Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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 28, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01871
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Fea' 'obbe Is Relieved by
Geenoral Manning.


edcoato Under Manning Have Clash
With For0es of the Mad Mullah and
Two Thousand Mohammedans Are
Left Dead Upon the Field.
Aden, :Arabda., April 27.-Brigadier
neta M~lini.ng, after an engagement
7t i-'d Mullahs forces, has re-
vedO l Oobbe, near Gumburru,



Commutation to Lila Imprisonment
Again rie'aesd Him.
Dalt.on. Ca., A,itl 27. -John Perry,
of Daltuil, t; i w iL !e tnuI. \V lIo mIur-
de:-'d an en)'. or lh),in ons cir-
,;IS I '',:l.,t. n st ya'y the plenal-
ty for his rl t) n 11 t' ,e |'s.
T he i iu,- ,; s ol:! t;ll a.,iiij w<''f .S
ago lef:'i 'e to ri'i uiiiii)'l ('Ot imntlia-
tion inI his (".': but owing to nin-ier-
ous petit piis from Whittleld county.
the c
T {'-, o (onimlissioa yp;terdlay a second
tim' rv: use'd to rec'oinmelnd comniutla-
tion in Plt'ry's .ase, andl Governor Tor-
rell signed an ordeitr approving the co:n-
I-shl i 's na( cll n. -
P'i-ry was recently rQspllte-'d ituntil
Fri.:y, 1May 1. and on that day he
will lie hanI, -d, unless a atay of exo-
cution (an b.' ir'(iicroed on ian iinsanaity
affli!'avit as was done in thl case of1
Millard Iee. It Is untdcerst-Ood such
an affiiav\-t has. l u-n made and tliatl
aliplic'ation wilnl' I t ;itado to the supa-
rior court to try Pern- on the ques-
tion of whether he is atrno or Insane at
the prlec.-c t imwe. "


Big Strike Threatened Among Philadel-
phia Carpenters and Jboiners.
Philadelphia, April 27.-Locat unions


'" TiIV ..?'



It Is Cleared by fteans of Letter to
California Newspaper. LONDN
San Jose, Cat., Aprl1 27.-A roman-I
tic story has develoh)t tl andul 0 yewas" I..... -*
.mystery cleared by meuiA uf a letter W. K."Vanderbilt Weds MrIs.
received by thoe &an Jose Mercury,
from'Frank J. Martin, munebor of th Annie Rutherfrrd.
editorial staff of The .PhIladlphia Ptb th-
1ie L&dger, who wrote making inquiries CEREMONY AT ST. MARKS.
regarding his father, who, in 1N72, was
a prosperous farmer and in February Winifred Hoyt, of New York, Was Best
of that year went to Baltimore, with; Man and Bride WaS Given Away by
a large consignment of stock which I
he disposed of, after which all trace Mr. Henry White--Rev. R. Hadden
of him was lost. It was believed Officiated.
that he had been murdered and after- , ., ..r II ...... .......
soveii year his considerable estate London, April 27..--Wilia.Rm K. VI.4
was probated anid disputed. Some derbilt and Mrs, Anle Rutherord
years ago his supposed widow was were married today at St. Marirkd
grated & Wn1ston, the mIssing mans church. North Iladley street. The of-
having. serv'4 as a soldier in tlhe civil fllatlng clergymaut WaM the Rev. R.
war, at the time of his dlschanil o H.. Hladden. -
beinA a lieutenant colonel of the Sev- Tho wedding too place Jujt before
enty-Third Ohio voluntoors., noont. Wintelhl Hoyt, or Now York,
A few weeks ago Mr,. iMartin learn, was the host man tn 4 Houry White
ed that John F. Martin had applied gave away the bride. The only pear
for a pension from San Jose, Otl.. son in the clhu ch bsildea the verge
which led the son to write to The M'r., wero the duke and diuobeas of Marl.
Ct,'y to investigate the case. Martin borough.
was found wit.it out diticulty, as he Mrs. Itutlheford wot t simple Pray
had resided here since last June. Hie traveling tlmet*s anid no jewels of any
readily admitted his Identity and de. kind. Mr. Vandrbhilt., Mr. Whlto and
fended his course{' In abandoning his the (duko of Marlborough wore the
wife and four young children by the utual frock coat.o
statement that there was an Itnsufferav. There was no womdding hbreakfast o
ble difference of temperanmnte between re&ption. Immediately after the
himself nd his wife. He maid he would ormony the couple started for the
write to his son.

~--,--.-- .--- ------.---

Wsithi W- iy-he F si
Her Court Suits.
Chicag April 27.-A dispatch to
the Inter-Okean from New York slys:
Mrs. Hetty Green has aplmpeared in
the supreme court In Brooklyn M the
defendant in a suit brought against
tier by Alice M. I.-add, as adminlatra-
trix of her husband's estate, The
sult was to recover aoiitt $10,0(00 com-
misslons for the alleged sale of bonds
to Mrs, Green. The case was called
before Justice Oynor, afd whotn tht
plaintiff filled to appear .1Jfstl'e iay
nor dimislased the t.complaint.
"God soti ms to ) less 1ttm In my Rsitlt,
In court," said AMrs. roren. before sht,
left the c(lourt house. "I hai ac Ua
In Chicago wh,'re, as adrnilnuratirix .of
an esatute, I stied a I'rtethyt0rmlnt
church to foroclosa n mrnort-gage. They
tried Iton frez.eI me out, ntidr ve(n tho
nilnrilt.or ts coached tme, ihot bt-forte I to-tI
through with (hOlm I uiai nimged to igett
$1.(i) moInre thwa I asked for lin thte
first place."


Idlots, He Says, Are on Thrones of Rus-
ls and England.
New York. April 27,--Addl(res ing s
meetIng of anarchists In thi.s eity Iast
night, John Most. who was recently re
leased aftl.r having served a terwm ol
nmprihornmett on lilackwell's island
decl-arpd that John MIltchell was either
a fool or- a knave for not stnubbting th<
anthrarltle strike nommlnsdrtio
"As to klngs." .he ild, "there in an
Idlot on time throne of IltlUstla sind In
England t)hey hai' asn IdIot for it king
In Italy theX (homts) of p<')t-up phllay iihg
Jlrnks, hut what is a ptop tlcomptiar-l1
to a Maltean or to a Ilre,,l4? Anari'...-mts
aro the o~ily Ipure, rnohl, ,-itie alund
hlb ,Inlm 'lt l |l.' tO InI I )n uhoI, w t) ,#"

Bible Society's Report.
Nlw YoOk. April 27 T'ihe Arun'ri'?atr
riblet So o 'al' atintnal 'sim-rt 'of It,'
I'-vant. 'em"ncy wa:ii m'il ; uldi'- toda Iy
1%f^ifj *^fvtl*-i-fvtt ALV W k l Jf r L* u ji-ft V ^f1 J tt fr `ji



w. X. VANiUnirrMT.,
enn.i!ry. T -uitr d iutliatitin Wa t not
rev'\ alid, hot It I.1 known that. Ihey
will rmmainlr n the ,niittry for sou1111
wooks bl fort 're gt 1in( tI) ftly 'lty.
It sun-irns thitt Mr Valiutttlit pbit person,
ally mocured (t t liciste ln, d tI maittlnged
tho whole tfiralr hlmminuf. Three
wOeekltI agr ho ,'Ftab it-hod a r.asldltimen
in Lodoijnt, nil li it' Wdolnelday he per.
sonally applied ftor and s'vcur- d na l-
etme from thi' hbit hcp of Lolndon -wh111-
tho reporters were all watching lthe


-- l^ affiliated wlt.li the Blrotherhood of Oar-' service men on the president's train,
Spenders and Joiners of America have re.- bad an exciting mix up with a tramp
jacted the compromise offered by the' last night shortly after the tt'ain left
W master carpenters relative to the new Liviilgeton. -A man was discovered
wage scale to go Into effect May 1. between the bliggtag and club cars
It now seems unless the latter agree on the outside of the vestibule. One
to the demands of the brotherhood bo- offcer raised a window L_akl_ tli -
)I,, sfor .._net .Frday--s-ar-g al-stk-w'H | "-l- T'fTt Qd to grab the ioan when
......... .- ......----- be ordered. If a strike shall be or- the latter aimed a blow at him through
GN MRAL MANNWIN. dered nearly 15,000 men will stop the glass, shattering it, The officer
work. The action of the brotherhood caught the man's leg and succeeded In
maliland, h4 miles westward of Ga has been supported by the Amalga- getting him into the car, Whore he
db .2 mated association of carpenters affill j. showed fight. He was a powerful man
About 2,000 of the Mullah's men ~ted with the council of allied build- aMnd it was some time-before he could
ere killed. The British loss Is not ing trades, and the ouppo'rt of the lat- be overpowered and handcuffed. A
WyWL ter is assured. card found on hirm showed hbl indenstl.
The brotherhood demand is for 50 floatlon as Jdward Russell, sailor, a
A few details obtainable of the dis- cents an hour after May 12, the master member of the Sailors' union of Ban
ster to Colonel Plunkett's detachment carpenters offered a compromise at 46 Prancisco. When asked why be was
kpril 27 show the Mullah's forces con- cents an hour after July 1. This has on the train, Russell said he wanted ;
8isted of 2,000 horsemen and 10,000 been rejected. to reach St. Paul, Whore his mother
pearmen. They surrounded Colonel lived.
Plunkett's force in the open and the DIVED TO HIS DEATH. The I-resident's train arrived here at
ioalls, after a heavy rifle fire, 9 o'clock this morning and Iretmainnel
'.hargesd rpeatcdly with' their lhodrse- Macon Man Leaf.s rIrom Third Story ablout 10 minutes while a cirwd was
men and spearmcn, on adl sides. d window of Building. at the statIon to greet th,' preI(dent,'
TheBritish detachmltnent held out un- -n, April 27-W D ABiLn a and he made a brief addrItl'-
il its ammunition was exhausted and Macon, April 27.-W. D. Aus.ln a and he a a r
ien charged with bayonets; but it aoun t g anitlehyCd as an s ngiw(eri ATTEMPTEP BANK -ROBBERY.
fas ultimately overwhelmniod by weight on tlhe Southern railway, conmmrittedI
uf numbers. The British force fought suIcijde yesterday In this city by leap- Citizens of Michigantown Have Run.
ihtil all Its officers and 170 menc were Ing from the third story of the Ayres ning Fight with Robbers.
filled. Most of the handful of nwn buIIling, where lie occupied a room. Frankfort. Ky., ApriIl 27. llichigan-
rho reached the camp were wounded. The impression at first was that Aus. town 6 mles -Ast of thrl ty, w
The Somalis losses are reported to tin's death was accidental, but at the w
tAve been enormos. inqnumet huol: last night witnesses ap. the sce.e of an attmptl lit rob.
The SomalIs' losses are reported to feared who stated that they had seen bery at an ereay -bour thi mtirning, a
aggregate 3.000 to 4,000 mounted men the man stop In front of the blind, running flght being carried on In the
Wd about 80,000 spearmen. stand upon the window sill and plac- streets of the village, the otobii-r final.
Ing his hands above hishead as though ly making their esMape with te bul.-
POSED AS A POTENTATE. about to dive, make the leap which lets of the pursuing posme whistling
ended his life. about their ears.
'rince Smile's Oriental Restaurant it was i evidence of this nature which The robbery was frutrated by a
Proved a Myth, caused the coroner's Jury to set forth committee of citizens ehom11n to act as
New York, April 27.--Prlnce Joe a v-edict of suicide. guards for the town. Thits atLon was
1tngl Smile: Indian chef at a proml- the result of the appearance of sever-
tent restaurant, who posed as a na- TRAIN HELD FOR HIS TRIAL. aJ strange men in twon yt,'-:- ay two
ive potentate while on l -is way to this -of whom -answered thelr( ription
ou-try to open an oriental restaurant, Unique Case of Louis Lsumford at of e1ght men who CraCked t.i- swafe :in
Wd i. bgkors ii the v :0r, must Maysfleld Ky. the Mi.hitIantowlt -IwSfto, early
uwer to -heu-l__ tr f"1,evn mxhi eton, Ky.. April 27.--The Loutis. WVedneridy morning after hI ding Dr.
ll wtto rthe(ir t.pvrnn int alrlegaed ville and Nashville train to Maysville Charles Zin,. A ..oIne waI ho e-m to
S Tef nteoditract matora.y wa' held ten Mlnlute,~s here today while remain a0 dutyP dul.ng thit i -ht, At
TheUnited tats district atorny fol a asnr, who ot midnight six men appearr( i t?.he- bank
- A f l ed eom p la ;- f I n li ltha,-t n r p a s ,
ias ilt the, cmpla: in 1, arwth Into a f.-it on the traln, wat arrest and tihe battle beg-an. One,, 'r twit, i
ringngt them, chanhr of tiat Iitl ed, taon to a stUtiti h-rne, triew sharp cries w re heard frim t would."
itngng that oittyr of nativ p 1 t fin' and wa allowed tc he robbers, but tiey fliuafly n ;1, their
nto this country, t, rit nt leave. es cape In the darliness
)roved a-myth and the strand con ._..-



Horrors of Anti Semiti0 Riots
at Kishineff.

