Title: Gainesville daily sun
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01850
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: 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: April 7, 1903
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01850
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
 Related Items
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

Full Text

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0-raigo 1 tde 1 ntwtis as h ..s
T90%, an41 w4. p racking pYis
UR Ilie S the strength
IY ji i e owi as ectedw
t p An old 0j04 Ac a p they ary
) am "a bi^, over@ whtoh le) ab*4 j1 into aI.41dged n the

alj D p A bI,,m htoket, a tw4 when a. u h tos T n wO uhltg l

H .^v^i^ovzfe hei eight have oeludd *,o'* R leuaoimod .i'*.'t:-
Ok O h it know that, be- tdiwe, Wool Crash, $7 to $12.50
,l1.of th i ia 6t At n' know Sheriff J *ennetl a< *ndag i
fne | I a overbial' side of solo e m:use~l as, for coat and 1troUoll.": S.
i t erk tbohe S th ete ^ted, however, for, when t d a S O loosely' wovoui ... at
MAI^, ,,-'.hairo, you can see through ai,
Jr ok lon thehe rI front door buches, The cur yet as strong as Ohe~
c eso t -ltended, he alarm,1 p0r10 u ,tna t ciot. ..................,

built in th W t do you want?" inquired the t... clteaa i pT at"i psio s matter. Flannels, $5 to $12
i fl h ^ tap. ,^ 8. S.' ds tflhpro tly aud ulay,
on a ~ ant something to eat," was n pe
ooSHEto -Ad ar ant t fqthe iitati1lgaci pi
S a4s, ready response, ttet. causeemaIsm.
oplied at "You hav6 your pockets full now," S. S. 8urile and livigorates tb Olos
tap romters dbihped said the sheriff, observing the stu uff ed t t l ah, ,* r 8 g0e8 $7 to $12 n
spitkepa o ek ".. ... te htmting jakoket, ''h isheduthei, grrttt-y, corodin itjZ o'hti ear tWO piece suits. All ,
i a ionst0 i,. a.ancxi kin ds of summer gar-
s roal pa's4, ad big baseball in a sma al boy's trouser h d
are were at one tp: po k t ...... oin S t for t relie .. ..
qt, ota r e in "That'. nioe of yourt businesA; I wt e fanf thfel W
in fStt oalstruoted ie wat ^ you to give me something and is pennt becse the cnuse haI eest I I
tkt.rogoklt tivei to me quiok,"' was the grutt remhvecithrm sintheblood
:.ike.^^ The ere cmfn o.etocat u n Rheonato i oThe Outlttert. mJa
h. B, 1 R PT1 c; otnuitodate you,' replied T'- - . .. __
le iel. : "I'il give, you sone.' $ 0
A14*7 :7 $Tiv.tO Toan l ..... .....Ito-youWo lC....'$7a'--k-bu ---$ O-- ----

i too1 ,a 1t e arhe. n Q tb woilf tb grub," And he did, with n r I R U
,ridherif 1enne ll departed on the noon AS0ABLIQnEDl '0"E1888 18
1l6.daentothern paser o~il. kithe mines, having in custody
onverted rom narw err, wh was onvited Wednesday Nw i5 i All i ze". W
Atg*When te gt for earrylag' concealed weapons and AL a
the ;t:t *. .E PIan senteioe& to Aix months on the nn ii rit nT T I fl
44 l y oni an "re

