Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 06 2, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02126
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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NX, NO.94 AINESVILLE


IQ00H STREETS

LAZING CAR DASHED

I Panio Ensued Among
the Passengers.
MADE FLYING LEAPS.

6Mile-an-Hour Clip Trolley Goes
tn Avenue Pursued by Two Fire
lnes .and a Hook and Ladder
ipany.
York, June 1.-A trolley with
tia yellow lla esa sheuuin:" from
.annd spoedi.i;; at a 20-nmile-an-
tirte, em ruaking flying leaps
6te rear pl )t.-orn, Iwoluen beri-a il
nto ihe w ildowS, to be let .off
f f1l're e.-;.gi A hooLk and lad--
a hat'lliohn ohicf ll wild liur-
,s the Et'fl ring spectacle furnish-
'orday on Third avt'nue.
ear was filled. JIu.t, below One
d and Fourtoenth ,troet, a de-
,fuse et fire to the inii0ulation
b hottota and in a few mi-nutes
began to curl out fromni beneath
, whilt white streamers of
.fltered through and gavo waru-
the patsengors of their danger.
e was a ma'd scramble for the
ut on the Instant the condue-
ye the signal for full speel
S So h' .i',Ct-riua In turned t:II
eod i':d st:,.:'d down the av-
Soeni ci e t irn i in an nalirmi
r, an:d whitEin t! fir:;:t engine
the at'viio te It'. blazing car
ill sii.'wco n 'P i *.it and a few
li;:'t.r (: i 11 T ',' t v"O iI e was
y a,; .' ( n e aidiewallik
t,.!h!u ';.i "i jl.ei.n d in the

ear's fsrpotd iT ne, ,1 tie flames,
e' wV.I' rn e;,.i:i'tii danger of
l.i.' thtrciui h into the body

.t,,;.j iijtd the r':ce and then
(C:I, bA,.trL Wthee.ud. I4140
:n the -avene they sped,
g car gaining every minute
erfe and the engines finally
the ci" n e.
Sflnlly arrived at one of
y' !..; ,O al the fire was
d1 with l itl e damago.
rTFANGLD TO DEATH.


01lce Invesut"ting Mysterl-
Murder of Jewtes.
Jun e 1.- ia, I'. ena Wol f,
1i5 years old, wits found
* death on the floor of her
,geo street, about midnight.
ces itr,.icated that she hadi
ktide *by hanging herself
't pi-we "of twine, but the
itetion oft e ?. husbsund,
',.when qu estiloed bylW'p-
Denmpse, led to his a&tfl*t
'heard screams caedatl.
tUse, and upon forcing a
und Mrs. Woltf lying 4*d4
or., Her face was distort'
toitied' and the condition. 't
deleted a straggle-.
<4 that thcre was a rope
wfit ,'neck wn li ht fanad
in losely queot"ne1 >4, piutl'
ma l pti-..ocket antd said hbe
t. from her neck.
hIare Invhetigating.
.APHIC SREVITIES.

'iVi are still IdMS ina tbi
. 1ie coal dtitrle.


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SENSATIONAL TRAGACDY.

Cedartown,,6a., C ':cz to a Fr .izy of


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thua < d a[2 of c e I i'' the


ni .: '.. l.
A U. t l i u,l, can:'' :'C,' t.'.' r ,., . ;. .o I
A 1 l',. l) ,' ii ( 1 L ; i 1.. L ,',
then fix( ,d up 'a l.e 'C.ft.', 'o a l '
wenl t t i i


; F1OtI1A U JUN IE l. 103 TEN CENTS A WEEK-

flh|flflhIaIoI TO Sloe 'K enlinio to come In fro the AD,
ht s 'io ns (;'11 MiFsourI river. onI;
the Towa ,sdio bh.twoen Council Bluiffit

WEEP yOF A "d i wa":r I hmng SENT TP JACKSON
t u t to io.toftni up railload hoda. Traltina -D Oonipa.. t Stl
Situation ILt Ds IDheOw '.t n'rt h i ,,t b e n la num. D Invillo Compaly Of State


LMore Atxrr Li
FURTHER Hnrei N.
Thousands of Pe.ople. A ,i
Many Actually Suffernifi
Property Loss Will Be "
More Rain Predicted,


tha i,. n:..L t i:, r.o, s Moiies, Iowa, Jul','
at oe ''-ue ti.o \,,;' ,: '. ,i;t a 41- tc wf water 'y:.g .'t,ouW tl s
ca .ll 's iw., ",M *k I'^ t' st' t e
.e ..*lil. jI. u n Id 1,:l;io 'o d lIt '' A Ot t.ric' L i t d.a.ylIih t hti
Sdow his asi : '. .. > ,' due lo e l r' i 1 the lriv'r
Sfour 1 ,t' r. ; .'f y t fi n ,i'." W11, Op oe y ill paitt lro rd LRA -i d t
IhL'hot ', ", ,. i '.' ..- Li..'" iU' 1 nt. .W''t3'y 01 IA .'uoLl.u l pt of t.
pIstl afid i L d i'l tl' ,i.'l.KneaIs io ti . C ,'ntr steeL t.
the ho .e, Mrs. StrIcl iInid also lIL .. 11:v t a t au i p-oi ple ~ .l-
the i(t in'.' du'rini the fight and tIio aj t4 4ji'.0 )J Ii Notlit l '.4 It,
i lwoun. 1; l hl n h';'it his n.ei;.,it'w'a li.ttr t.( ly ult t 'Xf Yro1- co'tti
for i) ;, i.. V1r. C.. V. *.lod wa_ ;.a- With I(he nuinalIl tct [ion o 111C.
mono a':i fot',d tricland A;iot A. thicnit ,ly110 111no nmi.ta At
hiron,;.h the left l.ung to tratiuat l.u eS.
A p; ai' kept. watch over the ittse way t'ijaimilny dt-e not' pi"
all da'y and I.IKhI, fearti'g thitt fur- I able Ito start cars 'for ,
their trouble wvoull Ifollow. A.' tolt 6 thnot'4od l'erso;i are bhoniat
o'clct'h th-1> struck t raihe tl of Wiley ei t oe f y'.'iiia iti' ine prcttic'','
ine1." ..x!and'a home, and it1 theo 'heltt r l haIt 'levo bebil i-it c
Cli ..c they ivortook V,'illy about I miie oura, during which 4 n i
S..iu- t.le sic;o of tl' sheo t:;. 5io 0 been ('o ;: ','i to the co UM iui
raln Irto a nlOi'iliorS. lhic'tse :id told us wit h1 tIl th 'mlnomelitr
t th'e L !i>'8. w Aho w'rte' alo'.', that a the fao.,ti .re )l.: l i:t. Mlnny W'"
mob \wa,.s affer hinl, tid hit:Tldi y gav Oichildre'a hinted all lit
his vtraitmn of tho iu f ll y, the lerdi e t oCo.oI i:: ,'> '. p ts, itiU lt bp :
vou; ni; ht, saying that it wt'it' ot to plto t wfth'l to lA .
Blame all ogethe.r for the trouble 'H. 'Te <'rT. i -rtO placed In
isai that in h "1 igltcittt were "Sily of tlhe rtuCigces t0 t1% o,
Vltt rs from the wife of SWtliad4 W*ht'h Eey could find adelt'r
that would prove the part of her-i' ra liut irelef worK' i' til. A
self In the tragedy. He fatlo ~A f tit bl4tG0tidltlt oniand far boyol4f,
ho wa gng to kilt himnlsf before tbq lltntitile suflung ptpiv
crowd pursulg him could find 'ht d i eUwncwa s of Ith.e liood le
Saying this, he went I'to a tcom, C' t" 'pa'raion or 'fbr orp
closeCd the door and ihot hnitself.i tti Cmb It. l V# ll rl
the .tetmle .and througIi Ithe hartl, a y,. Nd W ypI.1
jiyigth Instantly. TePO p O 19w piti4
kef e 'wi "$ta 'n*A4''] 0ntt 16'l>x Ct mphtt-
room, fi tlin' i llteleoa' b6dyt on t t*e ie t!*t close to2 i,oo00
obed. ...... : . ; a : IT:. isam^e iBU nh'. i niiot
It Is alleged thatthe ,dead mar$ ei "iet will be clrritd
Strlckland' Wife -wiere od intlweiwt.^ alm'a e. 'wa' (oiine
terrma. ". ::]: bt,^I;d., of .tho.levd id'.long .
Theo affair has stirred tn' comm 0- itriti ild .Qutcy
ty to a freazy.of Oeltemtent, anfd tije wihlJiri.tintflAted the principal.
peculiar death of the man In the cale.i strict Sevral humidred t
has en4oxl one of tho moet: unutiiat dollars worth of maitinery
-occurrences tIn tho history of this water, A dozen ce housois ih
county. Strickldand, those wounded h'us. W washed away, resulting In an
hand, Is doing as well a's could be ox mate loas of $t00p/0. Thr,
Pected,. but hi condltioi-eart in"loui The'Da lp ay Calpital.l Ji toodt lal
a :e llyg throughh toie ,ii. .E
GUERRY .Cf 'AiSR HkA0g'!f^l$tin that vteinity
... 0To r t.o the No4 rthwu: n,
c4sdni t ot 9' o'"ltOk thUts moEn+Ixt It l
o x tH ~ 41* t it a*nd l '''+ '



rt 0, ,' as rit s t "



$r oth *eOt o, lt
a ti. 5'eliro is pircticllRy!, '
rtwOftytret ftS l t 0$4 t f is over the n':
that uumbqr ,la ii 2 uriumunrton .m ,-
2e th&oettonat Mtbt ftl p 9 Rbgh:;l
m fet with the fw lt rit **As t WM ne ,t Is. fr uo,
'Ct' '1'rocent of the' peapt tan. MV Itt#Ut* ti* aov. hn h
M sa on i aiaIastt tb 81 q *, rAMIl
done wisely. LtI 4rip POO"
",JT THIFiOAt W#Th 'N l ....." K
iJrf Ti inn ou ,wr H!,, -i piwiils^ .f:?; "; '--


ued In 1 t1 oigh. The j-Frc'mnlnt' Cotton B" $. .40
t4 tits testitWony. W ane Tes HiW Lt:.
fi regard to si laries In Wan" ftOrisel,& Jnn: 1 e4. 4
department have heMwe neiiu by rmza4 *by-bntl *t#
nester Oeaeravl Payne, min 114 enbslsaned for <4'0s(
.ro ,Pw Frank samet, A prttlsA '
,ast eo w arne. wo w irokrer who retior d (ret 4
ia adet .to the .-hsuti f tfY ao, ha 'ut'on4 lis ite #
;- : cei '. "ft- j lTr wk!fc. Arranri euta t w rl e i"
5nflb' to ...e m't [tnade t-o ri *.'t' bila tt "t a tlf O lu
,' iler .I : "ri t "l fi ut 'at 'fl

14an hisw c^lii 1OA 4 h. thlo''

of the Mt ilsa pl- fed- y'el Th, wa a ma 4c r .
solved the iPW 0ti0utofi ora r~art *D .4 tf I


'r ltte, '
sit the statf' aut0rmw


- gstota* rnoItt apl
B ..l -. "ila of *


WAR HLfOE3a f ENEMLEnRCD. C

Elpboratc .and Filautiful Ccrsmonras CAP i/
at Arlin ithn Cemetcry.
e ' Wte,!s;.',hii g:<".n, J, ., l. -.-.W lt ) solom.lin Ml o ,
d" n.td lni arts'lyV :,:' 'cL s l,,';;'-r 1t Ciiph-
,, .. .. '.y a c : N.at cap- Hj t L
t:- 1 ia ii n 'ore 'i '>L ; t t h N 4 it ai
' c ur I \'f'iv''. I','' ''' -' ,'' we ': :' -l;;;;'t:1' | -'udi(
"'tur 'J, i-tt ly Ii t'' : :I;n t;! of thei t'n
*I o i,.nt lbu;t till C t ro o t the mn
s ''. i oi all ( ,',-s,.., u it.i'.'i i. h Lh
.; :;; |,p:' ,'iah n ilt;py a~ ; e m'( 'o lo f tht (l tl .t.
l a I m110 11' t t .n. i ',. \ h, l l o' 1, iti&
,1- a o rl 1 I- .Iin t!|n;! < ir' M o n rI l
, i'" y-V-s t. i*.. nUli ,u t .;'. iI 1 llIt
At A lib '; n the :Arr.n t 't' l nt' I The
SMoin ; a t ln't OiIo :d lo l'il. h y \er;t' L ox,) 1
't i .;" 1 (ir u of r tlo di lrli ctaii n o[ thi, dellAl.,l1'1)l) 01t .
niA,' t.itna Of tle I't'toailnt' oPtl lt'e t.ia inld Arm' y O,
city. the 1 ti0 ( puhi', intd It 'iti At'd it 1ia, ati cl ,,
it 'ntailo theo (. uitAd Army s' ast;, the oll gaij ird, 1 y t
t t railt t oh ,t .r litiniot'' oi 'auiat. itiu and w Mah j
t, L c. b the 'ttil!itia of the. l)I ,'l1t- (of ('tlun pat ,
1'. SIx bitt. 'n'lo I "'cdli w\ ; \ t '; t ltv'-1'1T A t1i;.t l
, ;.5 por pe gca0 !., ('o)m!if;d ,,: o, nly of' hun-
''itiihout dre't> (if votu' t'rti of tr '.o lvivil v,' ; :i d ''
! i[O actif'l Ve iv iailt. "ry >r:i,il; i ..; ltnsi. b;ut. ai '-(.1
y have Of the' '"ti' 'a+ttillt; a y, l n.t : who 4'T "'Iv
\ heavy part'kil itd iti the !lii,;aitno-t \ iiick.in S T
o loe t)o In r tul Ii3w. heir I
n:to ;an d A tt r a I lort j' irid'i i h'iu'l h thn
'. i ri iln' cI t o' I' lui.'.l; it '' u bir; I I t ri 1 ilino A ,li'
. a' dry 'ora' A 'I.';i i-.:t ( t no il'. lt i lt l ,e u
i nof tlt i 4 ,<' i imetoric' \\h, ,ri'' t ',, t rni,'l. 'ro n' u
wC 1 or ofC o', .f tI d;. y nc ui',l. T ti l. t.t
'ating,. n k 1.t,0t '*ti ; .t a i ti he lii' .c l,''Cry hlW' bea'l city.
fro'u the Btr;'wn v l filow-,rn; til i c h i111 '-k.mtil ,
D.t'lor.l- by a I ln I Ai;'':t' i llHa :;. I '' \tiit' o i, I, i,
t or t a. t (y 4 u ' ,' (ol nntry (D \, t t r- ',


lI ion to (. lo a l', i A tI'i "t t: fg ali 'i r thL c
ho cl(ty reroe ,nt y. A f .trii ,'ypill'.; a i n.try A t,, I
's. the thoroughly rtnrti;tctl \v;iu t. I ,i w, .
L4&*., l'ti 0 tOtoi f t'hc IoI <' Il <:- 1t .-,ll 'tof ~ L cii 0 '
iw -ti:eO Ut) ]tY. itt ,y. u1 3 ,'i p h l' r 'Itii 'ain ,a '1, ,
ulthaling' dwadl "d bod|l
IHo tolI Hon1 (hlThti |niory Stillih, 'tlttor n .,
way. f th PhitloIctaph li Prciss, dolivoernd w'H
by the tLo ctIoz of i.1it iay. Mly,
the Chi- ..... ..
Srtr B.a, F CDERAL MEMORIAL DAY. Mack
'i i ....


