Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02125
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 05 29, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02125
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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...., IA.., MAY n, .. .. ENTS A WEEIC

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lights Come Together at
Bryan, Ala.
srnil ately After the Collision the
Wreekage Took Fire, Both Train*
.i| lng Burned-Worst Accident In
Sany Yerss.

irminghalM. Ala., May 28.--A dou-
ie4wa4der ektibound freight and a
gle header weetboumd freight on
S 8ou-thern railway collided at Bry-
IA 22 mile west of here at 2:30 a.
n ansd a a result brth trains were
mrned and at least fivo men killed.
Several other death are expected.
Insgineer Chester, of the double-
0der, is missing, and it is regarded
ierttan that he was burned up in
'a wreck. Engineer Acton, of the
Intgle header, to fatally hurt, and his
4mlV. ie expected, at any moment.
;iree firemen, whose names have
at yet ,been learned, are missing, and
We nUpposed to have been cremated
t te wreckage. Brakeman J. D. 11111
a'.1bdly hurt and are also several
Wb.r trainmen.
limnaedlately after the collision the
Freik took fire and' 'burned rapidly.
rOne report ,says that seven, deaths
,ti result from the wreck. The offl-
ala of the'road have not yet explain-
the cause of the acefdent, but It Is
Scored that an operator went to sleep
1d, uty and failed to deliver an order.
-e burning wreckage destroyed the
.ires and cut off nimu'niiloatlon.
fIre In New York Bulldnitgo, Causes
SMa"'y Deaths.

X, York. MOy 8.-Four persons
i 0 'uffooated un"d tIwo other ad
y:y hurnIed that I la oIa-d^ "they
t41 e in a fire early today Iln the 5,
iyapartmext house at No. 306 West
ihun4red aed Thirty-ffth tbr:eet,
i fire ts said to have been of It-
Al'ry origin. The dead:
ra, Julia Wandllig."
4tree children of Mrs. WandlitHg-
ie., aged 6; Helen, aged 4, and
lt, aged ,.
.ose who are said 'to be fatally
are George Wandling and ViCl
ohnst. discovered the flr
I:ie to have seen the man "W1t 0

The sake l
itaoseave started it. He satgg

t eAUot C t0oV n
yed L the N I l ary f0''

J bfore it awh985 4w

Rumors that Ho H folded Art
*a, 0 g gi.-btlcel AMbv
Tifta'e satifioatire aga i
dof heart 4leeage thi rt
Ure f aa ti ha@ wtith a' i^

Widow -of Wiley Tanner Released At fO F
ter Coroner'sa lnquedtt, u F lM
aloesville, Ga., May L--LCoroni Uf u IIRGA HI u11 I
Doe"ay .auuruea I,st night iroul!
.ile diasCt, whve u he ni a LO 3 of Stte Ieet
be.ra .all day i iiahig an lnveCL1,at,ou ,1d L Odp a0, st eets
ini) tde deth.ux oi vi1ly tlannei, wua -
died ttur 8r susplciuri cuciiiti.xcesl ___.
-4' wiunesses we.e a orn before
t Ue crottr's jury aud the entire i uy* Rebekah Assembly, Ladies' Branch of
"waJt cnsui Od In trying to get at LlaoI
a.acts in te se. T. a l the Order, Is Also Holdlng Thilr An-
oeu oI the p)hsiclamNi who unaiyzed nual Meeting--Many Cities Pting
TJan;er's stoLnach yesterday, te.titled For Next Mooting.
that he lound no evidence t irch-nul meet-
U l it. Atlanta, May 2S.-ThO aninut 1oet-
UMrs. Taannr, wife of the young uia ing of the Grand L.odSO of roi' 1. 0.
Who cied, wats iratili swoUlt ani teLa ,i-, F. of Georgia, is la ,seah> toIlay,
tied to receivM-ng 10 cents' worth of and will continue until tomorrow ni.lght.
strycunine troni a Gatnesvvlle druggist, The Rebokah Asaemibly, thi ladiesa'
which sh sworU 6ie purcIhasd to kill bran.e of tilhe order, are also hul a dog and for whic~l purpose the poia- their annual meeting. h
on was uses. The Grand bncmpreot brannrh hold
She denied that she had cone ssed their se&iton yesterday, Theu lsCrand
to poisoning hier husband, though sev- .Eamplient '41nished th ir Imilneas
oral witnesses awote thaMt she bad stat- lal night. The follatw are t ha of
ed in answer to questions imtledimto- flcerq of that branch tfor LtAor yeTr:
ly after her husband's death that ashe C. S. Illiott, of l3ruangWik, grand pai
had done so. triarch; J.' Tyson. of Savannah,
No evidence was brought out that s'iad sertbe; A. L. KoitM, of Atlanta,
she and her husband had, ever quar- graad treasurer; J. LH. $a1, f Iome,
reled or had bitter dtsagreeenrits, but grod representative.
on the other, hand it was slhown .t.wa h'eW RebekIah Assenibly was called
they niAd lived apparently happily to to order this morning .by MiM. Fa.nny
gL the r. ook, of Atlantita poiiedeOtt.
After .hearing from all the witnesses
the coroinor'i jury rendered a verdict
to the effect that Tanner came to hisla
death in a nmatnnc.z unknown to thd
jury, and the recommended that his
boy. be exhumed and his stomach,
bladder and kidneys be taken by the
corner to the state chemist and aa n-.
lyzed by him.
Mrs. Tianier, who hbe been kA,:pt u,
der guard sincee the former li;LqI
was released tiro custody $y b oo0 H
onor. : R.
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i 4*i!4O d atb l 425* alala s.2 .,1 for ClevelsE, thuer -* r 44
~~~ ~~seven formIiwi~'4
Bl^rlMaii~j^ an sister iitty *tet'S
t|hi^ WI N^:|>tSUVt<. edpH? thi year hecussOf *'i~
^0 th* utaste s1i.- .t year the eaeaImqN
4tt o nto e ra, u *e *Ia* 5 Mid id t m. n a *. s

stita'e de 0 1, Ma* $?4** 1 0. asembled 4 Y ar W erloo w

tat ceses 'o bubomfe pague sa hn ere today to b14 farewell
digppere4 at the ChUIunest r th^^e who is Ns8
%e,?^a tes1^s y f fa
l'ttit~ s c.*ruj^~i^'L fhmq "'ip"Ei~5 lt f

I s a wMo ai ;|to* I
^^ by

Hefferrnmn's Ante Mortem Statement M N LST
Iplicates Le^an Club Mn, COLEV
Now York, My .-Whn t be- MANY LIVES LOST
camie known that John Hetfftln-uan w1 h -wb. -
was shot on the lawn of the ArdtsleY British and Norwegian Ships
I clab near Irvingtoii, last Sunday eilght. h
had mad*) a stattment before he diN, In C( slla .
mamnig a prominenit nwei,'ber of the, 0
club hts th1u man who hIld shot bin, the ONE l-HIP GOES TO IOTTOM.
greato't doubt was expressed by the ..--.
pyoplo of Tarrytown and vicinity. Steamers Huddeisfield and Uto In a
it could th t he posalblo. they all Fearful Wreck and From Fifteen to
a B&d, that a man of. such Socl.i6 l pa 6 11 I.l-
tion 4 the one n FLtd wa 'the layer, Twenty Lives Are Rep:ttcd c
aJd It was tacitly iateeld a lonaig the Crew Was Saved.
club members andi, the owners of vil-
las around Ardshly-o-.theHmludson. to Antwerp, Mavy 28.--The Brlrtisn
guard his name with great seerecy. stea.tner Huddieraleldt. a.llTng from
ulat the fact was brought out last this lport yes.tterday for Orhim-ity, Efng-
nig.ht befro (CNrorucr -tiaeonll at the land, collihltd with the Norwoglau
inque5st that suclh a statementt was teame r Uto. The Ilu.dcrhfleld lt
nmado by H-'lffoman beforee ho died. reported to havO fotlndered.
and the coroner adjourned thie inquest 13rom 15 to 20 of the Hudderafield's
until T'huri'day, whon he will resumo pnaougersa are said to have lost their
the hearing of testimony onil the prom- lives. Tho crow w01, H4avod.. It is
Sacs of the Ardsley club, lI view of the i-wllevd thea' wore crtshe d itn the col.
cone of the murdlor, Ilou.
Dr. Denl~on,. of Airdsley. who was The bows of the U'to were damaged,
the flrst )1hi>sclan cllxedl to attend he
wunetdeu oaIchmau, aild on Ihe wit- Ant(wetr>, May 2.--l.a'tor reports of
*. jss rtand: ~he collhllon of the two stwauminrs have
, "There is one other thing lHoffortuaa it that two Anistrlan and two Italian
* amid to me before ho bocame unxcon- omigrants perished when 1e4 H0udwa*
selnos, and I feel It. my duty to tell it fold uanik.;
. hore. lie said that lo reoomgnlizol
his assailant as a proninllenvt lenilber eLondon, May 2.,-A tlegram froil
of the clubb" Gri tr y ays lthat the lHudderAditold cwi
Dr. Den!soln had toll of hlit asking riod 29 cmlgrant. and five ottho stlar.
the wounded mant how hli was shot age passngeots. Twenty of thle emt-
and of sending him to Dobbs l' hospital, at.u ho added tlho. stttowIltt were linken ashore In boats with the
Jnst given as f with relti-tance. Coro. oreW of the HIuddei alhld
n it1;nll- did acut a.sk him ttu ouvUal.
the name. OUTBREAK AT I80 MINES,
Meanwhile, thie colony around Ards-
ly It greatly excited. Thei polio Marching Strlkers Are Fired Up by
who hove been working on the arlIdeOr OGuards-One Killed.
