Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02120
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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: 05 12, 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: VID02120
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Southeastern Cotton Buyers' Associa-, Rumors of Contemplated Massacre

; ---cotton business of the south will no -----o cor ponnt o,.he Ay l ..-t o Pok---
loy Leaving on Account of Y r left a Ii nvr ool c s w Troops of Both Coutries Are o ya Repetition of Rusia' Assur
Seaving on Acountowrithat the ulaini soptr edt f Anttih t
Cockrell-Hargis Feud. aummated. Occupying Frontiur. fr.o ,.ltain irt.ot tS o ,,<,< ance to United States,
Soranizto i-- that a nmassa)r e of torigners hy Cht
UE CONDITIONS SUPPRESSED. to rege the so t of the troi REPRESENTATIONS OF POWERS. nse I contul tod, ar utrue i LAMPDORF I INTERVIEWED.
(jU C Pof telling the south wha t it should ast f o -he corwopdcnut writes' thu tha -
ptter Are Not Allowed to Send its cotton and it is a matter o Victory For Either Turkey or Bulg.a ever th pctur exiltt in l'ein. Reoccupation .of New Chwng by R
g:uII Report--One Who Knows Man the south stale will xe naer a, However, Would Be Devoid of Never in the legatit wa stab- an Troops is Claimed to Be Whol.
"iat Killed Marcum Has Been Forced home-In Atlanta, or Now Orleans. in Pecuniary Results, as Powers Will ly a Political inlue, Not Involving
tact. h uth capital rodI thl rurrotllllig couw
to F From Jackson. Te Southeastern Cotton Buyers' as. Permit of No Territorial Expansion. try so free tront tnohlstation 1ind tusuit. American Interests.
ddlesboro, Ky., May 10.-Several association will soon apply for a charter Berlin, May 10.-The German gov- kliowledge o tio foreigser's p ower Parts, May lt--Conmentlng on the
hdtt Iounty refugees are In this and will be incorporated for the par- ernment regards the Turko- tuigartan ko ou Manchturia itlation the om i
otio and give a description of the pos0.5 o.tlhnod above. s ituatioon as being grave, but l(aiponlsi. Whatever attacks upon foroMners BaY tho rtnch emb dw ta et.
lebl0 state of affairs in the moun- A meeting of a number of the learl- ble officials say that it a coll'.in can Whatever alt s upou ftrognrs syto e 'the ,re a ha ad Intirv tw ot
blll atatogt, o)(f)affairs lnothe mun- 0o iriurg hlas had aln int'rviow Ot
in e untry. ing cottcn firms in the south was held be staved off through the summer show that tdhey out agln td to the jct wih oe M
'hb Y aSy that reporters are not al- yesterday at voon in the convention more sobercouncils can get a hearing hw th they uouhi o agr a nstu tha l Plo-bJfct with brought out M rnpt
*ed to send full reports of the situ- hall of the Piedaiuont hotel, with G. A. In the winter whe.i military at tiu y f Pekin ias ntrn- "t Of tht (tltmt ntht I uht ausl -
*tion. Nicholson, of thie Madldox-Rucker Bank- impossible. thY vicOf rck Kliar Sih Kln i*ntroln given p011i tiv v lnsuraticH, to the Utit
Oo, who has been forced to fleet Ing company, in tho chair; and Mr. Rgarding the mutuaM reerlmnatlion. l e SJTackson, says that he was near Chesley P. Howard, Jr., acting as soee- of Turkey and Bulgaria in tnipting ll rilld equ with m tiu(eon f e oe rupti or policy In
aonwell drilled tihia tthuilaOd with iad etlair the u (1l(11i door cy iti
40,4aimtes B. Marcum was killed and retary, andl at this meeting It was de- bellicose purposes the official.> hr say ern at is alld fully pald. His d s I).stI Mtanhilllt antd i tie ert that
kelknow' who did the deed, andsays termlned to incOrporate the Southeast. Turkey certainly can-not wish l,r war, ton hs by th p the miil. iaotl ,, (lo iUlll Kuitoatkin, ttni
hat he will return to Ja.ckson at the ern Cotton B1uyers' association and to because she is unable to betir tho Ox. h h h hlutan war uiuistitr to Manchuria,
per time and appear against him. take immediate steps to induce all the pee e and knows beforehand that the ess witho feeble ttentrr to revOlv. the ws pacific.
s waln refused, to let his name be other firms in this territory- in the cot- powers would not permit territorial 13oxer i)ropagtida I thih provln.wo and The view held here is that lhuslra'
tillshed, because he has numerous ton business to form similar organisa- panaion as a result of victory. It in pui.hig the ,isir, e an<.es rully iirot.t thl Ul lnil
etltives in Breathitt county and he tons, with a view to the absotte con. also believed that Bulgaria. whio show.g th tat 4omitt toret8. Th re
i that publication of his name trol of tbo cotton business here at Ing a deplorably weak attitude tow r hanta ot tati i oupatton of Nfow Chwang by Rtuis
o.Aid, endanger their lives. home. the revolutionary elements, Iots not The onlys g up, Ion hih tro H in to be a whol
ould, ~ b er 'IThe only 1il.irre'ti on wIllh h)its sintiiiin llt 1(l tt l i l ied to be ii wholly
.- R .:A* SESONCONR.SS lyThis association was organized near- desire war. reached seriout proportion recetly is polttlnt aii.e by us.ala. Gret litlt
:EI XTRA SESSION CONGRESS. ly two years since, but has never tak- The powers have made represents that in Kwang-81. It started mtore all t, Japan ld a on In Vlih
^i.. _en vigorous action looking to the end tons a Sofia, emphasising the impose. t a labor riot than A pottltial de- Amneritan coimnirce or any other
wmakers WIll Be Summoned Just that is to be pursued now. aibillty of allowing Bulgarlt to roalihe alonstatlon fro the d.seraton inol lntlr
After Fall Elections. the fundamental aim of its policy, a pai nd ngry ay, robbed
Denver, May 10.-The News today MACHEN SELL8 INTEREST. namely, the acquisition of part of Ma- a.n uits n rod p lflurny have robbed Occupation Temporary
prInts an Interview with Danzel M. 0 cedonla. The powers know that th n in crrts May o.-.The ofletal at New
*Adefll, sergeant-at-arms of the Unit- Also Resilgns as President of Bruns. lpatitlon of Macedonia In favor of I3u- ov Chwn who nanit yiisttay'h eww ot
.ta tes senate, to the effect that an wick and Birmingham. garia would cause Greece, Servia and ya, a btehae ntussia's alleged actl.n at New Ohwatw
Bztra leesion of congress will be called Brunswick, G.L, May 10.--olonel l other countries to raise claimn for lned to part of two provinces anid does and elsewhere in Manchuria, tle
bo t Nov. 9. Mr. Ransdall and fam- C. Machen he-s sold 'his entire interest Trklsh territory. Hence thaa powers iot promise to become a national graphs today that the oibccuipation of the
ly are spending several weeks in Col- in the Brunswick and Birmingham rail.- are unitedly determined not to permit movement, forces at the mouth of the Lino rivor
Oado for hil ton's health. Mr. Rans- way and resigned as president. any change In the status qu. .. waas temiporry and that thi Iituaslite
thll a quoted as follows: It Is generally believed that it was On the other hand, the reforms in ptPSf WEIGHED 400 POUNDS. have now withdrawn. Otleitl circles
"President Roosevelt send word to purchased by P. A. Umsted, president MWeedonla, whidh have. unfortunately, Rat Pekin are 4ystltld. Their subor.
i through Secretary Loeb last week of The Mohawk Valley Steel and Wire been suspended through the outbreaial Coffin Had To Be Built to Re-. dlnatte at Now Ohwang have not re,
,, St. Louis that I could prepare to company. of violence at Salonlca, must be car ceive Body. ,ported tho r-o.cuweiip on of that plato,
eSive. the congress immediately or The sale of hisa interest in the Wruns rted out and Austria-Hungary and R. New York, May 10.-H r body hene tlfr is a dlsapoltionn to qeLstion
on a possible after election day. To wick and Birmlngham is probably the sl. which are immediately concerned. swollen to enormous proporUons by theo orrnltnsit of th, informattln, al.
I tary Bennett, of the senate, Pres. result of the scoring to this city of will see through their consuls that elhphagntlas ad woling 400tpotuntI tholih tut ho" r a th y< ,t rldav'a tory
ent Roosevelt made the direct state- several northern capitalists, who spent they will be carried out. Mea. Annie Wilt Is l.ad. 0xptrordl. i o rti'io taod bt aone of h at l lt
ent that congress would be summon. several days here and vlalted Colut. It la underryftat th powers In preparations are heaig mado by lnd hl llltnd (ltol i 'l
ed just as soon as the fall elections bus, Eufaula and other cities that are their representations at hsomi reproach-I, the undertaker to get Ih.. I otly out of
iere out of the way." after the line. Ing the Bulgarian government with t" house. It . too l.rg to p. TU4 OOILER EXPLODES.
Wha will the call provde shall be In a telegram received from Colonel proving weakneit -toward the revolu. the houso. doIts to ota ,rg t ', ..
t(ken up?" was asked. Machen In New York, ne says: tionlists pointed out by the lack o( coffin bul for It. It a h di h Enginer 's Ro'al'td by png
"h reciprocity treaty with Cuba." "I have sold all my interest in the more energetic attitude. In a Iddiloto n lt la u.p to the wie. w anti Steam--Firem.n sca. d.
"Will the Philippine tariff reduction Brunswick and Biromingham and sev' to the comtnlilcatlons m ade t to the . e afi.n p.owh.. -t aMan S ce.
tloasure be resurrected for consid red all con tions with It. The par. goen a .'.a th. -er hae Ths e tue andertwker n1 tat il r wl k-llb, NI, F l tity hia aley in
Stion ?" chasers say they Will rush It to coinm made representations. at CoztstAu.nophlai ti.o.r......_.....tally..'-
u pletlen, whicloh io what Brunswick most Whit ie box wee- entlasniy too stnall tn jitred awti anoHier a'orlously hurt hy
"I think It Will, as soon as the Cu. let which hve nd Try e rc tho hotly. so lit hallt onti 0, thei al ilon of oiler tn the govrn.
tnL business Is disposed of." desire. ho-eleumnes of drivingg any ddqnate proportions. Hvral m,n ment lug ,'ynthl IT'lrtay aftetnooi.
RE-IG-A-iN S 8EABOARD TRAIN WRECKED. territorial or eniar aanta from were needed to lift the body floii The ,ni-n wore horlritlly sealde by
-RECONSIDERED RESIGNATION. attacking lgda -Goes Into |t Washout NW Pernandln. Nev dnger le the Mr Wilt was 26 yers of ae whn wtr
pralnd Duke Michailevltch Apologized PI4.m nver e .. that. Turlb a .d lulgarian troops r owth, We a. sJ n yr of wa y.
STo Miniter W i-tt, oI e ..n.lhoe, Afr Zne raUw Pacing othr on to f-rou,1.ri hospital, where sheh had bn or trt ag e on the tU.g Two
St, Peteirsbur, Ity Ilaneu *7, o ftte toord Atr UAn rw l it = i & Ware r she wiu known as the "patient ntirmn, J. C. Warren anil T'be Jck.
oi.stqr Witte pe.sonWuly handed his leaving bee, a T o'clock this m or less accMeital ColisIon tsib With the elephat feet," her lgw son, are at the Margin hopital with
lnigunatton to the tsar today but with-. ag., ra lajt e wasbout at ,h which oid asly grow nto as large as a ma '. tly, ot little air li chat of ra th wovry.
'lw it at Ilghttall. curve about "l- t.fe out from this Jllleh ei The tat er tI wore than yer she had t$w "" aAmnbrosn )ivutler the cook, w
His resignation followed & peremp- city, completely wreckitig thee* therefore, having a deprss.... I i to walk without crutches The blown .overi,orl, but reneued. I
Aiy letter from Grand Dake Alexander and badly si ahi up the three N rman .Worn and Is pretiil woman who slept with Mrs. Wilt d1l injury is not fatal. -
-ichaelovich demanding increasq1 ap- senger cars which constitted t1 iiy' opei o :- a latrgpe HcM, ,eored she had beftn slecplutgi with a 1rgnleer tlckaey and tief remei
ropriatikona for the latter's new doe train.- "0O ... p<. Her clfrse hli died with wr.. in the ii room whom the est
t bnt Of commercial mriTrne. There w no one killed, but tomel S.I OV. W tIrC .. out a cry. e c pliogin ocurrl, it w were cnttiht It
:M, Wiltte Inftormd the esr that he eight persons were injured. IIttieet f ---- th trnp. Tlhr_ W_ no poii
0iolld bo iAable to admitniter the FPerrera stained a bad injry lu to at tU. ng of .. ..ttaa BU4.LLS PUSHED MARKET. bl ch iini ftr t o&Pm., a.nd tha y wrie
liaances it grand dukes were permitted back; Conductor W4adkini had hlf ] -i Lb Club. --- horribly roasted.
to ive orders. face badly cut atd goe five or i.x p910 i "'Ar b nsetionei Advanee In Cotto Putur .The czar urged him to reconsider Goger-s wpre stitht hart. .hS,, l t New Orfno. rn tO thw *stitanice of thr unfortu,
|1s determination, and M. Witt corn- A heavy wind and ran storm pIreo S 2 ew Orleans. Mf-ay 10.-T wek i~.n e m -n could nt o ns, until the.
led ft the grand duke had wrttte .aled all of yesterday and last n ight, iis a. gro Suestoln 2Jtherii Cottxfla-..rkf't oa' at w.on t- hller wain atuitbMaUte4 of tf deiath
a letter of apology, and caused tbhpeWhout. ti. a e.'ol -4hew .rl day with futures at the ioait Men< t deatlig onti.tstt. (hkisey wfas ,n)
a I N- .It. rei 0. 1bta toi.,hatte ,. oiwI . . f u his l i-it ,"- nt.. .aues what-n taten out. nld )ed
S Money 'Left to Yale. KAPI rT CONVENTION. ut r- a oly ..t.e. c,.r t .. hne.- She ton wa qt ... t ul n hftt Umtle u irteime.
Hartford, Conn, May 10.-Te will of "- l ot b l bod< tI a1trkit a r .h.r. T+ ,a'u of te sia< mt aiy neveI
h lte Walter DI. Pllkinls, who died. Second Day's Selion-Trumt- Tth.e a t o la+e k ^ ntg u .w-_ y iwrs e toh. -ar t ar.y prkt ht kn.,n '-.u wt e towing ma d
SWashington. DI, C., a few dayrs ago logical se eriT lSited. S tor a4o- tor-.t .n ri #k <, o .v. ur with f fg U-oto wi melow
bel.en.led forw roiat* in "!Iasit Bavanlnh-, Ga.. May 10-'th seco b.-t it, th e a -b A -. a U horn a ., ppeawid wtllig t rai *t f t ity hxpht< waa. ...
BX rill, To the President nd. fellows day'a a sslote of the Southern BapUit .tei"i ..r over hundiy, as tlnor,. 'i nd; sta. ., @iidia bi..wev as. ot
ale $10.000 1s left in metmoryof the convention be-n.thtIs w onloig wit' h e tSi tllis what next week will t<'rthng 5aa vy dcnayea ofe
|l of Mr Plikins. Professor Anithony renewed intent ito or Areo At thw o!ik at Aoo ttayi JulYi 0 4 hrwat lrft t hbae orytred 3
T. The lcome of one-all tiUon was latroduced by Atorg l.tdyel n im ", w i 48 otat a to ft talay ol #sm .U.... I+lM laeount is to be oftersd as prtee of AGanta to Gheng the i|MS Of ytg tarm,% O'i l-t 1 AutUsi *as 23( pt-' m4Nsr-estialo. Ikoky nfe monttbh
plSllency in mathematics; and body to tie Bapitt con of timi up 16ttt18 and t.parnabau we-s Bi
It"aOoit othe tt.e $000 Is to be Untltd tates. Under the ruile tii A haw e t points up at 5.1 6. "1, i
S needy and deserving un. resolation will be acted ame sn. 0twouie 14y 0S in 6 NOTA WHRL TUNiNO.
>.t..tfot To t e ;. mgre attend* Tte tol.ow.in. trus t l te J > Cotten Goes sti Hiher.

