Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02128
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 06 9, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02128
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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......a r r. *nr I .eA .. -. SVILLE,

7IU1,, W L A. t .Topeka Co lng Clear of Flood.

ROtNOO ST LO I e ihes an hour throughout
S': :rLday night and today the south side,
j utoitroa0ohing on Build- of Kansas avenue is ueoqvered,.clea" s
to .}he bridge. On the north side pe,
SAl1 Levee. destrlan anwdi'wagons can got five
1' '. blocks further north from the bridge
FOT EP ON FiRST FLOORS. to Gordon street without getting into %
water. In some residence portions.
rIs fmhing Through the o of North Topeka, however, the water T
Mdison L e W th R oa still stands In eddying pools and
n Mad!ioii Levee With Roar that rushes down Cross streets In a whirl
.an Be Heard For Miles-Acres of Ing channel at an average depth ol
Land innate' 3 feet. At the.present rate of disaap
Land n.ated. pearance the entire town site will bM
at.. Iou,. June 8.-The river this free from water Sunday noon.
morning reehed. a stage of 34.7 feet t
alni&rie during the last 24 hours MINISTERS MAKE APPEAL. t
of 1.2 feet,sad continues at about the Il
amne tate. All lo ng the levee Country at Large Asked to Help the
water-.s tp to the stores and houses, Little City of Gainesville.
ln so me4 t' t being Pt least a foot Galnesville, Ga., June 8,-The min-.
ormo morete on the rt. floor. sters ,of Gainesvllle have issued the P
so far the traffic on the river has following appeal to the ministers s
sot been greatly hindered, but when everywhere for aid for the storm suf- t
the water reacheea ,stage of 36. feet ferers:. r
some of the boats will probably re- "To the Pastors of Our Clergy and I
faso to receive t.re$ight as the approach- Our Common Country:. We, the min
as- cannot be used -atid the. water will liters of Gainesville, Ga., beg a gon-
0be4oo-dep for teams to drive through. erous people to open their hearts more 1
SAt the ferries t loadingn g of teams is widely for the assistance of our strick-
done with great dAffloulty, the horses en community. Liberal contributions
having to wade up In water to their have already been made, but these
shoulders, ,"' b' have only sufficed for Immediate ne-
The National atbeck yards at East cessities.
St. Louisa has. ottifed, the railroada "A great many homes bave been de.
thl.t no titore stock' will be received stroyed and several churches demollsh-
ntll the eater recedes. ed White and colored have suffer.
The break in the" great Madison ed alike, One house of worship for
county levee, whih gave way yees- the whites and four for the colored
terday, hbas wieled this morning, the congregations have been entirely swept
water ruoilng through a gap 100 yards away. One school house js a total
Side, covering 20,000. acres of fertile wreck, 20 homes, besides the o;00 fac.
tarm land and three villages-Olden. tory houses, are utterly destroyed.
burg, Mitehell and Weat Granite. "We beg in the name of our God
About 600 personas have been *dirlv and common humanity that the clergy
en from their homes by. the flood. The everywhere makes a special appeal
roar of the water as it pours through on Sunday, June 7, for aid, not only
the break can be heard a mile and a to supply food and clothing, but to
halt. The bire io only q mile from furnish shelter for the homeless and
-the head of this .0eat buiWark, which rebuild their houses of worship.
a, regarded until thia morning as "All cdOntribuonSa hold .be" sent
the principal barrier between' the rtv. to Z5. T ti. 6rrytrY. treanuerrerrelt
er and all the east side citlea inlud4 committee;, Gln eye, .a.
isg ]ast St, Louis BaPck o 6V, tad-
on leice- Is another embankment BALTI'iORi`Al IN V
:liowvn locally ia the. "cross"'levee," : : :;" A'i I N;' :'E'V "L
which today is 3 feet above th flood. Permanent RlfteIltf'C hilttefl Forwards
S.ed 'mheat field's. $ 2 000In Cl0hin.: ,
The water is within 1 foot of the Baltimore, Md.,Jne8.-ln ieons
The waterki sb o 1 e a1d o
floor level of the relay depot In East to a telegram w rom e
6.t tous, Which' Is representative of G lneswllle, stating that nt'e .ttn
,the altitude of the principal business sufferersAeedetb proviitots cloWthngl
and residence sections of East St. and household goodl.thecite'
LITuls. mament relief comaittce met In toe
"The Island," that part of East St mayor's office and issued an aBpeal
Louiri whirh llea between the river and to the public for $,00.
Cahokia bridge, will be rushing over T reso att w ite that
the railroad emb'mikments. t theee desem'0lleG tA suctplo i
At the Merchants' bridge this morn- to makny aWr itend, sttlement a,
Ing just south of the juctlon of the to the cond li .exils no-as
"cross" and 'Mdso lre% the water GainsvIlleIta1I) it. -s1eel
rae within a f oot. o *iS railroad trust that W tales whll ahr M.et
tracks: In several pbam the water fore, r S p0 .P Ad ibelly
Was over the Big Ponr ttracki. t tttit
Since Wae4day's the tiC e nas d lfintormatio s t lheta e of
wAlton road ha" had a bigeo lrce uplie t A, tht ecat "wll ber
Of men working to protect their em, cfored tO fotWLhe pe t ad
bankmients belw ehe Merehans' un mo eStite Is tMli i o
bridge. taliable as tot*e Weats.cf te tufer
SITUATION At KANSAS CITY. It was further decided that cloth'
.. -. In' be bought at. once -atid setii LtoL
:Work of Cltinlani. up and Restoring Ganesvillte, Ga, the the ....W to 'e
L t Order Begun, I or when. the conttrubtatiMo are
oBegIun. received. 'The relief cotmiLttOe eOAtL
Kansas City, June b.-yhouande et b express nearly 2t,000 worth ef cloth'
men and wowen, afned with shovel: iug to Gainesvtlle, Os "The clotb.iBt Is
and broomqi 4 Invading the We!tj for es, womee and chllhiren, Maoof
ling waters a1$_y ul'htrall much will!t iormxn', Kigene, lUeverlndr Blas'
VholegalJ a etoedik yArd. dIstricts o the committees present at Vie' metlihi
their fenmer 4ientflOn of activity. '_ __--'.," '_._, ..
T M lo e be .e e i REKK lNOiS CAUCIFID.

..' .,le' dte ..oe.. Faled to Paliy Rn.som .When Cturd
tre ru..- London, ine t-Antdin ..... t

PU~h e.:: 'ss fu rtHer vest thewrifliaet of d alo threh th
an. iegaj actively e worlk of 'rw Turks are earn-".ing out ercheS fo
ting the mtite oc 01 o 654 ..t. ltlt e m esu, .s sm ot .

damaged tr .d tha W y bete4l"W laouf; a o IwF5
SoArmouordee aix Ant. y s oralfigt Wa ocure bea
.tlirona. alrn will n q re a I t s ba .s el rkt
-. e- a "okrd sag f i A ree table, he w
oin, t irdnaped by a Bal, b an

llfin out toe ait .degree t i 0 proplr wu eu- td..
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*, T, ii. .... T o ^ZIL ana 226.,, Srt developed. durln A liI |t iTnllT ,:
f T jtMT Ts hcarig that the NorfoE o r OlkUitC T C

Yi ort fem, which In turn sold t n
--to the Norfolk dealer, who Imported-
nuagement to iSped $171,- tem. Pcelot, 8. 0., Said to 1H0 0
iu M evidence came out at the bear-;
000 on Last :lpilding. ing concerning the practice of certain Been Almost Wiped Out .
10 1 V F. S" P IZ New York dealers in importlnmg stones MILLING DIS T DIST ROYID.
50000 IN LIVE ST GK PRIZES. through smaller ports where, it s MLLING Di STRI T
eis a Greater Atno Than Ha s eurted, the appraisers are not in touch ope Lo May Rch ver a MII
with the fluctuations In price.
Been Given for $Ist-r Purpose By ..............lion ad Lo of Life May Be Ap
All Foregotaing txOiltons-Japan TROLLEY CAR RAN WILD. palling-Four Known To Be Qead ~
Appropriates 800,000 Yen. Nine Persons Injured In Adoldent Spartanburg, S. 0., June 8.-tA ter.
St. Lculs, o.-, Jun o8.-Jhe con- Near Orange, N. J. rifle flood caused by a storm reaching
act for the erecti. J r the last of Orang N J June 8.-Ne perso ns the proportions otf a loudtburtt last
ae big exhibit bulldnlri of the aouis- >ive been hurt here by the ovorturn. nirt, ha 1 s pratlctally destroyed the
ka Purchase eypositl4ai .,a"bees lle tlg of 41 trolley car' tb ran wild down millilg district. of Pacelot and lli. f
t a cost of $1719O Rnounemecft ale lock on iIts way to Orng ton. "
as teen ,made th*~ tth.umn .et apart Ounductor Curtis vuay dle. %It l. The property lose will probably
y the exposition wa4 6mnt for the siadl the car was standing at the top reach 1.,500.000.
rls in the s k dertment of tagle Itock waiting for passengers. At Patlot the following damage il o
ouept in tho $25ve a 'or more than Vhen. tlho a was scheduled to leave reported:
6 aggeate of the ppioratIbn for Orange, a passenger who got on-' AIll No. 1 has tbeen washed away.
-ade ,by all previous 1 ternatlnaalex- 1. mild to have struck the brake ha MillNo 2 Is totally detroyed.
ouitlonafor livstock- ihblt prilse".4l;e by accident. before the brakes The dams of the three mills ar ,
S live stock departmentt will have Could be set again the car was tear- gone,
bout 30-acres o groU ad about 50 ng down the hill at great speed. When The warehouse of Mill No. 1 w ash
abidingc rbesida ro and amphtb 1 arp curve was reached the wheels d away with total stock of goods tid
uldlngs, besides a-' 4m amphltbo daud
.and arena for exhibit ring, .left the rails and the car overturned. cotton,
Mr. Allren V.a toeell al telegraphed It landed on its top and was hadly Hotel, Presbyterila church, livery
S ington, follows: mnaslid,. Nine of the eleven pA stable and nearly every building i
4 ,1 n l T t Oalro gengers wore hurt. Lb town washed tawyt,. .
mnm enerl Lnx. t CA t. l.;