1 imyetery believo that 1i the mantil nmted Thiurimond, W,. Va., M ay 8,-Tihe
0b oLorman did ti ho 1 i ootln he WIS e first ul',rlous ol.utbrealtf silnc ile late
Wittake in hin s mati-t.hat he reallyy trlike has occurred at the Big Mines
1 a1 to kMit tome mone 1 1j und .0e, on Laurel creek, not far from hero.
',a Hrtortn t a mly In the tark with For overall days tho strllcit oat that
0on ,the cluh terraI. tc, ol poblit *lhve tt n mtttl ig an effort to
.. ...... la.._ I live aspectt, Indue tl e si'ant hlon,l, a me to Join thelr
S e v rala. Thet4 i ersl hogan nl!Wif Ty~r
a mi'llma ". Sland, by whom lief. init holy tlwartl the n'ilnet. he
tit pliye Oi aehman, Is guard' on duIty, halt a de(ertn InI til".
A; b ^ *her, at MiAht of the nmarch irug body,
SCI ilitn ootal4 not have been: openOd fire. The t*lkE0nr quickly ro.
f} Wh irhid t1he cc 1,tio turned the flire<, but s they were yet
a : n&4BL' 4'aOtold ntot be s M. t.O ng ran,. th hIII tIat, was not
t[ 4 0S 1IOy Ar even cornreot., ffCectiv, net nly I o person, Mnarhal
oW. ". n" ow l, wai killed l i tho bat'
05) 4 the 'MtI aa te4 by Hoffer. tie. Several resolved minor litriles,
M tW. it : the Od thbt gdtthred town was slot through thlra atmniatel,
41 .1111c".j thte bullet bing from a Winchester,
Z aOa thaD i) lived but a short ime,.
.o W1orN* thti 100< shots wre flieod be
4 tta% *I. t t '"*9t fore oth strikers retreated.
*lI'. OA

w .... .... Arletormte and Demoorats Turned 'u
,MA.M1 .,..n Masse# iAttend Raos.
"l ":(.I- ,'lOftWOIdn, tMfy 8, the crowed tat
Il !s: rS" :' t "ads to tb oMpeom this mn-M,
l M aiia t :lbore loquut testimony of the 4
I o top ,pe4 ton of the t.doonoers to the tradli
i; $o^ westntWat of Derby Day.by * # tough "i h "Te w ther,'.. teresence of mrWe ,
be. s of the royalramily and thte t
St.ter ftional rebaolr'ter af the ftlet or
4 Wa .# w .ilt #0. '0 | the great w eo 1l1 con.tribltted to lt
''hU 46 IhIa cut' so*' th iN like a record atten-

S '^ fistob t 0 ,t11 and deamoretto leIf :
fr.2 tW1u Stg~.te r I rms, were w rly .on the move. By
': 'telt 8:110 o'eloek lla the, m0n-ota neti r*
10140414fSO 19 IIg str1m of vebtle t of every d4
3 .41,4 WW lt tcrpltin w v Itt full tMood l S roadways4s. otore, brke, bahsom aind
S 14044h9 vtI1ge of oth tearriaess Intermoatge4 with the?
-g.leg te ri$ at the ser estva&tde, wht-b e.mptt*d Whlt. -:
; Opel, of bit of Ate donkey popt*IVa
tAo0t M00 a 'o tee cattuoifty d iver-
:.tlwly rSpIvwmI. eodi .lpant by gT' *

o*': Wrili. .t h. loPO 6tb ri lfto we *'b
I r eO c t leke0 Mt, 0 set ot-t i sw" #a4f ya
S3Adnke2 sad .loer of -onirtauht.
&Ia*If' &o)S ** a* c, l wSit J t o0u. ut
thitr0 epl we 0toowd -1 h by. mwf
0 ^t 4ti14p4"*Sod" tbroM h osH the u*arAJni by

gatMes (AOI) eoflmreign -) for $Jvyru.

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fl iinlt2 h, a sched tuledi,
.ladinlisaione. a strgl
4$p;r'': OIMI uw i,4a, ',L! %nsde li
Sonat':'ted by t.. r~c4nt legislature
t . aited State; epMr Qgii y c!ehiined
t^ |ecA4 t,-alifeti am chaitmal ol.
Stat. coxt, and his colleague
4 pMor 1 IVePiqse, was chu'an P-8
ll*e convention was remarkable fo
; unixtni4t Wijth which it dip&'edJ
Aifts butlin a0nd the lack utof co
tift for the'fiur places on the state
"t ^i ,W il'liam Sider was nominal
for auditor general; William L
lthiies, of' Delaware county, for state
$ipwurer, and judges, Thomas A. Mor'
rigon, of McLean county, and John J
ZIder~on, of Orawford .county, for
0 crior court. Judge Morrison sam,.
AtloderOun aTe at present memhnbe o0
tie muperlor court by appointment of
t; p governor and their nomination it
SCW' the full term of ton years.
S ,The convtntlon was held much emari.
rt than urtal on "off" yeatis on account
t f the desire of lSenator Quay aud
a 0ther party leaders to be away during
the summer. Mr. Quay was not he:.
during the convention, and hiM inter
eats wore in charge of Sentator Peuroat
Saitd other lieutenants who have bteer
oe the ground since Monday. Heoiry
3 N Walton, or Philadelphla, speaker of
the house of representatives, was per
m:ament chairman of the convention
a sd Congressman Henry H. Binglhar
pf Phlladelphi&a was thalrinan of the
r6olutlo40s committee.
1 A Little earIy Riser
X*ow and then at bedtime will cure
constipation, biliousness and lively
troubles. DeWitt's Little Early
Riers are the famous little pills that
cure by arousing the secretions, mov-
In the bowels gently, yet effectually,
at d giving suoh tone and strength to
the glands of the stomach and live
thet the cause of the trouble is re-
moved entirely, and if their use is con-
tinued for a few days, there will be nc
return of the complaint. Sold by
Bodiford & McCollum. g

Skles Rained Fish.
Whiitnon-Salem, N. C., May 28.-
That portion of this country lying 6
miles west of this city was vialted by
one of the most remarkable and de.
structlvo hall storms within the mem-
ory of the olde4.t Inlhbitants. Lit is
doubtful if 'tha storin was ever equal.
led In this or any other saccton for
ltzo of the hallmstorlne and In the phe-
noirt'na that small fish, porch variety,
fell with tho hall and some were in-
cas ed in the stolvs,. luckoets full of
hlailltonos were lbroughtlt Into the city
til3 morning anul sBome of them, after
lying In the wun that followed In the af-
tifioon andall night, measured 6 1-2
nlChes In circumference and weighed 8
OUnoes each.
World Wide Reputation. *
White's Cream Vermifuge has
achieved ia world widow reputation as
being the best of all worm destroyers,
and for its tonic influeiice on weak and
unthrifty child rmn, is it neutralizes the
aoldity or souniess of the stomaohl, in-
proves their digestion, and assimlia-
lion of food, streiingthens their nervous
system and rostoros them. to the
health, vigor and olastioity of spirits
natural to childhood. 250 at Johnson
Vrop.pcl Uc' .I After Speech.

Prsnl"! I., P ta"'!lf'' y, after delivering
heated add rc 5 in the city campaign,'
dropiti'l deiod -,lt na hoe was leavinga
the ldlatforn. T'h exerl!on and ex-
citement ('r'eat' i hs ileath. iliidter i
of iwoplh |ll i l 'I Atter thi nkin0 g the audi'nlce for Its at-
tention het turned anl fell :to the
groiunl. Tho ni'rting WaS lmnmedlaft.
ly adjourned, lulg'e lon lfay was one
of the oldhlt and ni(ot respected eitl-
ftea of Penaacola. He wti 66 yeras
old and was born here, au was his lath..
er* .
Children in Peril.
Some of tho list anxious hours of a
mother's lifv are those when the little
ones have the croup. Foloy's Honuey
and Tar is a safe and c'tietive remedy
that never fails, "My boy would have
died from minhrinmeouis roui if it had
notbeeon for Fuley's Ihiney T(id Tar,"
writes C. W' Lynch of W\Vinihester, lnd.
Sold by WV. C( "allao 's drug st.re,.
Not the Sname.
Teas-all-e siid lookiold hiandsome in
that gown. didn't hlie?
.Jes ,Not exactly. Hoe saIKd that gown
looele haandlotue on you.--Exchiang,

I cott's Emulsr is d
liver 'oil made i oalm :t':W.
,pal atable as milk. 'It is easy
atd soothing, to the weak
stomach; it checks the ten-
dencies of children toward
S Scott's Enmulsion gives
. strength to weak mothers be,
cause it creates healthy flesh
and new blood.
Nursing mothers will find
a special value in Scott's
Emulsion because if insures
a flow of rich, nourishing
milk for the baby." More and
better than a medicine;
Scott's Emulsion is a fodd.
We'll send you a sample free upon request.
