Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01113
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 14, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01113
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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SJractu-.e ,,t h b X uaoki ,i Ovw of
9a4c ;I ,er, Q Ii, iW b adress- 4 t Io Throne.

Doolitte. ,

f e t lisa s for w l tislaur, wET r.-
at 3 Thiughou l the ntiro Kingde m Also
SWed, able'to .aefr in court. Thtre Were Unussal D rstrar*
ottle wNere Pelatt Out ush. tions and pAmeat Re(Ijoloin *
.' i \ Th=I egro umw borI the only and infait Delo g *WII. I "
person obo saw (b*ieda wbeaent thu
AAA with boy, to thb -o0artky bome, polled M MMa* 1-There little
Y, Bt uholit to s the man whoa slo IopIan Friday night The
f 1, i or4er n had pt eA alte t he ex. public ruoltota over the ofr
Wy p loeSa. Th o was a bit on-. sa *Ir to tbetrone oontUinueAsVWy-
l i' futise' tand, mer namislton and where ati nt momnin.,
Sppaared to ~ yI frightened. Ia' th pwrelaos the ohura bells
SMin8 Katkhwi rs,on the stand wornringlsg, there was muslAtn sth
and told i .t 0r. love affairs with r W st et of the various tows, and
h Doortttl o ld bt bow queerly a ma w Ae distributed to tly poor.
w t s ected at iese,, -, Lt-b capital was brilliantly Iat
S W, B.; Bloutt told about the ex. ad, there Wt& a great display I flt*'
1"Ut1 6 alm fti ad' sa Meie the sceae at works, regimental bands i hanblna
02y w b- t bopeo o on the naltt the through the 'streets, whb wore
S .A Inflern"al Mbl if its work. thronged and the cafes were oowd-
Wi s one of the mt Bea- Some of ie most important evi- ed until ahnost daylight. ,
S t $as eyr., been "terd i dence trs that of the olty.detectives By the king's order, a suapteuosu
i f the city, The min who who wqrked64I the case. They told supper was prepared at midnalght for
tider snohW a hIWVy bond of admi"cis' madee by Bush and of the troops composing the paMlons
rpd with t Uewleptsi to w the str ange ay he acted when Doo- throufheout Spain. Dawn was break-
Swhole fMaly *i. g&.e`tally little was sacosed of being implicat- lig whoe the weary crowds sought
woumua, bI pe "' yo00011 d in the eritnl. ,. % their homes.
**ted t hlo* tWr whom he Withal, it is, one of the strangest Queen Victoria and her baby pa-s*
FJBa "y ia "a P. am affairs that has ever hapr.ened in At- ed a satisfaclory night, and the con-
believed to a un astur- ana. dition of both the mother and child
C LOSpEL WATOED BY POLIC wa piPonounced to be excellent.
-faB All 1 .
U900p l all f$604$ Of the lan seoli aDemoeats tDiscues the Suits Breught Against.
Ush ad bsoom oaJl with Program for Propagt da, Waeington, May 13.-Atmg the
ao blow Miss Ka At i Pla og My 1am 3.-eo p aan saulto which the attorney gnsral has
Sterlty with a n democrats who recenuty arrive directed to be brought against rail-
te, because l dem to boldrt cowho reses ar ive coer- road companies for violation of the
4am wa about to wiS 80 ru1g.dally with their compatriots and afety appliace law and the num-
p from him, the s aOO weut dre being closely watched by pollee ber of violations charged agaist each
Itl n the proper and ordinary sad reporters. It is impossible, company the S llowing; Atlanti
'le of s*mb tragedies; but the however, to get definite reports of Coast Ut.e aitsi to be boraght in
tn the case, which wa t their 10 though t s d they dstrct o eor nd
by the recorder Friday at- are discussing a program for a prop- o In southern lorida; Seaboard Air
9,\was intended to bring out the agenda' throughout Russia, and delib- Une, two 1to northern Georgia; lAuls-
Pred Bush was so deeply at- eratlag on the policy to be followed ville and Nashville, four In southern
Obarlie Doillttle that he tried by the social democrats In the lower Alabama; Mobile and Ohio, six I.
a home and murder a boute* house of the Russian parliament. northern Alabama, and one in South-
gather than become separated They are also praiuing to'bhold an- ern Alaama._
youth with whom he had been ual meetings, like the trade's union Whik League C.
several years, and for whom congress. Most of the delegates rep- N ew York, May 1.-Cogey f-

tio0a was almost a mania. resent the professions, with Jesw pro- New York. May 13.--otyingl fa-i
*t was ber and reared In At- domlneting. Poles and Itts come tigue, 1,400 women battled for six-
HIs father was a railroad con- next, and s6me of them are reputed hours Friday 'lh theanal rounds of-
M Amay years ago. He was to be ex-Siberlana. There are seoy- the woman's whist league's post f-
Id tear Grant park, and not very oral women among the delegates. mouse congress, which concluded Sat-
Et e eemne of the recent ex- urd'y afternoon with one combina-
His home was near that tion team and pair toney at the
tale's, and be and the boy ERUPTIONS INCREASING. Waldorf Astoria. The attendance
-leda when they were both at the game has been phenomenal.
a. Por while Bush l .r Mounts Stromb6ll and Aeta. Causing The Brooklyn trophy was won by the
h Doolittle's Iamily. lght Wdlepread Terror. Hamilton club of St. Louas and the
bhe rented a room. and Doo. Measina, Italy, May 13.-Craters Quaker City trophy by the Caveadish
e been rooming With him have opened in o qouat, Autas and 'club of Philadelphia.
I It-wa his Influence ever Stromboll, whose eruption are In-
that auased as much talk la Creasing. Big Legey fer College.
Jnmly. The obeervatorlei of Messina and New York. May lt.-Ambheret col-
uaittle told tothing orlmlaatiag Catalina continue to register earth loe is to beneft by the will of the
at hs bushinMes partner and warm abhoeks. but they are very light, late Edward W. Currier to the amount
d AM the reorer remarked. The alarm of the population of this of about $500,000. Mr. Ourrier was
14 all he oould to leld Bush fro Ishlad is growing. especially among a menmber of the class of 'P and died
rm of the law. If the story the lnhabitate of the villages In the twelve months ago. He left o.00,-
y DOolittle's relatlTe It true. It 'luxuriant aone saroud Mount Aetna, 000 to his alma mater, subject to the
l ave been that ubtie Influence although the director of the Cata ina life interest of a relative. She has
U the) believ vsek always had observatory, which is not far from the died recently and the college comae
nslittle that made him try to voletao, has assured the people that Into its legacy. Mr. C(rrter wa the
p the man who was charged with they are In no danger. son of Nathaniel Ca rter, eenlor part-
to murder his Mthart, The emoket and ames issulag from ner of the Arm of Currier & Ivle, the
roe main crater Ot Mount Aetna are fhaous art engravers.
eetweart of Miss Mo othy isaible for a long distance. .
was brought out at the trial that Afaama Odd eli Me.
tle U now, or waa h th Amerea Troub in Trkey. Deeatr, Ala., May 1.-When the
er was attempted, MIs MeQi* Constantlnople. May 13.--4e re- Ity-v*esth eesio Of the grand
Ssweethea rt. T1hey vwoet e(val of the dlsablMttles eader which lodge of Independeet Oter of Odd
t o be married. And there too Aerlnoan mtislonary heItUttiOs Yehnws mnet hero en the 14th. iCb
an who was charged with tryin T rkey have heretofore labored, and 1lth of the nireMeat amath one al

p o w in to e te r al t y t h e y o u n e w o - -- . . .. . ..
hom ooitt o has c memeed. the ports havag ts-' the most important qelsions tbat
little 1alle could to shield ea tastruo'ons to repeal eWrtin will come before the meeting and:
little did h d to eld a taeous measureSe It 1 one whibl this metlag will be called
believed to be guilty et th hoped that the embassy oldals will upon to deseMl* will be he location ei
c view. There was a chQte IL a few days r"e the oaelusatoa Of an orphans' bore for Se order. ev-.
giving evidence to convict a the tbrmalitiea leading to the *- eral towns la Alabaa will be catli.
who wast belhl vet to aIe gaI ,ttWo'eat O toAe eaa me- dates for the home.
That tri4d to bring t tabtsbesae the aame butasis A the ,
thl his intended bride, o an. ..o* o sh i IoSouth Gr aterpse.
pen ,i.g g .. ros et S aod oth
that would sbield the '0 ina W ichita. Kans., M"ea l.-W.i
bm htar. It was appar- Wichia. Kans.. May 1.-W. R
i oIttlo eboee the laeat-' h.- aanksaof Titta. aid J. L. Phillip$
Oe r the 1 prioa Cortelye oW'aft *. and J. Gordon. ti Tbomasariie.
woMan New York. ,May 1LI. *eari ry l ave pvrceased'a trot d timber of
int the or~t 0oo the Treasury Cortel hbi.sta U M 20. acres. .lyta between
e By or.m e eof the cot:Mo at Bay ek. tht eity a4n Taeltaaieei. P .a& and
to r e aw tW al H UnatlWon. ljoa. t for Lgrpra ti de tader te

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Thaoas U. flmder, f*rty oq
.bas, Ga., l
by suing A/former *p o t
trtor RHtcheok* for $10,000 In Joa-.
neetion with' a' streaous and pro
longed fght against the ethical oo.,
iors Of Hot Sprins, whoa he clamle
wee In a conspiracy to ruln him,
wa*qprbably fatally stabbed late -.
Mriday Mternocn by Dr. A. U. Wh-
Hams, on9 of the Wealthlest and mo4t
prominent phyaldans of Hot Sprluia
The stabbing followed an ashult oa
Dr. Willlams by Rider, who. meeting
Dr, Williams la the corridor of the
Kemper building, 'whore Rider's of-
Seei are located, struck Williams sev-
eral violous blows on the head and In
the mouth.' Williams drew a pock-
et kaife and stabbed Rider in the ab-
domes, inflicting lajuries which phy-
siqans ay will probably kill him.
Wlliams attributed the assault to
the promIhent part bebhas taken in
the crusade against drummingg" 'doo-
tors. He was not seriously Burt.
Dr. Rider has been debarred from
prescribing the hot waters from the
government reservation for over a
year, and to his struggle to practice
here has carried suits to the wupreme
court of the United, States, and has
lain In' Jail, refusing to pay fines. He
was apparently prosperous, andA has
spent thousands of dollars In his fight
%or what he considered his rights.
Dr. Williamst o not been arrested.
litensoe. excitement prevails here, and
news from RJde's bedside is eagerly
Souht. _



tMa-t g Longshoremen Present
Undaunted Front.