Scores of Jews Were Shot or Beaten to
Death and Hundreds Wounded-Suf-

fering Is Even Greater than Has
Been Officially Admitted.
St. Petersburg, April 27.---Te No.
vosti today without giving tho ,fxact
figures indicates that the Jews at l-is-
hineff, capital of Bessarabie, Iiirint
the anti-Semitic riots there Ajrill I20,
suffered even more severely than ad-
mttted officially.
The paper says scored of Jews were.
shot or beaten to death and se vrali
hundred were wounded, Their house s
were wrecked andj their shops wore*
sacked. Thousands of .tevs In the dis.
trict a-re homeless and tsatitute.


Exciting Encounter of Secret, Service
Men on Presidential Train,
Gillette, Wyo., April 27."-The secret

NMi. A, O tWtf'riritOdtio.
ar-hhi opt of anitrbury' office The
bti'nhol', of itI)lIn's Jurlathctlon jt tphls
o< tthf.' rll '- to( f i(n)tdoti'f only, whilt#
that. otf he arts hbi.shotm"Of a.tierbury
Jsppliew to the wholdI of tna;(tntig.
Milr. ad Mrs-, Wlht.< -at'e .li s.tay.
Ins a Mrs. tuhthe-ork 's flat in i'}t.
Mrt. Whitre womhl hlav aetomtpattil)
Mrs, Ruitherford t. ctOftitt arn hava
bor present it the wwddf4t but Mrs.
Rmhorord asMk d hrw t'to stay wituh hor

"1 . hIPW ol t roth alt l ith i.,tis
of tie Vaa4itrb't of trto atd tho pmrsr
_It I.,| 4l0m toWrs t that e *o ittle r
te m gt.ig Of.t ABr vgl f r. -%m Ain --,
A tlesrsnm tram fbo DpoAjnitr --.-*
1I'W,'.. vac th*s at t rlm om a hWit t)t.Wad it ot

N040 utty of TunrOe Horror,.
S.l)ew Y'ovk.,. AXim.tI I'.,----T-Ih jotry tc
thIe tyi.a1.of J-i-n ito- W*ttkr,'. the en'
Ilwet of tha lhartem raltw.uy train a|

ta Othee of t e a, wtvehe -WNl+:iii+ :I. '*W..lahWNw-r. u s

Pany were sent 'home by the govern- Charged With Srr-gq lng. Buglars L ot Pateofflce. subjetrl to harrasnmOg Intuee M t-
ent. Wahintton April 27.--tnoleltItn. St.n 4uts. April 27.-'Tl n men to poAttical and l.o)ail r(Pit-thWO .it
tori itti+;t bunth 8 li ru' v"i..4 at tihe warl te.
First Trial Salof Reliance. do pa ,nt mconcrnluig the case* of blow t afein the petoffl' of Ver the m'st. In Macedr.a thi re,.
ristol, R I, April 27.-The new cur (. taln II l (Camt-,ria n, quartotrma5KIg5tt $ 2501m cash t., $18 in of the -olIsrtetts have iht ar rs'trlet
idea: dC.. reliance, was gvn mep teon h stranup- reward eh stamps and eea.aped Jat-r a. tt'with e and th4y havo mo, at ht., b nly at
ira^ ? th itelle w gi he to ranspt S ar le expjolo on wrr kod the tOe rtak of Permonal first trial MAjI today. The weather witIh sInIuPglng goods into the Philip
Das not all that could have been d plnes. His attorney a-sked to have dI r ef the potole and erlously or the tile a- lnreat. a it
tired, there being only a light breeze the cas, diLism ii onit the AroutId tha daned the butld.n -it itreofC the .'tr r ard hr attrn.
SoIn the wO t but as the run wi- As a cltiz;-n of the Unitetd FStat"s H- to 04 0"aveaed. .han I-m n lrl, t tnd 1n Ov elE(
"aInly togve herbiUors a chance to Chamoerlain should have been Indict. Atljnta Aptrl 2 1-ov, "Tr-ell y rant, l(orstt t ,n ttltan.( hby mlI
ok oyer their Wl'Bh4d workmanahtp, ed by a grand J ry. ThIs i int wa.s terday. o reouei-tdation of the- pri eon srlt in i'uml,-otiu yrit.
*er W wind B tugh for t eir need overrumlem. It h 0 i d that Oofth on rlommfim0, romt .et. 1e a 0 n ..... ............
ni4 eWugb Ato Send the craft down ith tor S hitstr ha Bwertainem- that the t^ o J Cllrt of o,- .... -- Will Pty 0,-reay Ru ay at a moderate s peed, goods a-ntti-m d! t ntto r ^d ob tyfrom has Ing to tli4e IAnp-zm ent tItrz; i. A.ril 27 -.fi l
-thie Ssward a--c.-r vanl-,m at 11,00. 0 'rae vir.
Hot ght is P *orepitted. the Seward :r o iB? hl t n o s ba-zo- Osfl ate m
e ooo ,. ,-od+ oawbefore,4t n tn-, to r- o w ll x ,-rflA.( to ,144y a g4"10 a t
m-k O tX t MPr. Elizabeth Gatlaude ad. to rrw T Wil
if O i An unesp -itet pla*ce in New York. April 2- tt+bb ormc+n4 bnWtL tt tha e.e ra t hsn ti t i;,.-.y oor of l roteto
"rustta today and therO *a PA* t4- 4mj4lOld.ifl.rdet, widow t thoe laae pq*felreou I .Celt ber behalf Norfr' t. tb i ,' m i+em layr gaeO of-$r,:ltuai
.tltoday .t kind. h. -f cSapat t.0 r Ialud, who was Widty 4- the oV VrIt i 0qneSt hball atampt4ed in this eJt IaI..ntT
~Ihto ( mitsmmet, T.Pe ckte- kuowa as a i tort-r of tesf outup t.-t1 c 5omhlo O r.tVc esitder It. wifis yar, A tItqA Jaw. prrbb.ta 3eai I
ot o Ur ti chr worker. ded lt her late Wa *i.--t ert k~Utd Lie t-it r--- (t It ita uIt we aa# i!
oe at Decembe'r buiti t.t t n city Ginu d bath Ii W te --le t -a--r_ 4 atoad werrtby the it
Dcebn at Wla asof e. She eas k l toens- will 14 ot1t `4 1r0Ct aUtA

ag WS vowts0#11r *ork earnss* w O s Im e a
03*0, 404' -"I -.- 4o. .







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Sthtc Ic oat Q fer; n. Way*
S 7 .ate" to i o m. oakers. il, -

411 ea 04 glere' rtes froi hiho and ri ssid..
h oor. river gateways-Cli ati, 6 .,
g a40 tllKi3S oildez Ind., Pae

MOR. CAMP HAS, W NCE 0aE, ., O o, TL_ t. Lo Mo.,
AMP beyond; also n basing rate
eet )emll enn.h (tiokete noto t
i'HeBelievte \$'Corr t nd taoE on a nd6lt f roi IUPpi.'s P ropeF.)-i, tlf
Ih4! in an .of' tilJoinete
Rs T sd in the Epe (e i to Kansas r ae out
me -Al, to t fol g points hi Flori.
30e4a Georgia, Nort an4 .Southi Car There i
ai ta ad abama1a located on this often expro
mtl a IRoot, the
Pl 4 he th 001 or.1 Whtieh theoinpany frms wsh t'n c
it i ae ef atht egihrder ticketing route, back, kidn
ork oi6fbe acnomplehed u nder. b following rates under conditions of the urinw
m k ibe acoomplsheid 'd: r,.Uto hold wa
i otal retion of W. N ap' Rate-Onie-half of the standard one- t, or bad
IPn if Alachua Sink and Alhundrd one wine or bee
o#y fatre, plus $2.00. necessity
Dateeof sale-,March 8 and 17, 1908; during the
ie ; : p Aoril 7 and 21, .19; May 5 and 19, during the
ot~linof tie ideas of bi 1.908; June 2 and 11903; July 7 and ralir~ ed.
10NI, Graham and otherita ss 1908; August 4 and 18, 19i; Sep. derful cure
a the matter of roduin 1000 hore- ber 1and1, 1903 ; October 6 and l nyounee,
w y costuting ,a 4a dt the .20, 1908; November 8 and 17, 1903. best. Sold
k Wa Fen it The n a: fw day in t---Oontinuous passage. you a
ago. The gentlemen are pndition.ontrat and eawonderfulo
410 ithe eiTe ponofikets to. be faced -"eecond- mb abou
ille and this entiite oe iois t good in parlor or sleeping address
Vifi:and.this satiree ostet!on wi 0 Co., n
..... a latig benefit. : Here are some of the staple crops of tion reading
"oe be ib ho'Lsbeen l o LaLe4 fft1 the diferent sections of this territory :
'o eour. a' sb At vegetables and. small fruit:, b
_gofo.,m t Qak arAoffr ber thenm
7sge from the Sink, eloelthea, grapes, figorngesmers
Sthoasa keproducIg ohpe pieppls,, igrapetrtilt, watermelons, Binghamm
horses could be sered. i id other fruits, wheat, corn,
per# eigineerl oyed, to in- a tookart a h ruits, wAeat, corn,
^ igiOers ppld an'od oer fans, tobacco, cotton, .
Uamate the posutblities says m c oenutzs, bay, PfVed.
pl ihe cy o the AtlanttlOoCast Line
a 1 ;t"l;:!tAli ltiL Pt t lS l oa r fstrl developments albug its i.
-: b'lZ u e, '
OSeae to i O R 0y 8 a 1 'clims 'that it Is the greatest
th eps purpose t p tracking road:.in Amerloa. and it: pro- .ACC
Sn or e des every facility for 'getting farm, pree
SHe e se rden and orhard products to the Ame
SW. ap to he nrthernmmarkets)n the. best possible
t to d the cozstret or handing the condition, in shortest 1me, and at low-
^aterietl was lt to T. L. oulw re eat rates. i
e terl to be U will be hea In no part of the country is there a
r an T h r greater-abundance of game and fish E
,he tis.,oa t 250 40 then oni this line..
ihwl t AbanNent of orthern fariner are Invited to byea,
W feet e he base, e g ift information in detail about money
the territory of the Atlantic Coast sales an
Sfel thafoer. W0 ten Linq. -.
\:V^^. .-. '.*. tw o i* .,* :- Man
aeompany will be organized, and thPe s -so lJ. prealts auiwtae l.
ofaty.a 4) tk witllhe transformted
Ilto l ; resorb,. lb .,hoiusest a' TO THE MANATEE SECTION. A IR
dancig pIvi1io and other 0146iof
hin~le oledah t One-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip ouarant
irUiase: t 1e 'bepoVided-, atid the mout
aliet anroandlnge of tot beaittitfl Horne Seekers' Rates. van
spot wilb btranforme intot irround ., The Seabbard Air Line railway have

0 nveniencesand ftractions. On-way settlers' tickets endorsed -
Work will begin on the proposed eo0on0d olass, not good in parlor or
dam within the present week. and 'the ; seeing ears, to' be sold to all points
iUpervisor believe that it. can be on the .U, B. & W. I. R, R. and S.S. n
fished in about three months. line at rates based one-halt of the
PFor Over Sity Years Tickets will be sold on the first aid
Mr. Winalow' oothin Syp third Tuesdays of each month, td and
been used by children while teethbig. including November 17th, 1908.
It aIott tihe child, softens ,ihe t~~ih bome seekers' excursion, tickets to
.alla ldl painst oures W X !clt and iiarrieh, Elleriton, Palmetto, Bralden- OUOIC]
Sthe te eUedS"forWdiarrha. .we R and S.iS.
tWollve eIts a bobttlea Sohlb0:y eldr.0 townl, Manatee, oneoo and Sarasota
Sth h he world. agencyy Btations), at one.fare plus Dlelivered t
rTO .dtr.'AM1t -TiVket. w *2.00, for the round trip. Tickets will
TO ROFAOU N.OV..l be sold enthe flist and third Tuesdays special
"Uncle Tomn's Cabin" Left Out of School of eah hiontht, Ao and ieeluding No- a
Librareloa. '-imber 17th, 1908, with final limit .
Chicago, April 27.-A dia spateh to twenty-one days from date of sale. . Ilox
the Chroniele from New York, sys; Tickets will be good to stop-over on -
The woes of poor old Uncle Tom aind Seaboard Air Line railway eo route on '
the pitiful death of Ittle Eva will noh going jouirney within fifteen-day
longer hbing teara to the (yes o'f the transl lit'U ""'
school tthlren of New York It ths y pb ro.Washington, D. C.. Norfolk, L
i-lea provide ed by 'th e board or educa'' Richmond and Petersburg, Va.
tlon. The board of euperintndent One-way set(lers,' tickets to Ellen-
has voted to drol the novel of Mrs. ton, BrMeldetown and Manatee at
Harrit let echor Stowe from the cstti one-hilf of theflrft-oloas limited fare,

logue. The general reason given i phius $2.00, tickets to be endorsed
that the book has served Its purpose "Settlirs, not good in parlor or slep- WES
and now only tends to revive section ling i;rs." Dates of sale, TTutisdays,
:. iellng. "__ prH-a7tl0i, 14t!i,21st and 28th, 191M.-
.,ol. ek'ros e 'ursion tickets to01
Broke Into House. e it C
8. LeQuinn of Onavodish, Vt., was !llenton, Braidentown and Manatee
robbed of hiscuistomauy health by inll- t one fare, plus $2. for th round ree
vtson of chironie coust paion. Whenm trip, tickets to be of iron-clad ign.
',)r. KIlg's Nw Life Pills broke into ture form, Hliited to twenty-one days
14h house, his trou be was arrested asid in addition to dte of sale top~ovor I i
uo dte to c : At Ol du on going trip lh be per i it tedto
s s '. ... ~route t isay poit4 in Floridi within
-' ............ .... n days from.' date ie, Date
SQuet"itnll Sea eonts Desired. of sitleTusd.2 -5, April 'th, 14th, 21st
I ?il tiiilkeee JFlaj. April M 7.-Preal ia d th t Air Line -a --
...A.. i .. ntrdduced In the -e "he eaood Ay L. etr lw %..
.e: t ed, isue ome vr traeti ad-
I 1i5 ij. -.lot toitolntoti proposIn. a vortisilng matter, overitg thste rate, ,
indxut to th~e consUtutlon which which bei distributed etenty
TWd talldit nna 6esato through tt orth, East and North_
44aa.lMI#-.4nw&.. A --

