dsys DHYDOOD $
recuperating the far-famed Suwanoee river. The .
Told In Short Paragraphs .
,, to Happen Great Bargain. -Full outfit, shingle Gainesville and Gulf offers the followIng "
So That "He Who Runs May Road" mill, with boilers engines, shafting tc, 6 low round-trip'rates from Gaines Keeps Us Busy. _.j|
at aerlflee. Geo. W.
r. It In Th. Sun. eraGalnesvilleJEl pulleys >la. tf. Moy yUle Sunday only $1; ticket good h 2

going Saturday and returning Monday.i
t Old for sale at The Ban There will be a grand Masonic! celebration .
ofibe.newspapers 13.CO: ticket good for fifteen days. AsserSssaafs of
and barbecue on Jane 34th to Double iig
For further
$3. daily service.
Lad....' aJIID.cards la latest atyles which the publics I. cordially Invited. See the Universal Bread Maker and of ticket tf
particulars Inquire agent
& at Son office. A time Is all who shall I
good promised Cake Mixer at Baird' Embroitterfos Loses sao
Judge Horatio Davis Is in Tallahassee attend. The library committee of the Twentleth ,

" iJ' ba.IDHI.SlmonloD' Century Club wishes to remind'
on legal Justice M. A. Bezley of High Mn M. L Gilmer High Spring, and impress upon each and every member aH Wash ,
;w Wonderful Salve for sale
Springs, one of the" most .
competent ,
wife of the popular and handsome eon- of the club to be diligent in castIng Y
by J. W. MeOolIum 4 Co. '
officials the county'was among those doctor on the High Springs-Rocbelle 1 her votes la the "Free Library Con
L. M. McCormlek has returned from Ooo.
who favored Gainesville( with a visit ran, has returned to her home after a'' test" (st all stores giving. ballots) in ..
visit to relatives at Burke.Mr .
a yesterday. pleasant visit to friends' i Jacksonville.To favor of the Club Library ; also to t

and Mrs J. L. Shaw of MOD O-I D. O. Warner, representing_ 8. J. reduce oar stock of wall paper."alnh remind others interested In this great

cha were alt.onl'to( this city yesterday.H. Thomas Company, hardware, mill and and moulding starting Monday, work that the Club Library is attaining -

; H. Plnkoson departed yesterday for 1 turpentine .supplies, returned yesterday Jane 12, for one week only, we will the proportions desirable fora pub Mrs. R. Wilsonh' '
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sell for le s than. enet. We need cash.
Waeahoota where he .was called on from a business trip to Waldo and This is yonr ehsnee. The Paint Store Ho institution and will one day be .

.*" business i other points. opposite Brown House. turned over to the town. The books

For Sale-Shelving, tables fixturesand Amang the prominent gue.'. at 'the This section mat visited by a severe offered in the merchants'. contest. wouldbe T. F. THOMAS i

safe. The Paint Store, opposite Brown House yesterday was Hon. E.''8. rain yesterday which not only had a a valuable addition. + ,
Brown Hoase.II. ,

I M. Obitty has gone to ,Jackson Grill county' of'PaltkBenstorfrom and"president: if't.he'Eat.Putnam. Florid proved tendency of great to cool benefit the atmosphere to the truckers, but LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST.How OlltlTUIII D T A K I ((0 ,

vllle business He is
k ed home on a trip. expect* s Bavfijgj and! / toit Company. and farmers, the products of whom to Secure Vot.a.for Your Favorite ,

,t today To reduce our stock of wall paper, were suffering for want of rain. It is Institution.