RaUrade Are Beginning to Refuse
Freight Intended for New York, S1
Great Is the Congestion Resulting
from the Strike.
'New York, May 13.-Arb!trat.. n i
beWng breached to end the 1lo0g::r.:e.
aom'a strike, but there is leit:e
as yet, et ani negotiations b!ng e-.
tered upon by the parties to the c .
The National Civic Federation hu
been sounding the representative of
the steamship oompanles an the
strikers' leaders, but its efforts have
been almost negatTve.
The strikers present an unl.rin'ed
front, and rely as a last r, .rt on
sympathetic strike by unions affi:ated
with theirs.
Melatime the ocean freight busi.
ness la all but demoralized, and the
monetary loses are becoming e:rr-

Rallroads, It Is report(l, are be-
ginning to refuse freight hill l to this
port, and the big exporting oiLu.es
tr6 showing signs of uneasiness, in-
asmuch as they stand liabli have
to store and pay for the fre-.ht re-
fuaed by the steamship companrei.
The rafiroads also are in a prdlica-
ment as tons of freight, especially ot

Then Twice Attempts to Take His grain consigned to
Own Life. from here, is trav
Augusta, Ga., May 1.-Henry and tie congestloi
Chipman, after making an attempt great that it is a
to take the 11fe of his young daugh- be done with the
ter, between 6 and j o'clock Friday Eurbpean house
evemag, made twp nearly successful hoer with inquiry
efforts to kill himset la'the poltee shipments.
The first attempt was made shortly .rripple Creo
after he was locked up. He took the Cripple Creelt,
leather belt which held up his trous- beginning of wor)
ers and hung himself with it. He ejected Oripple Cr
was cut down Just In time, and the was celebrated he
leather belt was taken away. tivitles participate
Less than an hour from that time prominent mining
the Jailer passed down the corridor "th leading cities
and -found Chapman gasping as he state. The tun
slowly twistet-a heavy cotton hand- permit the opening
kerchief about his neck.- The fixed tory coatainlng,
stare of death was already forming over 1200,000,000
In his bloodshot eyes. and will prolong
Chipman was removed to the coun. Cripple Creek.
tv al ______ -
Twe Tras De fr
Twice Tries elelde* New Ye May

Wrightsville, Oa., May 18.--Priday
A. Walker, who lives mar Spana, in
this county, attempted to take bhi
own life with a Marlin repeating ashe
gun, and after falling in the first at-,
tempt, was la the eat of giving a
second one when his eon-in-law, Mr.
organ. entered the reom and pro-.
veates him. The shot tore a lo0g.1
deep wound through the back of his
bead, but not entering the cavity. He
was brought to this city,. whore his
wound was dreaees ad he will soon

Commander Beoth ees Wed.
New York. May 1t.-Ommoa4em
Dvaagellte ABoth. heed of the Salv~.
tioa Army orcea n A'to em es, has left
the city for an eateade tour la the
west. Miss Booth d 01 Ia e l dress.
ei ti the a0owit cities la the ordes
named: St. Loua, Kanmas City,
DeeMolaes, Peoria, Chicago, Deaves
Los Angeles,. "a Jose, fta Fran-,
clace. Portland apd battle.

Wants To Sell reat Meaeles.
New York. May 13.-The World
nays that C(irle HTI. Schweb wasat
tA sell his n.a, I..'-.oin i the fter.
aide Drive, and baa played tit ta th
bats aof beekers. T bheoe. Mth
Iu ftnsA imihgs. am sad t have h
3.s*.Mw: Mr. Seobhw. mastsk
to the Wo tI ured e S.li g
mg hebme. mat4 wis ae to oeU, t
elm^---'^*M^ -
ONO ^.BaA ^_c, *.

them for shipment
elinag to New York,
n here is already so
question what shall
Incoming gpxs
a are f',Jiing firms
lea about expected

ek Celebrates.
Colo., May 1.i--The
k on the :,ng pro-
eek drainaice iunoel
re Saturday by few-
ed in by the mrot
and busine-. men of
and towns in the
nel will di1rn an4
g up of virgin 'arri-
it Is rttmatei'
worth of pgd ore,
the mini:; life of

im His Burns.
13.-Stephen Mat-

therso, a coffee Importer., w' e
home In Platbush, was dest ;e.J Y
lire early Thursday, died P Fry
night as the result of burns and in-
Jurles receive while rescuing h:;. 1fe
and children from the flames. Mr.
Mafthereon was 86 years old I.nrli'
Pte Tre, Mrs. Ada Deppin, of !>u
ville, a gesat of the family., wa S af

hoeen Visiting Professor,
Cambridge, Mass., May l3.-P~'
fensor Wiliam Henry Se.bofle'.. Pi
feoer of cooaratve literature a'
Harvard nlversity, haa been coIf
vialting professor at ohe univeSltY
Berlin for te aMsdateic rea
and 190. Professor Schofe l soe
to the Gerema university Ir. exchs
for a profemor who comP '-*
iastitutlon to Harvard tB a'
with a cuasm establlbed trlle .t'e

Shees Wife; Kilts S^".
Wichita, Kans.. MU. 11
lPtoa, who Priday nigh: mra.o u
tempt o the life of his for "
commiWtted suicide 9arn "
Jag himself. ji body W" fj -
te ramued yarde four h;oe ,
wheew he atItoa Mrs. F'uo a
0et her tre tiaes. Th* ',,
iqg dao sly lnjured.
the a crowd

-" AaM. May 1. --- "A

4tk.i ?.imdl Nay -o e
Vdim' ehm srn G o G

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LecotUre at Audit&
Wednesday Evenin

-. .r,, r.

r Prfbble Has Mead ,L 4
Careful Study, and W O
earers of Man TME Wlb

Ss the f ot
SoWu'y i .tMme it
Inmnmt Ihm, whiInvst
Okeol Oi xseet of the
R, i deli., He is deeply

H ..1d' .a" X tnAet, tnis

A:nd be4bptoide to tell the
Sas, neevll a ind vicinity a
about the eamuiotto, its
Sd its practtlio, before he
I city, p w eml as to the
of this pbst.
Intention ib oft Prof. Pribble
.i| addro, bmore re the pub-
rtowig ttbhe approach
me0t exerciatse which
ieed materIailyt, not w
raU ble at this tml
b. e will deliver his lecture
alMitorlem of the Galesville
4: ol High School on Wedoes-
sg under pubtln auspices,
4 public' will lae Invited.
'Pribble's lecture wsll be a
Illustration a d demonustra-
the 'public at large, as
explain the questloa of disease
fn by those little pests,
l. to be found in every section
l try, more especially in the
,g States, where they
Se In. eloellent prolific

.Pribble, who is not only a well-
luraUst, but a musician as welti
se-ted to give a musical re-
iU ilhen bneeft of the ladies.
l iE epod-nature4 Professor hap
.L"'Tour-M" meeting-man, ma-
hoshtuito, musio.
l public II cordially Invited to
a.P4 bear Prof. Pribble, who
without charge. Every pub-
ted citizen should not fall to
the separate resolutions of
VlOle in reference to this nmattel,

To Augusta, Ga.
lf Pullman buffet *leptolg ear
jo#Jeonv1ille, klaapte Coat Line and arriues
Sthe Oex t moraMON at 7:40s m.
tmd o reservatloon see the
is O*sat Line erents or write
H- 0 BnrlsQn. DIstriet Paen.
AQphl &llnt o Ocwi L0ne, J ck.

tjnolk alike fto'n the rut.
*ide-byt a glance on the
ntiide will o001vins you that

Kiard Cleanable
~a of its own; to others
i t-na other will do for
HWUI. It is the world',
=tamdaMd today. Why


-I" W"a One Week

"I had gosea saty fifteen years.
Te =we hands arms
inter time and were
I cy, and I
otd keep from_
had to kep both"


Contractor Gaskins and Force Have
Been Busy Removing Structures.
Contractor Gaskins, with a large
force of men, has been busy for the
past few days tearing away and re-
moving the East Florida Seminary
barracks,. which for the past quarter
of a century or more have figured
prominently in the educational Inter.
eats of the State.
From the old Seminary, which was
one of the oldest and most influential
educational institutions In the State,
has come some of the State's bright-
est and moat Influential men, In civic,
military, professional and other lines.
From this institution the tnlted States
Army has been strengthened. a num.h
ber of officers of the regular army
having received their graduating
papers here.
While Gainesvillecan boast of the
University of Florida, we can never
forget.the old East Florida Seminary,
which for years was the pride of the
people of the State, and which Institu-
tion probably turned out more useful
Fraduates than any other college in
he State.
The barracks were purchased a few
weeks ago by J. A. Phifer and J. W.
Iilndinig, and the lumber will be used
In constructing residences In other
spetionhs of the city.

West Main Street Jeweler Who Dis.
appeared Has Not yet Returned.
The question yet is, "where is O.
C. Colenui ?"
Mr. Colenian drifted into Oalncs-
vllle mysteriously several months ago.
opened a watch repairing and novelty
store in the Williams block, opposite
the Browa House. and started out In
a very creditable style. He appeared
to be a good fellow, a man of energy,
and was apparently doing well. when
he stkddenly closed his place of bustl-
n5a abMd left for parts uakown.
there was apparently no reau forn
Air. Coleawn'a peuliar actlaon as hl
I ft under obligations to no one. For
two weeks his store was not moletet.
that pcirtln of the stock left being
Intact. Up1m ia. departure he left
severall dofatm' worta of goods. aed
his action Is to say the MaSt pea.umW
As far as could be learned. be 4 1"
owe a penny to the city. eM the e
cause for his eb de
these ef. r aisuab Is.,
Adv ^ ^ ^ jffi pl fi

A F ,

Member 6f !ih Crew Foll Overb i
and OthereWVent to SIdo of si
WhIch oC0)ed Craft to Careei, ma
Party Wi DPumped Into the RIve
nformatim has reached this cl
through the Ameriean-Greek newea
pers to the e*ect that Andrew "K
vurkes and Dodfues Dlmidrion, tv
Greeke who formerly resided A th
city, the former being the propriety
of the Kandy Kitchen, were drowns
in crossing the Sacramento river,
California, about two weeks ago.
The men it appears were engag
in some construction -work. The
were in the boat about twenty, atos
ing the -river from some suburb
'Sacramento, when one of the men wi
overturned, falling into the water. ]
rushing to the side of the sma
craft, which was a naptha launch, th
craft was careened, and the remaind
of its occupants were dumped into tl
water. The two' named were drowns
before they could be rescued.
Andrew was well known and pop
lar here, hence his death will be r
gretted. He was for a lopg tim
here, and only a few months ago d1
posed of his interests at the Kand
Kitchen and left for California, feelir
tat he could do better in the Wes
He was a young man of energy an
ambition, and his sudden ending wa
regretted by his friends here.

I .... *'k. .