,-. ,ndmloter's

ida Have ~idney Trouble
uad Don't 3Kow It.
tow 'To Fid Oat.
ottle or common glass with, your
o let stapd twenty-four hours; a
ed ntlent or -et-
tling indicates an
unhealthy condt"
lion of the kid-
neys; if it stains
your linen I is
evidence of kid-
Sney trouble* too
Sfrequent desire to
pass it or pain in
the back is also
, proof that the kidneys and blad-
of order.
Wboat to io.
s comfort in the knowledge so
6ssed, that Dr. Kflmer's 'Swamp-
great kidney, remedy fulfills every
,u"'- rheumatism, pain In the
eys, Jiver, bladder and ever part
ary passage. It corrects inability
ter and scalding pain in pa-sing
effects following use of liquor,
er, and overcomes that unpleasant
of being compelled to go often
day, and to get up many tirrdes
night. The mild and the extra-
effect of Swarnp-Poot is soon
It stands the highest for its won-
es of the most distressing cases,
d a medicine you should have the
by druggists in 50c. and $1. izes.
y have a sample bottle of this
d i s c o v e r
that tells
it, both sent
free by mail,
r. Kilmer & tHo~n or sw amp-oin
lamton, N. Y. When writing men-
g this generous offer in this paper.
lake any mistake, but remem-
aine, Swamp-Root; Dr. Kil-
amp-Root, and the address,
ton, N. Y.. on every bottle.

mntins a numnter Of 1romninenta
rican and lInlish oompanles.

lct & Realty Company,
E. VOYLE, Manager.
a abstract of title to land before
After patying the purchase
there is often Mo reress for tax
id uncAnceled iortgagses.

hattan "A" Typewriter.
teed for' one year- Sold on
hly payments at ia slia)it ad-
>ce to responsible parties,
Typewriter Ribbons for
various mwuhines.
E:. Voyle,
(Gahefsvlle, Florida.

[. T. SCHiAFER, Prop.

Fireh Every Day.
o All Parts of City,
Sattaifction Guaranteed
attention to Clrcuses, Minstrets
d other traveling troupes,
Hunttin Parties, etc.
. Oalnesville. sa


'nchlg iFebruatry 16th, End-
Ing April tOth.
Chair Cars, Union
Depots, Fast Trains.
till lnftor1itloa ) mllltlet. raes
ra., l'.k. ,Agt.

c Bn atln, AUrglt MAi'ms
to mae anoa.O!



:, APRIL ''28, 193A. ....

Air Line Railway,
SCHEDULE E FTr. ECTIly APirL 1, 03.,
r* 6 Di- SOUT NE HpN_11 ilON L84 ( -
93 6 t 0 9 210 .,, ..%. "a ... .... 30 I -
410 1 ] 9 250 o... W k .. A....
11 4 34 1 4 20 ...... .......... ..W .............. .... .. .' a 1 3
J 0 p ...... 4 50 -1 A ... . 1N AN..... Ar r ..:

4A1 TaoiLy ...ee.... . ... .. .... 40G 1 3
S 4A .... .*.. . ...... -r K uy.. ....... ..... I.... .. : ..
S 26 ; r......... o .. ............... :SIi 1. 12 n
"; -'.n ...... .. .. ..^ Wans. ........ ......i. 1241
21 4. 0.... .. rlio v o......v........................ ..
~ Or i... n ............... '. . 00
I io ..... ............. ; o .... hty.... .... ....... .. ... .. ..".. ... 6S
r 1 .... .. i Nahv. lle.. ....... ... ..... .. 0...

1 pt i a. ... 1. I P .. ........ . 0 9
d 11 aP v1c e4... . ... . .. .. .. .... 11..b g g a g e a n d e 8p

TeeIt0acl. l ............Washington, and drawing room lullma*n "'rb
SIt 6.11. S I . .a.,n Alachua, Wanlt.................le.o. 4p 72 ap
4 1 i ..... ... ....... .... ..... ar at E .... i..............n .. ali 2

An)d TrP r dta, ......... m r -.. .. . ......... __...........
A r i.owl' ik. . l 1 ...... ... ..... . .. ... .. 0 .
Sar y, To g e G a..n................ 6.P.
Ar IA~r ifu ...............I(.9 i44 c. . M.oti ello................. l 0p lip
Ar H)vmflhiek.... .367 2`5..........AT tl.l' h) we!.......... ...40.p 3 21 p
Tr a'olinlno............6 3)1 i lbo3 d r P le.. .twe.......117 125Np
cr P lief.F f........ ..... 4 l e. Jilii l. ......... -...... 0,
(r ?frn .ei...I.............. 135 1 1 .. ..... Air 1iia l kC0I ...... ..7. p
Atwe JlakeilVtAonvl a ................ .. ai...... Ar Mobi o . /a
1r'li ,o .ind., P ........ N i t e. New Orleans ...... ......... ...... 6
Ar W1ttn(1e I................- 10 46 8 ,.")Av6 hat no ogve ................'.,. s.... P
Ar$ ...u-dys 1 ...... 2A
1r 3104..........Jo 10 01' ('t Gen g Pas).................... t aP
Ar Ph0 l del ht) t.... ....I.. 136p 256i .. ..i. ,L.ols .................. ... ........ 6 a
Ar New Vork,...........4 15 61....a g.........................91 a
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on0.311, except
Saturdays from Gainesville.
Train-. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleeprs between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington-., Vesti-
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via 1Riehind, Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
SNo. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and expressvcars be-
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman ileepers be-
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 65 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wanxmee and
intermediate points, and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
Nos. U and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and.3abksgnville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.

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We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.

Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insurance .

-Agents for the-

Victor Safe and Lock Company'
i0..oin-r.ati, Ohbio.
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,

Information cheerfully furnished. G-AINE'SVILLE, FLORIDA

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IBET0 V "- N
JaeOkcorn ille arul Newv York,
Calling at CHARILESTo C., both ways.
The Finest Steamships in he Coastwise Service
Clyde New England i u South8f rn ,l
Direct Service Betweven JACK. NV I.LE, 1 iOST(rN and
IPOVI)DE'NC(I", and .All Ealtvrnu Points,
Calling at it'harblsln oth wa y *.
South dMI-WiaE3LY SA- TT xrcg
Southbound ...... roma w W harf, Boston
Northbound................r. From ..t of ( i Lliw rii'$t.,jtt n
in "' oot of o n nn ., Jacksonville;;.

Clyde St. Johns River Line
letweei J)vhr 4111d
Stopping atPalatka, Astor, St. Fran-i, ih r'sfrrd (i,.1 r ,) i l l term: edIs .i
~. 11~undit >t. .ig}il: ;,t,*t, '
Steamer CITY O .1 A
Is np'oa nted to ; r.>l < :
Leave Jaeko)nvill :3. o S. ,i(and T. T,
Leaves Sanford 9 :4)ji. uI .oioday5, w. ni and FriTh8. '5','
Seoi m 'ICIA L n Fr days.

'8......a...''... in A rriv i
4 Le i .. ............. Ja. ktonvin .
rri 8:........ ....... .. or 12...

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.l.IF E...AILY.. -:AINES.

iCol Chub Says Gainesville Has Fire
SIMPRESIV Department Equal to Any Other.
Editor Sun :lt seems (lihat all the
citizenTs ofGai nsvill ought to tInj uts te a
Confederate and Union momennVit at this tihe in otur rush and
a8,Were Decorated, pursuit of business arid pleasure and
____ eiphasiz by word ind deed our great
MlNlF.IES WERE Cl appreci-ation of our spleh.did fire de-

4i ; asItori,i and Made a Fine Talk.
|0*0offonor Were Bestowed by
PIt Mi' s. McCreary.
It a;;m0ot impressive ceremony
S li dltori m Monday afternoon,
Ztra'3,y, tSmith Chapter, United
D tighte-rs of the Confederacy, ob-
,14d^ qConfederate Memorial day.
^riadfimmodious room was well filled
pwi pfoopleYrom all sectioL-s of the
aort'4, prominent among whom were
aa y aged veterans of both armies.
p ~elemonies were opened with
p ijCaptain Ellis of Stonewall
C p confederate Veterans. This
was 1owed by a musical selection,
"The ftahis," beautifully rendered ty
Mrs4P rker's orchestra.
Ja4ge Davis in a most impressive
inner, delivered the address of the
0ocoa-iou, paying beautiful tribute to
tl Oon'ederate cause and the Con-
federlate soldier. It was noticed that
,the speaker, who is a veteran himself,
:rwa deeply moved on his subject,
*which was well received by his conm-
7ades and others present.-
The q[uartette from East Florida
Seminary ang a Southern melody in
a beautiful and impressive manner,
wid Mrst!. ,Parker's quartette rendered
that beautiful characteristic melody,
Old Bl.ek Joe, with variations, in a
oainneol which impressed the audi-
Mrs. H. Mecreary, president of
Kirby Omith Chapter. in a most beau-
tif: W~ rded address, presented those
Veterans present crosses of honor. In
her remarks this lady paid the highest
tributes to the gray-haired heroes who
defended What they believedAiatj4t and
ighteoU'oause, and at the conclusion
of fher remarks there were few dry
eye i round her. She is an impressive
talker aid those who received crosses
Odt oipr on this occasion felt grateful
.tbiht they had been permitted to hear

hat great national anthem
mAmerica, was the next number of the
program. It was rendered with per-
feotionby the Glee Club of East Flor-
Ida Setninary, led by Prof. Spillmann.
of the college. The exercises at the
Auditorium were conci i ,-d by lhei
singing of Dixie by thlie a1 (1, after
which those who re lt inli i.roeeid-
ed t the. emetery.
The floral decorations were both
Handsome and elaborate. Thiro ivasl
almost an endless donation of h-a ti--
ful flowers, and the graves of both
Confederate and Union soldiers were
covered with beautiful and loving tri-
butes. The graves of the former were
deebrated with flowers and laurel
wreaths, while the Union graves were
graced wih flowers only, but there
-was a great profusion.
The day was a most impressive oine
with the members of Kirby Smit'h
Chapter and their friends, and the
ceremonies will be remembered by
Sthose.who witnessed them.
Alter La Grippe-What?
0 .,i.17 a hacking cough and a gen-
C y.. ,- ... g of weakriess, often letad-l-
in(' I results alter the latietl is
supposed to hav pt:sa'-d ill, daui'gr
Point. Foley's Hloni.y and Tar is
gtuarantl-u to e (itrs I ti, "g'g ppe r-ip ;,"
and mn ke you -ii'-ni 11'l' t-lII. It

never fiil I to >'tp i ,,I -*11 if tn-'ni
time. Take mYio ihi tiiiti,,-.. \.

lFor severe wetks no ra in his ftillen,
and every roof-lop hits been as dry as
the Sahara desert. Every condition
was at hand for a d(tisastrons rontAliL a--
tion last Mondaiy noon, when a tire

broke out in ani old hose in the very
heart of the resident portion
of the city. Wien the alarmn
was sounded it caused grcat, uin-
easiness, as the wind at that nillnlellt
was blowing with great velocity-a ve-
lo'-ity w',:,h would vfery va-ily carry
sparks and fire brands to tb.o pIarched
roofs of t lihe surrounding houseia,
should the fire be perniitted to reach at
bla zing condition.
The fire department, with Chief
McArt lur, responded with aid-
inirnable prominpless, and wittH active,
heroic and resolute will, squelched
the inicipienit ire in such a anun-
ner that it barely scorched the
roof. While the fire smouldered in
its concealment between the wills,
it was never permitted to blaze
in any manner which would storm,
a cinder: M-V.rtlitr was as cool as an
ice her, anid there vwas riot the sligyht-
est excitemout among his brave assist-
ants. Biin-lld with smoke, saturated
with water, and in imminent danger
with lIfu and limb, they fought the fire
to a finish and saved not only that
house, but protected the city, all in
the short space of half hour. The
Gainesville fire department is certain-*
ly equal to the best paid fire depart-
meint in the State, and the boys de-
serve ourr highest colnmeid(ation and
gratitude. Hn v 8. CiOUBa.
Beauly and Strength
Are desirable. You are tItrong and
vigorous when your blood is pure.
Many-nay, most--worlen fail to prop-
erly digest their food, and so become
pale, sallow, thin and weak, while the
brightness, freshness and beauty of the
skin and complexion depart. Remedy
this unpleasant evil by eating nohrish-
ing food, and taking a small dose of
Hlerbine after each meal to digest
what you have eaten. W0c at Johnson
President Broome Names Thoe Who
Will Serve City for Coming Year.
Pro-sitl-iit lrroione of the City (ot.in-
cil has niii.d tilie Ifollowing commit-
tei' to ser-ve for tite ensuing year :
Law andl ()rdiintaute-A-,ldermnen
Lynch, Taylor itid t'edrick.
SSrteets anid I'arke-AltIernien Taylor,
AM IArthuir sand lynch.
Slire anid. lusuranct-Ald trnien Me-
SArthur, T'aylor and )Doig.
V iatevrwork alid VWater Supplies-
Aldermten l Doig, Pedrick and ILyncll.
sanlitatioi Aldermen Ciashmani
Pedrick anllt Doig.
Lighlts-.-Jderuien Jredrick, McAr,
thur and Taylor.
Finance-Alderinen Broome, Cush- .
man anid lDoig.
Appropriationls Aldermen Dloig,
Brootn@ and Cushman.
I nunigration and Improvement-Al-
dermen Lyn:h, McArtnur and Doig.
I itlles-Alderrnen Broorn e, Pedrick
ar nd 13'nch. j
Clhinns-Aldrnalen Cushanan, Mle-
SArthur and l'eartrik
Prinittirtg-Alderlieni Taylor, Lynclh
alnd (tlnsliaian
1 l.,-ct i>.tt--A ldertn.eu ihi itiinm l)oig
and M-',A ri lhir.

l'ii'e- .\ Aidermneni McA rthur, Lynch
i a i 'Pc, rick.

