Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02121
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 05 15, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02121
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
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Was Kidncaped Twe enty-Thre, Years Fifty-Eight Contestant Enter Tourits'
11.n -hre ,ztayi 1, -flI3U l3lfPartsMNltWt4.-The Fluris-MaIMA IN
Clarke, daughter- of Mlr. aldr Mrs. J.a- _ attomobilo rac ; were Inaugurated to- --,.----,.il
Perl W. Clarke.'who ;siaped 23 day, M. oovitwtants In the tourist"' ma Wit-l M
Trible Massacre of Jews In r. a o. icsr ,. .ho as the oma o Dook Laborers' Trouble As- eals rtn, o tao tuen urt ss Withdrawal 'rom
wlrom's shic %she wah ilon S R1 b of Franco. on the Ph1cw do la 8tritrt Wht
n -io 'hig i heneff. io .i:. suming Grave Aspoct." i ob o Pr.,,on ,t r e la fianchula Doubted, 1%
; Kish _ne_ *One mn.rninug in Ci'.e.t, ,: ssin O 1* 0 I Concorcd, at 7 o'clock, Althout gh
A 58 OF BODILY MUTILATION. Mrs. Clarity arolGe etrly to a STREET FIGHTS TAK PLACE. later grent interest wnas tLkn in ARSENALS ARE KEPT .
__ _____f grocery store, two or t:iro, bl cks dis-, the main spoiwd tets are to be i mde
One Instance Spikes Were Driven ta rom her home, then i a spars i Police Seem Powerles. to Cope With U tet of t healer vehls, the l Troop
st a p W re rin ly settled neighborhood. On roturn- opening of this ycar's long distance
through Woman' Head Into the ing she was confronted hy a trap the Mob of Strikers Who Have Now races. Tho rwe'nt rtlns pioltmanid of the Y RVlu e r Moa COu id "
ploo -Accounts of Rapine and Mur- whom sh'.e had before befriended and Practically Taken Posseaeicn of the hoavy road rojx)rts from Madrid Ittat- Strong Peeling In Japai'-4China ti ,'
.der Fully Established. who demanded his brevaktst limedi- City-Confusion Reigns. Ing th att ome f the stretch Al d t Waike M
ately. Mrs. Clarl.ke told him he would were inl dangers cond ition an ret-tt
St, Petersburg, Tuesday, May 12.- have to wait until Fhe saw fit to give Now York, May 14.-Tho city is in quiring great caution. V4ctorta, C.. My 14,--Aooori
ibtlnal details of the Klsheneff him somtthling. The fellow curstd the postasalon of the striking dock The start was mjuade In fino weather, to advicsI rec ed by the teB or
aoe of Jewe are printed here and threatened her. That afternoon laborers cables the Valparaisto corre- The Place do la ('A)n1oda in'reanted a mnra of hIial, J apinoe arsentl
,but correspondent give theo thel disappeared. apondent of The Hara ld. One promi- igay appearance. txidag througod with were teing worked day and night,
It r of victims thus far buried in On the last anniversary of her disa nent man has been killed, six aro partic-lants In the contests and hun- proviiuoe wer % going otontrted,
SJewish cemetery at 44 and ey appearance one of the local newspa- wounded. and 50 of the mob ate ieand roda of others intending to follow the ocoal atoItd on T1P*niN Islatid atd o
P4 persons seriously wounded are pers publlaihd a story of Ethel or dying. A battle Us a htlwuk plac+r, racers over the first stretch. To- a&1 1d tto t wa wtidwu that JapIi. -
|t the Jewlhs hospital. Clarke's Iddnaping. A few days later n the streets of the city. lu which day' 1u nla iroli I'IN s to POguoS, a d(oubtig the extent of Rtuala's with-
horrors reported scarcely bear a handsoaie young woman called upon the polloe were driven to the barracks distanie of 221 kllomuters. ThIt) msa- draal truINt i M exhuria, was prtt- :
.tion. In one lastance spikes Mrs. Clarke. by the superior force of the strikers. chlnes will enter Spain May 20 and lag ftor wT,,"
Sdriven through a woman's head "My name s Ethel Clarke and I b (eater bloodshed is Inticlpatel. reach Madrid May 26. The Sun. ydney Pthor, ilan
'tlt flooi r and cases of bodily mtIl- leve It am your daughter," said the 'The mob has surrounded the otflxw A number of Anrricans vtiwod the ~Iltaitor irf agrl.uttur, Who was one
n We)~ye been authenticated. About visitor. Then she told of being taken aD 1,000 persons were arrested. an away when very young by a rough man and bumrn te establishmo t. Thou-, among the occupants of the par-ticipat- aw l had beeo In close tottU Wth Jap
getic official having been sent and carried to an orphan asylum hIl and# of the strikers are marching on ing cars. anoe& royalty and ottIiealdom, say the :
Odessa to deal with the situa- Washington, where she remained 12 Ad A ral Mont' private house, swear-i "TrIx" Shan pilot tod the way ahead war f4eetit t1 Japt n tI very strong
SThe apathy of the local author. years. She was transferred to other tlg vengeance on Its occupants and of the racrs W. K. Vandrbllt, Jr., sand w*rUk pmirparationu wer view.
During the two days of rapine institutions, where she remained u itil destructon of tho building. The au- who has enotred for tso jjaed ttet, The masming of Rusiatn troops ou the
murder appears to have been fully she was 18 years of age, since which thorlties eaem powerlea to check the will start later, but he was a passen- baks of the Yalu, on the proven
blished. time she has been earning her living mob and owing to the bitter feeling' gr today on Fournltr's ar, that protection ls being acctrd4e to
S- inLu a silk factory in this city. agatnst the police it baa ben dcded -- timber conceaonalreo, wa causing
EBEL TRIBESMEN ROUTED. The fullest investigation has been to eep the men In the barracks rath, TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIE. strong filing In Japan, thd being re
made, resulting In the positive identi- er than further exotethe strikers by an -_ grded parUculaly as a menace 10
e Battles In Morocco-Heads Dis- flcation of the young woman as tLe ineffectual attempt to quell them. Ow-. pan.
Splayed on Tetuan' Walls daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarke. Ing to the intend contuslon. It is Im- The Chattahooc.hee rtver I ritsng The detructlo by fre of the pOW.
Irid, May 14.-A dispateh from possible to ascertalm the exact num- rpidly at Oolumtlms, due to raln uip 4ew twtary at Toif ha led to ain
Morocco, says that the tribe LOST NHW KLACE POUND. ber of the dead or the amount of dam- stream. Ist rnr mor thM Rstlit aplio were
attacked Tetuan Monday and ae done. nre tat alght consumd the AiA coan wlh th s Wster.,
repulsed. They stubboraly tough Jeweils Worth M00 Are Returned to b e~.s andMW etal lant at Washingtoo. Ru m an Troops Ml4 ng.
way to the oot of the wall, but Their Owner. Quays Fired by triker. t.; k $12,000, The Nort Chlna laly New repor
imperial troops eventually regain. New York,. May 14.--4he $*,000 Santiago, Chile, May 14.-The tMriel The wr d rtnent bhM announweo ~t thrt has been a conttnuou fl ow
itr lost positions and drove off p Iea aaeklace lot by Mra,. Oolga&W o dock laborers at Vlpaao la be- that It will remove the loper solddla o 1tliian tro6pp tTrvelnug by tral
ebels with heavy losses on both Hoyt, wife of the banker, Avril 3. w ooing more serious. The strikers iolated on Tybhe ilatd. from rbMe to Port Arthur, whlle
found by Mls. Harriet Schade, a Msale after settng fire to the quays as well Rusmaa amtounces that all Mancta other large Ibodes have been moving
i"ater dispatch from Ceutas ays ha turnedd the neck*; 8e the of.ea of rhe Bouth Amer i an ^ vi open to ftoeigners adm that no to the eastern border of Manchurlt,
urler who has arrived there by sea alce to Mrs. Hoynt. 8temshp company t A a nUiber of passports will be required. Amp pinsx I the vicinity of the Yalt
Metuan states that the battle Mrs. oyt handed the young womra encounters with the police, during The general asembly (f the mut, iver, whih divide, that country fro
upended in order to allow the $100. Three days after Mrs Hoyt lost wheh teon person woer killed and 200 Te ge berlanchur wl t t or whe novomt r
going forces to bury their dead, her ekace Mis Schade was walk' were Injured. A detachment of 8,10 exington Va. May 21-80. asi toI g o rat ala' tr o whinu ore0
being 300. Many heads were dis- ax through Tlwenty-thlrd street on her0 troops has beea denpatchod to Val- xngo lale ani ea2 unmarked tlhlin ,offlclat
on the wals of Tetuan. which way to lunch when she aw the gems paratso to queH the disorders. The 1Thoms Jeffries, of Atlanta, u M yi that th l
I has three daye' supply of ammu g the grtter. She con- igov rnment has rnfutd all offers to been wteod grt ahe by tthe pr n for thW tlt blfo rug
re dys' suply o a eluded that the stones were simply oomprosie the dflleultoies ad L deter. Rd M lM in selon at Macon. l w. day which
dvlces from Tangler announce that beautiful imitattons. Miss Schade's mined to adopt the sutrnge't measures' t is m tiounced In 'Columbshus that rnse o, dials belivo o be not far dis-
Smontaineere near Fez, Inflicting the n tin fof und NONUNIONIvTS MAN TRAINS. And rows railroad is to be built t ( rport tma4 hast oauea greaO :
OUGHT DUE- OR-IRL.lyace. A jewler nlly told the dPlces of Strikers Bein Filed Mo- Tie hearing of the lItmber rate c R ssa is endteavuinhI o make a5 .
F OUGHT DUEL FOR GIRL. amly the p were genuine and bile aid Ohio. bog n at Macon yst;daiy. The r0sds asraement with Chtia regarding Matt
|..y valuMa---. Mobile, Ala.,, May 14.-A lol' denY all the alleW.tions of the luam n hurt.
ale Cudgel One Another In Pres. PASSED PORGED CHECKS freight trait left thti morning manned ber men Provlsions of Beuet Treaty.
sence of Lady Love. h ,- by nonunion men brought to Mobile Wrnft H1twVOxd, who klllod lud. T 1 NIlroku says the secret trya4
a dutown l fought at n, e Strong Hand Placed on Mlnie to ttake the placise of the strikers. All low Skinner at ltolgh, in February. provides for the Bnsuring to Rus ia of
Sduel ought at Whartond t o passenger tratns bhav bee leaving on hl flied s hatlbes corrwe PettioO. rights l Manchuria, Reusaas alone* $0
ga itr ky, an t1year-old t Yo Mi -Pbi L. a 3 cheidule Umn, which will hl hard May 21. I mptloyd In government otfflee. tM ",
girl, who told h i a i-torssp. br i During the past two dasy 40 non. At a reception In London, Piinc that undor no clreumestame shall sa "
droude har to f r Se, PL unilon men have blen broug, t here by Hatsteldt, daughter of the late 0. P. one of the three eas trn provinces be
dee ttw he toa awuese yesterday, to t he railroa company ad tjae major. Huntington, created A *5emaaiom by alienated to any other power. Il
|ed eardrgan. na g On a *t of paaalng lty of them ha.e gone to work. EIght appearing with riags on her toes. case of any fut tsre emergency nmilessi.
sped pl are thor t ged eP. ttSI t apector Me men arrived t0ly" froi Ica o i Pirst 4Uei nt Weillam Clark, wh lt j kp wvitae t Oeaky GOII Omd is iohon The tirod ort. cals say try wil was njrerd at the Iatweawd Mills ar. us. na to ,o-oierate and _o o..thr
noa wbom es __ Dr. Pit k w Gelw d w pa r oX e hate al the trained running at uttal ast night, Io Buhl,. Nk.. died to power aiklowed to interlero.
^tman whoj ahle 8be6 In.ds ta a.ort- tisem No violc o0f > V y. The loss to ,estlm today at ait Ws reported that Wan Wea Shea I
her to the place. S y kid les ooeetrra at Mobile s t ntone 000)00; partially injre4 was heavily bribed to endeavor to s*e
[K ; irer, n dsel trac Th kapeet allege tht Oormod. has be reported today m any'- to t eventm, as soems probabLte thi arrtMaseeemt Iir RUssi. T .e
B.r.. e *& a t hiswif. wi lte atop at where on the line' tha Colmnbta r feeta the Panama Itri4tsh and Amsraess amnaiter, it WP

tipaymosat VT G 1t I7 tN COL.UM1)IA
and tey were mr-t pejneat sft smlls, pocke the. VET GAhI ICOLU-IA i ate.r p ns.o atT ?ku taettthe wted
lee of the pacfe. .I I -.. .. Sat .miisotor, In an Ip0 er4401 w...
cwe found later byCOM an aThCR.*nd V$terans Atenl h NKarags m1teb Prins. (hMin& praised his courage t
its*pX.UM were by osar last Ood Ssaid tonm lfme lhave eS ---------- s mUl cts r e, Teia tla f soye. both unconscious and ee k at St. Look, Denver. 00nion In Qarolina Gcty. Ofmamy yos"w ave e ieurr*4 .Rt
wrmes so badly breed that her a a.-0-. May14. .Thi.d .......... u to deal with diplomatl
ruion Nob,; WASi3M Dgto DC..S AW o l S.,, May 14. T ol
t't t'hcone.-hwota tf r C .. .onf Wem._t_-t utj.. a .... larg Isa province T hs bo04et op
lt to-ie hospt al., dnrb l he r th w 6 s tA e(, to vi, te i t re s
AMOUS VIOLIN FOUND. ShipwrIoed immigrants at NAewb rnm to eOttpUti w days. .I ata r POr"410h0. attlt Alon Ya vr. .
"ww ai ,nton May 14r-Tho tr.w.ury -The t awn i a0. -+ ch l, f.,r, .o. n..A. ... -- .. ardoo ey Tst Apt rvo t -vt Ibtl h t .tee"a.
e u urnerlus D isaove d InN ew he a" ". ..-dispa -th-bei.ig 1bW0.)#*v. Ii i ht1 rnu...a T e ight
hYork Paw~m Sor. -. A wo eresetdflyUpg. ~frNw York.th a esM.the .f.r hai taken s eni lb.h Ysloe
or.Yw r. 14.-What exp rts a, tn4 Wbe u t". C, anlounellasth a tse **
pro bably aIM arulust it vs-I ther. of th Iunigrant-Otabe CL umbia 4* thime ao- .?h.- bo. 0 l nor t .t l hic hsbweay othtty ki (u iriI.-