03.ne .11,thurott th A o o f o wh e i. n :. "I ii i liI V. : W k W. a o

-ope loi theliine' A,4A o t oCh elera atid.Dar- AiNDsortmoit, l.ludlu B. R. COLSON, Manager,
tr a this, n sistd rhoa Reimedy Can Do. his Latest Patterns. OAlNVILL FLA.
t propartyk to- engage ine
af vegtable on l e peteef elofthiplace, had bee WATER COOLERS* sto n ..
Stilt thie eion for te years Aurer fromhroAll The quetUon of Titl
atae :was ,ntfdted too' a diarhoe," writes Wden & Mart first eonsilderation tfor the
i egr.e the pluok andi pe'ta. rqghf ,d o i f ), nterpise, A.P. "nr.il ,Sp...' S ummer ,,t "I ... i
Shi wo the ration a been treated by physoin with- f Tit
SIn all parts of the .Tntte out ny pmanetbeneft. A few aAIRDIAD
ii t to' work with a months ago he coeniced. taking W o A R
ioday th ing forc .hatberlais G.Oolic, Cholera. and 'i *e To ay pl Con o lard In o ,
alu a then tleDof ta-s road tarrhoeas.em'edy,:hind in a ort Alachua- nltY ftrnism :d
wa entr ly h d. M Yt appl'cation. . .
a^eg pfrorherd awh o know the eate"W iaas- -the he n e. .a
lu1 other frUlis and .vegeta will testify to the truthprlnest of; thit
eb.nd trainlpoads statement. 'or aale by all drpggis AX RET RND
In the da.aa e..nd medicine -om.Ppai-esl dA PEwD
Saves Two From beath. AND IA ..
Sttle daughter had an almost Go to .upeme.toourt. And all mstters coern.. -
Vt Ik of whooping sough and CgMCeg, A pr) .-- A t ooference "r IIng the roidemption of un,
fis,'? writes Mrs. W. K. .O^ t l x*an 4 and the ele oO t t ..-I i ,caeted tax certIl tl es
Lial, of Armonk, N, Y., "but, *waois the other, it attended to proptly,
'.O .othr. remedies .failed, we -t hi r tee dreeda- eo" r ..e
her life with' .lKing's 4W e.,etst i co ory tom the supre s "
v o. ur niece who hiad con. .to *ion. ar *jo nT K t -~ *
iin da, advaed astAge, alMo Uilment 'lAW t prest t eoo l et. t '. ttofi: S
t ewon erful medicine and to. t ia'n. dr IWill e.W
e"Vnte 6gee we -."D' Depe..rate u -t h ecalseh aaas.s t t eNpt
dg .dsea teild to Dr .or .iver over thM ballots be-
Stit "ooixB e0 lfa oono .atte r N, JQa DuLL, J. P. w u
k tind coulds. hcpd bot.tles T st sk.Hd OYSTER
teed "y all dr.ggl.s. Trial A reliable .se4y lo bowel fcoT S R .
Sree. ....aits ale. .l.rw s1 be1 kept at. hit xd. yoUre(ied 1(1.Ao o
. .... .... V. 1 .y. "u:. ,ih i r ator any,0 o..one to *.
t O S laths Collo, q holer QA aut urerh "
ettg Ba"eball Game Between a. d Diarrhoea Remedy ne PROCaiElSEaEwD ICE ' u"t4. '" "a
4V hool Teams. waI ...a..-t -EW P
diI gpne betweeOnjhe Go tke.F.mlme. by aldll l! (Cmpresmed) oyster htws" on Zss"M flihtr, three
Gehobt a. 'tr e^ a^.m'oridA i:- c p.-- --o,,.p--,e ....... doors south of 1Poeofoe, ol0tell a
ia.y Saturdy Al rtrnoop resulteiid tobber MV Good Hl. s are of the pubItl pA ronage,
iaoxy for: t H oigut etool, lby a iJA tot Ai6 iti 6-A diwiatch to y s.pron.t. do lery s All 1kids of sid. wee? Fiish and e..
cotf 18 to 12. the I0pVetI21 I4wtonl ')sl&, or as wtl ve prompt *ttwoo n. Ieti Oytert, dirot fim GCot4r Kley
, I e. . ger, Wh Il warbbed by Free and prompt delivery to all parts
e. *...i -.......... .h l 1n th i i t o *t r al -...--.-- -- uf h ,ity. .

A:,l, Ni'.:.... :..R 1 ...wM ANDtERSONhJOHN.
155155. 8 $.- *tth Phone U OA1n hil-o tro
:' CF : :.. bus aidB ..ter N Btic.tar A A WCoast 'Line
0 ...........I "se o o4 I ig If the Mileage Tickete
i 8. tiam , on poff a Hr. .i l ( O r" 4,00 s i .
of itssse t tI for pri pup t zhetrle Light Wiring a speel lty. Are goo 4 oer tho following liA i
| h Waldo ,es doflpteiwiatw 6g e*S AM# tatize I i i $5 A s* .0 Al work gnante4 LNTro mA t
.o g ht. "o t y.It".-.T.ifA .A%. . M T l. '.%jAXTSI OOAS T INIL
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harkabin feature of theo

P60,410 U,. 0 ';l i.,non
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6 lA| by soun.d lioe is eausdd bm sou
ltdid of the mueots

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nent physidans as the ,f o
-Idney and Bladder touwle

Is, offered for th* return of An hour lost,
set with 60 peilsae.oh pearl set with
0 diau.ind., Youung ..mn, have you
eyeFt oalulated how. many o. t these val-
ttbl e ove,. ihha.,. lost in the last
m0th-th l0sYtoeamr Don't while
sr sirne away, btt a ,0 d.