Attention, U. D. C. A Phy'si;an Write.
A. eeti, i. i hi -ri by e ai- d for K0r- I li da(li--,a t (if knowing if ti
by tmith Qih aie-r, Ui iii l)t i lait-r i, prri .-e ilnb'i uu iti .4 rlie m in hll
ofl tf CnPfe.-d-eracy, to bo held. at tI e fori' -,crliPing pinrl-sts? It h1 b.b.ee
home of Miss T.beai. at 4 o'Wlock ti o gr, at ur t. ti- in treatiig i-as
aftern.tion. A full attitt-ndace i de ,- l's bIrouhat o J tt it
. u ['. H. (:I i fres i- r ork I hiave ivyer known it t4
it MlasM 8H. M. Mc A -Y, Pred.. fNil in r-stflrinig thi- orgalis affected, t
liies Wtl.lli Motis, Se A their hliiilthfii activity.'j" (k. botti
S. at .Jolhnsionr hrS.
Pnlumonia is Robbed of Its Terrors .lh, _
by tziPg Foley's Honey and Tar. it
stops the racking cough and heals andl
strtrgthems the l4ngs. If taken in The STANDARD
t/itset. w^ prevent an attack 'ofr: pm4 -4. ,
1~ sW:s. Refuse subitituteg. Sold by GUARANTEE end TRUST
W ar.. e's d.rug to COMPANY
QplraSstturii for Co, oi.Md Teaihers. _____. ___
IR !! p.reparaityi t Se. W, 5 V,i .^'op o.ytr r.-nt. aid by

meo of tie most p inro ent
1 ,e big 1w e.n., GCEO. W. MOYERS,










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JacksonvlIe'% Fine t

DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprietors

'',O' '. Pooi01!in 1
*W W -W Ai

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Dress well and keep cool with
our latest patterns in Noglige,..
Shirta, Sumnaor losiery, Summer
Ties and Hats. A now suit of
light weight clothos, no matter
what shade, is tho thing for this
time of year.
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That are really $1,50 goods the
world over. They are cool and
For ladies and gents, and prices
that catch the purse, Our good
are seasonable.

H. M. C1IITTYr c .
The Outlltters.

vvr- nr_ %AJ%, u uv

That Charming


Is plainly sh,)wn when you con-
sult us about those Dress Goods.
In fact, here you can master the
touch of individuality as at no
other house.
We are now at the height of the
seasons 1l the different cloths
for Spring and Sumnmer wear-the
choicest prevailing fabrics. in col-
ors and( white goods are here, re-
vealing the< master touoh of indi-
viduality which comes from the
personal suggestions and directions
of our buyers.
Are Iow at their best, and you
should not fail to see the mnaly
handsome patterns now on display.


Alachuaf County

Abstract Co.

B. R. COLSON, Mana

The quetllon of Title
first etnisideration for tW

Abstract of Till
Tl ainy p1141e otf lanld I
Ala, uhn coun ty fiirnllhel
otn ippilltiitn.

Anld all itiali I haffl rifli ild l ai r alm

I ancel'4d tax rertlileate4 s .
attendi'ued topreomsptly.,

1w -"w -p ,W0w

Gainesville Machine Works
SE0 N E R A L MIL L lAJoki'
MACI INEi Y RE1.PA it4 ,..
Ciln turn mid straighten whole length
fr Shnaftinrg and Pp uttling
11 -- otti
tup'N) 12 IrohbI ';

P. H. WRSTGAARD, Prop. aIf fl
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ettte Mb Poet Otlee A7 GaiB<$evi:la
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1 *A,-t a ttr n;Pro '/

ot, W ~Au tu-E.Rm 8. Ttrxt no ka-4

~tbk'ee o 'tR;' bS 3 v0rn tJKTSS f tiv 3Ee ill
so x r ,Sv n ,o rub l)iO eooln. e

sttMoear.' adever^. by .aT^rt.:0e 01?t2.
I eadied nos ne la loost o 1: :. ,e t

ISe forN saIrtI1. an tatne ttr e a4-

tluent anoouhran
*ASSe 96! 4)slAr adveruasi mfr.e .now4

1tt-1o001 BBer pb'hed ee6Ay MowE to
6ay al TherWddy. Smtod eontale a)l! he
m tb . we:, local. st.... ad ae.-
i: LaMdwI^ bmaled. -posage treSo **o an
f tho ante Suntaes or canadA.tr "fr.

'.e/lfi Bepub Ll~an ised: partytsild '0,oil
atj ocM r Parties oM. known to

linim to aM r. d orater p r

-h~. W -pbin pathat. n
A A~Sheg, Loqim P.ow. ormNer adjo,

VifQ illad bmoe a*elominatedt. and
,~ll loe NewWYork State by over

itpynb sa hrewd and fAr- lng
-aad does not rashly form
.~lenfeud has effeatuallde
tl t-he| Republoan party in
kStOteO, .and there i ento po-

co 0n round:,upou whieh tho
A o OA 'a.tio be brought to-a

Se p esidewtYorSat nominee .b er
-WO :uetgads: te occupant of
hie House X- .its enemy, and its
rt mit, toward himnis beeominqg
A el apoketi nofi rashly form
Ingy o$ :etwee the Gov'ernor and

or reden+[. Rosevelt to hold his
Ap al frtuOesaloof fram the Newa
S Irqurre, andpitiS dfielt to seeI
o A Oh casn essay the'role of peaee.'
m s^erin the interest of h'is politiool
ot he. e. The

itddition, thee glamour ofSuanJuan
1ha petty well*wiorn off in Newg
ipohatt Apone:-ast Ithell ight' to sol-
ine bais rogre It is unlikely that theblf

i .vtel s a I anddate tan, prold nexthi
yrli.y 'ireth a d alt ia dineult to see will
A rely hve an uphil putole of peace
Sm.ste Stahe inte with a majorityy Otherial
; puba4loatt polntiheglans than Mr. Payn

S ihame mugwmp iswe far from a popularNew
i"dol of the Republicans of the Empiri a

'e're in his stdngth eaelfs of the Aold
Sleg:henleb, and it is igolingty take mohe
bithandt enthow-punim fro wisas to save

/',:ahis l n uhll iet bo nO out

1^Shis political bacon.. *-"*\

The Interstate Commerce CommQis-
*Iton has been forced to investigate the
'a~eg~atlons.that there exists an anthrt-
iteltetrust in New York which is doing
business eontrary to law, but -the
,iljghtet acquainea-Wth---th- 'em-'
alIs901tlon leaves little doubt as to the,
A.Al lt of the inveatiUgation.

8opme.ofPresident Roosevlt's mnoot
aAide*t adTmirerN ay they will have to
tre ^ the assista-ne' of S nator Hanna'
Itasurer the form ,r's election. They
A i''e that Met. Roosevelt, unkle
p' 1g o..by6

1 Ip opItted that the I i< dU
neyoe.o r*Oaf N ea ese.dy e
:b. itsy

fon-r tcho t ul t it4rierh e. ediors

It Iayor Yoftohnson of (Oleveland
cgu secure.2ths*- bernatoreia election
Ain Qio there ,il l furO thrter doubt
rejecting he eocrti candidate e
for the presidency. -

i +Tlhe goverpo of Khode Isladl says
'that Republican .supremacy in that
State its maintained only by bribing
nd the ,Republiean '."bfs" of the
8tate says, "Of eoui.ee, the Governor is
N ght,; ...... .. . ... .
Sost prominent Democrats who dis-
'uts the tariff question announce them'
selves nt (ilavr ot "'moderate t-riff re-
vision." The old slogan of "tariff for
,reenue only" seems to have no sup-
porters now.

There is a strong .suspicion that the
Pmstmaster General is seeking to pro-
Vl'4g the postoflce investigation to
such an extent that public interest will
falliand no particular attention will be
paid to the results.

"OiusIn" Abner MoKinley- respond-
ed promptly to the distress. signal of
-his- old 4frieud, Saperintendent Ma-
ohen, and after a long conference
with the superintendent, made an ex-
tensive call on the Postmaster Gen-

heSun !is.in roeeip$of the initial
t Iber of the Wireless, the oly daily
0e6spaper in the world publishing
mare-enough dispatches transmitted by
wrelesa "".,o-grapl, which had its birth
yesterday morning at Avalon. Santa
atalina Island. The event is a unique
oein the history of journalism and
Mars the beginning of an epoch in
thedIssemination of news in isolated
pi"les. It .i a three-column folio, the
*l4 of the pages being 8x11 nclhes. It
Is' published ia connection with the
Loa Angeles (Cal') Times.

Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deptaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the i ustaohian Tabe. When
tiisa tube is inflamed you have a rum-
bling sov'd or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and onless the inflamma-
tion can be taken out and this tube re-
.stored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever. Nine eases
out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed con-
dition of the mucous services.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deahness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lar, free.
F. J. ,HENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall' Faintly Pills are the best.

iew York, Ajril 27,-Engineer Rich-
ard Ptund and Assistant Engineer
Herbert C,. Wolby, of. the Marcont
Wireless Telegraph company, left New
York today for Alaska to complete the
Installation there of a sorIes of wireless
telegraph stations for the United
States signal service.' With Fort GiL>
son, In Alaska. as the starting point,
the first station there will communal.
este with the second at Telovane. ap.
proximately 100 miles. The third apd
last station Is atChena, on the Tacana
river, 100 miles up the river from Tel

Gets Verdict For $5,000.
VW'aVycross. -a. April 27T.-After con-
gunning three days in the Wsre supe
ilte court the jury In the HIetdt dam

age suit has returned a verdlct In fa
vor of Mrs. Amelia Heidt for $5t),o0t
against the Stuthern Telephone co0m
patiy. The Jury was out all nIght
Tho Satfla Manufacturing companyI
one of the parties against whom suKt
was brought, was, retlevwd of all bMaimr
for for death of itrs.Heidit's husibami
e ttion In May ),v Th j
%sutt was for $20.00<. Th. iA,' +'1hon1E
company will carry the case to the su
preame court.

Fell and Broke His' Neck.
Wasuhngton. Ga.. April S.-John 1
$Smith, a well knownI planter Uving 4
nille wm'est of Washinton, met death
by a .fall troa his buogy. At tht
time of the. accident Smith was seat
ed In hll bug.y. Ills horse tlw-om
and t.....tt...:him ti:00 sroud.4,
4bremaknhims eck..
S f- g. A Le-0 Latt er
Womudid not Iteet y3" It yo70r.
loo lg for Iasamte" l mslv fo'eo a,,
aEB~ri& V'44S of.

"Cwn..'Prin, a ..Loul.. Pe+on Tao Be.
*come a Mother.
Berlin, April 27.-A Munich d.spate'
says the accouehement of the forme'
ro'wn Princess Loulse. of Saxony, it
exptoed withlnl a fortnight and tha
a cont official,. w th a physician an,
nurses, .has already' arrived at Lundou
.Lake Constance, from Dresden, having
royal orders to bring the child to Dres
den, three weeks after its birth,
W It Is authoritatively. stated that thO
grafd duke of Tuscany. father of Prin.
ceos Louiase, recently became recon.
tiled to her, but decided it was best
that she -should not live at. Salzburg,
out of consideration of her younger
sisters. .