" 0o inf th a ,.is .tyfr- $20. A4wo we0esa to afmtee thelnanmu teMct. ill ad tion igata 4 sst o n the bc e, The. s mepaI
SbIoter wtr w h o iet l ed d.,havreo not yet reSCA O&wber a ua a' 4 li sa. it mane rs, coming. 1 wik e a7Y, or S1 ee tadt#l m ilea -N
toss*fc t s t*I si tte"Ws ottlrtteras
If the tutrimenitb S.aGuamnelu ,4 1*0 M seit m dthe oe

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. ..... i w e s" to-."ir104 .th te was ae at r a a i.a t thfAg axS
thaat w1. 1. tn ft>t m Ibealy Dotor abe e 6* agW a nd a 40"i bne oa. y.atv *07 4<, of ea0 In0 Gow ot
o lifed pupils, 3s M wpt Matpft Is the siNs. 0 t1stv 11S|& 40 .i"S aea
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!l~lr- BiUH RYou. ica. n't l0 an atom Th. f Enterd Store of Prosperous ..
RAISED THE ANTE without feeling it. The body agothe thriving Air Line Railway.
is like an engine, a watdcJ burb of otlth Gainesville was infested sN iErr rT API I
'tws' Very Iberi, and is a machine; must be kept in ith.eken thieves--and they were:S A
inot. parth la *hose chickenes--d s they N DIV ISION wov n .
Colleagues Stay With Him. good order to run right. got, ro fin he chikens they 3I I .O...TH.... .NDVISION ...... o 6
,nor. how fne the breed,. They 5a. a000 P 810 p LyV........... Ja t.o e.i............... A IO ia : 7'5 a, 0p
That's the reason Scott's were n accommodating lot, however, t 0 5_0 54 p. ..............a:do................
r"E' 1 4 50 N p Lv .. ..... .......... .. . . ..... ....... A ... .:7 ... .. W
TALLAASSE NEDS BIG SUM and toavoidjedoa or hard feelings l so p. 4 50 Ar ... ,.. G.. aEVLE ... l........... 6
Emulsion is so successful between the good people of North I.....edarKey........... ...
T A Billt Sought to be Passed Was. One all wasting diseases. It feeds, invile they paid nearly all the P ..... ...... ..............
Authorizing the Issuance of $100,-nus and fte owl buse a ist from time to time .I WOO4... .....
000 Bonds, and Mr. Wall Amended Thisog was finally broken up, and 4;. ; ... Dade.ty ............ ....
D cu me o DbAo. { when ordinary food won't since. that time matters have been s t p' S ............... .Plant Cty................ i a
Docum oto Double A ount. T- '" 7 ( P ll 20 a .... ................. .-Palmetto.. ........... ..... i T4
SDoctors say Scott's Emul- rocking along smoothly in that locality 72p .. a....... ..................anatee...........................
U the Senate Wednesday morning ntil Wednesday night, when a thief 145 30 P..........................SarAotl..................p
ator Mad.William introduce^ a bill.' sion is the best nourishment unil Wednesday night, when a thief Cp, 0 4.3 a ...... I .......
Senator Mae.Willianms itrodued a bdlU SiOn us the best nourshment entered the Store of Henry Ramsey NORTH AND EAST 34 1 e06 I WEST AND NBW ORLEANS 56 1 7
to be entitled an act creating a board for those who are not as well and helped himself to the good things '-v ja.ksonviile.. ...... p ... vj Uksnviln.le.............. 40. o 2
of cospaissioners of State road, as th shoul be or grocer kept by that merchant ernnda... 910. i 0 ......r l ......................5 S g
.. for the contruc ton .gani crd- assmey snould.a t- yun g or "inB us by t.rk.. ;2oPV5P A .rLlveOk .................... i 04
lding for the construction ani baird- g ) 3r. Ramsey stated that he heard a Ar v b......2...i I"'. rMsdlon.....................i2p
Ing [ a system of paved, macadlamized old. 1 Ar aisraZ................ 09 I 14a .. "A mort'ello ................. 10p i
fing a system of paved, macadamized old. noise about 10 o'clock Wednesday IA "oearnark........... ...85 ArTA.habaee .... .... ... 940p .6p
or other hard-surface State roads in W %,ei . reoq.. niight, b.t did Pota inAvetigate, ae la .....................
this tate; empowering said board to L-. .W..46:tabrewYo r. ,re rn...er the impression that it wa Pte 95p 80 Moeniol......ao ................ .... sIp
employ a distance; creating a State &,.. . . .. 1ogs or eats. A r southern ptae........ 11 s p 36 s ...a Ar ew orle r..................... 72
road fund;" authorizing said board i --- Ar Raleigh................ 1 3 p1045 a... Lv Jacksonville ................ ... 7 4" p
to except contributions in aid of con- APOINTED CONTRAST. A Runaway Bicycle .r Proth...........o.. n..............................
I0 SU.o ,.. .t.anoog ... .. ............. 1 AD
etruction and building of roads; pro- Terminated with an ugly cut on the Ar a-hington........... o toa 8op 1 Chattan#can..'.......... .... fOD
ng for the employment of t What Advertising and Ws Enerec lego J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, I1-. I r rllad ...e2 i p3 SatLs e..... ..................... ~
.dn Management Did for Pope People. It developed to a stubborn ulcer un-' Ar Yew 'ork..I1560................
State convicts on the public roads un- for PoP P de Ar ew r ............4 1 .... chicago................ ..
der such rules and regulations and nnouncedthat a eworganiza-j our years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
conditions as the Legislature may tion of great capital, headed by Col- Salvecured. It's just as good for Burns, Saturdays, from Gainesville.
hereafter prescribe. onel Albert A. Pope, has taken over all i Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c. Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
in theblouse. the assets of the American Bicycle at all drug stores. Tampa. Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washin Vessi-
While the House was sleepily con- Company, This assures a forceful re- dining car service from Jache twen ksonville and Washington, via Ri., Osfe
idering a bill to authorize the city vival of the cycle business and No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express ears -
of Tallbassee to bond in the sum of plloint a most significant contrast. t ween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
$100,00l for municipal improvemefM There is no more conspicuous in- tween Jacksonville and New York.
r m l prstance of thr e influence of liberal ad- JVLE No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
bJ i afternoon, Mr. Wall of Pt.tnam stance of the iba iuend e of liberal ad- intermediate points, and at Arener with Early Bird branch
U.I1 offered an amendment to interest vertsing, backed by business ability, FIRE, BOND and Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between ew Orleans and Jacksonville.
the amotot to bond to $200,000. In building up a great industry than Steamers for Key West and Havana.--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
M;. Wall said that the city really the magnilent success of 5the Pope' ACCIDENT INSURANCE, and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
shtild Mpend that amount, and even Manufacturing Company of Hartford, epreentlt a number of prominent E T eAc a Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
S $'pond that amount, and even I,,_ a .ii ABBeriean and Enwiuh companle& E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.
at that the -srm would not be sufficient Conn. Taere is no more conspicuous .
o PW4e all the needed Improve- nstance of the influence of the re-; .. .....___._.__ _
Awta. jversal of this policy to the injury of a AbStCt & Realty Copay, _
Leon county was not represented o gre dusry han downfall of the norporatedl ..... .NI
hw floor, and other members, evident- American Bicycle Company. E. E. YOLE, Manager.
ly anxious for someing to do Startigwih a capital of less than U EPONIBLE COMPANIES ,
promptly adopted the amendment $5,000, and an output ofi fty homie- Get an abstract of title to land before CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICIES,
Any e familiar with the workmade bicycles in the year of 1878, the s ther oa t re rta Worthy or LIBERALITY op POLICY CONTRACTS
aosary to engineer a bonding propo business of the Pope Manufacturing! s e u nn or Consideration PROMPT PAYMENT op LOSSES.
to through its many devious wa Company was pushed irresistibly over We cover these important points and respectfully
realize the trouble such ation every discouragement and obstacle in Ma writer. o t a share of your business.
Would create. It required consider- the way of an imperfected device and2
able time and trouble to undo what an undeveloped demand until it was' NOT IN THE TRUST.
bia been done In a moment. Thea employing over $,00(),000 of capital, A HUNDRED-DOLLR TYPE-
bilwas then passed by a vote of raiunning five big factories at high WRITER FOR $50. )
pressure, enlisting a legion of expert; Guaranteed for one Tear. sold on
Other bills passed by the Houte in- mechanics and distributing its output vaesot ents at a sl ght adAiesents for the-
eluded the following: through thousands of selling agents Typewriter Rbbon or
An sct to authorize city and town over the face of the globe. +A
attborities in the State to contract Culonel Pope was once asked what REAL ESTATE, WELLINS8 lt i afe a d Lock Com pany
with individuals,eompanles oreorpora- was the first essential to success in sell- ANDI LAD FOIR SALE. OX-0.ix .t i, O o
toesa forth gathering and disposal of i a good thing. f" dv rtng The "Victor" is the bestsafe made, and parties tatnmplat
gabage. Hisanswer was: "Advrtising" .. E e, ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in tat line,
An act to amend all act, entitled-"an [^hat is thtosecond essential, therl? Gainesille, florda. from a box to a bank vault, will save money
at to niend sectol6n 2347 of the re- "hig advertising by consulting us. Call on or address,
isedstatute of thelState of Florida, .And the third?" The rply came in
rating to the disposition of proceed a thunder tone: V3VmAa13 DMV A
of life insurance," approved June 4, bigger advertising! !" I Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORID
1997, being chapter 4655r, Lmw of Flor- That is the (decaration or his faith __
Ida. justilfld by works. lit had a good I. T. SCHAFER, Prop. %AB11# 1
An act to provide for the approval of thing and he made the public see it __
Bonds in criminal cases before the adn call for it by a yearly outlay rising --- --.....-.-..........,_
courts of county judges and justices of to over half a million dollars in well- CHORCE IREADS. CA1KES and PIES
...... ~,n~,, a.. ..... Presh Every D r.

the peace,
An act to revoke and abolish the
present municipal government of the
town of New Smyrna, and to organise
a city government for the said town,
An act making an appropriation of
$17,000 for fixtures, furniture antd ar-
pete for the uso of the legislative, ex-.
eeutive and Judicial otlecers in the
State capitol.
Several bills on second reading were

'The Deestrick Skule."
The ladies who havo charge of the
"Old Deestrick Skule." which will be
given at the auditoriumn tonight, to
also money to complete the payment,
on the kind'rgarte the kindness of the ladies and gentle-
men who so ungrudgingly gave their
time and talent to thtl entertainment
before, and who so, \Yi.gl roi, wtponeed
to the all upon tiln'm tlii timl, There
will be a large atud ione tonight. it is
thought, as to maany missed seeing it!
before, and tsomne, who wvnt then, will
go again. Mr. ChrlA. ,Matieson will
make an ideal tettohxr, and M rt. A Iston
M'oKintry, as 'Mrs. lioneyskMkle, can
unot be exceeded.
The ('rtaded School is on. of thel
reatest attraotions of the towu, as
many persons realtinug its advantages
.bavte made OaineTville their hume.
Whateor helps the school helps the,
,wn antd the people appreciate that j
ate l t ",