writes to the departr 4'oft state ths.t t -a rouorte ,e nro iown uu
Eiypt has acce pted 'icnvistation to GUARDS REPULSE MOB. been wiped from thl map.
participate in the w 'air nd t At efifton MIll No. 1 Ihas been de-
the khedlve has appointedd cItaw EL ffOrts Made to Lynch WIsconsin Muri troyed.
theford com assnr apto the expotion." derer Frustrated. The property loss will bo appallitll
Mr. H1nti ngtoni Wlne s cretary of Sparts, Wla., June 8.-At 2 o'clock and the destilttion very great.
the American legati0o at Toklo, and this morning a mob surrounded the Located on Pacelot river, there wer
large d'affa-ires in th set'e Vh Jail bore, lternlineod to lynch Ham. throo of the mills of the Pacolot ly ,
Amerean mnter, ntthe ollowin e Montgomery, who murdered his tem in addition to the one at GainWes
cAblegrcan to thee government Wto h wife in Warrans, I villo, Ga., wreked by theo storm 0o
cnblgn, whir h has beeniforwarded to- At 13Q0 o'clock a hundred or more $cntday, The total ouriuipmont of th,
President whch hran bes: orwardn made a ash toward the roar of three mills at Olt -i 60,000 .spi .
"ThoeJapaylese et,.s passed an -tthe jail, but a volley over their heads dies and 2,200 looms. i
appropriation of 800,000.yen for the St. bY the guards. chlecklo the movement. The Pacelot river at this pIltoe dl.
ppi expostion" o yen nerif Carrtlls, with his small force velops 3,00 hItorse power for comment '
yea eIs io 50 cen t n A rican f deputies, fearing, inability to cope clin purposes. "The mitls cot1t1tsl
e 'With the l0, apitoald oie to (overnot about 30,000 bales of cotton-anUally.
money. .. Pollett-, who ordered Copany K ---- .
SHIPS COLLIE t 'IN FPOO. nd the $parta company to Proceed GREAT HAVOC WROUGHT.
to tohe jali at once. The sheriff is do -
SBOth B.s1d!ODam kao avral P wP termined tn protect his prisoner and Two Thousand a1tes of Cottont $,pt
r Were htjured an attack on. the Jail will mean death Away.
Woodtholl, Jrune 8.- Tle steamer sd blcod4! ____ Groonvill, 0; June 8Great ha '
fMortiht, Vtbie-ya6d--plyilag hB.weoen thel t ", ttev- 4
ilnof Marthpi V'ytd' mud eiHUNG HiMSELF IN JAIL 00 hai been wroulht by the elouidburtt
port,. 0bavitg non -board a aIrge um. . ad..- an [i n ut ;h orta ,atreraidlyo0#0 f ,
ber of pa en gert t ted Stat Negron Under De h Sentence at "l itg In wil shw the destrution tO
imall inA a heavy freight, O citdeul with maTakesHIs Li a.ha lvens v rroinvl cftonmi-txl "
a fithtig' sahoer off Vineyard -Ha, 80'Sn- a, Ala.,, J lne 8.--iNo h ate to, .o i eorln Clifton M
yen tn a dense jog today and Wa bad- 1ro upon whom entonce of det ben sen itn y In tie ier, N
ly damaged had been pronouned alvd then sun- t slturio t' could If reandored.
One man -wasa rloulyI injured and p0ed atIng an pp teOe and rtho e & lotto we*
a -nu-mbetr ofpaisenger'- w*ere mide preflre court, huig hbimselfin the coui-, wsvhe, away from the [Milot wairt :'
hoop n rk Art S? at N10 No. 1.
u te hock fthe ol. ty lst ght ates d ob at No.
.alo.. e roe- and mALde a lip knot which "Two, th,, ,tldt Ia D le of ,tton twe" .

Ol A I I -t ... Ip trh- oyol ud u .rrled a. y 1 . .
The demtf o the sitsmr was all a d hi -' un cr ed w "ayoy 'i6
abo e the i neiii t ali it e sie1 0e standing upon to, water elo,' o o '
n r at et r cllwhichwq al ,throw*..hi rbo storing ca in last nlgh't at S'

,re .. .... .orthr V 4 lig e, ...at. . . .. ...
Of, the. fai scah-t e .wa. e st d J inst the-Iro and lated until it oo 4 .
ta eWgtthA Wfog.fltio-e above hewrapd Csthe doubledorditliifUilWAineu4144 1o cio-0t1 t
federilnf ,a.bouty eight tie aou 4 ,fe latbat. i heavy g alte followed th e tt l
tchern! e ,oo ,es to i ivIn Jthe endi o a f ew tws aroun Wa, ory eAnwd chresi Meon*t..
r Ie:0DAMONO ,IMPORT rtI te o p e ast okeitNI. lhr pubi c huidtiu'ot havelou.ee, ...h .
s u'i. j .sllpi-ng. -then -boe etapdi4 Ofthe coSore fite at
Stev T "t Eite Kow it lwt, wh~Is btA lo 'teart. mots, Th Southerna t#. n ar ti .... S : -
A. .er.I oor, and s out Into.brid s. .e b.. . n s4.

Ne aTotJsoe 5A ueftla 'r atArr lgtn, sers! ste a
atit d ciamon h Rl ac i *ntd .to .. K.s hi:" n eiff. lia FUnd.,. j o t.. e o l uthel i g t,
. figures .... b t t h-' s Uulco!sgoib, Jw e. -Th e itt ".titt T* i trewt leiU' t-W at Litl lt'l Is b;.it 4 '

hr e ,O -.. charge f the Kish.i.i.-. *f e c n away. .
-Di aM "4nds 'l %n do ther .P.. e ... stan ,. I t.or u bt s Aoito ll eet r oney. M Ous ns.r N rute are'' 4 d tto7 4 .
m "pth of : hit is Mt r than snoheh," Rau ne-ilr I Kline, the it special Is.I bein n lti i :to te .'

ported sinA .8- gnat1.Th wil siot,,h we0er. sen o 04t unil w

tht i etie 4Oid a5,1 1e10ne W0ehute e N bubern Se l
proted a. fIin b u" int-es I iKWla, He jV10 10100 j wots Mo U' .e .

'UNlE SAM nnnbtfl. B-., G-,- -. -n n b- ee Cl, otte'. .... ', Jue.-..Al n ..
tics whih tlesjutr el united i .aoe caimedthathe hldsnear. P.'e lo river- rs e $a.^ f ".
I*r. Alres er att hS si ami 't ..de be .sa e re.. .... : ninln-. l! ilti|ng> .b o.yo lun
to elig t me. tlhod of i -.I u .. :1w .," 4 , ad declared that' ate his andiQre-- tl:, r.*
! t4 lwL0 6 14 tei iXr r a lN ti s l .t .b I tt .l t -e - -- tii-. .- .the, I , ^
I o.tela^^ia. ,y 5 tbtt If elow4," .. Ill lasttnin e. .m: wI~ r-i!: .WFll SteH..
I l Ntt W mltS o .. ..... '^ 0 " 4 .. . .. . t A i.. .
as I t' wll -,ltuIS Iu- t f-y S Ge&o ft.... 4 ,1..:, es ,' w r w.,t di i WP O.a, bowS l ,p

.w eYmoprk. m ."' -" ,aS w at two- sil- D flC."si er" ,IS sil 4 s.i5 t te
M Wbieh I ib aftar .itt.!i,.! .. ;Si| dill aiio:'! :! :i
Ye. The 4imt*wsloo*bd-e tB I bed! te1r be't f
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frir .ke 0een "Addedi: to
S og Lst Fof .ewbrry
dt Vicw, im iMay ,ie From the

foqari hose ornt was the di-
re of. i:Ierlou8s -shooting af-
fray at mwborr Monday afternoon
betw'e n Joh olt (white) and WW-,
Iim W. h 'i so 0t (colored).
.For, 50s ral mouths past Wi.llam-
0Won ak been living. in one of
S the house' oned by: Holt andd
h -e failed to come aOroog with
the necessary Article of cash, I'or his
Po!sessionhind it was while olet was
ij rto"collect this past due money
t it hie was compelled to commit the
'":Wlliamnson, it is. said, was several
weekss behind in his dues and when
ooiig Holt went to collect Ithe back
on i ey the negro became very often.
olve and wanted it his way.
"iIo;tn an effort to pacify the negro he
is boisterous, witit the result that
olt drew his gun and fired att him
5ito0e, the ball taking effect in) the left
beaot- and the other ii the hip. -
:wiWll'lamsoti's-'"woutnds are serious
Sand may prove fatal. '

1B'I Eioped Wlth Fprm Hand&Who Has
oe"n Arrested.
Moultrie, Ga., June 8.--Quite a sen,
iti1oh'. has:bein creatotd In the. Monik
OMtrct. of this county by tho elop.
tfit a youtingcouple thia week. Tlie.
.is.Miat, Mary Amnmonra. 13 year
"iand a m emblher of one of the most
prtlinlent famiIes of the county.
OWU-WAIi ton!'y f om school to mharry
N. :~rT' el.darle, an employee on he.
,*ep.iather't fatm. They escaped into
Worth county, where they married,
ut were soon followedd hby officers of
*Mi county, who cirled a warrant
O;, rging the young benedict with kidd.
T'; couple ) were brought to Moul,
-t te,i arn'd with thom camei a large num.
""" of: lndlghiant relatives of t.ho bridq,/
heh wwas 'by no mIeams coorce4, ,fy
0t6e prmhOenca of relatlvoel, In4cli1hg heb
other, but remained o ,tyal to her
S;,.lg husband, k .tlaring that, she
would live witl m or '(l.
Young T 'a(tle oave bohnd, and the,
girl Wa n.ien back home by the
1/ 1 ot1 r

1? Phtladelprhil, Juneo 8.-Toe 5-story
.building at 3121 Cheoatuut street, occut-
pied by eight bimiunesm firms, was
.. partly detry'yed by lir early this
o'nmiotig.n The occupaittua We e the
:' ilda Cigar conmpanly, th6 Wilotim man-
Wifaturing company, shirt waast mak
SOr;., Inenwenvor & Co., Morrtls Go.
S Trohooaky, hlnrtwal%8t.: TlIchenor Hat
c companyy: Ml|ttiu'ws & Pilgrimti yarn
a i ner -khilv X,& la"

to dft

.... blooduito negiCted
kidney'trouble .. ;.a,.. . .' .
Kidney, trouble'cAuses qUi tol ornsieay
heart beats, a d ,mais onCel6as thqtxgh
thvey had heart truble, t heart
over-working lh pumptng thick. kidn.y-
poisorted bloo4 through veim and a -rterles.
It us'id to be considered that only urinary
otouble were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
til constitutional disseies have their beg.n-
Sning in kidney trouble,
If you are sick you ca make, no mistake,
by first doctoring your kidneys.. The ihd
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp- Root, the great kidney remedy Wis
soon realized. It standsthe highest for its
wonderful cures of the rrost distreatng oases
and Is sold on its merits. -' .
by all druggists In fifty-l
cent and one-dollar: siz-
eas,. You may have A
sample bottle by mail toe t oo o amni-4o0
free, also pamphlet telling you how tof
out it you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Qo., Blnghamtoni N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but retiniem-
ber the name,. Swamrp-Root, Dr. Kil-
iner's Swamp-1oot, .nd the address,
Binghamton. N. Y.. on every bottle.

