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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 24, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID00636
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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L I, N0. 118 GAINESVILLE., FLORIDA, SATURDAY JUNE 24, lU05----------- TEN CENTS A WEEK
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:!!' was' known that a number of Injured FATAL EXPLOSION OF TRAGEDY IN ALABAMA TOWN. I. COUNTRIES ENGAGEDIN r
NINETEEN KILLED ; were helpless in the wreck: but thoughthe --
Man Is Shot and Killed by Postmaster ,
work was'done with frantic: haste k kN
'r ,ths. flames gradually drove the rescuers BOILERMen of .Dothan, Ala. i iDothan. SELECTING MEN
TWENTY INJUREDTerrible were driven away',from the blaz SAW MILL Ala., June .J.-H.l\.t'rt J. :

ing combination coach and the imprt.*- Barnes was shot and instantly kltU-d'

oned passengers' were Incinerated. by Byron Trammell.! Itarnes boarded .

: Wreck of Twentieth Despite their help the fire burned Hurled Into Eternity Without with Tramm lI. and as he entered I Who Will Represent Them In r
and the last black the door Trammell bred on him twice,
until after midnight "
':: Century Limited Train. and burned 'corpse was not recovered a Moment's. Wanting\ without speaking a word one ball ,l Peace Conference
the and the other' the left'
M M M entering eye
from the funeral pyre until 1 o'clock -!.
[CASHED INTO AN OPEN SWITCH While there Is no reason to know FOUR KILLED; SEVERAL. "INJURED arm. Barnes died Instantly. M. NELl DOFF MAY BE RELIEVED 4,'
Trammell! surnyidered himself to
) why' any one should tamper with the ---
; Train Was Running Seventy Miles an switch the officials do not believe the No Cause la Given of Cause of Awful the sheriff and will not make a statement It Is New Up to Japan to Say at to
G accident would have taken place with but was heard to rt.>ark Imme- a
Hour When Accident Occurred-Af. Calamity-List of ThoseKltlad, and: thatllarnes Whether There Shall Be a Cessationof
the
I dvrlately after shooting
the switch properly set and In post
tar. the Wreck, Debris Caught Fir. Injured-Explosion Occurred Near i had wrecked hU home. Hostilities In the Far East-Far

.Adding Horror to' Awful Scene. *. tlon.Mentor, the seen of the .wreck I is the the Town of Attala. Ala.'' Both men stood well here, Trammell Eastern News In Brief.
home of the widow of the late President having been api,olnteU poMmaster ot "
Cleveland 0., June 23.-While'' trav- James A. QarfVeld.< Mrs. Garfield Birmingham. Ala., June 43.: -A spa !>>than. over a year ago succeedingW. Hi. Petersburg June 24. -The lUrn

[, sling at the rata ot 75 miles an hour has I lived In Mentor for a number ur dILl U> the News from AttaU., says W. Mllllkln. and came here! from says It la authorised to say that Count
the famous Twentieth. Century LJrafted years. Her residence, however Is the big boiler in the SAW mill of r. Montgomery where" bt" had l\li\ nnofllce Casslui, the retiring Russian. uutt>4.SAdor .
about two miles west of where the Curtis Attala Lumber plant .,2 mK! in the collector of Internal rt>vetiue atV *lilngtou. will tt paitlcl
distance' train
the fastest lone- wreck occurred.A from that place: exploded: this m<)ru. department Barnes came hereabout i pate In the peace, netutlajlutm{ but IK

D., the world ran. through an open quantity of first-class mall wu ing, killing tour men aad vrouudlnn a year ago from CU'urgta. and will leave the United IMutfn InimfJI.

,Itch .t the little town ot Mentor. destroyed by the fire which consumedall two others. The dead are:, I has a brother in I.wi Mr. Howard, living artily on the arrival of Ituioa' iU nU>iCu.

it Cleveland; at 9:20 o'clock last except the two rear coaches. The James Watta.Will In Atlanta a married sister In Isle BiicCfHimir.Fiom .
Hos oa. Martin anti One In Bremen, GermanyHU Indcpt-nilcnt sources the A"*oclalfil -
ight. causing: one of the most terriI. mall largely: composed of through l
pouches from the west and destine GUll ClAlib. mother' I lit ales living lu a OrallA. Press confirms the statement of
of the Lake
wrecks In the history
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for eastern points. Marion MaiJox. lie was art unmarried l man, the: Ituts that Count CIA.alul will have
ore road. C. Smith vas:! fatally hurt ,and Uar n.. part j Ip the peace nvHolltitloim. lvirMlnUttr '

The engine was hurled Into the WILL RECEIVELL.D. DEGREE. ney Works seriously injured., NO COMMITMENT TRIAL. t'1111 mudorff Is 111111\)0.1111,
Itcb. A part of the train was crush- -- It (U unUr>>toovl his coudttlon I I. not

ed .on top of it, and the wreck wasartly Faculty of Witlama College Will Con. GYMNASTIC UNION MEETS. For the Persona Charged with Killing serloiu, but his pb'llclan.It called
t burned. The horrors of the far Same on President. Carter Children. in last uUht; aud ordered the uilnUter

(wreck were doubled in the horrors ute Wllllanutown Mass.. June 23-Pr t- Twenty-Ninth Annual Session Being VaMmla.!, (}a.. June 23.-No rommlt.ment not to U'uihis t IIt'droiu today 'l'bur,,*
fire. (ident R..lOlIevplth reached here Us: Held in Indianapolis.! trill I f->r J, o It.&wllnu"and tils U no IntImation however! that ibis twill

Nineteen people were killed and the I evening after a busy day at Worc. I Indianapolis, Ind.. June ::.-.The three burr charged| with the murder .jn-rUhly: delay the pondlnK
famous jtraln was demolished.The ter spent the night at the home ot 'twenty-ninth festival of, the NorthAmerican .of Fannlo and Wllllo Hell l| Carter was nrgntlutiuns The tiirtloii| of a lent jplrury
train was crowded practically I President Henry Hopkins of the \\'.'. I Uiimatitc\ union, which hits: h..l
tail was accommodations being taken Hams college which InstltuAw today gathered on the state fair gruuud. feared that a lynching might result. to I't'lotI'Hl1 Japan lu the meantime
{when It left this city. It was be. will confer utipou the president the over U.OUi German-American uiltMe When the Hliuiitlon was explained to the clianeellories of Ht, Petersburg rN

hind time, and ithe greatest of sped somewhat unusual degree of LL.D. from twenty-cine states in this coun ItaMlltigt\ |promptly[ acid 1 !lu- would\ and ToUlo are nccupUd with the selection -

{was. being made to make 'up the lost:! The morning was cloudy but there try. ivpresentliig 175. turnverelns and waste a i pre'limInary li*>uriiR! of the plrnlpotftttlatl A* flf

(time. Among the dead ,are: was a promise of a fair day. The townis a picked team from Germany. repre- John It Cooper( a well known crlmInal plated In then itUpntchrs last night.
Thomas R.: Morgan of the Wellman tilled with visitors. The president. : ilf'ntlng 800,00)( >) members of the Gcar lawyer of :\llIc'on. who has participated I It can now be regarded as settled that

[ Beaver. Morgan & Co. of Cleveland. who was greatly refreshed by a >:tnltrht' tuan-Autericttu Uyranatlc ..w. clatlon In porno of the l rHt miirtl > they will Dumber tine on cacti .1<1...

0..__wae burned: to death.A. rent, raced a day of activity,: J began Its work hero alter thir foriua -r eases !In the mmth has bn m- An Important consideration requiring
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Bennett, patient attorney, New which according to arrangement: opening' of list night. ploy"i! by Haw lings In defend him and adjustment U the desire of each !

York. called not only for his participation! At the state fair grounds the athletes his three puns :Mr Cooper' U now In countr,-to appoint gotiators of equal
A. C. Rogers, New York city.N. in the commencement exercises, but : tuintd out of their tents to the Valto.ta Kiting o\rr the run with the rank and this Increase the probably

Walters, baggag nlan, of Hamt the delivery of an address. to the 11"0' sound of the rvveill at 6 o'clock and father mind suns and Is preparing his ICy that M Wlttv. president of tbltt'onulliulou

t burg. N. Y. I pie of Wltllamstown early depart. after a hearty breakfast were, escorted d.>f>ii! ". .ludKo M1tc-htl1. who washer of ministers, may be ono
Allen Tyler, of Colin wood, 0., engineer I ure of his return Washington with to the German house to take part yesterday I has: the third Mini* of the llu* tsn plrnlputrnllarles If

,. speeches to be made at North Adams In the festival parade lu wltn'-a day In July ss the day for the tearing Japan names the Marquis Ho prwsldebt w. ,i
H. II. Wright traveling man and PltUfleld and possibly other which great crowds haJ gathered In thi nip.-1-lor court having 1'1&11"1| of |the Japan H... council. It Is "

I. C. Beckwlth. New York. places as his train passed through. along the downtown streets a "p.*rUI It i IK for the UrjlO"tJ. Th Ilu..llIl. that M. NflUloff' liiualan am.bsmador .

Wireman Graham, of Col in wood. O The parade'! war a gorgeous prta jurors have: I been drawn and will| blP at Paris will not go to Washington
J. H Gibson. New York. SHE GOES WITH PEARY. cle, for which thu com mIlt.>.> had been subpoenaed In a few days. As dUll of I Hie Ku*lan ill-'

--. Williams, drat name and address. -- preparing for several niuntlis. I I II ploniallo corps hw was the first cholo
(vnknowu. Pli/cky Maine School Teacher Will As Sungday Baseball. of the forrlgn noise, JIlt( h* U of wd-

Five bodies not yet hleDU cJ. slst to Find North Pole. Killed by Cigarettes. Jacksonville\ .. June 2:1.w.r.. .ane..d sup nod tils health Is not i t

The injured: Norway Me.. June 23-Love for aj -Melrose )1....., Juno 23,-Aflei rant was Issued by Jiutjcw of the robust, Ifs.lUv., M, NellUutf U an .*-
At Cleveland General hospital; F. J, venture and a desire to be the firs) smoking five boxes of cigarettes froui Peace! Karris! for the arrest of William \ 'NdI1l11 bad sailor and It U stilt an

[Orandt 35 years old/Toledo, trainman. woman to reach the north pole has 12 o'clock midnight to 4 a. ui., while C West, prosldiut of the Jack. Open question whether. b* may not task

(Aaron Gorhara. Norwalk. 0., fireman caused Miss Mamie Bales to abandon canoeing with a party of friend Is 'J09\1I.\ Amusement company Owner.. lo l>.. roller rd of his mission In

{James Hartley Akron 0., traveling chool' teaching to '0, she says, wit a pond here, Phillip Wellrr. 23 yean of the Jscksonvlllo ba.,.tmll franchU such an cvict.' It Is considered certain -

ragtoeer. An unknown fatally burned. Lieutenant Commander Robert E old. of East Watertown. fell from a of the fcViuth Atlantic L.s+e gn", cbarg that Baron Rosen will be ap- ur
[Archibald Head. London England; an Teary In his quest for the north pole. .landing Into the water and died aud log him with violating the law prnblbHlog pointed .

I unknown seriously burned; C. Cordua, From the peak of the explorer' new denly from heart disease before his the Playing Of baseball l| oo Run -
]Brooklyn. N. Y. D. E. Arthur. Mllwaujfcee \ steamer will float an American lag .
companion could! pull him out. Weiler day The warrant .a' not .served City to Own" Tenement Mewses.Nrw .
Wls. presented! to Miss Babe by her pupil and a number of companions had today, but will be served| tomorrow
At Lakeside hospital: Charles II.Wellman at the little school at North Harp- been canoeing and bad arrived at the morning. (t Is naderatn that the war York. Juno 2X. -Ledlag labor.

[ of the Wellman\ geaver & well.Mra. I boat lading. All the party got out e*. rants was Issued at the lastlgatlan! or men have decided to aid In the movement

Morgan Co., of Cleveland unknown Pta,, and her daughter Marie, cept WeJIvr. who tripped and fell Into the franchise owners, who are aaaloualo for municipal tenement house '
[men crashed and burned; Allen Flier, 12 years old also will be passengers the water A boat oar was handed bate the law tested as to Its constltut started by Alexander' Law of III. Chris, t
t Aahtabula cut and bruised on the Roosevelt but they will return him to grasp but death was lastantaneous. tonality.Oraftere. 1Ia.a0'11111'111"" institute ..r.
of home when the steamer arrives the Law's scheme has received III10'
Missing: A. I. Johnson Col ley, at .
[sad Johnson, of Cleveland. point where relief supply stations am Net Wanted.Dlrmlagham. dorsement of th* Chutrh Association

:Toe barber and the porter of the to he established. Miss Babo says she Will Probe Army Scandal. Ala. Juno 13.: -What for the advancement of the Interests
ftpreildent.
ablnatloa car. will stick to the ship until the end. of Labor of which Bishop potter
London June 23.-Alter the -matter U known M the -antigran- ordinance
i Charle. Ob-yma,er, former
,Late reports gave the number of In- had been dls uar.d by (he cabinet *aa teased by the city rouaell of Mir.talagham. I '
red as 21, and of these IS are seri K. of H. Ended. president of the Central r..d.rat..1"DloD.
Meeting ti
sad la coaqw-nce of the widespreaddissaslafactloa sly. If not fatally hurt. Practicalaxil Atlanta June M.-The biennial convention said be would submit tbo munirlpal
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< at the sugv: slloa thai ao city offltlsl or employ of th. city .
J'". the Injured were burned and had (If the aupreas lodge of the the latestIgailoo of the Kouth Africa shall be lbtr...td. directly or 'Indirectly leo.m"nt house plan lo labor orgaaltatioas
be extricated from the bluing Knights! of Honor which had been la fur ea4rsm"" "I will
a army stories seams should t* In any contract for work to
ckag by rescue parties.A session at the convention hall of th* submitted te aIn committee of the b* done for th. city or fur the purcaa plate It before" we.t aide organUatlon ''

"' peculiarly dlstr* 4ing feature otHe piedmont hotel eight Days baa adjourned boos of commons, Preml l tMlfoar' today .. of any city sap,ll... A sever .. Otciall,, said ae.. "They are the
rescue work was that the injured after one of the HvHIeal m-"t# announced la the aou.. that the penalty I. provided for collations of oaea moat lat..t.d.