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Uwe' ; I U' %l1e A I 'E 'Wterwori" Plant
rj.]i/j:;: Pj t st Down


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.tasmow, fk




* itSOh. t ,v th

Ivia a te, a '0 ,.

&M~ee'eand,*ut


i'np-'euf* a t eirste I tetWe f j'qcs *
!i'le ad six fhWare.tt Mr Em etMt b .#S
wa' born in New Orixeas. RE w l
|4 ts. ^ tow so w
-egaman .*4.m- ,. n., ,
It ur haPus 4weo. tae -

t1oiM w-tb U '.1 l 'ashed to j

* &|. ,^"' *MT* t **
k.f^i\^^^l^^l?^^B|w^ fBIp'*MM ^^WF .v9^w .^ff"^'^
^t SeiiI1 *"^^ Mtf


braves of Union 10older. Decorated'
at Marietta,
.Atbl't ,J'(i.i 1.'--'/ .uituLt. i'O0 inot
ian. tibri (of.tlhi <.ri-n| Army of
t$11,he ile tublt:, wolmattAt tot coCprt tit i
on, ff ur'oni l votrani, t.tuali,'ald In
Mita!tta fcta.a.Ay to .Ciol'brate fltera.l MoN
niorldii day, i.
A trpIerial tral.n, rotitnllttnr f a 4tar t';
nntfha r t'hr'o jitf Ofp tIt.l ('aat A.rtiay '.'r


1l It t
Alber
In ran


Wlflil
Wilt't

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Awle


u.rd OCrdv&Q A.'.it.

iN LILLARD IN COC,'MANU.

'U.'irsonr at L(.exntt-.r l Reeived
'r Dispaitchl i a i,,r Mectu f.''n an4l
SUp Ocd4Cn \V'dctut 4t CLt- I3-


.t'.ion, by., June 1.--'rwenty
dcr C( Lt.;t: ; I .:'I 'd, co.-iliOSilka
iI 'llo t.C'apn ii, ,, i l .s'I, U ,'iI, Sli ga
t l h !I,'t1 h ,i k u ity t L til s
4 10'o Jait i 'l l N e f,-'Niont11 to a
t or 10r1 1 'tu10 mad o l M.it U d-
y Major J. ltinlry Allen.
ilt'o c(tlila ot x r It1 (Itl'uta l ti nd
it, and \w\.'rt, tlr.it l,'rl-o, to thie

will rI ta'i'iah .1'ol), ai l 1totitt 11
C;ait.,tlti 1.li.l; ri did u1t k. oWV
'y iwt r ct'alltd oni,
r Aiiltrt',tuonl tclvit a c iplhor di e
io Colmuol Willialmta loire at
>t and h1 i wi'Vd 1thilvlllo t
r thl' wnii .to i 'i.tdly to laov"t


ELN N14E.CiQOEi3 DROWNED.

Skiffa Were Capslzed In Milalh
clppi River.
i 1i q, T i t,i ,iini l,- ... lixtoill
, i;lton thu it ii t a t l itanit, wv rt
d lu t.ho M lailiald river til'Ar:
Poltit, 410 tllt't iukti o the
Itl thau .!;i) i ue i bnt' fit r dark
,' it', % ,.\t :i froni t patslltlI
i,' I .l;i t', u IuI. 't i i;.lt hotdi'a ti d all
:i e I ctii tw"'r',t ldow v l). A 1mla
t1.0 I.otl'jd by id lin ;:mlif to tan

Ho watt al ii )' ; iio, Tiei re.
th traa lt > .' IW', (itlio.

i of Ihe doe ld. h .ia f rw l 4 i




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*iAT"YAdk IL A r n lt*r -


the el;'. h w i t ;a 1. i t '-.,I Ar I MAKfIN V trKLJPORTi
0 lt1' )': BIth ilo p t, o t I tit ao'i t e *l tu- t n of Cathoicinn Int tih PhIllp.
k tin Odge w" to JPl *Itt io@ ,.
" ,1j. *iictrvl)Wi *;Oa v f /t h.ort. Jutm 1' L""&'(-dinutlr ltiu I AimA -
f h ^sItcnh, Ifa lt1 ttav 4 a hpri.e lt a a ttihta a
Story hat lart t tiei m.tn, 4 Rev'tla 4t e ,rn fL arird J. V'itituni emit
Setl ;pr' "ral m ont oUti If YHe war ('f; cw ty i I If.t ,l:a ait
t partmi nt, which w.s quite C iotirate, f A '' wa .pr nbtd hla riart oi

I co atlon D ya it Mo bile, h A d.. t t .io o t atf fI 3.' In tir

y w it ba td y John tutll jin th at iir of to iwroha
da u lat s' titn u A.tliy of t t he of t hs ftli"a tad d wl tta tn (hlt,
public tv e wer#. toodiltod .In *f tt tetr Ar hi:thop dttOl't atl
tie t Nal ai 4 'cath tet ry., i t thi:. r'ivl at Manila. I rsnow l' oh1 4| up f
tr s qi 'fbe toa'.ta a Werei trewua w h!y(caldly bty1the tarnetfut.d al't Ou
S wttit flowers utlt.i4psa trf i it ir or Taft a nd tb i'olk Olti, wu O th
mir, i 4 neoh M io'rt A'dtr,. wal '0lleilip n ro Ittu inm ai, I tit datbt of
r"it T. e f a'Ipll tadair~As W al- thoi f lielty of a r lproptisulg a4-b|
111 re., d by iTe'4 4t tst a A ttorn'y W sV t een!, f r sgttii t .t t0 .' f t'v er a sIi et0
It I) hVklri br lia 'h'd t wcsi a la ge prdnta i*,'rt fe h':,- ldtltiha'ttiftlidt t oeatlri
iontoa'sre of ol aitlL the .. 'liats h l hr h4 tOl 1 I a ty Met t h ti

HtS P OOT CA. UOHT (.IN P .OO, Plt
A Va'sM'il p (Il tutli i Wis fltfalJy carry.
Lou svwille a l td-nl vlle *wti hral t o' L t t t, i t'tt e h h rhto* en-'
Crushe. to Death, tJ i I t0 lt btta i ftar. o4.eday
t irtrtaintn A ;June o -J. U. d, O .pi d ita ',ntr sM the thtt. Of
f ait, a W oit0 oaIwtIamnh o r b the I a rm: ta. cV.~S at of th e aois tv
l elat#oV.l1 *w d Nsah'iie rholronit, 'beh *"nttr iF vasni t, l we urItkllrtlngu of
t ar1(4t a r tho d a t e w t-, f m rth. a Ath et Orcr whons c ltra t. a ir lvly-
tr e -: ra h. '.o wfllklt LJ tarw ,svq, the -hos's tjtt:'ttiaa ioti



"to'i 3 a h l flr al en iet. fltiie t i-o a-11.
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-:0ild oariad of Caitaloupes Left
Ovbr 8. A,4. O nday.

fT' COMPRISED O CRATES
CIt 0onslgnment Was Made by Gainesville
*IlWMon Grotwers Assoclation, and
hi;rpmen ...'Made to the East.
"Handsom Ret rns Expected.
".Monday the Gainesville section
shippedd the .first solid carload of
.Iataloupes from this point by re-
frligeration, The car was consigned by
the Gainesville Melon Growers' As-
'ioiation to points in the East, and
Sicosisted of four hundred crates of.
'4 choice fruit.
This car was the third sent.from .the
1V State so far this season;. The contents
Were of unusually fine quality, large,
rpund and smooth, and it is expected
,:;thatilarge returns will result from the
i. *Ui-.: i shipment.
The shipment was made by the Ar-
ni our car lines over the Seaboard Air
Line. __ . .
Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts, of Salem, Mo., is Instructive:
"I have been troubled with kidney
disease for thelaost five years. I lost
1 i' h and never felt well and dootored
with lading physicians and 'tried all
i et:ihedes suggested without relief.
S 'Fi"inally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
ad ; : ileis than two bottles completely
o ured me and I am now sound and
..ell." Sold by W. 0. Wallace's drug
Bsr! '"tore.
SBrick Work Finished.


SAfter several weeks' steady employ"
ment of Contractor MeMahan and his
force, the brickwork on the new niu-
niclpal building was finished' Monday,
t and it la one of the neatest Jobs ever
completed In this city. It demon-
strates the fact that Contractor Me"
Mahan is one of the most artistic and
competent workmen in the South,
which accounts for the fact that he
always has more than he can comfort-
-, ably attend to.
b When the carpenters and plasterers
shall have finished the work on this
bulldin~ it will be ready for occupancy.
This will require possibly three weeks,
and It may be safely said that the July
meeting of the City Council will be
l held in these elegant new quarters.
The lower floor will be. osed as the
headquarters of the flie department,
and the employee of this department
Swill occupy quarters on the second
floor. The building will be equipped
with bath and other home convon-
S- lncos, and the fire laddies may con-
sider themselves indeed in big and
"luxurious" luck.
The building was lot by contract to
J. R. Eddins, and the contract price
was a little more than $8,000.
Tax on Babies.
Extreme hot weather is a great tax
upon the 'digestive power of babies;
when puny and feeble they should be
given a toew doses of Whilte's Cream
Vermnifutge, thel children'I tonio;. -It
will stimulate and facllitate.the dl.,
gestion of their food, so that they soon.
become strong, healthy and active.
250 at Johnson BIroa.
Lightning Explodes Torpedoes.
Paris, June 1.--The Mttin'si eor
spondont at ChOerbourge telegr*Sphd.
thari during a violent storm yestervA
afternoon lightning caused thi explo-
slon of three submarine torpedoes at
the west onrance to the harbor. f h*
exploslon throw a column of watW r to
a great height and caused a peanl
among the vessels at anchor. No
damage was done.

A Frightened Horse,
.. inRunning like mind down the street
dumping the oecmpaumAs, or a hundred
other accidents, are every day occur.
rences. It behooves !voryhody to havq
a reliable satlve hundy anid their's inono
as good as Iltklhit '- A rnica Stlvew.
Hurn s, outs, sors, a atnd piles,
disapppea quickly miuder its soothing
effect. 215o. at all drug stores.
Steamer Founder.
SOydtey, N. S. W. June 1.- e mrtIt.
s' steamer Oakland foundered off Port
aw, tod',. Thr pas a sgrs an"

I &a. al etw w av. Th Oal4m waa
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Tf You Fail to Remove

Disease in June, Y(

Not Secure




PAINE'S CELERY I

Three Bottles SaVed Mr. Tripp
Livet Trouble and Rhe
v There was never a remedy so highly Me., say
recommended for making ick people "I eu
well in summer time as Paifte's Celery trouble,
Compound. It successfully grapples tism., T
with all the ailments common in sum- head;
mer time, and never fails to remove sioulde'
long standing and chronic diseases reached
that have baffled the skill of physi- at nigh
clans. When Paine's Celery Corn- feelings
pound is used, there is no long waiting ing thrE
for results. It tones the stomach, Compou
improves the appetite, assists diges- new mat
tion, expels all foul humors from the can do
blood and braees the nervous system. ommien
Mr. J. D. Tripp, West Kennebu-nck, to every

TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.
Will Begin This Morning, and Will Con-
tinue Seven Days.


The examination of teachers who
have applied for positions in the
schools of Alachua county will be held
beginning today, and will last for
seven days inclusive, which will cover
all grades.
The examination of the white teach-
ers will be under the direct supervision
of Prof. W. M. Holloway, assisted by
Prof. Geo. M.Lynch and Miss Shannon.
The examinations will be conducted at
East Florida Seminary instead of the
High School building. The first' four
days will be devoted to examining ap-
plicants for first grade certificates, and
three 'days to those applying for see-
ond and third grade certificates.
The examination of colored teach-
ers will be under the supervision of'
Prof. 0. M. Tillman and M. 11. Or-
inand, and will occur at Union Acad-
emy. The same terms as regards ap-
plicants' examinations in grades will
prevail at Union Academy.
The examinations will begin at 8
o'clock this morning, and all are re-
quested to b) promptly on hahdr
Cuts, Bruises and Burns Quickly
Healed.


Chamberlain's Pain Balmh s an anti-
septic linineut, and when appled to.
cuts, bruises and burns, causes them
to heal without maturation and muich
more quickly than by usual treatment.
For sale by all druggists and .medi-
cino dealers.
TO LOCATE SETTLERS.

Atlantic Ooast Line Offers One Way


Your Burden of ON ...
ur if is C1 ORECTLY WrTTn FPOLIOIS,
Worthy of LIBERALITY. or POLICY CONTRAOTS
o Consideration PROMPT PAYMENT Or LOSSES,

We cover these important points and respectfully ,
solicit a share of your business.


COMPOUND Fire, Life, Accident and lealt usrane.

friom Indigestio a, ----=-Agents for the---
bumatism.
s Vietor Safe and Loek Company
ffered from indigestion, liver 0,i1.o0Q. -ati-, Lo,
kidney disease and rheuma- The "Victor" is the best safe made, andpartes ontmplat-
'lie worst trouble was in my ing the pDrchlase of a safe, or anything in that line,
he worst trouble was in tmy from a box to a bank vault, will save money
the pain commenced in the by consulting us. Call on opraddress,
rs and ran up my neck until it
the head. I could not sleep SH I & H IL L,
when I (d sl ep. Srnce tak- Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
ee bottles of Paine's Celery
I-i r sleep..... ,,k,-i n t kI l l, 1 W 0 l


n ,11 i lam AA ii l iwi inee e
11. I have a good appetite and
a good day's work. I am rec-
ding Paine's Celery Comnpou.nd
one who is suffering."



