Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 25, 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: VID01928
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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OL. XX, 'N.", 14



t St. Peters 1o1 y of Leo Is
Lying In State.


r Ceremonlis In Which Nobility,
uitocrats and Highest Clergy Par-
Ilpated, Bourgolse it Permitted to
oiew Remains.
B0me, July 24.-JToday the form of
,XIlI lay in state ia the Basilica
Lt- Petera, while thousands of per-
from the ordinary walks of life
past to pay their last tributes of
r and veneration.
'l Impressive ceremonies of yes-
syl were viewed by only a favored
of the nobility, aristocrats and the
hest clergy, but today the doors
opened to the-ntire public. Many
ined on thbe piazza all through the
I eight to galn early admission Ao
tV the pontiff's remains.
Iaborate preparations had been
.e to guard agala'-t accident from
Bells Toll Sad Requiem.
'Jactly at 6 o'clock the bells of the
'at cathedral began tolling mourn-
ly-a small beli beginning in the
gh notes and the chimes running
ow-n the scale until a deep bass sLroke
ad completed the minor chord.' At
ie soind of the first bell the regi-
pents of Italian grenadiers marched
tWaTtly acrctssthe piazza to the stone
itUps and soon Lhe east portico swarm-
ed, for th. ia-st time In years, with
(alian troo. 300 on the portico and I
00 8Vh'nudlf ihe colonnades.
She groenadiers wore long, blue ser-
Rce coats and peaker caps. They
o0d in dotble.'column at parade rest,
Ie lines extending rrom the thresh-
dd 'of the church throug-h a narrow
iway of a temporary wooden struc-
_re which was holding back thio
wd. At five minutes after six the
lte was oipeled and the human tid;)
an to flow in. The jam at the nar-
w entrance soon became terrific,
reatening serious results to the
ruggling mass of hilf-fainting worn
and children. Although the crowd
a1s not extraordinarily larke the
tady movement in the funnel-like en-
osure made the pressure terrific.
Many women had their dresses or
Ols torn off and some were lifted, ex.
auWted, over the wooden enclosure
'd out of the crush. Fortunately
Iere were few accidents and the am-
nces were not summoned.
-'K Body Lay on Catafalque.
bhiltr the church temporary rail.
to had beet erected to keep the peo-
Rna straight tine leadiag Alrectly
the bier. Tnts ,wjwe the onter' to
lith all eyes turned. ',fte body lay
a catafalque 10 feet high so that
Could see It. Thq body was slight.
Inclined with tlhe head raised and
.i g the passing throng. The vis
e had a chalky whiteness and ap
IPreI 'o be unnaturally shrivelled.
was rolbed la the full vestments as
SRoman publik knew the. pontiff
ie Arounda--the bier burned 13
h candles, while on each side stood
Snoble gtard, motionless. Further
tk were kneeling priests and co
Wea softly intolning invocationms.
.Thfle crowd pushed against the Iron
i.a, which eeptkrates the chapel
mro the main portion 'of the church,
Bt those who expected to kiss the
slippered feet were disappointed, Ua
Soff1icala had adopted precaution.
r"y mieasurea so tlSt the lower ex
-5elties of th body were half a yard
ck of the Iron grating.
All ranks and atetions of life were

PreSented tI the throng. Many were
takingg people; there laso were
foups of convent girls under the care
t nuna, and of bool boys, headed by
prlests. Crowd- entinued to pass be-
fre the bler througmout the morning
Ma Said. Fer Pop's Soutl.
At A -9 a i *' e

... w si sas iotlStfl. rPerquies m
mass< waS cL P to,
the rpo er Exa.

calls to m
IsiS A



sirenhty and he now practically bears rirink
tl ontlre burden of th church and EMONSTRATI IN
ra.s) the onilnuto ,ltails of the prepay

c Ve. Nwthstanoing thise open.BLIN, A
e! this I'rinog's meeting of the coll.
gr';gat;on of 'a ,imals. The numbeol King Edwaid- Reviewed I
o f tho se p r' s ent to day w as aognilen tte 1 0 0 0 T 00 8 %
by- the pr nes,( of two a w arrivals- 000 OO
Cardinal tdontentl0.o Svana, arvhbish-WEATHR WAS MOST A
Sofi ol,ta and Crdinal WATHER S MOSTFAVOAull
Fosehi, ar('ihishop or Forrarpa. Tens of Tho-sands of 5pectator F
The formnwr was especially warmly a Tens of Thos-and ofspecttori a
welcomed by his colleagues as being ed the Streeot-Most Brilliant S
one of the most prominent members of Many Since HeI Majesty's Ar
of the( sacred ('(diege and because he in the City of Dublin.
is meni(tie((d among those most likely
to suc.( ce 1(l'ope Leo. Dublln. July 24.-lKing "ldwar(
It is being remarked that Cardinal day reviewed 15,000 troops and
Oregl.is r'.espl)nslbilititPs have soften. niC'.n ot th naval brigade in Pht
ShIlls austr'ity and that ho is direct- pari.
i:g affairs with firmness, hbut withoul '1 ;i woathqr waas most favor
har-shness. Lshowlng tUhe cardinal's bright suushine-permittLng the w
every 'oii. iidration and giving con in, of summer costumes and the
atati -lirmof of quanilrityl .. siuiit color effe't.. When
During the liot hours of the day the ground was packed by tens of I
crowd as St Peters decreased and lit- sands of apQctators it mado by
tlh dlffi(ulty was experienced ln get the most brilliant scene of the r
ting a \Vlw of the remTains. An eo witnessed since their majeoatles' I
traord:inarily significant element wa& al in Dublin. It Was tle largest
lItrodluced later In the morning by the ter of troops ever seeu at a rovie
Italiian soldiers e,nitt<,-,Rg the churc h, eliaqd. The Duke 6f COnea
for tthe maintenance of order, in t was illn coiniand.
uniform, wearing theIr cu(ls and sid 'The king, weho wore the unifor
aris. They liln(x the niases of the a field marshal, was attended by
lia.ilica andi strod tiwo (IPT)ee in front lord Iheutelitnt, the arl of Du
0o twiu body itsltf until the whole id ,a numerous suite.
vitnrch as.stinetl n I as ),.ct almost more l'rior to leaving tho vice regal l
military thmn rliIges"'. li L iajest(y Ipro.s nted colors to
The ovent, whicn was uniprecedeot, Rtoya llitb ed. eon ,t(Ci Wid-tl-e-,l > (' l ti .--- ---
The presence of the sol!!dii(- was 'SKEETERS BREAK UP MEETI
generally iltIrpretiied to nilan another -t
step toward a raliproac(tnient between Conference to Devise Means of E
tie church and state, as heretofore the minating Them la Routed.
1viicaun always lhas taittalinud that it No,w York. July 24.--There hi.s
ihal a sufi ienit force of soldiers to sn idllgnatlon meeting of tmosqu
ip.- l re o'thoi within lls own territory an Staten island.r. This Was aippI
and inference is drawn that theo vati wIhen an army of the peatiforou
can and the government have come t soao(ta Invaded .tanlOtatn village
such an agre may, (luriig the lilfc time oof the noxt h.hld with a view to riddlnk the It
lpope. le enployIed in and ail) ot S.t. frorevor of the anophIilles family.
Peters to Ire srv ord-r during great hall was Jammed with delegates r
cetremonois. spntiing the various towns
At this n-orning's mo'Vt!ni Tof the con- After VMo'ral ipneclF aind dial
g', gation of cardinals s ua. co1mitteto ()Am- of rnmapsl, it was decided to dra4l
si.slting of Cardinals Caili Ma('' hi and wClole of Staten IslaInd and nc
I)ella 'Vol|e, was& appointed to isuper- leaave as much as a totuinto canft
vis- all the arrang-inemnts in ,coninectilon rt'.gnanint breeding wat(e' A
with th i < 'n'lve. itteo of ptillc fety Ial.o wnas I
'Two doctos, Lapponi and Plolagalhl(. "d un. Thu the nim lt-ltoeI
a surgeon, Professor Cagiati and a te-aredl uponi the sCrone aiatd the
i'.r'uggist w(er al))point1 d to atten(li the ;gater- s w,-ir( koke t busy baitt tg thet
cardinals 0hlle theiy are shut up I 1I Iw even asserted that the mee
I.intlally the cardiniits aitp coinliftte, to rec-eive( the case containll,- th,'. )rilt (mi eemne on public
Ing thel papal treasure fr m lite con- had been chosen.
grigation on briefs. whose work la
susjpeindetd until a new pope i) elected TRAGIC DEATHS OF MINER
I and to receive the papal veal from
the apostolic clanrcellory. Cage Fell 600 Feet-Body of Fors
TRAGED IN MORGAN COUNTV. 'rTiuson. Ariam. July 24.- 'ana'nn

In Defending Mother, Son Slays Father
Near Bostwick.
Madison, Ga., July 24.--Near Bost-
wick. Neal Bickorson, who was for
many years a. resident of Madison, waVs
shot Monday night by his son, Ed1
Iiek noon.
HRikerson was advised to- make al)
attemortern statem ent. Hie coniplet 4s
ly exotni-rated his son from all blamio,
saying that liquor was tho oause of
it all. Ed Itickersco stated that hli
father wau drunk and had knocked hit
mother down and threatened to kill
the whole family N-eal was flourish-
Ing a big knife. A pistol was lying
In the room and the two men started
fo" it simultaneously. In the scram-
ble for the weapon It was discharged,
the' bullet entering the abdomen of the
The dead usan's mother and wife
corroborate this statement.

New Enterprises Given Charters.
Columbia S. C., July 24.-The see
rotary of state hasa isabd a charter to.
the .Ulmer & Irieft Mercantile compa-
ny, of Elloree, S. C. The officers ares
E. F. Ulmer and E. F. Rick, Tbe
company proposes to do a gensral xtne
cantle business and is capitalised at
$10.000. The Association of Amerlcaa
Clerks. of Union, S. C, wea chartered
This association has been orsanised
fom the general ood of t.-edrrWha o
Union. The office' are: Prald
Thomas &c*Metlr; secrntarry sa "mse
urer, Jasek Gordona aRgoes. d O. 1.
Do 0as r. Own laTt O*
bc et9IsbpedUne a c- we.s bse


Y, JULY 25, 19103 TEN CENTS A XW

State Department Hears Nothing Prom y ST

N Washi"ton July 2..Tho .t do. INJURED BY ST
part nt has heard nothing recently .... .
15,- from Mr. Conger reaspectug the Man- Doeath ad DestrUation IU

cnuirirn nogqtiatonis, (i) It it isox5ted
'that tho Pekin report to the effect that
IB the Chinese govtrnmieut. through


Paince Chlng. has dlocllnoil tot olpn
any Manchurian ports, refers to a
-haa- .-of the nemot.lnthMI.if a lnR oalit

eono two weeks ago. The reason for this
rival suggestion is a knowledge on the part
Sof the officials here that before Sere-r
tary 'Hay'a detlarturo for his unyaner
d td. home, the Chinese government actual-
5.000 ly did pledge itself to' open two or
eanix more ports In Manclturia. It la not
deepioed prol)lr hero to tldlcato how
able, thea% pledges wero (onversed, wtheth-
wear. or through Mr. (.ontger at Pekln or the
con, ChsleHa minlatety hegrt, hiut as to the
the fact there can be no question., If,


w i-

-m of




s In-


ot to
ul ol
d aele
m off.-



a ad,

vi(es state that Fred. MNaw--y, foreman
at the Indiana mine. wat caught be-
twean Lhe tolat cagt' and tile station
wall andi his body ground to. pieeas.
C'tarIles randall, a itin r In the
(La,1ltei mine, was dash,,l, to odeathi
yes4erda&' by tthe cag o ge: !ng beyond
th- .ontrol of the engineter The -cage
fe ',; (it);0 f(eot.
WillHiam Dutton, forman of the Arl-
zcna Hay ,rninet. .ear I;-nson, wal
killed yestprmlay


Mother Made Heroic Attempt to Savo
Her Daughters.
Seattle Wash. July,, 2-1- Mrs. Pi1t
Smith, of Hornahona, her Iwo JttUl
dawiehter.s and Mrs. Rana Itradforil of'
S, ,ttle. werr -dlowned In f -e Pood ca'
nal at the foot of the O!yau'plc motan-
taint. The children got -t of their
dlSpth. tho'r mother went wo, the rew
'rue, ftlaw'-.l by Mrs. Itr.-ilferd. who-
plangedd Into the wainet anid made a he
role but (atal effort to say, the drown.
Ing woman and children.