Mlsoaary society $10W000 IS glv O Bapt Theologicalc W Yorkw May i -4*it t Cfartbol dute, Sseen an Ydn
Loisvlt. . lTe. KlcY., wereelectei 1..,. 4I i3 Twoew .w -her r, sa:is for Wt OO-a
s h Alabamai; Carter Allen Joseat .] 0-Pe JESS. MORRISON QUL.TY. RKetockyy. .. -dy and t. W9. MI 4aj, jtl'y, Aiigut.' Seitmt-r. tobe, o Nt4Mille, /SPea, May I.--A .-iua-
-"--- anes6 *caOrsa; J W Thbes*, tae- ear p of iuw iteemwbe all ea ting new bgah ter speui t&0m JackoaL, To*en ea-
Csout Afrre, 0eilsloAf the *esee. J. a. White, Geor'ti. bovol oe is July old t 1* AesWt Ol, l the roednotsis br4akeme4. end
*.ower Cesmrt Te local pe-lpits will ie tiled by U71l aSe KiM, W, eaeteinbe' at 9.30, *.g dt 0las of the MlodW s 4 O1 n(
K:a-..%. 19a .."-o.- "-The ass' 11 ag so1rh .f tol rrow. .:ee, *::- 1; r\ nBo *.i:is^! tsieS1 a llsl J la ,
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Creation of New Eighth Circuit
Begins in Misunderstanding.



There is No Authority Under Whikh
the Spring Term of Alachua COurt
May be Held Unless the Legislature
Takes Quick and Decisive Action.
The regular spring term of the cir-
cult court, which should convene to-
day, is likely to prove a myth, as the
probabilities are strong that there will
be no court.
SThis condition of affairs has been
caused by the recent bill providing for
S the re-listricting of the State into
eight circuits, and which bill has be-
come a law. Alachua was formerly a
member of the Fifth judicial circuit,
but she Ihas now 1b)-en placed in the
Eighth circuit' The circuit officers'
have been appointed in the personal of
Judge Wills of Starke and Prosecuting
Attorney Calhoun of Palatka, and
these appointments have received the
confirmation of the Legislature.
SBut the delay will be caused by the
fact that no time fur the holding of the
courts in those new circuit has been
made. This will be necessary by the
Introduction and passage of a bill, and
no bill has been passed. The only re-
; ef for those conditions is that the
Senate take up today and pass, by
Swiving of the rules, a bill which will
S empower the session of the court. In
the meantime our attorneys can only
S "sit and hold hands."
Hon. Benj. I'atniam Calhoun, the
newly-appointed prosecuting attorney,
arrived in the city Sunday night and
attended the meeting of the bar yes-
terday afternoon, but so far His H1'oporz.
Judge Wills has failed to put in an ap-
S paraned'. He is probably aware of
the conditions.
The jurors sumnimonpd for the term
are here, the attorneys are ready, and
today will develop what is to be done.
Spring Ailments.
S There li an aching and tired feeling;
the liver, bowels and kidneys become
s11 sluggish and Inintive, those digestiont
impaired, with little or no appetite, no'
a ambition for anything, aid a feeling
that the wholo body slid mind nee'.ds
toning up. The trouble is, that dur-
Sing winter, there has Ibwn afn aclcuinu-
lation of waste matter iii the system.
Herbine will remnovo it, secure to the
secretonsli a right exit, and by its tonic
effect, fully restore thO wasted tissues
nd a vi atril tttti tri att ir i nk la

unu iv nr nl- i mi In 1 1 i tv ton p e v i nssIiB,
bOo at Johlisoul Bros.

Adopted Resolution Asking That Time
of Holding Court be Changed.
An Important. moectiig of the
Gainesvlleo Bar Association was held
Monday. Tho meeting was presided
over by the president, S. Y. Finley,
and there was a large membership rep-
The meetiing wvas honored by the
presence of 11, P. Calhoun of Palatka,#
the newly-appointed prosecuting at-
torney for thoe Eighth judicial circuit.
The purpoc of tih mootiting was for
the passage of a resolution to the Sen-
fator illnd tlopprseuntltives from this
county protesting that thoy introduce
and work for tip plassgige of a bill pro-
viding that h teorins of tihe court in
Alowhuin eointy luld bo held in
April anid Novivemn'r of teulei year, in.
atoad of May anid I)Dec'miber ias hereto.

:'\ Child,'on in Peril.
|Some of(u *i4 mosIt anious liours of a
: mother's lifi arr those, i\t eli t ho little
ones hitaveto h (1> ) o i" l hloy 's Hloneoy
a aind Tar is a i tif atuit 'Tcctivo remedy
S that novor ft "My hoy would liuhv
r died from nentbrailous trotp tt it lt t I
not boee for Foley's lti,.v ulnd TIar"
w;, 08 W. .yh ,, W hster Ind
SBold by W. C. \Val ia,,'s drui store
SMeeting County Covmnissioner.s,
4The horlorable Utotti of county
S nlsllCo latiuro, int alt the otoulrt hot us
yesterday for the p rpi' of, revisittii
the reglttrAtion list of A laehuA county
a' provided by law.
There was a tull board pr ','nt, iand
t work of re'vislng the list requiredd
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Stockholders of Star Petroleuri Trans-
portation Company Hap'py;
The stockholders of the Star.:Petro-
leum Transportatind Company of
Beaumont, Texas, of whom there are
a few in Gainesville, have 'been .made
happy by the announcement that the.
company has declared a dividend of 2
per cent. This is the second" dividend
declared by the company since its in.
The Star Petroleum Transportation
Company is really a branch of the Star
Petroleum Company. It is owned and.
Controlled by the management of that
company, and owns sevemtl vessels
plying betweeht Part Arthur on the
Mlssissippi coast, and New Orleans.
The purpose of this company is to con-
vey the products of the Beaumont oil
fields to the New Orleans market,
whIeh Tis the distributing point for the
Beaumont output.
Col. Henry S. Chubb, who is one bof
the, largest stockholders of the Star
Petroleum Company in this city, yes-
terday stated that oil tos selling at $1
per barrel in New Orleans. The re-
ports from this company are more
than favorable, and the only reason
that a dividend has tot been declared
by this company is the fact that the
company is placing all its earnings in
improving and enlarging the plant.
They are constructing thirty-three
miles of pipe line. connecting the plant
at Spindle Top and. Saratoga, where
they recently brought in new gushers.
The stockholders o6 the Star Petroleum
Company are patient, but they feel
positive that the company will declare
a dividend within ninety days.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken very sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which relieved me. One day I
saw an ad, of your Electric Bjttersand
determined tory trhat. After taking a
few doses I felp relieved, and soon
thereafter was entirely cured, and have
not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of
mine have been cured of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles
and General Debility," This is what B,
F. Bass, of Fremont, C., write,.
Only 00o. at all druggists
Sam Jones' Lecture,
Rev. Sam P. Jones will speak to a
largo audience in the op( ra house to-
night on "Get There and Stay There."
The reputation of this world-renowned
evangelist-or tor needs no comment,
but the people of Gainesville have not,
heard him since he has been in the l-
ceumn business, consequently there is
some conjecture as to how he will.
handle his audience. No one seems to
doubt his ability to give one of the
greatest entertalunieits Gainesville
over witnessed.