E. VOYLE


FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Representing a number of prominent
Ameriean and English companies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
[Incorporated]
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Get an abstract of title to. land before
buying. After paying the purchase
money there Is ofton no redress for tax
sales and uncanceled mortgages.

Manhattan "A" Typewriter.
NOT IN THE TRUST.
A HUN)DRED-DOLL lt TYPE-
WRITER FOR $Sl ..
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments M a slight ad-
vance to responsible parties.
Typewriter Ribbons for
various maohlnes,

REAL. ESTATE, DWELLINGS
AND AANlD FOR SALE.
"E. E .oyle,
*, nea l el FlorI...a. 3.. .





U. T, SC!AFER, Prop,

CHOICE "fAlDS, oAKVS and PIES
Fresh Every Day.
uDeUvere.t to AU Prts or City.
aiaftsnt.tlnn .imGuars*4A


Ratial tO HomeseeKers.
The Atlantio Coast Line, Railroad speota a
Company will participate in noe an
settlers' rates from Ohio and l:Ml ia'
sippl rivor gateways-Oincinnat, 0.,
Louisvlle, Ky., Evamnmville, In#,. Pa- '
ducal K-y. Cairo, Ill., St. Lottsi Mo.,
and po itsbeyondf; also in basing rates
frorir Meliph(s, Tenn. (tickets niot to
be iold from Memphis 'proper), for
points on and north of the line of the
Frlsco system (Memlphis to Kansas OIrsTeery
City), to the following point In Foi'e Ocloiatt
ida, Georgia, North and South O- e0 -
oliia' and Alabama opated. on this iasoW
system. or to which the company torn. : t.
part of an authorized ticketing route. VA
'at "follabwib g rates un4er conditions sni-
namedi .
Rate--One-half of the standard o ne- n Fran
way tare, plus $2.00.
Dates ot aloe-utaroh 8 and 17, t908; Natoat.
April 7 and 21. 190;it ay 8 and g 1, o
190); June 2 and 18, 10; Jul ya
21, 1908; August 4 and 18, 1908; Sip- D ni
tember 1 and 15, 1 z0 October :, ad O: "oea We'I
io, l9 8; November S. an 17, 1903. .. t""
Limit. -Coutlnuous-pasag. .
Conditions--Contrao and each cou- i
pon of tickets to be faced "secpod- iibtlel
class, not good ILn parlor or sleeping .tbwb )uI
cars." ..
Htre are some of the staple oolipal.of ti
the different sections of this territory: ..E
All vegetab 'al O i.' small tru'it
peacliest, pearsi grape, 11ipg pra Se*, ..A.* .
pineapples, giapefrult, watermeiu. s
Sitrus and other firults, wlat, etti, -' '
oas anmid Otther araihi, tu0 o! [ s i
......1 "... "...'iJ ^ iu i^ 1^ ^ -1!


*^^^ UHow w ill ycour cold t
d probably. It's first
,th n brmchitis, ,a
H^^N~ii^^ is! dfowward ^


ttentton to oCrouses, MwBati
otier travetinum troup<4, ::
httnbig Parties. et o.,






RAtROAD1
rIatson FollIowinhgatea
q7to!e to Calfornia, ttahi,
',*zeief aleo, Air*.ona5, (ola1
,W ton. MotanMa.
Oisale utl June is.
LoUiosand Return
RW PW8 W CaITr. 6i esal.
r,ood toreoi runm n June *t
cio, Lo.0s Angeles and
Return
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Air Line Railway.

SCH-IEDULE ETrrCTIVi APRIL 12, 1903.
27 I 31 55 SOUTHERN DIVISION I 54 34 6s
:915 ai 9 00 p 2 10 pLv................Ja-syr, e.vll1o..............A...r 10 50 a 7 165 00oo p
0)1 5 i 9 54 v 2 60 p). ............. ........ aldwliu............ .... 10.12 a 6 30 a 4 20
11 40 111 34 p 4 2)0 P .....................Waldo .....................- 8 20 a 4 42 a 2 50
.4.0... ..... p1-V ............. I ,l, .........A r, 7 58 A .. ,...
S AINE8VILLE ... *5. a.. ..... .. ....30.p
. ..... 7 45 .p Ar..................Cedar Key...................Lv 5 15 a ...... ......
1 26 I> ... ..) . ...... )Lv................. Silver Springs ............... ...... ....... i12 52 p
S p 1 a . ... .......... .... ... O ala.. ...... ... ..... ........ p 35 a 12 41 p
2 55 02 a.......................... od.................... ..... 1 a 56
5 10 1 7 45 . ..... ................ Orlando .................... ....... o00p 256 a
4 14 p 4 42 a ...... ................. Dude t.ty ... ........... ...... 11 19 P 10 87 a
5 11 p1 548 a ...... ...............Plant City............... ...... 10 20p 9 45 a
7 08 20 a .. ... ... .......... ...Palmetto .................... ....... 3 s p 7 42 a
7 28 p;ll 46 a ....... .....................Manatee ................... ...... 2 45p 7 27 a
7 45 2 30 p ....... ................... arasot ....... .. .... ....... 7 00 a 2 C u
6 00 pi 45 a ..... Ar................ ...Tampa......... .......... Lv ....... 9 00 p
00 1 5 a 900 p


NORTH AND EAST I 34 I 6 I-
Ibv Jacksonville........... 8 45 a 75p..
+A.r Ferniandlna.......... 1t 05a 900 p ..
Ar Brunswick............. 1201 p 1098 ..
Ar Savannah............. 1 10p 11 a .......
Ar Falrfax................. 1 44 a .......
Ar Deaiumark.............3. 6 2r 20 a...
Ar Colunibia.............. 5630p 3 ..
Ai C(amden........ ....... 740p 5 54 .....
Ar Hamlet................. 955p 805a ..
Ar Wilmington................. 1205p.
Ar Southern Pines......... 1118 p 98 .
Ar Raleigh..............I.. l58p l 0 45.
ArPorttnouth............ ooa 5 .......
Ar o4hwond,Va......... 6856a 812p
ArW, blnah ton .............1010 880 .
A i ................. U. 25a11 ....p
Ar Pbhladeli.......... ep 9 sa ...a
ArNeWVor....... .... 4 15p 9580 ..


WEST AND NBW ORLEANS I 56
.vJ akionvllie................. 40p
Ar Lake City..................... .551 p p
Ar Live Oak....................... 6 I 35 s
Ar Madison....................... 7 55p 1
Ar Monticello....... ............ 0 p 8
Ar Tallahasee...................9 40 p
Ar Quincy..................... ......4.
Ar River Junction .... ............... f
Ar [enscola...................... ....
A r M obile........................ .... tI
|Ar New Orleans................... .......


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Lv Jaconvll................... ...
Ar M autou .............................. ...
Ailanta.............. ... ..............
Chattanooga.......................
Nashville....... ...............
St Lhag ............................
Chicago .............. .. . ....... ....


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58 p
617p
05 p
556a
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656p


Connection% for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
Saturdays from Gainesvinle.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman bleepers bftl*n
T'aia Jaacksonville and New York via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-
bulel day coaches between Jacksonvloe and Washington, via Bichmond. Cafe
40inf ear servile from Jacksonville.
_6 'Siaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be-
.twe naokonvllle and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
two eem ckainville and New York .
No.55 onnets at8tarke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
integ 4ediate points, and atAroner with Early Bird branch.
ow4. 68 aid' 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port TamTpa ~iSunays, Tuesdays
and' Thursdays, l m. ..
A. MAODONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. 0. COOB, Tioke Agent, Gainesville.


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mmissioners and Good
Association to Meet.

CONVENE HERE JUNE 1O

II be Attended by Promi-
unty Commissioners and
,From Various Sections of

ay, the 10th inst., Gaines-
have the honor, distinction
ure of entertaining dele-
ounty Commisslonern and
a Association of 'Florida.
vention will be held for the
discussing matters of great
to the State, the main fea-
ubject being the construe-
roads. The occasion is
prove of a great advantage
roads movement, which
in its infancy, is rapidly

Ite, secretary of the asso-
nds out the following circu-
to County Commissioners
rea interested in this great

'nual meeting of the County
ioners and Good Roads Asso-
f Florida will be held in the
Oainesville, Tuesday, Juno 16,
,his will be the most important
in the history of the associa-
d every County Commissioner
d roads advocate in the State
Make an effort to be present.
llpads offer reduced rates from
ts in Florida. The people of
ville and Alachua county have
arangements to entertain theo
ir and the only expense will be
rail road fare.


0e improvement of our highways
Hands the earnest attention of
Vy progressive citizen of Florida,
[every Bonrd of County Commis-
6ers should be represented at this
sting. If you are interested as a
r, county or State official, come.
rGaineaville friends extend a cor-
I invitation and all that they have is
ars. Yours very truly.
3. W. WvITX, Seo.


His Last Hope Realized.
[From the Sentinel. Gebo, Mont.)
In the first opening of Oklahoma, o
settlers in 1889, the editor of -thi pa-
per was among the many seekers after
fortune who mad 3 the big race one floe
day in April. During his trav.lintg
About arid afterwards shis amping upoitn
his claim, he encount-ered minch bad
water, which, together with the seewroe
heat, gave him a very severe dlarrhaoea
which It seemed almost impossibl, to
- check, and along in Juno the case be-


came so bad hlie expected to dIe. One I
day one of hiw neighbors brought bis :ruit?
one small bottle of Chanibtl*~it
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoes B
a a last hope. A bl1 do0 was
: htm while he was rMI 4P.4"k
g round fIn great a(y
Mu iate5 the 40dos .j:
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, ll I rim l* ,tigc wife, Invariably,
Had.. "'oF for Sunday evening tea,
When cook went out that afternoon.
S"'TI but a saucer and a spoon
Or two to wash-a task not grim-
And all are pleased," laughed "Sunny Jim.")


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pleases everybody
In every way.


Sweet, crisp Mtaes of wheat and malt.

"* We Like It."
"We use 'Toreo' and like it exceedingly.
111. 1 R Amrosas.


BANNER SALVE Gauinesille & Gulf Railay ComDany


is the most healing salve In
the world. It cures Sores, Cuts,
Burns and all Skin Diseams.
It positively

Oures Piles
8. Kingsbaker, 8o East Ohio Stret,
Chicao, writes: 'had a bad case m
Pile#i several years. BANNER 8ALVE
c=red w~ quickly and rmwanently fter
overal doctors and remedies had isd
to reUvO me,,"

Sold by W. "C We'llee's Drng Stor(,
***....


Planters An4 Growers of Long

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cat with TE O A

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THE F7U'I1T & VEGETABLES
OF FLORIDA.


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Tratlns3 ain1 4 wtil not run bitweivu G(alnin Vloe ard Fid lsfield on suind< um
L.. B KU) aL, Goeneorni uorn tendnt.
J. HILL, Agent JAS, M.. GAHAM. Preenisdt.

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


":FOR ALL EARTH LYM PONT "'

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liorile, )Mq* ap4 West
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Abstr:actc.



B. R. COLSON, Manage



The questioii of Tttlc A
first eonsiderattion DIthie
iMnVtor...

Abstract of Title
To any phic4 <4f land In
Altchliit ('uit n ittrnishted
on applicauioi,.

'rAXE lI TE'ri l) D
AND PAIll
And all matters concern.
lil the redelipUton of nui-
eameeled tax certifleates
atteniled to promptly.


REFRIGERATORS,

READ'S ODORLESS.
Now Delins l it All 1Sies.


PALMER"I tiMM IOC K !
A Full Atmorineint, iuelundline
his Latest i'attoriN.

WATER COOLERS,
FREEZERS, and All
Spring and Summor ,
Spe 0ca ilal :e l,

BAIRD HARDWARE OOMPA0Y

Gainesvillo MachnWo i|

-GE N I RAL MIlI. M T, A .A
MAAC H IN E UY 1tiLAIfRt8.
Oan turn and dstrniliht.oi whole lengtSo
of itht lng iudu PpeO-Cuthting* .&
l it 110 12. ohlom,

COTTON UIN RJ PAIRINO'
A SP1I'1Al.' 'Y

P. H. WESTGAADPrp. ad

JTNi t t>11. r. J, I Cwa OmTarf.' 4



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M t1 E':.*J6t .l"ee at Ga ,nesv, ie', ",A..
441 fAiioi30 0d-014 eal usmatter.
AY litAB.lIltor and Prot'r.'
JtISSE UlUIiTw, City aI'ltor
;i: Oi:tfLOil; .PORTERBSLOCK..
atrIiX StSRuR.s. S. TEiLPos.Ns 43-2
I-t Stleq, plublished every ilor)nltig ex-
$inrlv.'delivered by carrter in ttie city,
to o any 'prt ofthe United States, po0,
0 efor $6ayear: $2.to six nmomnbit,: $ 1.5
r p!that: or bO ceuts for livu weelis-
,u advance. .
aili notiSU os In local column. 10 cents a
Att Insertion, and f5 enuts for etiah aId-
ps Ir dtlwiay advertising made known
R at n, -' - -
o 1WtCpC--WeCelt Sun Is lrin cl I Ootri paper. pulit)iheil evicy Mon-
Sadb ttrsday, inrid' ont.infls all the
ofMt, the weel., loe-,1t. itlte lnd d en-
Iy I d bwll be mtalled. itw,itage ic fr, to any
r "t o 1 tlhe ,rltted States or (Juiiiitla. tor$1.00
IT 1 l'6 11adlvance,
Alldvertisitng bills become due af .ter tirit,
iOiftalo0of rtlvet'LlsC i uelil, ttiht. (Il wist e W
$,ti lated in contractt. Prlrtiei nt i, known to
cs hill be re ulr Adtr.e- .Ad 'i'f;E ])A l]'( SUYN.
UAl I l'.iV tLI.I.. i'LA,


i: THE SCHOOL BOOK BILL.

