Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 18, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID01861
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

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to havt abstracts of ti tles and&*'tb $'tNWI4e
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*i and regulate .the :mUoikIOl*' g, k.
meantt of Tarpon uSprnin.gs. ..
Mr. Trammoll of FPoIk-To *proiibit
the false 14beling of :rag0,1Base, ppok py
age, medicine, wine, beer, lquor eto '.o
and flxiiga .penalty therefor" i
Mr. Trammell of Polk-'.A* prohtbit i
he:.publishing of false .and, fmigslAi g
.epoirt's rolativo to- t0h16ci ate :?t
weatherr conditions in ll.ds SttMe iMdWil
ret. src>Bult thereof. : :.+ ':. *.. :
i ilaon third reading were :takl up
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:uee bill 5-IA-Mr. T'.rammell (P~iok, Ch
vidlg 'forf tho, p0u0, ishllment of 5.l eomlt
Siliton' 30eThants wh'o shau.'ll 3ake i a 1'
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CPnnections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, ex
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i.Seabhard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers betwee':
Tiams1 J nieeand jNew York, via BRiohmond and Washington. VeBti.
"i COAC)ts botwbp Jacksonville and Washijngton, via Richmond. VYe6i
tTlb daycoahes between Jaaoksonvilleand Washingtni. Cafe dining 04-y
service from Jacksonvill
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tweenJckesonville ani Washington, and drawinm.oom Pu]lmaanleepers b~-
tween J onv0le and' Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleppeisa b
tween... sonvilland w York.
NO. 60 oonneots at ftarke for La~rosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wann e6 d
Iatermtlediate points aid atAcnier with Early Bird branch.
No0. 60 014d 57, Pullman deeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.i
Stabamer for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tueqda
A. O. MA9DONELL, As't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E.O. CO1B, Ticket Agent, Gaincesie. "__ : _'__ _