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rOonIeo O Palmetto, Manatee and -Oneeon
'Train 8o eaboa' rdw York Limited, daily: solid I
Augutilne a- d 8a0toVlle to New York, om posea en
datePullman eqtpmnen 0 6 fOllow Pulh n dJninaca d
lepinca omar, O0 en~tt1I and oaervi tion. ar t.
Trin ~04aboar Ex~ prXes, drawing roomP i
Jacknfow tIe A Whihigtofat. Vestibuled ay coasb et
and Washitn a t 1.ieOhn, V-ied ay oa bt
'WTI....o.if l pWC cars between Jacksonvill
No.66-bocaI coaches, mail, baggage ande
tween J .acsotie and Wi gton, and drawing room
twd f40 togton, and drain
tween aek o volle and Nework ..
o.. Pollman' Tprorcarebetween Jaiksonvle and 1n
ITo. 88 alet# at 1 taikeor LaCrosb, Alachua, Winlif
Intermediate int, and at Atrner with arly ird branh.
Noa, a Pll eepe between New Orleans Bnd s
and Tasday- L.mort
.A ACDSELLi Gen. Pass. Agent $.e
E4 0. 00;QB, TIo* t ezt.Garnesvile.

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1., artSaltt:l, rile. the 1! lt: .-tf
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Se- ,fe, '.H Pig a urnever tt t the l
S*t4 6 oe l the letter below the line

import t c4pp irt^ WBi.^ t t la hlnbfootede'b-
-da lhJs II, nw.,o are exempt from the faw -
t Ai the Saato m i reered Ia
r wh. .... 'ry4t now"z't of one man who in small o
s < the tact that be does a great deal of,
4tary of tyre enate. Wpapit l P. Be simply makes ai sta-

ik tt ttt ke the. capital It s rther ai-
rew tt th c ce odier. tan whe can't moake a stmul l
l o 6f DukL p his life. Wl ora never getm the 1
I Iol n Ip lowe t the letter below th e lne.
: p ~e ,kes i t look like a .club oottd b
it' Alia for lsta hief ntead o a f. There are exempt rom,
"he they try, to make the small b.
relth of ape tls for other v t the i k, and t lorre
h and asten beon wgli be lkett f e t r I t t 1 lir b

o*te'Dglt hng t- lfrat-dasflistl aIn
ART A sI they o it t th diue .toa i yl
2MY (itnquiries ask them ow
t Qf Ame.ItoiiIii .rs r Its amid aou Inancy will fih

S tu-hbto mu bf like the hbit .

t ie re t t spehei ti tl he wosy knorW *t ,
Ie fou h o i woreds e tte s oldu be tmade bItt
l o t hut, whor thA ey0ic oowritee t that es

Sotee e od4 they. Will gad ea
^*pl^ I sc~i oaptt& %vtalt. _______.
to ph jhT ?tfmpeatu'A d 'be ma o b*
hi the ane b .the 1ep :i m.t:.et ie arv e 'hirneis, an e t -

,tbe y ad beotw ofn pey redpot ftt
Ito sci"r' to ln ig ii ht t om theheyviiit
Wi )1 .owth w vrcat hueindeer Usuah I o-
1iaS l ft, *1 x .T..
e tle mite W i Pocue Deo ai te4 v'0s 0toat
e nviest gb ngreaterA number no e than

8, o o,4i hiHetty taT m,. th
tthit 'lft...' "nOrde .s degrees ,
,-i9ttos ad tbes of pey rfl t ffty
Sech lent teb an ns mucth igtotheio eyev
,AV^ o e Wse Pt o Prros Ueu. hun.ang.beins.^
tg on ..h..aerag e"hi, ;:. / though the .ra parerout of y New 00
k dispTlwn: lhsrit* treatrnttmh be.