Vanderbilts Dined by Grand Duke.
St. Po teralrturg. July 24 --%IT. ainA
Mrs. Corneiltlu Vale"rbllt. 'during thetI
stay heb'r'. re-t-lve; much attenilon.
7hey w(-re dined by Grand I akh Doris
at theo iaperal psiace. r nad uDk4O
Vladimir wao, amoag the many sotibie
persona present. Mr. sad MMW. Vawi
deratlt were' also entartaiked at Adil
set r orand onme Micbelowreb an4
hytl.4mve ta aiseeo m (
Dgii, ced othat teaborv of

L 4:e*^:-.

however, there has Ioon any -,iange In
the Chineme attitude ainco this pledge
was given. It la said d here that thie
United States governmen-t will not ho
.ioved thereby, but, thodi(ng faat to the
pledges alrentady given, will Insiat on
their reception.
Reai)ecting the pIloa attributed to
China In the Pekin dispatches that she
cannot opolt the M...enhurian ports-b,<.
cause thfey are tn ponoutsi)on of HRUt
inr. troops and offcltals, It Is pointed
out hero that as several woeUs anrd
o011n monthsIt (ut unecesarlly olapiso
before fhe now treaty can bo made
anld hecorioe ample opportunity for thie lRuslans to
evacuate the desired ports if such a
course Is ncepssary.

Secretary American Delegation to T"h
Hague Peace Conference.
New York. July 21.-Frodaerlctk W.
Ilolla, secretary of thp American dole-
gation to The Hague peace conferoen(
a"d more r(--i'ntly a member of the In-
ternational rourt, died suddenly early
today at hi behomet Irl Yonkers.
George Fredorfek W. Holls was born
at Zellenoplo, lpa.,, July 1. 1867, was
graduated front Cbluhmbia college In
1878, and stuldled also at.the Utlverattiy
of L-cpaleh.. lie was a delogate at
larkvo to the New York constitutonal
cnvant;on itt 1b94. member of the
peace conference at The Hlague from
the lUnited States In 1899. and was re.-
c-ently a meftmber of tahr Intornationalr
(c.urt. He was the author of a nuitl.
hbr of books, Includirn a history of ttl )
peace conference at The IlagUe and
nuttnf.rout locturtrd anid oQslty oti p-1)
lltlcual subljects.


EsXorted to Depot by Strong Detail of
Jaekfjou, Ky., July 24.--0(ptsaltn. I w-
on loft this orning for texington. He'
will go to Cynthlana Sunday to testify
agatint Jett and WhIe,
He was acorted to the depot by a
detall of soldiers under Catrtahn Mad- I
dox, where his family bade him Xood,!
by Theb detail boarded the train and'
went with Kwen to Torrent. 'Th e
troops got off at Torrent and escoredtI
Charge (IGreen, a witness before the
grated Jury who has boeon threatened,
back to Jackson. Groon in to testify
In the Cockrltl case. -
it- 4a-cla403d that reose a -w the-
men who fired the shot that klUld!
Cockrell. Green told his story to tN4 I
grXnd jury which. It l believed,. willi
reutt Ia the Indictment and arrest .4
certain officials of the county an
charges of bribery and accessory toI

Jett and White Removed.

Letlngton, Ky., JulyI 4.-Cuotl Jet on third reading, .
*ad Thoms White, 4ndleted f0k we 04 OP pta ebill w -. p- --is:'
mnrd4er or J. B. Mat rem. at JSackon, w the. bIt) of s0tour .,to 8 '
wsho have been toa all here for setw" porate the KPSl-flSMtia BfbSel dlgtf1d '
keeping. were queUtly spIrtted way In Walker co .nty. ----, :
frosm the ayette county Jail t 0:4 11 lPatlor Willis**s ltrot ed a
o'clock tisa morning, put on the 1;0 5Idottou for the rflle of 3. MeIAts
IaMavUl and Nashtville- tral and t' J IL Oartr Aad W. Na tys, iure" "
on to Cynthia, wsevr tb*Y are to ie on th bond of C saly Xrant. -
trifd by JudAe Osborsw July L, They wes referred te the OaMtltt*, on. A.
wrOe tjakMA by Sheritff Wech sad ibs rl Sadllary.
deputy-, under *as m dr of the O iMs '

e=A~. The .'.am e "*...s.a w-' 8...-
ubpJ days as to briti trespe la 1F@ <0 6tlss* h
*'v-eft mets -ek bie he & A La h wtA th a$E

Wow'. 'n l 1

ii ~

Wrought at Patersob.'

Leading CItloena s0Dese Ways e lt4 ,
Means For Providing Relief 4 i
Those Stricken by Sweep of R ec t,
Tornado--Many Vietims at Hoepital.
Pateraou, N. J., July -4.l-Ma'-r John
HInchcliffo today called together the
leading iitlaeus of Paterson to devilse
ways and meaus of providing relief at
once for the people most sorely *trick.
en by the tornado which wrought 4deoath
aMd d. :daar ttowan- tnist city ysLterdaiy,..
Two thouasaad men were set to work,
today to clear away the 'wrock.ge
strowu in In the treoti. In'thi summing
up of the tornado'4 wotrk *aterson to.
day report throo dead, 100 InJured, 50
famtilltei tmad homeless and a proper-
ty loss estimated at $2p0.000.1 The
tornado inowed a path of dpstructton
400 feot wide fromt the aouthweet ta
the northeast of the city.
Joseph Vaidaruo, 20 years old, was
crushed to death under a falling blild-
WIUehard Ilalcock. 8 yoars old, had
the back of hlu Ihtcad cut off by af talb
In; roof.
Mrs. Mary Nevin, 75yoeirs old, died
from frirlht. -
About 25 pertong aj'e under trait
tent nt the ht)optItls.
It In expo-t el all will rtecovor.
John Saundors, a 4to-l worker,t Is th
worst Injured, boing badly cut about
the body and face.


Warm Debate In Houseo ver UVn12
ty in Text Book --~'
Atlanta, July 4.-Thro waa*$'g* t'i
fight Itn the house coritttee o e-.' .it*.--
tlan of atate unformulty In t-vboobl .
with the result that the uniformity billI'.
was a second time roportod favorably'
to the house, this tispe by a Vot- of
0 to 7.
There has been some pretty sharp
d rMom over thil bill, There were tree
me:auroe before the (ouromittet by,
Meamrs. West. of Lownades; Whlttley,
of Doiriaa, and Mftchell, of Thomas.
Thry were referred to) a subIommitt*e,
which reported a sihltltuto for all ot
them, with the aamoe of the tihroe
memnbr( uo It.-
The general Judletary committee of
the house spont the afternoon yester,
day In hearing argument relative to
the bills proposed to relieve certa, .,
holders or owners of land In 'aartanI
south Georgia eountle, the title to
which Is under cloud because of a
claim by the state.
The house committs. oa general
agriculture had before it yeatorday atf
ternoon the bill of Ms." Daniel, ot
P -aasuol, which proposes to task* r -d.
feal changes In the ,law governing thl
Inspew-tion and aule of /ertillsers, Th.L
bill was disculsed at Sime length a 4 -
the committee finally poetpne4d 1 r:'
thor consideration of It until ext A m
day afternoon. The measure is f*tiA .
to be 4uit at sonrnJiated t npgoi
lag many Importuant chanlase md wll
require careful considerattoa o rofa
actkmn taken.

In the Sentate.
The SenAte had a Abort bt*yi
busy sessoan yesterday, 4da ta4 '
time pr$aieally. to ,the eo.sld l
of local house bills whle) te 4 it.i


oilapk a p t. t If t 4#
Iwoiiar#, #~i4.uop a sr o'er ei4 A W

Qustons P .. '' A s A. tr."it, t F will

Qag g(oodcofl4 be a flw heill tss to. h
::~~~7 L ,ni7

a. penibtled arodn4 k < h,| iirtt $.~e i al eow t

l, Deputy I hevs 4nd4 t, i 1to fi R. G. Rhet
ooOers re Pro4 t $took from $hi W.. W uger, and Job Maybai
btllding into tr* ones, p'epavato<*y o Id it'I4 prop0sed A Inthter pi

(.. of bqtwIs :.d gl.ses ,hI hi a tacttis as o 'oo. the mean. Nv in'
w4ny eaf i t ce som of thq fel arasiiuil the cotoif trade of Charlerl
1!*," a n. 'Oi 1+ iW"o of ,iton. Th r ss wll:be leased from
sM.- liW *{t.eirti "isierttrd7.iand: !wiN be under entire

skipi no one .t l y ;no 0ii ini h ii h ne,~ iu4. a representative of the
I ennell other ilwy, .which wd the prop'
Femnell ansie.rlis eity, will-be here in -a ofew days t
1004 monp 9 ials the paper, and trii over the cornm
te hundred 4 as' worth .f prese to tl Charbeiton lessees.
iqor. and ,rs- good, bad .
P oen to t ty, eIt at hurch in Norway that the'
4i^ 4 last rght. The stock requ d national costumee is best seen. In the.
t>i bOe r 4 rtb the, women wear ahort, dark
S* d, t" Is gowns, ith fringed handkerchiefs.
w safey stoe t oo tle tied bew mnii4gly over their curly fair
S ,n, ,.ty ...lO "- hair, .bladc"okes for the matrons and
p '":.":": h I t a
4e olS 4S atillaced .uring the th so t' ttl e old Norwegian
/ 1s.r. R.oer, the d4efetid4nt,'s W dreps is often worn. It consists of a
d .n t$taii# Oainep'ille., and r., abort dark petticoat, with a stripe of
ers kiiw nothing of his action iin bright' colors, a full white blouse, and.
Srtidoned,. a red piedice heavily embroidered ,
ekliof he matterlat nigh While on Sundays- a uaitlty of silver
Igers sit0. that, rhe think e I pins anid chains are added. .

t hehas bfeen g ulty of sellilng of many tolds of starclied white llnen.
hlaw There lated over a wooden frame and a
if h.weveiheh ipides tht btolide wears a high metal crowo curl
th si|rlt i..hodh',avirevsonatuo oudly Tchaaed andiret With Jeweld.
Speot| an d '114persoit..l violas t4tits days .t o

y s a lstqisi ..ng. ..quo.a A New York theatrical ma nager was
S P t advising a friend to be catius in an
do*soate Wbateverstock he may -f4 undertaking he had in view..
l possession of the tpirty so 8uspeo~d, ".You can't 'take too .many precau-
I this the sheriff fre4 positive thaot he tiosi" he asserted. *An ounce of pre-
.a. p "th6 bii ed" o.the horn. veition,' asthe copy book used to say.
*..hi b~h o. 'ia better than seven pounds of allo.
Repulsive Features, pithboe homeopathic or hydropathle
Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces cure.' Otie of the most contented men
and muddy complexion, which are so I ever knew was 'theo most cautious.
ionmmon among $omten, esseitally He was deat and dumb, and he 'never
girliat aoertalnage,deitroying beauty, went to bed without putting on boxing
d'iflittiiltg~ad niskiug repuli(ve, fea- gloves .... .
tuoe which would ptheiiietappearat- "Boxing gloves? What for?"
tcaolve'and' refned, ihadloato that the ',Bo that he wouldn't talk in his
itver is out of order. An occasiional tleep."
doeof Herb n wil cleanse the ibwels,
regu'late the liver arnd so estsbliali a Vloaspon n i olnl s n ttlenake..
olr, a healthy coipleion. 0oe at Observations on Utive rattlesnakes
:J0oisttoni p0os. show that. the poisoh glands become
S rora Not Complete,. unetionally active as soon as the
h, s.rui st o nakes begin to ab ft for themselves,
Who ^ u re.grets to mehloi the which mpst be very soon after birth.
O piwlon nulingtetional)y of two ot. the Experiments onl the young ones six
mos~it mportate features In he pro-I days after birth proved the presence
g anm of the concert and literary en- of venom In small quantitiess. jllxper
,ireartlintoent given /or ahe: beneftt of: 'ments mado three months atter birth
the Gainesville Bpseball Assoolatlo6fi3t showed that conalderable venonm I se-
he p1po1a"houie- WedneOday evenMing. Created, as .a pigeon InoetUlated at this