What did he get from it? A net in-
come running up to over a million in
a single year. A property for which
he refused a bid of $8,000,).<0).
Body of Unknown Man May Develop
Murder Mystery.
Ptttaburt; May 14.-The finding of
the body of an unknown man floatng
In the Monongahtela river at the otI
of ahoct street this moringf probably
will develop a munrtlr mystery. A
handkerchleft hd been forced into the
xuan's mouth and there were several
wounds on the back of the head.
The body Ii that of a man about 60
yoars (f ay(ge, well drossed and-j has
th- appearance of boeng above the
chtas of people usually frequenting the
water frout. There was nothing on
the body that would In any way lead
to idtotiule'atlon. The tace indicated
that It atd l.been dragged along the
g round.
Says Daughters Were KIdnaped.
Cohittnhl. C,. May t..-W., M.,
Spciiht. formerly of Ashovlflh, Is, here
t<(,i!ttg for his three daughtersx the
,:ld4'1st 12, who he sald were kdnlapold.
it:,lury in Atheville reveals that the
man was divorced from the mother ol
the children' tIr married again andi
hLs girls. not belng treated woll by
hls new wtfr. he put them at a board-
lng school, later he took the chll.
dlcn hoMe and bne day during aW
s&4tlnco a strange woman esaled on
his wife., who be'amne frihtuenod by
her vilistor's codunet and ran away.
When ahe rtturned theo chilrW were
Cona. .. .* *

Deilvered to All Parts f City.
S.UstsacUon Ouaranteed
S"ec(al attention to Cirouses. Mistrels
and othar traveltin troupes,
Huntlnu Parties. etc.
P, 0 o io 54 Gatnesvtlle. Fl

Offers VeryLow Rates an FollowlngDates
Colonl't Ttck7 sO ("fkltfortat, Uta.h,
Nevada. New Mezxoo, Ariova. Colo-
rado, Oreiyn., WasUtaton. Montana.
Idaho, Woiutin, on aie until June t M
St. Louis and Return
J111e .-l;,doo toreurn until June 25th

San Francisco, Los Angeles and
National tneaslpu Int (1. A, K. Tick-
et.i on' "ale .hiu J3r 31t.0 Augt I&. Good
to return .idu) Ot>ober IS. 9
Denver, Co01, and Return
O0n ,4ae Jui e 30to JlY (th. tOo~l tore-
turn u'ntO ,\ttu~Mt 1Stt.
Throlu.'h l'u'lhlatalet 'pn Oar dailY, tet-wt"e
JakktfuviI ,,Macma, Atlant4, C.attIao>.o
Non(il BUant is. L oJA1. ik't*mUIcAv.Unta e tcb
thronh tVbnmtam0ptt etrIs 5 daily between
NWshiv1l;;< and Ctigo. TIm'I5 th' WOly doubtl
trawek line btweeR l.-tero tAwdthe Ohlo
llictr. l'\4r 4utl 1i el. 5t5a Pimntph
lei ad4rv
No. I Brow a ip, Atlanta, tha.


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Jacksonrxville and
Calling at CHARLESTON, S.
The Finest Steamships In the

New York,
C., both ways.
Coastwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENOE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound.......... .......... rom L 'wis harfBoston
Northbound................ irom Foot of Catheriie st., Jak ostoniie

SClyde St. Johns River Line
13etvwoer JACKOr NVILLT arnc 3As.IKOK
Stopping at Palatha, Astor, St Francis, Bereaford ()eLand).
Landings on St. Johns River termedIate
Lae a.ia oknhte4dto sail as fohows:
Leaves Ja40 navtlle p, t. Sunda s, Tuesdays and Thureti.a.
Leaves Salfrd .380a. m. Mondays, 11idnesdays and -Fridays.
southboun ,
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8:45pa ,... ..... .... ..lalatka .. ....... Arrive 2 so
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or. T h One Hundred Yards is
Now Completed.
. ,::.. uperintendent Malphurs Has Made a
f r: ,y'^Substantial Job, the .Material Used
Being a Composition of Rock, Sard
and Gravel-Mr. Camp Pleased,
Work is being prosecuted rapidly as
weol as substantially on the Alaclua
Sink dam, and Promoter Camp is well
.pleased with the general progress.
There has already been constructed
more than one hundred yards, or
nearly half the work, and, the com-
i position employed being a combina-
tion of rock, sand and gravel, the dam
will stand every resistance.
While that section of the dain now
completed has been constructed
through shallow water, Superintend-
eat Malphurs anticipates no trouble in
finishing his task. The end of the
'- section goes to a depth of five feet un-
der water. The deepest part of the
gap to be filled will reach twenty feet.
The dam will be, when completed, a
few feet over two hundred yards in
Owing to the scarcity of tram car.,
which are employed in conveying the
M mterial to the scene of action, work
has been temporarily suspended. A
number of these cars are now in
course of construction, and it is calcu-
lated that they will be finished by the
middle of the coming week. The daim
will be completed within the next
sixty days should no mishap befall the

Cure will help you.



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Owing to These Conditions, Pmople are
Deprived of Business Privileges.
The scarcity of itorit hostmosn, desir.
able and otherwise, I'ns reached ais
alarming ext, int in (l aiine'ville, with
the restiult lhat st'veral parties, who
ctme' litere within the' palst frew week.
with tt desire a in intention of en-
gagiig g i bistl l tinii'ss of wNol)' kind i h vli
beetln c(mpelhld t(o g4. up nll ilt ilpir
asid seek ulther lhcat(iont.
Agan examnijle, th l rm ofir Aorndrew
(orehiets & Son, wllsih was rece 'itly
opened here, C(atmie niestr I'ing coli-
ptlled to "i )ove 1" ol' I t.'tillt, f 'tlih
Ililiility of the (Irrn li at flrst wviure a
store. AIfter a thtoroulh stIi:rch inl
('v ry 1t)tiu r artr of thi' city Mr, ('ir0.
ncau ac<'r(f-tained; thAt ts l't)rootm 5ia
avai!t,4hble, antd it wal justL bly <'chal(t.
Ithint his reooivoid tho itnforirtinlion that
Mr. Mo(iovern, th movo into other snlid iiore potidoosod
qjsart(.rP, hetseo n I. immediately rentd
th o0petrn housoi store oulijoet ti,i
aceptitance whna Mr. Me(hovt'rrn va.
a'ted the place. It was the ile'tirpo(e of
tl* firm to 0ettblish a wholes"le S id
r itail trdi, but the oramnpmd condition
of ;ih store will not warrant It.
A few days alo I. J, (Ornan of Jack.
sonviJll ease htre with the Intentitonl
of opening ia bloycle and repair eiMalb-
IIIhment, but w*a compelled to aban-
don the idea and aeik rntsier tleldo for
the reason that he could not oe'ure a
tor. -
While this state of atffalro snea k well
for any eity, it I' sto I regre' the u tU jCe of stOroiI prevolitLu hih
progress of the town.,
4 For Those Who LIve on Farn.
4)r. Itergin., l'aa, Ill writes "1
have ulti d flilard'oi -'t lwayimy roltomuilotneid it t( Vsy fritsid, .*
m Cam ttdelt i there i* mui) buttt.'r linudod
S1# a dandy for btur% s.". Th ts' who)
lve on farms are .pi clhaly lI.tl, to
many ae.1l4s.al cutl, ur rV Oat id
bruisov, whieh heal rapidly wh,:1h Ifti.
lUrd' 8116w L[1ini5etI is applied It
lho~uld always t kept in ths Oe toiu( for
cues of emor.tfisey. w', ;ok a tiff L$
at Johnson IrsiW .
Prosr.dia t A oI rAtt tUaitdkIng 19'
ptfoy, of M, and 0. Road.
'Usaae.li, "*'onn.. .ay 14 ..-A. ag
Bnot aPoehil fi'6tr m Jas".-n, Tk ,v saYo
that J41f.tr4 MISt rtalug
tltj'sj p5ol*-ftt r 00 tir.t tha sirt ilnfo
,W*? ..t7 S t o MoP'?N n4 Ohst sm(J
toe4 .ti5 aptli tonfa ( of cinus tor
ts( de4ftnats T, e rstark$ h s e* W ow
tlnUtid until tt Monday, Wsd & "I
wants were 104M unis'W akw$4 r tn
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IFit for a Queen.

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Gainesville Xachlne Wor
Oan turn and stralihten whole lengths
of ShaftingK ad Plim-Outtlunt
up to 123 Ireho.

P. H. WESTWARD, Prop. aUd
j.1o im Is t, I'e". J: V. Wasw o w Iw t



ltolvrer s wy pe ov osttowt~h.* wG M*v* prwtt att


AJuts .elv.4 n tM otriaber4 K mia 1o11a Filmn sod othor aupples,
#D4l (Irndm0 a5 Frsob1e priw.

This we will guarantee.

It has cured many cases of Bright's Disease and Diabetes that
had been thought incurable, however we do riot claim that it
will cure these diseases in adva zced stages, as no medicine can
make new kidneys for you, but oley' kidney Cure will
positively cure every case of kidney or bladder trouble if
taken in time, and even in the worst cases of Bright's Disease
and Diabetes it always gives comfort and relief*

Remember when the kidneys are Iffected the work of
destruction never ceases, so commence taking Foleys Kidney
Oure at once and avoid a fatal malady.

Foley's Kidney Cure is madefrom a prescription of a
specialist in kidney diseases and was used for years in private
practice before it was put on the market.

W. L. YaxcY of Paducah, Ky., writes: '1 had a severeease U disee sad
three of the best physiciangsh^uthen *fKentucky treated me wlitht success. I
then took PaJ*k's EK i y rua. The fint bottle gave im=ediwatt elle, and thrm
bottles cured me permanently. I gladly recommend thi~ Odes medy.
SamouI WzaB of Moiral N.Y, writes: 1I had beet trasl fth m' for
twenty-five years aid had tried several physics ans t rseifwed so tl 0t
bought a bottle of l% A Otm. After .sil. t bo.. I wa. abs.ut.I.
uird. I C*;,,^ tRE7tCO$I45d kc ^a WS
'- .5^ftj55*^llit't *5^$J.-f f

To Sufferers From Kidney

and Bladder Diseases.

No matter how long you have suffered, FPbly's Kidhey

Ala(,,liia Coun11ty

Abstract Co0
B. R, COLSON, Manager,

The que1i (lo( f Titles a
llrit t o.'silderaitliit for tile

Abstract of Title ,
To any pice l of hand It i
AhI hltllka ronuly torniNed
on Itppl'cllon.

TAX1EN l'TSi'Ht nI)
And all mattoerN <'o ieuro
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THE DAllY S: MAY 15,190

ll t the PO I Office at Gainesville. ia.,
awseeoAaolasswau matter.
,o .iJARY. Editor and Prov'r.
'JESSE E. BURT', City diltor
SMTr V 8 p S. TsrPnown 43-a2
DZA M 8?A'r s.pblished every morning ex-
SpMotdavn. delivered b carrier In the city.
*rime41 o to sany part ot thqUnied Statespos-
e froeeto #6rByear tOtta ; or 50 oeats for five weeks-
s~Itly In advance.
.0w41a0 notices I loosi column, 10 cenut a
/'$ jiotItiti~ ~Iertio0n, and 'S cents for each ad-
4 0J insertionD "
,lt0s t or display advertisi ni wade known

TheO swe.t-*Week Sun Ih an dight-page.
oO:: -00 30apn paper. published every Mon-
'M ; 's4 d Thursday. and contains nll the
W.'iW of the week, lOcal, state and gen-
Oil. a will be mnalled. postage tree, to any
4 'tt e-United- Stateor Canaf6. otlf S.
s 0ar-w-n advance.
a.Idveirtising bills become due after first
*tpparance of advertisement, unless otherwise
:sipulatedlnecntract. Parties not known to
Si will b6 required to pay for ad vertising In ad-
V*Soe. Address, TIE DAILY SUN.
^;;. GAriNVviLJ. FLA.

The following are the recommepda-
t|ons of the State Convention of Coun-
ty Superintendents and the committee
of the State Teachers' Association, held
it Tallahassee from Mv.y 5th to 8th in-
; The legislative committee of the
convention was composed of five coon-
Sty superintendents and tve teachers
appointed:by theIState Teachers' As-
o01latlon, held at Orlando the first
SWeek n January, 1908.
*' t was agreed in the outset that no
recommendation of the convention
would be presented to the Legislature
that did not. receive practically the
unanimous endorsement of the con-
vention. Copies of all bills with
amendments therbto now pending In
the Legislature aid alluded to in the
Following resolutions, and the bills
recommended for passage by the con-
Vention, were in the hands of the
legislative committee and presented to
the convent ion. full discuson
After free and fril discussion of
.... sltinieasure, the following are the
SMsolutions adopted, with the vote
upon each. The original text of the
bills recommended are tiled in the of.
Ao fl of the blate Superintendent of
;'Public Instruction to have typinwrit-
t en opies made and presented to the
: .Legislature:
Resolved 1.-Thut it is the stnso of
S.this conttention that the Freeo 'Text
Book bill Ibe not pia ed. Adopted
ltResolved 2.-'itht we oppose theo
pending lligh School ,bill,I id that we
respectfully suggest the, passage of the
substitute prepared by this committee
for Senate Hills Non. 101 and 105.
Adopted, 87 vote aye, I nay. Supt.
S W. -. Watson deusired to go on record
as voting nay because he himself had
not studied the bills now pendin-, in
the Legislature. The chairman af the
Slegislative committee was diret Lad to
Deliver immediately time substitute
Bill to the chairman of the education
committee In the Senate.
V Resolved 8.-That it is the sense of
th-is convention that any legislation
r regarding the certilleation of teachers
a t this session of the Legislature will
be unwise. Adopted unanlniously.
,> Resolved 4.-'l'hat we recommenul
:th(e passaget of thet bill requiring the
|^"payment of county trteasurers from
1'i the general county funlmds instead uf
f* 'rom the school ftulds. Adopted unat-.