h r Ari ved :wts let Ga dsh, feanflshe basgl viper dots andot
p d toi ':e th.r t 1lt wg .i h lry eggsall havi e the habi ofswnternaly
e ,,' ia lc be f'c In tr wings fortheir e young alivesurfae

IR Jo reported t ba*. : .v ": .ot ur"-wanlte, e.
A 4p; viplt to ..tie I.ea patrrotq of New Zea-
. treen tid gaia hing aat land bhoave developed a fo 't esa for
idke 'diAeO n<, -her .**i sheep.
in she pwl sarved vwlith o 4flIcO I arflh. swufaih.'baldx. g sparks and
it 1e.4, Witoutss.n. to h/tAto 4 etwolpNsa tl m davd.e tin a in 6of sWim-
tiOt ;palA a~ tlkc for b ^o. t'ino with their eyes above the, surface

o :..)., ..--. .. .. ,
S :ten -t e. p.alr 0' . shoul, beii pleased 'to exchange,

;i;t1:. t;! t I w.a>^ .-;'m' i a,- 4"** tez*.^*.* **t.x* ha4* met*: '*^'^ltoe a f*k*^irst tins., ^<



hh ntprti arin yrServio n, enibio P ai book." *o you ictuow

i ^ to patritc *ate in the aflaver ome. t had the habit of eriryln% no
ceremousBa$94 be" helhd ihawr ea*4 saed sluzr* sy pme Ja. a adWi*
lii'r4'V'Et. 'Aoog tine party wears t iea8'e notebook, just as *o1 are
,. C a. orAe W. G0o4(on A large I tt isp-prePated with on- IO U

,to, paU pilit iBiu to dpUve ne -r. s-ine
S\...^...^ .ihe e of 0't
"Otit"ose yeu la tn o&
ra ill-afford *o be wjthoke the dowai ye :-i'(ew Yeal Pr *
mphlet p ihed by The .
Atual Life n nuarance "itat o,, e;rtIr jeo delag .1
.ipany of New York .A ing Ito 4?u f as in
er's W8i." it Pf whenew tad been comI toiw t1 0w-
zs provisionl in the will of ix ipsulviled by alead i appin
P.ei.ntft .h~ a,4 o .tl --

n tewi Yor C :iu . a .,tveae t

pub ihe dstawwo, -
pphmei 16'' The

Vte ll. Weft twtT sel a" 4f

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lao ''^ ^ -'^"^'"^^ -,-4,'a tv44"'.^ 11;1'' toFfM ;^
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Sesslitz, 'president of the
manfc Womans' Club of Buffa N.
doctoring for two years, was finall