AI RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES,
P T CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICIES,
S Wortbyotf LIBERALITY OF POLICY CONTRACTS
onatldeation PROMPT PAYMENT oi, LOSSES. "
We cover these important points and respectfully
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wiktn lot' Taapa, brother of
wierm agent hedome, J. A. Murrel,
dj the summer in our midst.
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Ble GPinesoillo, afte apendillen
(lChearlientdays. the guesy and
ael1e is green now, for L. W.
Ipdd eighty orates of cabbage
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Ahl, one of PDnnellon's i l f i l
'Iusiness men, was.here last
saee his friends, tTiN d.of .-ydl ?P3.%aihin8< Vgetable Compound over the diseases of woman.-
',M olli Adkitns,h anniq Boote kind is not because it i.a stinulant,--not b otise it is a palliative, but simply because it is the most
li Baz(y of Hawttirnr visatei wonderful tonic and eobonstrucfor e d6 vered to aot directly upon the whole uterine system, positivelyy
s CURING disease ana retiring heith and" .gor .
SaLee ker iast reelK. o uMarvelous cures are reported rom allrtoft ountry bywo ho hv been cured, tr
r Le1hoTenningalet for Dun- nurses who have .witnssee psc ho haw re d the virtue in Lydia X.
F riday. .Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and are tair enough to give credit where it is due.
a-ll voted Moore's Minstrel quite
,s FridAy night. u One of Many Women Cured by ILydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
tNINQS LAKE JOTTINoS. Without Submitting to an Operatiod, Writes : -.
1 te F"rDEA"MRSA IRO.s. TW : I a great suffer f6r threo years had some o f the leading physicians,
aiJs f Interest From That Thriving and they all said nothing buFan operation would cure me, but to that I would not submtit.
<|Hurg-Personal Notes. "I picked up, a paper and saw your advertmserI and mado up my 1mi4d to try your medicine. I
Ings Lake, April 17.-The south- had fall and finflimmation of the womb and a florof whites all tho time, pains acros small of back,
Si bin. ~s trr ever headache, did not know what it was to be without a pain or an atcho uiitil I used your medicine.
wln i i lowing, in torrents. After three months' use of it, I felt like a new woman., I till sound the lraiso of l.yditt E. Plnklham'a
ii,, growing from March. Yet Vegetable Compound." -- Mts. WM. A. CowAN, 1804 BDal hilidgo St., Phiadtlphia, 1'a.
.t.bttona, for the .tuch needed
| e g alqign. A :god season. of A Graduate Nurse, Convinced by Cures,"Endorses Lydia 3. Pinkham's
ithw*Would make the farmers
th at long welcome tare o V etableC pound. he Writcs:-
Ho often seen in campaign times. "DEAI M"st. PINKhA:- Ministoeing tro tho ski I have had nmuinero chances to compare LydAl
A.Linidsey,onef the West End ]E. Pinkihani's Vegetable Compound with othler iu(dicitioa in ces Of 4die,11eI of wo114n, anid the
.w attend the. normal at number of cures recorded whee your medicine w1us *ied .3onvinc.d n i that it i, t; mtifest amd i surest
,B d ntite the n' 1mat medicine for a sick woman. )Doctors certainly must know I he votloh of Lydia .i. lPtikhlmI' V'geta ie
-aid -I .-the 0i6ent n-day omiopoiund. Iainm convinced that you deserve thoe spiptiid record you have invite. -- Vours v'ry tru0 ,
nday at1 hotne, reitninbg Mon- iat. OCATxaia JACKSON, 760 eaubien St.a IOtrit, Alici. (Ghurto N ,und Prd lo dit Detrola
i f gi .a. "glowing account of Emergency Association.)
o.rk in progress at, the normal
at the officers and teachers are Many Physicians Admit that no Medicine Known to the Professlon EquaLs
*ht ones in the right place, Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound for the Cure of Woman's Ills,
t a nck Brown assed through e and We are Permitted to Publishithe Following: -
48ua'day eI route to Bell to get 5'51
Sis. Mr. Brow :. i putting in ARM.u i s. PINKAM :- -It ivS giv m nt pt e, to state tlhat I uve found Lydhit X;. Pliikltuum'I
Be on thli mu, needed labor Vegetable Compound very eflcacaous, and have often Vprescribed It for female ditfleultiks.
p6L c fTnads.": Otir county "M oldest daughter found It very bnontii:l for itic iu iItrouble aoine two yoeas arm, ru iiuvyo mii stc
pBf P daughter a using it for female weakness and as a tOiane, tiAl i1 Owly but surely giving sttrengit aid hieUlh.
has seodred the serige of a I freely advocate it as a mut reliable specitip in all divorde6s which women arc s ib t.nd ,tiv i.
Sthe person of Mr. Brown. hopesat endorsement. Youra very tly, SAUAjI C. X nUi&A, MA)., 4. Brighamn Park, Fitch burg, Mss.
ied, at the "residende of the
athet, Sunz4ay even~tg', 3J It physicians dared to be frank and open, hundreds 4 them would a iel JenkAth.s t iss Bfle preAsrib Io1dth E. PInkham'm Vegetable Compound in severe ciaes of ftnmalu [ills, as t4hey know \ I
imharolng iaaughter of i. A. O. experience that it can be relied upon to.efeet a etu.
ST .ha le departed .WoAiet who are troubled with itinful or irregular melttratlmi, aek whe, bloating (or atmnul, e)
happy liture lecorrh t, falling, inflammation or iulcration of the yutei, aovtian twrublTs, I hat "tharhlg-downl" fc(liig,
Ixing tzeipuure home di Alsf+Stniess, indigestion, nervous prostration or the,. bUe, should lt e inutmedlae action to ward -f
7|ette colanti.y A host oft c lrth oa colnsequenoes, and hbe restored to-serfcet healthit ad strength by takdihag Lydhm EI. Plnkhlnm's
lwsh them a prosperousnlife I Wetb. Compound, and then write to Mrs. Pinkhami. I-ynn Mar., for further free advice. No living
I stream of times. ..iI k. hii such a vast and succnJssAful exrwdeftte in t-rnatit1 femati' Hls. fhe haei guided thouiands to
i nd T. Everett purchased t *y smufferltis woman s,,iild o f..t V4.uw. ay-vi. --
ni g of T . -M ilt n fifteen .... .. .. .. .. ... .................. .........
stock cattle.. ____ .
nnt Minister RCAommends A C oast Line
Diarrhoef Rerndy.. ...... i FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
iei. Franicis J. Davidiu, E-pstor of II J "Vl Jl v&
.8t. Matthew aBapii.t.t:hurOh amnd RMAMO O. E ( P om r
sidaent of the Third Di-stosic aputis .'' nWei14 p. I All izes. I or o t stImId hp l J| k mtd
itoiat-ion, 2731'Second,St., New pr" .t- --*- .u'n Jeklwm. u n
sut, writes -a follows: Rapd Tranitand U rpa d rvice
aA Chamberlaiit' Cols c Cholera 4 fltf^ ,
4iarrhoea Remedy frramp and Time Table in e (et. April .14 1908.
[S in the stomach and foutid it exit A4"t POPS.",ea ar Por 3AlJNEaviLI Arrive FIr
Ient,. It is in fact the best eamp I t.rn
I .s : rns. 0-f---hSp-'tp Newberry-r
S.colic remedy Ijae ever .12:lOpi am i I pr Nt srry ais Iter- 4 4 I
..eveyal ofr'my pariahiuMr 'ha, mo d 4aly '- Piut mlra- loiut .iy
t wityh P4441 Mtif TER OLE-S,
i. io athn ae. drSIggi iAnL L IA7pm )cala, Lesurg amd Tampa, and 4 1 +. .