Chronic tf *"6iess l.d 'y ,'pollutedan
The Wlood is14 LA w~'tK*1 it waich r
~fed ino the ~llctB itio, until all the surr,'"," :'
become asked d an s a'An obltiate. and peruanttit ","
S Every ym toipof an old ticer t gc sts llWtion; the dischar..t tr-
angry lookfgtlesh.tbeiBamaton and discoloration of surrou: l :
pd, tll show that the ualet ii prelated from heating by the const.., t
, through itof inmpuitil froenm thelold. T-Ti impure condition uf ..
may be hereditary, i kybetie .remalsn" of some constitution ; .
*d or the effects of a lon psl n..es, leaving disease germs in tse
pr. pr the absorptift otote ret e of the body which has not b eci r i
expelled through tenaturalNchatls. ]Itwhatever the cause tLe '.'y
Rso weakened and polluted that a does nCt properly nourish a,nl1 s e
*- the place, and the sor ca tot heAl. 9alvs, plasters, lotions, etc., k e
a sore or ulcer cleai, reUlive pain, and perhas reduce inflaiumati,,n i CJ,
wo never emaaeutly eal them becausethey do not reach the b0o). '- ,
go goes down to the very fouatain-head of the trouble, drives out a':
or and ermsa, builds p the weak, sluggish blood, gives energy an 1 i
'd to the system, and by sendinagl Irh, .talthy stream of blood to ,
parts, allows the ulcer to heal naturally and permanently. Nothil jt ;
n inherited taints like S. 8.8. It cleanse the circulation of evert t e
hereditary disease or impurity, and those who have nursed and tr~a i '.
ed sore for years will experience good results as soon as the s.t(:n 1-'i ,
re influenced by S 8. 8. Book on Sores and Ulcers and medical ad .:
ms.. all who -write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAN'I'A, "Ct






Second Semester Drawing to a Close.
Interesting" College Matters.
The second semester of the Univer-
sity is now drawing to a close. The
Seniors are standing their examina-
tions this week in order that they may
get through and prepare their
speeches for commencement. The
rest of the students will take their
examination next week.
Next year the University will have
four scholarships of $100 each to offer
deserving students. One oI given by
the Board of Trade, one by the Board
of Control, one by the faculty, and
one has just been added by the Kirby
Smith Chapter of the Daughters of the
The military band is practicing
daily now and is improving rapidly.
Captain Cox and Dr. Flint take lead-
ing parts and are doing their best to
make the enterprise a success.
Lieutenant Ball. who was called to
Little Rock on account of the illness
of his wife, has returned and reports
that his wife is much better.
Many of the students joined the
Sunday schools of the town In plc-
nicking at Worthington Springs last
Last Saturday afternoon was given
over to aquatic and military sports
and contests. he swimming pool
was the scene of lively contests in
swimming, diving, tub races. etc.
There were contests also in marksman-
ship with the rfle and pistol.
The Board of Directors of the
American Short Horn Breeders' Asso-
elation, Chicago. desring to introduce
short born cattle into the South, have
decided to donate one bull and two
heifers, from twelve' to eighteen
months of age, to some of the agri-
cultural colleges of the South that are
willing to accept them and keep them
In a condition of flesh that will render
tflem useful for class work and as a
means of advertising the breed. They
have written to know If the Universlty
of Florida would accept the offer and
an affirmnative answer has been given

Melrose. May ll.--On and afterr May
1. the poitoffice will opli at 6:30
a. m.. the mail leaving at :{o a. m.
Mall will arrive at 4.p. m.: office clos-
ing at 5:80 p. m. Patrons 111 'lease
govern themselves aecordlinaly.
The Sunday sbcool pkclei which
was postpioned lat week. will be held
at For's Spring mI Tiursday. May
16. An are cordially lanvted.
W. Riles and tfawily of New Smyrna
are visiting Mrs. 1. BaMwn.
The town council met in reg-
lar se"lom on May 6th to transact
roetue buatmees oaly.
M. C. W. Rodgers sam daughter of
Uve Oak. saaW Ima 4. UarobalL
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Look for the Coca-Cola Crown and Label and you are
pgutanteed the be t drink of Coca-Cola obtainabe. The
pro=ortionato ingredients are always exactly correct, in-
suring you a good, uniform drink all the time; no over
s weetefnig, under carbonating or poor m:xig to contend
with. Call for the bottled product always, and keep your
refrigerator stocked. Bottled and guaranteed by the
KJacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

Tea Chewing Habit.
"I had an odd case of tea chewing
the other day." said a physician. "The
man was yellow and emaciated. He
had been chewing China tea for seven
years. He said that at first tea chew-
ing had had a wonderfully stlmu!ating
effect on him.
"'I drank In those days.' he admit-
ted frankly, 'and sometimes I would
turn up at the shop after putting away
twenty or twenty-five beers, with only
three hours of sleep to my credit. Nat-
urally I'd feel needy; hbut, sir, by chewv.-
ing a few mouthfuls of tea I'd become
almost as alert and fresh as ever
again.' %
"As the habit grew on the man,
though, its stnimulating effect died. It
finally failed, to stimulate him at all,
but without it be was nervous, he got
headaches, and he had no appetite. Of
course I advised him to abandon tea
chewing-tn abandon it gradually.
What Interested me in his case was
his claim that in tea shops-be worked
in a tea shop-the chewing the
leave was a fairly common thing"-
New Orleans Times-Democrat.

Notice Is hereby riven that W. S. Broome.
purchaser of Tax Certoesate No. 7 T.
ated the 6th day of July. A. D. 151-. has
:ed aid oentioate in my ofce. Md
has made application for tax deed to asla
accordance with law. Bald certifiese em-
brace the following described property alu-
ated In A4aehua county. Florida. towit:
Sw 1-4 of ge 1-4 See. 13, Tp. 10 .. R. 1--40
The said land bemin eased at the date of
the Isesace of su h oartiaate nl the name of
u. W. Imery
atem said oertfiae shall be redeemed *o.
eordtw to law. as deed will ue hbereon on
the l1th day of June. A. D. 110.
WitessM W7l st, pasture and seal t*
the IIth day of Mar. A. aa sah.
pl Clerk Ctrenutth Oo Ataebus Co.. ris



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Today.-S*.everaf5 sel^wd rc't- ..piW g. ^w
Monday Afternoon Sael t, is that evidencee of sterling worthP
t Monday r. Is It a wonder that we recommend a
The sond week of the sprig ter ~g tor of such known quality to out
ho oJu. ay tbousad of patrons
of the Circuit oCourtO f ltb JIu W Ofeuarantee for I
i Circuit in and tor a
caty o ened Monday afternoon at m "ODORLESS"
ok pursuant to adjournment of O am~ a$ ft"
.o the Vast. we, ,with. s t t
nor T. Willss and Stat Attdney ,s-e.e e s WS
1ocor J.- T. I e ," out
V. Long present. t h e c utaMIMe
The first business befor the oourt, tl
Was the return of the veaire, and the 4 ~ YVW S
following were selected as jurors from M feect refrigerator in every r
following were selected will interest every housekper ito
this venire, others having been Oexcus- mud a ir refrigerator
9d for various reasons: ATMo. suA ee ron wTN As ita
B. F. Dyes, H. M. Moran, W. P. a ~MeMA1aiuans epaoNV
ve J" W. CWhamberlin, T. L. ,', 'e ma ua
iton, J. R. Williams and 0. M.
STjlluian. '
Whereupon the Shertff was instruct-
ad to issue another special 4enlre, the
oine returnable Tuesday morlng at

The following cames were iasposed
of: Cr company
State vs. L. C. Ellis, continued for
terlD. ygggs U
State vs. Harmon hathcock, assault PheM 7
with intent to murder, bond estreated
ad alias capias ordered, dfW OF CITY AdD
State vs. Bob Conne, concealed COUNTY CONDENSED
weapons, appealed from justice peace
onurt. appeal dismissed upon motion J. 8. Goode left yesterday for Tam-
,of appellant. pa on a brief business trip. Mr.
State vs. N. R. Staggers and Sucky Goode owns considerable real estate
XcKelthen, breaking and entering In the South Florida city, which 's
always car and receiving stolen paying him handsomely.
ods nol pressed by State. G. W. Miller of Trenton, member
State vs. George Wigfall forgery, of the frm of W. Miller Co.,
l pronssed by 8tated u general merchants, Is'in the city. Mr.
Whereupon court adjo rned until 9 Miller was formerly connected wi(h
o'lock the tax assessor's office here, and
eae of State vs. Sam Wright, criminal the tax assessor's office here, and
his old friends are glad to see him.
gmsult upon a female child under the
Age of ten years, will be taken up. R. L. McKinstry has been appointed
agent of the Tampa and Jackbonville
SUNDAY BAPTISMS. railroad temporarily, to fill the posi-
tion of Agent J. Fletcher Hill, who
Eleven Candidates Received the Rite is off on a leave of absence. Mr. Me-
at the First Baptist Church. Kinstry is a thoroughly postoi rail-
At the First Baptist church Sunday road man, and will fll the position
evening there were no regular serv- with efficiency and satisfaction.
kIes owing to the fact that the pastor,
Rev. 8. B. Rogers, was not sufficiently YOUR GRANDMOTHER USED IT.
well to deliver a sermon. As was an-
1ounced, however, thA'e were many But She Never Had Sulphur in Such
candidates for baptism, and Mr. Rog- Convenient Form as This.
ers, not withstanding the fact that he Your grandmother used Sulphur as
was very unwell, administered the her favorite household remedy, and
rite to eleven candidates. so did her grandmother. Sulphur has
The church was well filled, and been curing skin and blood diseases
many who arrived late were compelled for a hundred years.
to stand. But in the old days they bad to take
Dr. Rogers, In his usual Impressive powdered sulphur. Now IANCOCK'8
manner, performed the rite of bap- LIQUID SULPHUR gives It to you in
Uti following a song service. He the best possible f6rm and you get
tao very weak at the conclusion, but the full benefit.
ipres, teabled to officiate at this meeting. and OINTMENT, quickly cutre E.
Dr Rogers, who has been Il1 for seqv. see, Totter, Salt Rheum and all
wai ks, has been Ptattd a six- Skin Diseases. It cured an ugly ulcer
months leave of absence by his con. for Mrs. Ann W. Wllett, of Washing.
Pration, and expects to leave Il a ton, D. C., In three days.
1e ',ayh for some point where he' Taken internally, It purifies the
Cli r. cleprate. He announced, how- blood and clears the complexion.
C'r 't on Thursday evening of lth Your druggist sells it.
JF'? rY..-k he will administer bap- Sulphur Booklet free, If you write
M"f other candidates who could HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR COM-
ot ,. ;pr.f.nt at the service of Sun- PANY, Baltimore.

P'sCp-al Council at Hely Trinity Sunday Night Marriage.
Church. On Sunday evening at half-past
T" six fourth annual council of 8 o clock Archie McCollum and Miss
tw L; .-,ral Diocese of Florida will Pearl Smith were united lu the holy
"on Holy Trinlty church on bonds of matrimony at the Presbyter-
w:" +.' y morning, and will con- lan parsonage. Rev. Those. P. Hay per.

. i -,'-ion until Thuraday night forming the ceremony.
braces all that part of Mr. McCollum is a young man eml.
. ing north of the line made played by the Galnesville and Gulf
', ,thern boundaries of Levy, railroad in the mechanical department.
I'utnam and tL Johns coun. His bride has not been a resident of
''l"-gates are expected from Gainesville for a great while, but Is
ii ; ient point in this terry. quite popular here among those who
I lon to the lay there wlld ow ahr.
two bishops and all nbe
*'. are able to att In Declaree a Per Cent.
.. with the coauac there Dawson, Ga.. May 18.-At a recent
he d a meet91ti oft oae iUng of ibe directors of the Farm-
A1 xil&iary Msl ry,0s1'r e Oil and Fertilizer company here
ViI hold its J as an a al dividend of S per cent waN
the of t lared on the eptal stock of SOf.-"

Iftka. _ag,, .j,.mi I du- e s. a ,.-.

It W" .nd 0b ,o
thought wtho *Orf t
'that gav% I Mt o0 the prettiest o
the tue AtrM* Waltesw. JoualA
Strauss al ( sre were omne day* *n*
joyiug a ='m l i*be pqk at ecoam l
when au tbe o er xcIa
ed: "My dear. I hat walts In mIn
Head. Qulck-Wve mda scrap of pD
per or an aM envelsp. I must write
It down Ibeto teoaet It," Alas,
after minch rmmoa of poelats It
was found that alter of them had a.
letter, not e*ve a tradesmang .biN.
Johianu StraM. masale Is coasWldeWr
light, but It welbed as heavy as lead
on his brain until he could transfer It
to paper. bta despair was pathetic.
At last a bhap thought struck Frau
Strauss. Se held out a snozy cut.
, The composer clutched It eagerly, and
in two mrtautee that euff was man*1
script. Its Mate followed. Still the In-
* piration was Incomplete. Strauu waa
* frantic and was about to nake a wild
dash for home with the third part oe
b his walts ringing uncertainly In hib
head. Ills own linen was limp, Color.
calico. suddenly lhis frau betfout
herself of her collar, and il an Italste
the remaining bars of "The Blue Dean
nbe" decorated It surfhee.


