Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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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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University of Florida
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Related Item:
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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L. XX, NO. 80



'Baid to Have Been Rxpressed
by Memphis Woman.
several Permorm Polesoned by Drinking
the Whisky, One of Whom Has Died.
Sensational Developments Expeptod
In Poisoning Case.

cinnati, May 16.-William Dall
Lou.~ Burbank, Adamm KExpres
any employee,, who were poisoned
Wight along with three othrm who


Southern Cotton Spinners' As.ociaUon
at Charlotte, N. C.
Charlotte, N. C., May 15.--A large
attendance of cotton mill owners from
every section, of the south and a num-
her of visiting mill men from New,
Eniland were Present this mo-runicg
When tha seventh annual meEting of
the Southern Cotton Spinners' asse4-
atlon was called to order shortly atf-
ter 10 o'clock by Piesident Gooro B.I
Hta&. After the address of welcome
aMd respo-se, and the election of new
membe-rs. President Hiss delivered
his annual address.
General W. F. Draper, of Hope4ale.
Mass., delivered a technical address
oa "The Development of Rapidly Run-
ning or Yielding Roaring Spindles." E.3
W. Thosaas, of Cherlotte, spoke of

, FLORIDA, SATI I) DAY, MAY l(i, 1903



Car Takes Fire Prom a Oas
Supply Pipe.
Many Dazed and Half Blinded by the
Smoke, Had to Flee In Their Night

Clothing--Several Su4tainred injurteo
SIn effort to Escape.

Now HHaven. Conu.. May 1. Twen-
ty passenger. including six-te.u men
and four woozm el had x) l, iu their
night clothing early today trom a
b rivi %ler~k~ va a t the milo atiL

Believed To Be Man Who T
OyioIvto Cunard Docks
Now York. May N1 -atllu.,
balt a tdo)An trtuioatlantle te
Ul1t h havho owi 'ouni. by de4
Ia to ht iman of a. I oteetiun.
is ailo-gol. wti.s tho oilr of
foruil :i:ac'htle ft'uwd ait the
collpalu)y'"s 'ockha roontly
The o fat hie given ris) to a
that Riausau sailed for 1Ourotie
day anulimediately after ui1l1
wamrnhig letter to 1'llo> (C)mn:
or Greene.
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llng tho
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roox)m twero all folded iu a way U) WsuL-
get that Saturdaly's a :iinsa had 1o4Oml
studied. No rallroA tinw ta(thl4
woro found l ithe room. and t1Jioo
th)ardersa In the house wh)o knew IRio-