Kding Edward at Valltta, i-ptirtium k.,u, nillte, q,5 lpy-
0 ioi ya e lo n EdwardVon b o d Wa rrijt.P 'Porih, East au d W st I
S ^toay from Gibraltar ad." Y al baand Wdt 1) I
Sthe warships and vsirk 4. d
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arrival T"h e V cit was a d .
S. khnglanPriatooo ; se Uoi
Beauty and Strength All
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our lateis patterns in Neglit
Shirts, 80mnMrHoIoery, SuImP1E
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light weight clothes, no matter
what shade, is the thing for this
time Of year.
Me&in Cloth Shirts $1,
That ars ro (.8.0*LO i6pds the
world over. They are eo00 and
stylish.
Fine Shoes


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EaTAaBLIHED 1880
Alacliua wqunty


Abstract Co
B. R. COLSON, M agoe

Thll (|estilon of T'tle a
fli'st eousilherit,4u ft Ir ith
Ilvemtor....

Abstract of Title
rTo any pjete orf land in
Ahimchioa county frrnlshed
on applicatlon,

TAXES IN RETURNED
ANI) PAID)
And alll Imattor0K e0tsIr
Ing tho redemption (a Unt
caueceld lax certlleates
,tt'iili to4 pro.atptty. ,


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Cap t.rn and tsraighte f, whole leghle l t
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e* 4Ures ner: 'otheaster awept ,New' Y .r. blood and energy '" '
SNew J y coat tea
odIyH o t1 i much. dmage to shopping ANHEUSER USCg
..... ur was. as stlgght fall of ,, ..