1 The Sun today print-s in full the tuni-
iforne schoo li ook bill introdOi'id by
8llenator McCretary, aild whicli il nowit
K-,being so widely di icuiss in thll '- s t i
iosaB. and Iby men ind woimt 'i !,.roni"-
Il -1ently ideal tified with I l1,, *'duct tioinal
l-tinterests of 'loridria
""them I leasuretir s in de ttliet to i) 11one of
the lmotl I important int ldutilid lit tlt!
.lplVlesent session of ti'- L g I(Rislaiire, annl
b'llibo ippol'id lby on.'( of the most,
|j o tcorrflll bnluitio. iost knowil T'1i1e
'I option and unfcrdi mentI would mrean1
oilf ingluis that a reduction ill t lti
t J e of (VIov ry .booklAl d in t) ur public
bhooil.
It would 1mean thnit tho citizen wli)
lihould remove from Duval to A Inlu'nti
Aouil0tty would not b coi)ntclh'd to plr-
biaseI a complete solt of w books for
his children.

S SENATOR TALIAFERRO.


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not ico.
It. otIl.y rem-nai;n. iinw or' Dr. Pre to
explain how ]te tIc h!> si his tees. to(
stinl at, tlho r'ig t pl,u<'e. Thatt dtonf.,
rh .tlin illis ia wii!l c 11).i to ltdre dful l.
'1li fI 'f op, oi ii tiy e.:ti ra'llitr it he-
r.ic ri'iei dy for thi disease, iowt'ver,.
w.I' (ti'r inifopuitd llhart tllh lri'et;s is iby
I110 11(enIIIsi "lllW.
Dr. J. V. Harris of Key West, tla.,
fe'vr,)al y3,ars ago while uSlTering with
rli o ti 11li5nr1in ll iia rit hs Ii rm was w ork-
ing with ii swriini of heces, wlihen li tsi
iIitin on tnhe t arin r'(veral tinli. In Ii
lsh rt tinli tlhe rhouiiIiltisul (i isaip-
peitrTd, Inn(l St)11i' l1on11th llter, uipo1 n
the re-appelaraii.e of t I) heo (liiSse, the
Dlocltor, iftlr trying all the rininedii-s
t,liii, kte! k .new of, thotiglit, of his itxpjw-
ri ( i .n t witli tlhe.' b0c
Ilo it Ught 'rieve'al it,- atintid allowed
Lhiim to sting lis~i arm ove-r the intid1 c,
ffotetd. .11ulih to hik a iurpris (lhe
pai in subsided' and i a sliort, while
liurri'd away. Silion hlisi tililt!, whlen
other ren'itleis fail tih' Dioctor pre-
i s rib(e's tliu "blee sting" for l1:i; pa-

So we i stc that a. Florida physician
first startvedl this d'pa)llrture front th l
tiilliinl isI s of tlie blsy bito.

Catarrh Cannot be Cured
W it h It(t.:l .,,11ip L' l i0).11 n- they c,'t 0 -


iot, r ciiell i.le sIo t, of t i,' o ( a firrli i< i blood o)( r ,co1i, lit1it ion lt
(d.i.(* L imsd in olldtr to iro', it you
Sluit take internaltl I-r ie ,iit.a H inIl'.I


Jos., hi, Vat dhii gtol colrr(sipcndi t I tAit rri ts Ir'- r.id'o1 ilt ',rlli n
S lh Atlantai (on litilioln, Ihnt a l d(irecIly 1 t Ili o111 (d an'td mlnt1 ,
viWhom no man is shelter q( l il-ltld ito rl'nvos, l1l1'.s .' ,1r1Curt i, u
ispek knowingly of public cni at the i t:'ck nliledill It was prescribed
Atitonal Capital, has thi following to "Ion of tht bcst plhysioi:iu in this co
omiy of Floridal's jiuiior sa'iltIiorl II 'y for y, e it rator T uliitf rro is holding-h.l first tG ilt. It i. olp:-> (of the i est tto
pOliti ld oilh, li- lii li o bi n. llio)wn, combinen d wi.t Jilr h b tr "1
o ltiaerit i l. ior tll ad t p to (l it,'day purifiiers,. mi ig directly onil the l
whenlhis frie.iids put i, m ill))o -i' ms31tlce t'rfa'' t ' iei etfot t omfil
he fllg trod lprin ipal lly 1 is n i a h sin s;,I 1i tt( tl' h (1w ;igril; I',iihs it I X
lailtli, alive to ithe iillrIin of tl ,, S i ,g ,,tn hr l n. S fi rl testing
R1tt!it4 C iittrlttarri, (n litl d<' l for iesti ilrf(in.
'of 11mtn iy (if ii, ditft'it itlndusrit i' -' .T Ci313: V Co I'rops.. Tolhdo
,HeO had always tw ih'n l Ih'il( r "tla .,l by riggis s, i'e 75, .
sh d b I actl\ us 1t l tl t i lill's .1'ltAmily Pilt are the best.
o; itfd bee l n .Ilivo a n ;i m.t iorl cr t l h . .. ... ... .
i'party and a vworlr in i thi piary or- TO PAY DEATH PENALTY.
ganlli tiionl, but liid n,.vh r tic.1 a can- (- I- ....
: didatet for oilc,'. I Johnson, a Texas T'egro Assail
I Ihav had (i'al I ilnn, hi fore I knlo'w Doomed to the Gallows.
t;, three w,. i pno..iltl y o opposi- Tnn.fran. Tex., Junoi1--- l~Jhnsoni,
41 to liti to%11\I. 6 l v trer 'ro aItall-aint 6f 1M rs. Whitworth
S$on oto hian,) wri" o t .naitr Talti- be puhliely hanged l here today In
Sfeorr's career in l \\l ilnto. Lvcn the ail yard, the trial yesterday rosull
vmeoln hol) oppose hlitl hiavIl nlIo criticism I a vl.etdict of guilty and the Imp
Sto illuit 1po1n his public ;.,ts, so, far as ti { of .A th penalty -by the ocurt.
1I 1 I h ve b ititt'iibl to litid, iind i: ll i1inkly rhT.o trlal was very brief and w
aaknowletidg tiat h his -i'ir(l at Wanslh- the vordint was road Judge Dill
S ingtonii lii l n > x ,i ll, t, t s t t mLt- r aslkd the ngro itf thor. was
Of fual, Iloiridu hltiitta liti i,) -iiltor it) reason why _tho xwuntion should
her hiatorv h i'y uis to d higher'i u take place at on(e-. -Johnson as
tie tttinlitlil) it hit Ihllw ult'lei for a single (Ifty and the execution
that th i body, Iiil no i m i test ror- today between thMe hours o0
Oftt1(',ti '01i ilt ha d d ,W; rkvtd ioro coniistoi.i. ty or ti> sue- 2,1" l^i <, ltrod
-~ I ly lr l ,,lfr ,,I i. St ~ I tvc tlet was r dered,
,i8fia lly flor Ilthe wtl r of the lSt ,. Mrs. lttvorthi' condition s
: Theothi .,^ ari known to t ,ln tul critical. T -
|Il rt011t-illt il)h't 3 i Ii n I ll l t I'' l d Ilt l tt inillll-.i
r(pomtinr? thli-i li't I haivi; no intitn- ---
ioiou twhat.lotv ri.oi ini 'it \ii 1ri 0 to I l- Reconcillatlon Effected.
lfluelt thi;,l '-;till r',I ati \ dlM il a1ny' N-ahihvlle, Tetlnn, Jlino tL-A ret
Wla thiro'th Tlhe tlC'i.i lit..io. iii. i a e lltation lihas hee ieToTeted, etw
IInlquttiIliYly/ tiOn, t ii ,a.iuor the Nashville. Chattanooga and
T ellt'rro I, li ,'i,, r nn r. ak:it thin. louts anrd 1-rotherAlhod of IbtAomo
oo(d ii the t 1 :111 tht h tl, Flritnen after an estrangmonent of
o>p 1 1 "tt =i' l ," I It lt. yeirs. V he forotberhotxl was plR
IP IO l il t ti n at the-n time of then


.E STINGS CU0i lt -, i LUivAi\ lVM.

> a l.tt rll unt 1 . < ,> i ,t,) ..--
ia thfe Otlb r ,i ..id i -s .
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mian trouwlbe for thet reason that many
of It? member' violated theAr contract
by going out on a sm.pIathtlte strike.
Chaumberaial's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Revtrnehy
1 t 1,' \ wiht'rt' rereognwurid as tte. one
t-,,n>,ly Il;hit clut ultways ibe dvli'ntied
upon utld (t ia plot is plesAll to tkt, i
t.-,,I'tcittly )' ltiAldt' for [ t itttiulk te'r dii r-
. ; itti i 'cilihtdr i otllv'i1s of si vint l t g tle lives of a
I;,, nt,.'.ty chliod n t' t ach v etr. For
-I. by ai l dtru lgsts aud4 nmedicine
I l.


ow h t, Ariot $1 .
i( l,' t ..... i '.i. ... .a...:'vh'tol of U' thI.
Iit'rt-lse, tItO tldtil- :. ; i t i t>;0,',d' I A d't i17rituln and(l ttlte
toini to mlitt\c Ii.,' 1 ,,. ;t- .-,i-,;rt: stvt'tlty tiimns at it l .tiu'a niil, lalbcr t'eti'm y, last o-MOl
t o'aaen-that l : a
trty at lict ed-ite l
%'o have his beesF O =L.V *'
before a 1 u0 e was e-sIA. Rlpw reWeW-i


effected.
' The public will do0bIlea huf g;Ia to
hlelr. bCf this sit"ile and 'piensng
mftliod of fighting rheumatit',.. Who
wvou IldtIo lhad ly be sitng 6#,05 thiies
i order to get rid of aHi ache ir. some
joint? Busy people. might pnt ii their
SiithAy aft.rtoons being tnhng, aind
thoseir sho hate to call in doctors may
with a little practice perlp;r s train
thl-.s The sting cure ,makes it important that
nmA Iarpe family should be without a
hive -of' bs. In e inimercies of course
Oni of the ichildIruc night h( Rent to
the nli cilhbor to borrow ai fwv pDints of
he-t4', itit, it will always ho best tro h ave
OP'- ,owti tt1es whler they (an) bo
pretsid into service tSt ia Tiom it')s


the lo iineirt .. IIIching her hus-
tandY t .,id f. (cryin' .:-.. PO( kerlo told
liin'i f t )It porter', )indi ct..
i ;. -Pr'rl-o rl' ro !', the occrnr-
r1anc" t() the (on1d1 t actor of the train
ind t t ''I Pri-PI't! ..lanti f (ol ;'r)tny's) col ]dute-
tor': Th.n i'i)', i W\ i litn mipo ,rt he tol-
e r;I',', ; a rep r ia'!iaiv'' at Vl','ci toni to meat
the t::tin \I!t a i:' mi::n. The di's-
la.t w :i'. .t hl '
COn his rct ;rn t, N. Yorki Mr. Bwek-
erie wv-ote a i' r t I:. ,,.t T. Lin-
coln, .r'i ', It of tl P Il!;n:lm n corn-
p.:)y, al.n a ni i'isr Io ,i r. fC~u;satt, the
l)lrr.o "',t of the 1' ylvania voil-
road cOfmptny, to) h r ;Cles that
W reI( ot consI l r ,l,! :t.a<.'ctry were
riceltved. The suit f, I.n ved.

TWO SKELETON'3 UNTMARTHED.
Found With Arms Uplifted as If In
Appeal.
Pen nyan, N. Y., J .Itr 1.-Two l iii-
nan skeletons, hieo of a Uman and the
other of a woman, In a sitting pos.i-
tion, faelnag each other and their arms
,ipliited as if in apieal, have been
rptatrthed ou at farpr ti-ear Gorhaim.
'..ht skeoletons: were d-lieovered by
v hita, W.I' were digging a 4dJfchi on the
fart,.
The '%keleto-ns were placed in a box
and will he sro;t to sormie medical col-
Iego. The hbonso are unusually large
and the teeth of both are well preserv-
ed.

WILD WORK OF WINDS.

Town of Haskell, Tex., Struck 'by
Tornado.
DIalla, Tex., Jurne 1.-ewo ranchles
near Albany, Shackolford county,; hve
been destroyed by a tornado.
The teloparone and telegraph wtreO
are bmily crippled in that section.
The town of H askell wa. stick by
a toriado and 12 or 15 r esldencea and
as many more barns were blow dowi
and a number of pooilMe ierlquoly tIn
jured, among them wore Abe Joa4a
amd' wife, .Mrs. Scott aid i tarmer.


MNon-Irritatig

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*5uy totAe, ea'sy to *'

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Audacious Conduct of Negro Porter to A,- A
Lady Pass'nghar--.-!- 40
.Now or june 1.U .l.-A::- rirton .
or by A, nigr 4)orter l ', parlor,- ear "
wlie, oil hier wedding trip and -lar-
a3sed by insulting. questions that
brought on an attack of fright and
hysterics a.re t:.e 'legatia made by
Mrs. Olga A. Tr.re In a, sul tfor
damages brou 'lt ia the circuit court.
The d.-fendan'.s *are the Putllnan com-
pany and the Pensialvania Railroad
company.
SMrs. fe-rlerle !s 17 yctrs old and
the action was bought by iher husband
of two monthIs, Fiioederick Bechkerie,
who has beon made hi:s wife's guard-
ian. Mrs. Bockerl, e asks for $,..
Plri rii ,: P,'ekrr!. i sn hbud-'r:I es in.,. '
this i'ty. Ho ,Aa:- rtTrieii to M!s/
()O -a A. A 'etke rl' a il-t u' t relative,
I, i t i a', atYi e, I .. parents tt

St i., c
by ., {" .K'O t.. V ':,, _,<--. D. (t. N. h .
),: : *"-i o *" i In I v : :' n tk.^ vJ fh
'i ft : 1 2 I. 11 r! c F h (f1 With 0




1, ,, 1. warning isyrnptoms will
"b I, t lo a -a> rt o i t t .r'i.s.-r','
' 1. o1 n".., t.I i to- t Itwoman. She n s wo
: vi-, w;il- t ut., c ii r. .- th ont l
a. :vd to Ii d dl sevce a I1S. Fairbanks tells
1 ,; Iti.- u Itt Isha bA I.-- h erleal s tan warning Symptoms will
crida. hI li o Io -i- cariitIinu ia Mrs. *
I :. rlo r.>i t tI!lii huiiindicc aleout WO1ian. She thinks wo


Lydia E. Pinkhamas Vegetable Compound.
"DBEAU M[RS. PINKIIHAM:-Ignorance and neglect are the cause (,.
untold female suffering, not only with the laws of health but with tip'
chance of a curfe. I did not heed the warnings of headaches, orga 1ii
pains, and general weariness, until I was well nigh prostrated. I knew I
had to do something. Happily I did the right thlin. I took Lydia I
Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound faiitlifully, recording to directio;
and was rewarded in a few weeks to find that my aches arnd p.ins /i
appeared, and I again felt the glow of hclwtll tihroiuh my body. Si,
I have been well I have been more careful, I have also advised a numnicr
of my sick friends to take Lydia E. liitklisai's Vegetable Conm-
pound, and they have never had reason to be sorry. Yours very truly,
MRS. .MAY FAIRIANKS, 216 South 7th St., 31innc;>pelis, 3inn." (Mrs. Fa r-
banks is one of the most successful and higie.L salaried travelling sales-
women in the est.)
When women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful nmenstrn-
ation, weakness, leuoorrhc3a, displacement or nulcration (f the womb, tint
bearing-down feeling inflammation of the ovaries, backache, bloating (or
flatulence), general debility, Indigestion, nTid nervous prostration, or are
beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, Llasitude, excitability, irri-
tability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, I" ll-gone and-L" want-to-ble-
left-alone" feelings, blues, and hopelessness, they s,;hould remember there is
one tried and true remedy. Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound
at Onee"removes siuch troubles. Refuse to buy any other medicine, for you
need the best.
S"DEA-R MRS, PINKIIA:,' For over two years
I suffered more than tongu-c ',an express with
kidney and bladder troulle. My physician pro-
nounced my trouble catarrh of the bladder,
caused by displacement of the womb. I had a
frequent desire to urinate, and it was very pain-
ful, and lumps of blt ?d would pass with the
urine. Also had backache very often.
"After writing to you, and receiving your
aI- ) reply to my letter, I followed your advice, and
feel that you and Lydita e Pimkhl nias Vege-
-7P r^-s table Conpoutid liavo cured me. .The
11imedlicine (dr iew my w women l)into its proper
place, and then I was well. I neyer feel
Sandy Iain now, and caln do my housework
...... ...with ease."--Mi.Ali.. Ac LAC,. x, Kincaid, Ais.
e' dc8ne for female ills In the world has received
i a p i Udn tallied endorsement.,
'kb* iunvitis all s ie women to write her for advice.
SlPe 1 drthousiids, heaIlth. Adares, Lynn, oiass.