Resolved 5.-That the following bill
,p- tiered by T. F, AMUtletth be adopted
siod the Legislature be requestedl to
pais the same:
O"A. bill .to be etitld i atl a to
W a(t.aOominismt tu reaitlsisrt, fot
tv o'odity the ishool laws of Florida,
td totubinit them sa t to h. next
glaturo for e tniotnt"
Aidoped p.unaniously. T',e Stat
S .ilteentde of 'Public Instrutlion
.i reIiAested to have the bill type-
$'B 1 "04 and to deliver copies to incm,-
;A of the House and Senate with the
othhat it passed.
solved 8'-That we recognise the
ga n *f the frame.r of our Consti-
i oa und our laws in providing for
ie Jig her education of the youth of
S tate, that we are iuten ely grati-
M" the Iaoreaiu lalinterest in higher
io that is be"lt developed
|^ gaO te lengtb breadth of
IB~mM~tt upTII "" sf T i- :th-'

they open up to the ambitious young
men and womep of the State, and on
aeecotut of their beneficient reaction-
ary influence upon our common school.
and the incentives they offer and the
stimulus they frmpart both to .hep
teachers and pupils. In view of these
facts and the effm ient manner in which
they are now being conducted.
Resolved further, That we ask for
these State instituitons for higher ed-
ucation the most liberal treatment
possible at the hands of our Legisla-
ture. Adopted unanimously.
Resolved 7.--That the bill presented
to this body proposing the establish-
ment and maintenance of free kinder-

gartens by County Boards of Instruc-
tion, be adopted, and that there be no
limitation as to the number of inhab-I
itants of the town where established,
but that this be left to the discretion
of the County Board of Public Instruc-
Itesolved further. That th- State
Superintendent be directed to repre-
sent this body in urging the passage of
this bill, and that it be left discretion-
ary with him whether or not be re-
quests the substitution of the bill'
adopted by the convention for the one
now pending, in the Senate, after he
has investigated. Adopted unani-
Upon motion, the chairman of con-
vention was requested and directed to
take the necessary steps to place such
of the above resolutions and bills as
have not already been presented
before both houseaof the Legislature.

That portion of the State of Kansas
north of the Arkansas river and west
of the meridian of Larned is to receive
the particular attention of the bureau
of forestry this summer. A study of
the tree growth of that region will be-
gin this month under the direction of
R. 8. .Kellogg of Russell, Kan., an
agent for the bureau, and will be con-
tinued until fall. In this part of the
State the timber penetrates the prai-
ries by way of the river bottoms,
clinging closely to these moist bottoms
and advancing only occasionally to the

American manufacturers are now
putting on the market i watch the
size of a 5-cent piece, all of the parts
made by machinery. Small watches
have heretofore beun made almost ex-
.elusively by hand uitd by the Swiss,
but with the demonstration that we
can make good timepieces of diminmu-
tive size and by nmaihiniery the Swiss
will be compelled to Invent new at.-
tractions for their goods.

The richest copper region is that of
Lake Superior, the copper being all in
.h mnativr state.- In a Minnesota
mine mo mass taken out was .15 fee't
in leiith, 22 feet at the greatest width
anid the thickest part was more than
eight foet. It weighed about 420 tons
and was over 90 per cent copper.

Locomotives propelled by electricity
drawn from the air without coat, and
ocean liners racing over the sea by the
agency of the electric current drawn
inexpensively from the same source,
are promised for the near future by
Tesla. 'It is to be done on the prinol-
ple of wireless telegraphy.

State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. ,
Frank J. Oheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Choney & C., doing business in' the
City of Toledo, County and State afore-
Paid, and that said firmi will pay One
11undred Dollars for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be poured
by the use of hallss Or.tarrh Cure.
Sworn to befos i me and suba ribed
inl my presenee. this fifth day of De-
enltwr, A. D).188Q.
-^- W.A. OuGatA8o?,? -
j *KA. 1 Notharyl Public.
lil'l s Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, and acts directly on the blood and
Inufous snrfaces ot the system. Sond
(or tietimonials, free. ,
F. J. O( isalv A Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all DrUtlts. 760.
lIlail's Family 1Il1 are thebest,.
Sone people are apt to think that on
the question of woman asuffrage the
L iited States is ahead of the British
Emmipiro. Full State sunrage is given
to wom.n in four States of the union,
but the full sufftrage ls now enjoyed by
thi women of New Zealand amid all

A ustralia.
From a Cat Scratch
On the arm. to the worst sort of a
turn, sre or boll, DeWlt's, W(to
~itohiBtaseI Sie. ,bepa>rifster t


The PhiIppVpii belle, when arrayed
in her best, is- b no means unattract-
ive, even to sn American with inborn
prejudice against the dark-skinned
races of the earth. She knows how to
dress effectively, and while concealing,
half displaying her charms,

Another Prussian prince is looking
for an American girl with only $8,000,-
000. Besides the money she must not
be over 35 years of age, fairly pretty,
healthy and refined manners. There
are lots of youngjmen in this town who
would ask no questions other than the

A reader asks how many times en-
gines are cbahaed in running a pas-
senger expiwes-train between Chicago
and St. Paul 0e of the leading roads
makes the rax with one change of en-
gines, and 22 tons of coal and 41,000
gallons of wptet are used in the trip,
which is a trife over 400 miles.

No Gripe, Pain
Or diseomfiort, no irritation, of the in.
testines-but gentle, prompt, thorough
healthful cleansing, when you take

Hood'e PlIle
Sold by aU druggists. 25 cents.
" Il I I l I II I I '

and all 8kM Dieeases cured by

The most healilng sa in i the world.
The oeetoep Seld tok T It."
0e._. L. HPard, of ilh lowet, Qa., wrles
Eese. tabtott.esit *IoMy boby, *overi his
entr body. Uadew rre-at e unt our auily
phys cian e ot w woe" as I could not sleep
row the bmaralnd Itblaii. We usd a box of
BANNR A~aVIs ea hm and by the time It
was gone e was well. Th doctor eeSiag it was
surlg Ihli saIdt. '*tic to it for It I dcmg him
more good thio aything I have done for him.' "
Sold by W. Wallaee's)rug Store.

Why Not pba a
nd aU other fruit asd vetabet rrm a beto
or Aol). at * lae)=s4 t taM the very lesas
fruit lower ior t mk* ats. i t as o weul a
0.e rich, nd sO t4t4 t. 1 *A atwo retar;oil
hdb' can !iwt u sd eanae It, wil dsK-na
wtll tsead amte i&V hAwbUle I obacspir
toA ethi mo y. I V nto %e It to tl the
o)A th at *& into n= wI tea w U later-
ill fo r the s sBt 41nhlts w(r
three yi gars. tw h elA .:o ip'tt
aua ar 0 % mo (k

U m_ fR M 0 F F TT'S 8


Mr. Rooseelt declares he has .faith
in the people, but his faith is going to
be heavily jarred in November, 104.

They garO bloroforming and obbing
*trwayei isi.X n ? o Ri ozpsr. I'he. atew
gr*admaly' becoming civilized, those
Rorto Rias. .

Artificial See it sold by the govern-
ment in Manila to all persons in the
military seltvice at 50 cents a handred
pounds. To all other persons the orin
fixed by the government is $1 a hun
dred pounds.

"Considering the, large number oi
women who marry," says the thought
ful woman, 'and hold in their hand
the happiness of families, it seen2a
strange that there should be so little
special training for the profession of

In Effect April II, 1903.

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-- Sa ............a..asoJkoinvlle.............L 707a 70 1a
SS 6 1 10 65a .................St.Augustlne.................... 00 ,
...p a .......... ..... ............ ........... ...
Sr t I .... ....... a tks................... ArL 68
;-- p opAr L ........... ...a..... las a.............. L... 4 0 S a
U ..... m Ly. .... .......... P.an latk ........ ......... Ar l B6 6 Si t
-5 S 0 8p ... ................ Ban Mateo..................to.... . g ... 1
do p t p .. ............. Neog,... ....... ........Lv 4 20a 4 m I8P 3
S1 p $ I s p ....... .. Bunnll........ ............ 406
58 3 p Ii p ................. Ormo d ...................... 8 99 I O Sp V,4*
90p IsP ...................Dayton......... ........ a .p a
-.4,4 lP P ............ .. .Po ,rtOra .... ...............
_IjE S B* p 05p...................New Smyrnma................... I 46 il p 0mo
345 r Uip I l8p............ .........oak HIl.................... a S
SpV p.................... tO ulek ..... .......... 84a P
O r o P p p.........'........... ....................... a. 2V i -
Vs a 4 p ......... ........... el re 0a, ................ 12Am 1 04p
S 109a 4 p ............. .. Sebastian ...............1..... X0s lIl p .
30 l p .. I 4 p ........u................ ue .................... p1015 la

"a as p p......................B.bdenl ..................... 12 p 105l4pa
at It.p...................... n e ........ ........... 210 p 1 a 4
S I p ... .............. t eure .. ................... 10 p 1 10 A m '_
i0. ...P .................. Pi....... obeSond .............1. 8 l10 3
Sl p ...................... Eden ............. ..... 8 p OS
3 455 1!p...............*.... Je nsen. h................ 5p 10 j
ma 1 p P................ .. ... o ntuart ...................... 9 1 0 0S l O &
85 W& I p.............. o.... e o .on................... 7lp 900 4i
S ........... *a~t Jupiter................... 8 p 9 A 0

S Ol& p .......... .....D. a--L ude dale.................. 6 03p 8 08
S p................... land le.................... 5 39p 745 a
S60 t 9 4 ...................Lemon Cit ................... 0p 7 8
7oe a g p Ar...... .......... ami.....................,Lv 00 p 7 15 a
-Wrgo. 2 no..4i
1.1 STATIoNS...... No.i2 'No.- o. ,, No. 01 No. 4
DI lly !7B T o I 11ly Datly lD aily [D..... Da l y
f6 a t......... Titusville ......... Ar p .-"- p
I s L ......m .........Ar 7 p 0 10 lOa Lv,. .N. Smyrna..Ar 1 lOp 70,
*Mf Lv ....... .O--00teen....... Ar, Us a 51 p 11 21 a 11,v. Lake Ibeen .Ar 12 OBp 0Sif
Sa LT.........nterprs. Arl 80 a 8 B5 25 11 8aLv Oranure City.Ar 13 48p B SiP
*Us Ar I....... nf.. ntord .. 1...L. 00 1 a 30p 11 45 alAr.. Or. CityJo Lvt i 40p 8 N%
. "a l No.' 1 ..8 1 6V N' 1 i 0 "I-
ma SunderxmDaily XAYP*OR BANo. INSun. 1o.22

| ll p aL .....J...Jacksonville ..... ..Ar ....... 7 45m a Sp
go v 0l Ii: p aeLv .....So. aoks nvlIle.......Lv.. 787 a 151 521
a UII| JI 1 p isLv....... Pablo Beach...... Lv ..... 7 05(a 110 & p
S? IS iS 914&Lv ...... Atlantic Beach...."LV...... 7 00 la 115 4i p
-lip -1050l0 I p 0 *t0aAr....... .. Mayport ......... Lv ......... (345a 11 f 0
The". Tmslm Tables show the tlmes at which tratatiismybe oxneccted to arrive and deplrt
tromthe seveltato but their arrival ordepartureat th -i ti s.a.t i not uaante,
nor dom the Oompany bold Itslf rsponsible for "y delay or any consequence arising there.
tr am.


Lv Mlisa8un.,Thur..............
Ar Ke West un., Thur..................
ey WesSn..Thur..................
Ar Haan. Mon., rri.................

oot April 16, 1903.