* SCOTT & DOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
C *n. ...Mi f rim iii --".- *i *- - ^ -- --

It EUded the Irillllant Career of the
Park Police Horme.
The fall from greatness of a pollee
horse that lid take the blue ribbon at
the national horse show Is told by
Sewell Ford in "Horses Nine" as fol-
lo ws:
For a whole year Skipper was the
pride. of- tlhe force. he wn,; ahown to
visitors tit the staiblepk he1 was patted
on the nose. by thle ? niyor. The chief,
who was a bigger man than the may-
or, came up especially to look at him.
In the park Skipper did his tricks ev-
ery day for ladles in fine dress, who
exclaimed, "How perfectly wonderful!"
as well as for pretty nursemafdts who
gig.red and smid, "Now, did you ever
see the likes o' that. Nortli?"
And then came the spavin. Ah, but
that was the leginuling of the endl
Were you ever spavined? If so, you
know #ill about It. If you haven't been.
thilre'pj no use trying to tell you. [theu-
niiil.n? Well, that miy be bad, but
a sioivin Is worse.
For three weeks Reddy rubbed the
l11uip on the hlock with stuff from a
brown bottle and lild It from the tIn-
~.pw.i clor. 'Thien one Ilcl el Miorning the
luiimp wais discovered. That dny Skip-
Ip'r iliil not go out on post. lIeddy came
Into tie stall. put lls iirmi around his
neck iiiad sild "Gootdby!" In a voice
that Skl)per had nicvr( hoard him use
before'. Somethitngli lild imdlle It thick
n1ild husky. Very sadly Skipper saw
himn addle one of the newcomers and
go out for duty.

Cur(iirig and tHurting, '
(ilrillg, the ?gaine that was for a
long lime furtvroely Indiulged In here by;
a few lraw laddies, has becn placed on,
a lubstIntlii footing, with numerous'
woll orgaiuized teams anid well eohtest-a :1
ed toutntaments. Handball has been
wrested from the, moiiopoly of a fewt
pro'fesslouals and today a lia.gdba'fI
tourt Is io aopl)ulitr feature of every wei',
equipped athletic celub.. Discus throw -'
ing, that the rObeiatn youtit celled in
at the Olytnplat' fgaest hia recently
become a Tegvuilrlit Aehedua d feature'
oft all big ttttletic meetljnsti. More ro.
eqitly the royal and ,watteetix ia of
golf ha$s been trausptihted fiwin .the
hllls of Sco land : .. '; ';.
But uhqring i ftr 6..Urto ent tbhan
any of thea The 'S:oihman, proud
of the an'i4quit ,of ots to t
time stained "dqcments rully gN'e
served a Editbnrgh thevsing that as
early as 'l$ the game was dtatracting
the 0itteit6 n o f the ScottiMiyouth to
More .oii1U things. md t6 tiA
:lurllingia e ntiiued throng I 't
co lltul th i" la r gamoe of th ItI
pcple.-^i, oo= kn Eigile,,-:

",We .:ha.ve :.a :re i -ln:.7inthe' b

Jos if "the strattmw r
111,4w Otto, tw,,ior
men were stt in amanbtish biohta4 *
city so that when the kinhg of.l ai#lig
is hoat@ wtre drawn t t VatG tli
-tight1a' alltt -attack 'a W ade 's'1
of lariael. .i :
$ot eas diaa trous4 was the fate o
ieonidat a and hi braMt little band W
horwes when the P.eralain at Te
'mopyl.e, ld by a tpatto, took them to
lit OpIia, 4 .led i,. a'
It was by a' masterly aneuTver. nIeS
ly 3L00 years later that. ltaatail) dit
one of hla h'eaviot blows asina.t th
hosta of 'home. Hai'lng wuocfttt l.d ti
brother- Magoi wth *ith 4it*'1hOWP
foot soldier, among the reed. heb
1 tled thie Roman force across the Vr
T rebla,. Thee legions fought braua
nandl wld their oWt until iao, tislat
f roMn amnbue attacked them Il the
rear antd routed thi, em ; ;."

It Is the opinion of1 the irote5I baoh-
Selor that the oia)!l .o.ne of conti.
tion wa a srt..-. ..t.t.. .g h
. .. .:-- ...',. *

irtdb I ".,I an 0 i i idno
40 ,ii vey def W lo verar an*,
toii toi ti ede some: new, bymriiboo1t
toti, tthe church and asked his precen-
tor to give out the nbtice inmemati
After the sexmo,:. The ,eentot, ha;
gi a; notice of bltil o wn ve out that
member. 'of the': to bbye their children baptized were
to send the ir namxnee into the vestry.
The old minister, thinking that it was
the: notice about te hymnbooks, stood
up and satd, ;!AnW I wish t6o ay, for
the beheflt of thode' who have not any,
that1 theyiiay. be had in the vestry any
afternoon, between the hours of 8 and
4-o04lnary little ones at a shilling
each, and special little ones, with red
backs, at one and three."

fEfort and. Its. Meet.
It pays to think. It Is like putting
money out at inteist. Dollars make"
dollars, and thoughts make other
thoughts/ We are so accustomed to
having this old world reward us for
things we do In dollars that we forget
there is such a reward as brains-men-
tal growth. Happy the one who sees
all these things in their proper light,
who recognizes In every failure a les-
son learned, in every effort a reward,
be it only a little speck of mental
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some-
one has died from an attack of colic or
cholera morbus, often before medicine
could be procured or a physician sum-
moned. A reliable remedy for these
diseases should be kept at hand. The
risk is too great for any one to take.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly
saved the lives of more people and re-
lieved more pain and suffering than
any other medicine in use. It can al-
ways be depended upon. For sale by
all druggists and medicine companies.


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4 14 p 4 42 a ...... ................. n ity........ ........... ....... 11 19 P1 3;7
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Ar navannah..... ...... 1 10 p 1 a ....
Ar Fairfa ......... ......... 09 p 44a.......
Ar I)enmark ............ .71 220s p.......
Ar Columbia.......... 530p 86A
Ar Camden................. 740p 664 a 4,.
ArH R tlt.................... ..9 p 805 a ...
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Seaboard Express; drawing room Pullman sleepers between.
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Be te Jacksonville.
id Mail, day coaches, mail,, baggage and expreisoars be-
1 am1 Wasbliti, and drawing room Pullmanmie1ipers be-
ta at Starkie fo LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wain6ee and
tB aind at Artner with Early Bird branch.
57, b ollan sleeper between New Orleans and Jackaouvllle.'
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IA n of Bot House and Sen-.
W.t reVoid of Interest.
|di |ate,. Wednesday morning
lStookton introduced a bill to
Sl4ens8 for material men, me-
srt-lans and laborers, and to
t ethe manner in which such liens
acquired, and to provide n
or the enforcement of such
,he object is to remove the re-
40ions as to the serving of notice
iakinLg the contractor responsible
l time during the progress of
~'I A delegation came from Jack-
wlie to request the presentation
passagege of this bill.
Ili pissed during the morning
includedd the following:
91se bill by Mr. Mason to fix the
ties of certain .administrative offi-
yvote 14 to 9.
Cause bill by Mr. Sprague, to pro-
f'or taking the census of ineor-
Ited towns and cities in the State.
:ouse bill by Mr. Willard, to pay
andant's witnesses in criminal
rouse bill by Mr. Clopton, to amend
law in relation to the intermar-
Sof white and colored persons.
he. Senate committoo ol finance
taxation has divided, this session,
general revenue bill, making a
Irate bill of licenses and other
as. This license and tax bill was
uen up for consideration by sections
zpornlng. Efforts were made to
i:d section 8 of the billjrelating to
distribution of taxes in wet and
counties, but they failed.
08st of the morning session of the
ate was devoted to the considera-
tof-the committee bill providing
the assessment of liedfnse and
The bill was completed sool
it4, o'clock this afternoon. The
'kof the committee was approved,.
i' the exception of a few minor
andments. The remnitioder of the
irnoon session was devoted to the
I[deration of the committee gen-
I revenue bill.
House Proceedings.
tr. Trammell of Polk made a de-
tnaed flght for a reconsideration of
vote .ywhioh his bill proposing a
u otional amendment failed a few
nb1I 0o prescribe the limitations of
Ol:of judgments hereafter obtained
6twis of law, and to proseribo the
|j|tl now existing, introduced by Mr
lair.Aibrans of Lake, was consid-
4y' the House this morning. The
mrits the life of a judgment to
, an-d that judgnwnts whl,'i"
*'Jaeidfor the past ten years slahal
!i1 and of no effet after the eZx
Sip of two years after the passage
l.: "Jewell offered an amend"
proposition on the grooind ,
not tooustititoadl0 a4d .mik
4 barda~bp. The am^*d*tad
an0 arrld b$a vot.e 4

lh.:lh tlok the
Mim nbject

w as a rvaod l ~-

rown'l bill to aiind the
jg to the' kllbag of wt ;i
I railroad traios, *a ps.!,
Ikoff O to i* 1. '. ^ .i ::^11'L 1r!:
Bo nt'. bill to a'"l'tor! s
oiporaite themselves, wa

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$essble for iman
weeks of saterers
L ng Ttoublas. But.
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1Women may write about their ills to Mrs. Pinkham, and avoid the
quesfionihg of a male physician. They can tell their story without
reservation to her; she never breaks a confidence, and her advice is the f
in the world.