.. so crazed when they wHe take lags of the ...Ion. The padre! scbd government decided to aaeolnt a royal the ordlsance.Rive ..vN.w
oat of the wreckage that they ale of rst.s governing the Insuranr coitmtaslna fully to ln.. ..lr. Into ..... Country Hmee Are ".._e4.

yen reveal their own'tdentt- part of' the order was chaag.d and a. the scaadaL The h us., voted the late \ ? Improvement Ce..veMlei. York. JUB %I. ,fader the

',, ",the urgent appeal and enle doubt a,at tit ru of a...Mi.e.t, the step' speaker, >!r. Gully IZ',o" yearly 'wa U npM..Traa, June M/ Many del.egatei / gul. .t a telephone) Inspector, tw "'s"
S a' by oOelals aad othersansloMly sad level was substituted for the hit rettreiufnt. so as to enable aim frwin MIsMMirl Arkf,....e aadTeaa 9>ea are reported by the Americas to
"'ho'w. news Iron step system which had been .In aM ttlagly to maintain) Ue. title which ..... are la the city alt.m4log' bar* rubbed lb. ro'irJry how of arr
S''r wa awaited by families previously Isi addition to this the I the klag Intends to bestow oa hiss the avattoa of the St ..el. RJv.er *.l.eat oarporatloa lawyer, doingtostaesa
zs. Of the pseag n>. rate were ,aid.I The ... system Inpreveurat aratlua. Address. In few Y.," sad ftotoa.

y1- ; was finally gtvea to with go into effect la --pt.ID br. sad I New Orleans Benber Oeadt. .* were dllver4 by Called caU* '....o84. and other jewelry of th. Is-
.Inc wreck victims la the tae will iH. triad.aln..1! 'JJ.ooo, but of la.*ti.
supreme dictator noaeial as few Ort.... Jaae M.-Joep4i L.Hft'WIa. Session R W. Csrmaek of T.....-
natation might la that e4.c.:ar, glvlag lb. new rates tame time president of the Wo. aad WUIlam J. Some, of Vlaeoqrl.Cbagre atsKJ vala s, heirlooms' were *..
tsh.d. Vet even when. aad the of tired b. yta* talvee. A reward of
h soas tar"for. a copy Heir Orleans Stack **.*a.g*. director ..aiaa M It. PatlerxMi. of Ta
*d to some could act .1JcJt.circular will) b* mailed to everyitemiser t. a aaastor of beaks red other tMtltatkraa. ....*. sad Iloa, R. B Mscoo of Ar. '1-0' aa.. .bees offered for their cava1of
of Ue oror. tII,.. S
foal earthy, died today at aaaasa.Cksveaport. aB.
Moving the wreck was
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t was dark ore for w..tt rte,,,..... 1)0.10. Trust on TrUI.
Lda..Jei. UF-1 es(7.tw. pence -. white Me far rr, tiles of
.pt blulag wreck Halted Mate ..] Iowa. Jrn.413.-1t.tdsiig Chicago, Jna. 33. Many w1taaoa
sasmaxre. raaa
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steam iaj rd r'9r In t the ..TemaM.t. 7W *f the hI. wesondMS araat .l ofa. '.L. ..... X2-'T*. .... of taU ty M. Mu>ala..d her I laatilry array sot a* ...... seta
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'. 2" :": ,'" THE DAILY SUN GAINESViLLE, FLORIDA. JUNE 21. 1905 r

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; DIED : HIM Is Baby Today Franc Answer 'Germany' Note. I I e, i
FROM FRIGHT Berlin June S3.France'*answer to

Better, thank you. In fact, quite well. the German note on the Morocco Question iGGRED i WHEN OTHERSfAiuo' u

;OR HEART FMIUREThe'GDbibConpict' .Fat,round and full of life and mischief. has net yet reached the foreign 1056< Winnemae Avenue. ,
,: dim- office, but It Is expected that Ambas-
white with t
dotted
:.,! Pink and flesh, CHICAGO, Iix., Oct. 2S.: 1902.. + .
; pies. No cO.lih. no indigestion.All sador Bihouard will present It In tLe Wine Of Cardoi can always be relied -
} at McDonald' on account of course of the afternoon. The foreign upon to cur when everything else fail*.
,- office only knows the contents through It is a certain care for female disease in their
..y '. /, ...: Turpentine Campfol'oN'T press reports, and maintains complete worst forms. I suffered for years with nicer
ation. Intense pains in the womb and ovaries
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Is
situation
/" . <;; : silence concerning the as and dreadful headaches unfitted me for my
GET HIT BY ONE BULLET'Andrew'Booih I I I left by France's answer. The 1mjhesslon work. Finally grew so ill that I had to keep: .
"', ,'.' -'. made here Is that the answer to my bed. The pains were so intense at time
"' .): .'* ; does not promote an understanding as to cause spasms and a disagreeable discharge
; Supposed to be Shot between France and Germany, drained my life forces. In my extremity after all else
administered mother whose love had failed, I tried Wine Of Cardni. After using it for f
::While'' Trying to Escape Was NotHitVnd by, a but the foreign office here does not r,1
with two weeks I began to improve so rapidly that I felt en-
'., ,': Evidently Died from Fright. was tempered OZOMULSION common sense. is abandon the !hole) of an adjustment of rouraged to keep up the treatment which I did for eigbtl'eD -
Coroner'Say Unknown Cause. She knows that the difference In a manner satisfactory weeka but at the end of that tfme I was cured. What s
] a fountain of energy for grown-ups, to Germany. relief was mine and 'ow new and beautiful life look to me when my
I .,.,..,,\,., When the news reached this city on too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes health was restor!u. Only those who have passed thropgh; such
: Thursday evening that Andrew Booth, plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble KIng of Denmark Seriously III. of eicknt-s M I nave will understand how mncb 1 value Wine of Card
indeed
It is
white convict had been shot at J. U.McDonald' folk it is the chief nourishcr at life's 11
, a .
Imperial Yach: Club. Kill, Germany a boon to C ___. ',
convict camp at Fairbanks feast It cures Consumption when June 23.-Emperor William received sick: women. j __ j A

1 'fir many were surprised and felt sorry for taken In time. All druggists sell it- a telegram last night an'ounclng that

the poor fellow, owing to the short 56 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us King Christian of Denmark. Is In a Secretary North Chicago Fmea v.....

time he bad to serve-three months. end youFree state of great weakness, which is giving
Every weak woman needs Wine of Ca.rdni.Y JIe at Cardni cure disordered .
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t' r But Friday morning the later developments terrain. Sample Bottle by Mall his entourage much concern. Reports and painful menstruation, periodical; headaches, falling: of the
showed quite a different from Wiesbaden a few days ago
womb and leucorrh a. It cures extreme cases of these troubles. It
t Write letter or postal toOOMUL810N
anon of the unrortunate affair. described the king a.a well enough to '
strengthens girls approaching womanhood, helps bring children to barren
'S It now transpires that as soon a* the CO. drive out and take part In small enter.
homes makes and childbirth easier prevents miscarriages and is
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pregnancy
guard fired and the man fell they supposed OS Pine Street, New York tainments.
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the bent medicine ever made for use during the change of life. Why permit
he dead mortally wound
was or ------ -- the good women in TOUT home to suffer another day? Every druggist
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ed and In a few minutes the men were Jerome Inveatlgatlng Equitable.New .
ALACHUA NEWS NOTES. has $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
at his side To the surprise of all, York. June 23.-District Attorney

when be was raised to his feet he was Meeting Closed-Matrimonial Notes Jerome of New York county, bas WINEosCDiMOver

seen to be alive. Hut as soon as they and Many Personal Items. entered Into an investigation of tbe
released their hold on the prisoner, Equitable Life Assurance Society trout
+- however, he sank to the ground and Alachua,-June 23R.. A. Tamer and ble and today telegraphed to State Superintendent
eipir'ed. Family hare returned from a visit to of Insurance Hendrlcks .

The matter was reported to the authorities WorthlnKton. asking him to forward at once official
4 In this olty Friday morning Miss Daisy Dell, after a delightfulvisit : copies of his report. The district attorney -

df : and ,Justice Colman conducted a coro to her parents at Trailer, returned would make no statement.. to
Friday. ,his intentions In the matter. I
ner's Inquest. After careful examination 19,000
of his person It was shown that Mrs. 8. O. Dell returned :Friday from VotesWere

r' there were no marks of a ballet or any a visit to her parents at Melrose. Train Dispatcher In Session.

i' other missile on his body Protracted services at the Baptist Denver June 23.--Tbe annual convention

After doe deliberation the coroner's church closed Wednesday night with of the train dispatchers' association -

Jury returned a verdict of death from even additions to the church. which Is In sewlon here has Cast During First Week ofMerchants'
i unknown causes. Rev Sanford has returned to Virginia reiterated! Its stand In favor of the

after atiiitlng In the service at "block system" for handling trains,

JOHN WALL'S RAILROAD. the Baptist church.H and the delegatea appear to favor

: N/ LeRoy and bride arrived Monday some legislative action to enforce the
Putnam County's Legislator Will Take I and are "at home" to their friend adoption of this system.. Library Contest

..
Up Railroading. I -- -- --- -
at the residence of the former's aunt
r The Palatka correspondent of The I Mr. F. E. Williams.E. I Cures Old Sorss.Westmoreland I

Jacksonville Times-Union has the fol E. Bell Is erecting\ a handsome I Kans., May 5, 1902. !

lowing Friday's paper regarding the residence on hi. place near W. O. Ballard snow Liniment Co. : Your
new railroad scheme of Representative niv s'. Snow Liniment cured an old sore on Clip out Coupon printed below and

Wall of Putnam, county j Dr. J. L. Cloud I I. having his residence the side of my chin that was. supposedto
{ "It may not be generally known that remodeled and It will be one of be a cancer. The sore was stubborn vote for contestant of your choice. SeeSUNDAY'S ;

? John P. Wall of Putnam Hall I I. now a the handsomest homes the city. and would not yield to treatment, until

full-fledged corporation! but such 'U ]Jr. J. H. Uayle, a young dentist I tried Snow Liniment, which did DAILY SUN for particulars.

the ease. J. J. Gates of Valdosta, W. woo has recently located here, stole a the work In short order. My sister,

E. Baker of Melrose and John P. Wall march on his friends last week, and )1.. Sophia J. O..on.II..n.. ville,

nave applied to the Governor for letter was married In Alabama, bringing his Muffin Co., I'a. has n for and mistrusts
patent incorporating the New bride here Friday night. They are that I It is a cancer. Piente' ..nd LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.

burg, Melrose A Hochelle Uallroad domiciled at the home of :Mr.: and Mrs. her a &).) bottle. Sold by W. M John.

Company The amount of the capital E.Strlngfellow.Mrs. son. ____.__ This coupon entitles the holder to two rotes that can be cast for

tockwlll be $16,000, to be divided into Julia Bryant is visiting in Venezuela Bondholders AGree. any Institution competing for the beautiful library, when properly

150> share of $101)) each. Mr. Wall, who Sparks, Ga. Londou June 23.-The holders orVt'nf'zuf'lan filled out, signed and returned to the ballot boxes in either the above
1 I. down for, vice-president takes 50 ::\ .. J" O. Scragg; who ha been. stores.
bonds have
unanimouslyratiAed
shares. The nature of the business visiting her sister; Mrs. J. C. Ethe. .-- .
the contract
signed June 7
I will be to build and operate railroads. ridge, left Wednesday. for Hp.rlu.O.. by the representatives of Venezuelaand Name of Institution. . . . . . , ',: .. ? " . . . . " ., . .
The dine' of road which U Is now pro. Dr and Mr. Smoke of Fort Ogdenare of the Dlsconto UesHlschaft '

posed to tutld, own and operate I. to visiting Mr. and Mrs. H A, Turner.A resenting- German bondholder rep and same of Voter . . . . . . . . . . .. .."; .
extend (rum Newburg Clay county, to family reunion of the Futch family the counsel I of the foreign bondholders THE DAILY SUN.

Koohelle Alaehua county, a distanceof was held at Santa Fe today, and representing the Ih-ltlsh bondholders

twenty.Hve mil.... Mr. Wall has quite crowd was present. for the settlement of tbe outstanding -1"
decided that his duties as railroad - -- --- - obligations of Venezuela. The . . - - .. ....
magnate will require all the time he Naval Store Firm Dissolved.The .
r contract provides for the Issue of 3 CLYDE LINE 'j
>; can afford to spare, from the farm, prosperous firm of Holder A per cctt bond to the amount of 332.

q hence his decision to retire from po Pope, naval stores operators at Ro- 049.925 Uollvars gold redeemable withIn .
y, litical' life. He perhaps thinks that ohelle, and well and favorably knownIn I 47 )ur..

Vice.Preside Wall of the N M. A this eectiufl. has dissolved partner i

"' It. It,., sounds better than Kepreietttalive ship, Mr. Holder retiring from the

Walt" firm The firm has a sufficient qusotlry CASTOR I
This ruled will run frcm Hoohelle on of raw material for some year .
the Atlantic Coast Line, to Newbvrry more of work and the business has For Infants and Children.Tbi .

on the (Ueorgl Houthrrn and Florida been very sueeetsful. but Mr. Holder Kind Yea Hare Always Bought

y Railway, aid will be hailed with joy has a place bur Dannellon on which )
by the people of :Melrose.Massachusetts he will begin operations He will also I Bear the8lgruttare
-- . tit
reside there. of
TRJ-: "w JLuEJ3KZ31.2rBRWKEN
Wedding.; I Mr. Pope !I- a thorough businessmanand . S.A.ILINGB :
i
The Hun Is in receipt of a letter from I wilt no doubt eonllnu to do a '- -- J9ckeonville .!
and
: New
IVoreesteriaea., announcing Ih.'mar.1 thriving business. )Ir. Holder has the ride ef a Wee Dies Suddenly. York
Calling' CHARLESTON S. C. both ,
rlage In that city of Miss Alice B. Met., : ""'....r' business qualifications to Roe km art, Ga.. Juae n.-Mr.. la- ways. t:

's calf, formerly of Hawthorn, this eoun make a success ot his new business ell, Randall [)a.at.,. aced 11. died The' Finest Steamship la the Cotitwiie Service ,

ty to Mr. Charles .'1.... and he has a hat of friends who wish hr. It yaa ono ef the saddest death '
The bride Is the daughter of William him abundant. proe .rlt". that has ever ecwrreel In Itoekmart. Clyde New England and Southern Lines : 1

c' B. Metcalf, who formerly lived at Haw. She bad beta married ealy a week, Direst 8uyiee..B.o JACKSO YILLE. BOSTON and ,
thorn, but Is now a resident of Worce. No Secret About It. aDd was taken seriously 111 only a few PROVIDENCE and AU Eastern Points. I

tar, where be has been in a hospital It Is no secret that for: cuts, barn, minute* after the ceremotxr wa per Calling at Charleston both ways.

with a lame back alaer. fever sores,sore eyes, bolls,etc., formed. Mr*. Daasley was a social SEMI-WEEKLY; S.A.ILXNGS t

The groom I. oonuected with the nothing I I. so effective as Baekleo's Ar favwrHe la klDart. . .

J s Brighton poetotllce, sob-tiatiun of nica 8 lve. "It didn't take long to ara&Sv:::::: ;;.;.;..ti, From Foot of.F"rolD Catherine IAwie'I''Vbrf., ,.B1oa, jC19de I&, .
,
i Boston, M mail carrier. II. I. a ear a bad acre I had, and It I.U O. X. A Bad Scare

brother of Fred Henry Fleet, who for sore eye*." write i). L. Gregory; of Some day you will get a bad scare,
It.\" married Mis Banish )".e.U. The Hope, Tex. 3ftc at all drug .'0..... when you feel a pain la joor boels, St. Johns River Line JftI
friends ot the family at Hawthorn and fear app. di.ltU.. safety ll... la I ec..n JACKUONVILLIC

joia The Ban la eooxraiulanont and /.Nelred .f Sirleus "... Dr. King'. New Life Pills, a sore cure, i Stopping, Palatka, .Aster, 6t. Francis and SANS OSD
IMf'ftIord
t wtrh the. newly wedded coop!" a happy Octant***. O*.. Jon J.3.-.*..... h**> for all bowel sad stomaea disease. Landing. 011 St. Johns River(DctLaad, and Iat.rmedjaa.