S 0ta, ILv Havana Mom., F ............ 12o00M
1 00 p Ar KeyW t, wos )o., F-I ........ .. .., 1: u0p
It580 ill Lv Key \v-Ct ,l,. . .........12 l o a
7 00 lAr Miami Truo.. ,- ..- 3 80p

Por copy of Local Time Card or other Informat%:n addr-es any Agent.
LJ I. D RLmIER, AAit. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, PLA..
NOTE-In order to make connection at Orange City Junction with Atlantic Coast Line
Train No. .15, the trains operated on the Orapge City branch known as Nos.3 mmnd 4 will run on
the following schedule commencing May 4, 1903: C..3
No -Leve New Smyrna......320m No. 4--Leave Ornnre City Juncn. 4 25 pn
Arrive Orange Cty.Ju n...5 pm Leve Orange City'........ 4341p n
A .rIe .rn n..420 um Arrive Now Smnrna ...... 0 K0 pm n "

Retailers and Jobbers in

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

ralsn, arden Seed and Fertilizers.
Highest market price paid for Chickens. Frgs and other Prtduce

A Oomplett stock of Hay, Cont, Oats Flour, Bran-, Meal, Cotton Seed Mea
and Rye. We handle only the 'ERY BEST goods at the LOWV
EST PRICES, and guarantee satisfaction always.

i aib a ias txa.n l 87s, i

9:-. F.) UTTO & CO


Do a general balkiair nes. buy andse Forelmw andDomestic -tae
The a4o4ut0 of bAkA.bankers. dorortlo .faners. merchants adcher
oceible txdfta In the Ue .alt Ifacl.iso maki ng colections on a

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower

Oft Vear. .. ..... .. $1.00




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the I
the 0

ed hi:


lht as a string and handed me a
r, saying, 'give me another bottle
Lamberlain's Pain Balm. I want
the house all the time, for it cured
" For sale by all druggists and
Cine companies.

ured Appointment to U. S. Naval
Academy at Annapolis, Md.


New Designs In All Sizes.

lihrough a combination of good for-
e and pure integrity, lnarvey W. PALME' HAMMOCKS.
(Corniack, fa ( teived the alppoilntmvnt of a cadet- A Full Assortment, Icluding
|ip at the United States Naval Acad- his Latest l'atterns
by, Annapolis, Md. This is quite a _____
impliment to the young man, since
I won the honor in a competitive ex- WATER COOLERS,
nination with seven applicants, re- FREEZERS, and All
intly held at Tallahassee. He de-
irves the compliments lie is now re- Spring and Summer
living at the hands of his numerous S p a It I s.
lends. It is said that Mr. McCor-
k was.two ears the .junior of any BAIRD ARDWARE tO0 PA
icmant in the examination. lie is a A- W o
l of the Gainesville Graded and GAWEILit.:,FLi-l.
ih School, and Thursday inorning
en he entered the school room, the .
tire faculty and body of stbdevts
oored him with cheers, which he The STANDARD-
,owledged with tha modesty and
lce which has made Fim a favorite GUARANTEE and TRUST
ong his friends.
Too Great aRisk. COMPANY
i almost every neighborhood some-
Shas died from ap attack of colic or Will stop your rent "and buy
lera morbus, often before medicine a home. For information
ld be procured or a physician lsum-
4ed. A reliable remedy for these call on
ases should be kept at hand. The
is too great for any one to take. GEO W MOYERS
berlin's Colic, Cholera and EO. W MOYERS,
rrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly
the lives of more people and re- (4all, Fix.
d4 more pain and suffering than
other medicine in use. It can al- ,...: .
a be depended upon. For sale by
ruggists and medicine companies. Planters and Growrs of Long
Miss LaFontisee Entertains.
her uasualtly"hospit able and clever
LFitisee-. asist- Staple Sea Island Cottoa will 1id
y her sisters, Mrs. Ella LaF. Ham-
iand Mis Kittie LtAFontisee. en- it to their interest to c mUilUivi
ined the members of the Young !

sa' Card Club Thursday after-1

ogressive Wliast was the attrac-
of the afternoon, There were
ELtables, and at the close of a most
iuiactic and spirited game, the

M to 4*d J. MeKinstry, Jr.
lgicbs wset asrseant, boosting
t 0004'r'Ia IW r:<( l^ ^ lwxw I"1w .



ton. c

E. T. ALL-EP I D, ....
A* .*vuwt04,



VE A Many Friends Attend the Last Sad
VERY WARM bAME Rites of This Noble Character.
S_ The funeral services over the re-
enm A aians of Mrs. Mary A. Bryson, who
'vatnts and Commercial Men died at the home of her daughter,
"Will Meet on Diamond. Mrs. M. Albert Clonts, were conducted
'_from the residence at 2:30 o'clock
rH ARE VERY CONFIDENT Thursda'y afternoon, Rev. E. P. Crane
_____ of the Presbyterian church officiating,
lain ONeill Says He's Got a Sure assisted by Rev. J. B. Holley of the
ain First Baptist church,
ing, but Captain Stripling of the The interment was made in Ever-
immercial Team Assures the Peo- green cemetery, and a large concourse
SThat His Men Are Hot Stuff. of friends followed the remains to the
ere is going to be some fun at the last resting place. The floral decora-
ball park this afternoon, when the tions were elaborate and beautiful,
the handsome casket and grave being
is of the merchants and commer-
men come together to contest for completely covered.
superiority in the points of thhe pallbearers were 3. F. Bunch,
)hal game. beA. B. Saunders, Ferdinand Bayer, J.
H. Vidal, W. P. Carter and D. E.
e game will be pulled off for the odwin. Robt. McClelOa r and charge
ft of the Oak Halls, who are f the funeral services. h
ing funds very badly looking to-
s the organization of a winning GREATLY ALARMED
for the approaching season.
curtain will trise on the first By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
at 3 o'clock, and it is to be hoped nently Cured by Chamberlain's
a crowd will be in attendance. C ough Remedy
Mr. Hl. P. Burbage, a student at law
ptain O'Neill has furnished the a student at law
p of his team and substites as in Greenville, S. C., had been troubled
p of his team and substitutes as for four or five years with a i ontinu-
rams, lb; Graham, 2d; Holder, ots cough which he says, "greatly
Morrow, p; McCormick, as. alarmed me, causing me to fear that I
Morrowwa in the first stage of consumption."
ill, If; Cline, c; Harrold, of. Mr. Butrbage, having seen Chamber-
titutes-J. H. Vidal, A. M. Pour- lain'! Cough Remedy advertised, con-
Alex. Howe, J. H'. Earle, J. B. cludeli to try it. Now read what he
says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
lass. change and after using two bottles of
ptain Stripling has not yet sup- the twenty-five cent size, was perma-
a list of his players, and it has nently oured." Sold by all druggists
good-paturedly suggested that he, and medicine companies.
3ses 'to run the merchants up The Circuit Court.
st something "good and strong." There is absolutely nothing doing in
J. McArthur, assisted by his bull "open court" at this session, the work
will umpire the game. Let every- being left altogether to the grand jury.
come. Admission 25 and 15 His Honor Judge Wills, as well as So-
. Remember, for the benefit of licitor Calhoun and the other court of-
ak Halls. fliers, assert the belief that the term
A Farmer Straightened Out. will adjourn today, subject to a special
man living on a farm near here session in June,
in a short time ago completely For Over Sixty Years
led up with rheumatism. I hand- Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
m a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain been used by children while teething.
and told him to use it ffeely and It soothes the child, softens the gums,
t satisfied after using it he need allays all pains, oures wind colio, and
ay a cent for it," saus 0. P. Ray- Is the best remedy fordiarrhoea. Twen.
f Pattens Mills, N,. Y. "A few ty-flve cents a bottle. Sold by all drug-
later he walked in o the store as gists throughout the world.

For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville

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Gainesville, FlIrida

Men We Want to Talk To.
II'C be/i<.'(< flieve th ? if(, "*: P n(i it n iaai ln (f :'er/ n) in G( tin/, '//, 'uI tv (h every/ an in a(/( llih e,''il' /( iu' ld e i frt ight to ul s J'iora (1// /lhis chffhini/.
Each weet k tvc tw'ill/ ol/,i.sh 4u ft'lu ar/u/tniii on this .,a week's argument is di; r/'d


Buying the best is the (esonleO
of true economy. (Goix, clothing
is cheaper than poor clothing-no
matter what the' respective prices
mIlay be.

W'" nff I/ the best cloth#ing/ tha
(f1rn /he IIad1(n (*c nofe Olou '/I'), ( lld
th,' pri{,'s .ar'" ot high-an (t acoel-
Imn 11ii/t for ('ither b"sieaw9i or
idrm I'a ( ca i ib be)a iagt for the




NoTr--When a uiian biuy a suit front
us he gets the "llest.-Clothing-hi-th
World," made by the famous Schlos
Bros. 4 Co. of lhiltlmore. All their
garments bear this label: '


,(<'fIet $1lun of $12 (, ), aiid it will <
ii0.,0 I(fI I r torl A Ni l for ib et I /.' I Ithe snamei
d7/ it- /l ( i 'l l/ retain ifts
fjl'linfl, flon/ qf'fr the I'r l'f/f" f
rI ,')n nt it / 0 1. f f t /f hunild, , amink mul mfggin' ,

n m AllS Ls-t" 01 ALIAIITI'

r "_ I
E1 sv1T G~mi~

ITak The A !antic Coast Line

fo VIII "'V
fMhidT'an i BndoU1 ,,), ,I) ,,uimi,1r
tokJe t T aiitfa5 lemi Lia ev ,,.su e ,

R aid Tranit and Unttrpait d .ervie '

Time Table in efftteet April 14, 19li8.
Dep-a "For OAINYaVIL, .
12: 10p' High Iptingi, Niewberry and Inlter-
Da Uy pedtite i'ointi
12a -pm a L O etla. lburg amid Tamla, and
Da S- IntoirmedlateoPots f
i!,90~pm t "Palitllii.J l) 4na,.T j kit-iiiviii,
Deilhi-fh'*th iast and West
4. ,,pm *J High tSprt.Si.vu.nah. Anu all PoitUws
Wly J Xorth, East id WAost

Arrive Frrom
4 :45 6' rn
4 35 p tn

12 p
I lpta ly .. ,

4i4Sp m ! ri A'v ia

1%l. us H-iltis $prln, i, oehelile

t aile M i good over lX m il of omvaonn th pr-i
t" so"eo, e ia1 by prwispo Ow
i P *mIu1 N o fw Voiv. i AlAlstian 00t0
AUSmik st ro
pt-Iiriw^ '', J'.4O:0*;\..W "::*K^i! ^

6 '5':*7^
'! <" 'W


Fr 2 rA Led LA ca li
r..p.. ,by----. JAME8 F. SALLARD t, L.oul_

Highest Market Prlces Paid.

D. Kir island,
41 to 421 y t, Jutil Ast.,


E.A. WEIL & CO.,
or Aa tn#SrV1AW*N *.

X. it UAUTIs hef" I*O tt

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One Cent a Wor
Advertisement ofr ten wormd or more la
this her4 lnserted f r One Cent a. Wotrd, s
In advflnoe, eachl insertiont, "
Please answer advertiemeuiste as addrendi.
In the adsvertlsoment.
The confloenoo of all Prsons tw l >ermiw bo ;
tloe signed withllittials willt be ro&WVti.'';
Their namea wilt not be wrtven to tnqulre.* '
o,. '^Ai .* . .
W0 YOUwant Amsvw t nl machines lifSo 00 o40
buy untU y i bhve seeml n6. I oa i ii
money, I keep oni htAM tte boioeleb 0L
needles ttoet and t lxtiit .e iiidl
of maeoinoes. Old n maohln t mq a A*. rk-
etfge. Seoedil-hluul Uti iohli tea your O
prioe. OCall on or addreo. C, A. Tw6i;:,
%wgent Tlheo Siier M4tr Co., RP 0, BofIl
OaineaviUle, Fla. 4-7-1t f-a-wtr
VRInrTIN i. 11

IF' YOU Watlit neoat ut1)(l-nw J)h itlprintin

Matliustiek Pianos,


lloit liiu ) or ti Ihii trylir olllfi2ltl l tande
tit io Iloner thanti tller, oonlstrutied of
b>st materials, anil most artlstU
worknnuinsliti ob tnimttl.
Up tol dale In. very
dolneiliu1d xUll.

Sold by is conutinuoully for
Without a nhlight failure. If you
witl a ia) nt> for a la lftteiln
serviot buy tim
Mathu1he k T
Prices an low u l ni onlateitls with quelily
Oauh or on Rnes t eors. Rnt on ItS diys'
trial, Wno pity frelaht, Wril
for iirlaoI TIIIIA V.

Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,


MA ls, TIO, R Ki NSpe, Pit.
Vogs, Belting, PACkIngetc.

1inght i i tar qo j Held lst any

t onsor or our csataone.




