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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 15, 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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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: VID00627
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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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L. XXII, NO. 110 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JUNE 1 :), 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK "

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Lj: AY egu: ; office, taking cognizance of'a CHAMPIONS WOMAN SUFFRAGE.
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: TALK PEACE FIVE PERSONS ARE
I London Times dispatch from Washington -- SUBWAY TRAFFIC

I baying the United: States and Great Justice of the United State Supreme tAT

,. : : ON BATTLEFIELD Britain have declined the Invitationof KillED'' IN':WRECK Court Delivers a Spee h. STANDSTILL .

. the Sultan of Morocco to send delegates New Vork June 14.-David J. Brew A

'ill'. ,,, "' % to a conference on the subject er. aK-Uie Justice of the United

.\5" ,'" Prasident'Roose elt of the proposed refrms for Morocco, States' supreme court has aroiued s r

., May Name Informs the! As clatfd Press that Train Bearing Veterans To R3- much applause! among the Va""ar cul- Tunnel Ia Flooded By Breaking

j.J ''- Mandhuria A3 Place. these powers' hive not declined the invitation union Is Ditched. lege seniors by au address In which I *
Of Water
j a bu; bavo only Indicated that he. referred to woman suffrage and Intimated Big Msvin
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.r, rw -- I they will 'Walt until it Is teen what that at some future tllllfl a .1! sort

.: NICHOLAS WOULD CHOOSE PARIS : France will- do. Premier Rouvler NUMBER OF INJUR D UNKNOWN woman may occupy the ftrealdeutlalebair. TRAVEL' IS SERIOUSLY AFKCTaTXX

does not venture to speculate on what .
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r.; aral0n" Mlnlater Lamsdorff, of Russia, France's decision will be. Southern Railway Special. Meets Acci "In this land" said Justice Brewer Break Occurred In Heart of 'City-Bur*

:*: -- la' Said To Be In a Jubilant Mood dent While Enrout* to Louisville. conies to its opH| >rtuultleii by interltauce. face and Elevated Cars Have Qreat-

NO CHANGE IN SITUATION. I You are a privileged class:
sx Over Prospects of Peace--Czar Will Through Bridge and
Engine Plunges In
Difficulty Crowds Ma
I.- for you have had the privilege! at a Handling -

-1: : Name M. Witte as Representative. I Status ot Strike In Chicago Remainsthe Turns Completely Over. collegiate education. (X) not give yourselves Casualties Reported So Far.
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i) New. entirely I to t the eajuynamt of literature
Same-Nothing ;
,1.(: fit. Petersburg, June 13.-::20 p. m. ulsvllle. Ky.. June 14.--.\ tt'lt"-! New York June Underground
Chicago June It. Th teamsters'! leaving thn. Republic take!
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1, --An early announcement of the time phone uifntiage to I ha. Kvnuns l'o.i traffic iu New Yoik was practically .ata
strike showed little material curt of Ihl'Jr'uu uto country
today your
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;1 w> more than
m. A
: change in the positions of employersand the duty of serving It with till tho
: alan and Japanese peace plenipoten are known to bay &La Kllli-d iu Ute mile\ ui Die center of the main Una
strikers. The waiting!!: attitude has advantages irf ) our education, far who
X.4tlarlea; Is expected to come from WashIngton wrtcU near UoldtUj Je. of the tube which connects downtown .
been doVed| by the union leaders shall bay tlui within the next decade
k vt 'aa a result of the exchanges The number of injured is not known, New lurk with Harlem and the llrous Irthe
as well as by the employers your Miiftrn<0 shall not !be extended
..\;. between the belligerents on that sub as they are tll1It'IDg\ taken Irons the tracks' are covered for, a depth ofM'voral
President SUoa asserted that $3.flOi to men and, omen a* it flan alicady I
1v Jest now proceeding there through wreck. fret with water whtoh puuro-l
had been sent to the teamsters by a says t that lieloro. pray: hairs shall: sumobeen \
iC; Count Casslnl and M. Takashlra with Albion Is cleveu miles from ituldeu; down In a flout when n. big water 1r
\ ; Boston theater, where a benefit performance in many of the stales, who xhal.
o President Roosevelt as the Interim Gate. ui.titi broke al Tusk. avenue yenterday.
wad given to aid the strike to jour heads a \lllIlllIlIIlw QueenVictoria
V.l- .diary The diplomatic circles the report n All uti:lit long ,strain pumps worked (
last Friday. According to the finance shall nut alt in tlieVlut>> 1
\ is current that Russia whose Louisville Ky., June 14.- A pedal to miu-.iiu< lima tide, but oven after
1 committee of the TeumstiSU' fount !Iou,.,* to Klorltj I this iiutlon AH Victoria w
'choice of the place ocntinues to be train carrying l"UtlCt"tlt'ratl'"t'I"I"WII in lie( main wri< rloiod It wan ,,.*(luiati'd
council the weekly receipts for the tFLEECED,' !h'd l..ugiulI.\"t'\
A :, Paris Is ready to allow President the reunion at ouisvlllo Is reported > lint( many hours would be qulreil l,>
strike :! ) In of -' --
fund now are $ .O\t\ excess
;' .Roosevelt' to decide that point In derailed at Uoldeu Gate, 111.\ .011 lilt rid the uiiinrl uf water. The mud serliiu '
the, expenditures. DY BOGUS CHECKS.
I, \( ,:which case there is reason to believe Southern railway. The train U-lt 81.IvDuis troutile WM a" etporlencedKourieeutli bttwren
The railway drivers' unionat .
;: ;the president may name Manchuria, express irate l lust night. The Southern --- -- and K\>ity,ret'ont "lll"'ll,
I a meeting voted to remain on strike Standard Oil Conipany's Pay Roll Duplicated
t '"jbut the report cannot be confirmed. railway peuple here have no lulormu- 1h.'I. the truck are depressed| from t
until esttlement is made by Clever Forger.
i ?+.' Ambassador Rompard who has reI'I a satisfactory lion on the extent of the: ee'n.tltlc.. It to 'J feet. Thin I level was malntalncitand t
with the & companies.OCidaU tlilfiirfu, Juno II. -- A dlhiutcli| Lu
exert s
,|L,> :turned from Paris was closeted with If any. up to noon had not beets clesredaiitnrleniiy .
of the teamsters' union aremali.lng the Trltiune boor Van Hurt, Ind.,
I'I &E1, Ambassador Meyer this afternoon At 11:30: :a. in. the Even mi; fast received to prrinlt an olim'rv.itlou\
.) : for meetings says tlt.it the laeicirtiilM In this. viclu- 1
arrangements mass
H|pi d ..Ambassador Ronialeben, the German a UNpatcli from It.s l'i'''itic' tun. train to K" I throuuh. It U poHltl!
> to be held inariouu parts of the It) have: been tti-cnU' out of 3IIhi l "|,pfd
;. ''' ':,.; ambassador, was also among the Amer. Ind.. correspondent: t uyl ig tile tiatu that v\tenivv repairs may have lo .lcnirnilo
i city. The public will l b.- invited to atten'l l It y butane ('ht''I," on the standard. l 0.'
0;. :4rjjcan ambassador's' callers. bad been ditched a half 'mil-* \\t'aol lit In-fore. HIM tl'lIl1larlI'f\ h't! in
and reprom'iuutiv.-s: of this unions MJI.V I..t| > roll hits tlt'velopcd on lime ur
\, t Despite the rather pesslralstlcal: ut'terancea Golden Date; that the -riiKineer sod that Important connecting Bet-lion\ mayuo
will hand rival In re of Aaxlniuul.. Trt-aniirt-r ((0'. SUavin
tl' !f l>c on to tell why the strike
; '" of the foreign office the at fireman had 1 been killed and. that then rt'Bimitvl as 'ihq t water may have

" was called: and the roason why a set trout NfvuiU to lii\enbtlK.tttt. \\flli"toIH'" the wall and cauneil oth Ali
: ) :fiaospbere here Is extremely optimistic was loss of fife among the veterutiH.Spfclal ( > rdatuaze i
1. ;" tlement has not been made. The forged pay checks. ranuo in lace
"i.ll; and aa European ambassador who lIaw"r. relief trains have gone fruni \Ruth above and hotv" the v
value flow $"',.INI i) to $100UU>). mid ureduplicate
,Foreign Minister Lamsdorff today describes Princeton. iloiiHly affected! section\ shuttle

, the, Russian minister as being POLICY SHOPS RAIDED. I The tkmUiein railway i>lflo.> l los advised \ number of tin gtnuluubtHiiaald trains! were operated today but they
011 checks" tlliaiuli wlucu: to
h$m.osj.jn.* Jubilant. .mood.rko"j I that the U'a1n9W'k..,it was n acre| ouly noalitlly pntriMil/fd,
.. New York Pollce"'Vrff Break Up the the fiaiida "ele disci."tied. ,. "., u, Tate
waj of the travelers
;' The opinion Is practically unanimous! special carrying Confrderut Veterans rlty ( want
t".. Schemes to Defraud the People. TinloigtrltM parsed! the bunks and
through (connections and with the sub- ,
that if Emperor Nicholas avails him from points! en the Cotton hell to
New York June 14.-The raids on were iiot discovered until clieckliiK ills!
way blocked they naturally lumen to
self of M.Vltle's services! once. it Is Louisville. The train left East St.
alleged policy shop have been made began at the t-ompatty's ofT1rt. Tlie
thw elevated and surfsr lines AHa
decided the Japanese" conditions can Louis about 5 I o'clock this morning.and .
by agents of the anti-policy society signature of K. H. lltilUe<< trraniirer of result
not be accepted! for a basis forpeace was due In Louisville at 4 o'clock.\ there welt seeu.s such "44
| with the aid of the city police. Many( the iaipuiiy., ta ew well linltatwj that lure not bern wltn.....,| since the "
x negotiations he will be able to make According to the railroad official, a
women and children were found in It deceived l hunkers faiiillUr wlllt It. strike of
subway and elovalf.t' employ-
: beat for Russia.
the terms portion of the traIn went through a
' both places It U Mated that In the it In Hid. that bogiu! checks: are In lug ".. several! months .|n.
,J An eminent dlsplonrat conversa bridge. The report says aUo that a
1G days which have elapsed! since the received al /New York from the l'.nnylvanla ICvery tout oil the ..lltyat..1 l liner) y
tlon with the correspondent of the As- number of passengers were Injured.
death of Captain .'. Norton Goddard Ohio Indiana and Kentuckyoil carried extiA and train
cars every we
,, aoclated Press referring' to the possibility but at this time (the rullroad people
who was for years at the head of the field In each of which 1t".II"It. tilled to |Its cupncliy. The surface
of a RussoJapaneae alliance sue cannot say whether or not t%"r* has
society, a new system of shops bas tlona are bring waifAlabaman can, lixi.wrr later a. they have not
eeedIDC' the war said he considered been loss of life. I
with branches all this I -- - -- Ixteit '
sprung l.i iixiulUa. Tin
up over olB-
defensive subway t!,
0 is .
that a agreement entirely TheeDclne- wan turned completely! I '
city. Burns To Death.Kvergrven claia were unable ta say whether 7
ucllkHy. He added: ores I
Captain Goddard bad fought a bitter Ala., June 14.-HoratioNeUou through traffic on the underground
ol
still the end
"If-Russia were big --- -
r war'against the vicious penny who has for the part few years road would be restored by the time
t .the combination as was the casa when Riots Break Out Afresh.
collecting swindle and succeeded In resided on a email farm near this the uptown rush begins this afternoon, '
friV I abe objected against M. YVItte's ad Warsaw, Rusulsn Poland, June 14.- !>
found burned to death, Ills
practically breaking it here after pise, was
"' .' Tic tile alliance offered by the Mar up The outbreak of rioting at Brett, LJto-
having sent the millionaire head of the house was burned and his body almost
'ask; compelling the ol to Prisoners Break Jail on tunaUy.
Ito emperor yak during wnlcb. according report,
'l-11' syndicate to the AccordIng entirely cremated. Very little Is known
: japan to turn to Great Britain, an of- penitentiary many persons wr killed! or wounded Valdosta 0.., June 13.--A daring
to the society's officials the of the man her or the whereaboutsand
' fenslve and >defensive alliance might cap originated In a con filet between the jail delivery was effected her stua-
names of his people It Is claimedthat
tain's death
\'tbe possible. But considering the fact was a signal for the resumption Jews and army reserve men bound forth he bad a daughter In Atlanta. U day at noon Chester Italth. and Will
of
the It Is
.;; that tile British alliance hasrendered onducted In game. being Far aut The soldiers are said has not been ascertained whether the Walker, prisoners rondoed In the couatr -

. 'tt possible for Japanese to fight Rue headquarters In JerseyCity to bare looted provisions and that the Are was aoeldwntal, or laeeadlary or Jail knocked duwa VSJMJO iOaeU.I

r ;:ale for the establishment of her peal and a Chicago gambler Is said to Jews In defending their property an whether the man was foully dealt son of Ibe Jailer, when be went lo give
have"
furnished
": tkm la the Far East I consider It out 000,000. funds amounting to alleged to have fired on the troops who i with. The matter Is belpg investigat them their dinner, sad ata4. a su re.*- P
$ .
"{ of i f the question that Japan will bind returned" the Are The town Is now : ed. Tb. mea bu some real estate fill break for liberty Yousg ICietl vt

t herself la such a manner as might occupied by the military In consequence and some personal effects, which latter opened the door of tb. cell to band the

:,1.\: compel bar to assist Rural In the Famous Will Case Settled. of rumor of a general strike will be cared for until his people. oaa ftuxl la, Instead of passing through

aveat the Russian emperor's govern, Columbus June 14 ,--The supreme being planned to take place here tomorrow b. reached the grating left for that. purpose One

| ,.mat later concluded to make an at I court today affirmed the judgment
,< tack oa India. This U& the more Im the Hamilton county court In the case proclamation ordering the people not Cemils ld4. bow over lh' bead with a piece of

!'probable inasmuch .. Great Britain it of H."rJtta Ocllla Gibson against to gather In the .
:amxiou DOt only to renew! but toyatraagthea Peter Gibson. This I. the case Involving well known farmer who ram here a few mill tit.... They then. took the

her alliance with Japan. the will of John McCormick Body River.ar Chl.o.. from Albany Bva yean ago committed keeper' pistol Sad dashed out of the

O4b.os of Cincinnati who died alA.be..IU. Chicago June IIThe body of Patrick buUlsf. Cltlaeas attempted to Inter
Receives Rwsia'e
.; ....., Not*. suIrMlast night bf an opiate poison.Kamlly .
# ",:,; ... "'Washington. ., N. C, several years ago a Ryao. M years of age, who ell. troubles are to b. lb. esue. of eept the eeeapee, but they drew lb.
June Is
: 14-dt annonno few hours after his hum Jane 6. pistol oa the and kept then
marrying l &ri Ua appeared from oa the rash act.. lie. was ._a Is tb..1. pursuers

,":.. .4,today that the formal reply of the Cecilia Wolfe, a nurs. ice made a has been found rt'>.iln' la the river. t.rnoon and was-- -- la his usual- --- beattta off. ._--_. . ..
to President ------ -
'Jjtasiiaa government will bequeathing her valuedat had been sn I minrtaat rector In '
property Ryan but few boors later t
and ,
BAoosevelrs identical note of lastr'rkursday spirits wa Munl.lp.LOwnerahlp of ."tt.e.
r $2(0,0001o his wife, but it was lovt. Democrat p"lttt.al i circle on tbe found In bis born lying across the bed
New York
U ia the hands of the Amer. Jun U-A..b.olut. mu.al"'pel <
I..{: la the absence of wll&.*..s who could we t side. Until! a few years ago be la the throes of death ||. wee between owBersblp' of all future suft
so"enUIIPDt.
;aad;; TIle response was prove otb@rwt.! tile supposition ass was co..ld.r...l esltby, bvi plsylog (0 sad '<> oM Sad leavesa
years ways, provided mo: .t vorsble, lenutrsaaot
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M | .... to Ambassador Meyer at St.JPatareburg ,
that the Invalid destroyed the will s* the races I I. sid to have ea.... his, widow sad several children here.
be obtalaed from prttsie NJ- y yd.r.
Count LAmsdorff.
by and
BO true of It could ever be found. downfall and .. b. ass brooking over ..
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f':u..1ll1tt.4 the .. |r>ce Ambassador
by ta
Tb. widow therefore receives but the his ...I.tortaa.bortl, b.for. his die Killed far Besting/ W.msn. of '
tloa
President" Roosevelt. It can bsaid llgbtlag falIIIl. are a4voct.
statutory oae-third. appearaac. the olic' b".e III.- eon "1latoeton Oa.. June 14-A report bas 1
.In '
Nara, It U perfect consonaaee with the -.,- '4 a olatloa which .bs been
milled .Irid.. reacted b". that Julius Tolb rt was
'OnJ aaavraac* gives the prvuldeattaat Gamy ef Accepting Bribes. adopted by the. city ronmlllee uf the ).