The questions asked ofa woman by a male physician are embarrassing,
and qften revolting to 'a sensitive nature. In consequence the whole truth is
not tod this makes i ficlt orfemale troubles to be successfully treated
even bythe best p and thereaso so mlany women grow worse
rather ti ette A ude ds a w 4m better than a man, -
there a i oS W $ve that a m1ian cannot understand,
sp la, an but the whole truth m e tld to Mrs. Plnkbamu,
and te vast expereae enables her to i!ve advice ch leads to a cure.

All women w ffr hodd se M Pinkadvice; It costs
nothing t ette dressed to ier t Lynn, Ms emale ttobls are real
trou be, :,treated .derstandlng"y. For quarter of e
Mrs. Pa. LydIa IS.Plakham's V~ktabIl Compou4 $ave boom
A well, *nd her geatfie of" ,et that
stre4 ~to leIthi ana by nad-

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first oll

Nstract of Title
To llan pi'e'e of land ln
(Al h l l'chu i county freit l.Ill'd
jII till ai pplieatloit.

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r. li^cts tas :''. TamavTuoxw 48-4
'Baa DAILpDAeb60itoeeevery morning ex-
| M '''r 4lMnd t; r.4 by lcarIher in the. oty,
*wii 10 'at6ilitr't oif united statess, peo-
,ll free, tor *,a ,,yer $,5o six mionhis: $1.25
i.rdOit;,or6 <'a tst5 for Ave weekl-
#1daIlu. notion s ii local column, 10 cents a
SO' i tOt fl l %ovi and 5 cents for each u4-
Ordlspl liiio iadverttslng made known

h ITwice'--Week Sun is a;n etilht-page,
o'" t"ooluiuA pPaver. published every Mon-
i'' y ...and Thursday, and contains all the
w;; b of the week. local. state and ieon-
al and will be mailed, Ipostage free, to any
,.part of the Unlted,States or Canada, for $1.00-
a ar--I advance. "
'. Iavertlsina bills become duo after irsta
apjenarance of-idvertlsement, unless otherwise
#01. ipulated In cntraot. Parties not kInown to
at will be re aired to pay for advertlttis In td-
S a.nb. Address, THE DAILY 8UN.
The Republican politicians are giv-
ing the proposition that the Itepubli-
.. an State Convention of Ohio, which
Sheets next month, shall endorse Mr.
(K RBoosevolt for the nomination Tor
i President in 1904 an importance which
does not seem to be justified by the
existing conditions. BSeiator Foraker
,of Ohio favors the proposition and
Senator Hanna opposes it, and it is not
entirely clear whether the purpose of
S Mr. Foraker is to help Mr. Roosevelt
or to put Mr< Hannia in an uncomfort-
able position for something of a po-
I toleal nature which Mr. Banana did
that was not entirely satisfactory to
-^, him, -$till there may be rea the position taken by Mr. Hanna
that do not appear on the surface.
He says that lie does not want
the State convention of his
party to endorse Mr. Roosevelt for
1904 because he is a candidate for re-
election to the Benato, and also be-
cause, being chairman of the R can National Convention, the fact of
his State being pledged more than a
year in advance of the meeting of the
oontveirtion light enibmHrrass him in
the discharge of his duties. Besides,
he sr.yK, thero may be other cahdi-
dates for the tnomionation before the
S meeting of I th national conveintihbn,
.. In speaking of other candidlates he
has no referotice io himself. tie says
positively that hlie isn't a candidate
now, and will 1(not be, for the nohnina-
There is no doubt that Mr. Roosevelt
is the choice of a gr'at majority of the
Ohio lRepublicluni, but hlie might not
be a year lhiene. M r. Roosevelt, might
become unpopuliar in his party before
the time caine for making the nonTi1
nation. In that event Ohio Eepul.-
S licans would occupy a rather embit&t
rasslng poslitioi.
Sliihere is of course ground for siea-
plelon that Mr. Ilniva la not friendtly
;(1 ~ to Mr. ItoosevIlt, though he :Sssy ho
.: expects that Mr. Itoosevelt 'ii be
|^i nominated. It is known, however
||: ; that the trusts are not friendly to Mr.,
S Roosevelt. and it is believed that so en
fc" oof the most prominent of the ReptubiliK-
!. can leaders would like to see some
otht'r main iominteud. Mr. Platt bad,
~ Mr. Itoosevellt niniminated Vice Presi-
dent to prevent him from being noui-
ntted for aiotlwher term as GovernhOr of
New York, hoping that his ptiublio oa-
reer would end with the close (of his
S.term in that olthie'. It is not improb-
able that thero 1i a movement, Iun,
known to the ipubtlic as yet, to prevent

Mr. tRoosevolt't nomination, and that
S the proposition to have the Republi-
anl of Ohio endorse hiln is intended
to defeat it.1 If such is the casb there
Is a probability of a very interestiug
-- fight hi the Republican State Conven-
Sion of Ohio.-Savalnnah News,
This country iiivoented the pillor,
soeeoing and dining ears, the pressed.
steel freight ear, many of the best"
features of the modern locomotive, the
alrbrake, the automatic coupler. aud
^,a host of related devices, and it runs
the fastest Iong-distanvee train.

In 'Newt York, Ino one dare sell
S natches unless they have a lttinsel
'. ,The must inot .mor ianl l,tt0I inu
a bo and the retat dealer must have
.hi, 0atme anld aid44ro on eaoh box.
00'.2 1Ptt Olpt to z (ak an
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Tihe Mormonop have .eon requested
to leave Germrany, andif the' oot
are wise, they will sprint for the fron-
ter before anything else happens to'
thlwi, "
The largest. bottle ever blown has.
just been made at the Illinois glIap
Works at, Alton. It is a. wiho bottle,
seven feet high, and.wai made for a
wine exhibit.
It may be true that hir Thotnasa Lp-
ton's real motive in the yachting con-
tests is to advertise his tea, but no-
body can say that he is not very liberal
with his dough.
How long do you suppose it will take
a tplegrarn to encircle the globe when
the Pacifitc able is complete? Just 40
seconds. What, will this now swift
world be in 100 years?

The cattle king of the western plains
is passing away forever. A few years
ago there were nearly 100 millionaire
exclusive cattlemen in the southwest.
Now there are but thirty.
"What do people do on Sunday that
make them so cross on Monday?" asks
the Atchison Globe. In. many eases it
may be the result of being awakened
from a restful nap by the singing of
the doxology,

Food eaten without, appetite always
causes gastric disturbance, because
unless the secretory glands of the
stomach are stimulated by a desire for
food no digestive juices are extruded
into the stomach.

A locomotive requires 275,087 foot-
pounds of energy to lift it one foot,
According to a new system of tests de-
vised by Dr. Sargent of Harvard Uni-
versity. a student developed enough
strength in thirty minutes to lift a lo-
coinotive clear off the track.

One factory in Ohio turns out a hun-
dred million finished matches each
twenty-four hours. Fifty million feet
of lumber is used annually in the
United States in the manufacture of
matches, an industry, which gives em-
ployment to some fifteen thousand

The bureau of soils of the agricul-
tural department now has a force of,
over 100 persons, s venty-.fve of. whom,
hliad a scientific training. Its object. is
to show the bonditilo.ns and: resouroi~
of the soils of the- o04 tr. and to gt i
the people preoise andaoe ourate knowl-
dge rewarding the posibilitis o eac
kind of 4ol

State of Ohio, 'City of T6ledor,
Luoas Coiuty.
Frank J, Oheney maes oath that he
la senior partner of 0e Arm of '. 3.
Cheney & io., doig bbieine1 nI the
City of Toledo, u0t040 n4 Y-ite afore-:
said and thatmaid Brm wfll PAY 0
Hundred Dollars tor each and evere
'cse oAf O' aldrh thatb, c h be tie id
bi. th* .te H& -:& I WI n x- i t. r1.

otl* a

Sw~o- t before .beri
,in 1ny fPtlo ,e this,
4emby, A. 188, .:
.t~r '". W," :. Ati.-t t..ot aii!