-4--L.--+. -. _
President and Party Arrive In Bryan's
TAncoln, No'" Ar i 27.--Pre:sident
Rcosevelt and pa-:;y vwre the ,:e..s of
the stat ? Nebras;:a at 4 i'clocki
this afternoon. wth 0i a;r:"Al of the
special! t-a'n at l nr.ee, Nfeb.
Prom thas ifternocu until the party
leaves the state Tuesday, the president
will be accorded one of the most bri;-
liant and hospitable /eceptions ever
given to an executive in this state.
Many have gone 100 miles overland tc
see the president at Alliance.
Dreadful Attack of Whooping Cough.
Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of 800 Park
Ave., kansas City, Mo., writes as fol-
lows: "Our two children had a severe
attack of whooping cough, one of them
in the paroxysm of coughing would
often faint and bleed at the nose, We
tried everything we heard of without
getting relief. We then called inwour
amily doctor, who prescribed Foley's
Honey and Tar. WVth the very first
dose they begAn to improve and we
feel that it has saved their lives. Re-
fuse substitutes. Sold by W. C. Wal-
lace's dru*store.
To Drain Everglades.
Miami, Plan, April 27.-The Florida
Bst Coast railway,, through its land.
department, Is preparing to drain the
vrerglades. The services of civil en.
gineers have been secured, and they
are now formulating plans for th
work. In some sections the railway
company has Joined handed with the
farmers a4' the work of ditching hAs
already begun.

F<<|rbine Cures
Fever and I' e. A dose will usual-
ly stop a chtl,. a continuance at ways
cures. Mrs. Wm. M. Stroud, Mid-
lothian, Tegas, May 81, 1899, writes:
"We have us4d Herbino in our family
for eight years, and found it the best
medicine we have ever i used for la
rippe, bilious fever and malaria."
at Johnson Bros.

Death of Mrs. Shipman.
Chicago' April 27.---After more than
20 years spent In cha table wArk Mrs.
Annie E. Shipman, w dow of Dr. Geo.
E. Shipma'n, is de.a4 at the Foundlings'
home. of which' sh bhad been superin-
tendent since the death of Dr. Ship-
man, ten years ago. She was 79
years old.


Headache, biliousness heartburn, Indl-
gestion. *an ll river lles are cured by

Hood's P.II
Sold by all druggists. 2 cnta.



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In Effect April 11 903.

No. 9 No.29 TATInNo.98 No. 78
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1 ip.....................Dupont...................... 8 69a
Ip ................... Ormnond...................... 8 29 a
1 7 p .................... D y tona ..................... 17a
I ......................PortOrange...................
03 ...................New myrna.............. 2 45 a
1p .................Oak Hill................... 2 44
8 p...... ....... Tiusvill ................... I $ a
i 8 0 p ........ ....... .... ocoa...................... 12 52 a
S. ................... kledea i................. 1 48&
S p ................... Eau Galloue..................12 15
p ....................Melbourne.........;.......... 12 00m
I ...........-...St. Luie .................... 101
O p .....................F St. Lu. Pierce ................... 10 l p
SI p .................. .Ft. Pierce .................... 10 0 p
S 1p ...................... Edn......E e ................ 9 35p
IS p .......... .. .. ...... Eden....................... 9 31 p
21 p ....................Jense.. ................. 9 25 p
S SOp ..................... Stuart..................... 1lp
S1 1 ................ Hobo Sound ................... 8 41p
l Lp ........... ..... W est Jupiter....... ......... 24 p
74. .......;........West Palm Beach............... 7 5 p
10 p .................... Boynton ............ ........ 7 It
p ...................... Delray .... ..... .... ... 7.... 02 p
0 ................ .Vt. IAuide-dale .................. 02
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only. only.i e alx. I Oiy l .O Daily.
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S IP 05 702p 9 S A....... ..Maypo.rt ........Iv. A.1 o 1 a g
TheseTime Tables show the UAmee'at whieh train mary bA (a A't) ta-rive an ddepart
nrom %he several stations but t heifi -rival or dl--"rtt1r at A't It. 4A A, l 1, iot guaranteed,

to Effect April 16, 1903.

Lv Miami Bun.,Tbur............. 1.......... 00
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For copy of Local Time Card oroth- ,r:.- a I-, 9ny Arent.
SR. D. BAM Le, Asst. Lea. Pass. At' it., ST. AUGUSTIrT!-, FLA.




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Sim m er Law Schoo1 ... ... .. y. .. ... ',. ,, ,. er
Ia 'Irvin, mof.oia r v, lr ,. ,i,,,rt .
JtUh r t 4 f"Wr t I> +j t) i faS. Sso .
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.. .. .. etal r and te.>. ri in

.St ~~tpe and Fan e

WI w Grabl, Gardn Seed and Fertilizers

H Lghest i4h4 t price paid for Chickens. Eita and other Pru ';

A I.boq..tt Jill

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And while not always painful are aggravating beyond ee sion With
few exceptions they are worse in spring and summer when th system begins
to thawout and theskin: suffered with ]czema of the hands
is reacting and making and face for overV ye r-it ws not only
extra efforts to throw off annoygu 1 rir and I but e .jr Un-
sigbt1y,and I di) I .kedt ,ig out the
the poisons that have ) streets.
accumulated during the a I triedat b eame verdoy maic d alyse
winter. Then boils and until I read inte pai u Ores
piniples, rashes and performed throu'ghtliePo5o0f.8.8. I
pad little faith at, first U04itt *W ed
eruptions of every con- to give it a month's f ai tW1.t I
.eivabe k i nd make ammpleased 1ostate that 4-6oo.iciledda
cevabe knd make lihimpr vement as oieyi t 4e elde
their appearance, and me to keep it up. After the use osi.XjOttl0 apieskin
Eczema andTetter-the was as smooth and soft as a baby's. Th s was a year
Ez errr of i e ago and I have never had any trouble stnoe;"
twin terrors of skin mis8 GZNg.A. BBIOIL.
diseases Nettle-rash, 21gSo.7thSt.,MinnearcUis,Minn.
Poison Oak and T 21 V. 7th t., linneCs, nn.
and such other skin troubles as usually remain quiet during cold weather,
break out afresh to torment and distract by their fearful burning, itching
and stinging. A course of S. S. S. now willprify
and enrich the blood, reinforce and tone up the gen-
eral system and st:tiulate the sluggish cirnilation,
thus warding off the diseases common toespring and
summer. The skin, with good blood to nourish it,
remains smooth and soft and free of all di:fi-urinig eruptions.
Send for our free book on diseases of the skin and write us if you desire
medical advice or any special information. This will cost you nothing.

FIorida Eas Coast Ry.

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.Thousands in Peril From Blood
Ah Important Transfer in Rail.
:* :;,0rtadIntTransfer in Rail- Diseases and NervQ Troubles
road Interests.
Developed During the

.O Deal With Builder of Road He
o ne::: Into Possession of 750 Paine's Celery
$;harea of Additional Stock-Mr.
Hearing Retires Completely. C O m pOUfnd
One of the most important dels Great Spring Blood Pur
eosnsunmated in this county for sev- The Great Spring blood Purl-
eral .yedrs was that which has just fier, Nerve Bracer ahd
trgwapired, whereby the entire inter- Health Builder.
egtfo V. J. Jterlong in the Gaines- I aine's. lery Co
ville and Oulf railroad were absorbed ; ry om t
b hn Barr of Micanopy, o f the age! Its marvelous
byJThn J. Barr of Micanopy, one of virtues discuss anongst inter-.
thp tookholders and first vice-presi- eviuetd dic:l men. nd its clures are
dent of the road. This interest in- itked miof n I'wory fireside.
Evolves 750 shares of stock, represent- te of a rng health giver, aine's
-ing with Mr. Barr's former holdings, Celery Compound stands ivr ahead of
a controlling interest in the manage- ll oth mpor knn reanedies fit has nof
!ent of the road. It brought approxi- al orth nret itor in te vast has nof
lately .$25,000. wIthy roaIlnr tgoe e the vprse iet- p
S.... ..... . . .. t d i ine.

...... ,li -t-me o u tu consutu ationloll r L ToIalargeext t, the re popu-
the deal C. C. Thomas, attorney for lariy io lai ts Ce, ery 'oreent popu-
e.0. Herlong, the complainant, was ]lIrity f O Pailnlf'A Clery (ompo,,0d is
V. j. Herlong, the complainant, was due to the fact that it has accom-
taking testimony in the suit brought dpli to the f its mosit aston aom-h
to recover control of the stock, which plid soml of its most onihing
had been deposited in escrow with the I cres in the spring season--a time
tyustees,,who refused upon demand to when men d women usually o-
sursrender said stock, upon the ground plain of ill health, loss of vitality,
e sai Stock, upon the ground tired feelings-a time when people
that they were entitled to still hold feel dull, listless, despondent ad am-
me til ce i advcs whidx feel dull, listless, despondent and am-
the'amne until certain advances which b i
had. been made by them had been re- Today there are thousands o si
turned, .After taking of this testi- o e a
f ness meu0, mechanics, farmers and
mony.had begin, Messrs. Thomas and e r e a o, e
W. W. Hampton, who is representing dear wives and others, too, who.
S J. T a t trustees in though able to walk around, are never-
ohn errand the the less, sadly "out of health."
premises, went into conference with a .
At this season, Paine's Celery Com-
view of adjusting the differences,
view of. adjusting the differences, pound is the great health restorer and
which resulted in the sale of the comn- strength giver for the "out of health
strength giver for the "out of health"
plainant's interests.
ipeople-for those who are perilously
This transaction places the controll- ic disease. Paine's
tug1 nearing some organic disease. Paine's
ig interest of the road in the hands of Celery Compound used at once, will
, Barr. Giaham as trustees. Mr. anr- quickly remove every trace of poison
,M, M.Gahamfron the blood, brace up the weak
long relinquishes his position as a di- nerves build up the tissues and tone
rector, as well as his entire connection te digestive organism.
with the road, but the management of If you, jear reader, feet that yonr
the road with that exception will re- health is not as rbust and vigorous
Tmain unchanged it should be, let us honestly suggest
The Gainesville and Gulf is well y Compound
opn by every one who is familiar that has so wonderfully blessed your
with this section. It was constructed
by V. J3. IHerlong, who now retires. Itck p ia forty-eight miles in length, reaching .....
from Sampson City to Fairfield, Ma- KENNEDY HAS NOT SIGNED.
rion county. It traverses one of tlhe
most fertile regions of Florida, and the Says the Times-Union Was Mistaken
shipments of vegetables from points in Publishing That Statement.
along Its line have proven a most imn- "I have not signed with the Jack-
portant and profitable feature. Thi sonvillv baseball team as manager,
northern connection is quite a co n-' ,ti IO i i oier apiy, ad
ealstait < r in any other capacity, and
ience, not only for this class of freight, I can say frankly that the Times-
but also in a passenger lina, as it affords Union knows more about my actions
a much shorter, quicker and counvei- -tlan I know myself," remarked Robert
lent route to all points west.. Not with- E. Kennedy, the famous baseball player
standing that the road has been the d n ll-rouind athlete, to The Stun mau
victim of several unfortunate blows y(,estrdity.
from a commercial standpoint, the Mr. Kennedy has been in Jackson-
management has always managed to ville for tihe past few days. A recent
work through to a financial end, and issu of tue Times-Union stitted that
the ainesville and Gulf is probably lie had signed with thed Jacksonville
today the best paying investment of its baseball team in the capacity of cap-
kind in the State in proportion to its tain and manager, but that was a tmis-
mileage. take.
Walks Without Crutches. In sneakingof baseball, Mr. Kennedy
I was much afflicted with sciatica, stated that (ainevtli e was him first
writer Ed.C. Nuol,Iowaville,Sedgwick love in the State. lie played the na-
Co., Kan., "going about on crutches tional game for the first tim int this
ahd suffering a deal of pain. I was in- State last year with a Florida- team,
duced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment, and that team was the Oak Halls. He
which relieved me. I used three 50c possessed a very warm feeling for
bottles. It is the greatest liniment I Oainesville and the O(ak Hallo, and If
ever used ; have recommended it to a ji services were netded here he would
number of persons. All express them- i er
selves as being benefited by it, I now preferU t) p.ay with Ginevi*le.
walk without crutches, able to perform "Ido not 'de y that I hyn received
a great deal of light labor on the proptsiLiois not only from Jackson-
farm." 26c, 56( and $.1 at Johnson ville, bti other tvama now organizing
ro. ii l.'hlFlrid. n c.rtntintled Mr. Ke'rinedy v

III r *,, , --. ... .. ... ..... ......... v
I.'!,rrer' j;i'< !i ">m-th 1 B"nulit soiilthow I anni so wrapped ip in
,' ,:.. : ,' '' \ then Oak Ml lEl tbhtt I could not play.
cf t W r '.. 1 ,:' '' '1 O i ggai'st th ith misucl heart, and if
'.(ta are .; t ' 'v... o; ; *' thIn, Gainlesville nianngeinelnt oueTrrs me]
r '.thhy .i t N' .y ; ',- n 'i',- aiy lhing ra.alsnabic I will wign with
1 nt, t m it, p r'ferente'* to ally other team
'cflegr. ,. h .':; Y; Tl,- in b I tI L 4.t: t b.- wir so my heart is witlhI
Cf,. v t I ; SIi i. r" l o t.*, n, I W successWful
." <'";tnlpany rei, ',j,, ..I k r..'n t' a W't k.et', how !W 'C l
thelr number v.w1o was dlst'ha-,r-, "!," a a great eonfld-nee i,
reftAsng to terry ntsavI s ,turin n M:an r M,-Arthur, andt fl iOre that
Strike of eaxsnger 1boys F. J. Sho.1 he will p at I winning team iln the
han, -:rand treasuOver of the Interna f.hl "
tonal Irotherhood of electrical Work Save, Twa. From Death.
era, h,.' oine here to a.ilt In carry
ere ocr l t .ina ctt.'ti |d had~th
I '! 1e i .fatal attak of v ic "I ll-:n
brotchit writ" Mrs WV K.
onr en years I had chronic br'on- t Harvland, .,f Ar :., N. Y "ibut,
ehitti so bad that at times I could not when all oilher rt:inw'd '- failed woe
*peak above a whister," *write* MUr. iavWd her life wth I'r. King's ?New
:J oph offtman, of Montmor""e., Ind. ?ico.ery. .r n who d cm*
I tried all etuedeiet avalhaJe. atf sttnimpito in ait *drati"1' ptag,. nina
Joeth o i, S yrtunlaWy lny m.y Od this wonderful Nvtiw-.i AW' Ud to.-
PIt P.i*hima ?le* tit dorj y~. ..00 .. agbw .m ...
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which m, the IOrst extensive
assemll'Ny of' gentlenTi 'sl8 Dp-
parol ver shown in (acines-
Endel Bros.' Jlock.
April sixteointh,
.Nineteen hundred and then.


