Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 05 5, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID02118
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
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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S!NO L ENEFIT I ...L dI IIss' ...+


eoleay nghs Purities the TBleod4 4
0~r~tWriay~V~4*~. Makes Strotng Ner
.TALE.T IS EMPLOYED ,

I! ", '".. -C : :,, A IN ' ', E L".P
: S- t''ofLtheLn 0Bd 0g
s 0g*tow is Expected.-.A Rare Ottance,
Sfo. Enjoyable Evening'. Wearlesss insomnia, impure blood,
he management of 'Litt'le' Bo" a in nerve troubles make ife a burden
and e teuep Pwoft ) irs. W:tgs In he for o.r women ti springtime. Aoimu-l
Cabbage Pati have announced ba. lations of Waste and ImothI matters. in
th. play l be held Friday evening, the bioodduiRing winter season have poi
M a .tbe opera house, "- ed the ld stpast cUaiini the liver
Littleob" I omedyn lt w,, ,eco:i' %i#I andthekdnes. are
Its)1 od, le6ditoumor, + wit and re ufrit Able to remov, wase
Thedivers trying and ebr, and d'.ger o'ri ddcts from the sys.-
a4s I6atlorwI in which bthe different te_ I~ I o time for thIe slek-and ail-
are paced in. their .florts ig torri)eat the. root of trouble. The
!o ln l from each other a, secret. month of Ig ay should be a time of re-
Sknown but misinterpreted by 1cupetloiand cure. The needed and
I r .' e needdedkand
i, ermits the greatest amusement .blessed work can be successfully ae-
,o..are seven characters Those complished .. by the use of Paine's
9 ave witnessed .the rehearsals Oelery Oumpound, the only nied-
neethat t willfbe one of the best ieinp 9that can correct unhealth
orentertainments of she year. nerve aettotn, and feed the nerve
aoung ladies and gentlemen coem. centers with elements that will build
n ~ g4 the caste have been workng them op into' healthy. tissues. Try
S iE r ifirv fe feeks under the supervis. Paine's :elory Compound this month
.o. .f ..stantors who hare -particl. f you are soiffering, weak, languid, and
by aL p11 ;desponrident happy and blessed results
gin tile fiabbggePateh" '-
m ore ieal, genuine laugh.6 WAS WELL PLEASED.
4 ya I (arse presented thy' sea-
Sis simply bsiinlg ov. w"t A. M. Cushman, Grand Master of Odd
lhee scenes .lonoe will be Well i Fellows, Talked for Havana Post.
the plise of adiiualon, Judging from a short interview which
ttsrtain*t is gWe for oet occurred., in the Havana Post. of the
4`4poies And is being cordilly 26th t0., 1on the occasion of the recent
4 by the Eleve executive eom,- excurlsion of the Odd Fellows to a"
S" "I vana, A. Caushman of thit city was
Seminary stsudents propose to apparently impressed with the city
Itha dmmenoement exercises of and country. Mr. Cushman said:
4it0'on ne of the most brilliant s "I am agreeably surprised with the
4tory, 4nd show the people oa f llmate as well as the condition of the
$e that they are as protd of 0city. Was of the opinion 'that the heat
l, as high it had been was unlbearable, but find it very comrn-
ith the name of university. portable and a good cool breeze at all
a 111 be on sale today at Mil- times. Would be pleased to remain
vrt'iand by members of the longer it business was such that I
[eg committee. could. The hotel people have been
Stime committee I
1 th time for the people f 1yvery courteous and have shown us
ll to help the Seminary, and every attention, especially our guide,
S terest in the school. TheI Mr. Murro."


Notbitig Else Capi Do.
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lopse should be crowded. One Too Great a Risk.
of ~yl 0 the season, for one
Sbet plays of the season for o In almost every neighborhood some-
one has died from an attack of colic or
QRATLY ALARMED cholera emorbus, often before medicine
,',--- could be p'icured or a physician sum-
Poliei~t.-ouglh, but Perma Moaned. A reliable remedy for these
y P'rtstnt bough, tPiseases should be kept at hand. The
mntly Ourqd by Chambertlain's risk is too reat fo any one to take.
Cough Remedy. Chamberlain A olice, Cholera and
II.P.Burgea student at law Diarrhta Remetdy has undoubtedly
saved the lives of mor ,eeolo and re-
SG!eenville, S. C.,'had been troubled lived n ore pain and suTffering than
for *toir or five years with a eonitinu- ally other medicine in use, It can al-
as cougb which he says, "greatly ways' be depended upon. For sale by
iwied me, causing me to fear that I all druggists and medicine companies.
S .tbe first stage of consumptionn" WILL CHALLENGE MERCHANTS.
SZurbage, 'having seen Chamber-
al A i Cough Remedy advertised, con-. Traseling Men Want to Show our Mer-
oded to try it,' Now read what heI chants How to Play Ball.
Sof- It: "I m0oon telt remarkable Gainesville people may soon have an
`%""R and after using two bble of opportunity of witnessing a right novel
*14a;wento-tlive'oensW, as'ipernanl
n- 0r5y." Sold dgs ,1 .2,,,r ,+ game of baseball, as the traveling men
te jde n companies. propose to issse aa challenge' to the
.' merchants of the city for a game to
southern After Coal Mines. be played at an early date. The com-
K.x, le, May 4.-It is: s w venJ out .mercial boys are not particular as to
ihere that the :Southern railway Is seek- where the proceeds of the game will
a. excltelve control of the Mddles. go They are merel. after a good
_,ro Cj .. . f. te-,, S-.outher-nr y tr+all
4"toro, .l. coal mines. The Souern tine,.and want to show the people of
ieen tearing te entire oftp se Gainesville that they can play ball-as
the: ..... dleu-bcro coal district for sleV~ Ittevletat a pa la
'al months. o It is idls a wre successfully as they can sell goods.
oral~i vinolit ItIssl' 0l4a is are ab "
on tOt for openingup several addi, Should a game be arranged the date
,tioanal ,$nea in that ,region., which will be announced later.-
when lo operation are expected to I World Wide Reputation.
supply all the steam coal 'needed bIy WVhit's Oresin "Vertmifuge has
the Southern railway's divisions that achieved a world wide reputation as
are dependent upon Tennessee and be hee or ll reptao
'; 1 ,eiucli ; "or ".__their coal. Whibg L the best of all worm destroyers,
....t., y m_ .. -i _-.,. and for its tonie iiinftitueto on weak aild
OIe'S 's Kidne~y+ " ,~ J.u -rifty.. children. as it, nekitralies., the
4 4 ,1g ,Y_ kW4Y and bkd-et r I acidity or sourness, of th1ttoinach, t111-
p)rovel their dignstio d aissitnila-
Athena Pightg Cocaine Sale.. iton of fotxo, strengthens their nervous
11A1thns, Ga., May 4 4.The illegal system and restores +,em-, to the
41k#le df eri hi th'i is t b" --health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
l.e 6 t the t'u enf +m natural to childhood. 'Use at. Jolhi,,
t~, ip by, th~e :~~ientc e,e r]IO41 t.
4" .0 of the law. A few days since
Iro man a. ,oy was errael Notice of Teachers' Examination.,
y the use of I h1 'drug, and attemptlit An examination of applicants for
Sto take the lil'fe of a negro wlomanf teachers' certificates will be l.,eld il
loo ty was arre.it d and was sent to thisIY be-ginni..g T.'"sday Jut
y, ."' b.. T I tsi. thday Juj
S gang by Judaio Cobbr. The r ui tl .a 8 a. '- ..and continuing for four
authorities of Athens took hthee exand tionn of the whi
p and found that'te days'. The ,,an, huit, of the w'llie
etb.rr Irl wheh _Win 11t Pl Se h kx
sunte' 'w~ Windfey. who had (-iiU0.vl 6 ,rdd and high &l)iol
g it lot the drug% store of Ar, buildings, that of the colored in Union
SUorrela .' lT.a .major fined Academy. AV i. 'Nto.i. y,
100.or the o0tena.,- ".Co. Supt, of Public Instruction.


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will follow. Mrs. Rebecca K. Roland,
Lexington, iKy., writes as .follwo:
"Some time ago I had a very severe
attack of grip, and it left me with a
cough. Then kidney and, bowej troubles
set in,and j became so weak that I
reeled' when I walked.' I was so nervous
I could scarcely feed myself and could
only sleep a small part of the night.. I
-had doctor -after" dtobiWbut did not
get rid of my ailments. t clianced to.
hear of some wonderful cures by
Paine's Celery Compound, and decided
to give it a trial. I did so, and it cured
me of my troubles. I thank God that
Paine's Celery Compound was discov-
ered: it made me strong, it made me
walk, and gave me sleep. People say
to me: 'You look younger than you
did ten years ago,' and I reply that
Paine's Celery Compound 'did it with
God's help. I shall praise Paine's Cel-
ery Compound while I live for all it
has done-for me."


E EVOYLE
FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Representing a number of prominent
American and English cop0ies

btat & lRealty Company,
[xiueorporatedJ
E. VOYLE, Manager.
Get an abstract of titleto land before
buying. After paying the purchase
money there is often no redress for tax
sales and uncancelod mortgages.
.Manhat ".,A" Typewriter.

NOT IN THE TRUST.
0
A HUNDRED.DOLLAR TYPE-
WRIUER FOR $60,
Guaranteed r one year. Sold on
monthly payments at a slight ad-
vance to responsible Parties.
Typewriter Ribbons for
various machines.
. s .
REAL ESTATE, )DWELLINdS
AND LAND) FOR SALE.
E. E. lToyle,
GaInesville, Florida.



KEYSTONE BAKERY,
R. To SCHAFER r&Op.


CHOICE BREADS, CAKES and PIES
Ireabsh Every Day.
Delivered to All PartM of City.
Satisfaction Guaranteed


Special attention to Clrcuses, Minstrels
and other traveling troupes.,
runting P artes. etc..


O. Box54M Gainesvlle,


Fla


RAILiROAD.
VERY LOW RATES
TOTREE
WEST, NORTHWEST
and CALIFORNIA
Commoneln g February l1th, End-
Ing April 80th.
Free Chair CarsiUnion
Depots, Fast TrainS.
For I1tin V pftatob. pa .l est r tb e
FRED D. MILLER,
Trv, Pa. AgI.,
No, w11 r14ra *At -a.fa ( .