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;i "" TH ---
jjjjUE DAI,." '

4I:o iindigsA A Large
ti1d Of 0o2od destroyed0 .

lOclock in the Morning, AfterFour
urs' Downporu, West Bay Street
Five Foot Under Water-Synop-
~;..f t -i At t ... n.
^ he ?dlorida Tlmes-Union of the 14th
tt d:#s up in brief the following
fdta regg.t-dig the destructive cloud-
boUt-lnld flood which visited that city
We V i4sda, -
1'olltwlng an almost steady rain for
*e past even days came an almost un-
Pr0pedented downpour yesterday
llp 'a In torrents the rain came
4ftoh rom about 4 o'clock until after
S 0oek.
Tl^hr^reeks which drain this vicinity
te already flooded, and were carry-
an tmuch w aer as they could with-
'at-O overflowing their banks. A peou-
liar condition in connection with the
flood was the rapidity with which the
water rose. During the heavy rain the
N tder was constantly rising in the
rsteets, and by 8 o'clock the water was
at 1easat five feet deep on West Bay
s+ treet, and boats were the only means
,of transportation, In the lower part
of town, Including a part of Brooklyp,
t', Water was rapidly undermining
6Il8k aond.carryng agway small bridges
a( that part of the city.
it'e railroad yards suffered matorial-
ty. The sight there beggars descrip-
tom. Far over the tacoks and in a
reat mIany places entering-the boxcars
ixt4eestroy freight, the flood continued
the work of destruction. There was a
l$rge force of men in the yards under
direction of a yard foreman, -en-
doavoring to save some of the cars from
t lling on their sides. It Is here where
"the ~Anage was most severe. It is es-
tImatod that It will cost at least $80,W
000 to repair the damage to the tracks
alone, and the loss of freight in the
yards will reahol an enormous sum.
SThe wholesale warehouses were at
one time In danger. The building in
WhIoh 0, W. Bartleson & Co. do busl-
lap Iwas in the very center of the
ilio4. but fortunately the water did
not reach the goods stored there. On
the MoOoy creek side the building was
undermined to some extent, and was
leanhig a, little last night. Mr. Bar.
Sitlton stated that his stook was not at
Salldamaged, and that the damage to
S the building could be easily repaired,
Al business with wholesale houses
Swas suspended for the day, as there
'was no way of getting to them will
'- the drays or ears. It will he sevoran
i dayi before the business can be re-
e,-s ted with some of them on account
o the condition of the tracks.
Thie damage to the stocks of some o
tha small inmevhants on Bridge and
SBIy streets will be groat. In some nla
Sttioaei e qtitre stocks of goods were to
t Ually ruintd. All that was saved wai
thA canned goods on the shelves,
T here were many of the colored peo
Sple and few of the whites in the flood
e districts who were driven from thel
I holes, and some of them lost their of
teots. A number of houses were un
dermlued and the damage to street
M and the city plumbing in that part o
the city will reach $o,000.
Lf At the waterworks plant and th
i electrlo light plant the water was ove
Sthe machinery and the plant. wer
1 *coltnmpelled to shut down. The damage
to the tmachinmory will bhe small, in,
Sthe loss of the shrubbery in. Watei
,.,rks Park wl be considerable. I

ll require a great deal of work am
S ome time to restore the beauty 0
that park.
It i diftloult to give the total dan
. i+&''age. ,but conservative estimates pih
Itat $200,000. This includes every
Mug .

Joneseo Are- Acquitted.
I noxville Tenn., May I-. --The Jury
ti- i'the case of JoAshla and Moult ri
Jne. ho, argued with killing Thi,,.,
oward' in this city March i., or It .sl
Syearo this mwOntng romtmi ld a vordifo
ottaqUttl The Jury took ti<' 'as,
yetstrr4a' afternoon. TIhomms i;owar,
!lasI tlhe .ftttl *aS to die as ,a revult of
the.T Joneast6ward-4tc3Gh feud ItI
O county. Tennesee The pie
S won s.e wa wtIf-t.dtf. .e .

^^j|^H~i|h|i g a Pre wee dlsco?

.+ .. ...

Cowardly Assiasin Kilts Florida Plant-
or I(enr Oo:;cy.I
tliney, Vlai., iMay II.--Jo-hn T. How-
ard: one of ?Qui,!('y'4 most prominent
cltl(2tn, wai h I f:onm ambush and
Instantly h!i:, i wthi' on his way to
his 1pl!ntatto;i In IliJ-rlt county.
Io w ia, ril' i)v, i; hs., Iturg)y within
3 milaI of I,," c('t,.rny lr)oo whun he
Wa< 8,hot twicr with bulckshot. A
ttti'pe,'ttl)a o nin, vI I cirh.incod to I)h
passing, frund !iiri In I buggy dead.
Tih6 motive for the tnurder Is not
loDown, and there Is no clew to the
Maloney Made a Marquis.
Rome, May it4.-Cardfnal Satolli re-
cently applied to the pope to confer a
title of nobility on Martin Maloney,
of Philadelplhit, Pa., because of his
large church offerings and his efforts
to further Oathollclsm, and the pon.
tiff he ieauod a brief creating Malo
Sa marquisa, .

After Sicknes

Tik VYtiho-Our Great
Strength Creator.;



We Wil, R~fl4 the Price of
Vil 1 ftf It Paris.

The wort part of siakness, frequent
ly, AI getting over It.
T patients' satr"Oth l depleted
hnis ayte1 Is generally demorialle
eltmages Mre oontinxly teard, a
The one thing. to mW recovery tist
giv the paten tht whol wla ablA
lUa to 1etstwro g, and at the same Utm
give streg-th direct to the 4lftrmw
organs ot *body.
Nothiqn will do this like VInoL
It aots "trly on tte atoemach, en
atea a healthy appetite, "ad enable
the digestie organs to obtain the nee
emary elements to luorease the wetgh
of the patient *nd to make new hno hth;
fesh and musle t-ssue and pure, roh
red blood,
The following i1 a letter s&owinl
where Vinol was taken and did goo
after a case of sickness. It reads a
"I wish to eortify to the Tery grea
benefit which has beeh derived froi
the mse of Vinol in my tamlly. M;
wife was very aeok with the grippe an
afterward was wholly run down. On
bottle of Vinol plaat" her on her t"
In better ooaditio than be whad beb
before l six months. I heartly re
ommend and endorse it,"--RuanB i I
6 VrmvAM t *I Huntingtoan St., Broc
ton, Muss.

Everytihnl that Is Int Vlol Is
plainly printed on the label ol
each paclma.
We know VInol s at1 pla41d
Spreparataon, and la many wsa
we bavre boo ble to oe or Pw .
lsyve the" wndetul relts Ita
brings abust.
Remember that w Itiluats







A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geooe. Ewing, a practicing physical
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over- thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For 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 commiened to use Foley's Kid-
ney Curb. After taking three bottles
I Was entirely relloved and oured. I
prescribe it now daily in my practice
and heartily recmtouend its use to .all
physicians for anuol troubles. I have
prescribed it in hundreds of oases with
correct success." Sold by W. 0. Wal-
iace'a drug store.
Strike at DenVrtJrow* Serleftm.
mver, Oolo., MAy 14.--'wo haO*
dred vookA, 609 welt'WV. $00 bntphsr
and. 180 bsW`rt Ww6,e k0l0t O O
StiIke t is morbnig bY$ thO pure Od
tCouncll, iatiy Jsll tie w Mt
in the city &to cloeds. TIItIM the
retail clerks -m-ISteeiMtkm l stea A6'
&"ry eagineew a WihoMl -a eeWMg to'
Vote on the queatio*n! l.atn I ths
strike. It it h tied th Aw
ments will tanagets ta A 6 r1 is
of all trade sad a.b tt I*nk0a. T"
eause of the- t bl As the rtew
of various td agrst to
Me1lt, cont.rao ,. wtu t1 .
Muer *url olet,
Nw Yor" L at
about << yeNi i. eO-- 4 Ybe
4dIe toaytre" Wthe easeto It ato*

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Judge Pardee To Decide Between Rail-
road and Conmielon.
Tallahaasee, r.La, a. Ny 14.-On May
26 there will be an argument In tbhe
TUritAd tSetos circuit court in Atlanta,
before .Ju'ge Pard west Florida Isf deeply interested.
It will Ike upKn tje question as to
whether the temporary Injunction re.
eetly travIt'-i by thrat court restraining
the Florirda ralthoad commission from
emford.ing a .cetit pafsen&gft rate on
the nlines of the Louisville oand Nash-
ville Railroad company) In Florida shall
be made permann-t and peremptory.
The Lonll vIlio and Nanhvilll is tho
only through li.o operating in the
200-mile st etch west. ftom the Chat-
ta.hoochee river to Ptenacola and on
to Flomatort. It ha;s i)ert iat('ntly rI-
futel to ,met' ite pz snqg.r rate of 4
cents jrr ;itlIv. clairying its earnings
in FloiJ&a do not jii.rtify tucIh reduc-
The. pr-c ert iproc" il"'ing Is to t'tit
the power of the railroad cortniisaslol
to enforce such ReI.uctiHn.

Mr. Turner Brewer and Mios Willle
Moyer. Happily United, .
.One of the most delightful social
functions transpiring in this city for
some time Iras the wedding of Mr.
Turner Breer of Wayeros,s Ga., and
Miss Willie Ellen Moyers of this city,
which happy event transpired at the-
hoine of the bride's parents,, Mr. and'
Mrs. George W. Moyers, West Main
street North, at 2 o'clock Thursday
afternoon, Rev. W. J. Carpenter of
Kavanaugh Methodist church officiat,
The function was what might be
termed a private one, only about
twenty-five guests, intimate friends
and relatives of the contracting parties,
being presen t. '
The bridal party entered the room
promptly at the appointed hour to the
tuie of Mendelssohn's wedding march,
played by Mrs. Trues Defiby. The
ceremony was most impressive, at the'
conclusion of which the couple received
the hearty congratulations of those
present. The rooms were beautifully
decorated in a manner appropriate to
the occasion.
Immediately after the ceremony re-
freshments were served which were
as bountiful as they were delicious.
In a few remarks Hon. Henry S.
Chubb, with that rich strain of elo-
quence for which he is noted, proposed
a toast for the happy pair, in which all
A unique feature of the occasion was
the fact that the bride was attired
In a traveling gown of Confederate
gray which Was presented to her by
her father, and which was woven by
the same mill in Charlottesville, Va.,
which made the uniforms for the Con-
federate army during the civil war.
This costume was all the more fitting
and novel, uinde the bride has been for
-so many years a loyal ember of the
Daughters of the Confederacy, a great-
er part of which time she has been re-
cording secretary of Kirby Smith
Chapter She is a lady of most ami-
able disposition, and is very popular
not only among the members of Kirby
Smith, but with everyone who has had
the honor of her acquaintance. She
will be greatly missed in society and
church work, but her friends will be
gratified to learn that she will con-
tinue to reside In Oainosville.
Mr. Brewer is the traveling repre-
sentative of the Kalola Company, Sa-
vannah, He is a native Georgian, but
has been visittng Gainesville for
the past twelve a'onths. He is a
young man of exepilonally fine char-
acter, and numbers:his friends only by
his acquaintanacei.
Mr. and Mrs. Brewer departed over
the Atlantic Coast Line for Jackson-
ville, Waycross and Savannali on a
short bridal trip. They expect, how-
ever, to spend the next three months
in Waycross, but will make Gaines-
ville their future home.
To the happy couple The Sun, with
other friends, extends hearty congratu-



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Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
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b wels, but regular action cannot be secured4ntil the liver
secrets enough bile to make the lnte-tiC iF W
exeCite their natural functions. U nn t
OUrAl agitation caused by cathartics, compels
continua and Increasing doses to
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N | Y ork Physician Discovers New
Method of Resuscitation.
l '.e -York, May 14.--A physician
O t.hIs oty claims to have made the
4uevery u.that a patient can be mas-
gMed ick to life. He announced this
i .ltho i.of resuscitation at a recent
.getAn' of the New York Academy of
T'h doctor has been experimenting
aloig .ttia line for a year or more on
a~g4 and in many cases haa been en-
tilpy ffuccesaful. In one case, a dog,
t# 1.heart of which had stopped beat-
ltg for about a quarter of an hour,
W&A revived by the treatment and liv-
ed for several hours afterward.
The method is to make a small in-
cislon between the ribs without cut.
ting the bone. The fingers are then
#ftrlU:Nt Into the opening behind the
:ieart, A few gentle pressures on the
heartt is all that is required, it is claim.
I4, to revive, the circulation. In con-
Junction with this process is an
&artficial respiration proliuced with a
pump. A tube Is attached to the
pump and inserted Into the patient's
throat as far as the windpipe.
Hearty Spirit of Co-Operation With In-
'tornatlonal Movement.
New Orleans, May 14-A number of
*ltters from the chef of police oflt-
altp of tlany foreign countries show-
_,l;a hearty spirit of co-operation with
International movement were read
President Sylvester at the opentig
the seeond day's session of the
nvention of police chiefs.
,)Clhlef Matthew KCleley, of St, Louls,
the report of the national bureau
criminal identiffcatlon. A letter
read from General Superintendent
W. Withoft, of the Bertillon sys-
of Dayton, 0., showing that hbe




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Ac d ne a"eS of K"dneys, .t li
Bladder, rnary Org e e I an
s acheH B eatoseaseuravei, C R
Dropay, emae Troubles. V ,

(Sucoessor toS4Iller& Aldermian]
Over Dutton & Co's Bank. Gainesville
Speo*til attention to Crown and rIdge we
PhoneLo 'a

Graduate Baltimore Collego lentall Surgery
Five years' experiebne in New York City.
UP~cd w~- d nAIlifli v i

Don't become discouraged. Three toa rw .r' w4I iiWa.. .. .E i......
cure for you. It necessary write Dr. enuer. AI. WORKax OGAIANT KI
He has spent a life tnme curing Just SUCti Oic1 IN EUDIJILUIOK., GOAInTNVIIIA.. I4IqA
cases as yours. All consultations ...
"Dr. Fonner's Kidney and Backache Curo R. j, H. PIERSON.
is the caus of ily being alive to-day. I had DI
uttered greatly of kidney disease for year DENTIST
and reduced In weight to 120 pounds. I now
weighM15 pou)ds(.o
Wh. I.McGOIN, Olive Furnaco. O." South Side Square, tailnesville, Fla
Druggistast 50o. Ask for Cook Book-Pres.
STVITU'DANCEener, Iredon.NY arnes Blok, .aros.s the hail nrom Smlth

]iM rlDealer in reas ..tatoe. Torougihlly OSted
with every section of land In Alm'.hltn county.
Iftyou hatve.' a reilrvIr.r nealthy movement of hL Oorrespondenee aollotted,
bowels e"vry day, you're I I or will hc. Keep yout ----. ..----...
bowl upon. nd be well. Force,in thie ianeot vI J. DoMPS EY,
lent phyvio or pill .4il0on. ta et. eaht st, moHti orfwtway of kioevti th. bowel H o
Cle.a r and ato la e to tojttikte FURNITURE RJIPA IlIIt I'
C.ANDY 6nd Made New.
WVe buy or sell Furniture. or or n contract
with you on the oommiMlonh bnlos, Patronage
solIcited aind atisiaotioo alwyt) s.