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D' DAILY TN:9tT" I ES
.itE.. *. DA .. SI--- ... "-IN1"-7


Cured Thousands, Will
Cure You.
are trotnbld with kidney or
troubles, .lch as dropsy,
i diseitse, catarrh, gravel of tlheI
', albmimc in urine anld utill
deposit-, o- too frequent dis-
of the urine., pat in in the back
adder, dropsteal swelling of the
nd legs, etc., etc., we gunirapttc
by using Smtith's Sure Kidney
.a complete c .nre will he eflf'eetd.
re 5) cents and $1,00. For sale by
ON BROS.
UR FSION TO ASHEVILLE.
h Cars by A. C. L. on Occa-I
n of Educational Meeting.
xcursion to Ashlevillo onil tlh
Sof thei llec'in,' of the Souith-
cational Ass',ciation will leave'
ille on illondiay aftlrnooln
th. Tiho Ai iainic Cloast Liln i
red to firniish throtgiih carsl-
is city, stand the re will be no
froin tLaitievilo Al .\heville.
ndersigneid, who hias bee'i tap-
State manager for Florida oft
e Soutilitrn Ie tti'at ional \Asmo-
and the Nati onal lAlIticatioital
iioni, which will tli't in lBos-
y 6th to loth, will itronally
ny lhe excnirsiolllld and will be)
to a. W:ver any i.u iniiu itions
thereto.
ltes will lioe r're for thel
ip plus $2 t nitnml)tmrlhiip fo(,
til .TJuly 10th, with privilege of
1n of limit to O)ctobr O10hi,
mni(nit of lifty c''il t oi 'ilt'
Stinio (if d potit in Athevilli.
id trip ticket from aiets-
[ e $1.,X(, iunclndingt ennilt'r-
,e association-by far the low--
ve*r granltied fro'i thii point.
m nd of lthe Sky." of which
is thie evintur, embodies more
ithouttid sqar61 milesi, aud
ry viewed from llioe ncar wiu-
lute lhas no ('iinil iln Ainerica.
itins who wish to take a vaca-
1 home camnoti ind lower rAtes
desirable dkest iina ion.
derlsigied its now in comm iu-
with hotels ind boarding,
oth in Ashevillo and iil the
ing country, niidl he would be
o 0 ittiwer iany inmqmri's on tihe
SINO. W\. \\II> 'I\N,
(Gainosville. F'a.
ORGANIZE LIBRARY.
the Twentieth Century Club,
orking Hard to That End.


ta of the 'I'wentieth
inauij rated ia plal
f public library
t \mhit end. They
OrtOperatiou of tlim
oo6n as they have
flifacl thaTi a library
4in :laiwnsvill.


c'litury
for es-.
a1ud ar l
hope tO,
retadltig

can be


I olemti in Iti d hi I l. -tintu niilve tt u i,.o .
SCias y at the Bait-1W, \V. \Woodig,
ass listed by (o Tyner, .
Pete Ai.tn Cttsen Alarm.
Tc ,, ,' .'rq I : Mirtlrtni'uo. ,Traw
[.-a- e.(',c-,t !,{ elml ntf..t 1 t b1 1 s N een n
a ; d by t r l t a t '.y C.
tI ,l Tho o general council
'i i, ii.!' t'.lit toe e -acu .ou a< '
. . L { u.' Lur lttr :)iart of the island.

L 'I a' :o ,' ''. 'v ,''- ki'i o 'ilt l- r of :l! n i11
* \, ."' ll tho t',llowi int i bit orl' futu .fro .i
tie i.',w :s ii ,Io irtiil, but no iuor1 tl,.>' i
iru hlit ,xe fit etl.e tiavetn keI.r w-w o ho 11 l4. t11-0 o it t-x0-
ei'ik'lr o wit h n ii unl k tUull lild lportimell, of
wNomii nliai.ly reo called, but few ge it)p:
A ltih;4tty hutl .'r from Ilostoi "puit
itp" t it 1 qtltatt little Maltme hot;tehy
IlId !IIot'L w,vol ir thie otlteo that hei wish-
<.d to io k tl:'d tat hnal pai *t'in thie
itiorninii, Slharp it tht at ttet- tle inext
loornli^ otteu a thimnifluog ill at his
"All ri.in'! tI'l be down h1 a 1it a
ute le' calr'd ml ttnSfli.d viJdo flo:a u.uader'
Iho quilt -, ('
"YoU et ull) Ore now nind, Aln tlhis
rocelpt!" coil.it nt it d, U it lt Cy.
"he tetlelpt?W \ht hriOeilpt?" hliittuedI
a very wideitinako volue, uad th bt
qtlucaked loud.ly,
"Watl,"' grunted UJI'cho Cy, tlOli't
cItlkerl'atte to lhve y liimplitig down Lto
the ofih, at 0cbock daearlag that ye
tin't been t).' lk<'d." "a

The teahebur ol' f&rttutit8r ai4l rhthorvI
aud thou Ita All, l^Wil ,
w rote a .*iQatC t


senten3 tt* -10 i W li

tbow' wer". i:It
* : n t : ' t i.


it-ee hit charge is vei ry i e tti
%iVk' tile books aiid tuoty ,
y i Oll 10 th lIdies of the : 00 **
mos i hotue Or
ti as ono a poss-ible. 1o wate b t e ola t
'ne books from angry one .
Sseept$abl. to the comrmit- lt
hairma? i Was, beert ip p int- it
e tdolk and money, and atll
itbe onat to Mrs. Tho i, ..P.

Otlfnlg School Board. I
;itr monthly meeting of Oth psit l
S4 A acbus (ounty was j*** the boug
r,*Oy' one 4(ly earlier than i oivinctnprrof that thit kWe
Site, owing t,0 the exam-sln der aro.f or t to Dr.
ehfe,. which will ebgin sre h5 emfot In 0t. h ki
Chte* -:..e 4.. that r, Knr ai i
i wa*vold of altal-thing of ot, t. great ksdne/ r ey uiffi
ot0ft, h oIhlr lhan the i -t w .- i hrI t h" rIJI^i Aauit. 4W t
Je.i.w eacherc. Tte re- ., k ah, agi, r ctrtre ts t. n it
|' t th 4 teaeh fre next tueeting, whMii a til, or b1d eff tot P .0 1 1 u W I( in0
. i libe IM 1* t4d. rlher r. 'itei w- 'r n .i tht utnplasit
epinlvar routine of bisiw#ue t5ic t dcy bi 5 d t' g* tre
j rn n l ii th e t d i g t'he t 4 1Y, 7 it a i -
i n Jl uln j Aly y.. .h C S t f ....R. m .. .
d a Good Rait, te' niai sI. .h -' tItso I woat,"
It he& tIh t 'tiftt uho dai4t cueA -of thae md i m ,t p e .'1 tft! s 1 c i A .
Poir.y states that be .%Sot r L,- t es,.
;weI htsapy, for they wer*4: r;YoU ,y *ht'e a si| t' U

O*ft-itwo.. andl thv tr.p and s bo.k Ot1t ls
y, benefited and art phI t MOIO >.,It0.'1SEja
#,owlwth. 16e r1atliy.i Ti

M 2t:fl:4 &tC1 : Th Ua .* Memt W S***


,LLE, FLORIDA, JUNE 2, 1903
.|. '.... :
OneCet' WtOCOR. t


Arthur Sipprell the Boy Lee- Those whotiawve ver fet : t-en, cutting pains, or witnessed the inttelnsa
turer, Will te Big tHit. I offering of otherS, know t'.t h,.amnatism ij torture, and that it is right-
turer, Wi Make Bi ly cled' The King ofP l'a1:.
-- Alldo notsuffTeralike. ,' 'tne are suddenly sciz-'d with the most excrucia-
LOCAL TALENT ALSO SECURED ting pains, and it seem ev i muscle and joint in the body wast bing torrn
....... . asunder. Others feoelontilv'i .'i-tin l s .li t patln. e f ekis r m.nth h tl
Some of the Finest Vocal and instru- a sudden change in the we.thlror etxpiP;ure to damp, chilly winds or night
mental Artists n the City He Con- air brings ota n fierce attack, l;ating, for days perhiap', and leaving the pa-
mental Artists in the Cty Hveient ith weakened con ittion or crippled and fr:ud fo all tune.
sented to Appear, and in All the En- An acid, polluted condit, i.n oft ti blood i tlic c ...ie of evCiy fortit and
tertainme- t Will ba Good. i variety of Rheumnatismti, Alt tv'tl.lr, t'titlalt. Autte C'!t,->tle, ltIilanator5y
.and Sciatic, bant the blood oIu.St 1( p -ureI, :.utl lAnkd b cfre thete is ani
There is no doubt but tha t im tn- cnd to youraches anldpaini. 'i c..nail ni .tonu4, tlie ue of linitnetnts rid
tertain ntit an leotore to It given plasters, dolimuch toward, tII trv ri;f, kntI. `iu1 z. ntt(It does rnot reach
in this city on the evening tof Thur- the red causeorcleanr.seiit' 1loolJ; :t I, the grettet f all
day, the 4th inst., will be one of ihe blood un rifiers and tont :. :s '. I n ft.t '.v .- U t, ald eutlraI-
; e njy; bl local 'l ,vt in t-the poison uis acids l I ; r. ;i ..'- ;- ;. 'loO It -1
ji tos t rj iy n. h lo l r ir ts < 10,, { i, ',t. ,^ th..'p.l t' :.'.S ( ,1 'i iv '' ,.it i. l Ita k i ti
held htero this ;.-,tsolo Thel .e inertaii- 1 1 i d u-ti lu d lm s
rnint, wiill b eI h.ld! fr lIt' h ie n lit. of the vft'tt lcI -" 1 1 s '; .it 't lted nrt.es aire
();tk H ll ; a1 1111eilch s it. lha 14-t1i post|i)(l 1." lo I tonol uI, t : tl .' < *....' \"-.' alhlc r mnedy.
cointI odatt the ,ople and ot1i.-r it.- If you have Rheumatis:ii ',tous, itt',:. p1, \ ; \ [ tll1ti tur with-
tr.ictions on twio o .t li it. iS ito ou t charge any iforluatio :.ir-d, i i -l our book oon
hoped tlhat ThuMl;iavy 'vonir, wi:l Find llRheutttatismi. .7 .g ''L.. ; ",.i .n .ATA GA.
iT la-e croitv d i\ lin t op era_ -i.. --- .. ...o -- .--- .o
The proirtint ha bt veIrty c raeftiltlv
rg am ,l VJ lW D1l


st


eltei. ed :ll: Piano solo-- !is 'lyrtrle i"'fi:rlL0
local solo-J. A <;oolni.
C('o0ion so1;.--i ei 'orgo y';r.
Arthur Sipiprll, the idy e rtor--

iain t'.vle iin ds lt uirt r eto--'r y-
,fr, lIarin t t, ;:Shellih ld, I a\'th il'0orl-


' .'" '.- i-.; i r .ict on c,"
. s ,.T ele- t ,>. .i l ;I!,. ta iW:,
.,,1 U ia l a ,:.i..<:i, . .. t i , l ';:tv
rete i' 10 o C i


A.or.n tonwortorwov
Sti. 1 heluad lt niet forOne Cent -ita W o 4 I i t l lvn e. emt ilf-sertlor lo.


i n A n i .i -lt 1 : ; w ill t m r a t ',
... ......... rn '


'UO YOU W 'iilt i tt il'\!l.' lilt ;t"it(ll)0 1 f i(itto tt"*
D0 Y IUn tll 4v', I i II "it t'" i.t I" I4 t- t fS 44 1
o iillf'1it ..'lt hl, Itt. tl i tI I i 1ttt iay Ont.
t iff t'i-s. ait.u s )!',t-, a0. aiiXVt1 I t elf i l l l
t Ia'iAIt'. u. I -w I'la.c,- vo ti'lr ow- ,
o n It o. t .'t Ai ,

\\it \ 't n i .eni> itt .'IIt'll 1101 ,lI' l i, It .; i ', .
)\V T i' il' *t M in to. i I ,' i .