Growing girls need care, advice and medicine,
especially on reaching the age of puberty. A
mother's tender care and words of caution will
often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a
gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic is
Wine of Cardui,
It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the
functions, clear the complexion and strenrthen'
the constitution.
it is a valuable medicine for growing girls. |t .
has tided thousands over a critical period, sitfj
saved them from years of suffering. It can nevii

do harm and is sure to do good.
A relief or cure for all female disorders in

and women. ,
At every druggist's in $1.00 bottles.

Clear, Simple Common Sense Applied i O
to the Business of Life. -
There are two reasons why man
should not worry, either one of which *aI M. uAAX, PresidetS
must operate In every Instance-first. u. W. W. DI. Viee.Pre-id
because he-cannot prevent the results
he fears; second, because he can pre-
vent them. If he Is powerless to avert
the blow, he need perfect mental con- T
centratlon to meet It bravely, to light-
en its force, to get what salvage bhe OF GA
can frrn the *reck, to sustain hisT
strenghli att time when he must ** UNITED ST
'plan a new future. If he can prevent QLP.ta .
the evil be fears, then he has no need
to worry, for he would by so doing u*pIus ... .
be d! siiatng energy in his very hour faterse Paid on Savings Aceot
of nC'le. TIA
To ut.re oneself of worry is not an
easy t.vr'. It Is ot to be removed Ina
two or three applications of the quack -
medl(hi e of any cheap philosophy, but R
It requires only clear, simple common I S M E R
sense applied to the business of )fe.
Man has no right to waste his own en- Zeta
rges to weaken his own powers and and
Influence, for be has Inallenable duties n
to himself. to his family, to society and
to the world.-Willam George Jordan
In "The Klagship of Self Control." *m ilod

Readily Yield to Soethag, Healing HlBlghk mldke price pa
Treatment of Hyomel. A 0optof ltok of Sal., Oon
Bronchial troubles are purely local, Qad RI. We hdale oal
They cannot bp helped by stomach 3IT tIOl aa^
dosing. They are caused by irritation
In the air passages and can be reliev-
ed and cured by medicated air alone. T--A
In this lies the secret of the great suo,
cess of Hy-o-me in the treatment of
bronchial troubles.
The Hy-o-mel medication, laden *
with nature's remedies, Is breathed
through the neat pocket inhaler that
comes with every outfit reaching ev-
ery part of the bronchial tubes and
killing at once the disease germs.
It allays all irritation and heals the -A,
Inflammation of the mucous membrane
with astonishing rapidity.
Treatment with sprays, douches an e a I
atomizers in bronchial troubled ist o0
demned by the best physicians, as
they cause further irritation.
The rsat breath of Hy-omel's medi-
cated air seems to soothe the Inflam- Se slbaab Ieem
teSmoom beamk. asb
matlon, stop the cough, and thus re' rcedd sa f.mmWte erm
lef soo=n becomess permanent and a ***wo e ealtuis thei alsi
cure realts.
Hy-oieli has made many remark-
able our"s in the worst and most
chronic form of bronchial trouble

and is sold by J. W. McCouum -
with the same guarantee as he
gives when Hy-o-mel is purchase
(d for catarrh, that Is, to refund the
money ton ease the remedy does not
give satisfaction. The eaoplete outfit
costs $1.00

Removing the slot.
A woaaur, wa, trying to lift a big
blot of Ink from a letter with a pIPce
of blottflg .pap'r. with the usual sult
of making tihe blot bigger and ogler
than at r.t. **Lt me show you bow
to do that," said her frieI, '"I learned
the trick in a stati" r's shop In Loua
dea last year. YTu Just moistec the
corner of thi blotter rt to et Itt
started *sta then apply it to the in
spot. Tbrr.' Isn't It wonderful bow
clean It takes it all upr-N-w Tort

am~y 5Wal 5 isp'
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Try it.

H. E. TA~me, Cum"iw
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ants and Oertifloate of Deposlt. All
mkaassed Promptly.

R. Z. TAYLOR. OshkaL

Wlen and Jobben to

Fancy Groceis

i told Ild Fertilizeris
d for Chiekens. Kags sad other P 1det
, "Oa, flour, Bra, Meal, Oo0
I the VRYI B IT ood0 s t OheW
Guarantee atisf t1 sln slw4,

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04 P IR

I y

wstkl apemt4 oeflag edptQ the e (ated
.skOtpresset.tt ..is I.

the behavir p oern wi tre a t
t k, andd 1ed hii, bes te .t

Wit ... the .eo t1611 8 ,
re'i f ,aet chamber to l oat
h btlp me ihar lateret being 'e alteS
d ft few mx oofw the old palace of West-
Kde ml/tIr, -aft for centuries wa 1o.-
,4Sfo e tinot a 4 ,pepar ft t rom al e e a be7.
"ir *u lle 5t that the Maniy in the old palace hAtd sia-
er san dli far t5om names, such As heaven
W w i ad prftA @ the Aoch cabif
tBheL ad The ndthem c hamber wanWM, by
,4 a l^W oP e ,Tfay Mgt the Abbot tifdFtou in 186 Wmd w0s so
#N6but AP* aThe hr at med from the colored Sa"u bought
MBS tlted Olwith fe g dy l oppaw if this lIS rot JelMal which de0iprutes t.
Thes omid s redtangular to shape,
S .Wlmt Isa thle wauWastcle4 with cedar sad other
lt Is," oI woods, he whlch were brought from
tef vt u of '"It e.r00 le11s of appetite the Ho* lAnd. The ceiling and the
Se ll raking upper part of the walls re trecoet
____ udoR s VIdc ould scael and here and there hang comet taipes-
,a IIO)-Ajk get, .W., tl tire, and wo out j | n!
S D Upon h arng of tries, which teary VII. p~ttUo the
these thl oop r New Disco*.t choir of the abbey, but whicbkh bYe
d rm i I those Oukirte ery other acted as Isince been removed to this room. The
S, Ate. wO I a It. By the time splendid cedar mantelpiece M put
Ala M .. the .rt goe my condition up in commemoration of theM aprlae
*$t 'o'1 s ed. I now feel I of Charlee I., then Prince Wals,
t oeyremy sayownEworkwith with the Princess Henrtetta Ma of
ethe ofty bit a th ks.'W 3W "" France. The carved and wooden beads
V Ohlety 4 I dAm Ind. 4l, on either eMside of the mantelsbelt reproe-
'io 1 I sent the Myal pair.
SA fp be r The <3Medatis's en One of the frescoes deploW King
ur. g U j za Henryu. IVM. who breathed hiselast with-
w ^un~s we. u i tn ee fw. their e ea. in thee w is in 1418. This event oc-
S eurred twobty-five years after the
0 117 05 sU O w S5 onJ IW UME 0 room was built and was doubtless the
Br. a egro, Who e opeod us- __ Anrst really'important incident in Itt

1a believed to be an eeho of
'of street cear eAploy.e. For
,i*ees the oars kave .bee opr.-
1||.sormnally, by Atrike breakers,
rlodi outbrskiAs of violence.
Friday anght a number of fire
M a1 n locomotives, were
a> ralthoad round bouse and
'Ao tracks of the car company
Sloatgomtry. They were
4 before damage was done.
% evo meuat has beef started by
itniy tbalels men' for-a mass
to take steps to protect
y and guard agalast lawless-

0+ Do You Love
baby? TYou Wonder why he cries.
a bottle of WhiWs Cress Verml.
sed h wil never cry. MoSt
1 ve worms. and the mothers
aow i t. Whte'a Cream Vennl-
te child of worms and cleans
ItaIte*m In a1 pleasant way.
mother should keep a bottle
Wmedoine the house. With
m aeed ever enter her mind.
S o. *old by W. M. Johnson.

I Mits IIeel everlngl Slowly.
.:.rllng Valley, Ill., May l.-Tbhe
l clan In attendance on President
Miltchel, of the United Minea
l union, say$ his patient is
tag strength every day. Mr.
I takes long sleeps. The
a from the operation are gone.
o expected Inal recovery will be
but all danger seea past.

Cause of Many
SSudden Deaths.
Thre is a disease prevailing in 'hiis
atr 'most dans erous becauseso decep-
tive. Many sudden
deaths are caused
by it-4-heart dis-
eae, pneumonia,
seart failure or
SOply are of an
ti e result of kid-
Bkidney trouble is
.... ed blood will at-
e vital organs. cauSiUg catarrh of
ladder, or the kidneys themsmlves
down l andaste away cell by telL
ladder troimll.s aluir-t'always reislt
a derantgetpnint of the kid it is obtniedl uit'kert bi y a 'proper
tent of tile k iltic\ I f you are feel*
badly you can iiakke noinistake b
Ig Dr. Kilmer', Swamp.Root, the
kidnue, liver aiid lladic. rentedy.
corrects inaisility to hil, urine aod
3t1gpai in ii ', i;. anrd ove.
that unpleaant ti, t'ie ty of bcing
ledl to go oftenll thlt.'gh the day,
get up mIlany ti.ti !urin the
rThe mld and the etaort'niary
W ( p-Rx V 6 t realix:.
the higbhet for i:,s v ndeirful
muoat disttesiu' cases ,
t is pleasant to take and is
l druggists i1 fttv-tilt liand
p4 bottles. You nutv have a
-le t1U woudtrfiul niew dit.
l, book that tells all alMut it,
adlbymail. Address. Dr. Kld-
Ilaghaastou, N. V. W'hen
reedisg thi. generous
Doau't make any

.Chicago Woman Seeking Revenge
Finds Herself Arrested.
Lonoiy, May 13.-According to the
Vienna correspondent of the Jxpreu,
Mrs. Wowanke, 'the wits of a Cbhoa-
go etmneer, has arrived at her par*
ets*" hol4 Is la'dwanits, 8lsellci;
under the curious charge of having
committed lose najesto in love let,
tesr she wrote two years ago.
Mrs. Wowsake, It is stated, was
originally bothrotheW to a Polo of the
same of Strobowski. The girl can-
colled the eagagement and went to
America where she married Mr. Wo-
wanke. Recently she went to visit
her parents. She wrote Btrobowski
In border to obtain revenge for hip
jitialg, and submitted to the public
private love letters written, It is al-
leged, by hie former sweetheart In
whbih she attacked the emperor's Po*
NMh Iolloy. Her arrest followed on
the eve of her return to Clieago.

history, for celebrated, Indeed sacred,
as the chamber has since become, at
its construction It was only Intended
as the withdrawing room for the
guests of Abbot Litlington.
King W enry, with the uneasy con-
science of a usurper and a supersti-
tious belief In a prophecy that foretold
his death at Jerusalem, decided upon
a crusade to the Holy Land. The cru-
sade, which the king deemed ample
a atonement for his sine, was, however,
too long deferred. Preparatory to leav-
Ing on hisa Journey to Jerusalem, while,
praying before the shrine of St Ed-
ward the Confessor In the abbey, he
was stricken with a mortal sickness,
and, In the words of the old,chronicle,
"they for his comfort bore him into the
abbot's place and laid him down be-
fore the fire in this'chamber."
On coming to himself and learning
that he was'In the chamber named
Hierusalem then said e- king, .Led
be to thee. Father of heaven, for now
I know that I shall die In th e.im-
ber, aceoditfg to the prophecy mide of
me before alid. that I should die In
Hlerusalem." And so be made himself