.r4ay by Count Casalal. the Rue Pltlsburg. Jane 14_Police Captain Fewnet lather In Fetter' Field.' shot tbree tl__ aa4 killed by Tony 01'1...'. MBloa. Tbe ".lotloa", will t

.... ambassador her, Jt bad 1tM1I Jan. Wllaoa. of Allegheny, aeem4 Bas rranrlM-o. Jna 1J.-A 2 year*' Heard oa tae (lau."s plaataliaii, about be banded la the city coaveatloa of
II miles east of tale. ...... oa lb.Ora. .
t4.4 by the president to make of accepting brlb* la eoe section with aarb for K- N ,*.... a promiaeal tae party with rb. r 1 c.

k' Ute replies of both Russia aa4 Illegal b....... was found guilty today, aoatrsctor of this city who 4lerp..,. bert.-Ibea sliert alert was#a stated te.r4 that with Tot-a' (bat II be laeurpnrsted la Ibe pial- rt

to ala appeal for a ccssatloaf0tlc but the jury re 'osa.. 4d bin to themercy N la Aagwaf Ito1, Las ea44 al ... farva.Grants.
aaair, when heard p.9e4 bee gun and .... _._-
are aot only -accurate. but of the eovrt. "This was Cap eor *er'a ofBre.wrg* r. Harris ,
\ shot bias. Appeal t. tuaveme. C..,,,. ,
has beets>> reached sot to pab- tat wn...'. third trial. TH. jury I4eaUfle4 the d e-rlpfu. of aa eaid.a.titled _

.Horn. at tbta USB. disagreed at tb. flrsi trial art be wassegwttt.d .... killed b? a street car ta 0.1' .... S4 t..e. )Mantre, J.... IIsi4g. ||.ra l today -

.......N 'la give that n.. at the .. *od. n..1 aVptesaber l3. *J diet of Iba father Oerhrt..Otte lna I4/-Oeroslato. grcaied .the. p.tltl..f .,q.eel at

-. a1 ataj..mat af the contests olia --.Ioa of Captain Wlteo* was "",dolt( I of Dr. Frank C n- the a4roaoar ... '"' '".. thief" ..b. .Is a ptlewsr' lac" Gsroor sad Oreeae I* b allowed '

: are Sot oaiy ...rate.. tat N ...." III. ..".:C'H ot ...be aMigrsftlsgo. Sow *..U
T eospleu to the lafoeeoutlasN ., wltleb i *ev.f al so.la.age ., Waabiaifoa. II. C-.. art WallerRaaa. ,...., Otis. where .b. took pal I* ... ........luo of J..Ue.l P*',l4aoa that

ra tb.... susa .U..tal Ja the atn.t of II: la Ike gvetsi....t .rvle> ., Tb aM ta41aa e.f.entler *lta.e*.4 byt ... Jt...41.. fnntslse, a4 Ib. flght

p.Tanu I. 'U.- n. rmrlWNt.aa body which ba fats ail Ib* lisa lathe .. ..rload editorial aoUik" ft to act s. esirsMi 'ora..1MIo....

4nait s.I'L rti be .taasawg 'Tai N..... ..a lo b e4ly will aaaa* a>
ti.s i rnno.. s ararwseya .w ..It. lar ttrw plied I ta el4ie4 that b. Ml fort Bill with t

< 4 deem flttlag burial by Ik. ..,*.. Mfay of its! aestbe.
It Tt- f *- tral. a U... war dsya+tta ra Nr.s.-.

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2 THE DAILY BUK GAINESVILLE, JPLOKIDA JUKE 15. 1905'

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., TEACHERS MADE MOZL YJS FOR SELLING, WHISKEY. -I AHOPELESS M


,: Marshal C. H. Crlsman Brought Offender .
to the County Jail. %
A :FIE SHOWING LEMON ELIXIR -
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Marshal C.,H. Mieanopy:
.. ), brought to this city Wednesday John It is as impossible to conquer: the king' of a rX
with :Mercury
diseases-Contagious Blood Poison-
Applicants Out of Holmes, a colored man arrested in '
Twenty-Four' REGULATES THE and Potash as it would be to conquer the
Twenty-Nine Passed. LIVER, .. that town open ',a charge of selling king of the forest in a hand-to-hand encounter w 1
liquor 'in/a_dry county. as thousands who have had their health ruined: : t '

,. ,STOMACH, Holmes was arraigned In Justice I and lives blighted through the use of these minerals ,
, ALL 'ARE ,WHITE SAVE ONE BOWELS, Smith's court, and was required to will testify. They took the treatment faithfully ., '

: : : I. .. , 'IUD.; EYti. give a bond of $600 for his appearance only to find when it was left off, the disease ... Y
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: Grading Committee Made Ma Report, ) before the next grand Jar,. Having returned with more power, combined with ,
The inventor-of the famous', "TER the awful effects of these minerals such: as ,mercurial rheumatism, necrosiof 9 ,
Which" failed to bond
,:'Showed That the,Applicants secure the he will be etc \
RELL SCRAPE" a man known wherever detained In the bones, salivation, inflammation of the stomach and bowels, ;. 'f'!,
i for Teachers', Positions In, Alachua prison until his case can bedl.po.ed When the virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters the blood it quickly contaminates 1));; "
sold
plows are and used, says: of '
the .
County.Are Above the Average., by coot; every drop of that vital fluid'and every muscle, nerve.tissue'andbone
j' Blind tigers are not aa numerous inAlachna becomes affected, and soon the foul symptoms of sore mouth and thraa ;t '

' The grading committee of the papers . '"I nave wed MOZLEY'S LKMONEUXIB. county as in other dry counties copper-colored blotches falling hair and eyebrows swollen glands ': i\t,
" of the applicants for position as teacher for 10 or 14 ,e.rII' In mr ,because of the fact that the officers etc., make their appearance. Mercury and Potash can only cover uP.ao...,;' 3
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t In tie recent examination made family for tbe'suxnaeb. liver and kidnt keep_well on their tracks, and the evidences for awhile; they cannot cure the disease. S. S. S.: Ilf'many f.
,
I Its report, which shows up very nicely; J" and and It In the beat medicine I man who sells whiskey here ie taking a years been recognized as a specific for Contagious Blood PoisoB:.-a perfect\!
twenty-four oat of the twenty-eight bare ever 1Iae It Is also a sure see- big risk. Only two cases have been reported antidote for the deadly virus that is so far-reaching in its effects on the sys
received the cttlo.for palo in the back or under the tern. S. S. S. does,not hide or mask the disease, but so thoroughly and i 5"
Applicants having ,required bouldera. I bare recommended it In within the past six months.
completely cures it that no signs areever'seen again., :
minimum average.Of numerous ossea to my workmen when S. S. S. while eradicating the poison of the disease "
Public ;
the whiLe teachers three passed alck and unable to work ted It bas always Library. I
will drive out effects of harmful mineral treat-
given perfect ulJarr.c oa. H.IXTERRELL S S S any
first grade, eight second grade and President Atlanta Plow The ladles of the Twentieth Century ment. A reward of $1,000.00 is offered for-rrool
t twelve third grade Of the colored Co.. AtUnta." Club who" are so earnestly endeavoring that S. S. S. contains a mineral iagredi I'!

teachers; only one palle'd. securing a to collect In the library a required kind. Treatise with instructions for home treatment and any advice wished, ;

}., second grade. number of volumes (600) to enable without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.;:, h
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
The grading committee comprised them to make it in every sense

' Profs. Tom MoBeath of this eUy, W. public and to present it as such to the . t:/?' ,

r,' :, E. Bell of High Springs and Scott R. THE NEWS FROM SANTA FE. town wish to appeal through this medium \y.: ,

McIntosh of Hawthorn. to every member of the organi 4

' Blitch Family Reunion on the 23rd. sation, and to the citizens of Gainesville Fay-Sholes
; DEATH OF A NOBLE LADY.
and Alachua to assist
I Other Notes of Interest. county
them in this "Merchant'sFree .
;; Mrs. Margaret Godwin Passed Awayat : Santa Fe, June 14-It: has been the securing" I
Library which will then makeit
Home of Son In Falrfield. custom for years past for the children '
possible for them to present to the *
grand and of Typewriter
The sad Intelligence the death of great-grand-children our community a library of which it can
old and much esteemed citizen, Eli .
Mrs Margaret C. Godwin which occurred feel proud. In so doing we believe a IACESOWI
Fatah, Fotch he Is
(Grand-papa aa
at the home of her son, W. L. greater number will be benefited. If EDGED''
called) to meet once a yes when the :
Godwin, Wednesday morning at 11:30. the hooks are awarded to this organization -
milepost pf time renohes his birthday, THE BESTMAC11USE xI
y ,reached this city yesterday about noon. tbe use of the public library '
j Deceased was seventy-eight years of and do homage to him by' having a re- will be cheerfully offered gratis to all ON TI1E_ JHABKETI :
union of the This
age and died from a stroke of paraly family meeting invalids at the I. O. O. F. Home

f ,however I.. She had and been her demise In feeble was health attributed much will which be pleasure is held looked as by his usual forward devoted at the to offspring home with so of, through convalescent their patients slay each of winter the new also hos to un'Vf' SAl nfTOOA D I :vii: : :: t

I as much to old age as anything pital.
his eon-in-lsw, W. M. Blitch In the I
.' else. She was born In Cerro Gordo, N. Again we solicit the aid of all public
k? O., where she had resided all her life : shady grove In front of that beautiful spirited citizens In establishing pub Lightest Shift! Lightest Running! The r 'J 1
home the 2.1 Think
on rd lust. of how
up to eighteen months ago when she lic library. SLCRZI tRY. Champion Speed Writers of the World '
{, with I one that can look back on eighty yearsof ?, f
Florida live her
came to to
soni. well-spent life, will feel that Use the Fal. hol.l. More Fay-Sholes in '. \ 1
r four of whom are In this section. i on Tax on Babies.
occasion surrounded four use in Gainesville than other machine. '
by over score any
Deceased was a devoted mother a Extreme hot weather is a great tax a r f
y of his who do _
offspring are ready to
,f true friend and a noble Christian lady, upon the 'digestive power of babies. )
him .
_ having for years been connected with .homage.R. H. Holstein and O. Cnokrell are When puny and feeble they should be For Sale by. . ;= 1 t
the Baptist Oh a rob. She was possessed given a few doses of White's Cream 1

: of a most amiable kind disposition, busy t moving their watermelon .crop. Vermifuge the children's tonic. It THE SON Gainesville Fla.
The crop Is not as good as was expected -
and was loved and esteemed not only will stimulate and facilitate the digestion ,
by her relatives but ball who had the owing to the dry weather. of their food, so that they soon

r honor to know her. She Is survived by The A. O. L. railroad has abandoned I become strong, healthy and active.

tie eons P. T. Godwin of Cerro Gordo, the 'phone system- here and has pat In Sold by W. M. Johnson.

M.;H. Godwin of Mt. Vernon Ga., W. I a telegraph office, with P. D. Cox as ----- G. S.
MERCHANT & GO.
D. Godwin of FalrBeld and D. E., J. J. operator. Attention Woodmen. :! i I

t and E. B. Qodwln of this county to Mrs. M. J. Holstein of Monetta, S. 0., Alachua Camp No. 6, Woodmen of >'1 1

,'rlt whom the sympathy of friends Is ex- accompanied by her son, Augustus, is the World will hold its regular meeting Retailers and Jobbers tn J
tended. on a visit to her son, R. H. Holstein, hall ,
In the P. O. a or A. 116 E.

;5) The remains will be shipped to the here. Union street, at 8 o'clock this evening. Staple and Fancy Groceries

,, old home in Nor'h Carolina for Inter Crops are being greatly damaged by There will be nomination of officers, 9 ,

t meat, leaving Fairfield today Dr. T. the drouth, especially the corn crop and a full attendance U desired.N. .

F. Thomas has charge of the funeral which In some places Is dying. R. CARTXB, C. C. Grain garden Seed and Fertilizers.

arrangements The Santa Fe public school will open L. A. JFRXICI&X' Clerk. ,

- '---'-'.W1r its ,
term the 10th lost.
summer on ----- -
DOW'IN THE WRECK. with Prof. Uonner as principal.A. A Bad Scar. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. I t I GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA:

D. Williams of the Central City Some day you will get a bad scare Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eccs and other Pr oc..
S1 4 Lost All Hit Belongings Out Escaped madea flying visit to hU friends here when you feel 'a pain in your bowels, '

Without Personal Injury. I Sunday and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in A Complete stock ot Hay, Corn, Oats ,"' ;;>
Flour Bran, Meal Cotton Seed Meal '
J. II. Dow, formerly of this city, butY : J. Holder of Dr. King's New Life Pills, ,
C. Rochelle was visiting a sure cure, and RIZ. W. handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW '1'
now with the Fidelity and Casualty relatives and friends here'last week. for all bowel and stomach diseases, ]EST PRICES and guarantee satisfaction always '

Company with headquarters In New The Santa Fe singing school is progressing such as headache biliousness, costiveneas !II'US'rA.BLXBElED

_ York, telegraphed his brother W. B:. nicely. It I. a good way to etc. Guaranteed at all drag- : : :

r Dow, Wednesday, to the effect that he pass away the time on Sunday afternoons gists'; only 2S0. Try them. : xaeo. 1

3 was "mixed up" In the wreck on the and Is Instructive not only to

Southern Hallway at Golden Gate, III., the young but the older people. We Dancing Master. Meet.Columbus. H.F.DUTTON&COJDEALERS

Tuecday, when three persons were would Ilk. to have all come that will O. June 13.-Two huatfred {'r

killed and twenty'ulne Injured some and take an active part. men and women from aU ever the ---- IN----

f ; seriously. Mr. and Mrs. DaCoeta Cellon of United States and Canada met here

4 In the excitement Mr. Ho"', vision Hague were visiting friends here Sun- today to attend the anual conventions Sea Island: Ootrtcrr.Sea t
most have been enlarged as he telegraphed day. of the two organizations: Toe Amerteas ...

F that slity.flve people were Association of Dancing Masters

M killed. Us Ion all his belongings In If the Baby Is Cutting TeethBe and the International Association of Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus ;

the shape of baggage, but escaped un sure and use that old and well- ttonclna: Masters. The tw association Leather in Strips or Sides.

hurt.Mr.. tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's SoothIng today appointed committees- a'r'

); Dow was *>n route to Louisville. Syrup for children teething. It confer In regard to the resumingbt Manufacturers of the James
Doig
where he .was going to attend,,the Con soothes the child softens the gums, frU-nJly relations which were severedat Improved English .;
Sea Island
tryif, ledera'.t..o..' Reunion. Friends allays aU pain cures wind eolle and is a meeting\ at the world's fair In Chi- Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same. ,

will be glad to learn that he was unln the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty e..o.buelt ISO new dances were GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA U ?

Jared- ____ .ftn cents a bottle. passed upon by the conventions.Nan SA*
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WILL BUILD FINE HOME.L. .
TAKE A TRIP WEST% Will! Try Again.

_ C. Gravy Has Purchased Valuable Special Inducements Offered This New York. June 13.-Man Patterson ABSTRACTS REALTY COMPANY;

: Property on East Church. Season la resting preparatory to returning to
the stag, from waleh she was driven
a L. O. Gravy the lumber manufacturer
Spend your vacation on 'the Pacific I the other day by hostile women crltl' ; of high Springs, has faith In the f
Coast ia almost of the
d ; future. of Csfnesvlllewh.therth. University or any western la Puhaala.Y.e.. 1 ana going to E. E. VOYLE. MGR. .
But** this summer at tow eost. Roundtrip try tke stage a ta..w Nan. "1Vby. f"i'
y It located here or not, and has .-').
Abstracts
of Title
and fall Information
excursion tickets via Hock Island
of course what ..J.. is there for me to furnished regarding lane!. U
1. W purchased from \V, R, Thomas a valuable System are on aale certain datee dot It Is any profession." encra.,. Oar manager has lived In this county thirty yearTaaJ thb

lot oa West Choroh street known throughout the summer. You can go I. thoroughly conversant with land tin...

as the II. F. Hampton lot. out via Colorado visiting Yellowstone Sprained. Ankle' stiff Week, Lame

Mr. Gravy la now euttlng the material lark and returning southern route byway Shoulder. E. E vo

at his own mill and proposes to begin of EI rase or vie. versa. A long Thee. are the eotatnoo ailments for wJa .. {

I within the nest thirty days the return limit and cheap rates for Uie which Chamberlain's Pain Balm I I. eep FIRE ACCIDENT BUBOLART AND INDEIeI IN8t1R..UfCE a. .
erection of a handsome $7.000 residence' .,. scaling aabe of pearnin.at Am.rieaa and ,h rREAL
1 trips to ry point of iutcrect, Foil Ully valuable. If promptly appliedIt EDI.Uab 8Ompuah..
upon the property. It will bot when ESTATE AND CITY IAA.'r8.O .
particular: Iterator and Rook Island will save you time. money and suffering
: r9 completed one of the finest and most r=: --1sville": ,
folJr frwa John Sebastian. P*.."t>gr when troubled with any one of I e A'lorid: q
k modern houses la the city and one or Trr Manager Hock UUud system! 'h... .Um..... For aale by all drug- ---

which. the people will at] be proud.. Chi, ro. I gists.Jkfilltt..
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To Library Contestants.

e Owing the fact that there are a The one.crctt rule of 235 W. ;
St.
Y';' large number. of eooletleo& oompstlng Bay JACKsoyviiLE FLORIDA.
( 1 health-Hare daily movements ,
for votee lu the library.The Ban ,
ti aattoun *
.ee that It most charge the ,. > e T SOftbeboweaa. And* the one: treat Mtr ly hertted.. u.en.plJ *i
ulareaarltahUrat and a sal Pill, Ayer't reyaiM ... ....y.w. :Xewlyf.nJ.ke4.'

seat a line-for all aolieitaUoMtferoofh eoaa- *. Sold! Ja all pans of tho Zareyeaa I'1aa.EL. .

leg. Ibis paper. la fa tore. world' for 19 year*. *.".* -.. : :Win-. SoN

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THE' BAIL SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE '15, 1905 '4TlALS. 3 ,e duW

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y.. DO YOU GET UP Alachua Note
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: ,,"' t- of Alachiia, Fla., June 14. -Mies Soeai.d