Swestot tnger faivred theaudenoo symptoms of chronic poisoning.
M,.s Hiampton rendered a beautiful On the, eastern sore of Maryland
v okinelol. Both ladies are artists in blltousness ia eCred by boring three
t hsetr repiQotlve. lines, and received holes tl a carefully selected tree and
their p 'p t oofh the applause. walking three time around It,. saying,
The oBmsion was d'ue ptrinolpaily to "Go way, bilious." It is an matter of
i- gu.f. thfats thI of i4W not r utmost importance whether 'the one

.ri.te out ha prte anwu who performs the spell .wtlk with the
s .....ntitia.d.. r.. o sun or alaltaint the sun, but no one
that these two aumbsl were over- know which ie the approved direction.
looked in the "muddle." -lxchan.e.
** Dom -.tt T 'ouble*. . . ...
IdesIt Ii eX"tt{n a lt to i tlmi Wtetln cr.
t il"Well, i anarsed li.t all. that it i.
Where there are no domestic ruptureson
o sonaly, but t at e a painted? asked the gltrl, a
oneseona bnt. dhrtakthg. be ad'e vene.-

'Muicn'-d. "d 0 e 't.6%s1 --what her frlBend aterdehtiaed ahb waa
'P.ir great work 4i to nh $U ver almost sure was .a ilb. "We've been
The;yi" l. They not onil.W. e -you, married three. months now, and during
Scure. 265. at aH drUiglt "-. That time Jack has lxent but tour even-
Fiiie ta rrat Irehter. Ii oe 'lub.- i rucaeu herald.

. iIrminlghiM, Ala., July 24.--,-lie.dd did
diego. It. the ..u;i:'la oQtho establish. ..Yes I expllne. the Whol theory of
int'ut of the Alabma f a'1nd Etevto- ti*w discovery to Wiy is"
ata'ztpaay to the amount of 5,OOO.h w e.Ancwtt did hoSarV
Si l atosi covered. by. Insurance. PM he. sa d 'e iig O rememm.id
Wi was rovided with bins m le4 b he b om the sro Ietd gir natried~?
1 it -.Mttad feed. The origin o1 r,e trying day to thk his
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Digests What YaEat
Mrs. Lortng NIcaollt of Penn y _. Y& .
writes; After eatlnt, my food would distre
K04ott WI t ye me nImmedIate'rlilef. AtW
.!tpgq bottles iamcured,
Kodol curtes ndlgesn. yapdpalsa
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SCHmDULs EfTBCTIT3 Jusia 28. 1903.
7 1 6 I5 SOUTE DIVIS ON 54 i
9 5 8f 8 00 p 8 00 p V........... ..... .J'aorkr 4je.................... a 7
101 8 M, 8 40 op ......................B.l.wnn..... ............. .1 a 0 a 5 00
1 40 1045 p 503 p ........ ...... Waldo ................ 4 a. 6 04
12p .. 3 .. ............. IANESVLLEI .. Lv 7 8
....... ..... 5 36 p Lv........................ ..
............ 7 66 p Ar ................Cedar key .............1:...... . ..18 2 .
19 6 ... . ...... Lv.................ilv r pring........... ..1 22 6 .
1 &I .. a ... ......... ...........Oroao.". 12
S 1 d.... t..................y...... ........ ....... ....... 10 28 po
a o a; ....... ...... ......a il.i O. ....... ...... ...1. 28
,1 2 a ...... ........ ...... Palmetto .... .. ** ... ....... 7 5 174
A2 p 1 1 48 a....... ................Ma atee ............. ... ...... .... 28) 720 .
& 1 a P n8 ..... ...... ............ a A a r not ....... .....9... O a
7Ar r1 0a..l a. .4....... 4 ; i?4
7 2 1i1 45l. Ar... .......... ....a... ampa e...........,.....,.Lv 800p a7t2

Lv J8k nivlle..... ..... 845 l pa .......vJacklonvIe............... .... 40r 8 9Z
orFernandina ............ sa ap Ar La...... 0r neity .................. 51 oP sI1
Ar runw ............ 013p 8 p....... r LiveO k........... 1204
A Kr&vannah1..............1 lo7 p ll5 a ...... Ar lion .........I.. ... .6 8 p120
Ar lal ................ 80lp 144a.... .. Ar M OUcello...... ... ....... 7 10P9i 3 12
Ar i lnm grk............. 8 57 1220 t... Air TallahMo e ....... ......... 94 ""0 85

Ar Southern Pines......... ii'/p 9 36 a .... Ar New Orleans....... ........ 7
Ar alotigho ................ pa 1 a a .%.. ao. vt ......... ....
r amoreu0 r 2 anp!...... rM......... A ..... ...........
Sss ,...:....:: 10 1 5 a A.... .06i
r fahwo.8a bo...... 5 p.. .......e9 .d a._.*. PIAerb........ ISL.
Allr~a~ahinon...........i.ip.. Chattanoog............... ...... 25p
Ar aba e........... day1 .......mail, baggage and exre........ ar p
Are Ne w o ... .......a...i 58P1 4 Lous
rewmor ... ......... 80a 5 .... ...P...... S

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FretRestrictni i iAd as to the Na-
re of Tl rh ..i Residents Fear
Iatit Witll ip i.Pever--Protests
( Grounded -
jte City ioui i lor whoever has
s upervilio (Ti, woill iWr harge,
not make different arrangement
tpre long there. is going to be a,
lution on the part of some of the

veral weeks ago the citizens of
section of 4e oftiy bordering on
etwater bran iM made a vigorous
test against the -Wtholesale dumping
rash along the branch, and went so
Sto seek the aid of a number of
council in the maittertof calling the
ntion of thItl A~bdy 4to-the same,
when the. report, was made the
e was passed, without action.
Residents along South Oak avenue,
mierly South Factory street, are
Walking protet&taagainst the great
of trash that is bbing dumped
gg that thorotighfare. The trash
'any instancBte ia nearly two feet
k,, ahd embrai4es a)l kinds of filth
n watermelon rinds to old clothing.
-presence of thibsrefuse is likely to
nace sicknSB, and the authorities
uld be cowmpeled to haul it beyond
city limits.
The Bo.ss WormMedicine.
I. P. Kumpe, druggist. Leighton,
1i., writes: "One of my cuastmers
a child which was sick, and~ rew
-iall food, could retain nothing on its
Umach. He bought one bottle of
ite's Creamr :Vermifuge, and it
aghtup It9 worms from the child.
t's the boas worm medicine in the
.orld." White's Cream Vermifulge
s. also the children's tonic. It imn-
piroves their digestion and assimula-
,tlon of food, Strengthens their ner-
vous system amd- restores them to the
health, vigor And elasticity of spirits
;natural to childhood. 25c at Johnsarn
L ;-
`fbe Dzialynski -Making a Big Thing
From His Poultry Farm.
.Abe Dzialynski, who for the past few
ears has been a coinnercial traveler.
t who recently resigned his position
cd engaged in the business of raising
dickens at Arredondo, is making a
od start in his new venture. He es-
iblished his poultry farm only a few
weeks ago with'virtually a handful of
phiekens, but the industry is growing
&j'Abe has just hatched out his first incu-
teor chickens.. Notwithstanding that
e is comparatively inexperienced, he
Pinaged to secure sixty fine Plymouth
oick chicks out of a setting of one
0idred eggs, and declares the next
,teh will bring him~95 per cent.
:Mr. Dzialynski now has nearly two
iiildred fowl and inys he will double
)umber within the next two"
1tbs. ;;* \
A Very Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although
Wery joint aehed and every nerve was
jked with pain.l' writes C.' W. Bel-
Y, a locomotive fireman, of Bur-
hglton, Iowa. "I was weak and pale,
without any appetite and all run down.
II was about to give up, I got a hot-,
of Electric Bitters, and after tak-
?it, I felt as well ag I ever did in my
s. Weak, sickly, run down people
ys gain new life, strength and
from their Use. Try-them. Sat-
,etion guarantee by all druggists.
ce c0 cents. -
S Convict is Improving.,
: Parties vialtinR thii city .from Fair-
'5liik, yesterdaytateda i that the pris-
inrer who was lh4 by a guard in at-
tempting to escape from McCall's tur-
lietine farm is improving, and it will
a question of onlly a few days before
e will be enabled-to resume his duties
Sthe matter of ier'ing- out his sen-
tee. __
S' man wa ftia the lowerlinbs,
bu the womids proved only to be
h wound aM of A trilling nature,

t t even req rl.in the aervieo of a
Sreon. I "- w"l na- m etery that they
lad rot prove \or. iqrlous, the
weapon from ti h the baill were dis-
arged wa a hit gde Winchester


Picturesque and Noted Kytlucky Char.
acter Passes Away.
L, ington. Ky., July 24.--General
Caesius Martellus t'lay. ambassador.
to Rui5 huit dir lre.-i 'ent Lincol!
I(n t..: 1 ll {* .n art-t. (, died M
hs t ie. \^ "i ,! >to t in '31'izt-on coun.
ty., :t ;: lIi t night. Death
;n Oct. 19'. 1810,
it ". i, l d a stiriur n
I ,, ''' ' a n him tn
t .t .t conspilracy,
to *- I e. n ft'ormed
a,, 2-". h'.U", his home.
'* ":.., t"f seclu.

.,; id his e .-
I -,t .-'

he Side.
r .at !.in their
hoca n ears
tlat v t n
to hri !: I
Cla :.t:r,
th e si.,t ,. i, O ,. ,,x 0

gathered 1,11r I h1 1 r ,
an attt 1 of an l .. '
General ( l ;i ; sI t .
oh ben .iti uni it i l (' I I1
to sevieraal bll( >o,| fig: .,ts In i < "*: ..
Stv'riil yr great senisition r, y in)iarrying ii t i l -r
ol (coillitry i girl. Tht, girl was vc.-ry
Ignorant, l)it Clay said he wonild edu
cate her Li!f.o with the veneralhld
general, however, palld on Dora'. and
she f1-Il in love with a yoLung feliow
named Irock. When Clay was in-
formedi he allowed Dora to get a di-
vorce and fixed a sunm of money on
her when she married Brock Sonia
tm1n agtt itrock was killed In a railroad
aceldent and since then Clay has been
Importunin ITo:ra to return.
Executive and Eldest Son Make Long
Horseback Ride.
Oyster lihy, I.. I.. July 24.-~Shortly
aflor 2 o'clot tlhi.i morning Prtwesidnt
I{Rooisvelt, at'-ornipanidil by his ollost
'onI, Theodiore. star Lt< from Sagamnore
Hill, on a hoitrselack ride to Saville,
L. 1. The president go(s to Savillhi
to visit his unile. Robert lloosevelt.
It was expe nilight accompany lhie president, but
sshe was dIcterrod from attremplting tha
lOng ride by the very unpropitlouls
weather. i
The pre.stilnt andId his son were rn-
rtc (ouil pall od I
Two ws(i rot saorvice officers loft Oys,
ter Itay Inatl nlght for Saville by train.
Title Ir ~,.-lnt will spenil the day
and night with his unclo, leaving fot
Sagamore 11111 on his return ride early
tomorrow mnornitg.
Will Launch Un-to-Date 1 Cent Dalli



