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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 17, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00629
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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"/ VOL-XXII, NO. 112 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 'SATURDAY) "
:!" .JUNE 17, 1905 TEN CENTS A WEBS
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: LITTLe ITALY" SCENE CF RIOT. with the opinion that there nothIng
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ANXIOUS
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TOiiNOW CESSION
{ VETERANS MARCH noble, nothing true, nothing gooilji I OF CREDIT
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1 M' '"tiyi As Sequel to. Street Fight Several Are In the confederate canoe.' These" attempted .]

JAP'S' TERMS Wounded by Pistol Shots. 1 perversions of history wire '
IN-; GREAT PARADE MEN IN ARKANSAS
New not
York. June 1C.-It a at resented but the South wa without!

; i' t Second avenue and One Hundred and facilities for reaching by any kind all'
: '.." Fifteenth street one man has been fa- i i j I literature the masses of their countrymen
Thsy Want Figures Placed As tally wounded ad two others seriouslyshot. Old Soldiers H4ving The TimeOt' of the northern state to' correct Visit Cotton Oinnery; Also See

-,. Low Twenty shot were exchanged in. the error into which they were led. tJ'i '
Possible.
as Their LlT, Fleecy Staple Growing.
the street before the
4 police arrived. Therefore unfair history and othor i'
All the participants were foreigners! pernicious publications gained entrance
rt ?1u 5 ILL, MEET IN WASHINGTON the scene of .the riot belos known aa REUNION OF BLUE AND GRAY. Into the schools and homes ot 'MUCH BUSINESS IS TRANSACTED
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)" Harlem'a LIttle Italy. nearly every section<< north and south.1 {
t'.Japan+, Demands a Large Cash In.. A little 19-year-old boy started tbe Men Who Faced Each Other In Bloody and a disastrous. inflammation of the Senator Carmack of Tennessee, Daily

)"emnity, It Would Seriously Embar. trouble. He got Into a fight and wa War Meet aa Oroth.r -New Orleans i sectional spirit was the result the .r. Address Before th. Meeting.; t
being worsted when a. friend ran to protest ot confederate associations has ihd
"eau' St. Petersburg Government at Will, no doubt. s.cYreNext, Confederate Seeking Te Improve Methods to Enable 6
his home and warned the fighter's16yearold caused Investigations which resultedIn .
this Tim. brother. The latter loaded Reunion. .', Them to Start Business.
.. the appallng discovery that theSouth
two revolver and sallied,, forth.
,3 Waahingtoa June 16.omclal anf'fK up Louisville, Ky., June .-With a dV was permitting Its sons and Memphis: Tenu.' June lliI..cat. a
>u cement 1* made that Washington Approaching the crowd which had termination: to dntah the tmalne! ut daughters to bet taught that the gross to the convention of the National AitocUtton *- ,
w-v3i.s been selected aa the location of gathered to witness bla brother's dU- the United Conlederate Veteran today charger against the Southern poopleof \ of Credit Men were a'xttr
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.I. 'jib* peace conference. comflture the youngster unlimbered so that the old ulll1..1! will have rebellion, treason and war atrodth'" early today In preparation for an outing + ,
ty 'if 'Tbe announcement came In the form both revolvers and bred One man nothing to do but to'' pr i>uru bur to and the like. were historical. fact*.) In Arksnuas. A special train left' '
j i Offof.an., official statement,Issued by Sec. in the crowd fell ..nd'the rest scat morrow's parade and ooaituu having. ThH discovery was followed by appeals -' the l.'nioii: : station at >9> o'clock bearing s ,
: : Loeb by direction of the presi tered. He then beat his brother's opponent to boards ot education and other the .
: < a good time the 'old sallies were Suitors to Meue ha, Ark.. aa thtt
',4el1t. The statement follows: over the bead and woundedhim present In goodly number at the hori.o civil authorities to southern unit.respcct -, guerta of I the Menesna: Outing club A. J4ta
I'ntary' "When,, the two governments were with another shot. and to honorable publishers with'
f show bulldtnc when the convtntlou stop wan: made at ClarUavllle. who P Pa
'<: enable to agree upon either Che Foo. By this time the crowd had pluckedup was called to prd..r by the c-jmuiandwr: a result that the hiost offensive ot thus I cotton Kin wa lu full operation The

w ". ,or Paris, the president auggestexl The courage and rushed back. lu-chlef, General Lee. false histories have been driven froiu vislioi also viewed a large Held' ut
ri&, &? ague' but both governments have The shooter calmly boarded a wagon There was considerable! Jlseu slon Southern scnooia ''tut ruiti"renew )growing cotton. The remainder of a
,' sow requested that Washington bee and forced the. wner to drive away among the delegate In the hall IU to body has bwn pletteil by the chauxtc i tho luiti-nlnK was stiH\ In hunting .
i .. Icboaen: aa the place of the meeting while he sat on the rear end shooting the .meeting place for next year's reunion attitude. of many Noitheru loader anr. soul tlhnj! : and IV'wus shortly betoru
/ and the president has accordingly formally at his pursuers. honorable publlahrra and will welcome
c'' hut sentiment seemeti *u favor noon when President Standart: culled
l. ). : notified both governments that I Several of them tired back and the Nw Orleans. Nashville III out (for thulr alllanoo! In the pi-u.luctlou ot literature the convention to order In the htenealts *

{ f" ;rWashlngton will be so selected. I police were astonished that neveral.! the honor of entertaining the veterans which shall be Just and <
persons were not killed but the New Or lean d'It'Jjthmclaimil ;: oils to every. section of the union. Sincere \Cua\ ... "b
.Washington, June 16.-Pressure Is The boy's ammunition Rave out. He co-operation those who sir
.rp to !have split the T'nn'uca; : af.mnx\ After thi appointment of chairman ot a
i -\ being brought to bear on Japan to In- was dragged from the wagon and the sire
which Inspire
Impartial history will
: camps and to have securfl with their state itPiPKatlnn: United States 8,na- p
; ,: *duce her to fix the sum"she" will de- crowd trampling( him under foot
1'S was all citizens of with.
our country
I' aid enough votes to secuiithe. meet'tog. bur RV.. Caruiack, of Tt"nnPliI"n. was'
''::', wand aa an Indemnity for the pending when the police arrived similar patriotic spirit la a conrutauuu- Introduced., Senator C'artnack referred

t I ; war aC as low: 'a ifigure In 'cash as Is ; Knives were drawn by the infurlatd Should the reunion go to' Now Orleans lion most earnestly auto ht for by this I to the woik of' the credit man as being wr
possible under the clr uD1Bt3ncel This
li' crowd and even after the police It will probably be with the asiiOcUtlon espvcUllv. U this desirable mot Itvportant and said that only a
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:" pressure by European being .exerted governments especially butPre.fdent' had surrounded the boy' pro.trau promise that. the reunion of 1907 shall In all hlntorics of tort ktrlfe whu-n small number, of 'M'Opl were In a |I.. {

Z..'. ', ,Rooaevglth ( intimated form they had (o batter many heads. tie hold in Richmond Va. KtchmonO: ass the ureatrst American war. :May sltlon to appreciative difficulties uu
Ijt. la
....:".. !din an I Important quarter also has ad- Nearly- hundred cuts were found has not entertained a. reunion for many' I i not the tttorjr of that struggle be told <1 T which h,," 1aunfd! l
.\ prised'the Japanese government. that o'n Ills body many of thf'l'to the yearn, and a number of delegates from with r.rnult; to both sections On Malcolm Graham Jr., of New York i4
moderation In her ,demand for a cub bone and.one piercing the lung. Virginia have extended an Invitation the part of the sooth there I. nothingto 1,3 fear from truthful hlttory. W, u,U committee, presented the N. 4
to the and
t indemnity not only would facilitate the veterans It U confidentlybHUved
;negottalQgtt otpeace! ...termspttt.woutd WEDDING OF ROYAL COUPLE. that tUchRMmii.-Vlil' be bURt for historical !generosity and will 1It1,... l I'ort of that body, Th" commute ><

'' be',',regardedbytbe' power-vita pair; in 1W7. Atlanta U already pleading as much without ttlnt. The r" ortr.oomnll'nb urged the adoption by the conventionof
Princes Margaret of England Marries ( that each state rrt.bllsha the following. recommendations:
T1ie
r ,tlcular favor. payment by Russia for the meeting ol 190S.
Swedish Prince Adolphu department ot arctihes suit hlctorv. The first, that each local I annoclalion -
of any such cash, Indemnity .as a A remarkable reunion of the bin
billion dollars not only would ernbar-: "'IndaorEne.., June 16.-Wlnd,or, and gray took, place when a genera The reading of tbe report cau..cdiireat create a prosecution fund on a.
''raas seriously the St. Petersburg gov the scene of many historic events particularly of the Confederacy and a general ut nthulaani. An amendment by guaranty or cash. basis, .. each may
..eernnient but probably 'would disturb during the reign of tile late the United States army met after mare a member Mr. iMvenport of Ainerir.ua, prefer and to administer the same. '
the .finances of the entire western QueenVictoria, was In holday attire! than 40 and embraced each Oa., that the future hlstorlr shtkv Second that the operation of this ?
years
world. Indeed. It has been suggested today for the wedding of Princess Margaret that! Jefferson Davis was cruelly treated plan be ciM>p.rative i and that the prosecution .
I other In th.joy of fellowship It wa4
that such a payment to all Intents and of Conneaught. eldest daughter! one of the must touching Incident 01 and unuec.....arl1y siiackled. was accepted of fraudulent case be conducted
purposes. might render Russia a practical of the Duke of Conneaught to Prince the rvunioa. and the report adopted. by the association nearest the
: bankrupt. Oustavu Adolphus, eldest son of the point where (Ih. debtor I I. amenableto
X L 'The opinion and view of the Unit crown 'prince ot Sweden al! the arrangement "The sentiment of the thing it, I CLAIMS t2t>>,OOOOOO ESTATE. such proaecutldu.: r
think; aald one of them "that the
.d State and other power on this for which were made under Third that the national .....cl.Uola
subject have been permitted to reach the personal'direction: of King Bid- hearts of those who wore the blue are' New York Woman Staking to Eatanllah membership be cl*..lfled with th* local i
..tt: the principal advisers c' the-Japanese ward. bound to the hearts of those who wore Her Legal Right I associations for the purpose aolIjr *.
r emperor. Throughout the morning an expression the gray with ties" that. nothing bu New1' York Jun 10.- ;>fklng to establish I of this work and their protection.

I Some discussion of cash Indemnity of royal .trains proceeded from death can break. her claim to a 1:0.040,000 .,.- \Mirth. that th. total fund so created t
; \ a* ha* occurred .ha. been merely ug- London to Wlndor bearing representatlves'of On the afternoon of Sept 1, 18Q4 tat. which Includes! a track a mile and be known and designated .. a aatlonal k$
r Festive of condition likely to be encountered ', meet of the royal familiesof a. ..Michigan regiment under the command a half long and a bait mile wide fund

by Japan when aha shall Europe and forming one of the of Itenry 'R. Miser now a through th* heart of the City of Quebec The report& of the committee oa Improvement
formulate her peace terms. Thus fir. moet imposing gatherings ,lnce the brigadier general U. 8. A., retired :, and eight sere of the famous nl mercantile agency aervlc 4
the Japanese government ha* refrain- king coronation. stormed the confederate fortification Plain of Abraham Mr. Caroline ,. warn presented by Chairman O. D.MfLauron y

eel from Indicating the. precise form ,Shortly after the guent were Mated at Jonesboro Oa. and after, a rapid Lambert Campbell wife of William A. of w, Paul MI...

t of her term aa It in not her purpose the bridegroom: mad., hit appearMO -". charge captured the battery an/1 Oenral Campbell, an assistant superintendentof The report gals It appear that the
naturally, to forearm Ibe shrewd and *. 'accompanied' by his aupporteN D. C. Doran, who was' In charge. school lit Brooklyn bas engaged two leading mercantile agencle do ;d V'l
powerful antagonist which abe U tomeet Prince Bugen and William of Sweden ' Tlie next"Bnornlnr the two commander: counsel to push her ('a.. la the 'Do not maintain the same standard of service IM
f oa the field of diplomacy. with tile gentlemen la attendance met and talked over the events of the minion court The property was e*. a* their several branches, notwithstanding

Y The bride on the arm of her father, day before.: At the residence John cheated for three generation by the that a Bnlform price I I. 1!
Russian Want a Zemeky Zobor. passed from th*' castle to the chapel. C. Davidson'. In this city. these two British government In 1710. In 1M7 charged and authority I Is asked by the
rr St. Petersburg Jane 1C.--The Liberal She wa* met at the entrance by the veteran met. again for tbe Ant time the privy council refused a Joint application committee to make thorough Investigation f
newspapers are taking the decl-: lord chamberlain and the bridesmaids. la 41 ,..... The meeting bad been for representative of the Catholic of this matter and by aa extended E

son of the government to make the The party passed ap the aisle preceded arranged ,aad It could not bave been church the, Chorea of Ogtsnd. examination of the agencr report h
beat term. possible out of tbe acceptaace by. the choir' ftlnrlnr .'When the more cordial or affecting had the men the citizens of Quebecanc! that and an exhaustive comparison of
are offered a surrender and are God- -of Did" to the chancel J.- -where- -a- been brother SltO.OOO held by the .B/ltUb. fovrnment < tb. service. rendered by tbe two a.en*

I following up their advantage by redoubling quarter of a ceaUary ago th. brtde'a The ant business of the conventloa and rolle.td a* rental should rice to determine which agency I I. gtv.Inr .
"i\'& their demand for a repreaen- mother and father went through the today after the Invoentloa which b* equally .,..1.... between lb. two tb* better service generally, and a..
ative assembly arguing that the 'bu same ceremony Th. Arebbishoptof wa by n.... James P. Smith, of Rich- churches In Quebec. ; also a* certain where the localbraaebe <<: qi

tai reaucracy which ha proved' lu Incompetence Canterbury ablated b' :tie bishop! of mond. Va, ODe of the two eurrlvlngntaff The privy coanetl,, with the assent . of the association are sufferIng -
::; to ,make war .nccefnUy: IsM Oxford and other, read the simpleervlce officers of Stonewall Jackson, wa. of Queen Vlrtorla. decided that the a* a. result of unsatisfactory'
. equally Incapable of concluding a creditable ....., service, to Lb. end that the
< of the Church of BngUnd. the reading of the. report of the com heir would la time appear and that the
;. peace The Russ. DOW the leader + _- _Itt.. o* credential A* therewer. property and its tunfmct from he national *.* 'iatloa may eieri lie In- t
."vof tbe coostttnUonalUt paper, declare .... ao contests, this matte wa. qwiekltljpoeedl I, time It* decree of erhe" terminated IIu...... to a betterment ut such eon tdillies.
'H J at the government without the pea! Norway S Congratulation. of. There wa* eonetderahl la IMC .1ocI... to the '.''r" of .
Is to ChrUtlaaa, Jnae Its-flags are flying .. ,
'pI.- support Impotent continueG'lh co*fnsloa among the delegate*< .4 louts Joseph imberf.. who gave I.,.*. 4
/j: war and will be compelled to ae today from all public sad many General Lee took the veteran saarpltask .' .iy of his rut fortii;*.' to th* rr.ncbla Killed ,In Aims A Clld.,,".

.! ,yept any terms. Only a national. aaly. other bolldlag la Christian* la honor to tor delaying the h.*fnea<* oconvention. tb* math and India' war. When Lynn Mass, June 13-..William hut. Y
.' -- : .. It la.Ut*. can now save the of the wedlBg at Windsor of Prince hl .
: +. tqlne4 was aboutI. the BfcflUh. eoaqaered.be w*. deprivedof ler VVoodbtldce, a prominent Utmtttakeilns
.: *'a1t..tloa bftUM only with the a&ae- Ctartav-M Adolpha to Princes* Mar. be resumed when the arrfral of a his. estate and fhoee of bl. wife.th man was killed In an autoaoot a

I'. >tlo e of the people cam exorbttaaosv. garet. of Coaeaaght. Tbe storthingbaa drasn.corp* with I'.. nlaftear ZNxX. '" Dental*.!!. Cenevleve 4. VIIt.,.,. t *c.fdeait In Veugns liM., and ,
i41tJou be .accessfslly reUt4. t decided to sends Its .eoagratvlavUea let the Ud. Qefet who 1M In named r
veternn wa re Inherited Sena Qeeb.ebe man Wolf, of New Torh. WM
G: I ;>>r.. tbe reactionary Svfet I* art to King Oscar and the bridal 'e.t. < .d.o. It feet by the tide ad tbe cou4e. addressing Klg Oear* bung
\1., .rvn* eorp .ar he4 one and few - !C. Taylor. ?f llnetan.' were .aak.a
1.4 for Z..II .f ...... sad Prlae Oetav'A4o
are asktnc a Zobor. oery.
I' olante later r.-.poefed. eorUgcroop a YM9 thy MetAmerlcv I .. but. not ..rlo.//, ..rt. Tn. ae-
"",+ :'JIM'' Svtet. however- doe not ask for pha aa Prtaee of .w...*.. ., **o*..w. to the ptacrortn *. Oa.. J.ae t3.>Or4y Tnr.r <<14.., wa. reseed .r he party .lataaUic .