The clothing shown is from
Schloss Bros. & Co., Baltimore,
the famous makers of the "Best-
Clotihing- i tl- W(-rll. All

ients bear *
this label:
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Fw 20 Years Has Le all orm Iad s.

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eiPalfl rilways in the utl, ur iStat*es arle on sale by Oth. pri 4w1n' l 0 agt1*"
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In advand" e, ,iih InsEnttlon.
eh >ieO answer advertiseitehts asd 4 ,rea4
In the dvortsemeut, .r
'Tho ontlentoo of vll persons inmertin,# .ni
tlices sined witAh lttlils wit be tve4f4t1O
Tliotr Dnamri will not be atvu i to tuquilreni.
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ny ttl yll 1|1iu .M i yeton mea ni, tt I ,C'Pn ho:':,
money. I ke.e on uInd the tiat tll
needles,' ttiem leuits >nti LixtUlftCW r
of nltioWnede0. ot c nnmlilntl taken I 6"
o haein'. 6Seood-h imlluid.u iItAnt ,ne It ot t :
prioe. ft ll on or iildr.sm C. A. W.aTt3OM*
agent The Sintwor hlr Co., P. O., B9o 3V '
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MM4 the Mn*aeeB *ili 1e aso Va ',red Relative to Legislative Department.. | r r until the lver
pf, ipoofb. on the bederlwin 'is the full text of the bow bt regular action cannot be bcultntones th ntil
SFerpOwe u; Sena torMeOre!ry providing for a con- url agitation, caused by cathartics, compels
(itona thee-ill .tSX. stitioion5alamen ment: .. continual and increasing doses to
.... -...^ .R.OAD.. ,sPropose that.- the Str.tate should Be it rea1,red by the Legislature of att n. the results. ;
w h GOh y ROADS M r t o ihwayne ea-t the State of Florida t ,
''I w s x ro. Pe"+sacota ++ to 7acksonw"- Thtt the following a.menmrit.A, cts'p tei
at 4 e rd..etv of N# s From th4III r n4 (inie north anid sottl fromt Se+tion 1 of Artlete 3 of the Con tito-. Nver mue Cure it
State rapitat, Whkch Dals intr. Is- mother poht, t' thd ow tet ts oa is the r S eab oy Florida be and and Fever. and 0r4 or
... poue ,istora wt to tio is hereby amended o an to" i 1-.
SP oW.W. Pnd",t elntiref Rlro MgoKintry, Jr.e hi a te at thoe general eection a, trouble, p t erm nt cuAe.

She tr i sktal In i on of pti i h aeue i .e ty visitreg to o.ia 6 Seleilie & Gulf Ra lw Cnslupa

t i| Ue be asualg in miny of past In legal circles by the announcement lature of the State of Florida," and r.
ta ns luassemblys.. erel yesterday of the resignation of the sessions thereof shall be held att
& ot be :improper to here ~ohn A. ]endeion as general, coon- the seatof government, but the people V4 E IT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
t depression, and the highly el of the Seaboard Air Line for Plor* reserve to themselves the power to. FF L RI DA
ble mp o makd by may dhe mediate appointment of propose laws and amendment to the
Spors and al the people of alahasu Geo. P. Raney as his ,successor. Constitution, and to enact or reject
made by this Legislature in the Thie position issaid to carry with it the the same at the polls, independent of Time Table in effect January 4 102.
P el and tbe bearing, behavior largest salary paid any railroad official the Legillature, and also reserve the " ........i"--
Nlanity of the members. That in the Ste power at their own option, to approve N, 5.
Is in Battety ean be+ easily estab. The joileot committee to whom was or reject at the polls any act of the 1)a 11 NO. T. To. 8. DN
b. phe mostosu observers. :It. .ferretl the various bills .for the addi- Legilature of a general nature. The .rc, HTATIONB. IDily. Daily. pt
course possible .hat slIe a state ion to the judicial circuits of the State first Ower reserved by the people is f
I 't( ffa: may not :lat through the have prepared their report, which it is the initiative, and not more than 10---- -- --------'--------'---
1o bt so far all is :well. The believed will be adopted. per cent of the legal voters shall be re- Lv P M r. P Ar P Ar P M
1. famou Third House The now circuit, the th, will consist quired to propose any measure by p- 7 45 .. r. ......... ...... 600
it .wht Mr. Olevelansd wold I of tie counties ofAlachua, Putnam, tition, and every such petition shall 7 ............ ......... 60
Sde eBradfordand ay. The 1rst include the full text of the measure 8 00 ...... 4
,4a.4I ) here is always a . befre three Counties are from the present so proposed. 8 .. e .. .. .
tiy tot g o last, the fourth. Lake countyis to be placd with the Secretary of State not 83 ... ........ 62
Swek has .been devod off In the fifth. The circuit will then -o(- later than four months before the 8 .. ... ....... 6 10
the^WAS oe00 of t'200
m~oreittani ordinary+ si list of Marion, Butler, HeAao do, .ele0tiof at which th. y are to be voted On.... 5 0

e ,;The re.ele.tion tof seato Citrus and Lake. upon. 85 .. .. .. 455
IlO ', f cure a fo egnc 'al A .. ...i.. i, t'. ti The second power is the referendum, 90.8 .......... ........ 445
Showeeri speelll^y impress hta, i tve t1 t.wed 4p lil ri-" and it may be ordered (except as to ....
l te obrv e fits fo al- paited tw as often as ten year be-laws necessary for the immediate pub- 14 ;o v 6 80 Lv 635 9 10 A 300
Ie orce 'M ll providing, o~n:y for`.-Ath1soe Globe. lio peace, heaih pr afety fptraising I 5 6 55 6 58 9 45 840 2 80
tal grounds ftor. teltef f is t of revene) ter by a petition, signed 2 7 10 8 30 8 25 1
Defeat T IT E by not less than seven (7) per cent of 1 0 7 717 Grahan 8 22 7 180

ie; the join committee on Referendum petition hall be filed 7 2 7 36 ...
l have prepared a report to be with the Seefetary o State within ., P 8 1
htd Monday; the measure for ninety days ter the final adjourn- '
fIi 'Mo.ay;rebmesmended"so ,s t3

o Au o preme cou-rt ast ae. meant of the squIo p of the Legislature T r s 90" o ., .
int T bre6Xn -shelved, and tthet which passed h bill or bills on which n 'd t .....
,000 approprlatipon for a Oovernor's j the- referendaum is demanded. Trained 3 and 4 wil nt run between Gainosville and Falrrield on BundayA
ilo h passed second reading The veto power of the Governor
It e liGente .ts,. shall not extend to measures referred L. E. BARKER. General Superintendent.
Sente adjourrned yesterday to the people. J. F. HILL, Agent. J AS. M. GRAHAM. President.
until Monday afternoon at THAT THE FOOD IS DIGEST- All elections and measures referred _____
P4 *lok* afn4 while' a number of the to the people shall be had at the bien- ------ -.- -- --- --- --
B 'aszore have taken the opportunity U I tY nial general elections, except when the
'f* oa short viet home a imuch larger iif Legislature shall order a special dec c pIR- g LI N l.rar.e hard at work in the corm- Aio n.
S wlttee roonams. The SenateO il. n* -e' ;it-*.' ao7 measure referred to the people ACCIDENT -N
a up' in its work and h :ef effect and become a law THE 0 L D E S T
itbho dispatch with which its we RW Cmnmend vio0 as an ,h e is approved by a nijority of
ble presiding officer conducts business Appetite CreatO tu votes cast thereon, and not other- AND ES CO I U A N C
"' ILa .lesson to parliamentarians. Sen- e l wise. PANIES
tor i"Adams has on more than one oc- The style of all bills enacted through
sttpn demonstrated his fitness for the WE GUARANTEE THAT VINOL the initiative shall be: "-Be it enacted I
| dtie to which the people of his Stato WE ARA TE THA N by tlhe people of State of Florida," If, f. POHfTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE
U hiai called him and, the incumbency WILL AID DIESTION. Nothing therein shall be construed to
oil preiett.high positions noe x- d-eprive any member of the Legis- ....
p '.on to the rule. The people o, f o T b taturoe 10of the right to introduce any Pr0te YOur Orae
ii hah ed son mor alone sen that we have ever known. The whole number of votes cast for Trees Jlm ld
ha this gifted son of ailton Its us Vinoltasobenefcially the justice of the su me courtat the d othr trit veetales from heat
,'atorBint. of Eecambla is another of upon the stomach that it accomplishes the..sd. ict e of te als ui ,t tuaa the t ery leaat
thi body's most abh members. Olear so much good. general election last preceding the i- R E A D 'S 0 D OR L E S S. t,, ,r .,,, .,. ,
ild niItve, h'e never saks unies he ol ontains the otve curative ing of any petition for the initiative or [hd can ie it ind 'iaI it. I will demon-
hen.d methine say, and e principle that are found in ood-live for the referendum shall be the basis New DesigIs in All Sizei. trate it, -im ity v. h hsomo thong. to sayo, and when wethtouta oil or oem w upon which the number of legal votr i dur u ni -tM e ve o
Upon the floor he comianids the most These medicinal elements act so u which the number of legal voter 1wi. "endt .anmleh are guarrtitrattes suceetoO
S-bsolute attention of the members favorably upon the stomach, that this necessary to sign such petition shall be Ce1 "e l k 61
A s o loorgant oWbtsau for itself the element counted. Petitions and orders for the .-i t tn H re Hatr l rted Ii P ther o W aIter-o e
Smarter of liogl he rarely fasts o ecessaryforereatingnewflesh.muscle iiui ve or referendum b shll be filed i a t it o n te-h sl cre o
y convention with hs wo How- tiue and for making rich red blood. with the Secretary of State, and i. A Full Assortment, ncludchin.g tt,-e 3',"-l', oP. aiww,.r fr .vo, wish. No poison
ever, there is not an extraordliigtri When the stomach acts easily and unmitig the sane to the peop.-he his Latest Patterns. eh.... rt le t ,' cheav. Tr i
Amount of peech-aki ih thie pper nature, a desire s created for good shall be guiltd by the law suhet btig -- ,u, t. 'i ten
.:heue nd cer ainly nf torord no Iunple otand a good appetite is the on s lttitionil ndi n ltnntd tt ii peLi WAT mER COOLERS, ,,, 01t know'
ioPoltst of the fioor. With cod-liver oil as formerly taken r FREEti.ZER S d All a aai l tub f t0
vraljoint conilttees are ubsnt the medicinal elemnt which it con- TELEGR' EVITIS. FREEZERS, and All t
on visits of inde atiou to d .trat Tnh srte too woe na y P tlor hutL on the John. Spring and Summer ' mo
ti n theron is rearm that enveloped son City I Sldrl. home tavet rl te letter.to
"4.L Mtato ins tAtuiou f. l '. at '.a* wf the obnoxIous r that enveloped son City, iativepeti ltron bohe, ha 1 .......