: IOiaN.t __ tag fa..4 charge* of eM14. murder. such! as headache, biliousae... eoetive-i Steamer "CITY r a
i t Paid His. FI".. .riMin r SU.rm a4 disorderly coa- Doss eta (Gaaraate. at all droj.Cists'i OF JACKSONVILLE" t 1l.
t'1 eisesrwsMlslls Uo geN .. *. J. W. .11" Try taem.Newepaper I* appointed sash a follow** taste J..ACXSO.ILLE 8aDcl. r"' :
Joe tMmoaona, jroavtoted of earn lag ** sad T1a.nd&71 l s90 p. ID, l.tQ.I..lny. ,.. T1Ie.t .
..Otosua. tHe ---- -- --- S..sFORD Moods !
t. eoaeoalod weapoae, and who was Ih.s i ada..days aDd ,.. 1 i! f
.ho ties Artist D.. I Friday, '510 a. m.w :
1 1100 and eo.te and la default of .
Ne 14'. J'eJ.1 the .rtr lIr.jif'ertof. "' .. York Jose XX->Ueary rnsttt6hare. : f $.CffEDUI x.,.... J I
meat a* Nat to oo Lean SJO . .. :
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Ui p.- .
tafant
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i amp brake away from the ....ksunt n *i the newspaper artist Ut dead : I rtftmsmBaOOata. S... .. . .Jaekeoavillck. .halk. . . .. ...Ant ye.J DI
t" and wet to th* prewUo of CharUe44y -.. i I- .it iifc U* heiK tm nat usa. lie wet nos. : : ..... . . . ...,,. .. ....Lh
Umber'maaofaotarer of ... tot baa U y**,.. aao t. LD Aacalee, Cai.llair t .... . .,. . ,' "_ .lI.-? Astor ... ..... .." aseeaSam. >
the Fran
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Usage Helhte, where he toll Mr --- --- -- --- ...--a n._....,......,....." ,"- a..rof'd. . . ...... (Ih--I: : .. ..... .. .. ._
Eddy ... was la troabl tad related& 10,00. ..... . "'-- -r oreS . . .... .... ..... 1.___
I Vigor., Ask your --T rpn...... ...... .. ... lOpeS
the fa.ta they were
as
ODEJUL P..M. AJlD OFPICL
neighbors about It. One wDl TtCXET w
As Mr. Kddy was (. seed 0I..1p..1 Its : BAT ft.,,JACit80

Simcoosis agr.*d to wok far him to I e r S **y. MIt renored color to my W.8.CXIOI"II.h F.N. fJt:& X1rIOJIQEJI..Ia........:A AeIL Go.&. tti.a 4tr 1- Raw --LI ha.era.ttia."' ,... I
r pay o. ite-IOX the lumber .....fw.1 tu'sr hair." Another **Checked Pwes., Mtn--.. .c. .. LOTa..J J ..r l w.", 'i..
Niger ease. u> Oils elty sad qared. a. 'my, t ajiim'.ar.". Aaoe ell. MA A.fH zww Asa. ..n.--u y at'i 0e4nLtA. ", .' <

.. the matter' "4 fdauaoM- ta w fm. ass.jjjjjjjjj-1 ,., - :<< ... N,., I of. 1JIU'al' ". t. :"", TJJ& .
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I The hug ale at (.. W. Hyde's double .'. .. .. .' .' ." ..". ' .'. ' .., '.., '.' ,' .. ., '. ,.....",' .:<
HaState -. ;; : "' ; ;; : ; : :': ; : :;; : ; : ; : ; ;: :::::; : ::: ; : ; "-
rY "are .I.or.. under the m ustf m .+ .
[ rleolt.1k 1'nth, i ill ft grist suceeI.. A large

"ed.a'o orderi7dtttorhl er"'da.* mnnrl.il shoot the front of
_" refe k\
l tn arrest E t'i tlif. more a* rarly as 7 :3o a. m wasting r1TjiASTORIA

= aud return him to the k Ithr opening: dopr. and a'l liny long AIn :
'. a"" i I a. Th44: or'Ivr f.- f-i-.. ..f ,. erk was unehli- waii

yrs itconditional/ pardon ic on .tie' er.'sd" many be in turned -." I. ,
L-T \ Children
lot For Infanta and
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A A mistake the in the ad .. .
in
' :A1"- *. on April 6. 1904< price! aJ"1 : .
+ led 1o ;r' Jii<"' \I ,;\. '
oked. and that he mot I ii ld. ni.*nt c-ixed. quite" a lo#. to >

to 'r,upon the service of the life HJd. It should have read :25; io/vn 'iCASIORl': The Kind( You Have

tAl lntpo..d .upon,him in the cirfrl I sheets at 41 cent. each but 'u prntrd' :

1:.: oo March 29. 1889. .21 e..nte, n d ffrenc of 20 cent aotj ., .
'
i receipt of the Governor'* order i But in order to sustain his reputation f' ,! 2.2': "'t. 't. Always Bought l

; Bennett, accompanied by Dep- for doing exactly a* he advertited. Mr.I r I AYcgctabk Preparation ror\5' .

!laden .went to Lawtey, where Tehch: was told by Mr. Hdto let simulating tocFoodandReduIatwg \.R

t a they look Alvarez into cuo- them go at 31 cole h. and they went thcStomachs andDovwIs of Bears theSignature .

,sodji He was brought to Starke at d The isle lasts ten day; with special a1

< lodged In jail and the State pnouiJhthorities feature from day to \1a,. _
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were at once notified. The -----------1 I'
rtfcraitlDK officer for the convict Stimulation Without Irritation & l .U. ,

amp arrived Sunday to take Al- In ease of stomach and liver troublethe ncsa and R t.Coutaiusneitr \ : ."
tares away, but in the meantime Long Dr. E. H. ArmstroRl1 proper treatment is to stimulate Opiun\. \> iK r>1i1\ at. of

these organ without Irratat n them IOT HARC OTIC. .
Fielding, attorneys for the
.young
sun. had instituted habeas corpus proeeedlcgs of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aid digestion ... ((7

1 which stayed the execution I I aud stimulates the liver and bow. Mq;..,tIJ 9".SAMZII'rTDII.RJ : +

i ,of the Oorernor' older. TOE LEAD1NU EYE'Nit NERVE eli without irritating these organ like : '

+ The Governor revoked Alvarez's par SPECIALIST OF FLORIIIi>> ,p fill or ordinary cathartic It doe sur..as......- i
: don" on a petition from citizens of Law- I II I I not nauseate or grip and i II milt) and I In

; t.7 who complained that he had of In making hill tour of the State. will pleasant to take J. W. McCollum A "' : rw..
.
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fended against the peace and Rood order honor GAINESVILLE with a yitit on Company.Get '
JUNE 80 to JULY 1, and can be seen m.i.r +wa''Anw:
of that community. The pardon at the BROWN HOU.The ':. Your Vote Ready Early. UseFor
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was granted on condition of good behavior I Ape t."ct R medY' forConstipa- ,
All the merchant who have ballot
and when the Governor was Doctor' specialties am thrEye* lionSuurStounathhinrrhuut .
notified that Alvarez wa not fulfilling and Nervous System! Headaches, Stomach boxes at their ptore for the library I Worms tonvtdwns.Fevrrtslt; .
Trouble aud the Straightening of content will please get them to The Over
his part of the obligation; be at onoe Cross Eyes without'drug or medicine ness and Loss OF SLE.I. r
Sun office a\* early a* possible, no they ..-
ordered him back into custody. AIarez' -
-" A few point vUitrd hy the Doctor, can be arranged for the paper on Sunday Facsueikt S.nalure.{; or
attorneys set up the contention with date Bronnnn. July 3 Cedar
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i hat the pardon cannot be revoked Key, July 4 : Otter Creek, July;6 ; XVillitnn morning There are so many con t2.4,* : Thirty Years

,without first giving him a hearing and July 6 ; Morriton July 7 ; Dan- testant that it will take some time to _____.Ir' bA1' YO11 K. '
I'aye carried the matter Into court on nellon July 8 to 9 ; Ocala, July 10 to get them all tabulated and we would .
11 ; B..ll view, July 12.: like to have them a* early at. convenient. s
,habeas corpus proceedings. The writ '
fa returnable June 30th before .
on -------- - -
tJudge Call of the Fourth circuit ARCHER NEWS. If the Baby is Cutting Teeth CASTO RIA.iYt'rt

Judge Will being disqualified on' account Bi sure and use that old and well- TCOPYO' 11'riAPCA.
Child Stricken With Paralysis-Business
of having represented Alvarez tried remedy' Mr. \Yin*low'. Soothing .
and Personal Items. ........ ......
when he wa on trial in 1899. It ""w suet see ate t..d

-Alvarez will remain here until he Is Archer June .-Miss Leila Bauk- soothes; Syrup: the for child children soften teething the eunu, '-' :;.:.:-.... .. ,;..;.. :' ": r- .. ,- . '; _, .-.r, .... ; '. ; A

carried before Judge Call on the 30th.It night U visiting; her sister, Miss Tucker allay all pain cure wind colic and I is }

is believed that this I* the first Instance I at Live Oak.A the beat remedy for diarrhoea. Tvren- _.
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in which the right of the pardoning fishing; party composed of Dr. ty-flve: cent. a bottle, -
board to revoke at will a 'conditional Waddell Sam. :Fleming and John

pardon has been called into Qhamblin, went to Levy Lake on Low Rates to White Springs.;

question{ and the case will no doubt attract Thursday and had a fine time and Spend a whllt'.at'hlte, Spring", the M

a great deal of attention. caught plenty of fish leading health resort of the State. OQ Fay-Sholes 7 7A

,Alvarez shot and killed Sam Milliard The seven-year-old chili of Mr. and the far-famed Suwannee river. The

in 1894. After: the shooting he escaped 1\In. J. E Videon I is suffering from a Gainesville and Gulf offer the following .

and was not apprehended until five stroke of paralysis! but i I. reported low round-trtp rate from Giiuet- + (

years later when he wa arrested in somewhat improved at this writing yule : Sunday only U ; ticket good JLriLt Typewriter

South Carolina and brought; bask; here Mrs. Marion Smith i I. back from Atlanta going Saturday and rt'turnlnRlondaJ.: ,

for trial. At the uprlug term of the where she hal been lilting her I2CO; ticket good for fifteen day,

coon in 189 he wan convicted of, mur- daughter.Mr. $3. Double dally service. For further r 1CKNOYLKIM1K1): :

der in the second degree; and sentencedto and Mrs. W. L. Jackson and Mi. particular Inquire of ticket gutr Tilt: 1'IKNT' : .'

life imprisonment. lie had served Ida Cbamblin left on Monday for At I 1 )1.t'1Il Mos: 11IK: MARKET
five year and nlue days when he. was lanta. Mr. and Mr*. Jackson will

released on a conditional pardon April have charge the household of her ll11a14r

4, 1904.-Bradford County Telegraph. son, Fleming Wlnecoff who with his Life UnlVrRSAl nnOOARD I I:1:;

-...-- wife and children will go; to Europe to aBurden .
A Thousand Dollars' Worth of Good. spend several month Mi. Ida Cham-

"I have been afflicted with kidney bUn will spend a while in Atlanta and
lightest ShUt J Lightest!, Running I The
and bladder trouble for years, passing then go to Woodruff S. O., her old
gravel 'or stones with ezcrnciatiag biome where she will spend the balance Champion Speed Writers of the World
There are times when life
pain" says A. U. Thurnes a well of the summer Use the Fay-Shole.. More Fay-Sholes In
seems a burden-when are
you
known eoal operator of Buffalo O. 'Icot Dr. McMillan of Montbrook pent tired have dull ue In (Jnln# vtJU than any other machine.
the Sabbath with his family here. worn-out pains
na relief from medicine until I began
in the head and a .continual
taking Foley's Kidney Cure ; then Dr. Andru, the popular druggist; ,
of uneasiness. You
th. result was surprising. A few doses left on Tuesday for Newark N. J., feeling For Sale by. . .
started the brlck- DI&.lik. substance :. where he will spend the summer with have no appetite, and your digestion -

and now I have no pain across my kidneys relatives. Mr. A. 8. Chambllo will is poor; your sleep THE SUN Gainesville Fla.
broken and
and I f.ellike a new man. It has have charge of the store daring his you get no rest. ,
Little seem great
-done me 91.000 worth of good." Foley's absence. ______________ mountains annoyances of trouble, and you ptk
,Kidney Cure will care every form of of FamineI. ._
Dying; are blue, melancholy and given -- -
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bladder disease. J. W. Mc- -- ----- -
kidney or ., f In (Its torments like dying of con over to gloomy forebodings.This .

Collom & Co. sumption. The progress of eontump means low vitality-exhausted IaiiCon! iaI

lion from the beginning to the very brain nerves., Gainesville & Gulf ,

The Cause of Many end. Is a long torture both to victim For this condition Dr. Miles'

and friends. "When I had consumption Restorative Nervine (is a specific Time Table In effe.t April 5. 190ft.
Sudden Deaths. la its Ant stage," writes Wm. Men , ; it is a food for the nerves.

There i* a disease prevailing in this of Cearfo*, Md.. "after trying different It builds up the nervous system
.country moat daugrrou.lweaase so deceplive. medlcloe and a good doctor, lo and restores lost energy.Try No. I. No S. ,
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No. t. fG. $. No.1. No. I Delhi
i death. Manysudden canned .,.10. I at last took Dr. King's N.. DL.- : it to-day and see if your Dally XZo't Daily Dally HTATIONH. Daily. Dell/. Its4 pt ,
are
I by it=heart disease cover, which quickly and perfectly sleep is not sound and refresh- Monday Hun.

,' pneumonia cured me." Prompt relief and tare ing, and the morrow brighterand

| heart failure or cure for cough, cold, sore throat more hopeful. I I I
% 4C:ryareoftenthe bronchitis ate. Positively prevent -*! a m clad to announr that 1 bare L. A idlLv P MIL" A K .tr. Pit Ar I' Jf, Ar I'lf
remit of kidney r.oovd cnr ..IUI. am far aa mf4vaned 7 46 la ,i. .. ....I ...........'a1rAe14.......... .......... 17x) 110
[ diea. If pneumonia. Guaranteed at all drag .. ... wall prmlt._ u.1 .. a'y 76 216 : ,. . . ... ... ..... .1"'.._.......... .......... 101 8/)1)) &
s kidney trouble la store Price 50a and SI a bottle. Trial r.nerve.' were Mr eMr all .b.was tt.r."d."-y I 6.d auf., MOO 24.6 .... .... .. .... ..Dun ervsn ....... ........ 10J booN
. ; allowed toad ranee: bottle free. tamed much a amt eoldn-* ran se )6 ,,2 M '.. . ...t....,. ... tta.id.... . ..?.... .. .12 M 640
thekidney-pninon- --. waalt an4 tat so .* *d blond will at- Is Now "Dry. .brt-krolu.- t>1-. MUM>n. *Wh.e flnnodl I.. 9011'.1Ina I was eomlEoPl I.1 10 . ...,. ......." JAlle: elmo.ton...r.. ..... ... 11 4 6 6 60
'bek the vital organ causing catarrh 01 Marcos Eadel, one of Ualaeiville's ), pfe.er.t.4.. I taro taken 8 30 380 ... ...1'.... ... If lnopJ' ........, ...... .. I I" lu a 80II
the bladder or the kidneys themselves ( N.rvln.' u..rt. Cure 'g III t a tn i j. .... .. .. ... .Taoo............... ... 12 7t) P. 7t, .
break down and waste away cell by cell.Bladder leading merchants, was a visitor to ....". sad U..r 3/8a Pins.. J:. C.54. AWLBT.tltoP7' 8 U I 46 .. ....., ........ KI'.oo4......... ...... 1:1: l 16 618N
troubles almost alwalsresult Siarke Wednesday a.d... ouupokeaIn Waterloo. Jn4.Of. 60 I I' M I....... .1 ..........01,.." ... ...... ...... 1 12 10 110fI 1ti.
,.from a derangement of the kUlney and commend lag the citizens of Bradford Mil*** Ner.l_ I. a.M ar y..ue OIl .16 .. ....W..... ........ ...w ... . .17 to 46&t ti.
a core la obtained oukkekt by a proper for having voted the eoealy .>i...ai 4b .*.. will euaraoum IHatr4 .. IM 16 4 w) ,...... ... ..... Pola....... ... ... II U 460
Vrttl .
of tlMkidoev will y It If It . tea .. ) 410II
If .
treatment feel- .AI I U) ..
you are In the la Alachua wlw revue. yew -sr. 9 J. .. .."'-..a.n.Ua......
campaign I I
. "dry. ' ,
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lax badly you can make no mistake by '' Mile Medical C Elkbart Ind 00 Lv a U LV'I' e ., ::JO ,,17.
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-" taking Dr. ilolC1''' Swamp>Ro K. the county two years ago Mr. Bade! waean x. II 11' 140 t II'" I .. ...... .U.1lsy.... ..... S aa INIS a
great kidney, liver and bld.le reinedr.K aeeoaiprooiUing sopporter of tee 00 I M i 11 f. .....-......Crr/1........ ... I 6fJ 1 j' Y) 110II
\; corrects inability to bold Mria awl "wet" side of tbe qaeettoo bat says --- --. -- -.- 20 1 Og jT 12 ._.......Orab..... .... 1 n n lie
: recaUior pain in _p: M>nc It, awl, over- be the &ADE.q'ILLE'1I FATOEJTCKLHOKT. 12 to 1 14Ar1 1. ... .......10 sly ..... s 7n i 9 10 110dD >>
>coo c. that onplea_nt ceMtyof being he would certainly M "dry" ....... 101t) ,..?....."., U.8. JP. 160 p/'OO/ s....... 4y
?,co rpelloi to go often tbroagb the day side were tae qaeetioa so bra It ted : ... ... _....,.. .,.. . ...... .. .. . .. ...... .
aad to get up many times thtrinir the again.-Bradford Telegraph. .. ....., 1 N 1 c1 I ...>tih.atly O..L .... 1 01 P f.142 ...... f+
I.might. The mild ad the extraoWiiiMYflet ...... .... . ': 110 p _T..y. .- .., fI.A.L..n 1 41 P!. .. .. ..... {
.;.* of Swamp Root to soon realiae.Lt Acwte RHewmatbxn. ...... (..611+\ 00 _Val4..aa, .fl. ii ,.. 4 10 p{ I 210 ...... v
It stand the highest for its -woaderfaln ...._ .1.186 e i' 710 P ...........,0. ... d 11._.. 11 10 1140e. .......
Mara: ol the moat di tre riog caw. Deep teariag or wrenealag pale. oe- Alachua Pool Parlors. .... 1 a4+ SI; aAtlanta.. C. et Os._ 110 .. .00 ....., "
"- Swamp-Root b plca aat to lake and i. raeloaed by getting wet ''''''P.ercrvcwbea Ar P M1Ar, A MiAr r L'f' A MilA r M ....,. +,
> aold br all drvgcuu In ftfty-erM sad '
as rat, or oa Bret moviag the: F
0 MsdoUar aid bottle Yms bar a -
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eaepi. bottle of this -tnfaJ sew d1.ss .. .lobs. tad la cold or damp weather, te c. Barra, rr.yr1H r. Train 1 sad 4 do sot ran btw..a U.la...iU. aad ,...rtS.i4 OD 841D4a,.