*.Ztaak Zobor la order to nuke .Th report' of the >.lu>rf coiWM ....e...I .. tbe yw.i .14 of 14 ye/ woe a road In tae darn aav| nualngInto
;'.1',, 'rF but to a.csr. the' support ot the .Lg Veralet A..Me laiiraaV the *....."., General 1llrsse.1 killed hi.. H h o& cooiMe.. '*.*. Ale a hotbed wire fence.

"jgwoptel 'te 'eontlnoe_ _ the war.Wtfe Hew ''Yo"". J*** -A vefdlct for .C.OeorU. Its ebalrtsa The o*.i .,..... Oliver reee tJy br. s blow *.

:, i;' S.'H: Mbanols.; eft4 Pi.... 43M.7M for t.JM pUmtlff WM deahy Jeet of Use ,con.lile* I* to Mvure kt-' a De h4 with a bat 4wrl*. a hall -
%!''Atlanta{ ,J.a. l .-Thre w.. a for a special. Jry la the .j pr... eown .cwate.r.rr wairn t. to he ln.wr.orte4 I ..... .*. ..<|..ltt.4 ,... *Jk.raooBi ot P"'r .I....,.. tent tamat. .,,.......
';_..H 4 figHt .. a Sat at cod H De
'' te ,which! W, A. 0 raaaabl sad OeoeraJ "h't,. Batted of fxxa4o*). book.. The report s4'.'le' part: .1 ..... naly tb. .aUr*> day sad was crime a.aia.t .t-.14 ncw.c.
I '.. *.'wife- fought a pitched bathe agalaat J. X....., Todd nad other de. ,"Dnrleg the Ant to ....*. afUrth ........., roi...tC whit u.. ClMrt J'M4Sc1i. U K. VVUU/.. aged ,U. fore aasev
Iltbu'L;''tfMIOII sad wjj. fre- feadaau .>. a.........r* of tb* reatrgaaf* ewrrender an eaTort 'w*. .vld.atiy moat ... thmg.d 'with iett*.<.4 tUa.. .lrrk a4 JvaUe off. ,1'.,
.tatL';,bst'ilrs.: f.ebaaa. baud,lob, aatio* .oa mttte..., tbe BlrmtaKbaam M* >.to east IbeTaJr( er4 .f tbfhMrtbeni ......t..... ....... #T4irt wa very pee. at Clio ..* Mo..4ar ...i ..*. ,
,Raf11Urwff hoftpUal and thf IIIMedI aaf Tern*****. .AII,..4 _yam_ }date' t... *a ''ef'ebHo gmragy 'H"'H.ft.4t) trsgedy bela, ti J..4. Wisher,. lo etttve IM* .UMtnre rr"4"

Mtsbatads'...,.N.1Dck.: .... a at tie. p-7.,... ease'kaa foes la the, 'mutts j ***... '.*d abs t. Isfect tbe,.f.d'j ngatdmd. as al nnf.kteate u4 deptos. tha nor exe lima t",'fe' ",r'> 'tpruotx y

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; ' VOTING CONTEST-ON, Baby Tsiay ? Valdoeta. ;Ga.., June 16.-J me* B.

Better, thank you. In fact, quite well. slanders, a. prominent merchant ottemerton -- &&* . mItUawondetumei
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY Fat, round and full of life And mischief. was accidentally killed by : YouMAYBeCi

A Pink:and white flesh,.'dotted with dim his rifle, .which WSA discharged while
Avenue. ''r
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\ ples. No cojgh, no indigestion.All . he was coming from a. tree on ,the SMGarfieia CHICAGO,Iix.,October- 9,, 1902-! -
Notwithstanding on account of Wtthlacoochee river, where lie ha4 roont.b I III
; It Is Jetting Lively, After: doctoring for eleven d3fjj '
.y been shooting from. He and his son three bottles f\f medicine and findingnoreiici
That It Is Yet Young. went to- the river and he 'was fixing for tott'Jeucmrh- a. TeSU1ting from irritation of a fallen

to come down and go home He handed r womb I took Wine of Cardui and & ***** %L

FIRST REPORT ON SUNDAY DZOMULS1DNadministered his ;jlfle. to his eon, ',holding- the t r truth cured me.Wine This of Caidni seems strange helped: me butitui from the the simple time
muzzle toward himself. A* the ed
young 1 bepn t. ina it and haTlDg h 1tlrai
man' pulled the rifle through the limb '. 'highly by friends who had tried st 1 Isis
Sun Will Publish Sunday Morning
The '- ---- did.
'T of the tree, the hammer caught and satisfied that it would belp.met and It ; rl
w 4 .' Result of' the Poll for the Week by a:: :mother whose love It was discharged, the ateel bullet paaIng > Itjcm'ed' me. Took every bit 01:ache,pain ,
whit.fommoa
4' Just Closing, and Requests All Firms was,tempered' sense through Sanders' body; and' he fell and headache,cramps and dragging down sensation
is once more.
and
She .know.that OZOMULSION r- happy
sway till I felt JOUDg,,strop[
in Contest to Make Report. to the ground. expiring almost Instant 5 De anll a true friend to women.
t a fountain:: of energy: for"grown-up, had it

i; The contest for tbe free pnblla ,too. It. stop waste of flesh. It makes ,,17. When aeemslib.bideoua I look back on nightmare.the months Wine of torture of Carini. I wiJl ,;\ti.. '

library I III waxing warmer and warmer plenty 'of 'rich blood For pale, feeble I Cures Old Sore & cure sun' woman I believe. I have more faith in it .\ \

'every day, and before reader of The, folk it is the chief nourisher at life's* Westmoreland, Kan*., May '5,1902. than all medicines combined. s"L tU)

San are aware It will be warmer than feasts It cures Consumption when Ballard Snow Liniment Co. : Year .: ''f.!.

tbe weather, which is saying great taken in, time. All druggists sell it- Snow Liniment cured! an old sore on "., kvicePr.L 'd' r
deal. 50 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us side '1!
the of my cnin that was supposedto n
The library Is a very Doe one, coo send you t be a cancer. The sore was stubbornand : I > :

+ sitting of more than 200 volumes and Free Sample Bottle by KailWrite'letter would not yield to treatment,,until How can Tttt refuse relief when yon know you are growing wane day ate', ,>, ?
rained at $600. It comprises the work I tried Snow Liniment, which did ier day? Shoots paineirrognlarity,Inflammation: and bearing dowapau>s ;
of tbe most favorite author, I I. nicely I or postal to'OZOMUL810N the work In short order.' My ,sister make thousands oC.OID4I1! miserable.: Why drag through life never entOJf '; ..

preserved to case and is worth th. CO. Mr*.. Sophia J. Carson Allensville, ing anything? WiaeofCardnih..nwleoTerl,500Jooo.weakandd aecue"er1D1if.! .( l pi.., ,
while of any society to'seoore. OO Plnc>.Street, New York ; lImn Co.. Pa has a lore and ml, 'woman well ad strong. We uky011 go your Do that and: .
take it at once. VJ
to
and
a tlM> bottle of Wine of Cardni begin .
that it is Please send
It I the Interest thi trusts a cancer. I will be If you think spec*. .
'L astonishing the health Mrs. Kingsley writes about soon yours. '
her a 60o> bottle Sold by W. M. JohnIon.
ctmtest has assumed, even at thi LYLE-MIXSON. ial dlractions are needed In your can, address, giving symptoms, I-wfies.:
tp J early period. Those who have seen _____________ Advisory Department T3 aCh ttanoog_Hedldne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn, f.r ;

flS tbe library appreciate its literary Marriage'of; These Young People' as Cotton OH Ml'| To Organize.

value, and are scrambling for vote by Seen and Not.d'by a Quest. Atlanta. June 16.-About 125 promi- W' ..... .. .r

which it might become the property On Wednesday evening at R o'clock a nent cotton oil and seed men from all '. .,l''I'I't! .;

,, of tbe society or club of which he or pretty home wedding was solemnized parts of the state will gather at UthU ,p... :)'

fi she may belong. The contest has at the residence of Mr. and :Mr. C. J. Springs today and tomorrow'for the "L.r'

already become warm and before the Mlxson: when Mr. Ernest Lyle 'and purpose of organizing a state cottonseed :JDST.A.BLZSk-J; NIl 1SOO. rya ,:

closing of the poll on October 14 It Is bibs Oeorgea Mlxson were made one. crushers' association. It'is pro. \'

safe to state that an enormous'vote ,The home was' beautifully decoratedIn posed that this association, If orcu- H.F.DUTTON&CO.w:
ized, and there to be
seems nothingto
will be polled. evergreens moss, palms and pot : )]
Tbe votes will be counted weekly at plants. Promptly ,at the appointedtime prevent a thorough organization of .

. the various polling places and 'pub the Wedding March, under the the cotton seed men to cooperatewith -DEALERS ; .
the Interstate association in :
lished In The Son on Sunday morning skilful hand of Mr. Harry Pearce. an. promoting f INCotition.
the Interests of the cotton oilIndustry. '
.
Sea IslarJ..d
r of neb week. The most popular noonced doming' the bridal party. :: .. :

society, of which there are fifteen In First came Mr. Guy Mixson and Miss : 1

ttaer,contest, will be given the library Bosalee Smith, next followed Mr. Fred Sea Island Cotton Seed Bagging and Twine. Walrna'a :
; free of charge and all societies are MoAteer and Miss Hassle Smith, then Acute Rheumatism. j

after this with a vim commendable. the bride and groom. The bride and Deep tearing or wrenching pains, oc Leather in Strips or Sides. ".:I}
"
Ladles are aollcltlng votes for their re. groom stood under a beautiful bell of easioned by getting wet through, worse

spectlve societies and clubs and before rotes, which hung In a magnlfloent when at rest or on first moving the Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English f

the contest ends It promises ,to bra'as, aroh of evergreens and moss. The silk* limbs, and in cold or damp weather, is Sea IslandCotton, Gin, and Supplies for Same. .(
interesting and warm as a summer en meshes were woven by Rev. 8. B. cured quickly) by Ballard's Snow Lint* _

eanpatgn. Rogers, the Baptist minister In a very m nt. Oscar Oleon Gibso City,III., GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, U S A* '' '

x Merchants and business men who Impressive manner.Immediately write, Feb. 16, 1902 "A year ago I '" i

are 'Issuing tickets are expected 'to after the ceremony the was troubled with a pain in my back.

'' count the ballots'and make returns to happy couple received the oongratnla It soon got so bad I could not bend l

The Bun not later than 8 o'clock each lions of their relative and friends, over. One bottle of Ballard' Snow ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY

Saturday night while the contest I I. on. after whle. .11 were Invited<< to the Liniment cored me." Sold by W. }[.

t 'These votes will be counted and pub. dining-room, where toe cream, cake Johnson . __________>__ JD.oorporatec11: : "

llibed In The Bon of Sunday morning, and fruit were served la abundance. Cupid Hold! Carnival.

s and by this means the'publlo may keep Only a few relatives and Intimate Appleton Win., June 16.-Five per E. E. VOYLE. MQ-K. r

to the standing of the .various friends were invited. of Little Chute
posted as cen tot tbe population furnished
Abstracts of Title and full Information regarding land. In this
contestant The bride was becomingly attired In will be married and the 350 Hollanders county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty yean awl

Please have your vote ready not white silk, rich lace and ribbons. The of the village have great plan Is.thoroughly conversant with land titles.

i c 1.terh.n 6 o'clock Saturday evening groom looked his best In a suit of black for a gala day. Sixteen: young peopleof .

: The maid of honor Mice Hassle Smith the privilege yielded to the machlna- -
E. -v-o- LEt
t KINGUWHITE NUPTIALS. wore white silk, and Miss Rosalee dons of Cupid, and all will be wed y ,

Smith wore white swlis. The best roan within a period of six hours. Merchants FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Representing .
Y Marriage at Cedar Key of Popular Mt. Fred MvAteer. wore the conventional and citizens generally will Join a number of prominent American and English companies.

It Young Couple. black, and Mr Guy Mlxson worea in a big celebration.Tax REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.
_._.
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t z3i.nesville: : a B'lorit3s
I suit of black
CeK.! .", June 14.-One of the
: The Is an enterprising young on Babies. ... _ _. t
!
most Important social event of the groom .. - -- -- ---- ---- - - -- - --

season was the marriage of Miss Jennie man of Eve, where he I Is engaged In Extreme hot weather is a great tax:
LINE
White and Mr. Alfred L. King, which the hhospbate'business.The I upon the digest!"* power of babies. CLYDE

took place ibis morning at 4:80: o'clock bride I I. the only daughter of I Wh"n puny and feeble! they should be

; 'I at the residence of the bride Rev. W.'H Mr. and )Ir.. C. J. Mliion. She: I la a given a few doses of White's, Cream!

I, Stelnmeyer officiating.) handsome and popular young lady and i Vermifuge, the children's tooiff. It

The wedding was a very quiet one- will be greatly mUsed by her many will stimulate and facilitate the! digestion tyt

only ate" relatives and Intimate friend of their food, so that they soon

friends of the contracting parties be. Thursday the happy couple took the Income strong, healthy and active.'

+ a lag present. The bride I 1. the daughterof noon train over the Atlantic Oosst Line Sold by W. M, Johnson.
R. for Eve: which place they will make
Oolouel) and Mr W. While and
their home. Auto Mlles Record I I. Lowered. tvT
being one of Cedar Key' moet popular
and New York, June ] .-Louis Chevrolet
The present were numerous appropriate. -
young ladles, will be greatly missed inS
who. bat suddenly come to take I
social and religious lite.The .
The best wishes, and congratulation hi* place among the best automobile .:.IBA.ILINQB: : '
conductor
Is a popular of
Broom .
in the world lowered theworld's BETWU..rJacksonville
extended racer
of their many'frUnd are to
the Seaboard Air Line Iteilwayb.Ieg and track record for a mile for and New: York pt
the happy couple for a long happy ,
., a native of Alachua oount,. The i married life A Grass the second time within\ a ttontltt the Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both ways.
bridal couple left on the 6 o'clock' train' prosperous Ills new time la
Morris park track.
The Finest Steamship la the Cotitwito Service
p for Waldo where they will make their A Dad Scar. now 53 1-5 'second*, beating his own

future home mile track record of SJ 4.5 seconds, New and
Southern Lines
Clyde England
Some will bad
Miss Julia King of Waldo was In day you get a scare,
made on the same track on,"" *" 20.
attendance when you" feet a pain ia your bowel, Dlreet Service S
Cedar Key today In upon Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
the Whlte-KIng wedding. and fear arpoudicitl Safety lie In PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Point,
Dr. King's New Life Pills, a sure eure, Will' Cure Consumption.A. Calling at Charleston both .'J'.