Vernon Ohltiy of )Mlosnopy spend paints and moulding stsrtmg Monde the first shower of any consequence
.
June 12. for one' week only, i Now that the contest is on for the
tbeue.t.
In'this
OF
log a day or two city as foe: several' weeks" PULL LINE
relatives. sell for lets than cost. ''W. need cash. awarding of a library of two hundred ,
of This is your chance. The Paint Store, Mrs. A. M. Pournell who has been volumes to the society or institution
Max Krauss of Savannah the clever Brown House. NEW GOODS. : ,
n opposite I spending the past few days at WorthIngton securing the largest number of voteiIt ,
representative. of Well A Co., shoes, Is Among the prominent'Mloanopy visitors Springs for her health hat gone will be of interest to all who have -- '

', at the Brown House. to this city yesterday was Captain i to Valdosta, Ga., where she will be the expressed a desire or have a choice at Agents tor... .

' Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rhodes have returned J. W. Carter who cams on bailness. guest of her relatives. Col. and Mrs. to which should be the. possessor of Monuments; Tombstones ,,: :hand

4?' from a pleasant visit to friends Captain Carter has quite. farm. Whltaker. Friends will be gratified this price to look over the roles governing Iron Fences. ,,:.

? and relatives at Tampa.O. Including: forty acres of watermelons to learn' that she was
C. Strickland, a progressive which are doing well, eonsldsrlog the her stay at Worlhlngton.Chas. can get votes..

planter of Hague was a business' visitor drouth. W. Parham has returned from The Daily Hun will give a premiumof Personal attenUea to all -Matters' la ,

i to this city yesterday., Miss Elisabeth H. Blandlng has returned the Mills River Valley, N. C.. wherehe 75 'votes for every three. months this line. Ball aDd,telegraph ,orders t

Harry O. Denton Is spending few from Ohsnoa, III., where she went a month ago for the benefit of subscription 200 votes for six months promptly attended to.Gainesville '

days at White Springs' aa the guest of has been engaged as1 a member of tbs his health. Fri.od..1II be glad to and 500 votes for every subscriber who I

1 Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bttel.: faculty In the high school. This young learn that he Is greatly Improved. Mr. pays a year In advance. : Florida '

t Mrs. Geo. M. Lynch and children lady has been absent for the past eight Parham was the guest of Hon. J. 8. The institution that furnishes the I _

hare returned from a pleasant visit months, and he'r numerous friends 'Rhodes, sheriff of Henderson county largest number of votes in this manner

totbe former's relatives at Melrose here were glad to welcome her home one of the most prominent men in the we will award 10,000 votes at 7
gain. Tar Heel SI.... ''Col. Rhodes owns a o'clock p. m. October 10th. Here is a THE CONTINENTAL .
Claude U. Porter of Lake was
City
miles from
magnificent farm are" chance for work.n.
Remember that 10,000 votes will bewarded CAFE.RESTIURANT.'tFlnt .
? in the city yesterday' on business connected ;,
;q to the Institution obtainingthe Asheville and Mr: Parham declares .....
with the United States land that lifeis worth living at his ,lace.i A MORNING WEDOINU.
lagest number of votes on Tb.Saa'
office. library subscription list. Read i. Mills River Valley la a valley In theBlue
from Maxwell's tie which Mr. R.mbert and Miss McCook Will
Strayed camp Ridge mountains is
very
the details Id last Sunday's i Issue and
Paradise, one tall brown horse mule.Oae fertile. b.. Wed at Methodist Church.
side mouth was badly cut. Phase go to work to obtain this premium for 6Rembert
Al o'clock his Mr. H. .
( morning
notify D. O.,Ed wards,Gainesville, Fla. the Institution you desire to'secure the
Lennon
of and Mia Alma
I Dr. 8.' B. Chaplu of Tallahassee, free librar .
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UtaCook. will be united in the holy ''Y;
; ehlef clerk In the surveyor-general's Remember the Gainesville. A Golf NEW YORE bonds of matrimony The

office, U spending a short time with his has round trip rates to White Springs be performed at fCavauaugh ceremonywill Math .r

j old friends fee re, all of whom are gladto on Sundays at only |l. Train leaves odlst Church and It la needless to add Ia