W. ANDERSON,
OW FM i _+ ... AC0 Of T .S . '... M F =, ;+=)+

ContaIclor for. !E l wirl,
Electric B.Jli an Blurglar Mu


Eketrli, ight W.|rlnt.. specialty.
.All work gu tSMmed._- amo0wdto
~~~~~~ We....... ++ + +


.l R """' 'W

Air Line Railwa =
soUIDTUEr nov,. vu Atran. g!igos : ..:.. <, -;.'.,.


V 9 ................ L.. t.A .L
1015 .94. p p Arv ... C...d.. . 42,0
1 8 i p 4.201 .. .... .. ....... Waldo .. . .... .. .. .. -4 s 50
19 $01. ,+;,.l4 50 i-V.Ar..;.:. ..' | AINE-V ILLE | """I 'o +2II ljoii+.il 10p
'4 60 Esv o l30p
l,!!O~ l .. ..4.6I.... h .................. I p g ey ..........".. + +'" +'" 't
Xlaili 5 l.. .... ..- ...............Olive .... .... ...."prings .. ...- -. .......+I
A 6 i t . . . ... ,.-5 2 p
S ...... ...... O la ......... ....... ...... i p
i ; ... ....... WildWOOdt............... a
6 10 l il5 $, l.... .. ++. ,.. .............. lnt C ty..... .4....1 ../.. 11! ii il
1 ..... O rl ande o .............. .-0 'i a
00 11,36a.*...Plant Cit y. to 90
7:99 46 ..~lmtt .7- 0
7981148 ae .24* -., 7
a ... ....... ...... 2
I+ ++J $ lI'+I"++ m. I .... ..... .. ; Sar sota .... ;............ .. 2 ,.:. .,[. II i l 00.0
+6_0 p+ i .l,+.+. I~ ,O,.;+ .. ...... Pa pa ;..... ... ........ ~ +.. ....5..0 1At i~


I .NO9iANDoAs"T 1 I.ST AN NUW oRL AN Is A 6 57
Lv eksl8ille 5a....7...59 P VJ 3k,9nville ...... i
tAr Perosdi a..... 05a 900 p &r.Lake ity.. ....... "'1l201.,
9-- 1r k......... 0 l i ... Ar iLveOak ................... 3 5 i 04p
4r Havannah............ I top P1, Ja .... ... aMadison............... ... ... P P
Ar airfax...........809p 144a. Ar _M.ticello .................. .p10p ++_Up
Ar Denmari . .. ..... P20 Iaaase. ........ ..... .40P26
ar Columbia ..... .. .... 530p B hat. Ar ncy.............. ...P
Ar Vamden,............opl ,5a......rverJunction*.e.. 1......: p
Ar .u.et. ....... ....r... NAe o a ... .... . .. ... .
W iAno M............ .,.. Aobile.................... .
Ar Southern Pines.......I 1pt i a,,......Ar New Orleans.................. r ....
alei... ...... 0 -.. iaksonville....................740pL
Ar r................"P.. rMacon .............................



Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except
Ar R mond, Va ........a E3 express, drawn room Pulan sleepers betweenI:


Tam pa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. VesitR.
bulad dilty coaches between Jacksonville and Wasingto, via Rich ............. mo4. Oafe


dning eoar service from Jacksonville.
80 1 eadmore ... ........... MXil d2ay o maibllae ad e .....e... c ..



A Pbladtween Ja S....oead Wali to e and dsng on ....... lee .
tween Jacksonville and New York........ 416
.r N ... .... ..... laisI



Connectionnefs at take for lManatee, Al Oneeo and Sarasota, Willeord, Wannee ant
Saturdays, from Gainesville.





intermediate points and at Arener with Early Bird braneb.
TNosraino.34, Seaboar apd 57, ulExpress, drawing room Pullman sleeper between ew Orleans and Jcksonvile.
Steamaers for Key West and aew York, via Richmond and Washingdays, Tuesdaf-
bules dfiy coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Riehmok~d, 0&re'.
dining ca~r service, from Jacksonville.., +:.l


o-and Th6rSeaboard Mail.,day coaches, mail, baggage and expressar
twee'n J~acksonvll~le and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sloeep


ween Jakso. ne MAcDONELL, Ass'tYork.Gen. Pass. Agent, JacksonvilleYork., Fla.
No, 50 connedts a~t Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, WVilleford, Wannee, ~~;ii
intertnedilate points an4 at krener with Early Bird branch. "': i"i
Nos.-560apil 57, Pullmasn sleeper between N~eW Orleans and.Jacksonville..:::%
Steamers for Key West and Havana.---Leave Port Tamps Sundays, +Tuesday!Is i
and Thtarsdays, litp. VA. -
A.O0 *MxcDONELL, Ass't-Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, F1a.0i!
E. 0. OOBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.


0RI N RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES,
PT U C.RREOTLY WRITTEN POLICIES,
Worthy Q!o f LIBERALITY or POLICY CONTRACTS
Consideration PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.
We cover these important points and respectftllly
solicit a share of your business.

Fire, Life,. Accident alnd Health nlsnranV.,

-Agents' for the-

Victor Safe and Loek Company
Oixoi ati, Ohio.
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemiplat-
Ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,

Ua HrulsrAN &s N HILL,
) Ifra IIon cherfll iirnishd GiNi S VI i L, FLORIDA


CLYDIE LIlTE


J*W."FonvIflle "Y d ...i-'TM-
aOrlive azi d New York,
Calling at OUARIMESTO.N, S. C,, both ways.
e Finett Steaship s In the Ceaslwise Service
Clyde 1New England a ad Southern Lines
Direct Servioe Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound....................... .....From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Northbound.................. From Foot of Catherine at., Jaeksouvi0Me
.Fo ooto Catherine st., Jaekaonvil he

ClVde St. 3ohns River Line.
h3etw-een JAC KIONVILrLUln and SANFRowl)
Stopping tat Patka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand). aint Intermediae
Landings, on St. Johns River
Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE "
"I appointed to sail as follows:
Leaves Jacksonville 3:80 p.ni. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays .
Loea re's Sanford 9:M0 a- n. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Southbouti .
Readdowni SCSi U LE Northbed i
Leave 3:-a0 p ................... Jaeksonville ......Arriv e. i,
8.4 pm ................ Palatka. ....Leave 8 O n
SOa.......... .. 2Atr . .230p
4: a................ r ........... ....
.Rer. 's.esford (, A aor d) .. .2...... ....20
Arrive9:3Oa.. Sanford. F1.40"*
GENERAL PAS$, AND TI KE OFFICE, W. BAY ST., JACKSOV.L
1L.......4 '.eo. *4.... s..... a_ bj ...... . *,... ...
O -Y. P", A o o . Jv* e s.on vllle C. P.1 i V J a . .
.). OWAi. .4 .. o0ot of og a., Jaiu.k nt-l .I
'A.C f. sE n MAm.. r ,ork. CLD Nil i Drt ,'fe o; .
T. E C. t...... .. ... .... II II minW k. . .. V L ,t tAt.. '
General MAA Gen"ra.' Age" -
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IEt'' "N R .oRS'S CREMATE-.
S rer *'',Two r d Thirty Valuable
F BIG DE Ant pal t .ose Their Lives.
81 GretTII5c, I. I., May 4.-Two ne-
Srtp e 314brersa ad 30 valuable
hjpnAte ..... u horse were burned to death by a fire
? wh te l destroyed a stable on Gouroek's
v &oAl fer, ofOcal. estate early today. The financial
la wi llbe between $40,000 and $50,-
ITA L OFSI, 0 0 0'0 "0
r1_he f'ts started about midnight and
S.:o. A uir Su ient burned f eely for more than two
.n &- Co. Acquire Sufficient Prop' ours. The local fire department
y to Make That Firm the Most X" tried' to save the property but was
imve Phosphate Opdeator. th R edseel.t Mr. Bokaw, who is a
P Ope tors wealthy merchant and society man of
d-Officers to be Here. : ew york, appeared at the fire soon
Itm nense phosphate' deal which after the engines ai rived. He was
Sitn pending for several weeks, Anxious to have the two stable boys
t Wich the MD(tton Phosphate rescued, but the *room where they are
ipay Lhas purchased thee t. re supposed to have been asleep was In
t'as o puord e Miler,-oa flatme;s before the stream was turned
ots, of Ford & Miller, Oeila, has
-oo rd i O a on. The origin of the fire is un-
icofsunmmated. known.
a.. one o t.helargest- dels :ever
rded in Florida, did involves the VICTIM OF FOREST FIRES.
fniicent sum of $By000,000 capital.
deal will make Dutton & Co. the Char# Body of Edward Him Found
ri extensive phosphate operators in Near Oleana, Pa.
.world, opeating an aggregate of charred body of Edward Him was
On plants and controlling the out- found, today on the road near ("ana,
'f many wore. Of this number Poyer county. He had evidezitly met
iton & Co. originally owned and death In the forest fire which swept
rated nine and Ford & Miller six the Kettle Creek territory yesterday.
iAs. The combined shipments of His horse was also burned to death.
twoo firms will aggregate nearly Great damage has been wrought by
Other total output of the hard rock the forest fires in this vicinity, The,
lea of the country. The firm ofI town of Crosforls is threatened with


ttp~& fo. own and operate,a great
uy miles of well equipped railroad
4t~umghout the mining setion of the
ft El(d, and practically control the
itpet of that section, which is the
chest in phosphate in the State.
';ei general ofllees of the company
|ilbe located in Gainesville, and the
Ioers Will be as follows :President and
general nianaga*r, C. W. Chase; vice-,
jesident,H. F. button ;secretary,J. G.
flShols; treasurer, W. G, Robinson.
i members of the new company, it
44 in~erstood, will be H. F. Ducton,
ir. OC. W. Chase, J. G. Nichols, W. G.
abolition itnd H. F. Dutton, Jr.
ikb4 9oonsideration of the purchase of
to: Prd& Miller interest "is not
kwn, but it is believed to have been
a o*i, consideration of $300,000.
itliiam Dale of Ocala will be con-
| hted With the new firm in the ca-
Apa SI addition to their immense phoe-
phate interests, Dutton & Co. are the
largest cotton factors in Florida, and
probably the largest Sea Island cotton
buyers.in the world. This department
alone means the employment of hun-
dreds of hands, and the expenditure
'of several hundreds of thousands of
d 4oltari annually. The firm virtually
controls the Aeca Island cotton output
of Florida, which alone is a most im.-
portant feature.
SSIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT. .
Effected a Permandnt Care" When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., und. r
date of April 21, 190.3, writes :
. ,l"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
."Dear Sir: I write to 'express my
detep gratitude to you, for your woti-
atsful salve has cured a sore on my
HH~t from which I have suffered grett-
Sor five years. Twelve dotors' have
Been working on thp foot during this
tilme, but failed to effect a cure. Your
sale did the work in a little while. I
Ak from the foot ten piece of bone,
.ter the glass had been extracted,
ichch caused the sore, and now I amn
4i!tirely cured and able to walk with-
BS the aid of crutches. I shall al-
5i -feel the greatest gratitude to-
s you, nd will and will always speak a
0 word for your salve."
'For sale at Wallace's City Drug
1 ow Gainesville, Fla. dawlinmo
HAD A GOOD TIME.
iorth Gainesville C. E. Society Will
0. .Send Delegates to Ocala.
.Theb Christian Endeavor Society of
Noth Gainesville gave an ice cream
otlat in North Gainesville Hall Satur-
ayn evening, the proeveds of which