That Tired Feeling. for all bowel and stomach dls.as.s, A. Ilerreo, Finch Ark., writes t
B "IVIIV: .w1C I< "I..IY S
such a* headache, blltousne. eotlve- "Fol.,', Hooey and Tar i I. the bt AILINQB
It you are languiddepressed' ness, ete. Guaranteed at all drug preparation for cough,cold and long Bouthboond..... ..From Lew*' Wharf Bsetoa
able for work it Indicate that your gists') only 38o. Try them. trouble. know that It has cored eon.umption Northbound..... ........,... From Foot of Catherine st.Jacksesville'
t$
liver la oat of order. llerblae will ... - Yonnever ,
first
in the tage.
i Mr. Plewellen'a, Funeral.
M slat aatare to throw off headaehec,
heard of anyone using Foley'sHoney Clvdo St. Johns River Line '
;: rboDl..4 ailment akin to nervousaeM The funeral of the late J.me. R. satisfied.J. .
and Tar a_d not being (
::1;' a14''' restore the energies and Flewellen was held from the Methodist .tr..n JACKOONVJ&.K and SANJPOftD "
A Co.
W. MtCollum
4 vitality of. nosed and perfect health. i church' Friday morning sad not* Stopping' Palatka. Astor St. Fnu>eU. Bereeford (DeLa.odJ.and ......Ia.e'( ::

ur J. llabbtrd.. Temple,Texas write t withstanding' the hour a large crowd .*<.... LaAdtoga. on St. John River.. <4t

\"t1 "I have used Herbine for the past two was pr...at to pay respect to the des Tntklne-Yeo'Te never worked a day Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" "

yes,.. It baa done mo more pod than ....ed. The Knight of Honor were In your life nave yenl IUIkln> ., .
3 Is appoint to..lI.. follow, Leave JACKSONVILLE
':" ... It la the beet medicine l. In body and several member "I I've worked lota'of people.-Detroit Sunday, Tu.ed.-
'\ all the cloo. present ft and Thanday. SatOp. m. Keterning.... SAN FORD MoodavsVedaday :
ever nSdi'tor chills and feverfiOa. ." of the Daughter cf the' Confederacy FT** rtsee. \ and Friday.iJO a. m. J.I

Bold by W, M. Johntoo. attended the servlee, which were eon-
_Iv If __. Baby" Cutting Teeth ::. SCHEDULE sorts -.t
ducted U.,.T. J. Nl.on. r
: Y ,ti Haifa Remain" *. by Be *dr. aad nee that oM and w.Utried Gun. .;80 pm....................Ja.eklloDYIl1e.. .... ... ... ......m:1 S"_::'
Mr. Tbe Interment was la Evrgrn Mr Wlaslow' Sooth Ir45 pili ........... .. . .....raJa ........ ..... .............. llOO.ih'
zW \ The remalut of ,Koftineer flail who ero.try and many Heads followed remedy. .:00............ . ... .. ... ... . .... .... .... o'
t'f'1'1' : took his own life atrWakloTkanday, the remain '" Kelt Ian r.*tlur pia.. lag Syrup, for ettlktre teetitbag. It ......... ......... . .t.AFtnaels... ..... ..... .o. 2OO.gappaa's20am. .,
:\ SouthDtkottlridey The ..r..*.. v Uke grave wr tat '"** soothes the ekiUU" ) softens the game. .. ..u... ....&,...fol'd fDeLaad) .. .... .... ...
tv1ft>& were shipped to slve.. and th>..* who..... pr.re.eas will allay all SOre. winded* ad I* Arrive 8(90......... .... .... ,8aaiford! .... -..,............ 1s00pna 1:10.j'>

_ 4k' \ ia compliance with$ 'the, nq..a of ,the ever rwuwnHwr the lastwordaeafct over the Wet remedy fotdUrrfcoeaw Twea.lyBve 10tOO...... ....... ... _.._ .Este_,__ .. .. __*.... ....._._.._.._...... lOIOO..f: ,,
'r; 1t t ,*;'r i :! l* *ased, who left .ote. .Tae rr4P the C""* w their. departed friead. .eente OotUe ogy.atAi.rAga.. AND' Ticrrr: orric- m W. JUT '

\4 ..p: ..f.i j, .. '..IDI..n accompanied by CHonw r. .. .. r.. ,.rrr.w.-... . .. 8'I''ACKBOfVII.L1I
4. ;, -
-- tetii>R l1[.anon flea.... hat, art ....... -
It ;j I ;f. l;JtorrU, aa old friend sad brother C.:.of ..o.'t1UCN' l sv stssa..anee n r. ;. J.efree..r8e.lla Ja.L.1 h. ,; 'r
ttet cc oz r.etof.....--L le.arw.ttw.lc 1-- 1''_
will .
who. erry
us
,;!,, ; Est 'jl( ".jjrf: the deeeaac. rih lbal pry..,..JC.. .... CLTDa"fLWII.. rn.I '
erred to aDd la- Couj tOtdae croup tte trip> A'SR' l 1/.Tesff
>s
ii.( : tyY 'i'sn property WI. P. OLYDS .
t ,9? << > .Oe:, ,:. COr .;' '
t' ....
', '/ ji. bronchitis eowttinpdon. For Uana.r. Gt ral JI
;, I f CJt.mwm t ltualt.. araee......JI_
,# f ''"';''1' :**$&'Utt"**44en ending of flee life of Mr. over 00 yens tbe leadlaf couth Ywra .;-J,

: .......1.t'1it! y;-': N 'wo warn one of the most popular ,. tedJdao of the, vhoto world, I
\.. ....w.;fr4" :i.l t "' 'J't'I
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a : DAILY: 'SUN GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
: , JUNE 17, 1905
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stricts Created of Wille-

xl %ud Newberry Districts. '" .
.-

f ECIAU. DISTRICT ACCOUNTS "
.
j.; Hereafter All Special District. Accounts "

"\ i 1.;,\;; ",Wfrr, Be Paid From Special Funds Made in the :

,i:; \ d, if? Money is Not There There ri )

+ *Will_Be Nothing Doing.
't...,. : ':"',
a'Board of Public Instruction of
oacounty met in special session

ih r,_ ..I- ,'for. the purpose of receiving the Golden Sunlight \
,' .port'of, the grading committee and ,
}, Cemav&sslng the returns of the New. .
'
'i: .f (, special school dU-
lc: ..t'rJand'Vllletord
:; ...'( '
,U p After canvassing the returns thej"epe6lal
: : election for these districts, the It is conceded by the highest i authorities that the

J.. ,/board found that the majority were soda cracker contains the life-giving elements of wheat"
; .t for special district and declared in

Reich ease.' in the best proportions. ,t
I:: .. .The'report of the grading committee "J>. \ yfM
: on the recent examinations in this city ;'
then BlacutH
; This being so, Uneeda must at.
of applicants for aeachen'p..ltlonl was
,received and accepted. The report e : once take first place as the food of the world-a soda.t

t: (bowed two applicants that twenty.fouroat had passed a successful of thirty- ',; cracker, but such a soda cracker 1 Made by exact '

':, !f examination fur the respective grader, science in sunn L .a.keries so light, bright and clean, that
as follows:' First grade;three J second
:i fr, grade, ,nine;. third grade twelve. Of they are a reve tion. The flour is tested; the purityof

.. these twenty-three were' "white, one the water is absolutely assured; the very air is '
f 4
colored.
\ + .
_ ", The board decided that,hereafter all filtered-why even the temperature and moisture of

'! special district accounts will be kept the atmosphere is accurately regulated. The
."I<{ '.strictly separate from'the common sponge'a

k school aeeouijl after July, wKlch will is kneaded by polished paddles, not by hand. Indeed,
.#; be the beginning of the next scholasticyear. I
Un .da Biscuit are only touched once and then
,Jlt' Separate warrant books will be ,
'l used for each special school district, by a pretty girl, from the time the flour leaves the bag
which will be drawn from these district I
<' funds when funds are apparent. until the beautiful package is placed on your table. ,

k f It was intended to appoint teachers
i You ask all this work all this in the
:iK; at this meeting, but this was deferred why care

u.> until a later date. making of a soda cracker? Because the soda cracker ,

11 1>0 THE PUBLIC BUILDING. ., is the best of all food and Unooda Biscuit is the

'(1 Postmaster Arnow Received Letter most wonderful of all soda crackers. And with all I

,it k From Senator,Taliaferro., of it the price is only 5t a package.
V.rfan
1' Postmaster Arnow, as well as other
'publfe( officials has been flooded with Graham Crackers 1 1Thia

1{,:'w' 'questions from a'car ions public for the Baikr Biscuit
ir past few weeks in regard to the pro M
k.I gress being made in the matter of the Social Tea 1t I '
proposed public building at Gainesville size ,
Leaiea NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
the stains of the situation, ete..

In order that' he might have some I .
definite answer to make to these Inquiries
Postmaster Arnow wrote Senator II
'r"; Taliaferro In the matter and received I

r in substance the following replJ __ I
I : _
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"The House failed to pass the omol T
bus public building bill containing the .-- ._- ry
-- -- --- --
Gainesville Item and no Independent
measure passed with a provlsioa for INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION. Geo. W. Scofisld Attorney. G S. EROAA&bNT
.0alnnlUe. so that the status .Is the George W. 800field of Bell, a graduate .
People of North Gainesville Will Have
a
It was- $35,000. the original of the. Stetson University law
same as
,
Grand Picnic on Fourth of July. Retailers and Jobbers la
appropriation, being available for the school has opened an office In the
s j k work. It Is our purpose to take care The people of North Gainesville area rooms recently vacated by Sternberger
? of Gainesville the first public build patriotic set If they are anything. A Phillips on West Main street. North Staple and Fancy Groceries
!k log bill that la Introduced but as They never believe in doing things where he will commence the practiceof ,
matter of oocane It impossible for meW half way, and at a .recent meeting law. Mr. Bcofleld .Ic a young man
say la advance what can. be doue"i decided to celebrate the Glorious of pleasing appearance and will no bale, Qardan Sesd and FeriiHzeras
Fourth In a manner befitting the oeeasion. I
doubt In his chosen profession.
The people may rest assured,that tb. prosper SOUTH SIDE SQUARE:, i r i OAINEYILLLLUMIDA
Bo ie quite well acquainted this section
Senators and Congressmen at the Naiional -
;,, Capitol will do all In their There was a great deal of enthusiastic and an admirer Gainesville.In Hlgheet market price paid for Chickens. Eggs: and other Produce
pa'riotl.dI'm'Dlte.'ed at this meet ,
location
a conversation regarding the
e power for an Increase' the appropriation i Ing., The North Gainesville folks are of the University of Florid, he A Complete stock of hay Cora Oats, Floor, Bran Meal, Cotton Seed Meal '
q which they, as well as we, realize : Americans and they propose to demonstrate and R,.. W- handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW
Gainesville and be
said he favored .
la a necessity.. There Is one thing E8T PRfCEH, and guarantee satisfaction &1...... '
this fact the N"loD'
on also that In he had
said places
certain and that Is that the building many r'A
birthday when all invited to .
are join visited. the same sentiment was ..n.r. :: -
will be erected should further
even no with thjjm la a big feast of good thingsto ally expressed.

appropriation, be sesar.dsad $39,000 eat and drink. There will also be .. .. .
fine --- -- -- - -- C
will
erect a structure. games and athletic sports, sod la all, i.FayShofl
the day will be one long to be remembered MAX KRAUSS I
THE BUILDING.
t HOSPITAL
by those who will participate.
-.. ... - Representing

Plan struclton Ar. About Will Completed Soon Begin.and Con. Information Death of reached J. J. Godwin.this city Fridayof & A. VEIL &.. CO., ::::;:." I Typewriter vAL'S1I011LT.BUlCU

4 Th. plans for the buildings of the the death of J, J. Godwin at bh WHOLESALE SHOES
Gainesville and Alaehoa County Hospital home In Mieanopy, which occurred during .
Association.re about completed, early Friday morning of B rift tit's Or All Uescrlptioas.
aad tt to expected: that work will be. disease. One of the saddest featuresof THE BEAT
\& gin oa the structure within the out the death.. the paesing away of 1CII15E 0* THE M1BIETI
+; thirty days. hU dear mother only a couple of days Bole Agent BOSAACH tad HOYEltEIQS -

The 114ings) will be modern la before. QUALITY Shoe Everypair UnlYfKSAl ftnDOAnD I HUH _Tabulator ON. uEvery
very way particularly, adapted for the Deceased was about forty years of warraatexf. Machine.Lightest .
purposes for which they are faleaded. age aDd was unmarried. Ilia remains
5 The architect. A. B. Gllkee. will probably be taken to hie old home
t 'Jacksonville, is regarded ae eec of the la Cerro Gordo, J*. 0., where the body J. Minisse. Aftfll. Mhlftl Lightest Rqaalegl, Th.
finest sad most competent la the of his mother will be Interred today.Huge .
Writers W.rld/ S
.' Champloo speed ,of the
Booth,and he has takem especial poise. -- .
U. the Fay-ShoUe.. More Fay-Bholo In
Task.
I of the
.to the drawing ** plan
tfj. The hospital will be located oa the It was a huge task to undertake the .... la Ualaeevlllc' tha cay other meshlo.
?property recently purchased by the car of each a bad cue of "Id.., die
.sjcotmlstlnn. West OalaoevUle between aaee ae that of C. T. Collier of Cherokee .
;;i.Jt.Wet Masoala aad West Magnoliatreetc. la, but Electric Bitters did'it For Sale by. . .

,r:# ;. H. writs r "My kldaeya were) eofavgooe. TOE SON Gaioesillie Fli.DULY '
Icoold sot .tl Oft aehaJrwIthoateuabkni .
: > and I.tr.,.. from. dreadfalhacks.she Because they are the bent
headache, sad .."....... i
, ;;i ; E3 ALL ILU IAt* care aad by .... was restored. toperfeet I ,
,I sw Cw.f area few.t..4. health. I reooaueead tale greet Ask dealer for the 4.ft
1" n.'I- err u era ioM b P tool ..sid.. to all with, weak hid.acyc. i you THE Slllflta{ Wc*
; ...if Urn or stomach" Guaranteed I "Sonny Jima Shoe and In. a

I c',',}.;,,:,,,",. ,. .., by all dvaggt.u' I"*** Wc -- stilton r getting it. .. .
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DA' t '" ." ';i: !'il Byf T FLUt1iDA1' LAND"" Race.Q rilrk 'Adritmr.ilon ".tlr.t ed.
. ,
ttlt! "New Yorlfnldi: 16r-"Efforts (6- prd
gtun "
i ... :the great tronb)' with ..many who cure $3 from .$be pubO;. admission
r are In aiming in Florida is
engaged
; ? to the Metropolitan Race, tracks will,
\t Xntered at the Pact Offloe at GaloeerUla.., that they try to do all of U tn one tea according to ,the World; be Abandoned

1 MI eecor.d-elajts lUaU natter. SOD, and ,are often 'Impressed too after: .the midsummer meeting

r'H. :strongly with the 'get-rich-qaick idea. : Brighton: Beach. it ta said the old
and Publlxber.
H. McCRKARY. Editor SNOW
There Is as good land (ID' this State I rate. ,of '$2 for grand stand and 75
; W. W. ASHLEY. Associate !t.<>>r,
-- -- at can be found,anywhere, said a progressive I cent for field stand tickets will then

>' y.' JESSE E.BURTZ.:. Clt>! Editor.( farmer to The Sun a few days be resumed." The advance :to"$3 was

.J' ago, but the,fauU' ilea with the tiller. roado at 'they'beginning: of the Graves-

LOUIS J, BRUMBY.Uenl Traveling A cent.F. of the toiljqoite largely, Som,; people! end iflecting which clotted yesterday. I C

kill their' .;land; .by fertilizing! : too hearIT nelOlt.8 on the wbbte"werfe''far! tram
M. PBEWITT.. ftupt.Componinic Room.. .. ,. while ptherf, ;ma Ve.. the very com- what the track ownera: had anticipate 4
'I'
mon of plowing land late in Jaysnd ed. -Thousand,' of persona' visited -
; ertot : who I
; OFFICE I'ORTKR UJUOCK.eg FOB RHEUMATISM.CUTS SPRAW3
., W..Maa{ ,street, 8. T'J.&PKO..434: Augusi'and tdnt'over, the .oil 10 .the- tracks daily and formerly ,A SURE CURB WOCJfDS OLD SOBESCOaWS, UM.IONS. ..
.... that the'rmt sun, bakes the life out of paid $2' willingly! for the grand slant "' .GAlu, KBVISES. CONTRACTED '

7MRuat9soxpubit.hedeveryruorI,\ ag.x; 1'1. The exercl f!e/.t judgment in these ticket took,, to the field where thaeost miSCLKS LAMS >BACH; STIFF JOWTS, FROSTED niT, ., :t
apt ,delivered by carrier.In the city,or '
Monday SCAlDS.
was only' $1, and 'exceptingon' BUJW3, >ETC.
tallied to any part of the Cniled BUtta, postage matterwild be'iif beneOe to all. ,;; ,
frt,for$S' year; |i..v\ .ia! monthi; fi.isthfefmouth The complaint. U often) heard, and I. half holidays the crowds have' not 'AH' ANTISEPTIC that tope irritation. subdues .Inflammation "l1r' '

) .;.or.30 cent fur (0v W" -.tl'ctll'! .iaadTance. sent. out...broadeasi bier the land, that be uncomfortably large. dad driTee out Pain.PUNCTUATES ,

r a thrre are no, forage'! crops In Florida. loosens i
the Pores. the Fibrous Tissues, wo-
l' Reading notice In local! column: i 0 anti a line This? is not,,true r a* we have pindars .Jow Magnificent., Building planed; . mote m free circulation of the Blood giving the Muscle nastral
,'c lor lint InMrtion. and S cent foreach additional. (peanats) that make, a
t insertion. he, ,TJties' 'are: 'excellent} feed for. a exterior: : 'of 'the new granite custom :

9 '. Kate: for display advertising mad known on >orse,. while 'w'e.. have'ar.bgras' and Chouse tit.Dovrlla-"'Ore n ,In this city
; application. bees". I
egjar-weedf anY'OD,.' of which' have has practically completed and It1s r ,

fi' : The TwiccHt-Wcek Bun la au eight-page,forty been tried and,found to be good. tbotisht'tlie building will be ready CURED OF PARALYSIS. '

i column paper published every: ftonday' and By rising good ,Judgment there Is always tot occupancy within 11 mo'otlu The ;
, a Thursday, and contataa alt the cwa.'of the to contractor" were only two months be. W. 8. Bailey. P. O.Tree,Texaa, writes* "My '
farmer
local and "ami will fee an opportunity a' wife had been suffering fire with paralysis in .
h week: state general hind In completing: the exterior work, year a
n. mailed, poitagc free: to any part of the Unitedgtatceor get one crop market by tte''lit of TUB has her arm. when X was persuaded nsei Ballard'O n
It estimate
cost $3.000.000.'an2 Is
L Canada for f i.ooa ear-Ica advance. rune, and ,ha can 'Cb en '..use the. }land .!. ;Bnow Liniment, which effected a complete core. X t r'
again for other crops( that homey wish. that the Interior will require have.also used it for old eoree. froet bltea and skis i,,
; r I $1,500.000. In all its appointments the It doe the work."
AU advertl.lng Mil become due alter. first Many farmers make asmooh'money'on eruption r.
appearance of advertUement unleaa otherwise building is said to be the.finest of Its 'CST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED. ALWAYS, WeD 4
I tin of cooonob rs well eared Jot
stipulated contract. Y.rtie.aotksow.tow acres kind In the world. It I Is;125 feet high REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES !
K. rill be required to Pal for advertising in ad- as they "4? ld on 25 acres pot properly '
a with a frontage of 191 feet on Bowling. THREE SIZES: 25c,,50c and $1.00' l
ftDCI. AddreaTUB. 1MII.Y,SUN attended, and the'' main point is in :
Green 'and %78, feet
on State and
BALLARD LINIMENT CO. .
OA.UfNY1LL11o FIX shipping DODO but flrst-claes! goods In Whitehall streets. SNOW
I packages marked "first-class." i I. ST. LOUIS U. S. ASOLD'AND'REGOMMBNDZD;;- i

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The consensus of opinion la the Bute. Those ,who.come to Florida to buy .