L'/ -rr and a boo.k that ten all sliest it. eared quietly by Ballard'e how LJal- I.. 1:. BARKER (l.sers/up.rlas..del./
boat mt free by mail. Addre.Dr.LU.9aer meat. Oeear OUeoa. Oibeoai City HL. J. P. MILL. Ages. L VTATKI5M.. O.a.raJ '.....

wvtda a: Co aocaUoa.. BtaKtMvto reading. N.thi*V.KUM.Whew.... writes- Peb. 1.. lBi MA. year ago I ,. --, , .... .. . )
jt front makesdmeakebaemo my was ,....bla4I'" a pals Is n>y back Lasted Us the Porter Block soota

I _ber tlM ttam. .a tp- It aoae Rot eo bed I eovld sot bead" side e? *re. Three retaliate aaba*..
,Dr. Kilmer Sw _- 'mt.and tbBMtgluuntoo. orer. 0. bottU of BelUrd'e Mow Good l..,.....sad props sad cosrt.ooeurvtn. Advertise THE SUN
N. Y.. oe nay si eat cared ..." &OW., W. K. n. public Is.sdJally' lulled

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r DANGER OF' GRAFT, lilrd( k...fr*. __Ie.ODe .

tth- ...,. of tbe most pathetM scenes y.. r

? uu" ,tinao, f'4dre, ai 1he college. com membervd from the experience of a ,t I.

meticenient at Oberlin\! Ohio, James B. Unhappy genius U. given among other KING OF ALL LINIMENT} !
In the "Life of ,
about Beethoven
t .....r.cI.b...post Office at GslaeitilTls4 bill, 'of New York, l Id referring to facts

....0000 ;1"" maltpmterill. . ,grafting laid that graft' Is the ad- Sir great Herbert composer Stanley- dellgl|Oakeley.ed In the. outdoor The CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN

I vanned stage of the erase for unearned .....,....aUTa. ,.
be at.aa0l/1 .u.slla1-s.MAL" o
world. He loved a tree, once .
H. MCCREARYltdltor: atid Publisher _. .
Primarily' Is not much C U R E OoareacT.a ..u..... ."
W. W. ASHLEY,Ajwoclate Editor. money. so, declared. with pardonable exaggeration _.T'Fa'. ...,.Iola'ra.0__ _...... ...........I.Ja.l.'Y.. r / S F
-----.---...,--_.--, -. the desire to get something for nothing '.better than a man." nu.......a==......./...,".._ Ali uw _Twre a MAlt 05 ....?., f : ,I Iit

JESSE J:.BUBTZ.; City Editor. or. rather U is not only the \desireto After be bad become stone deaf he

get, somethiogfoc: nothing but U. is visited the valley of Ilelllgpnutadt, near

LOUIS, 3. BRUMBY, Ueo'l TrsTeUng Agent an attempt to get' something for the Vienna where he had stayed In other

grafter In consideration of his parting and happier day*.

P. M.THKWm1. Supt. Componlor Room. with something'thit-does not 'belong "Here," he ald to the friend who ac- it I '

'. ': companied him, "I ootniK'Ked my 'Pas
La' MI1\I.
OFFICE: PORTER
BI.OCK" toral Symphony,* anal here the birds
W. Mala IUtect-S. TCLEFHOHX It a'wroDgigreat' than that of
aos 43-* :: hear
a
' '- composed: with me. Can you
I the Qoterf.I"wbo makes
merely
TaR DAILY Sex, published every morning ea- yellow bamlD'rT'"So. .
apt Monday i delivered by carrier In the city,or and pastesCounterfeit! coin. The ," wrote hU friend on the con ver- -

nailed to any part of the United State, poataffe grafter i t. a.man who rob the counterfellerwho nation late. "And in the symphony I -

free;for})a J'earl'2.50 .1 l* month; |i.j three makes: the coin. The grafter only remember the nightingale, quail

4 ,"viotithat or 90 cent for five weekwetrtctly' isautr.ncee }ben paise'stbe spurious coin to the and cuckoo." N

publla at Re: alae. The grafter is a lIe believed certain phrases to havebeen
meant for a direct imitation of
Reading notice in local column 10 centa a line I doobltt vlllsft
certain bird but Beethoven's method
forlr tiosertionaadscent.for each additional : The essential element of graft It a ,
S" toaertion. was a more poetic one. The birds had

{, k Rata for dUplay.. advertising" made known on breach of trail. Inspired him; they had "composed"withhim.
Graft is well nigh unlveral. Vie READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE"I
uj t application. But they bad done it by contributing
a{tm meet it In its various form every unconsciously l to the joyous; bar-
The Twlce.-week: Bun la fort however was mach afflicted with rheumatism write
an eight-pare where Itt. most common form mony of the scene.
Ed.C.Nad.Iowaville. 8edgwick Co.,Kansas,"going
column paper, pnblUhed every Monday tad is the Illicit use of power or au- Beethoven in answer to his friend's!! about crutches and deal of
Thursday, and contain,all, the new of the on suffering a great pain.
week, fond State and general!, and wilt be thority. The legislator who it loflu- suggestion toek the slate and wrote ,I was induced to try Bollard's Snow Liniment,which
upon' It a passage for the flute In the cured after nsing three 50c bottles. IT IS THIJ
mailed, portage free, to any part of the United enc n State or Canada for fi.ooa J'.r-io advance. his pocket rather than to his sense "Brook Scene." That was what the GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED;have'recommended -
yellow hammer bad Inspired blm to do. : it to a number of persona, all express)
of clvlo obligation practices a form-of themselves benefited it. I walk
AH dvertialng bill become due after*ant as being by now
fcppearanc*of advertisement,"ante otberwt.eMlpakt.d graft which is'dangerout to the com Th. "Beethlnsr Cave.*. without cratches, and am able to perform a great

In contract Partly not known to n* munity. The public Is awakened now In the western part of North Carolina deal of light labor on the /Harm."

f will be. required' to pay. for advertising in adAddrea to the danger of this man. We know in' the mountains known as the THREE SIZES: 25c SOc AND $1.00

ftDCe: *, TUB DAII/V foUN.OuJr.evlu. him ; we understand. him. Some day, Fork range, Is located the most remark-
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT
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I n Eta. I and none too soon, we shall refute to able cavern now known to exist. It Is .
_. ST. LOUIS. U. .S. A.
--- vote for him, and then he wjll) pall called the Breathing cave and Is certainly <

READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS. a moat wonderful natural curiosity -
away. ,
J Another form of graft U that of the ; 'During the summer months a
h4' People who take newspapers should current of air comes from it whichis
atA bank official, the officer In a financial SOLD AND<< RECOMMENDED BY _
alwayeglanceover advertisements, so strong) that a full grown man can-
id l Institution. who Is I influenced In the -w" :M., JOHNSON: Qai: .eav-ille.
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walk It :
at the business man of tcday, when he not against and In winter the ,
t of the funds of the institution by
use inrush fair Is equally "strong. At '
has bargains for the people, alwsri . .
any reason other than the good of the times a most unpleasant odor 1,* emitted -
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makes U known through; the columns '
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Institution. Such a man la dangerousto from the which U '' """
R local cave, supposedto
of the. piper, and frequently the
r the community-.. dangeroui' be from the carcasses of dead animals -
who reads the advertisement
{ person the. but do always which have been: sucked in and
political grafter- we not
4, a will learn of opportunities to buy that recognize him. Ills position is killed by coming In contact with the inner Ilf Are I

c' will save them many time the. pries of so high and his form of graft U so In. walls of the Inanimate, breathing You Insured. .

obserlptlon to th. paper. monster.. During the spring months,
lid loa. that itt existence. ofttimes it
Tf>.' advertiser will find no better when the change from Inhalation to

rl way to reach the people of Gainesville not suspected Until the explosion 1'e. exhalation takes place, the air is filled In a Company that II Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly)

than through The Dally Bun, while suiting from hit grafting has Injuredthe with pellets of hair, ,dry bones, small Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and lobe Company P"

those who desire the trade of Alaohua community and made the maa and claws, eta'which are supposed to come 1_ Pays Loses Promptly \

hit practice Do&otlou.-bot: too late. from creatures sucked Into this dry
county will find The T"lc.-a*Week ;
land maelstrom in times passed. Many
} Son the best medium through which to e'
RUSSIA'S LESSON. scientists have visited and revisited the You Are Assured
1 reach the entire population. of this seo- C' )
place. for the purpose of studying Its _
tlon of Florida ..
The fact that Raitia has to quickly I peculiarities, but atll U>. mystery remains _
ez If you have bargains for the people unexplained.An 0 That DO serious loss can overcome you without you have some 1
accepted the Intervention of President
I' Jet them know U through The Sun. 1 rdoe. ,
Roosevelt, cannot but help to modifythe I
"a ounce of a man's own wit la __
r views of her policy. Tnere I I. rea-
tl 'Give 'It to Oalneivlll..--Tampa Trl.bnc worth ji ton of other people's.-Sterne.

u .. ton to believe that, notwithstanding . ) Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance. {
the arrangement made several monthsago -- -- ---------- ,

by which correspondents la St. I YOUR HAT
A woman was arrested for writing. .
None but Reliable Companies Reprelented. C
Petersburg were given: the liberty "0. -
to th. President H.
poetry can now
transmit their messages freely, a good Mar B. a tyllafc. 0.., Hot It Make
as more clearly what the newspapers ... .. \
deal of Information of value to the
hare to *ndur.. usually buys hat that's "In 1
A mAn a A. 1V1. CUSH.l\lAN _
world hat been tuppreited. This cen-
.lyl.," but the modern hat lor men ha ,
-- ---- tor-hip has been by the ...o..tlon.I'Jouro.I. lute to nawr (or.BaldheaU .
r The abieneeof fesrof future punl.h- I Information cheerfully foml.hed. C
., rather than the Russian gov- AT* growing more numer- GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
v ''c' wens., both here and hereafter, leads cue every day. data make excellent
ernmeu't. Only sensational and highly for the
breeding rlao s parailtlc germs
grafter to deed he would I\/\I'ti/\I\I
many a on colored newt hat been tranttnilted. which ap the life from the root or the I\I\I\e'\O\
not otherwise commit. b tlr.
v Facts were not tent, which althoughmore \Vhen your hair beirtn to fall out and

far>r aohlng, would not bear the your scalp! 1 lit full of Dandruff it Is a PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
A San Francisco maniac killed him sure .I.-n! that these countless! germ are
sensational. headlines.

u self after h. had wounded nine others The more progressive element of the bushy ut In work.Thera but .one way to overcome the. Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.

with a revolver. Pity he didn't have Oxar't ministry i Is no longer looking trouble and kill the .rmthat way Into ,
more apply N wbro'. Herptctde to the
ien e and kill himself first
backward, but forward They are carrying ee-alp.-It will kill the germs and healthy
y'u ---- -v-- but.' hair !. sure to reault. EXPRESS PREPAID.
on the war, they are looking: nulk f DOd -Jugs FI'f'f'ot Prepald.Full .
'' Prttldsot Weit of the Jacksonville\ Odd by lendrnr druciMt. Rind ink In M..II. 4 e .. ,
beyond the war toward the work to be Q& Qta Q. 11 Q\S '
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atampa for arople to The Hcrplcldo Co., '1.50 Per Gallon:
i. league: team has been placed under ar- accomplished In peace. l>eu"n. )Ucb.J. IiunUee Club Ih. .......N S6 N 00 .700 Rrc. Ula. Cora Uuod grade.N .
>oob County R..... .. 1110 f t& f IiO seta Per Uamor ;
r rest for Sunday ball playing. This will If the liberal element in the ministry S. limllfurd C*.. Np+rial Areuta ""aon... Rr.: .......... ya7 50 b00 Rye 0111. COrti. Rllm. line quality. .

be made a test cats of the new Sunday maintains "the ateendeney, there it a -...-- --_. -------- .- Hanne'e"44" RJe........ I fro t 00 IlII I Rye,Gin. Corn' 60 Rllm.I'ltU.uOIl Nest: for: Lbe money.So.la1 .J.J

;' baseball law. prospect of great things for Ruttiadur Drops...,........, .1I I tllIO 1.00.. bttu Per Uaaon: 1 :
---- ------ Malt \Tblakef.' ......... I.... boo a to U' Rye I'eacb and A"pl. Ur.n41' :Mellow'
lag the coming twenty years The war ........... Pd br 1.11. "of 'j
The Orlando Evening Star. In Teach' Br.Dd' eta 100 a roo
i speak. with Japan hat her much that FOLEY'SHONEYANDTAR st 110 Per u.nO": ''
taught .
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A.le ar.Dd'. .... I T& 100 a 50 I Vlct"r1 1tye. social "
lac nf the location of the State UnU Drol. RJe. Medlotaa "
.he needed to know. Borne there are HoII.DdUID ....... .- ... ..1It) 4 7 X quallt"

lenity at Oalnetvillv. says that "there Indeed la Russia who will not learn the O.DII..Gin. ,.... ......... I n 100 a to LWP: ST. .oUJS BEER Per DoL "; !

could be no hotter location In the North ('fOllaa Cora I t'6 4 00 t10 lr.t.tatr , ... .... .... .. .. i.,
l lesson bitter though It b I but thereare Mountain c-a. .. .. ,., a rll I 00 110 Veen ... ...h B "
State for the University of Florida. J..Rulll. ......... b 110 4 .11'III !.d"aP.le.. .. -. ...... . .. ......... -
others, and If we mistake not,theyare .Uot'dJC"co.. . .... In bu0 Ataa1.M. .. . ......... ?..... 1110
, The almost to unit favor ellO Dan. .dak. . .... ... -OJ!
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papers a toe men who will now control the Ur. f..IId'. ........... I T& to 11110 -" i o0 .
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Ooburtrer.lml'On.e4. .........
? t, A that staunch. old town at the most course of events, who have learned the The erlglaaIUXATIVE King or Ke"' t 7. oQrboD I'IS 100 II so I 1..... AI.. &4I1U. ....... ..."......... .. ..... .I 00.. J'j.
suitable location."." A.aortm.at Allowed oa AU Goats 01 Same UUIDDCI'. Ssoat. ............. b M
.. lesson and will apply It,1 ow.v.r inoom Prtee. l"ne. br the bbL 011 appmosUon.w. "!fU."I.H
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patent for great thing the Czar may

t The first wreck on the Twentieth b.L It will not be strange If the development ..nuln.rouT'S HANNE BROS JACKSOSYILLE.. '
g AIUXH HT. ,. l
Limited ,
Century train between. New FLA.
of Russia In the :
nest
twenty '
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York and Chicago occurred at Men shall astonish the world HONEY and TAR to .. ..

year quite Yellow peekac*. Refuee embeUmtea.e ,.... M. 0. ...... President
y tor, Ohio .a few dsys ..\). Fle*r n person a* much a* the progress< of Japan ha. N. E.TATix, Cuhln'i

were killed and a darn or more In the put fifty.Llnetiteh.aye. Prepared. >nly by Oao. W. Elms VlaPreetdent Lea GEARAM, A.*,. Cashier. it;

Injured The train ran Into an PS.tey .. Oeweoany. Oselee.
open -. - - ---
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4 -_,_. Jap. Never mind I they will get
through all right without being
Dr. Joseph Y, Porter State health MEN AND WOMEN.caa O31 G..A.xN"Ea-v-rT."
checked. _____ r..sue q,.,..-!.... {: E.
officer, who has been In Jacksonville ,.,,.
1 --- -" '- -ere

this week, says that the health of the Bras or OHIO, CITY or T\umol.I ILrcAs r..w rrlw.._t .urlaau.w, .....w. -al..eau., ....... THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA CO
.w...a .. eel .....
COCJTTY. a luahr. -
I+E Stale ls reported fair and urge the > .... .. ...... ... i
: : : people keep up the most rigid anl* Frank J. Cheney make oath that h. a. .... .. ..._t '" 50,000 00

tary work. Every tilt, and villas I I. senior partner of the firm of F. J. M...ease..-I. taMa-.......-....

should follow his advl e and there will ".....ey A Co., doing b i.lne., la the C, se S sass-u.-......7L12pss5.e ..... Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 30,000 00oMe.IC.

y be no dancer of COPtagloat Ji....e.. oily of Toledo, county and Slate a for.. D.alv.tf a s.atlae Tq& w1\.III..at..a .. ear a..k liD a. ..... soaOM
aid and that said Arm will the ... --of
:v' lie says there la BO yellow fever nearer pay haMea.M.lea..rCerporrl4.a..N.. laMrepIsnowN
a.atats r.aR..a/; J'-'-v.-...
x Florida than the Isthmus of Panama. .am of ONE MUNDBBD DOLLAR asgppyT

..... '--'. .- -. for eaeh and ..*ry eas. of catarrh that PATENTS . -. H.E.T.....TLOB. Onthtor.ACdDBST .

