Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01879
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 10, 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: VID01879
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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a idwin Jones Killed by Eorsie Kitch-
IV IT May 9.-Baldwin Jne wa.
b* r and instantly killed by Borsie
tlrargT Fo0' 4eKltl lchens Thursday aftfrroon, two bal-
p Largo r e'
I New Chwi The shooting took place ft vacnd t t
]Re* w "lot on t on Mul-ry street, ..ar Thl-rd,
RM14.*KE ** ? a< ON IVIAD5. :i'an was witnessed by no ono except
ST* Vth' ' e ran who used the pistol and his
risons Have Been Placed In the t m.
ports at M ath of. thI Liao River. It was the result of an unexpected
orts at topth f th Li ver Quarrel between mcn who had for
'They Have 14O00 Troope Between years been warm friends and between
that Point and Port Arthur. whom thereliad never been a previous
... " dBlareensmnt. Jones:.had been run-

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NotwIthstanding, ersigtent'

Member of Nicaraguan Junta In Pana-
Mal Says that Extraordinary Events
Will Occur In the Little Republic
Within a Short Time .

[AY 10, 1903 TEN CENTS AW$

-sct U SESIO",

Court Decides that Humble Worshiper
Can Sit Among Aristocrats.
Kansa.s c.ty, Mfty 1.---By a decision
of the suplreoe court the arist'-'cratle
meoibors ot a church have no leal
right to deny an huwul)l worshiper-
the Ov'u i4uy of a bl'Set iamK t'henm.
T. he tvogrogation (hGnuid C oaot, at
Jewish synagogue, was sued by Sam-
nue G'aves, a pawn broker and j w-I
elr, for $4<6, the value of a pew which
he had agreed to sell to H. Jagota, a
shoemaker, and the court reanored a
Judgtuent against the congregattol.
BIefore buying,tho pow from aGraven,
Jagota, like all of the poorer members

rSWln, 94ay 9.-The Russians, t is ning a large plantation in Twiggs cour- Panama, Oolombit, May .---Notwithr of the congregation, had occupied a
bave re-occupied 'New Chwang ty and in January l4st sublet to Kitch- standing the peralatem (Id.nials of the seat in the rear of the church. When
a. l..rge force aund have also put ens a portion of the farm, at the sanim NLcaraFguan government th.at the rev; Jagota with his fanitly attempted to
eons in the forts at the mouth time selling Kitchens a mule. olution In that republle Is making prog- enter the aristocratic section where
tYe. 1ao river. Kitchens moved to the Jones home ress, advices received here show that his pow was ltIoaled. he wasa mt by
Sar furtr report to be and has since lived with the family. It la gal'aing ground. the president of the congregation who'
y Some days ago the original contract An American who has arrived here told him that he could not sit in that
ing exteive warlike prepara between Jonesa and Kitchens was romi Central Amerlca sayus the Nica-! seat. Jagota ,pusie.d by, detrmninded
\ amended, by whi'h Kitchens was to raguan revolutioniit .. ar:' receiving to iasert his rights, but when he had
he news of Russian activity, which, lea'e the ground originally intended help from the other ."Republics, and a reached his pe'w he found Its entrance
om=s 68 om most trustworthy source for him and work upon land remote member of the Nlcaraguu:,u Junta here blocked amnd b:-rricadod with chair.
Av NeW Ohwang, adds that 'n their from the Jones home. saya he expects extraordinary event In the face of tbhi opisition Jafgota
return to New Ohweng the Russian, The two men met in Macon yester" will occur in Nicartgua inxt week, abandoned his clahmnI to the pew and
*trops brought with them several large day and in discussing their affairs It which, he adds, will a,%ure the aue- refused to pay tor it. Thereupon
Bi.. A. large force has been order* appears that a quarrel ensued with cose of the revolution Graves brought suit aftinst the conli
-to re-occupy Tien-Chwaag*Tal. I the aforementioned unfortunate result. gregation to r 'ever the amount hoe
She Ruxsslans have 14,000 troOps be Kitchens says he was compelled to FATH ER TAKE REVENGE. lost because l wIa unable to deliVer
Stween the mouth of thi,lao river and kill Jones or be killed. to Jagota the pew acaordinmg to con,
r.tt Arthur. ----th Caroi Man Kills His Daugh, tract.
STh- e Russians are reported to be con- KILLED BY LUM'BER TRAIN. tert's Betrayer. ---
,et acting forts on, the hill near Liao ---- olubla, S. ;C., May .- Wednesday INSPECTED CANAL ROUTE.
Y ai. commanding the road below be-, Lawyer and Physician of Moultrie night 8pain Kelley. s"id Howard Sn ...
.tween there and -Yalu river, and they Meet Tragic Death. geton were driving a double team on Suboommittee Panama Commisson Ar-
.;*e arranged to have a large quain- .aoultrie, Ga., May 9.-As a result the highway, 12 mtles from Bishop- rives From Colon.
.ti V, of provisions delivered at New &t a collision of a motor car with a vllle, when W.a- VlOtlch drove by il New York, May 9.--Rear Admiral
Chwa l': t tog train on the Georiia Northern rail- the opposite dIreetotl., J. G. Walker, General P. C. htiines
A disath from an official at New road near Moultrle, Matt J. Pearsall, When opposite Oreeah, Kelley Snad Professor Willnim 8. Barr, oom.
llwig -says indications point strong~ a. ieadling lawyer. o(If outtrie, and snatched out he bottom of poRing tho suboommitte on the Pait
jlyto these active preparations being Irawnk DWalel, a prominent young phy the buggy ain ed thee times, each ama canal commission, arrived today
*intenHled to gu4dg against operations sieian, are dead. short taking t n14 C ch's b13*L, on the steamer Allianca, from Oolon.
against the Russlans ain Manchuria. The accident occurred at night near Kelley picked p shotgun aid at The committee went ovqr the line of
-- OCrle0tt's mill, 4 Mnilea below Moult te tempted to flie, hut ngion O o the canal and lnapected the work.
Was aNover Fully Evacuated. The young men had be down thN the way. C0teech ju4lpPd out of U< Major Black, of the engineers' oorps,
London, May 9.-The announcOment road several miles on a flashing trip own buitgy &and ot Into the on'e drive remalnmed at the isthmus wlth a com,
itrom Pelin that the Russians have ad, wtre ttoufvItn o a ti 5.a mot O by William King, who put his hoaot ti of oenineers to complete the proe
*"re-occupled" New Chwang must not car. at gallop. 1tulnary work of the canal route The'
Tie understood as Impllong, that they .. turtini kl tl 'eevio ii nighft W Il Kelley cut one horse out of the htar cOomtisslon sailed from hero about a
ever fully evacuated the place. The upon them' before they reached the 3ea0, sprang wo its back and in.ralud month 1ago.
n;ews iwa taken here to mean that thed city, and It Was raitlng. "oming tnP ut full 9ped. He overtopk Creech Rear Admiral Walker, on his arrlv.
Stown has been re-occupled by the the long grade near Oorbett'a mill in miles, and fired twice with a shot a&l today, said;
force, the withdrawal of which was they were suddenly oonfronted by the gull. **Our visit to the 1rthmniu was for ln.
qinnounced in April, when the Rua- end truck of & long train that was Creech, desperately wounded, ploadi. portion only. W' looked over the,
,i'. lans said that all the troops except rapidly backing over the hill. ed for mercy, while King whippvnd his work that has hbiot and is Irtng done;
the men for the police guard have They were in 20 feet. of the log horteo into a run. K.Illoy loaded agaiLiand everything appeared to he going
Seen removed. train when it was first seeti and there and rode up beside the buggy in fi on satleractorily. I, of course, cani
r -m o d. .wItas no time to Jump even. Wished Creech With thi full load hi hls not s.y much about our visit and Its
IUNOGLE 8AM LOSING PATIENCE, In the collision that followed both body. v result until we have made our report
men were fatally hurt. Dr. IDaniel Oreech is said to have ruined Kell to the general commiltte o In Wash
itte Department May Take Vigorous was crushed from his waslt down, the leyes daughter. lie owned a livery ington."
Action in Ruasian Affair. I trucks pIasing over him. Colonel stable tn Bishopville
IWahlngton, May 9.-The st te de- Pesall received injuries about the ITALIAN STRIKEI KILLED.
apartment has received official con- %ead. I the body and bad one leg ECKIELS ADDRESSES STUDENTS.
irmationm from its agents in China of broken.
the increase in the Russian garrison, o1tonel Pearsall is of a prominent Advate an Asset Currny nd hot by allow Countrman n Row
NOw Chwang, Manohria, an the1 rAbtion Ie ury d. G reenwich, Co tin.
Sn m rily e, Abllon Subteasury System, wl, .,M -ui
Sreon to believe if P dnt Ro pi M.P r n, being the esent pn(- Cha,. My 9 .-.Ja t H. lel, k a a T.. I
.t approves, .thit it prps ng vo a to oo Ayoc, former 'r -om or o toe "urny, trike row lAt ttle U n
ake vigorous pin ne o l. lt le o at in 'd..ocaAeA .n -tte cfirreny ad the borer waste shot to death by aone of his
..' vr tion in 00e n thre O Ni-tios.-h.at. by the ma rde! in itrrn a 1N940 at =,,,i-re ,4s. ....oy iand the
Secretary AlIW to I4 enfi 'Deo It *bout 2 s aboliflot!t of the-s.btrraaury ystem .n fellow mintry en, whop wS .tta(Lked
ith Preidnt iol Wltt a-u .t -old Ao ad lit lt fro o the oi mdeb aeuorm tfs itU f y ns n an sttffort to
,ndM on thie latter'se dleciffmo bite a.. ~Lte aoem ( 4 T oindue him .qto wori.k,o.
ire6tly. course will depend. AlIog hi O wes a l tA y afa A Mf mn A wre 0employtd Con n
it i. stated that the depowtmett .las i i.iIS aATH D .. lwi*ea4 the o nittt .kotxcavatl--, ,MA quit work today Upon-
its. tptience tried by the eou rsee c.. . .b . a i1 d s he "ad "the 0 the. dem n4 oft a delegation ofr tl.
"4the event in Manchuria, ld theat An e, oexcet onl, who w as hereupon at,
,- onepation mo r aa ica l tAa,-s ha tie5 olu, te bthe othirx In tif-dbtens
pthn a y wich hacs hberetore o N wMIch ighly aon n lrged safey e -ete t a red Ionto Vits erowd, the bul
sdi thn otileon between thdle "e paesde o* of his axt iApe gin th
pt ihis subject .. '1 -," " l ' h "r"d, "
Y.oienm re1 b i o stomach. Thes woho a lid
PWeso i bc-d d that ay. .when dibrand thro$01M cotr*ssloni W shortly* afteruards he a n who (14

aIt o till ovov rnmem e t toiCtJoni -titb'.telaetlHu wy Ibt hfr ylt. tha"e v "r eANI of M Oe aiide A .
w",it2lh otn$ er nation wlth.0i D et *to i a ib.thus far havee eeemm ee "Arns Ate Is o Up
Ata trls*dftlons, but It is now hinted fUo.d P.o..w.:,,hi.ee ....... Oat agaton.
s 'Some pla's t of. Oera-tklton, with Ore5 it a.biited tht.... ... ,r, wwr" ..Fa.'. .M'
arA Japan may O be (V 4iriliud *4f1 C"vsattnOliph May 90.' h.- PI
will whae the effet of convisc cit' tia tae A
241 elan government'of the MiAtXd The covelo ....... we eal).4 QL. : ..... e .... 8ul-[rise .to Wow up a povtiar "forc
tnaion of the' thrention t i*w M t b A t Mt r a pni -
..t..a aa- Ofe it 11*eW:Pilo t aya sw n rl he. ltNr tt town Tin *hops sand tLaxzarl
olburla, whiLle not actually eom- i "r Ataa ..e eiil>.a flw d h r epa 1Iy winke !latantly e e -od,
tUji the Unlted Statel toa foristal ."The'l.ttoshi' l id..Peldil 4.. thsrat)nad tbar lives a* Whii ey it 1 ltivd te at^aek was madi
llance. Ths prog nam is imebiet to is tor U*.sfe!.t etifts. 1e i: i,, w HWrtvivtui t h vietw o provokflta reprsli1
aniimroval of the nreil4enLt I bI. Te ,si^a is aI ji of th e Jo r't'st-M TeI #i*ta auttts. however Co

W e~lnaton. May t!UChle.t., bee. i ncr eased ed W year wil sad os Roward Wa. tIh Ktt l p vet tlel siuelm a frolm ii!

Ri .1aIaund. Vs. a foew days agio,.atii ehliAhlre tte:t..5t*'4 a summer 1, man ha 1a kille o-
VNl6W with the Old Dominlon llne., of thle li5Poe *SYtiOfS m.,t* W:iS ltrytg persene mew to lev m.wttnd*.
^lB hton- The 8agitaw was lnspMet^ today The .indint ^oft th.,w atat wNoiy, hsUn oa.a - c '
itaMit omeer. is the si mt mid tire ats of b too W i hi mdA r l A stsaMtlay O4 es3!

lieved the lset obAstaci t* eW|i% o
vllit. Will WHaw! vr o i.
the Et dsTA Of the great laliir t
the P'ebyfrlao Kehtdgflos
*"." ,asar w-teup .
406" iNOwton., Uis: !