Orawford & Davis to Double Their Ca-
pacity In the Livery Buslness.
The contract hias beewtlit and Oraw-
ford & Davis will Bsoo boast of one of
the largest livery and fred establish
ments in the State.
iBesidea their already large building,
they propose erecting there at once
another building which be of brick and
reach the entire distance of the block
being about 100x185 feet.
This change in their business has
been necessitated y the fact that,
for the past several onuthsi tihec, t to
has largely increased ,af'd' the present
accommodations w ae Inadequate to
meet the den i4l',i".
Contpaeior Wittstock will supervise
fleo^I'nstruction of this new building,
Sams the bill for lumber and brick
hias already been plactul, it Is sup..
posed that work on the now wbulding
will commence within the next week
or ten days.
Married in Court House.
About the pnly real amusing thing
that happened It the city Monday was
the nmarriage of a colored couple which
was performed by His Honor Judge
Mason. He isased the usual marriage
license to James Smhnns and Nancy
Cannon, two of the colored population
of Frog Alley, when he was requested
to tie thoe knot, which he did in an im.
pressivo manner, making fun for a
large number of speeoators present.
Will Move 0ultndigr. .

-,w,,IB,, .. ,,,J-y ,i ,,t,,r, (OK Dfld' Arrangltemets wereyesterday betng
-er El;onjanin Il. ihirgian, ipantai.on perfeated for the removal of the'- Oak
e totl l est t Hall poperty prepattory to puttlag the
$50,000, govertmnent buildig- theieon, it is
Minstrels. anticipated that this work of removal
Sn r r istes. n s will require about. three weeks, whIen
All- humt cork urtits and ingers aret it understood that ground will be
requested to ;nOct at the armory to. broken for the e.retion of the goverth
night at $ o'elolk for tho purpose of it elt.ildig soon to be an ornaxente
putting on it minustrl for the benI' to t hi growing oit y.
the Oak Hall iisebbltl Club, 'Messi. t thi grown.oit-,- -..
Coleman tI Ly1mi, twou mlintrol men Season Opeit in Tampa.
of wide renlown, havo tendered their fhe aggregation of baseball players
services in putting tile show ni, and it 1ll go up against the real thing on
is ntdless to say it will b1 a granlut i esy d .o dnd, WHe
tlcx's. All are 'emt,,Umt-d to Comuo they will meet the Ta&n plaopayers bet-
who can hxolp out. tr known as Orabas, for . contest ots
Life 'Trm Convict Pardcned. the diamond, The Oak H!sl when
Cinui -. C ,Jiit, ne. .1..vornor properly tixed have- naeer tailed to
l.tHywa n' h, 'rpa',! iirdon to Ca. como aCroes with the 'lamoieon fot
to OGftla,:n, n n. re who hals serve to-e boys anid it is thought thatt the
Syear, t i. tat," peniltmntiamry, presentgame will be no ex'eeptionto0
p T IcrItin, !,r ,-1, (13tlslt'n b as '-,rv t-ho l rule.' ... ".. '
nh al. .' i.it',' t a}it c.'lt{ry Wi m, a.:.

i ^ her l i s oft'flso the
aW I V h i l n'p a t i.t.,(. but !
;0,, ,.. of; life To Convene Wdn tw d y,
Tho special stsaioslO of the : lrreiult
etlourt will. Dcwitveeh. itt h.this iyto.
CG ondemr-n to oDath. !mor.w 'whee l isp t o ,
Ni^^ 'c i":rrof ui<.t in 1targo itfliux O0oo1a tmry p t>l wiII be
4y5a litH ~ ia. e ih u con presem,. as altheirist ortitl hsaines tof
"4ti Their trial took have to 0be lt to.o y -l 'will

,c dh.' yoiu ..ow 4t

t ilhrsapairill be Ait ,iy t
tthe, takeh'Ay s Y iia.-
!!!lk iiai:'llf ,A^

S ti following to y of te

Stre T4the hot l or-u
:i a'4 emed'.Last Month.

day, le tomp'hy, despite the foat
, t ler:, paty 07.4 for redeomption.of
,IR)&r I4#eniqky ot yof.ig men' o
dtoi t eycdet.re n the East .Flor-

Laret History of the County Whas ever

Deputy Olerk 8. A. WLenwes yester-
day ientm a heck to the State comp-
troller for $407.45 for redemption of
taxes fer'the month of May.
|iThip is the largest list that has ever
been sent up from 'this county for any
one month, and shows that the finan-
cial standingof the people at large is
far better than at any prVions. time.


Iepreenti.m a nuzmbr of prominent

Abotuat &Realty Coipany,
SE. .VOYLE, Manager.
Get an atbstract of title to land before
biiylrt. After paying the puraohase
t oney, t.hereJs ottep no redress for ts.A
.s.ales" Antunanoeeled',iortgiages,
Sanhaltan A" Typewriter.

WRtilTER FOR $50.
'MGuranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments at a slight ad-
vanoe to relOpnuible parties.
Wypewrfter lilblotns for
various nchtlnaes.

E. E. Itoyle,
G". no tvile, ]lo;!z .


OMters YveryLOw ates on VollowinghiDates
Clonist tImke to altra, Ut
idaho, WyorntaQ, on stule until June B5.
St. Louis an Return
ONI ARWI: PLU ;3ht Q-NTS. On sale
Jun e ltHT7, ood toret.ornunal June &Lth
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
a11tional anofncanerb a. A. 1j. lick-
.e o sale u ly .$1 tso AtuOst l&. Otod
to t reurn unitti O toberl, -i,
Denver; Col., and Return
On sle d ne 305 to Juty9 th, ood tore-
turp nMU 'Au ust wist. ,
TrplUh lpulmtmie i)ehttm earm daily between
Jttkaonvtie, M40.o"aAt antka. CUbuttnooat,.
NtOthvll*e andt St. -oOltks. ee ,dreoltntl e ir
Idag Nbion ( U wrio: xl w.n
thromhu lulian atsui' sonn *.ybet.*e cu
IVe1vtile m and (.1 t RAs 'lts t ihe ut div tole
400ck tine kmtitwefta C d eto n tie h to
Uvr, eorw tull artnUteAlors, teltOt asa ateaxph"
lOtsetddrest , 1
N#. 1 threwn Btii ., Atlfata, 4ja.

rowIitb O DA1 tI,


l^Uveread to oAarnttIMo
Spcotit attetndn te (M ed aeSEr er iatI .

FRWDAY, JUlPZ1h (Bow. R, ...)
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We cover these important points 6id re tl
soliefit ashare of your business,

SFie,'life, Aceideluilt a eth

Agents for the--' -

Vitor Safe6andLcCo

.The "Victor" is the best safe made, and, parties loitemplt A
ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that .ne,
Sfrom a box to a bank vault, will save moii.eyV .
by consulting't. Call on or address,

Information cheerftOilly furnished. GAINESVILLE ,5 OJIDA

.6Vq^" d1d rWr'eq l

Air Line Railway.

SOHEoDUtL ErPROxTIv APrn 2. 1t, 03.

87/N I 1 66 H5 /1Ot-TttEHN DIVISION b. V 84 '.
0 .. a 9 10 v..................... o v ......... Ar 7 .16 (i
.. ....... t!.... "
1 1o 96 2 P .. .. ............. Baldwin .......... ....... 10 12 80 fti 4 2
11 40 1134 P 4 0 ...... .... .... W atdo........ .... .8 20 a 4 4 a
12 20 p.. .. 4 50 1 ) A *........ 1 GAINESVrlLE v v 758 a 8 Ua a 1l1 *j p
: I 4650. p Lv OAINE'..........'Ar r7e58A...... 1.
, ...... ...... p .Ar............. Cedar KSey............... s is5... ......
Sa .... .... lor ugs ...... .. .... .. 1 '.. 12
B. ..... ....... Wildwood ... l lI ,\ p
St ....... ..................... Or o ......... .... ... ..... , i s
S. .. ...... ........ Olan t y ... ...... ...
I6 7 ` a......................... o........... ..
4 .fp 4 a .......... .....
D .... .. ..t...... a
7 1 aO ...... .. ................... a .............. .... ; 2 '
SSarasota...... ............. .: ..; ...;.i S i
Ly BieUl n4le....... 84 ............... 3 40 1
A a .......... .. o a O Arlke ity..... .. .. p
Ar tnWihk............. i ........ 12 05 .... t veOak. ............... 628 p12C
&r .t.snntab.............. lo l .. Ar ad ...... 7 5 p
Ar ftairfax.'............... 09p 44a ...... r M ntelo....... ... .
Arlenm irk .............. 20, a ...... ArTallahashee........... ....... 9040p 326 p
Ay Coluiabia....... ...... 81 ArQuiny... ............ O LAr uny.. .... ..... ......... 4 17
Ar (>amde n.......... 74p..i.....:: A r 1lver Junction .... ..o......,
Ar 'a Sulet............90 5 BP SOS ..8.. u ArP5uI oi..... .........'.M A' r
Ar WAliingtpn................1205. Ar Mobile................. ;...... a
Sr southernn ines .... Ar N Orlan......... 11 8 A.1725 a
A rBaleljb..... .......... :] tl045 ..% v Jar7OrnvOln ..............- .p... .74 p
Ar prtsmnzouth............ v. Mo 5 pi., Art-eon .................... 8
Ar ueehtOndx ....V....5. e 1 832p1 A.lanta..........."......... S
Ar. Wahlaiton.........10. O10 a 880 1 ... (batiamnooga ................. .......1 p
A.r al6or..........., .. 1181 i ..2 ... Nashv. .il. ............. .. 65
A x 4 1.an e l1i6 .6........... 4 1 V 26 90. .... .. .9. S t' "' 1
Sr iew gomk...... ... ..... 5. g:I: St:oul s......................... ;::.