Contract for Girl's School. ready and died sh-tly after.
SAl Te body of AddlPjo lay in state in
ont1meT, lI., y 1.-' this ro!n, whenuce it *an borne at the
B. Spink' was on Priday awarded the dead of ni ht to It1 last rest pht
arhitect's contract for the new build- in the chapel of li"' ,: VI., the pro-
Ing to be erected by the ste for the Ie on pnaslns rouni, the ,hrin. ot Ed.
Girls' Industrial caol, at Monteval- ward the ('Aonf.or anld the c! lr 'oug-
lo, the price to be $300,000. The Ing a funeral hymn. From the, .crng.
plans provide for the erectioa of new salem chamber also the 1ody of Sh
blidlag to'lAnele 0N assembly hall Isaac Newton wan carried to the
Oe seat 1,300, (Urty ,ep)a reom,. 18 grave, the pall being borne by the lord
roms adMtieoal to the Dormltory, chancellor and by d('tes and earls.
these to aeOommedete 350 more girls;
a laundry buildlag, machine shops, Indlgeilon.
and boeler room, uad oteAr atdeom-,
ModUtnA needs, da t o 1be needed With its compantos, heart burn,
oon flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con.
-soon. ostlpation, palpitaUta of the heart,
N now In the Adieondaeka. poor blood, headache and other ner.
New York. May Sll.--ew and vou symptoms, sallow skin, foul
seasonably low temperatures wer re- tou ofalve breath and a legion
perted Saturday from polats In New other ailments, l ath one the most
York state and Now l24 dMA. AtIof otheraJlments, is &t one the most
Bston snat vicinitydOW hO a Aiht; widespread and destructive malady
On ha vy citn, ty following asw mightamong the Ameriean people. The Her-
of heavy rain, there was snow earlythi
In the day. auffleat to eorer thebin trestient w will 0e all the
ground. In the AdIrandlksa from I troubles. 50 bottle. Sold by W. M.
to 6 inches of show has fallen the Johnson.
last 24 bosia, and at Rome, N. T,,
there was a fall of 8 Inches of snow Increase of $1,000,000.
and the temperature was 84 degrees Montsomery, Ala., May l8.-WhIle
At Rochester, N. Y., the ground was the Ilgures have not yet been made
whitened with snow. in this ity 10, enough Is known to Indicate that
the tmetiwrature dropped 3 degrees the ae U m*ant of the railroad prop-
na 24 hours. ety of the state wil be increased
s* mutah.nt la n ia AA f kA* t-m

Stop Grumblln.
It you surfer from Rhematism or
paas, for Ballard'a Snow Linament
vl betag quick relief. It s a sure
W $Ft Sprains. Rhematsuma Oa*.
bleetd M le and an palns-awd
wthi the Nrech of alL. Price .So
IMt. a^C Q t. Smtth Tema, Te.
wra: "I have ued Ballar's heow
Udalmt in ar awaUy r ryems Ma
'tave tbI It a Lfte remey ftr aB
paes aad ~a I Moeeomtem It for
pan nsi is e OS st d 6 W. IL
Johama. ____
Ree*lved Wanmln; ReolgeS Ofes.
Yekabatostalav, Rams. May 13.-
The maor thise ety. M. Ama,
hatavg reeeldT a aoa" waslg tha
-te aitrs eea as s.. t a
ts 'M ts sh


Muwt Rev* LoambW am&--I OI sa' Hi
Ne K. Who at V...
Tho finest contow of a teoMale rae*, the
I~'m"'Otca uns of 0 fa mab rvoth. bowe
something it tbho ead b e.'-'ned with
*cMn hair. Scent mA 4f*ittnt h.Ir. it ,q
new known. tos osuemi Wa ;arasile itut
burrow* Into the so&V to tho root 6? the
hatr, wbere Rit mg tW~vtaluty. The lMt
tle whito fsemoe tiii.@or"a th'r~'wtup 14
hu'wvrowr ~are caved &ik.driff To ewre
dan1druff*r44MAMUntY. Ih*eI. and to stcp
f-tilne hslr, that '04rwa l'tat'*- kIlled.
suit oft b'he plad) lusatary. 6esatmro
tho dandruff gel seand.of cMurmsIt*"
Fold by leadine S .tsV& 10
et Xkl-sm~ b Mr Q,
$'a o n" :mb b "


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T wie muchkSivIwih susteut Iuwites
Xd. C. Nod, I5llow edgw ssu.,Z ol 44 going
shout on czutahqs to urhppa deal of pain.
I was induced to ty3l4s50Lniet, which
m4 mew after h~oIfebottles. IT ISTHII
aiausuMit W ;3i expres
1itbllgha bae Irren thewalk

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(Inooxr-pox'at 1al
Abstracts of Title and full information furniehed regarding iar(:< -, !
county, Oar manager hp liycd In this eounti thirty year s.o
is thoroughly conersant with land titles.

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senting k number of prominent American and Engiioh enrr.Lr.;.

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Lpks p~tg' feeto any r"A 4
sar 0' for dvelSY .dem retuigg V
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pj~d pon~ the C. to say r4 11

Isof $eSadVte prest, Mal
Ojwngcontrac6t. pslm OtIi
wm.qr~ t nanmP1AYfor elOnet

i-me uamuuvin -uu, w-. .
papers In the State, has put in
lInotype machine. We know what
t means in the way of. expense
also in the way of euIlpment.
Sun will now be better prepared
ever to serve the good bll'town
SGainesville. 'Mac,' like' the rest
Sus poor mortals, may have his fail-
Sbut if so they all lean towards
side of the interests of Gaineaville
d Alachua county.
"Nothing of an unclean nature or
calculated to stir up strife man Id
ne local bitterness is ever founn
the columns of The Sun. The bit-
t enemy of 'Mac,' if he has any,
ts a square deal in the paper. The
ews is trying to publish just such
Spaper as to local affairs.
"We congratulate the University
vn on having such a fair, square,
up-todate paper as The Sun.
Vt look for greater Improvements
ll, after the editor gets through
t his sentence at Tallahassee."

No wonder copper is high In price,
r he United Metals Selling Com-
ny has just declared a quarterly div-
d of $7.r59 pr $100 par value
e.e. This is at the rate of 30 per
pt pr annum and as all the metal
duced by the Copper Trust passes
glh the hands of the selling coin-
ly the price is advanced according-
Standard Oil Rogers controls the
ler trust and the selling company
thus ble'ds the public.

lSom of our VWall street magnates
wfolv by wrecking railroads,
Sothrs niake money by bwljg
after the wrecking has bep ac-
Ph'iin.d. by issuing bonds In ex-
of to.I e(st to resustlcate them.
of :h,.-e methods of plunderbng
bt t;.,pl by law, for the peo-
'u. 1a ,;i the cost in unreason-

tfu, :iu to accede to the
F -" O : a ilagut. peace conference,
e ~ 'rtually be wast 6of time
t 'r. r the delegates to as
''.:anys position Is that
S; '. .' ('u must flght for it
S' :oerished ,people to
L'' a' r mryr and navy.

', ,il. Sun is now shining
r" *-l- .lc than ever be
S t'inK machine and other
; ''. have recently been
S' t the advantage and
S .at ,ver readable and
i. And The akm'e
served. Palath

a;lakes a ys that the
S:..-. ntt-od -O boa tbe
&"kJrvd ht Tim
Wll l a that mRI lil

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.t atda0 "ha,.deot i
T".64-toof watpaq tait co
l sehiatr ba vt npaseed 8f
V* Iu*.* jo h h odmen to the;
iWu la tbt w prvtdliW t tckei
P tiinted A per e or-up ore cohwe
j wil) make the tallotmuch q
o s nt tO handle.waso, er
. time that t'whespaper rinds o
o7K m and trllned pleased to l
Sw ete he has sndered b y reMiss Clvered f
nted.to hinto eent avere illness to en
ofm nato resande his a eH. H. as T
oth hassbee correspondent ofMis The Tli
OUqiph;oahich he so effciqihty and
Si party perfoth e d up tofew daystwo w
dWtS .5 ~ 4q Hiue eonditon was so, ser
u, aTh ne tna that the services o ae
kS V oa icnan and trplned nurse were requ
tor severall days.
day O of te mostndy, in oyable of
Iday d many social functions at the go
.of t h rtel during the past six week

rn the Fopriday. The working mClembeH
tl U dton in hopor of Miss Irene, daugi
Sof Senator and Mrs. H. H. McCr
after ar1 Miss Belle McKinstry of Gaineav
a has been the guest of Miss Julia K
ra la ad. nedy for the past few days.
AUKt* The Senators who have succee
f'diy ony in getting an adjournment from
day tlfttI Monday, in order that t
EMENT. might spend Sunday at home, go
"where the chicken got the ax"
recent Friday. The working members
impose. came tired of such action, and
a n eony refused to adjourn, but went
we duly f" as to hold a session Saturday ev
f ot the

Ota ai io *-ER SJORDANi.
"oore as foimery, oi4 they .well IW
hU that the seat *of cprnment is a ,
Sa ture at Tallahasee for at least A
i of quarter of a century. -The bUildin, "
ator though, .la nadequat. for present
Olec- needs. I
matY ,The Governor's mansion is nearly
Ine. completed, but only a small slm PORTER BLOCK
Pore of the $23,000 remains with wbhch to .
furnish it. and the report is current Fire, Life and
f L. that $17.000 additional will be asked
earn for the latter purpose and to buy ad.
rom national ground. The building is sittt-
able ated near the old 3ilen Call Lpg
alla- homestead, in the northern part Of
mes- town. a,id much adverse criticism is
in- heard of the people of this city for
weeks not dounrting a lot in a more suitable
lous section. In the opinion of many the '
phy- conimi.s-ion should have let the eree-
ired tion of the mansion gone by default
rather than aoeept the present site.
the The sidewalk fever has struck Talla-
,eon hass.,e and great improvement in this
was line Is noted #n many sections of theIIIVFR(AI If
mrp- city. i


t it

Senator James E. Broome has been
a great sufferer the past week/from
lumbago, but the veteran statesman
from Gadsden manfully remained at
his post In (he Senate when he should
have been in bed.
A great deal has been said of late
regarding lobbyists, but the fact is
that the State officials, or at least
some of them, are the njost Indefatig-
able lobbyists that Legislators have
to contend with. They all want their
salaries raised, and some of them are
none too modest to tell you so.
Wonder if any of them will decline
to run for their respective offices next
year, in case they do not get the de-
sired increase?
Hon. J. W. Watson of Dade has a
very hard fight on his hands to keep
the House from passing the bill divid-
Ing Dade county, which Senator Hud-
son got through the Senate last week.
The county is 126 miles long by 35
miles wide, and there is undoubtedly
merit in the bill. The main reason
for asking for division in most cases,
however, is that there are not offices
enough to satisfy the ambition of cer-
tain individuals.
The new law permitting county
commissioners to transfer money
from one fund to another will prove
of great benefit to Alachua county,
as it affords the opportunity t& use
the large amount in the county treas-
ury for road building and county
The Indications are that this Legis-
lature will be the most discussed (and
cussed) ere the next election of any
that has convened for many years.
The pension roll will be nearly
doubled if the pending bill becomes
a law, as the property qualilcation
will be removed, home guards and re-
serves permitted to draw pensions,
and the ampunts largely increased in
some instances. Those in position to
know state that the four mill tax levy
will not near meet the requirements
of the bill.
Capitol removal talk is mere bun-
comb, and the bills introduced on
the subject were more for the purpose
of "teasing" the people of Tallahassee
than anything else. But the old resl-

STAT3'OV OHwo. -rry or TOLDO, I
LucAsCoA m'v. 5*
Frank J..Chbey makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., otoing buslnes
Ina the City of Toledo. County and
State aforesId. .d that said frm will
pay the sm of One Hundred Dollars
for each and every case of Catarrh
tat eaaot be ewed by the use o
Halrs Oatarrh Omr-
woS to before e m s abecribed
WajB pvneem ". this day of D-.
&mbw.r 4..D. 2*SS.
(Mle) MNOWe g lk.
ta is CabtWI Sellf fa14 I -
oww's w si -4# a 8b*od
Smad II II t w o.