Noiorna Appointments.
Tallhaiutage, Fla. tMay ..L-.O'overnt
Jeinrilip.s has senit to th, senate the
ntoinalt Ion ofl Jamn:u T, 'PV111, of 0.Aji'a
ford county, ttO b' Judge of the 'n;W"
(eight 0h juilial cicult. provided by
const i itionnl amendien,t last fall ad
croftedt by the leglislatiure this welti,
and of Denjamin P. Calhoun, of Put
nIam county, to be state attorney tot
the circuit. The circuit comprised
Alachua, Bradford. l vy. Putti'sA sad
Baker, and court will be openedd;
Galne ovllle I next Tuesday. Tho' ap
I polntment* were lumedilately confirm.
ed. ,
Portland Next Meeting Plao.'
Atlanta, May 10.-The next aanual
mnaet ng of the National OonforseUa
of Charitles and Correctlov wlli, b
held In, Iortland, Me., The conmmItt
Oi time and place, appointed several
days ago, will report In favor of that
city dOuring the stesson today, and It
Is more than probable that t4io report
will be a.'opted. The report of th<
couimlttt1 e will be tlualnihious.

Smallpox Clois College,
Knoxvllie, Tenn.,May 10--At the v.
quest of thoi board of health the author
Ittes of Carson anti No wman cellcgs
at Jffirson t' ity. Tonn,. a.nooiutne,
the co('loag of the college, The itep
wni de(, emed e a'esairy cause of the
fact that fully .two doize tttentst rn
aftfc 'o4 with stalipo. Two motl
nI.w ctti($' were roeiirted today.
(srcit Prp's*ie.p* ftf Miadl.
in t wttivml slihowed. wolidertki
vtwtu tte ito mind iwleitn her lhors* Ma.
"I (tliat witat you call ItT She threw
down itht rins t1and yelled."
"I kow lshe did. aul the borise tri
straight down it e 'trett't If she sb ld
h.id o(n to thle relnit, she would slt'
douli',th osliterd hliutnto trteOe ti-'
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: Your Kicdneys
nhal*thy Kidneys Makc I Apure Bloo.
All th, blood in your body passethrough
youdr Idys once eve three minutes.
The kidneys are your

IMnpurfti*s In the blood.
If they are sick or out
Sof order, theyfall to' do
their work. ,
Fains, achesandrheu-
rmattsm come from ex-
.cess of uric acid. in the
kiiiiieitr0i., /, ,. blood, due to neglected
kidney troub 0,
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they ha4heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working In pumping thick, kidney.
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be 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.
if you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits l
by all druggists in fifty-
cent and one-dollar siz-
es. You may have a a
sample bottle by mail Home ofrSwanmp-Root
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer*' Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binghamton. N. Y., on every bottle.


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oon Worth$ 600, and Bearing Pass,
sto Whoeer Finds It.
,pg~4uin owhere in the earth's
tiphe ree to wander whitherso-
i p ~tis aballoon that is worth
y4 WhWle to capture.
0gl"oqp is a silk structure, 20'
J iiameter, 30 feet long, made of
0elow silk'and covered. with
0010- :This great ship is:Worth
o ahe market, and 'it ,belongs.
t *ny reservation whatever to
bpWa ho ctptiures it,.
4f~,tiJs not all. For securely
tened to the bottom of the balloon,
silk bag, oiled.so as to khep out
,, qisture, is a document which
11 tow the captor of the' airship a
t -to the Louisiana Purchase Ex-
il 'Ion, good for the entire season.
The balloon is one of several that
endedd at St. Louis on Thursday
Aiht of the dedication period. Mr.
in, who had charge of the pyrotech-
6i at the World's Fair dedication,
ad a number of captive balloons that
,ire to figure in a spectacular aerial
iaplay, but several of them escaped"
.h%! been falling in different parts
ithi edt cntry. 'One was recovered by
iret Vallentine, at Sorento, Ill., and
other byJramesC. Hinsey, at Wor-
But neither of these balloons is the
rii*.bearer. This particular balloon,
hbii was dispatched on its journey,
Outintion unknown, was 4ent up by
4,eonaut Carl Meyer after dark Thurs-
ay, April 80. Its only cargo was a
elieage, written on official' World's
Fair stationery, and signed officially
iy President David R. Francis, con-
veying the information that the findert
'f the balloon, upon presentation of
the letter, and a written statement re-
garding its finding, would be supplied
with a pass to the World's Fair from
-May 11904, to the close of the Fair,
eeemniber 1, 1904.
Vi e great balloon was filled with hy-
4 nrogb gas, more than 22:,00 cubic feet
beig'used at a cost of $200. This is
t fflcientto keep the balloon in the
`4 r from two to three weeks. It is at
.e mercy of every wind that blows,
Aod may be found a thousand miles
.,znce,or it may wander around and
en the gas finally has leaked, fall
lse to where the ascension was made.
When the balloon arose it carried a
light that burned for possibly
an' o0ur. It arose rapidly and
ucan by a wind from the south-
STl eeze was strong and the
t coul seen moving northwest
rough It arose and struck
other "it and struck off due
t, rsai higher, and soon disap-
The balloon will rise and fall with
he temperature, until it finally de.-
iends. As it strikes the colder strata
'air the gas will condense and the
rphip will fall. When it strikes the
arm atmosphere near the earth it
i1t expand and the balloon will again
0-'This it will repeat many times.
en the balloon may be seen in scores
.dlaees before it comes near enough
earth to be made captive.
Cures When Doctors Fail.
Mrs. Frank Chiasion, Patterson, La.,
ites June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria
ver in very bad form, was under
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Return. I used a sample b4tle
Serbino, found it helped mse. Tften
ugtl two bottles, which completely
me. I feel grateful to you for
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dcan honestly recommend it to
oie suffering from malaria, as it will
ity cure them." Hterbiae, 60( bot.
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b"munces that he will open his regu-
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ad healthful resort, Orange Springs,
om Monday June8...
'T-ti 'will enter Prof. Brinson upon
hi fourth term at this resort, alt of
blIh sv.e been- very *suceiUful.
tldents are not onlyafforded an op-
xity for a ,iest and recreation,
at Atbe same time enjoy the valu-
ptAli of a normal training.
term ill last twelve week, Par-
maf be had by addressing
RuBrinon in this city
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it0,- Cream Vermrofuge has
a world wide mrputaton as
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I tonie inbafeaex on w3Rk and
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or cold. at so small a cost that, the ver
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child can use It and manage It. I will,
state Its slinArelty, durability and ohb
for one siun)e dollar and a stauIped en
sent to my addres-s, by express money
will send sample l and Iurantee lt sale
refund the roney. I want to get It to
people that are toterested In their owi
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three years, or longer if you wishW No
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white chap, and not afraid ftor any one t
who I am and all about the nVew and 0
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S(lro Our Special (orrespondent.)
Tallahassee, May 9.-Though but a
trifle,over three weeks remain of the
constitutional time for the session of
the Florida Legislature of 1908, there
are many matters of great importance
I!Va" almostt untouched upon.
And now comes a very evident fric-
tion between the two houses greatly to
be deplored. This friction has as yet
not assumed the proportion necessary
to cause serious alarm, but even from
the most optimistic point of view It is
distinctly unpleasant. When it be-
oomes possible to create prejudice, and
this prejudice is acknowledged, to a
measure because it originated in a dif-
ferent branch of the Legislative.body,
l.. is. surely timeon the part of mem-
: beeL to most carefully consider their
duty to their State and not to permit
super sensitiveness to influence their


bitter appreciation of the manner in
which Florida has been misrepresented
at several previous fairs.
The absolute need for some general
law regarding local legislation becomes
more and more apparent every day,
and the outcome of the many local
fights before the present Legislature
may result in the enactment of such a
measure. The very great percentage
of local bills introduced practically
presents the proper consideration of
measures affecting the people of the
whdje State, and unless some drastic
remedy is applied the wheels of legisla-
tion will remain clogged as badly as
they are today.
,State of Ohio, Oity of Toledo, .
Lucas County. ) *
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
Olty of Toledo, County and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay One
Hundred Dollars for each 'and every
case of Oatarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of Hall's OCtarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this fifth day of D)e-

Again this week the topic of diedus- memberr, A. D. 1,886,
slon has been the Wailes-Baird claim, -- W, A. G(iAsoN,
and It is believed, fromin all reports, sK.AL i Notary Public.
that the claimant hav gained ground. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern-
All, the witnesses examined have been aly, and acts directly on the blood and
on the side of the claimantts, and the inlc(ous surfaces of the system. Send
' State does not seem, from surface in- for testinionials, free.
dioaitlons, disposed to use aggress- F. J. OHtNY & Co.. Toledo, O.
Ive or any other tactics in its own Hl's byFamlyl Dru s are the best.
behalf. Timh. Attorney-Geit that he had no witnesses to offer andr MOSQUE IS DYNAMITED.
Senator Call, who so bitterly opposed
Walls, when wired for (so it is stated) Many Moslems Buried In Ruine--Per.
replied that htlu id important business petrator Suicided.
in New York. lotwveur, the commit- Vienna, May 1.-A mosque at Kln.
teogiving lhwilolv question very Piu-il, i n which 200 Moslems had as.
tee on iving the wo ution very osemhiled, was, according to a dispatch
Careful consideration indi in their re- to Die Zlet front Sofia, 3ulgaria, blown
port will doubtless present, all the up with dynamite May 2. The woe.
faots in the case, together with proper shipors were burial, in the ruin*.
deductions. The perpetrator of the outrage,
'Tallahissee hiia been full of the in- named Popow, committed suicide by
habitants of Lake City tho past. few shooting. A paper found in one of his
days and the afore'sid A lihabitauts pocket s'described ilt as a member
have been full of-vtengene four their of, th M'ztid4nlan' vhts of Dea4h.
Benator ansd Represeintntives, who vot-
ed for the,now munioipal charter for Robbed Belmonts Country Home*
Th. .re are In tis, college Now York,.May l0.-'A man Who do.e-
that town. Thre are n ths college crbehimself Gorge Reynolds, an
town two of the most sharply defined lBnglahmian, was arrested today' as a
Itotlons found in any town in Florida, result of a robbery ot silverware and
and considering Jacksonville and Tam- jewelry valued at $10qo00 and some.
pa, this is saying a great' deal. The private papers from August Belmout.
opponents of the new charter a-clihed All the stolen property was recovered.
on the capital 05 strong, remained here Reynodse came to this country a week)
three days aniu left a guard of a ago and got e ployment as second
baker's dozen to hold tte fort until man at Mr. Belnont's country home
thIe return of Senuator Gillin., who is at Hemptead,. L. I. eynolds was
absent arWo cnttdareted In a pawnshop and the prop.
-l t o' ezty was found in a bas In a saloeo
with StAtto isi it't tutiom at. anrtow mad narby.
St. Pettersburg 'li' bill enmbracingg
the iew charter hits I. oti sigrivtdI, hlow- Too Great a Risk.
over, and is now a law, ami at tlii. In almostovery neighborhood some-
stage of the ga;.o it looks as though one has died from an'attaek of colic or
the efforts of tlhe dtlrtgation will be icn cholera morbus, often before mediohine
vain. Several of thle Ahclihun county visit- A relbl redy for thes
o--nd Alh hrik i too great fo ;any oe to tak
proni'ineni the piast week-have rV- Onamberlain C Coli, Chalera :and
turned home, \Atiolmg the ituntber Dharrhtoea -Remedy has undoubtedly
_Were Prof. J, N. GUhiUnmlstl, %sripeitn-. s"VA-ti lio Ive of mort people and re.
lied( more'paain and suffering than
tendent Holloway ou. Co uls n-l.tmwu, ,any othur sed icno in use, It can .l-
Davyis, Anmtons iAd l'iotums. Mrs. I,-. ways be dep|e*nded upon, Wor sale 'by
I. Moireary arrv'd in the city today all druggista atfd s edioine comipanela
'from Madison, whlro shtl has been at- Edwd e Jubl .. dicp.
tenditlg the meeting of thte 1ngltiters. dwrdotsJ'ay t Handi l
of the Oonfederaoy. and will remaiu prtset at th< Korptn osIrk meetIn l
here several days with Setatotr M- today to wltness the rate for the great
Oreary and Master L''lH r, Capt. Wii Jublee handicap. Ypsilanti was frt,
I-rot his returned from his work as a the l tko of Westminister was second
memberr of thief onimmittee it livesoi. an4a Haat was third. Nineteen horse
Oattli the counviet cam psof tho Statei, t
i tltgaIn at him desk looking 'fter A Rmt wae L