..'. s;:',1.''. '. .Two Popople. I WITH A LAME BACK? Bell Cloud, daughter of Mr*. .. ...:_ ..:...:.;;...... .:,:..._ :." : :!"' -1\4: : :. :, .;.; ::" : ,,''',,.:.'';...::; :......J'OIiI: _. ::.;. ....:.; ::': :::.. ,,,:
p'' \,>;1"%;!! Kilney Trouble Makes You MJ r:1ble.: :Msttie Cloud of Lake City are visiting;

",: e people of our their uncle Dr. J. L. Clouds
Almost
e H .' as well as many in is; sure everybody to know who of read the wonderful the newspapers Mrs J. C. SoruRg of "arl l1. Ga., U ,,i ...MMBumuriLiiiii.slmiladng '

:.I' sans and cities I have I' !J cures made 1 II\' Dr. .i.i.iug her finer, Mrs. J. E. Ethers CASTO RIA t
J.fook1R forward Kilmer's Swani id- jt
/' { to the ]>-
; i'
ii f, Jane 14th as the day upon I Root, the great lwlney Mrs. L N. l' aree and BOIL..Ro1 t
l liver and] bladder I t
,.1
r. HaSten Greene Rembert V remedy. and John Edwin, are spending a. few For Infanta and Children

,?R ,lead to Hymen's altar one *5 It is the preat metl01 day at the famous Wtirihington

I .oor; loveliest and most lovable real triumph of the Springs.
't "" n ("women, )in the person of Miss I II nineteenth century ; Dr. R. A. CRlw.nand'hll little inn. t. The Kind You Hava i

A m.a-: MeCook' the daughter of Mrs. sj yij[ of discovered scientific after research years Virgil, will\ I leave today for Hui "*ville,

.1..i;'+ .P ..,.
,
"J .;VMoCook.; kidney and 'Rev. W. C. Foster of the Baptist

w'. .. ill,Taeaday morning many of thotetaliave bladder specialist and is wonderfully church, assisted by Rev T. Kjland A\epetablePreperalionforAs .
successful i in promptly curing lame back, dleFix'dandlle Ida.
Sanford of New! Canton, V., and B. F.
I( '; been most Intimately
-
a.othe
uric acid catarrh of the bladder and ting the Stoutacte anlUovivU et* Bears the
' .';I t .t. ';'th bride were quite busy Bright'a Disease \\hich is the worst Mason of the Methodist church are b

f'': .; : : the decorations for the audi- form of kidney trouble. conducting I'njalaenlon a& the Bap- i a ,
FIPr.P of Kavanaugh Methodist Dr. Kilmer'Swamp-Root la not recommended tist church here this week. H___.
Epis-
for everything but if you have Mrs J. Williams! and little F. J. SignaturefA
Church.
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be Promotes Digeslion.Ct>ccrrut-[
M; 1\4: :J Ot even a rain storm could deterfetiK found just the remedy you need. It has Williams, who has been spendingsome ness and Rest.Con tains nottUrOpium.Morplune ,
'' been tested in iu hospital time in Tampa, returned home '
<$ sa,.friends from this beautiful expression so many ways nor Mineral. ;
work and in practice, and has
private last Saturday.Col .
>'!}$, of their admiration and love that 'NOT'NAltCOTIC. t
in
successful case a
: ) proved so every F. Y. Smith who hss been attending -
rgfe. : ,the young couple. In the afternoon pedal arrangement has been made by n.
i [ under the supervision of Mrs. which all readers of this paper, who have a course of lectures at DeLandfor

; t rim F. McBeath, the only aunt of the not already tried it, may have a sample the put few months, is at home to rauYw ira .D.Wtf.'D.1'I1'CYaR.r. + e
,;! bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell spend his vacation. /e.y.lw Swt-
t Mali bride ably assisted by a bevy of about Swamp-Root and how to .
' , ) t:. :Charming matrons lovely maids and ing find more outif have kidney bladder trou- The Alaohua ice and waterworks JIl./wII.. s.Je-
you
' mention this plant is now in operation and i I. readyto .4.-.d. tiApetfecl in I
'J gallant ;young men, the already band- ble. When writing reading \
generous offer in this paper and send your fill all orders for ice, the capacity BI ". .'
t! \<*ome) auditorium was transformed into ..tls.c -
:l;t ; t& place of beauty. Across the organ address to Dr. being twelve tons per da,. : ;;.aft"_ _
:
n.
;f t' 'JoU wa a white background latticed & Co., The Kilmer... H. C. Sealey, father of W. IL. Sealt" UseOver

'i aitli whit oleander. Just below this N.fifty-cent Y. and one- the proprietor of the New York Racket Remedy forConsliiviTioa ,

'I' was an embankment of many of the dollar size bottles are -.r.-........ Store Is on a visit from Wauchula fora ,Sour Stomach.DtarrUvaWorms . ,
sold all druggists. Don't make few days. .ConwiUions.Kowr i...h. A
fern it bas been by good :
"t: ;handsomest ever. our
,> look I any mistake, but remember the name, Miss Eva Powell is visiting relativesat ness And Loss..SLEEP-. F 0 r
fortune number
'good to upon-a Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root, ..--
Waldo this week
l of set pieces with lovely vases of white and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on Facsimile: SnJnnl\irf!: or
1I!: flowers and foliage.. set off by dainty every bottle.
f Texans Enrout to Louisville. '
and elaborate drawn work and hand- : Thirty i t Years
Waco. Tex., June 13.-A special NEW'TOIIK
!; _.____ x
; L'macJe lace pieces. The altar rail was
a san-bnret of pearl with a diamond train left here today over the Cotton
:, :entwined with ivy and in the center WtMf.lV'i'
setting. Belt railroad bearing the delegates
., ;._was a.moat exquisite maidenhair fern The Sun, along with the host of and visitors to the Confederate reunl. t+

,tl !4.<'r,.which has already served at the center friends, congratulates Mr. Rembert ion at Louisville. The. train will be TC0PYOfWRAPPiCASTORIAMe i

:,:Kpiece: for two marriages in Gainesville. upon the lady he has chosen for a life Joined at Mt. Pleasant by the North :tA0

"t '': Outside the chancel an aisle for the companion, and believes that Mtts Texas Confederates and will consistof

':,.. : -bridal party. was improvised by placing MeCook displayed equally as good taste two sections when It haves. Tex:' .r....'............ MCW NS COf.

.:,i1' .:..';pot flowers. in her choice for a husband arkana. The Sons of Veterans and the 1. '\lY' !''iIIi.m.::
) Although the marriage occurred at \V> extend our'but withes, and hope sponsors will also be on these trains
'
t ftuoh an early hour, the large auditorium that their married life may be long and

:$ wa filled. Promptly *t o'clock happy. ___.__ __ Convicts Inherits 10000. -..,..: ..--. . -. -- -------_ --.- --... _. --- _.__ _.-._- --_. ..-______.
iI \the. great pipe organ uuder the deft DEATH OF MRS. ALTMAYER. Michigan City, Ind., Jun. .-Wll.

touch Mrs.Trus Denby,began to send !Ham Caldwell] a prisoner In the state [ POLKA* DOT CANS. ?

+a .j forth the tones of Wagner's Bridal Well Known Uainesville Lady Passes penitentiary, who was convicted three

; 'y, ChorlJ', and as this turned Into the Away In Montgomery Ala. i years ago for murdering: an Indlanapo. ETOPMNT:
; Inspiring Strains of Mendel.'t .- received 1.Wis THE TI
.tt'i eweet ; Information was received in this city lie man, hss just $10.000, his ,
: 'bon" Wedding )March the bridal of the estate left
'; portion by an east j jMy.
. Wednesday morning of the death of (.prWil Meo.etauai.'w,
; '; ";, patty approached. Down the two main I \ nerd relative ..w. S..IiO-, M
Mrs. J. Altmayer, which occurred: 1w.'I Y' 1 aI
.
.. .
: tJ' :Aisle of the church came the ushers, W r., M..u.-p-
at her home in Ala.
Montgomery, ,
:,. )fl'. T. Bodiford and Mr. Bayer in they from the effects of an operation, for appendicitis Just What Everyone Should Do. I Above all liSt: GOOD .PAINT: ;
.I j; right aisle, Major Wheeler and Mr. Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinvillu. (>a., '. The mil hawed*!! )lust pure bnwtd i.the 'e"-thc' one erne requis.he .
1 );', Piston in the left aisle, followed by during Tuesday night. always keeps battle of Chamberlain'sColic l of' rood punt for which hen i.,.J .ut.cilulc-.nJ: the sera t' iy to Sjtt- the- 1
l I Deceased was a sister of J. J>I. and pure irrtti.untrr4 oil. if M bur the otl and
I >i' Miss Omerea MeCook as maid of honoron Cholera and Dmrnoea/ Remedy
Marcus Endel., and was well known in
J ,r '. the right and Miss MoBeath.of Oxford this city where she was virtually at band ready fur instant us... Attack Ilit Q
i.J. on the left. Then came the bride of colic, cholera morbus and diarrhoeacome
reared. Fifteen she
years ago was
t.. leaning upon the arm of her eldest married Mr. Ahmsyer and four on so/suddenly that there Is no $* ttlY.-\ 'F/r tvtiy gtUon ./ Kink<* Paml buy MM ,.lI ot ./UurJ! ells ;
...' .tJfO.&her. Mr. P. Eraser MoCook, and t.o time to hunt a doctor or gu to the store Ttu miLm two (*||OIM oi,fwint.ready "fur UM You then k or thsi 1M paint,
i ': children w.rct born to them, two of rou'rt pumnf on your KOUM 11 alive-"lh vrnuinc ml' U in it." and pim M alOe j
a ", ,they were met near the altar by ,the whom are still living. For the pastfew for medicine. Mr. Barber say : ". paint unl e M i 11 I' 90*of f ,...11,JNFe (ML W't will' "further explain tbt virtuesol {
.best man, Mr. Hill of Fernandlna, and have tried Chamberlain's Colic, Chol. lUnloch Ptinl il pas will cR '114 tee u. -
years she has resided with her
t the groom who took and led the bride era and Diarrhoea Remedy, which is
husband In Montgomery. She was STERNBERGER & PHILLIPS
;;,. '. .to the foot of the altar where the brl- here about three months ago as the one of the best medicines I ever saw. ,

,,' "';-.dal, party was grouped in a pretty tab- guest of her brothers and friends. I kepIa bottle of It in my room a. I Ihave GAIN SVILLR', FLOBD..A..
;.'f! ,leau. Then the beautiful marriage had several attacks of Colic and
Messrs. Marcos and J. M. Endel departed
e t' ceremony of the Methodist Church was yesterday for Montgomery, It has proved to be' the best medicine I ,

;., .J.. Impressively. read by Rev. T. J. Nixon. where they will attend the funeral this ever used." Sold by all druggist. -- IN

';1AUer\ the ceremony the bridal party afternoon. It was originally Intendedto

l,'I/ .with their friend hurried to the Seaboard bring the remains here for interment CL'DE LINE ,

't. depot where the bride and a. two children of the deceasedare
'
'' groom took the early morning train Interred In Evergreen cemetery joy

v'',, for Jacksonville from whence thy bat different arrangements were finally !

'will; visit various town on the East I mad., the husband preferring (that

?{ Coast, returning in about two week to the interment be held in Montgomery,

f$! th* groom'. home at Lennon. Deceased la survived by a husband tLwfflJTtz

._. The bride wa attired in a golng- and two children, Babettee and Louis

:J.ff :way gown of garnet silk with bat and and four brothers, Ltnan. J. M., Marcus I Because they are the bent

tt, glove to match carrying; a huge boo and Albert M. Eadel, to all of in the land for the money !
'f': qat< of *iq.lsite brid*'* rose that had whom the sympathy of friends Is extended. -

.! oom direct from Philadelphia. Never Ask you dealer for the
Ta.X-: w'jmjiiTrTj'ar B.diLII : bad pretty Alma MeCook looked pret Jim" Shoe and insist .
Cure Old Sores. "Sunny ........wUJeJacksonville

u'. tier.Th two ;young lady attendant w.... Westmoreland. Kans. May B, 1903. on getting it. and New York, ,

attractive In creation of creamsilk'tlaao Ballard Snow Liniment Co. Your .... .. -- .. '" Calling at CHARLESTON S. C.. both way*.

looked Snow Liniment eared an old sore on KUAU'SS.R4tprHutlDIt The Finest CoatwU Serrlc
*. and both girlish; and MAX Steamship in the
the side of chin that
I1' my was supposedto
Strf"fclil- ....t. Mis Omens MeOook earciod
pink rose whll Mis* MeBeath carried be a cancer. The sore was stubborn Clyde New EnglaticUuul Southern Linos

white carnation with fern.iV and would not yield to treatment an .... ...
asparagus Direst 8rle Between JAOKHONVII.LE DOtTTON tad r
r ill I tried Snow E. A. WElL & CO. *
which
Liniment did ....,.
,Ti groom; and his ..Ueo4aa'were the work la short order. My sister. PROVIDENCE and All Easters ..oI.te.
jyAdfeaaad In conventional black, each Mr. Sophia J. Canon AliensvilU, WHOLESALE SHOES Calling at Charl..ton both way*.

,.f&t \wearing a whit boutonnicre.r Mime Co., Pa., has a sore and mistrusts 8 A-I-WS22flK2.; :: s XT.N'GA ;

,.; | / .Tb* brads baa lived br tine her that It U a cancer. Pleas sendneraoOabottU. Of All l>e.rrlatloaa. Bouthbotntd ..? ........ ,. rrom Lwl. Wharf, ItMtoaNorthbooad.
Bold John-
.t-iI oalUnood, aad her all of her Immodlat by W. M. ...... ..... .. from foot of Cathodes *!.. Jaeksunvlll
:: son. ____________ r
: relatives on ber mother's, ltd*

"'!:. >bav. always resided. Summer Tourist Rates Via Atlantic Sol Agot for.0 ., ... I ofp1.1DI Coast Une.
,Mr. Rembert a young man
> address has many friends la If you contemplate visiting summer !* JC1L1TY Shoes Xvry .r..r JAUSCOOMVIL.LIO and HA.NKOMO

;jOalnesvill. and Is I a most prosperous reeorU Me ticket agents Atlantic Coast pair warranted. Stopping( at ...talh. Astor, 81. fraaeU, rsford (DLaa4)aa4 Inl.rm.diass

.,>9.a c business ma*. U. I* to. *ldstoa Ltac and get all lafonnatloa with reference Landings oa tft. John Rlvr.Steamer ;

I '::+ ) of Mr. and Mr*. D. 0. R.mbrt of to rate, route. schedules and J. ".nu... Af tot "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"

flsnatar S. 0., on* of be' oldest aadXOMlMat Pullman ssrvl.**. Summer tourist' rate -'- ---- I. appolaU to ..u.* follow f 'av. JACKSOMVILLK u4ays, Tu.*...'* '
faaUll** of that 8&a&e. are avow la ..**, to all in* priB ipJ retort sad Thor....'.. .&*J pp. m. Ui.ralctg. leave SA"rote fJ Uuodsy. r 1
E. H. WATERS W*<|a4ay. aDd 9M
:'Tbs JOPCiJ.ul'" of the yooag eoopl tftrooghoBt u.. coaatry with r* FrMays. a. m.
tara limit October lt. flails have .... .. KCIIKDULB aVlSTTV4'LavltJO i
'atttd'bf la* namroo and Mt e.
gift of *vtit-glaM. .l1v.,. boon aaaaoatosd to all ..' ..., asovat- PCACTISALPAPER pan. ... ...... . .....Ja.kaoavllJ*... .. ...Arrivo JiOOaja4apm
Lm_ ts aM wicur. ala! and aaaafcora rraort. For tao first .> .. . . ..... . ......falatka. . . . . . ..Lavo SiOOpatSAOasa .
Urn tlkt 1 are avow osi sale . . . . ... .. Astor . . . . .. *>X>paa
'"Sit. groom' ..****' to tits bride waa mud-trip HANiER spism. . . .. .... . . .ill.rrsn.fi. . .... ItOOpaa, it>
to rvsoru la New England territory. .. . .... .S.r**fovd/D.l.mad' ) ." . . lido..
-- .tn1v. .drys son, . . . .. ....... esa,.ed . . . .. .. .J.IO.-
No Secret About It. Hoot Pilntfof 10 tot) a., . .... ....<, ,ka.-..... . . .. 10 110O seofGRL

It i* aw*.*..*t dill tar aaU, bars. and DecontlBf.Brvwa :PAM. AKDTICKET OmCK. sn W'BAY !!., JAOKBOMVILLg

/ 1 MtEIFM$ ..**,.,* *"__.....y**, b41t.... st 'OJl4a.I..a...rw. ..... tea m... sMr K ......... a. "'
"a..f G tr* anew Ttaawmd.tli .othJac to M ...nI" M ........'. JLi\\ II*... ('.....,.* (lahs/svf.e f1.t.I Ir.I fa.tyu01'cR J. t7s.tst1tas a f".4utr srells..s..aA
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i.Ira. S.a1 b i _ alee Salt*. -1l didn't taao ioaff toMr asv'a .,&. cw _
.. a l... .**. I kad.sod Is..iii o.L .iiMf.. tr. t3Yk Nt1'.tS1:
for oar* y/* writ** D. L. Or"*.*ry of Fall !.U.**ft Paiat and Wall Parr I 0...",! Maaaff.C ...*nJ Ag.aas
Ho*.,Tmv .. at alt drag ...*.*. { la sleek at ****.. a rlmss to UM ua4. IIM.IIM I....,...t.eww........"e. T. .""

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4 THEBAILI'SOT: GAINESVILLE, ;FEOBIDA: JUNE ''15,1905

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f j dj OAt LVH '' ONE OF ..MANY.'I' JULY SMART SET.