*Halsbl ate trr Or' istalkel til
allty and aot direh irt n the blood
IoUons a1f4t6.s ot OiVAe #vs5
*for te a sti fa, t, .-

Fl atA4t. 0I ",m

First Grand Master Lee ets at ft*t

tier i. W. Ine, of the ,irotiherhwo" ot
ralway Trai mei, t &zi set a' t a 'l
rumors about the *aanage m o .of I
Mobile and Oibt railrpd reftmtlal to
reluetatie the en who wefre o. strife,

iatroi knabe .ih
a reply to the messe be t
General .Manamr OC eClarke, te lXi
"We hatT ao purposes other tha
kindly ,ntentioei.s baseoit le t
f*ar dealing and LscliMlon togith't
Jttce *will'b 4 toe *t icog1
a* stlpulet4 131 outr '*ft4tIU
SNot-a Sick 'ba SinV'
"I was takert toSk wfth 'O y
trouble, I tried al sortt of sit ed4i..
none of which:, relief ~ -i
saw an ad. sityoitsa'i*irMI*
determined to try that..
few doses I felt relig

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P,, t;u| 2S.-.--The pr'q-ph- 'p%0"' th48owhe l
edy of ilen Jeffersnl negres in te-1 tChN d
thel cDonty ill and thought to be Ii- Oly Di TEETHING l ASY
sane-, that PiZe Bluff will be destroy- orA2i6. "i Mest to 0. i. MUp0 T M. D., 0S. LOuiS MO, .
ed by a tronmdo wext F rday, has caused tdvisedbyoul Ia haritieto use
wh an b of negroes aAd whery infi ea eneIatoe. e o6 t ilae m
poerSns who are Inelhiled to: be bsu- t a n t.01b" wt u- n s liSl4 strouleAier oever, and(
PerGtitionS 'that maly paw mill in the b6setpl in ro ommdnli tt n th see
:u. mOt Thdit, country and exo'aly-er shop y ,au; uI. AR.. iTW iLr. Y.l a za eit Tlll ai i, meu-]iesno,1 .)i
pf y Rind la.,ihe town have had - --
to 6e because there is no help. WHIT S .C AM
Mlt persons from the country U VGu e' g1 r
have .come lato town and withdrawn > I
their bank accounts until after Fri. O St Besti nqilr
day, and most if those from the ity
who have gamle put their household, -0Years asLedallWormae llo n
goods and. whatever personal property wi they had Into wagons or on the trains'a b JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.
and taken them away to prevent their -ale by Johnson Bros. inesville
destruction. For Sale by Jobnson Bros.. (ainesvile

A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physican-
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure "For years
I had been gremtlybothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
rostate gland. I used everything
ikawn to the profession without relief,
until I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
ney Cure.' After taking three bottles
I was entirely relieved and cured. I
prescribe it now daily in my practice
and heartily recommend its use to all
physicians for such troubles. I have
prescribed it in hundreds of cases with
perfect success." Sold by W. C. Wal-
lace's drug store.
Masked Men Hold Up Trolley Car.
Portland, Ore., May 28,--An electriat
ear on the Oregon City line was held
up by three masked men last night. I.
Boyntoa ) Asistanft uperinteuidet of
the cotbpany, was robbed ot a gold'
watch and $20. The robrbe. secured
$90 in ca h fonm. the p mungem.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by children while teething.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pains, cures wind olic, and
is the-best remedy fordiarrhoea. Twen-
ty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists throughout the world.
Makes Death Bed Confesilon.
Seattle, Whah,, Itfay '.r-HeW life
nearlng.a close by. dseaae, .tq mn "'Dye,
aUa Jottkt $'hilips, today eda4lttead hi
identity; natn. w* e.scaed tr'efroat
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0,- ign nal :Suit Was Brought by W, J.
raike to Secure $60,000 Damages
for Alleged Cruelty to Son Whom it
IsClaitmed Died From Whipping,
:^ In ithe case of W. J. Brake vs. N. .
'Gallison, damage tfor death of 61rake'!
so10n from an alleged whipping whiql*O
received while a convict at Mt. ill-
son's camp, which has occupied the at-
etntion of the United States court. in
:Jacksonville for the past five days, 'the
jury brought in a verdict for the plain-
Stiff in the sum of $,000.
The plaintiff sped fordamages in the
Ssum of $50,000. It is understood that
the defendatAt will, through his attor-
neys, take the case to the court of ap-
Mr. Callison and a large number of
witnesses and others interested in the
I oae, arrived in the city last night
0 from Jacksonville.
Fred W. King of Macon Selected
President for Ensuing Year.
A largely attended and interesting
meeting of the Eleve Association of
East Florida Seminary, being the an-
nual meeting, was held in this city at
the office of Dr. J. Harrison Hodges,
The reports of the various gommit-
tees were made, which showed the as-
soeiation to be in excellent condition
financially and otherwise, after which
the following officers were elected for
the ensuing term:
President, Fred W. King of Macon,
Ga.; vice-president, Christopher
Matheson of Gainesville; secretary
and treasurer, Geo. M. Lyich of
Gainesville ; executive committee, H.
F tDutton, Jr., B. K. Thrower, Jr., W,
B. Taylor and '. F: Thomas, Gaines-
vitte, J. L. Doggett, Jacksonville, T, '.
%.i)Ilell, Tampa, and H, Fred Smith,
P er.
*1The0 assoolation dtisetised at length
matters pertaining to'thegoe4 of the
association, after whloh an adjotaut-
iment was made.
North Gainesvila$p0loe ty,
"' The home of Mr. adsd. ::,s;r *
., *Schafer was he saene of a~$ atiay
Wednesday night, the "o da|lo b f
a birthday party given.in honor of t
lite',e eweman, siaiter of r 4.
Slater, who -has just enter
sgLixtenth year in this brlgbt andi

S6 There were presjnl a 4 3
#o ng folks4, and A l
:: ^ :!: :'.. ,F:' 2, jN:: = ::: M .,, ':'.B )

hsage at *o edule of
SFlorda $4 pay. Tmhe
Sttr on the
,hlI i prcipad r
agge beating tbi E *1'8 leave
ind. ofate7 of

ah, Iuettid 0f 6!i4 arrives Mikclk7

re. *r. e ***tra k s-
QlAtlutit cohPM e* t stp Wwf
ted by n1*iatntloo of the
lsa. .Te shel of Oi, prl,* t ow
has several eomparttoents toto
aib air of wate i may ii.admtt to
tlhe occupant to slai'f ofr fO t as
'tsCeeion' by *ie animaL AL 'It ein.
rms In si*s It im tse to w
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I as' eitjam-- t' w ae *peo.
...le wI th* 1ev. -I snwyne "d!- totr
Wat did he ever enre nybSody oft?
fw l*V'iggjamam-fIe s enrd BmBsy a
person of a ,appoIdly hopeless ca o
t enM,'a..i4lltnmere Aaerla- -

'.WU you have a little lobst. 1
B, J lo h n, l s t o a s ':.i <

S.Wu' tlr Sbeed r Tain am*
'4 ,I* e Kittei. :
A writer of amoa writes in an inter.
jbout two Inches long, prettily colored
1 a light "nd dark shade of brown.
I hey can rtun up a window pane quite
as easily at can the fies on which they
"When alarmed, the tizards are oft
like a flash of light and will take the
most reckless leaps. I have seen them
laud safe at the end of a twenty foot
umpi. Yet when cornered they have
io hesIltation in snapping off the most '
of their tails.
"that was a maddening puzzle to my
'small cat. The sight of a mo'o any-
where Wts an inmtuedillate challenge to
tile kitten. She would Itediately
start on the hunt, for the most part a
fruitless chase, for the little lstard
could skulk off faster than two cats
could pursue. Yet when the kitten did
succeed In landing on the izard there
followed a scene of bewilderment.
The io'o Invariably snapped off Its
tall, which was left wriggling In one
part of the verandn, while the lizard
ran off a short distance and awaited do-
"The kitten never knew whether to
catch the lizard or tile tail. it the mo'o
moved. tie kitten went for It. but she
always stopped short to keep on eye on
the wriggles of the tall. As soon as
she turned back to take care of the
tall tlhni o'o got in motion and bad to
be looked after, Ilundreds of time i
have watched the dilemma, and the
ending was always the same-the lis-
Ird got away and the kitten ihad to be
ei nttnt witl the bony tall. But there
were lots of lizards about my house
sprouting new tails." Youth's Com-
Instinct of Animals.
An Ellglish periodical says: The In-
stinct whereby wild creatures detect
those of tie human species whp a
likely to be hostile to them and thoee
who may be regarded as harnmle 18a i
of so subtle a quality that It alnotI
appears to partake of the nat Of'e
metaphysics. In the neatintg season
plovers will actually buffet the ,angler
who to fin too close totheir broo
but by the date of the shooting season
they would not allow bia to get Wi.-
In ,two fields Of tohem. tThe wo4 pl
eoo0 seems to know exact B range
of tlho modern fowling;pl a& WW
ias0 bolfty pant at4 a 1 lpo
yards and Ip war M I caete4a
7035 a lno,0t, her *4 *4

am wlith It wt'Z 4T Oi t b o
Al h .^ i^. :! ^ "0

Sby agitati
bowel4, Utt re-ul& (Wtlon cannot be secured until 1thb liver
secretes caotih l)ie to make the Intestines
execut. their natural functions. trUnnat-i
Rural agitation caused by cathartics, compels
continual-and Increasing doses to
atta- the results.

acts o
liver; ures (
and Fever, and every fo
S Malarial, Blilous, Remitting and
hitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat
trouble, works permanent cure.

For Salt !y Jtolmson Bros., Gainlesville

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WANTKD-. 1M1t to learn IIrbetr tr'tde. Ye. ?ie*0
Saved. yTboroiwbliy ? tC(.mhlt(isod tWWI.k" lirau 14h1s. t,'hbi gt '.:,
li)tils, San Frunolso. Ounmhat. lid'luht o tst
to distlatti upll)i)lits. luir1 Noiiisin vow
IPIs lm' Nvol, nostllon.t '*tvttl. tIA1'W. owinulaNew

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ENDEL fMatheslek Piais,

le, Florida

Men we want to Talk '"o.
)I b'/-ev thaC I/'f erf,/ ian in ( ain ew/l was a clfothing etpert-
if ev, ery mn in ('aim/l', ktiw' tthe .positive facts in (he cai--thaft
every,; man in GaiO O'vil//e nwtiutild eomie troight to ws far all his clthi/nq.