) seems to be In favor of Gainesville.a. and. for farming should look around

the Athens.., A" and, 'not take the word of4 soy dealer Tired BY rw,

they happen'to meet Who has land for -WJOaN"SON"::: Ga:1.c..ee"V"I..J..J.e.: 4
o MM, :Mary Rogers, who It in the sal*. There .ire honest men engagedIn '

Windsor, Ve., jail/waiting the death farming In this and adjoining coun. Nervous :: -'
sentence of the codrt, will,. be hanged ties *ho will cheerfully give correct ''''''.. '.'''.''''.i

next: week. fl K advice to any who may be looking for When you feel languid, tired .

a location and 'when such nervous and irritable, ,your vitality I
J r Mlu Ellen- Sane seers:; to be quite lands you must; be able you to exercise get the is low..your.'supply; of C ;

re. vindictive. She has returned to the necessary judgment In cultivating; t,.'' nerve energy exhausted, and If You Are Insured.. ) ;J J1o

Balkans and threaten to deller her There IB room ,In Florida for thousands your running down for C .

lecture to the men who captured her. of 'good farmers where they can lack of power, "

f7 Ir. realise u much'per acre from land as The organs of 'the body are a Company that il Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly] f fi.
Written it '&b Liberality of Policy Cuotrac' and the
Hon. Hunt Harris' Is Credited! with In any State In the Union and boy the working poorly, or not at all, ( Losses Promptly" CompanyPays r

talking the State iD.uranoe,, bill 'to land cheap and you are not getting the .

death thus saving the people from be. nourishment needed. This soon .

+ loa talked to death on the subject of STATE PRESS CLIPPINGS impoverishes the blood and instead You Are Assured

Insurance _ _ _ of throwing off the. impurities
The tide of distributes, it'a11
strong public opinion '
That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some "
The special committee to eiamlne should land the University of Floridaat through the body. :This brings ref ole. .
and Inspect and report to the next I Gaineevllle.-Bartow Courier-In disease and misery. ;

I j Legislature upon the State Hospitalfor formant., Feed the nerves with Dr. Lt

the Insane Is as 'follows) 8. B. Miles' Nervine, a nerve food, a
Cameron of Dartow, 'M. P. Quarter The esteemed Gainesville Sun Is nerve medicine, that nourishesand ) Fire Lire -Accident and Health Illsuraiicc.ti .

r man of Qulncy, Dr.. Loots D. E. M making a vigorous fight for the looa- strengthens the nerves, and '

y Bloeker of Pensaoola. lon of the State: University In that see how quickly you will get ti None but Reliable Companies Repre.eDted. C M

elt,. When It comes to a showdown strong and vigorous.

A man who was too tenderhearted Gainesville will "skin" Lake City.- "My wife r.ufered. with -nerrouaTieee % 0 ... .

to whip his children for playing with \Ve.t Palm Beach Sun. 1".vWu.,". to a recent attack of lyphcldover ,A.LVI.: CUSHl\lAN 0 r
d but after> her recovery from the ,
matches burned the ends of their fin* .rer'she wae much won, and could I

,i gets so as to aialm them for lit... Such The Lake City College I Is just about hardly nervous control when herself the bolnir taint exulted exceedingly Information cheerfully lurnl.bed. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA C r

ei demonstrations of humane feellngi are 'sufficiently equipped for tics deaf Sh. war very ,...t1_ at night endnever

p Indeed too contemptible pass with dumb and blind and It would be an al.o urTervd bad a much rood from nt.ht'a nervous reaL head She "'I'''' '' ''' '''''''''''''''.
excellent location. Give Lake City ache Dr. Mil*** Nervine WB rocorn- .
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mended by a friend. After the lint -- -
his school, Gainesville the University, three do...-. ah* had a god nhJht'
.who Tallahassee the female college and rest, and at the end of thn Ornt week'a' PARTIAL PRiCe LIST OF
are snch t"atmenthe waa wonderfully Im.
llartow the negro school, and this will proved. Continued" UM of Nervine taut
chronic kickers that we venture to say miUted her' entire cur..." Whiskies Wines Beer and Mast. '
_ that when Gabriel blows his trumpet come very near settling the row and, OTTO KOLJ1. ,
the time will 1021: Cherry Bt EvansvMo. lud.
"
at same as near as poislDle -
'and they awaken'In glory,they will befit Dr. Ml ..' Nervine la sold by your r'
rJ'r scatter the Institutions equallyover druggist who will guarantee that thetiraf
so dl..a&IIOfld.lCb the color scheme of EXPRESS I'REP..UD.
the State.--Jasper Banner of Lib. bottl. will benefit If It fade, ha Bulk HHch-Jup FI'f'eot Pnpal"Jl'lan
the decorations that they! will ark tow will refund your money. Q\ Me 1lre. 1 Qta a Q.... J2.
e be allowed to continue their ..lumber.ist .",. I Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart. Ind HlllltiDtr Club Rie .... ...h ea t4 00 s 100 Rye Ola.a 1.60 Corn Per Gallon wood.:nac1e.Nelaloa ., ; lI
Coull" H1....... I 110 t6 r 10 tta114rOUbnMoaogests
,The Georgia cantaloupe crop has begun Rye ......-.. i 10 60 00 Re.01'11. 'om. Rum. Fine cauaUtl.
According to Rider Haggard, who I. to ripen and will soon be In the Henne.."N..R7........ I TIll 6 00 0.0 Rye.Oti. Corn 12.M'rU.Uon Rum' liek' for: the money.Soda. .
i. In this country looking op the aoalal market and the Florida will --. .!Drop.............. .10 a bo 1200.. U.OOI'erUeJlotI: r
conditions of the country, the poor crop soon : 111 w1e1...s;..,.:....... I rs 500 bo U" Rye I'eACID and AppM lJI'andJ'. Mellow {
be The from Colorado will lid br aa-e.
gone. crop haG" Dr.1I47... ......... I n a.00 0 fIG
of Colorado .Is consld
what FOLEY'SHONEYMiTAR 14.00 Per
people get 0.11011:
k
be next followed by the Indiana and Apt.Iwendy... ......... 17& 1 00 10 Vlo&or1a Rye boelal Uro,. are. Medtetaa t
.,.d In England. good wag, but the Illinois products. It has come to .be a RoI1aD4GIa ............. lItO s 1& T Ib lIual1&1.
; cost of living (la so nigh they have IlHlu"fJ.Dd the demand 0..01. ....... ....... I n a 00 It 10 LJNP ST. LOUrS DEER Per Dol.
great
# every year North'atotbIa Con .. .. 1M. 00 f 00 ..,.. . ..... ... .. '
ralnae .
none of the conveniences, comforts .......... Beer ........'J .
McMaIllWII Cots I Ta lid
these I .110 .
Is 'greater for toothsome
.. .... . ...
. .
1Catra . .
Ale .. .
.......,. ........... -' I 00 .
money. _- _-._-_ --___ .-__ relishes at breakfast. M..tfur4&u Ru.... ....... .. S to ft. g 100. lib r.110 M 51stk.ardark'aa4.rd..........,............. ...............,... Y.... .. .101kllilll .00UrapeBrlta47..17. ''

00 elO Coberser. t...purte.i.... . . ., .. I GO C
Tb. Bookman bill has done a fine 01 K.1'r. DouJ'boI& n a 00 .110 IIaae Ae btnu. ............... .,.....' I s a
stroke of business for the Independent College girls are employed as wait TOlrlall"WlTlYE ) A..ortateaAUo.ed OQ AU 0004a or Sams U\lI.._ thou"pI.t...........,. ............ g '
".... at the Young Women's Association Pno. ..mo- libs bbl. 01&..pplkl.&So1l.U..ttU y',
i'' college of the State and many people G8Hfh.. rtaody.
at the Portland Es-
Building
will prefer to send their children I.1CXROlfTlLLE.
HANNE
those Institutions of learning rather position This will no doubt attract The fonulnorOL.ET3 W. 1Dilt:1 li T. BROS. FLA.

B than gel them started la a school that many young. Inca there for their nONET and TAR ts to .____-, ;
meals . ..
4 u Is liable to be abolished by some pen a Yellow p..kale. JUfaae embetitmiam.er 7&a. M. QaaaiaM. President H. E. TATLoa, Cashier

1; oywlse movement. If Hlglow'e SOB could be sent to a ta.re"(| oetly s>, Oao. W. IIn>a. View-Preaideat Lu GBAHAM, Aast. Cashier

retreat for the feeble-minded, the matter ...., A Oexntxasty, 0"...... y-

;kt A bomb may eventually be taceeaeJul would be squared up pretty ...n.A Far Sale by J. ". lUOItaai; Il r... THE FIRST NATIONAL
la annihilating' )Ir. Fairbanks but BANK

U would tajka '"an eipert to toouh his Mexican paper eaye thai those who
smoke In front ot ladles have never .U 110 WDMEa .
j'L willowy tram with a boUtt.-The O.F1
read a work on good manners. oar ew M. ........eeap G..A.XNESV'rLLE.:
PeasaooU Jooraal.) We have always ....-...-.'-- .-. -
__-5 ........11... ec "" .... -..
considered the editor of Th. Journal or et _..... --..-: THE ONLY NATIONAL RANK IN ALACHUA
....e--. ... .4. ...... CO
too loyal acltlsea to .1 p,... sueh ... Brass or Onto ' TOI.BDO J .. ...... +
r ... .. Lass CocirtT. ( .... .. .an.,1 1, Capital. . . '
Sruhistte. ..-'I..a. Fratk J. Cheney makes oath that" ) hn .. -. .. es.a..r.ne.a..r.e.aa. .. : . . . . . . .150,00000

J I I. senior. partner of b. Dma of F. J. =..........U..1M Sorplu and Undivided Profits. f
:, off, Ta Irony of some peep). la regard ... ........ . 30,000 00
Chet, A Co., doing business la the
: ''' to the salary of the Governor being, Doee e.tJr.e.b a e.MI.twtsn raea.........
M sal bees tt \ale
and State IiMN
ot Toledo. aforesaid S.ntl1
city
county ......-..1 ru-.c-
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nM.
The .
raised Uaot la good \U' man aa..a&e. .
,, .. ...,
and that said firm will pay she ssMaa Neean AU b.rt..ayw.a.eN, pe.N4: XS.
t xr who la eoatpeRa' to fill the Governor'sehalr sun of OX t VUICDRKD DOLLARS .E.TAYLOR C ahUr.ACdBSHT ,'

of the Bute of Florida should b. for earn an; rj ea.. ot catarrh that PATENTSCASNQW -.-- .. -. .
k t' paUt.a salary .offlclent to remunerate Cannot b* e- .. bi tb. S.* of tUHV
a Ala for tb* atUntlocV n..eesari1y d e- CaU.rrhC..r FRANK J. OUE tY.1

- mtaded by that, hlh offlc*. 8-es..foesme and .bNritM4 m&LIlBUIJ B. F. JORDAN
la n y .i**...C'ItI. ibis' *to day ot D e'l e.w a s as
,",mber. A. D.1*.. ''I e. tta. ..IN .wwro.a.. HI< ,
_i c Ta.many c<4 ...s.spoken (. taro (&AAU. .. W. GLSASON.jfOVAXT Jlar.. 4.,5..M W d .. ..t..tiutiv

of Oah.s IU. by th. 'State pri ere, Pirauo.Hall's I a.Ja.. llstarllws TESOLBKSTPUB.
a {ttsd.e }
Oetarta Otro ta taken
t.1 w, ._ ertMM INSURANCE
Tke I
Ban
algal, appreoUted sad s .
salty sad Mia dtle.t on the Wood W suss Iw..a _- _- ;
deeply itraufal frir.r.rd" OOSA.roendationi and tuoooaa xrttesa of tli* cittocn.Band w evR
'Tho pets; TMord of oo r for teetreaanlasa. two.F. .*

,v ? city .uod 'wltbsut i ; Mio mark ot dexnsrlt. J. CHCXBY CO.,Toledo, O. :
8.1dpy &U TSo.Tmk .
draggtsts.
Oar 'p..ple), ke always beoalted .
,. ; HaWn Family ml for .OMUpattosi. TZXXXZZ
t'' oo the tobj,,i'ote waUfta. PoSITUl6LOCat GAINESVILLE '
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a. ....rrw .:. .lw.t....+ .. .

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.:THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, JU\E 1 J7. 1905 Iiy ,.,

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THE ;. WHY' AND DON'TKHOW '


DH SITUATION. iOPlE CATARRH OF KIDNEYS IT.