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gun ,Every day the friends 6f Gainesville The abort storle in the July: numberof

are tending In their endorsements of Smart Sec cover a wide field.. Frederick KING OF ALL LIN:

ti Kn ered at the Post Offlee at Galn .TlDariaaa '.. the city a* an educational center and Taber Cooper, 'the well) known '

eoond-olMi Boat natter. many of them come from. the best men literary critic, contributes his first story CURES RHEUMATISM AT ALL:W '

of the State. The .following from a t.o'a01 magazine wonderfully,
H. H. MfCKJGARY: l Editor! sod Pabllnoer. ..
Jacksonville gentleman shows the sentiment strong study of a woman in a trying: .nn eoayra. o.r.aonai' .:saes err..
W. W.,ASHLEY. Aseoclate Editor. 4'guy. '
-, -- manifested' by all who are situation. It is called "Mrs. Pawling's ...eons.a.e..vs.-.,AAwwaauir'itri s oi Rn awe

!( JESSE Eo BVRT2. City Editor. aware of the fact., Subterfuge" Harold .MaeGrath ,tells

.- "Kon. A. M, Oushman In his easy and charming way an excel

LOUIS J. BRUMBY Gen'l Traveling", Areot, "Gaine.vllJ Fla. lent story, "A Dress Rehearsal and

")1,Dear Sir and Brother: I am Beatrix Demarest Lloyd who is so >< '
i F. M. FKEWITT.: Svu't. Coraponh Room I'
in receipt of jour circular letter ask rapidly I coming to the very front rank

log endorsement of Gainesville of American "The
OFFICE:: PORTER BLACK iny as authors contributes

I Kg.W. Main Street S. T&LIi.PHOH&434, the location. lor the new ,University, Idolatry of Shirley Burr" the finest .
: soon to be established under the terms", thing she has yet written. Ellis Parker ,
TUB DAILY ftl'H, published cvuYlUOI'aingex. of the LJ" ltm.n bill.' ,Butler is a real humorist and in V
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cept Monday,delivered by carrier in the city,or
r :mailed toaoy part tf the United Stately pontage "I shall ta very gled'to do anythingfor "The Grafters" he handles" unique

free forfjaycar; .SO .!x months; '1.25 three Gainesville in securing the site thatI plot as only he knows how to do. Gil-

'f"< monthciorjo; cent for' five weekt-Mrictly in possibly can, but I am not a politician bert Frankau the son of "Frank Dan-

: a advance. simply a plain.'everydsy' doctor by," I is represented by a bizarre little

1 Reading notice*In local column lacenta a line and -ny experience Is, that baring no tale happily called ."Two Recurring."

i for Brat liiMrtlon, ands cents for each additional votes! to'give or control the Individual Other remarkably original stories are "

loKrtion. ccunts bat little where so much I is expected by, Emma Wolf, Eleanor H. Abbott

application.Rate. for dl \\.llay adverting made known on 'In the bestowal of a favor as Margret Temple, and Tom. Masson ; READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE.V: ). 1'

momentous as this selection promisesto and there is one in Trench by J. -

{ r The Twlce-a-Week Sun iaa eight-page forty. be. I 'do think that Gainesvillewill Marni. "I was mach afflicted with. rheumatism, writes .
JJd.C.Nad lowaville Sedgwick Co..Kansas,"going !d
t A column paper puMUhed every Monday and make an almost ideal-if the ideal Edgar Baltus, who is always epigrammatic deal of li y5
about crutches and pain
on suffering a great
ol ;W
and contafaia all the the
Thurday, new
"eE can ever be reached ou earth-Univer* has fairly outdone .himielf fo I was Induced to Ballaid's Snow Liniment which "
try
s week, local State and general, and will be
y Or mailed poMagc free, to any part of the United city town, and having the nucleus oradanct'd Ills essay, ."The Importance of Being cured me, after using three SOc bottles. IT IS THB b., 1r"1 1'f'
GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED have rec't, : 'yrrs
education establiihed Somebody ; :'
4' states or Canada for Ji.co a yer-ia advance. already \
ommended It to a number of persona all express g
there, is a very strong argument The poetry I.the best that America walk
benefited It. I
themselves aa being by now 't ,,\,
f All advertinlng of advertisement bill become, nnlcM due after otherwiaeatlpulated lint for Increasing tho strength of an produces, and comes from such '."or. without crotches, and am able to perform a IrfU'r" ". tr'

appearance In contract. Parties not known tons institution which for so long has doneso lie writers as Arthur Stringer Theo- deal of light labor on the farm." ':ate''...... ;L

+ will be required to pay for advertising la ad much in an educational way for the dosia Garrison Frank Dempster Sherman THREE SIZES: 25c, SOc AND $1OO; 1:' ,tzr

vance. Address. THE DAILY SUN boys *nd girls of }Florida. John Vance Cheney, Virginia 1 &
BALLARD SNOW UINIME&4TCO. ,
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04JII&8VI1.U. FLO .. .. Woodward Cloud Carolyn Well. Florence
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$T. UOUB. U. & A.
- Wilkinson and the ever delightful ... :'

Ex-Ooveinor Odell! lefers all inquirers i THE OLIVE BRANCH. Gelett Burgess. It is a splendid number .

; in the Equitable scandal to Governor -there I* no doubt of that. j.i't'

i' ,Hll'lln. President Roosevelt is generally caricatured SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

a. clothed in Rough Rider Rockefeller Will Give AW. -VV. MT. JOHNSON: Qni: : ..esville: 1 f

New York Is to have a $15,000,000ho uniform and swinging a big stick, says New Orleans. June 13.-State bank '

't' tel to be fifteen stories-or a million The Wall Street Journal. His present Examiner U B. Thomas, who Is a

dollars a story attitude before the world, however, is member of the Louisiana Baptist committee "' "" ''''' 1

that of a man waving' an olive branchin appointed to chose a cite for :

4' Now that Sweden has a divorce from his band. For a statesman who has a Baptist college in lioulslana, announces

Norway, she will not deign to recognize talked so often about the necessity. fora today that John D. Rocker. Ilf You Are insured. .) .*1!

J her old companion big navy and preparedness for war, feller had promised Ute Institution .

President Roosevelt certainly made liberal financial support The locationon '
V. ,
Important contributions. to the cause the Institution will be, anounced '
The "peculiar and unique fitness" of
In a Company)' that is Responsible Have a Policy Correotly :. :
of world It his
has been privi- In Novembe.r .
M. meeting
some plaqei as a location for the Unlverslty peace. a Written ith Liberality of Policy Contract. and the Company tr;!'iPays
l l..ge to set in motion the machineryfor
Losses
is most remarkable. Promptly ,
a second assembly of the Hague Liner Stopped to Save Life.

> The peasantry of, Rotsla will no peace congress, and now he is takingthe : New York. June 13.-While the Ma.Jeetlc j ytvP.
lead In a movement to effect" peace You Are AssuredThat J
doubt want to erect a monument to of the White Star line waa at
between Runla and Japan.
Admiral Togo, for aiding In bringing aa In a gale her engines were slowed

on'peace negotiations. It seems scarcely; probable that the down for two hours In order that the no serious Ipis can overcome you without you have some :.

tN' President's letter to Russia and Japan ship's surgeon; Dr. A.. B. Francis ...... refute
t on this subject would have been made .
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operation and .t.
Captain Marian the. alleged naval could perform an rave ,
public unless there was good reason to
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of the United States does the life of Arthur Campbell, a stew

a about expert as well explaining Tone's navy victoryas believe advanced that the thereby.cause It of Is peace to be wouldbe hoped ard. Fire, L Life, Accident and Health lilsurailce.yt(

he did the engagement at Santiago.
that the present bright promise for an FOR TOO.
IT 18 LADIES
6f r ending of the great: 'conflict In the East None but Reliable Companies Represented .
The will ;
Norwegians of this country With
will be fulfilled peace between '
petition the President to have him re- -. ',.. "l
Russia and and
I Japan an adjustmentof
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OwtWha
Tker ( Flee Tklr Hair FallUc .
cognize Norway as a nation. If he the Equitable controversy, two Herplrtd : A.. 3MT- CUSHMA.N: : 0l. i'
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reeognlces those in this country he will :
things which have been working for
have to postpone his trip South.. the disturbance of business will\ be removed Ladle who have thin hair and whoso Information cheerfully furnished GAINESVILLE FLORIDA: C.4;

... . .. hair U falling out can prevent the hair ,
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H3& \ und thicken the with '
falling out. growth
The Daily News mill of Pentaeola --- M. .- " "" " ""I'
Newbro's "Herplclde. tlenldaa. H rpl-
r:' Yj has been inspecting: the Italian cruiser The Lake City. circular recently !I.. old I* one of the roost agreeable hair -..----- -- -- -.--- v'lH
+, which Is now at that port and declares sued and numerously signed by the dressings thor la. Herplcide kill the PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF'
dandruff that eitta the hair off at ,
that the of the Italian germ
jackles navy are clergy of that city which sets forth
t the root. After the germ In destroyed,
1 not 'In the same cla. with the blue the environments of the! city In the the root will shoot up. ..iiJ the hair crow Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt. 13*

jackets on Uncle llama deadly missile highest terms Is hardly borne out by long .1 ever. Even! a iwmple will convince .

stingers. ___ V_ __ _V_ the statement of at least one of the any lady that Newbro'a Iterplcldala _
an Indlnpennabto toilet requlnlte. It
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trustees of the University. That the contain no oil or grease. It will not ataln EXPRESS PllEPAIin Bulk (;dl-Jug1I Free-Net Prepaid. i4 $
The Russian troops, in their merciless pastors of the city are united now there or dye. Bold by leading OrunrUu. 8.>nd Fun Qt. Measure Ota 6QM. ItQu.S .
,1 slaughter of Jews hare brought seems to be no doubt from this circular lOc. In Stamps for rampta'to The Ilerpl- Huntlmr Club Rye .......ft t1tt H 00 7 00T Rye Gin.'U\o I \Corn.Per Gallon Good:grade. "
+ the condemnation/ of the whole world competition clde Co., Detroit, Mien. Nelm: County Rye... .. 110 4 m BO M.OO Per Gallon-
and for the location ;
the .......... Rye,Gin. Corn Kara. Vine quality,
on their heads.S hen It comes to fighting of the State school will possiblybe J. H.!' BodlfaH ft c... olal Aventa Monotrram.. Rye. 1 I 10I M a 00 U.60 Per Oallon: t'a'r'
Banne', 11' Rre........ I I 7ft a 9 SO Rye Gin Corn. Rum. Hat for the money 1'1"&oolaIDrolttl.
} defenseless people the Russian the means of uniting its people In a .- ............. s> BOHoUaodOla. 00M !too .; $&.OO Per Oallon: .r.1 i
soldier i. at his best lie Is unworthy bond of universal brotherhood not enjoyed Malt Wblakey........... a 1& a 00 9 60 'H" Rye Peach and Apple"' -F. Mellowd i"
the name of soldier. Peach BraAdr............ a7. 100.10 by are. "'
there for many years. Another '4.00 Per Gallon:
FOLEY'SHONEYRuTAR .. ........
Ap,1e Urand' 1 100 9 WSM Vletorta RJe. Social! Drops Rye. Uedtelma ;'{
-- ups eiample of the good that the people oftlain.erille .......... ... t 7Sn 4 S5on T 2' quality
; The Miami ) try that "aD, are doing all the time. Oe.OID..I a LENPST.LOUJ9BJtEK. Per Do. J*

} person or persons other than those Works are what count. North Carolina.Corn.... ....... S s 00 I 00M ratata/T Me" .r... .... ..?....... ............../! .'
Mountala S
biased' or prejudiced would without Com.JanaloaRuot... . .... .. 7ftSHI Ik 00. 9 Katra Pale . ....,.. .. ....., ........... I OS t
4 S T SSS Ataodan......... ......._ ........? .. | at> ,
argument and of their own conviction of Medford.. Hum::..::-.::: : 111' CW M Malt. extra dark t..... .......... ?.. ... | OS
The settlement of the
contest . . ,. .
Coourver Imported .. ........ & OG'aaa. '
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declare In favor of Oaluesvllle; a. the Mary J. Winlhrop's will gives Princeton kIN or He I Bourbon > nA son M Ale. (4nu.. ................., ....... ( w
proper place to maintain a permanent nt erlglaaJ nortm a% Allowed oa All Goods of Sane GuI u.w stout, au..., ......__........... SSS y
Theological Seminary one million Prlo Frtae by tke bbL on appUo. oa. ,e.
Stale college, and It is the general con seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar LAXATIVE cl ggh rswciy.Tli I
census of opinion of the people of this .
*-more than doubling: Its endow R.gAUAJWMT. HANNE BROS J1CK805TILLE
4 section, as well as those of the State at ment.Pensaoola. .nulne FLA. ,

eh large, that the committee to select the rounrs' BONBT amid TAR Isle

:' .1'. locate It Ih.r,," Is now a first-class post % Yollew pswskair*. Refuse 1.bd1&e1. J u. M. OBASIAM, President II. E. TAYTOB, Cashier

office and the postmaster will now get >rs>iMsrssl only lit, Oao. W. iras, Viee-Prealdent. Las QaABAM. Awt. Cashier 4

xt A lady who has been a winter visitor *.,CXX) a OM.. ..
Jear. .. ., Oe>ma>*njr. ft
at OalneatIlle for the past five ,
years Per Sale by J. TT. HcC laat A Ce.MUUKOWOMCB.. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
a In speaking of the people of the city, The field erops of Paseo county are ,

said t "I have never been in a city of said to be phenomenal this 'eU4>D. -- -- k 1

the II.. of Gainesville where the moral OF GAltQ"ES'v: i
as atmosphere was so free from taint w I'M ate Y.e......... .wLE_

this city and In all the time I stays or OHIO OTTT or Turin t II en..Syi t r s tafeaweea11..W. dt..a.ee+ aaaa..r.w.e- ........., THE ONLY .
NATIONAL
11"1 LUCAS COVWTY. ( .. ..( .*.... M..bsse.s. BANK IN ALACHUA COCapital . ,
i,, been here. I have yet to hearth. r...... Ps/.lt..,sad aT7 M .Mrss. ,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
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} bit of gossip or slander from tte lips of .7V a_ _, 50,000
00
U senior partner of the firm of F. J. -
I ,.. M w...... .: .
of her Mara
'i any p4 )ple. ba. often thought S.L -
Cb....' S PO., doing bwslst.*a lathe __ ...-Ml"SMa
remarkable." ...6n ssti.Unal Surplus and Undivided Profits.
It most aa. s ;
. 30,00000 :
_._ e..y of Toledo county and State aforesaid .f.aa ee ..<..... \\u
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-.-- and that ..141na will pay she DMe.n.. a.....,..MrM-..wttII tMChha...., Ie say Mat to 1M '.f
sMM
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tae ss -ef ra.r-$ereaease.Ce ,
According to a report In The Tampa sum of ONR HDKDKEP DOLLARS a--.a........,... All hose rtpado.e.wer.ataai vro aa---"o- ',' .
Tribune, the eolor4 nurses in that for each and ."''''1 caw of aiarth that .ur .

; oily Infltet. cruelties oa the little whit cnanot be eutvU by tbo ..*. of Haifa PATENTS _ __-_ -_ B. E. TAYIAB.Cltablex. :

children la their charge that are very C.ta"hFJLUlJt J. CIIE\tY'.

sever sad aced- Investigating. The 8 r m lo ttffor me and aabeorlbwlla "

i lady informed The Tribune that she my p,....... this 6U day. of D.- E!! tI. w''Vo-: == MRS, LIVE 1118 B. F. JORDAN
;;rii; ....
aaw e M -u.aa
protested against the cruelties sold softbr, A. D. $.. .
..,"..* -. t. A$ COUIlTlt.C" OCCIDENT IS ,
'L "' TM abased bf the negro B..rs.*. one of (8ul.). W. Ouu.80f. Ila.rs.. weer... W'-taraas ....-.
them stating that tfcey would "tna.r. JfotAftT J"\o'auo. ... r..eawpraut !H8 OLDESTAHB '
MM w. .....bIIIaahaI:
eM }
haul
Oettvnfc Oa.
to taken lairnally. iOiL"1
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tt dtr her" If she Mid aayt&Iag about ----
a INSURANCE
aid site tflrtty. o* the blood Iw aSSb. sail.... .....s_ .. BEST C0HPAVXES .
r what she saw. Yh. girls' shook the and masons rarf&ewa ill UM tytteca.t w s. ..

d .hlkr.a until Ui.y esteemed | threat en4 for .... _asttela.r.*.. n
JL o4 them with iaUact amid with being f. J. OH&ttEY A CO.-.wOo O. .

..J thrown Iota the river lad otherwU Sold by all drtixtuta Tfte GASNOW ,
"*' Tats Haifa Family P11a. for ...nett.patio' k4'.A .
lti beta Po' i
mlsu* "' .- TtPi BLOCK GAINESVH.LC
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'THE DAILY SUN; GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE'J5, 1905 , '

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'1, TILL 19egln Taking Otomalslon Todntmi SPECIAL: RATE TO BUFFALO. j Big Bear Killed In Florida. ", "
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Apalachicola FUu, June 14 -Andenson ,. 'I,'
Via Seaboard Air Line Account Session killed .I-I,
Wires, a negro* a large
;OF FLORIDA \ of B. P. O. E. !. black bear near Sopsdbopu Kla. Mr. 'i'II"/',. .