greet him. Gainesville at 6:80 a. m., returning at a
that a large number of friends of the e P
? Lost-Purse containing a IS bill and 9i80 p. m., and affording a whole day contrasting parties will be present to
tome small change, and cheek for at this favorite resort. Cheaper than RACKET.
witness Rev.
the T. J.
Nixon
same. "
t
; small amount made by R. E. Davis.
hiring a buggy, and are en .
Finder please return to Son office and passengers will perform the ....moa'.
abed to spend a day on the banks of corner South of PoMOffloe).
receive reward Immediately after the
ebb famous old Bawanee river tf. Itappy cxxtple will !leave ceremony for points the e,. Early ..< ..,.. iris 4:..... rw
on .
Blue Rib. 4r
Why use cheap extracts? ...er. ...t..
the East Coast for a short trip after
After an absence of about a month
boa lemon and vanilla the best and
n are which they will make their home at
during which time they have made CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH
,. most economical. Ask your grocer for Leonon. ________________
their home la Jacksonville Mr. and
Blue Ribbon lemon and vaailla. Takealeas. . Some Leave
-- Men
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Flavors perfectly.Mrs. . Mrs. Henry 0. Fntah have returned to LYLE-MIXSON. ,

this city, where they will,in future reside.
; Edwards of Mloanopy was In Two Popular Young People Will be An Estate for the WidowTo
Mr. Futeh Is now holding a to* We have receiveda
1 lb. ally yesterday. She was en rout. Married This Evening
ITS salesman
erst position as specialty
to. Windsor, where she will spend a with the J. II. McLaorta Company This evening, at the home of the Invest and lose, or as a temptation '
( few days as the guest of her daughter full line of to speculators.! How much
Jacksonville. Friends will be glad to JHde's par ah Mr. and Mrs. c.... J. .
$".1. Mn. D. O. FXwards.A better to leave ber ,
". .
welcome himself and wife again. Mlxsoa, Ernest Lyle of;Eve and Miss

Dslalyaskl. formerly of this oily ..- Georges Mlxsoa will be married. Rev $500
or $1,000 Year
but for the past few months' located at Notice to Water Takers. S. B. Rogers of the First Baptist' a Incomefor

White Springs. has returned and will Owing to the repairs going on at the Ice Cream Freezers Church officiating. Tb. affair will be Life, or for 20 or 30 Years?

i make hl.*.home. he,.. )t.O.lalr..kl.Dd reservoirs of the oil, water works, all a quiet one only relatives' and a few 1

son are spending the summer at water user are requested to be as Intimate friends. of the contracting Information We will Mod yon some Interesting

Kast S,. Louie 111. sparing as possible, and not waste any parties being Invited. annual outlay showing will yield how a small perms.an

To .dC40 oar: stock of wall paper water fur three cta,. al least. It is d. Mason's Fruit Jars The groom la a soeeesef young business aces yearly income for anyone for
a; pal U sod moulding, starting Monday.June sired that all lawn sprinklers be shutoff man, engaged la the phosphate whom youttare to provide.' .r
IH. for one week navy, we will Misloes* at Eve. The bride I. oae of
.. for that time at least, as .. will Gainesville's popular ladles who
.
need cash. young
ll for i less Slits OOIt.V. W. U HILL ft W. '
t' This is your ehae*. The Paint Store, only have about one-fourth of the reservoir is well known here. Congratulations RUHR,

opposite Drown House. capacity to pump from. Jar Tops are In order .. Sal 1c'eat.l ne MUTUAL
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B. F Meu baal'Dft'e C..ef few Ysrk
There will beau Important meetingof sa, Supt. Attention. U. D. C. ,