Alcohoi-.l b%*4&.i Ml arms, i.
La Sci ft t o Union sitrk:es went aboard a Ia ris a s r and positnv4)
e i r at Cleveh.~, d a crell. beat nornLe a I j. uSa la
,, r*te uni~o. men ... t.irew :-^ .^ tion. t aids digestion:. and isa &
audience btre e". W: O. boai'd. 4-
Nthe los tpeanc lee- 7 ~nsi~ srer, of te m itsl a food in liquid form.
aithe ^etho~ crch F riday army, is to Ie tr.e by 'ouit rmartial Al-Al 'gist selflit. prepared oy by
Swo hlear him ) "Microbes for killUn a Urivate who did not salufteB -
id, oir the Oh istry fAocofol" proeily. ; . iAnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n
Klb,'is one o rf e most interest- A docusn nt ates he4 uncovered 'I -St Loula, U S. A-. U
b tors thAt ver. visited he city, the. Phillinsncs, written by Aguinaldo at. LoutU. 3. ,A. ,NOT
)As address o eated a deep im- which -is a cnnve!ssion for the murder Sre n of ? tVe ja" a mowt Budwlatp. Miohtob.
..... ...ial BlacK i TaQ* Pae-Lagr. FAust. Aahtu*o.wr
.. "Standard. port Pl and .xqulsite.
r. aylor sai, n his introduction, Ift is stted that-- admnitri 'rlll by F. EA)WA (ai 1, F
Sre~retroye4 fror lack of knowl. aecise he i-,'sts on apra.cutlgr .. *..-*..-
atO e ,bundT *-Apd eighty adnavy :b.aex who have bep. mipg --
pitoe aro'd oed, eveh gli I .e Wa HITe r$ REA
countryy fo" nk of very hoi',v has ben areted at 3t !v1FU
a 'd..' very simple knowledge co, where the c:.rr is staying,, -"' ; .... .- .. ,, .,^
hinjthe nature of alcohol, and i's "riscner was "rnind to have a-revo as L" a eme
A btheilving bumanb0d, We on h, person.- *t,
ore abot0 the subject, of alce- A St. JAeteluniug 4^8patcI. say8 th.1 l'g^'^' _- JAMES l. BAILL&ARD, St. LOuis.
az th anwedid rift? or tweity- it is pntoutced that Oeneal "tb- 4- V
B ago. 2The researches o< koff il shortly reelgqa the g'overno4 -I'' or lt by tnion iro. (jne vilt
I a.no physiological science generalship of 1plad. It Is prob ...
ught to ligh t new fits -and 1 that his successor will be Prtin a Al r... ..............
:i s, displacing old-tiimoe. ntons b. aky, gver or of Kharkof, - -
Senough, but it is-Io up-to- tItiss'la- navy, Is sufortn'g, from ..I
or scientific temperance senti-' "ji'l and ha a 'been ordered abr- d.lt i .. Prl*e
everybodyy believes in trn--.* exkPected,'thlat ris sccessor will .
Oine according to his notion orf O d"h l.t 7 ..
,^e. "peranO is. Jbc eveA The IWshite 8-ar !Iner Oeltic, Awllsc I
omperance. coded I the Mnrrey yesterday 'has e
he speaker sought to clear away the Bri tih te u er Ieathm ore otd B
y rvfalse notions about alcohol. had a. small hole tove in her port se l
tw people can give n up:te-date or amidships, reared the d'amag a Sant G n esv II F I r'i d a
retific account of what ethyl alco- toeay proceeded oan he- voyage frot
10 or there it comes from. Mazty UIverpool to New York.
tpOU that it is everywhere in nat IurOe,0Kl ney Ca,, AA
tJhCat i" is to be found in apples, ,.e .f EDW JidY rblsadder r,1te F111
chess, pears, grapes, etc., whereas it -
not found anywhere inthe o onso ctt T Sohool '
Le forces of nature, but in the ex A O-nor W Law MRO k REPUL DRE oK :. --
no~p ent of the yeast microbe, which i tr o VIINIA,
a eaten up sugar qualities, In other .V t nr r Otd :f t YOt are reTOSj t.hltl y '
rtt, liquor men have.called it bug afi .io in a4rt1 to inspect our Patte, /I
l]ee/which is seientifleally correct if t LO. MINOM. em, ; 1
isadesaguat' b tesriological bug -- -- .... i ng' t h
|iee." Hel Said that beer is a ld,! . YLE .
le-half bug juice, a-nd that the only WM. A1Sc, w t,
thing in beer for which men drLuk it is Contracto r fOr Elfeitr al irblng,: ..gl ,'', n -- 4 '-
*the bug Juice. d We on as Le A 0' .
.Dr. Taylor concluEe, vhis most in- El.tr,8 Fllad.B.rglrAlarim h , .,
teresting discussion by giving to alco- -.---. li.[ .i t i :n e. i .
hol classification atnong the poisons. oleAotri Light iirng adpc specialt lt, IN BA1 i S1t .'01, .
Ie t said most poisons are elassed All work guaranteed in accordance &0, &C.
either as narcotics or as irritants" A with the .otitheastern Tariff Ass'n.
ry 'few poisons combine the, two
-limtacteristics of narcotics and irri- Leave orders at Waits' Bicycle Store, a ',lbly Of geientlAet'rlnl apt |
.. latts at the same time. Alcohol is ono or Thomas' Hardware and teud store, n
- ,the very few, and is therefore Gaineville,.a t "
i r 'serious poison than it it were .' '-" .- ,. . i 1 ,: o
Sy narcotic or exclusively a r- .. i ALLAC ES MAROi END o.
s poison. Its pot mcy a a nitrotic Bros BlocAk
i| son places it in rank with -opium, CITY JIR U n STORE I s pi, .,x.e .,.
|flogtrm, chloral and cocaine. The n and hsb e .e . t ndred and br(. ij