o onrotions for Palmetto, Manatee, Onee0 and Sarasota, on 81, except
.Saturday,.from Gainesville. '
STIgn 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers bet ween
Thampa yackionville and New York, via 'Richmond and Washington. Vestj
bled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via ichmond, e
dining ar service from Jacksonville.
., No8o6 abotro- Mall, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars -e.
tween Ja0ksonvle and Washington, ad drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
tweenJacksonvIlletand New York.
6o. 85 connect at ita.rke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermedlate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch. ,
NoC M "tand7Puillman le eper between bewOrleans and Jacksonville.
Steat4ir fo*r -Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesday
and ThurndityP.lljp. mI N ... *
a T ":rs .-si.. MAzcDONELIL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. 0. 0OB, i Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
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Jaksonville a4nd New York,
SOaling at QHARLESTON, S. C., both ways.
Phe Finest Steamsbips In the Coastvlie 8 force

Clyde New England and Sout Line
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and ALJ Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways. .
ft oun .r........ .o Lewi Wharft, Boston
Northbound................., From Foot of CatheiOnest., Jai onuvill

c vIve St, Joh ns iveor Li
IBetween JACOcONVlnlZ4. and SANUoORD
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St.Francis, Beresford (DeImd),and Intermnediato
Landings on St. Johns River
Ss appointed to sail as fohows:
Lear. Jaoksonvi'e : p. rim.. 8unday, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Leaves Santford 9 :80 a. in. Monday, Wednesdayi Ad Frtdoay.
VA, d.do 04 ,8VL-RkUL'E
LeSve 8:$ I ...... .... ...Jackso nn lle. ...... ., -/;:; : am sil
S a ........ .........Palata..............Leae

Ssto........Asorn. ............ .. ..
...ere.fbrd ((DeLand) ,... ....... 12:(v -. 'n
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W on mitted u Tnpen.
4 1t.ai: p Near Micanopy.


The Murdered 'Darkey Had Been Sick
adiit Was While He Was Laying in
KHj4Qabin That the Attack Was Made
'UpoI Him.
hile lsideping from a hot burning
lr, a negro was knocked in the head.
einopy on last Saturday night by
known party, presumably a
"ii crime was committed in the
totrpianine champs of Hargraves & Os-
otnest that place, and the guilty
rty h escaped the laws of justice
Sso r. .a ..
'Whaiteyer prompted him to do the
work-1lByeot unknown, but it is sup-
pos0 Ithat he. was of a jealous nature
toward, the unfortunate an took this
,method'of putting him to the far be-
ypnd. _____________
S Hot Weather Weakness.
"I, If you feel fagged out, listless and
, lacking in energy, you are perhaps
lsutering from the debilitating effects
r' of summt:er weather. These symnptonms
lndictte that a tonic is needed that
Swill crete a healthy appetite, make
Sdgestihti perfect, regulate the bowels
-iind impart natural activity to the
Slive. .Thi, 4Herbine will do; it is a
tonic, laxative and restorative. 1H. J.
Y Freegard'lPropr. Grand View Hotel,
iCheneyiKan., writes: 'q have used
i'erbialoor the past twelve years, and
Nothing on earth can beat it. It was
recommended to me by Dr., Newton,
XNewton,'Kan." 50 at Johnson Bros.
One of the stlr-nge. tiil about t"-
churches of exiteo 'is that mno'. ;f
them is finished. You in..yv tivel fro t
Sone end of Mexico to th,, othpr rnd
wherever yoeI go .'you will Mlitd from
one to a half dozen workmen doing
omuethling to every church. They miiy
be putting on a spire there or a bit of
miCjtaion lere, but as mon its one
part of the building Is aipptirently comi-
pleted they go to work on linother, a nd.
,rhiiat lI more, there Is no lUkelihood
.dmat the churches will ever be finished
until the htWsi nre chi aged.
Since the present government came
Into power the church of Mexico bas;
not been allowed to own property, andl
such property as It required must be
.held in the names of individuals and Is
stabject to taxation. However, no taxes
have toae pamil on an unfintished build-
ing, and that is why the churches of
SMexico are never completed.
A WhintlinW Oynter.
The proprietor of a London chop-
housio sote years ago itade fame and
fcftune by the discovery of i musical
oyster. A dlistlnct whistling sound
eaiie from a tiewly opened barrel of
.o ysl,,rs. WVIth eagerness he hunted
for the cause aind found an oyster
which ienlted to anue itself by
win t1" Tb' ionnkeeper advertised
ainl liundreds came daily to bnl
,hs'ty to llateu to tile musical oyster.
I ,ret died. with it. C it supposed
It 1> th( sound was caused by the in-
Iratuion and expiration of air through
nluny hole In the hbeIL To this day
inn is known as "The Whisatlllg
Tl.e Art of eloerstirlon.
Fell me," pleade thbe artles s mald,.
i'reiu lies the secret of the art or
l veriaaUon ?"
he sage affeet4 the attitude he was
ut to assume when in the act of til-
.rtirl Wisdom* ad.ltsad:
I ami Ifateoing, breathlessly she an-
"Well, my child," he rejoined, "that
the art of onversing apseeably."
iW .;. I s -w s 1', '-
*'l dare ay," be remrked seridly.
tusp tin b when -be tumbled lti

M1 2Q I. the mnoran,' "that you have
AM attiot up with a sick friend or
*~~~V bae ed"'
oV I4 renptl "re be t
-0a sad I elah at'
ai, t *lc.. of
ban V~W' to

Ihet lthe w. itvt
ripa **n e..... *tOto
ri"ls lean

Ok t qtaaoo Tt re
cent teachers e ation, says a
college professor, 'wasaN; 'Can yoi nOnip
the0, M1onath 'toi ts"f~ I English
ilatoty as the kggt who never imled
again '
"The reply of one of the fair candid
dates for a license to teach was, *King
William Ruftus after e *l-sthon "the
64*Hstory records that the shot was
fatal." -
An Aat Wesot Comasn.,
In the tropical northern territory of
South Australia travelers need not' car-
ry a compass. Nature has provided a
living compass for them. The district
abounds with the nests of the magnetic
or nieridlan ant. The longer exis of
these nests or nioundis Is always in a
perfect line with the parallel of lati-
tr:de pointing d(ue north and south.
Selentista cuantuot explain this peculnr

"Pfu.t we haven't i eooekioach in the1
house." laterru)teod the wol)inn at the
"Well, you will have I.1n 1ew d:iys,
rn'n in. They've got them next door to
you. I sold at poiekailii o this preparaq;
tioU th,'re, 'Iutd It i-ka!ys drives 'em to"
the neighlboin."-- lEx clia'ge.'

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KOeting contxntly at it Is
the ky to veswr adver-
I I I-. * '

IgYou ItaInot port i tslg a d th i

news deu ands it until tui and-
U win A bu es caree thatgogIs

axll in tfor a srtm al abusine
nbeosi that folloWiti noturse map

nor i polyverto go.g a the but
; nes demands It untll the maxl* ,,
mum la recncedl. There fe ,
* maximum. for a small tbustness :
*' beyond which It Is not ecooiny ,
7 Chronicle.
. Or olumnsa furnish the ey
to su.eeBtul a&vertil!aw in "
this community. ow

i. r -r_-itc ."s l.. |.t -~.n
( us fw i It p


The Flor0da

Fruit and Truck Grower

*One fr. ......... .... 1.$1,- *
Stale eP ........... ...... 0

A handsomey llliustrated asglsin
derated e peiall.y to thei ntresta sf
the fruit nd veetlte -growta of,(
A at e l trial ubswiptpm.- of it
S willt be etn o~~n teip a 2
4e.at. amaspe oaen.

' **'G0 % fected +:Air, ......................
... .ria is t o*Aned exclusively to the wamps :A
IMd in by regioTa o4 the country, but wherever there t i
bad air this inside ot toe to health is found. Poisonous
por ant e t werand the musty airo danp
aemtlats *re laden i t1 germs of this miserable disease,
which o are atted the lungs and taken up by the
blood 6and trtsitt to every part of, the body. Then
you begin to feel out: o'sorts without ever suspecting the
cause. No energy oir petite, dull headaches% sleepy and
tired and coinpletely fagged out from the slightest exer-
tion, are some ofthe deplorable effects of tlhui etifeebling
malady. As the disea e progresses and the blood becomes
,more deeply poisone4, boils and abacesses and dark or
yellow spots appear upli the skin. When the poison is'
left to ferment aq4 the iuierobes and germs fo multiply in
the blood, Iiyr and kidney troubles and other serious complications often
arise. As Malaria ei ns and develops ii the blood, the treatment to be
effective must begin there too. S. S. 8. destroys
r . i the germs and. poisons and purifies the polluted
blood, and under its .tonic effect the debilitated
constitution ra idly recuperates and the system isy
s'ion clear of al ig ns ot this depreasin.g disease.
S. S. Is a guliranteed purely vegetaltle remedy, mild, pleasant and
harmless. Write a you want medical advice or any special inforkian
tion about your can.his will coat you nothing,


GiinesviJle, FiL rida

Men We Want to Talk To.
1le bAdicv tfhftf, e.cry/ matn Il Gaint&dmifte 'was a clothing exrert-
(f evcryj i(mn i4ctinvtwil kAtue the positt'e facts in "the "ooi'--thiat
.twEry manrt in (** Gin.otiuff'd Utld fo.oe lraaight to wis for of? /ltf clothing,
jEich tvcrk u' wetfillf. !uish a little argiumint(m on tae 4 t's hi
wtreek's (' n tii is (irre'd


Why aro the best-dressed men
In Gainosville our patrons?
Uri-y(c xetsVl rs ll



S.'iakliral otf iprttri. on cloth
A a. self to .xperts. Ie.rse

*,lsIt.imore. t i' W iel!y 'fanins1
of theI Il e xl.ig-.tlteVi
All the flir tliPei.tll. r.i- i

Outfitte to


muE unI ASD

.|: *ll. |E';,'l niN

S Why do cxporta on dress linva.
rlably buy tfrm as?
The answer is obviotil-thtey.
know what 'they want in ploth ..
lng -and thoir disorrlnnatInton
tells them we have it.

vdtl*, k o as. t Oi'** *

vmtcoior awereJA wib ) Ow0i
ce" ii o. tow

tl-Vhe iionstan, f s 4 anttqk '* :


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Mathushek Pianos,


Uost p.Aiio tfo ti tryinas OiliMsat, stand
tule lonizer than Othern, Aorstru bo't lTalte tial,"'ttd most atiste o
workmanltyht obtatnitble.
Uti to ditto lIn eviry
doitail Sli ul'u
Oqftls .
Sold by us iontlituotily tfo?
witlioutS a slnglt failure, It you
want a piano 0or a lilftlmo'll
service buy the
Mathuseilo h k T

Prices as low as I 0ooilaloteait with jiunitty
c(ash or on easy tirms, Se0 0on 1 d.'ty'
trial. Wo pty troliltthi. Wrtt, .
for lrrloa TODAY.