Each 'It'S(A1 w e v i/f publish t a it" mitii ow -thiA swidycee. Mhis
wt,,'" aroumnet i, dirfteel,


Why are the best-dressed ment
in Gainesville our-patrons?
Why do experts on dress inva-
riably buy from us?7
Tl ih aAwoer Is obvioun-they
know what they want in cloth-
ing a11id thoir-diaorimnination
tolls them we have it.

W7 t4uroe io o0/ that if theM
to on .0 po to all Ae orifi.
!,"er;"" in...aine-
voule, En4 644n14 or colleotivelp,,
44' to w :o 4$1# 0bet olh 6 ro(Ath g
Sthe infah4i*neoue wm on w(thei
b ear .V"W. Alt:drou :, of


lost piano for this tryln H outiote, stand
tuMie ltonfr than otheru, oolitruoted of
best .ttthorlal. tand a o at artLto
workitmUtwill> obtainnible,
Up to date In every
dotatl and Un-

Sold by us continuously for
without a single failure. If you
want a pisno for a lifetime's
servied buy the
Mathuah@e k:T
Prices as low aM I eoonsdltenbt with qitil..
OMsh or on onay terms. Se1ni ot 15t 7ays'
trial. We pay froitht. Write
for prices T'rODAY.

Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,

fg i 0s, B 4lti, ato ,.tc,. 8

Bought in Qer Ioto, Sold tinuany !

4Iet One of Oar (iatalogv.. ,

Baird Hardware Co



b Ttlet- et*'s,

two tir I tot
la tU T An. t' 'dm el
they tiw-V-KcaW iS 0t ''i
a a..1mes i eswe I '2
'A donKt" *i r i it* s ae h l a i
of Mr*. *t.' iih t tn h ite go: t 'le
tynd it a hir 'Sl o* ,ntote
'"O i t l'm tIi' ue flltffi
msa tht^ Niri Chiase Trt ,- ."-

**tea't woa wS ini< Wtyw IM

~dgV~P~e t.Louf*

WAX I. ..

Highokt larkt PricOs Paid.

4W. d01 8 *" ,Ju m.an at : :. ::
3 M .:AV a I i
VA v fV s*- ,"OimO4OIA .
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r '' MAX KRAUS3,

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yOne Cent a Woe
Ipatlion .. .
5n5 th AdverUseont tegil 'nt M .more a.
t.l. hebead aserte fo One Cnt a 1 o
In advaaoe. each Inoer top. :
Please answer advertiRseaslte r ead
In te o avertIsemelt. **, .',':.
SThe oonUdenoe of nil permoPu WI*rU'
Sltees agned with initlsnl Wll be res.. ol
lThelrinOea w lt not be glven to Intrlr.
n Ath IX^YO wftiitlntiai.ohl... .t..o..
n thw o O want It sewing mOohhabelt. sOla
buy untlyOu have waet me. I Ot.i a ,a
hi1. money. II keep ou n hiud tbe b6StA l p H
rmof I eedlo atthobtuents tual xtuNMro
rm of ot ltf m15a. Okl msaihineso twk
Inter- I Ohana.e. Seoond-lt" rnmaohlna itI 'out
* ( Price. O&pioe,0 r 1oort ddre A. W. T0.
of the tent '1he Siuter MNt Co., P. 0
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p B More Afion and Secox.
Sun::: I see that a Mr. "Moe
0 takel,me to task about myy
lismlics eqn'eerning the profits of
nIesville sajloonc. Why ld not
/ r.' e sign his name? Is he ui.
r the people, to know that hae
feeling thle saloon? In answer I
0y that I got i.y information
Scitizen ~of Gai e ville who has
highly honored i~ the county for
yayhar o aniid egot his informa-
tdirectly roinm a loonn ian, who
1old him ithatheflriat year ie ran a
rh oi.M4e .,0'00 clear, and that one
ytar i.oio, a .nd ,'l think it was last
Yea4r, i made $12,000. Another sa-
lonMa told the same party that he
was doing the best business in town,
qh.vqbirlTuded thst if one made $12,000,
4,d. other was doing a better basi-
ii thftan any one else, that it was not
.W1 ieonable to make an average of
4ut,10,000 for the four. My state-
p ie|%is made on the best of authority.
he mathematics of Mr. "More
Aink are somewhat mystifying. The
l1eviie t' srl'os of thei county pay a li-
o .e of $11,000. One-half of thii
amount, $5,600Q, is a total loss to the
'; oeOunty, as it goes into the State treas-
pury. At least $1,7 0 of the balance is
S*aild to Gainesville and High Springs.
This leaves $8,750 for the county. But
as Newberry, Wade, and possibly Bell,
Sre 0ot properly Incorporated, there is
ft atttll further loss of 1,000, which is
I iobt paid at all, Newberry hasino city
'goiornnmett. Wade is not legally inh
ptorioted,, and so I think it probable
thaot he$250 which is paid to an in-
' reported town Is not paid at all.
JTr1L leaves the county only $2,750, oil
it1a Is *left. Forthis aum the poo-de
'ha^io paid out $10,000 at the least dal-
oullatlon, There are fow business men
who .would pay $10,000 for $2,750,; Yet
my unknown critic sooeems to want the
people to do that very thing. The
Ir"drinker pays for the :licensea"t the
least, and he also helps to pay the
enormous criminal costs entailed by
th* saloons. Poor taxpayer, for he
gets it going and coming. I refer our
Ifr. "MoreAunon" to the figures front
444milton county, which shows a say v
hig,l in two years, of more than $5,00)
i0 the0 expenses of the courts under
itrohibition. I hope that facts amount
Ito pmething in this discussion.
An'd now conles another unknown
writer, with the ear-marks of the court
r olo,but who lie is I am as unable
to laiy as if "I had novOr hoard of the
State of Florida, and he mitkes an ar-
Sgunitent in favor of saloons by throeaut
^ 'toling us with blind tigers which will
i devour us heart, soul and body, and
then lick his uhops iti coniselous nridoe
of his great trimnpli. Now Mr..
"8tnesx," please turn loose the blind
tigtr, before you let one out which hias
two good eyes.' I think my boy can
more easily get away front the formetl
than frbmn the latter. The argument
Sof "Sorx". attoutits to this: Be*,
cause the liquor omen will sellillegallfy
wo had better give' t.hiu' tie proteo.*
ttotuof law. It is an l admision that.
Sthl t liquor business is a lawless ItotituL'
Stion. liecause it: i bad it m buit be
protcted. l'oor reason on wlde' tow
build a strong civilization. 'rle ri rl :.
m .ont of "einox" if carried to its 1Ig,
ilcoal conclusion, would lioonse murder,
Gambling, rape and theft. These crimes
are oommltted in violation of law?,
S'-enc the best thing to do is to giveo
;them t he legal right to ex 1st. Does
'that sort of reasoning appeal to the
:ih:.?itlood of this mnty? 110l further
a\"'rguos thwu it would 'he costly to piu-
,ish 'the tiger nuin, even umro so than
Sto pay for punislhimng .aloonI crimnilsl .
S"That this hitwls'snit'ss imust *'o utpun

r litetd beauisei it costs stAonmthiig. It
(je4temns that uh a 1111 opinion hi'as pro.
Sinled it certain sections too long. It
I.tit'ae that the honest auid law-abid-
log oltit0n hadl siotme attentioli paid to
ibl rights, The taxpayer has stoml
rights as well as the s wItrroolm.
I ia; m in favor of the man who re-
sppots the law, and if iany privileges
,o to be handed around he is entitled
0to them; and the mtan who will de-
liberately violate the law is not noi-
ittled to "ay sort of protection. If so
1, aImtmih liquor is sold th rough the blind
tigers, why do the saloon men oppes
16AOl option? Is it because the satlooi
tl'aM sue holy reveronoe.for law! Why
o4o not the wholesale dealers' send
i$ey to th, tomperauce people to
J,1 te county dr so' th9ey 'ca sell
( liquors? As tI the lst selitence
96xaZi, 4 'in whie hie sweeps' the
14Wl of alt obbotruoton. wrlt o .-
wr4 QT k.r and to ha b anketa,


Four Persons Injured.
New Yorki, May 28.-Flour men were ,
badly injured, one perhaps fatally, in
4 ptampedC that followed "the explo"v
Aso= of a fture in a Fulton astect, Drook*
ly-;T. car iast night.
The, men hurt were near the door
dT the car, end were thrown from the
platform by the .rush of the crowd and
tra.fapled upon.
The cur was crow(ad, there being
15 or 20 women among the passengers.
When the fuse blew out wlth a loud
report, all the lights went out. TheO
car caught fire immr(tflte'y.
Tlme n m -on standing up made a rush
for the door. The women acted with
remarkable coolness, and some of them
weznt to the succor of the itijured men.
Th% fire was extingulahed by the
mnotuorman and conductor.
TT TRIAL POSTPOED. A stranger in a strange place should remember to ask
Doley is R ult of N arrival of the for the Cremo. You can tell it by the band.
Loul nville, Ky., May 8 .,--4A special
to ThoPost from acson, y., says: The Largest Selling Brand of
Ths hPIearing of the cases of Curt.is
Jett '"ad Tom ViWhitce, under indictment Cigars in the World.
on the charge of mu.trdering Lawyer
D, Marcum. haa been been postponed The Sand ithe $moker's Protection.
until tomorrow. Thi trial may be
poatjponed until the next term, which
begins neryt week. The delay is the
rocult of the aonrrliaval of witnesses.