er cities in many parts oftheooun, .Matoakes a o .o.eft "t I NtynJn__hr"
a .re.pasuing ordinianoes forbidding Compou0ndling Prescriptions- .' ...
s Nsale of cocaine by drg stores e-
pt ,upon physlians' prescription s. I thuy Iheuld be. ',
> teir a penalty provision of $200 for x p. -4b"
1eyry violation, which isscientifically .
hiQ"lng to do; but for every argu-
nent in favor of the prohibition of TOILET ARTICLES, eto. .. H
iaine there are two arguments In .ul Ite nte ..e...... ...
or of vhe prohibition of al- ~ ..- -
iek liquors. Preidnt Hadley ofr .. ... _ ._ : ....._ ... _.__ -. .. Th Clothing iThoWh f.i rom
thale University, recent said: '
Wbhen cornmopeople get po-sessiort a erdh ySelor Bros. & Co.,. t fimor,
f all the faoo touching the natdfe of uN of( ate York. ana y r
00cehol, they will driveve eery saloon it lofto he famou akers of 1 o Bt


b f .ts of the country. t JNoil ,Wt.of N i .
speao: a 0 .. f W Clothing- iu t Wl
,Tonight, Dr. Taylor A ill speak t l thng. w th* f- W r Al
J M '' W ._ __l_ __ ._I
.,,di, onua a theirr g. r- T Ia-sa Qos oa 0r01
i.nv k ,o' rmt fifre in Lown it 1" .. V
WOhb "* im b itt bertw. t loe't fs' t ar ,2+ ,. .
Qti ,l t. a ti d 1 p lt otl there sivoe m to 4Bl.yp ,,i' r" I I.
i,.-ls.i.u ,,-' ,t h ic i A ( W 1 3 o this lailr : ,
"ai -lt f "ti I tY, T U L ton dsi, tn. lel s

a Outr : ol i :i of rAl Iof e,,4ico.ofa t l rr.o .i.'. -.r,. .t o!,mom

oft land alt.o r'l b gt an py 011tr za
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"1s.rtw, 1atisne with yot# ,'o :. Rr uiy. ie
Weth m I 'For (2a Mu 41o IS* se Wbs- as) *
(.).. F o S-lix4 6). a|Ket ). .: .A.. .
s i ...gulse. Tomay- s"a r, e. ."";.ur o t.ll s p' E T D


ED "ItOR SW.E.TNES AND U
TY OF TON ', POWER AND,)

, ...'..- -""""'.. ...*'^ 8,
piho for this tryl"t oltmate. assuand-
l lounrter tuhns LthoC oAm oattuoted of i
list w5 tehs, no useIausatrtlsto "
boati lun'U90010m, in~ k te. on t ',rtic . . .
,wort uiuttlatr[i ohrtitltwintble. 3
tTp to fate. In eve ry.

Sold by us continuously for I
ER THIRTY TWO YEAR
without ta single failure. If yot
want a phito 'ut a Itlfiflno*'
service bit t'he

0 -as IoA. is o(ofrsIowet w ,ich 1 .4'af
n-s4h or on eauy thi3841w.a 'i nt* o 1
trial, We iy '0rotMht Writ. '*
roo. r O D oA VI


udden &Bates

Southern Music Hnm,
V AINAWH, - GA
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.
I'ABLNIIE *I -



FarmlinglmplemnI

ils, Iron, Wire, Pipes, At.
tUngs, Belting, Packlngetc.
tuilghl iliCar lts. S old In an
,im nt il.ty. '

Jet o(er of r .0 C'atalogiteA.

Baird Hardware Co.
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ltIhest Market PrlcePid .


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ly th


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* .tha tshe :


rbill,1
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h oniar and p r u a

(1 : Amieon *a rthuor, t tit *

baavass the rebaurts o the ett {
a eletioun Whel int.ht toy d
thi'.l4th inst. t'l .. "*TfawrsIa:t twas
sa^dh <. om ett p rep ed tII t -
t$itM the h olowtoi0 .ttket l *
MTayor, W R.. ThOlts'ni ,* .-Ok |4

MA, 0'rergo,.M Doi I, .

TipoQ motion the repy ^ w.doZpte4 oid
ti$ othe above ictkt ratifled. A:
r*oldeut Robinlo, who wa sWoo q tIra, took o aason too express
iital. thanks to the Vohuci onoiH ot. pr
y ndindiideaIlly, .for t, oqbr0 (

laih~hyi had see iitt to honor hht* ale


g .e dAlt red to f -o t4ie, ldn t
lIeieIn
Sts: of OiWneavllle had niade b
im bn nikn the deltlwttaest tMr t