Pleant*, Pahite, Poaln.*Taste Good., D Good
Never Soken, Weakem or ripn10, 1"f, cn A en
per box. Write tro tree tplei. *.o Agent for DECORAT
KEEP yOU O.000O plEA . WAa



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aade considerable neaaway in the Uset ia norleusrinatUri
r of forming a national associa. djo IAtrg*s'l W5i0 ATTORNEYSAT-LAW
0,2m"I irrltatious or ulceralion.
f Bertillon superintendents. A s1 00avs4 of n Uo6ue membra edri
Ww8.5 MlO. inlo6, and ndt aetrin "Jaoksonville. Florida
was also read from M. Bertillon, 11NtAi nt 4 or polonse Flord
rt, Prance, expressing sympathy GNItIOHAt 1 4l1 !,o I S r 4-8-02 I l
the work of the association. Wil. l. by exptI, pln rs ppld, for__________
A. Plnkerton, who is traveling 0i4 or ottourle u CI AFE BELVEDERE,
tina, wrote that he was on his i WM, SCHELLER. Proprtetor.
o Manila with a view to Investi. W SCILLR. P ,or.
police conditions there. W .8. TO THE PUBLIC. 182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla.
r, of Chicago, was appointed Opposite Postonlico.
man of the committee on resolu. We, the undersigned, hereby agree
to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining place in city. Finos
paint who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors aid Cligars,
Cures When Doctors Fail. any paint standing upon any metal
Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La., surface as perfectly and for so long a THE WEST END,
s June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria tine as our FINE WINES. LIQUORS & CIGARS
in very bad form, was under GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT. JOHNQ NMRIIS.' roprtetor.,
ment by doctors, but as soon as I We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS-" i19481 W. Bay at.. Jacksonville.
ed taking their medicine the fever TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, as- .. ..
Sreturn. I used a sample b..ttle pialtunm or P-iy of the products of Faust beer,bottle and draught. Don't
rbine, found it helped me. Then petroleum, 1 i4 when applied to any fail to cail o5 me1when inJacksotlvlle
it two bottlds, which completely surface according to our directions to W11 L
me. I feel grateful to you for wear perfectly for a period of five W HEN IN JACKSONVIILE
shing such a splendid medicine, years, and we agree to furnish, free of -Visit thlo-
can honestly recommend it to charge, all paint necessary to repaint THE CRYSTAL SALOON AND ROOF
suffering from malaria, as it will any surface where it has proved de- GARDEN.
y cure them." Herbine, 50c bot- fective. Signed, The best Liquors In the city. Enter.-
Johnson Bros. The National Paint and Varnish Co., tainiment every alght at Roof Garden
Mangled by Freight Traln. Cleveland. Ohio, U. 8. A. Theatre.
lhoun, Ga., May 14.--C. C. HIall. We take pleasure in announcing that r!L B ABwALg .
ingsman who has been In the him- we have secured control for, AlachuT a
uslness la this county for some eounty for the sale of the Jelebrated TIN. .HEET METAL AND
was killed by the nortb.bound (pRAPHITE ELASTIC ( freight on the Western and At known as Uncle Sam paint.)
q'road about 1 mile north of TIl- paintham the h4gheet endorseixentatofr
S eaday afternoon. He bought tin, and Iron roofs and all e po ed SATISrAiotN OGUAIAMTIIED
and boarded the northbound metal '
r here aIt dettinltn being T. F.,,IOXAI f C* -.0.
. His body was afterward Gal illei Fl .. A P e id
F horribly OaMmgled. It t said . .. .. ..e. Fiorlid.
k-gineer and fireman on th I W 'A 7 '
did not see Kall.
-.,.11 ... ic ArW'. wloon U4d CWle
Prominent Mason Dead. kiillle. Floiodi a
Imbus, G.. May 14.-Colonel J. 3 n g
ibbley, a distinguished lawyer and iin -
I the most prominent awad wlde4
own Masons in Georgia, died Sun. KMerhan Lunch from 12 to 2p. m.
,morning about 8 o'clock at his" I l
Si".n Hamilton. Ga.. above Colum r
He was past grand master of |TI( p|ore WrtherHgr oeotg Irught
.1onc order of Georglta, and has ......
,.prominent In fraternal circles all '
Sife, Almost up to a tew days ~ Tisb Chops. (ota lw"unno
o bhs death he took an active to o*&srr Pol. Ti:iiird* owing
prominent interest in Masonic at.$ Compl toe tJfOf0 1 A*lle. 1,0 W. r ,s.
t' Dies". tre, Stoves, seater CHEAPER THAN A DOiTOR,
ftnerled DOrtvi Wek.ikr,
. May D g the T THAN MED INE
il *i1ee ver .te lrein .. i l :.
,Mary IKammI here today ,he drl- I ', : "
of the carriages atrue antd | LHfl .S ] ........Ll.
Sto wor b iusethe tbea re Wa
aen by a monunionn, ma The o- F first-ClGai Berrw l* 'd .
*itn undertaker Aed4 the to stk Qiek i chedlFd1 t o
,peee ut ua tIeealket clntlan- A I',
the remaint t*a be as taken o t IRMINGH1AM, NASHVILL ,

re an I aching a tred U een* I ; ST. VIUII, T.ls All Pnd A.ItV: W "
iver, boehl, a ind bidnemle b :p Westail.d a orb .
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fr 044k 1 4s ,as,9 the4 s.'y u i m
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No a and t a -.."CIhloa o and Iorldi t 6il4olut" I W1t1 v1t141 lito riiita >iewf ll Jki lowot n;,0
and ChOlunnati. Arrive tdallyv eoxcnt Montiaysy; lleves dilit y eoel Mo hli. t'hrogl(l' 4llhIn1
drtawiln roli ileepinit cars tot Chtolali i vatl lg Ioutr-: to Clevelitnd Via llsg liur;f O) IAj
vit Penu vlra ini .ne., Llbratry olmerva 144f oar to ,olk..stai s vra0alvillo..it-alr501 9)grl4.0i
to (chattanlOKtta, lNning lar .to C liinltli, Al so Tultwsy, Thumlttiy aul iAt.urtnly, .ttnro k"st
PlUimna 4iseep~lii 0 4o)r to 1Detroitt.
Nos. ill iad o t f --"1he i9r'rist Limited," Solri v 101tlj)lio traulin., llltuitn lrt wilngt oomn sleMp-
Ing oar, F-'lrtt-oIuA thlorouithfaro0 oaches a1nd d0ituW I ars 4aWo Jan o\nvlli' nI t At l)ik-A
Mlt., Tliruouth uiltian idr No j, NIN. 13a lietween Jaikollille and Knla .C Il ty No., i No.o
V 1)h li 7 4V 1I Lv, .On u.,...l), 1i ..1. .).. Ity Ar A 6W 4 904l p
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t No. It if1 I' ."r. th'el< t la t.ltlr." twlinimit < ilruwtnit rt>.m a t >iitno r e t wt, n
Jwiok t)li 11!cl a4 tt4 K4i( '1A4 4. l v. ih ihjt4a lI44 1il)4.
iinig cars. AIV l 4) y o (TIoket AAg'nti fIor f itiervationls.
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Now Yrk. Arrives tully oxo'ept Mr'icly: ; leikvs d Ittly etoep 5ungufal .
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tietween Jaeksuotvillo ttwel New \Yik. C'otioehs btOtween Ja0okwonville AtInd Wt1l0aslhingtoi. hlinir
oti's betwet'l 'Colihlmill l \VidtwAshluglon, )t> at lv.
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ttrB f GOoeneral Ixt8tzt Gath.
ered by Otir Rportrs.


'2'|bat :Has Happenedabd What is Going
;,ft:: Happen Told n Short Paragraphs
8o That: "*(HeW WI Runi May Read"
'i"'t in The Sut,.':
f' :Ina ^ utowithe Cshmana &Hill.
S:. Come to .'sk1e, tonight.
A. ^ Haper went .tO Oeala on bust-
I t s yesterday
):.isl Thigpen of Rocihelle Was shop-
P.ng In the city yesterday.
t oe samples of Kalola with full in-
t1.1 Uotions at all drug stores.
Thois. Boulware has returned from a
b brief visit to relatives in the East End.
Le"; oy N. Pearce, the merchant of
1-"; Ulaohua, was a business visitor to
V this city Wednesday night, returning
| yesterday.
':Dr. Sipprell of Micanopy was among
:those who paid the county capital a
Svisit Wednesday.
Dudley Todd of Jacksonville, repre-
senting the Campbell-Smith music
^ waeowas In the city yesterday.
Children holding coupons can go to
6he 'Deestrick Skulo" for 20 cents to-
Ight, COoupons at Miller & Avera's.
oiish^ed rooms' to rent; privilege
f tpa.nd"tuold baths, For Informa-
i apply tO Dick's arber Shop. tf
A sposlal carpenter has been engag-
Sfor the pat two days in construct.
stage, appliances for the Land of

B ,iIh A, Andruss of Fort White, a
I mr business. man of that place,
s!'mlong these who visited this city

ais 'Mary Manning of Mioanopy,
who oorduoats a prosperous mercantile
business at that place, was a visitor to
this olty ye teidaty.
1hN friuet14; of Rev. Thoe. P. Hay,
Wl :t be grAtfied to learn that he Is im-i
pfeving, after an illness covering a
period of about two weeks.
41pt .A. Papl,4peolal agent for the,
VAited 8ates land office, has returned
from an extended visit to Key West
Ad other points in South Florida.
Go to J. M. Mason's and get a copy
Healing and Belf Healing. Price, 500
cents per oopy. Every family should
have one. A.J. CON. tf
-Cadets, Jose Valdes and 0. Zlmenos,
who have been attending East Florida
Seminary, departed yesterday for their
homes in Key West and Havana, Cuba,
respectively, whero they will spend
the vacation.
Miss Claude i0hdley of Wacahoota
was shopping in the city yesterday.
fMiss Bradley has for the past few
year. been an efficient school, teacher
in Abbeville, Ga., and is now spending
a well-earned vacation at home.
T. J. Longman, the efficient pattern-
Smaker In the employ of the Atlantlo
Goast Line at High Springs, passed
through the city yesterday on route to
his old home at Palatka, where he will
spend a short tnile among friends.
Bids Wanted-For the rebuilding or
S repairing of the culvert over Sweet-
ws ^ Wter branch on Liborty at. For speo-
;- i tions, apply to W. B. Taylor, Chair-
m:, an $Sreet Committee, or A. J. Mc-
SArthur. Bids will be opened May 18th.
1 Capt. H. 0. Parker and son, Porter,
of LaCrosse were amuotrg the visitors
Sto this city yesterday. Capt. Parker
i is onto of the most suceessful mor-
ohantt in the county, conducting large
* o tores at. LaOrosse and lliguo. He at-
tondod the Southern Bantist Conven-

t 4,

Insure with Cushunan &Hill.
;Are you going to "skule' tonight?
,. L. hesser of LaCrosse was in the
.ity yesterday.
See Moyers for coupon contracts in the
Standard. toO.- 1
Mrs. Baines of Cyril was shopping
in the city yesterday.