The town is i et.

'-' '* 1 A SMART LASS, THIS.

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North Gainesville Girl Rewarded for
Her Fidelity to Studies.
The subject of this sketch is liitlfe
Miss Aleca Schafer,one of the pupils
of the fifth 'grade of the Gainosville
Graded and High School, who was
made glad last Friday night at the Au-
ditorium by thq receipt of a handsome
gold medal, whibh eame. as a reward
for her regular, ttendaioe at school,
as well as lher fidelity to studies. The
presentation w~a made byol.W. W.
lampton in a'q nerat' and appropri-
ate ihmarke!s ''. .
NIotwtihiB|ing titt, "'this bright
sholarreslde4 ini North Gainesville,
n arlyamie arU4 a half from the
hool ng, durig e 'pst three
tem ot iSghIt month eah, ra in or
nteI ised one day in
att@ t suh been one time
;a, d. w nt and
4 1h' b trudged
i.a blind,
phool, in
*lced great

Is 0 She is
e dispo-
rad( She
see4~ adelrs In

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. others.



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-Why do not some of the< b .*ion. .
mouse writers defend the" w;iyes xtid
children, "the mnol h,,r' and fati'ers,1
who are the greatest iTlete rt ihfom
the drink habit? Why PI ptpefia';a
word in defense of otlr i'hool~ ,ur
churches, and our morale? Why, in
the name of the great God', tAre" they
so anxious to defend the bairom,; nd.
never a word for the most esatred Ilace
on earth, the h6me i
Explosion of Fuse Caused Stampedea



i"d ao ermen ls

aew .tlee p combination to ,i: rates
SAn11 S 6re iUTsunPe fl mpaies

Wi1.e $honiitll1 States goverPeit is *n-

uid.1 neoa Alg 1 ablm .'
*lany ,eroons were Iille4 a:nd inu
aur. 'by tornadoes whoi ,w0pt tpot
8; of Nebra k. and Iow4 yesterday.
iotieitentan Javler, on!ndt4lng a
r6 of cotistabulary, defeated, 260o
inatlcs on the iSlanid of Oebu, killlag



S 4.All ,dl1 of idey,
C!AeQHet! ,I ase.Oravell l f
SpayFtttid Troubles. CU

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Don't become discouraged. There lina a
Cre fotr o011. It neVessim'y write Dr.Ft. e ne.
ie1 h8as Sepont a lifeo tite curing Juls tlet
nases as yours. All cousulMtai4.ona isr. ,
"For yoars. I had backache. severe palnS )
acils kidneys lind acaldliit urine; I could


[Saooauso toSeilgler& Alderman]
i Over 0It4tonad &r o'l iank. Galnesv
I SpeIOal tteatlitoL tO C aoWn and ridge w(
PI '. lih+ W :. *. **-*.. ....

Gra4uute BaltImore Cotller Dei ntI Surtit
Five years' eix rt enio in New York City
Crown, Bridst work lnd Flllln l Speoialtle
A"* WOlK (AUANT lrln.
Or1on Im f1lusL IlOaGKK. t.Al.vu.1h. 1

flK J. K. cR~i'1IJION

;" . ; not got out of bed without help, The useof DNTIST
ITWO engineers and fliAman were lr. Feaneir'" Kidney and Backiacho Curo r O-
i'kfil In, two wrecks, one oil e South- stored ,me. G. WAGONER, .K nobville. Pa.". South Side Square. (,niesville,
KDrdggists, 506., aM Ask for Cook Wxc)k-,FGre
ir- arnd one -on th Obheipeake and r ure crcur i -
01;l. 1/ I/UO U1in-llltT USAN enner. FretdoniaN.Y ]larnes lock. anroAs the hn'i from Smli
.Beause of thie R4auilt and murder d.... .....i.
at Miss Kaisor, I idilana, hundreds of B
| egroes have been ordered to leave the W. PATTON,
State. F T 01 CIVIL i.iN dN 1R AND SUI1VEYOR
S Thom as r y, wanted, in Texas for "AIN MWaIt i aiv F i.It.i DA.
bigamy, will go to the Georgia Insane De! al in t4 o 4)ate. 'Ptwrouthly pos
ylum, the_ Carroll county lunaey BOW eLV WA very goeoe soan iulo ltuloni.our
proceeding being upheld. lvoo haven't & regular. ltltliiy n ov-oiit o fr ,Of DXO
b o w tIa N e IrY d tn y y o u 'r e III o i l I. 1,11 L ..- K e e p y o u t .- ". ..-i ... .
b'' ..... i iTm,... Ii ').... wo'l, o(r '. Iif li i,, i t l t o tho J. D"'MIS"'Y
The supreme court of North Caro- lent i, nioo
lla is now considering the second ap- i t ii ciinig thoe bowo, FURNIT tT II'\ IItIED)
"peal of Jawm'e Wilcox. convicted of CANDY altd -Mida Now.
the murder of Nellie Oropsy. CATHAFTI IO LOOKINL SL S' Rit-.sii.VEItRD.
OoTrespondents who witnessedthe W buy or sell rit niturte, or ean eontr
Parie.Madrld automobile contest say with'yot on the poo1d11on hias s. Paitron
that the. fatalities were so numerous --s,.. ..
because spectators were allowed to ALFRE)D S, TAYLOR.
rowd on the course. P4ININ .N)
Curtis Jett and Tom White have PA PIR l HAN ;INL
been lodged in jail at Jackson, Ky. EATr1 t KY!?e CANDY AINESVILLE, FLORIDA,
Jett threatens to confess and Implicate Ple'nw. atJtl, Po n
xny proi'a4nent men in the Breaithitt Neve orickn, Weaken, or i 10to, 12.' wa ill4 1 c5 ontet t .
400t*ry murders. I ( county murders. I uluth. Address f. COrIPANY eu York LL PAT
Having received a telegram froin r Em E Vogt ..--- -- 5 t--. .
RoOsevelt, Senator Hanna announces 'KEEP YOUR. BlLUD EAN 0GO. U. WAIR B BTAMIIKtI.T. SIAYVL(
that he will no longer oppose the in- ..... .
adlrsementof the president by the Ohio N AND WOMEN. WALKER SHAYLO
Republican convention. 4 Unr Bli t ,or unnatural
President Diaz, of Mexico, In answer- rsu ii ats inr m, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
SIg the -request urging his candidacy es o faf '. no uitri e Flor4
for the presidency, said it Was the duty a KiEtVDAiICII 1M Co. gent or poIlnoiu n-
Of all citizens to serve the county if O' Ik NloI 54s53 bTr Dr*gists, 4-8-02
i 1. A, or sent In plain writr o,
called on, even at "a personal "acri- by express, prepld, Coar
sce." ;0oirlar menat cu A FE BELVEDERE,
The remains of General Mayla Rod--..... ... ... ........ WM. SOIaOtlilR. Proprietor.
riguez, the distinguished revolutionary TO1/ T TTU C 82W. Forsyth il4., Jnackonvillo, I
officer are lying In state In the hall of 1'0 I ,. IA JLI .* Opposite otoiiee,
the Ayuntanmilento at Havana. The We, the undersligned4 hereby agre .. ---
luneral, with military honors, will take to pay $1,000 to anyr ta... a tter Of Best dining place in oity. F
Ili&se today. paint who can show, by .i.t.ll.r1 -, WInes, Liqoor a4ud Cigars.
'A special from Seattle, Wa.h., says axy pflint standing : -----
that the mayor of Bremerton has tak-' urface.as perreotlya ni Qr so I* H W E3r END
eiA steps to comply fully with all rea *our
quirements of the gov rnment rega -, ArRIT E lIa WI 6EBS, 1I;(UOR ( & a O1A)
i j: thiIe closing of saloons and 'h50 e. .... JO1P MIt E MrepriQetQV.
advised the oonlmandant of the Br WVe .)ty 0akill
ftm: *rlp na vy, ar, p9I co41 t4 ba a b
S orty -eeven Albi"ti h 4hl ftt o u I
S v' e beeiT exiled to Aisi 1tinotr, p 4,peto +le&tu n' i an, 41P
e'.through Wo o r t enrfe99 400 90t ^V4l0%
4eventin onu behiilr a tralspwvt4 'we$aW ~ p7t ? Ql of d LV
for a Black seait port h qrL l he 1 e $eaT0 l x4 # 4 lS tiio i^9 h:, freo A* $7.1I
i: stioa hs tntole1 ttrtR 10 ( T harge, l) 1tfO to t A A AO A
,,:'e situation in old Sitrv1 is dol .any aa h GA)r .
1WX t Manilles to seek Awe Is-: in.,ied
via, Th 4 ija )* 4tt aid Varnih 114e ait kIot Q**
A. I&avnna diepaokh isys that tb
extension of the period .of, ,*"Weto e, tk Al-t
of the patent medicine tae i ,Iv.ng r.
expired the provtnclal izp ar
watchingg the ades of paten -,
ba have drawt- aU co. b .
stilhsed the 'at.~
I They say they aIe
-0, a Iticofcoigreag.