I The Seaboard Air Line Railway has Bruin wtighrd groea '302 pounds. Ills f

e been' designated by the Florida Elks' I weight had no doubt been Increasedas h'y

d .ippenings From Various Association a* their official route from I he hal I breakfasted on a 65-1'<'\10<1 1i

Sections of State. r.vOool u..,w ...._ "1"___" Florida to the GraSci Lodge Session at i hog Aiu'ii t !' -on says he und several" ? ,;

Its Vitalized Medicinal Food Properties Buffalo. It ia th* desire to operate a i others \\< 10' looking for the bear \In i iI :

,h In are Bringing Very Quickly Healthy Realized.Color to the Florida Jo lta' *f>e lal train to leave I the swamp winch i 1M near a bay and

,. .. HE MOST. : IMPORTANT. EVENTS Cheek or the PAle and Saltew. Tampa at 8 p. 'm July Rth. and Jackssonville while In tli.> S\\limp he enplrd the .
In ( I
Producing .n'l
Strength to the
Weak to Imal l appiuarhicg him not more tb
the Feeble l and the Invalid. at 9 a. m. July Oth. Thn train
\!t'THrtPtrinS -n "Th Land of Flowers." In Toning up the B'atf'm' Convales 30 feet distant Ho tUscliartced tncbeds
lu con.Ut of dining baggage; car and
cent from Kxhaustlngr Dlpr.. ..
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"Boiled In Clennnln) IIf.lIck.1I t in his head. A rw'
/ Things Down" to Suit the *; the Entire System. drawing room Pullman sleepers
..;,' In Nourishing the Vorrut.. member ltf t the party came up and ,
igy ,, :,Reader-Items of Interest to In Rounding Out th'. Thin Peaked through to Buffalo without change.
\ 1.B : flre nvtpistol bulls Into the
Face of Children.In dying ,1
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The route of travel will be via Seaboard *
.r, t.Ctgsses. nullrtlnic up on their Little Bodtet bear which was soon' relieved of us
the t> .trable Pink and Whtta Flesh and to Richmond passing through

, .$ v ...:Qoru("Offering! at Candler for want Color In Dotting and Dimple their eheeka that with make the.Mother'Pretty Savannah, Columbia, Camden and skin in the and Its Illliblhhll'd aiuoin those

r) 'J. off;'Irrigation. Heart Glad.OZOMTTLSION Raleigh ; I R. F.1'. to Washington, party.__,,____. _. I i

tf ., "SJind' tjgers" are being hooted in I. an Aatldotc for all DI...... Caused by and J' nD. R. R, Washington to Hut Travel Resumed In Subway. I
: I 1>eSOt -' JSxpoanre to Cold and Wet. falo. seventyfive
; county.b Only are
I! piKM-ngers
'. To prove Its Medicinal Food Merits a Now York Juut II lluDugh err' alKcrs.ienn
:', ** Amateur- burglars are doing some Trial Bottle. Free 'by Mall required tq secure this special train. vice on the subway at ,5.jr:: this inoin. :
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business at Pensacola.A Will be dent on requeet. Writ by letter service. lug was resumed. Al that hum tho n
or postal card to to Buffalo! and!
Round-trip rates return -
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train the
..; new phosphate plant three miles Ozomulslon Co.,98 pine St.,new York. from Gainesville, $ .,ri from Bowling; Green is contemplated. All Xtnictfst*-Two size*-600. and 11.00. section b 't\\prn Finirtrtnth street ard
Passengers from MUnu and Key:: Grand Central fine! SuuiU afternoon I Englnf.
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Miami will have a tanitoriam built West at Jacksonville.
wlll..e.purcbue when the strvlce xvaH.topped by the the
Absolutely safest and most eco-
:in that city by a New Jersey company. WANT TO BUILD IN SUBWAY. Pullman sleepers for Huf- .
: Through bursting of H 4S Inch water main In nomioat I p-)wer now on thviuirket. All
; Fii i The fall term of Stetson University falo will positively leave Tamp at 8 Park avenue near Forty-first street, ,Ises-l 't to 1M horse power.Vrit* for

'( :J]4. College] of Law begins September 27th, Capitalists Desire to Operate Underground p. m. July 8lh and Jacksonville 0 a.1 I The operating officials expert to have price. .

(:/ 1906. Railways In New York. m., July 9th for the Klk: and their the line In PIMK! running order for the This! "lllth 'to not a "Jrtck at all
i New York June IS.-Thomas F. friends. Secure Pullmsu sleeping trades" wiiii ilinvnu nr niu>ri*>. and v
t The Tampa Electric Company is nowIr your mornlR rush today f
sundry triggers: : lu keep ynll"ruallfld.
Ryan. Peter Weidaner, and Edward J.
i. i'f' engaged laying new rails for their car space now. I but it 18 a "Crck Juts... tn1,.. your
"' Berwynd are. according to the Herald Tickets sale at rates named for Found Cure for ?
t J trolley line. OP Dyspepsia. I work, and no 1I\k.- Sold coder full ,
the three capitalists who compose the all trains July 8ih,9h and 10th, but guarantee nr tiittjk. Sims
weather has and Mr. S. Llnt"ay: of Furt William Ontario I your money
tr Dry injured corn
'L ,..,,11. t
mysterious Metropolitan syndicate plioity
In order to reach Buffalo for the
op..n.log Canada, who ha* entferedquiteanumber ( !
f \ other early crops at Macclenny. Cotton | '
which is to bid for the construction
session ask for sleeping car reservation of yt-.r* from dy>|>epia and GEO. W. MOVERS.
t.r good. of the extensive subways laid out by I
."i on the Florida Elks' Special + great pains I in the Ilom""h."U ..1.lIt alu.t1'UI.' . Florida
: Eleven residents of Perry county the Rapid Trans! committee. Considerable \
A day in Washington sight-teeing: vied her drult6oi.t to take' ('ham.herlain' .
l ; .. ..
I'promilee hare been licensed to carry revolversand secrecy has heretofore surrounded the -
and visiting government building Stomach and \"l"r'l'"Lh.tfl..
Winchesters. the Identity of the men composing
has been arranged. Site did so and rays "I tlnd that they
. Now claim that it is fact that'a the syndicate whose operationswere
' they a Stop-uversof ten days within final
have done me a great deal of azOtd.| Ihave
trolley line will be built from Jack to have been directed by Secretary , Daytona
limit on all extended tickets, has been had "ltY..rllll.lneE' I
of the 'Navy Paul Morton, have' never any :
to St. Aagustine. I arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia began using thi.m It troubU'd with _
now taken the chairmanship of the
'; Work has commenced on the foun4a- Life up Baltimore and \Va)hinlon.A dyspepsia or indiB.-..tiou why tot tMb* .
Equitable Assurance society.
: of thf' Georgia Southern and Flor. It Is further asserted by the ileuM trip to New York can be taken. inconveniently these tablets, get well and stay "t.t! ?

.. railroad terminal building at Pa. on side-trip rates of $4 For sale, by all druggi.te.I.0 Beach
;
; that the syndicate will enter the Rapid! : : 4
#" latka. Philadelphia to New York aud return,
; -'v' Transit field In this city with a combined
John Rutledge was fined $10 and ten good six days. "' F,
of $100,004.000. -
capital each f.\ RATES -: - ---- -- -
;, days at Fentaoola, for taking oseu member' contributing a third of that The Florida delegation will )>e personally

latory privileges on the ruby lips of amount. Mr. Ryan and Mr. Dcrwynd conducted by James F. Taylor, --

Em. Jones. vUscclenny are well known In New York's financial traveling passenger agent of the Sea Via Louisville & Nashville The "Kennice"a,
board Fla.
Tampa,
Is bound to keep op to affairs and Mr. Widener' Is one of
For sleeper reservations or other Information Railroad.
the times. A baby boy born a few days the wealthiest m n' In Philadelphia.The .
Will accommodate {
for
parties lightbounrkrrplnir .
write S. C, HojUton, Jr.,
"
routes for which the syndicate
ago has been named after the Japanese .
will bid have already been laid down passenger agent; or A O. MacDnnell: The following: low round-trip rates. *r beard with room.
Admiral Togo.
the assistant general;: passenger agent, from Jacksonville,\ to various points Fur rates apply I 10
by Rapid Transit committee andit
The sea is encroaching: on Anastasia Jacksonville, Fla. and West will\ tie In effect
North on
is estimated that the total cost of -- C. A. KBNNBY. Goodall Fla. 4b
and of ehan.
there is
Island danger a
building at the proposed lines will dales shown. Proportionately ratesfrom .. .. ... .
-- -- '''' '' - -
nel being cut through if steps are not
will) other iPOUTLAXDOREGONKatf
reach $160,000000. The contracts CASTOR I '
taken to prevent it. The FloridaFruit
probably not be let before November. > $W)).HO,
Will Helwlck and Louis Adams two For Infant. and Children. account 14.wl.Clark Centennial '.Ir.

X, young men, have been bound over toke A Thousand Dollars' Worth of Qood. The Kind You Hare Always Bought Tickets sold CM rial n dales May' 23 to and Truck Grower
: the circuit court at Jacktonville Sept 28, with final limit Wdsys.
"I have been afflicted with kidney
charged with anon. and bladder Beare the // HAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANOK- .
trouble for year, passinggravel I. J. IIRUMDY Editor and Prop'r,
Shipments of vegetables (row Bow (.}:S, CAL -Rate tF41.80. Tickets sold
or stones with excruciatingpain B1patv.of certain date -'l'rlll0 to August 14, Inclusive OCAU FLA
ling Green will aggregate 12,000)( crates, ," says A. H. Thumps,. a well ; Dual return limit Mtdays from

i' while over fifty cars of melons have already known coal operator of Buffalo O. "I -- date of sale, not to exceeduv. 80. One.. Year . .. ..... ...... . . ., $.1.00HIDlTtf l

been shipped.The rot no relief from m.dlolnfJ1lltll I begin Panama to Coin Sliver. DKNVKK: COLO.( -Halo 142.65. ao!. rwples . . . . . . 10

residence of T. B. Byrd of Tallahassee taking Foley's Kidney Cure ; then Panama Jur.o 14-Tne governmentof count' International K|>wurih LenKU ,
Panama In accordance with the desires !Convention. Ticket sold June :V\9 to -f--A
flre the result A few d
ry was damaged by Sunday was surprising. (>>t'lItart..d
1
of tho canal commission and the July 80, lucluilve flual return limit
morning tn the extent ,of upwards of the: briokdnttlik substanceand '
I local banks has decided to coin $1,000.- i August| 6.I.UFFALO. A handsomely illustratixl magasln
ISOO. Fully1 insured. now have no pain across mv kidneys !
and I feel like a new man. It has 000 silver pe-on. This step In calculated I: N V,-Hat3J: M, account < -; devoted especially to th. Interests of q?
Eloy Blanton and Ed Montgomery done me $1.000) worth of good." Foley's to relieve the demand for silver I I Annual Meetings Grand Lodge the trait and vegetable growers of

of Taylor county were out ,banting Kidney Cure will core every fnrm of | II, P. O. J';. Tickets sued July h tn 10, Florida.A .

', when a dispute arose between them kidney or bladder disease. J. W. Mo- caused by the activity of the canalworks t Inclusive i.; final return limit July :2ft.TORONTO. ; special trial subserl|>tlon of six
fncrt-lull'l business
and and willpre..nt
{. and Blanton shot Montgomery: killing Collum A Co.A"ldentally. 1 I OANAI A-!Uat* 39&31). months will,* sent on receipt of 2S
9 i any monetary crisis which au acuuunt Il1t"rnaUonaltpwurth: League IfInta. Stamps takeu.

him.Dr. Shot by Girl. excess of gold night produce. Convention. Ticket told June 12: to . ..... .
5 Barber of Chicago who owns New York., June IS.-In a shooting 23. Inclusive final) return limit Aug. ---

ka; considerable land at Middleton. will gallery at Coney Island early today That FalinC., ; UPS 2ft.NAHIIVILLR. THE SUN

f* wv .,erect a'residence at that '''place, bqjld Sylvia Steaman while chatting with a If you are IAtllrllid,dfOprell..d Incap- TKNN; ,-Usl* 110 M.account .

barns and sheds on his property and friend accidentally pulled the trigger Indicates that Peabody College !Hummer:<
able for work it your I'Ichool"and.bllt HibHcal Instliutr.Tickets JOB PRINTING
go Into the business of raising chickens of a rifle which abe was holding and liver I Is oat of order. Heroine will ..- sold pertain dates June 11 to

f galte extensively.. shot Joseph Ryaa the gallery attend. laic nature to throw off headaches, July 4. final limit Mept.mberDO.

'' The voting contest at Orlando is be. ant, la the face. The bullef tore rheumatism and ailments akin to nervousness KNOXVILLE TENN.-Rat* tIe 1 b8. DEPARTMENTMakes l

"ks ginning to get interesting. The countat through his face and he will probablydie and restore the energies and account Hummer: School of the South.
from the wound. The young woman sad health. Tickets fOld certain date Jan 18 to
the. end of the third week shows vitality of soand perfect
July 1ft loolu.ivei final return limit
128,000 votes east with the Ore department was held by the polle OIL a technical J. J. Hobbard IVmple, Texas, writes September
in the lead and the Y. M. O. A. charge. Much excitement was "I hav aNd Ilerbin for the past two For lull Information, schedules and

and nigh school close behind. caused among the crowd about the years. It has done m* more' goad than I rat*. to any point North and West asH or Plain and Fancy

gallery. all the doctors I ll Is the best malls on or writ. UEO, e. HERRING, Flor- .
elo ever msde for chills and fever." Passenger Agent, 1.. A N. K. R.,
b Acute Rheumatism. fiOo. Bold by W 31. Joboson. ""I.a: Wens Bay S,.. Jaksonvlll. Fla..

Deep tearing or wrenching pains, occasioned - ------. -'- -- . -... .-- -_..,------ -..-. .- .'- -...-. Commercial4Job

by getting: wet through won
MISS n. nOKTOn.NOTIONS
when at rest, or OD first mating the

''t llmbe and 'In cold or damp weather Is LIBRARY{ VOTING COUPON.

cured quickly by Ballard' Snow Liniment '- Printing ,

O.ear Ol *on, Gibson City, III.,
This coupon entitles tb* holder to two vote that can b* east fo

writes. Feb. 1*. 1903 "A year ago Iwas Initiation competing for tb. autlfol library, when properly
r troubled with. any . .For. .
la
ANDNOVELTIES. sp.Is my back.It .
filled out timed and returned to the ballot boats /la ithr the above
soon sot so bad I could not bead
t over. One bottle of Ballard's Boot stores.

a Liniment eared ..*." Bold by W. M. Business Men.Professional :

Johnson. _________ ___-> t Xasser In.tltstUs, .. ,
8aftssr' t.
.malts** Ragtag In Chile.
. . Men
Xas*. .r htr '
g MRS. J. A. AMHON3PAYOBITB Hew York Jun HJ -Smallpox !. lav ,
THE DAILY Mt'X.
Tiag sad the Lazaretto Is tiling wl

rapidly cable* th* .,enJ4'. Valparaiso. Manufactories Etc

d Call*. corrpo4 There are today -_. .. .. '- .._-,.- -- --, .'-- --.. ---. .
;" '' GAQEST1LL'S raor thaa a thousand aaUettts acat-
1070
89.tsbUaa.et.:
tend all over the "'". The 41*.*** Legal Blanks oa Short Notice.

RESORT. .. aJao-. ravaging .u..r....*.. I* i

Jtmte, a little .H...... fort .K ut.4 E: F .D-crTTOrsr: ; &; CO.B Ta. followlag l lesser from one of oor

seer Pt.Mgsa. babosl. *Utr.. fcrok mall order *....iora i* .U **....spi.MLooUvllU .

'I" Alachua Pool Parlors Old ,....tt, .*4 Ie, ea.... groatTh Iory r

....... "iaaalkttaat. are ...1... Ky.. Feb. 11. \VA.[
U. H. MCn y.Ualvlli .
g i, A NF< ERS .. Fla.J ,
Prgvkt r. Will C iro CenettrnptiO.t, Rlvd
It' C. Bam )..r r i printing
A. A. Mmes. Hock. Art.. writ.*t matter I. do Urn. and will say U-a
I (.1 U MrfostJf ....hWlOf7. I''take ta.
"role, ,ISM ** Md Tar I* th* Lost
i ...... ... z: ..,.,. ..... ..r.l.pet. *o m.*... Maay Uutaka for
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for .o4. .AI V'< "' '
prtfiaraUott *o sfc*. sad ) "
otroobl De. .... . ..tioa ordr.
'eni . .. ali
.,.... .w we..,r-- ..e.,... s wr year prompt doRlsg
eoath .. I know tot 1$Dag eared teat. ....a&J.... ...........v .._ er.7aeeto twateet ssaw es en Yoar* ,
Bloak.Tkr
aids Loot.t4 Hare.to the *Pcm.r* flrtaU .Ub***. ..raptio to 1M fee $......** To. ...--4*" ........... ...... M**. if. 0. C...Tii.y.ortr .:
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l3oo4 slits,u4 pr ampt tukd .oartooMlavltd ...., K*.rd of aurjroao sates F Aral. M TIll ear, '

;* !mast miirtfi Th watoosa paWtobpodWly*. I.u.W...,Xce.sad TU..u4. 00.act, being- !., k7"j G,a..xIrEJg'D-x3.L1nJ:: : FLOac:: : :) Oa7 ,.*v..tll' .... ha.r .

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6 '",' T n ittf :SUN: :GiIN 1F YiLLV, FLORIDA' J11NE, 1&, 1O0IL. .

-- --- -- - ---
.
ty ;tilt
several ,uoj&th i New Orleans? h&..been

VETERANS ,GATHERFOR working to- secure the, retrnlon- aextnext .. drW
and a strong committee went V +

BIG/ REUNION alotjs< to make an appeal' to the oonrenUon.'to .

.come here. ,
,
Mobile' FiepresenUtlvee *t Reunion.