Willard of Alachi, is a n-.mber orf the them. struck for ,u tzcreane of pay. . .... ...
.IIportita t co1ii tt t It. he te ,Now that in Vipol we have those Te Uite tates will rote BAIRD HARD ARECOMPANY I
c.onvict,' and io w ath.t.t t ahe elements separatel front the vile- atoR RDH DARVECOMPAN1
fonVtt fat, we have a tonie -nd re- agatinot Russia's attempt to retain poe. B AI
a ntiirf,,,c t f ttt, d t t'i r builder that la simply marvelous in its steslIon o f MaLcnhuria. pRusi.'se ac. "-t LLEFLAl i ''ORE
of visitors were itero Thi -rAday ttLt'1 tno* O. tion i In violtion of her lighted "-..-. .
lag the iiotng ito of. tl idvo. The following isl letter that willex- word. i -or
Ifing t i s ,,s, ,, n t .self: Nine negroes who went from Al. The F i "p d
au to$of good rna ek 14 i n "ThisIs tocertify that I have used Vaa to Mexico to work on a platt. Compounding Prescriptions
1'th--hall of the House ,fr p- ix bottles of Vinol, aind have found it complain that the agent who rd rtk
petitatives Thursday ight", 'The met,- of .reatm value as a. appetier and te irpreentted the .stua I t hould % .
Inig was called to order by en .tor one in general debility. I hav ten~ there m thepr complaint wit Onu- Yar .... -. s.00
Al.:! '.:. .ila n the'( Stli iaate u who l0t -ce 0ll dl ilch benefit from Its us. tion. Thiry flied theilr.com t1%laInt with on Vee r i r eh stH, of liit'4s,
Allan, the aie org e who that L gladly turniih this teUstimMonil American consul general at Mexle Mio le ople, 1 ..t.k of iRc.S,
some length reviewed his work i tha in i ~odr that others may be induced t i City. .TOILET ARTILE t
drenou. .l 011.,a W. hg ff Mra it trial ad pro.to themselves Preter .nakie Wolf, a full blWd C l r- i n t.
lio, president of the State r in l 4-a W, aerbury, Conn. okee Indian ofa@inta. IT.. win ely strlid u glld
intn h a- a hl d 'tttd sp *ci ly t( th e tttert, av's t~ts iPhnel la 3l
Asso nation, was t ,p wi l aked In t l na the friiit aind tgetahLe growers of -.bil... .
0f _. ttie ev n nag. .. M eua .suret+ ! ii W e 5if t @VWY O r in' th is la e of t.h Is pl) c while he.w s o h hs way Fl orida."
avocatedbefore tile L gislatui'e ntI I.le O .taOtnt Our t how It hone m f t uthe OlCerokee landO" Gowe of Long
f1... ... .. ti f iImiO e. sa d hai t It cures. .C erta 1ly at Pinita. . A another ullJ A i l t n nr i P lante'is and
i in e wJio ll prsatevdig er twheof t t e... Ind.tn wa oassslahatedl. prMuitmablj cept Stamps take n.
000Qnow it tItt .lerl improve ,-,l . .. by the tull bloods, early in the wee taple ea Island Cottoa wil id
neutiAfund, and Iuch firtier rev.ene Wl three, cldially aInvte any because he ws tt J BUMB, Osa, Hla.
t Iqwouldre wla a givte 0 0 to..their If.n. -
Iit ma b4.derived from' thle *t.of u- a lirietuMnd t call who is t a w .
y .miI-ghway _uaht unaToahr wt . . ....a l a-yo W'rite to MRS. A. C"
$~iQ'a an u"der tlae pruva .(It Otti O dl U wit tha cuesa41 V id thtt holds a ..si ttiVb t, Ot @ eI* tt iJam W E t ar, f Ed gar cate with T HtE C M ERO N
to u bill, whio.h, i .t. i .t : b. .r. ., _"
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FLORIDA, APRIL 28, 19081

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0mninentr Virginian's' Desperate Ef.
**sVfoirt to Commit Suicide.
i on, Va., April 27.-Archy D.
b.PW i, prominent attorney or char-
I tteile, attempted to commit sul-
OcM! 1 i'lle returning from Lynchburg.
A GOakridge he tried to Jump from
the car through thto window and was
aut by passengerss, but not until
he ~'l.d. '6mashe-d the window an 4blf O1ut.
-e grabbedd a. piece of broken gl,ss
lnld jew Itacross his throat, severing
S~,. Trtery. There. was a young doc-
ar .Oi the train who held the cut ar-
u4ry until the trat n reached Charlottes-
ll. Otherwise Mr. Dabney would
. 'M1ave bled to death in a short t:m S When he reached the union junction
i4 WaS iIn ,a prostrated condition from
Shep8 of blood. He was cat rie.d to
ithe uliveislty hospital, where he is in
vl-Oritleal condition. The wound iV
of a serious character, and may prove
ltal. No cause is givon for the

Ma1rL A. 'lv>4 rom m 4 n '
toc:o '. '. n r.ant aE, CU I C IN NATI,

-i t-.. t *'- r\V.--; it l Northwol +..

ltm rro .h i'(r 'Va;
SLittle Wii. S ewti a,'teiswf- 11- 1y

re* thi tho yoor p*
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-Tihrouh Tikel'i-l.t a L. N., are. sold
iry all rtifload ,')-t[jo', net 1, Seit I0Aiin

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[Suocesior toSetrler& AIdermuani
Over Dotton & COo' Batik lI. ainmsvfll
Special attention to Crown t.l ri'e wo
Phone .-is

OGraduate 1hal.nmore College Il.> Ittl Surgery
Five years' experie ie In NeW' York City,
Crown, i.ridije work arud l( Flllii: SmlIaltieos.
Ala. WoitK GUA vaANTir.c).
Or'ICR IN 1.INDn tL Li.uItAX (. 1.O -I a.\'l0,lua, \,.L.A

South Sidel Squilro,

S;:lil(e's tile. lFIla

iParnies tiock. across the hii.lo 1 fromt Sniith'



D)ealbr in rearu .tal 0, T"hIozuhlly posted
Wut1 every s ,l lov i t l lalld Illn .Al4)it.li OountY.
Cour.spoidence _olilited.
and Made Ne w.
We buy or sell Furniture. or (,i4 conitruet
wl i you on the omnmitalon hisis. Patronagei
solicited andi slattistlion u iilwl.vs.

COMPANY. New York.


aIul mITE T. 81ATIA)I


Jacksonville. -


oung attor-ney's ras act..... KO L accelerates thr a-.tion of
ung attorney's rash at the gastric glard- 3 and
gives tone to the digestive organs.
PROBING BARREL MYSTERY. KODOL relieves an overworked
stomach of all nervous
New York Detectives Carry Investiga. strain, gives to the heart a full, free
tions to Boston. and untrammeled action, nourishes
Boston, April 27.-New York inspee. the nervous system and feeds the
tors,,asgsisted by me'mbers of the Bos- brain.
tion policee force, are pursuing investl. KODOL Is the wonderful remedy
gationas ln this city in connection with that is making so many
the New York barrel murder mystery, sick people well and weak people
A' telegram received from the New. strong by giving to their bodies all of
yr police stated that detectives -the nourishment that is contained in
14uld arrive with information that the food they eat.
might tead- to the arrest of an eye- Your Dealer Can Supply To.
witness If not a spectator in the kill- Bottlesonly. St.Oosizoholding 2% tlmes
ln'g Of Madenia. the trial size. which sells for 50c..
T''he detective came and at once Z PREPAtCD ONL BY Av *
lthe fll detective squad of the icty I| C. DeWITT A CO0, CHICAGO
was at work looking for an fltallan
whose identity was obtained from one
'of the suspects now in custody In New 11O1)IFORIl & MeCOLLUM.
York. It was known that the man _ --
biad fled the metropolis, first going to
(Providence, and finally coming to Bos- MEN AND WOMEN.
111ME Upe Big 5 for uatlatral
ton on the request of friends, who l, h24 dila&resf iuiatau lo s.
promised to keep him ln concealment irrtations or ulcerations
p~romis~ed-to keep him l.n"concealment not otrlo..rturo, of Illuco14 lIllnlbrsl*us.
Attitil he could be gotten out of theto rP,...Vt..ti. pihioii P I Ia not nt tris-
"I THEEVAMNSCtIIIMICALC gentt or poiltnotli.
vuun^try. OINCINOiNATI.O Sold by 7Drasmaitm,
s-- .F.S. .. A. or sent In plain wrapper.
OPPOSED TO "OPEN DOOR." byexp ress. prepaid.
$1__.00. or 8 bottlesI $.7-.
Circular *ent on reUos
lIussian Demands Regarding Manchu- rr en on re
ria Are Confined. -- -
London, April 27.-Viscount Haya- TO TI' E PUBLIC.
bil, the Japanese minister here, receiv-
ed today a cablegram from the gov- We, t.he undersigned, hereby agree
erment at Tokio fully confirming the to pa'y $1,th1 to any manufacturer of
reports of the Russian demands regard. paint who ein show, by similar tests,
,Ing Manchuria. anlly paint standing upon any metal
The minister expressed the opinion surface as perfectly and for so long a
that they were entirely opposed to the ti i ats ourir
,policy of the "open door" but lie add- G(iIAPlHITE ELASTIC PAINT.
ed that he was 'not yet in a position to I e guaratteeM G 'llAPHITE ELAS-
say what action would be taken by iir t ri as-
i1ee s TIC paiit to contain 1 o tar, rotinl as-
the interested powers. | phalihln or any of the products of

Manchurlan Quesion Discuszed. |lntLrolp-.:m, nnd when applied to any
Washington. April 27.-The Japan- skurflau'ce l ese minister, Mr. Takeshira, and Hi.tr wear perfectly. for a period of five
on .Von Sternburg, the German mti year i, and we iigre, to fiuriiisli, free of
later, called upon Secretary Hliy today charge, all paint Lnecs't-,ury to repaint
sad It is believed the ManCihurian sqllS.- i1)y sur1mifie( where it lias proved de-
tlon was dis.(uss.d. Secretary hay ectivo. signed,
has no advices frorn St. Petersburg or e National Paint and Varnish Cd.,
London, hut it Is x'cto (( e will Cleveland, Ohio. U. S. A.
shortly hear from the latter capitol,
through Phe ambassador here. Thlsc' We tnke pinasure in iniloloucing that
conferences and exchangesS are all we havte sectu rmd control for Alreoliia
preliminary to the preparation of a county for the sale of the celebrated
protest which is to be made against G(RAPill'TEl ELASTIC (generally
the Russian deiandde but it is not (clar, known i Ulnce StaIn paiTit.) This
what form this will take. A proest,espain has the highest esidorem entst for
however, must he directed, noL to R ti iron r d all
ala, but .to China, who will be warned dF. THOnMA H... CO.
that the nations which sign the protest F TIMAIi, t CO
Will not look wlth favor upon any ac. alneNvlIle, KU*
tion by China that will alienate Chi. - -..-
.4ese territory or will confer secialT A

Russia) over others. SA W

White Man Kills Negro. n *
Ciltanooga, Tor.n.. April 27.-A tpep. C
clal frnm \Aniaton. Ala.. *says that h n 1 l 10 11
Cooper McCrkin, a youn white man u .
of prominent anmily, llvingi. nnar Ox
ford, Ala .. l.;t I:aIl kille'l G lbcrt Pat
to-n, a nri,:rn !n MC(lin's lhrn. Me. 0I l .|
ClrU'kin :.; I:-r.: ri 1 to thI a'thoritioe Iy
and clai.rs th- '-g: wn 4. '- ndvan, ing $ -
on himn andr th .'."Atn' his life when -
he shot. ,, >splet.A >tAi ok 'O FFnrni-

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(. A PIrkKIt TT. I.eeO tid Maiurmr
Gatnevlle. Mortdk,

Nic Are d's Saloen and Cafe
Jacktonville, Florida

Merchants ILutnch from 12. to 2 p. iii.
Bartholonay lwhoheler, alma Itw-

portdm W rti rgi r leer on lDraui 1ht

Steaks, Fii, h. Chop, Onmrmo ir i l laIt)rn,
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KODOL digests what you eat.l

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KODOL cures indigestion, dys-
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WM. SCHILLER, l'rolrietor.,
182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla.
Opposite PostoflIoe.

Best dining place in city. Fine
Wines, Liquors aid Cigars.

JOH14 MINZIES., Proprietor.
291-221 W. a.ly a t,. Jacksonville.