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e'ij ij1e'Ideas and' Assertions Backache, the First Syoiptom

of Kidney: Trouble.
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,Advanced by :Buyers.. S j

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.PRODu&r_ is SCARCE e-ru-na Is Invaluable in. Such ,

Cases. V
Mdihe: ; Grower Is Not Compelled to wJl' 'vs Ill

'felt IHls Cotton at from Nine to Four- S,1'I
Prominent Persons Who Fine /&/r a'F? ;
(e erY Cent a Pound Only 3.0OO I? $ .
;}t .
Been Cured. 4Tltii( t l lS
.kales. Now in Savannah. _
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""William ,H, Seward. L Lcoln'. great Daniel D.Bdw, +.,.. Snp'TVl.lr,\otary Public and it+JijF+ ,' + : ? g

jjejcretary of' State says that on his ;_a member of I. O. O. F., l iO) Pearl street, Huffalo, tj/ i"it? f/EljN.1' : :
Iw
., write" : { t iftfr r' _
,. t y"tO) the Golden Gate on his Journey "Having used reruns for a shor time, I desire to r 3 + ''? + 'f3t, I I '4r kkS

,,s ,. ti round' the world, that on passing a write you as to myipre e'nt condition. tF41'r '' k j'1'I >
J.
4 r .. Wigs 2 Jast across .the, Missouri river When obtained Peruna I was tattering from' + t //!>S, f? +''r '
; deed from the ear window a soliWry'bottle (- chronic Indlgettton and kidney and bladder Fl'? {>"I'r' '' 1 ,J1JG e . a (: ,
\ of whiskey conspicuously trouble. It teemed to help the'circulation at once. If/ I
My digestion It now perfect d my kidneys '
;:, .'. -d&t1 laJed.under which was written in bladder not trouble me In any way. la fact.1Id'I'I Konwen. Engine.: *** t
1\\ ;, ,garish capitals : "Kotis-Last Chance- give Peruna the entire credit. ,
.(?1 .: 1,000) )( miles to the next: .bottle." "Hoping that your remedy will reach sufferers I Absolutely the *af<"> t and moat eoo '
.; I : in ?' nomical' i In""w..r now on the market., AU
:{tr. :This reminds a similar case, a.nd thanking you, I remain, -
me of Mr. Littlefield'sprimadonnalike t
pises 'O
't for
-IJ to : horn Iwl'rVrlt. '
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Daniel D. Bidwell, N. P. :
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J.'"' announcement that prices. ,

' /. ,this was positively his last appearance This rnRltin\ i 14 not a "Jrfckat all '

.( and oar last chance to sell our cotton trades" with il!;nuino. or batteries and
.' .at his magnificent offer; that he was sundry trlit.r-r to keep you "ptinled," t'
: but It IB a "Uritckor Jok" to do your .'
abcat to turn his face towards the Arc.
work, and no ntt.uakNnld under fall
,;(',ri tic Circle that he had circled around a guarantee or your money brtuk. 8impholty I
:::.;,. the cotton patches at old Xewnantville i itnelf.' '

.. and the classic banks of the Sapta Fe .S : .r.s., South American I GEO. W. MOYERS .
: i.. river and discovered : First-Acreage, $ 1 M t
Cured by Pe-ru-na. Ialncsvllle. I'lorN '

h'ti. : _titanic. S.eond-Ule of fertilizers, her iCc t 3< ""'" ........ ..,.,., - -..... ._ .. c
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.renlean.. Prospectsexhilarating. ? .,"a<, #t Count Alfonso d' Aljoron, of 287dt Plata V :
f !! aK
This t being the case on these vast and ., { : ,} >l Torro, Buenos Ayres, Hoiith morion, I
fertile fields it must be so too around Ii '. while visiting In Chicago, wrote from 217

;, Valdosta and Statesboro in Georgia.. ,fr ;jr l 3({ Cleveland avenue, that city, as follow t Daytona *Jsl:
u '4: "1 used reruns a short time ago: to build up my
',v, And his deduction was indeed verified .
}, system which was all ran down from overwork
O. B. Stevens the commissioner of
by ; '!M worry and-cold which had settled In my back and
,+ t?+a; agriculture of Georgia, who tells as : };rr nerloua and
: trouble.
i ., ? r kidneyscsusing: me annoyance
4 First-Long cotton fields in a measure 1 "When I returned home from work at night N *.. so ex: jijeach.

6 3,1', 'planted in short cotton on account of hooted and worn out, together with the pain in my back, : : ,

r r, fir sluggish sale. Second-Acreage, diminished. that I felt I would never b*able to take up the burden o( - ;
'. Third Crops, grassy. life again In the morning but when morning came 1

Fourth-Labor, scarce. Fifth-Pros* LFONSO D'AL D would get: out somehow This UratmJnR through life con-

'peas, gloomy. tinned for -a- couple of months., when I decided I- would--p The "Kennico"

Now, one report confirming the otherin Dangerous Kidney Disease? A remedy ,that t

such a marvelous manner, Mr. Lit Cured.At cures all the ca glad to stele that found It Ju.t the medicine for
tlefleld was justified in anticipating an tarrhal derange 1------In a couple of months I was restored to perfect "III accommodate parties for light cJ
the appearance of the first symptom meats of the kid and strength and my work was no longer a h..Hplnc''or board with room.
enormous yield and small prices. of kidney trouble, Peruna shouldbe nays should certainly I therefore endorte your medicine at worthy 1
y" ". Fur rates apply to
Mr. Littlefield Is a most amiable taken be oonsid confidence of the sick -A/1on1lO d' Alforet.
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i young man, but from early :youth he This remedy strikes at once the very Bred a bonseholdnecessity. -"-- -- - - - - - -- - --- - - - -- -- C. A. KBNNBY. Uoodall Fla

'i bas, I hear, been affected with a most root of the disease.It Pernna: is such a seemed to act in perfect harmony with -- - .. .- -- -. ... ..... .- -.-- -
at once relieves the catarrhal kidneys the system eliminating\ the |M> ..)nn, tip
.: treacherous. memory. For instance, A tromlnent Merchant rl'mooY'1 f
of the stagnant blood and preventsthe stopping the ravages of the dl.! .>... The FloridaFruit
; 'be forgot to tell us that in Savannah, to Health By Pe-ru-n
escape of serum from the blood. and gradually restoring m. to health
market In Mr.John Ammo, 215 Upplnrott Ht.,
tie largest Sea Island cotton
Peruna stimulates the kidneys to and strength.We .
the world the stock Is only 3.000 bales excrete from the blood the accumulating Toronto, OanM a prominent- merchant have on file many thousand !...* and Truck GrowerL.
#today against 10.000.1.., year at this PoI.on. and time prevents the con of that city, and also member", of the tlmonlaU like the tines given hero.Ve r
\ Masonta Order wrlt .II
: time. TulMons which are sure to follow 'If the can only give: our readers a slight J. IIRVX Y, Editor: and lropr,
"' have been In health generally
i. dire- allowed to remain. poor glimpse of the val"" of xin-ollclu-d.
In
But he is going to leave us poisons are for over four yean. When I caught array OCAI.A FLA, ,
ful straits. That if we don't take 9 to It glres great vigor to the heart's bad coM last winter'It settled In the endorsement we are rrcrlvlng every

,; 14 cents for cotton now we will forevert action and digestive syntrm, both of blrdder" and / ,-causing serious month. No other physician i In the One! Year . . ...... ...... . . ..'..00 .
which to fall rapidly I In this world has rrrlvc l such. a volume of t.Minh'
are apt trouble. I took two advertised
greatly
regret it. lIe expects: to, lose money reilrs| . . . .. . .... 10 ,
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dl.ea... kidney remedies without getting the eutliimlttNtlc l lt"r. of thanks .. I'r.Harlmsii .
1:.;.):: on the purchase of course, for it will rerunacureacatarrti. of the kidneys desired remit fur l'..run..

f'rr never bring that price again ; for bas .lr lply 1..m.e It cures catarrh where "Peruna is the only remedy which All c.rrc'4Ilh./ICI'J/I.l .a h..1 I it- < .
';/, ;:" _VM> not seen th u__ patches around__ ___ "old ever loc.tud. was really of any U.aflt lu iu.. It n..hulJ.1. A illustrated.
i : _____ _ __ __ handsomely tnagaslne
Kewnansvllle. _._ m . . .. devoted especially to the Interests of
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But we hope our friend will not go .1 I the fruit and vegetable growers of '
away. It would be merciful for him to I Msmphls" BaHftsTForm i omblne.I Wool Brinos nrgh r.1 CCi. Duchess' Jewel Found In Field.Cambridge Florida. ,

tarry with us awhile longer and we I Memphis, Tenn., June 18Announce San Angelo Tea.. June 1 .--The entire ; England June 10.'"At A special trial subscription of sic

+ are told on good authority that "Mercy ment was made todabat a consolidation fight months spring wool clip of the Jewel of the durtics* of WVsttnlnter ', months will be sent on receipt of 3oe ,

," af blesteth twice. It blesseth him who of the Memphis Trust, companyand the Ccnoho county, the largest clip of .. of which she WM rol'UM vas|. ..01... titampe tai+.a.

gives and him who receives." Not the National' Dank of Commerce short wool la the state was sold yes month and which are .>.tliuat l U lx .. - . -. ... -..... .
doubt this was poetic license and noth of this city, had been decided on. the terday. The clip amounted' to l.MO.OOO worth I30.0OO, have U-en recovered

, log more, for Shakespeare knew very merger to take elrect about July IK. pounds. and was bought by two |lotonfirms. They were burled In a field! 3 mile I THE SUN
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well that the fellow who ,bought our Both concerns are well known' and Influential. Prices are held strictly secret out of town It appears that a forniei Jyl
The capital Block combined but are believed to be between 20 sad night watchman at Orosvrnor house,
showing no
as
9 cents was
IC a cotton at JOB }PRINTING
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and blessed only him who gave.I institutions It Is .said will be $2.000.* 12 cents' s> pound. Too IS month who was arrested la London coufese!

mercy 000. John T. Far ..ou. a prominent wool clip also the largest la the state, to the theft.
have a negro on my place with local merchant and capitalist, will be amounting to eight or 'nine hundred
DEPARTMENT
whom I crop on "halves and who has No Secret About It.
the president.
thousand pounds, baa hot y.t be.asold.
several bale of cotton untold, but ., but will be disposed this week. Itisnosetret that for con, barns,/ 4'1

heavily overdrawn. He wanted s dress Smallpox In North,Carolina.ZUleXgh Competition Is brisk Among the buy 01,.,.. fever sores, tore eyes, bolls,eta, Makes a Specialty of All Kinds

for his girl the other day bat found N. C. June !'.- The state ers here, every big wol boas It. the nothing, < I Is so effective as Muekliu'e Ar

himself a bit impecunious. So he board of health bas issued. a IraUoUsj United States la represents. Sheep ales Halve. "It didn't take long it of Plain and
Fancy
II-: came to me and said i owing the existence of smallpox la I men are delighted with'tho prfeee. a. ear. a bad sore I had, and It Is all O. K

."Boss let's sell oureotton. I hears 45 of the M eowBtlea. the dtooaao being I advance of 6 to ft costs over last yeas for sore eyes," writes D. L. Gregory olIf f

:Mr. Littlefoot Blankly is buying cotton scattered from the sea out to U. an, the highest price etao JM. ope. T... 26o at all drag stores.

: at de station, and I he.rt.too, Mr. Dish monatala region" sod -tolnc I1V. : -. -- -- -' ..- - ..-.-.. -.. .. .- .-."- .'- - .- CommercialJob
Jack Williams tell a white man the rally 'an over U. staAe.Th disease ;

mill at de Norf where dey make etoff' was) never so wifleepreaa aa It bas Nee I

had ninety balesof ooginned cotton, for the past ate mouths, Utottgh the LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.

f" and dat was mo dan dry wanted tot mortality ... qalte low. .... typo of Printing

had better sell." the disease befog ..rally mild.
make eloff Rid, so be aT
This coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can bo east for

"Yon fool" said I, "how much any Institution competing for the beautiful library, when properly'
,1 will have if you sell your kilted k>y'en0lH' Overb above . For. .
money yoo filled oat, signed and returned to the ballot boxes 'In either the
d, cotton at Mr. Llttlefoot's price of 10 M Ala. Jose v-U. L. I"se .,. .Ior... ,
", Which; toll you le to make." of this city. t. duurv of LtnUsvUloNasbvUlo '

dat Boss Let's hold.. sad rattraM ...4<<. WTUItastanUy Iad/tatl.s.. . . Business Men.Professional
"Is so :.... .1 . . . .. ,
t) ASKODXCS.Alaehoa. killed by tto overtarmlaa of

Jane 16.APPEARING. Uo enclao a* Maculae t4at. a ...vrmile. JI... ef ,..ter .. . . r. . . . Men P
cot of this dtr. vfefis) eurowta ,

OLD to else tko trafefi soar ......... Ala.. '., 1 TilE DAILY BU9.

wiser> a La*lsMTIe ... KahrtHetrala p.. Manufactories Etc

sestg.r worn wn&t shiest fatality. -.. -- .- ._-- -- '- .' -.- - .- ..... -... -- . .' Ewa,
t ......... z.rt. -
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fe'fr 31t8otablimi.t S8"78 Legal) Blanks on Short Notice. tea

if-* To* "idiot strand te Qow o'd. A Thousand DoHara Worth of Good. . .. -
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I* t&-..days efrt *Urti*. fie .... .. "I have be sttSkted! with kid.., : & 00.B letter from of
ii W .rr toatut ]3L F. a cr-- roar Tho following on* oar
A 11 .. 1 a. coos too appsara- and bladder trouble for year psssisg mall order ...aoaa-.. Is self*.f,..*.>. IIrJ'
It Ie tmpos.ll/fe 10 M thie wtsb a n- gravel or sto see with ...neta&J..1 p

_ t- twist a hsm'oTie D.Q ehfdta.s tM pals;. says A. H. Tkarvec. S well LtHiUvllle. ICy.. rep. 21, 1800. ,

,._...,_or--a of ber..wt ft....t roots S"uv. d.sites ta.. kaowsi eoaJ operator'of eltaJoO. "Itot : A ::NJ< ERS. II. II,fsio.ertli.. ria. V
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sad UI tJa M relief from oxniieirie aatit bo.CM Dar Kir' i Received t*.. print, ...
tie. pt. ftfl..rpSdde Y 1M ..elw ..-. taklec Yo"':'' lUdaey Core j Ikea Nta. setter la dee lias*. sad will say .,.*.
v ...(.u.'er b .f tree ..... ... It le as .<<- the resell was .sorprUl*. A few ..*. II perfectly saUsfastory. I like thai ':s'
UM .. It .. ..es..ttId ... started. tbs brtddoes'sbstase ..--of adasu.bar sad... rw.atrr ..I dais's lr s ta is.. velope so mesh Maay thank for '
a O-- as .... bate .ti- I have sto pals ..,.. sa *tt 1I .. 'sett a. t7a.dr'II save.Aeept sad DOW __. It baa ,... ..... ----1 ,.......I. ...... ers..st..... .. Yotaleettr.lorder."
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NEWS FROM:>ALL Women as Well' as Ken 'Are Nab tor No..JW.. $20; Saunders& Earle. for "
., No. 26, tUJ. 6; J. A. ,J. Strickland, for
rr fcafcla 6y ::''Kidney' and No, "*reiftbt on blackboard $J 02; S.

PARTS ..OF'FLORIDA H. Merchant, interest, $49.57: ; Andrew
Bladder Trouble. Jolly for school No, 24, $6 20; Hannah

Kidney trouble preys Upon the mind, Jv Roux, Interest, $28.26;J. H. Coffee, I
: Brief Happenings From Various discourages and lessens ambition;'beauty,' incidentals for No. 24,, $2; Luther f
.-"u. =:..t vigor and cheerful- Redd Janitor' No 24 H.HMe-
$18)
4 Sections of State. ) nese' soon disappear , )
when the kidney are Creary,'printing, $4.70; W. H. Robert.
out of order or dis ,commissions, $114.70; J. L. Kelley -

THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS eased.. ',.peDI" Interest of schools,&0., 1L
Kidney trouble has ; ..
8a Jl3- 'J. H. Alderman Interest
In "The Land of Flower. become so prevalent ; ,.,':. "' "
Transpiring $83.$6 H tI "t.if"o''if.f''" !
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that it is not uncommon ; .t+.':
Things "Bolted Down"' to Suit the for a child to be No, 82,$4; II.. H. >.r._ l yaCb ''t

"Busy" R.ad.r-It.m. of Interest to 'born amicted with lag No.26, $12; H; H. : trader'li i9''>Qer j Yii'
aSmmy"weak
If
kidneys. the :
vertising No. 88, $4; H.: > ita Ialen ;.> }
,r All, Classes. child urinates too often,lithe urhre scalds ,
the flesb.or if,when the child reaches advertising No. 31, $6; t..e'you a.t.bJ .; ,, '&.
The Tampa City Directory tells lot .age when it should be able to control the Creary, advertising No.,. ; good**are bctt...;1'..