LIudden & Bates

Southern Music House,






S*"' !;?','k "l '

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tfus, l rBetf Pa t -ge' 't

'1 g ilt ca U40 a-,'

iet Ostoe ft Or C,talo .ex

'Baird Hardware Co


ALLt(.ATORZ If1% '8 ;


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;". .. JORDAN ...

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" tsa/ owl by.lfts 0 o 'i e
tot Of ooiitOwr .A vsq casMt oI
i*.. Wsfaer

1, wuCen1wIII at apI* W o '
bAdveruyemuetlla ofs wooi!m or me I
bths4 n..ert1l for One b cnthb a a4
ln sMvatso. eidb Iberiltho
'Please anMwar dveratsoeaaeste as addreia
Is theadi ei'et n t .... "v:o'U +r :s "
T10 0on"detnue oo t all ppoentkfMll tt U Af
t teaut liruwl wa ttou i
teli names wil not ?be ?lvto to Jaut .

DO YOU wj!tt a "sewolnintiahIne? Itif m W.
Sbuy until you have s lue i.t I pS:;! !,
ntiobey. 1 i 5e Oin hnnrt he hobtt mi NB
ofnmetllet, onaiaoment ar UlurllrorwUJni
obusllo. l.Ieos WMN oiit ohitiosA a fol.T
'urtoe, Otll on, o atldrKs C. A. W. Io
agent The S 4ner A(K Co, P . o S
i S tI w&N I -.
WA NTHiP,.r-Menu t.ol-.aI barter lrtxdo. Years
stavod. Thoroitkily a aeitl t4 oura.
lytabishi e lfItO8. Vn Dlly Oltlk.etltiw'l S, at.
Ittilsi, San irFraitEno(d, Ol)iattbn Init.'uieat'.
to l.tlnt )tsploitm, BUy syelson now.
Tools lvpn, i. vqltlop wtiltxrid PrIflotilirms
Orila nsia., la. ....

IF YOU want n alit,. Un>t-noW lJOb irlntitgt
TWi SU i orno oh thO ile o to 4et it.

am .au me thAAAAendit

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~i'o, Ga.

44 197 ry w ew1a
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StzwW tod ~
p, 71-

t veral N9We a 14'
S ^ot be6o CoIttered to the

u t5i^r ofo rIt ptttal .t arti n k
niv wldrciholdingi a onvens
at a eic4~anidte for trea5m
teadil:,4 aphr'u@t was a man
prisnrly tbeen'h 4wted as a bse

0 420 t $#2,400; 1Th -N-, v ,a yl.h. m. de a great ro
I7 #$~100; in b'unniug hows,
g ,0to 1,B00; V' G, I' $ uli w a phnI mt
$2,00 to 2A1)00; O, a :~ om4i atioir cade a speouh ou1o .in Iin i
)2(00 to ~$2Ae&; Wp;resbtb ,O~et aor in t ;e men v'eai ll
f roi $1,4040 to $ c50Q4 i~t see d! to t o ,,, .vnthl.
oe "of the:- Albltam .., Ai emoh n i r t a -
tollo : P41d:
Secr. Me a V:io i o ,t,0'.A.n the o t y 1 ( vih 1' .
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,'Deshle gtor e *,$ ] 4i,,,gt hundreds al t oi y, .i- ol e'*
'.recogn ^^e :: t l t .e, Ch irin., rep led he" or.., a.
ao s l i Iover. aIt $s true that the 10,O ro 11
OVaonts e .w : Qtf' hay tetionaed wiase'n hil ph "r. hut
"' the h"asurgeat' Tbr I let ime askol r rir Cht' rm ni 1$ 0i th('rV
jt e d e nan he1i'ci who ever sarw bhi of.al
.ut 'practically the ... of 4 enabase?
'ior( ~tr *ouli be. simtla to onte. t
Ssea lem44a ."' t ,rilant syia. t erta diseases
01 1. . . .... .

,butprand thaly thdeo ai m 01, Weonto at wr re gularity. ThUs aute,
on f*t.edturte4 thecd4 Ve i'ea 'or krhemztlim prevails from Februaryt
In tht t V"ei, roade r I ab] .um, April, innlammnatlons. of the lunge
ert i i el o ma0e e -suitab f from O March till May, stomach and' ie-

br welhe1et ei.ee seIt ures k aod en. t, testinal :complaints in. August and

t0a' scm time past that government ha "bass some hYgIenIsts elassol1y die-
f JtBl', tlincrosin ;.the :small :. eases into sumn mer, tll, winter and
$i of the navy left *t the end ofi spring diseases..' This easslication Ia
Sthe alll4 powtrp' blockade o. the !in supported by mniny fnets wiheb slhow
urgt ports. If nt, then as P that weather changes ro ly exert pow-.
ockades are not rcognied in in erful lntfiences Upon health and die-.
tttlonal laW, eh nation imust ,e- ease. "o cop successfully with these
n lt whether" it #vill re, changes and' their harmful lntluencess
th et reo; e retof hosure+-' 'o. dl exercise ,1 the open. air in all
mportead ItnglithA # protest aigatt"t 'the the year is tfhe beat opreparanton. This ju
eeree, but something of the kind is e*i toughens 'the system and i s at Ondeo
0.td 'prvonInon n rd ua n:re.
'Gu~lty of Manlaughter. alo noo rwaissgi.
' ) hto, une 8 o8.-A union teamnoater, A rep enet scene toolk place before
Aibraham Covert, uas been found gull iathe seyof T is recentlly f It was the'
ty of mamelaughter by a jury in Judge huckstering fora man's life in the pres-.
'tCovert Il.e San*, enceup of.,rthe. vtniny :Me washan Arab
ckel ,sGt.ae-, a '.omtsslon "mrhan In- erfuloa sinlmcn. uial in lOtve a-d Wdi-

tIon tr10oubl rosult.nga n Grtei drv s ontenced to dle, wuhc u almost tt thee
'"g io a railroad right depot to re hou" aed thor eir action f Infe urderne
'ele shipment of produce brought nmn's father oIered to treat, aring all
on.a quarrel,.In which Govert struch to the Koranb for the price"oihlood.
and killed aLes. F'ive members oh The rgaini was bondueted lathe'
a. imoe served on tohe jury. a o T presence, b Wat as the murder a r's
e[ti Sa "at 061 tleo.eyar Ivs~ tod et reparation Tli to

l hilabelphta, June 8;-.e po rts froi gleam of hope, W a led to the gallowsce

et4 1iyunk ,x tr today .ays the Vtailk aun 'b-anged.
broken andi a a*rge nmimber, f not all, e'PrItore n t c e es..
the stri.Iers will 'return to 'work next O~*Mtar' share, coStp to be 4titq
1,"0Monday, A mass meeting of toys anrd a ar t meatur e t 0 na 1 a
girls was held in K on to to.ay At, to in 'et on ok pI before
r the rmAba ose orl perbeenounagu- the beySto Tul rn tly. It Wa the .

or"antastiou.h Te by nt jury o mil ope l to ti wlor nlatne the ea
M,- wloyed about 8,000 children, s ch a oUl olle ibe S
T :. LotAPHIC aREVTultiV II it. 1i ot lkt to ash aost at ith .
A. rairod frlt epotto re. ho es to the o AR rwilX ned

A mob of itn at W.nn,, Ark,, e t teate ti red pave.
tarredd a nd feathered' two Memphis t man' ather o) er rt ina
men, one of whom was charl'4 wIth
"in ,intediCgto el tpe with the wife ot a 'the K r te *9. o bloo
Weynne merchant. "Aer o The r g pay as cep uo be:
SUltIlO~ns ervanez on the Jdury. t prenc. me. th a6d0 \he

SThe flod ittiualion ont the Uppet busnas man who tries to IIe plste/a.
}sie..slpp- il very ertl-al. Alrady, tal Without lt .tem'p t :, fate l,^tsd
lth riTver: i Stil k 'rl ksa.t soV Vs mv ag hate 5 at Cat

,At Wahitn the making of Unit- et Ia4nsti~aethem4 *meanslk ipeia
q S Ptatelhmauft t-i0porlB.e China coast l1on I e w to t tll 60O w

I'to prtPt of :"Admilral ] ~vlna ol 'advitt .lainghb o
cond ims in China, ...tera1
A feriman sergeant 'ha been e- .
.Aene d t o prison for brutality to pr te.5. MR. ..'.. .
St". Ies .t was provlr. that the em" TWbO !N go aa* Poiander o-ut on :
giant frqueatly eapt in the e outhns ol, NualUl n ,lltOWe.'4 a 'grai' ,
0a aiwewi-th at. Lao, week hr next Lttakn

AIrl at S'Il5hel ta In. Peeshe an taork. todaya
X:,\PH. co. tK If the pereo.y will pres : tl.-Iatt* t ot, D pNug
lieb of- t*oimsat Vk T, who O W, e-.a*..

l 'm a 0 r' a e .sled "tea, he is right sUar0t of a rilt0 i
.&. sum.aU; repl ed the as (rem . -;. .
mtpi -pl to:( x and a 0 o Rt. co i -' .tah.

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eO thty don't givU tra6st 04%l e4mr

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bood nature follows.

Sweet,-ri1p fle of wheat and malt. '

"The proprietor of the Pr does not oeto a it down to breakft amd in foo
adoe not do so, without a good-alsed diahot Vonoe,' and regrda it the best cereal
fod that has yet been put on tn bem k et, ,
4 ", W. M*aoa, PubhahW, owatat B lw, Iowa City, IoWa.