Washington Camp No. 8, Patriotic GAUESTILLE i ,
- ----- The regular historical I meeting of I FLORIDA
Order Hans of America, at their lodge _ r
READ THIS. Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D.C., will beheld -
E 116 E. Union street, this evening Glasses
mom Jelly at the home of Mrs. II. Il. Me- EEMITH'S
e at 8 o'clock. Nomination of officers I> -"**, At.*., July IS. 1800, Cwany. OS E. Liberty "" .Thursday

will be In order and a full attendance I),. E. W. Hall. ; St. Louis Mo.-Deer afternoon at b."-.,.., 4 o'eloek. s MOUNTS

3 !_ desired, Sire We have been selling your Texas Mas. J. E. W.iswmoiTT. Historian. WELL
Mass MACD Oa../._. Secretary.Twentieth .
Harper A Chase have sold to the Wonder Hall's Great Discovery for Hammocks --

Candy Kitchen a handsome Cable two years and recommend "It to anyonesvfferlag Century Club. AH the old
piaao. best grade, and In future with any kidney trouble as standards and
patrons of this popular place will have being the best remedy we ever sold. The Twentieth Century Club will the choicest of the new ones
hold a "' ...... at the residence of )In.O. .
F the pleasure of choice musical& selections Yours truly, J. R. Vocn*. Robes as issued.
Lap A. Colelsraga at S o'clock this afteroooo
while they "..pant. themselves ,at which a fall attendance Is de Ask to
from their dough" A TEXAS WONDER.1 sired. use O. A. Cobctorosi. ....... see them as they
>>... W 8. DoosaT. cannot be displayed
Secretary
to ad.
The regular' monthly mating of the One small bottle the Texas Won* ,

4 Earnest Workers' Society of the First' den Hall's Great Discovery, curse all Mosquito Copies Attention. Ve N.ect,. vantage in a case. '
Presbyterian"" Church will be ...W., ,
kidney aut bladder troabUa. rswtovesgnnl .
For hoc** paraaas-ag" eoau..... or
the home of Mrs. Annie, Brow at caret diabetes eosalaal ..... knee is! the Standard Goaraatee and Fine Fadeless

-, 4190 o'clock thU afternoon. There will atone weak aDd lame backs ........* Treat Co. of Was-dagta. D. C.. write Fotografs P

be tHatl.... of Issportaace sad a fullattendance bees and all IrregQlartUec' of the kid- and all Seasonable Goods. to Geo. W. Meyers, or all at tae From Locket to Life Sis. e
MBa* e. $sore of J. 0. Cvaas
'( U especially requested. ..,. aDd bladder la both laM sad Gelateeville. It I .. SUM Were Mr.U SMITH'S STUDIO.IT

Remember last money spent with wousca,regaUtec, bladder.trooblca la Evans will wait. em yew for ... s

The Bum for printed stationery catitlec ", U4,... If act sold by your druggist, Go.W. MOTIKS.

yea to vote la the library coatsct theE will be seat by aaall om receipt ol 11. Our prices will interest you. Joee 1st. 1908, $'t IIIIISnIE. ,
.
same aa whoa bcyiag goods from say One seal bottle .. two Bftoathc treat T. redeye car os.ek of wall paper. ,yeool

'"! of tae BaerehaaU .... dlag 010,saw neat. and seldom. falls to ,."...* a Baiat* sad saroaldtec.startlag U e4ay. r.,..........
arc. Pr. Kroaet W. Hall,....lanasjirmetnrce sae I ,f.rewe weak OIIJ,. w. will View I. ,,.. aa 0... i
pri u.p, The aasse Nit applies., CM ,P. O.bats IHI.,St. Loan .Mo, PHIFER BROS e.U ,5..e leas t&Ii&.L .00..... putt. :....... p. .bath. ,....... 'r I.u.c. -
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; //(1 vote tot*tery. **eoaU spiel in .ore< 8ssr1: f. .........-...,(;044. W.::1" *. Tltitttayuprsr ....'hehba.oteiti '"' 4...,........ II.aaa.. 10.--', 5, ;.1
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