Try that corned beef at Fagan's mar-
ket, Only 10e per pound, tf
Mrs. Phillp Miller has returned from
a visit to friends at Jacksonville.
Mrs. S. C. DePass of Archer was
registered at the Brown iHuse yester-
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ramsey of Wa-
cahoota were visitors to this city yes-
SW. M. Thomas, the merchant of
Wade, was a business visitor to Gainrs-
ville yesterday.
D. T., W. G, and J. W., aotrio of
Englishes from Tacoma, were traders
in this city yesterday.
Jas. J. Singleton of DeSoto county is
In the city on business connected with
the United States land office.
J. A. Cannon, the efficient book-
keeper for N. A. Callison at Dutton,
was among the visitors to this city
Mrs1Ed. Windisch and children of
Port Tampa are in the city, the guests
of the former's sister, Mrs. C. V.
Route Agent J. 1-. HHigsbee of the
Southern Express Company, with head-
quarters at Waldo, made this city an
official visit Wednesday.
The Kalola "band" is still playing
and hundreds are joining the proes-
sion. Sing and praise Kalola for indi-
gestlotj, kidney and liver troubles.
J. T. Collins of Rochelle, one of The
Sun's valued subscribers, was among
the visitors to this city yesterday. He
called and renewed his subscription to
Alachua's luminary,
See the giggling girl, the crying
girl, Mike, the boy who drinks water,
Miss Honeysuckle, Sissy and Buddy
and all the other "children" at the
"Deestriek Skule" tonight.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
slemant in effect. For sale by all
ruggists and medicine dealers.
Single young men will find the
ooslest furnished rooms at the
Brown ioue Annex, 71 cents per
week to t Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House office.
W. A. Jones of Bellamy was a visit-
or to this city yesterday. He is engag-
ed in the wood business at that place,
and complains that the woods are so
badly overflowed -the condition is
proving detrimental to his business.
Mrs. Richard Taylor, an estimable
lady of Tacoma, who has been in this
city visiting r< latives, the family of
Mrs. W. C. Wallace, has returned to
her home. She has many friends here
who are always glad to welcome her.
The Atlantic Coast Line offers a rate
of $12.15, Gainesville to New Orleans
and return, May 16th to 21st, inclusive,
with limit returning May 24. A final
limit to June 18th will be extended by
depositing ticket with agent at New
Orleans and paying the customary
special fee. d-lw
N. A. Oallison, the phosphate miner
at Dutton, was the victim of a very
painful acoldent at the mines Tuesday.
While walking about the place~ Mr.
Oalliaon stepped on a board continuing
a nail, the latter piercing his foot and
causing a very disagreeable and pain-
ful wound, from which he will likely
suffer for several days,.
Master Painter H. Hengoveld of the
Atlantic Ooast Line, with headquarters
in Savannah, was in the city for a few
hours yesterday. lie was en route for
SainFtrd. where he haim hbn ea>l-lL .on

Stone at Savanitah, and reports an en- oftlcial business. Mr. Hengeveld was
Joyable nmetting. for many years foreman of the paint.
SJ.M. Woodward, general agent, and shop at. High Springs, and is well
R. L. MoKinstry, soliciting agent of known throughout this section.
the Armour car Lines, departed yes- An Indian from the wilds of the
terday for Goala, where they will rep- West did not discover Kalola for it is
r; ent the Interestsof theirlines. Mr. lot ,he result of the investigations of
Wocdw'' a hasl beommaking htis htead- anAigoraent medicine man, but it -is
oowad habeen knhs adthe result of the most skilled chemit
quarters in this city for the past few of today A combination of several
week' but i future his office will be mineral waters each orystalised and
esabfalsbhed in Oeala. He is a very combined and each water having mea
ardverydiloinal value, which make.Kalola. A
6leve'r younit tman, Ruan the8shipper~s genuine specific fort the cure of 4indi-
w ll regret the transfer. geatiom, bladder and kidney troubles.
Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater, All drupply yo.
:ftln', after having ipent over $200X) Before eating
s ror stomach Before *seen1g,
U 4u wfto lwadvised by Beforke pa ing,
S of ,M..iA t+ Richard. to. Butforepreohrn g.
lot to- hi r Beto r jahing
t l n' Stomahnu Before s ying
t bl0ess He did so, and i' a Bet fe prying,
If troubled wltt tu- Before writtim,
S. the : m aou h,-Before -lg
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Insure v9'th Cusainan A Hill.
See the J'solarf in the "Deestrick
Skule" tosniht.
Small pIayments earn good dividends
in the Staidard. See Miloyers., to -14
Jacksornville, Atlanta and Savannah
have'all been drawn upon to furnish
costumes and material for the Land of

The Land of Nod is not an ordinary
little affair presented to the public as
a makeshift for getting money without
any reference to merit.
Prof. and Mrs. J. L. Hollingsworth
and daughter of Bartow came to
Gainesville Wednesday, having been
summoned on account of the sad death
of Mrs. Hollingsworth's mother, Mrs.
Hon. J. M. Corbett, formerly of this
city but now residing in Texas, is at
the Brown House. Mr. Corbett was
formerly associated with Superintend-
ent W. B. Denham of the Atlancti
Coast Line in the capacity of private
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., undtr
date of April 21, 1908, writes:
"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
derfulsalve liAs cured a sore on my
foot from which I have suffered great-
ly for five year. Twelve doctors have
been working on the foot during this
time, but failed to effect a cure. Your
salve did the work in a little while. I
took from the foot ten plee3s of bone,
after the glass had been extracted,
which caused the sore, and now I am
entirely cured and able to walk with-
out the aid of crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, and will always speak a
good word for your salve."
For sale at Wallace's City Drug
Store, Gainesville. Fla. daw1mo
Burglars are at Work.
When a burglar stoops so low as to
practice his avocation on a minister of
the gospel he is at his last end when it
comes to principle. Two branches of
the profession-the newspaper man
and the pastor--should be exempted
from the burglar's list of victims, and
a burglar who would invade the home
of either is no gentleman.
Rev. R. D. MoiLin, pastor of the col-
ored Methodist church at the corner of
West Seminary and North Garden
streets, has been the viet imof robbery.
Tuesday afternoon, while his children
were playing about the premises, a
burglar entered the house, opened a
trunk and took therefrom a union
savings bank containing about $10 in
small silver change. Pearson MILin
stated yesterday that he had no idea
who the thief could have been, but in
future, to make doubly sure that his
money is safe, he proposes to keep it
in something more secure than a union
savings bank.
The X-Rays.
Recent experiments, by practical
tests and examination with the aid of
the X-Rayse establleh as a fact that
catarrh of the setoeah is not a disease
of itself, but th at itresults from re-
peated attacks of Indigestion. "How
Van I Oure My Indigestion?" Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure il ouring thousands.
It will cure you of Indigestion and dys-
pepsia, and prevent. or cure catarrh of
the stomach. Kodol digesls what you
eat--makes the stopmaoh sweet. Sold
by Bodiford & MoOollum.
School Picnic Postponed.
Owing to the threatened inclement
weather, the picnio which was to have
been held at Burnett's Lake under the
auspices of the Galinesville Graded and
High school has been postponed. The
date will be announced later.
The faculty of the school regrets
the disappointment of the little folks
which will naturally result, but will
endeavor to make them feel glad "that
it didn't happen before" when the
times does arrive.
Children in Peril.
Some of ithe most anxious hours of a
mother's life are those when the little
ones hate the oroup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a safe and effective remedy
that never fail,. "My boy would have
died from membranteoul oroup if it- had
not been for Foley*'s Honey and Tar,"
writes C. W.Lyea of Winchester, Ind.
Sold by W C. W laee's drug store.

Many Strikaa Reaume Work.
New York, May .4-Peodiag the ar
2 bttratlon of twrt rev ancft moot of
ti ,00o atrtkew returned to work
on the subway t60ay., Twelvp .an
drd mebe e ow O *Ie akto of the
roczn&eU a4n4 'atMr resided to
obty the tatieIm 0 e theOr p'eai.
den* to return t, 1 L t i el+ ,raen
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City Tax Collector's Leniency Will
Reach Its Limit on the 26th Inst.
"I have been mighty lenient with
the good people of Gainesville in the
matter of extending time on their
taxes, and I want you to make notice
that this will positively be the last
warning," remarked City Tax Collect-
or Ellis Thursday morning.
Mr. Ellis desires to state that he will
turn over the delinquent list to The
Sun for publication on the 25th inst.,
and after the same leaves his hands
he is no longer responsible and will
refuse to accept any payment of taxes.
The taxpayers appreciate his leniency
and will no doubt enrich his receipts
before the list shall have been turned
in for publication.
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 Bitters and
determined to try that. After taking a
few doses I felt relieved, and soon
thereafter was entirely cured, and have
not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of
mine have been cared of Rheumatism

Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles
and General Debility." This is what B, Will Erect e. \
F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C., writes. T. W. Shands, aynit na.
Only 00c. at all druggists stores operator.0,Greek, t
WILL RECEIVE MYSTERIES. family of whop t es thisityhasn
-- apparently -boose iSd of paying
Quartette of Gainesville Citizens Will rents to a t1411 4, and hsO aecotding.
be Initiated as Shriners. ly decided to ept4. fine residence on
A quartette of Gainesville'i citizens Roper avenue, Egit gainesville.
comprising Dr. 3. F. McKinstry, Jr.', bThe material for this building is now
H. E. Taylor, W. W. Hampton and being delivered, and work will begin
Phillip Miller departed yesterday for in afew days. It is said Mr. Shands
Jacksonville for the purpose of being intends the erection of a house that
initiated into the mysteries of the will be an ornament to that section of
Mystio Shrine degree of Masonry. the city in which it will be located.
This illustrious quartette was ac- Disastrous Wrecks,
companied by Shriners W. R. Steckert Carelessness is responsible for many
and E. 0. Cobb, who stated that they a railway wreck and the same causes
were going along to see the thing are making human wrecks of sufferers
-"done up properly"-and also to take from Throat and Lung Troubles. But
oare of the candidates when the lodge since the advent of Dr. King's New
had fihed them. Disovery for Consumlption' Coughs
had flAished them. and Colds, even the worse eases can be
A Little Early Riser cured, and iopeless resignation is. no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of
Now and then at bedtime will cure Dorchester, Mass., is one of the many
constipation, biliousness and liver whose life was saved by Dr, Kings
troubles. DeWitt's Little Early New Discovery. Titd rand rem edy ig
Risers are the famous little pills that guaranteed for all T'hroat and Lng
cure by arousing the secretions, mov. diseases by all druggists. Price wc.
ing the bowels gently,/yet effectually, and $1.0A. Trial bottles free.
and giving such Lone and strength to The...
the glands of the stomach and liver The Poles Are Here.
that the cause of the trouble is re- The fltst consignment of poles for
moved entirely, and if their use is con- the new electric light plant have ar.
tinted for a few days, there will be no rived, and Manager Doig has afrce f
return of the complaint. Sold by tid Manager Doghas a force of
Bodiford & McOollum. menenngage&!d in distributing them
Throughout the city. It is expected
The Work is Progresag. that the work of setting the poles will
The work of numbering the houtes begin in a few days, when other work
apropos the securing of system of fre in the matter of constructing the plan
nail delivery has begun in earnest, will be prosecuted rapidlyant
and within the next thirty days it is it will require nearly a thouad
falewlated that every residence and poles todote work. and these will
btaiessm house will hate been properly now be delivered st regular intervals
dealxnated by number. This wilat.. e re st regularr intervals
designated by number.. This will at until the entire lot has arrived.
ford to Gaineeville a metropolitan air ---rr-i
and will greatly facilitate the trans- World Wide Repulation
action of buaines in every way. V White'. Cream Vermifuge 1as
Oo t tOl achieved a world wide reputation as
It's slhamefl when youth fail. to. woMW 01its 0aa
*Iow p roper q.eat for old age, but ntifty, slt neural the
Jot the 4 ty in the case tr. acidity o ar"s Qfth S to irt

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Spent by 20th Qentury Club at Home
of Mrs. Cannon.
The 20th Century COlpb met at the
residence of Mrs. E. E. Cannon Mon-
day afternoon last at 4 o'clock.
Notwithstanding the disagreeable
weather, quite a number of the mem-
berm were present. A part of the mu-
sic of the program was obliged to be
omitted, as one or two of the ladies
were not able to attend. The one vo-
cal solo was immensely appreciated.
Longfellow was the subject of study.
A biographical sketch of the poet and
the papers upon Evangeline and Hia-
watha were extremely fine.
After a most pleasant afternoon the
elubadjourned until May 25. Notice
of the place of meeting will be given
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven Jays the blood, muscles
and bones of a man of average size
lose two pounds of wornout tissue.
This waste cannot be replenished and
the health and strength kept up with-
out perfect digestion. When the
stomach and digestive organs fail to
erforru their functions, the strength
leis down, health gives way, and dis-
ease sets up. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
enables the stomach and digestive or-
gans to digest and assimilate all of the
wholesome food that may be eaten
into the kind of blood that rebuilds the
tissues and protects the health and
strength of the mind and body. Ko-
dol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles. It is an ideal
spring tonic. Sold by Bodiford & Mc-
ollurn. .

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