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Atlantic Coast Line Offers One Way
Rates to Homeseekers.
Tle.Atlantie Coast Line Railroad
OompanyW +l participate in one way,
settlers' rates from Ohio and Missis.
sippi rlv4r gateways-OCincinnati, O0.,
LoualisileKy., Evansvill., Ind., Pa-
ducah, Ky., Oniro, Ill., St. Louis, Mo.,
and point beyond ; also in basing rates
from MeipMte, 'Tenn. (tickets not to
be .sold from Memphis proper), for
points on and north of the line of the
Frisoo systeni (Momphisp to Kansas
Oit.y)t to the following points in Flor-
ida,. eorg;la, North andl South Car-
olina and Alabamanloqated on this,
system, or o whioh the oompany fo~ird
part of.an authi,ried ticket4ng route,
at following rates under' conditions
at.-:poe half of the standard oneI
way sa*t, o"VaU0$2.00.
SDates AWl4e-0 arch 8 asd 17, 1908 '
Apritfl il 1, l0; May '6 and 190
1908 June l mand 16, 1908; July 7and
14908; AUgust 4* and 18, 1908; Sep.,
tember I atd1~,l, 190.8 October 6 and.
20, 1908; ambor anrd 1s7, 1903.
- Lilt-Ootitlnuous passage.
Oondltions( nraot and each cou-
pon of tickets to be faced "second-
ol, nob good, i parlor or sleeping
lIere are ombmeof the staple orops of
the d ff1 erQnt loto i. of ti territory :
A(l vegetblos and e, ,ll .trlts,
peaObe, pears, ~rpei 0 o nges,
pineepples, grapefrttit, watermhelonl,
oltrou and oIthei .froat, wheat, corn
oats and other 'prai~a, tobacco, cotton,
Spesirth, h ,:
The policy of the 4tIantio Cat Line
It to ftoter all 4erolopmepts along its
line,.. -" .. :" t e ..
tt claims ith t s .the greatest
trucking ro5ad& fe ^pa, and plo-
Vide every faIity, for gotti. farm,
garden a4 or prodts to the
northern market in the bent po0eible
ounditioit, in *sh rtest time, and at, low-
eat rates, -
In no paPrt of the' ootintry Is there a
reter abundnee of game an44d fih
L an on this 140.
Norther- -tlarineye are Invited to.
Write for intownfatlon -in detail aboit
te the.trrltor ', the Atlantic Coast

One.Way ttlre"' and, Round-Trip
144" e kers' Rates.
.The 8 t""s4 Ai Line railway have
Sar gd th following attramctive rate
to Maate, ,Bratidantown, Eilenton and
Vev m hto River Qateways.
Oaeoway e4tlers' ltot-ra endorsed
stood ola4, not good in parlor or
sloping oar, to be sold to all po1nat
on 5t 8X. W . i. .. Rand 8.8 .
0Co. line *t Wt* based oneh4alf oft the
Onu--lase U+ ited tare, plu4s .O0,
ke till be sold on the first and
hitad Tad pof eah month, to and
loulodia Zembier17th. IO0.
?~rrish, UIln.o.. Palros, Braid0.-

a ty .u th a)M ot s tae, pl'-ka ,:
as.00. fbr tak Maed iran vansC. ;.m

.n T yte pora
Do nkePiitipto
bowels, but regular action cannot be secuttr4 until .,tlie Uv', .. .
secretes enough bile t6o make the intstes*e f :.;.
execute their natural functions. Unha
ural agitation caused by ,athartlcs, compels
continual and Increasing does to
atta.o the results.

I' acts on the
F :J i river; cures Chil;
*1 and Fever, and every form of
l' arial,t'illous, Ren tting and Inter-
mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cup*r-

Sae by Johnson Bros. Gainile

b JAMK "L" ,ARD L:" is

iFor 4ale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville

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S;' JIli ~umps reoved a note 'n Y: i
Fro ,one whO lovS: a Jok0'1 Q -
It rea : Iand by fb hra'ht'K"n
iOf ccenr li'fe an fun I
Ot e. i box of tOi'l" wa' s ,:t by bir.
'That fills the piP laughed
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TDie Suddenly 'at
uWile on Visit,

Wtel While in This City and:
d Himself in the Best of -
S'to. th6 Time for His

t. received in the city yes. -
the death of. Capt. R. H.
hoe sudden :demise ooeurred,
py on Sunday while he was
to relatives at that placeo. i
here Saturday for, a few
!ting his niany friends and
ito be in the best of health
O dJ to visit that section of
1,lty fot a few days, before re-.
to b hlduties as assistant light
eeperfor the, light house lo,.
.neqr i.Oedar Xey. .. :
il0aeed was one of the oldest
at ihof this County and had twice
tiet<6d Alacllua in the Legisla-.
Swhich he. did with both credit
iibtlity to his large number of con-

No JOptt los0 of strength.
nferv0uane a he4aeho, constpation.
bad breath, general debility", aowr rs-
Ings, and4 ctrrhif t he atomaoh are.
, all due to ndi tes6on, Kodl ouro
IndlgesltOn, This nw dIAcovery rpr-,
asetc the ntral uI of digestion
as they exist rin a> hAlthy .tomaoh,
combined with thoe "rtest known ton6
and reconstru tive propertles. Icodoi
Dypepata Cure dos not only oure In,
digestion and dyspepsta, but this famous
remedy cures all stomach trouble" by
lining, putrifying, sweetening and
.trengthning the mucous membransm
lining tho stomach,

Kodol I

fIves, DI~ttQR ~

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and ridge vO

).t T6IoA eRatsO tono ow York City
Cr* wt *^ e e ,154 ItUnl speooaltieso
I DR4 .I ,Wom Sw, .

ay.n.Sa S aO GatnesvIlle. k:\t

*! e .Tu '4eJ o < wf h all trom Smitb'sa
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S... W A ,I".ON
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ill, j m .s*z ....
DealOt In raInLt ,t* Tborouthiy posted
w .h eveD1P.y eoo Aliu ount

k 1114904oe wot .
Loo \ o GLA, ASSESS t ,VEMnD.
We buy or sell Futliir Oe, or can ontroi
with ou ontf, omIsmiun 1 htll is. Pitromnte
"W oihYted it at d tsl1i alwi' s.

4as pilxty odd years of age, and DIOESTS WHAT YOU tA' r
s large nuinber of relatives and ..A.Y... N)
i to mourn his sudden death. Olvee. alth to thei teok esn A I t. A
RA pr 0 an old Confederate soldier .trenl. to the wea. PAPR. HALN. I t
a bad also served in the Indian war, Bottles only. $1.0oiM0O holdn2odint 24 tme AINES I4. LOIU
Sle;membered by a large* number, the trial si wtChli fsh oir oo. .
'Witt:` **ent .for DFCORVActS' WAxLth PAVI-
tldra4t itn this section. PeL by 3-. 0 iWitt Coa, C. dMPANY,New YRk. ."-
s Perlighted With Rains-Notes TALK R HAYLOR
s i- Personal Nature. *i 'ANO.WMENsI i .
0ip4oelle, June 6.-The farmers are klt.St ATTO EYVhA4T-LAW,
tohi elated over today's rain., to t ul ra o vi le J- Fklld
A"nie Reynolds, a charming ot s, a ,,k; -
3 l:ady of Micanopy, is the guest of 110m1N ATI"'" b!t W 'SU,^ 4-
Mrs. $4hn letrouer this week. r I O. A.- _ELVEID ,
GaI+W .... 'Bot. SCH AAR Prorie r.
CroyVn piano from Gaini~sville last ,3 V"Frst.,,
"rb -18 'W. Forsyth tit." Jaksotnvillo Fla.
is a i olinan of Gainesville spent C l tlHEi PUBD 41C. O0ol Po.toleo. ,
'Wedesday in our midst. We, the undersigned, herebyoagree e .
M -s. John Feaster and family, ac. to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining p t1 eiy. Fine
companied. by the Misses Tucker, en-. paint who can show, b-y similar tests, Wtnea, *iquors a4d Olgars.
jo da flih fry at Prairie Creek Thures any paint astahding upon any metal lTHEWEST END
da-| All report a fishing time. surface as perfectly and for so long a
3*sa t Collins of Palatka visited time as our FINE WIN1E, -IQUORS & COIAR8I
friends here Saturday. .GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT. JOHN MhNeIlU. Proprietor.
etsrs. +Brynait and Findleytwo of We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS- .ltII W, a1 it.. JaockonvUe,
eihatopyS- promising boys, made an, TIC paint to contain no tar, rosl-, asn. FaIt.ber, bottleind dtrauight. Don't
agre~ublall, here Sunday. phaltum or any of .he prodWuet of fail to (cl onk m when in Jacksonville
:,^We t i!lesie Kelley of -GalneYsvlle i petroleum, and when applied to any ---- .- .......-.... -...
i" :l'hier sitterer, r'rs. older. *: t.I.e se4ord!.g to our directions' to IjAKoN V IL ''
'rol Book, who is now holding a Wa~ pert'c'ly for 4. V .4ti4 of ve .
Slucrtive position at Key West, it. 6h yors, andwe agree to tfiriN h, repeatt t. e A .
gust,6f his- another this week. charge, all ptant nicesitry tdi r aptit -0 ttA AND A00F
W1 0. Adams made a flying trip t any tUrfaeo where it has proved do.
ctheointy capital Thursday. ... :- + f(,t'i*.t f- 8if(hr. tgnint:r. y .,ih M. ti ,dk.
m asfeld one of Dunelldan'i The ltonal t hPnt and Varnish Co., ims t f re
ope. arpii a here-Sunday to' ee our ., Oiveland Ohior. U. 8. A. -,. .n, .. ..
little belle. L e take ple ire ,in announings tat+ T.L zt4fi A :
Justice Tucker spent Saturday in ew have se60ured orol.. for Alsa .
Gatintesville;. c'" ot t,, for .th te eleb
Mrs. Allen Kelley returned Monday A. T ; A T, (gene HITS0 nof*
from Ladrosse, after a pleasant vitit -itwn a l.Te paiint4 ")
to her parents. an ha 04 : tb:Vf 'Ais Alo ,oN f i .o ftT E.
Mtiseu Ltal. Zetrouer and Lizzie .me ....
Tuoker, atel #dhltghtf visit to Mrs. : T^ *IV: A'. CM a. IhfA .. fttms a1 OM r 1 w
.Mae ti ke -of Gae ,ville, returned l hil l. P p j* e. "Fla.
hom e AU 1y!.. 1 1 0 in g :
... "p.s ^* tlpated Bowels.''I Otr"IT .1.A' A+r' foIMi nn:t t+SAts

1ave tofly -. h ,th e y should . ..... P5MW s
be kept.In a MIatire condition,, and I ,sveil'l. 1 u..,
Sthe bo le ta tev4l at leant once a ,day,
so tha1Ial the poisonous wastes amre ."
expell.4 4a1y. Mr. L. E.dwards, ,. r u i 1hri fre1 1 Lo *).u
142 N. Almai St.. Wic.hisa, y'"ansas,
writes: TO ha- used Uethine to regu-
late the ve andbowel for the pact r. .. .LW
ten year, foilnd It a reliable irmtm w A' A
edy, t, on-Bros ,. .. -
Will Deiver the Boxes. Ilu, aowUg$
J lte.lel ha. been awarded the Py It
eolract to deliver the baltotboxes for iOp1tplt stock of 1 t.?ijni
the el.tl to be eld on Tuesdy fo "
the irpe of e trustees tre, 8tovS', Reat8 0,
de.Vitt 0ile;n rateof village to bee jI.tic ,wi M ao Inreg
t s b-hool 4**Wi
triet. of Atib 4oenty. In alk ther are
NmVeit* 100t"iett where the voto otlz.
wilt be ta~t u)4 alt qualfled voters art
+t b et i t *, o- "'e p Lo' ... .
.eh oi .d Fras*.tt ie 1 4
's. Quick, !chdat4* to
ihse eafy 1, easosobefore th x NgV1ILE O
ood owl were toro