Y., after
ly cured

of her, kidncy trouble by the use f
Lydia. E Pinkharn's Vegetable Cornpund
SOfir al the i~eO4ae Inownr with which the femalo oorgai .am is flotod,
'kidney disease si the most fatal, Il fact, unless prompt and correcttb atment
I* mied, th iwea patient eldo sui'vives.
S eoin fully afW,. (of this Mrs. 'rlnkham, early In her career, gaw ex
haltive Ot dy tl. ih.joct, and in lrodncing her reat remedy for Woma
ills- ydt utlim'a' Veogeit o oipoitd was cartul to see
that it Ciotaiued the corrot. pobihlnation of hobh which was aur to otntrOw.
that dreade< disease, woniman's kidney troubles. The Vegetable Compound
iats inharnmny with tlh. lawN that govern the entire femnaleo'sytm, an
while there are many so called remedlies for kcidey troubles, I.Yta 1.
Plnkhi4n's .Vegettblo Compountd l the o onlyone peily pre1
paWood j Me n,, ... .
SRad. What Mrs. Welsslltz Says.
S "D)A: Min P <,AM :.- -For two year n life was simply a burN
den, I 'unffed si~ a ,lw fmnalo troubles antn s across myi ck and
loins.. '1e tor told me tliat I had kidney troubles and prescribed
for nme. FOr three aoriths I took his medkicluC, but grew steadily
worse. My husband then adMvised me to try Lydia E. Phiukham te
Vegetable ( .ipo0ihd, and brought home a bottle, It is the reatose
blessing ever bo6dghm L to our homne. iWithin thlie month f I was.
chaged womi@ a a, had disappeared) my complexion beoaime
clear, my eyes bright, w 4 eantro system in good ehape.od-Mas. P'AtA.
.WissrjTz, 1;76 .necat *t, ,,ufal 64 Y.4
Proof that '1 ny 'Trouble can be Cured by Lydia L PInkhajn' .Vegetable (olSpe
"D-ian Mnis. PIN AsIti :--I fod very thankful to you for the good
your modicinehas done me. I had docttoIr for yeari an& was stotidly'-
growing wors,. IThad trouble witl my knidnyo, and two d( it)ts told
me I had Bright's disease also had fall ng of the womnb, and. could not
walk a bloc at tinu,. iy back aiid head ached all the thmoand I wfa
so nervous I would not slereI; had hysteria and fainting s.oills, wa.s tired.
all the tim% had sucita :pitn in my left- side that I could hardly stand
At thime without putt ingl my foot on Homfethinfg.
"Idoctored with bVeral good doctors but they did not hpl me1 ny.
X took, ir all twelve bot)eS of Lydia E. PinkhUaln' Vegt tVfthle OliO-
poind, five boxes of LIVer Pills, arnd used three 0p A .of uauttit o
-Wash, and feel like a new womani can eat and sle my own
work, and coan walk two oies without feeling ovon e doctors
tell ..ie that my kidrmys are all right now. am a to b well,
andd, feel that I owe it all to your nwdlcine."-Ma AL S ?rONO,
Dalton, Ma * .. ..
r, lPIA.nham InVites all stokc women to write heue tor .dvlc.
h ha. p g4tde04d thoi ani4s to health. Ad ro' Lynu Myw,1.W,
$1WOO,~ if seot' O lajthjcbuWe 0 iRA 1#Ost d uPOW"
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rtmeupposed that .
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nu0 as she is ni ,
owit was feared for 4o that
S ? t:would prove fatai ,
."N'rs Win free and hli th i
Ilt. deoparted MondaY1, ri
"iethome at Key AWest,:g i a
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of t; pPer itled the p i hie to believe

a iof bheBlieW4ine 0 wo nolt .on-

y Aat t h m but it is eald ad-
..ii :, 'v ,Ated hlm nids ten:por.aari$e to hetlp

'the 'ent:ore oalb4 as they rea thed a
newLP$apr wal a big adverisemien1
the Ww. He 0o6 o0ly bortowed

doll eo.tio. w o oAver 4outtted his
s.. e lrity, and he t: where the astoy
A STaENBTRI Ou Saturday the 28th, Itt I said An*
dermont boarded the norobbound train.
N -;H told one or two about the station'
tsat he w9s gog g to 4.e 4 "run up t
awh a. broege, Spr ng -bs e h-a nopreturfled,
and some f his dites are be
ie -tO .. ay.i.gt h tianxio.i. In th-, peon. e o. Alahna have no newspaper,
anan that .shoit. and the plant lying as silent as thea

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Ulatwitok.: : blak a on btt e bh ..#le the belly.
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p hivue been ktmown to reach twenty-4ix
bhs Inches. The anlilal are man liy towed4
Ai.rived arpom ,h0.i hes and ae discott to apfroaht
e iso wel keown a ,ookl as the c tos tr eas
race... .a.ner, s.id soam of them are

KtIew 6f A the W. 0 1sa' t
mo .H.I Th\young housekeeper whoit told the
AshUman that SaiO wanted sfte eol and
e, l" BO weAbout t*o, yar and aA.".M: a
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ch 4 a '"Roll batter, *mamz Be atsed p.-
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dedoo ma ve iWa l-bcae wVs

la awhfer riby owIeg two *t eier^t1 bth

%a- open# woerds. -a* tw*o -*' ag1ta
Im:that (tBIS t the end of ta. borrowed moattee to

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Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 20,000
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the. Aooun"t of me"i tMrohants, C'orporatio e. etm..i oerestli
by special arrangeme nt. All buane oranaote pr y,