tif Rudda- toe, Ztoo t %.,
i !i on l ls dti ti d f for 0 1_-. B .y Oo Wy *k.- -h

20, 1908; November 3 and 17, 1903. 4
Limit-Continuous passage.
Conditions-Contract and each cou-
pon of tickets to be faced "second-
class, not good in parlor or sleeping
Here aie some of the staple crops of
the-different sections of this territory:
All vegetables and small fruits,
peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
oit'as and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other rains, tobacco, cotton,
peanuts, hay, rice.
The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line
is to foster all developments along its
It claims that lit is the greatest
trucking road in '.merica, and it pro-
vides every facility for getting farm,
garden and orchard products to the
northern riarketos in the best possible
condition, Iin 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 information in detail about
the territory of the Atlantic Coast
For Those Who Live on Farms.
Dr. Bergi4i' Pana, Ill., writes: "I
have used Billard's Snow Liniment;
always recomninend it to my friends, as'
I am confldemq there isno better made.
It is a dand1oer burns." Those who
live on farm hiare especially liable to
many accidental cuts, burns and
bruises, which heal rapidly when Bal-
Ilaird's Snow Liniment is applied. It
should always be kept in the house for
casesof emergency. 25c, 50c and $1.00
at Johnson Bros.
Bubonic Plague In Callao.
imna, Peli, May 10,---The existence
of bubonic piigue has been discovered
in the ,uburbs of Callao and the peo.
plie of that port are much alarnied. The
authorities hxaye closed and isolated a
flour mill where certain suspicious
cases have originated. Forty laborel-4
employed in the mills have been quar.
antinedl. It hSa been decided to close
the principal market of Lima and con.
fiscate all flour coming from the mill
In question. The plague has not so
-ar sp ..ad. :-j ... 7--. "

Z Nozk.Irritating

Ca thialtic
BWay to a easw y to operate-
Hood ls

The most he mI aiv la the world.
The eoatoo ,** MW*tk TTie -
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sold by W Wi-al a irN.St.,


E. T. AUl


"Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bow ls and Kidneys.
For biliousness, constipation and malaria.
For indigestion, sick aAnd nervous headache.. '
For sleeplessness, nervousness, heart failure, and nervous prostration.
For fever, chills, debility, and kidney dliases take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for.natural and thoroQ h orga!nic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
50 cents and $1.00 a bottles as ruggists.
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga,

Dr. H. Mozley-Dear Sir Since using your Leion Elixir I. have never had
another attack of those fearful sick headaceles, and thank God that I have at
last found a medicine that will care' those'awful spells.
Parkersburg, W. Va. MRS. ETTA W. JONES.

Florida Eas Coat sr y .

LOCAL TIME CARD Ne. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.


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are men of 1
The bill flxi
court in the
yet been ag
term will be
the importal
wish of the
the circuit, 8
had for the
work usuall$
at each term
atc adjournr
and a large
arb'at lHoile
personal atd
isjit tle or~at
der the care
of thp comma
up with its d
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probability f
exhibition o
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reason there
in any failu
Vantages of
lack of fund

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obth character and abilly. TO LOCATES SETTLERS.
ing the time of holding.
vario ounces a not AtlantictCoast Line Offers One Way E..
reed upon, but it seems t. Rates to Homeseekers.
oertai tthat the A lach 'ta Tb.,Alantie Coast Line Railroad
placed last naoicouant of OC6opati. wl participate in -one 'way
nee of'thee/couty d the a tle' rates from Ohio and M ia- The ,mfot. "1otthaop.. h rp......
bar of. Gainesville and "of a'ij iver gateways-Cincinnati, o., living things isthe serpent, atid the 'ilest an4
so that ample time may be Louisville, Ky., Evansville, Ind., Pa- most degrading of all human diseases s ,4taiou lod Poison. 'The
proper discharge Of thedAn'''iro, Ill., St. Louis, M., serpent'sinks its fangs into the fleshan4dal;ft9 '11 atlytl0l U "passes
proper dicharg f the dah.Ky, aro St Lo M. through tbeentire body. ',Contagious Bloo4,isox e g ftL little
y presented in this county and points beyond; also in basing rates ulcer, soon contaminates every drop of blood ughout the
. from Memphis, Tenn. (tickets not to whole system. Painful swellings appear i the oin ed ras and
the usual cutom the Seo- be sojd .rom Memphis proper), for copper colored splotches break out on 'the 'dy,'the mouth atthroat
Ad until Monday afternoon points on and north of the line of the become ulcerated, and the hair and eye browsfall out, tbuthe sym toms
number of the Senators Frisco system (Memphis to Kansas are.mildcompared to the wretchedness and suffering th co e i te atte
looking after iniportant Oity)', to the following points in Flor- stages of the disease when it attacks the bond and more v tal parts of the
Business interests. There ida, Georgia, North and South Car- body, t is then that Contagious Blood Poison seen iu all its hideous-
ryin the Senate and n- olna and Alabama located o thi ess The deep eating abscesses and sickening'ulcers and tumors show
the whole system is corrupted and poisoned,,an4d unless relief comes so05
ful and painstaking work system, or to which the company fnrms this serpent disease tightens its coils and crushes out the life. The only
ittee this body keeps well part of an authorized ticketing route, antidote for the awful virus is S. S.S. It is n'PSe'. remndy, com-
luties. at following rates under conditions posed entirely ,of vegetablemigrlients. S. S.
(Lms that there is little named: .. destroys every.vestige of the p'oion,- purifies the
for an appropriation for an Rate-One-half of the standard one- blood and renioves all 'danger of transmitting the
f the resource09.ofthe State way fare, plus $2.00. awful 'taint to others. Nothing else will do this.
St.L-ouis Exposition. The Dates of sale-March 3 and 17, 1903; Strong mineral remedies, like ietrcury and potash,
afor does not seem to lie April 7 and 21, 1903; May 5 and 19, dry up the sores and drive in the disease, bhut do tnot cure permanently.
re to appreciate the ad. 1908; June 2 and 16, 1903; July 7 and Send for our homer treatment book and write us if in needof medical
a proper display or in any 21, 1908; 'August 4 and 18, 1903: Sep- a-vice or special information. This will cost you nothing.
s, but from a keen and tember l and 15, 1903; October 6 andt THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,.ATAir TA GA,

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btic Club of That Organization
Furnished Delightful Evening..
efatitleo Clb of East Florid |
~iar$ gave the people of Gainesf
m1on' of the best entertainments o
b 'son. Every member of the
seemed to be fitted by nature for
thi respective parts, a compliment
a cannot be, paid to but very few
iteurs. Their movements were
al, absolutely lacking in the stiff-
ga that so often destroys the effect
endedd to produce. The perform-
aOnce was marked by repeated signs of
.appreeation on the part of the large
lAdience, applause, mingled with
%nghj*er, greeting the-players at near-
lyevery tu rn
SWedo not believe we exaggerate in
the least when we give to these young
people credit for giving us a better en-
tertainment than many so-palled high
Grade comedy companies we have had
in the opera house this season.
The first part of tfle program was a
Sburlesque onw"Mrs. Wiggs in the Cab-
: bage Patch."'
76 lowing is the cast o .characters:
Mrs. Wiggs--Miss Ethel Robinson.
S Elmira-Miss Nellie DaCosta.
Lucinda-Miss Susie Hunter.
Mlary Ann-Miss Irene McCreary.
Henry- W. K. Zewadski.
Jaaob-H, F. Smith.
Tommie-J. W. Pappell.
;Oillie Oapt.-Byron McG. West.
All who have read the very interest-
ing.book upon which this play is found-
4:C will have very pleasant pictures
calledd up by the mefe reading of the
names of these characters. The per-
sons who acted them were very skill-
fully Chosen with regard to their espe-
oial. adaptation for the particular
parts which they took.
This was followed by the two-act
comedy, "Mr. Bob.", The principal
figure of this play was a'lady ;ho had
eats "on hertoind." Fdllowing is the
cast of characters:
Mr. Bob-Mi's Chtistine Richards.
Miss Rebecca Luke-Miss Mary Da-
P atti-Miss Jessie Evans.
Mr. Brown-A.. L. Herzog.
Satherine-Miss Alma McCook.
enkins the Butler-Melvin Weeks.
-hilip Royston-LeRoy Giles.
o select any particular player for
clal mention would require a notice
all, for there was not a single mem-
r of the entire cast that failed to
measure up to the judgment of the
,verest crirics present.
So well pleased were the citizens
at another entertainment from this
ub will be given a royal reception.
he stage setting was good and the
stumes were well planned and got-
.' up.
SAngus Birdeey gave excellent music
otween the acts.
:'he management of the q.ub is in
harge of Captain0, M. Lypch, but
Is gentleman state that the credit
r the performauee is due to the
itrnest ff0tors of the players and the
Illful instruction they received from
M|1*es Mary Strobhar and Ruby Rose.
S A Farmer Straightened Out,
"A man living on a farm near here
Qtme in a short time ago completely
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand*
t him as bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
ama anid told him to use it freely and
ItI not satisfied after using it he need
nt pay a cent forWt," say 0 P. RP.
*tof Pattens Mills, N. Y. "A few
ayl later he walked in o the store au
*tratgt am a string and handed me a
dollar, saying, 'give me'another bottle
SChaberlain's Pain Balm. I want
.I n the house all the time, for it cured
e,:" For sale by all druggists and
SIedlcin* companies.

'Verdit Iin Barrel Murder Case Caused
New York, May 10.-When the ve
tiJOt -nlu .the -barrel ---murder asre.---
which eight men were held In connect.
tloit with the death ot Ben<*detto Ma.
4nsato was read, a wild scene to[
Vin'e wife 6of LadVtCta and ftnaro'.
.Wfie And child pvished4 their w 'a
ftpahish'. the crowd. .the room to the
atd. of thpu men and clou. to thOtm.
A, tSoe accused .except Morell* and
*10ec.t. who were noat i court, were
IuO4ttft( to prison without baIll iw
wat the astioa of the vad Jug. .
Moelllo lter was taken ltd cWp.y
the dlamlssal of habes pro
instituted la his bettcd.
*hecettl bsa4 never bWn arrested tin