Numerous ."CM.Dd other lottliu. Cannel h*> rurvU by the Me of Hall's --

Catarrh C Jre. FRANC J. CHESt-Y:
floes througaool the coo.a are
try nowending

vtlh oil OOIIUD. ** .D' addressee, la 8.o,ii 'U before me aad beeribed u.! U"" -== mLLD'BAD B. F. JORDAN ..A'.
tuy preeeae this / anaouneementaf ll)wilh a rautlon ... D. ,
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A. 18M ;aa'aa 1N ALL .OUNra$1 IH
i t not to pleas. before noon of such and (da U. A. W. OLKASOX ......... ...N.be .........-ante at..fae .., _I
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sock da'... Son of hem would Allan XOTI.T PTSUC.' ". THE OLDESTARB /
Hall's .. n....w bl b_ a I .MerlN taahuireif; -
and la Oatarra 0.,. U Ukea t.... .... rrMI INSURANCE
ordinary daily paper ""age, --M
natty and Mia ",..Ul" lb. blood s.P .a....... ta.ar braes Pays..awas. ..-- BEST C9MPAJRES
order tnat they may not interfere with, aa4 tntteo.* ..rfa... of tae .,,'.m. a e. .

our work, they are released a* soon U .od for teeUwonlate" ,free.K. .

.1. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, O.
GoldbT ail drt.cgtte. Tfte. GA-SNOW

Take Hall's Family Pill for coasti-
y."J.Irs," very f* Oubl.. ,1psttca. / PO TCa BLOCK! GAINESVILLE

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IIiowAa WITH A LOW RATES,' )I

SUFFERED FOR YEARS COMPLICATION Of FEMALE DISEASES > air. ,


pA T s or FLORIDA Occasions *

.., Robust Special : ,, ]
Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and '
VIASOUTHERN
':,Dritf JIapr"vgs From Various
Usefulness to Pe-ru-na.
Sections $ --
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MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS Read the Letters of Grateful Women -3-- TWO TRAINS PAU/V EAST.

- i.eaveJaekrenrllleDtlOa.mit- p. n, V
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Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers." Cured by Dr. S. B. Hartman's ? fl
$.'4i5: 1\allil1\.r", Md? and '"'turD.Ti"k. A
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the .,. nn ..alf July' 1.2,3. of. limited.. '
Free Advice. /
_ Busy Readers-Items of Interest to July 15. Can l I.. "U"ndfOd August
31, 1UO6. i top-ocera Hi Washington,
All Classes. Mt IF +
rtrys S '212.aO Aibury TUrk, N. J and return ',
1 Williston will coon! have a baseball Thousands of Testimonials Re- // t{37 ;} t;, ,s via. New York, with mnp-ovwr* at ,

,ground. ccixcd Year. :' Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia, ;
Every and New York. Tickets on sale June...
\rf Chaires is 'soon to have a telephone: y =fl+ tt, 80. July 1, :2. either via New .York A'
exchange. An Ideal Medicine. s/rfk/ 31 jj ,,. ; or direct limited July 10th Can b*' k'
]$ ixtendrd to August 31. 1P05.
A oegro'organization at Key,West LOUISE MATHKB, *.:.32.HO BuCfwlo, N. Y., and i return.

will try to boycott the street ears. MISS ... St.BurllujJton, +'r t # Tickets on sale July 8, 9,10, limited "

4.' The recent rains hare been of great Vt., Virc-Preaident Bureau of ; r \ ,. ,f21+Qir.t. '. \ ) July 15th. Krtentlon bj dxpolt to. l
August, 1005 Stop-o,..,. at Washy+
benefit to the pineapples in Dade and Exchange writes t I Inittnn.

<. Brevard counties. Your medicine Is an Ideal I ing and .
wonNII"'. medicine and by tar
""; The new mayor of Peniacola has the best I have known to re I4 q I IS.) .
';" commenced to chop off the heads of .'ONIloJIt health and strength.H IYE 'I TWO 1'IIAINo0 t; 81,Y West.

I;, some of the grafter I suffered for several years. 1 1.\1/1 iaekaontIlh.. .I-I: p. .., .13 P. na

,_, O. D. Abbott of New Smyrna,' who My back ached I had bearing t s u, r 4' H1=R 20.40 LmiUvllle. K,.. and return.TiulixU .

': has recently been admitted to the bar, down pains and frequent head. F't./ on .".at( July 1TO: :IW, 11 nil ted 1F
a'"I '
,. aches. August 10. 1 faith( /
,:' has opened a law office In Jacksonville.The .
would often wake from l i.r ;;; $ltt. ,. ,. ';. sanitary officers of Miami are sleep In such pain that I would s I Ticket on salt July 1. $,9. Iii, 19O.
; bound to keep that 'city healthy if suffer for bourn before my eyes < Y limited 15 days. Kilvntion: by deposit

cleanliness has anything to do with it. would close again. I dreadedthe .. rt w until Hopt. 30, 1PO5/
,' lops nlgbta an well a. the "S" Zk J ltt.2u NllehIII., T<*nn? and return.
: The ladies of Elleaton have
organized
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weary days. Tickets on tale July :2. 3. .,; a village improvement association, 11\ daJa. Kxlt: ttn.i)11 by deposit. until
"1 consulted two physicians, .S ; i '
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the S 80 lOOfo.
and are raising money to beautify 'k' 1 pt. ,
,. town hoping to get relief. Finding IMnlnff Cam. Service' a la curie.H "
that their medicine did h"
not
,f..' Dr.' ,Louis M. Terman of Clarke University < < .>*pinK ear re"*.rvatlons and detailed
seem to cure me, a friend advised + t 4
information furnish
Worcester. Mass. has been .HKHHasT cheerfully
.; me to try r id upon apitllcatlon I'smenRer office +"
: appointed principal of the -Kt. Petersburg I am certainly glad that I y1S '. { t' ,' Los West Hy Htrtt. Telephone 743.:
f c schools. followed her ad rice for Peruna .. J, U. LUSH, District Passenger ARI., I

/ -f Henry ftosch,a thriving tracker near was the only medicine for me. j + f f' "/II6 Jacksonville, Fla' ,

Every ache and pain disappeared J .. .
b; ,WillUton will not. depend on Jupiter --- --- ----
In four months and I ifr
Flnvias in the future but pat in an Irrigating j
". in health r'g
c am perfect now.

,< plant. "My earnest advice to suffering ; t e t' 4; e Daytona
At a meeting of the Hillsborough women Is to try Pe- H. +
County School Board the superintend rune, tori feel sure they will st< .. t ? .1iLSS
Ii- eat was authorized to borrow $60,0000 not be disappointed In It."- s' ka : U \ d EDITH }
1RX zI
Louise Mather.Enjoying
\ pay off all outstanding indebtedness.The 4T

Miami fire department has an Splendid + L.E.TYLER.. ii ., H IB BeachThe

.:, eight-day clock for a timer, the gift of Health. .. B
a friend. That wouldn't ever do for Mrs. L. E. Tyler, Santa *> a _
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our boys-too slow. Want a split-sec Monica, Cal., Secretary Santa: Monica Completely Regained tier America Is the Land of Nervous

oDd watch. Ju.l Society writes .
Health.Miss Women.
"/ was troubled ore three yean "Kinnica"ill
Ed.N. Loandsberry of Pensacola was with systemic catarrh, complicated by Edith Beams,7SO:/ North Main Ht., The majority of women,, are nervous
on Wednesday fined $1,000and costs by female we.kne..1Id Inflammation. DaytonO.' writes because they Mutter from some form of 1

Jodge Beggs, upon the charge of conducting : This Induced frequent headaches, "1 suffered for some time with both female diu..... accommodate parties for tight ;

a gambling house. The fine nervousness, hysteria and sleeplessness lung and female trouble. The greatest obstacle In the way of boul14'lu'f'pIDtror board "Hh room.
t' which nothing could relieve until For rates apply to
and costs. were psld. recovery I* that they do understand r
under
I tried Peruna. "/had been the treatment of a
The Cutler Dade county, school "1 began to feel better after I had good physician for about nine months that catarrh U the main ...ur"1I! of their C. A. KRNNBY. luodall, Fla.

". Indulging in a little war on account of taken the first bottleful and improved without obtaining any rrlewht"n Illne**. . '
., from week to week until at the end of Perunawasrecomhn.ndedtome. After Women who are In clonM as to their
refusal to pay a lady teacher who is aRaman. about eleven weeks I was entirely well. : taking twelve bottles of this medicine atin..nts.buvuld writ. to l>r. Itsrttnan, AT ST. AUGUSTINE.
The' Jap colony be nave health.
completely
may yet regained my
"I am pleaded to say that I have Presldentof The llartman Hnnltarlum

brought into the fight. enjoyed splendid health now for nearlya "I am pleased to recommend Verunato Columbu, O. (live him a full lU'xcrlp- Large, cool furnished rooms at Ocean

Editor Farmer of The Times-Demo year. I have a fine appetite enjoy any one suffering from the stove all- tlon of your symptoms. previous treatment View Ilot'..l. Free hath. Light house.

eras of Bronson njust be prospering, as sound sleep and do no* suffer from anymore menU.-Kdith. Iteam. .and aICe. keeping rlvU....... Hates 41 to 13 pr
he wijl have his handsome residence headaches or other iialitu., "-JM .:. >"<> testimonials piiMlnh, l without lie will promptly reply with full ill week each room. Meals l may IMI had 4
and Tyler. written connont oll.h. wrlwr.Kill. r ctlons fur treat+ncnt. free vf hartn. nmtdoor. W. M. M. l'Il'CKII.Ur.I',..a.ABSTlCf i
repainted the ink
cover up spots at ------------------ ___________ _nn______-_ __- .._ ___ __ _
his office with new paint.At T }

the Florida Baptist Orphanage them the largest melon by August lit. His Wife With Hatchet. :

Home at Arcadia thirty-one little The editor says he does It Just to see 'Buffslo, June :U.-Aa bloody a murder &IftlTfCOlPliy(

homeless children are.being tenderly how large melons will grow In Hamilton as was ever committed occurred

eared for. Such noble work is to be county. Not. because he Is food 'of In Buffalo( the victim being. )1,.. Kuth.

commended by all good people. them, ehtEditor rlno Avldlao. an Italian. The husband 1 tLnoorparatedl I i

Two boys were decoyed Into a melon Fitzgerald and Manager McBride of th.he woman, now under arrest, admlta E. E. VOYLE. MGR. '
of The Bartow Courier-Inform killed her. A cry aroused
patch near Inverness shot at,capturedand
tried by a moot court. Of course ant have resigned their positions and the block in which the
( they were convicted but the good will remove to Columbus, )fl..., where Illinois street On a wretched pal enutity. Our manager has lived In thla county thirty years and t"
k let on the floor the woman was round.Jlf'1' Is thoroughly conversant with land title
will continue In the
Judge let them off on suspended sen they newspaperbusiness.
t- tence. There are many good features busbsnd. with blood dripping from ,
., his hands and clothing' was caught as
of the due
the
The Jasper Banner of Liberty willgive paper to energy be was trying to '
and tact of these two gentlemen the crawl through a win. E. E. 7Q Y LE..
: 12 and a year's subscription to dow. lie had hacKed himself on the
latter of whom has been connected
that paper to the person bringing bead with the hatchet with which be FIKK ACCIDENT. BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INBOIlANCE. Kepre.
with the paper for many years. had slain his wife sentlng a number of prominent American and Enellsh companies. wi.
.. Letters patent have been granted for HEAL'KHTATK: AND CITY LOANH.' i iGdiSleeuiLlo +

t.....:., the Incorporation of the Consolidated Hug Task. I B'lorid.nS.
of .. ,
,' .., AM4 Engineering Company Jacksonville - -- -- --- ---- -> '-- -' '' ''' ''----
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It was huge task to undertake the 1--
with a capital cock of 130,000 to conduct .
E8T.A. 3LIflJx D 1000.
1I
ear of such a bad ease of kidney disease
a general business of dealing la I
as that of C. V. Collier of Cherokee -
all klods of machinery, mechanical
la., but Klectrlo Bitters did It.Ifs 'H.F.DUTTON&CO.DEALKIIH
a
;: supplies and other merchandise of various
rites t "My kidneys were so far 1ManufacttirerH
,I klads,to build, equip and operate
.. ,, gone. could not sit on a chair without -
\ tramways, railroads street railroads, d.
cushion and suffered from dreadful
:iT a t
telephone aDd telegraph loss, etc. INOott
; backache headache, and 'depression Sea Island ; :r
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', I) )I. Burton former deputy clerk of la Electric. Bitters, however, I found
ioo' the Eseambia circuit court who .
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was cure, and by them was restored toper
:\ arrested rv ently upoa the charge of feet health. I recommend Ibis great Sea iHlaml Cotton Seed Bagging and Twine. Walrqs .

tIf. falsifying county accounts forgery sod took medicine to all with| weak kidneys Leather In Strips or Sidcn.

'., similar crimes, was given ball Wedaee- liver or stomach." Ou.raa&.eed
.""'.i day la the sum of I ,cm. which was
by all dnsgtsti pries fiOc.
of tho James Dolg Improvtxl English
;L 4vpierwwea. famished' nor than a down personsgoing .. ., .. _. _.. ,.
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hi. security. n.d.f.DeI.DIIa.. Sea Inland! Cotton Gin, and Supplim for Same.

..- employed- aI&on..Dd will fight the IF YOU LOVE YOUR GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, USA
ease, alleging that the State auditor

,, bas erred la checking f the aeeooate WIFE DINTROAST . _. ... __ . __.__._.___.. .. . .. '" _... ..----J wj,

of the office and that not owe eeat has

I bcea misappropriated.. .- ; HER G. S. MERCHANT ft CO.