1GAflEVILLE, - Ft.,O

h4 ,eed ot' Luit, Large or Small QmaaHntt
Advances adbyle. Warehouse cbage freg .
m ade by letter or wire. Oorre
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Dr. Montgmery d4
cou.::.' .cult operatilonhoni,.
,'will' be baok atsii
today. :
;'' Foley's money ain4
opiates, and wiWll.,.oi
nearly allothe ought
tule subst ituteS l
leds t orue stt.rl

iTh e n ouity fu a l, fet, dh. yes
'dry.Y Sun job depor t

ji Bewt Port on rout-ca ,rom

""0e.v, Mr. Foster, paitorof thefl
!$I!: t: lh at Aiacih*iua ,d Iawthoi
i!n the i.y for at feW"hours yesto
i e. ewas en route homeIfrom t
l|ter place. wh.ror e c ,onducted se
M ~ ^^ '' a .. -*1 '"' i'-* '.<'.'' '

uaay. *
with other improvieente hi
,Ag suburb of North Gaifnes-
in addition to the residence of hO
htfer. Mr. Shafer' owns one
latest little homes in this eo-
4 i.t is kept in neat iid well 61.
1 Otind ition .,. : .... .
31, . t-ynn, the Presby- day
idln -t High' Springsj -w
tsIr short time yesterday. tte
it l9 ron Palatka, wht e
tiiie4' services at the Fis ha
p~ hwqrch Sunday morutlg !
who habeen attend. m
ij.Military Insti.;'
IS U the past few:
S',rif' but p.'leseant

homaks will

a sre hoping tb
.:, ,...OT
ii~iii : h Vit, ,

(S^re4 stotraseh asy cause no
ial k 1 When tAle stoiaomc6
eferm Its fumnntlOis the bow-
o 4deanged, the Ityer and
Sgest~e4, ceusing numerous
Si4 fata'l .or, Wholh are
therefore th re to be
he important thing is to
sto nch and liver to a
it aion, atod' fo. it pur-
iaton can hie used
[7: Llver Tabtets.
b al druggists.and medicine

io .Wk i's in .the oity. y ester-

gWa is wel known
ivng beon for some
Iaals rest I
fB uanle re' r-tly

~a. Wi~ialat a

; i .ent ford;

4lsSe4p 4i.h :ret.a '4-"t. O
Jtst rlntiia e beautiful lot Iof

R llea irt -fW.. rs
Ita N or 4.WdNa *
o 1 6oo- ,rll- .an

41 t, eW i hnme tI O eali' eater

nplowithl kod'turer

goa a .. .g, ,g two
.hle, pOidt .tirougihe the olty yest.nray
bn ronte to Uig Sprigshe,.pre they
will vi;*t utlnd fr' o few _days$ '
Mrs. FP. 4G. (iale qf ptlanta, Ga.., is in
$hee 'cty ot a v.i4i, to bhe ecosisn, Mimts
0lie0i ampton.6 (rt GOle be:oin
Sthe .oitate ats severall weeks. She
tha listed the erinipal" cities rnd is
charmed 'with floridha,

mons of sell ahre, in .-e oy. 1dhe
.former is the ef.I lifc t rpr sent*atv
tof his section oo th pap,.ltae of ion.h
yCorisaionep, iand .is iae for theig.
purpose of asttendingp thd moet.ng ofn
the 'ioa4id tieoday
,*o1y TrA^i ty church wlK orot ed to
th d at tfhe se^iTirrl Shi d',- ithe arln
Archdenocon Gray, prached upaon
hrist's triumphal entry' Into Jerusa
evening this 'week on Thea'. 'Es en.t
in Christs Life," and d every one 'i it-y
Rev. J. 0. -orter of OcalA, editor of
the Florida iBapteit itnes spassedt
through the city' yesterday 'en ,rout
fSotn Laqrosse, where on Sundny he
atte.e odnd the pweitieth hirversaryt off
the Tunday oeholol at hat plaT e. the

and the cs passed offin.. inn Tn
Joyable aOd iprgeslv manner.
At Auojtorum Tonight.
heabeth B arrie nGill, .nthoe wei-l
Known cslngig reader- and ihperson-
ator, plIeased everybody ino, her two
evenings at Eale Mre. Her legan
bearing, ra.tPid art, o eutlful on.r
tralt voide band chart itng ersosality
formed a unique io mibinIona of enter-
:tiFning power, and her two evcning-
*wero among the spe il.y tract ijvo feas
t*tes of t0 e tha'tauqu--rhi $un,