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Gould Intereastl Seeking Outlet .to
6outh Atlantic Ports.
O.,( cago, Illa., May 10.-It is re..
ported thkt the GOuld interests have'
forzne san alliance with those of the
(eabord Air LAne, by which the for-
me*r .wLl obtain an outlet to the south
Atlantic ports, which they kre under-
astood to have been seeking for some
An important extension or the Sea.
board Air Line is now under consider.
ation.. It will run from Atlanta to
Bitrlingham,.and will be 117 miles in
'length. Construction work has been
begun, and it is said that trains will
be running over it by Jan. 1. The
new road is being built to carry heavy
loads on an economical basis and for,
this reason large sums will be eent
in overegming physical difficulties. In
grade and curvature the new line is
to conform to the modern notion.
The closing of this gap in such a:
fIlrst-class manner suggests several
things. Terminal arrangements at
Birmingham were provided at the out-
set, and include property of ample slhi
and good laction. A contract was
also obtained with the Birmingham
Belt company, which is now owned by
the St. I.ouis and Sajn Francisco rail-
road. It is believed that the doulds
will find ax way of pushing the east-
ern terminus of their southwestern
lines from Memphis to Birmnigham.
Railroad men are of the opinion that
the Goulds seek an outlet to south At.
lantic ports, and that, besides reaching
Baltimore, they want ports farther
south. Should they build from Mem-
phis to Birmingham and make a deal
with the Seaboard Air Line they would
have the choice of the various ports
reached by that system. There are
evidences of joint relations between
the Gould and the Seaboard Inteorets
in other quarters that make such ar-
rangement practice, If desired. Roelc
Island and Illinois 'Central interests
also are understood to be arranging a
close connection with the Seaboard
Air Line at Birmingham.
Entire Class of Syracuse 'University Inr
definitely Suspended.
Syracuse, N. Y., May 10-'Chancellot
Day, of Syracuse university, today su*s
pended the entire freshman class fot
acts committed by some of its memri
bears last night when, te clase nib
merals were painteldl .lver college
Dynamite was exploded throughout
the night, sidewalks ripped up and
other depredations to property in the
neighborhood were committed.
The suspension ia to continue, the
chancellor says, untitlrll trace of last
night's row is removed. Today the
freshmen are busily at work repalrinti
and settling.
Soldier-Editor Passes Away.
Dallas, Tex., May 1O.-'Postmastta
William M. O'L.eary, soldier anid news.
paper man. died .here tontight. H4
served with Custer*s cavalry In many
Indian fights and was for some tlm4
Stationed at Fort Brown, Brownvillle,
Tos. He was connectedd with the
Dallas and Galveston News and Tex,
a Siftlngs during his newspaper ca
reesr .
L Lves et. LoUts Arohbishoprlc.
SIt. Loule, May 10.-a the hope od
restortng hila health, Archbishop .lia
will laeae 9b lo la Monday to ent r
St. Agfes analtarium at Balthnore
His visit In t h east will be Indlnit,
and the archbishop -ays he may bare
return. In fact, his departure ti etl9ev
alent to restkatton from the St. Lsan
r ehbltepr- Bishop 3. J. (orlnes,
of. KnasM lly, the ew coadijutor to
Archbishop Kate, will arrive In St.
Louis today and asume active manai*.
meant of the archdlocse .
Drufggst To Mst In M.=et.
Macong Ga, May \10.*-Th* Horgie
pharnlseutical convention wrll be held
in Macon this mouth. Mowitay and

Tuesday, 18th .and 19th. The tidrug
gists of Macon are now making eten.
jdve arrangements, for the *ntrtanlu
ment ot vht(tlaorg dngiutaadUth
Indicatito are that th nwvemtwto
will be one of the largnt In te tleory
of the orga iiatolon..

eb tr r u sf t omw.*. it i,
It* ib tratlanat vArDow e eBI .1aD wrM

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er Wl e iction mi ly te n

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FrLe all o.a ls e.4
Ms'wAnr AZO .. tM o xewa.
o JAM20 Y.aALk lDoSt4'Lon
For Sale by Johnsoni Bros., Gainesville
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Gai nesville,



Men We Want to.,Tatlk To.
I1,. belic'e /that,il" t ?' uIn i n Gni i .'ita h was a c'/whionU .r t I.
if every main in Gt' .!II iil< kIf t he it w I.osin.f' everty iman inl laa/ i,'i 'iroid I mr e str'oif/ht toI us fr (/'/ n a/ts ./'t/4in)g.
]E.ach twc'k f'e t'/il 1il l t.h l(itf at'r nltmcnf on this .%etij c'. '7his
weCk's cargumit ( is iii' i

of trueo
is cheaper

may bo.

thI iC

dt-e.s twe(

World," made 'y t-hon u e lina, s,

a rments bear his i144 0 ;t
Bros. &o. of IaMtACrV. All heir



g the best is the essence
cornoiny. bloodd clothing
Ber than poor clothing-no
w hat the respective price

/'I the best c(/othin that.
ead" (c, c note bel/ow), aiyel
cs (r,) not hiigh--ir ; rce/-
t for either betusiEs or
IYr ctn be, boaght for the
sti1 4" $12.00, ind it twill
alin/ /t1'o sutit 11 '-' s1// f, r (bout /the s(tnc
-(n it will retain Ils
1,i'/ loing qfier the avcrit'ajc
Switl hb e 1tarr' />,hot#.; of
anfd4 btlyUim 'NH.

11111 sitt 0l O"^

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Take The Atlantic Coast Line


a pid T ra viast Souy i vu Wse st ""v

0 0 apid Trait and Urnsurpawed Seorvi

Titm AlIO Rn e ffeet April 14, IIAi,

; <, / 4.*: [ .-. ... . .' .: ,o ; .. ..i -
ia:Ipeli.WTprlOS,N0ei whrryand ler-
T IT mediate Points
12t Wp- W Dlf n. termediat e i'osnt
S pn il1a2k*,'ilytona. Jaw'kswarl *

|)RII iKortlb, Zast and Wezst

oabeUie and Minajopy

he Southern isss-4 on sale by tho
PeM5es s tsQyet 1ox to New Yo
U4i ftide A eDtle Oseistal nd thrnm slfl

Arrive F'rom

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Nalls, iron Wire, PIp0,-FII-.

tngs, Belting, Packingetc.

Iwight m Carr lt, Sold in any

lIt aone of ior Crat(haloguea.

Baird Hardware Co.




Highest Market Prices Paid

414 to 42t $1. Jtllan st,,
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espr nt e lao

EA WEIL & CO., "
Ofr All bnmerlpti0a.

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Advertisements of ten words or anor wi.
this heakd tsserted for Ohs Cent f Word, -ea-'* "
In advance,' each insertion.
Please answer ad vertstement.a as neareMse
In the Ad'vertfi'emont.
The ondidenoe or all perstO insorilsif 0'
tloos signed with tialals will b we reopeato
Their names will note e to lnqujrst,

DO YOU wtast sewl manhinet? ltsdOFot
buy until you have steein ue. .1 ean '
money, I keep on lhnd bth b ea u
needles. ottrtohnt.tits in) flrxtutreSfOrakM
of maoUines, Okld) a ht n a ttkenl Ie
chanUre. Second-hanl umohinesast yonrw
terie, Ol on-or tnddress C. A, W. W. rT
wrent 'ihe Sltger M lts (o., P. 0, 0. I.0ox 1,.
Uninosavile. Fla. duwt- t
IF YOU want noet, tiu-to-low ljobti printing,
Tzn 8UN oNitoi IK the it) so to got It..

Matlishek Pianos,


Des.t ltanio for this. trying cillmate., utand"
tutm lo n or ttnt utterss, eontruotod of
best s ltterlaitn, lttl mast l urtIsmUo
w orumliltikiti> obitu lithtb.,
tp) to date n over
deta1t aanul Un-
Sold by Us coittilluously for
without a single failure. If you
want a aplano for a lifetime's
service buy the
Matlhuslhe k T
Irlice. ns low ua Iu, onasteont with quAlity
C(Nsh or on iasay torms. 0Sn on 16 daysk'
trial. We p~v frlotaht. Write
for l Tce ''(,.)AY.

Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,





-Thy Want to Prove Their Abil-
ity as Ball Twirlers.
,Manager O'Neill of the Merchants
Takes Up Challenge of Commercial
MePrand Will Play for Benefir-otf the
Oak Halls.
Thi merchants of the city good-
snaturedly say that they are becoming
tired of the ihot air" proposition of
Oe vthe commercial men', who declare that
they are the warnlet ball twirhlrs off
the diamond, and have decided to ac-
cept thechallenge tQ engage in a colt-
totei of the national game,
"When we merchants get through
.with theswf16i9s tie ywon't know
'what struck 'en." declared Grocer E.
A, O'Neill yesterday.,"They claim that
they play ball with the same ability
that they sell goods," he continued,
with a twinkle it his. eye. "It that's
the best they can do we will have 'a
oineh,, and we merchants will have a
Mr, O'Neill requests The Sun to an-
nounce that tho challenge is hereby
iiaccepted, and that., inasmuch as the.
*' Wao l mmercial men have left the benteft-
of the proceeds to the merchants, the
benelftwill be for the O(ak Hail base-,
ball team;, which is needing funds
worse than anything else at this time.
We are therefore authorized to ac--
oept the challenge in behalf of the
merch4antsp and to request the com.
vlclal men to get ready and present
Ir*eiWlves on tih Gainesville diamond
oietiFriday afternoon at 8. o'elook.
A oeloe game is guaranteed, and.
.tee who attend will not only enjoy
an afternoon's genuine pleasure, but
I ill also help a cause which is badly
n need of asistance lust now.
The eprie of adtmiesion will be SS and'
16A tt ,-adit''s hoped a good. crowd
will Ibe iluattendance and lend eneour-
geiment to thLe. national game, which
it is WaId ti about on the wane in
G alnesvlle, formerly the banner base-
b l town of tthe State.
Arrived in Time to Call on and Greet
|', : Frienda Monday.
Hon. Benjamini Putnam Calhoun,
the newly appointed prosecuting attor-
*ey fior the Eighth judicial eireuit of
Floeida, arrived in the city Sunday
night from his home at PAlatitka and
registered at the Brown Iloue.
While It was generally kt%,"wxn among
t members of the bar that he would
arrive in time for duty at the spring
term of the court, which was to have
convened ttxday, they did not expect
bhlt until Monday afternoon, and
anny were suirpritfsed to find hinm up
'bright and :prlty Monday morning
retiring his various friends.
l i.-: speaking of his appointment, Col.
SCalthoun stated that he felt highly
ho ored that Gainesvillo was tIncided
r n '',he new oircuit-atd that he had"
*.:bee selected as the attorney. lIe was
not expecting-the appointment,beeause
*' hQ had never give the matter any
0 nidemratton, and the same came ats a
;"':- plant anid agreeable surprise to himn
-.'l.. Col. Calhoatn atlended. the meeting
:i terday afternoon. at which he received
the eongratulatton of iis p rofesstt al
p^::.. "ritends, tnwy Of whom he had th'
S pleasure of kowint for years, .
K:. :Me:mbers of @Herwan and Periclean

i The

i ri'loean ocietiel of East, Florida
.temtinary expect a big time Friday
eveningi when they will entertaint
i: theusve anid friends in a grand ban-I
q1*to at the tarracks of the school.
:" -',the speakers on this oooasion will beo
tSin;t1 ;i tneluding not only the members
.. he.. tfreit Scieis, but of the ootlege, and
"^"" big titte" is .anticipated in

the mnbers of both societivs are
w:orirkgt e esltly. for th.N suWees of
tbe ftnetoou. and they will nio d outt
ie well t*paid for thet r efforts.

l t ho*oa rtoe t rect
hean at the Auditoriumr
$. swing at$ obeoek. Miss
worill arrive her today
Mt4 lar~ ueaa fOre teo


Similarity of Antruats and men. '
It ha LS I e',u. Crv.d I that if the
tfnied ilog i .. u ,', i'ek to the wild
Stal 1'e lom-1 his vohte-. T'helse "sound-
lng voAk.'" ,r', lotl's'uctd In the nxnimar
thro.t i. a way :,in.lair t hLumnn lan-
' guajp It ari x IOt v ic:s". ipr .p'r nor
'higt.2:,'"." projv(er. w d y.d t tht arhe
ful! of p-.cho:oi.;l! j pression and re-
Veal the unitual's pxisy6id* states. If we
tic! toichi tr.:ui vA ,.ri j on the face pii-
lar t- ta.t of a mun under like circum-
sta, ,vx. lie alo emlita laughtPrilke
*ou.dIs. The saAe is the case with the
ouragi. outaung. The gorilla knits tile
brow wlhen angry. just like men.
We oftln ib4wrve in apes a compeltq
change In1 tithe facit! muscles when
'M4tin agreeable or disttgreetble. It is so also
with the child. lt apes there is evi-
dently the same connection between
the facial muscles and vocal muscles as
in man .