,"Pw W1.. Aibii Yaney om -- 0- ^ .L.'^t-.&a.s Ba M
*^---- eh: asete. BIN--- t --he '*vm--ifi lawt

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ER .. T +(: 'I


American Medical Assooi
tion AdJourcL -
An Exciting Contest For Preeident of '
Association Ocourrodd, Dr. Muesn,4f
Philadolphh, Finally Winning Ove'
Dr. McMurtry, of Kentucky,
Now Orleal ,. May 9.-AVith the sel o.
llou and loutallation of oflctars and the
final report of the houso of dellgat
the succoaetul fltty-tourth annual as*
lion of the AiwerLie Modiea .Stoot* ,
nation ramue to a cloie today.,
llarly ia thle aftertuooa thldelieg4tat
and their families went for & ride so.
th river. The delegates will leave
for their homes tonight and tomor-"
row, except a party of 30 or more Who
will take n excursilon to Cuba.
Thur was an tteu intg lottln for .
preaideut of the aslioolation when the.
houst of dologates met. Threo bail
lota wre tvakoA Or, J. H. Muasor, of .
Philladlphia, tinally winning over Dr.
ITwis S. McMurtry, of Keutuoly. The
other oflicors holtod were:
F4trt vice pretitdnt Dr. 0, 0. 8atv
age, of Teinnessee; nooli4' vice preiat
deant, Dr. leadoro Dyer, of Now ,Or i
loanls; third vice pretldent, Dr. 0, I,
Hall. or M lhsourl; fourth vie prOllst
dent, Dr. 0 PI. Jenkins, of Iowa; treh.G
urer, Dr. Henry P. Newman, of Chllt
go; socrotary, Dr. George It. 1rmi ttaM
of Chicago. Board of trustees, D ;
W. H. Welsh, of Dalttlmoro; Dr. Mylel "
of Ft. Wayne, Ind., and Dr. M. .,l Hl ,:a
rta. of Chicago.
The final meeting of the various mesa
tlonl were held today. These a4d
tonal olootionsi have taken place:
Surgery and anatmnny, ( barles A
Power, of Denver, ehalrttan; Wl
11t Andrews, lChteswaoA scrtary; hy-
ltoesi, Dr. Alexander ITAmbrt, NeW
York, chalrinn; Dr. J. 8. Miller, Chl
cagn, owvrotary: mnatrli modiia, 01*
Ivor T. Osborne, Now Hlaven, mani; 0. .. N. ItallHTrg. (hicago, mO -
retary; its(aftse of hil(lr 0. Klrley, Now Yorkl, haltrrmain; C .
Wanhrer, i 'ort. Mdllison, lowa, secret
General Baldwin Comptlmonte Them
Upon Wofk In Phillppinas0
loNtrolt, MNlirh,, May 9.,-4ltl an ntioa
vliw )Ntirilay aft-tj'rX)on at the IKty) %
al Il..ton h qunet, fenemral latiatwit ,a
laid ,^|
"Treo much credit cannot be Itivoll
those rui1ar ( r(pi fori the thaprIl) ma n .
nor ii which thoy hev drone tho hatd
work In the Phlhppiles. They* have .,
showni Jtt hat w t tilff goes to make
up th. UnLtoid itaftAl Army. :'*
"Th ritplt troe Indsoln'il t:
nmatko'd de roo r ad th y thave ab*
lutlTy n1o oonfideace In what threat 0'.'e
to o by the Ami$rn onaffte. I'H*1 "'
siily this should ioe tole le4 t
extent that they havto o ionmldeM
in thb apromile made them, T'heif .m :
&tio to, thelr past 00 yTMyt' ars e .H
r#, in tiu t may he po blbi" ot ayt ',
ed1,-a' tiwe t1v1nM to atert. thebMMSir#
54ivY"- so they will o50 .totmetliir: t '$ . L4i- -
areetflu'tinin of the tIlandl i ipll rtl ':.
ly. c ompl gete" -- "t. I ;

DOmande of Majoftty Of Prin*byte'lan
...... a .. _._M ^ay-.l!+ Qrenteg .
'MJw Ywk, M 9 .i--vPrw4ytuIaW ..'^
r'rinl r.vlieim 5eotm to bel *ser at:I .
tIsnd.h af(Aa truite, til'e aid. .. :A
n prebzylerls ot to!tW'
byewtao turahe Ins Aimtse ,. NSi' o ,^a
Ioiidly for end tvtl, aisl bate
year's * .xietiila of the (easrat iaeeab)r bW'N
b.1 In IA. A*;1ee, thi| uimtb.|t i

Between J


Efforts Being
Irlop to Sect
That Sody,

There i apip
to the title o
:: between the If
S' rion. count esa
particular att
excellent bod
ownership of
isL"" ShaM recentiS

dtpuuhyl it afford
S orIthe p
dustry has be
.t;, aive scale.-
mpgaged on t
twte thbe Ind
proStable one
been abipping
point. through
"ath them by
*nd selines, an
.ble began.
It appears tb
Marion county
the fisahermen,
they are violai
slaw that no I
+ preticed withlnt
1 u :: +tth oprt

aheo re ftoll
Wh1at they ter
:' itis, they de

q vj.riedti tion, and virtually tell him
S.l,"r9k hts whip."
It is understood that a bill Is now at
: i lthaiee asking that Orange Lake
Sb deeded to Marion county, and if such
ti the aeii the decision of the Legisla-
ture in the matter will be awaited with
.- eti deal of Interest.

Too Great a Risk.
S. almost every neighborhood some.
O' H er. tl orbus, often before medicine
ld be proetired or a physician sum-
W *eed A rellabb remedy for these
:i, llises should be kept at hand. The
:ri$, is too great for any one to take.
i U Cberla's Collo, Cholera and
:DirrhRoea Remedy has undoubtedly
seo-thllr lives of more people and re-
ifel d more pain and suffering than
allty other m edicnie lin use. It can al-
wayS be depended upou. For sale by
S:l druggists and medicine companies.
Seatmernr Wants New Court House.
liBtrngnhaim, Ala.. May .-9-A large
.OMMiittee of of rasn ieo- tind
o,'":thebr liparta of JOtf,'-4n county, lhve
go nft before tho cotinty board of rvo
.*rue hvro looking to a new edurt house
f',, iteo BSe4ier. The hoard, lhad ad
opini on from itt .ts rn ny that no elee
.tion .for the lIssuania of bonds could
be ordered, liut a resolution prevailed
that effort would bh asatited to have
the let1i4lartulre, when Iti meets again,
a:dot a 1"Uw h.w lprovidlng for an
S ee octon to decide on the itssuance of
S$35,Ot'0 worth of boutds for a court.

Spring Allments.
There is an at0hiig aid tirod fooling;
,%, th: liver, bowels and kidneys bveomie
S; luglash and inaetlve, the digestion
irnpairod, with little or no appetite, no
: *mbltion ftr anything, and a feeling
V! that the wh lo. bodly and mind nets
Stoning up. The trouble Is, that dtir-
Al In# winter, there has beoi aln acciuMu-
SItstion of, waste letter in the syst.iu.
;:,Rerbii;Hr will rellove it, stecuro to tho
s. et lions a right oxit, and by its tonio
t!ct,+ .fully restore tie wasted tistus
ai d givO strength iYn phice of weaktitss,
t0 at $ohu l. Peanut Compasr.les Cmbine.
n;!' ilttlnnuti, May .-Tho Confhecttol,
eri' I view to lay tiys: Thhe Mlhlt.
ta U'idelrwritium coJnAftVny of Dltrolt
: h". Comt plet b ot a t-it1hif tt tho pea,
ilt iidlustrles anid .l1at14th .AnAme.rean
S wit moiinpmiy will soon be In.
oprtd In New Jv'rsey. with- Il1.1l0
00-T0. por rent preferred and $2,$760,.
W q"mcOit atock, and4 that It wllU
90lS oiiLU'ABpltsB at Norfolk V.a., whber
ofi. r will be loose&
___ Ifter wer" Joseph fthlv.
S'. Wethberly, Detroit:
;Iles ackiton; sGorsB a.

1its excellence having been Incapable
of this act of mental arithmetic, the
addition is gone over again, from the
little finger backward, with a finger or
two ptrhaips representing forgotten
Items brought into account from the
other hand.
The sumn total Is gladly paid, and host
and guest are mutually content, the
iiest knowlaig tht he has not been

E. E. YOU .P, Maoager.
Get &s abstratse of title to land before
buying. After pa 4gr the purchase
money there wofteM no redress for tax
sales aud uuobbeled eortg ,ea. ,

Ma"nat I "A Typwriter.

overcharged more than perhaps a A HUNDR IDOLLMtR TYPE
thumb and two fingers. WI T u FOR ,0.
Anient ee.ewor Guanteed for one .year. Soul on
An n XelSorc. ~monthly paynenwt ttt a slight ad-
Romet, of t01w oldest needlework extant vance to responsible parties.
was found in +Elpthl nand Egpt- ETypewriter l.rbbow for
w f .4 ig variOU8 inob lines.
Oull>i to:)bsli-a rough ort of flaxen .... ,
cloth, like the bath toweling of our REAL ESTATh, DIWEL.LNGS
owt dy. ln ips of wool work AND LOD FOR SAUL.i
wlth so-m kliud of nelle, rtmlsAl on -, AL
onie shie of the stuff only, and a ind
of tapestry partly woven and partly
outlined In t(nedlework, The mummlnes Gainesville Florida.
whIh'l ittu ir ns lhtthle titodirn curiosity
ihas di turbhtd tire wrtaptel Itt linen, as ___its_ _

lte s liable thln wvoolesl cloth to the
ramv.iige of toth, and the art of weav-
Ing th< flx t aint grew plentifully 1on
ti( baiikM o, the Nile wa probably
hi'ni(d liy the Israelites during their
sojioirni in IEgypt.
li'.khiq ptAl ks of "lin1 linen with
ltr,.lhhied \ Nseeiots the uiitural gro nid aind foundas
thitu of ill emtbt'oipry. It often lastst
longer tltian thd work Itself, can be
(leolinled i and will not tray or wear out,
as do inwore costly silks and satina.--

An Old Iteelpye.
liore is a recipe for the blto of a 6mad
dog taken from the "JnITversal.,Maga-
r.tle of Kiowledge." published by ohn
llIntotr at the King's Arms In Newgate
ItrtI ltiondon. May, 1t53 "M.Tke the
yoiuigest shoots of the elder .tre. pe tl
off the outside tnrid, th n, scrpping oft
thn tgreen rind, take two ihtuviduls 'of
It, w iteli abtinWslr ti qturter of uio l1our
in tive plots of tl4e. Strain It off aidi
whtn coll put It Io bottles. Tiktu
Ihalf ti olulke wharmn the first thlnj
li tht uoriisit u and tlie lait at inlIit
ald Ibe r't. to keep yourself warm:
also ItImtthe the part affeteY l with M ine
of heo li.jimir wai'Itd(,t Ihe dose o0 be
,rt'p(i (.l theI INxt itw or full MItoon
tifter the nflst. It Is mod for cattle ta
well as ihe hi linan tspemip."
WhimiM !tl at Ils e.
The htt'ir tho Ihorms thie iorer spirit
he hlin.. Theo ditsp(iltlen of an Arab,
hunter L4 thulA ditcrw-IdA by tWwell
lJ!'>l "In orsq Nthni" -No iptr'Agtti
however wais Paih. lie hlnd a tem.-
tpr, i thsoi ot a I ,clholgirl. lie wns partleU.
hir as to who iput on hll bridht lie had
notion cou terultig tho iannie.r in
wihth.' t urlryeea.b should b uUsed. A
iel ribioti or a balndammna hnntilkerchliptI
put huint In ragew while igree, the holy
color of the lmoallouRditu. ootlhed hil
nerwvte. A lielr patr oef hIl he htad
ina te ,knew ow to i0 bis teem

R. T. SCIIAFElt, Prep.

PreRh ljery Day,

Delivered to All PIart of Oity.
a Satisfaction Guaranteed
Special attention .to OCrouses, Mhistrels
anul other traveliUn troupes,
Huntint Parties, eto.

P. O. 3ox 154S

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Cntrctor f wtil WIring,

Kltwte Lh W a spealty,
A ll work 'rku4rid 1 orduhee
with the South ettn Tari ftl Aii,.

r ve T order "*

:}tllvle r* L t^ ,o^

Wa SilM8 .store,.

rs D0i makes pale, thin children tat 0,ne -Way' airlir andit
TSPOSSESON and chubby Overco=mes "pe ei
ad chubby. : Their Line -,Wraiw s ehae
S. wastingtendencies a brigs artowi
1e Bone of Contention back rosy cheeks and bright i &aideutodenwa e ita. t
Alachua and Marion' Fm eyes. F 'O>hio River 0Gt, .