That Tired Fee fat, Retailer* sad Jobbers la .
Eo...*. By eonpelllac her to bake ta. family -
If JOG are 1a1l1.Wd..p. abe.... .
bread durlag aomaaer .aab.
.: Absolutely the aaf.t and most HOe able for work it ladleatesj. tfcatyovr

d., omieal pewee saw on U,.mark,. All liver U oat of order. Mortise will .. Bay your Bread from Staple and Fancy Grocarifs.firala
ciaee-IK M :90 horse power. Writ forprices. .
:' slat aatore to throw off toads****,
eumatism sad .U...... ibis to ...Keystone lakery...
Tliis. ..,I.. le. not a "Juk at all "'- fiartfaa Sm and f.rfl ZIlI.
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trade" wick dynamos or ba..."..*and YO sass add reetoe the ........ .... It's a savlaa- of time,west sad moaey.rrseJk .

aaadry trl ur f'I to k.ea JOG-........" vitality of sowed aexl perfect '-JUl.I Bread OSrfefl" .> DaIly OOTII BIDE MJOAfiE.; I I I UAUfKHVILZJC.Prvd. FUlKJD4
bat It 18 a "Cracker J..,'* 10 do Mr J. J.llab ud. Temple. Teas, write*i all the Also
work aDd ao m1...... Sold vader fall. I..I.... wed. HerWa. tot the pyt two. To flee part..t and every otber elty.rr.deieto Cake. of HI. ..a market pri*. paid for eta..,.... 1:,.. u4 .....r .... *

.......1&N... or f.yoor ntocver back. Blnspileity I year It aas dee. s.. more pod tats abe .*,.der.ywp.ta.dN "

all U. 4odon. H is ,tk. best o...... bake sips\ A C..,&... stab .f Hay, Cent 0..... fl.,,,. Bra. Host 0...... ....-Keel
GEO. W. MOVERS, ia. ever. ..... !a .Ws ... f...,.P.We. .. T. .ft MArEK, J Ntt1et.tr Eeyeloe.Bakery. .. sad Bye. W. kaadi only she VXKY JtOT goods at U. XXTW:
flails tteU try w. M. Job.*.. I I I'llaa a. rHJCZB. sadgaanst.* eatiefMt slsys. r
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,{": ,:." ,M 'I:htandeyl,\ .oaeph'M; Austria. ,
to,,,,,. } Y?; .,'trF, ,JiToo c Part..lo. F..U"ltlea:

\\f.:;t} : li ;'\ .pu.i QfTrAmtd. accompanlof -

t 1\, ', tg;,of ,medieval pomp'and circumthe -
I "'".I.?.t ,, .f't.' ;;' >aged .emperor of Au.tllatj' 1
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jft\\,.:. tJlnt'ot): .:Hungary and Bohemia, etc.,
::1,' . rAadla: ,Joseph took part la the yearly and more
N t ati'': processionr in Viennatoday. Soda Crackers arc becoming more .
,t : Cy l .Chrlstl, ... i .' ,..'
'.. ;': His ,majesty w.p greeted enXjthu '' food : ..

!:;' *>tuttoaUy by his people, as be was the :
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'Ct. ... ,I",.Jdrtyen through the streets oft: the In. .,,1,;,: R .4.l ,

"' pets; City but It. was' tha 'universal '.+ ,. :: .'.,.
_ *tfl. tom of the Viennese tjSm their emperor E, :',.. :. ...,. .

.tHJ) bad :aged.greatly:,since they last -,J'.'. "or, . Of the People '
i-w him la this 'ceremony two years ;'
and the : of his majesty -'Pi : 'gyp'r
ago ,appearance .'-,, t'I/iJ' ..,.
i wbo'I--U1' : If be lives, celebrate the .11'..'" "

:, Utieth .anlversary bf his ascension to BISCUIT COMPANY .
the NATIONAL ,
remains for
It
,Ihe:tb/t ne-la'1908. suggested to many rt '

t p! minds: that: this may be tbe last time ', to bake more and more Uneoda BlseuIS i'. ,'fl..,
; -: .f. '
Venerable beJk
'6t the : monarch will spear <11.
&! in this beautiful festlral "'\ ... ., ,
tfor .nis:: people ::. :'i
,,,tf!gp }; 'of the 'O0thollc church. -
( -Btfiinnlngwith'' the earliest morn.. :-: {

*l .\ .I Ittg hours the streets of the inner < : : For the People i, }
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Ill_ ?StfK jcity .( Vienna were Ailed with move'meat -
Hw j of the
; >:: aad life in expectation .
{it1l.miD' procession and people flockedto 4:

<:II\\ the along windows the,line balconies'of march and which thesonde .wN .' Who desire more and more Soda Crackers of .. :

;were. crowded. 1';. cleanliness and unchanging ,
"w' 'The 'streets were decorated wl'th1f ;-. known purity, .

flags, boughs of trees and many cob quality. Uneoda Biscuit. have long been ...: '

,: hangings, and at convenient .
iISf'.ored, places the' temporary open air altars recognized ,; j

had been erected. .
'1.JM from the ., ,,
; The procession started I '
; (Hofburg Cathedral of Stefansplatz. ' "
-i where the ceremonies 'wire held, and :
the People ,
k ;. then returned to the Hofb'urg. ." By ; .

'i WARRANTS TWICE PAID.


f1,rt' Indians Had Received Money and the \ii l As: the best of all Soda Crackers, combining as "

t' Banker Gets Paid Again.
.', Kansas City Mo., June 23.-A spedal ... they do, a union of all that is nutritive and "

a 1. *>'..to says the: Journal from Muskogee ', healthful at the lowest possible cost-5 :;' '

i f= "It is alleged that a steal In con

section with the payment of Chlcka .

saw warrants has been discovered .
,
:',, which will outrival the famous warrant ,

steal and pta Involve a fugitive
,1 Vtit't forfttGraham
pk banker of TUhomlngo and men high "

up., The amount cannot be' deter Crackers

+0' nled. but It is between $100,000 and
Butter Thin Biscuit
f $200.000. This sum represents Chick .

1- ki saw school warrants that were paid Social Tea Biscuit
r and afterward refloated. One firm In > .

6t. Louts, It is understood, has about Lemon Snaps
t fSO.OOO worth of these warrants, and

some of them are known to have come ,

through a combination or which Kirby -

Purdom the absconding banker of

TUhomlngo was said to be the leading .

spirit A large number of then NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANYTragedy

warrants are thought to be fraudulent

The grand jury is tacking an in
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vestlgatlon.


Dime Novels Barred.

Columbus, 0., Juno 23.- Mows agen
{ r ties In Columbus; have received! word!

by letter from tbe management of the __ ..__ _ __ u __ __ ---'.- --

"Union News company hit In the future In Missouri Town. Warships Visit Portland.

detective stories and bloodthirsty Ma'on10.: ., June 22.-1 nthe vicinity Portland. Ore, June 23.-The Unit SOUTHERN RAILWAY.Effective .
r'1! dime novels uf every nature will be of KtHJta a posse of miners has ed State. crulxers Chicago and Boston
t'' tbe trains and stations of May 28, 1905.
barred from
miner are anchored In the Wllllamette
shot and Killed! Jack Plummer a
, the Pensylvanls system. Train "news.butchers" who bad a shorf time previously' in front of the city. These vessels, I
.. and new agents at station with tbe "tab.le Tnhlll Fast 1e. U No. :o North' and "-" 1'.. IS ,1
r shot and killed William Dale, a mine torpedo boat Perry and the -- --_. --- - ._- -- -- -
1 .II along the line also received theme mule driver overseer Mummer Dad revenue cutter McCulloch, form an Lv Jackeoulll., .So. Ry9 lOa 7 Mp I L" Jacksonville I"la.. . .80. Ry. 7 45p
r .. orders from th.Inion New been discharged by Dale because of Imposing: fleet of warships which are Lv Jesup 80. Ity II 40e 1040p LT Jeup, Ga. . . . ,80. Ry. 1030p :
which controls (tho privilege SaYaDnah" . .80. RT 120p1215a ArMacon 0.. .
.
1 company cruelty to the animals he drove. Plum. wing at their anchorage within sightof .80. R,. 8OOa t
oAr Columbia, .So. Ry G 5bp IS ma oAr Atlanta. Ga. .
; an the I'ennsrlvsnla system to 'CHad< the Lewis sad Clark 80. Ry. 6 :20aArCharlotte .
im>r deliberately walked up to Dale exposition .Ha. 102&p 955a ArRome .
1 la all lllsraitire/ of this nature at Rl 0. .BoRy. 780n ;
and shot him dead and then fled but grounds. Ar Green.bora .So. Ry 1 13a 12: Sip! Ar Dalton o. . .80. R" 15 25a .
once. It Is explain by railroad men was dUcovortxl by a posse of miners - ArDsnvilt.. . . .& R, 221a 2 lOp Ar Chattanooga, TeDD .So. R,. 045s ;
here that the order of the Union Newscompany who called upon him to surrender lie Will Cure Consumption.A Ar It.hmond ,8. ICy 8 5a d Up Ar Lexington XJ . ..q.O.. IS top }

a Is In I'ordlnc.with a declslon rrpllfd with a volley from his revolver A. Herrrn Finch\ Ark., writes A 1.JDe hb urK . ....L.,.... k 1 43fa 4 20p A. Cineinnnti O. Q A O. 7.cop I
of the Pennsylvania officials to and was then riddled with bul "Foley's Honey and Tar I. the best Ar Charlottesville 9o ItJ 818a 6 lOp LT UIDOIDnatl, o. .HII .our IUQp ..i-
eliminate what they conilder ODe of lets. preparation for coughs, colds and long ArWashington..8n.Ry 95Oa V&p ArChieagolil. Big Four 71th ir
LV" the breeders of crime In the country. i trouble. I know that It has oared eon- oAr Uahlmore. ,P. R. R. 113'a 11 2&p )." CioelcnatL 0 I'a Lioes 883p t .
AI' W. Ph'd.I'la P. R. R. 143p :2 35a Ar Chl"n. III. I'a 1.IDfI. 710. '";
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'sumption In the first .t..... You Ar New York_ P.R.U. 8aoa
In Honolulu. 41ap
Politics
4't!'", Cured of Orig>t's Disesie.GfK heard of L"UlncIDDaliU .U.H.t\O.844p 1
June J2. A. )t. I never any one using F01.1 If Chicago III . MonoD 7 23a .
Honolulu Brown Ex.Ar
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'' I'' .. .'. Sherman. (Lisbon Red Mills. Honey and Tar and not being No S"- e. York and Florida 1 : -TPNl. '..
nominee has been to J.T CIDoIDDali. U. .Eii4 .
the Ktiuibllran se I ... Dall' Pullman Drawing Room 94bp91.eping
NY, "I
wrltrsi
Ijiwrvnc McCollum A Co.
conuly J. W.
y lceted sheriff of Oahu C'OuDt11n which Car fort Tamil and JacklonAI'Toiedo, 0 .0. h.t n. 82tkviii.
had kidney ill...*.. (nr many years and this city U Included by a vote of about - ----- ... ., ------,---- to New York. Ar Detroit )I.eh! P. \1. 725ao
"1 had Lren treated by physicians for Ly iooinnati,a Pa Llue T
\ SO-'a.blnaton and Florida \ SOp
the home
S.20O to 1.K50 received by
twelve jesrsj z hit taken s writ known E. H. WATERS I.Imltt'd." Daily Pullman thawing Ar PlttabDrlf, Pa. . P. LID' 1M.
rule> candidate, A. Propose. Governor
s* kidney niedielit ami older remedies Room Sleeping Car JaeboD.m.0 LvCiocioa tt. O. ,Hilt Four 9HOp
Carter made an alive Rg-bt against New Y ork. Ar O.
::1 lt thai were 'H''t".ndfICl| but got no relief _ Cleveland $ig Four 8 4Se
Brows In favor of Henry, the present PRACTICAL -- -- --
uolll began using .'ull" '* Kidney tLeiington. K y .& U,. 68)p : .
4x | tnritmbent. i The Republicans haveelerlfil T.re.cll "The Laad.f tke ILJ" N.. au Ar 1.001.,111..1 Ky. .80. Rr. ''lOp t;
Cure, Th. Urn half botil' relieved alk> their U.t,u.Z't two supervUorm > Ar 8,. Lnnte. Mo . I'O. Ry. 7124 ..
me and four Uitlles have cured m* of PAPER HANGERHouse L" Jacksonville Fla ,.80. Ry 7 Slip '
and possibly Ar AI. ':
a ADDIt'-oa. & 940. /
iiI.
this terrible .U...... Hfftr I (wean/ _. treasurer L. Karannah tl.. ,80. Ry 17: 16& Ar Birmingham Ala .!.WI. Rr. 11 :"
Ar Columbia. N. C. ,80. H, 60tkt
taking Foley's Kidney l.ir) I had to. P..tI" Best Place. Foe Jew. Painting AI' Asheville\ N. O. .Ro. Ry lllOp Ar )I.mphl..T.DD... .Frieeo 8 45p
fifteen minute I Ar Wo. _ .
Kan..Cta'.
make waist about every FriNO 910.ArXnoxIReTenn .
IMtlladelpbU, June J2.-The eighth Ar Hot 8pflD. N. 0 So. Ry 211p
*, day and night, and passed abriekdual of and Decorating. .So. R, eOOp .mphia. TeD., (aop. .,
annual convention the Federationof
't p' subsiaiKW, and sometime* lIo' $
.1 .\,1.0..11911I.. ,So. Rr 860a prinn.A'IE..q. 91Oa
slimy substane. 1 bliev. I would .\ ... %Zionists which began Its ... '. Ualacsttlle FUu .n.
Drew !II. (
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-01..1 rm+r, Ar 8' Loole. .Ro.8J 4 Hp No. is-'"rh. Florida L6.I&4Id." ro4:
have died If 1 hail tint taken .
sessions here decided that Palestine .
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AOilloID..tI \ C. It Ih
s t Kidney Cur," .J, W. )MeCullum Co was the b..t place for the colonisa .Q. DaIlJ. Solid veetibols train. through 1-

i hue of tile Jews. TIll convention Full line of Palate and Wall Paper \n. IO-DaU{ f Pullma. Dr.wie g day Can.eo.ch.e Jsek.onville and to Pullman Clnel...Sleeping...
Oppeesd t* Labor Federation, In stock at lowest prioe* M the trade. .
/. E. adopted a resolution that the International Room aDd Boer. NIplae ear bat.a No. It-hili. Drawing Room
New York. June SJ.-Tae nationalaveatloo ) .. .... _. J."Ym. sad CiaetD..aU. -
Zionist emigres* t('- M held atlUslo. --' --- .- --. .r.----_._....._ - 81..pID. Car between Ja.ekaolaYllle.. 1'.1
.. of lb. AmalgamateJ U'utWorkers. AJra1sgham. al.aplia. llaosa. City
t Swttierland this bached :
r.e>re...tlag (S locals IB vs. summer MAX KRAUSS, EIf1'IWa' lal.c Car $ervke. and Colorado Springs.
1 to reaffirm the Basle program _. ._ ;
-
Hous' cities, sew IB session here. hat
of IU1. the convention of American Representing
' ...t4a UBanlnously to send delegates ARRIVALS AT .
JACKSONVILLE.'d'd
to a coaveaUon called by the 8ucl.) Zionists" pledging itself to the Rule E. A. WEIL & CO. S:: ; :- From New York ....1.011. etc 1 i
p".nm ta its nUm,. There are Ua lied.:' 8 O)s. .. .
UU. ia Ckleaco. J.a. 3T. t. form a*
delegates attending the ft'a".UOtL Frost New York. Wasaiegio. ....-:No. W, "Washisgtoa and Florida Ex.press. ._
a 'taivstria_ sales It is understood WHOLESALE SHOES ." II E: p* .., '

: ; 11td latter cabs wOl vigorously .ppt'lt' FI'CMa a...naail, Asbetlll. e.-No. :29, "Was lngtoo and Florida Urn ;,
Cke ........* IVderatlom of Labor and Of All Deetytless. \tPd." IG &. .. ttr

, its a....... JUwael M. Ooss,.r.. It _. From Chicago C1 lanaU. Atlanta. ete.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited**.a5a. in \f J

: was also announced tyi glass work, CUJU WHERE All uS( rAIls Bole Ag au for MO31KCH and SOT t&-I J. C.'iC8 Dhstrtet. ;;;;; yr 1gvkt- ; :-KMt W. say itt., Jntassntll v n. tfi

' '" ere 'will be r.egasts.t'tkr.ughoat the I'o-t1 t x." Sro"l T.....c.... E1QX qCALITT 81x.. teary s. H. UUttW1CX.I'.T.I. W. n. T.n.ou.(I. P. A. BaooE' Moaoaar. A.O. P. A. '
i ct *t. waktag a use t t._ ;;.. .d to, Mner'rs.V .
l pair warrant.d. -- -- -- _.____ 00_.____. ...
: national d euaad la tae fall for .Ib.r

t tifke.wastes. te .. ssr4esce dd by a .u.ul J. 11" '>>1, Af tat Send Us Your Next Order for Job Work.