The do Barieh at ti3ohnitto e Mus t
loa41l and& Dmatica 'ompanywhs ap-

appear against at th Atditorium. of the
ai esville Ginrade and High, School
this evenings as a Leum attraction.
It ir said by those who witnessed ethe
ebtertainment Satirday night' to 'be a
first-o lae and rofineg pntertalmoent
iraOhonic Bronchitis uo red. te

oplFer o e te ie har .i had Honicrey arn
Thea andb arwi wipell h wiitae Mr.
iseal Obn WtOr, ofmiendrueoi, apte.

eoate have need Poleyn Honey ando
old byW B1W cits drug store.
-*-o te er a hoi rn

Forcefiul and Perspicuous.
The lecture bf Mrs. I. E. Bailey of
Prohibition Park, Staten Island, giv en
on Saturday afternoon in the W. 0. T.
IU. room, were well attended. Mrs.
Bailey addressed the congregation at
theoM. E.C hutrch in t-h evening. As
a speaker she s fibreful and persplcu-
oni.-The News, Trenton, N. .,
This eminent lecturer wll apper at
h elhwroh W nee-
daiy evening and Firat Baptist oh
Thuid ay vei f this W.ik, at -
o'clo k, under he auspices of the W.
0. T. UY. There will be no admissioia,
aknd the publi aited
-onfes.tons of a Priest.
Rev. Jno. (. Oox, ot Wake, Ar.,
writes: "For 2i ea l red fta
elloiauifnd4ea o-iteltPin t ,-
et hytlan 4 te a@

wo. 0 ~0d ot I .:T. ofi.a^.o
f,e ay rbet h hen, a
ireid4iio.,lt sihk
$1131 te Idre yte for h
dat the Wipiae oftle mn e

Whre: W.' ,epl' yressoed hist he flatl

tth a!).
inedm. ain by elob v ofr thr,!,, eb6
SMr., ,ay repliSed o tshe bcordial a
ra,-eas wl~.ad oe .in beautiful ln.
0tpr ig bef oresi f that degr ationt
p.oheS m ;ae.
an OOMMIr T ,Orane, i behalf. : EPORT.
es a. ball..ey of the rest B ,ap-ting
Uneasy Over Silene
Baseball enthusiasts in. thiscity are
tend during onagoont oem as iakness, wel*

anticpated, whn toitI.e apn arent
corned Mr. ht in behalf of thee Ba.o e
s oipts io s,';" ca.li a et of
Mr, lay replied to these ordial athe

urances of welcomthe in beautifua-
lan age, xpreasosin hih graptflatoral
weekattheag, a ethis. o mitte 'wi.', i.

pitede when the As9000,tion adejourn-h
aeourifg asc g nod teago as was a. fires

pred Ora'ct to naof the committee on
th people aenw pberdpo that at the

frqeatnd only meeting Of the associa-
tion baseball season is was pideveraly ap
weeks ago,a. e hthis committee was ap-
porotedawhen the aStociateion adiejourn the
hopedthattheo ittee wl o call the
quessoition, "w'tgethere are they at?"n early date

and make a report, one way or thp

1',, t
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a o o Oedar'Ke2 apeat Yes-
S he:0ty :visitih Mife^ICe

dietr. diteiases is 'y
r old by W. O. Wallabe's
1, Wc _ha6t, tal aci t

to ie -ingorhantof that thrvniiig
!wt4 was isbg the business yv'sftors
11 h ity yeo t rJay.

ty t 3 o'Qelock 'thlea ateronon, at
leh ful.l atto..nce i desired.
It*%t s physic:' '0haztberilp's
t''I h and Liver Tablets. Easy ,.
44lea.th.in. effect For.saod ,bY
S4 tramdleiine companies.'
SGrltin'r of Jon esville is in .the
f(^ ch i. rKnight Temnplar, iand.
Sfor te purpo se' o ,ttendigth1e
isesof P(igrin 03oqmmandery' last

S reo~o l fied-1Nice line ladies,'
l ld 'p4and children's ready-towear
t; s abPe .B!n all lteadting style;
(sp irwe*ilis,"etc..' 'Mrs.i W. ''Lee