mng married women must remtem-
t the experience of maternity should

approached without careful physical

f A ap hlo mother ymust .b a healthy:, mother; the birth of the
first child Aa. ecially .trying experience, atulnd nalturite leen iall tho
help it can get. Correct aitiiaitteti-louieit-of-tie -tt .vit l.i
portance to the 'would-be mother. Mrs. Finklihami' advice at such
tiles, together with LydliiI E. Pinkham's Vegettblo Compiloulnd,. have
ruide tl r11imny a_ young womlalti through this trying experience with the
lapp.iust xpossble results. liHer advice is thatot a i mother with an ex.
perienee with thousands of such causes, and given entirely free.
By special Irmissiolon w liblish the following three letters, show.
ing tho abtholuto lnocessity proper care and ndviep at the time of
nmatermt r lat of Mrl. Sexton illustrate the danrgi0rs of maternity.
That (Iof irs. IIanson the sutiloering dhrlnf the period; and that of Mrs.
Masaoy the troubklet that may I eset a ydbi mother ifte'r clihld-birth;
andl they all illustrate teio wontlerful viluei of Lydlla E. Plnkhanim
Vogetable Comnpound in sieh cases.
f1rs. Lile Sexton, Ashland, Ky., Boyd Co., says:
DAnr MrA. PrNKirAM : I wrote to you in Sekpt., lixo. I had been married
two years and had two minwarriaffos, oue at six months ind onere ft seven. My
orgranis were vt.ry wenk. You atldvisel r I to uso i tLydiaI. Plinkhintm'
Vegetable (omnpound, and 1 began at one aund ns~d,,I Il bottles.
In Juni, 1t001, again -exiq-oted to bectoneamiother, an now I have a fine
baby girl, two months' old. I took the Comxpound all the thio during prog-
naucy. I cannot praise your remedies enough."
Mrs. Karianna Hanson, Box 34j, Worthington, Minn., says:
"DIcAUl Mlas. PINKIAM :--- I feel It my dlt V ti r -endl yVti my milneorio thanIs
for your kind advice and for the good l.ydiaI E, P. lkhiutna'sa Vegetaiblo
Compound and your letter of advice have WiVle I wrote you I dlid not we a well day. 1 wuas to beomeo a mother.
and had headache, dizztinss, poor appetite, wdAt nirvous, had pains tanu
orampm in abdomen aid swollen fooeet.
"'Afltor following yuur advie I soon began tA feel lbettor. When I bad
taken four bottles of Ly real well. My baby when three months' old weighed over twenty p S cannot praise your wonderful nedicite onouy ir, n-1d would dvi asV ll
ufrering women to writo to you and use Lydia aE. Pinkhasi's Vegetable.

rirs. 1.. nlassey, Sulphur Springs, Texas, says:
." iaXA M0ia. lrWIANx 1:--I will tell you wliat I thll1ck aiout Lydla lE.
Pinkliam's Vegetslle Compound. I think It In a wonderful n edllue.
I believe it saved my life.
"When one of my children was justt five Weks m old I took a et-baek and
oamo near dying. I was la bed, two weeks. 'TiM dio(tlor Attelndel me about
a week and Igot no better. My bowels would nearly kill rime at thiwes, only
easy when under the influence of opiate. It tustmine'l at tinneri there were
knots in my bowels as liarTeo a my flat. I had tuch plin In .uy left wide. L
suffered as much ta I did whvben my baby wase born.
I got a bottle of Lyvdia E. Pinklsliat's Velgetlllo Conimiuund one
evening, and by the next day I wiv* nearly easy. I will always pr ise your

In New York. r S el such endorsement should dlipel doubt fromPthe mind-
New York, July 24.--Edted Ay worn of all hti tatilg woiment. After reitdili santcl letters, ft any woman
en, the first Issue of a 1-cent mornih 1 -t wilug to remtai.n sic1, we can oniry M1y it t her own fault slud
newspaper, devot od exclusively to oto she deserves to biffer. for tbie medl ine thlit hams benefited these
rules of, and for women, will, it Is an women Ud a hundred thousand others Will surely help youl
nouncod, appear on the streets of N sow ORa3 T :oarr-nna provthw eir Sth e orI na n
York Nov. 2. $5 0Ly0at22 4Myil d K. P ltidhKio dtlmC. MdltaIi M a, ,X esl .
Great secrecy is being mnatntalned .......
a1 to the promoters of the new paper. - .......... . -'
Not even its name has been given
out but it Is declared the paper will
be an 8-page affair, to be Issued dally
except Sunday, and will contain all the L .Got
news, besides a muagazino department
devoted to matters of feminine inter Ut(nderneitth it, tAregon riotil, Fory thI ot ,t etween
est. To avoid being "scooped," Chi .jlut rind liogan,JaeksonviltmltFla.
women propose going to press a couple POOL TABLE FRi KI LUNCIl I ALL. DAY
of hour Ila.ter than their contompora .... ........
rules. Tt-,,dunlnna rtrsu- fr' 6i l.,'ho *Mtine,.. Wihlnn lunter'm'n*

Birmingham Operators and Employee
S Agree on Arbitration.
Birmlngha'n, Ala., July 24.--fle
miners and operators have agreed t
refer their differences td arbitration.
At the joint conference TueSday It
was agreed to leave the Mwa sea^ao
eight-hour wOrk day and seml-monthliy
pay day to a board of flve arbltivtora
two by the miners ad Che four namedod
*o choose a fifth.
The agreement ha@ been -'-ewftd
to the miners' local for ratfieation
ag:d will be voted on today, It is
expected that the agreement will mese
with practically no oppooltion.
Thousandsf of Shop Pelessed.n
Billion, Most., Juli M54.- r
cones from Columbiia of a heavy l e*
sustained tby a sheepuan nasd
Grimes. From the report It stoSoru
ed that some ota eatteo posals
0a tbe range vhte Gs seMp
etrs bnhad Over 10 lied we

A L..Lt v a t L c I #. ; a r.) I. WWI . .q,- ,. lC gA 4 1S It* Y.91, J LLA.11V *
Canadian Chinb. guaranteed 6.ycar-old whiskies.
.6. ....... 1.50 per quart or $5 0o per gal
Echo Springs.. .. .... 1 5 5 0o
VW il i....... .... .... 4 quarts for 5.00
Mail orders a specialty. Write for price list on
other goods and call on me when in the city.
JO]J I -A. LYONS, Jacksonville, Fla.



Abotracts of T =ti) and full Inf o imitoa l fsirthde regrdlni lands in
county. Our mnassger le lia tsltewoaint thirty years and
Ii thoroughly loa t with lad t .

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GailsvUille lXclk W -rk
0 N R A L MILL A' /r..
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you a house m1 or InfrIna.
Htona l Ill a 0o


alu addition to the above I
liuts d, hled to work a iReal .hs.
t e 14i tl1 Illtal ellie, and will
lie thankful for iany buslHses
placed Il il)y hands.
partle 410 -to 84 4year of I'
Aill on ie and lsoinvgtleitt e. *
_ Afet for all kinda M vbllie
eimd FirPprf 1 toolliug.

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SSTUDENT Women as Well as MeA -.

SHnY SHOT Are Made Miserable by .

tientTa l to Hospital, Where Ball
-WA S EXet'acted.t
tucky. M. dson of Orlando, Pocket.ll

terms he attendee East IFlorida Semi-
nary, was th B.Entered V victim's of an accidght
Side xingtoflct Kyn., PaWednesday whichWound-a
ytient TVt ski tog Hospital, Where Balln
WasThe newspaper reports state that.

-while calling on some fristd's i'ltr.
Hudson's pistol accidentally fell front
M.poke an d was discharged, thwe ball

penetratling his right side, lie was
taknown in this pityal, where thfor severallet
waters extractende thEast Florida lasmi-
narycons Was the vstigm ofas easily as coiden in
Lexingto~n, Kiy,, +. WIednesday which

maybe expectedrioe to the young mstances.
The newspaper reports state that
while calling on some friend. Mr.

Mr.Hudson's pstolaccidenta welly fektowl froma
vehisry poketpular here.was discharged, the rball
fpenetratiing his right side. lie was
taken to & hospital, Where the bullet

waslled by is sand the patient and lastny
aountthers whoi*nas reswig as easily as couhim.

W be expetedU nder thed circumstances.
Mr. Hudson.+was well known and

mcalthelnate ied by his whool mates and iany-
Sothers who'-kew h'im.

I. Wtellilhtlkar nI l iehl itTunl
'The< Enigllsh-farnner mnlkea uise of
mathelmatiem In hils work. sltys 11 Lon-
don paper. Suppose, for exmnptle, that
he wishes to know the weight of his
turnip crop while It Is still in tihe
ground, which is sometimes a muitter
of Importance, a simple t aleiluttion
will give him the .Informanltion.
It is the custom in Englhuid to plant
turnips in ridges- twenty-eight Incies
apart; this makes ninety ridges to thtt
acre. The farmer selects a row where
the crop seems about the average and
pulls up all the turnips In a measured
yard of the row and weighs'them.
Assuming that they weigh ten
pounds, a simpt)le calculation shows
that the erop averages a little more
than twenty-eight tons to thie are. If
they weigh eleven l)pouttnds, lthe average
will be Ibout thirty-one tons to the
FA anmouas Etuerald.
IL2f""tK:iBBaip is mentioned by St.
i"1n n his Apcalypse. Art emer'alJ
of inestimable value ornament(ed the
he'el of the ring of Polycrates, king of
SItnios. That monarch, having been all
Ills life favored by fortune, determined
t0'"ptlt his luck to a severe test. -HeIt
threw the ring into thle sea. The next
daiy he went fishing. l
uThe record of that day's sport still re-
umains unbroken. His majesty (auglt
a fle fish, and in the inside of tle llsit
he found his ring. That happened li
the1 year 230 of the foundation of l]tiin',
and the ring. considered ns c talistnnii.
wias plheed among the rtynil treasur'-.
of the Temple of Concord.

Amerlea's Large-t Snnke.
The largest American se'rp'ent is the
annaconda, which may attain a length
of thirty feet. It Inhnbits tropi'ail
America and i a handsome, alnimatl.
With dark round spots Scatteredl oir
Its whole body' on n groundwork of
rich brown, It Is.very fond of watiier
itand haunts the banks of rivers, hikes
Wri-d streams, there lying in wait for
any deer or peccary which may come
to tht margin of the water to drink.

Flower and Scent s.
Rome flowers appear to cliiinge their
scenta at different times. Tie com-
itloit Jasmine flowers when first
opened have a delicate, fresh perfume
which, afterr it time, lecomnes groser
"t1l attracts bluebottle flies. Flowi'rs
of the orchid Odontoglossum hebrnileir
ha've a clhnamon fragrance an.l a haw-
tlhorn scent at different periods of their

Two EvtlU.
"I can't imagine a worse gilly than
thi man who's forever ihdulging lit
amalt talk."
"O'h, 1 don't know| He's no worse e
than the fellow who is forever talk-
lug big."LPhiladelphia Press.

VWo ejlswlteh OE.
"I WIslB yotU'd send ria to one of
th.ost electrtcians' schools, pop."
"Why, what do yot mean. my son"
Sbhe's ialtogetbher too citrclea with
the Switeb, pop."-Youkers Statesman.

'll ty Explain ed.
"Ye s, bhe'bas a enase of 'nerves.' "
"What's that' -
"Wel,. to be frank. it's the name we
n5e when a' wealthy patient is just
lialn tranky."--Chicagos Post.

People who grumble in cloudy weath-
r aanal wsr iwi l u~aastbS sui

hi- i ,"-l .r ."

Kidney Trouble. I 1E N 11

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
S and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
become no prevalent
~y that It Is tnoE unsorx~ron
fo a chile ito ho boru
afflicted with weak kid-
'neys. If the child :.--.
s-a tfe tw ts s t r h e
,ll'i. .,c"ci Utf (et, ,', it i wh *^ ^
., a, .'L "/int $'oulod be sli GotTrn,. p as. {i yo. ,ffl'tf -,A
atd-. cpl Uo ".e 3,
'k' dlt.H, l, Is k,,; ^ y tro bl,^ at It
*v he s,uld be towards the treatuent at
it on ,nportart organs. This cnplesan,
tr-.tfle i due o a diseased coa,.!cr of ttte
krr. mrr.-.t pe.cp.e suppose..
Worren as well as men are made mtn
ert.,e wah kidnev and bladder trouble,
ar- b-th need the same g'eat remedy
The meld and te immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty- /i .
cent and une dollar
slzes. You may have a '
simplee bottle by mall U5 .
free. also pamphlet tell- Homo of awauip-Ro.
ing all about it, including man*j of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from suffrers cured. In writting Dr. Klmtr
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y be sure and
mention this paer.
Donii't mkeic antiy initakk, but rTiiTent-
bt'r the nante, Swai.p-Root, l)r. Kil-
meir's Swanl)l-Root, and the address,
Binglthanton. N. Y.. on every bottle.