iWl- be used to defray the expenses of
'delegates of the society to the
4 i6 convention in Ocala at an early
There were present all the young
m and many older ones who claim
lpro ressive settlement as their
and the function proved a suo-
,smclally and financially. When
People of North Gaitesville t, do a thing they do it in proper
le, had tboir functions are always
l among th most. enjoyable of

What is Foly.'s Kidey 6wU I
rt : t i msadefrom a prerip-
1 eixm, us 'I.;;.


cl lll l('lt ll, r1e s l aw i an t l pla Ing1
miil of the l.actawanna Lumiber cono-
pany has been destroyed, together
with a number of cars belonging to
the Buffalo and usnsunehanna Railroad
con.pany, and several buildings in the
southern section of the town.
The loss thus far is estimated at)
about. $1,000,000.
POSSES AFTER MURDERERS.
Mlz1s-:;,pi Planter Brutally Slain by
Negroes.
New Orleans, May 4.-A special to
The States from Vicksburg, Miss.,
says:
William Ilegg, a prominent planter
living at Adams Landing on the Mis.
sisslppi river, 6 miles west of Redwood,
attracted to his burning gin house
last night, was set upon by negroes
and shot down In cold blood.
Posses from Redwood. Oak Ridge
and Adams county are scouring the
country for the three negroes suspect.
ed as the murderers.
A wholesale lynching Is probable 11
they are caught.
PRIEST UNDER GRAVE CHARGE.
Police Believe Rev. J. .Walser Killed
Miss Relchlin.
Lorain, 0., May 4.-Rev. J. Walser.
was arrested today on the charge of
heo murder of Mils Reiehlln and was
taken to Jail at Elyrra. Mayor King,
who ordered the arrest, said l he did it
as much for the priest's protection as
for anything else.
The police have abandoned the the-
ory that the muTderer entered by the;
ladder and window.
The bounde have found no trail from
the ladder nor in the yard. tev.
Walser was a guest for the night at
the house and his room adjoined t!fat
of Miss Rolehlin. The doora'between
tile roqnm would only be locked from'
his room.
Thefr Place till Secure.
Wahtingtion, May 4.-Secretary
Shaw has returned from Iowa. where
hle went to Join the president on
short tour through the state. Witlt
no offtclal statement on the subject
is given out, It Is stated on good ant-
thbrity that the published reports that
Assistant United States Treasrer Wl.
llams., at Chilago, and William Peun
.lxol, collector of that port, will be
removed trotm their duties is untrue.
and that they ~10i retain their ptfreap
officess, No selections has yet been
mnae of a auessor to lTfrimer Assat
ant SecretAry of the Tre"airy All'i.
Wilt Cure Consumption,
A. A, Ilerren of Fitch, Ark., writes,
"Foley's Honey and 'Tar is the bqst
pr' paretion for coue h, colds and Inn
trounrle. I know thad it. hsa ored
consa)mption in the first stag'."' old
by W. C. Wallael's drug st .r.


REFRIGERATORS
READ'S 0DOitRLESS.
Ncw Daoli tIn All 8MM.

PALIEIRS HMMOCK
A fll Aimssrtaet, i difdlg

WATER COOLERS,
FREEZERS, and All
$ple ssd Summer


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zI4 FLOilUJA, lAlY


A prominent Southern lady, Mrs.
Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how


she was cured of backache, (Izziness, )ain-
ful and irregular periods by the use of
Lydia E. Pakham's Vegetable Compound,
"DRI)A~ MRis. &1'ixAM: -- ( 0rntiude i-om i)ls tme to atknowl'dgv the
great merit of your Vegutabil CoilliKmtud. I h\ave sutl'l'raI for fttryl' yuiar
withirregular and painful ilnstruitlion, also dizziiiss, lu,iaits il t 11( ba'ck
and lower limbs, and tittul loop. I dreaded thi timit to conuo which
would only mean suffering to me.
"Boatter health Is all I nantod, and curo if possiblee Lydia E. li'k-.
ham's V getble Comnikutind lumglit me ieiilth i(d happiness h Il A
faw short months. I feq. like another *rsion now. My ae Ih toutl pduin
have loft me. Life seems now and sweet to nme, ulid everything seems
pleasant and easy.
"Six bottles brought non health, and was worth more than months
under the doctor's eare" wliceh really did not beIetit me at niall. I am st-
isfied there W no medojilm so good for sick women iw your Vegetable
Compound, and I advocate it to my lady friends in need of medical
help,"-M s. B. A. BLANCHARP, 4 2 Broad St., Nashville, Tenn.
When women are troubled with trregular, suppressed or painful menstrua-
tion, weakness, leuoorrhon, displacement or ulceration of the womU, that
bearing-down feeUlin, alotiimrnatlon of the ovaries, backache, bloatin r (or
fttulenoe), goen ra ability, i digeation, and nervous prtration, or are bsnt
with such ympto"nms as dizlzneut, "falintness, Ins-
situde, citeltability, irritability, nervoubtse.
lp"lepnesat, melanclholy, "a il-olte and
W "wast-to-bh-lr t talamo" frtlillgS, Iliuea tlind
hloltwapelbneas, they milouida renjember thero is one
tried anad true remedy. Lydi)i El PIlokhtuams'
S Vegoetdalte (C"ombestjound ait .oe re.ove* awuch
troubles. Refuse tp Ibuy tiny other medicine, tor
A Severe oCne of Wonmh Troulble CuVrti
IinB1M ihulelphla.
X AIt "10.A it 1s. I'I 11, AM:- I v liiu bIten
trellr i l aof N so rVt'l'te fulia tti trotlilesx by
the itts o f Iydia E. P'lnkhluin's
tiai rly rlcdy or ) giv'e li, l1t t trtl'g
Sf your iU'tli4lt<, d it dhl d11 so l 1uch4
goox that I purchased another, andt thi remilt wta s nI at itfa,'tory tiat I
boght six morp bolttlH, .scad amn now feeling like a i w wo unml. I Ash\l
never be Without it, I hoipe that miy testhinitial will cotivince womnu(
that your Vegetable compoundd I' the grtmate t imdicii i in lthe word
for a n oft womhl or any other female ,olmnpiints."- Alin. MAY
Dr, St, h60 ildeiphhi, 1a.
S AM*M ever y W is cordlally invited to write to Mrs.
?P!infam th ro 1 1tn33about her symptonts shbe IC no
nsvlllo& fRai whlway Companyr t


THE FRUIT. &


VEGETABLE


ROUTE


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)ress well 'and kiop eool with
our latest patterns in Negligoee
Shirts, Slmnlnr Hloiery, Summer
T''ias and Hats, A cow suit of
light weight clothes, no matter
what. shade, Is the thing for this
time of year.
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That are really $1 )W goods the
world over. They are cool and
stylish.
Fine Shoes
Fior ladies fand gent, and prices
that ,athI the t purse Our goods
ar t)KseasonablI,



The O.111 to. O
l'l . ... -m ALAL


Gainesville Machbine Works
Kt.,NNElIRA l MILL AND
MA Can turn and straighten whIle leanl ts
.tf hafting and Pipo-Outtltig
up ti ll r12rohes.

COTTON OIN RUPAIRINO
A IlOIAL'rY

P. H.1 WESTOAARD Prop.Mdl


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01 qU~wwtao Iut It@# twPI ftt*ft3um.
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KODAKS and

KODAK SUPP LIES
J400 rmisedl O kh aorinwm t Kuwt
sstodallks #oUue sd othb ap
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1.'ST.> j11111I4I1EI) 18RO
SAlatcluIa County



SAbstract Co.1,

B. R. COLSON, Manager,
IJAINENVILLE., FLA.

The qitttllo or Title a
Itrot cm aideratioh fAr th 4
I 4V(< 01",,,

Abstract of Title
'To oany plevt of lanid li
I Alihutiit county furnltihed
f il aii,|>ll
S TAX1 :S ltlliT 'lMlt : ll
AND PAIDl
I And il miii"ales rm lcoe iru*
ing the r'dcllptilh of Ull*.
S ra*U i Itlnded l< pro m tly.


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.r::*,ia,. ;^ aa oa td c gee consul extricated hinfelf f^mrom ce o nf ai
____ o____de__v_____u__rerin_ t_, ea d uOeh, w ads thd ew I ta a 'l f aisentete a the ood d .'a
f a W yea r i o op o ndm ro r re nt t tin the riVht edition forit ia d *
___S_ _yaly.tOeba. he ofizi a the r ubject ain i also *to4 eelop, but ha.ve nothing to do with ios m.eate y 1 Ib il
holdi4ig . the government *responsible tb rea true causes of R ; leumatim, iT sa d dea tpl ., i t dom .
i o e tho o te mage done to the German i are internal ad not external. Uezo k -
o o DeB uher* Bchools 1 at1 Sal'C9a. The o Ils at Liniments, plasters and rubbing tom t
o_ l lttbe Grepr t will sometimes reduce the inflamma- gesntirel eell.tU I )d w
A tt e l kon td g a fieypersetons wr st ion n win thrgh anodoease fth p0 f14r t ~ o 0 o

-*'^ '-l)elmbar eh"e d u '1 ee e' ptgra hes enmeated n te U cited -I a ninclu4ai g udeem Germans and four the trouble. S. .8. cures Rhexiatisam bepaue it attacks it ithe l and
b S .aer, aedr ohlli21 ;.Stos, ..of Wlhom 28,442 'were males ki ed "1,tah0-on..s Uric dAc id adawl
i n en ts p eateond stimublnr ned d uik neeike office l rp t a ,



"an*e a o zem an eat" ip hgre, a erh h n ay hp rtensa pir ne a.ey fear the powers wou d not permit be mailed ree. euma teF c t t, a
r autr af or t a liw largest sin There hae bee n no disturbances at- oin .
....ess 'EDIV tN ge em Salonica since lAprldaat80. _
f*EiRA MIL50 ON OetUTin be "tat 4oe of Mao achu ettie has -Iw e od Bthe so TgiO d.
otead o .rd4rfewyear,, att t a 'ost of 5,000, 000 o not grd o pe nor irritate the maadln tmee. -
IA e e t als iladd more 0 ri hey acl et a OCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April It 903.
Wit s b e.~Ameiuea rm tote development of his State than -pomptl e fo e tuilt but d 8. a l v.e unequalle .
r arte sh pi8teX.n' b'o b g lidod ah ".ca. ive o mfoiti at e--tal DevWN. NORTHBOUNwd i. stinP

4tnijblbg ,w Irak th.t the Gen al sold al druggSS. 26oent.. W' No.20 STATIONS. No.98 N
oiyi m th o d an tpd:.rthe Nicaraguan canal .. .... .. .. th .r. paem aly. s iati o n. Boaoly. onn t
opsera Mile s hmhad:somesent would be. 1n all 170 miles long, yet t#*ivise ph g.e.te. ..han appro- i 7 WFI O A A T

le..a t l. hpfwhi ch nwl h e agst s in There h..v ............ebakeetno......c..e.. ...... a
he imei e ted One hundred and twenty-T or hs .. t e
he y R OALMv^il oie :traere two ro*vers n h H oo 'snil r i a. E..... ..... C olstt........... .....
last feoseearimnat a, cost ot keDonnot milpeAnobloubitatotth6 aal. W.0-






11f 4t d oelsfe if,$ m e theau nt Ird l rn l oas o d a mor t:r:ail. Tey a tL A TI ..... C R N.....o............ 48Mate .................I E fe ...tA r 90.
rIhdIoombatanzra. .thpsc eaO t"ee h a h" aA r.W ......l..o..... N ..T8Ua ...--..... ...No a ip
a h ad P I be'iials. "L w h ." "...v................. ..... .... .Lv 7 p
106.. .... |" i e... "-' -

eir fon. 0 hth e tbe inehe Emperor Witll am thinks men as wenttll ................. .N B.un e.lls ................ ..... oa
rin u w i s h Sg one ai :',, : : p 1 ........... p .t,,................. ... ;
inn s .6rvet re fixed as Presden Roosevelt and him-. :n ..... .... .. r on .. ............... ..

l y e:1tas o as hi onoig b sho lau he, o aoes t e p ..'no .h theren i i p L........... ................m......A. .
S-- o..s. f o. .at e e t %tri n asi o d .................. Ttusville .........r