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room, impartmentt, oll)b. tui)tmniLIte., observatliion anl dining arN betwoett JaeBio V
NoW N 't\' r4 Arrivesit dtly ex cep. Mtay lia.v nyodily except Sllitundiys.
Nos. 3s tantd l-"Now York aind B'lorida ilxprcA." I tliulutwitlwn i room ltoialno .,
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Silk toxl. 4lliv. ?
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'ulliniun meeplingl r to ,t"l'Olt. .
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inag eiriN. l Irut-oltHa tliorougithfir arl oiachi0 ati dinhlli oI0rs 0Ietwen Jlaokonll mv nti 0 l l
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I J4.41.*.PB t... C ..ty. .l....ri ... .fltt y. _' ' '., I. I...
S- a l TIoktei Ag4nlt for itimwrvittlol.
. 101' a4 A6,,4 108 W. Wiay t., JackisonvllPllot. F F1 :
I M* .',* 1 '. *;)* ; ^'^ **^ '* ^ **i*, l? */ *i' '. ' ** ;: 115;

i'l 41, ph

Ias* Mappenednd What is Going
e Told ln $hot Paragraphs
That He, Who 'Runs May Read"
i .un....'l ip... *. 1 s u
1 twtit:'l(bi|hlan .l/l
s 4ugata Evnt of evinston is in
the guest iof d. ,rieds
,J. 8tlefeld as returned from a
t b pl6arit visit to Hawthorn,.
:tte^r see Moyere about thos' con-
eta' ri4ht away quick, lest yoe forget.
ils Edtdy Sparkman, a popular
tiig dy of Jacksonville, is in the
tythe -guest of Miss Gertrade Oush-

:v-. rP. J. Lynch has returned from
|l' tsl pSoints in West Florida, where
14i.6 has been on mission work for the
P;st few days.
Deputy.rSheriff A, G0. Lamb of High
Spfinos, one of the most competent of-
|efats in the county,, was among the
bl0itors to this city yesterday.
A steam merry-go-round has struck
the city broadside, and as a result
he lIttle folks are happy. Nickels will
be scarce in making change for the'
eXt few days.
I:Mrs. J.H. Alderman and Miss Mag-
l$ ; oslrison accompanied Dr, Alder-
Sait to Seabreeze..Wednesday. They
will probably remain at that popular
r'eort for several days,
o When you want a pleasant physic.
0O Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
rtblets. They are easy to take and
'I; l ea-ant in tiffoot. For sale by all
^'Aruggists and medicine dealers.
Fare to Jacksonville and return for
the grand excursion, Senboard Air
VLIne, will be only $1,50 on the 80thI
fast,, good returning Juno 2. For fur-
'ther particulars see Mr. Cobb. 4t
" Mrs. W. B. Higdon and children de-
parted Wednesdny for BartoW, where
they will visit relatives for a few
woeks. Friends wish them a pleasant
sojourn in the "high hills of South
, :lorida.",
Ca pt. William Budd and "Nobio Stro-
!bh ar have returned from a visit to St.
Pet'ersbmrg, where they have been for
',the past ten days. They report an ex4
erllent time, as the fishing is flno at
tot point just now.

'the6l ty on'busin.s:yrSd fJ'
8, FV. :Waits of Grove arir, o0e of
the leading citizens of that sectiini,
was among the business visitors to this
city yesterday. ,.
Jamea Holder of E\eloelle, the most progressive fpilchante of theft
section, was among the business visit-
ors to this city yesterday.
Rev. John Gray returned yesterday
from New Orleans, where he hasw been
for the past few days in attendance at
the exercises of the Confederate re-
Mr. and Mrs. Simonto n of Lake Si-
monton and Miss M. L. Simmons of
Maitland, who ls vialting Mrs, Simon-
ton, were among the visitors to this
city yesterday.
Jool Tucker and Miss ,1essie Den-
h'amhave arrived in the city, and will
be the guests of friends for a few days.
Their numerous friends will be glad to
welcome them.
The Seaboard. Air Line will run an
excursion to Jacksonville on May 80th,
and the rotnd trip rate from Gaines-
ville will be $1,50. Tickets good re-
turning to June 2, inclusive. 4t
Single young men will find the
coziest Turnished rooms at the
Brown 'House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House otlice.
B. R. Pound ,has ret,. rned from
Lakeland, where he bas been looking
after his property intefrests. He states
that Lakeland isii a boom, and that
sixteen brick stores are now going up
there, but they will not begin to com-
pare with tlje buildings of Gainese-
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Mott of Mican-
opy passed through the city yesterday.
They were en route to Madlon, where
Prof. Mott will conduct a normal
school for the next few weeks. lie is
one of the most competent instructors
in the State and will no doubt enjoy a
successful term.'
E. W. Johnson and daughter, MisB
Ada, attended the graduating exer-
cies of the commercial department of
East Florida Seminary., M. M. ,John-
son, a son of Mr, Johison, graduated
from this department with high hon-
ore in both the commercial and steno-
graphic departments,.
John Pend rel, the efficient traveling
passenger agent of the Clyde Line, Is
in the city from Jacksonville. Mrr,
Pondrel is regarded as one of themostt
competent and obliging passetiger
men in the State, and ommands a
excellent business, whioh his in p-
pr'olate$. He is here o i a4l. busi

comipaen' ,a, of tY'jiovzig ltr a 0
0ord.. u i a y^.I *, 'slv.site o %
thank# to t etdb^lhezs of th a
who pre'ente4 he' sit 4 ^Iug

ody.of sonville, irJs .'the clfll TO
She i5 a gut of Miss Eva THalle, U
Robert, etson of Nettleton, one of "
the most progressive 'young' s idents e n ad rumer Wil
of tbaft plce, was trading in, the, city. *
ye00 rday.10 bALpillP
Judge Horatio Davia returned yes A K HLL BENEFIT
terday from Jacksonville, where he FOR AN OAK ALL BENEFIT
'haa been engaged as one of the attor- p ..
neys for the defeidant in the case of Both Teams are Oomposed of Strong
Brake vs. Oallison. Players, and a Lively Contest is An-
Evans Haile, who is engaged in the ticipated-Drummers Are Confident
B3rakeCallison case at Jacksonville, of a BigVictory.
made a brief business trip home Today is the day when loversf the
Wednesday, returning to the metrop- great national game are en-
lia yesterday afternoon. joy themselves. The occas lbe
Remember the grad excursion over the game between the mer~~0 and
the Ssaboard Air Line to Jacksonville, drummers, and both are confident of
May 80 The round trip will be only victory.
$1.50, and tickets will be good until 1 will be remembered that a few
June 2,. Tickets good on any train. 4t days ago a contest was pulled off be-
Dr. J. H. Alderman, who. is attend- tween these two teams, which resulted
ing the annual meeting of the State in a victory for the merchants. The
Dental Association, requests The Sun drummers declare.that they did not
to state that.he expects to return to get a "fair shake," however, and are
the city today and will fill his regular determined to wipe the earth up with
office hours tomorrow, their opponenty today.
1. R. Colson, manager of the Ala- The game will be called at 3 o'clock,
chua County Abstract Company, has and inasmuch as it is to be for the
returned from a trip to various points benefitof the Oak Hall Baseball Asso-
to South Florida in the interests of his elation, it is hoped that a good crowd
firm. He.ls one of the most compe- will be in attendance. The admission
tent abstract men in the State. will be 25 and 15 cents.
After a brief visit to friends and rel- The Wastes of the Body.
atives in this city, Hon. Jas. E. Broomne Every seven days the blood, muscles
departed yesterday for his home in and bones of a man of average size
Quincy. At the banquet of the Eleve lose two pounds of wornout tissue.
Association Wednesday the Senator de- This waste cannot be replenished and
livered a most interesting oration on the health and strength kept up with-
Patriotism, which was well received, out perfect digestion. When the
Rev.. E. P. Crane, after a pleasant stomach and digestive organs fail to
sojourn covering a period of several perform theit functions, the strength
months in this State, expects to return lets down, health gives way, and dis-
to his home in New York today. He- ease sets up. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
has many friends in this section who enables the stomach and digestive or-
are always glad to see him, and regret gabnao digest and assimilate all of the
that. he does not decide to remain wholesome food that may be eaten
longer. into the kind of blood that rebuildathe
tissues and protects the health and
Rev. W. J. Carpenter departed yes- *tr igth C f the mind and body. Ko-
terday for High Springs and Jennings dol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and
Lake, where he will deliver temperance all Stomach troubles. It is an ideal
lectures. The people of Jennings. rigonio b
Lake will combine in a grand pjoi ..--
tomorrow, herk. a big time'. isi t IT G OF EXQAoDE'TS.
pected. Mr. Carpenter will, 4elivr y
lecture on this oeassion. : ~":union Will be Held at
The friends of Mrs. J. E. X dil oit' d # titnay H lL
North Gainesville will be p 1ar- of East lorS emi-
the l iformaiton th14 she i. sd aldW r-

went to 13aldaoreail*ek ow t
Hospital t0 eel'k hit a
&0 000%alseat d$4

for Waists '
Ne *o

Embroidered Fronts

Novelty, Linens
For Skirts and Jacket Suits
Warranted Fast Colors,
Linen Waist Patterns.

Nvelties in: Neckwear
Special Values in 5 and
S 10c Goods.




Full line of FINE CAS-
ROBES etc. All funer- .
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Hearse and carilages
furnished when desired.

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