LonisvillB To Entertain,Visitors Mobile, Ala,.. June_ H';"'Moblle will
be,represented a the'reunion at Loul
n
In Jt'qyal. Style.A Vine"by, a. delegation. of 40 old confed;
.: erate from Raphael.Benorme
: : camp
.
'
GREAT, ;CROWD',1/" IS EXPECTEUAU,8ouhini : 'Ne). ,11, Potted ;.Confederate Veterans.

; ;. '".," I under fommand.of Major Saffold Ber
{ States Will B r lisp oey. They; left. here ft";' 1:80 p. m.
Sell (
< 1 Joining the lNi'w. : Cyrleaas.:V'delegationa.KId'ONTi'OT .
resenadNw; Orleans Want, Next J
"
'Rauilton-slyest;" Time la. XntlelpaUdby HONOR MEBT. I I ., '
To the Pacific Coast-to California, Oregon, WubiqtoDoj :i.,
'All.. AtUndlng.i ., They' Heltf. .. -Their''Biennial Seaslen In I ; transit and return limits liberal stop Kwrer,\ l'
the City, ef Atlanta.' I .. round-trip long : c
., rtouisvuita: Juno 14.+Aithougtt',,' the Atlanta, :Jan.'14.-Toe biennial privileges; 8r

r.unlon'of' the United Confederate'Yct meeting of: the etipreme lodge of the basis of fare for the ':,. .;
the one
!
reins doe* not open until tomorrow, gatghta'of Honor will In the The rate is practical on ' 1
: eoncene ? '
aiaajr of the distinguished flgufea, of eonventlok hall of th. Piedmont hotel trip. Of course,'if you wish to visit both California and OregOtf

i* the confederacy and,'thousand\ of.' rte T ..4&1." The'convention will probably Washington, the cost is slightly more. .' :;, ,,;

Itors are already Louisville: continue for ten day. All day mss'of "
certain dates in '. *
'
Train after reduced rates in effect on .
triun arrived': today These are "
; and'Tat njgbt the delegates were arriving - '''' ..,
"' bringing in vetetan'iind': their blends in the, city:, All indication May to October;inclui Ye. They apply from. all Eastern -poiab i; "t ')

,and'a* some.started f rpm jlrtlr*destination 'point to a splendid meeting. A* the via Chicago, St. Louis or Memphis gateways.. The Rock klaad <1:. ,.,.:.
,
I ontoday) j, .t. hot expecteaall : supreme lodge-of the Knight of Hon take eitl erCbt.r--a1O. orSt.L u at hUDClnd ,
p SyatemwID D
w will bf,In :attendance when th Grit or'meets only eY8J'J' two years, there you up to the Coast in thru ii: ''{
and ,
ry+ .+ esaloa.of theanaual'tenalop l; i* called i a'1 usually much business to be die- of other Middle West points carry you .
i to order'to'metros, at,>aoon.rt pried of. The member ,,1111be busy Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car wanrieei:;; ,. ,
The.' 'city;la 1 'profusely'':decorated, the very day of their' stay in the city. The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes: on the <4Sccak"' .. : t

; electrlceJ display' being',eatieclally at All legislation made by the aupreme route you can stop off in Colorado-see Salt Lake City-visitf ..
tractive; It'' i* J1. general opinion d '
!
Qyf lodge at one of Its conception bind
tbattbe; ctty preaents'a gayer"pp Yellowstone National'''Park; on the "Southern" route'you can go. ;'
all the branches of the order until
'
ance than"at say'other, reunion. the'next biennial gathering. i, via Q Paso thru New Mexico, then "up coast': to San Francisco. .

General Mlkle'and ,prty 'arrived- to Former Governor J. C. Sheppard, of and on to Portland or Seattle if desired.
y 'dot'from Mew Orleans.' South Carolina, dictator of good! :
supreme offer unusually
r ', regular convention l' V In short these Pacific Coast excursions an
The 'of the vet' V VV
the lodge, seen In his s
? supreme .
'erwo:*<, will be,called to order. at, noon apartment in the Whf'i Pltmont: hotel r i t'i'? chance to see our western country, in. a comprehensive manner.If ".;,

u tomorrow by.. General Bennett X.4'rr he atatec-that ha expected tbla meetIng i S ta l 5'a you desire to go only as far as Colorado,there are excursion,
:Young;commanding the Kentucky dl- of the lodge to be the best that f
sumrler'Iorig'
all
{ Ylslon. Oorernor Decbbam 'will welcome i, flt 31r rates in ,effect to that section and return, ,
it ha* ever had. "But we are here
the1' state reduced' June 30 to July 4 August 12 and:13.'
delegate to the and purely on business," said he. "We specially .

have not come for pleasure but to attend t '''a and August 30 to September 4. Extension trips .to. OgdetV '

.. to the Important business that or Salt Lake and return at low cost also. > ', /
hi,!* addres confront. u. We will be busy every '
The 'special train carrying General minute of our stay In the city" From September 15 to October, 31, 1905, onewaytourist -il

i/ N.:. R. Tisdal commander In chief of or "colonist" tickets will be on sale to California.and' ":S: :i

J the, Sims of Veteran, and his party, Cured of Bright' Disease.Oro. the Pacific: Northwest-about half regular fare. J,

are expected late this afternoon. The A. Sherman, Lisbon Red :Mills! ':
Bon meet 'In Hopkins theater, their If interested send aam. and address GO Urn coupon deiigMtkt* t
ti first session being set for 10 o'clock Lawrence county, N. Y., write: "I which booklet wanted and to what point you plan toga Name...........'. 1 !

tomorrow morning. The weather is had kidney disease for many year and date of start also so we can advise definitely with respect to ratse.6s.: ; ?r.
1 had been treated by physicians for
,l bright and warm, with the weather bu '"'
twelve years ; had taken a well known ,'
reau promising fair skies for the com :--f1 "
kidney medicine and other remedies f
InK four days, r 1:,<\
that were recommended but got no re. s...CoIonwIe ......,sod na- iiiiii 1 t"j'
lief until I began using Fole,'.Kidney CaW.r.ia : .
Alabama Well Represented. I.\
Cure. The first half bottle relieved Ns-. > 'Of
J Birmingham, Ala.,. June 11,-In ad- I '
and four bottle have cured me of
+V' dltlon to six carload of Confederate me Addreu Ad&V. '
this terrible dl..,....- Before I began ."
'Veteran who left here last night for
SEBASTIAN "
JOHN
Foley's Kidney Car 1 had to ,
taking eeouta
Louisville, to attend the reunion, a N
4" special train of 12 more car will make water about every fifteen minutes Pas Tray Mgr, Rock talaad Syrtaa, ..-...;.. 4. <

f leave tonight. This party will be headed day and night and passed a CHICAGO. D.rd..N.a 0 .'.*.:!;*, .
substance and sometimes ,
by General J. W. Bush, commanderof brlok-du.t a ;,"" fctFt'
limy substance. I believe I wpotd .
the Fourth brigade, Alabama dlvl- :
aloe, United Confederate Veteran. have died If I had 'not taken Foley'sKidney ) -.-.---.--,.....- -. .-'- ..: --------i-- --- ._ -- "'- ._- ,I ...!.:,,
,( MeColIom A Co. '
J. W.
General hush will be accompanied by Cure. Good Wheat Crop in Russia.. '

1 his staff numerous sponsor and many St. Petersburg. June .14.-The prospects
veteran Colonel
commander or the Son or Confederate Philadelphia JUDe 14.-Alumul day continue. In the south southwest -' :

Veterans In Alabama and a candidate at the University of Pennsylvania was Northern Caucasus Vistula region and ;
for commander In chief of the Sons observed today by more than 2.000 tile Ural province the condition of ,
?; left 'Jut night for Loutavllle. He U graduates of the InIUtution.'The day the crop: is far above the average: Send 5T"q-ux-3? Oaciezbo JJ.,' ;

endorsed for commander in chief by wa* devoted to an Inspection of the but.the outlook I is correspondingly bad j :;

the Alabama organisation. university business meeting and clM la some of the central governments THE SUN JOB OFFICE.IB 4r
't1j4 reunion. Nearly 60 classes and departmental and the Volga region: The outlookfor .. :

Many Veteran From Tennessee. :' organisation gathered In rye la le*. satisfactory, the failure 1 '
Nashjllle, Tena.. June It.-Tenn.- ; reunion. end the general societies held I of the crops covering the same are as ,f::<; ''J

see bid. fair to be one of the best represented ; their annual meeting at various hour. la wheat. Famine I.I predicted In S.EJ..A. O A. B J '
slates at the confederate reunion during the day. After a banquet the some of the governments.. ,
In Louisville. A large number I annual alumal society held Ita annual t

n of veteran loft. on the morning train meeting Dying"of Famine Air Line Railway ".
,
ad they will be followed this afternoonand . .. .. .
----- --- --T--- Is, In lu torments Ilk. dying of eonluniptloD.
tonight by other, All train '
are The progress of contump- I
n+ fc lng operated In two or more auctions Lion from the beginning to the very . .FOR.,. .

and the railroads are taxed to NeuralgiaAnd end, fa a long torture.., both to victim
p, their t\ttno\ to handle the :tame.r friend.. \7nen 'I bad
OtherPain. and consumption Savannah Columbia
Two coiui>anU.e of uniformed veterans In Its first stage,"writes Wn My- Camden Southern
'V Troops A. raptaln George' K. Ha- .
ers of Oarfosr Ud., ,'ter trying different
ger', and C'u llllnl| It. captain Spencer medicines I aid a flood doctor, in Pines Raleigh ?ichm rid Wash-
KaVrn left here .. ,
the
over Tenne
ee in disease Is vain I a& last took Dr. K.....'* New DIscover .
Central at Sli: o'clock this morning.Company All pain any
w
U numbers 82 men and om. nerve pain the result of a turbulent ,, which" quickly and perfectly ington Baltimore Philadelphia
I' cer, condition of the nerves. cured me. Prompt relief and sure ,
_. The stabbing, lacerating, cure for coughs colds, tore throat
Oeorjlans EnrooU to Reunlen.' darting, burning, agonizing bronchitis eto. ,Positively, prevent New York.

Atlanta, June U.-Two special>> trains pain that comes from the prominent pneumonia. Guaranteed at all drug I M,.
will pull out of the depots In Atlanta nerve branches or sensory .10.... Price boo and |1 a bottU. Trial
., Tuesday morning carrying large delegations bottle free
nerves, U neuralgia andis -.,---- --
of vH'''1011 to the reunion
y which bgn! WedneMs at big Uxilsvllie. the "big brother" of all the To Review Troop with K.IMr.Ik'rUD. I Three Elegant Trains Daily. .

other pains. June 13.-4$1; p. nu-4&np-
; At 7 o'clock a iVxithorn IIp4'C'lal11I
Dr. Miles 1 Anti-Pain Pills William Invited Sllaa UeBee editor _
.... ror
rn leave from the new p -nicor station
tt; carrying the flreman's drum rurpa. rarely ever fail to relieve! these of the Cnurcoway.. of New Tork. Seaboard Florida Limited

Camp W. II. T. Walker and Camp pain! by soothing. these larger to join the Imperial party yesterday at ,
"I'' Stonewall Jackson At ft o'clock a nerves, and restoring their I the review at Potsdam of a model battalion Seaboard

special over the Western and Atlantic tranquility. of troop composed of three Express. ;
will carry Camp A. \Mk*.|..''. [ av Dr. Miles Anti-Paln Pills area from each UIMon of the Pius

bI airy Atlanta Camp: No. lip and Camp leave no bad after-clTects, and alas army. fps majesty afterwards Seaboard Mail.
,r- Tlge Andemoa.Jackaoo. are a reliable remedy for every talked: half aa boor with Mr. UoDe
kind of pain, such as headache (lID educational religion topic

MI."I 0.1...".... backache', tomachache, sciatica
Mta. June 14.-TkU after, rheumatism and neuralgia. Huge Taasu fill Ell PULLMAN. EQUIPMENT 4
_
b aooo a special trala bearing Geoeral They also relieve Dizziness: It ".. a. hue task to undertake the I
f Robert Lowry comaaaader of the )ll.hPi' .. SI C'rl' ssucu. Nervousness our of *o.h a''bad es.e of kldaex die. > n. SJU'BOAJ1D FLORIDA LIMITED Ie a.olit ...tIM.... &raI.. .... It

,r, isslppl division Uatted Oaatederale Sickness and Distress after .*.* a* that of O...?. Collier of Chem I posed keoaa.w..17 81....... B&ahNOal 01 aew Peilmas and Ob.rntiq egaipmeas-Can Di.bal- Cat Do4abIe DNw.q Dtaviac-. 4

Veteraa sad eome two aaadred other eating. ,... la., bat FJectrto Bitter dU Is. I....... sad .Iae..ril.. to New York. via W..III&1OO.operalla&laving. as. 1..
,f' left for tae Lwtlsvllle reuakm.irt .taa'"rr-ma<<._r re.re tIre**..wt.t&. c::.tA.LrA. lie write i ")1, :kidney were to fat 12110'. ...aad .I..boIty"" I:3>dallf u.." Baad.,.. Aajmtla.

., ant hi. .c b.at. aM.r. fo.., leoold, rot tot oa chair without'
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New Orleans Wants Neat ft."IOft. _pow. l.** ewl ms Hit.e. _Mll .toaalon i and offered from dreadfal Only Line Operating
Wew' Orleaaa, Juae 14,-loulalaaeOoafederaU t:4&t'IIJ.: IH'.. MUM of VwM Ati.HU* r*..*ta ItU fimtnulM .*-. baekhe. feeadteJb, aod' ...pnoetJoa.J. .

4 Veteraaa. uader co amtt. UI W W n UftAMsT.CteikMr .T KOe. ... >El..trie Bitten,however. I found a Dtilj Throof Potlnia Stetptr from Jickaonyilla to New. Orieta

of General A. U. Doota and a compaaied . AMt.NsI Pale see MII W- are, tad by then w.. reMftred to perfect '
fV '.." ,MU*' laaek.,.... *puiarer +.Sr. west ..war.ii ....., ..*.h t ,*<.BB..*>J tats treat For ..t lM atKt eWferrlU M.egyat100e _
he .. wN 1. It.. fall .ag sg
'aaaida std taaay ladle, left here rue IM WM rare .-". a.4 .ri loat -*dl..la. %., all with weak kid.By MAeDOSELLTA 8. 0. BOYJ.8tOJr J.- 01'
t today oa a fctal trail for F.dstalleto M -..*, a .--. t.e..- ..*. M ...... *her, or 160+msO.** Ctajnuite4bf *. Ck*.ral Ps eager!'.tc-t.. R.r.eapt lCi al. :'

rot! MU a Medical Ox, Klktisrt, lad aU drocxtstai prte 80*., l Acx.so.'n'1U.E. n.oalD"'t sv''

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE 15,1905

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RY MILLIONS LOST BY THE FLOOD. BUBINESS- OA.3R3D0""'- -- ... I Gainesville & Gulf Railway: CompanyTime v

Mississippi Overflows |Its Bank and DR. DVERE B. )10 .!US, ;

LSE ATTACK Causes Great Distinction. Table In effect April 0. 1905. '
cannibal Mo.. June 13.-11:1.: flooded . _.. '-1 .-..... -, '
Mississippi river has spread over all ,.'
No e. I do 0.
act the unprotected lowlands and Is from (' Daily I, n. 4. No. I. No. 1. No. a n5U 1R
NaTUnsuccessful 6 to S miles wide between here and Office over Marotts, E1I. _I'.. rbone Ttt 8 rll1il& nx ', DIt" y MTATION8. DaU,. Dail.",, ICXO:;::::f-p' ", IM IMArPU

lo. First. Engagement. Keokuk., Iowa Near Alexandria lea, I DaU"1 .
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a farmer named
Riley Smallwood waa
r.A.: CARLISLE, ,
drowned and seven other are
persons .
; T.. A ML.. P MIL.. Az ,p ld
"" TKE.BATTLEAWIP TEXAS IN SUNKTheoretically reported missing. Great numbers of ATTORNEY AT LAW A WI Ar. PM
," 3M '7 45 ; 2 15 ;i. . . . ..._......Fairfleld.......... ......... 120 010'
' dead animals are floating past' Mann ti And Solicitor in Equity '7 a5 :2 M j. . .. . . . .... .. Ir.lne_........... ......... 107 1300S
Speaking Big Guru on bal and from Alexandria. Canton 2urfp .....:.-.- 00 2: 4r. 1. . . . .. ... . )ungarvan ......... ...... .. 100 bib w
I + + the'ShoreSent? to the Bottom of the phis West Quincy and Keokuk reports Real Estate, Coovejuncing and Genral II 06 :2 b5 I. . . . .. . .r'ouch..de..... .o. ....... 1.1: eo 6eo,
'( have been received of the general Practice. AIL business promptlj 8 10 'I 3 Oat . . . ........ Hickman............ ..... .. 12 ro 548S
,Chesapeake, Bay Several of UncleBarn's loss of live attended to. Office next door to Bun 16 SO I'. . ...." ........ ke Simonton...... ...... .. .12 46 6 40
>.' stock. office. UAJ>SVILLK:, FLORIDA. S 3Q ; S 80 I . . . \ . . . Mh.nnP7 .... .... ..... ..1200 680t h ,
,rjA . .Warships The flood came so suddenly that the 38 1840 I I. . . . _. .. . ..Ta.o0111a. .. .._..... .... 12O! 510S : ,
., Baltimore farmers In the lowlands had no Urn 4b IS 45 I . . . I\. . . . Hlrkwood.. ..... .. ........ 12 16 61SClyatt.
..... Jun 13.-Admiral Dicksquadron to do more than save their families FERDIN N .BA.YER. 8 M IBM . . . . . . . . . .... ... ... ....... .12 10 610 .t
' n'. made a demonstra- and their live stock was left to perish. 6 15 . . .;. . . . 1Vacahoota.... .... .....;..12 (0 4 bS c
'iti' ,.,:-. tluu. "the local fortifications early ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,440 .I. . . . ..,. . . ...... 'Po'nt.' .... :.. .. ..114& ,,1) ,
'l 'I" lhlp1 rnID and up to 11:30 o'clock The river continue to rise her at QAIXKSVILLK, FLOKID. 9 .u Ar 6 lJO . . "1'1' . .. atuee.LUe I ,. . ... 1 .. . .. 12 80 41011tOLv
the rate of 3 inches an hour. An armyof d 161..1 e so j 1. ( 0A lOlOAr BOp