$5 a e P1. passage it is yet afflicted with bed-wet. MeCreary,,,'advertising ; : ,tho health of

I: ,\A'lodg.! of Boys of Woodcraft will be ting,depend is kidney upon trouble it,(he cause and of the the difficulty first H. ,McCreary; Hpe ea1ir "f/;,' .

organised at St. Aogaitloe. step should be towards the treatment of H.H. MeOreary, & .." '

And now Ocala has fallen In line and these important organs. This unpleasant $6; H. H. MeOreary', :
.will no doubt have s Beaver Dam. trouble) is due to a diseased condition' 42, $6; H. H. --J
,
and bladder and not. to a ,
the kidneys .. ,
The White Springs Herald I Is making habit. most people suppose. No. 21, $8; W. O. t r. Ofl;:P* '
an effort to stop gambling that plaoe. ? Women as well as men are made miserable $142.75; B. B. Weeks, 'Is'y
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with kidney and bladder trouble, perlateodents'eon vent ; + ; ,V1easaut.,
Six: negro gamblers were arrested In and both need the same great remedy. tha Wilson refund ,on ;, other Narootfd<' ..
ti Brsdentown and fined $5 and costs The mild and the immediate effect of E.G., : Woraaa '
each. Swamp-Root is soon realized It is sold $1.441' Spencer, ,and Wind,
$4 Walker Evans A 1'I
in ;
by druggists, fifty-
The Winter Park ball team it to bate cent and onedollarsixe warrant record book, $10 ,CousttpatloA, if ;

&u''+ new uniforms for the summer cam bottles. You may... MeOreary., Interest, $ ; .regulates,the. ",.:. 1'I
have a sample bottle ,natural. sleep. .
.. paign. Martin, Board P.I., per : :
mail free, also a B-4-a..t
J. A. Johnson's ten-acre field of cot by pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root; :! r, {

too a!' Dunnellon It said to be the Including many of the thousands of testimonial :
.
White .
teachers . ..
f finest In that section. letters received from sufferers Colored teachen....... OAE.w \i; ,

J. S: Perkins' shingle mill at Jennings cured.Binghamton In writing, N.Y.,Dr.be sure Kilmer and mention& Co.. Incidentals; ,.., ... .. ... i

; baa been destroyed by fire for the this paper. Don't make any mistake, ."I 1.'. ...,.. ........ .. .' "4I ,4,4i'
second time tills season. but remember the name, Swamp-Root :
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and the address B,B. Waus,Cb'D. : ;, ( '
Former deputy clerk of the circuit Binghamtou, N. Y., on every Attest J.. L. KKLLKY, '. Mr.. "f'1;, '
court B. H. Barton of Pensaoola, Is bottle. ,. ,," '
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fs said to be $4,631 short in his'aecounti.. Stimulation Without ,
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4 Oapt. B. 'W. Hudson of Orlando had SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS. In case of, stomach' ''
one' of his legs badly Injured In the the proper treatment '
'machinery of'the peat factory a few Business! Transacted by This Body at these organs without Boufji_ n{

+; days ago. Last Regular Meeting. Orlno Laxative Fruit ,

OoTernor liroward and wife will Below are published the oflloial, proceedings ion !BOU__... .simulate. the rs. :_

spend the summer vacation at Fort ,of the Board of Publlo In* Itl.) without Irritating __ Jj'JC't _
T. !
r4 George, near Jacksonville, their sum structlou of Alschoa county for the tills or ordinary & \"'
not nauseate or gripe ,\
mer home. meeting'held on June 5, 1906 I pleasant to take. J. 1' 'q.
-
'Y Klkvllle, formerly Mlddleton on the Financial( Statement of the Board of Company.Bummer I,*. "
Iti East Coast Hallway, will be the name Public Instruction, Atachua County --- 4n i
J Tourist Rates
of that settlement In the fatare. It Florida for the Month Ending Coast Line.If HOTEL

',, ought to be named PotatoIlle. I June 6, 1906. , ,

r The Banner New York line of freight Hon. 8. II. Wienges, Clerk Circuit yon contemplate 'i
I resorts see ticket agents FLOKIDA. \y ;
gk vesssls to Miami will be one of the Court, Alachua County Fla. Line, and get all ,
biggest things that ever happened. It Sirs In compliance with Section 2, t
erence' to rates, route., .
will! be a great boon to business men Chapter 4332, Laws of Florida, we hereby Pullman service : Newly finished. ?'

+ A Tampa negro* tried to snatch alady's file with you the following Itemised are now In effect to all \0i

sir purse from her hand, bat It contained statement of the moneys rejelved and I sorts throughout the
M the coin for her new hat and expended: and warrants Issued duringthe turn limit October 'ta, : .. ): !

'A /rite hung to It like grim death to a month ending June 5, lOOSs been announced to all
ain and seashore resorts. ,
Tresswrer's for
"nigger. Report May.
? time round-trip tickets
Kd Meadows of' Orlando had trouble 1905. aicxirrs.Msy : to resorts in New '

with a blaok man named "Uncle 1-Hal. last report .. ,$ 472 10 : :
Aleck" the latter cutting a bad Reo'd Dickinson April tsx. . 8347 79
to tax 1004 358 00
Meadows' head and then poll E. H
J wound on Special Tax .

absconding. Districts .. .. . . . . 1077 52
The decision of the Supreme Court RfC'd Jerome nchool . . . 40 OO T'f NG
r '' l-inlll tax 2737 85
Comptroller, :
t making slot machines gambling devices _

made the Ybor City ottleera get Total , . . . . $1224 78 PAPER 1"j ,
busy, and 37 of them were captured by less warrants paid. . . . 8Q09 49
the oBleers. -
Balance on hand . I 837533 House
k Charles H. Laney has been elected
WARRANTS ISSUED.
it recorder of Pensaoola under the new and

"I'a charter, and In future he will preside White Teachers. ..

x ; at the recorder's court relieving the Rochelle No. 3, J. U. Owens $76. Brown Hesse Corer,

mayor of holding municipal' court. Mary Bsrkstreescr $40j; LaCroase No. -

,y r The Bradentowo Herald I Is justly Indignant 8. U. M, Patterson $30. )h... J. N, Full line of Paints a

1 because. the newspapers of Thompson $M; tcanopy( No. 15. e. (1. In stock at lowest ID

that city have to pay an occupation<< tax Hull $95, Mary Dudley $33. Sophia .

of 18. It would seen that Braden Merry $36; Waldo No. 24, Joseph H. LOW

_ town should have a missionary sent .. $90, Ellen Wallace $K, .....1.

,, there. May $M, Claudia Ambrose|36; Gainesville .

rh It Is reported at Terry that the I Nit. :M, 8. Melntosh $100. Mrs. Via Louisville &
O. O. Powell. $60, Mrs. W. P. Coffey
South Georgia A West Coast Hallway
r $40. Annie DsCosta $40. Kale Tomkles
t ,has been sold to the. Georgia SouthernA
$ Nsnul Melntosh $& Mrs Bailieetrourr
Florida Railway. The 8 U. A W, 40. 0. The following low Southern
/ $40, tferena Shannon $40. ,
C. runs from Adel, Ua., to Slrmans, from Jacksonville to
Florence Balls $40.<< Mabel Hanehes$40;
this Ntate.r North and West will '
Wash-
titroble Nn. 31.J. O.Adklos $65. Bertha ,
White Herald baa beo dates shown. ,
The Hprincs
Terry $40| High Springs No. U, W. E.
i leased from The Herald Company by "till tr3. Annie Edwards tal 50. Leila from other points. ''
Ft N Smith who will be editor -
Joseph Cato $37.fO, Luella Bell $:s6; Cleave. PORTLAND.
and with Edward L. Smiths account Lewis A Clark
manager,
land No, 65, Leonora Fildes $$)j Ta- Tickets sold certain ::
assuolaUi editor. Both will forthan
put
s
e.>ms No.- <09< Ruby Hawkins $50; Sept. 28. with Baal ,
extra effort to Improve this spr'ght'
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t New berry No. 73. L. W. Denham $A5., SAN FRANCISCO
ly weekly I Finals Mlselle $35; Rocky IbintNo.76, LK3. GAL -Ra' $ .
*i The murder of Oscar. llraansn at EoJhb Baird $&0; Halle No. 87, Mary certain dates April 10

Plant City has stirred up considerable F. Harts $251: W. O. U.I,,,, Bupt. elusive t final return .
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date of sale, not to &
excitement In Hlllsborough county. Clay county. $l45 "4f Brown No.8).
Several' prominent men in that community Eva Kildes $3O; Hawthorn No. 21, O. DENVER COLO.-

are under to.pleloll, Judge W. UoDBer $75. Marie Carleton $40} oount Cooveailoii.International Tickets .

Wall has cent Detective D.p4 ..to the putton No. 90, Jessie Barn $>+t. July 30. Inclusive .
soene and Sheriff Jackson has luara.d ,,- Colored Teachers. Ant ost 6.

,.. a reward of I HO for the arrest of Kreedenf No.l. Amy Davis $7; La. BUFFALO :f- Y.-U p
each of the assassins and |AO addition count Annual 1I.&t_
{ al, for the arrest of say persons Implicated Crosse No. 11, K. L. Bsgley $I5( New. B. ... O. K Tickets
nansvllle No. 14. M. G, Perkins $20. Inclusive; final retort '
In the crime.Dying .
j
Fraakle Glean $15 Newnans Lake No. TORONTO, X'
of Famine 17, A. fl. Smith $301 Colored Normal smraat ..,.,..&.
T. F:. DeBos $401 Hawthorn No. 7. CosveaUo. Ttekets : "
a
Is, In Its torments, like dying of con 39 Illusive flail lt ro"
J. C. Joaes $11.42. t. J. Wlem!! $$57; t
sumption. The progreee of eonsamption ost 25.NASHVILLE..
Taeoma No. $3. J. C. Jonee $$31 8taa*
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from the beginning to the very e*-
No. 24 III.INldeftl. : Douoli
Jeani.Oala.y
.ml, .. a long torture both to victim ley seasons Pebo f Dnwiat. '
"When I had .... School Vaa4rMU" fi . .. betwe.. k f. ..
and friends. *
ooll.ump.&Ioa Ttekeu sold Metals d* I leaving 81" Au-.... .
U It* first stage,"writes Wm. My Kddias Maaofaetnriag Co., for No Jo y .| flaal Uaal .....
w ers of Oearfos. Md., -after trying dtN 47. $$4.75 Walker Evans A CogswellCo. KNOXYILLE.

14* fereal medtolaee sad a good doctor In ., tot olflo., $, sa; J. U KU.,.eaJ. .... ;
't vain, 1 at last took D,. King's New Discovery try superintendent, $100} Baird Hardware ! rtc .t us.oi ..rtai* 4

which qalckly! and ,.rf"tly Co.. locks for use. $i lOt Baird July I*. la.la T.; fl: ille to New OHeaai +.1

V cured ...." Prompt relief sad sure Hardware Co., rOt seaool N*. ,M. \ 8s!! >.*es b.r ). :;

sure for coughs, colds eoN throat, Mrs, W. O. Jseksoo. iatereet e. vrarraat For fall ( l l :
bronchitis. its, Positively prevent rote to say pat aafaCQt1 "' .
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,$ta.Th.Oait..vlU.Ou Oow. > 8OTLST05 "
writ OKO.K.
all
Guaranteed at drug o* or .
.pceamoala.'0..... Prioe DOe and $1 bottle. TrialbyUle l school. No 31. Mt J, L, X.Uq.oas" Ua Ptas ,tea. .....*... ,, 1'weapr Yg.a .
r..... IneWtvntaU. 11.301 Unary tiny jash 901 Wet By Lay.,!J k :#

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1KS&1 I'" :. SPECIAL RATE TO BUFFALO. r ::B1:7BrN'ESa: O.A.RDB

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ttxrM Via Seaboard Air Line Account Ses- DR. DVERE: B. MPURI3,

sion of B. P. O. E.
Time Table in effect April 9.1905.Trains,8 .
The Seaboard DENTIST . .
Air Line has .
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Association as their official route from Eodera. ]Dally No. 4. fo. t. '! No. 1. f No. S 0..1>7

*,-U the Graud Lodge Session at Office over Phone 7 i a ,taco Exc't Deity\ n"uY'i !:ITATIO\ti. Dally. Dati". P1xo pi8nnday 1

;\ It is the desire to operate a e J i I 8un

):Iks' special train to leave J A. CARLISLE,

at A p. m. July 8ih, and Jacket ATTORNEY AT LAW r.v.MI... P MI.v: A MI Ar. P M Ar r M ArPJi

.8 a. m. July 9th. The train 7' 45 ,oJ 1:1: 1 . . .. . ..........F..lrl'l.ld.' .... . . ....... . 1 20 610 t i
,, tiars" the i r dining baggage car and And Solicitor in :Equity 70.'> 283 : . . . . ... ... Irvine_....... . ....... . 107 600Su a
WS6"4'tton 'coupon \ Pullman sleepers ) :2 045 . . . .1.. ... . !>ungar.an .. . . .. .. . .1 100 656 I
berm j and Gen 8 ti 255: . . . .... ..rt0uthaIds.. .... . . . . . .112 DS 6110 e
of. Real Conveyancing
pq'' the union, on '.ale without change erall'ractiee.11 Estate business: S 1\J 3 l 1 . . . .1........ Hloltman... ......... .. .. . .12: flO 54b t
the farmer were each to s v. t'l will be via Sea- Office next door promptlj Sun: R ll 310 . ..... ........I..8imoaton... . ...... . .I:.! 45 640 4< ,,
1 cotton acreage was last b r.,_ 1 .' paislng 'throughCamden office.attended to. GAINKSVILLK FLORIDA.to I S 3.1. 3 30 i . . . .\. . .. Mlcanopy .... .. ... .... .. ',1200 631)a '
ear 4r to write a pledge that it Savann bla, and l 340 . . . i. ... .. . . Tacoma . .......... .. .. 12O: :..OS
4.\ 3 45 1..1. . . . . Kirkwood..12 15 61tK \ qc
c uld''hot exceed
a given number utres Italbigh ; R. F7T P. to ,y..bln.t.on.anl.l FERDINAND BAYER flO a 5.S . .. . . .. . . Clyatt . .. .. ...... .12 10 610 )
thUjrear.( He adds: Penn. R. R. Washington to Buffalo 908 ; 4 16 . . .j.. . . . \'aoltbouta. . ... .... .. .12 to 465 t '
"t base had every coupon tabulated, Only seventy-five passengers are ATTORNEY AT LAW 915 440. .I., . . . . . . .Rocky Point. . . ... . .. ..1145 440

; } and the full report shows a reduction required to secure 'this special train QAIKKSVILLX:, FLORID 9 45 At' b 00 I'' . . .' ) \\ON"il\6.. . . l ... 12 1010Ar 80 sou1l 410 ,,1't
15Lv ) 1.,1 20
5 In cotton acreage of 301-3 cent 11 00L.I e t'l3\ r e
4t ( per service. 35 Ie 40 6 53 I . . . . .Bt>lIau.y. . .. . R M 9 .0 i80 '
i1; ;: T 9 fate cold, wet weather ham caused Round-trip. rates to Buffalo and return Can sell your city' property, (Improved 12 00 I e ti5 7 t b ......... Cyrl1. . . . . A 40 990 1 50

r a, still -greater reduction In acreage; from Gainesville 3495.: and unimproved), phosphate, 12 20 7 03 \\,12 .I"......... . ...U raham.. . . . 882 e2 18C
then the web, or as some call it, the Passengers from Miami and Key trucking andyarming lands. Seed hima 12 40 7 ISAr. j 28 I 1. .Ntntpaon City . . 870 e 10 110 ;
I
"careless list of what offer for sale. 2142n. 9 50 &) Palatka. N. B. & b p 600 a. ,
a worm, is stripping the foliage West'will re-parchaie at Jacksonville you ,---- : :: : :: : I. . / . . : : : , . : . .F. . .60. . . :::::::
'iy off of thousands of acres-all over Through Pullman sleepers for Buffalo . .. . R 48 lo1 45 \ .lAke UUy, (It3. A F.. .' 1 04 P 7 42 ..... .. 4{

}+. it Texas, most of which will have to be will positively. leave Tampa at. 8 W.E.. BAKER. . .... .I' . 310 1\1..Ta.Uab."fIt. S. A. L. 148 P . . .. . ...... s $ ;
planted over even at the late date. July 8th. auJ' Jacksonville 9 a. . .. .. .ii'i4) 11 00 al..valdoeta t3. t3. a: F:4: flU P 6 to ... ... ,
wfy "At the present outlook, this year's p. m. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, . ...... aM.' 4 :1'I p"" .. . Macon O. 8. 11'. . . 11 R) a IS CO a ... ....
r .}r crop will not exceed 8.000,000 bales"fi m., July 8th for the Elks and their . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY . . . .I, 7 8' a' j 55 I'\i. .......Atlanta, C. of Ua....... 7 60 a gOO.... .. .,

i friends.car space Secure now.your FuHmTrwsleeping --.:.... Ar PMIAr, AMr, P HI I 1fT A 11 L. PM.. ..... 5


Municipal Centre!) of Saloon Tickets OP sale at rates named for GAINESVILLE, Alachua Co., FLJ. S and 4 do nut run between' Gainesville! and Falrfleld on Sunday. ,- t+ ,

Loa Angeles Cal.. June 16.-Initiative all trains July 6th glob and 10th, but Office In Ends} Block. l.. E. BARKER General 8un 'rint.>ndem.

4 petition will be placed in circulation in order to reach Buffalo for the openingsession J. F. MILL, A enl. JffikJFATKINS::!, General) Agent.Atlantic .

within the next ten days askingthe ask for sleeping car reservation aN, . ., .. --... ----.- +
council to adopt an ordinance on the Florida Elks' Special' JR. 1. H. ALDERMAN i: '.