tnhe
S0sA6i6ptome of hyial
did ease are xpgrierseed
d mo AM'd w6vteu hi.-
Ili PAWN,* hi*l4t4iU buildnrd
e w e h e alth b id n
t A
er *Compou hd,. \ f d the
lth e. sr feIe fluds it doielot
rostlol f:levecp, ifnrvousnesI
RPa ae auln Jarmn, if the
Apar nN~lfrgitrheu.WS
sealgia, dysp^pel^a kidney
out^ p are. comenfihg tov
l:wth f ie:afe.at l'rseexamin
M $uiton, o6 6lriton
'aineas C py otmpotnd and
b 1ih the little il; d not
on are slok. One be ij
I9 brave the phip rreo
qusdtomel,4eiue theI bloi4
oaf ust and l trong e
Sxttton:' obserng. testi.
> hae pften asked mue howl
to 1i4 so well, tor 4S'o
irlytunds bt weather '
oouisd 'aly, I hpve no~ aheke
a. )lyoue lsewer has been
ye4 ofltIng wauntil1 I a
a SIMI 'lif*ceoe stop^ work f

ta anke, sm e
I'tM s gra del 14w; Ii


a docor. hRve been
gatty o P~Itis' Vee
0' th 1i % rO un lea
es, In ^vhoh k a. f*le4 t

*40feilij^l^
t~T^t^w|.


4 0 W w W 1 rk0.......a.On %
t for tbI aeNed of the o a'
Ile bs leotie bonord as
feaii ttve of he for set

l AI#eolegues, m ez.clea uea.bly
a sNl^ ^equadtonu wl)^he 4d a


-ott4tr ~se In othe amoB i .ght," he'
al 4 pteyr^s I hett served the city sa
out with one of my colleagues. I ask
the co-peration of. the ono ll."
Aldertan~ Doig iade i clever mo*
tioehe. Hestated that ipeenmef toie
othe desire of l1 his jolleagutoI6 to Ir
tain Alderman Broomn t a clatman of.
The ttleceohineittee. He threWy afew
Sfrag D tt bouquets at Mr. Broome, and
conelude3d lbyrmaking a motion to ti
Sffect that, in his appointment of com.n
m1ttees, President Broome name him
1self as c6ia1rman of the fnanae corn-
anittee. The motipn was put by Alder-
rma-n Ped iokjicidy meionde4 fnd unan-
inoisly arie, wheon President"
Droowme again discharge? his thank
-No further bulnes",'th, Oounail ad-
Jouirned.,
a A Demonstration at CL~ -ber.
l, ain's Colc, 0ir and Di.-
rhot p^Mdy Can Do.
S our customers, a highly re-
101dc"tiof ts pae, had been
. for te years a sulterqt from e hronio
Sdianrrboa," writes" Walden & Martin,
I dr*0gg0jttu, of ipt tfpise, Ala. "HIo
. ....ias4 v lilu'jipatent preparations
a 4 bee created by physicians with.
I an\ ptznmanent benefit. A few
St a th gg h!e .otimehoed taking
SJ.mber3atfi ollo, Oholera an
I Matitoea uledeiy and' tn iithort time
^*I relyouretd. M Sy oitisena
of Itwrie" hp b know t We ntleant
!i ntlqify tetohe tr. 0 0leat of this

a a o tuio t

1 e ... 1 e
: w. d-emoua-

w ees sor
v Olt; to Wll tW e
;Ift Aret ownu loit-,
eabbia&te

1 %t0
ii *^ler boo%
mr| SweSe.!


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ais:essm or an
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a h ioved aid atthe el tine of

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Why don't you try for the same health M1
ur 1 you take Wine of Cardui according t
Sitrigthen weak and worn-out women ofanyl
onsewife to bar her exacting duties, Wine
'f aol the duties of womanhood.
It will relieve the pains of irregularlt,
) 11"rrhoe; ovarian troubles and has bee
dici*os considered dangerous tri orn
donot uffert the monthly period. T y
0c5 Wine of Cardui gives them strong ne
S.00 bottle of Wiueof3B. a( p1
iByou free fr.ox pain .

WrInME


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Since last week hundreds
of ladies who know and
appreciate quality and.
daintiness in spring and
summer Dress Goods have
visited our store. Their.
verdict has b,:en unani-
mous that our stock is
the most varied and best
selected ever show in
the city. We have all the
new -things in White
Goods, Lawns, Organdies,
Dimities, Mulls, Swiss,
etc. Call to see us.



G.W. HYDE


H F.DUTTON &CO

COTTON DEPARTMENT
GAINESVILLE
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