A S<.t'ntt.i 'r<-li-ls lhy It 1Vs 'sInvniteild.
A \:ilrit ,iIf L. ii.s X'Il iulblisilied nl
t'ttcookl k il lin..i ii wltliih lie gives as
f'[llow\\ t it' ri :-. Ito'1 the ll lVl titln ll Ofit
th lii)ll<\\ sttni ptiL:i ''h i iln> s i (i in, u, sts will bit' hol-
low in ith'r (t I ;It life I" liitiy li lp tal 'lit
selves lt> ;ix Iinrwh woip us tln-y nmy
w nt l I \ l i t l it i li i IA t1 tak- it
|> '!,'; ll'l l \i lit 'l ll i'iltt l b T i' IiU tlo t' lt
disgi-l th "y mn aivl. lifvt'or (ino ain th lir
on sr<'.iinl tlhr spoI I i;I from thlte mioutlih
s iit slt i \t ill lie' siltn. slet tluilr
own spn,)iis to iln tlilr plates, tihe hnir(n
spixin tt lbr uu'nl 'r"r srving the isoup
not It ;ii. ii.: -t-i'-.t> till stolii > (linet liter.
Y>1 t V ,li n itin t','l ,'I t I a e iti i' l It
vt nlti i tll i til si nii l>I tl' ( Islt t its work
on l tlitu il ill the illoli hli lih I so ihi<'l t l 's ths i b' l tli t
'Vtry (.*iir 0<";(1 r<'; h t i l i his
s >0ll ll ll (1 I ll e if ti <1o1(1 W lS Ver 'v li.
h out sr.'ii l !> lit' t n a hiL'urry. A worlr
ilt 12 i litr'i"- I 1! -it tlt t ':t l'e'l lt )i'st tf'tni't'
tlits lre ni 'li r',". il ii l tlis'sIt t'ld It l st' ~
t o m l 'i ,* I ts ;' r tii l o' r' l i i t i t w i' s l i n i > .
.lilt to i-< te i).' tu it ltir' 1n 'l rtli
liM~ ~'twcc i lln ifo i i >l !t stiliitl if tu -l':'el.

A I'l<" for u>i Sif t in.: ;; -ii; M:!* H et not 1<> Ir
Ol Illt 'll :1 S I-l r\ l lt ii'i. the I l Oil ll illt of i
b oi k llI t l t i t- l i ly It' t n 'i-to l i 1'
I I 1im tt "r oi f i" ; I l' n'litn l 'l '\w o I t h< < l t '
sI -' i'. I t o I* v r l l lho u w ) ie th i o f
llsili^ t. i I ll"' otin'r Ittt uit i, l'it ad stis bitt of tit-'
'lint'ir t -fit tilt, ItitkI. ; is n1 "'V tiilty l'nl".
tndl "Tl'l.,, T "luib'er nlll tlx Illeiar ."
'1'Tlh (irl't nnli'ttl l lhili n julStlllntliot
W ll,,l w <' pii .il f is t ll titit slhi ll
<.otiilin li' souiil tr tile keynote of the
book. Thi-iti tht, anutihor alnd render
stirlt. oni fair litr'tis. Jatns Austtn., tr
contimilinnt" i artistt, undidrstoodl thll
well I> In t"l'rlih, milt l'rjjudlie,." buti
fortt oi.k hIlr l vit' iintt ag-i lin "El' itnti"- it
better booik iitsllist"'l'slptit' to it tell-
Itiig a iltis. It is dlll cult to sostlmn t'
wli t wmtilt titiv' l<'<'n the los to l1t
eri-ItIr''It Wll 'liti's' It'i-'ai rl'ilet tm-r' -o il-
friturl If "Th<, Narhu t Ie t ii'', l et ll "T hl,, iloi l",' ,>r S, -v<'n <.;)illll'". ---a tltli<
tlit FIis whtorkld Its wi'ny into rft'hite-
nr- l ;n. l i ts ,'l ett llt-i iThe i 'in
p4iicn." l "r. T"l'lh ore T. Muing!'r itn
Booklovh' rs' M' f !i.lii <'.
mTh fla re.
In thi e('nurny otf naitlo the bare Is
tho ori' ci-iitutre that stands lit-twst '
most of the car'lyo.rous anittlls nulsi
sttrvalion. In fli' niorthernli w aool.
whir, s'now llhs on th< ground for nmori'
than half the> y.r andl wher' vytge-t--




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I'aiatka Voundry aid Ua.h~. W~b~
CD# DIM *~*#tM, P~tEM~

4I~ lriod of-CqMh3g4am~
otrs$,r trust bvgeVpr b*~in.
olti. ~hvp, tt*i~ bOss W
at sJs~$lSlttgp
ThRPEt4TWX ~''~ttmA'J'E a~
sMois.4 wW
It 100 MOtsJts
0f e.U4~'bO56 17,
VOCt- 145 Wf$64. 4w

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it tif ' it of i
Pub!t,- 'p iinon *

VYnrdict f or

()Out flt r rto i'ir'ti' lar .1il t, Alittsheville, F-la,

Iti t'i ri 'i i~ni 1.1 i, l ('mit rl t
.A II ll Ft \who wish to drsits
wtell will (rt unhesltatingly to

N. l.-Malr'st Eindl sells the fnamon "ls'.t-.Clotioing-ln-the
World," maneio by Sehkm Blros. & Co., oilf lltAlnire.

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I---1m loxx JarAM.X*X xj^r, AIr.-ARt it. li,

For "ni<' by Johnson Brt>.. uititietKvlle


Reiail(rs and Jobbers in

Staple. and Fancy Groceries,
Grain, iardsn Seed end Fertilizers.
Highest market prior' paid for (Chi'kena. Eltgg and other Pr ul^is

A Complete stock of lHay, Ocrin, Oats,. Flour. tran, Mell, Cotton i.ef
and Rye. We handle only the VERY tBEST golS at the LOV
EST PIt EC and guatra nte .atisfaoliotl ilrtways.



t(it I- of tlow growth, the hare serves
a ia inaouei,, for. converting bir.h COTTON DEPARTMENT.
twii^ Into yt unulhir. lenn miiat and
provihlling it In su'lh quantitIes that T ?O
hawkp owlts. wildcat weaseli and s! GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
foxes -an live in com parative lUxury. "" _ "o...... ---- .. .... .
year In Pe..d or Lint, i rgrir 'MiAllsua f uftwsitime.
power isted i. w.atr sprtias. AdvaneO madile. Warhoume charge@ free. Pirm offerS
Many watches. ake. five beats pr made by letter or wire. "rripond-
ecomnL. 300 each riuute. 18.000 every o olital .
hour or 432.OQO ipr day. Tbhu It will t______ < o t t r
b e s ee n th a t h a lf a d o sen ti rnfs o f th e -- -" ., ...L .. -. -. . .....-....--.

.<0 ,0i or ne. ,toi UP .+ ,WMUCiW. f+ | ..^ 1
rif llO r ao y.e '3rll Wit t Vg ir~a Itac n1 I "
^ 'sly ys1m^ flit- / i we raU-
"'1^> o 'At~fta t ykf**1W ttd ,tllU *Ha)U~rieM~|&MMI;)M1|MlitJ*^ m tte --- IMI 4MM

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OflE~ ~JWIL & W~K

itt RtiYOP@~;1 ~SOb I.~'4ioe.~ I
PI0SS#anUW.W ,tt~.r .ii eats, ~e
In tbo e~~or~iatuqnt~ 2~
The oonU4etK~g ~t all llrA~n~
hoe. alaneG wl;b -1~tieia will be
Theta nante~ will no~ b gtq~ to Isqab,~e,''~
IF YOU 'van~ nest up.ta.eow jabpt#~~
'I'ut3 8uI QMO~ le tti0 ~)isG~4D tee tI~

DOYOVwsne..ewl~gobI~? If so4e
of mal~an. obb~ '~
until mu bate aeon
woney I ke.p~6n hutd IbO b~
meedle. att~o a~oi~t. an4flZ~WeE0
of addrus C. A
*tIr (7ds~si"~Qi~S3*W1W ~j

Niathushek Plans,

NOThE) FOR KV T?~Et~lS ANlI 1aU)UL~~

heist plAits,) for tltits trvin~ olhtiatto at~v4i
titne io~ges, tbSNAOttis2ttN. onnistruoted
botst rnetorisdrs1 at-hi thlOfit Uvt-I*lJsi
Witthilkian.titiit ObtAitlIhhiO
U~ to ijun in ,~,r*
flot~1i ats~. tin'
t3okl by uc cou4lklut'usly itat

wlehot.~t a single failure. TIf
want a pbt~o. ~or a Utetilmo',
.ervido 1.11$ tb.
Mathumhek T
I'rioou ass low ooMist*~t ~WWt qIIS)AW
trial. We VRy tl!*AWlbt. #t
for tsri~ea TOK~A'V.

Ludden & BatBs~

Southern Music H*use~

Farming linpiemeji

Botag~lit In Oar 1o1.. $o14 In sn,

(hit One of Our Vataloguu,

Baird Hardware Co.



Highest Market Prioss ~

415 to 4fl I~t JeiIa~s,
qAVA?(WA)I~ ~-z




pate 1

LW Is qosi~
~ olt~
~Aptlii~ at
hi ilvd it.

l iM ^ ttt e fo'~the be-

*siora .:bthe s 0tofpr
Ad', of a

-o:. pO' ,". rop gh

Of dt a'R@ 1a1o the f)rsathe
P 'iX'h 6 bupode us,

gf as Mrs.h
*th e br
sr".- e g olrit f

V. ;0 vkty,,We propd eorly

?ito it-.fh a mue who had

liar 110 ps own that I apooeded to
theresplt Was won-

w4wp'one bottlee of' miof Omtine, ortlan
t tow toits oured mea" For sal
,a at boat" a anidate for

1 4 athe RepublclrenSicket,
rlaItq to this city yeaseterday.

h Qhney 'is a warmn personal
1 loat Waltv er Rlobinson
fso|.c botte tdiewoes political
2P^teeus of Flourida4 and e" .Fornall

t 0 g01mes llfo inorsann. on
Sla e kingof things e
S took ocnasti I concluded top -

mn oeed ored what might. bu
a bittl Odtr., m- diotneoatas..
aen .l^t,.d,._ouradm ,X a oooaor salli

U "Ml^ ,T-0. O pey of, Orlando, onou
b:' 0slllomhient m. men. In Souh

.i r to..tla Ind yester day.

lmn.pos~ses of W*hat., mfght b6

tsiainng, anid ner fail to Impen
those who meet him. '
Sw..ant to say tratkly.that you have
sabeautiful town 'her, and It alway
| jy he*rt good to 0,iit you, Youv
R oW u not -the only attrtlot for
yut hawe some oT the Qlesert-t people
Ibe world,. and they make 'a fellow
AlWay~sat home."
Cheny dopartedon r he attr*
Atin for Palatka, where. lst
bei. had an Important pollit"al amn
pt. He will return to his hom

IFaed rom Terrible DIeath ."