ir o iw a epani wvphoo. o .it.. In .wh ich hi s imperial majesty .:.:::::.. a:OO A 6
'; A ed aoll" ,s o- '.,' .h 0-, ........ ....... .. eboa,..............L 1

"....... .........: Httuniel.. ...........
t ne to l s roeatfrom is' Ii, ha s bed en e timated by and expe-t .... ... .t eie I .... ..
o ofTe dhbbr"g heblght of i n Ltlhe employ of'the government that ..............N T ts ................



k l h l m0. s.......... ....... en en......... .... .a. .
aCap'"o:haa um of..t age...................... o B
t wa not k.own amount of work-to onethird, while to reli................3






b rao ad wS eo ho i Tlo. O. Write to MK8 A 0 7oa a Ar................ t ... ... v .cop 7....a
itd.l oa .n ta a noruobed soand Luta County. h' ue ta llm e t yi O DTwi...............TI.S OP BRANCH Ie.............




e e would ..have ..heaitated-to- Frauk J. Obeney makes oath that ho l WENDTt care of were
formation or of formerhumey& oi bsi es in the tieserlbinga the IOTORIA PROTECT- g j Ieoxa. | 2 1s STATIou. R
ty of Toledo, Couty d aeafor O or nd $100 and waist measure Ttv ........A o p ..............
trageou rue may have been said, and that said firm will pay One to lady aent. ........... ...............






aA tritted by out o t eoop s in thhaPhblip- Hundred Doetar t for each end xpery 8 .s a 0L..... ......Enterprise..........0 1Ap80 a s 2to 11 'tba s a..a... ...ty..ri 6 t
paaseneral itcharge,.lIfn ; o, cast- of Catarrnh that "nnot bo cured '-------- -- c .... .......... ...... . --a...............11.20..
Swho are guilty hould be vere- by the u of Hall's tarr Cre LAC 'S la................ .. n

uyA :hId, a-uh in lth e in e t e CemNp. oply ex an Onl. Daii 1y,


'Amphonor. Bu'e we.onneth u h n o M .............Ma i or... ........ .. .... 1 ..... s
l of th country, the Soutf t eon.oe alyrtnu al ecl h n te tl e h .........a.... ..... .



"eiit least, fave not it o BsOO forbotm nos Senileof t syektem. l aend Fres sto ow I....U ...EY. WE SST AND r AV ANA









*] i o.o. tey & noaa., r Col Toledo. 0. TOILbn T AITOIE PROTEC T 1'1 AND 'NOIDENTAL 8TEAMSHiP DCOi NECTIONS AT MIAMI. It
......... a ........8 i 1i


















That war to necetara" y orueb Soldmby alo DrtoglB. 6ot Fwil5 Un .Patent .ed..l. s J e la.E..f.t.Apr 16,91903.
0t feat.ettdml"uttd. s Thadde t. therwau Fa miy i rethebes. *. oI af iii 1 4 66 a. . . .. n . . .
:,i4. .a ,t.rtedson lof peropes that oe to lowe U Dweint.' 1i. .pe......... .era.. .o.. o... ... .. i o














4tt not develop facts of brually on l^rtow, Fla, :.By E4 LNews w rs d of all i*
both ~ d.e is generally reo iedo og to t tty rm M taorry O o i e are .,............ .... ....... A..t es. .......r ..
S Philippine war ha ben o att pt to bw up wh dyna ot i to oer or p r Aen
it ireaseon d cad wue l tiehal State b n ile oafOino, sity fro Tlle a Ofe Wiri t to a ag .sA. O ......s ...........i...... .v 5 7



















O ... ...t thpf condiof Nelon A. on teipren.Hrcalldndll^ and ne J e .< a Arre New Surn ... .. .{ t ,|
.MOt.t, ortreo8 Monro 8T piU a- an e o *.wat1'maso. To put an ex6monation was madok It was,,
o id.toe to du 8 topheis he brutal, an d rd ,Lu crthat ou sttck e of dyn isnote y th.. 8 O dt I RnpdCI LWS '
inibaoeerha wold ltot i to, lae oot that n Lrd-W_ .," ciAr eT & O i
"_oniy. as a#0,y. -.oneie as 'ifing b ..s. ebmie parte o h f ir f 0Ao
in"'t ifl!irmWw iea lalr gay t n e rse.dhaveas f Ie I. . A 0 1a v
ltted o o sthe h n i ip- iundhpred e thllrs for h anda e y Se cialoto.lady.. gents.' a ....... t .......IsinceApril80.
_11t__415_tol l P Ar......18ird Lv he.. 00 ablJ C op .t !,,A. (t1. l aiO
"Wb~telvIeii r blseee-byt hes use ofClatla sI(rrh Curet In r [.. t4O.m5 oX n. teN1 eoun
Vy V iad$ rhad Tsoduc h at. the winter wasts all's,. rFcna.ie .t. LOCALAre.Mthe best,.lA 1A l

.jI o-W, 11,ipi.., ....O I ....... Atlanti r Bft i.tva.. .....7a'44
W.. A. FrAO C u i Pe mtn0D1D0OWN.Mapot. "*





9 40a,. ......... perhaps ,tU ....... ..'" ...... .......a..vie. ..... .... . . .
014ttI1 b a tual -................. S oJ acksovill e a T Fr................I
broit t3 ty from ........... .....i0 I....... .....

Wast' be said .for itthat it has. no n Wet "that Ic,10. 81"r1"..ome rti.. .Randal.

.... co ;while..matI.. is rounils0 the negro '! ll9Ot.- N 4-Leuve oommn i ott4,Jurl i
ip~t' 'In........I..aoAr.e Orange ..ty. Junea 40 pn. Arrive New Smnyrrna ..........m
i crelty.it c.ndb..t.' of' Nelson A.' ai.al...d. ..lyla. .
IsVa Irt ,ton 4, To a, a an ,xam. .atlon was': maae.. it was ... ..,ii.a...........
AQu gogto d.'atli lessp}e brutal and o ntad that he rtekIs dynamite ad ." .-O
ar brav uer thaan t6 humiliate and'ineult hoes'pla:ed on the mmii's porch in a ..."T. "usvlle::: :-:
hi as Jefferson fhavis was hui iliat h. ..a.. and. t.e I.arty. w1as evidently ......... . .


adthiulted by the man who it now hout ready to it1 the use when INRetailers and Jobbers in
So, 1.d ...0 ....N-.EE...S B.icc .. -n. F a nzy.
1 i atever may: be til .sins 1 our Rwy, tl tape and Fancy Groceries
WAIA~ lpthe PhlilppinesandI tley are Ter. lntated wvthan ugly ut 0 he The STANDARD ]
S bethe las t.ian to throw. stones i. deveoped ta sibto 0 uer GUARANTEEand TRUST" aln aind Ferizer
Apt~-Atioio. or years. T .en Buckle An' _PANYr 8,E SQUARE, I GANSVIE FLOR
+r'" '' s alve cured It justas Tgood91u t C PA. (,
Siahiago : 'Alton railroad hais Scald"s. Skin ption ad Piles.- Hlgtest market pies paid for ObChkens. Eggs and other PtrA .e "
lt.rd9 OWS stopth yo ur. rt -- -- 1
built, the 1ost' powerful loc 'mo 6at all drug ,tIor Will stop yor ret nd buy
i Oilei0nee. The cylinders are : MosDovi' Mut Hang. you -a home Infomation A p of laty. Con, Oit, or, Bran, Meal, Cotton See M
in diameter by 2 inches Montgo.ne, Ala., May 4,-'The p al -.; n da Ae.-- hanle~Olte tVeBERY BEST go at the Ib
) the 4mivtn* wheels e 80 'dounng board has refused to intetf're rReW RIauntee sanrdataon always
d imete in the w working W -eith thO A l' .Sen ctn e i mp o axed b y ,E O S W A M QY E ftS -"-.- - 3 $l l a q biil su bn c L 1n7 8
ti e ramI th rt. .. ..... ....o.d......I.te.."........... cr-
74 ~; .. pounds, including win the cllne oi t lsea t cha .. l. .
.... wl .fth kilhighiaSWOltL H. H iO"
b.tkku-84- My- I$... TTTO s&acO

s. thow ,*pr n!.p H f old.. .^ OUTJ)AUM,. :,.,, a:t.* A m .,. g ...w***^X..|f
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No AfterAtion
Sof Charter An

PEOPLE ARE
0rdat0r Will Retain (
1 Will be Willing .t<
S*One to Decide I
ni Any Alteratic.n.


IEARY '" THEY TANk l BE
^e ntedg GalaWdesltoer l I Dfy.
,U --I, ,o hat+ May 2 -The 'Oop-
federte' Veterans of this place
SOri a d Arredodo. T. M., Venable,
S' B. F. Massey ad others, desire.
eude~t. through, the medium of The Sun to
express theirank and appreciation
MISTAKEN. otth( kinkniess and forethought shown
by I. A. Beoker in furnishing free con-
Orl6inal opy, veyancee for their use on Memorial
6 i Vi f to D y. ,,
if Theri Has The kindly act was, if possible, more
a appreciated, seeing that it emanated
fnot from one of their own countrymen,


If.ollowing telegram was ireoeived
.0Benator H. H. McOreary, Talla-
Monday night:
Th6e report being circulate in
eesvil e that the proposed. amend-
It to the city charter as published
pre Sun of the 2nt i-A"f nTi" not a
yof the one sent the Senator and
,resentatives of Alachua county by
:itayor and City Council of Oaines-
h, is untrue. I have the original
Sand the only changes are those
saaary to put the document in legal
i The entire charter of 1901 is
ated as amended, and the-only ad-
'tial section ie the clause repealing
siatter repeated in the proposed
.tltil, which an youe acquainted
I the method of legislation in Flor-
rill tell you is the customary pro-
lt re in this State. I shall retain the
lnasl copy sent by the 'delegation,
Sam willing for any one to decide
whether there is any difference
lWee4 that and the one published in
SBOun, except that the latter is in
11 form and the former is not.
b. "H. H. McCRuARY." .
A Farmer Straightened Out.
. man living on a farm near here
0 In a short time ago completely
Obled up with rheumatism. I hand-
min a bottle of Chamberlain'i Pain
1inand told him to use it freely and
got satisfied after using it he need
I fpay a cent for it," says C. P. Ray-
i-of Pattens Mills, N. Y. "A few
pa later he walked in o the store as
l0ght as a string and handed me a
liart saying, 'give me another bottle
chamberlain'ss Pain Balm. I want
W the house all the time, for it cured
'7 For sale by all druggists and
dichie companies.
A DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE.
tie Miss Alesca Schafer Entertained
by Her Friends.
)i the occasion of the* thirteenth an-
errsary of her advent into this
Ird the friends of Miss Alesea
l6afer, daughter of Mr. and MArs, C.
,Oohafer, tendered her a delightful
rise at the home of her parents,
birth Gainetville, Frid(,.y night.
|j a general rule a surprise is al-
i anticipated ont such occasions,
this tiine it proved the genuine ar-
e,and the little lady was complete-
ivercome for a short timne.
here were present about twenty of
'young people of the suburb, and
-needless to state that the evening
spent in a most enjoyable manner.
WIeasion passed off in an appro-
*t manner with games, inter-
ied with vocal and instrumental
I.6. Delicious refreshments were
ed aind at a late hour the young folks
bred, wishing Miss Ales a r many
birthdays as charming and


Spring Ailments.
here is an aching and tired feeling;
liver, bowels and kidneys become


but from an Englishman.
They aro glad to realize that the
."cheap screw," as he was termed by
some of his neighbors on account of
his action, is "still on top," aiid that
he may long eontjnue so is ihoir fer--
vent wish.
Traveling is Dangerous.
Constant motion jars the kidneys,
which are kept in place in the body by
delicate attachments. This is the rea-
son that travelers, trainmen, street
car men, teamsters and all who drivo
very nmuoch, suffer from kidney disease
in some form. Foley's Kidney Cure
strengthens the kidneytj and cures all-
forms of kidney nud bladder disease.
GionE. E. H:lusan. locmotie engineer,
Lima, 0., writes, "Constant vibration.
of the engin caused me a great deal of
tronble with my kidneys. and I At no
relief until I used Foley's Kidney
Cure." Sold by W. C. Wallace's drug
store,
Duel Fatal to Both.
New Decatur, Ala,, May 4.-At the
Brown ferry? 15 miles below here on
the Tennessee river, Chick Mefford
and Vess Osburn quarreled over a
keg of nails, when 'both dreP revol,
vers and fired. Mefford and Osburn