'f1.'If ir.; ; < .three torpedo boat destroyers were men It as work in the lower portion 11 36 ) 8 40 I'' e 53 ". .... . .Bll1.l11y. .. ... .. 8 66 0 se :380 i
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t : ,. theoretically blown out of the water of Hannibal endeavoring to save Can sell your1- city property, (lm. 1:1 01) eM" O I .....Cyril . .. . 8 to 0 80 1 GOIi
1 tfi :;, '.,&by>> Ut6 artuieryinen stationed at Fort property. The railroad yards and factory provrd and uninQproVt-d), phosphate 20 i I" 03 I j 1l: I....... .Ur.hAm.. . . ... 882 0 22 tIC .I
ryL Howard. trucking and farm niialldlll. Send hima 1240 .7 16Ar: 1 :R ..Rl\ml''on City .. . R 20 9 to 11Q R
districts are Inundated.All list of what vflvr for sale. 2l42nb ....... g 60 .
,'CJJ5 :\ Two of these yon ,111)00 1..l'ala\h.8. B.d: F. . 6 50( p.eoo, a.n..
answered the
description .
available boats are making tripeup .1 . . .
'r w of the Worden and. Wnipple! and down the river rescuing persons ::::.:::.. 8'48"1'8.4. .".:.L tre'Ulty. U:8: :..L..I\' 1 4. p 'i'42" .b ::.Ep.,.::

,M while the third was either the McDun- who escaped to points above the w.E.. BAKER . ...... . , . . p'' .....Tdlaha+see, S. A. 1 4R P .. ..... .....t.
,ou h. 'Stuart or Lawrence. LAW ...... 11 (5 111 00 a ......Valdosta, (I. S. ct: 1. . 4 10 p 620 . ,....,
Later a fourth dlscov. water line: Many of the small levlefc ATTORNEY . ......., S bb a; 4 H: I', . .M onO.f'&F. . ,,1\ 8) .1240 s.. .. ..H b '
"destroyer was have broken but the Sny levee which . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . .. . ... 78) a '1 to p ........Atlanta, C. of Os.. ......, 71\0\ a t OU ......,
*, ered and "sunk. Then the battleship! extends along the east side of the river Ar P Mj.\.r AMr, PM. ,L" A 11 Lv PM..,.. ..
Texas made a formal demonstration for 75 miles, holds gangs of men '* i

h and from Seven Foot Knoll fired herb who are reinforcing the levees. GAINESVILLEAlachua Co., FL> C Trains 3 and 4 dn not run between Gainesville and Fnirfleld. on uudaT. ,.-

and little guns at Fort Howard. The property loss already reaches Office In Tlndwl Bl x'k. .. E. 11ARKRR: General Snp >rlntnel.."...

tai While the Texas was making ths demonstration into several millions. J. F. MILL, Agent. J. WATKINd General AR nl. ,

? a swift cruiser made a flank __ __ .. "u __, _. ____ ..0_." ,_ _
4 movement 'and went up the bay. She DesMoines River Receding. DR. J, II;ALDERMAN

',i: ..was:discovered In the nick of time by Keokuk Iowa. June 13.After '. Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR

the men at Fort Howard who fired on reaching the 18-foot mark the Mississippi DENTIST .

15x, the ship. The fire was returned and river here is now falling. The ALL EARTHLY POINTS

after a lively skirmish the gunners of DesMoines river is also falling after .*.
the 'tort theoretically sent both the reaching the highest mark ever known Over Dulton Co:s Bank.: GalaenDI.DR. e Via Vta Via.
D\lIoOD' P. a O. Dwpont.
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warship Texas and the cruiser' to the here, breaking the levees In three NortLJast E t or S'outh St.eaaatp W es I Jtek'vtne aad

% bottom. places and flooding,the town of Alex J* k onrlU use u sloswoti.rrRapid
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andria. Mo. Other levees on the Missouri GORDON B. T1SOX. '
Searchlights Prove Fruitless and Illinois shores are now out Transit uml Unsurpassed Service 4'

I J' Fortress Monroe Va.. June 13.-* of danger. The river Is 10 miles DENTIST. Time Table l in effect April 10, 1BOB.GAINE8VILLE .

The vigil of the searchlights of the 111. to For Arrive From
wide extending from Warsaw. Depart
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+ k.6 artillery defenses here last night was the bluffs of Missouri. Hundreds of -- - -- -
fruitless. None' of the units of Ad, acres of'growing crops are Inundated. Office loMlJ.Law Excbscce.OAIKSBVXU.S. f .00 p ; I' High Spring: and 'er- 8:80 am

L mlral Dicktn's/ fleet constituting th* Dully I mediate Points Daily k,

... naval side of the joint exercises of the Cuban Diarrhoea.U. n*. 12tlf'pm Ueala, Leesburg and Tam/' and BltOpna 1't.

army and navy was picked up by the S. soldiers who served in Cuba Daily I Intermediate Pulnts Daily

searchlights of the Forest last night. during the Spanish war know what THE WEST END,
Palaiks Ja"kaon.me.
;The fleet however reported at Bal 2:00pm I 1,86pm'
this disease it, and that ordinary remedies I
A CIGARS Daily I North, Least and West l Daily
LIQUORS
FINE WINES.
tlxnore. This indicates to the military have little more effect than *o

experts that Admiral Dicklns remained much water. Cuban diarrhoea U almost JOHN MENZTES: Proprietor. 12:06: p m HIb springs. Wayerue Savannah I3runswlek 811G pw > i

: J1I In Chesapeake bay and did not as severe and dangerous mild tta nl W. Bay S....Jacl&aoD\'U1.. 'a. _Dally. I Albany. .Atlanta aU Points North. East West, .._Dan. ,
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go out' through thecapea, acordlng to attack of cholera. There 'is one rente* I T I
is the general expectation. While It Iskll.own edy, however, that can always be depended Faust beer bottle and draught. Don't 8lBpm : BiMant
and Cllra
that the fleet is at Baltimore fall to eaU on me when in Jacksonville Rochelle Mioanopy \
as will be seen by therollo"ln" Dally \ Dally i
there Is no relax In the vigil of the upon certificate 'from Mrs. Minnie ,'.h _ _ ___ ,__ __ ___ _ u __ - 1
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h '- defense 'here. Just before dayliR Jacobs of Houston Trxns "I hereby IF YOU LOVE YOUR 8.60ft, ;; ;; '

.today k. small craft was .discovered certify that Chamberlain's Colic Cholera Dailyex.&louday I High Springs' : Dally x
t4 by a searchlight which afHlrat waa .
fir, I{ + taken'' to be a torpedo boat destroyer and Diarrhoea Remedy cured mj WIFE DON'T ,-.-_,-___"._._____,-_._-, -.-.--_----_. _- _ _-__ e Sunday...
attack of Cuban
hatband of
I 'making observations of the position of severe Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the priDe +
diarrhoea which he brought home elpal railways In the Southern Htatos, are on sale by the prlaeipal agenta. + '
the Closer scrutiny
lights. ; however
from Cuba. We had several doctors ROAST HERBy Through Pullman sleeper. | Port Tampa to New' York, via Atlantic' CoastLine
, showed the craft.was'a fishing schoon bat they did him no Rood. One bottle j also via Atlantic Coast Line and Hoathern. Railway. ;i

: ; er.. This constituted the .only reward of this remedy cured him, as our compelling her to bake the family For complete Information, call on ; Pr

of the night's work The practice neighbors for so valuable' will a testify.medicine.. I "thank For God sale bread during!; the hot summer months J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent Gainesville.
of the searchlights was declared
Address
by alldroggbts. Bread from t
'to be most satisfactory. Their range Bay your FRANK C. 1JOYLHTON Pis. P.... Agt.. W. D. STARK J.Tra'. Pa... Agt

'a,r however U far short of the 12-miie 138 W. Nay"L Astor building.t Jacksonville, Kla.H .
Dead.
channel available to Admiral Dicklns, Archduke Joseph .. .Keystone Bakery.. M, KMKHHON tgr., \' J CKA1G, Oen. Pass, Agt.t 1'
Vienna. June 14.-Archduke Joseph Wilmington N. C. \\Wilmington' (. O."SOUTHERN .
:N; ; and the supposition is that he could It's a saving of time, work and money,
F of Austria died today. He was born ..
.1; have run the capes and proceeded toe Freak Ilread Itellrrrrd! Daily
In 1833. Joseph Charles Louis archduke
'Washington and Daltinaore from the To all parts of the city. Also Cakes, RAiLWAvrEffective
of Austria and Royal Prince 01
"' ocean unobserved,If be had so elected. Pin and every other production of
t Hungary, was born at Pressbourg the modern up-to-date

Hungary March 2, 1833. He, had bake shop April to, 1905.ABBIVALH M
Wilt Give a Smoker to Federation.
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,Atlanta "June 13. One of be most always been known as the Hungarian tt. T. i SCHAFCK I..prltler keystone -- -- VJS
archduke*and was deeply loved b, . Ilmae 16b.e I :Y V..Ub.I.-1'raIDI East :it.- 111 N.. to Nortll sad We.t. N.. II ,
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elaborate and most enjoyable affairs ,
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to be given In honor of the meeting the Hungarian 'people. Ha waa a ----- -. -- -. ----.-. --- -'- Jaekeunville. Ho ity 9.1Oa:. 7 66p I Ly Jaeksoavtlle. "Ia. .rio. n,. 7.up (
here June 21. 23 and 23 of the Georgia son of the last but one "PsJatln" Lv Je.up ,Ho. Ky lI""a" 104Op L. J.sup n.. . ,tIo. It,. ao lOp +
State Federation of Labor will be lIDo..,.,. He waa educated la Hun L. Ma."nah Ho. fly 1 BOp 1216. Ar Mason (la., .110..Ry. 800&Ar.olumbl.

the eight-hour smoker to be tendered gary. He was a Hungarian in th Matbushek Pianos .,, flu. Ry eMp 6 tAe Ar AIIsoIs.Ua, .8o. lty. ltoaArObarlou.
,Ho. Ity 1006p 966 Mom.O. ,pt.,. Ry. 700.
+ the evening of June 22, by the eight- Hungarian spirit.Oath Ar Ureenib oru. ,Hu. ItJ 17Ma 12 Alp Ar 1'll.Oft, U.. .$o. U,. 1216A' ; "
hour committee. of the Atlanta Typographical DanIII..8.s. Hf 2W6a 2 top ArCbattanooga Tens,, ,Ho. Itf. 048.
1 ,
onion. No. 4S.. At a meeting Result of Nightmare.New I ltITEET1 VIM ASD PURL 1 r nl"hrnmld . Su. 1&, It Aka .4 p Ar IAlln.60ft. A' A O. I :Jp roAr
of the.eight-hour. committee It was decided York. Jill Springing from NOTED FOR H y .. 11. p A. Oln "....". (). . . A 0 7' 40ftA K

Io to give a smoker: of a kind that his, bed In delirium of fear eaosed TT or TOE POTTER AND 01.rlo".11I. Ry 602. e lOp Jiatanail\ 0. ,hg our 4up %,

has never before been enjoyed by any by a nightmare. Carl A. CUuesen' a DCItiniLITT.for Ar Wa.hington.bo.It, O/5a 'lOp A.Cb.!!. oI..... hi" Tour .710.
have been today plunged throughhis Ar naIUrnore, P. II. R. 118ns lIlAp: li: Clt..lanaslr 0, Jia Ids. l86p "
wealthy broker
Arrangements
P organisation. Ar W. Ph.del'la J.. n. U. 145p 2115s AOhl.o. lb. . I', Un.. 7 lOot "
made to eatetrtaln fully 1,000 people bedroom window to the stone pave*
Ar New YorlL N. R. K. 418p 6a L. CI..lnDal. O. .0. U, ell H p
'rte or more, and to make the affair one meat areaway four stories below. HU peso for ibis trust ettnate. ttaMltet Es.Ar m..o. rn, .Monon 7 :ZI.
,of the most enjoyable In the history of skull was crushed and Jae was deadwhen teeter tbee otM..M/rset.4.f ..,0.."--UN e. Y. and Fiends Room Lv l n.t opal .\I.-,'lT'Il; idtl 4dpAr
organized labor. picked np a few minutes later. 1...t soet.ft W.sea eNaryW pr." D.UyPullman Drawing Toledo, 0. 0. ILA D. 6 7)a. +I
....... HI..pID Car Port Tampa tad J..on-
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.orIU..IP .1Ioht
He had Ie"n" P. )., 726aNo
a Clauss was M years of age. slit. to $." York. Ar IHarollf ..--. _
e.Oela" seven .
dlyelov"" Arrivee at the Pen.Ftort. been a member of the produce exchange .I&IJ eel u. $1O-J'\V..hl..t and F ,(Id. Gl1'lo.'nne'r.' : tJ Hi Op

Leaven worth. Kaa. Juae 13.- for more than 20 years. His l"Ju...... IdmIIed." Daily J"alhnn Irawing' Ar MlsNburg. l's. Pa Lines-S Ms
a freak C. Blgejow, the former Ullwanke business war said to be most prosperous. Room 8leepleg' Ca"' JaelOame to t9lffaeIDDar'lf.WI'' t our J

;!?:k banker, begun the serving of his L Bold by os eontlauootlf for Nair York A''OI..I" 0 Ilia Your e 4W
- ; IAlla.&oa. ::lrTjpn: : 3;
L. Kl
lr tai years sentence la earnest today at
n,...... "Tbe laid .' I). 'UIIJ" 1'.. 10 Ar '..o.levllKy. / ,,80. H,. II top I
federal prison berg After fairly r
n the Famous Uncle Soldier Dead. OVER THIRTY YEARS A r Ns. 'AMlI.. tin lies R. 't lia xLv

good rest but night be at. spar la tly Minneapolis, Juoe' '14.- Coknoel -William Jultaoavllla. FIa, ,80. Ry 7 MIi r A........ AI. ,t60. 4

_ of the meager breakfast furnished Coh Ile. of Red Wlag. Mine, ManDotb, 0... ,$o. 117 12 lire &r JI'mlh.ba.' ... Ala ,Na. Sj.1146s. .
'" all prisoners. Later, fee waa "dressed withoot ,10&1..110- von I ..reolob'.K.D ,fie. fly ear,. ArN..pb..T.. ... PrIMo IMp t IAr
who led the famous charge of the ,.
for a lifetime'servtae ......111. N. 00 .So. Jty IIIOp ,
want a piano '
hair nt sf ... x...... vie" IWn rrtNo 0 r 'i "
laala and
being prison
first Minnesota regiment! at toe bat.tie toy u.. A' not (4prtD N. 0. .80. fly f lip ------ 1 .Ii!':
r .snit ..ye.Jalaa.. ..e.was photographed of Gettysburg, we* found dead IB Ar Kaosrtll.'T.aa .AG. Ry OOp k map hie, Tu.. iJ'D1} ,f JiFA'

r tteasared by the IWrtlUosx system bed teeS.,. Tie reualom of his regj- l athu rche k: T Loo..m.. 8o. My M* net Mpr/ai_, Ark ._ ............ ;; . toIa, 1 1'
;and later ra the day was exmmlaedr I At 8.. !.oats.. .. ,80. Kt 4 WI' 1(0. lA7be o.lMlly fAr #
e tent was set for today. At Otty ....... M Lew .* Ie neiatMset vrttk ....". CI......... ,y. A O. l 1&11 olld re.tlbab lyala Lthreug"" \..'f: \lo.
''r the prtsom paysteUa. At the war4 I berg M4 men of .the First UtaaeooU C... ** ._, ..--. .... agOarvIris. day ..,..".. .04 Yallmaa 81eeag
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.a*. office' U was stated .tku Digs "& ... vr !I. *ae M tor1 charge.:: w* sr ,........, wnseLudden '( 10-0.11 Polimsa Drrrrtag Can.Je.kanevUt.. to 01..,...... .t/rl.-"
d to.*a work woold not be asetgaed kin I Forty-three ,retained alive and ...... ._ ..,....,ra ..y. limos. sad IS.... ........V.' .,,,... pee 1--.11,.... Dts..I. Ream :t

.., aaUl,the aysieaa had asade a repent hired Celfltte, who led. wan aeta "uboeym.. aM 01......". fllapag Car be,.... 1..kI fI'f'IW.' .J;?
I''' ;en kts eoadltfom.! BKckm sa a ttt dwtthoet wewaded.tMttsistfoet. - - lHrmaRbam. ....pIa... and KUssea .., 'fi ?
tiasea
> Isft'' i Ia"r Car Meth.. City ;;!
.. s>.cawrsDor to an that war re- & Bates rG
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tptlred of taa.PreoMeot Without Irrtutiew.lm ,4
"'. ,. AT JACKSONVILLE ,
... of stomaeft ed liver. Iresblstfce From' Vest York.Waalegto eia-Nev 3V."Waaalegto* aa4 JlsrldaLlea.Ised .
Mask
1 .. Visit New Ortwa.. Soitliem Ime
proper lr. tmeal U tostixaalat* . 9<0a. ... -
..,. M.> .."Or......... Jose Itj A totter Uieee .,.... withal IrvaiaUeg ifceaa. OA. From Veer York.Waaatogto*, ." -.Ho. M. "W*.blscioa. B.. J1Otf4a.. R:
beat )MtJ.taryLoeb .. tW Progreaaftvexs Orlao Laxative Frail y roa* aids *! .. SAVANNAH: ,....." 7 PY)p, .