'' granting to a "benevolent corporation"the A day in Washington sightseeingand '.. :-te; .. .. ..t LineVI '

monopoly of the saloon business in DENTIST.V \ ,
visiting the government buildingshas t t''
Los Angeles.- .So say the organizers been arranged.miLr.. : FOR ALL EARTH 1N

of the corporation which seeks to regulate Stfp-orersof tend gp, within final .. V ; VI. / *
} the liquor traffic of Los Angeles. nv"oa.. Go's Baak. O.IoesvnleDl ft\, }. :
JIb.
tickets has been )' \ nvl'OD' DtaIlOD'.OI'I' 1
limit on allvextended: .I vrUl
along the line that. bas made Gothera- i arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia o as t or akiP W es t Jsok'elOeaad.

burg famous. Subscription lists have Baltimore and Waihinxton.A "' 'II';., 1.01l.on.lll. f ae 1oI0".0.e"nRit ..Yh
h1 tbeen in circulation for the last week TISOfi
trip to New York can be taken inconveniently \GORDON B. and ULi red Service ,
and a goodly portion of the halt mil. '
on side-trip rates of 14. n '
lion"',dollars which will be needed to DENTIST.Office 1me Table ln erect Aprh 10, 1B06. 6
New York and
Philadelphia to return -
'apply the Guthemburg system has already Depart For \ jOAINESVILLE: Arrive From
t been subscribed. good six days. --1- .-=....- -' : :::: : -- "
:
NR( r The Florida delegation-will be personally 6ispm High tipnngs snd lntsr ---I NI80amtinily

Three' Killed; Sixty Wounded. conducted by James F. Taylor Miller Law Kiobsca-e I mediate Pointy Daily ;

traveling passenger agent of the Sea. GAI.l6. rti. 1
Budapest June 16.Three killed 12115pm OoalaLee.burg Tampa.aocS lt60pm
board. Tampa, Fla. \ I
and 60 wounded are the casualties resulting Daily Intermediate Points Dally
Frr sleeper reservations or other Information
from a fight between a bandof write S. C. Boylston, Jr., TilE WEST END, 2:00pm I'al.\k.. Jack nme.. 1.lIpm11all
trolling players and villagers at
Derekl hu. Hungary. The players passenger agent, or A. O. MaoDonell FINE WINS, LIQUORS A CIGARS I North East alld West Dally

promised'to'gtve an exhibition of can.nJbaU.m assistant general passenger agent, JOHN MKXZIKS. Prou "' lor.tl 12O pm 1J1b Iprings. IVayeross aa"aDnab. Brunswick, 811D pm

and a big crowd collected.,, Jacksonville Fla. s'. I Albany. \I.at., all 1'010Norh, East Dally
'UIV.. BsiMt.-.J ck ofjfeSj'la.- _. .. Dally.__. __ __ _...__ .- .tt' _-. ...
; tnt when the players did not give the f

lw: advertls'ed exhibition, the villagers became CASTOR I Faust beer,bottle and drLHp n't I 811 pm and Cites \ tlllarD i'
Rochelle 1I1eanuIIJ
threatening whereupon" one of fall to call on m. when*In IIP?4 me Dally I Daily

the players became realistic and bit apiece For Infanta and Cl* Idrea. -- ..-- ---- -- .. .. _.." -'.' .- . -.-. I "

from one of the spectator's wan. The Kind You Hare Always BoughtBears IF LOVE 1
YOUR
A general fight ensued YOU 8U ivn I [ high Springs 7U fly tifqex.Mlouday

-- ---- -- -- n. Sunday
/ thSignature : . ,,, __ .' _
Foundry Workers Go on Strike. of WIFE D.QN'TnOST : _-=- : : : = :';
Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18.ODO miles of among the principal o
New York June 16.-A strike Inaugurated railways In the Southern States, are on sale by' the principal agents.

by the International Broth- To !Mror! Away Crow. HER Through Pullman sleeper| Port Tampa to New York via Atlantis CoastLine ?
erbooc! of Foundry Employes, against J also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway,
I can give u mire preventive! ngnlnstcom
the New York and New Jersey Foun- the black I By compelllnjr her to bake the family For complete Information, flail on
pulling by rogues.
drymen association has extended rap bad tried all sorts of device and was bread !during the hot summer month J. A. GOODWIN Ticket Agent; QalnesvllU. t

: ,' idly.! There are 2.000 men out Address '
now when
rigging n scarecrow, a gawky Boy Brad from
your l>. STARK Trat. Pan Agl
FRANK UOYL8TON, DIs. Plan. AK'V. ,
here and in :New
" \ Jersey plants. Today came along Dud said "Tie ears of corn
ISM W. Bay si.. Astor linlldlng, Jeokslnvit.,11a. ,
2.000 brass workers will quit and 1.000 to tb'e tops of poles around your field, ..Keystone Bakery.. II, )t. EMKRHON.Traf. Mgr., W. J CRAIG U.n. I..... Agl., ?'
e more. Including the core makers, will and the crows won't stay nigtt It"I Wilmington N, O. Wilmington, N. O.

be out by the edd of the week.! It is said "They will eat the corn, and It's a saving of time! work and money ..__, .._ -_. .. .-. . . ---1 1
claimed every foundry In New Jersey you and they will both laugh at me." Fresh Dread Delivered Dally i O'

will be closed 'by the strikers I tried the plan bowevc-/ and sure To all part of the city. Also Cakes, SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
enough they looked at those pole and Pies and every other production of .E

Why 'the Quail Disappear. went away and stayed-away. I sup- the modern up.lo-date
bake shop. llffectlve May aft, 1905. '

? ,'Morocco Ind., June 16.-The Indiana that hose of It was tile Trojan on the warrior same principle who said as R. T. HCIIAFEK, I'rsprtUr 1,100.( .... .__" .- __ .-.__ 'O_._____T.___..._____.--_..- -._-._........_- -_.. --.

?'" game law has proved. ineffectual In .M moot fear the Greeks when offering hake!;. I'hoae 165.MathllshekPiallos. ,..Ub.i.. Trains East:: N.. u Xe. SO North. .. sad West ".- ':Me... 18

perpetuating the quail, and In this gifts.--E. I' Powell In Suburban Life ........ ... ------- '
)' the bird Is ,- -- -- - Lv Jseksonvllle. "So. Ky If lOA 1 Mp I Lv Jseksonv111.. rl. ,Mo. U,. T 45p
county practically extinct L" Jt'IUP ,No. kl II 46a JJ tOp L' J..up, (l.. ,tto. U,. IOSOpLv
while in the last four years prairie A Bl.cOne ......e-.. ....../...r. Savannah 14o. ky 12'Op' 1:1: lbs Ar )Macun tie 8o. R,. NtfsArColumbia

chickens have thrived. This fact of the malt helpful books to keep ,$u.Ry ISMp 80r.. ArAtlantala, ,ftQ. Ry. 6ArOharlou"
r r seems to bear out the claim of old upon your table ready to be consulted ..'0. Ky 1025p 965e Arltom..G.,. ,Ho. fly. 100a
}t hunters that the passing of the qua 11.I aa you read other book. Is a biographical Artireen.boru. ,No. fey Ilia 1261p At IaIon n.,, .So. U,. 6..
due more to the cold winters and a diction"".. Then when you come Ar Danritle" dH--.. It, 221" flOp Ar Chattsnoogs Icon .Mo. n,. to u.rJ'.e..JIJ .

lack of natural shelter, than to the to some historical character about VOTED FOR SrTEETHE AND PL 111.TT d It, 81tH.e 84p A.ArIA.la.ton.mn.lnn. O.Ky .Q..AO.b U. 6AJp 7 4oOf,
sportman's whom your knowledge Is a little faded. U, 4 a.. :,jlp
gun. It will require trot a moment to refresh or TONE romcBDCBADILJTT. A.'fD ArCharlott..villeo. Ky e IAN e lOp .. 1n.ianatt. O. 41g' 'uut fOp yl',
Ar Washingtun..8o. lty II Mra .9. WI' Ar Vllla.lEl. ill iIR Your 710a ?
Gun Bursts en B4I<<,..hlp. your memory and make have your right reading to Ar nal&hnor.. P. K. R. II W.. 1126p Lv (}'b.iiin.iil'C 0',, P. LID;; ""uP'Ar ",

t Gibraltar June 18.-Ourlng gun more IDtelllct.'oa a w. Ph'd.I"a P. R. it. I tap 2Ua Ar ()hl" J is l.la.. 71ow 1 ,
of these
practice on board the British first- the acquaintance should distinguished Ar N.w York I', n. It. 4 IS 61M I.. l)tn....... 0, r. H. U. $ tAp
and at
i\, class battle ship Magnificent, 'off Tetuan. men and women keep up It a... pteaa lot ku utlsc ........ Mand !. ... ArChIeatn. Ih .,Atom,p729. ;
with .
relations them.
: least friendly No. 3t-"New York and Florida c.
sans lesser taaa owr..eoa.lewes.d.fawe E 1Tntlajrr} n. d I.: 't up
a -Inch shell exploded. Klghteenpersona. for other than In gratitude Datll Pulimaa Urawing Room
no muMin
.MrtaJ8.. ae mess artl.tu.workawsalp Ar Toledo 0 .0. II. A I). 6 ". '
't Including four officers were for what they haTe done'to make your ..asseeNtes.Cp sleeping Car Port Tampa aDd Jeesaon
: Ar:.)>.troir, M/.h./! . .P. if. 7 96a ,
...\\I.!;. wounded 11 of them rlou; .(,. The life pleasant-BC NUfcotaa. w ante a sewy ylll. Jo New York. ud Florida t.n"e'uarL. 6, F C7n..'iSipUmIIed.
... Ko. -"Waehlutltft
.a aa4 CsrBold
omars are among the seriously' Ar '.. I. L .
, .c....... ..tea*&. '" Daily 1..IIu Irewing Piit.bnras --D.J
; wounded. Tn. explosion was due to Jsek.onvfle 10 r-rn.eln..aiT"lf.; aTljil'our Y&r t
Tbe fountain of content must springup dam Bleeping Car '
;1- added la the breech. Tbs abelfc New York. AI VI.t.lalWlt n, li's. Your .46a
in tbe mind and he who has so tittle by as eontlnoooaly (orIfERTIlRTYTWt -
\ t.>or sled outside the gun. knowledge of batman nature as to L9 Lerl..t.ua. J(y 1I : raj. T i.$P +
t"" Through ''Th. ...... tk. Nk," ,.. so At '.eole."", Ky ,Ht.J. Rf, a tap sA
; by changing
eeek happlneee anything ft,. lAoS.. $fo 8n. M,. 1'1'1.Ly .
TII. ..._.. ._ w.... YBRS s
but bin own dUpocltloo will waits his JackIODYlII-., ,No Ry 7fi6p ..
,tt; on.C.. storm wave Is thirty Ala .Ho. Hr. . .
life In ,fnUU HM effort and multiplytbe ".vaaaab Gs .Ho.Ie, 1'llte ArI
". DIlusiathr AL, rRn., R'. 11a
to belgnt. The blgbest storm waves em.
e*r'' feet griefs whirls he purpose" to rmove. .> without .lac1. teflor If top IL9" $.L' ,fin ..7 s 00a A I M.pp..T T... Vrr..o lOOp +
ever measured were between fortyfourand .-Jol>t>.on.. want a piano for a ltf.Un.*> ... X. 0, ,110. ley 1"10 A.. lea..... ....., !rl..Slip 4 ,
forty-eight feet blgb. Tbe glgaattc Ml'Tiee toy theMathuA Ar Not Iprlo.! N. C .Ro. H, l7p ... l i
ftII fore of storm waves .. shown by the KWIOUIU..1'un, lto. sty b tJsp II i.. .
A' tl't
Cured of BHa>fa DI......
ha
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r(11 -= :tact that at Bkerryvore ugbtb.u... off \ : hek t ALosl.rills,, .$o. My alba ifu. t a ;; ,
\f" tb* west coast of HootJaod. a mass of Oeo. A. Shermaa. Usboa Bed. itilit.Lawrence < At 8Ir Loateo- 80. It, 4$4p 110 Ja- 'TIM t"aoltda Ll..Il54.. rAr
Y''.,1 .'rxk weighing Br, and a half tear wasooc eooaty 1'. T., writes **I r>...s a* sew ae Is s iinsaasal west ......,. Claseaatl' ., ,Q* "I O. .1&. I.UU4 ..."bo" Info. througta' ,
dteeaee for ant OMS>_ea .*I1 sews. .*..e. M Lap e"trial. dry sneak.. ass Pallsnta III..,... t
!I. burled to betgbt of e.veatytwofret had kidney assay years
a
: W* ,.. rreA.5.. .,.. '.. f-Drlty Paharra Drawiag. 0.,..".......11.. 10 01.1.1.. 1
:iI' above U e pea level, wbil* a iaa*<. had been treated by phyalelaas. for lev ...... WOAT' ; ... Doom sad B.rr., I1l.eplsg Oar be..... ... l1-I'.U.a. Drswlalt' Aaas T a
1 weighing thirteen and a half torn .wstora twelve, years bad ..b1t. well ka.wkkiaey Jacksonville and CCoeUaatl.Eieellent Meepi** Car between Ja.fe....flto.fUrmfsgaam .
;, from a cKff.*,..,.t.foor feet tighvTtoe ...sSe''.. sad other ,..." .. : - -.- - -- / Wemphto Kaaca City

..ro Gt .... that were recofnmes)4ed bet not BO relief Luddeo & Bates Dialeff for $.n.... sad Colorado Spf lag*.. a:

saw 1 Ugsa stag ,,0&.,'.CUaeyCore. -- ''
[ iIt fc easy tas the world t. life after Align AT JACKMONVILLK.Vew .

.\I?' the worMT* efrinhMj tt *. easy la oH- The first half boUle ,*listed born York, Washift.at .t..-K0. 7 to VYashiagtoa sap florid Utlll.It4d .
'....s. .. D.. after low ewa. bat the.t'CMHf tai aad fear bottle haee cared alas of SRtJJn SSAVANNAH":, :' s Ian.. ..

1 aura to he who b .the mUUt *fffi. this terrible d.......... "fere I besu Hew York W.sa4agv ., .",-|f. U. ""MblB toii aao.,Tlarbl* E.. x
.Ute rowd ...,... with perfect eweH1 taking Fel ,.'. It...., Or. I had Us OA. areeeFrosa i" s>. am ,

y)J< aslas tbt 1Mrp.ndeac. of atitadaM' make wits abeet every 8Ueavt ...... JOHN 0. -USPHY! Mr.SAfTHEJI ,... a.-.d. &...'U.... ....-Wo. 21, ""........100 ... FJotf4. U..
", ; wad ,.... OJ.. m. ,
; br..k-d; day mt .sad.bstaa sigh.... sad. ama.tlar.e'yawed a s )..LpiJrD .. II" ,...aCkkags.CLaslaaal1.Atlsata..Mrlt..14."P1a.L4RII4.1tt. .. ..".