were both shot through the lungs *m
rroins, and both died a few houmA
later. Osbwun I said to have a wTM
and four children in Biat St. LoX A
and another wife Ina lorence, Ala.

Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys*
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Bloodi


I All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil-
S- ter out the waste or
impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
rW \ their work.
Pains, achesandrheu-
Smatism come from ex-
cess of ur acid In the
... -_.- blood, due To neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart to
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to bo considered that only ,urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning In kidney trouble.
Ifyou are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and thea extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Rdot, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wnderful cures of the moat distreisingcases
and is sold on its mrits
by all druggists In fifty- 9
cent aid cim-doltar ixt-
es. You may have aR
sample bottle by mail u e*' wa...e.
free, also pamphlet tellingyou ho to in
out if you have kidney Ior bladder trouble.
MentIon this paper when writing Dr. KUzn
& Oo,, BlnghmtoA H. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kl.
mert Swamtp-Root, a"td the addre-i,
Binghamton. N. Y..on every bottlW.


lgish and inactive, the digestion
*tred, with little or no appetite, no Planterm and Growem of LiQig
it'on for anything, and a feeling
b the whole body and mind neejos
l up. The trouble is, that u r- Stpl a C
tiliter, there has t ben an accutriI-
laof waste matter in the systern.I, it to their inmtesit to tmmunili.
l will remove it, secure to the
esotian a right exit, and by its tonie
fituily restore the wasted tissues cate with THE CA NO AnD
i~;treattgth fi place of weakness.
...'.. BAR.EY CO.PANY, Cbhals


PROSPECTS ARE FINE.
:. .....-..... ItonS. C. t,
.Woodward Says There Will be ton. S. C.
lay Qpantaloupes This Season. ...'........... --. .
h. Woodward, the clver aind ef-w h At P.tOt M. lo 0
w revpreseanttive of the Armour Cld?
iune. with headqaarters in thii.s nwai otba miatt* O ieset V" w*st in ti at
i ib returned frm Oeala and r g.re. T r, 's e'a set m-i).
p nts, where he basbeen in the t.. rleti,, wk*. t 6 Ai O
to;f hti, liUnes. -.m ,,ca i, ew It im qm 1%.1i, .< w n w0 .
;. Wood*a.d states that there is a to e t.4 4lA*Uw F
tAere:ge ofaittlopes in the e o .i.aw* -ser i
ited,aud that the ptospecti fort po ntt e 'y..1 k i'tt 0 sito
SarxeNilAet.: l 4 4' He ItfO + i t iSefb
hpeiai te territory alongI the agaa^ ^

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Gainesville, Fl rida


Men We Want to Talk To.
I le believe b t.d l t fuf / i 1n n ( xiiineesill'fhw: ta (.s a dlofhinll trrjtY -
'if every' / m 'f in tit ( lue it '.' Am i t evi y 'man in (fGati' #'i/',If t {' l l com straiflht to 1 ,lforn' aIl his elohoifn .
V iaech iv'ek we will p /,li/i i f tiIt/c ( i'fIfI oitl f/t S Jif/tj'. 'his
week's arg mneIt s l ir, n'/l
TO THE MAN WHO WANTS TO
DRESS ECONOMICALLY.


Buying the best is the eosenct
of true economy. ilood clothing
is cheaper than poor clothing-no
matter what the rospectivo prices
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con be made (sce iote btlo<'), the peij e cares l--i/m rt< '< rc
lent stitf for 6'the'' bulmincss or
('r5 wt fler c(lln b b#Lnght for falm
imildcit sum (df $12,00, and( it will
fi.,tr/ cttir lCI ft awo1111s that rdi
na> nt/OIT +/.f l" 1abollet the ame
mlowly -- ad it will rretain Its
sopelinesia lo af ftet. the arre' ( agfl
farmitr#l1n4t ,0i'/ he (I tsa cre btdlhe iof
uwri'/lkl (Ifes l

NoT--Whn lli t1:t boys 0 a nii frin
sl ho gets the I t .iClothing-iti-thl -
aorld," mode I', y i', loii ius {"chh, h
roa. & Co. of B ltlimoire. At I thlil
garments bear thi i.abel


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Si ta wasb~the &~outhe teii re on sale by the !itr ipal agoM t,
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W A N'rID-Maen to learn btrbar trntde. ot' i
tinto i'eqlirtd by our ioethod. Pritoi M *'
l'(*rlotnee exe*r't Itstruottons, otv, ,.tlmp ,
atlvely no i'timse. Tools, tIomttons at dl-
InhlIat ilvei ., 2talotuh 1o u tdoopteln oft dl -y
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NOTED FORlt WEETNEIS AND PURl*
TV OF TONE, POWER AND
DURABILITY.

tBetKt. ~Jano for tbh trying othuate, anSd la
tuniI lonior than othermt, ontiAtototd of
bes tuutIertal, ilt)a mout artistic
workmanship otahtia.ble,
UT to dute Iti every
dotaLt ltnd Un-

Sold by us contiinuotaly for
OVER THIRTY -TWO YEARS
without a single failure. If you
want a planet Tor a lifetitmea
service buy the
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Prloew aT low a9 I ooii4MtOnit Wtith qu1tilty
Cnsh or on oi.v tormw.. Mon il dayiy
trial, We i'ts rrollht, Write
for prloom TODAY.


Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,

SAV ANN AH, - GA.
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The oonadeneooft al persons ia ntatir
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Thlnat rmes wll nrot bo ifn tonaiueuli.

DO YOU, waoitA sawlKngaoitDtif.',90`0
buy ntiut vemyO et i u4l hii if-;
luonoy, I keoL on binl thlei t
neele ttaeomeltt, Iand ilUBtrtMflrer
ohanae. Second near
price. Call or atres W. TKi
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,wige* TlVmb r, Plled on Western and
DU,.UAtlantic Track,.
S; ha.ttanooga, May' i.-'Micreant
*de'an. unsuccessful attempt to.
'099v0nn t f ^wreck'the through passenger train on
.t4e Western anf Atlantitlerallroaa, due
0 ^0 ACOSte4. b o sere at 9:05, lasto'night, at Shepards,
1 miles from this city.
N AI ."-E A .huge, pile, of. bridge timbers had
been placed on the track. These the
l~t'; A ic t8engIne s ruck while goingb tahigh
Valioup t^, i T.u u .... o speed c, T ohe,,eowcatcher was t Mof,
0t fr l t flor School but, fortunately, no other damage re
is and t& t4ct Trustees for Sulted. Offers with bloodhoufidsi
I ... were sent to. the scene,
g t.ette o 6nvnoion of ca-ua4e' woods.
6~o~.Wahih will. co T he mpressiorn thw t Bri lIsP North.
dythemee rica is covered with vauable t-
Sto r iso fallaious. Black w walnut, red-
fPub clie asttc6 eedar and white onal' are spot found
* b 4 sitday, instead of the north of Toronto,. A line rawnD fro
(tt e hle whih is ee for the first the city of Quebee to Saul9te. Marie
4 1 ai:h month.i This was oa Will designate the northl+n limit of
1d b t ct that. Seperi' 'td- beech, elm and birch. Theanorth shore
oway and Chairman WeekI of Lake Superior will mark tl e uorth-
au be i ablaentat--theonlr -ermn boai drry of sugar- hrd maple.
pa a1 th etate capital. t" Anepert.
r wa a full attendance wt ,thl Robson found Smith engaged In vig-
S.A .id eoneift erable itoret or'ously polishing his shoes. "What are
Stiapi.fested. Amo ng the more itna you doing that for?"li he asked. al-
.t 14ustness :transacted by .the ways thought you wore patent leath-
Ss the aeceptaneeb ofthe reslgi- er."
ion of H. ,. Breeden, supervisor Of "These used to be patent leather," re-
Magnolia school, located i plied Smithl, painfully bringing his spi-
nal column Into its normal position,
)pdt sectofio. The Prospect and "but the patent on them has expired."
Olta s schools were consolidated
1 iWl1,hereafter be conducted at Its I xelu1veness its C1anrm.
i tfF6under he rme of the Santa "'What isthe object of your society?"


di0' rsAtr thoe serious )itte woman. -
7e; returns from the election for "Why," answered Miss Caybune, "the
samll st which as that of any other ocety-to
t&' dlsitrict, which, was, held:enjoy -the satisfaction qf knowing that
i ldo )eently, were canvassed, there are a lot of people who want to
Ad showed the following result; 'For get in and can't."-Washington Star.
$ l 1tia' district, 11; against special
itroiot, b0. Por trustees: A. A. Hler Answer.
plO; T, IL. I-obinson, 10; maxi.- "What kind of letter did your hus-
ay Hiiim ta, 1w band write when be was away?"
lett8-tiln wa frune 16t "He started 'My Precious Treasure'
.A letion cal for Ju 1th and ended by sending 'love.'
: l he purpose of eletingi trte there- "I started with 'My Precious Treas-
if and determining the rate of mill- urer' and ended, with 'Send me $20.' "
Sto be determined and collected for
*he kext twoyears *y 1 -r
It was ordered that the trustees of T
the spelal tax dlstrcts be requested
ofte -roe0omiendiations ft t O ap-
polniment o reached s tr thir respeA-

i 10111P and M1isA 6 Bel1e Oorpew,
o0 noted theMerose sohol for VindlI Makeb W eak
1. tt were 1 apnted to the"
iae pjnitloios for the Ifl session. 'pl S r
A ANY TPNANTEVIC Strog.

J i.iNumber of Case in New York City
Nw York, -Nearly 500 evic WE GUARANTEE IT WILL
tion caps caine up In the Folirth mu SO
a. ppl court yesterday. Many of O SO.
thi evicted tenant told I tiful stores.
.-The I-ncre:tse in the number of evic'.
1 l on o this. May 1, over May 1 a WE KNOW OF NO TONIC O RE-
.year ago, is said to be about 100 per BUILDER LIKE I'.
dent, an Incerease over the number of L.
April 1 of this year about 25 per cent.
'The state of affairs is partially due
tp, the fact that the tearing away of Vinol does create strength.
tenement buildings to make way, for We know that and have proved it in
"the approach to the last River bridge many instances.
a: d of othrsa to make way foR parks,- TVe reason Vfnol rejuvenates and
ba4 4iminished the welling re ~ trngthens tpe rsonis t6 hat it at
aiA @lminnlshed thie awellig area, o! directly upon Vhe stomaoh, trengthen-
Stas district considerably. ng aid toni g up this great vital organ
and. enabling it to obtain for itself,
Costly Outfit for Roosevelt. from t0bp0 l that ia taken tato it, the
: .eyenne. Wyo.. May 4.--'The clit. floments whlh aore required to make
sensa of Cheyenne will present toe healthy flesh and muscle tissue,
.^sident Roosevelt on. hls viitt t sound bone structure and pure healthy
a l' citty, May 8, one of th.e finest Vinol does this in a sclentifle wa
^.^roufh riding outfits over seen In the sud is enabled to do It because it con-
.W"t, It will be composed of saddle tans,. dissolved in a deleato nmild wine
Sbridle, squirt, spurs and Navajo blank. in a highlyonocentrated stte, the ast-
et, and will post $400. Ive p rinocple of cod-vet oi,
...^ .. ___- Vinol oes not contailat.any of hqy
TtL.'NAP~i BR EIT r E$.~i ~ Rrease that formerly.eharaoterlied~cod-
'TELUOIRAPHIC iREVITI.. river o, heia free from aU theob
S --- Jeotonable features which mad it iat