NGS TO ALACHUA It's surprising how quickly One-way o rs eketod p
M -- children respond to $cotits seon g ~w be ao ad l n oI
Made by People of Ma- Emulsion. It contains just on tthe, U & W. I. a*nd9;AS.
ire Title and Control of elee of ouriment line t rates based on-halff te
Which Is One of the flhrst.slaes limited fare, pits 42.00.
Ground in Forida their little bdes nee. They Tickets, wil be sold on tme Elstiind
n Grounds in Florida. thidTof eac moh, to and
p4ttly some dispute as Even a n iclding November 17th, l8.
f Orange Lake, situated a e a few drops in thoe s elios exenerio n ticket to
ine of Alachba and M- baby's bttle have noti Parrish, Elleiton, Palmetto, Braide
. For many year no able effectfor good. Nothing town, Mnatee, oneco and Sarasota
ntton was paid to this better than Scott's Emulsion (agency stations), at, one fare, plus
y of water so far as the for growing children. .0. for the round trip. Tickets will
title was concerned, but be sold on the first and third Tuesdays
Come into prominence WU of each nmth, to and including 0
the extensive fishing in- 5---- i- W0?Io e Palt 11 6-w Y01 o veabh 17mth, t903; winlrdinigmit
d ...twenty-one days from date of salb.
twelve months tis in.- sletalsii a ,to l It S IA Portwat. Tickets will be good to stop-6Oer on
en conducted on an ex- In ltortugal when the traveler nsks1 Seaboard Air Line railway en route on
Several fishermen are for bin bill the landlord pleasantly rubs going journey within fifteen-day
he lake, and it is said his handa togcthe.r and answer. transit limit.
ustry has been a most "Whatever your excellency pleases to The Seaooard. Air Line railway
. The fishermen have gtirv'." have issued sqmevery attractive ad-
. The ahermn have i. vertisina matter, covering these rdtee,
their catches to various This will not do, for the traveler Is which is being distributed extensively
lout the country. Th' ure to Woffer tO little or toon uch.and through the. North, East and North-
tnot of bcunketry ntj to be thought either a spendthrift or a west.
m *ans of baskets, nets nigW.rd, o h b has-to make a speech, ........W__________
d here is where the trou. thnk the landlord for his confidence
and tg for a detailed statement.
hat the game warden of Then the Iindlord. politely deprecat-
y desires to prosecute lig ntiythl-ig of the kind. is slowly per--
upon the grounds that swid d to check 601 the various items .
ting the law. There i upon the fingers. of his hand, with a FIRE O NDand
lihfng by nets shall be 1ong rguaiment before each isuccerive a BOND a
in the te f world. r do w nd doled do. ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
ite...o1od. tt does It come tolo asks the
l threatened the fisher. trnreler, taking out his purse at last, Arsepi numberr of *pomnt
ecution,- but Inasmueh Is when the hand and the account aregMW.
>wing their vocation on closed. I '
n Alaehua county prop. "What did his excellency not add Ad rf
fy that olmoeru ,he hia up ?" '
A I ... .. I r t- I^ t !.

-. :.' SoamDULU 1!VWTV A I

2, 1909.

1. a t 55 soUTtIER DIVISION i M*' 4 (.NI
.. I X 10 p .. ........... -. k 1i w ............ 10 4A I a 7 II
6 9 i9 5 a To, :........IwW....-...... d ... ............ .... 10 i ia so,
1140 p...." 4 p .......... ... Waldo.............. .. .. i 200 41 3 a
13.... .. .... 4 p Ar................. .ey.... ........... 1
S .. ........... e.. ........... .. ....
.'.t l . j .. ............... .............. ... ......
Sp ,< i :..... ...-.... .......... aWl wo iod...... ......... .... .,... l2 a
sM Co p4 ej .................... ....DadeOity................. ....... is "i'a
4 14 p; 4 i ....... ............. .. a t Ciy......................... .0.A
7 0 p 5el s.... ............... ...Palmett ................ ....... a 4 .a
S p ...... ............. Ma atee..................... .......
74 4 a Op .... ... .......... ..... r ta ...... ......... :.... ....... .... 0.
S0 pI 46a ... ..A .... .......... t e............. .. Lv .... ... 00i

IArFerna la0............ .I at 0 l ......S Ar Ls ake C ty....... ........ .... 551 p 2
Ar Br0t0P nwtik... ... ... I..-;2om. p s-S............................. 8a5 p 2014p
Ar 5-in i P............ 1 p a ,adion ..... ... ... .....S.. p l
Ar F'irfx ..........I...... 09 I ....' "Ar TM ore i ello.............. .... i 0Ip SilSp
Ar Inhaik....... .... 3571f 220I a *.....: ArTlla abv e.................... 940p 25p4
Ar Coluaim blA ............. l53p s i ...... Ar Qulnoy. I ...... ........... .. 1... 4 7.l
Ar <.Inien......... ....t. 740pl S1,a4 .. Ar lRiver Junction ................. ... &.. &p
Ar iinmlet............ g ..3 s57t2 a-A:.;.;... Ai- B 3 aeolsa ................. .... .... I 9 op
.TWr C OTl teb a ; ....... ...... 5 3pi sM ,. XAr Mobile...................... ... ...
Ar VSouther Pi. .... ...... 1 ljp a .. Ar7 New Orie n............... ........... A 7" r.a
Ar Raletgh............ii 53 p.1.4S ..Lv Jackeonvile..............k........... 540jp
ArS rteu ....a..........? a f p .... p ArMaeoo..............................i aiR6
Ar Rtehnond, Va........ 635$1 S32p ..... AIanta....................7..... 7
ArWashbfugton........... 10 0 a S "o"p, Cbattanooga......... ........... l<
Ar Phll.delphbia. .. BN s 6S a . hvlile ............................ I s a p
Arew IoP.'.80... .lsl ........Chicago...I.......... .........I 9P2

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
Saturdays, from Gainesville.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No, 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be-
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
tween Jacksonville and New York.
Io. b connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 66 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville-
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p.m.
EA. O. MAcDONELL, Aess' Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.


We over these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.
Fi fi e, Life.^ Accident and Health lusuran .

S--Agents for the-

ictor Safe and Lock Company
40:i-LxooL3ti..Q.-., Oh.ixo,
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
S ong the p-rchase 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. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDI

fgl lf


r E'ETWELa .

Jacksonville ar-4d New York,
S..'Calllg at OHARLESTON. S. C., both ways.
The Flanest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

Clyde N4w England aud Southern Lines
Diruct.Service Betwer- JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound ...... .......... From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Nbiorhbound....From Foot of atherine st., Jacksonville

ClVe St. Johns River Line
let'weern JACKSONVILLE eand SAN Ia
.Stopping At Platk 'Astor, St. Frani ereB (. ) ntr e
Landirgs ont St. Johns 5ivtr

Is appointed to sail as follows :
Leaves Jacksonville 8:80 p. m. Sundays ,Tued ays tnd Thursdays
ear Sanford : a. Monday, dnays and Fridays.
5e44oqrn 8CHEDUJuj Lo "b
Leave -8 .pm .... ...Jackonvil----... He )
pm ,............. ...... atka ..... rrve a
400s amn...Astor.... .... ..t. .......... .... Leave 8 ..
...........er sford (f ell nd) .......
Arrive w Sant o r .....

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Ai r Line Railway.



Commecnriug Fethsary 16th, Eund.
uiu % Apl ,0th. I
Free Chair Cars, Union
Depots Fast Trains.
l~I-r raaiivul erpr-i~tho. Iutmiiliel4 rites
For N1t k4* in.hm e se
i l *w_ "#2 v, Pas l Agt-.
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Giv Opinio n o^ the Xc-
Creety Roda DistritBl.

|Ohirogi is Suggeste(f in the Titioe tr
Sllpiding Court in Alacih A County,
Which Will Afford More, Conve,.nc*
tothe Agricultural Glass;.. $,..
,Eon, Robt. E. Davis -reiuined frti'y
nt' ilght from Tallahassee, where, he ehas
been for the past week on business be-
fore-the supreme court.
The reporter yesterday called upon
O-). Davis for the purpose of learning
what new legislation had taken place
;t tilte.State Capital affecting Alalhua
o O'OunJty. Ool. Davis said that only two
matters had been before the Legislao.
i', ::ture so far of much interest to our
people. One was the organization of a
-new circuit whioh will give relief to
'the courts of Alachua county. That
was the measure organilging the Eighth
J 'udicial circuit, of which this county ,s
a part. "Following that,'' said he, "is
a ;bill to fix the term. of the court in
this county. I suggested the fact that
the former terms of our court, which
were held in May and December, were
not acceptable to the agricultural tin-
7 terests of our county, as it took the
people from their homes at an inopipor-
tune time. Our Senators and IRepre-
Sse.'tatives are hoping to secure a time
more faoPrable to the farmer and I
K 'think thiy will be able to succeed.
;' "What 16gislation is likely to be had
u~Un the atbjedt of good roads?"
^ There are numerous,bills upon thr.t
Ailb t, containing various theories,
Siand systems; but the one which seems
iQ meet he approval of many ienei-
.ers is that introduced by Senator
iMo oreary. This measure provides for
',;the organization of road districts simi-
', I.r to sub-school districts. IJUnder the'
S'present system each section of the.
county iB anxious to be the first bene.
: eioarIes of any road iglprovementg and
Athe construction of a road in any one
part of the county is frequently the
Sause for complaint in all other see-
Sions, because they are receiving no
Itnmediate benefits. This bill will
1 permit each locality to assist in the
construction of its own roads by their
local taxation, the proceeds of which
,will be spent in that community.
i Each district thereby secures immet
diate benefits, and local jealousies are
eliminated. Tn addition it-,will likely
inspire a spirt of rivalry among the
various sub-dist.ricts, and the competi-
tion engendered will result in greater
enthusiasm and more harmonious ef-
fort among all the, people to inaugur-
ate and carry out what is now a press-
ing demand, and will be of lasting
benefit not only to our coibuty, but to
all the State."
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven days the blood, muscles
and bones of a man of average size
lose two pounds of workout tissue.
This waste cannot be replenished and
Sthe health and strength kept up with*
.out -'perfeot digestion. When the
stoz ach and digestive organs fall to:
eefarm their functions, the strength
owle down, health gives way, and is.-
eaae lets up. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
enables the stomach and ailgestive or-
Sgans to digest and asamilatt all of the,
: wholesome food that may .be eatn
Sinto the kind of blood that rebuilds the
Stisues and protects the hedth and
s strength of the mind and body. Ko-
del cures indigestion, dyspepeis. .nd
Small stomach troubles. It is an ideal
Spring tonic, Sold by Bodiford & Mo-
1.1,' mnu. _____ __
' Vote or, Bnd issue. .
G: Oreenvllh', Ala., May 9.-At a meet,
Ilg of the court of county commission.
".,ers an election was ordered on the
i.~tse of $36t0o p orthi of bonds fort
K the purpose of paying (or the *rectlon

.ofthe new co-nurt house nw .tinder_ w_,
|| otectiuwwllbiiniwd on Jun.e 1t.
One-twelfth of the number of bonds
are to be retired each year,. The vSi
:' .lisaloners believe that the sumI
i0.OO4 can be used in the retirement -of
the bonds without the. levy of ay spe.
.,Olal. tax on the property of -the

Cures When Doctors FaIl
Mrs. Frank Oahisson, Patteroi*L.La-,
Rlrites June bath, 1901: ."I :ha malarta
,-ir r ix very bad form, .wa undmr
|t g.eint by doctorsn, but ai swoon; as *i
I coao^ taking their medieino tbe fwer
m Ii baip4 me;-. t~e~
,,m, ., Sil.< wh Wh, emxi!4Ptll)


, I The
Cigar You
Never Tire of.
The cigar that
never varies in
price, quality
or aroma.
Sold here, there and

Dispute Between Government and Em.
ployes In Victoria,
Melbourne, Victcrlia, May 9.--All the
state railroads of Victoria may be tied
tup tonight because of a dispute be,
tween the government and the rail.
road employes regarding the right of
the latter to affiliate thenulvoes with
the Victoria Trades hall, the hetalquare-
ters t.f Lthe trades unions In this cdt-
The' employes are practically clvil
servants and the government claiman
that In, case of a strike other trades
affiliated with the trades halls woutl4
be forced to strike In rrtwpathy, and
therefore, the government' has. A.ti.
fled the railroad men that unless they
withdraw trom the trades hall before
MAy 12 they will be dismissed. The
lnglneers' association replied that Z.-
less the government withdraw, Its no-
tiAflotion before 6 o'clock this evening
they will strike at midnight andu ave
the locomotives wherever they- hap*
pen to be. The government has guar,
antedd double wages for two month to
non-strikers and has notified the' men
that they will lose their positions 1I
they strike.
About 11,000 railroad man are In-
volved In the dispute.
From a Cat Scratch
On the arm, to the worst Port of aF
burn, sore or boil, DeVWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve is a quiek cure. In buying
Witch Hazel Salve, be particular -to
get DeWitt's-this is the salve tIat
heals without leaving a scar, AIir. e-
eiflc for blind, bleeding, itching, uid
protruding piles. Sold by Bodlford A
Firot Private Execution In History of.
L. Z souls May -Ienry Wiln
6ad Sampson GOray, negro, .etra
ap4 t~ atle jail yard today to rtt .
et', .;-Tls Is the first ouble
1t t ldie MIaxWell, who murde Ar.
tlu LMr iitr in the utbhi Bhotel, and
ui.,s : tird rt' were *( cited Anu.
It. w*14aa! 'the r.'et private xeco
tieo I othe ilhtory of St. Loul,* only
the ocflcs and sid ewspa'per hM- being

Remembeted Pet In Ner WIIl,
Kew York,. May 5.-Her pet cat t
4nd4 dglga w e inot forgotten whien
Charlotte M. Hoyt made her will. Otie
died lna tihrf. O Jannu Tahe
-will has beian lAleila Ithe aurt oate's
offers here. "I wantt a saimpi1. fn,,<
SeiMal," It gints, "Hiut a respectable
buttial tIn: Qr*enwotd center, .ia c.s'
I rhoutld". die wittot rhepIrBit g, and
If It souldd re-marry. ItnsubVp place
,a my husband shalt-at eet. e .
Sl -taeri .r lidi1- ho ,jJr# to
ber th tt too .Y a maiolbn 5 '5r
as he ivet. ead to W ilte 0ote.y for'
Aethe P'.ve!Btot of, Ceehy tu AAisMItal
$0 6a month for the' earci .ant..tA* i
tnae of cats ai*4d do4gI that tiOeki$;i
to ter. Thi re, dae# of the es*t gg
lett to J. F. BOtET, Qf T4Z 0,
"DeCrtenet* WRtI iaestigati,
Webtogion, May #,-* J'he pt department today :A nt to )adtsaae
twsvgctat ( ptr, of the nltti fatv 4s
livery s *( at Nais*le. netteg
tsntrvitioas to taTest th sea* o(
4ai* .otas ** **P** tir. O miii

wonas CftMuls the ,w*t ****'^ p
Sa the -... .*;.**;t

of Cigars
in the
The rl.nd is the
Smoker' s ProtleCfien.