."amIly of Mrs. M. L: Bobbitt of
t'n, Teno 6 aw her dyIng and
tpOraeto s*ave her, The msaj
of mvani and evrn edmnd
tt1uo r;thg her l-if. Rnc
b) ho ir, Drtung'a K] M W oopt~tatnfddBa




^t IPB 38@ 7.|plQ wero the
Mtay^T ^e ^ htlfle4 or W0a4deda
esWor e ,
itl 14 e OhwA to be tkptf.4. At nd*-
4ace4 of 4eth reignel th0.Twt of
t^' .. t . ,tr ets. 6
/ .::, The" Psrf it iW#ir Medicine.
d e A.- i y "p 0 T.o
write, ; o. eIrhae .u Yo~setl, for
uitober tf ye O e* eerf lay
recommend r.ei. t als t ai.. perfect
livq mdlblne, aad he 4st blood
porifesr, 'It i1 podieltie.0f positive
merst, and fulln y 2a onphee all that
it Olaimedt for.' t"A Mlarl'ia cannot
find a logeet In tih Pyteam while
ther hlivoer ~: ein' rt .esr one of
Uto fintIons ip tq p~4tW ptht absorp-
tp of. fever-p rodxtililg0Ao Her-
ie Is: itmote slo fl Vor. regulator.
^'."at.4TohnmswmB.rop.. _.......
O-Organ ,rindr C.alk rldomEr .n.
4.Iogdan. July, 24;-ThV,claim of wb
~am .I~ro tii:.iTner .T i. ^ te1tt, _Vlscounl
Itftc5no tIehe, ftrm-e? orgas. grinder Il
tht Btreest X. Ibtadp ., Who ls a claim,
ant t to th e r"d.ao fPouett, .was ~oe
fore the e 6ta .ftt; n'Yl#Yllege of thb
houee 1f iD teord$ iy, .The claimant
*Ohro IS of 'trilhg appearance, was
Ppr cpest Wlth-cotmn4el wiho rbeq'uested an
adjouRnnient pa .the grounds tha-t he
ld:a. not have his toastbmon. ,ready.
:The comniittee on prlvilegep granted
this .request, .and the sesulon. wase ad
..joturnQd. for the day. It is probable.
tat the Ae wll requreUe l seyeal days
or adudieation.
Cured of Itching Piles.
W, R, Flint, a merchant of Orchard,
Ia,, writes': "I had been greatly
troubled with itching piles for several
years, andt tried many so called pile
cures without relief, but was com-
pletely cured by Banner Salve.. It is
the best pile cure. Sold by J. W. Mc-
0ollun <& 0o." .

Take The Atlantic Coast Line

via vlI" via via
uoth Dupot fl'Duponvt a Dupont. or
S or ll or lSteams~ | Jack'vIte an
Joak'nvtWe5 JaoksonviUevU une Montgomery
Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
STime Table in effect May 24, 1908.
Depart For GAINE8VILLE ArriVe From



517-i19 W. BAY STREET, .IAIiliNVN l.T.[ FI.l>11).>

Daily mediate Points DailyTT
12:87 pm Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 8:40pm W I in I 1
Dally -1.Intermediate Points Daily W -1 OT I
9.26 pm Palazka, Daytona, Jacksonville, 1 :45 pmin
Daily 'North, East and West D aily TJacksonvil e n ine t '
11 40am i High Springs, Waycross. Savannah, Brunawiok, 12:10pm
Daily Albany, Atlanta, all Points North, East West Daily And
Daily iRochelle, Micanopy and Citra' Daily BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL
:50 ighSap:2rings pim DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprietors
ex. Sunday ex. Sunday ..
Interobangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the prin. JAs. M. GaAIAM, President GOo. W. HyDr, Vise-President
olipal railway n the southern States, are on sale by the rineitpal agents.
Through Puliman -leeper Port Tam a to New York, via Atlantic Coast
For complete information,tall on il i
J. A. OOODWIN, Ticket Agent, alanesville. 0 M A
-- -Add__dreow ...-_ __,. -.E. -.. ....--
FRANK 0. BOYLON Oem'iAxgs.. W. D. STARK Trav. Pasz. Agt THE ONLY ART R *rF
188W. BO ay t.Aitor BUildin aksonvi le TrI.,Pa Ag THE ONLY CHARTERED BANK IN ALACHUA CO.
H. M. EMERSON, Trat. g. w.'jORAIG, p. Psk. Agt., Capital ..........00000
N, ..*n, Traf. i wgt, Wilmingto, *..=o* S^urplu8 and Ui divided Profits.. .20,000 00
DO "an"" 11t". .. b f a ti es equal t aoy bank *i 6 State Souciit
theae oranot 3'awera;erchan bool a
al n esV aas & Eectri g htl Cl ....

^ l ont r aoio rall of your Eleetgio, Wrng. Fix- 1 L. IA I I 'A It
ture^ EBlectric Bells and Burglar Alarms We make a | u 1 lvi I L VY A Y
pof Eoletriec Wiring uarantin work to be
S i other Tri sociaton ore ing
ro war Si _i ,. Palatka, Fla.
S J O RDAN Fine Wines. Liquors and Beer
B. F. JORA N, ~, tle.Beer.a Specia1tyn iOrdero .il rmpt
attention, meut mA--orders y

INSUFRAN E Wit prices. Goodibe it





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m r4. Oleme;u ,h* bad ben; con-
' Oed tc h::. bef d 'w seersb
loevedo tobe an niable t hise " f "I
sh ie wa atl..on'paenth wera relorusly t r- f K M *** :;-' -|
*to.ed to eolh.. Te'c -turo was th ien mbevau.'c tO uni.
sepstatfElmira, N. Y., anid $ionng .
Cpaperian, thi a ewispaper repohtir, fOrm dRCe.
assent there to. ;Interv a .ss Langh the
eo te~ttervij' ,u Brrewed from th best hr w .Mal t
1o del o tl)k imprem. and imported hops 'a^ 4 i ered"
strs pare t th e aous Stored for maturing) at ijust
paper twin, :fl, for his part. i 2 timid-. and most WbooesoitidS. .
S'te piogrcs 0f h8s suit. But The 0raduct of
to NELr .^rifi$ ^nC one morning timid--
ItbW lui'H AnheuserOBusc BreWthgAss'n
p(iVate ofi wo l e that nan was -t. Louis, U. 8. A.. ;-
reated at Wr3 "reBr al oso of Black G Tan. Anheuser-Stanard. Ptl.Lasger.
S",Mr; I tdbu* -have you noticed Irnut. Export Pale, Exqulalte.. Michlol b, au Haltt-putrine.
Sanythng-between- your daughtert- -Orders pronpTy filled y.
and-e?" J. F. EDWARDS, Wholesale Dealer. Qaino01!e: ^ d Ocala, Fla.
' "lo!"'' shouted trie objecting parent, -!" .... ...-.- ,.-.. -.--. ..- --. ...-- ~-- - -.- .
full view ofhll visitor.. . J 9 Theyteorariy
"Wellt st. the youd mans l e .a o- .. constipation
turned to the doo, read r .for instant .... .. agtaingthe
fl.g, u-keep iharp-lookout bowel, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
- you-willl" secret enough bile to make the intestines
execute their natural functions Unnat-
-o... adua-sh-4a--aunlea ..nno ural agitation caused by cathartics, compels . -
Duamley-She does qupte some of the tittUal an mincrea g doses to-.... -
mosttlmppropriste tlhiinga at times- attLa the results.
Mise WuLaderV-Wtpat'$ hwer latest?
DuOmley-I t was telling her that I
aomemees, rtrin frona orintg hi t a acts on the
discussion for fear of making a fool f :W river; cures Ch(l';
my~'aplf. and ,she add one ed6uld not and Fever, and every form of
paint th lily or ogild retired gold."- P Malarlal, Billous, Remittlng and lti-
P .idlp miting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
A& ihe leceptloan. trouble, works permanent cure. "
"I think Daisy Is going to announce FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
her engagement to Dtck tonight."" w g
"Did hoe tel you she was?" For Sale >by Johnson Bros.. Gainesville
"No. But -see how uncomfortable ....______. __
Dick looks."--Harper's Bazar.
To the Voters of Alachea County : A FULL
I hereby announce myself a candl- a
date for the offloe of sheriff subject to ,
the ation of the next Demooratic pri- ..'
mary. If eleeted I promise to die-
charge the duties of the office to the i r7
very best of my ability,. and I solieit |M /
the support of all voters at the polls. I[ W .Sl4.t
., enbtp l|fo keet u t b. r ...,r-.-

-: "--- --~~--- --

t 0ffo* Onue Way
Vl Line Railroad
; oli p i 7I* n, one way
Iip nto and ,issis-
Cap noinnati, 0.,
4Loii5tSville, Ind., Pa.
D* dt r,, st. Louis, Mo.,
an 4i'A1so in basing rates
f fre to uagn. (tickets not to
be sioi iphis proper), for
point it th of the line of the
Fripsc l a >(Memiphis to Kahns&s
City, hfoll0wing points in Flor-
ida, Ge North and Iouth Car-,
olinaa aid Mabama located on this
system, r to, hich the company forms
part of at&' tt hrried ticketing route,
at folooS.g rates under conditions
named .
-RateO--0Aeha0lfof the standard one-
way far', plus $2.00.
Dates of ,al-March 8 ad 17, 1903;
April 7 and 21, 1908; May -5 and If
1908; Jaune2 and 16, 1903; July 7and
21,190$8, August. and 18, 1903; Sep-
tember 1 and14 1908; October 6 and
20, 1903. November 3 and 17, 1903.
Limit-OZntifiuous passage.
Con4itions--Contract and each cou-
pon of tickets to ;be faced "second-
class, l Ot good in parlor or sleeping
Here ate some of the staple crops of
the dtffIrnt sections of this territory:
All, aveetables and small fruits,
peaches, peao grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other rains, tobacco, cotton,
peanuts,. iay, rice.
The po#cy of the Atlantic Coast Line
is to faster all. developments along its
It claims that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it pro-
vides every facility for getting farm,
garden and orchard products to the
northern markets in the best possible
condition, in shortest time, and at low-
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
write for formation in detail about
[ the terotory of the' Atlantic Coast
Line. _
SCholera Irifantum.
T long been regarded as one
kic'-he m z4n.d erous and fatal dis-
eases to which infnits are subject. Itj
can be cured,ohowever, when properly
treated. All that is necepsary is to
give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as
directed with each bottle, and a cure
is certain, *For stile by all druggists
and medicine dealers.
One-Way -.Settlers' and Round-Trip
Home'Seekers' Rates.
The Seaboard Air Line railway have
arranged the following attractive rates
to Manatee, Briidentown, Ellent on and
Sarasota, Fla:
From Ohio River Gateways.
One-way settlers' tickets endorsed
second class, not good in parlor or
sleeping oars, to be sold to' all points
on the U, &. & W. I. R. i. and S. S.
Co. line at rates based one-half of the
flrst-class limited fare, plus $2.00.
P& Tickets will be sold oU the first and
t'ird Tuesdays of each month, to and
including November 17tb, 1903.
Home seekers' excursion tickets to
Parrish, Ellenton, Palmetto, Braidi'-
towis Manatee, Oneoo and Sarasota
(agenoy stations), at one fare, plus
$2.00, for the round trip. Tickets will
be sold on the first and third Tuesdays
of each month, toand including No-
vember 17th, 1908, with final limit
twenty-one days from date of sale.
Tickets will be good to stop-over on
Saboa&rdAr An-fr-mllway en route on
going journey within fifteen-day
transit limit.
The Seatoolrd Air Line railway
have issued some very attractive ad.
vertising matter, covering these rates,
which i8 being ditributed extensively
through the Iloith, East and North-

FPot Over Sixty Years
MrI. Winalow Soothing Syrup has
been aue.y dhildrxdb while teething.
It BootheU e hildsoftens the gums,
allays pluas, ieurMs wind colic, and
h4 the best re.edy for diarrhoea.
Twenty*fve e:nts a bottle. Sold by
all drug hroogbodtL1t the world.
Summer .Tourist Rates Via Atlantic
COpst Line.
Tickets tM m Sale via the above
popular tmte to the principal summer
resort*40tloaigUt thhe country. Tiok-
t a ma r tt'rAlMg. ntil. October
St, llert atop-over priv-
Fia" r^ aid t. .Ott.,