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I THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. JUNE 24... !11105 : i ,,1,1t +

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To:Capture Armed Woman.Wichita I The Dead of the S... LOW RATES EAtabliaxieci: 1B7tJaFDLTTTO
An
Inquisitive I'rcncliuian has
Kan., June 23.--A of
posse I
: thou{:Ilt It \Mutli r lulo to IIIIk what becomes -
.jmed eltlzena headed by Sseriff of the l h..dit's after dfuth of the Via Louisville & Nashville : CO.
&
chad ,baa cone to Baynesville 15 snuff.a'visas ii-u and other living I civaturis ;

I en miles south of Wichita to capture that fill tile IIIell. Of course they Bailron

:Bin. E. ,Roseb ry. an elderly Ionian nil ijie. Mxnior or later and yet It is unso

: who has been keeping an armed watch ",','urrt'llI'e rare ns to lie practicallynuklwwu The following low round-trip rate .

over the highway in front of her prem- I for anybodyuo lives Ix" Ule from Jacksonville various points :s .A..qTEEJEs.! ,.y ,

.1..... She has disputed the right of, or on the wceau to ('Om.1I'rt>5" the ''n'C North and West will bt in effect on .

rural mall carrier John Garner to use ni.11 us" <<, even a single vletfri qC the lairs.hown. Proportionately low ratesfrom
fate that await mil tiling mortaL In
the road mall ': other
as a route and fired at points:
the carrier as he passed the house. the itrofouudrr depths putrefaction cannot PORTLANDOREGON-Rate fSO.80 Do a central bankrir! bu..lnr.*. bur and sell Foreign and Doicrat'e! Eiebaete "
take place, sj If the ileaj flan The account of bank. banker.oorioraUonn.farmer,a.erctaDU: and oilier
Gardner notified the nlted Slates authorities teaches those tblll aby*..e$ account Lewis A Clark Ct'ntl"nnlal'alr. rec tTd on farorabie irrni. SpIM *oOUl a to aaaklutf auilcotiODi oo ail '+ ,
ouv'; << : (calm
and Tickets: sold certain date May 23 to aeoeulblc polnvn the United Sine
,p. a warrant was issued for he would IM' |>rwrv toe arrest of Mrs. Rosebery. She such I
tlin\. Probably however, no
feas entrenched herself in her dwell peutt'ful] r iKxe awaits more than an SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGE I C ...A..I ESV.LTJLE.J FLORTT) A., ? l
LES. CAL -Kate $81 80. Tickets sold
ing. luflulti'sliuaUy small! proportion of the certain dates April 10 to August 14in -- ---- --. -- ------------.J!: '
finny folk and no great accumulationof elusive ; final return limit POdays from

Tornado Destroys School House. llfelex bodies exists at .the bottom date of sale, not to exceed No.. SO.DES"ER THE EVERETT HOTEL t
cat the dead lot>-
of the *" -a. The,living I Rate
COLO.- $4265. account
Marshalltown. Iowa June 23-A porenado fore they can make the long slow I International, Epworth League ,

in Hancock county Sunday night Journey downward.''' As A matter of I Convention. Tickets void] June 29 to 235 W. Buy St. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
blew,away the public school house aad fact extremely! few flf h. and perhaps July SO. inclusive; final return limit ,
church at Duncan and Ure the root none, aver meet what III known as a August 8.
off the poorhouse. No Inmates were "natural dt"llthmOflt] always they BUFFALO N. Y.-Kate $32: TO, account Centrally' located, thoroughly>> repaired and renotatcd.ewly furnished.Europeau .
Injured. Many farm d".lUnc'were are slain and devoured and so put Annual Meeting Grand Lodge : Pitta. t .

donated and hundreds of windmill definitely out of tile way. B. P. O. E. Tickets fold July 8 to 10, "
were blown down. The storm was inclusive ; final return limit July 25. :8:. JM.A..SON' P.ro-prLetnr

general throughout Iowa. At New Fr.t Regarded Yacht R Bagley five form housee were blown A race across the Atlantic ocean account Peabody College Summer
.' down and three members of the family would La\' seemed a wild romance to School Vanderbilt Biblical Institute. 'w-b.exJ.: 00.: Need:: of ;

of Joseph Scaruba were injured.Will King Charles II. when be took n lead. Tickets sold certain dates June 11 to .
v lug tart in the first recorded yacht July 4 ; final limit September 30.

race "! mailed this mornln ." says KNOXVILLE. TENN.-Rate $1668. JOB PRINTING
Take Rockefeller Money. Evelyn: on Oct. 1. 1061, "wU! his maj- account Summer School of the Sooth.

+; New York. June 23.-.By subscribing sty In one of hi* yachts, or pleasure Tickets sold certain dates June 18 to :
;'\ 91,920 the members of the Washing.: loins vessels not known among us till July 15. Inclusive.; final return limit

i-': : ton lights Baptist church completed the hutch East India company' presented September 80. SexJ..d: Your Order to '
For fall information schedules and
their contribution of $20.000 toward that curious piece to the king,
call
North and West
point
rates to any
the payment of the church debt of being \'eryllIent: nailing vowels.! It on or write UEO. E. HERRING FlorIda -

$i O.OOO. Twenty thousand more will was on a waiter between his other new Passenger Agent, I., A N. R. R., THE SUN JOB OFFICE
:be given by John D. Rockefeller a'"Well pleaiiure boat built frigate-like, and 200 West Bay S,.. Jacksonville, Fla.

known Baptist and the balanceof one of the hake of York's Greenwich; the wager.toGravetwud - .----- .-. .. . . . ... v
(100; tbtra<<'e from -- -- -- -- - - - -- -- -
$20,000 has been promised by tveeity it nTBXNmBa:: : : : OARDtdD' :
and back. The king lost
mission. The pastor of the ... -
going, the wind being contrary but -- SE..A. E 0 .A. R D
church is the Rev. Boardman Bos- saved stakes In returning., There were .. .. ,
worth. DaV ERE B. )MORRIS
dh''nuolJle persona and lords onboard
his majesty sometime steering Air Line Railway

Girl Killed by Skyrocket blm elt." "Yacht."a word new to England . .DENTIST. . .

Cayuga, Ind., June 23.-MadalineAaaley In KKW). la Dutch, from "Jagteto ,,." s

] 19 year. oil, was Instantly bunt to speed, connected with our . . FOR . ;
"go."-Ixmdon Chronicle.Rr .
killed. and Madame Adam., 2 years
,Office over Marcus JCII el'L I'bote 3 rings '
, old. was probably! fatally injured by
Savannah Columbia Camden Southern
..... lh. Heart. i ,
,
a skyrocket during a firework exfilbltloa.
"Rent your heart now and then during
I TIle rocket struck the smaller J. A. CARLISLE,
the day" said an Instructor In k
girl and the stick then penetrated the ; gymnastics ATTORNEY AT LAW Pines Raleigh, Richmond, Washington -

brain of Miss Ashley. I "But the heart can't be rested" a pupil -
And Solfcitor in Equity '
objected. "It work. .Incessantlyfrom i Baltimore Philadelphia .
Tax on Babies. ,
birth to death. .
'
II!\
Extreme hot weather Is a great tax "It rents the heart to lie down" Mid Real Estate Conveyancing and General j

! upon the digestive power of babies. the instructor. "Brery night's sleep of attended Practice.to. Office All business next door promptly to Bun New York 1 ,

When puny and feeble they should begiven nine hours save the heart the lifting office OAiJttnTiLLK: FLOKIDAFERDINAND \
a few doses of White' Cream of 32.000 ounces' of blood. Considerablerest .'

Vermifuge the children's tonic. It there eh T BAYER, Three Elegant Trains Daily.
"When we lie down you see, the !
will stimulate and facilitate the digestion -
heart's action becomes slower-slower ATTORNEY AT LAW
of their food, .o that they soon by ten Btrokea a minute. Thus In an Seaboard Florida Limited.Seaboard .
OAIKKSTILLI, FLORIDA.
become strong healthy and active.Sold .
hour OOO strokes are saved and In nine
by W. M. Johnson. hours 0.4OO stroke. Each stroke pumpa

six ounces of blood and therefore In Can sell your city property, (Improved Express. ;
nine bourn the heart Is eared the laborof and unimproved), phosphate, :
pumping) 3-: '()() ounces. trucking and farming. lands. Bend him I
; "The a list. of what you offer for 2142rr Seaboard Mail. w
Miss N. Norton.i l"bUadt'll.bIA heart Ilutletm.often require a rest. sale--

W.E.. BAKER. '
r I Ram the Hal Oat at Taw. MODERN PULLMAN
Gainesville Circulating G! A lecturer recently told of a nusslan ATTO KY-AT-LAW, EQUIPMENT

...Library... be saw some years age in Manchuria SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . The SEABOARD) FLORIDA LIMITKI I.l a solid vestlbuled train composed '
I whose methods of achieving results exclusively of view Pullman t"I.lpmeM-IJinhIlC (Jar. Double Drawing.
were not "f"'ordlnc'to the usual code. Itoorn Sleepers. !Stateroom: end Observation) (Jar -oporatlng between ti,. Au.
Only the Latent Popular Fiction. ,I The KuMtan bad a well in his front GAINESVILLE Alachua Co., FLI. guitlne and Jacksonville to Nsw York via Wa.hlnlCwnI.lnar St. Augustine .
"' i yard which txr concluded to fill op. Office In Endel liloek.Jft. :ltl0 p. m. and Jackouvills I.'v) dally .&t!..,., Sundays. !

1 He began digging a bole by the aide ; Pc
, .. SPECIAL SCWJ1ER TEEMS IOC I It of the well throwing the dirt from the Only Lino Operating
t per week: allowtt three cbautre during new excavation: Into the well. J. H. ALDERMAN,
the week. ltook.mu..,not txt kept I
out over ooe week without renewln "In the t i-ourwe of time" said the Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville New Orleans
; speaker' "(be old well was tilled, bat DENTIST.Over .
there was a hole alongside as big as
i{ .'.' .. full Information and sleeper reservations call on an* agnnt Heaboard or
-- -- the flrnt The Russian went farther writeFor
j Ai \Jf eN.U; H. O. WOYLSTON. Ja.. fAsst
: away and dug another bole to fill the Dullon* Co t BaD OafneaTfl s1QH. General Passenger Agent Pansengnr Agent I 1;
p. wcoud.( He continued this process of I
L JACKRONVILLK. FLORIDA.
; Mathushek Pianos digging one bole to fill the other until ,

be literally ran the bole out of town." :::11,,_ _ _.,._._ __. _.._ ._._ .__
GOK0OM a TISOM.DCXTlBT..
Health.. ._. 1 Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR
s'
NOTED FOR SWEETSESS!i ASD PtRLTT There In thin difference between .

,+ OF Ton:, roWER A5DDCRAB1LFTT. Uioe. two temporal blessings. health ALL EARTHLY POINTS
q and money Money In the roost ...nNd.but .

,,, the leant enjoyed; health ta the Omee to take Law K..fcac *. via v1.pI.

otont thin enjoyed superiority- but the of least the latter eortad.snJ la, (.MI..YQ..8. 1'L.TIIE N orth Jukr.d' ,?.Eastftw.I : 'OtuIswe.aad.i W@est YateofwnRapid w tas

till ntfff obvious when w. reflect that
Den piano tor. this WTlcc cto stands la the p<<re.t man would not part with Transit and Unaurparwed Service
...loecer. tkaa O Ioen.eoe.tr.ca*d of WEST END '
benltb for roooey, bat the richest ess a '
MM .&tartaJ>*. acd: sea arWaateworltaae.brp Time Table In effe.t, April I'. IftOO.
1a1a&We. would gladly<< part with all bU aooeyfor FINE!: WINES, LIQUORS A CIOARfl
GAIN>rV1LLL Arrive from
Cp M 4..i. a evvrf halth.4P Depart.. For.._ _ __.._, ." .__ __. .._ -.-___ ,
- MRXZ.IU."lrro -" "
.. JOSH ietesor.
\611 w ts.soused.
........... tt.m IT, the nt. ..iuoavffie.. ru.racist adl9pm; High Ifprill" *JM! later* 6i0am.
, -(: wtur Mid (Onorg few the DUly .: mdUt PoJale Dally {

Bold by ns eontiaooosly for twentieth lime. "1t makea tree and beer,totti and draught Don't 12:11 pIA Ocala L* lMtrc gad Tampa aa4 t a,40 p a
c, every time I think of the *10 I ... te- fall to all osi ate when Im Jaekeoavllle Daily Intermedia Petals I Daily
iffRTtmn-TWI TUBS day 1 artuaUy feel ae It T4 h. ..
have nonietiuly kid we..wHy yell i Falatka. Jukaosv/ll.. JiMpmDally
thoot a single falJa,.. If TOOt the way, Oeorgeak| UM dear The Florida Daily I North, East ao4 West
a piano for s UI...... -
girl dneanlJJ'doG'I yon thiak: you'dl4tK.
bay Ua.atbuhek. ; ",mk to father ttieIr ...... :. and Truck 12.6IA |, Mighffpriags, W.,...., Kavaaaak Braaewiak. *il4 ,m ra
....... Fruit Grower Dally I Albany Allaataal. 1'.'." Jforth Kasl Wee Dolly
T 1"b11at.1..lobla ---_.,_.. .- ..... ---

.:nwee""" M low .e in <.--............ ut.a .....u.f T1.. ...... 14 ......... .....,. BBCHHT Caller aa4 rr.r.GeAr. SiUpmSJOam I I 11ahs1l.,1N.aaepy.adLtilrs{ 0: am

C"a" .l.dn-rt.lar: .Kxpert!>. wTttteei the .&. a'LA Daily } f DallyMlUag
Y trial We rot. rretcM. Wrtea peas of nU U nr Wn hot .... Tm Y -
tat Mao 5tOAY.' afraid yea east edt<< fbat ea*. Rant Ono Tear ..._ MMMr . II." I IDally '(2) fa
XMate As 'nt- Whnfe tarn saner wfthKT Btegte' cs4.... ...... Ie I I HJgb !,rings Daily. E'

Ctpert Wby. ira *. ... a Ira set ...M....' I ... 80....
Luddeo&BatesSouth pefpwt! cuter IU.,.."".. gvt-Caa atrala --' .. - -" --- 1- --
-
> tsetMu t. tt. w..s.Tftd a..a> fartl- ias.rahaag.bI. *libels, good ever &3W all.. .f oaaoag /Ira frta*
lties.-C....trud, t.wd.r, A haJtdfoaaely Utoatratad aaacmalae ipal! nUJvaya IB Ut. 0oa..k.ns sat a. are oc sal by the BrtMlpaJ ageata.Tbre a
Msslc Base --. 4...... ..p e1 liy ft* th. taterweia-a. . fc PttllaMUs sleep.r Port TJ-pa to JCew York, its Aslaatle eout
". w.- ...... UM fruit aa4 ..,....,.. ....... ofrtewtda. Lla-j aiM rt. AUaatla C.M* U.m arer .4 800.,." 11&1".,.