Faust beer, bt-ottc and draught. Don't
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8. O:l CrdO4d 6, was a W: lso Drug Storeo, sole a~ent for I [BUm U IV
it otis 0ty yt da. 0sop's Wonderful alve : .......
I ,e ~ 1LAi^ ,3l .Poius i ety, the pi ao mpa ei g'" Experience of Party
W_ Jr 1( tt. W,,we0t to alatki on business yesterday.
HO i o High pri il i ern tn. diden Ne Campville Saturday.
a otng in the oty yetr4ay. 1th $ d See MoO ers t4.1 -
SI'eyo:f IvinWo .e Ohitty. .qf Micanopy mado a, A CHAIL FALLS OVERBOARD
tb this kity yster- lrkevt this so0ns ir this city es-'
dFa.... "- a i hIn Endeavoring to Regain Her Balance
D. Ga)e of lKNewbrry w5s hi Rev. and Mrs. M A. Clouts have Pulled Another Girl in Water-Time-
h~e ^ty yest.da... and ..ae The : Sn moved Into the Baird-eottage, North' ly Assistanceof Hall Malphurs Saved
a b allc ni c a ir s t. "' .'Them From Death.
S o ot t g Il n ... roch.le was in the Saturday afternoon Hall Malphurs
pli oto t city teda e ame t attend the went with four children--Selmer Mal-
p d Sundy for phurs, his sister; Donia and May Ford,
yOhio. Bis wifes nee Miss Coldham6 TUrner Brewer of Kalola fame de- his nieces; anid little Fred,' his
e: Ito ow him i k.d yesterday for a brief trip to nephew-r-to a pond near Campville to
y ': FKidFney. Cu"'thi kes'kidn$ 'O!a0cala ~ndoth6r points in the interest see them catch fish. Selmer having
31 J .5' h. delay of. t hla product. been sick previously, her head became
by W'.- W -Wallace.'s Wdrug W. L. Hill and J. Ii. ,Dow of the dizsy and she fell off the log where
F1. inetoe e- '' '' New York Life Insurance Company they were fishing, pulling Donia
W I. H. ~P er will nmove his law 'of- went to Green Cove Springs on busi- into the water with her. Hall was
Metr nst oe t o1k M es teray sittingon the log nearby and lie could
1T A F l LC" *" Folky* Kianey Oure if taken in time reach his sister's hand at once, but
rh e in the ity, afford seurityfrom all kidney and Dona was half the length of a fishing
Shas bladder diseases, Sold by W. C. Wal- ie away. Both were rescued after
bF froi 0. Pedrick, and expect.a s. d soe. goisug under the water once, although
000100fA 0lJOAy.Drreandexpects- .L.-Montgomery of -Micanopy, they both. would surely have been
,y: be. ofie ofthe oldest rnd most influential drowned had not an older person been
eBvatao cndt Ta mbe r in' li ttenus of that sectson, was in the near at the time.
Sp an in o a by y yesterday Dr Montgomery is The little girls hurried home, leaving
I AND SCIAL IT M all drflta and nl ne companies. owner of one of the handsomest home, the fishing poles scattered bver the
S: .Lost g w hite setter, wearing in the county pond. They were wet and cold when
H~apeed "an d"Afid What "is o ,bra.s .0lor with name' of ,. 0 ,aw- Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McDonald and they reached home, one-half mile dis-
FFFo u, stpdt~4hereon. Anyone re- Mrs. Lizzie White and daughter, Bes- tant. Hall lost his pocket knife in the
plS T4 : Jlbt Pargraph' t 1V im to Sn ole '^Wilo receive si. Frank of Paradise departed yester- baptizing.
'a Who Rtams May Resd" -at tory tward day for Nashville, where they expect
S' W. A.0onei of t"aeAomta one of the to spend a few months. Their frientts A Demonstration of What Chamber-
de-t t :, :'C:: iapramient citizens of wish them a pleasant sojurn. 4ain's Colic, Oholera and Diar-
aiV10JkJ3= ,%,]MR iten w a p .aaatsju!- rhoea Refnedy Can-Do.
tA$*hI :f that seetlon was a visitor to this a ty rhoea Reaedy eanadn c
er ih s was a r oe is an old Con- r a i an "Ope of our customers, a highly re-
to to i y yestr~ federate veteran an cs~e to attend an other spected ciizen of this place, had been
orlve e ertises. f points, where he has bgen for the pas for ten years a sufferer .from chronic
.06"'be "few days. MAr. Granger has several ro at
tEro" *t bfitg o 2t0, Knights positoihas ^arrhoea,*writesWaluen Martin,
i ontVenonLodgeNo. k sitions in view, but has not yet deft- druggist., of lnnterprlse, Ala. "He
0mong tb sIes vis of ythi w i hold tsregula weekly nttely decided as to which he will ac- had used various patent, preparations
yesterd. e meeting a thcatle hal t enn and been treated by physicians with-
and t 7:80 c A fll ttedadnce . a. f r out any permanent nefit.. A 4ew
: 'oIIe ,d of :n brothers will re- 'Mr. and. Mrs. S. G. Watkins of Dir- months ago he commenced taking
Among those wo vaitq4 4sire-d, and vi s.t.ng bememingham, Ala, are in the city for a Chamberlal's iiC, c holera and
e 4i6t4 i'faeteida y,. Cie.a ele c ,Wori w 0lco0e few-days. Mr. Watkins is a prom.- Diarrhoea Remedy and in a -short' time
Oreight ad daugh e T i a nent shoe merchant of that city. Both was entirely cured. Many citizens,
F\Ah F* RophaIP, ave | l d!|ng Arb "portrilt ti ket,, which hean shesmer wf tar dit of Enterprise who know the gentleman
,ip nt th t or store he andhis estimable wife are delight wil testy to the truthfulness of this
" l.4."A *a entries them to an enlarged picture, ed with Florida in general and Gaines- statement." For sale by all druggists
Dvi departed ete y that he will qrd o y 0 lle in prioular. and medicine companies.
e #il ,,.t eot frame f or tsal picture. Ohief MeArthur of the fire depart- THE BAPTIST CONVENTION
S o oy "iFs rquetedthat all"the singers ment requests us to announce that the
p i| t I t, atlst" an uhol eba alarm will be sounded at various And Auxiliary Societies, Savannah, Ga.,
lew, 'th leer editor the s Snd a lenoon hours today, so that the residents may May 7-14, 1903.
lof se ti h n Springs oe t8 lo for e purpe a learning not be alarmed." The system is out of The Atlantic Coast Line offers rates
al ler at r aoTherSunoe we ofearni repair, amd workmen are now engaged one firs-class fare plus 25 cents for
are spe caly desired to sole in placgsamein orde. round trip, tickets from Montgomery,
Areast an att rmiy for primaryioloiandehorsea. After a few days pleasantly spent Albany, Lake City, Jacksonville and
JdW F* Sper r Davieihaoley'svig completed with his parents in this city, Hal Moy- intermediate points, to be sold May
ytl.gopervison Liberty street ng corth lof era, agent of the Soutern Express 5-7th, inclusive,from other points May
,an e the took hou Lberty street north of Company at St. Petersburg, returned 4-7th, inclusive, with return limit May
son, an accom the court. hou s turned his atten- to his home Sunday, The friends of 20th, 1903.
(i lady of High.Springs i tion to ipro stMaistreetbeMr. Moyers will regregit that he has By deposit of ticket by original pur-
..* family ofJ' H, Alderman tween We st F rt? and West Me- een "under the weather" for a fe.y chaser with special agent, Savannah,
ch c As a builder Mr. Da ys. between the hours of 8:00 a. n and
time~nt- -Male..or female so- vies has proved-himself a,.,success, and
ala g-Mae .or female so- tke the p people appreciate his work. A few nights ago some miscreant en- 8:00 p. im., and upon payment of fee of
r. Sel guaranteed W take tr. people appr.iae dark d tered the fowl house of a citizen of 50 cents ,t time of deposit, extension
i t. S e H ILangworthy,Mag- Mr. and Mrs J. Lege departed North Gainesville and robbed the nests until) June 1st may be secured. Ex-
S twe n .d G,_ Sunday for Palatkr wheoe they r-. of two setting hens. If any bad eggs cellent train service, quick schedules.
t- etween Academy 'and G.& Q. pect to remain four some time. Mr werepurchadin this y the pur The mio'th of May in Savanah is
'1s _n o'f '92wth lettera rewrd L.egs i o g after potato shipments1 were purchased in this cith y the pur- month o ay in avattna is
rt n fa ithelooking after potato shipment chasers would confer a favor by noti- very delightful, and with the number
s to Th Sun oflete. froi m Hasrr ngs. and the schedulebeinglow fng The Sun offle furnishing the of adjacent resorts a visitor cannot fail
? y*#id Mea. J. Flrothr Hi hm inseue h a h eah todalhwt name of the party selling, as the loser to enjoy the trip.
e y e fnm Mtnopy. lacee wilevral hourakePalata his head of the eggs is desirous of iapprehend- Ticket agents will give full infornma-
I' ^ vfd.Y fro. e vI ot thetheegog-s tioni W.. L Y. P. A.

ey, ned and lnoTar constainpl in season, several hundred acres hav-y ohool, was a visitor to this cityyester lm o
S nd l not contpate ke y He states that the school closed Saved the Loved Ones
i10 otheltt-namo b Wi.C.naRl A doep ed theach last Thursday, after one of the most Mrs. Mary A. Vliet, Newcastle,,
drug stoe. "by -d o truhle. When tha te siuccessfulterms in its history, there Colo writes: "I believe Ballard's
i'-4adY's open faed ol. d watch fads to perform its functions the bow- behig an average attendance of 86 per liorehound Syrup is superior to any
or-I eady to t house square 0 e te oieiw dera g~d, the liver and cent. The faculty and pupil enjoyed other cough medicit.e. and will do all
a ta' eravd i ide wi|th ednn n-,I ons ead tatusia ofawheroih i a gr:tndpicnic Friday, a large crowd that is clamnned for it. and it is so
toe Ii. C Deruon' .and receive dpuinl,,s tuid therfore the umare to be eii'g present. Prf. Ellis says that tetskan, to it hense ay little gerl for t"
al trw i n ad 'Atretlv t 'htt iportni u thig is to the suh tax ehool district election will fllard'. HNorehound Syrup is I li
ltr*-ward... 6 rear: e ; rir thbe ,ioctih antd liver to a be called in ("ty county in May, and great cair for all pulmonary ailments.
I. Venable and ... F M~ith0y of lv,,thy a tidition., n l for t Is puar- ti t the ,l.ction-will be held in Pitt- 2' 2 k, atl $1 ast Johilioni lros.
" "l, t, t.ofatthb'iy an lem ent t sts J ly nasimuCh as Alachua BIRMtNGHAM FtNE CITY.
federate veterans, were iamont to^Nto thi- "ty yUters, i hay t c,- ttes tax tsizue without an oppOsing 'ote, hle L. J. Burkhim Returns From Official
e for the u.mrposee oa.atfntd-ittg thF't ,cexll t opportunity to t visit fe1l- i cntldent that Clay and Putnat, Trip to the City Well Pleased.
i.s of kiry Smith th Ftr, ? e l 'rI ttnd ; 'i t nfeder- will vote the same way. "1 want to tll you that B.rmiii-

'WWv rat,,riant '1 i'u n a 1 ,,,0erate
'' Patton depared, 'ye*ter y c Tae. At ler tit Reuniton at i er. ltl Confessions f a .Priest. i ham is the tinc.tl e ity of its sizo. I ii ve
Paon departed attend rl ,,sl trip tiekhst to w t)li'ans fetrt R. Jno Co, of Wake, Ark., everiited" remarked i.. J. twUrk-
B O 0es1on wh e "0 t.oA S t t '"1t4rip- tck.tro e w Orlenio fMar w J rites "A"For 12year.1. suffered from tiim, grand dictator of the SIatt of
ot of the Crvut court. FIt ,UAW sed3.rate Vewerans' lUethon May wrm: dice. nultaim Florida for th Knights of Honor, whi.
ftha witX&ss tttn lt:t* lt d t at i l v, wih return hMa- 5i a nd i a o t returned from an otticial visit to
.l,. ltV|lg t n, .i( 2lgty rh.. eu extension Of rtturnt of phy-Riiansl and tried all sort ,
th Qf ait mten ver, a Htotatemnit mia y 2th.b .tu bxtjer onof retof medicine but gt no relief. Then I that cityi
ryi. a dispute ovOr i a t itmte iurt bey d by depo .t of altr Bitiers and b Mr. Burkhim fays that Birmirighunt
t ory Ilid tr,# atton w tai tand t i by or. Tatre Arcd, terir fel tt I o.ced of a disease is justly entitled to be calkd tiet
y who laid t off. and A T r Ar .n r m in its grap for twelve Piutturg of the South." It is in the
Swll be .val.- than May 16t-h, and ution payment of .year11. If you wanut a liable mnedi- very heart of the richest iron minvs ibf
KEatemn after several months, I) e)i ita tl.im ordeposi, final limit eie for liver and kdt tt a country peculiarly rich itu hls ore,
|r in New YTrk when he as tx y nobtated .t" un o 1a, 1 L ston ir Bdtir r r g4ra Urintyedband th volumes of curling smoke
les o *bus iha Adin Osatie a--wU re druno gns 0 4i0u arki* %-f from tae variotis turnacesaare marks of,
i td ott'y aQnd )in r miii tolail vitn t g dl shape. Uik . ........ ----- -- the greatest prosperity. There art at
,o ^this cad -, rteih ^,vett1. .rv ie, .See i N tcBirmingham a humtke'r of the mios
lie,, cate to r'liev~vVOW erthee.1e .
Svid dlsttem, who expects tiot nta; -: I avint be oict*d at th famanait cent building in thet South--
t his departure .. t Cirt rt, buildings which would be a
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1 weeks5 buahus al qw York. Mr. Edeistein' h *tend to apply tte do a bo the standard. according to o
The $ak Is t-- grta for VW ny ".o V t o the Sn'tvIof FW t, l i .i F uan B nrk.1kPum d e tare
Felt ihrf*ti4' hit 0 on* ."0,sa

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Thomas Hdwe & Seed Co.

Woodmen of the World and Friends
Will Have Big Time.
The local camp, Woodmen of the
World, together with their friends, ex-
pect to spend the day at Prairie Greek,
and it goes without saying that those
present will spend a delightful occa-
sion. This will be the first picnic of
the season, and the Woodmen extend
a cordial invitation to all their friends.
The ladies are especially invited, and
are requested to bring baskets. The
Woodmen will provide free fish chow..
der, fried ,ish, bread and coffee, and
the fact that such veletbrities as Judge
Carlisle, Cap nin \V. riM idd and D.
A. H-Ubertso.i laiv cons.fenltd to pre-.
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