*.11 R, AL D ER MA

S [Sueew to S er& A emnul


Graduate paltipiqre College Dental SuByery
yive year' exp etane tn New York OLt.
Crown. Bride work Md Uingr Spei6ltte.s,
Has Cured Thousands, Will AoL. WoRaKo IAANTMuaD
Cure You. Oruca o. EaPr K a. O AK GA Vrtl. l.A
If you are troubled with kidney or FURNW RBEPAIRED
bladder troubles, such as dropsy, and Made New.
Bright's disease, catarrh, gravel of the LOOKING GLASSES U -SILYV=ZU
bladder, albumen in urine and un- w sell
healthy deposits, or too frequent dis- with you on the eommlaon bast s P trontste
charge of the urine, pain in the back soo licitedB adataotionalwuys,
and bladder, dropsical swelling of the Qao. U. WALXMa .ANOMU.LT. U TATLUO
feet and legs, etc., etc., we guarantee
that by using Smith's Sure Kidney WALKER & SiAYLOR
Cure, a complete cure will be effected.
Price 50 cents and $1.00. For sale by ATTORNEYS-.\ I-l.WV,
JO1NSOXN IlROS. Jacksonville. Florida
-. 4-8-02
The Wazy (trris In le Bklte" DeDaV "
ment tore .to wVa t WMhe SCH 't
'Thle girls in I lirge dpi)artinent store, 182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla
says F'atik I.esii's. are. a a rule, Ir ii Opposite Postotloe.
ftuliy wiiatla I not only in the store, but
6uI o' It. the hu i r lt l' ofath depart- Best dinimnf place in city. Finl
meart k iows tproly Weill the habits of Wines, Liquors and Cigatrs.
his salel st dii';s knows how much it -i
costs Thia it, liv ndul bow they spend 'rHE WEST 5END,
'tl .- v',u:in. It is vasy for him to
get tl in a tiO t ierty through FINE W'N ES., LIQUORS & CIGARS
thle stoVre ti(tcrtivo. but inll nany other JulIt'1 MMNZIES. Proprietor,
W91,4. l-21 WN. laiy st.. Jacksonville,
'The buyr is. flS a yth a tolerant Ftust ier,hottlbeanddra eight. Dounl
person. w, Ires only for two things- fail to ; ,,io me when In Jacksonville
Itnti'ly. Il.:t !)h girls "deliver the -- .....
s"-- it at thoy ier spbiget W HEN IN JACKSONVILLE
'hsks"l);>i8 1!i t they appear respect- v.
able. If thl4y stay out so late at night Visit the-
that they dlo not reach the, store prompt. THE ORYS Pi'A. SALOON AND ROOF
ly in the i)orni'iil they imay be dim, GARDEN.
clhn rgod. tr:nst,,'rrred oiarn one depart. The b't-r. liquors in the city. Enter-
ntiot t( on tilr r utmerely not rise In talnmeni tt vry night at Roof Garden
til w':y t t tlavry. detipenlliing oei the de' Theatrv
r'e' (tf. t! ir p i lits emeanor. If the girl's . -.....
bo.,O k is lnsti .-.ra'ctory she is simply. Z MEN AND WOMEN.
dishliared or trnstferrcd. and no repi- ,n M lator nansaurh
son is i'te n lont If shbo is wine she I1n 1 to 411tearl> r.lns m tiias (stelti.,
illowiv tie r('-a:Ion why. Ie. aIert I ri* iof at ao r rl dnloratD.i
If, o n i 'a ot!ther hand. the lrl is a Ift-i"4t 0t 4 0 entoroIasaotrOI".
goo-l sI!er th!> buyer will excuse a iNOIJNlATa sold ivDmslgtl
gri- "t dilal in the way of Irregiilarlty of V.1 4. or meat litn plat wratptr,
Stby eapreO pOtrMli ioI
Itallits. .\ long t a :in gl. ticks closely a iMr. I er ,ttle 171.
to hItis'tn4s she4 is atlowed a great deal i rcular set o ore"l u
of fr 'eteni. lnt when her "book" be- .....
gins to suiffr it is (tite for her to "look -
oulit." ,, "
A Lawyers aia.
Here is the ftory nf an Ohio lawyer V
wilio ditd not blcoie n ipolltlciann, as he
w ts not bIil oin ipollt l I tlne. It is t.o'h ,t I I ,, o n, o
toldl Iy at W it.liiingtol 1 1i1i. who ,Was lS W r epi'r n t 1) ill Vc rie
his ('ctlrk it Oil(t tinier. Lawyer r. ws iHOW[) ,t S WL
a griniT sort of p In iniakiing every one pay for every
service. One of his clients was the
president of a bank, who, during the
pendPney of his cirse. dropped into the
lawyer's otlic< very frequently and it .
told stores. 'The lawyer wits a good WASHINGTON D0. 0.
llslotner. and seemed to enj& the -- -
stories very inutich, but after the bink-
er went out Lawyer B. would ay:
*Iere, charge Mr. -- $10 for an hour T A
of my tlme. If I have got to Iiten to
his stories be Ithas got to pay me for
It." Finally. the till was made out and Baypo i
carried to the muniker. It was an Item- Dayp
Ized account. stating the date of each its. t. B. TAYIA) L, latnaer.
call. lie scanned it closely and re-
"lie has made me pay for it p rett RATES REASON BLE. The fiust
well, hasut h'? fresh and salt water fishing to be had
"Pay for what?" asked the clerk, in Florida. Fresh and salt water bath.
"For listening to my stories." lng to be had in a short lstance frot
And theon be paid the bill.-Washing- otel. Take the trai t s Broohkvtlia
ton I'ost. and drive over to IiaypoI~t by1pr~vstf
An Olrtim ir t. -. ...-__ __ _
le' an optosptimt.." oo a F S E E BA
"Yes. He think he gets bhadsomer W F S E B A h ,
as he grows older.--Dctrollt]IB_ .. _._ ___..
Press. Whiitleiale aindROtaI
Hope is always liberal, and they that LI U 0 R DEAL ER
trust ber promises make little s ple
of reveling today on tle profit of t --
inorrow-J o'bo,0
.. . Ifosr fu quart old MneIrm Wh -$410
--.- .-.-- -.- -.- - -.-.-----^ key.^ exress twfrepald. I'.*. 1,., r


CALIFORNIA AND RETURN ot w:say at. Jk n ,i .

First-class round trip tickets from R. T. IAFE, 1 rftepw.
0Gfnesavilleon ae JuMy 81 to Au nst
18; eormipondiax rats *from ohher
points. Ticket goWod going erOate.
and retrnring anotbefr'. Eavoufbei C. icmtAOwk All
stop-over arrangsiat. FVnai limit *lh uA W ft. ,
October i. : '
Ro66" trip rmteaW to somle siuj Aov i4. AM gj
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and the EAST. HOT SPRlN( N. C
'The NORTH and WEST1... "The Sapphire Coulity.

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AND i U nOUE::

SWe wil ship you, expe ptpaid
4afl uO a ub.....
full quart ,oU t ..

4 fus l quarts oa!7.r..1..i.... ....'.

417 q9 0
li s Wquart rMt la

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gh ,, in

a. 64nt .is e i
Qc^ild in ^re

a ~a~Pa4.i.L 4 to rela-.

$ Iatolts 0yeweret
# Qdeuterday, i
Sta qlip;daughter,'M~s I
~s r hle, depityed yeW.
Vist 4" Dniell, onf t

91 bttdrry of .High
ibuothn ofLakhe COty, is visit-
a i l l of: br anole, V.

^ lfew of\ them or the,
Qp ,.100,Alfeet qladre 8-

tid,.fgl itre ant flowers,
^ Vf|otbn ploasantos(t tlo reia-

lp5.M.as LotIe, of Olya. t.ere
gIJ a tbohecltyyesterday. .,
I %. .hyalia.sEerii, daughter, Miss
^^ tn4 .|onpharli'e,:4ep~rte4 yes-
^^J|^a blef'-yisit'to Duonielon. *
~de3$belt-on formerlyy of.nHigh.
now oxalIe Olty. ls visit-
sh|^;fahly of' her uncle, -8. V.

l^lyour nice, fat.. ad young''ohiik-
^A ~rum the Gaiaesv il Ie Grocery Corn-

^^tI ~ 1.00 fett square, 8-
Klwg]jw;a la,f.ralit trees an14 flowers,
^ei^sity9 "'~liaf~,: easy; terms.
'^aj J^ W^aiumwtgbitan4 d'soghteir,
|?3flsJHB~, baiveiretu~rned tfro'm a pleas-
^||*ho^ Ifamnily. 'ofHo. .T. A.

K *lr^oe^ui ^.3 Smith of the:

ci ii

brief b ps trip t Jacksoville.
^i nr| 0hiyl':i|^^as|; I *r*rom a

Afer p brlef Visit tb hi:. family in
tilsoity,0. ',MIPon has returned to

Peas, t, neatly 'ftlrnishedkooms for
sngyiwglmen $L per week and up.
S..Of batlfee. Apply Urown House.
iri .'0. Iingst. of Fernandina,
aftera :.bPrsant visiato he daughter,
Mrcts.George .Lynn. haFs returned to her.
horme. .
0W. Caseo'departed yesterday for
points in the West dn on business
connected with the Dutton. Phosphate
Remember the excursion to 'ampsa
over the Seaboard Alr Line Wednes-
4ay,J.mu~y 2/4 Pftre, r-ound trip, only
'2.25. Tickets limited to three days.
Mr.R. M, Ohamberlain and child
of t.a.oma were in the cito y yesterday.
Th .y were .Ou route to. White Springs,
where they will recuperate for a few

Warren $uglish of Tacomna was in
theoity for a fe~y hours yesterday, He
was en rouse tp points In Georgia,
Where he expects to spend the re-
mainder of Lhe heated term. .
Wanted, by the American Oil and
Chemical Company bids to furnish
two hundred aords pine wood each
monthh for a period of one year. For
peqifloations see E. Baird. d2taw-wtf
Mies' Jane" and Hassle Smith re-.
tburned yesterday from Columbia and
other points ii South 0arolina, where
ttey have been visiting relatives and
friends.' They report a most delight-
fil ttibe. ,
Excursion to White Springs over
Gainesaville and Guitl railroad Tuesday,

July 28. Leave Gainesville 0:45 a. m.
Tickets good returning up to and in-
cluding July 81. Fare, round trip,
only $1...
Nellie Sohafer of North Gainesville
made her debut it. society last night
and opened the same with a party to
numaurons friends. She is dustined to
be quite popular, as the large number
who attended her opening fully

O',Don~ah isnders f.-^i^ -N~ "

. O .-0 ,W,.( h Ise and Mrfs. Pri'gl4y
Oof $evr! w4.eksa' Atate te~ ,

W .H.. ope, one of the progressive
merchanth o A' lphla, was 'among the
bostps vibltrske to ths city yest'Gerdayoga

Miss Louise. LatFon tigee has retu rned
fromap a bety but pleasantr is o r akt.
WOaldo; under
Garrets C hasberlain of Tacomaring
have retu riretl. from a delightful out~ing
of several w~ekw at Atlaaio te-Breh'cr "

W. .Popeone of thee most progressivive young men
merf thaitsec of was trading amng the ty
buies vitr to this city yesterday
MisDeputy SLaerifont Lee haivingstou of New-d
from A brief btut pleasant. visit to r<$la-
'ti'es -and friends at. flawthorn and
GarreittV. Obanberlain pf Tacoma,
one of the most progressive young men
of that section, was trading in the city
yesterday. /
berry, one So theriff Lmost competent of-
berry,. one ofi the most competent of-
ficials in the county, was attending the
county court in this city yesterday.
When it's choice cuts of nice. tender
meats that you want remember to
'phone Weeks Bros., No. 40. They al-
ways givee satisfaction and guarantee
the s of service. -
A. 0. Steenbnrg has returned from a
brief business' trip to Kirkwood. He
owns a lage nzmtber of cattle in That
vicinity and has been engaged in
branding this week.
Burt Anderson qf Wade, a member
of the firm of Riley and Anderson,
general merchants, was a business vi-
itorto this oity yesterday. He reports
a fair trade, considering the season.
Miss Kittle -tringfellow of Hawthorn
is visiting relatives and friends in ths
city for a few days. This popular
young laty has a host of friends in
Galnesville who always extend her a
hearty welcome.
Miss Daphne Lewis, a charming
young lady of Bartow, is being enter-
tained in this city for a few days by