0o, Nutatae"o th *Wl. wtrentnt %the Child nd MAt
rs Eruptions *nd oro, Coli, lves and Thrush. Ramo
TKTHINA Countereots *nd Overcomes the Iffot of he
tn ldr nd o only ents iat Drutlst, or
M7OFFRTTA M, 0..3, it ouli. Mo.

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H. nM. c(ITT (0.

Gainesville Xachine Work
C(Ian trn and tiAtralghtl whole t11g1th0 '
of Shaftlng and l%;pn-OuttUin#
up tol to12 h o s.

P. H. WESTOARD, Prop, adit'",

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J XEt reWl man Kol, yas ttk i Vuts ..d ,ll$thsCis
Dliveloplng firmT at V IUQWIA444 )Ht '

iH.,% 4Ittr 4 442t

A ladli lt County

Abstract Co0

B. R. COLSON, Manager,

The que stln orf Title a
Hfrst eoitslderaillon fbr the
I ivietor,..

; Abstract of Title
'To u7 y pliece orf land in
Alaviiis e.uli(y riirnilhed 4
I on iipplcatloii.n

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S A ni 1l iasthl t'oncflern. i
I lng the redeoptltis of ini.
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ai6 tue Post Ofoe at Gafnesvlne, 7a..
fal seoond-clas malmatter.
& R CaiAWY. EatMor and Prop'r.
JESSE E. BURTZ. Cli' Editor
lI" W. MaMt S,-Rr, S TssLrnoll- 4i4
P liL'r Sut, published every morning ex-
*lpt Mondav. delivered by carrier in thIe city.
Mal.-~dL toW any part of tbeUnited states.poa-
al@e tree, for a year: l.Z5 six mndntba: 51.5y
iree months: or, 50 ceael for five weeks--
:triesty in advance.
: .ndlls notaies in local column. 10 oenoU a
hoie tor lmt Insertlon. and S centrWfor each ad-
; 4tloal Insertion.
la t"i or ddisp~ay advertising made known
on appliUesation.
Tbh Twolee-a-Week Sun Is an eight-page,
forty-oolunn paper. published every Mon-
4 daOd Thursday, and contains all the
Dnw off the week, local, state and geun-
orl. Atd wl- be mailed. Ipostaie free, to any
t .Of the United States or Canada, for ,1,00

49 0all drtlaDen bills become due after flrst
iparasno of advertlaement.unless otherwise
.Il41*tedt In ocntrmet. Parties not knowih to
?i W eil be required to pay for advertialng in ad-
S yi "olI, Address, THE DAILY SUN.
-... ... N, .OV. l ..m. FLA.


The forests of Florida are one of the
i tt.e'greatest sources of revenue, a
:iiyenue that is being consumed with
.i.peat rapidity. Speculators from re.
glotn farther north have lately been
byit g Uand cutting large areas of for.
psWAit i Florlda, and the timber supply
i~ itly diminished. .
iIn reply to Inquiries concerning
PiI t1ortda- forests, Mr, George B. SOud-
'rlh',otf the Bureau of Forestry, has
l liled the-following information :
i fvthe wooded areo of the State is es-
t^ i4Me4 at $387700 square miles, or'70
06fcent of the total area, much of
lhlioh is occupied by merchantable
wbeor. Florida forests have not muf-
fd greatly from fire in the past,
lif.. beoeause much of the State ;was
iiaiabibtled and unfit for agriculture
or gralsing. Moreover, numerous
trar&aM .nid swamps intersecting the
I)n ftfrests .greatly lessened wide-
ip ead danger from fire.
Te'ie efteatest increase in the e0t-
iftl-' oftimber in Florida appeared
i90m 1 t) o t1900, when the previous
thor product of the State was dou-

Otalit destruction has beon done to
Ih- pure pine forests by tlie Injuriousn
0t|4iod of "boxing" trees for turpeni-
tilei .'tih killing theolder growth and
.'ll*I0g'fl reto prevent reproduution,.
'^eausie of the Inoreasing d eiands
Upon t Ue State's forests and the .gen-
ral attention which the subject of
oreist protection has received, interest
.hic lately been aroused in Florida for
the' protection of the forests, 111d in
the need of additional forest legisla-
tiotn and enforcoemnoit of exithiig laws.
The most urgent needs are for an ad-
q'ttte fire law."
:. We have received from the Indus-
Strial ttecord Publilhing Oompany of
;JaokeonivlUle a copy of the directory
Sand hand book of the Florida Legisla-
1< ture, sestion-of 1908, for which we re-
1 Sturn thanks. 'The work is one which
i; i destined to prove of much value as a
a"Moter of iiformiatiou, and shows con-
:i "derable enterprise on the part of the
| .;i A physician sals that woirlQnl do liot
11 drink enough clear water. They
shouldd drlik a tuombler full of clear
Water, slowly, ton ring and another at
n t'-nglit..' If this rule li persistd ln i
22, a- after day, tlu< coniplexioni will iii-
prove and il tihe general health like-

w' ri Do not drink during meals., nd
'.only a little after.
Illinois iaiks first among the States
.iit the ianufacturti of agricultural im-
p;'iemntsi, bieyclh,, cArs, glucoSo and
i$4is.l-"ed liquors and lu slalighteritg
l i mieat pi.cklting.
The cost of reimirlirng alnd overhraul-
ax-the basttlehip town, iticriiud'iig tr o
| ai: age caused iby tile 'recevit explo-
Silonui estimirattA l by the navy depart-
senot at 4000,ttL
ogaes...s^ lia. spent I4 inimlloeiuiils
veiis an4d harb(cra iin the past 2 years,
it only:eight'million ni good roads,
*n thil thtig around.

on^inujlow of tiuineral waters
lnti!ittl Stiaa 'h!A bOen lnlicuas,
g ij AiPiSy StU now atarogatea
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With oommendabi0 ,enrpuise, for
thn hiforxpation of the.getotralpablie,
lHons. WsV1ter U. Rbbwinson; si44 Henry
S. OhubI register at n receiifr ,of the
Unit d Siates land omioe thi. ..i. city,
'respectyely, have prepared ,a generalj
report of the acreage of public lands
0i Florida, together, with tihe nature
of the soi. tn.th. Various localities as
tar as can be detersnine d.
This report was compiled after a.
great deal of trouble and' O" *, and.
dan be .relied upon. as a correct doeu-
nien t;.t will be appreciated by those
seekinik Ihe information which it con-
tainst rd is printed below: '
Tlre are. in the State of Florida
over a million acres of- public lands,
distributed throughout the State,
there being only two counties entirely
without such lands. A number of
'counties, however, have very few acres
of it. It is distribu ed, according to a
statement prepared by this office Julj
1, 1902, by counties as follows:
Alachua, 16,649; Baker, 83,08;. Brad-
ford, 1,605; Brevard, 81,521; Calhoun,
68,076;' Citrus, 27,850; Clay, 31,528;
Columbil, 2,862; Dade, 128,550; De-
Soto, 7,4158; Duval, 3,416; Escaimbia,
4,285; ,Frankl;in; Giadsden, 3,472;
Hamilton, 8,582; Hernando, 7,483;
Hillsb* Ugh,. 2,058; Holmes, 1,818;
Jackson, 18,608; Jefferson, 886;
Lafayette, 89,006; Lake, 45,248;
Lee, 41,849; Leon, 1,1690; Levy, 835,682;
Liberty ; Madison, 83,081; Manatee, 14,-
111; Marion, 143, 817; Monroe,
8,858; Nassau, 6,100; Orange, 88,396,
'Oceola, 12,388; Pasco, 8,70k; Polk;
21, 600; Putnam, 15,701; St. Johns, 14,-
760; Santa Ropa, 115,166; Sumter,
1,440; Suwannee, 2,458; Taylor, 63,6888;
Volusia,81i,886; Waukulla, 600; Wal-
ton, 166,184; Washington, 141,607.
We can ,give no information gen-
erally, as tb the character or value of
any particular trtct. Part of the lands
are worthless, or of very little value,
so it behooves a prospective settler to
exercise care and Judgment ih select-
ing a holnestead, For the most part
the desirable lands are more or less re-
mote from railroads and populous set-
tlemon t's.
The western and northern parts of
thie State are a4d-pted to general farm-
ing, liveo stock anid stnall fruits more
hardy than citrus varieties; the celn-
tral portion is suited to general farm-
ing, trucking hero transportation fa-
cilities permit, citrus fruits anid live
stok ; tile southern portion to trtck.
ing, pubjoect to tihnt semio limnitationis is
to transportation, citrus and other
sotni-tropical fruits, and llve stock, the
islands and Dade county being, gen-
orally, adapted only to truck farming
tiiad fruits.
O)iu of tie now fadts is uicu1's socks
for women. Thore is a rumor preva-
lenit that. some wives wear the trousers,
but no onie imagined that thie socks
wo id lit e appropriated. I fr tlhe wotmiln,
contimme the invasion of the wardrobe
of thoenieji thtre will be mighty few,
articles of wearing apparel that a n n
ean call hiis own. Hi1 hat, shirt, vest,
collar, tie and socks are gone. He has
remaining his chewing tobtAcco and
suspenders-not inmuch of a layout for a
cold day.
An Amnerlean girl, Miss Maud Fealy
of Denver, Cole., won 1,000tX francs in
thie beauty contest of all nations. The
jury almost decided to choose upon
another American beauty, Mrs. Lee
Jordari of Augusta, (Ia., a relative of
tlie Lee fnimiliy of Virginii. Many
Very beautiful woiimn of all nations
were in the contest. -
The largeLM governnimnt lirmin is in
ElaIS county, Kiinesr. It consiists of
7tre ru erit, 4,(XX of which coinprl
the nww etxperimnclt Ktation.

Th'i oro a of liltI ought to bu worth
three billion dollirr! Whnit a gigalitic
iruist tht fruiers would rniako, if or-
Slatt of Ohio, City of Toh'led, ,
Frari L. Ohen ey makes oath tt his
is senior partner of the tirm orf I J.
Chlriiey & Co., doing business in thi
City -of Toledo, Oiunty and State afre -
said, and that sAid firm will pay.y One
lhurndrcud tIollart for each iand eery
case t of Catarrh that canot iT e url
by ties use of MalPs1 Catarrh u re,.
$worur to before :Oe anid tiubatrihled
in my present, t. thi liftlh -day l f Dl)e-
tleMrar. A, 1. 18.
A (--'i-- U w.O,
-I-. Notary Public.
I i Hall' Oatarrh iurm li keit' ilitlrn-
ally, aud ait4 dilU t ou the blood aid
mucou aumrmoe o sh yster, 8eil
:fOr lL.. inrlals5 flM f. */ : '." r f 't ..
.3* V' 4 1A8 < ,
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It is common inherited.
Few are entirely tree from It,
rie, weak, puny children are
afllkltd with It In nine cases out of
ten, mid many adults suffer from it.
(Cuinon iudlcatiotis are bunches in
the neck, abscoeses, cutaneous erup-
tionsr, inllamed eyelids, sore ears,
ric'kts, catarrh, wasting, anr4 general
dle ility.
Ho ood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
Eradicate it, posltirely and absolute-
ly, This statementt is based on the
thourandsm of permanent cures these
medicine, have wrought.
My daughter had scrofala, with ele0e6
Moros oen her nock and about her ears. Hood's
8traimparilla was highly recommended and
She took It and was cured. She is now in
good health." Mae. ,1. H. Joisa, Parker
City, Inl.
Hood's Seareaarilla plroralsee to
cure ard keep tt. promise. *


The most healing salve in the world.
The olter Sii talik To it."
,Oe, L. l Heard, of Mth 1,w.r, oa.. WritMi
Sins.. brbe oua, myt boTovmril hil
0 f6% U"'s hono nt *I
l n u ot ~t n d at
o za Weuew a ,

war* g ood4 thaa~ ti d ba thr th."
UARAUNTRED Prb2 S a eatm
Sold by IV iy lteNl's irt ,


NORMAL, INSTITUTim will open on
Monday. June fqr the fourth suim-
meir t Full normal and 0ommeriiail work ear-
ri-ed. For Mpartioalars addrt. J. 1i,
BRINMSN. ta nelhlety Fla.