The Interstate Commerce Commis-
slon has Just handled the first case
In which it assumes the perogative
giranted it by the neo rate law of con-
trolling the express companies. Ex-
press charges in the United States
are of the most onerous exactions
under which the people suffer. Here-
tofore there has been no way of reach-
Ing them legally, for they were not
affected by any law and could charge
what they pleased. The present
case is not far reaching. It deals only []
with the case of cut flowers sent __
from the surrounding country to New
York City. The express company
without warning and without Improv-
ing the service, doubled the tariff.
When brought to book for their ac-
tion, their defense was remarkable.
They explained that under their con-
tract with the railroads, they had to
pay the railroad company 45 per cent
of their gross feeeipts. They wanted
more for the lower service than they
had been getting, but they bad to
raise the tatit more than they other-
wise would because so much of the
increase went to $he railroads. It In
to be noted with some satisfaction
that they were compelled to prompt-
ly put the tariff back at what it was
before the raose.

Put In crude language, what the
French Government seems to think
the tariff needs is a shave and a hair-
--- i_; . . . "


'tcqag "ae rgwai their lost
OIGr their yogil
Mm"CU V4.1,It qlcklyi si

exoms sue meacretion.,W5105 assisme-got
std' s mW or marri sga EI oRT a"vco
bg7 00t& t seat of die" Sraussreo
morv* tlqand bloed hWILEbtlugbe
tack psglow to IT,.m4we
%to o f wJeali@U Wari a
n~o Olbif. anbe -arrIed I vt o 0 ko I
3m Id tlprLavels~, orh i ilo M et
with gueu'mAI"We. Ci~rculars free. Addrtma
"VL NIP M 1511CO.. Uatisf.S WOWhimsIII
ror sale in (is IineosillS, Floridai, b7
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MA lL.e3

s Tabulato!r
ry Machine.

Lightest Shift) Iihtelt Running I The
Champion Bpsqd Wrlitn of the World
Use the Fay8bkolq%. More Fay-Sholes it
use ip aineaville thalb ny other machine.

For Sale by....

THE SUN, Galnesvllle, IPla

Confederate Veterans' ReunionI
tRicl.ond... V. Ia I, l

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May 30th to June 3rd


Line Ry.I

Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 80th itn-
elusive, Rate for this occasion is $13.76 i5rou
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually one.-
cent a mile for distance traveled, with correspond&
ingly low rates from all points Extension of
limit to July 6th can be obtained by depositing
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservation '
write or call dn FRANK C. BOYL8TON, Distriaot
Panee;ger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jacka
vie, Fa.



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Two leaput Trains Daily:




Modern Pullman Equipment.
Sdr uI I man Eu1 men

The Jamestown Exposition Line

Norfolk, V.

Excursion Tikeft O Sal Daily.

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c A to A't telism
$a Nwark, N .$. i 7-o be oI'e.t
the album f OW II fih message.
th Westerly, 3. L I0 t not rct, but It
t1 who saw Iti. S ,',. "" this
Ing of Othe 2s AInap iays of so.
Se exhibited at 4 A rh apstonew may
y of Design, Nf t,: t t a letter
the keen eye of .J ml tuh the lat 4pon which
who, reall.slg post! PSt@ i dui e and electible to wpr.
SInduced r i renderd to the addresmee only upon
palntin fg the payment t the tpeessary deficient
falling tr. "M eb 1 im ptanwe attaches to
es of .t 9 fuegria b to a better on the part
Sthe rit ob~ of reclpt a it I seldom that
uent cle '-. a e on wilt teft, to receive and to
Salat waboft O tos a epa ent' collect,' though
I tAasug& a ayer 14Ua1 Uld gt refos6 to pay the
M t te u&'tb r "n "o the us ad tkmatD e due upon a letter,
Bflq^I" 'high, got holing=that Vt the sender did not ee-
b JaleI and selling for ( teemn t of sfalfctent importance to ful-
St d tn the his- ly prepay it tbe addessee did not care
i. opatoftsbe-. to receive it. But there Is always
4 eet the demand and 9ft or hles Importance regarding a
B ** from IuMtsenlent m, aW many pMerons have r*-
fiom*" U IS elv ed a "collect telegram and then
STnetate w's a chro afterward kWed themselves because
.ad moer his own u-. tbS were required to pay the charges.
zii Paris. .Pasalng through "But a islegram may be opened. read
Io Ale ,w Hae, he sold three and retfuswedlsely as the addressee
ebrp aoo for 9 gineas to Mr. of a letter my refuse to receive a let-
fth e oeen'boklUeler. Upon ter. t~ the latter Instance the ad.
rival in. ilerpoot a t.elraphbl dressed do0 s not open the. envelope,
*lted ha from that gentleman but l dproettheron the words 'Re-
t*i itfltIonal coples, and on fused aresee and signs his
Volew ork b wap handed an ,ame, this tI the course to pursue
fdrom frtm b for thb-entire w ith a -mm Which theaddres e.
It" f-- I- for . doe not, deire to accept, only the'en.
phbesoi ml as was tho sale lope my Brt be opened. .
"tI cf lt t In Amer ca, it .was 'e telegraph company protects It-
itr abroad. A!n ngllth nobleman 1 in t lwys insisting at the time of
ads the asserto ? tmt n ome one te ipt o a collectc' message that
its yarled torme It is to be found the dr shall deposit with the re.
veWr palace and hovel In the Is- TlvW sufelent sum to pay for the
an4 a traveler returning from fall tolls, and If this ls not demanded
iour of the world eclaied: "he and reMllv~ by the clerk aept
haunts me.It follows bis ldpersonallye-
ver I .o I ha aen oit in Chile. aone by the company in the event
er I o. I athe Preen It I Chileof t message being refused at the
w seen It also t th Pyrenees." other end of the line
yea" after the appearance of ot ny persons sthe nd collegee. t
alnrt photographs Mr. James had Many persons send 'collect' tel-
atd hi share of the profits $75.- gram, often at great length and con-
Mr. Oortel, too, was in receipt of siderable coat, as a means of annoy-
incm n roalti ance or as a Joke on the reclplent, but
taoms In royatis, nr the Joke may be turned on. the other
iSheolog.eal studle sIthout as- fellow by simply refusing to pay the
ad been sdins charges. There is one exception, how.
sltad been rdatn to the ever, to the rule, and the public might
i of the Protestant Eplscopal beer It In mind to advantage. Often
h aremod'ina a1" too haore telegrams are sent.hibch require a dl-
orth Carolina, and took charge of rect and Immediate answer. In these
eongreatlon impoverithed by the Instances the 'collect' charges are ex-
I war. pected to be paid, whether the redp-
Two years later an unauthored copy lent likes the message or not, and it Is
the '"ook of Ages" was got out seldom that we have trouble In such
a New York photographer. cases as regards the tolls."-Washing.
Mr. Oertel's publisher sought protec- ton Star.
o from the law, an the case was
Into the lower and supreme
Uats of the state. Scarcely had It A Slight Mistake.
decided In his favor, however, ChItto Harjo was pleading In Wash-
e a Cbesicago artist made a similar triton for the Indians' right to roam
evading law by the Intro- t nomad fashion, Jilke their fathers.
evading "They tell us to trust to fortune"
of a ship in the background Vltto Harjoreaid, "and then we'll gt
dthe reversal of the female figure.
throw the copyright open. The eur rghts. But we are tired of trust.
poly was wrested from its owner in to fortune. Fortune has usd U
iad the market flooded with pictures Indians as It used the pale face in.
*wra itqualt.stue tress at the Indian school In
'Thus as a flnasnclal venture termilnat. ObIttoa." smiled and went on:
4ed^ the brilliant promise of the ,ito Cbitto Hao smiled and went on:
'. AH pme o "This Instrbctress found a horseshoe,
and to get good fortune put It under
I' Somer Predietilns. her pillow, along with her false teeth.
author of the "Vision of Pier In the morina ip the hurry of dres-
^.ilownau.'" a work written In the reign og, she substitud the shoe for the
1^ Edward III., predicted with great teeth and dkl not dtsc6ver her mistake
^ btietnseo the fall of the religious till her afanced husband asked her In
Jn l England. AJ every one tone of horror at breakfast what wan
tWS the event took place In the the matter with her mouth."
tsrnof Henry VIII, about 900 years -o on
,tr, If You Dont
1S Walter Raleigh foresaw and pr Suoceed the frat Utme use Herblne
dieted the spread of nonconformity in and you will get Instant rolled. The
England. His weighty an memorable
words were: "Time will een bring It gretoest IUver regulator. A positive
to pass, If t be not restted, that God @ure for Constipation, Dyspepsta. Ma-
Swill be turned olt of chuarche lnto larta. ChilUs and all liver complatits.
Sbarns and from thence agaten Into the Mr. 0-. of Emory. Teas, writes:
fields and mouutalans and under edges. "My wife has beeo using Herblne for
All order of discipline and church gov- herself and children for five years.
'.ernineut will be left to newness of It a suscure or ooslistot and
Shopinion mdJ men's fancti e and as many malaria fev, which Is snbstatiatoed
Vkfinds of rlton|u spring up as their are by what It baa dome for my family "
' parish cihuri'h In Knfland.*" Sold si W. M, Johnson.