I'o l s ,( ;J N l \ -,,l.> I OW , n l l hO I t' ; i ,l-:o

S 1It N, i k N
*l\ r, \ o in i .t un t.'*> iil


I9i uios,


.. i i"Thevtemnoorn ,i\

t rd r l ti;l t t vir
'''e5 I


acts on th
vit; cures ':h; 4

W e a f ^ H MaliSbtrli, Dilious*< Remitthin and. hidl'-I
C verstinld ty S goil to the seatof tii

PtTY gas B*m e usquesses wll~lla*

ENDEL


F i .! ida


M W'1Ve\ W,.1t toTaikTI
6`0' I^' l;tl in Pt'(ir e ( j t hi4nf f
t*f I y t ', 'r'ite < oI I. M, u r i t.' iflhr ;o i< At i' /,,t/ ,'/ f 7 .A.
4'f Oty part; / &/ i/ fnoo/^ :*/.' tiw ft' /
wua hAs rt':V .iw itti i i tt "r *

TO TIE Al:l WiO'S SGSMFT. I G OF
SA: t :PPERT ON DRESS.


Wilhy ir itt lt t swltewitkd ltu'i
hi (iitHl,' illt vtir patroots?
S'lVWhy d4o Ixltirt!i Oin (idres fits ii-
rlably buy Ith.i u. 7 -

klllii wht t lty wil'tt; IIt cloth' .
tg -- atd Ltheir dlite'iintiwio)
tel r ti herm ,we haJvOI LI.


nlH verts4 ur/ thi wPy Ai hIf "tht
opo tpien f were put i f/q fte vrdi
, 0 w;h .. fa do.i''rittri in t 'ro/,tsf ,
vil.', fdiwh sio ly Or *twdrH.w'r f ,



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Af 00se
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S \hl \.i I .l. ,ii t imin ou'iy fro-"

OVER THIFTY TW- YEARS
w without i l Hili If itihrV Jr y3t0

s rv ie ty t hu


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8AV ANN A 11,

JOHN k MURPHY, Mgr.
ENTA IdMI, 11P A I70




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i tAlt.WAY INDiCTED.k:.
lt. Providlntg Separate Comrpart
snte tsfor Whites and Blackasb
entmpldil, June 1.--'wd Inndctments
5 e been returned by the grand jury
of this county against the street rail.
Yj company for not complying with
tle0 act of tho last logrslaturo of Ten-
|,itee requiring separate compart-
V .afts for white and negro passengers
09 street cars.
iAn effort will be made to secure a
iarhing of the Ceaes In the criminal
ourt today, it being the Intention
'.the street car., eImany to plead
,iilty In both cases so that the hear-
im. way be immediately taken to- the
.:ipreme court of the state, which is
Pow in session, and a deeolaso-n a po
e:, condtitutionality of the act had at
'It is maintalned in some quarters
' .that thOe Street Railway. company .fa-
S roRd Ind4ctments so that a superme
'"ourt decision could be secured at an
early;da .... 1 y.
LITTLE TOWN FIRE SWEPT.
Claxton, on the Seaboard Air Une,
Suff oers Severely.
Savannah, Ga., June 1.-A epeclal
to tho Savannah Press states that the
little town of Claxton, on the Seaboard
MArr,J ne railroad, and about 40 miles
from' Savannah, was visited, by a so.e-
vere fire this morning at 1 o'clock.
.ob Pickens, general merchandise;
Mrs. Sirnmmoms, millinery; D. C. Wat-
i er, jewerly; Mr. Lewis' dwelling; Hen-
Sl)DeLoach, green grocery; Willle
Wilkinson's residence; 1. R. Plippln's
S reldence, McCormick Machine compe-
ny's billding were all destroyed.
Tho DeLoach hotel was also threat
S ene but was finally saved.
COTTON 18 8CAROE
Prom nont MIIll Men Buying Wp All
They Carn Get.
4 raeon, Ga., 'June 1.-Prominent
l. men from different sections of tho
country have -been In the city for sev,
eral days buying up all the cotton from
local milll they cain get.
One local mill sold part of its sup-
lily at a net profit of $15.000.
Purclhasers offer cons lderable profit
over the original price paid, as they
cannot get cotton to asuyply the de-
mand from northern mills.
Cotton is scarce and none on the
market; and it- can only be gotten from
the mills that have supr Ues on hand.
Gordon* Seek Injunction.
Atlanta, June 1.--'Mrs. Fanny H.
Gordon, wife of General Gordon, and
owner of Sutherlanid, the beautiful
home of the famlrly In IJrlkwood, hea
fleld At Petllon against the Georgia
Railway and lniectric company seek.
Ing an Injunction requiring the corn
p~any to maintain and operate the At.
lanta-Decatur line which skirts Suth.
erland ground. Mrs. Gordon alleges
that if the car track Is abandoned,
which Is about to be done, the Suther-
land property wll be damaged at least
$7,040 by the cutting off of the mneth.
of ingress and gross. It will also,
ohe alleges, damage her In a way not
to bo moasurod In dollars and cents by
preventtng her friends in Atlata aZ4
Dfcatur from visltlng her as 1bey h1yr-
t)ooU ac'custoitod.
Chinamen To Be Bounced.
Montgomery. Ala.. June 1.--'onXU
lia l anid Doc She, two Ohtnamen Who
-scavaped fromI a Unlted Statst deputy
marhlial nea.r here, who was carryig
40 of thom to Ban .ran deported for violating the Cb-1in e ex-
elusion act, wore tried 'b.fote Oom-
lulshionir Klmore, who i*aued an order
of deportAtlon, the firat ever issued Is
Mont gomory,
Prominent Journallet DIee.
TuakenlO, Ala.. June 1.-Max ~ea.'.
nett Thrlihet, a jourtnallt and auttho
of prominence, whose home is In 1boe-
I on .'.l lhri' ,a tcrday while in at-
o~ni:,,,, ;', ,1 \\:,,v.) tihe (,ominvnien emeut exo
:,, 11,e Tuako' lu e Inatl"ttuto., WI
ody\ he.i .r,,i, shlpp.e.d to Coventry,


Vt., for huri ..
A Costly Mistake.
Bluuders aro sometimes very expen-
sivO. Osensionally life itself Js the
price of a mistake, but you'll nier be
wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills for dyspepsia. dizziness, head-
nahe, liver or bowel troubles. They
are gentle yet thorough. 25. at all drug
stores.
When Imlr lando!pIh Churchill visit-
Od tho diftiowi tie:lds of Sto'th Africa.
while l<,kog at n hutIo par ionde he remn arkcl. "All for the vani-
ty of woman." A lady who beard the
t*eoark added, "Aud tMe depravity of

The flirt Amneruian neWispacpr wen
PulHcb OccUrrences. It appeared in
Boaton in 10e0 and was jiromptjy mUp.-
.... .,d by t ,.ovr iunut ut the 4oA"


True


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H..FDUTTON & CO0
S0 COON DEPARTMENT
"G-fl TT -FLORIDA

HIGHEST fP=4 llAID"OO m SAND COTTON
I. au ow t, r6 o. Sa I Quatlte.
Advat oeB xade. Warehouse ohkge f .ree. .'i.n ofe
ade by letter or wire. Correpod
.... g() c : )li.te . *


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Retairs. s.it obllb~* -." .


Staple and Fan' Seel
A' Complete atoparal, eardi Swi aspi aers. .
SOUTH S AID 84"&;M.1.E r \ ;' ASL||| LLU.


ihest market prio e upaid ,to cM n.a


A Complete e *te
an.Ri


LotPAts**


'LOW,
I..


Strictly a


I1'


Family


Beverage.


Of the


83,790,300


rnL


Bottles


used in 1902,


The


for home use marks the declining popularity of


the decanter-on-the-sideboard


and


is the


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WASIINQTN NEW YORK ASKILLE and
and. EAST. l..HOT SPRINGS, I
CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. "THE AND OF TiE
The NORTH and WEST... m The Sapphire Cou<



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three-fifths was consumed in households.

increased demand for


greatest factor in promoting the cause of


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jtEWARD*'i,-.

tonPasaes Away at- +1.
me ii Texas.


the Searchlight, published
Rxas, giving an account of'
lion. A. B. Denton, and I
sture of him, which weo
cannot produce on ac-*
'having a photograph of
Searchlight, Bays: "Mr.1
ine of our esteemed and I
Ir oldest pioneer citizens.
lembered he died 'at 7:80
Pruning, April 3rd, 1903.
ipell of sickness. lIe was
ar. Mr. Denton was born
, from which State he
ama, and from there to
settling on the Sabine
,. southern portion of
ibut that portion has
`off, forming a part of

coming to Texas Mr..
Ied Miss Mary Boyd,
Boyd, Sr., of this city,
to, deceased, and Mrs.
a was daughter of this
about 1853. He moved
and some time after
dances Virginia Walton,
eorgla Simpson, and to
born eleven children,
re dead. Those living
a Orie Culberson, Ada
;ollie McGee, Rosa
rtie Smith, Messrs. John
ink Denton. His wife


This
famous remedy
doefor theatom-
*ch that which It
la unable to do for
Itself, oven if bu
allthtlv disorder


SLike
a Comet
An the sky cormel
the star of health
\ to the weak and
X weary despon".
\dentdyspoptlo.
S curtng o all
it troublea and
A I fs b


SOUTH ERN .AI1WA1
Alderman] in Connection With ATLANTIC COAST LINE


([SiooeamW8 to SeI1lr&
Over Dutton & Co's Bank,
Speia .stteaton to Crown
Phone 7o 0 4_'
yB QOOBDOW B. TISOX


. Oraduatte BttlimorlO CoUOe Th,'tul Surgery
Five years' eax*rleOoe. t Ne w York Cuy.
Crown, Bridge work and FilnUt S'1%oe'haltites,
AML, wo U. GAAUrN i).
DarI0 x. E.tnmU3tLpOK. GAI? tnSy nH.i. Ft.
DIt. .. EH. P1EXSO ,


4r overburdened. disorder,
S41\\\ Sout h Side SUatre. uinve."vir'. PFia
Kodol
supplies the natural 1Jarnes 1, PooU, I orss' txe hlt; front smtth's
juices of digestion and k \ --
does the work of the.
stomach, relaxing the W. PATTON.
nervous tension, while 10. CIVIL LNGWINMUR AN ) SURtVEYOR
-thw Inflamed ntusoles GaiR)T-raEW.ntflA- ..
and membranes of that o
organ are allowed to wilu every section of la th Ao.utia oouty.
rest and heal. It cures Oorrespondenae soloite4.
Indigestion, flatulence., ,--
palpitation of the heart, J. DEMPSKY,
nervous dyspepsia and FURNtTimU P oIA IID
all stomach troubles by ad lM.t4 u,.
cleansing, purifying and
strengtheQing the glands. LOOKING 0G.A8S H I-s ItLV ER12D.
membranesofthe atom- We buy or sell l'Airituro. or can ootiract
ach and digestive organs. with you on the'oouibJt.AII liFa-A. Patroutte
soltOitedl and iallafact4Ol.ain ways.
K0d0A Y""+'"""""
Kodo sPAIN'TINGC \ND
Tour Dealer Can SupiLr Yea. PAP R M A 0 N NoI
Bottles only. $1.00 Size holding 2% tiMM GAINESVILIII, .t.'LOtE)DA
the trial size, which soils for 5c.....
Peimred Wby C. DWITT rO CHIueAa. ...


t Mr. Denton held the -. A ent for DEi~CRATOIS' WALL PArPItR
COMI ANY. No* York.
Lector and assessor of ,...
y for several years and BOI)IFORDil & McCOLLUM. 0oo. U. WAI.XM1 &AMUSvM, T. SIATLW
cient officer. In 1847
nP the southern portion of MEN AND VIOMEN- WALKER & SHAYLOR
there were about forty s t r unnatural
e neighborhood, of which OUo d ,ierj.Isenihiu tion,. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
G ramt Irritations or ulcerations
f the last that survived Not I triaur. o o nfu oubraneu.. Jacksonville Florida
S- reate realwgrlo. Psllilel, uilt, not Ja korlnvil.le. Florida
A. De.nton was an uncle MHEEVANS CiQfMIOA gent or poinouts,
Haile and clerk circuit Omeo0InATO i sroa hb a ltrm. 4-8-02
V ..A. or sent In plain w rapper, ....
is county, H. C. Denton, by exprse. prepaid for
.00. or C AottFoa tS. A"E BELVEDER' F
uncle of Mr. J. V. DeLoli C circular ent on rto ueYb
WM. SCHILLEI. lroprletor.
... TpO 'THE PTU I 182 W. Forsyth at., Jncksonville, Fla.
Weather Weakness. Oppoilto Potomollo.
el fagged out, littless and We, the undersigned, hereby agree
energy, you are perhaps to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining plaoo in city. Filn
rom the debilitating effects paint who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors aid Cigars.
trweather. These symptoms any paint standing upon any metal
at a tonic is need d that surfao as perfectly and o o long a WE END,
e a healthy appetite, maLe time as u... FIE WJNE8, T4QU()R & CI GARS
perfect, regulate the bowels + 'G.XAHIT E TijAAIC JOHN IMStK.i Proprietor.
1rpart. natural activity to the We guarantee GRAP.HPIT ELAB- l-s w. nar a k.. J.akonville.
er. This, Herbine wil .do; It i a'O pa oeotalo o tti tw o a. -a h. Ion
tonic, laxative and restorative. H. J. pl l 2 6y. of the ... oo hus tre whnd 4naso nDiln '
and.a Wel'glIsfi to eall me wl.en InJakcs#onvtur
w. H 6 "r=pe a w 4p
SFreegard, Propr. Grandid ew otel, tro .... .nd wheI p. ......
Cheney, Kan., writes: a :uo or a eeaooongt udlW t1i01 t '". mI
. ierbne for the p twelve y and Wear perfectly fo a rrid o#f tfve N I AiKOVILLE
'nothing on earth can beat it. It was years, and we agree to furish, free Of .; ,."" .ViSit the----
| recomTmended to me by Dr. Newton,l charge, all paint necessary to repaint Ti E ORY IAL AtLOON AND ROOF
SNewton, Kan." a0 at Johnson Broa, any surface where It haA proved 0* ,GADE, D .
e ...o of ei+ - ~ fotire. igned, The betd quloet I tMeltiy. F.nter-
A Marked Step in the Directin of Theatona Paint *n VarnIsh o try n t at
True Temperance. C.e.vea Oh t, u1. .6. A.
Thedecanter wih strong Intoxicants, We take please in an'g h' "- o'-"""
which from the earliest history of our pha :elu r o oltZ o U
country was found in almost every -4A' ty. 0'r -it We XI1. ieTMi AtLDA-D
owrne, in the cupboard of almost the AIt A pLUM.uN TAMU9seU BT
I umnblest cottage or on the sideboar4 i a Staa ( .
O: the mansion, is practically a thinl. :: .
O(t0e past, and is a .nardtep U kptl A CArI, ... uqrzzw
the direction of true tempe rnce. Thi ..T '
|s aiostly attributable to: te Introdt i A aa~. 14*1a andt uwafse
i of and the now unlveral ue t "i ,,
l botltd4 beer in households. .' *
*n the early seventh he Oubeater

be t uoder the paste bng tm
a wsre the first bto br fo
*xpt# suoessfully. AIWays follow- .
Sthi tootto in brewing, "So hw 2 to p
p b how good." an ontantly 2 to 2 P
th~~e Oer$ to secure the most modern S*irt .c.,h. l: R .*
|aseil*ney and applying the ^ b.mh5ri Wo rt#rr at.IronI.rautt
,et. fo bottling, the venture proved a :. ...'.. ..rbr .
wrtm ftli stoceus. From a small b-...
ianIing ..ther. boulnesf ftpidly I-"'. % I .ptho lin. l
F.easdaIht during the. year +9., (',.*j::, Gam, itlnao
e nmptto .: of B.Bodweiser alone .W. at .. ..
so!.be the s .-abplons figure of 8 8,790,-
| 1) bottle and proves conlusively tFF l' FFBE F
'that thi holeome and refreoshlig