E. T. ALLEN, Iu D., Ph. D,
Oat UST iAi AU1 ST.

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No.99 o.T No.98 No. 78
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"Atantii rt ep s one ay 'n .L

setter' ~tI from Ohio and Misa's. ,
s^ippi se ka.teways..-Cinm natl, 0.,n
Louisville, E1., Evansvalle, Ind.. P-......
ducah, K iOairo, Ill., St. Louis, MI /-it
and points beyond; also in baing ra t; it ellsth
Trom Memphis, Tenn. (tickets not: to 0 .ht iliaitnw ia urt. table
be sold f .Memphis proper), for r1io, Atln red- r dshin is fatal tb
6rotir of tecfto15 C4.Aredstrough skin is fatal to
points o .nd io rth of th iie' of the b"at blacbkhe btches and pimp s
Frisco system (Memphis t Kanoas a on tp the complexion, aid no wo*ler such t'
City), to the following polats in Floir- alperate eforis are made to hide these blemishes, and I
ida, Georgia, North and South Oar- n*dt" ,or, the defects, and some never stop to consider
olina and Alabama located on this t e ini skin foods face lotions, sopps, salves /
system, or to; which the company forms i owera, but apply them vigorously and often with-
art os n-h riz tict *r eoute, regard to conseqences, and many complexions
aprt ofan horized ticketing route, ied bythe c als and poisons contained in tyese cosmetics.
at following rates under conditions Skin diseases are due to internal causes, to humors and poisons in the
named: ilood, dnd to attempt a cure by exter- Carter- le, Ga., i1
Rate-One-half of the standard one- ial treatment is an endless, hopeless I saered for a number .o
way fare, plus $2.00. ta;k. Some simple wash or ointment .with a severe" Nttle-ral4.h
Dates of shle--March 8,and 17, !90;, I oft- beneficial. when, the skin is a, rs elveanr asl -
April 7 and 21, 1903; May 5 and 19, much inflamed or itches, but you can't bottles. Ifelt myself Fured an..11545.
April 7n and1, 9W; -May 5e ans or e ince taken a bottle oocasoni lyVi
1903; June 2 and 16, 1903; July 7 and dependupon local remedies for per a- hadiha little or no troublealonir.
oi ,, A..., .. ~1~ ~.a eht relief, for the bloed IaS continually that line. My general health" a".
21, 1903; August 4 anti '18, 1903; Sep- rowir off i mpurities which irritate baen better oince. _I room U'"
tember 1 and 15, 19038; October 6 and S.d clog he alanda and pores of i oud to Yob rsl' d tmiruly. -
20, 1903; November 3 and 17,-.903. te skind,ad asion a the lood re- rM .-. PIT' D.3
Limit-Continuous passage. mains unhealthy, just as long will the
Conditions-Contract and each cou- eruptions last. To effectually and per- ome two. ~Y r ago I 9 "suSt e.v 4-':,
p4n of tickets to be faced "second- ieatly greskin atroucbles the blood SaitiS .o oni
class, not good in parlor or sleeping ,ift be pu itf ed and the system out ovtermin an ;t,
ars." g c4ansed and built up, and soleein a rea ., ,s .
10 .'. S.., the well known blood purified per s ,md .bh i heard 'ao,4 t
Here are some of the staple crops of -At tonic wl aknown l od urior t eod4 w so xl tAn thhe ar a
S ton:ic, fitacknowledged superior to oonoiuaed to Xt1ve iL
the different sections of this territory.: a ^f .er .ediedp After using thea oedte o
All vegetables and small fruits. i the only guaranteed strictly vegeta- eni ai ira c l otts, i wa
peaches, peari, grapes, figs, oranges, Se blood remedy. It never deranges at' ZtWR! 3. LS.G,
pineapples,. grapefruit, watermelons, System or. impairs the digestion 1020 et duoab, Ky.
citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn, lFie Potask and Arsenic and drugs of this character, but aids in the digestioUi,
oats and oiher grains, tobacco, cotton, 4 assimilation of food and improvesthe appetite. Being a blood purifier,
peanuts, hay, rice. and tonic combined, the humors a poi '
The policy of .the AtlantliOoast Line sons are counteracted and the bloo4.mad.
is to foster all developments along its general he ,th andaystemis rapid iet I
line. l t) h up and good health is established, a4d'
It claims that ts the greatest this, aiter all, is the secret of a smooth,,.
trucking road in America, and it pro soft skin and beautiful complexion.,
vides every fa1ilty for getting farm, If ytohave any skin trouble send for our free book, "The Skin and Itf
garden and orchard products to the a~BsU.t" 1% cuMage for medical advice. Write us about your case,
northern markets in the best possible :A
condition, in shortest time, and at low- C SWIFT 8P I CG9. Af7/ANT7, G+i
est rates. '
In no part of the country is there a .... ,
greater abundance of game and fish
than on this line.'
Northern farmers are invited to E o a 1
write for information in detail abouf -l CC I ..ast L y .
the territory of the Atlantic Coast L- n _V t
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U..IT T-T At^lll i In



LE, FLORIDA, MAY 10 1908

*R" It pr
I ot Flori
o occupy

LEGISLATURE, I House bill To. 876, to amend scoi+
-- 4.of dbps 4070eof thei4atvs of
ri ere,-esti Mn:s i i th a i g anac to pro-
ithir Branch. ,.,.. ,v iv io' oof countiess into
t, 'the Fouib a schooldfitiots And'the election bien-
fe, 1111b in the Se, .iil %h hol trustees, and to
iterest to telegraph 4i4I +eii"r duties tnd powers, and
roposes to amend e B oev gIr ey ing aid disbursing
iapter 6, article 4, o dif trici school taxes ; referred to the
da, entitled an act committee on education.
for telegraph corn- GREATLY ALARMED
roads," to read as R T L RME
S'Bu a Persistent Couih hut Perma-

on 22506. To Oc.upy oads-
El)raph company chartered by
oit'toother State, or any individual
tin, or desiring to operate a
lh. line or lines in this State,
Select posQs, wires and other fix-
tefor. telegraph purposes on or be-
SLay public road 0oi highway, so,
ever, thit the same shall not be
osas to obstruct, or. to interfere
6 he common uses of said road or
e change in the law, proposes to
Slde at individual or individuals.
llnator Blount introduced a substi-
ite for the bifl to define the grades of
strTiction which shall be taught in
be uniform public schools of the State,
rhlih w radvancedpto the third read-
S"g. The substinte eliminates the
i10 high, lohoil inspector feature,
hihi0 opposed by hebounty school
. tenatot Wilson of the Fourth intro-
l a billl to repeal chapter 4851,
O( Florida, relating to the incor-
ton of the Farmers' Mutual In-
te: *, iiatqn.
der co'nlderation of bills upon
V thbrd reading, the Senate passed,.
lpite of 28 to 2, the. high school
I providing grades of instruction
0,e' tihe uniform system.
Senator Harris secured the passage
i bill to authorize ,the closing of
rtaiin streets and alleys in the city of
Or West. Immediate action was
xesiary, in orderto permit the navy
apartment to make certain improve-
n ts.
oenaator MacWilliams' bill to ex-
(14 the time for, two years for com-I
leting the canal of the Florida Coast#
f4e Canal and Transportation Com-
I qy, and to preserve and ebntinue
t grants of lands to. aid in its con-
iiction, wag considered. Senator
%qlWilliams made a comprehensive
ttement of the work of the canal.
Oapany. His remarks were substati-
ited by Senator Dimick of Dade
atylty. The bill was passed by a
of 17 to 4.
oAmong bills which failed to pass on
etir third reading were the following:
Senate bill for the regulation of the
Alie of stocks of goods in bulk, and
iyecrlbing a'pelalty for certain viola-
i44 thereof
'f01lre.bill to amend section 2 of
ipter 4740 of the Laws of Florida,
" samI e being an act entitled an act
qimend sectiinns 881 and 182 of the
itied statutes of Florida, relating to
intists, approved June 3, 1899.
fouise memorIal to Congress relating
- thie issuance of United States .i-
ense for the salewof alcoholic liquors
")it otInties and distrles where the
ps*e is prohibited by.State law.
In the House. s
he house spent one-half of the
k$rvnoon session In discussion of Mr.
'atson's game bill. This measure has
in printed, a$d its provisions are
thlilar to the present law, except that
t provides that no deer shall be killed
IhOetober, and that no' quail shall be
Old outside of the coutity in which
1*. may be killed. The bill was
elitnded and ordered engrossed for its
.tr reading. ..
:lRnliator Orews' bills, to prescrilbe
( cOmpenMation to be paid jurors
d witnesses on behalf of the State
#1icoirt of county Jiudges and justices
|Ite peace and jurors in coroners'
w s W -pas sd. This bill in,
e .the per diem from 60 cent t6
ilneasure all the session, and feels
he hai wona-vietory for the poor
who ate oiompeled to travel
iftnces at a great los, to them.-
in serg f their counties.
ii*tite bill to. except newepa-
tom the operation of the Sunday
tr t B 8tate,t which seeks to r
!the sklatlftle in Pensacola, was

suaner of bils were considered
tir soenpd leading. -
other bUis introduced in the

I to Mr. prlw, "*efor-
..- $ t .s., a P a'
ii|i.e. of lMeasb(lB* **

nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
Mr. 11. P. Burbage, a student at law
in Greenville, S. Q., had been troubled
for four or five years with a continu-
ous cough which he says, "greatly
alarmed me, causing me to fear that I
was in the first stage of consumption."
Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy advertised, con-
eluded to try it. Now read what he
says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
change and after using two bottles of
the twenty-five cent size was perma-
nently cured." Sold by all druggists
and nmedicinecompanies.
Oil Tank Steamer S. V. Lukenbach
Long Overdue.
New York, May 9.-Edwa.:i PV. Lu,
henbach, one of the owners of the oil
tank steamer S. V. Lukeonbach. which
la missing, said today he bal given up
hope of the sterner ever being heard
The S. V. Lukenbach left S blne
Pass, Tex., March 22, for Philadelphloi
with a cargo of 1,100,000 gallons of oil;.
Her captain was George T. Thompoon
of Brooklyn, and there was a crew of
22 men. She was due at Philadel.'
phia about April 23. Mr. Lukienbach
said he believed she had struck a der&
lict or some unknown sunken vessel.
There was a possibility, however, that
she becathe disabled and drifted south.
ward out of the course of passing yes.
World Wide Reputation.
White'a Cream Vermnifuge has
achieved *< world wide reputation as
being the best of all worm destroyers,
and for its tonic influence on weak and
unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the
acidity or sourness of the stomach, im-
proves their digestion, and assimila-
tion of food, strengthens their nervous
system and restores them to the
health, vigor and elasticity of spirit.
natural to childhood. 26c atJohnoon

Will stop your rerAt buy
you a home. For inforatotiob
call on

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of r JAMES P. BALLARD, St. LLoWsi.
Fraby Johnson BrO. -inesville
For ale byJohni son Bras., Gainestville

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Men We Want to..Talk To.
W believe that if erc' Uno, in l ( Gaiif /rile '. a i ( t/hi,( xp/<'r.-,
if everytt al/ IW( it Gal i rnil" ,Am / t I fst oitirt c facts i'n the (' rf that
every 'man) in Gainieir/c t, t1dS ottme sraigiht to mfor all his cl/iinll/.
Each week we towitl ojb/i ha l itt/' arfrument on f/thii .,tSf/rft,( 7'his
week's argument is ditrfch (


Buying the best is the essence
,of trae economy. Good clothing
is cheaper than poor clothing--no
matter what the respective prices
mniy be.

1 W Hsefl the best clothing that
cttn be tmadir(oce note below'), (tli.
the.; jpies are not h/ihi-an excel-
fenit ritf for either l bjiniss or
dress 'tear can be boaght for the
nlodt.lt i (t qf $12. otloatir aill/f two suit th'fat ordi-
narsy ~fttr selll f( Ibost the srme
om -- tand it ti11 retthin its
fte/rninet 'li'/ he ( .v ir a ,onr off
whtnklem sawidA nimw.

: 8li.-a-When a d na bi 1
) us he 4gett the "Best C(
W orld. m-de .by th ta
SBro & Oo.. o-Boalti t
Sgari ents bittr this ilt li :