Dr.. Bratton, of Rale!gh. who was pwosible for patients to take or retali,
elected bishop of MisSissippl. has not that vile-smelling remedy into their
yet given his answer, .maeh. h
The Florida senate has passed a Vinol in its favorable action upon
resolution calli, for the ac the stomach' and. other organs of the
resolution calllip, for the I Oach, body aotealso in a beneficial wy .apon
mernt of United states Judge Wayne the nerves and brain, and will be
The gouth CnrollnIa child labor law founfttobeinvaluable to brain workers
hots gone into cffct.. Very few chll a I well as body workers.
.rn were put out of the factories by. The flowing letter is from a wel!-
"h known authoress. It reads as follows:
"tI wish to acknowledge the receipt
May day brought labor troubles to of the Vinol and testify to its great
nearly every city of importance In the .enefta. Since taking it I amt amu
United States. Thousands of men Imprred in health, and during the in
went out on strike. tense heat of last August I shouldnot
S o o have been able to continue in. y liter-
Telegramsfrom Ohio, Indiana, Kenary work if it had not been for the
tuarcky, and other states of that seBC strengthening properties of Vino.
Stone state that the present cold spell Yours in gratitude. -ELLA. STA&. 106
h ma killed all the fruit. W. 824 dSt., N. Y. City.
S"Four alleged members of the Nolan Wewishany one Sufternlg roii
.... of robbera have been convicted
atoie ,o looting thO eatwess, a -denosrlled cono"
gr-eo, 8. C., postofllce and given sea,- 4tion, of the nerves, or a susc, p
jteneM~ i the Atlanta federal prison. tbhilty to wasting diseases, to
A : 0lbp,. Colombia dispatch saya: call enA Us snd hear what we have
T*hes miAbelr of the -ubcommitt'ee o .
.th* ted States PNnam cAnal com to say in regardto Vintol.
^*s sb e4ld 'for New York yrester. Try It o o r.oimRulda tlOftnl
t M- *I: B:Iack D sad the engadW and If you fiMd It does not do
t So q eind to coml v~uythn we clalia to it.
^ ______ will gladly refund to you the

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To take 4bith 'at'Tin is to court'
a wtiderful ex tedete. A&undiu
sprigs ot water, strongly impr, tede
with Isulpiuoteted bydrog6n, supply the
building, an in its vaulted chatmberp,,
far below the street, therq is no sound
btt the splash of the fountain and thea
rolling echo of one's own voice. -tenr'
NorNian gives :4 description of. the
mnassiur, who presides over the bath
and kakes Its most eccentric feature.
"He I a. Persian, who speaks but a
word two .f Russian. HIls head is1
sba y rirag, io ;twisted round his
wai'apifeet are dyed oranges.
"Fst he rubs you, and then sudden-
ly, ltiou lie face dow nward on the
marble 6lab, he is upon your back. his
feet dug Into your spine, his-hands
grasping your shoulders, to Increase
the pressure. Slowly, With skillful ap-
preclation of. every, muscle, his feet
grind up and down'your back. They!
encircle your neck, They are on your
hend.
"Then he vaults lightly off, and In a
moment from a. lipen bag. filed with
sonp li-hnas squeezed clouds of per-
fumed bubbles, and you are bidden in
them from head to foot ai completely
as ift you had fallen Into a snowdrift.
You are not absolutely bruised, but
you are clean."
Sweetness That Never Palls.
During 'h sleepless night the Vizier
Mujjed4jddlin Kumlja dispatched IWs
slave,, Bedruddln Ejas, to bring io
sweets. The. save procured a copper
kettle heaped with many kinds o
fruits and sweet, d Mujjediddin be-
gaxn to eat.
"You relish them, my master?" asked
the save.
The vizier shrugged his shoulders.
"Thesei fruits are sweet-for the mo-
ment,* he said, "but show me a fruit
the sweetness of which will endure
even unto theejudgment day."
"Suchl fruits there are, my master,"
cried the slave and hastened toward
the Mosched 1Husa, where hl a 'oke
the starving orphans in the house of
Allwin and led them forth and into the
room of his master. Overjoyed, the
famished children devoured the fruits.
"Look, oh, my master," said the
slave. Here you see fruits the sweet-
ness of Which endures unto the Judg-
sent day."-New York Press.


Betr6thal Customs.
The Scandinavian brldfgroom pre-
sents to his betrothed a prayer book.
and many other gifts, which usually in-
clude a goose. She in turn gives him,
especially in Sweden, a shirt, and this
he Invariably wears on his wedding
day. Afterward he puts it away, and
.under no circumstances will he wear
It again while alive. But he wears it
in his grave, and there are Swedes
who earnestly believe not only in the
resurrection of the body, but in the
veritable resurrection of the betrothal'
shirts of such husbands as have never
broken any of their marriage vows.
The Swedish widower must destroy on
thie eve of his second marriage the
)rildal shirt which his first wife gave
hlin.
To Boll Water Without a Kettle.
"My wife and I," says a traveling
man, "were once In a hotel where we
couldn't get any boiling water. After
we had discussed the situation my
wife asked me If I had an envelope In
my satchel. I got one out, when she
told me to fill It with water and hold
It over the gas jet. I hesitated, but
finally did it and expected to see the
envelope blaze up every minute. But
It didn't blaze. The envelope took on a
little soot, but that was all., The water
boiled in time, and the envelope was as
good as ever when the experiment was
at an end. I don't know the chemistry
of the process, but try it yourself and
see if it will not work."
'The Orental Amethyst.
The Oriental amqethyst ia really a vioe.
let colored sapphire, which is an ex-
ceedingly rare gem andof brilliant lus-
ter. It isa regarded as a sacred stone,
and It Is used to ornament the cross
and the pastoral sing of Catholic bish-
ops. The ancients often used the ame-
thyst for cutting figures both in relief
and In titaglio, and there is tn the aa-
tional, library of France a delicately
wrought pronloe of Mecenas, a Roman
statesman of Octavius' time, engraved
on amethyst by Dioscorldes, oite of the
four celebrated engravers mentioned
by Pliny. _
Caught the Studento.
There was formerly a barber in Har-
vard square who caught the university
custom with this classic appeal which
some friendly patron suggested;
Biate aviator.
subM0ttgt collum tonasort
Et abi ateir Adonla.
"Traveler, stay, submit your neck to
the barber and depart a second Ado1


*'Some p?op sfId the. caltlr with
a sll4ht never. "seen to think that
asgntig cleel.t is the most important
thing in iife. t,
4i 0 kirow i -ejoined o e*tator Sor-]


Icontnual ana increasing doses to
attan the results. J
1 ^J axts on the -

livers cures ChlI
and Fever, and every form: of'
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and lnter-
mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.

For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville

i'l. BT1A.EBLISISTID13 18Q0.


H.F.DUTTON&CO.I

COTTON DEPARTMENT

GAINESVILLE, - FLORIDA

RIGOfST PRICE PAID FOR SEA ISLAND COTTO
InSeed or Lnt, Large or Small Qtautl4tles. .
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers "
made by letter or wire. Correspond-
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In fact, here you can thaster the
touch of individuality as at no
other house. *
We are now at the height of the
season. All the different cloths
for Spring and Summer wear-the
choicest prevailing fabrics in col-
ors and white goods ate here, re-
vealing the master touch of indi-
viduality which comes from the
personal suggestions and directions
of our buyers.

OUR MILLINERY and
SHOE DEPARTMENTS ,
Are now at their best, and you
should not fail to see the many
handsome patterns now on display.



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I M AT ROCKY POINT'. i :i ;-i^ '

tIeLand and Patrons of Rocky fro AI l
iet School Tender Picnic Friday.
ky Point, May 2.-Under 'the W o e .
jees of Mr. DeLand and the pa-
d of the Rocky Point school, a fish Curdby the use of Kodol arereceived daily.
nd picnic was held on the proper. Their troubles nearly all been with indiges.
S0. P. Cannon Friday. Nearly 4ten or other stomach disord r.
S anno iay Neay If thefood yoweeat falls to give strength
py resident attended, and a most t.your body It is ,because the juices e-
liable time was reported by all. created by the stomachand digestive organs
Ish were caught in abundance, the ar t nadoquatetoransform the nutrient prop-
iands carrieIndigestion.d by the ladiesThe sst is deprived of the
it temping and recherche, quality aimountof nourishment required to keep up
Iquantity both in evidence, In fact the strength, and the result is that one or
the delicacies been spread upon a nroe of the delicate organs gradually grow*
we' should have metaphor. il-YWeak and then weaker, until finally It Is
Swe should have metaphor ly diseased. Here great mistake is made.
le it groan. Spread upon the That of treating the diseased organ. Tha
end a depression of the earth was tbst doctors In the lan4 make this very
-eable The iced lemonade was Mtake. Why should they ? It is so ea
Oished by the school children, in i
b nothing was emitted, each vied
h tite other in making the day mo3st
asant and enjoyable. d
he guests from town were Mr. and
O Merchant, Mr. Hill and daughter r i
I Mr. and Mrs, Brumly. Mr and Mrs. '
mberaiM of Kfirkwood were also in This famous rernmedy p.hts the stomach and
a of Kkwood wdigeste org in a healthy condition so
sndance. that rich, red blood Is sent coursing through
SHE NEWS FRO MELROSE. the veins and arteries of every muscle, tissue
HE NEWS ROM and fiber throughout every organ of the en-
tire body, and by Nature's law of health, full
ruth Playing Havoc With Oats and strength and vigor is soon restored to each.
Laches-Other Interesting Notes. I Kodol cures Indigestion, dyspepsia and all
"hi Not. stomach disorders.
rose, May 2,-The day spell is do- I have taken Kodol for nearly two monthly
a lot of harm. The oat crop will after each meal and It Is the only remedy
most ruined and the pinder crop that gave relief from the terrible pailru
0 be cut short, unless plenty ofendured. After a 1time I would take it 'but
ao be cut short, nles plenty of once a day. and now, while I keep a bottle
wemee along soon. The rainfall handy I seldom need It, as it has cured me.
ng the whole month of April was Mea. J. W. COOLBAUou, Mile Center, N. Y,
44 of an inch. Kodol Digests What You Eat.
M. L. Ward and his brother, J. Bottlesonly. $1.00 Site holdint 2% times thetald
Left for a visit to their old home sie, which sellaor s0 cents.
eeft for a vii o heiredby DWITT & 0.. OHIOAQO