I a work written 500 years before
S e event took place Tacitus foresaw
Ssa d predicted the evils and disorders
Which were so long to desolate Murope
o the fall of their' ioman empire. Ills
Swords are worthy of repetition: "When
the Romans shiall teb hunted out from
these countries which they have ton-
-qUred. what will thou happen? The
voted people, frw.d from their make-
tPr oppressor. will noit l able to sub-
t without detro.ing their nolghbor.
the mot cruel% wArs will eulpt
alIte al e tbe 1nt11OI."
The Violin's 8croll.
The throwing" of the crnil. or bead.
violin betrays the master's ntyle
ame as handwriting. To an ama-
al violin heds may alpper the
but the connolemo ur knows a
atla or Guaroerlus at once
phyatognoazy of the scroll.
.' has been tlkened to the painter's
t la*.4t It. dticult to IMdtate so as
t di4eive emo ro i theml e-
v get wkt the lmadivM l wee o
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r aate o.
lj b Rotae orta lathe
r I t lMait to us*$ Rlch
SrMd of o alo.

at ." I" ixenBoa o to
th0o ioag. Those havItg the mat-
.t Jl haam were evldenty gulded
in tftblng tWt dectston to A*fl the
line. br soat of the attru AT feaL
tamS tf to service, noticeable among
thein' biea the double dally service
with'. thnmh, coaches uand suoeping
ars 'abe thep the following: Our
people, with an Idea of affording dele.
gtes to this and other convention
held In Riobmond, an opportunity for
vtIUniT the Jamestown Exposition,
perfed an Arrangemont whereby
the ret portion of tickets reading
from Richmond are honor.irom
Pbrtnsouth, Virginia,, without addi-
tiomA charge. This alone certainly
aak-e the Seaboard especially at-
Thef ist a movement aoy on foot
to Mve the Florida Baptists assem-
ble fto Jacksonville, .moving -trom
there n the same train-one might
ay ti a body. This. too, will make
the trip more pleasant.
IPo further Infotmatio address
Aslstant General Pas er Agent,
Jacksonville, Florida.

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Offiee In iller Law Ezebsange.
Office Phone No. 235; Residenee No. 181
And Solicitor In Equity
Read Estate, COoveyanolag and Gea.
eral Practile. All business promptly
attended to. Office next door to Bus
ff111ee. GA mBVILLa FLoamrA



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proved and unimproved), phosphate,
truokiag and farming lands. Bead his
a list of what you oler for sale. 214 2

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The Florida

Fruit and Truck Growen
a u mariwaV Ses,, .. r *.

One Tear...... .......i.

deveted eweialf 5.to e iawm.,.
sho fiutW% W vegetable gruwe e
A @POW WW tab) MHorPSIom f
mths as be "a an issePt of 36
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Stocks larger and mdre complete then ever before.
Best quality -at moderate prices. Our new
Spring and Summer Catalogue will be
,/ sent upon request.

SB. LEY, .BRO. & Co,


Jack30 onville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. 0., both ways.
The FMlat o Stimhipu IM the Coastwise Service
Clyde. New England and Southern Lin
Freight Servioe Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eassern Points,
Oallina as Charleston both ways.
tioothbound... ........ ...............F... rom Lewis' Wharf, B:ito
Northbound............. .... From Foot of Catherine at.. Jackha,,iTi

Clvke St. Johns River Line
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, Beresf6rd (DeLand),and Intermediate Lan
on St. Johns River.
Is appointed to tail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, Sunday,. TuesdJ!
Thursday, 8:80 p. m. Returning, leave Saoford, Monday ,
Wednesday and Fridays, 90 sa. m.
S*iOoU. 80MBDUITB x,
eave8 :O8 p ...................Jaksomville ..... ....... Arrive 2.
8 6 pm ... ............. a... l....................Let
8800 em ........................Astor ............... .... **** .:
.. .............Be.eaot(e a m d) ....... 1:
Arr 8:00a ....r ... .......10.
10 )o.ao p .... ...... ......... EBaf rpria .......... ....... ..
F. M. 10ox1MOMXN, Ja., A. 0. P. A., Jacksonville, Fs'.
Joaw PnDRIL, T. P.A., A. 0. HAenaTY, G. E. I' -1
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 86 N. R., New York-
O. H. TATMBn, P. T. M., 0. 0. Baows, G. P. "..
290 Broadway, New York.
L. D. JoxNs, T. F. A., L. S. ScaoeLS. C. A.,
Jacksonville. Fla. Leemburs, Fla.
W. G. Coos,t Ja.. F. A., CF.AC Ms, G0i F. A.
Jacksonville. FIa. Pier 8 N. R New Y rk.
o P. LOVILL. Anent. Jeakeonville. Fl,.

Schedule Effeetive April O, 1908.
No. I s N No.a3Na No. o :
DoUr Bus Oely DUly ex STATIONS eDt ex Su On -ly
L*sve Lastr Lewve Arrve Arrile
o I o ................... ... ....... 4 D
Art*S Ar 09 ArIe 3 49 LT S o I ,
LiCO 9 Lv44 L446 e }*) *Dow-U Psrt..... ArSI Ar4R5 b A.
A r S0 6 A1IW A r l4 UVs o
;At Ar 510 Ar & .... 0M.su .S..... _s. Lv 3' L ,'
WO 30-Ar30 Av* _. to I
Coesdoum made at DowMl Put fuel ea~s eg from Li e '
Alton se Mayo Junedtes fee Moa. AlM S S e W 9 ,,.
Fr lateormatoes to meJi -mawin s *seorc "
"%&A'aSs a GeW.OSr. 1- P
ur ga asDBi -


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.Y. 14, -11.

oM 'rander of the ....' S -
of e nlted IU< W.
.I before the h s-
eral Greeley a
,erl ons on one 01 v. Z
Wsabr'hed a treoi har'
and all but teveo at the W-1
-1 hed Witila -last tw
beha explore aart ot
A same trouble preom a Stes. In
todsy trdat has ft
attitude of the United States go
ent towards all the ab9 nes
W icwh it bee come In contact,"
SGeneral reeley. "It never
I them fairly. It haS put the
moor the Alaskan Indians on the
'o ruln.
wo years ago tbe United States
Were fiasco. It was a won-
to me that the entire lot of the
rr;ment offlclals were not angel
, law. I have bee lI inu1ng
Where, as the old 40aytg goes
h hung five men before brtWMast
les provocation than w imposed
te people of Alaska. The courts
only instruments of private tn-,
eral Greeley sald the "blood
ling" 6 !dfs of Alaska descib-
yr certain writers are ezatta-
ha. ________
A railroad collision blocks' traffic
d ties up the road, Interfering with
6 proper operation of the system
which It happens just in propor-
I to the gravity of the aioldent.
Iething very similar has h.peped
ie the human body whe 0onsti-
ion manifests itself. The proper
rastion of the human system is in-
ifered with and comrort and health
ter in proportion to the gravity of
r case. Chronic constipation .is a
rious condition with which medical
m frequently have to deal, and they
Oognize the fact that its permanent
re demands the restoration of the
iticity and strength to the muscles
t control the bowels. To ac-
aplish this physicians of the better
Iss are now using with much suc-
0 a preparation of % oz. Fluid Ex-
let of Senna, oz. Rochelle Salts,
4. Aro-Sagrada, 30 grains Bicarbo-
to of Soda, % oz. water and 1% ozs.
tlerine. A dose of a teaspoonful of
b is administered at bedtime and
(for each meal, the treatment being
*tinued until there is free move-
It of th bhowels. The prescription
I be rompiounded by any good

Ofederate Veterans' Reunion, Rich.
mond, Va.
1h Seaboard Air Line announces
i excursion rates from all ]loiida
it. made one cent per mile to
Knd, Va., and return account of
* rFunion-tickets on sale May 21,
2. ,- and 30th. The Seaboard
Rates double dally service from
I*p. Jacksonville and other Florida
It Extra through Pullman asleep-
* izd day coaches have been ar
- u all may be made comfort-
h Wdr to allow their patrons to
t tl# Hmstown Exposailon, the
r ill honor return portion
kncoh'd tickets from Portamouth.
t*a runtl; trip rates from some
the itmP)rtafnt points In Florida
s ftllows:

'$5APopka. ..;1,
k#- Orlando.... 167
DadeCi'js .17.05~
~S~t litPlant city... 17,5
TarnpTampa.. 17.56

tharate ~ 17are ansoagmed
'te k\irate Vete eagg
has issued a very

&Jndr xeigeae e
bW amt w toWurn

'l2TJP408OW Assid.
Jacbe vun~
% Aawbe U- 3
~WNW a o

Mnto which Dr.

ha Wfr taore weight

gADme o1r nolkTr on every
t6jlMrappeJnan full list of all its in*
pIa tpited In plain English.
tean Invalid woman and suffer
imtt hdache, backache, gnaw-

r wn distress In lower mas omeh
parhap dars spots or speaks
fu ore satsy faint spells add
y tomscaused by female weak*
t derangementof the femilae
fan not do better than take
SFavorite Prescription.
stf, surgeon's knife and opera.
t aay be avoliddr by the umely
ce W iorlt Priwriptlon ton such

eal ro known to med
f r a cure of woman't pecuiard
if ta efaitarin no alcohol and no
raful or hablt*fora l n drugs.
Do xpet too uc from qFavorite
ion; It will not perform mira*
e, will not disolve or cure tumors.
ae idnclse will. It will do as much to
Ia hyljorous health in most weak*
al aallnots peculiarly incident to
ote S an medicine can. It must bo
te a fair chance by perseverance in od1
we. for a eaaonable length of time.

youtartmEiAsto t 4ake as candy.
cwoen are vited totcom lt Dr.
Ceut by letter,i ree. All corresipond
yae tl guarded as acradly secret han
omanly confllenceos are protected by
.tfsional privacy. Addre Dr. I. V.
Pierce. Buffalo N. Y.
Dr. Pleres PHeasant Pllets the beat
oative aned rgulator of the bowels.
owepls. One a laxative; two or three a
oathartl. Easy to lake as candy.

Alleges Improper Treatment.
Jesup, Ga., May 13-Monday even-
Ing Sheriff Lyons, of this county,
received a telegram s from his son near
Cuthbert, stating tmfat the sheriff's 17,
year old daughter, who had left home
a few days before to visit her broth-
er,, Charles Lyons, living near Cuth-
bert, was alleged to have been Im-
properly treated by the white hack-
man employed to drive her to her
brother's house n the' country. It
is claimed the assault was made after,
a demand by the man for the keys to
her baggage. They were refused
and the hackman, it is reported, at-
tempted to use her roughly.
Again sentenced to Death.
Cordie, Oa., May 13.-George W.
Bundrick, who was convicted of mur-
der at the spring term of Crisp ooun-
ty superior court, and who escaped
from the Americus Jail last Decem-
ber while waiting on a nrepite, and
who gave himself up la California a
month ago, was re-sentenced by
Judge Littlejohn, Friday, to be
hanged June 11. It will be remem-
bered that George and his brother,
Andrew Bundrick. were oenvlcted of
the murder of John Shoude near
here four years ago.
Pig iron Advances In PrIoe.
flirmingham, A.la., May 13.-At
advance of 50 cents per ton wJu an
nounced In thoe price of No. I found
pig iron for delivery during the ourt
quarter of this year, making the prtwo
*20 per ton. All iron for this qatr-
ter delivery, it is announced, to o8
the market. Sales rave been ab-
normally heavy, reaching over Int
the first quarter of 1901.

Perry Confederate Monument.
Perry, Ga., May 13.-Houstn
county confederate veterans wKU hoW
their annual reunion in Perry in July
the date to be announced later, at
which time Houston county chapter,
Daughters of the Confederacy, wll
lay the foundation for a beautiful con-
federate monument, the coutrat for
which baa been gen

TraIn Lead of Strike Breakers.
glp Francisco, May IS-Early Sat-
urday a special train carrying 800
strike breakers of the raited Rail-
Tad4e reached the ony by way of5 aN
Jo.. over the ooaet divlsaloa. The
train was swithebd at Valencla street
and the men were eworted under a
gnard to the car barns at Twenty*-
gtMk and Valenota etreete.
Tariff CemmieeeOn Wanted.
Parid, May 1.-kAmercan mBW-
habts n ere fearing a tariff war be-
twee "rance and the United Statt,
have forwarded to the state epart-
meet st Washlast, a peutlsm a -
tag for the imied atT &olntmeat of
a tariff I0tlate0. *
earthquake Ssesh Is Ruasa.
blinta. Siberia, May II.-A se-
vere aulaltdu g earthqae liock *a
men ae at 5:10 etoak ?ft Nay.
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done, he wants it done RIGHT.