yl a stit from

il)AOtl h ei oss
rel All their

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0100A. 010 R44 .M. l ... 7 O .
And dressed and chatted A uhed Upto Toach ad ended Iny
,, w our ,char.mlng& hostbr'd .her, h4 ", which she accepted, and I aid:
I NVENTII I frietae ^and 1ook604 *at $e tableau, "Mrs. Teach, t wish to thank you for,/.
S listenedto theo.nging anO applauded your very generous remarks a.few
: -- ,-- the music just al thought-e had" never momentt.ago." One of our other dele-
We arrived in the lovely litto city been arrested; andwht? the appointed gates followed my example. Regulates the Liver, Stomach, B0'3wel an dB .
SMadison Tuesday afternoon at 1 hour came we were hi the prisoners' If you ever saw lobbying by excited
0oki having had a very comfortable box before that atgust body, the Ex- aspirants it was carried on during that Frr biliousnesseconstipation and malaria.
Sai vil, ichpoint we ete Ommttee of thi Florida Di- intermission. A motion was made to For indlgeston, ,iek and nervous headache. a nervous prot: r.,t.i ,
oo ofwll whi pt o te tited Dughtr of the amend the by-laws, thereby granting sleeplessnes, nervousness heart failure, an rvous rti .
left at 7.:50 a m.. W e met the .Tack- vsion or the United Daughters of the amendthe by-law, thereby granting For fever, chills, debiliry and kidney diseases take Leon io xir. ,
Snvile delegation at Baldwin and had Confederacy, hn convention assem- two heaters to one town, and the re- Ladies, for natural and thorough organic regulation, take Lemon Eli .
tbhe god fortune' to procure seats in bled-with three pro temts, one to take suit of which old and middle aged 50 cents and l.00 a bottles at druggists. '
the same Pollma.n with then. The the place of the president of Kirby ladies fairly skipped across the hall,. Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlata, G.
4 delegates representing different chap- Smith Chapter, who is the recording and Mrs. Lee almost fainted and had ;:
ters of the -L00 D. in the.State visited seeretary of the State division, nd of to be si ted from the room. Kirby GRATITUDE.
on the car.ad chatted arid laughed course she ta st not sit opon her own Smith, innocent of it all, listened and Dr. H. Moley-Dear Sir: Since using your Lemon Elixir have never had
together, recognizing friends of other case. That awful document was read was amazed. Order was restored and another attack of those fearful pick headaches, and thank God that I ha. 'at.|n
1, conventions as they came in at points again, upon which the chairman of our the other officers elected in turn- by a last found a medicine that will cure thos6 awful spells.
represented along the route. We had delegation rose an I said: "Madam rising vote. When that was all over Parkersburg, W. Va. MRS ETTA W. JWNO ,.
a m tenJoyabl trip and were alinAt President, we, the delegates of Kirby Mrs. Tench arose and asked the privi-___ __ _____
A, *rpriscd wlhein "Mindison k tine next. Smith Chapter, have come to the con- lege of the floor for Mrs. J. D String-
tp!" was called otit by the con- mention to attend to State business; fellow of Gainiesville, whereupon it was che r .h
4t"" tor. o r credentials are properly signed ; granted to her and all visiting daugh- O cure On pa
The hustle and bhuit N of the co Imrit- we have no time to discuss o'our ndi- ters. Mrs. Stringfellow came forward by agtag
; :tee on receiving delegates reminded vidualaftairs, apd we have decided to and asked, in the name of a number of bowels, but regular action cannot be secured Uatit[ thelIteWr
us of the convention in Gainesville ignore this paper." The president ladi_-fGainesvile,fora-charter-fo wr ret-er naital k fu theiintess.
I tw yeiara ago..... Mrs. Daniel T. Smith sad- "'Werm-ot igfiire a Igalidoco- a new chapter. She made an earnest uwreag4ia c Unacathaei .I . opes
... .. ural agltaticnmcaused by cathartics, compels
was there to see that all the delegates ment signed by this number of wo- appeal for the concession. Mrs. G. K. continual ard increasing doses to
were comfortably locnted 'in the homes 1tiei." Then Mrs. Stringfellow ex- Broome was called for, and she came atta. the results.
'; of Madious, and having disposed of all, plained that she Was "green in the forward and told in a most touching
we had the honor and good fortune of work" and asked that Mrs. Tench be manner how her husband and ancestors
accompanying her to her handsome allowed to speak for the appellants. had fought and how anxious acts o the
..home, where we were royally enter- We had hoped that we would be ex- these ladies in Gai'nesville were to liver cures lChill.
S taincd as her guests during tih session cused from being a party to the act of work to perpetuate their memory and Fever, a every formof
of the convention. thrusting all of the disgraceful talk and to work for the old veterans who Malarial, Billous, R ntltlrg ahd Inter-
Tho first social function was a recep- that ihas in rested the air of Gainesville are fast passing away. It was really a mitting Fevers, and, by gingtothe se of the
tL ionn tendered the delegatee and visit- for the past four months upon stran- very pathetic appeal to be allowed to trouble, vorks permanent cure. '. ,
=i|% lng daughters by Mrs. ]Mosoly at 4 gers, whoge guests we wereA-but we do this noble work, which was so near FIFTY CENT. P 9OL' i
o'clock Tuesday afternoon. When we hoped in vain, for Mrs. Tench had their'h* rts, but which they could not
arrived at this delightful home there taken her stand-and there she was do ond'r the existing circumstances. F Sal b Tohnon Bros F.,o. G"1 ai
..A'^. was a bovy ef young married ladies to going to stand-so, people of Gains- T'his was too much. for. the tender Jo n r os.. l
.": O". receive uin and introduce us to the viule, frOem that hour until 2 o'clock in heart of Martha'Reed. She made a .mo- _______________
otherr guests, aidimmediatoly we were the mornnt your fair wives and tion that:4the by-laws be amended so
I^ ^ iTOpressed with the charming hospital- dauighters tried to prove-thatthey had that a second charter be granted if
t. et Madison aid the .easy manner departed from Mrs. Shaddock's Man- tw6nty-five charter nrbmbers be pro-
with which we were, entertained and nial oni Parliamentary ruling. (I have outed, in a town in which another
ad4e to feel at bome. However, be- never seen one of those wonderful chapter is already established.
fore I had had a opportunity of meet ook ) Iasked the State president if This motion was carried by a vote of W h1 les e iuor Dea s '
Ig dozen people I was notified thra ohe thought that s lot of innocent; wo- 24 tol 0. -eL e .
the KirbySmith delegate of Gaines. men were qualified to defend them- I rose very timidly (for Olustee was
'.^ v.lle were. summoned by the State selves against a lawyer's documount, in the president's right hand) and '
prealdentMrs. R. C. Cooley, to come aird she said: "Why, this paper is asked if, I might speak for Kirby
before the State Axecutive board at very simple." We were thinking of Smith, I tried to be in order and I Bottlers of Wmin. J. Lemp Brewing Company's St. Lot~t
the residence of Mrs. Paramore (tie telegraphing to Mr. taile, but if it am sure that I sa id "Madam Presi-
s econd Vi-.prbs'dent at that time) was "sq simple," why Mr. Haile would dent and Ladles of the Convention. Beer. Key Trade Our Specialty. Price
immediatelyly. I was urged so tohasten not feat comprn mented, so we tried to this request coming from .n members of
thlt I had tO Insist upon being allowed keep ip our endt of the line and if we Kirby Smith Chapter, Is quite a reflee- on application.
the privllb o of- bidding my hostess did not convince the appellants that tion upon the established organization, ___ __':__
S die. If the ballot box was stuffed, it was and I aiould like to say that Kirby .
SWhen we came into the presence of stuffed hi their favor-we can prove it. Smith hsb done nothing of which she
this august body, which was represent- After hearilig a great deal said and is ashamed and never shall. Her only 1246 to 1258 W. Adams st., Ja eksonl l
4" aed by three pro toem, we were met by red, arid saying some and reading guilt is Iaving departed somewhat .
Mrs.'J. W. Taceh, Mrs. J. D. String- some ourselves, we wore discharged from Piqar Pentary laws, and we in-
:. f(Allow, Mrs. C. A. Colelough, Mrs. for the night to hold ourselves in vite these'iides of Gainesville here inn ET8'A.EBTZ[l '33 9.
N. Ut"Harper, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Dr., Kelley rdadhness for further testimony or the the lonv0nestou to joihi ne in the work
SMrs. G. K. Broomne and Miss allie verdict. of the ai y established organization
S Broomne of Gainesville. I think that T'ihe eighth annual convention in' Gaisttvill." I.. ai
wais all of the number present. I was called to order the next This iotitn iIs all right if a city is OTTT
thought "Well, we are going to have a morning with our charming and moaft large and the population scattered, COTTON DE PAR TM E .
Galnesville reception!" The presi- graceful president, Mrs. I.O. Coolj, but where, it is divided in anger.. or
den, Mrs. R. Cooley, i.nlme.diately a descendant of George thp I inh the personal prejudice against others it is. A INESVILLE FLORIDA
produced from a satchel oohita.iing chair. The usual proceedings were be- bad. What will our proud old veter-
A jiany paperaa formnidabiet looking Ie- gin and all the credentials accepted, an 4o on ur Southern holiday, the rIGEff T i CE PAID FO SEA ISLA ND COTTO
i gal document, typewritteni anid signed and the regular order ol business 26th of Aptil, Memorial Day, the ad z hi 8Je o Lna l Q uat -tAe.D "OSE I
by the abovv namted ladies and others called for and reported as of June anuton Lee's birthday? Who In 8 orLint, Large or Small Quantities
o f Galnosvilkl, charging Kirby Smith 'Mrs. Shaddock" rules. When will beftow. the crosses? Who will Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offer l
Chapter, Gaimnsville, Fla., with fraud the StateI E.teutive Committee wa have the AroltoTium? The two ehip made by letter or wire. orres -
a t tho lato election. coninnenoing allied, they asked for further time, terms will be ghting over the old ve- t or w OD
S "'firstiy," "secondly," "thirdly," etc., and It was moved by Mrs. Tench, who erana Uke tha. picture on the wall of ence solicited.
^**,. "admitting menimbers with credentials was proxy for Bartow, that it be grant- Campo Santi at Plea, "The Triumph of .. ..,,
A.; : not properly signed." "transaoting ed. The motion wae carried, and the Death," by Lorensetti. '.
i^ : buesines on regular oleotion ddays," prIsoners were kept in suspense until The charter was granted to Mrs. .. .
.... and oh, horrors I think of it charging the last day of the convention. Every. Stringfellow, who promised twenty.five V IN S i T I Ti
| ladies with stuffing the ballot box I!I thing had been disposed of but: that or fifty chalterAmember.i
,,| In the nmeanthne, while this doeu- report alnd the eleootion of omleers. At This is wlhmn Mrs. Tenebh telegraphed ,
.n ment was being read, Mrs. Tenach anid last the report. I listened with bated the Major. I will say here that when *.......-- I. .. _gg
| Mrs. Stringfoellow produced promis- breath, directly under the .ye of the the new chapterAs established Kirby ut 1 \
|. cuous paper, large envelopes, imeidium president, when in her sweet volee she Snith wlllie50mnd greeting. J' acko I a vi le s Fi nest
A:. alted enveluopt.,smltl envelopes, long announced that the executive commint- This is wht I saw and 1 will make A
A|" Iltpper and short papers, some written too had investigated thie .Kirby Smith tan aftdavitto i wt. llAnd
;t with ink and sonie ii type. These la- trouble thoroughly and decided that M'. J. N. SinoueA. FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND
i, dies had on their glasses and .looked they had no authority to anot. Of course Gainesville Fla., May 9th.
'I reltrlly dangerous with their business the prisoners applaundei very gentlily, A FaWir Straightened Out... 'BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL A
'rways! Then Mrs. Tenoh arose and In a voIce "A-mam living on a farm near here 'Q Qr CL - Own an P on
'IA^ lWheni the paper had bee read all trvnblinthgwith emotion ild: "Mikdam enme in a hshrt ttme ago completely ..... CEU. LE.., .. wner. ind ProprietOrs
A,| )ya w'ro turmiln n upon tho accused-- Preshlreut, a a rupMo~sentatite of one doubled uip with rhenmalnaism. I hand- .. t

t w president and four dl ,Igates from i'de, I wtSi to$*y that we accept thC 0d him a httie of Chaitiberlain's Ph .. .. .' ' .'
-.. ~ Kirby81 Smith .hpter-iho. 11et thie d ion. Mrs. oley answered Balm and' to1d01him to use it freel y f"nd N RHmAa^^m ^L '
gait felarlessly of their worst while with tears tn her ey w; "Mrs.. Tench, if iot' atldted atter ushlig it he need ERA T
friends and sister ie einlbrs of Kirby nobler word were never said b`, tnt it&ay "A.Ttot it." says P. Ray' W
inlith i'.ipter,. "lTwn ai grave charge. woman." Their I arose modestly and der, of att.W MillS. N Y. few 0tetl ers and Jobbers In
.The (illlers of a womtin's organisaion sall: "Before this matter is closed 1 days. late te walke1inio the store as
had departed frton Mra. iShaddoxk's should like to say a word in behalf of straight lttriig and handed me a A i
"Parlianurentary Hotle."--and that legal the acoused"-wwhen our State presI. o mllr i a trit epdal. y .r oi.e
dootniient drawnn illp by a lawy'r--a dent came down with their gavel, made t inthe l Lth-lhnie urtire .
,man--hariing a wonii wilh uelh i- frnia tromt_ onthU..bUattletel--f-l i - Od 401t all bK S'a ln i ta F i4lztir -
,,inurime partrtfroml anTria- ttee, ard said:- "Mri Strobhiar, dI mnt mcdieine otltanie s .W
tutmentary rults tld wolun ever be- id eclare you are entirely out ordet; Vandertit Wllitter Auto Re. SUTH SIDE SQA GAINEVI
fore face inin a gravie charge? The this matter is entirely settled." Of Paris May 9 -W K. Vin4drblit a Highest market price pad for Chieken,. Es and other Pirul
president, of Kirby Sminth asked for course I innifediately returtied to my entered for the Psrt.MWatd4rll*ui stomo
time to pirocUrt, tihoe books o thie chap- seat. I only expv ted to assure the ble rac I rl wibe started Ma A p t Flour ,
terand s certifieftlt whiu.h sle had iln division that Kirby Smith Chapter ha"d R W ad WH Ma T 2 t'! Altonao ad anle o the B 'd at ot o
p t her possession, to help ini tie case of done nothing of Which lhie was &* Ie ,tta. l s tSm&h o anl ftniny, JfegT PRIlE so d art e e isf.aio a l w. ''
the.d.tfeindaintrs, lbeorw the trial was ashamed, and levr would do ought ed tto Ade h tlitortf t, iilie wklo
a. lled, whlh. was granted, andi we rrllect sharne" upon heir gallantt name- wtuill it ss fot th et. t Ma.d th .e
weretion Il'ka alltt ....mo
were-retomindo that tihe dologait of ake,. ut when the lavls from O *l"
llthe chapteri wre invited to a ,i t,, speaks, Kirby $Smith must come to ______... -... . |. -
AlAn" / th.. ueta iet Whilich had beei ar- ,oiler. .' M rs> t 'O t Rst.ect dA. 'N
Sor out oym t, and e ad The nex thing i% oder Wm the i
to "i)tnedateYaftertieeion of fffiers, N 0.oo w telisfte .Mgoley. p bll 4 t
e, at tbamaq place0' Of ,course was nominated anod leted unani- junt b Matyon the o ..'
Srally aultod' W and indig- wously by a lag vote. en. Bust of 6 ( !ieLft itis M Pill. Th 'o e oe A e*ta
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FLORIDA, MAY 10, ..19030'.