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rooomuila Now 'York. Arrlvet.4Atllyxo.ep, Mwititploo IlvamVttdilyd ,l l HB afety, ...;.:..:-;i';
N . M o i.ld a %4-"'Y.w York %ad ,'lOrlt IIpreoss." l-ll 41h Mi Wlig room 0roepl ire 5a5'W^
Il dUiit o tra betwoelt atksooille lrid 'ow York, OolaObs b*tativuO JtoiksouvlUe l % IKi', '.
N.os. M )n1td o0-"Wn6'tdu ton ntli ,loIldta L4Utited." i _%lnn Otpwine room st1leAptni' i
between Janksontalu nl N York. Colwho eot Johovitd bWiOertweenj1 tttona, Ontaiil
otTars teen C iblumnt r at iWastllinitop. ailv. ..
No. ao0'i through thLe -Land or the .I .No,.
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4 t i* 30 i' i i r a w i n g ro o m an d b u20eS aJ o(I v Il ls u
Ro Ro etweec ,Mkno-t e atinli the North aid Wedt *NaUNoo
1aio a 10 U Lv. Jes.hi> e ..-.... .,,...... . ;. Ar. 6?0 ) 0
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830 ao ^as Lyv. Ctlnlntt, 0.110,,.. tg Deou ->... ... AAr 7 40 a if p
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and CI lniiatl,. Arrivem dtilvy exveiet Mtn tmly letav .1-1 l otti itl1tyM. T roiusew i mmil
rlfwmtiromoi lepinog oari to Chbloitg vfia ll it'o Ir: to "lv atl vila ,Ii Vwi0 .0 i ttoe.ti 0 l
via Pennuvv'ittum( il hs. i-ibritry cbeirvujfo!o tiir to r)0ivlUe, rIrsr,. 0tla1 tli orln 16t0iIt a io
to ch aMtnuowt oDa nm dot* to U1lcinull Alio Tuesday, 'nmfdstd tnsil Surttay, *thftp4 i-s'A64
1It car n Firo toaltus thuroUgfitare oitim avui t dinitlnlet ar nitil. Through Pulitan iri stwlrioo tun oieeplnt oears to OhuoiuaOvia 03, H. Atl .ntMuOit a toi. i' so
,-hlo.l Vi tt- ii .l-l t t o4f llo Kft4 Cty 1 0
(Nuts --- lfetweetn Jacksondile and KansCY X1A
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ored by Our Reporters.
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Wat Has Hppened and What Is Going
to Happen Told in. Short Paragraphs
7 So That "'He Who Runs May Read"
it in The Sun.
insure with Cushman & Hill.
T.Z Weks of Waldo was a visitor
) Glst a vilVle yes irday . ...
l ter.xee MoYers' about those con-
trgh away q k, lest ye forget.
re shingle.for sale. : Inquire
viudion, orph ai'enosville. 1w
t.Aoordion Piglutmig-Any with up
.8 BIches, Sutuitrst skirts plitited,
S1' Rich, 28t1 W. .Duval strcot, Jack-
'n;iWd excursion to Tampa June 15.:
Tliketi from 0alresville good. return'"
li.untt.il ithe 18th:. 'Fare, only $2.20

.W. 0 town an4d J. D.o Guthrie, two'
of the enterprisinghbtsli nesm bet of, th e
tewbery .setion., paid. Gaineville al
ba siness visit o ownday'
Joe Cato, an old colored man who
"ias resided n tihis cty for many years,
died at 'his home :In. the Western'' part
the lty yesterday, Old age was,
the cause oft hs demis. ,.
Iteports froIm nthe flishoriles loaatend
0i' this elty..ar to h effect that the
;at.heos were never better and a large
quantitty are now being shipped from
the i nk and NewUan's Lake, .
i Single young .itt will find the
o:. lest furnished roonis at the
Brown Hosee Anne:, 78 c6nts per
week to $2, Also several rooms for
l eight Iousekeeping. 'Apply Brown
Sflouse office.
Milb Deyo, wlo gives a. reoital to-
l, night .and Wednoesday:, night for the
benlfilt of the lBaseball Aisoeoition. il.
One of ilo t best interpreters of mu:io
" that haot ever visited this ioty antd the
' people aro missing a treft if they do
ii not hlmr him.
S Arthur Ohitty, onte of lhe prominent
young business i menl of Micamnopy, ,oo,'
S tneted. with the i rm of iE. o. Oi(ti ,7U
on, was a visitor to Gaimes0vtlle ysa.
tardaiy. lle was accotipaiinledby Miss
Bessie Keys, thie poipuhlar younIg mll

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*r for that tpriig rm. hae been troubled fr some
hIe handsome two-story reatl04no with indiAltonft a nd sour stomach,"
S\V. Shands, which is boluaget sys Mr. Sarh W. Ors, of Lee,
li East raimesville, has begon0 us d hitki t
u11, p, roportiouis, the framing being whih hai4 helped me very so
up, aaitl theo carpontoer will soon that now l.an eat maiy 1 hbga tat h
iamneeo tho weatherboarding of the before Wcoiulnot." Ityoh ae any
troublee ithyour stomach 'why not
mt. \VWhmi tluiahestd it will be one take thea tablets eld get whio$t For
the prtttiSt buildings of that seoe sale by a dr.ggat*8 and ditedicie
n. dealers., .. .
lhamnberlain's Stomach and Liver ov. 8 W. Walker, president of the
lets are just what you need when Florida Bo i9ry of Suthurland. we
A have no appetite, feel dull after in theits14i for a short time Saitur-
ng anud wakhe pti with a bad taste dy He wr yw t toJanm chrt
your mouth,. h1y will improveday. .11 i eqot to aip h
ir appetite,o cleanse ad4 invigorate he delivered th o44 tomonoment set.
r stonaclh and ve you a relish for mcm of the Jasper Normal institute
n od. For ae by all druggists unday Pro' Walker. reprs the
di d school tarm just lMose a tiot ptos't
he Atlantic Coast line offers special porous on, but says he hopes to do
es to Detroit, Mich,, in July; At- even better next yeart Stathlantd it
ta, Ga., in July; St. louib, Mo., in an excellent, healtht l l eition, the
me Knoxvillel, tenn., in Jutm and school is one of the best in the South,
y; Baltinore, Md., M July; Balitti ud there is no ,msou Why t 'thealId
rv, Md,, in June; Boseton; Mass,, in not prove su'$eatl in every wa.
me; Asheville NC., in JuneI S- "-- "' ,
nah Ga., In June; NashvIlle, A Frightend Ho
n., Jone and. July. Special low Running like mad dowi the sreest
nd trip rates to many other points. dumping the ooepafnts. or a tislakded
will s've you to t.aqu.ire about othor accident, a every o
trIp' '3 A. QouwAr, Ticket rene It behooves everybody ktt aM
a e. liable sale* handy acd ta f*>ooa"
a - -^'-^,-1, ~--- j_ as /M"good as Bucklen% Amti 8alv.

t, e te V ** e Al^ 'a *.ft. 3o, at drug stol ,,
'A not

ton Atcapt: $W. O.DetQ%, *-
oiTed to lis o forOfrWas*
ral days w4th rhenmttism, .e'~OfrWs llo (u
to be sorewhati Iniroved day by Miss pBuvkbim

Il 14, WI rAtv n' HdSIi (JrAIv n It ALi E
iW h Obt Wortv ()ne and

u'mtirctt Xenn.ard yre v
r r family fromwhe 'OUll ptpent
to' the entage ne~Xt; tb J rewl4ente '
8. lBurnett. :v
Htelp along the h lt t t
same time eujoy Ale ~, r*as tf perfect.
music by' Milo,6 D 'el nht i: t
Wednes dy n.fito "'
The regular mo l iii |
Home Mission oe |y 1 4| bpJ this4 6
afternoon at 4 Oe ,ok a~ t, e lt4tuie
room., Mr"s. W. L:. j '4lo eL
J. 1. KelluM, awho 4 bee ting in
the (i~paofty of;'i ehblef dik of' tq1
i ouse of Rer. sexntatl$vi i of the
la turte, eburned tothe a1fy yectcrid
8. Nelson, colored, who is hef the
vegetable grpower bf thE Oly.tt c
tslor and a constant r er of Ala
chuti's luminary, whs i- the ity. yes'
terday. .. .
If you want to be in the push you
will go and hear the ~wrld-famous
Milo Deyo at the opera house tonight
and tomorrow night,. T iketis atc Mil.
ler. A Avera's. .. .. ...... .
Rernemnbcr the grand excu*ri0n, to
Tatimpa 0vcr*he Seabo .1r Li)e0 on
the l5th inst. Fa4re from GaineevUley
round trip, only $2 0., 4iketi good re-
turning until the .18tbh, tcsl sive. i St
Mrs. J. Wyatt, .h5o has been absent
for t he past several months at .u'her -
land, has returned to her h zmdia: this
city, Whilh away she was employed
as matron for the mShool At that plaee.
Z. 0. Smith, the famous cartoonist
for tho Times-Unionh, wa in 'the ity
for a few'hou.rj yesterday. *e I 'o
his retrtu rn tr ip fro0n Taooia0 w' re he
has been to visit hil parents. for a te