1'' !' : know''g .*manaer of .yaakiajr M I aUay .....aa... 1 belie** Iff W'lNIId' iTUITl.BitYYA1r".... Arb, -J. C. iXHK, PCatrtrt raaaeager Jgesit, 'M W. Bay lib. Jaafcwsnttto> na. e ;
t ... X had sot trlala F.lef'aIMt..7 < {
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: .. tt.< ) Cut/' J.W.M CUttaC.. '. J1A8 i. 5.tt.U.awtes.P.T.U. W'.I1.Tstrto..O.F.A. lseonX.aaswA.G..A. >.v
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8 jm .BAIfcY j a SPfti..; GAlNESyiiI.E. ,. EMEfBA.r JUNE 17, 1905

. .. ,. . ,
n- t ," ,f ', ,
W. .A/ Strickland1 ,of ;paradise- .was Ir Tfl l ("1iIr'"' Herbert Merry of :Mleanopy wa

NEWS ,OF G.t IY'AND': ,," J among''the,""yl.Uors' to thi city! ye.ter.I!.fCOUNTY tradintIn, "the.city yesterday. W I L'S'

day. \' t- made.1 B. F. MeCall, Jr.., formerly of this ., I ''il ,
CONDENSED ;t
w. T,Cbesnot of Arredondo : n1S5 nnOKTOn: but DOW located, at Citr .
eountfr ;
v
.
.' rtef'rtilti' .,to'. ; his lamity. In ';'this where he is.rxreneively engaged in tfce: -" i;!|.. 'I*,''('.*.
Ctir'// "
yesterday. naval: stores business, f. in the City \

.Matters of Gtneral 1 Interest, Gathered Vernon Chit y .i ha* ;returned. 'la! NOTIONS' having come on butineis. Friend are 'Our Big VaftiiS: 7 ;J

Our Morns at 'Hfcanopy after a'feW4asspent'wlttt .
by Reporters./ : i glad to see him .

relatlyelher4. AND Miss Lena Fomroy who has been a

PERSONAL_ AND ,SOCIAL, ITEMS 'While around Is.ln season see lier guestof' the family of Boo..Jobo A. in all
r : chant A Co. forseed. peas-Wblppoor- *NOYELTIES.Bnccener: Rosboroujth of Windsor for several

What Ha Happenedand: What.Is Qolrjto ,will B., Unknown Ifr itabker and of Wannee,mixed stock., one'olthe" .. weeks,. accompanied to this Mr. Boboroughand yesterday.Miss DRY .GOilS.,, : :: ;: t

a '' :teMES young son city
Happen fTold: I In Short Paragraphs settlers
: old and a eocee.sfuIfst'mersod
Pomroy expects to leave for Hendersonvllle 'II
So 'That'"H.. Who Runs May Read" cattle.raiser Is the'city bailness. Keeps Us Busy.. ''iir.,
; on .J.-A.. ...AMMONSOt N. C-,next: week., oil>

It, In: The Sun. .; ,
Old newspapers for sale at The, Son' 'W.: D Bfehey of Ocata; the:eleverrepmentatiie Gainesville;has purchased floe Iver- .<,!O" ..
'
office,..,,.tf. of the. Ondaby PackingCompany : 3ri"'i Johnsoa bicycle for his eooveotence.Mr'.Scsafer Big Asssrtitoafs1Enbreiflfories. .
,' wss ''the Brown House L. of Mleanopy a.of :
Ladle calling eirdstn, latest :styles'at :at those-'. 'Ihe : frequently has occasion to V
:" .bP"4 capital. ,
ifsterdor.s eoanty_ a !
Banomoe.. ; . attend lodge meetings and other business'
dais yesterday Laiic;
;
C'L..ii..; Arnow of'MIeanopy was in :W.;Afexandtf;; of Baltimore: I ,'representing ' ; In, the'eity In. the evening, when .
,,the city yesterday.. J, 8ehonemgn, the Pant King, "While groond la In Beacon see Merchant bf,'wheel will eome In handy :'* '* r !SJSWi'5'' ,
A
'Three"pound 4-Crown Butter for was,'la &he\'0 it, yesterday In, the'lnter- Co* for.'aDdmlsed teed pea.WbippoorWUIUaknown stock.W. : . Z. H. Manners,'the clever reprcsen sad .11.! 'WasSs( ;.,

91 at- the Cash Grocery.Blmonion's . ' eetsof. hi-trade, ', W* Stripling" ,tha clever- and efflelent tatt". of;the'' International Harvesting r ; r-f:'.

Wonderful Salve: for tale 'B., M" OhamberlainV" the gelnal, elever traveling. ,.representative' .of. 'the Machine Company of Chicago, who n.I"S' -.i:'."'
'by J. W. MeOollam A Co.J. agent ,of{.the'Gainesville" ' and Golf O. B..Van Deman Company, wholesale, make his headquarters to this eity, ., ,; .; ,

W, Grissome,'of' Bochelle'' was a railway", at.Taeoma, wie among the" vis grocers,Jacksonville 'departed yesterday left ,8.t4"'a'llor" ; points on the East ,
I.itor ,, 'I&on the He : : Coast;.where the Interest : V-j..\"rt
to. Gainesville. yesterday. to city yesterday.' brought for Ocala and other points, after'a he'goeVIn! of
ClareaoeCamp"of'' ; Ocala-was' among ills laugh with him ,,1.1,' o.h. merchants 'here. "In the Interest his flrm. Mr. Manners .Is an expert In

the.visitors to'thtl' .city yesterday.( Wanted-Ordersfor i : .Y'ctorTsikiog, of.hi. .firm. farm machinery, and ,lnamuh as he Mrs R. WiSsMU.
Machine : ,. Is handling) the. best on the bI'.rba in
'V.a"fln'h
Don't forget, to.volsi for Kirby Smith _" of,:New Orleans, repreientlog w "u
this line has trouble j _
sales
five doUan"o'p. delivered free.. Old no In making *
Chapter in the tree.library eootestf l King A Safnt, mannfactutere .
? .
record; exchanged. Friends F.IIKITUIR :
and machines Metropolitan of Chas/Carter T.
Conductor
of THDIIIS-.
: Henry Davit made' a,brief:'bat .Important Talking Machine Co.;, .Jack of flavoring: extracts, 'tomato,.catsup, .
the .r
3 Atlantic CoastLine will regret
to
sauce,..etc., has been at the Brown
visit to Rochelle ,..,erdaIOD1Ie' Fla.Reginald learn
>' Hoose for two three Mr.Pra that be mea with in accident at
8. H. McKInnon of 'MIKiononwt1 .a Foteb, who ha been ,attending or day; Kendriek Wednesday which will Inca. ( CO
( ther' Is well this. !
baslneos, ,,1.ltorl.o( thti icy yesterday. St. Leo College' hat returned having been 'knownJa traveling. here;territory for sometime paeltate him for a few day*. While
Miss Zetroucrof Boehelle to this I 'city and;expects: to remain hereuntil 'teplag'trom *r
Agnes<< wasyUltiig ; but it working this. lid*'(for the a ear Conductor Carter
9 relatives'in! ). ,e1IyyuterdayNice ; the opening'of" the school In the first time here and I Is en jolt l.a fine; had the misfortune. to sprain hie'ankle. rv

lirgere' ,of sweet,boron 10 fall.( )l1tgl a1c1'i "f.rleDd'-, glad to trade. lie came' to this: city Thursday night FULL' LINE 'OF'NEW ;;':f.:

cents' a .doien. at the Gash,Grocery welcome, blm.ga: and yesterday. morning, proceeded to '
today. "'W. 81aekiob'of Lake' View, one of .Among the prominent visitors to this hi.: home la Mle Dop'.here.h..ilI GOQDS.f J"; >]

Gas, A. Morton',of Eve was' among the leading' farmers ,of that Sebslon, cU'.Jeuerel., was Hon. J. A. Bosbor- be "Ja.ld pp" for medical) .' 'DtloD., __ ; \ .,

those who.psld. Gainesville' a visit yes' was trammeling/ bnlloei In thf.* city ouch villa of on,Windsor business who Mr.,'ame. ,Boeborough to Gsiaes- Joseph littel'. the clever landlord at Agents' tor... .:t v'1 (

terday. ) yesterday iMriJaekson'etaterthaI; ; a represented Alsohua eoanty at the session the Brown Hoose, who, takes. a great MoQuuients Tombstones -.
: .
New Wheeler'A Wilson sewlnjr' machine Hue.rain visited that;.section Tuesday of the Legislature just closed In a pride la his aquarium and menagerie, and Iron Fences., r .
ror ..Ie at a bargain., Apply. 'at and that the crops were' greatly ben sustained. a lots Wedneeday which will .
"- ' most competent and faithful See Our SampleS'
,
this office.;;, ,
) : ? fited.J. his be hard to replace, Dot his handsome .1>t
and his services are appreciated by ..
!iW.'B;Jolnr of Gampvllle was In the Md Tboma'the' clever and *neeesifdl conatitaen"lti4' a representative Mr. qnajafiee or: water pheasants having Personal attention t..sU.matterab .
city y.*terdsy and renewed his 'al 1.- traveling representative of theSchoflvl'd pasted to qasjarle heaven It there Is t ; t "
RosboroDgb; wa fair and lmp rtlal. this II.". Mall and,. telegraph ..rderir4' I
legltnoe: The Suds: .. Iron.Works': Maeon, Ga., : '' such a place.. ,It was a beautiful bird j
attended
Miss'Roberta Purse; 'a, -obarml promptlr to. : '.3
While ground it In season see Her who makes. his ''headquarter'In''. ,this K and was secured by Mr. Ettel at a mate 1.'o,\,
lady of Savannah has arrived In
chant .. Co for peWlilppoor- city, left yesterday for ,Bartow and young for a bird he has hal for several ' \
i;
will. Unknown and mixed stocks the city", and ,for the next' few days Gainesville, .v. '. Florida | }
other point. In Sooth Floridswhere' : month It came from the wilds of
.....,. .
will bQ the' of and Mr. "
Mr and Mrs.. John .T .'Chester have guest Colonel. .
hid goes In.the l Interest of his firm Golf Hammock sad was. secured at .
.N. Strobhar.t .t
J. Miss Purse bat ,111..d'bl.
removed from their home :
(former on Mr.. ,B. K.' Thrower Jr. of Gainesville great expense. a
street city on several previous oceaiions, '
West Mechanic to Booth Gainesville. 'THE CONT1NEMTA1CAFERESTAURAIIT.
left OoIa Wednesday a team. and ha* many frlendeJgere who are al. Mrs J. F. MaKinitry, jr.. has. received .. .;.. ; ,.
When a few mile from Ocala, near ways delighted' to greet her. Being telegraphic information that .. .,."
t
''To Rent-Nicely furnished room with Oak Lawn .the horses ran 'away and her hatband,' who.left'here Toexday : ; .t
posi.eMed'of XSw ,
board, to gentleman and 'wife, or two almost: charming hospitable j Tf.
smashed the vehicle. Mr. for Boston arrived fn New York
gentlemen Apply at 007 Alsohua av Throwerwas 'and'.lir.ieabl. disposition, she ; , '
enue. .. unhurt and returned to the city makes. a friend'of' every one she meets safely,, and ,It ;la natural, to. suppose 0 "'x'd" '

'N. A. Caution( of Beanlngton manager on the afternoon train.-Ocala Banner. and every one'who has known! her will that by this, time.he,has arrived. at his 1.. .

of the Spring Park stock farm was R. R, Tlton of Fannln a prominent be pleased to meet ber aaln., destination' Or. McKlnttry bat been ;" .

among the business visitors,' 'io this city merchant of that 'o.n. harrstnrned Indisposed for several weeks, and went

yesterday. to his home after a business. visit tothis North with the, hope that the change
city. Mr. Thou Is an exstudentand of climate might prove beneficial tot

,low We shoe are selling for $ tb.'d Btaey-Adamc the 15 shoes for$9 graduate of East Florida Seminaryand ftEWYORK lm>, Ha expects to be away for about it,

..110. at Ohln,'.. Children's shoes naturally I I.. very desirous I of the a'month. Friends hope that he will

at actual eoet.' d3t. Seminary winning In the State University . be greatly benefited by the change..

W. 8' Dortey and'"'family, who are on contest. Prole -3 H. Folks former principal

an extended visit. to the North are now Rev. T, J. Nixon pastor of K...- of the Gainesville. Graded and High ..'
visiting at the old home of the Done,. naugh Methodist Church, will preach RACKET. School) and the Archer school and whoa S

la LaRne county, K,. specially to the young people on Sun interested In farming In. this county flint eorner Souik of PoIIaomo.)... ft

W A, Adams ,or Rochelle, Junior day moralDg. He'requests all the parents and at Center Hill, was In the ely yes 0,.. ferlj ..* L.... trip .c..... /
member of the firm of Z"foun" Ad. of the congregation to help him '.rda,:;Prof. Fulka has a general farm 1".141,. ...e.. '

am, merchants, was a business, visitor la securing the attendance of the children &. at'' Kanapaha..,, among which is a nice _. -- '-
to Gainesville yes srdsy. at this ssrwiee. Coma and bring CHEAPEST' STORE ON EARTH. acreage of cantaloupes. He baa at Center .d.

Lost-Oa West Liberty street lady's the children with you. ra Hill a crop of" .watermelons\ whichhave Some Men LeaveAn
black silk umbrella with white so far shown Indications of a,floe
serge .l\hl. O. P. MeGrath ef Ocala and "
scroll border. Finder please return to II,..J. Terrell.. of Tampa have returned yield aDd will no doubt bring blmaoocln'unat Estate for the ,'I Widow. :.
Bun ofDse W. E. Browd.
or slace. the varieties are of the '

m 4 11. L. Hares of Hague, superintendent pleasant to their vllt respective to Mr*. J. homee N* Strobhar, aftera We have 'received ..,; He ha*already made a shipment To Invest and lose, or aa.a tempta;; lt;'');;J,>

of rON.'ID8.for the Hoop Broth In These and expects shortly hear'favorably tion to speculators. How much; j ,
this ladles mad.
era A Darlington Company,bard wood friends city.while .here who regretted many to a full line of from the commission merchant better to leave ber. ,:,)j'J.

Ocala was In the city yesterday, to whom .ha consigned his fruit. ).
see them leave, and who bop they
$500 or $$1,000, Year locons
Division Superintendent H. A. Fordof will decide to make a return visit at no A brick curbing le being laid at the ,'

the* Atlantic Cosec Line left yesterday distant day.ltem.mber. 1 Ice Cream Freezers intersection. of S, Seminary and N. for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years?' 4f;

for St. Peterabura; and other ,the Gainesville A Gulf Franklin streets, which Is destined to We '" "
will send .:
point In South Florida on omolal bust has round trip rates to ,White ,Springson keep the feet of pedestrians dry', and information showing yon some bow Interesting small an 'ji(\!

f.5 D.,. Sundays at only 91. ,,Train. leave the pedestrians comfortable and In a annual outlay will yield a perma ;,

4* Tomorrow will he Monday and you O.ln..m.al'.Ia.a.m.+ returning at Mason's Fruit 'Jars good humor The water... been accumulating seas yearly Income for anyone for "r.

should have a Twentieth Century ,a,Sao p. m., and affording a whole dayat at this corner after a rain whom yon tare to provide.W.LWLlftW.leMtMI.. ,l'f
,,*..., that fr....e the cream while this favorite resort. Cheaper than 'la a distressing ..d..p..,," and those
you are at ehorah -ao work required . l
; desiring' to eras the
bee then at Ualrd's. hiring a buu.a..d passengers. am en street were required .
'' abled to spend a day oa the. banks of to take a'round-about way. MDMIa1 A.*.t. Tae MUTTJ1L
In counting ballots (I. the library Jar Tops With this Ute Insurance Ce. ef Hew
Improvement lb. Terk.GAKE3T1LLE .
00..'..., merchants and others will remember the f.moua'otd $a.o.. river tf. water .mprompllJ' "
that each ballot from ----- be carried away tad the j j FLORIDA
clipped crossings' will be ..relieved which will t-t{#,
P The Bun counts far two voles Instead
READ THIS. be -
appreciated by those who have oeecslon -

of Wa.iH-A'one Remember this. })o once. 6 eon-tat guard, the dark. The work Is being S MITH'S
good oe... for Bute pr''",,, I also ,Dr. E. W...11&11. 8'.Loots Mo.-Dear casuallyuperiatended 'MOU-N'
by Mr. Abbott WELL
one good man eoolr, to lOOk for thirty Bird We have been selling your Texas who "
men, Add,..* R. W Holiday eaptala.CUra Woader, liall'a Great Discovery' for I: makes suggestions that an carried out \' f
Ma. B, F. MeOali Hammocks tad there .le
jr., man.a and an aesuraae* .that the"job"
two reeoeamend It ,
..,. year anyone will be All the old ,
satisfactory.GilXSSTlLLrs standards
offering with any ,kidney trouble and ....,
as <
A'The... .... ... '
v warm days suggest Ice . beta* the beat remedy we evereoVd. the choicest of the new ones i
If OG'UN Bine Ribbon lemon
orttattiHel Tours tasty, J, R. Yot'"" rATOKJTERESORT. as issued. 1 .
: axtraat ta. flavor will be per. ; ,

'tkAsk'your' grocer Blue Ribbon A TEXAS WONDER. Lap nM6SjHosqolto ; ,Ask to see them, as they ,'
Jwaai a4 Y .UIa. Take*less flavors W
f ; cannot be displayed
perfect!*. On* *mAll bottle of the,Texa Wotr- to advantage -, .%.li
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in
'' der. liall'a Great Diacvery, urea all a case. %i
; Z1oIN.roy.rat.ltag: repreeealaMra and bladder ........ I Ctiqpies r n
Orr' kidaey nmota Alachua Pool Parlors
af....Jr. K. Shoe Company. Fin
,. .I&M.... aemlaal ... Fadeless
we*> ttM blip yeat.M$1.' the is.rtetviN
gstauwea Fotografs
> 'taas '...ka ... *
inc.: Mr. to effete rooacrwy
I* Mi. moat popular.and most auoeeesfot useof tiara and all InvgalaHttea .t Ua' kidneys and'c all Seasonable Goods. C iliirea. Praprtetar.Lasatsd'La Froaa Locket to Life Siae. :%t?

aba. .MktMaaa (a_taa State.TtM sad bladder la feat* aria a sadwosaestege.lttsa'btaddM'ttembl Ia SMITH'S STUDIO. <, ;

......N.....:bay on the Dale elaUd,.:". If a4 sold.. year dracgtet.wUlbeaentbyasalleai . .- --"---------- :: ,' ;

home,y'; Bast':'Main street H..sad in a re.tp of |1. ST. ":
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short tteiIxt; a**'
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