SBE OPEN (Sooeor to SellMri Alderman]
..Over Dttokan Co Bak. atnesvill
I ITnO Anti lted for I a ttentlon to Oronnd ri wo ................
.R_ Q m vi. al No. 30! No.3U
otaea DX" O ,, DEsflST. 10 Mp ho 1
E.OTON ISU I -. 12 iM It 4 30
.' ,.... '-- e r tg vel CU Graduate Baltimore College Dent.i Surirery 1 4 al: 43:
4Ny ''ew Buildings Are Being Erect- IP a leTrouite. F a years experieooe in York city. 1 143
s Crown. Bridge work and MrIinx Sieetaltes.
and Street Improvements are Al- Donat become discouraged. There tAo wos AassT --, p ..
cuyre for you. If liecesiry write Dr. Foenier. AL WOlK GUARAWTIO t3
e ha sn Street of Two He aa peIt a lIf Io tLhiu cuLrilig Just sUCIV OBrvIcB IN EIfu. BILOK, GAI1Il.LE, FLA 17 6"6
Sin Order-New Street of TW m RS yours. All cousult.atious Free. _______0_.._ -_____-. t0 l 1',
i4ocks to be Opened Soon. 'A gravel lodged in my bladder. After TR. j. H. PIERSON. 0 1 tol 110
Saga few bottles of Dr. Fenner's Kidney Ji 21 1 \ 't
Jsfle Gainesville as a whole is x1- nd Backache Cure I passed a gravel half it DENTIST 2 01 at S1 \
Ilirie as a Lmarble. The medircne prevented h 1e I n 4 13
nengn a real healthy boom and hes Rurerformnatios. c Iri ac' ot h Se S3 a. 41, _ 31 ,
growing rapidly for the-past year, .T. OAKS. rri ." South Sie S Oo,
6 etion *of the City known as East .ruggists. 50., 1. Ask for Cook hok- Free. New York.
-oTC -Tiyfh SBeCure. CI'rcular D Nos. 3 a8i
stvUille seems to have received the ST.-VITUS'DANCE.UM. R .p 1look-, ter. th1.e Sha 6io s, mi, ,I o-1.
itest benefit. There have bee .. .....--- Nos. 214 i
mn East iGanesvile within the j W, PARTTON, mTHErs JAwerh
I wel ve months many new, and 1VILENGINER A StTRV'EOR No. 80 [
e n., a ly idencean the h R T HE, w0 Vh Gair e u.ANi. SI ~lcar N 1 )o3
1)weeze of prosperity generally seems feal. in real,. aBte. Tborou00v posted 1!
l) have drifted in that direction. wi every section oi lnd iu Ala.4ea oun tl y.
r the past days Surveyor John ir yo haven't a reirular, healthy Covement of th. orresvonndenoe 1 cled.
rth afewboy Surveyor ei try Joa 1' you're ill or wtill be, Keep youl 0
V. Patton has been engaged in laying o. i. .Jia .. DEMPSEY, 011.)
b the proper known as the King es-. st easio r41 "t 1 y of keeping the bowel. FURITDRE 1PAIB. a;.
4tr, located n Alachna evenue be- %VdCANDY Mude New.
l Re' i Roper and Prairie avenues, and OATHA TIO LOOKING GLASSES RISLS I :D. No No.18
ir wheh Philip Miller is the agent. We buy or sell Fnture or n ontrt .9 74p
&.fet street sieye wide will be wt U 0 e st s. Itronaie 01. 1045
ied Irox A&lachuft avenue, to the so0 a c
i a, ^ 04 Fellows' Home, which ALFRD S. TAY^LOR. 25 7:
.aforda great convenience to pat- A1NTIG AND
s iof that resort, who are now corn- PAPER IHANGING 7M6 740
led togo two blocks out of their EAT EGt LIKE CANDY GAINESVILLE, FLOrI'A 30 1
osy in order to reach the Home. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Tas ooei, DoGoo --- -
is at present no outlet from the eo Wlto for fr o mple, i" boo let Agent for DECORATORS' WAILL PAPER 0 i S 1
ie to 6Alachua avenue, and this Ad4dies coa c "co or 6w 70. COMPANY, New York.
Wagbfre will be appreciated. The. EP YOuR O. WAL30R OMUL 4 ,A- 5 1 7 21
Rt wil be granted by the ownerS of S. _-.. . U I .- Dl
aKingestate and the OddFellows' ., .. "W0 ..TAY OR i
6 property, wlich constitutes the MEN AND WOMEN. WALKER & SIAYLOR _4 oT
o .erty effected by the improvement. s di.arla ani I ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W, 11114 a
SpQut, f t rrit&t1ot4 or ucefratlonlei
STELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. y. of Jaeksonville. Florida 1,,! o,-l -
..T AH R T .'la etwa.. Paint4l5, ,nd not1 atrnn.
It is understood that the Transvaal EVA40 CHEMI gent or poisonous.
,0ani has already beep subscribed for IC.or Lnt i s4ent r -0p7r, In lai
e times. 1 o ent In pl I In w.rapper, 10 1146
twenty times. bottle t .. CAFE BELVEDERE, 3..
1:Mwatga; the former klng of Ugan. Clrcuir sen o mul SCHILLR. Proprtor. ......
l:dia. Is :.dead. His death was caused ..-.-. ... -- .- W
d the ruptu of an aneurism. caused 182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla. ......
The council of the Amalgamated E T PU OppoltCPo tonoe. anos uni,
joclety of Enrglneers at Glasgow, has We, the undersigned, hereby agree viaw 'T .lv
votifled the Clyde jtrike:ts that strike to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dinliig placo n eity. Fine to Chaittallo
ny will not be a.irowed them, as the paint who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors and 01iars,. Pull an -ie
C.e lolaredig a 1,111
e ws declared contrary to the in. any paint standing iporn any metal HE WEST END, it. 'rou
vtctions of the council. surface as perfectly and for so long a it4itt'.,,.v h
A.dspatch from Toulon says that time as our FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS No. No.a11
ololowing the receipt of cipher or. GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT. JOHN MUiNZIES. Proprietor. .. .. ..
er s by Admiral Potter, the French We gurantee GRAPHITE ELAS- Dte- ayi w. Bay, ,. Jacksonville t it, l
ftAgship Admiral Pothuu and the ar- TI a s: 3(41N 11
morid cruiser LaTour.Treville, sailed TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, a- Faust beer,bottle and draight. Don't 3
r Salonlica early today. The cruise phaltum or any of the products of fall l onme when in,bJcktonville 1 ii,
Qr Galllee Is ready to proceed to the petroleum, and when applied to any --- ----- .....
rnme port. surface according to our directions to W HEN IN JA-KSON \1II. L
In connection with the arrest ol wear perfectly for a period of five Visit the( )....... 1
: man suppII4ed to be a years, and we agree to furnish, free of RV L A ON AND .R No..
brother of tiheo assassin of Pire charge, all paint necessary to repaint THE ORYSTALSALIN A1KD ROOF N u, 411,
.int McKinley, in los Angeles, CaL, ny tirface whre it has proved de- h qA Eti. iu iim
effort was nade to learn from theij fetive. Signed, The best Liquors In the city. Enter.
ter of the Czolgosz boys of their The National Pant andarnlsh Co., ahi lt every night at Ioof Garden -
ereabouts, but rfseated calls at th Cleveland Ohio, US. A .......
teally home in Cleveland, 0., failed CevanOo.USA.
alctt any response. We take pleasure lB aniloncing that T1tE OLD RJA"IS
King Oscar has conferred Knightft we have secured control for AlaIhlua TIN sH T METAL AND
oo of the Royal Order or Vasa on county forth sale of the celebrated T TAN
ner C. W. Kohsatt In roc. ORAPHITE ELASTI1 (9genlrt ly
misitioner C.W Kohlsaatin known as Uncle Sam paint.) Th
*ntion of his work in connection with paint has the highest endorsements for ASAoT GA1NE
te St. Louis exposition. Accompany. tin and iron roofs and all exposed BAlSIAOTIr GUAKANT.D
Ug the decoration was a letter from metal. --
'rIeign Minlsater LangTrhelm, congrat. T. p. THOMAS H. A 8. C0., a. A Prnnt-r t- e e ssMew-auer
.Ig Mr. Kohlsa on the well d Osanevile, la, (a aeif Woridiu.
sre mark of the king's apprecia. _________n;__ l _. _, _ _____ ______ ___ __h._________
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yeaMrs. Then Bucklen'is Arnica J M.oh U nl from 1J0 top In
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i1. Skin Eruptions and Piles. 2~e. -Bartl ln B*taR ter, alsho I
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What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It in The Sun.
Insure with 'ushman & Hill.
"The Land of Nod" will crowd the
* opera house to overflowing.
, T. R. Oder of Bell was among the
visitors to this city yesterday.
Small payments carn good dividends
In the Standard. See Moyers. to5-16
The new improved Scriven, Nain-
sook and linen drawers. Marcus
Ask your grocer for Owaley 's self-
..- raising flour: Highest grade and
pure. to 5-4
The new Monarch white. negligee
shirt is elegant. $1, $1.50 and $2.
Marcus En(del.
Box office for the. "Land of Nod"
open at Miller & Avera's Monday
morning at 9 o'clock.
A. 8. McLendon and E. J. Smith of
"High 1 Springs were among, the visitors
to this city yesterday.
"The Land of Nod" will be under
the same manageinnt as the "Box of
Monkeys." "Nuff ced."
Flaked rice in 2-pound packages.
Call early, as we only have a few of
them left. O'Donald & Saunders. .

Furnished rooms to rent; privilege
of hot and cold baths. For informa-
tison ajiply to Dick's Barber Shop, tf
Homer Love of Newtown was trans-
acting business in this city yesterday.
He is a successful mill operator of that
Pocket books, card cases and hand
bags, all for the ladies, in leather
goods. Also nice line of bill and pass
books for the gentlemon. Give us a
call. L.O. Smith.
Grand exunrsion to Tampa via A. C.
L.,.on aMonday, the 11th inst. Fare,
round trip, only $2.25, tickets good
until 14th inst., inclusive. 2t
Hilton S. Hampton, formerly of this
city but now a successful young attor-
ney of Tampa, is spending a short time
with relatives here. His friends were
glad to welcome him,
Ping Pong noap-a soap that will
give you satIsfaction, and at the same
tioe, there are two prenilums with
very bar and it sells for only 5 cents.
(,'oDonald & Saunders.
S40 to .,T M. Mason's and got a copy
of my Private Lessons on Druglems
H1-alingand Self Healing. Price, 50
counts per copy. Every family should
have one. A,J. CoNs, tf
Lyon's choelaten and honbons just
received. Undoubtedly the largest und
fltuet tassortin.ntt of candy ever
brought to the city, therefore consult.
Us for your iSweets. O'D)onald & Satin-.
The ladies comprising the delegation
from Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D). C.,
at the Stato convention in Madison, to-
gether with others who attended the
convention from this city, returned to
their homes yesterday.

tra hats,.the ltit stylq,. low.
eat prioess. Markus Zndel
See eyers for coupona contractsin the
(Standard. te.-16
Try thiat corned beef at again's ma.r-
ke. ,Only'ie 1per pound, t,
A. R. Reynolds of Ocala Was in the
city yesterday and made The Sun an
agreeable call.
A. S. larris departed Friday for
Valdosta, where he will spend a short
time with relatives.
Mr. Burnett, Mr. Tyner, Miss Alice
Gray and other of our amateur dra-
matic talent will assist the young peo-
ple in the "Land of Nod."
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets, They are easy to take and
pleasapit in effect. For sale by all
dr,-gists and medicine dealers.
First cheap excursion of the season
over A; C. L* to Tampa and return
Monday, MDy 11. Fare from Gaines-
ville to Tampa and return, only $2 25.
Tickets good until the 14th, inclusive.
Single young men Will find the
coziest furnished rooms at the
Brown .House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms, for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House office.
J. E. DeBose of Dutton, one of The
Sun's valued subscribers, was a visitor
to the city yesterday. He called at
this otlice and renewed his subscrip-
tion. Mr. DeBose is one of the suc-
cessful farmers of the Dutton section.
Insure with Cushmana & Hill.
Miss Nina Rowe, who opened a danc-
ing class in this city a few days ago, is
meeting with remarkable success..
Miss Rowe is very popular among the
young people here. She conducted a
class here two years ago, turning -ut
many graceful devotees of the Terpsi-
choroan art. Miss Rowe's blass this
season numbers about thirty, and con-
venes at the opera house on Tuesday
and Thursday evenings.
Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater,
Minn., after having spent over $2,000
with the, best doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief, was advised by
his druggist. Mr. Alex. Richard, to
try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a
well man today. If troubled with in-
digestion, bad taste in the mouth,
lack of appetite or constipation 'give
these tablets a trial, and you are
certain to be more than pleased with
the result, For sale at 25 cents a box
by all druggists and medicine dealers.
At the -aurches Today.
Services will be observed at the va-
rious churches today asfollows :
First Presbyterian churoJi-Owing to
the,,ontinued illness of the the pastor,
Rev. T. P. Hay, services will be con-
duoted by Rev, Edward P. Crane and
Eldor Chris. Matheson, morning and
evening, respectively.
Kavanaugh Methodist church-Sun-
day school 9:80 a. mn.; Preaching at
l0:30 a. in.; Meeting of Epworth
League at 4. p. m. Evening service
at 7:34) p, m., to which all young peo-
ple are especially invited.
Holy Trinity church-Services at 7
a. m., 10:80a. t. and 7:80p. m.
First Baptist church-Preaching by
Rev. M. A. Oloants at 10:80 a. mn. and
7;B0 p. m. ,
Services at St. Patriek's Catholic
church at the usual hours.
There will be a called meeting of the