That's.the kind We do.





in the way of Commercial Job Printing.

Write for Samples and Prices--as Good

as the Best1 as Cheap- as the Cheaoest,




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IM Happened and What Is Goin
1 1Sppen Told in Short Paraeraphs
That "He Who Runs May Rea '"
in ThSSun.
KOM papers for sale at this office.
orms cllpped at Hunter & Ed-
ldies' calling cards In latest styles
Oun Iffice.
Prof. 0. W. Freeman of Fairbanks
|in the city yesterday.
IMrs. Smith of Arredondo was shop-
Sin the city yesterday. '
Mules for sale or rent. Apply at,
|e. Geo. W. Scofleld, City.
Win. Love of Trenton is in the city
1a visit to friends and relatives.
f. it. Oywer, a prominent citlien
Trenton, was in the city yesterday.
W. B. Francis of Jacksonville was
Istred at the Brown House yester-

Deputy Sheriff Geo. W. Livingston
.Nowberry is attending the circuit

To Let-Lower floor, four rooms,
.rnished. Mrs. Clapp, West Me-

nt fail to attend Oliver's closing-
'ale comnmincing Wednesday,
At ice five-room house for rent
Apply to W. H. Vannetta,
r Gainesville.,
I, F. Hennlngton of Aboott is
thti'\ ni a visit to her daughter,
T. Ellis. Jr.
DnIt confuse Blue Ribbon Lemon
Vanilla ,extracts with the name-
SextrA'ts which flood the market.
1fr Rent-Three desirable room
hibt housekeeping, one block from
Apply 109 N. University St.
0e your stationery printed at The
Soffie. First-class work promptly
wttd at reasonable prices is our

1Wi)b of Anthony was In
it. t, rlay, having been called
(*'(,tinected with the United
r i .fr'.

.u S.

aiotist Missionary So-
A* t the Ilaptist church
S:ifternoon. This will
..";*ortance, and a full
.c. r .

I1,() vlohas boen
months at Palm
tCf.v%;t. hasretimili
q filts friends are
'. iiagain.

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Fay-Sholes typewriter for sale.
ply Sun office.


A few.newspaper files for sale. Ap-
ply at Sun office.
New stock of buggies and wagons.
Hunter & Edwards.
Blank leases for sale at this office.
Price $2 per hundred.
W. L. Hill has returned from a busi-
ness trip to Jacksonville.
Only purest Ingredients used in our
,baking. Keystozie Bakery.
Wanted-Room to store furniture
in. Address Room, this office
J. E. Futch of Aiachua is spending
a day or two with hi family here.
Vernon Chitty of Micantpy spent
Sunday with relatives in this city.
For the best printed stationery at
lowest prices call at The Sun office.
Geo. H. Scofield of Bell Is in the
city on a visit to his son, Geo. W.
Save your money and buy groceries
at cost at Oliver's, commencing Wed-
nesday morning.
Friends of W. A. Halle will regret
to learn that he is ill at his nome on
1Iast Orange street.
For Sale-Two Clyde Line tickets,
Jacksonville to New York and return.
Apply at this office.
'W. J. Williams, a phosphate miner
of Inverness, was a business visitor
to Gainesville yesterday.
Tam H. Cato, a well-inown citizen
of the Alachua section, was transact-
ing business in this city yesterday.
P. B. H. Dudley, a prominent planter
and citizen of Jonesville, was among
those who spent yesterday in Gaines-
Roadmaster R. E. L. Robinson of
the Atlantic Coa.t Line has returned
from an official vi.,it to points along
the line.
Robt. Ellis. erstwhile editor and pub-
lisher of The Alachua Post, defunct,
spent yesterday in this city with rela-
tives and friends.
Judge .1. T. Wills and State Attor-
ney A. V. Long have returned from
Starke, where th\\y spent Sunday with
their respective families.
Superintendent .1. B. Cutler of the
Tampa and Jacksonville railroad re-
turned yesterday from an official visit
to Crystal Rivtr and other points.
Walter Hall, an old Oainesville boy
who now' holds the position of %gent
of the Seaboard Air Line at Albion,
was visiting trieids and relatives in
this city Saturday and Sunday.
The Ladl:,' Foreign Missionary
Society of the Methodist Church will
hold a mntting in the lecture-room of
the church at half-past 3 o'clock this
afternoon, at which a full attendance
Isa desired.
Lost-Two pointer gyps; one entire-
ly white, other white and liver pots.
Had collar on with my name (W. A.
Halle, Live Oak, Fla.) Liberal reward
for their return to me at Gahitueville,
Fla. W. A. Halle.

Edward Rosborough of Windsor.
who now holds a lucrative position
on the road as a traveling sale iman.
was in the city for a few hours Sun-
day. Mr. Rosborough Is now making
his headquarters In Jacksonville.
N. A. Callison, the efficient manager
of the Sprftg Park Stock Farm Con-
pany of Beanington, was a business
visitor to this city Saturday. Friends
of Mr. CallUso will regret to learn
that he has bee landispoed for the
past few daya.
Thomas Roebuck was In the city
Sunday, having eoe down from Mae-
leany on a brief visit to his family,
Mr. Roebuck beoe a lucrative poslUon
with the Grieeg uem. Company.
.anr-yme, aad ian mM tU b oea of
he e thoroughly poeeed men in the


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Our lbng delayed bank fix-
tures have at last arrived and
we are now open for'budln*s.
We want YOU-Not some-
body else, but YOU-to start
an account in our Savings De-

Commence now-get in the
habit of saving a part of your
weekly or monthly earalags
and p t It in our Savings De-
partment where it will eaM
laterest hbile you sleep
Nothing Will make you feel so
Independent as a nice Bank

We want one thousand de-
poitors lNth!n the next sixty

We solicit the accounts of
merchats, corporations,
farmers and individuals sub-
Jeet to check. No Interest al-
lowed va deposits sub)et to

We wul be pleased to have
you become one of our Wc


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gAtI9 more palatable

Robt. J. Holly, who left 2Tra'y
for points in Stoth Florida lab aI
tereet of an Immigration aomeasnt,.
has returned, having bes aied on
account of the Illness o bh little
daughter, Mldred. Mr. Molly eSate
that be was making la progres,
and as soon as he can do eo will return
to that setlon, where be beeves he
can secure the hearty eooperatjon of
the people of South Florida In the
matter ,of inducing malgration.
Among the vWalto0 to GOal.villel
yeftffrday was Lee V. *ter of Perry.
who came on busissoM onneeted with
the l'Jitod tates loa1 office. Mr.
HW.t r state. that Plery is on a ge*
ulue boum. that uT eOw building
of a desirable cbar er are bvtag
erected, and that theM ple a au*
are prosperous ad emtoated. T
reomt completion of rallroa4. h'e
the town has taded to a fwi
great many new comers lo *of
wbom are peed4g 1o0 I mir8a
mowy i kae ts
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BFginning April It we will puI ft0
our otmmer rPta nof $4 per weoek. t
melle-and $4 trading tickets. P WiSi
If flret.ole in *very respect. T"
larle eleetrle fiae. Insurlg somforw.


offee te bhat. Evryithln #
alee. bme eooed go ordifr
for sporlowna.


Fresh Saltwater F

(In rear of Foniltnr Oo~#,,
I am now prepared to
the trade with the bfts
afsords io this ime./ Phmll

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ton Springs. s .
For Sale-A knom ou
2-room servaat l and one a6p4
lot Apply t'P. 0 M. X221.
Mrs. J. L. ledlin and children baie
returned froqB Wrjington Sprinags
where thty have bee iaupratliyr for
the past few daya.
For Sale-White Sheatand pony,
harne:w. and bakgy. Quiet, for chil-
dren to ride or drive. Apply H. Ram-
sey, N. (GalnOvle. Fla.
Captain V. L Z B 1of Trenton, mem-
ber oif th. firm, of the Wade & CodnI
palny. ttenslve contractors, was tran
acting business In this city yesterday.
P. H. liaket returad to his naval
stores camp at Campville yesterday,
after spe-nding a equple of days pleas-
antly witth his family In ast Gatnes-
Hon. Henri 8. Chubb, register of
the United States land office, left
Sunday for Pensacola, where he was
called to attend the session of the
United Suttes court. He will be ab*
sent several days.
For Sale-Purnished hotel, conven-
lently situated, having a nice trade.
Has always been popular with trav-
eling men. Present owner wishes to
retire from the business. For further
information a dress.The Sun.
Don't forget that every dollar's
worth of grocesiea and store 'fixtures
at Oliver's will Ue offered at absolute
cost. Sale starts Wednesday morning
and will last as long as we have a
dollar's worth left, A. B. Oliver.
Wanted-Men to learn barber trade.
Wonderful demand for barbera; few
weeks completes by practical exper-
lence, careful Instrmtions, deton-
strations and examinations; diplomas
granted, tools gives, position waiting,
top wages paid, Write nearest branch.
Moler Barber College, Atlanta, Ga., or
New Orleans, La.
Hon. R. X. Rose of Tallahassee,
State chemist, spent Sunday at the
Brown House la this city Mr. Rose
has been making frequent vista to
this city recently, and, while there
Is nothing yet to give out for publi-
cation, his v) lts may mean a gfeat
deal to this section of the State, as
it has been intimtated some investiga.
tions are being made.
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Mount Vernon Lodge
No. 01,' Knights of Py-
ShisM, meets tonight at
8;00 in their COatle Hall
o ver Doaton's Blok.
Work lu f rt rank. Vl6ltlng brothers
welcome. W. 1. Porovx, C.; E. A.
b'arKic, K. of R. & 8.

C. N. Atkinson and family. fur the
past year residents of this city, have
returned to Bonham, Texas, where Mr.
Atkinson is engaged In the promotion
and construction of a trunk line rail-
way. He was connected with the
Tampa and Jacksonville. formerly the
Qalneiville and Gulf, during bib stay
The meetings of the Christian con-
gregation which are beipg held at the
Tabernacle under the di section of Rev.
J. B. Nelson. the evangelist of Texas.
are being well attended, and those
who have heard him state that Mr.
Nelo n is a pleasing and logical speak.
er. There was a fine congregation
Sunday night. and the attendance is
said to be Increning each day.
M. A. Densler'of Newberry was In
the city yesterday. Mr. Deasler was
proprietor of the Traveler's Hotel,
which was one of the many building
destroyed by fire in that town Tbhure
day night. He expects to rebuild, but
has not yet decided on the leoatis.,
He states that the majority of those
who lost by the fire latend to rebuild
and engage in business as ones as ma
trial can be secured.

The Conti ne nta

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MONDAY we placed on sale the beet as
sortment of Plain and Colored Lawns
and Organdies ever shown at the low .
Special price of-your choice for

SI Oc Per Yard
SSee front center counter.


We have secured the sole agency of
the celebrated Money-back Silks-every
yard guaranteed or your money back.
The regular price of the best grade is
,$1.75 per yard all over the world, but we
have decided, in order to INTRODUCE
the silk in this section, to make the price

$1.60. per yard
for the month of May.

Come to see ui. Our store is not the
biggest but it ii the best in this section.

Mrs. R. Wilson

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