enezer, 8 -0. BODIVORD & MeCOLLUM.
a learned from good authority
he so-called Pyle property on the
'.has been vold and will occupied MEN AND WOMEN.
e new owners in the fall. (Ils ;eha itaUn
L. McRae has sold his cottag, on triw. of Uoous menbr
gton avenue to Mrs. Whitney. EvAlsiB O CO at or pottonou.
SBaSadie Mullin has gone for a OInAT,O gold 63 raslmsl,.
V.s. A. Yor pt in plain wraper.
mhs visit to her sister, Mrs. Rob- "bO aor.at rlee or
,at Lyons, Fla.- Clrular sntmtn roe rtS
qtre a&e still a few of our winter ... .......... ,
aInts left and they are' enjoying T P
beautiful weather we are having TO THE PUBLIC..
Ch, especially when they hear We, the undersigned, hereby agree
overcoats are still needed to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of
em homes. paint who can show, by slinilar tests,
SD Sin any paint standing, upon any mhotal
^ Sick Day Since. surface as perfectly and for so long a
very sick with kidney time as our
all sorts of medicines, % RAPHIITE ELASTIC PAINT.
lieved me. One day I We guarantee oRAPHI'TE ELAS-
r Electric Bittersand ,'TI paint to contain no tar, rosin, as-


t that. After taking a'
t relieved, and soon
tirely cured, and have
since. Neighbors of
rod of Rheunatism, I
nd Kidney troubles
pity." 'lhis is what B.
out, N. C., writes.
tuggists

-T A BAD MAN.
ri Arrives With Low-
ted for Larceny.
red S. Curl arrived
from Brooksville,
ewis Pauling, col-
S a charge of larceny
is county several

nation that could
that Paulin Is what
a bad egg. He
Id, one term in the
p at Dutton, and
given freeedom be
ft before leaving
'he is now wanted.4
in the jail in this
ion of the spring


phaltum or any of the products of
petroleum, and when applied to any,
surface according to our directions to


wear perfectly for a period of five.
years, and we agree to furnish, free of
charge, all patit necessary to repaint
any surface where it has proved de-
fective. Signed, i0
The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio. U. S. A.
We take pleasure in announcing that.
\ve have secured control for Alachua
county for the sale of this celebrated'
GRAPIIITE ELIASTIC (generally
known as Uncle Sam .jains.) This
paint has the highest endorsements for
tint and Iron roofs and all exposed
me tal,
ST. .. TlIOMA Ia. A . CO.,


SHAW



FurTnishing


(N TIv Yl I"'WT


xSixty Years J
nothing Syrup has
fren while teething. .
. tenss the gums, Compler stock of FurniO-
nires wind colic, and
ordiarrhoea. Twea. tre, tOVe%. Heters, Do
Sold by all drug-i etc
o world.
.r Kaiser Reception, r l t |
.r.., ,. oS.. 0 i1ie N 1vi'le I11
%rIt w m raining h.:t-la-
o g, thUs disappoint. *II . ..t
|inais who had i5 en t I First.-Clasp fatleete< i d
WieAthbr In which to k Bdus to
ainn emperor to this i k lti. .ut.t .o
lementa made for lilnMN 1AM1, ?NAlLVMLE,
iperort liCim were .,V CHICAQO,
e mad _or welcom- ;.s VIE. CIUC.WATQ
SOThere. waer the jLLIvIE",'.lCINCINAT
' and a similar r di- ST, I)U IS. and All Poit.
"'Tht VlIa Nztlonle.. Ws t aid d oirth*iwt.
d lt.a attrscvtlveneis I NL.W (.lpi'14,
hain bavi* 'l atnAldl ffI 0 OE1I5OE nttse
iae Tordbure Is that ind All Points 8otlthweat
S, Throgh Titekt .via 1. & N. ie. sold
e7tlon b1b irarll ed coupon tiket agentls (l

' many, c m o I Oe> .t t. t *n
r 5jtoab tISo m0 c I' Pt. no*ItWM P *. Pam. Aa4.


DR, J H, ALDERMAN,
DENTIST.
[Successor to Setiler& Alih rmaiin
Over DuttOn & Co's lalk. GalnesvlIle
Spetal atteonutio to Orown and ridge weo
Phone 70T- ,
DRI GORDON B. TISON8
MENTiST.
Graduate ialttUore Collee I n t inl aSurgery
FIlve years' experienooten New Yo.tk ('11y.
Crown, Bridge work and iUling specIltlties.
At.L WolK GUlARANTl). .
Orrica lN ENDEL BEOKt, GAINKa tt.i.t. r.IA
R. J. PImsoN.
DENTIST


South Side Squcare,


Harnes lBlock. ncrosms the hall trlin mu iith'
Studio.
SW. PATTON.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SU tiV YOR
GAIN BVIXL. 5A) It I.
Dosler in ro .,tato. Thor.- l,-vly 1poted
WAth everyjigotlon of land In Al'him toutitfy,
Correavyg oe sollotted.
H P' RMPSEY.
FURN1TURE RBPA 1111
and Made New.
LOOKING GLASSES RE-S 1.VElt D.
We buy or Sell TVitraiturO. ov 'on .onirtro,
with you on the oominlslon bw,, liutronatwe
sollolted and sattisfoation always
A LFRED S. TAYLOR,


PAINTING ANI,
PAPER HANGING;
GAINESVILLE,


l,'OIIDUA


Agent for DECORATORS' WA. L PAPEKI
COMPANY, New York.
030. U. WALKUII aMUtrai. l. I.ATAII


WALKER &


SHAYLOR


ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W.


Florida


Jacksonville. -
4-8-02


CAFE BELVEDERE,
WM. SCHlIT.LR, Proirietor,
182 W. Forsyth at., Jacksonville, Fla.
Opposite Poatoflio,


Best dining place in l'ty. Fine
Wines, Liquors auid Cigars.

TIE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORl & (' CIARS
JOHN MENZIES. Praoirt 2lM-a01 W. Hay at.. Ji, it .ornvlile,
Faust beer, bottle and Iraughiilt,. Don'


fail to call on nm when il Jtlcklrolvlllei


W HEN IN JACKON'vII.l:
---Visiti t.h -
THE CRYSTAL SAI O',(O N ANI) ROOFi
GAR1)iF;N.
Tho best. Liquor iniOw ,ity. Enter-
tainment every night ait ioof Garden
Theatre.
T E OLD REL1AHI.E
I N, 8 HIf T M E.T,, AN 1
PLVTIutO cKMSTAriI.I MKNT

SATISVACTION' JI A i ',Wf1}

0. A PslRrgT> Ies.' 5a)i Manaier
GaoilSvUlI i urtinfl.


ic Arnds Saloon and Catb
Jakstonville, Ilorida


Merqsant. Lunoh from 12 Ito 2 p. m.
sr!tholBfmay iehotear, alt I.i-,
ported WrbtHerMgr lier ol Drinuoght


steaks, FlFi, Chops. (inrin in iseastn,
to order, Pool, Mluli ardI., Jlowlingi
Alleyt 180 W. Bay t.


CHEAPER THAN A DOCTOR,

BETTER THAN MEDICINE


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0NAL'ANV'D SOCIAL ITEMS

-I4 Happenedand Whajt s Going
ippen Told in Short Paragraphs
hiat "He Who' Runs May Read"

rewith Cttthman & l .Hi.
f sh^aves*L,. Oarter &Tomkiles.,
,ConOell of Osceola was at the
I1ase ,yesterday.'
o Thomuas or( LaOrosse was.
I th :city. Saturday. .
I paymeits earn good dividends
to.dard4 ,See Moyer, 1 to.16
?veam snd any kind of cold
delivered at your home. J. M.
'phTone 171. .


*neOe good, honest and in-
boy to collect, Apply In
i15ox ", Gaiebsville.
tripling, representing the
l1er Coffee Qompany of N6w
working the trade in this city.
c'dward of the Armour Oar
td. ye'strda y for points in
aty in the interests of his


!Fley's 1 loneyiadTar is peculiarly:
ai tt'. asithinaw bronchitis andr.
iars ines.'1 Sold by W. C. Wallace's
d ta4toreeP *.: "
Herbert Willima of Alachua has
removed to this ity, and has aocept-
eda position as salesman at the store
.f W. .' Dorsey. & o.
;L. Moore, the extensive naval
.stores operator, who is at the head of
L, .,Mobre &. lbus$ine visitor to thib city Saturday.
J'. ,Iegaey, a competent tonsorlal
artist .of Savannah, is in the city. He
%ame for the purpose, of .accepting a
pesitlotirwl th the barber shot of OCar-
5*4' & Tomkies .. .
B. Ratne6 of Archer, one Qf the lead-.
In61t tsens of that town, was a visitor
tothoitc'itySaturday, Mr, Raines is
carded as' one of the flnest black-
sitths in- is section,
:"'at-.-A' pocketbook ootalinng
twenty cent. A black pocket book
wh a snater yellowish one "in it.
rider an keep money. if will return
the pocketbook to this ofliee.
C (has. M. Lynch of Jacksonville, after
a couple of days spent in this oity as
: the guest of his -brother,, Louit 0.
Lynch, departed yesterday for AIaohua
.:and other points on businesS.
S David Edelsteln and Mrs. Moses Ed-
t elitein and soun, Hyman departedd Sun-
Sday for ew York, whoerq'they expect
to reeoperatefor a few weeks. Their
tendss aish them a safe trip and
!-pleasant sojourn. ..
.; ;Adirersof 8 Tam. 0 Jones want tbO re-
S:.member i thdte ~'d*iapeasranoe in
s citoiy-,May "4th The lecture walle
b' delivered under lyceum "asploes,
ant it will not:bt 'a temnperanoe talk.
,The opera house has beeii -seaured for
_,A a horl-shlioer Frank IaFotidOe.
Iismathu. a big. reputation.. He' has
et"plpye In.A great many oif: tbh


"reentlv. peavrenfo d a

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k~8.t"t; t ,at.e
ng~ dId e teo raesi t'this s t








t ;ng~ lai T rasmors te
Tl V. oTte-er 'Jato +sovilsir maler a
btrl(ef visit to this clt irdaft, rotymr

Mone saved .a money n ade.' Save
no oeb gwen sareing tike t ofS
E. W. M eoaiio, t he saval stores on
erator of Waldo, wa:s aw o the vis'
tor to this ity yesterday e na
u. f. Langley departed uny ay foro
oIi l.d home and Tw Hantiphire, where
e ill s opend the sumer. ace








96rit R o an
stager andi' well venilamsaed rooms
for rnt, Rgdyoe ratas for the sea-
on. M. L A. Thras of her, 201 Est
a E. Owans returned Sunday
fro( aceksonvilte, where e has been
for the past few days oi professional

YOou ever heard of' any one using
Foley money and Tap and n uot being
drua .tole
Miss Oarrle pell Williams, a ,charm-
ing young lady of Alaohua, is in the
city. She is the guest of her uncle,


Capt. 3J. Maxey Dell.
A.' S. Scott of Atlanta, the ver
traveling representative of the .~erett,
Ridley, Ragan Shoe Company, is work-
ing the th trade in this city.
B. E Voyle of tlhe Abstract and
Realty Company left yesterday for Live
Oak, having been summoned to that
place on professional business.
F. Hammon:, the merchant of
Hawthorn4arid one of the ripst suacoess
ful businessmen hi the East End, was
among the visitors to this city yester-
day.
Single young ,men will find the
coziest ftrnished rooms at the
Brown lHouse Annex, 75 cents per.
week to $2, Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House ofnle.
Mrs. Weboter, formerly Miss Josie
Parsons of this city, but now of
Rochester, N.Y., has arrived in the
city and will remain here for several
weeks. She will be the guest of Mrs.
L. A. Thrasher, and will be glad to
welcome her numerous friends.
Lo.' Olyatt of the United States
land office, together with Special
Agent A.. Paul, departed Saturday for
Key West, where they have been sum-
moned on important business connect-
ed with the United States court. J.
E. Wainwriglit, one of the clerks of
the land Qfflee, also made his departure
for Pensacola, where he has been sum-
moned to produce certain records in
the United States court.
Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater,
Miltn., after having spent over $2,000
with the beat doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief, was advised by.
his druggist. Mr. Alex. Richard, to
try a box of Chamberlaid's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a
well man today, If troubled with in-
digestion, bad taste" in the mouth,
laok of appetite or constipation give
these tablets a trial, and you are
certain to be more than pleased with