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,1t s t %i e- ,rought Help to its
/ 'Wounded. Owner.,"
WMhli" tn, N. J,, May 9.-Attracted
by -g. "murder, "help "come
qulck,' neighBbors of George B. A-A
drewarlf this place ran to.-hls house
to 1fnd out the cause. They kneew
the cries were-made by his parrot,
but thy rhea never heard it scream
so lou,'d before.
A-ndrews lay on the flctr uncon-
Scious, bleeding from a grbat gash In
his neck. Hlie had been repainting
the coiling and had fallen from aatep
ladder, striking a stove. A physl-
cliah took six stitches to close the
wound, and said that in -nly a few
mimuttes Andrews would have, been
This iu not tle first time the parrot
haU looked atEqr the welfare of Its
owner. Some years ago the house
next'door caught fire. The parrot's
screams awakened Andrews in time
to arouse his neighbors before much
damage was done. Andrews is a vet.
eram of the civil war, and some time
Ago0 he-A ipplled for :Uadmission to the
soldiers' home. On being Informed
that he *ould be accepted he wrote
the authorities, asking If -he would
be permitted to bring his parrot. Their
answer being In thenegative, he de-.
cided not to go.
The X-Ra s.
Recent experiments, by practical
tests and examination with the aid of
the X-Rays establish as a fact that
catarrh of the stomach is not a disease
of itself, but that it results from re-
peated attacks of indigestion. "How
Can I Cure My Indigestion?" Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure is curing thousands.
It will cure, you of indigestion and dys-
pepsia, fnd prevent Or cure catarrh of
the stomach. Kodol digests what you
eat-4makes the stomach sweet. Sold
by Bodiford & McOollum.
Circuit Court Will Convene.
. The spring term of the circuit court
of Alachua county will convene Tees-
day of the present week. This session
will at first seem peculiarto othe
Gainesville bar and those who might be
termed court house lobbyists, as the
familiar countenance and pleasant
manner of His Honor Judge Bullock
will be marred by their absence. The
newly appointed judge, Col. J. T.
Wills, will preside, however, and judg-
ing from what is said of him by his
friends, it *ill not require a great
length of time ffr him to get in har-
mony with the bar and the people.
The newly, appointed prosecuting at-
torney, Mion. Benj. Putnam Calhoun
of Palatka 'will also probably be pres-
ent in hisl offotal capacity at this term,
although the trmi of Col. Carter does
not expire before June. Col. Calhoun
needs no introduction to tihe people of
Gainesville, as he has been practicing
in the C9quts of Alaqhua county for
many year He has figured in a num-.
ber of the most important cases ever
brought to trial in this county, and is
recognized a a man of great ability in
a professional way.
Noi aik DDay Since.
"I was taken very sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of whlaoh relieved me, One day I
saw an ad. of your Electric Bitters and
determined totry that. After taking a
few doses J felt relieved, and soon
thereafter wa entirely cured,and have
not seen a itok day since. Neighbors of
mine have been cured of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Iater atd Kidney trouble.
and General Debility." This is what B.
F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C., writes.
Only Sop. at a.l druggists
Terms of Rook laland.'Prlisco Deal,
New York, May 9.-There |s the
very best Authority for stating that
the terms of the Roeek Itand-'F'rlsco
deal are auatantlally as follows: For
every share.of common stock of 'Pris.
to the Rocr Itland company will pay
$60 in collateral trust 5 per cent bonds
to be secuedd on 'I*Prl-eO common stock
a bought ad $I60 in lock Island corn

Mon stokt. It is. understood, these
terms wilt bo offered to all holders of
*'1srico stock, notk merely to the so-call.
04 ItOs pooL.
F ir Over Sixty -Vars
Mrs, Winalo0 s Soothing Syrup has
been used by children while teething.
It soothes the child. often the gums,
allay all -i-A. uii e. wind coi- and
is the best retedy fordiarrhoea. Twen .
ty-five eeutc a bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists throi~gbot .khe world,
Hardohtl of Shlp'a Crew.
Ban Jiutman,. P. MAy A.-oThe Amer"
ican wutekuaer Ji"' Slater, ot Port

Jefferson. Lo. Island. 34 day 'out
from Savanaah, wlth logwood for Noew
VoTrk, put iI. here yeOterday having
been ltive4t back troAs off Cape Hat-
terns, A i t c. The U rew bad been
subsbIsting on pe sa op for 12dayrs and
were very weak. Thie steward., Vil.
llam Hoitolosm, of (CIharlestona 8. C..
was if n a. t. oe- coaitlon The.
me< had .e vork t the pups


Home and Contents of Dr. B.
Ho~.~^lurned to the Ground.


The Loss Was Several Thousand Pol-
lars, Partially. Covered by Insurance.
Blaze Discovered in arly Morning.
Origin of Fire Unknown.
Information ias reached this city
to the effect that the home of Dr. 5.
B. Howell, one of the finest in New-
berry, together with all its contents,
was burned to the ground at an early
hour yesterday morning. The fire was
discovered about 2:30 o'clock In the
morning, and before assistance could
arrive the flames were beyond con-
trol,. -......
The residence' was comparatively a
new one, having about two years ago
been virtually rebuilt. The loss in-
volves several thousand dollars, in-
cluding the furnishings, which is par-
tially covered by insurance.
The origin of the fire is unknown.

Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., undt.r
date of April 21, 1903, writes:
"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
derful salve has cured a sore on my
foot from which I have suffered great-
ly for five years. Twelve doctors have
been working onahe foot during this
time, but failed to effect a cure. Your
salve did the work in a little while. I
took from the foot ten pieces of bone,
after the glass had been extracted,
which caused the sore, and now I am
entirely cured and able to walk with-
out the a'id of crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, and will always speak a
good word for your salve."
For sale at Wallace's City Drug
Store, Gainesville, Fla. dawimo
She Says the May Musical Festival is a
Fine Thing, and is Here to Stay.
Editor Sun: The May Festival is a
permanent institution. The unparal-
leled success of its first session insures
this. With Mia9 Dodge as manager,
Mre. Tate president, Mrs. Fletcher di-
reetress of operatic work, Mr. Turner
direcotr otorehestra, we may expect
success, flnafei'lly and socially,
We fell in love with Tampa and love
people at fit. Petersburg we met. Mr.
Tomlinson, to whom its educational
interests are largely indebted. He is
indeed a man of rare worth. We also
met Mr. Gulflnger, principal of the
High School, o showed us no little
kindness. We feel that our coming in
contact with such real, live and un-
selfish people will be a lasting benefit.
I can heartily wish the continuance -of
such work. and am more than anxious
to put my shoulder to the wheel, al-
though there seems to be no need with
the present officers in charge. We are
certainly' under obligations to the
many we met.
ASKs Ga(itan PARKnR.
A Phyiclan Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physican
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley*s Kidney Cure :" Eor years
I had been greatly bothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gland. I used everything
known to phe profeselon without relief,
until I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
ney Cure. After taking three bottles

I was entirely relieved and cured. I
prescribe it now daily in my practice
and heartily recommend its use to all
physicians for such troubles. I have
prescribed it in hundreds of cases with
perfect suece.". Sold by W. C. Wal-
lace's drug store.
El....-.venth Annual -CoerVntin. -
Wala tngton, May 9-The morning
Session of the eleventh anTanal con.
Mention of the Metboadst 'Protestant
EplAiopal Ed:ndeavor union, which a.-
semblel here last night, and which
will continue In aession- through Shn.
day. was 4evot.. to devotional exer. I
cetses and interesting talks to memberui
by clergymen in atteadance, Thi
afternoon was gveu up to sight,.~s.
lag. 'l
Chilkren in Peril. a

Some of the most anxious hours of a
mother's life are those whbn the little1
ones have the eroup. Foley's Honey <
and tat is a sate lnd effeetiremremedy .
.tIt 'e boy wiq I
dW froem ,br*Iaeoa efIoup if h&

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New L noT Wi icte Goods
16, 5 26, *0, 8O 60e yd.
New S irt Waist Linens

Embroidered Fronts
for Waists
Novelty Linens
For Skirts and IlSaket Suits
Warranted Fast Colors.
Linen Waist Patterns.

Novelties, in. Neckwear
.peciaJ Values Hi 5 and
1Oc Goods.


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Thomas Hdwe & Seed SO.

Carolina House Has Changed Hands.
Growers Receiving Good Prices.
Micanopy, May 8.'-J. H. Moffatt and
family have moved into the Katz
house on Seminary street.
A. G. Lamb paid Gainesville a visit
last week.
Capt. George Lyons has been spend-
ing a few days with friends here dur-
ing his vacation.
Allison & Morton are shipping quti
a lot of nice lumber from their in-ll.
They are hustling mill men and & aw
good lumber.
Rev. M. A. Olonts of Gainesville
preached morning and evenrig ati the
Baptist church here Sunday.
Rev, W. S. Milne filled his regular
Sunday appointments at the Prewisbi
terian church.
Rev. S. Fison held services at ,the
Episcopal church Sunday morning, s;
all had a chance to go to preo"0hing
somewhere. i r
The farmers are feeling happy '**V
the pric-as they are getting fory *ttlb
bearx crops. If cuke, cantaloopes aiJ T
watermelon sell well maybe 'they *i1g
make money .yet.
J. R. Allison has rented.the 0aro0
House from J. H. Moffatt and:
into.it the flrat (f-this montHl .
For Those Whd Live on Farms. 'I
Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ill.. writes:4,
have used Ballard'i Snow Linx
always reeonnend it to y friends~
l am confldemt there is no better m
It is a -dandy for burA." Tho
live on farms are especiaUlt lia
many accidental cuts, b 1 wU
bruises, which heal rapidly w-heu
lard's Snow Liniment iS appl.4tP
should always be kept in th _O
Me of emergency. 2e 50s0o and
st Johnson Bros.
To Whom it May Concern.
I will approve no bis a ainst
treet department latr th
uh snoolo Bth firit tki.i-e i

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Blds Wanted-Fl'or the robtlildinO or WOman's Guild at the home of Mrs.
repairing of tin culvert,over Sweet. B. P. Richards this afternoon at 3:80,
water bratch oiln liierty st. For steoi- A full atteoidlnce is desired.
fleations, al)plp to W. ]. Taylor, Ohatr-.
tila Str,,ot .,omtnitlfee, or A. J, Mo. A Little Early Riser
Arthur. Bids will bo opened Maty 18th. 'Now and then at bedtime will cure
The National Collecting Agency of conetIpation, biliousness and liver
Washington, 1). 0.. is now doiln a tflo troubles. DeWitt's Little Early
bisinsl illt 010 coletiIng liit'e for a Risers are the famous little pills that
the ctly. They arte irfeetly reliable cure by arouiing- the secretions, mov-
Hand will ellhtol nil bill pilavted with ing the bowels gently, yet effectually,
theml. and giving such tone and 4treng h to
Whlo it 's crooke ry, chint, glassware t1he gKaida of the stomach and iver
or tmui' yo, wauiil. tdoln' fil to1 oo1- that tite rCuset of the trouble is re-
inuunticatt to head t lo larte rs. i. ( iMoved entirely, aud if their usei scon-
Smith, 're.iv. the-s goods in largt tinued for a few days, there will be no
shipmlnettst anl I O th, I-refore able to return of the complaitit. Sold by
PsaV1 th, iurcihaser s l ,oney) on Pall their Blodiford & MoCollumn.
l nvestmu':ns Telephone Employee Quit Work.
Di-vision Supt riitendtitnl t Fordl and Ctinlinnatl. May 9.--All theo linemen,
Division 'Trainmnastir P'artami of tie foreme, ilnspectors and outlduit .taen
Atlantic onst Li.ne departed yesterday of the local BlW Tele-phouo ciOiay
for Sayvnnsh, wh rv- they Will assist in | struck today for.a- increase of wages.
the arrangitment of a new schedule e. The manager tacys no enbarrassmetat
which, it is understood, will go into has followed d that place of the
effect a>ext Sundav I trikers are loug fAld with othe
R e. O L. W. Colson, rmnrly of this .
S ounty bu it w itasrlor of Sout Disastrous Wrecks.
3o'rgia Methodifst C frece, now ('aelrsanI is r,|lwttsible.fOr many
filling an appoimtunm ei St Ga,, after a pleasant visit to relatives are making human wrecks of sufferesm
in this lity, departed ylmdy frontThroatand Lung Treamblef Buto
Alachlah~hlere he will tillith pulpit tev th, advent of Dr. King a New
Si :itioveiry (or-.on&tIaouS
of the Methodlilt churh today. From i aet tod. \to thne wonse eap oan. '
%bith uando-olds.i.evtnthe Worse st~o can
Alachua he will profeetl to his (leorgia cured, aa.d htopeltsp rs4i1at on is no1
ht.,iAr The triendd of Mr. Colson were longer oieeiWary. Mr ~i COragg of
to w4 come him to his old hone. I or.mester, Mass., is one 6O the mal
_._- _. ._.. ___ w-:yhose life was sav by .Dr. King
.i. i e1w N ow ovspe. ThleT i rM Iy W

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