Miss Bessie Oolson. Mrs. M. ). Col-
son of Trenton is also visiting her son,
Perryfl. Colsour.
Yes, we do Job printing in up-to-
now style at the lowest prices com-
mensurate with good work and good
material. Don't forget to send your
order to The Sni when in need of any
kind of printed matter.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Swearingen and
children have returned from a few
wteks' delightful outing at White
Springs, They report a most delight-'

l uf time and st

e( :^ W of' a * n^ o wa aW W wnv-v ~ I ^ ^t-.- -l --.-. -_ ~ -
"l('Sp'pr''ln'ge yVesterday. He wa demons trid, eso'to s well fi
o'W Sptritngs yPeiatk erday. Hwa Parties desiring to visit Tampa ard uto
.... rout Pala,. a. other points In outh Florida should F. Dutton
{:r.uGat Tlue to White Springs and avail themselves of the grand excur, their annual oi
Spturn Tesdays July. 28, only $1.25, slon which will be given to Tampa condition of t
S'vilaalnesvtllle & Gulf. Tickets good over theSeaboardAir Line Wednesday, crop in Florida
retVnnitngup to and including Jmly 81. the 29th lst, it only 226, erou c on prepare t
I -trip, good returnidg~i n three days. l0t, condton. ofear th
nra.J 'W. iarr of Jaeksonville, who Oan you speak 8panish? It not you condition of th
|Klbben in this city for the' past week can easily learn'by sending two cents S t .
'aith. guest of her brother, James A. postage to W. J. Craig, general passen. Mrs. L. W. I
awon., returned to her home yeter- er agent, WilmIngton, N. C., or W. Miss Alma, reti
r- H. Leathy, division passenger agent At- pleasant visit ti
dy., lantio Coast Line Railroad, Savannah, Mieanlopy. Th
ir-r a ha liver try. Chamberlain's (in., and sectsre opy of booklet of Mr. prce,
SanLiver Talets, Theyin- "What to SayinSpaish and How to byMs ce
j th thl" liver,aid the digestion, Say It." tf will be the guei
glate the bowels and prevent bil- Mohes Gherman js anitor at the court few days.
attacks. For sale by al druggists house, is one of the most Industrious Don't forget I
ta ne:ilIne dealers, Individuals in, the county. When he Springs via Gal
l p;eial service, to Tampa over Sea- Is not emplnyetTn other duties about' Tuesday, July 2
iard Air iLine on the 29th inst. 8pe- the building he is exercising his mus- 8:45 a. m. Tici
ra1trtun will Jeave Gainesville at ele in beautifyliag the grounds, in til July 81st.
i o l m.,,.cnneing at Waldo and whioh he manifests a great pride. tunity to visit
lnv tg in Taunpa at o'clockk p. m., Moses is what may commonly be River resort.
dlite nay. "The last excursion of the termed a "orackerjack" when it comes trip.
alsson to the South Florida cil .. to industry. No man or w<
r ,,. ... ,After a couple of days spent in this hesitate to rpea
S eucty fo ;s of Tallahassee was city J. L. Rankin, State organiser and stomach anm L
anfth oity for a. few houtra yesterday, ing them. Th,
I' was et route home fot" Irrine, past grand 'achem of the Improved pleasant mover
'here he has 6non blet mvist Order of Red Men, departed yesterday prove the appet
!.here he ha8been oa ..brlef visit to for High Springs, where he will make digestion. Fo
Smother Mrs. 8. Lewis ,Mr. a official visit to the lodge. Mr. and medicine d
tli4wi swas laeoorpasb e ,. abh nkiu- s- not early wail advanced in W. L. Hil,
his two sweet ltle chi dren, Elisabeth is beautiful order, but is also high agent of the Nd
t Sallie, who will apnr few doy up In Masonry, Odd Fellowship and Company*, aftet
St .heir grandmother. Pyth'iantsm,with all of whom, he is Tampa and oth
:bln P. Bartleson arrived in the city prominently connected, on business, ha
itterday and will' sped a couple of l am prepared to accommodate par- in this city. M
4s with hisl family here. Mr Bal. ties of ten or more for outings on the one of the mn
s connected with the rm of 0 Gulf, lshing ad hunting. Rates $15 esau insuran
K eimnt conncte wlt. h Erm of 0, per weekW *fr eWoh man or woman,. x- .oex -su insuran
.Bartleson & Co., Jacksonvtile, and oeelto sleeping aeoommrdatio ono F-D. irwin
4is' been for the past two weeks act- house boat launch, parties furnishing ter, merchant i
dglu.a substitute for A J, Doyle, their own bedding.. Capacity of boat of that thrivin(
# lag salesman, who hst bean oonn .jersonno Partiea wiahtn~a to take (wI business yes
Si- bed wit ever. He ot sa should mke advance engage- oSn h agre*a
-'| d hl bod with fever. He r-m ent, stating desired time of depart- 8nn l agreea
ttagoddtrade. ure. Address W. R. lines, Cedar been in businec
...... Key, a. d8twit .eral years, and
new sidewalk is being laid on Ma Turner Brewer of Wayertas, cesa. He is on
r Garden street between Court Ga., ftormerly Mls Willie Moyers of ful men in that
Oange, in front of the pro06rty thisa oty, hs arrived in Gainesville and Day Edwards
,by MesMrsM.L. C. Smith and will be th guest of her parents, Mr. has Just oompl
Roson. The material being and Mr. Geo W. Myers. tor slew of the target r
'^lohuaa took, which makes a days. Mr. and Mt. Brewer have'been Guarie, which
sd tening pavement. The soiouratt at Whita 8prings for the ha1's lane. We
ng dst e Soo -er thewasupe, past few days, al"d the latter pro- arrangement I
h D.. E d on t oeinonees Xhat a. m t eiehantingresort. having reverm
l-^l^ -0^'*^.^ M r. amwg *juiotar ., ~the ymar*kmanaa T
: j eotty this' *aqewan Atuesmon ese aled a vary
H~~ffilsssZb-Z.^mW ba ~ -~
^B^BM ^ BMBr~l~f^^rin~ 'a- rfsl' r ^^ ^1'n >t4at-

ate that that famous
lled at this season. .
& Co. are now mailifig
'oulars asking about the
he Sea Island cotton
and Georgia, and will
heir report showing the
e staple in these two

Fennell and daughter,
turned yesterday from a
o Mrs. Zk M. Price at
ey were accompanied
nd two daughters, who
sts of Mrs. Fennell for a

the excursion to White
nesville & Gulf railway
8th. Leave Gainesville
kets good'returning utn-
An excellent oppor-
the famous Suwannee
Fare, only $1. 5 round
oman in the State will
k well of Chamberlain's
iver Tablets after try.-
ey always produce a
nent of the bowels, im-
its and strengthen the
>r sale by all druggists
te. efficient traveling
iw York Life Insurance
r several weeks spent in
er South Florida points
s returned to his home
[r. Hill is regarded as
It competent and sue-
oa men in the South.
of. Fairbanks, postmas-
and cigar manufacturer
g village, was in the city
It4tiday and made The
ble a)l. Mr. Irwin has
ms at Fairbanks for sev-
has made a great sue-
eof the most success.
i, the' street contractor,
etld tihe re-aarangement
enge of she Galheaville
is. located ia Counning-
uGseauevfile, The ye-
s completee, the same
,d t 'posites of thI
-, oT .. .

-There Was No Evidence Against Gay, -. le"
Reinhardt and l.ewis and Tihsy Were 8 Luple,.:p 6 :dt.
Disch.arged Rogers .and 3 Craig.Un-" e .-,' ir. '^ ^

dr ond. fn ied when deJsie3d

There Was No Evidence Against Gay, RO EtN U uui'
Fleinhardt and Lewis and They Were a1 8UpJ41t8 i t^ d~te.
fDischarged-Rogers and Craig Un- 'Heafr~ '4and CarrLfces
der Qond. furniheied whiendesired:r

The curtain rose on the second abt in
the alleged illegal whiskey selling
drama in Judge Mason's court Friday,
when George Rogers, who conducted a
saloon at the time the county was voted
dry at Wade, and for whom a war-
rant was sworn out by Sheriff Fen-
nell, was arraigned.
As was stated in The Sun of yester-
day, the sheriff was unable to find
7Mr. Rogers, but that party was after-
wards informed that the warrant had
been issued and turned over to Deputy
Sheriff Lamb. He surrendered to Of-
ficeir Lamb and came with him to this
'city Thursday night.
There were two charges against Mr.
Rogers for selling whiskey in violation
of the law, and the defendant was
placed under a bond of $300 for each
The eases of S. G. Gay of High
Springs, and F. C. I einhardt and
Oharles Lewis of Wade, were dlismiss-
ed. for want of sufficient evidence.
In the case of J. T. Crpaig, defendant
waived examination and gave bond for
$800 for his appearance at the circuit
S Was Wasting Away. '
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts, of Salem,.Mo., is instructive.
"I have been troubled with kidney
disease for the last five years. I lost
flesh and never felt well, doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without r.,Iief.
Finally I tried Foley'e Kidney Cure
and less than two bottles completely
cured me and I a"n now sound and
well." Sold by J. W. Mcollum & Co.
Congregations at Holy Trinity Continue
Large, Despite Warm Weather.

Owing to the presence of the rector
and a fine choir of Holy Trinity Epis-
copal church, that parish is holding its
congregations, notwithstanding the
oppressive summer season.
..rs,. John Gray, one of the most
competent musicians in the State, has
resumed her position at the organ,
after a vacation of a few weeks, which
is a sufficient guarantee that the mu-
sic will be kept at the highest stand-
ard. "Mrs. B. A.. Berker, one of our
most talented musical artists, presides
at the piano, and Misses Hampton and
Richards with their violins, add ma-
terially to the musical part of the pro-
gram, With Messrs. Lynn and Dale,
bass and tenor soloits of the highest
character, assisting the regular choir,
the Episoopalian church is certainly to
be qongratulated. upon its musical
On Sunday morning the choir will
render DeSteiner's great anthem, "I
Am Alpha," with Mr. Lynn as bass
soloist. .tn the evening Dr. Roberts'
splendid setting of "Seek Ye the
Lord," will be rneadered with Mr. Dale
as soloist, assisted by quartettes and
chorus parts. At this service Arch-
deacon Gray will deliver an address
upon the "Religious Influence of the
Roman Catholic Church in This Coun-
try." The public is cordially invited.
All Druggists and Medicine Dealers
Will Buy It Back.
You assume no rik when you buy
Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. All druggists and
medicine dealers will refund your
money if you are not satisfied after
using it. It is everywhere admitted to
be the most Successful remtedy in use
for bowel complaints and the only one
that ever fails. It is pleasant, safe
and reliable.


,' ,: '. -'.,* i: .

Personal attention to
all b1Usinesstn this line.
Orders by mail graph promtly attend-
ed to.



(118 E. UNION ST.)

SSpecial Reductions in several

grades while the cards last.

(South Side Snuar)
air uttng. hari, Shampool .
Hot and Cold Boths. First-lass worko
a~nd courteous attention. *

Secured One Thousand Mlorit. From
a Small Tract of Ground. a-
James A. Dawson, the dairyman who
conducts a first-class place in North
Gaiftesville, by his recent experience
has demonstrated that he knows a
thing or two about other things than
milking cows and selling the produc-
Mr. Daiiwson had this season a small
tact of land measuring a little more
than a half acre which ho- planted in
watermelons, and from which he mar-
keted one thousand at a fair price.
These melons were of choice varieties,
and were disposed of in the Gainesville
market, thus saving the freight to the
owner. He is well pleased with the
venture, and says that this little field
netted him handsome returns.
Consumptives Need Not Despair
As many eases pronounced hopeless
by physicians .have been cured by
Foley's Honey and Tar. L. M.' Rug-
gles, of Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The
doctors said I had consumption aad I
got no relief until I used Foley's
Honey and Tar. It helped me right
from the start and stopped the spitting
of blood and the pain in my lungs and
today I am sound and well ." Sald by
J. W. McCollum & Co.
Jacksonvile Signs Anderson.
Jacksonville has signed Anderson.
who has been pitching an occasional
game for Gainesville during the sea-
The manager of the Jays could have
secured White and some of the others.
but the Jays had played with the
Gainesvillh team, and knew that An-
derson was superior to the boasted
White, or any of the other twirlers
Gainesville his hai this season.-

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