She Took Our Vino with


CfM AuS nwr 1

:--~i~-'?'-'~'zhh3"~-C3111C--CIII-C ;1 i ::.1., i

"t D P. g a.

Wo dant want any one in thi left at h doo b a ta oer ak
and mitse ory .the wn.t at l ttle boy. iwho 6ha e very bad cold"
s: Strength 40t4eeWIMa l6ai-dhi ""94. 1the. doctor x4 lkm* at the bichld
Itf you el lltles, without".t.t and turtwd to tlu te ., ..
and rta dow, .... &;4"It you ko Yor boy Is coming
you ow"a rawe-"a I o dowit with b mt "r he tasked me-
aO in a. ooltlo to be attaokd by h doctor . w he as." I d-
41,t -Yes. tor, 1 l. -
This g othe woma

Taed. Yoult dbuld tk a sytonc. om *it by witi man.g b ba .s ry bad
You take Vinol, whih cold e a ts e t oto .
know and wlU (arante wmw o i The woawna heit .,a for a moment;
yirstren th then. looking at bher habaliu she aid
F0lowiA.S is oneOAe where It did with uln frka.s, "Nelth. am
thia Mr. T H Boyle, of 56 Chestnut no- me knew hoW to sp.h ueales.
8t., West Newton. MasW,m: -
Last pring I used one bottle of A )5 *4gM.t. .
VtioL. At that time I was all run I r--Wh a
down and alek. I find that it did me ~ W lationt of tOp.elta I over saw.
lot&of good. and by its %mWAy stxength
~cae ibak o i '"1Yo You kum Opredla Is supposed
Viol Is a ddeUious prpprartiou,. Ia bto tr- Iad?"
taicing the asetire curative prvnciples I part I .
that e t fo 4 ou div-rO Llk, "Well.1 thee WWe partl t M at
solved in a delitoat table wino tot ese ad tb lowde000
VLuool cta diretly on the stoask toe b t sre a llt es oh t e at d
.141ug dlgpUoat and at the saae i wa the a
ea mishW althy appetite l gi saw in my life s
strengthsad vigor to every organ of -. ....
Um bo4n .se t Is t.m..
R lacilntI oT" 4at. 6 sian to iy this
We .tdore Vi ol aldr ga- l' toh, artt you' v-lsld of It
tW tt. actloe. a* d will tad4y -w te: ta: k the
rstpad to aoy ** w-ho 1e met n bothwdt *, .
p" to RAW i sw
; *.13 th -agtm" WI" is a iit


., ,l.t ,

S Triek of PaI CA wMek., .i''
Paris la full of l'uunterfeIt cola,. tt
the cabluie m'.k ihe usof them quite n-
genlousy. You taI1e a two ranc fIlacre
ride. -iind wi':I:- :ciu riahe your hotel
you in the ie.'-oiSty of your heart
give the cbn:.a frl s.t ,
You l)iave just zgot within the vestl'
bule w1,tnv you lroi'MOe the cabman has
followed :,.U.
Hale r,.-,lzes,' but .the 'ol.I yoa have
glivea lhi:n is nd. Yow look .t it. Yes,
it is hlut. It 3i nothing bt a bit of
Yoea :~' "ty n'Itilit in your mind
that it'isn't 'he .coiu you gave the man
-w-hich inl E-it'n'iine, ou.s t out of a,
hutlidre'id it ii"'it-tut you don't care. to
lapt'ie iii ln tt' el corrhilor and' I* sub-
i 'ct tt to : ;.:;it:miul.oU3 glaiii-iys of0 <
oth'.-R frk n fo -.tIgerI who gives,
poor Il'vtH ir- v tdr'vers bad moneT. No
you tize L.I.'t* r it f lead and give a g 6' t t' ban -b s c'.i-nrg-4<
the 0.1. 1 .. ;.0 l' if li t pe!fectiy
'y.d t i r, '. l'fr.:i i .'e at t .he tt rt.
withich t h li at71 l." p ckct, mind ht h- s
.-bluioA4 yiii 'ntirtstirzliinianiother 3
fratn-s in lacivandge for a useless bit of
lead., To visitors to Paris let this be a

'The bard of mbasions of the So 0th
ern Methodist church ia In session at

An1 eith iaiaatle Greater Georgia
meeting was held in Oolumbus l4st
n. ht1,l t'
T'eo aoeral ship, constructed for the
Lebapdly. brother of Paris. proved a
success o itjs lntial trial.
At the congress of mothers, in ses-
alon at Detroit. Mrs. KCate Waller Bar.
fett made a plea for the elevation of
negro mothers.
It is reported that tie Goulds have
formed wn ar! tee with the Seaboard
Air Line so thit 1he former may reach
the south Atlarrit.
At Grunc.ay. Va.. .,Mrs. Joseph Beavr
ers. Jr,, a ycai;-i .v*.ow, mz,rried Mil'e
Charles. indicted .tcr muarer, the wed.
ding taidno, place in jail.
Rear Admiril C'ot1: r has been In-
structed to, t.tke kl.e L. tI'd States
Euro ea!a.....uac_.roa, cw at Ville
rranche, ti Kiel. at th" enai of thi
Postmaster Geceral Pane has re.
moved R. W. Mscuen, r-.-al supe;'
Intendent of the f:te 1 .:-y "v"
from duty, pen:iing thL r.:.; c thy
postoffice investigation. .
The Oklahoma and Te.': p";,vay
the 'PFiaco extension from .c .at
Okla, to Wichita Fa.lls, Tex., f j :
has begun the grading tthe a:::
,ward from Wichlta Falls.
The minister of ftna'nce has rc ceiv
ed a telegram from the chamber oJ
Oporto protesting against a goven-
ment monopoly of petroleum, cable
the ABbQn Portugal. correspondent ol
the New York Herald. His excellent.
cy has replied that the government
does not Intend to establish any such
Oklaho na and St. Louis Railway ot
fiouals antounce that an agreement
has been copeluded whereby a road
to to be built from Oklahoma C"t
northwest to a point on the KIasawa
City, Mexico and Orient, about 100
miles. The line Is to be complete
within two years, and in operton to,
tween (*latoma City and lCingshez
by July, 194.
A New T Yr* dispatch says that the
second Wtial of the suit brought by
Walter C. olan; of Now Rochelle, oz
behalf of It1h 1-year-old Son, verett,
agalast the New York Central and Hund
son River tASloraMd company to records
450O00 dAU^ a bsetned by the la
in the Park, ,veM tunnel accident c*
Jan. 8. 19l3, after a trial in the s-
preme court b.*sre Just"oe Hamnuo4
and aj aa tesuited In a verdit

Character is t the rol of honor from
which a coat of W'Lftan be woven that
the asivtest arrow of shame or the
keenet knife disrepute cannot
pierce. .Iwvery tbouht that enters our
mtnd, every act we do amn every word
we utter adds a link to the golden
chain of..character. The strength of a
.steam. engine can be estimated to with.
in an ounce of its l imlt, but it is im-
posstble to estimAte the force of a no.
.le -character. The hardest hearts aOp
softened and the most repUlstre dispo-
alttons become taodwuting. Our fail-
ures and our succe os help to form a
reputation that sta be destroyed by
of a character ca ''ly te elected by..
boxne Internal tofe.--Our Boys' Maga.

Miss E. M. Swan, Stamford,, Conn.,
'says: .
i"Before I began taking Paine's Cel-
ery Compound my blood was in a very
bad state and I had three larger ab-
seessea under my 'right arm, which
completely disabled me from work, or
even dressing myself. At last I was
compelled to have the absaeasee
opened, when my eczema became
worse than ever before. I tried every-
thiing that I could hear: of, and also
had several of the best doctors, but
they did notr ure me. I then com-
menced the use of Paine's Oelery Com-
pound, and before I had finished the
second bottle my #bs*cesses had all
healed, and the eczema was almost
gone. I am now on my fourth bottle
and am more than happy to say that I
have not a pimple or any sign of ee-
zema on my body. I am thankful for
the great. work that Paine's Celery
Compound has done for me."

Don t.ike Pius! i,4!
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
siecretes enough bile to make the fntestinesB
execute their natural functions. Unnat-
ural agitation caused by cathartics, compels
continual and increasing doses to
atta.o the results.

IF liver; cures Chill s
and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and later-
Sitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure. I

For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gainesville

TIBTA I.i8t12H13D 18e9.




In 84ed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspond-
ence solicited.


Jacksonvil e's Finest
DODGE CULLENS,, ~wnr. and Proprictors

166eae and Jobbers in

Staple d Fancy roceris,

" tH S E S Qi.AM. .W 9 F.L.............. -A
ligwt imket prie paid for C hpck E~t". eI and other Pftidn.

x... I----oa ---""-
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PORftER 8~t.OK


1' -

BeBst pring medeine Ever


Miss E. M. Swtau Completely Cu.red o


f Terrible lood

Troubles That Doctors Could Not Relive.

In the month of May it is an abso-I
lute necessity that the body should be
furnished with a richer and purer sup-,
ply of blood for the establishment of a
health that can successfully cope with
the enervating effeets of hot summer
weather. Poor blood in May produces
liitless, ambitionless, sleepless and
sallow-faced men and women, who
quickly become victims of some or-
ganie disease Lhat-ends life.
Intelligent people recognize the ne-
cessity of cleansing and fortifying the
system in May by using Paine's Celery
Compound, which speedily removes all
poisons from the system, and gives to
the thin,.watery blood a larger propor-
tfIon of red corpuscles, and arouses all
the organs of the body to healthy ac-
tion. Paine's Celery Compound doesa
work for victims of impure blood that
commands the attention of the most
eminent medical men in the world.


..*1t;~i; X~'::~'


I4nne|rs and, 0strn *.
S0114., *Mat 7.-Deer Mtetr
i is we hv'nt bin repireseted
S e n yer wor y paper, I
oin'ter tell ''or the Sirkim-
e di'ol ale* naborhood an' a few-
4e1b0ree(J9ts. De'crap is all 'bout
pe, 'fer 'hits orful dry, and 'hit
>iBB .ike d6 weather boss don't speck
r tend any rain soon.
yj nebeir hav' much a goin'ter
y I desaedays, 'fer dese folks am all
940 dat if 'dey leave 'dey leave
lou'!qdeyam shureter be tainted
L rin.- '. '*


No appetite, loss of strength,
nervousness, headache, constipation,
bad breath, general debility, sour rsa-
ngsp, and catarrh of the stomach are
all due to Indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This new discovery repre-
sents the natural jui;lces of digestion
as they exist in a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonic
and reconstructive properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In-
direstion and dvqnanrlaia hbut thi famous