Salaer ist tie ddat rd of quality* L
aamtest Proof of it worth WO
!the I~tSU ,iwltationts both. in native olt
| n ,mlioilrit*,fhlabel, constantly Of Quk ( idie. te.oi
Isag plc% ied 6 the market by urisru- ...n INHlA, A... "
p.*.ils ,cotpett -v AAsb_ LX,0lE ~R FF
Fight wm beit.. iof la-r,.
Those who will persist it closing ST LOiisau4A1 Wiwl
Their ears inMit the ontIonaal ree- +W tIIa4' g*t" '
Sommsdatio0n of Dr, 1u.g's Iew Dian- D I
o"~ry for consumption, Wil! hlae a 4oa E,. E:W ORLEAKM 0
logad bitter f.ght .wit.h lhett and All Points' Re.t& *
blees.,I t no. ended .ertiee by %t sthr Through lk.te iiLa I. V1 gg
aI',nlat"on. Rad w$h"tT.'. ,-Bylofr all ralroa coMpon tt Ae o
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Nov., Il l tt01 1-0 "Thlwe lZo rBHlm Wioltod,'" Pu)iman ulrawlgw room lotwingl tt 41r4, t)obWoin
Ja11 k Mivilot mu li( ltono L AW. l lhWtr<.'irH, lull,.
l)iittiigcnmr. Appolv totiTlketb Agent for oRe mervations.
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No, 30 No.ai Noq,3 Between Jacksotrville and Now York 0 o.0 No.8 04 F
7 5 p is o n o0 1 Lv. Jnoksonville,l ... S Y....... .. Ar. 69 0O ,4 a
S p l v. J asup a .- .... ................. Ar. I.5 il) F F
12 a 4 S Is1 6 n I.v. Savm u h, A ....... ............. A 0 10 0
t)000 930 6 Ie p Ar. Columbiat. N. ( .. .. .. .Lv, 7. 5

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0 M a. 1W .1 l_0 i Ar. tnrli lottl Vo . .. ............... Lv. 0 > .. I OS a
I17 a 411 II I Ar. reensboro. N, .. o ...............Lv. .8 i l 0 t 45
0t lI 31 15 IV'N Ar. anvkil4e, V ..... ..............Lv. I& ta t S i so


4 To 3 a 4 Ia Ar. CharlotteiStvine. V .. .................Lv. I 4 1
6 10 p t 13t2 4O Ar. WCshngrton. D. C *,. V.... .v .. l06 1 4" 1:0
I i56 a i t 1 I 0111 Ar, h A or, ................ Iv. 5it [ 1
I it 4 I 1 I 4 3 p "Ar. Now York ..........J v .. . ....... 1. 11 I 1
Nos. t li t -"The Southorn hlUut ltuitd."' Solid vestlbuled train ot utlln tin Orawint
oomi1, om1uptirtrment, VhIh', compPtiite, obstOrvatton tul ln dining oarm botwon Joeiksovillo ani
Now Yoik, Anlve ulu" extei.qt Moilndiys: ,l x1ve. taly exeooet SUit rldys,.
No&. 3 ,mitd 31-"New Yoilt t and FliOrtdat xprows." lt'llhmun tdrawlng room sleopinhtors mitd
inning ears bots eon Jl tckusoullvil ulnd N.,w York. Cstitsh utuo10. I)tily.
Nso, .3 un.t 3 "'wushliitton1nt td l'Ihiitt lunitted." 'ullman drawing room mluoitl tr .';' ar F
otwteetn Jlitol N .*T! l t',wY on c'klunmbht ind Vai l W ashin| on. ........ .
No.) .3 Thr(igh tho 'Lanil of the Sky." N. so
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I0. 0 .h A. lcino.s t A n......... ... . ........... ... .... . . A r. i '1 h)
8 A a0 ) It Ar. MaotLn t ... ... . .. ..... .. . I It 11 (X1
10 5 IN) Ar. I', nton. it%.I o15 iSto0
t4 70 ,0 Ar, Alo tOlt, t .. . .......... .......... ii'
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S W 8i n 1S 1 s Lv, (', ioltinuitl. i. io.......... you. r e ....... .. ....... ... A r. a 7
.3 7 W lp i2t 4h AAr.S tlovaiulo. M ........ .. Lv. 0 oa t O.
T 7 ) Lv. ir, x(n ton. I y.. ..... o I iy. .. .... .... ... ...... A r, 10# 6 Ft W F
10 3n 15 A v, Lo uvllh , h . t... I e. '- ... Fn .... ... 0. . Lv, 70 T a 4
S 1 7; A', 4 u. S tuu.rt, Mi o ... ....., " 0.... L'v 1, O 1 HI
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S, .) Hl I 0 ) L v, 0Ljou vllt|, l ," ........ INiii >. L .. ... ................ v, 7 > .
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and Chlninintai., A rrivos (dilv exeompt, Monluty; let ve, (hidlly tixt sloit dmtaimys, -''rUllhuiltInn
rawwingl rooil tl1pt'tln olIrm to> Chiolitt)o vit I>li Foir to Ctivi'land< vta 111a Fnur; tt o IlttkbUrif
vli I 'voisvlv,,oii l.U'ns., l.lbrr.ry olmtorv tlol l.i to iI,oxImvlI ,. lt"itoii'ttliiss *tloronml tlaro titllt
to Chultttlonoait, l llign oiur to (lthlnltiitl, Almo T'lu K'iy, 'lhutrmaly ntmul d ttitiurl)y, thronuill
Pulitllnlun "leelpinHoktr to Dthirolt.
No., Ill itlil 14 -'"l'tli F'h rtlor i nmltO .'" ,i1ld v(sltitbll( triton. lullilatlt lPrwilit M rOTOr11 leep-
Inag e'ars, lMIt-olmLlltmlF tli'ro'lfh, itrtl(r4 mollatxh natil. 'l'ihro inilI l'u lrnai ini ii i ti ltO rooiit sIOplil (Oliootg4 vIA'.It n, 'i)1 % lVt1nlj It 4l4 ., Dltllyl y.


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'ithe le adg ng inftsot of'.
'was a business v hohy n

Thero will be a Weting 'of ColTsx:
oF, 4 belkhI Lodgj :N 1, O. F., in
'Alab oic Hall, Wetlnejiy aft 8 p. n,
-' *M is u., O. I-IAioN, Noble tia.. .
Rloz W. C. Caldwell,21
oSpriAgs, editor of that," e0s0
pitl:, the White Springs Herald,^ speW
S., jort timn .Sundiiy in this city.'
'1, S, N. Waters of the C. F. X. Car
l I.ies has arrived in the city from
S Augusta, (G., and will remain .Ie- ;e
throtighon t the catm.alo0tip0 seisoll..
'C1 l)iky of High Springs, Ju stlei'
Absblutely Pure. J A. Chami.blin of Archmr 'atid J. W.
t REIS No SUIB5 TT ian of ade w n those
.Wmho paid thiis city a visit ye terday.
Dr D. L. Tenclh returned Suinday
front Beahre'zow, where he attended
Y he meeting of the Florda Dental As-
sochiatiou. I'e wams honored the with
distinction oresirltf-tt'itpr.
.I 1g, t nl Ili find the
coizmt It lu l r-m ,hd 1701rns at the
rlniron U ttise ,- Annex, 75 cents per
of Gon-ral intere wek lit ,,2. Alo, se vral rooms for
''' ad by Our weportcrs. 'A b i-ke 'g. Aply Bwn
K'y'- -..nith.... K mi hpt, will
PERSQN AL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Servt- ice r"tnami at Miatoti's parlors
-- "" rldIy, :ioinm.12 to 10 o'clock, for the
^yWhat Has Happened and What is Going buei. fltceiber th edatt--an don't
|4jto, Happen Told in Shore 00 ragraphs org( t telu
SThat "He Who Run iMay Read"' .3 Edward.s of OCdIa aInd Gaimnes-
ti in The Sun. ville, who'eoiaii nets a prosperous bus-
,intess in both Ofties, is looking after his
I;as,.UI wllth l(;lshmian & 1111. initer~.~st here.- Mr. Edwards i alo
Go M Rogers of Wade waa a vis- prointor of ti Ocala House, one of
'.Or, t hi cily yesterday, the mIost liborlilly condic(ted hotels in
i. It. F. olx rn'imd -of Windsor was thie kut1,t;.
riping ill tLil city yesterday. Mr amnd Mrs. J. (- Gerald left, y SpRoorim id honrd $8.0 per weok. Ap- teidny for West, Florida. i'lt later
fi ply to. Mrs. L. W, JaUiltun. d1 will 'iiit huv S .rk for a
SMaX raus, tt ifitt, poptilar 'trayv couple of weeks while Mr. (Gerald
'lg:i lian l ii Florida, is iil the city, will it i r thalit, section tf' the State it id
iMtter ,e r tthbout those cen- Soutlentrii Alabamna in thel intirtesit of
.triti might vway' tk, lost yo forgot, the New tome Soewing Mrechimne Coin-
SR. F. Adlansomin of 'Windsor was Ptny.
l 1iomg lthlo<3 wlho, paid the county "I hinvo boeet troubled fortsomt time
ptl a visit ywith iI iglet`il ;i ii d sui r stomach,"
C', 1)i av a y r sayse M rs. ,trahl \\W turti, of Lee,
S 0 I) Wood, a progilssivt ine rantt t ass., "and ihave beitn taMkig Chain,-
and e itLi'n of ArhmhIt, was nitoing the 'berliin's Stomna~th and Liver Talet s,
visitors tmo lis city yetorday. whiichi have lhel lid meo very ilu',l, so
: ethat niow 1 ctii eat. nuilny things I hatl
For eit-New 'cttage otn cornier before I eould not," If you have any
SNorth 11ay aild Orangu streets .Itelit trouble with your slat mach: mwhIy nit"
:k rron1blc. inquir of Nettle Robb. t.thhl tatb ei n, d ,t well? For
h etl 'iornds of Mrs. W. IP. i-rtr Wftl "ae by alr druggists and medicine
we Midi"'Psisshe is slt( t j dealers.
at her homo, T80 Saonth Arredmado A liIig the visitors to this city yes-
troot, alid trust-thiat ishe will soonm re- terday wa's .. Link of Wind'dr, one of
'over. t the oldest anid mnolt highly respected
t .r. i!d Mmrs. 11. Ornlaild and citizei'of tte county Mr. Link is
I ",>f Wyidsor ..ro t n m ing lie lff,'rilxg from tihe 9p f a arm 1n1.1y
.is'ors' to this city yesterday. Mr. years ugi. 9 Is. t.iedetvete
J, dimmiid is IiIno of t1t oh imlost, in terprisinmg trani, havilig nlisted' omnpaay ,
i'tesolid(eits of his sectiomi. Seventh Filorida, whtMh was orgAitimted
The iombors of St, Mary's (iuild ill Onaincsvill imider" 4t1miannd of Caip-
are rql ted to ie reet lit min iim- tain P. 11. Duidly at tho beginning of
p;rtat meeting o t day,ven- the war. Mr. Link 1i4 a native of
?;y:;portnilt meetinI l tin Wednesday even- o C i. h t .. t
' tring xt, at ll- r)sd e of Miss Nor- Souti, Caroli but e,, 1) to this
S t to n at. in e r i s Se.e o ,State ivh n it l ere lad i 1885, settling
S I at Windaor, where he hal sinoe resided
; I. Tw ml t t if ivill was tiand raised a -'pogressive. and prosper-
a i nrlli 1l1o visitli nr tto t lis city ysto or- 0 fanl'y.
Sday. IIf Bta t i iha ih f>r~in'ra o t te fa ily ,
S l siltes ta ih :iirs of Eeaped, Saturday, May 28, one[
uiil1 etnion ae bh y in atneedi f rain, Dow'd Green' sent from t, dlstriet of
andil tl tltite t'' pit ar' t e ii rrinig., Bra1dford county. tescrlption:
W i !. A WVill itus ,i>t of m he load ig Wetht, 1,0 pounds- lielght, lIve feet
J. A Willim, h .h lin. eight it iches, Wore o. 8 ahtou.' Cut on
r; otidntis aiid businmes. mmln o< ellar 1 ft' clu' .""y l, ni+d ihrltugih lite city yestoler forty white peeka on his right arin the
Sday .ta ion to t Llake City, v where e e' saze of f ?o, 4 ishot. Comiplexiot dakl
';ias tm calleded oi a Irncf lusint"ii toiutkow. About'"2 years old.
t -\ V' i pay a reward of $40Q.or hls rti,-
I 'lt"' tr'.... -'-' ttrrn.' Also; (iiw i-egro, Will Foser,
13-- ... Nlf; 5l.T ry,-r "ffor' niiaisy y,,rs a bul- s',eicped May20ti. Descri itoiu Age
neo nmn utof High Springsa lut nivw of ) iheitghit iutflyv feet efght itnchsa
l i, i,, a Welglt 100 poimltds ; color, black,
.Valdost, a i, wa in> tihe ity for a right foot oi haf off. Will pay for
fe0\ lir,,. yitrtoay, le doptarted al thlii nium a reward. of $25. B. F Me -
Stho u.lon train foi Hifh Sjirings, where Oall, Ftirbiank, 'In.a, daw
'"he lho l bee n eallhd on liisiltls. i j ':i.ugh Mort W depat'ted yesterday.
VWi 1 ltis of Cedar Key eao to for Philad(.lphia, where he has aecept:-
.this tiy S mili-y on a brief visit tot id a position as impector for their Mid-
Nimelatlvs. rtetntring y.c.ste-rday. Mr. jvlllSteul(Cumpany, one of the largest
: :E1iis t, ( >at,'d ii tin, \holestle ish and tini*st wealthy corporations in the
,bast i- i t'-!,a- lr -n\, d Ihis friends State 'The Conimpany manumfaetures
will tU ni'. t em i nl^ >oitt!ioiln th hli nudtr contract from tho governmenio n