October 24 ass. tt aa tkovtiica aJae sad etlsaolau* the Urn sad bow. JOHN D. MURPHY, tffr.mUXU&KKD From ClMleaaU.lied .. A"-"Q14.r.. 9,"WaakUgtosi. u4 FlorfcU' t.1.. i
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.rte;,Naer 0rhIaI.nU: ,IU. eedlaary easbaats.s. It da.eaa "ill

lei sdreee saner war *s "Bake *4U*..... a r grlsaa4teia04aa* I BRYA, ibis Ar'tt, J. c. V$1. Diatdes Twunag.r".. ., W. Kay lit.. .kAIIUI. ... WIs.f .. :tJ.U..4f1CIf. .
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F It THE, jotot Btnsi SMNEsvrta L 1L4ITDA JUNE'' 15, 1905 fcc'tfBP ,

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J. ,D. Crsbb of Starke; was at the Prof. W. E..Bell 'of High Springs Jess HJ.elle of High Springs has II .t:4 .
NEWS OF CITMNDCOUNTY I Brown ,,House yesterday ' \ was among the school teachers visiting, returned to his. home, after a visit to ?:

Leroy N. Pearce .of :Alachua' was. a' this city yesterdsy. Mr. and Mrs. J'. E.Wainwright
.- .GOMHSED visitor tip UiluiU yesterday ' Rev. R.D. Walton of Archer calledat The infant son of Mr, and Mrs C.

.1.'" Miss Mamie Brush of Jacksonville is The Sun office :yesterday and renewed B. MeCIenny died at the home of Its -- -:- .

spending a time whh M t.'.,,>V. a. Ponlaot. his subscription.Mr. Barents, Cadillac Wednesday mornDK. .
Natters of General Interest Gath- and Mrs.W. L. Jackson of Archer Friends extend sympathy. Our Big VaIn s, ,',

red by'Our"Reporten.J John W.EuelotVbh! Springs was have gone to Atlanta, where they will Mr and Mm. II. L. Phifer have 4
J in the city looking after his Interests spend stew weeks as the guests of their moved Into their Myrtle street home all

. AND; SOCIAL$ ITEMS yesterday. n' >..""" \ son. recently purchased, where they will be
4 "t A. W. Bute and F. L. Cor-. leased to welcome their friends.
)(n. Je;M. Rivers and"childreD are Captain -

What Has,Happened. .. and What (I. Going enjoying a visit at the borne of her win of Jacksonville were among the Manning A Means the growers of DRY GOODS
to H.ppe..TOlcll.Short; Paragraphs parents in Santa 'J e.Mesdime.0.'P business visitors to this city ,..ter. North Gainesville, shipped their first
ear watermelons. yesterday. The Keeps Us Busy.
S, That r'Hi'who Rune May Read" McGratb of Ocala day.A'
{ i ' and Terrell( Tampa are In the city, :&1. Eodel and sister Miss Estelle, fruit was assorted varieties' very

'Ii'In Thi(1"fair 014'De..pa'P4'n for vale at The Son of relativesfor a day or two. Friendsare W./'M. Johnson departed yesterday 6
Bale-Roll top oak desk and a n
,; otD e.: ,jtf'Ladies'calling- revolving ,ehala'cheap. The Faint glad to greet them. for Tampa where he will attend Big assortments_ of
cards la latest style Store, opposite. Brown House. H. C. Stevens the Jeweler of High the meeting of the Florida State Pharmaceutical t

; ,at Bon,office.Stmonson's.. 'W T. Hsodry,'a prominent and soeccssful Springs, was in the city yesterday.Mr. Association t This asso Embroideries Las

Woad.rroIS.he for sals attorney ;of Perry, was registered . Stevens, In connection with his el.tloD.m be In session for three days .,,, ". r
by J. W. McOollum Co., I at the Brown: House yesterday fine Jewelry'trade, is division watch beginning today '" '

.Joseph Dapree has accepted a posl. A handsome new tpe..riterdesk has inspector for the Atlantic Coast Line. To reduce toe stock of wall paper antl all Wash ,

I y Lion' with the Candy ,Kitchen.. been Installed In the office of W. E To reduce oar stock of wall paper >aints and moulding starting Monday, I
.- W. A. Snowdeo of ,Mteanopy was Dow,, New' York Life Insurance Com' paints and moulding.starting Moada'i Tone sell for 12.less for than one cost.week We only need, we cash.will G 00.S. "'t,
June 12. week
for ODe only,
k trading In the city yesterdaysDr. pany. sell for less than cost. We need cash. This Is your chance. The Paint Store : .,
fit} J. W.Bdhop of Alaebua was rglitered Miss Nettle Brooks of Montbrook,, This Is your chance. The Paint Store opposite Brown Uoose.
at the-Brown BooM y ester- who has been the guest of Miss Eva' opposite Brown House. i In a recent write-up of the mayor's

r day. Means for the past two weeks,returnedto II On .account of the engagement of court The Sun stated that Will Strob- Mrs. R. Wilson

New Wheeler & Wilson sewing ma. her home on Tuesday.The both parties, U is necessary; for the bar, colored was fined for fighting.
chine for,tale at bargain." Apply at Kenwood ..Is the best gasoline :. Rev. S. B. Rogers to change his 'ap. While.there was no error so far as this ,
this offlee. stove on the market. It has all the polntments at the North Gainesvillehall per was concerned, the name was THOMAS
T. F.
: For Sale-Shelving, tables, fixtures safety device which make explosions from Friday before the fourth incorrect, and should have been Will 'r:
t' and safe.' The, Paint Store, >> opposite Imposslbls. See ,them at Baird's. Sunday in the month to Friday before Btroble. The docket however shows
Brown House; On aeeevat ef stock taking we effer the third Sunday In the month, filled the name of Will Strobhsr and the ,
t Captain J. Mazey Dell departed yes* fer Friday, ttatarday and .. geeds'June. formerly by Rev. F. H. Graighlll who error was made in the docketing of theease. mm urn ((0.
terday for points In' Lafayette andi' IB, 17, 19, ear lteek..t dry aefleas x
will fill Rev. dates at
Rogers' previous _
she*#, at e. &. O. K. Breeme.What "
Taylor counties on business. these meetings.Miss while White the .. ':'''' ''
Spend at Springs, '-
is the matter with The MetropollsT
y4 J. II. Dye of Micanopy representingthe It used to reach this city Marie Richardson who has been leading health resort of the State. ,00 FULL LINE OF '.
DIsle Portrait Company, was a visitor regularly evening the 5:40 visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. McDonald the far-famed Suwannee river. The

to Gainesville yesterday train'. Now every'It. ''gets here one on day late. left yesterday for a brief visit to Gainesville and Gulf offers the following NEW GOODS.
Col. I. E. Webster of the Dalton Who Is the one'to blame? relatives in Alachua. Miss RichardsonIs low round-trip rates from Gainesville --

_ Phosphate Company has returned from The laxative effect of Chamberlain's one of Alaebua county's efficient : Sunday only, II; ticket good Agents tor... ,
_ a business trip to Sooth Florida. Stomach and Liver Tablets Is so agreeable school teachers. She was engaged in going Saturday: and returning Monday, Monuments Tombstones '
O. W. Chase left, yesterday for New and so natural that you do not teaching at Gracy during last term, $((2.CO ticket good for fifteen days ,
York and other points,East, where he realiie it is the effect of a medicine.For during which she performed some excellent 13. Double daily service. For further and Iron Fences.See .
a -expects to remain for several weeks. tale by all druggists. work. She was quite popular particulars Inquire jf;} ticket spent, tf Our Samples

Special Agent E. Stanford of the Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Mixson, of Otter with the patrons and pupils of that Rev. G, P. McKinney, I). D ex. e
1 United States land office has gone to>> Creek are the guests of his parents in school. president of the Florida Institute at Personal attention to all matters Uthl
Ocala and other points on official bail this city, having come here to attend The office building which has ben Live Oak will arrive in'the city today. line Mall and telegraph orders .
n.*.. the wedding of his sitter, ,Miss Georges located on the Lancaster property, W. He has been ,the successful pastor of promptly attended to.
Mlxson which occurred last evening. Liberty street, has been purchased by the African Baptist Church of Live
,, To Rent-Nicely furnished room with
m
l board, to gentleman and wife or two Among the prominent visitors to this W. R. Thomas, and has been removed Oak for a number of years, and is considered Gainesville . Florida I
gentlemen. Apply at 007 Alachaa avenue. city yesterday was' Justice J. Watt from Its former location to a lot owned one of the ablest divines in the ",

Smith of Mlcanopy, who was here on by Major Thomas, West Liberty be.tween 3tate. He is slated to preach at '-U
4 ''Do you want the best /or your money business Mr.Smith Is one of the most. Garden and Pleasant. It will Friendship Baptist Church tonight at THE CONTINENTAL ;
? Then demand Blue Ribbon lemon' conservative and most competent offl- be occupied by Dr. Dawson a veterinary 8 o'clock. The public is cordially invited -
4Ip; and vanilla extracts. Takes lees, Flavors dials In the county, surgeon, who will locate permanently to be present. CAFE.RESTAURAXT.

perfectly. To reduce our stock of wall paper, here. Dr. Dawson was connected Marshal Pinkoson, who was recently ,
A. will be seen by notice elsewhere paints and moulding starting Monday with the former University of assigned by the City Council as sani I -1 H
June 13 for one week only, we will Florida at Lake City, and is said to be
Geo.,,K. Broom. I. offering for sale for tarln'lIector. is making: fine ,
less We progress
sell for than cost. need cash. one of the finest veterinaries. in the ,
three days Roods In his line at cost, ae- This I. your chance. The Paint Store State. 'In the matter of having all premises ,
Count of stock-taking. opposite Brown House. placed In a proper sanitary condition. i

V Oa aeeenat of stock taking we offer bliss had Shutt has some very nice Officer Plnkoson went immediately to
for [Fridar, Saturday sad ...41.,. JaM kodak pictures of the Confederate work and It was only a short time before
_ 10, 17, Iv, ear stock ef dry ....., netiene monument taken on Decoration Day NEW YORK i a great difference was noted.
sheer, at east. 0. K. Ureome.
as It was then decorated by Kirby There are yet a few premises to .visit
H. 0. McAllister of Irvine, proprietor Smith Chapter. U. D. 0., on display and Mr. Piokoeon expects to finish his
of the Irvine hotel and a successful first In few i
the window of Smith's Jewelry store.>> round a days. All tenantsare ,
tracker of that section was transacting instructed ,
to their
>> keep premisesIn
J. E. B. Love and family of Kirkland 1 .f
w business in 'bl. olLf yesterday.
,
cleanly condition ,
RACKET. a during the S
0., are here the guests of Mrs.Love's .!
j E. II. Smith of Tloga manager ofthe summer. .. '.
brother P. H. Baker. Mr. ,.
(suet corner South ot Po tofHo ).
Cummer Lumber naval
Company's Love Is Indisposed and came to FlorIda The regular business meeting of the : S
.
.
Opu ,1 < Lai. |. .
/ r Cefte.W
stores>> Interests of that plae., was with the hope that the change of Earnest Workers' Society was held at *,Ur. ...U. :
5 transacting business la this city yes* climate would prove beneficial. The the home of Mrs. Annie Brown West
terday. CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH Main street N., yesterday afternoon. = M
family spent some time at Worthington ---- -----
Miss Maud Neville went to Madison Springs! before coming to Gaines' _. Among other business the matter of Some Men
Leave
Wednesday evening as a delegate .. entering the contest for the library: J

from the Epworth League of this city w.Mr.. LlgRon of Jacksonville and Mr. now being offered by the merchantsand An Estate for the WidowTo 1:?,
t. to lb. meeting of the State League Mahouey of Cedar Key were presentat We have receiveda business m.n. was discussed, and
Convention In that ally .It was decided to enter the contest
the marriage of their friend Mr. '
Invest and lose .
or as a temptation
Miss Annie Rembert of South Carolina Remberi to Miss MoCook. Among full line of Members of the Presbyterian church to>> speculators How much i
Is here as the guest of Mrs. W. other out of town guests at the Rem. the society and friends of the church better to>> leave her
V. Garrett Miss Rembert is a sisterof hert-MeCook marriage were Mr. and and society are earnestly requested to
Mr. II. G Rembert, who was married Mrs. W. .... Jones of Jacksonville. cast their ballots for the Earnest $500 or $1,000 a Year Incomefor

to Mies MoOookon Wednesday The latter Workers. _ _ _ _
were guests of their friends Ice Cream Freezers Life, or for 20 or 30 Years r
'
The many friends of M,... W. R. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Mo Heath. Lyle-MUson.

will be pleased to learn of her Remember the Gainesville A Gulf Tb. home of Mr. and Mrs Chas, J. We will send you some Interesting'
from the fever she has information showing how small an
Improvement bas round trip rates to White Springson
Mlxeoo was the scene of a pretty wedding annual
ben afflicted with and her ultimate Sundays at only f 1. Train leaves Mason's Fruit Jars last night at 8 o'elok when their yearly outlay income will for yield anyone a permanent for

recovery Is only a question of carefulnursing. Gainesville at tl80 a.m.. returning at charming daughter Miss Georges was whom you ears to provide.
0:90p.m.and affording a whole dayat married to Ernest
Lyle of Eve, Rev.
Mr. II. L. Cannon and Miss Rosa this favorite resort. Cheaper than Stuart B. Rogers of the Baptist church W. L. BILL&W.I.NiIIII,

t Ileolah Tlllmaa were united In marriage hiring a buggy, and passengers,. enabled Jar Tops officiating. Th. function was of a very R!, edal Agents The MUTUAL t
at Windsor on Sunday morning to spend a day oo the banks of quiet nature, only members of the Ute insurance c. ef;few Turk,
June llth. The Bun Joins In wishing the famous old Bowauee river tf. family and a few relatives and Intimate G115ESYILLE
t the happy couple much happiness and --.._----- ... -- friends of the contracting parties i I I FLORIDA

*' prosperity.R D. Ford of Mlcanopy was trading. READ THIS. Jelly Glasses, being. present.Mr. and Mrs.. Lyle will make their EE -

r In the city yesterday Mr. Ford states I>OTMBX, ALA.. July 13. l99. home In Eve, where the former holdsa s MITH'S MOUNTS I
that a good rain visited that section Dr. K. W. Hall 8,. Louie Mo.-Dear lucrative position WELLAll
Tuesday, which was great benefit to Bin We have been selling your Tesas Hammocks The Bon, with other friends, extends
the crops as rata baa been badly needed Wonder Hall's Great Discovery, for congratulations.Attention.. a
for some 'I.... two years and recommend It to anyone the old standards and
1/ To redue our stock of wall paper, suffering with any kidney trouble as U. O. C. the choicest of the new ones
palate and mould lag, starting Monday being the beet remedy we ever sold The regular historical meeting of issued.
June 12i for one week only, we wnle.ll i Your truly J, R. Yor o. Lap Robes Kirby Smith Chapter U. D.C.. will beheld as
lees than cost. We need cash
_ This is year ....... The Paint Store,. at the home of In. H. H Me- Ask to see them, as they
+ opposite Brown Hone.. I A TEXAS WONDER. Onarr.; E. Liberty street,Thursday cannot be displayed to advantage '

Mr. and Mrs. R..b '., earn over'T......' to attend der. Hall's Great Discovery, euree all Mosquito Canopies, Mae. J. 1.". Wasawuoen. Historian.
the mart-tag of II r. II. 0. 11......." tot' I kidney a4 bladder troubles, removes Miss Mrn-Grinds, Secretary

ides' Alma MoOook; Wail her Mr.. gray.l.cor.s diabetes seminal ....- Noon to Water Taken.Owing Fine Fadeless Fotografs

and Mrs. 11111 wr .1M I...... of Mr. I".k lame basks raeuasatlsaa and all Seasonable Goods. to the From Locket to Life Sis.
repairs gotag on at the
4 aDd Mrs 8. J. n<<*tU. and all Irregularities{ of Ue kid
: reservoirs of the ally water allwater
aeys and bladder la bees men andwomen works SMITH'S STUDIO.
thai with
Remember money spent -
Mt .regulates bladder trooblee InehiUrea. users are- requested to be ae
t The Baa for'printed stationery entitle If M.. sold by your druggist, sparing as possible,and sot waste any :
yo. Io vote In the library contest the will ... sass by mall ess receipt oT II. Our prices wil interest you. water for three days a* ....&. It is desired AT ST. IUIUSTlflE.Lapp.
earn as when txtylog goods from' any Oa. small bottle to Jwoaaoat&s* treat- that all lawn sprinklers be skst .
M of the merchants. extending the same nest sad. seldom. fails to perfect *.ff for that time at least, ..
as will cool .
ear*. Dr. X...., W. U..11..... Beaaafactorer. fnrsihed I'OOaiI al Ooau
t privileged The same rale. applies, use P. O. boa at, St. Lotto, Me. PHIFERBROS./ ugly. have shoal*..-,.."a of theervoir '". View hotel. Free. be.... Lie.t boa... '
tot for every tea *seta spent la oar Bead for teetlssomlaU. Sold by all .. capacity la pump frota. .b'pUtl........PfidI.. .... Rates to n par
job department. druggists. Palter Corner Q4 Florida. B. F. Utuaa, Sejt. acxtdoor.1 f'GGaI. Jf..Je may ... ba4
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