[Successor toieteilerA Alderman]
Over Dutto & Co's Bank. Gainesvlile
SSpe0tal attention to (rown anol idae wo
Phone 7- .
Graduate Baltimore College Dntal Surgery
Five years' experience o New York C tir,
Crowu.Bridge work and niUti g sIeollttles.
Ofrlc Nis ENDerL B CK, GAIN&vuVl.l. r.A

i ere ain't but two pesterlentsa remedy cures all stomach troubles by south siae Square. tmaie',vilne, Fin
!'d 'ftleinity and dat a-m inset.a an cleansing, purifying, sweetening and
!attlin wimme)n, fer insecks we hab' strengthening the mucous membraneses
do flee, for de witmmen 'dere is a lining the stomach. tsU, oss t
priofiehency ob dem'. If 'dey want 'er .......
thing 'fer 'ter happin', dey make it T w. PATTroN.
happin,' if 'hits a "white lie" 'dey CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
,want skattered, 'dey more 'dan git r ENavi.a.1irV.ijn.
hits kattered. 'Dere is. 'jes one thing Dealer In reax, .,tate. Thorouixhlv posted
Good obout 'dem, and 'dat is 'dis 'dey waL every section of land In .it tinan county.
Gorrespondenee solicited.
will allus keep ther' work 'fer 'haint li---...--- ~.....
no one whbit'll take it. H J. DEMPSEY,
DiS' am shure a bad part of de'r con- FURNITURE REPAIIWIIK
I. tIent, some of 'deseo folks amn 'dat' and Made New.
PiStm 'dey knows everything, no mat- LOOKING GLASSES RE-s ILV IELD.
ter where dey 'saw 'hit happen' er not. -u i -- n We buy or sell Furniture, or oun contract
:. jais i a rich climate, plenty ob nig- l UU with you on the ooxmission tihuii. I'atronaige
1a po' white' trash. Some ob W oontted ana saiatfeton alwa.
pA Sai o green dat hit 'ud pizen a DIOESTS WHAT YOU EAT ALFREID S. TAYLOR.
r oake for ter bite 'em. I bin er think- PAINTING A,
n dat I try ter git dese folk to 'cide o s Health to e SA d PAPi HAN(IN G
atI y ter L de e 'Strength to the Weak# PAPER HAN(IINU
oi aetin' civilized, but dey are still GAINESVILLE, I tLO IDA
qls:.? akey. 'litte-, Battle, only. $1.00 Size holding .234 times
tel" en .'. the trial aie. which sells for 50c.
If er man wants er offlis lt'em send Pred b0 C DWitt & Ch ..- Agent for DECORATORS W\ALL, I'APER'
a letter ter "Lizard Slide," in care ob by itt cgo COMPANY. New York.
de ladies, dey will make him poplar, as .OIl .) & ,cCOLU 0.. .. WALK.. .....
dey are de mos' importont objicks in I BDIF scCOlUM. .
..dese diggins.' De men don't talk much ,_- WALKER &_ .
fer dewommen don't giv' 'em time. MEN AND WOMEN. WALKER & SHAYLO.F
STheram qie a different in dese n- Us d ig for unnaturalATTO
h quite ... ;i in- dhihnfaiW4ion.,1 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
habitance, some er to good an' de rest Arritatlon or uloarationr
nau a-- uu ur" I"I sv- u -_ ...... -oi, o~i~l0 1uat MM of .Muoou*4 nisrtbravne. Jacksonville. Florida
*aint good er nough. Dey talk about Po a. st b.t". J',ackonuvi11e" -,,oora..,
S-' : -- .. .. iBiBr~lnEV" der enemies and fren's, their qualerty- 01WCiNNATI,0o- Soli by in ff. 4-8-02
cations., especerialy ther bad uns. b..' or lent IepLslain pwreap r -- -
Well, I might tell er few more of s.0o. or a botl e.71 AFE BELVEDERE,
. . .. --* Circular leout on requ k t.
dese features, but paper has gi'n out, u WM. SCHILLE I'roprietor,
and loan smell flap-jacks er trying r132 W . Forsyth st., Jacksonvillej, Fla,
I know 'hits erbout feed in' time. And TO 1 E1 i 1TIJ 'UBLIC. oI oo sitPo.oLuo..
den I sho wants ter pass 'de waist We, the udersigned, hereby agree
baskit. So, good day, yes, good day. to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining place in city. Fine
ens mos respeckfully, with love to by s t 1 Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
m VH ..... i paiint who can show, by similar tests,
ier wife and babies, I re main, y paint taking upon any tl WEST END
I. zu OBAEIA. ...LAN.. A.* " surface as'perfeetly and for so long a
By a Persistent Cough, but Perma- WVe guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS- si2-294 W. Day at.. .iokaionville.
gently Cured by Chamberlain's TLA"T' " INT. "ON.N... .
SCured b Camberlains TIC t to tain n tar, fosin, as- Faust beer, bottle( auI draught. Don't
Cough Remedy. phalt.um or any of the' products of fail to call bn me wihen liiJtatckontvlle
Mr. H. P. Burbage, student at la petroleum and when' applied, to any -- ..... ...
in Greenpille, S. C., had been troubled surface according to our 4drectiona to TW lEN IN JACKSONVI-LLE
for four or five years with a eontinu- wear perfectly for a period of five HEN IN JACVst NVILL-
Ous cough which he says, "greatly years, and we agree to furniieh free of -Visit to-
alarmed me, causing me to fear that THE fRYrhAL BALeON AND oOOP
was in the first stage of consumption." charge, all paint necessary to repaint AREL SA N AND R
Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber- any surface where' It has proved de The bes Liquors in theit, e
larn's Cough Remedy. advertised, con. fective. Signed, T.ie bet Lerquoys in the ot, Enter-
'luded to try it. Now read what he The National Paint and Varnish o., he very night at R Grd
says of its "I soon felt a remarkable
'i"nge anid after using two bottles of Cleveland, Ohio, U. $. A. ---
the twenty-five cent size, was per a- We take pleasure in announcing that T O L RiOjAijLm
Aently cured." Sold by all druggts we have ecured control for Alaihua
and medicine companies. county for the sale of the celebrtq4 T h SIl8I ST METAL A ND
Has Got a Proposition. GRAIiXTE ELASTIC ( 'edi :MInWtx IiTAUUt6lwHIT
,. .W. Keys, who has been termed 'P"asn hutheie hihsm .dotpainqt.f sT, '
-the Molten Lead Wonder, devouring tln and thon roofs. hd he O ,a All 5tAON GLARANTt n.
p*itulens lead and other kinds of hot, meta
0talt1with as much relish as if it were ice iF. TO IL & 0. A iats.. ... i ea Manager
ea0,s haes ueceived a proposition from % egIP-v fl. i,"
ip," ikley Novelty .Oompany of .
iiapajxtaho, to travel with that att- oon 1l
4*0U90Son Lhich he will probably ae-

woe; teonly person on
WO I thrust behis nakitted is and I

tnokln .so0itents with the ease and A. -lplttillt i: tr, l. -1'
hianart. ihou gh twa no+ore then0"a t
a pot ofit le-wUrwt water. He has
l giv several demonstration here, all
o! which hiave proven entirely atis- s i b, CY7ho, i( I esn,

X1)v. Keys.not ohe bandles the COmp lete tooc6f gtAiI 1*1) W. a at.

,oittor, bot also pl Ite it fl h. mouth .uS v .e,,. t,- cEtI THAN A0 OTOR,
and neverlic thes from its effects. He wstuic wingMacihl ,t ...
propiiises o make a practical demon- ETg THAN WIRUC tINE
stratlon to the pmublie and hi. friends *
It a early date, after whleh he wiU I:liiNO' 'I" R
probably make his depature for the LU.UI vWV I ... li Ii. t
i'.otlN. His friends b.iee thi' great Virs.Class Ser' e a' "i ; ,
foi ,rntawoi:him. Qle k Schedules to
;,:- 't R.*p *ct Okl Ae. BIRMINGIIAM, IA.HVi.ILLZ, "
"lt's slhameful when youth tails to Et VANsVI LLE, CUWA. O, ..
:.1* i e seo tc ntt.I LITISVILLrT O jOIOWN&ATI '
.'VlNeW.Lw Lte Pli. T w'l:Wtui .. l matter how amid ol Wealt 0ad Northws st. ''
rumo hist I(6>IL, NEW ORLIAN8, ,,,
i. ~~ */. :aim^,i, *:.... ,;.;., s ,;,- ,*^1* U:ln 0<| j S6 ^ Cfl &

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y"1:' Abiolutely Pure



M matters of General Interest Oath-
ered by Our Reporters.


What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happerd Told in Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It in The Sun.
Insure with Ciashinan & Hill.
"The Land of Nod" lias the board.
; i. J. Burkhilm has returned from a
brief business trip to Jacksonville.
S The residence of Mrs. Annie Brown,
S ast Main street, is belig repaired.
W. 8. Grtissoin of Rochelle was
S among the visitors to this city yester-
T. Jennings Cone and. family of
Raleigh visitjed relatives in this city
0. D. MoClery and son of Cadillac
were among those who visited the city
'^ yesterday.
N. A.OCallison of Spring Park Farm,
SBennlngton, was among the visitors to
this city yesterday.
Furnished rooms to rent; privilege
of hot and cold baths. For Informa-
$Jon apply to Dick's Ba rbe r Shop. tf
Vf. D. Wilcox of Early Bird, after a
oupleo of days spent with his mother
in this city, returned to his homin yes-
SB. R. Pound and sui, Felton, depart.
ed yesterday for lakeland, where the
George 0. Snlowdon of Orange
i Heights, one of tho prominent young
farmers of that section, was among
". the Visitors to this city yesterday,
Go to J. M. iamon's nlld get a copy
of my Private Lossons on rugle ts
ir Heallhig at H Self aling. IPrice, 60
: Oentls per copy. Very family should
:hav0 one, A.. CON,m. tf
". Prof. J. M. Quilliamns, superlntend-
ei:' t of East Florida Seminary, has re-
turned from T41lahasoee, where he has'
ikbeln attending the State convention of
r o .unty school officers and instructors.
S J. OC ran :of Jacksonville la'in the
lity, stad oamtne here for the purpose of
a: rranging to establish a store. Should
:be suloeed' he will open a fHrst-class
!' bioyole livery, and will cater to the de-
sIies of the trade.
_:- Taken Up-Ou 8-.yoear-old maro olt,
bndd 'STir ';" dark snuT-olor,
^t^. right hind foot lite white and se aront
It; large blase 'face. Ownor cain have
sa cme by calling oin \V C. rown, New-
i".berlry, Fla., and paying expen s,
-Bids Wanted-Flter tho retilding or
a'rl..g1 of tho c ,lvert ovtr Sweet-
^ y water branch on Liberty it. For speoi-
O0abttonst p|p to W.I T"aylor, (lhair-
*,n Strwet Cl.minttlee, or. Ja M-
AIithur. Bd's will be olinisnl May 18th.
'"The second floor of the' Williams
h.llding has been partition od off Into
skrjtmeitts whicilh will be used for va-.
So pUlposes' T-ho- apa"rtannts are
I4steild "orivenient to the square, and
will likely be occupied as living quar-
rer'" iby the "lonely" young mien.
F.'".; Matthews and. son, Ben Frank,.
f t''acoma were among the visitors to

this "it ltertiay. Mr. Ma n m t:, treuker of the Tacoma
slowypt i pow sablpein! heavily in.
g-ph ,7 e wbrs, fromn
h is r itb* remunverative re-
1 qRtateSghelwhile the rain
a severe tn his section, they
> a Rteti 4eal unstr weloonm
lat *, as th* eoops have

See oyers for coupon contrats Inathe
Standasur. thl6ft 15
Try that corned beef at Fagan's mar-
ket. Only 10c per pound. tf
Twenty-five hundred people attend-
ed the "Land of Nod" in SanFrancisco.
August Wirthle is spendinga short
time with his parents at Orange
Monk Harrison of Lake City, assist-
ant attorney for the Seaboard Air
Line is in the city.
J. E. Wells of Archer, tke efficient
bookkeeper of C. W. Baukntght,
visited his family in this city Sunday.
J. H. Ainsley and T. R, Benfiett of
LaCrosse, two prominent planters of
that section, were visitors to this city
Wanted to Rent-Store building on
or near squars. Must have Rame at
once. Call at Magnolio Hotel, at 10
o'clock today, It
F. S. Osteen of the firm of Osteen &
Hargraves, naval stores' operators of
Micanopy, was among the visitors "to
this city yesterday..
J. B. Gerald, of the New Home Sew-
ing Machine Company, departed yes-
terday for Lakeland anid other points
south in the interest of his company.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They ard easy to take and
pleasant in effect. For sale by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
Capt. Wmn Budd and J. J., Owens
have returned from St. Petersburg,
where they have been for the past few
days on a trip of recreation. They re-
port an excellent time and plenty of
Single young men will find the
coziest furnished rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House offiCe.
Richard Wallace departed Sdnday
for New Orleans, where he expects to
in future reside. He will establish a
fruit and cigar store in that city, and
will no doubt enjoy a thriving busi-
ness., His friends wish him much suc-
Hon. Thad Bryant of YulAT- was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day. .He came for the purpose.of at-
tending the meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners, who- convened
for the purpose of revisng. the regis-
tration list. -
W. A. Snowden of Micanopy was a
visitor to the city yesterday. Mr.
Snowden is regarded as one of the
shrewdest horse-traders in the county.
He has always been 'regarded as one of
the fairest and imosa conservative men
in the profession,
8. 11. Cullen and J. B. Dell, Jr., two
of the leading young truckers of the,
l ague section, were among those who
visited the city yetterday. They re-
port an abundance of rain, but not-
withstanding this the crops, both truck
and staple, will receive a wonderful:
June Sanderson, formerly of this
city, but now a resideRt of Jackson-
ville, where he holds a lucrative po-
sition in the mechanical departme t
of 8. F. Hall & Son's printing office
was in the city Sunday. Junlei's
friends were gld tosee him, and are
congratuilating him upon his succes.
Mrs. W. I., Hill and son Robert are
at the famous resort, White Springs,
where they expect to remain for the
next few weeks. White Springs is a
favorite rendesvous for people, many
of whomt spend the summer months
there. Its waters are said to possesa
great, curative powers for rheuimatisjn,
and it may yet become the resort of
Florida so far as healthfulness i scon-

Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater.
Minn., aftOr having spoA t over 2,(X4 )
with the best doctors for stonnach
trouble, without relief, was advised by
his druggist. Mr Alex. Richard. to
try a box of Oham1wrlsin' Sintomach
and liver Tablets. Hio did so, and is a
well mnan today. If troubled with in.
digestion, bad taste lt the mouth,
lack of appetite or constipation give
those tablets trial, and you Ae-
-e rtain-t-biemorei tin pleased with
the result. For sale at 26 cents a btmx
by all druggists iand iledieine dalers,
Notwithstanding that John (Ias,
who has been couductiog a fish mar-
ket on East Main street for the past
few weeks, has enjoyed' as good bstil-
nos astithe supply would permit, he has
betn cotipelled to retire from business
on account of the stearity of the
product which he advueti'ses to handle.
Mr. Gosw stated that his trouble has
been to secure th0e flah. The supply.
has been very, seit fot the past teo
months, beiug hbaily enough to 'py
the expenses of 7runnig the place. Th
deala4 has been great, andi it
tis4l-ood bte Ulid M!, tli
^Ittf&^~frt''I& *'e tnal s a~f^ t":^


Mrs. E. F. Taylor and daughter, Miss
Edith. of Brunswick, Ga., are in the
city, the guests of the former's father,
Judge Geo.-J. Arnow.
Sami Brooks, formerly of this city,
but'iow a salesman in the store of
W. S. Dorsey & Co., Jacksonville, vis-
ited his relatives and friends in this
city Sunday.
J. H., Dye, the "picture man" of
Micanopy, was in the city for a short
time yesterday. iHt was en route
'homo from Cedar Key, where he re-
ports a most successful business.
The next regular meeting of the
Medical Examining Board of the Fifth
District of Florida will be held at
-Ocala House In Ocala on May 27, 1908.
'GBo, E. WULCn, M. D., Secretary.
Said Jpdge Butt of Orlando: "[ con-
sider the Land of Nod to have been a
real moral benefit to all the children
who took part in it, and the greatest
delight and pleasure to all the children
and grown people who saw it.
Among the prominent Flor4dians in
Jacksonville yesterday was W. L.
Denham, the hustling'traveling repre-
sentative of the ilaineaville Son. He
left in the afternoon for Palatka, where
he goes on business.-Times-Union.
After a couple of days spent with
his family in this City, T. W. Pitts re-
turned yesterday to Tampa, where he
is engaged in thie real estate business.
He says Tampa is the coming town of
Florida, and that it will some day be
the richest city in the South in pro,
portion to population.
J3. E. Bryant and J. G. Waters of
Bell and E. D. Thomas of Willeford
are in the city, having been summoned
as Jurors to the circuit court. Inas-
much as there is likely to be no session
of court on account of the redistrict-
ing of the b cirolt*, these gentlemen
will likely return home today.
Rrof. M. H. DeLand, who so success-
fully conducted the Rocky Point
school for the tmii recently closed,
was a 'Visitor to the city yesterday.
He was en route to hi. home at Kirk-
wood, where hi will spend a short
time with his parents. Prof, DeLaud
has not yet laid h.is lans for the sumn.
inmer. .
Col. W, T. Henty, a prominent at-
torney of Perry, %toin the city for a few
days. He same for the purpose of se-
curing certain roe6di' of public lands
from the tixxks ol the United States
land olle. It i. understood he will
shortly open an b.ltlot0 otice at his
honme in Perry, .hieh isthe county
seat of Taylor nsouitty.
it. 1.. MeKinsitr of the '. F. X.
Car Line. who .hIl-teen tationed iT
iSouth Carolina for the past few weeks.,
has returned to tils tofty. Mr., Me-
Kinstry has been tin the strawberry
district of that 'iountry, ar.d reports
the movement 'tot the season -Iry
heavy. He will likely remain here
during the eantQltope season.
A. U. Hilleary a.d lo0. Burt of
Evinston passed through the ity yes-
'terday en rou t o Worthington
Springs, where th$ 'xpet to spend' a,
few days for bfa benefit of Mr.
Hilleary' health, His friends w llr .
AMt to learn that i tI suffering from
heumatism, and ii i hoped that theh

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IMap th Cashoman & Hill,
B Meats ern go dividends
In the S4ard, See E40e6. t16116
JasC A brams, the piano man, has
returned from a business trip to Jack-
D. O. MoIntosh and son. Prof. M. O.
MeIntoih, were in the city Trom Rex
Mr. aid Mrs. Chas. Eddy of Orange.
Heights were registered at the Brown,
house yesterday.
Dr, W. 0.0 Flake has returned from
Oal, Wheie lie has been visiting for
the pasI few days.
Mrs. Hal. loyers and child of Ocala
are visiting relatives in the city, the
family of Geo. W. Moyers.
Benj. Fontane and daughter, Mrs.
Bartleson,?of Micanopy, were among
the visitors to the county capital yes-
L. J. Clyatt of the United States
land office has returned from .Key
West, where he went as custodian of
records before the United States
Sam. Dell, the clever and successful
representative of Stringfellow Bros.,
Jacksonville, with headquarters in
Ocala, spent Sunday with his parents
in this city
Turner Brewer of Kalola fame has
arrived in the city, after a Drofitable
trip through South Florida. Mr.
Brewer's friends are always glad to
see him here.

What felegatoe From dFacksonville
,HaVe to !4 f Contest Matter, "
The Timesn ion of Bunday has, the
following bqiuoet to tWhrow indirectly
at the ioyalinemnbers of Kirby Smith
Chapter, U. P. C..
Mrs. R. C0 Cooley, president; Miss
Sallie Holmes, recording secretary,
and Mrs. J. 0. Bessent, Mrs. C. B,
Rogers, Mra. Walter DeCottes, Mrs.
Tilman White, Mrs. M. C. Drysdale,
Miss 3. Walker, Mrs, Cook, Mrs. Rey-
nolds and Mrs. E. G. MfeFadden, dele-
gates to the United Daughters of the
Confederacy convention at Madison,
have returned home, and state that
the convention was a great success.
In referring to the people of Madi-
son;-the delegates, state that all of
them were lavish in their efforts to
make the stay of the delegates pleas-
ant, and that all of them were delight1
fully entertained.
So far as the convention itself wtas
concerned, the session was a good one,
and independent of the appeal of 'the,
thirty-eight members of the Gaines-
ville chapter, which furnished the only
unpleasant and regretful topic, every-
thing was exceedingly pleasant and in-
teresting. The Jacksonville delega-
tion is of the opinion that the ccllven-
tion acted wisely in the settlement of
the Gainesville difficulty. The elec-
tion of officers and members of the'
Kirbty Smith Chapter were declared
regular by the action of the conven-'
tion, which refused to take cognizance
of the questions involved, and the
granting of another char~r to Mrs.
Stringfellow with which to organize
another chapter, gave those who were
making the appeal an opportunity to
act in future independent of"-Kirby
Smith Chapter and retain their mem-
'berslip in thedivision,
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physlean
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for novor thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure :" Eor years
I had been greatly bothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gland. I used everything
known to the profession without relief,
until I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
ney Cure. After taking three bottles
I was entirely relived and cured. I
prescribe itt now dally in my practice
and heartily recominend its use to all
physicians fot inuoh 'troubles. I have
prescribed it in hundreds of eases with
perfect iut "eis." f l.d-4 by W. C. Wal-
lace's drug store.
Committee of Eleve Association De-
termined to Have Fine Decorations.
One of the most earnest committees
appointed by the Eleve Association of
East Florida' Seminary for the coming
commencement exercises is that of
deporations, undet the chairmanship
of Cant. Georie M. Lynch. The conm.

mittee is already hard at work in the Notwithstanding that the season has
matter of arranging for this depart- not yet opened, the movement of per-
ment, and they promise something en- ishable freight from this section is
tirely new and original itt this diree- very good and extremely encouraging,
tlon e or -and as a consequence the growers are
The other committees from .the happy.
Eleve are 'also busy, and the coming For the week just closed the Armour
exercises are destined to be the most Oar Lines shipped from thia section
elaborate and successful ever held Un- nine carloads of perishable freight in
deA the auspices of the society. the form of beans, cucumbers, pep-
pers, ete., the. greater part of which
Disastrous Wrecks, were consigned to Eastern markets
Carelessness is responsible for many and brought good prices.
a railway wreek and the same causes The rain has wonderfully improved
are making human wrecks of sufferers the cantaloupe crop, and it is expected
from Throat and Lung Troubles. But that the season will opec about the
since the advent of Dr. King's New 25th inst. '
Discovery for Copasumptioni, Coughs ------ -
and Colds, even the worse cases can be SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
cured, and hopeless resignation is tno
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of Effected a Permanent 'Cure Whet
Dorchester, Mass., Is one of the many Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
whose life was saved by Dr. King's B. B. Virling of London. Miss., unddt.r
New Discovery. This grand remedy is date of April 21, 1908, writes: '
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung "J. Simotson, Gainesville, Fla.:
dtseases by all drugists. Price 60. "Dear Sir: I. write to express ry
and $1.00. Trial bott esfree. deep gratitude to you, for your won-
WILL SEGIN TODAY. derful solve hasM.i~ed -a--sore -on- -.
_.--- --.. foot from which I have suffered great-
Within -ext Thirty Days Gainesville ly for five years. Twelve doctors have
Will be Numbered, been working on the foot during this
The Oity Council having ordered the time, but failed to effect a cure. Yonur ,
houses numbered and streets posted, salve did the work in a little while. I.
apropos a system of free maildelivery, took from the foot ten piee3s of bone,
the work of numbering the houses in'after the glass had, beeA- extracft.d
a sstematit manner will begIn tody, hich caused-the sore and no. I a r
The ontrae hanr wil let to Jeay. entirely cured and able to walk wisth-
The contract has b0e4lot, to Jesse out the aid of. crutches.. I shal..
E. Burti, a m1a0 opraeticalknowledge ways feel the greatest gratitude to-'
in street numbering, under the super- wards yos, and -will always speak
vision of whor thework will bedone. d word for your salve".
The tt uttering will be done unde For sale at Wallace's City Drug
The st^t-.10trlng will I* done under Store, Glinesvilte, Fla.
the supervision of Nelson Ben ao. n.. 2.. w-. i
Wtithit the next thirty days the To Whomn it May Conc m,:"r:,
task Will have beet completed, when '1 will _U v4 no ,b bU 1001t
the oy e i ai position to inn.ang. %r oo, tit fst
ureat. a laa te st i of .. Sal da d Blills gs iBa
try w!etti

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