i its pi In. i Ilroe number of guns.tma, canotl aind
.Olltnb'rlain 's Stwi.nelh and liver other maxteritil tuktd ib the army alid
Tlets are st whu y0si t i ou nmood whetn iavy, niaking i apealty of (Ito lat'
YO tIveio lt ptit, ee dl tll atior ter. Mr. Morrow has r kintg amld wat tp t ito t bad tU sti city virtully all his life, and for 'thel
'in Otii" 'iiolm i i. h 'tm will imltirovot .
U @ ..'t .n "- V1t1 it prve past foew years has held aluerative and
your stomach amid i' i'i a rvlish for r qkil'tas-ible positloti in the bank of
Yi .yourifoodu -For sialo iN taill druggists D)uttoin A Co. Hli is a 'young man of
1nid lAtmeii.cl elil' d-alers. i eK optional qualities, and his friends int
-f'lOin. Henry S 'i'-i!,b. re 'civtr of this victiuity regret very mueoh' to loseo
ll t Uniteod Sttes air<4 tlice it tlist hint. They'wish hiik, abui.tnslkt.t au.
cIty, Isas returned fromn W inmtr l'irk, cvs-it, howovor, in hita hNonme.
where he hlas beell ill uix eti'dan'e at .t.ii '..- t t.
to!i~timeenuem*t ewxresesO of lollin Constipa l o ls.
College, of which h, ias me of the i- To hilive good health, the body should
tetboard of trunithes. tli reports. jbe kapt in a lauative condition, and
at delightful and suIcessful 'closing I tle bowels uoved at least onde S dIy i
iialt school with bettce'l pilospet sothat all the poisonous wastes areo
asonthaxvvr, expelled daily. Mr. -. L. E'dwards,.
u. ..._.v: r I 2 N. Main St., *Wichl^taN KIw
I .. ... ..rites,: "I have used 1erbin, to Mrte '
MI lateie tho liver and bowlsi for the, p'0
tAen vear., a ud foutd it a telatl .
o m v*r O Wm M edy.. OW atm ,Johnsou BD". '...
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Jor ],3 W, Peapxiy of; the Thqq
i in s the city in the intwresta. o
3 p1 r. . : .
'P.' Morris, one of thlef t'l
't erchanto of Waldo -aidtito
county capital a business vis~t yestcir-
day.
i cordi Plaiting-Any width up
Stg"8 olnceit. Sun-burst skirts plaited,
F. ich, 23L W.. Duval treet, .Jack-
| dLw
1 ,' .L. -hesser of LlCrosse, one of t:he
w.prt lityofng e, uinet)f thattsio8
was among the business visitors to


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Vol, Robt. E. Davis, representing 8.
V. Duke, and Dr. T. F. Thomnasvohai r-
nman of the Board of County Commlis-
ilonerst wont yesterday to Starke
to iargwa the injunction" suit o0 Duke
t.I th oard of Countiy. ..onunii-
sioners, to prevent o*'i~a; vaiasingi of,
the rtuttrns of th:e wet and dry
election itn this eo~uty' .today. '.
cas came up for argument last night
before Hhis Honor Jtndge Wills of the'
Eighth Cicuitu .
A number of 'bopy~i~o in. esicllhe
went to theb Sink Shnitay amid pro
coeded to rob the baaiicel of Iilxt-yr
and Malphiur, tWo mewho are o
gaged at tis.ing f a li ing at that
place. They- wei di4 qveried by Mr.
Hiseary, who wol4 hao caused their
arret:lha&d i: mn al'omt the: iutIr.
retnem u of pa pwhoa|tee4 to pay
all damages.. to belreVeteda Nto
the boya were nu peeatled of that
.oomlsetatiton wb eot :,th:e au!per'
theirtesire for a4 they pld to
te .- "good t ip40, erlfter
.they 4.%if twrn- be ilt" be
proseo'Aed "or '
Att ttl
A *04to1 is
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this city, yesterday.
C. kbetz.er of that sprightly journal,
Jo tligh Springs IH-ornt, was among
those wliq favored the '. capital
withia v'tl'$k yesterdUy.e. ',, <
-G. T. Kelina:rd lihasg-.S
cfty, after several IoII)
South Florida. Th ir
Kennard are glad lo welcome him.
1,. .Octor Gc o-rg MeGaghin of
11wft-mtoL m st prominent bell
cord ilnkers of the Atlantic Coast
Line, wa .among tiiose who paid the
city a visit yesterday.
Mrs. E. L],, amnimarer'a of' Jac .snfI-
ville is in the city, th1 guest of frieluns.
'i4friends orf Mr. Jlaninnagren ill i-
pleased to earn lthat )he is holding .
lucrative position in Washington.
.Hon. R. B. Weeks of Hawthorn was
a visitor to the city yesterday, having
been called on acc,.unt of the regular
mineting of the I;oard of Public lin-
struefion, of which he is.chairman.
S. F. W itti of (irove Park was a vis-
itor to this city yesterday, 1H lias thel
contract for turniiilshiiig Q& poles for
the Gainesville. Gas and Ijectrle Light
Cornaany, and re-ports ek ellent pro-
gress in the work. .
Rev. J. 0. Porter,d it oAf the Florida
Baptist Witiess, OalVp)assed Ilroigli
tho city yesiltrdtly n route ihome from
LaCrosse, where .hI has en aHttend-
ing the Sunlday school con veltition. He
and his paper give evidence of pros-
perity.
W. P. Lee of Sanderson, who con-
ducts an extensive lie and woo0,l sOi-
ness at that place, is on a brief vit ,to
his family in this city. Mr, L&is '.6e-.
ports that hlie is doing a line business,
the deminand being considerably in ex
t8 of th.p capacity of the output,
Thoi friends of Waltet A. Sigsbeo are
glad to See him in the oity again, after
'a absence of nearly two years. Wal-
ter is lopliing well, and gs he is
pleased to be at home again. ,Xf'e4 -
poetS to leave for. Jaksonvillg today.
but will probal.ly return to Galiiesvihl
s.ortly. IHe has a .nice position ten-
dered lini here.
J. T. Adams of Albion, the eitleient
young manager of the Albion OChenii-
cal Export Oompany, was among those
who registered at 'the Brown House
yesterday. Mr. Adams has only been
in this section a short while, but is re-
garded as excellent authorit-y on php8s'
phate. He expects to make a big
thing of his venture a..t Albion.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilcox departed
yesterday for. Bmirly Bird. Mra. Wili
cox has been residing in, this city. dur-
ing the past schoolteorm, in order to.
give her children t4o advantage oflthe
xcehllinit school facilities heri. The
'family will remain at 'Bavly Bird until
'th1 falia.chooll term- w n thoyWfi l
again take up their residence here,


ia uoowr JIywerreet eatisfaut4qn
.suarant9ee4y. dirgg
RANK OPF STUDENTh.
I The Sun fd, a 'E rror in Rcording
Ranks of .' 8. P.p.s Sunday.;
in mentionig ithe exercises of ihe'
graduating Pipips s E5ast Fl'orid A
Seminary Sunday, Thie Sun did 'iot
publish the names in accordance with
rank, a. should hav iren thme ease.
the following orler ils the correct
Ien"o tnwhib tl i should go, malP -
g A Alaiee t vale4 iori..
wi:Msh hf*h howly deservled.
$l#Olfas 4i i tJe Ellen Waliiee,
di tb Sftii aid 8:ue Hunter, Lie U .
1 Stilahitmh, Miss Ethtel Holloway.
ST40O)als- a r. Ourry Merchanit,
%AltheJeawie Evans, Irene .McCreary
and alma MeCook, 4. L. Herzog and

::lter stng to Aithma Sufferers.'
IDeil 01aa.te of Ottille,l itowa
wlite I I.have had athlma for three.
oi foutr years and have tried about all
ithe cough and athma elres in th
wiarel stand have j-ceiv' d treatment
troam pwictaa In in Ne* York and
ther ltiewi bbuitot little benefit
Utl tried Foly'S, ot-y .ad Tar,
iwhibh lb re e imm<4ia .0 r.l4ef and I
|ilt' 4 lr ii ttbe i, wli, h ,ft
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tiea tn the o.Jairman *^ ^hBp^^4
Obuntyy otoi tonersa- they wzo ti
piily for-' a injun tion '.to' restr{r
'Ii from counting tthe ote of the
wet and dry Olectiin to be held to-.
,day. .
The impression has already been
inade by some one that'noelectton will
be, held. 'Pay no attendtlon io such a
repo,. 'iThe election" will lb held.
tD 11 q 1ftto bo at the polls .d cast
) 114 agggit aelliig' rand in
favor. of "ordijti Ah~l : J* ho "hthe
c church, and our school.. tvhen should
Ote injunction be issued tltat dnes not
irValiidate the election. The election
qa'nnot be set aside until the matter is
Pieard on i ts niu r i i s. So, do not', alloW
aranyfrietid, f .the salpooi 0-'dludo you
) ,,' B A re w ill be no~
elect ion AI 'tory is in the air!
Respectfully,
IV. R. TIOMAS,
SOntis. MA'rHsoN,
,^ ~. -W. J. O SB

I .T.. y COLSON.
A Splendid Remedy.


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MRS. R. WILSN
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UNDERTAKE ING

Full line of FINE CAS-
KETS, COFFINS,
ROB ES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Oa r.se and. carriages
furnished when desired.



PIrsonal attenDiho:t


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Neuralgie pains, rheumatism, lum-
bago and sciatic pains yield to the
penetrating influence of Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It penetrates to the
nerves and bone, and being absorbed
into the blood, its healing properties
are conveyed to every part of the body
aud ffTest some wonderful cures. Mr.
I). F. I.oore, agent IlJinois Central
Railway, Milan, Tenn., states: "I have
mused Billard's Snow Liniment for
rhoumatisnmi, backache, etc., in my
family. It. is a splendid remedy. We
could notcdo without it." 25c, 50c
and $1.00 ati Johnson Bros.
ORLANDO WEEKS ARRESTED,
Charged With Sending Obscene Mat-
ter to WOman Through Mail.
'the Florida Times-Uniion of Monday,
June 1, has tihe following to sfy re-
garding the arrest of Orlando ,Weeks,
a young mian who resided at Waildo for
many years, ip F rnandin a:
Deputy Uiiited' States Marshal M&-
'Cormick bW eight to the city yesterday.
from FPori"a diala Orlando Weeks, un-
der arrdit on the charge of sending ob-.
scene miatlter through their mails.
We Ias lodged at the 'county
jail, it, apd will be taken before
the' Itited States authorities today.
The '0!i t6m-fent against him was fond
lin ',6r1he grand jury in that
e:ebairg.ed that. lie sent' ob-
scee :to ikwoman in PhIladel-

it is xpeted that Judge Locke will.
issoe asm order today remanding the
prisoner to Baltimore, to which point
he will be taken. Weeks is from Wal-
do, and has matiy friends- throughout
the State,

Re tion rthminent.
A"e.edresljd it approaching revolt,
amidsertoe'I a e.lit your stem is
f:tt .1snes?, 1eplessxi:s or stomenacl
lai' Ell Bittert will quickly'
4*putlber letroubleomra0e a
^i~i|%^1 to


to necessary to ,a lady's
ie Uas a pferfecfitting
e4t 4 We iani.:tt ai y style
fl| in :everal, ,,f1 the ,!st
t ir at akres, beigsobe agenils
fto rWk B.. Corset, the Kahol
U rt anM$ thei Puritan: Corsel.
ft 1tter is the neww form ad.
isle orset ~or I lIedll amiul
oiltg1re. Wye alto keep the
,- & &( Corsets.
Special Values
la many departien(s (is week.
it i.t'-t pay! you to ishit ihe ,.tore"


Mosquito Canopies
At $1.00, $1.25, $1.75


all busin ess i this i .
Orders by mail or t -
graph promtly at,"e
ed to.




THOMAS

UNDER TAKING CO.

SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., unih.r
date of April 21, 1908, writes:
"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir: I write to express my,
deep gratitude toyou, for your won-
derful salve has cufred a sote on my
foot from whchb I h1ve suffered great-
r f e f1 ea Ve doctors have
w working on. t t oo: during this
teieu tiled lie a. cure. Your
sav8 e woVkialiti1lewhile. I
Anak ft plels of bone,
a.ii--:,had.,H .ri.en 'etracted,
i t he sre, a ndi Aw I ami
eotirt oMred and Abldwv walk with-
0Uthth Aid ( ertttelie I shall al-
waY l, the g teskt Arftitude to-
ward& W ooI and -wiI *y< 'speak a
god ord for your lvo,'e
Paor ale. at Wallace.'s lty Drut
t0re, Gai nestvie, Fid .awl wmo
The LecturePost.pohined
b.. wng to i SuidAy ck0ool picni, t<
SthelX Wednesday, the itanagsnmen t
of the Oak Hall Baseball Asooiat, ion
have again decided to postpone the
leoturo of Master Arthvt Sipprell for
one day, whit Ienna tiat the date
1.1 Arow be % d 4ou
Mother IpxiAiE will letOirre on thte
Kloidyke, whei0 )e has spent several
moktthst. His. lectur6 is written from
personal experience, and ia said to be
very fine. NotwithstAOi,4g tht he is
no more than a dozen. yeat in age, hI
possesseM a degree of ortory which
would, be a credit to ,wany who have
had the experience of yetis.. He pos-
se" that- faculty or freei~ei n which
MIake his work Mad vinji, and is
bond to itrest thoae w^b hoar him.
Matter Arthur will be setiated in
thisentertainrment bi y l 4altaent, and
the beiati the city ha! been secured.
Ticket. sr., on i*il at Miter A~vera's.
and those deiring good eats ihoild
* p p l.t at so e ... : O


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