' GA. BJorU-I .eji Deane latortag .Cf! ,.. aoma.eta1 taI... ...all oa ,
isSAVANNAH, .-.. at loW UnewUeaavbe 1PIsb1ratl. .. A avawtel trial Mliacrlytleai. of **. J. A. GOODWIN. TUk*| Af.at. O Jn..rUU,
MURPHY msaittin srilJ" .... es ......* .' 19.sta. I
I& k JOHN D. ,t. M. ertsafly y.erfee+ea a gat $ab.abp AU,..r y
m. tabs natl.t pet..... a| tot<< HletaTa Oloall, FBAIIK C.JMlTLSTOJr, V&.. ,.... Act. D. rrAKK Trar Ft**. Agt. 5
ffirISIJnraa! dsorr"1 ..,. wkt.o- r..: he'a iaatttO.ltaurliE'1 __ -- ..- -i--ru..... I tM W. ..* el.. Au iTelMi W.JW. .U Yea. ;"J',

BRYAN, suta AjU: .,.. rst ,!,t"13 lks ...." i. ; H.OEJiC3I.Trsf-Mfr... CM" Aif3.5es.Taal AWL. J./t'; ,
.?, 4 ."r. _. "'1 ''. "'te'' ...1.; gyeitteti Jft*JS**. I .,c ,, "' _"- 'I..c., .. ;I.? s.rr.
n ;; '; ''' ;: !, !'' .7."ij' . 'f/, '\:" ,.' , ;> ''. .;; " "' "" . ,
f ;. n 'iI t ,-.;' ) .'' .' " " ,",. .,, , 1, ." ,",, ",",,., 'J-'f ,I, .. ;f" ,:IJ;nv< ," ",!" <:' .;.}I. '14 I:!!{ ,



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ii ,. 3 ",. ',THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. JUNE 24, 1905 \

.. -

rt NEW$' OF CltV;) 'I'ICOUNTY'CQ".P I The Misses Lillian$ and May Thomu''
,. have returned from a visit at I Y'ES I 'f'ES' 1
YES :
::
New .. .r..tfil+of sewing ma
"SEDI chine for. sale at a bargain. Apply at
-
this ofti e.

';I11' ;,f'!., .",. The.Twentieth Century freezer absolutely .
Hatter of General Interest; Oath. makes cream without.work. See THE LAST IS THE BEST.
'
'h.. 'MM. .V '' i' them at Baird'j.' tiThe
Our'
eredPERSONAL" > . tafr ,, ,
f'' '.... Misses Cato of Alachaa were in I
;.
the city yesterday and called on a number !
AND" SOCIAL' ITEMS of their friends;

'r Mrs. J. E.Wainwright and daughter Another BIG SALE'at
*. What Ha* Hkpponodlancf. and What I Is Going
Miss Julia, have gone to Alschua and
to. Happlui'Told. , .In. Short- Paragraphs High Springs for a visit.' -
#' So That;'HN.,Who Run Mar R.. If you want nice fresh groceries and '

h IIb1.The's. vegetables for/ your Sunday dinner,
4 ring up 188 McKinstry's grocery, WILSON'S.w
:Attend the safe at Sew York Bucket
tocJa ., -' Lost-On public square, solid 'gold
stick pin, doable chased head. Leave ,
-
wu$ ..014'ewlpapen tor tale at The San with Saunders A: Earle and get reward


office.'atT.gdles'eaihngcards SaD, ;:,'-office.r tf la latest styles beautiful The an Interior application residence of W.of Is handsome being W Hampton's Improvedby wall 5 :D-A-S O L y5 :


We arc the erlrlnator ef law price and ceiling paper, paint etc. !
H w York Backet. .
",1" Slmonson's. Wonderful Salve for tale good Wanted-At ones, for onee State, 5 prisoners convict guards; also No VOTES to give, BUT we will give you the best, I

by J. W. MeOolInm A Co. one good man cook, to cook for thirty ..
t Fancy tomatoes at IB'cents a basket men. Address R. W. Holiday,captain.Citra goods for the money you ever had a chance to buy.

!4 at McKinstry's. Phone 188. Fia. B. F. MoCall jr., man.

A 17 pound tost (rraaulatod sugar' today ager.
for *1 at New York Backet. The delegates from this section to

Mn. O. O. Colley of High Springs the Good Roads Convention at Orlan

was a visitor In the ally yesterday.Mrs. . do,besfdes being otherwise entertained Sale June 23rd-
b, the hospitable people of that city, Begins Friday
Geo. P. Morris of Waldo was in
were treated to an auto ride over the
s the city yesterday on a shopping: trip. floe roads In that county. ,

II. D. BUokbarn business .
a prominent
r Wan'.ed-Orders for V'ctor Talking
man of Live Oak was In the city and Will Continue FIVE
Machine and records. Retail orders Days Only :
plc yesterday. five dollars up delivered free. Old

Phillip Parrlsh, one"?of Hague's respected records and machines exchanged Metropolitan ,
; citizens, was In theoRy yesterday Talking Machine Co., Jack.

on business. sonvllle. Fla. Everything MUST G0--Note a Few Prices:
,;; Train Dispatcher Ford of the Allan- W D. Fagan A Co. recently purohsi*

yr tic Coast Line has gone on a business ed a drove of esttle from parties in
fit trip to South Florida. :. Levy county and they will be turned 10 yards Figured! Lawns for . . . 35c 24 Ladies' Wool Skirts, 1.50 'to 7.50 .

r Qbarles Baroo of Rochelle was In the out on the range at the Prsire to feed 10 yards Figured Cballies for. . . :35c each, at half price.
them for a time. There was 200 head best 12 and 15c Lawns 3'3 Ladies' White Waists
.elty yesterday. He Is clerking for W. SO pieces J 50c to 1.50;

_ N, Wall In that place In the of cattle.bunch and it was a handsomelot and Organdies( per yard only. . fide will go at half price.. -' v

For spot cash we will sell 18 pounds 25 pieces Voile:: Skirtings and 30 pieces White Goods at ,about half
We are glad to note that Dr. E H.
of sugar and one pound of 80 cent tea -
''t for 11.75. Baunders & Earle. Armstrong, the well known eye spe Suitings worth 18 and 20c, yard lOc price.

4"' John G. Dampier of Hague, one of oislist of Jacksonville who is making a 32 pieces Novelty Summer Goods Prices cut deep on everything. Come

our worthy county commissioners, was professional tour of the State, will be worth 25 to :35c, at per yard only 15c and see how much money you can save.

In the city on business yesterday in our city June 80th to July ht. lo- 15'pieces( Silk Ginghams and other You know the WILSON way of cutting.

A half gallon bottle of mixed pickles. cated at the Brown House, to consult} Novelty Dress Goods, values 30 to prices ? If not, come and see how we
with and those
treat wishing Ms ser
( regular price 40 cents, now only 24
m cents a bottle at Saunders it Carlo's. vices. 50c, only . -. . . . . . . . . . 20c do it.

For Bale- -targe black horse sound Yesterday was the opening day of G.
F and gentle. Also buggy! and harness W. Hyde's Big Hale: of dry goods,
good as new. Apply at /Ml bassiter Si.a. Terms, Spot Cash---No Goods Charged to Anyone.
shoes, notions, etc., and Judging from
The city clerk hue a reminder In this the crowds that were seen at the two

morning's paper In regard to water stores a greater part of the' day, the IMIIRS- R.IV I L SO3ST
_ '' rents,. which all water takers should people have 'faith In the announcements

need. of )fro Hyde of bargains in _. ...
------ ---------- -- -- -- ----- -- --------- ----- -- -
.: To Rent-Nicely furnished room with every department. If you have barKalns The Bradford county saloon men
board, to gentleman and wife, or two < for the people the papers are the . .CtvEA T eeeBARGAIN
gentlemen Apply at 607 Alschua av best medium through which to let were prepared for the cyclone when it THE CONTINENTALCAFE.KEHTAURAST. -
anus them know the facts.MERCHANT'S struck them. One saloon man had retailed -
t,. -- his entire stock to his customers : .
*\lrs. W, H, Palmer of North ttelnesvllle. SALE
who is visiting a sister In Atlanta LOW PRICES.We and closed eighteen hours before he
Oa the weather was ordered to by the officers! of the
reports very offer to the trading public for the
pleasant In that oily. neat four days, Jane 23, :24. 26 and 27,' FOR TURKS: DAYS law.A.
)[". J. O Alvsres has returned to some very attractive prices, vlsiI7 and chance such as the people of FlorIda , J
>' Ibs best granulated sugar .11 CO Friday Saturday Monday are having' at present, to consult
+ her home In Starke, after a very pleas.act 20! Ibs good rice . . . 1 00 June 23 24 and 26. snob a well known and successful specialist \
visit In this city, the guest cf Mrs. 26 Ibs medium rice, .100 as Dr. E. H. Armstrong is rare
Sam n.II.Dd Mrs. J. 8 Jolly. :<3 lbs rice not so good but cheap, 1 00 I indeed and should be taken advantageof. .
1(1( bars Ark soap . . . :VA A moneymaking opportunity for the The Doctor bat without doubt the
Mrs. W. A. McLenna and sister, Mrs. 18 bars Cocoanut soap . . 'M trading public. We are offering pricesshat best practice and the largest optical
Manning of, Waldo who were In the 8 packages of tic pkg..: Oold Dust :23 cannot be met and which ought establishment in the entire Sooth. He a" .
city to visit Dr. and )1,.. J. II. Alder. 1 4-lb package Oold Dust, _ IS to make you anticipate your wants and will be at the Brown House June 30th
man returned to their home yesterday. Schnapps tobacco in 9 lb caddies 84 (lay In a supply for future use. Try a to July 1st.
4 Our Advertiser' In ro-lb bo....,' at 28 little of that Best Granulated' Sugar Rev. Thos. P, Hay returned ..
Col. H. F. Dutton Is eipeoted borne Duke's Mixture tobacco 'in Sib and that Good Rice' -It will make you Jester.day
t this evenlogfjtrom his Northern and cartons, al. , , 88 grow fat. Remember the dates. This from Highland, where' he went the ,...,,
Western rip;he having gone from theKasVtoMuaele Sensation tobacco. 6-lb carton,"t 88 sale only lasts three days Friday, Sat. day before, June 22, to perbrm a mar. ;
_ ; Ind., to visit his eon, Skinner: tobacco in 10 and' ISMb urday and Monday, June 23. 24 and :2fl. rlage ceremony st the home of shebride' I .... 14rIt ... UU. Drip cef... Z'I'w..t.
who"reside. la that city boss*. st, . . . 28 -- mother, Mrs'[ Robert O. Cook. .. M.*U.
O.wxl smoked bacon, 10 li10OI6
yu Wanted 1\O.rd.-.Oq.. workingmen : sacks b.lt bran.- I 25 A Few Convincing Prices. The ontraoUalrpartl..we',. MUsElisa .
- -
i at 110 month. Also give meals : iriVlb tacks C. S. meal. 1 Mary Cook andj Mr. Frederick Albert -
;I at$3 a w.._.* li.aly time from 5 100 ib sacks meal aborts 1 onM 18 pounds best Granulated Sugar$1. Fisher of Lawtey. The marriage wasa Some Men Leave fAn
,In the moraine until? at night. Mr. 'i I'O-IU nsck: Purina feed . I 40 (Not over $2 worth to a customer). quiet, private affair, only members
lOiVlb sacks Delta feed 1 40 15 bars Ark Soap 2fte j7 bars Octagon
John Bennett, prop. 400 Tiara st. StWe
I 10Vlh sacks Royal' )Jol.,,,,. feed, 1 40 Boer. >>0. (Only one quarter's worthof of the bride's family being present. Estate for the WidowTo
are! sure that Blue Ribbon lemonand I ,)J: -lbsackslneal 1 43 Octagon Soap to customer). The bride I. one of Clay county's popular
vanilla ...raee. will please you. Lemon cracker, by the IMIX, at, IS 7 bar Export Soap, :2Jet 7 packages young ladies, while the groom .Is Invest and lose or as a temptation .
I{ *lfY|>ot, your money back for the ask-, Soda crackers, by the boa, at A Hold Duet 250. one of Law..,'. rising young businessmen. to speculators. How much ',
tag. Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon The very best Elgin: butler 90 33 pounds good Rice .t. ThsSuu extends. congratulations.Notice better to lea vex her :
and If rail store will make
at
lemon and vanilla Takes I I..... Flavors you you
low prices on other goods whichwe CORSETS. CORSETS. CORSETS.
very
to Water Takers.
I $500 or $1,000 Year "
_ perfectly, .. reeerve to meet customers In person One lot best M>c Corset, this sale 89e.Be 1 a Income :
Mrs. A, R, VanDeventer and daughter Polite attention and prompt de .t XV. 8. Corsets, the regular 91 The water rents for the quarter end- for Life or for 20 or 30 Years?
livery. No contestln> coupons to offer, goods, T9o.TOWELS.. 1 Inn( September SOth, 180ft, will be due "
Miss Emily: have returned from avery ,
y but will make difference In
up qualityand acid payable to T. B. Ellis: collector of w. will send
pleasant sojourn at White Springs, quantity U, rV. )izactltvr.t Co. TOWELS. TOWELS. revenue,on or before July 10th. 1906. Information showing you some how Interesting small >

'where they went to teat the efficacy of .-- --- - --- - -- - ..-. No cheap trash but best line goods. The rules regarding the cutting off of annual outlay will yield a perm an,
the waters of the springs, whloh they One lot fine linen Towels, worth 3Oo water and turning on the same will berlgidl neat yearly income for anyone for
q speak of In highest terms of praise READ THIS. to Sic, will\ be offered at 27*. Council by recent order of the whom JOG are to provide. ,
One lot fln* linen Towels, large and City If not paM at the proper
The Mutual Life Assurance Association IX>TM n. ALA, July 13.1WO.Dr. + pretty, at 73>.,o. (Not over sic to a time. J. U. Dsu. City Ckr.. W. L RILL & W. -
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of Georgia, which will\ Institute K, W. Hall St. Louis Mo.-Dear customer). -. .-- .. ,
L ''" a division& In this section, with, head Sir t We have been selling your T.... One lot linen Towels. great values, -- !Sal Agents The XGTUAL

k quarters in this city, has already s 4'. Wonder Halt's Great Discovery, for at Ifto. T. F. THOMASUltDfPTJp Life lawsrasMw Ce,. ef new '..., v

cured the namessome' . ..., two years and recommend It to anyone MISCELLANEOUS BARGAINS. 6A1XE8T1LLC.! t i i FLOKUDAs 7tE
ka : men In Its local directory. Its plan suffering with any kidney trouble as t'o rh..'. genuine elastic. .... Draw
eieellent being the best remedy we ever sold. ere, per pair 53j. ((0.
seems to be a most one Hood Cotton Flannel, Drill Draw
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Yours truly, J. R. Yorvo.
Mr. Jesse BUMS city editor of The ere. 3le.President. Suspenders.. S9e.Ureat s Al I h'f MOUNTSA'

Bus, left yesterday far Alabama to A TEXAS WONDER. reditetioa oa low eat Shoes. '

tJ' visit. rslttlvee and return wllVhls wife One small bottle of the Teals Woadr. Every pair folly guara&teetf.We FULL LINE OF ;
aDC1acua. who have bee there for eev
h" it" ..ral weeks Mr. Hurts may take a short Hall's Ureat Discovery, cure all have a rood list of bargelee. IfJo.I NEW GOODS AH the old standards
kW.., and bladder troubles, 1'1.0"ara..l. and
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haven't had a price list eome gad
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to Clay eonaty
ft trip ,earea diabetes. seminal ..... gel one and look It over. There arecaaay --- the choicest of the new ones *
. : ,.. They will arrive I. Gainesville .(ono.weak aa4 lame ba..... raeocaatieot things you seed that you eao Attrnta tor... as issued. *
A :*.xt Tuesday. bey for amok !eee tha* value.Com . Monuments Tombstonesand
sad all Irregularitlee of tae kttfsteye
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; and bladder la both me. sad only three day. friday Saterdey asxtMee Iron Fences. ,
.......11.., Mleaaepy.. reeelted by The ftr.'ysllh women,regwlaue, bladder troubles lashlldrea. iay.J..e u..a*aa4 3* We havea See Our cannot be displayed to
.day. Ue aalaeeville bait team that If stot eoU by jrour dntczist, good shed ta oat bask. lea roc year Sampl vantage in a case 1 ,#
went to that platy. to show the team will be seat by mall SMS ...Ipt eT '1. bones SUM! vehteUe. !
there some "......" Im ball playiac Ono small bottle is two iitootNs ....&. Personal attewties lo all SMltrr* la
few 1t..I.,. rat aM eeUom. tilts &e perfect aear. .ala itae. JIaQ.-n Fine Fadeless
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NO,. stood 17 act 7 la favor of "' '' n.j' 1''". O. boa aI.$\. ....... MSK Fraea Casket to Life te aid jl. '
p,. The Mlaawopy. boy ;sa that 8 avl for ...,tmoa&.... gold by aU PHIFC2 >BRO4L: . : / *'-/W.l.
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