.the result. For ale at 2 cents a box
by all druggistt and i nedioine dealers.
Mrs,. Evangeline G. Moody of Ohit
cage, assisted by Mrs. R. A. Beoker of
Gainesville, gave a musical entertain-
ment for the benefit of the piano fund
at the school auditwrtum on *Monday
evening. A fair-ised audience was
present and ,the entertainment was
greatly enjoyed by all. Mrs. Moody
has a splendid voice and every number
on the program was highly enjoyed.
The piano solos by Mrs. Becker were
also very flue. She understands mu-
ala thoroughly and itt is a pleasure to
listen tojher manipulation on the
plano.-Waldo Enterprise.
A. M. Cushman has returned from
Key West, where he has been In at-
tendaftce upon the Grand, Lodge of
Odd, Fellows, of whioh he has been
honored not only by his re-eloction of
grand seoAetpry, but supreme repr.-
sentative s- well. Mr. Cushman -was
a member of the party of Odd eeleows
vilsting iavana, and heexp lesed him-
sef as being well pleed, with that
city. fe itatetd also that the people
of'Ky Wost entertalned .the visiting
Odd Fellow -iln a most royal manner,
and 'the delegates to the Grand Lodge
w.uLd remember the trip for an indel-
niteperiod. *
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ra t. i fP.r High e ra e and
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:.,Helong, Ithe;'mil. man 'ofI
l ,litam, was. transaeting business in
th It y~iesterdaay.
A bansotme new sign now graces the
4entr0 e~to th e OiB_ dermwn, the enutis.
IHerbert Pinioson went yetterday to
Micanqpy, where he will be the guest
of friends for a few days.
J. W. Murrell, assistant agent of the
Atlantle Coast Line at Rochelle, was
a visitor to this city yesterday.
Leonard Guthrie of Rocheill and T.
P. Monitgomery of Windsor were
among those Who visited the city yes-
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opiates and can safely be given to
children. Sold by W. 0. Wallace's
drug store.,
Lost-Small open faced Chatelain
gold watch with picture inside of back.
Finder please return to G. We. rafft,
A. C. L. dispatcher's office. Bteod


J. L. Ohesser of LaCrosse was in the
city yesterday. He is just recovering
from a severe attack of fever which
confined him to his room for several
weeks.
Yesterday being the first Monday
in the month, was rule day at the
court house, but the day was unusual-
ly quiet, nothing of a legal nature un-
der this rule transpiring.


When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and'
pleasant in effect, For sale by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
Prof. A. J. Foskett has returned
from Palatka, where he has been en-
gaged for the past week in tuning
pianos. lHe as one of the finest and
most coinpetent piano tuners in the
State.
J. J. Williams went to Waldo Sun-
day to spend a few hours with his wife
and children, who are visiting at that
place. They expect to return to their
home in this city the latter part of the
week. *
Mrs, M. I. Ooxe of Palatka isin the
city, a guest 8f her daughter, Mrs. A.
L. Glass. iM IRosa Ooxe, after sev-
eral days pleasantly spent with Mrs.
Glass, returned to her home in Palatka
Sunday.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Baptist church will meet at
the church this afternoon at 8:80
o'clock. A fall attendance is desired,
as business of importance will be, dis-
cussed.
The friends of Eli Futch will be glad
to learn that he succeeded in securing
an appointment as a commitete clerk
in the Senate, and is progressing nice-
ly. He is a bright and capable young
man and has a great future before
him.
Capt. Wm. Budd and J, J. Owens
departed yesterday for St. Petersburg,
where they expect to spend a few days
fishing and recuperating. The Cap-
tainis a good angler, it is said that
Mr. Owens is a good "fh liar," and
the result is that The Sun will prob-
ably have some startling fish news to,
publish on their return.
Rev. 8. Fison, the Episcopal clergy-
man who has been in this city for the
past three or four days, departed yesw
terday for Magnesta springs, where he
goes with the hope thathe will receive
relief from a stubborn attack of rheu.,
mtiisin. Mr. Fison was for a short
time rector of Holy Trinity church in
.this city, and has may.y friends here.
3. 0. LaPontisee, the talented young
city editor of the Timies-Union, favored
his raimily and friend.. with a brie;
visit to this city yesterday. Mr.,, La-
Fontisee is one of the braliniest jour-
nalista in' Florida,.apd deserves great
deal of credit for thO excellent service
he is giving the "tGreat and Good."
UHis friends here are glad to know
that his serves are appreciated,
and that he 1s prospering.
Max Kroaus, the popular ormear-
sial man of Savann'ah whoi probably.
the moost widely knownaindivida, per-
sonally, in tihe StAte, is .at the. Brown
House. Mr. EKrw has bhteeA oinig
to Florida for nearly a quarter of' a
century. He Is. pos00sd of an agr6e-
able and generous nature, and there Is
probably not a buSines man In Florida
who has not a eirsoal "e a i".t a""
with him. Is f be wi o th

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HAVE TO EMPLOY Iil4E MEN

This Would Meant an Expenditure of
More Fintancs Than the citizen;
SCould Afford, and the Oak Hails Will
Not Play This Season.
The prospects for a baseball team in
Gainesyille this year are very poor. A I
meeting of the manmnger, soliciting
committee and\a few baseball en4
thusiasts Saturday evening and'
reached this conclusion,.
It is to be regretted that GainesvilUe,
which for so many years has helda the
championahipU.of:thState-in- th -na--
tional game, should be compelled to
retire, bdt circumstances are such that
this looks'very proAable at present.
Manager MeArthur, in speaking of
the matter Monday, stated that every-
thing seemed to be against Gainesville
having a team this season. Unfortu-
nately no local players can be se-
cured, and if Gainesville supports a


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team it means an expenditure or not I
less than $2,000, half of which must be
collected before any players are RFAM FRF R
signed. While the people of this eity || r frt LLR
are as liberal as can be found any- IL IlL
where, Mr, McArthur does not believe
the city caA stand the financial press- REFRIGERATORS
ure.
Last season there were employed on W ATER COOLERS
the Oak Hall team only three men, the
remainder being Gainesville boys. MOSQUITO
Conditions are now changed, however,
as many of the boys have left the city, CANOPIES
while others are holding positions AND ALL
which prevent them from playing.
The soliciting committee met with SEASONABLE
remarkable success in its work, having
received a guarantee of nearly $800 GOODS
subscriptions. It is to be regretted
that our people will be deprived of a
team on awcount of finances, but the CI A MPI ON
stand taken by Manager McArthur ap- AND
pears to be a conservative one.
James Mattair of Waldo was a vis- DEERING
itor to this city yesterday.
Mrs. M. D. Cloud of High Springs BINDER
was registered at the ,Brown House REAPERS
yesterday. ,
Robt. E. Davis expects to make his HAY RAKES
departure this morning for Talla- ---- .
hassee, where he goes on business be- PRICES LOWEST
fore the supreme court.
Mrs. L, ., Hennington, who has TERMS RIGHT
been the delightful guest of Mrs. W. Thomas Hdwe Seed .
P. Lee, left yesterday for her home in T dwe & Seed
Abbot, Fla., much to the regret of her _- ...i_______
host of admiring friends. THE BAPTIST CONVENTION
Dr. J. B. Cprtis of Orange Heights
,arrived in the city yesterday for the And Auxiliary Societies, Savannah,Ga., 1
purpose of attenliing a special meeting May 7-14, 1903.
of Pilgrim Commandery No. 7, The Atlantic Coast Line offers rates;
Knights Templar, which convened one first-class fare plus 25 cents for
yesterday afternoon for the purpose of round trip, tickets from Montgomery,
conferring work ugon several candi. Albany, Lake City, Jacksonville and
dates. intermediate points,. to be sold May
Capt. L,H. Temple, for many years 5-7th, inclusive, from other pointsa. 4y
one of the most popular conductors on 4-7th, inclusive, with return limit May
the Seaboard Air Line between Wa1o 20th, 1903.
ard Cedar Key, was among the visitors By deposit of ticket by original pur,
to this city yesterday and his old chaser with special agent, Savannah,
friends wer, glad to welcome him. between the hours of 8:00 a m and
He is now reiidipg at Starke, but the 8:00 p. mn., and upon payment of fee of
probability is that he will shortly re- 50 cents at time of deposit, extension
move with his family to Gainesville. until June 1st may be secured. Ex-
urecWhen Doellenttrain servie, quick schedules.
CuresWhen Doctors Fail. The month of May iu Savannah Ls
Mrs. Frank Ohiasson, Patterson, La., very delightful, and with the number
writes June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria of adjacent resorts a visitor cannot fail
fever in very bad form, was under to enjoy the trip.
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I Ticket agents will give full informa
stopped taking theirmedicine the fever tion,. w.. L.AIuy, D P. A.,
would return. I used a sample bttle s G avaunah, Ga,
of Herbine, found it helped me. Then J CA A.
bought two bottles, which completely Wilinigon, N. C ,
cured me. I feel grateful to you for -- ---.
furnishing such a splendid medicine, Disastrous Wrecks.
and can honestly retommend it to CArulessli(s
those suffering t m malaria, as it will arelssnss is responsible for many:
urely care them. Herbine, 65W bot- railway wreck ad the same auses
tie at Johnson ro ar making huan wrecks of uere
For os WoL ofrom Throrat at11ldung rTroubir But
d sn .since- the adve nt of I)r KKi Kge Ne
Mount Vernon Lodge No..20,Knight DiscoverD for '," "r t u g he
SPytla., will hold it regular wekly and Cold, evn sre m
meeting at the astl6 hall' over Dut-icured, and ho a i, : eC s hOnl
ictlsed arid, lnf"nausish iegnation.
ton bank0tonight, beginning at 7 os longer neces a ryr ar ,- i
o'clock.' A full attendance is desi.rcd, orchD w." i i Crlth oe
*nd visiting brothers will receive a iwh ". oeof the ma
cordial welcome "* ,_'New I.-iscovtri .sa i by re.m iS
For Thosa Who Lv on Farms. da<, h l roat- and
FDr. Be n. Panad. I.. writ. "1t
havTe used Ballard' Snow Liniient Notice .
lalays.rwooromaenditto my friends, as ilavin.g t,,, Convicted at te f
I.azoofli4enBtt lt, isa danldfr 1 brns."'t Those who aisehua .'ountF' l the. CirI iOt
WIv. on ftar. ae .epseislly 1iqble to mise., ehereocytive tt




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