'S, ;aIbel of $acksonVille, a, member
(t e 'rim of Babel Bros., t.e .most'ex-
ia buggy and harness house in the"
t ,4 i.:; a busliess *visitor 'to the
l jterda <' : . :
_:ade. Wimblsh, a.'harming
ati^ of-Sparr, who'has' been at-
a~ E Florida .Seliutnary' in' this
lliBetur'ed t hber home yesterday.'
ihe hla3 been :taking a special course in

$ill i ed: :rooms with privi-
J l t tqte ts tO .' per,. week.
l i ,round floor, suit-
S *iitlst, ".physiclan or flrst-
i elss aker. Apply to Brown
, o.c .. ..
:s OClori#departed yesterday
~;'doti er points in the. in--
Sout^heft Baptist, of whtch
( tie assoclate editor .and Lfielde
M^t^J^saIteA that' the. first issue
S i r hioh will be published
I e~ e will appear on the 15th
.P lTh has "the -pleasure.
leaeta~jing Hon. :ienry/ Smith of
0 ril, ..,a former friend and
#j$iza of jthe to rl lit the Georgia
gisurei Cold.-Ami:th is onie-of the
|^awyero p.nd. most Influential
St'hi ounty,- He Is "here on
bl+:tin 6f Phtllipbu N, 3.,

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WibeGiven by Mrs. Tru Oenby for
Benefit of E. F. S. Athletics.
Announcement is nMade htl t Mu-
sioal ente'rtaiime$t will begioven in
this eity within:thln t~tw asys fo.
tho benefit of tlie athlete department
of East Florida Semiuna ., -
Thispromises to bne o:"'*itlhe most
,enjo. able entertainmenas of the kind
ever given here, aa aiiu ib.r of our
leading artists have oonab:ted. to par-
t i c i p a t e , . . .
The entertainment WiUl given on-
der the auspices of MEi-i mI Denby,
aind further partiidla-.te given
l te r ": ... ..: .; .,_:_i_"_:- _: "
A Prominent Min s|l eiwommends
COhamberhain's dtie. oilera and
D iarrho ftmiy ..
Rev. Franet i. i tor of
the, 8, Matt.hew ptIt
prident of t h iIt 3i pISt
A..*Soc!tion, 2781 esi eir Or-
lans, writess ::f a^ ba used Chambeltn lr
"ad Diarrhoea,. j. lias
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His Grove is Fine.
W T. 4Jakson, who. owns on -the
eastern shore of beautiful Wauburg
Lake, one of the finest orange groves
and farms in the coiinty, was in the"
city Saturday anrd made The Sun an
agreeable cell.
Mr. Jackson states that his grove,
comprising thirty apresi was never in a
more flourishlng.oondition, being ab-
solutely loaded down with blooms and"
young oranges. He anticipates the
coming season a large crop.
In connection with his orange grove,
Mr. Jaokson has '.planted thirty acres
of cantaloupes, a# well as a large acre-
age in cucumbers, tomatoes, etc.', and
as a staple crop he has planted heavily
in both cotton and corn. He says he
expects to make his first shipment of
cucumbers, which will be very fine,
about the 1st p rox W- .. n
A Brilliant Wedding.
At the home of the, bride's parents,
Sunday, April 5, at half-past eleven
o'clock, Mbiss' thel Kellutn, the beau-
tiful and accomplished daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.i Henry. Kellu of' Camp-
ville, and Mr. Henry Bryan of the
Same place .were rOited in the holy
bonds of matrimon. The bride was
attired in "a ovely white silk,-with or-
ange blossorps. The groom wore the
conventional black.' The happy couple
left on the 2 o'clock train on "a bridal
tour for facksonville. They returned
home April .6th, May their every
cloud have a silver lining.
-Savid the Loved Onesl
Mrs. 1Mary A. Vliet, Newcastle,
Coloi, writes: ., "I believe Ballard's
Horehound Syrup is superior to any
other cough medicine, and will do all
hai i-claoaume .ow it, and it is so
pleasant to tak. .My little girl wan"se
totake it when she hasnoneed for it.",
Ballard's Horehound .Syrup is the
great cure for all puimonoary ailments.
:bo ano d #1 at Johniso Bros.*
Attention Knights of Pythias.
the re.l.ar weekly meeting ofx
Mount Vermabitl Lodge No. 20, Knights
of Pythiss ill ble helat "e. Oastle
S ,r Dutton's banat 7:i0 o'elnck
*ilha W^a*of mteubaer is da-.

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