0. Brinkley, of the firm of Bni.ley
& DBaiues. ofr Cyril, was, among the,
visitors to Ganesville on Monday. Hie
state that h!nil ll! owi.o kept busy'
running on rill time to meet the large'
demand for 1ujber,
Mias Mattle Brabhan, who has been
for the paot s verPft Inon Lhs the effil
lent ditlner the sr"tore of Mrp, W.
. Qiarpr~aiter at Citra, has returned to
.her home In this flty, much to the de'
light of her many friends.
, Wmi, Thonimaf, one of tho prosperous:
merchants of Bllt, was a visitor to the
Central OQty yesterday. 1He says that
the merchants of that thriving section
are doing well ind thatbe. hopes the
Wave of prosperity wilo continue.
0. P. Ormnnd of Oamtpville was in
the ifty yesterday, He has the ooa'
tract to gee out all the pales for the
new eleatt0 e light compai0y' and came',
here for the purpose of 0qotferrling with
Superintendent Drig in reference to
the matter
It is not often that .tbopeoplo of our
lity have an opportunity to, hear mu-
ed 1ahe0n. tonight fo atd ,deasday nigh
when Mile oeyo gives Mis, retals for
the benefit of the 'Baesball A .ooia.
tion.. Tickets bn Isale at Miller &,
Averalll;t . . .
J. 0. Newberry. one of tlo e-nt!ev
pricing a sd deawake orehan of
High 8pVr1gs, was baslne- visftor
to Gatlnevlle y.isteeday. he i
that the new selool building tpr that
plaoe, wbhith he has the @outt t
li.t.idl,4ng", t :asattout ~ea t eomp '
and wilt irtiWve the- fln{ihtng ne
by tie firatf nlext mo th. '

r'. J M. DeO3 1ft last ttlgmt tot
AAtlagW. where w lbebasnt or the.
naet three no 4. Whiaway he
Iwill be conneatel 4ith Mt avy ho.
pitl os oif dit hopia of
young phyligi t to se hin
masha, .h dep:t-td b .t mope the
shasp will pro,,.al to aim in
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TT O;) if6;,nI p uv
'l k"'' ;ter. 8he t::wll::) re^mna, .for'

M"il: pe' reels tonight and ti to-
m.ii|w, i|lght, will be, the last oppor-
iiiputy ta u will 1ivA to 'ltar this
dleb<(rated, $ozanLy phnisc. Wlekets

'Z-Vai o'r oof 0Adondo is in the
if siar t elsatid- e and f;riendr He'
l ifix ';e, fiebv deAuty that place
Ondl .levfas. to. bring lall offenders
ofthe law o justice '^..;.." :",
T. J. Capers, :represeritig the 0. A.
Sterns Shoe Companpy, departed yes,
t{erday for 8wannee Spring, where he
will opond several days "'among his
frieads in- that section. ',
lotic e Is hereby given that B. C.
Drakeis no longer agent for me in
renting or contracting,regarding any
prop er,,,y oW:Wd by u, and. that all
ey nen ts mlut be made direct to me.

Mr illlip Miller and4children, a10
coMirpanied by the former's parents,
M -. ad Mres. A. G. Austin, depart3d
$ Nuliay for Terre HautaI'md.;, where
they will spend the summer delight-
fully among friends ard relatives.
3. ^I, pow o h .s returned from points
in So0utl Florida, where he has been on
a p.roapeeting, tour for: the past few
weekls. He. went as far south as. the
Iidian R.eseryation, arid deelareS that
section to be the fli~ist country im the
world. : '
#I, 1PoWle.ttnd A ?G. Mills, two of
the representatives citizens of Lennon,.
were here yesterday transaeoting busi-
tessB. They report that the saw mills
and turpentine plants of that section
are at present doing a good business
and that the labor is easily had to keep
them running on full tmeo.
L. 0. Heater of Williston was In the
city yesterday,, having come up for the
purpose of having some dental work,
done by Dr. J, H. Pierson. He says
that the truckers are about through
with their .eueumber crop in that saeO
tion and that the growers came out all'
right considering the bad season they
have had to contend with.
The city editor of The 'Sun returns
thanks to Trupis Denby for a basket
of elegant peachbfr from his farm M:ar
the atty, whilohe was thoughtful
enough to "'donate" Friday. Mr.
)Debyi ha one of the finest 'ad : most
pofitable orchards in the county, and,
he Is now imalting daly shipments at
great profit. All varieties are choice,
and this enterprising grower ez:pe.
rienoes no trouble when it comes to re-
'Was Waiting Away.
The following letter trom Robert R.
Watts, of Salem, Mo,, is instructive:
"I have been troubled' with kidney.
disease for the lat five years. I lost
iesh and never felt well and doctored
with leading physlOians and tried all
Mt ewiiehout eief,+u |.
WbsalyZtrle 1y5 ZKtmey cue
'anId ls than twt~i b tleas comnapetelA
e t.e me. and -, so, bw sound and
W ; ..Sold by W.O .Wallaces drug

M ; 'ore. PlayerArr iv *, ,
WiWhi the neast rd'ays ainevie
baseball enthusiast will be able to see
what they havealIlong wapted-a
lrt.ls es baseballteam for this oity. It
titderstood that the ang etentI hailt
i at last oonpit All ple arrangeMents
whereby they pr poa:e to-have a team
second to none in Ithe lState, and with
this desire have. secured nothing but
the beet material obtainable. Look
out for them at the nat met.

Mre. Wialow'a Sothig Syrup Maa
bemi wned by ehUlata while teething.
It soothes the child, f tens the guna1
lat ais, wind oellt eand

*atahwouhoutthC Wl.


.orse.: 1r nsr tia r any s1li
ttre Iaii t tI iS t brae a ios
fbr tije 1.1? $erset^, the Kabo
3orgt and f^ 1'NritaM Corset.
.Thi latter i the p.w Ibrmu ad.
Sjustal, orget ot idieuln and
I. n g ln Weo gZ iWeep the

Speci ValVue
In many de partlnts this week.
It will pay you ito vlt the story
of rtefn, .

Mosquito Canopies
At $1.00, 1.4fi, $1.75
$2.25, ready to hang.


the Citizens at Large to Assist the
,aestitute of Georgia.
With commendable enterprise and
perseveran Ie Miss Ida ,Burkhim has
succeeded in raising a neat little stmm
for the flood and storm sufferers at
Gainelville Ga., and the amount was
forwarded .Monday to the relief com-
mittee of that city.
Foilpwing are the names of the do-
nators and the amounts:
C. W. Chase, $25; W. .. Thomas, $5,
Ool, Nichols, $5; Baird Hardware Co..
$2.60; W. W. Hampton, $2; Florida
Fertilizer Co,, $2; W. N. Wilson, $2;
B. F. Jordan, $1; ; Mrs. Parker, $1; Dr.
Phillips, $1; Mr. Carpenter* $1; Carter
Bros., $1; A. Coroneas, $1; Mr. Capers,
*M! W;.G. Robinson,$ t ;John Flewellen,
$1; Marcus Endel, $1; Phillip Miller,
$11 Barney Colson, $1; Mr. Voyle, $1;
Ida Burikhim, $1; Cash, $1 ; Mr. Liv-
ingston, .50; Evans Haile, .50; Mr.
Eddins, .80; Cash, .50; Cash, .50; Cash,
S.50;, Mrs, Cooper, .25; Cash, .25; 'Maj.
Floy, .50; Mr. MeOormiek, .50; Cash,
.50; Dr. Sibley, .50; J. H. Vidal, .50;
0. T. Weeks, 5,0; Cash, .50; E. O Neill,
.60; Mr. Merchant, .25; Mr. Steekert,
-.60; Dr, Thomas, .50; dash, .70. Total,
Another list will be made up as soon
as possible and forwarded, and in the
meantime should any one desire to oon-7
tribute to the fund they car do so by
calling and signing the. list at the
storeof L,.1, Burkhim, on the north
side of the square.
Daughter of Capt C. A. W. Thomas
Weds In, That City Saturday.

uon thoe nat.
OU -the and, Inslt ..:+. "

Seuralgie pains, ehpamatism, luin-
bp andt sist e
.penetating ,Inimeee of re$:. la:
new Linitmenit. It p."etoatt to thI
ievs nd bone, ad being abeeiW, I
Into the blood its healing proiprl-1

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Full line of FINE CAS-
ROBES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hear.e and carriages
furnished when desired.

Personal attention to
all business i this line.
Orders by mail or tele-
graph promtly attek(1-
ed to.



(118 E. UNION ST.)

Special Reductions in several
grades while the cards least.

Island Grove Truckers Receive Good
Returns for Vegetables.
SIsland Grove, June .--The dry spell
has been broken and we Are having
daily showrsi, much td the delight of
our farmers. Much of the spring crop
of vegetabes has been dispried of at
Satisfactory pridees.
There w.s an entertainment givuli
by the ladies of the Island Grove WBa-
tist church on Friday night, the 5th
ifft., which was a suoBesa in every par-
ticular, it being largely attended and
highly enjoyed by all pretnt. Among
others who deserve special credit for
making the aeratiameotnt a soccer
are Mrs. M., O.arlton and Mis Jesie
The good people of Island (Grove
prehiet, io. 9, regret very Amoch the
occurence that kept the4t t4i pLir-
ticpatinK la the wet and 4" election


There was a pretty marriage solemn-
ized at the Episcopal parsonage in
Tampaon last Saturday, when Mr. A.
E. Thompson led to the altar Mrs. Min-
nie L. McBride.
The bride is the daughter of Capt.
0. A. W. Thomas and was for many
years a resident of this section of the
county, and has a large number of
friends and acquaintances here.
The marriage ceremony was perform-
ed by iRey. DfoHart of the Episcogal
church and was a quiet affair, beifig
wituesset by only a few of the, mpst
intimate friends and relatives.
Six Candidates Initiated Into the Mys-
teries of That Order Friday.
As the beat evidence that the grand
brdero O 6dd Fellows is growing in this
4eetion it may be stated that, at the
meetingof Center Lodge No. It Fri.
day eveninR six candidates were in-
Itiated Into the degree of Friendship.
C.etetr Lodge for the past few
months has enjoyed a most excellent
0pi" ety, more than fifty members
having been initiated into the lodge.
Thto lodg, Is composed largely of
young and ambitious members, and is
growing as rapidly as any Inlthe State.
Will Meet Today.
Owing to the absence of the sheriff
andsedes being unavailable for the
temperance people to meet in the
oirt Uho64t last night, the meeting has
been 'postponed until today at 8
,0 oek. At this meeting they will en'.
deavo~ todevise plans to enforce the
'law against the blind tiger people
throughout the county, and possibly
Qo.9ettrietSwith the County Commis.-
s Wones in offering a suitable reward
for the en0rcement of the laws.
Tat on Babl es.
Extrewm hot weather is a great tax
upon the diget0e 'power of babies;
whba pA ad 'feeble the sho6ul4 be
ewa We de -of Wie's Cream
the children's tonIc. It
wUI 'utimlate and. f(iaitate the' di-
gestohn of their food so that they soon
ome srong healthy and active.
lo iat JAon Bram ":
is Now fIlshe d. .
the ,.berinale, which has been in
cours of cswtroationa o., the' past
wa finished up Monday and now
ready for the tbdn of m tis e.V
Is .slmeiited at caest 1,00, whsleh i.

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