Two Hundred Dead or Woun4-
ed as R1lult,
One Paper Holde Them Responsible
For Late Outragoo-*'--C0oorship e-.
tablished Over All Teltoraph Lines.
Foroguier Reported S f..
New York, May 16--No l$ss thea
W00 are dm kl or wounded a % result
ol the rioting in the *treets here,
a"y a VN paramim) corteapowu4dt of
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mes to ~sr. Iate Nobbhe, of this factOtr and which became broken before At the afttrnobn session T. V. Hal- of the New York, New lixen and for som' tortolgn port ~they th&ok caaualtie.
ery. are in te city h hospital to- en. of Baltimore, delivered an address artford train, which lott New York It ibllo that e aMlN414 on thow UYn tiolfat*d rot r f flroWarmna are ttiU
a quttte a serious eond4ion. on the "Flectrtc Drive in O att p Spin- at 11 o'clock lst nIght for k)aton. brl., h ard tin all quarter of the city.
J amin PlMoker, another one, died ting awnd Gonerl Driving in Cotton Wh n the tratn reached here M I Upl)n (eablN Instructions tromi the A onorship has h ln stabliehed
i'ht 1upon reaching the hospital. MUs," and a paper by EIdward Atktnr qolock, the sleoping car wVa connect- pol-Ml*' hero Ac.'h of the astiatir which over all tolograpti tlames.
others are Btillu euering, though aat, lr-:sldent and treasurer of the ed with a pipe whieh Bsaupl'w the cars satled from hert., wattbounid, Saturday. l1 Horaildo, the oly ttWh that
sipected to die. Doeton Manufraturer Mutual Pire with gas, and the aW supply w a, will Ib stearhed for the dynidtor. was % lVuol yt'etrdany, severely crrit
ord wm received today that In losurance company, on "Mutual Fire turned on. Immediately afterward a I The Aun'riu this tuornihg aays the Osea tih iuOtlorities, whom It bold"
)ne to a telegraphlc request made Protectlon," was read. The oonven- sight explosion was hwr(d, flntiw 4ynamiltor who placed an inftrnal mar rrspLMail.i for the outrafea. AlH tor
e actting chief of police of Ct tion then entered Into a general 4e- ?bwert out and the car titled with egh oo i thbo dockl here mldetO tot In eianerNa lsr- are saft
utt to ti ohlet of police at Mem- csselon of various topics of intse m omake The pae9engrs, damed with Chkage. Tthe LeN r mis: .....
Mrs. UIAsle McOormlck, of to the spiniHere. steep and hall blended by the smoke. "In support of clows d. covgel SOCIAL SCIINOK AaSSOCATION.
phla, bas been arrested on the hade a rush Sor the doors, A wo- hee a dispatch was reiivld fnironm Cmi-
g of murder. bIts was coaeed CONVENTION POLICE OHIEES. man was knocked down A n sufforad, agO early thle morning, Kgivinig p Qeneral Moetlngs of 1908 Sepi In
e identlfcation by Mrs. Nobbe of -a *eghttinjury to her baclh aod rrigh tiv evidence Utat the Umbria boxnb Bertona-leethe. Mmfe.
lanaIwrtiUng ot the addrsam owrd Meaey Donated to Confederate Re- arm, but aild she war not seriously was manufaoturfld in a rtx)m at No. Hoaton, May 16.-/s ienerac meet.
hie package containaig the pois. union Fund. burt. An old gentleman who had 826 Waslington NxMil(evrd, that ctUy. t as of 1118 of the Awtrkaiu Soeltl
whieky. phe also stated that New Orle as, May 15.--Poday was diliculty in gettlun out of his berth, by a myrtrlioua trnanger, who uwv Slet.e aolatUi began bwre ia'4y.
s. McOormtck had become Intense, the last day of the convention of po- close to the potit where the fire start. the nme aof *QO Russell.' He to o rTe ii atrlkmi aeekm wore Oeoro e
alous of her In onnection with lioa chiefs. The proceedings open- ed, wa neatly suffooate. hut was doubtely the '0. os)eu.' who to now 1. Andersn d4 Lews t Brande
n Pell, of Mmntphtis who is a ed with the reading of an Interesting lnaly asslated,foi the car an Mlte eWing sought by the police o fo the o. Indd" memfter of th e S!aolk court-
er-p-laow of Mrs. Nobtbe. Mrs. piper by Ohief Sebastian Guather, ad recovered, tle oxntry.' ty a. and oreo un Wa*
armick is his housekelepir. Loudville, on the education of the The bla waqp Aelly extingtnabed. The discovery has also beao made tu h, t the HaWofAa liAw acool
. Nobbe aM9 she ha re-oelved al.mial. The'n a InterstSpg i*nd a h unit was d r the pew asse *at RI an proby had an sooom- Mr. Aideron soke on "SBme Re
tng letters, obsoeae pictures and dmftt oorred. he e3tChi It V t. s' *W vluablh. tlICe a"d thM iU own wa tam Mrattes of shptAlttSte Ornani8&
es by express from Memphbis Uden, of PlslpeInhad, wm thtM tbe AfaPg thlee who said they bd to *thr of the )ltter of W-arnwg seinul m a HIe m k af pt O:
Mre. MoOo icAk shnowin latense O'~avetion daSte $ to the oned- money was A. Fdechl, of Ohtcago; B. t Police O(falisionemr Oeen. idein r "he roepon
ig. rate eeMton nd.' Mr. pd sadd D. plan, of New York. Mre Kap. There aomplbs on the et ab of cptaat orgasatoi it
i. Nobbe has not lived with hoet he w a e V-znlon veteran attd was la said h had Tlft about $8Q.0()0 to WeSt Shore hotel in this ty, ndoris not to tw ovekpta that the ca
mnd for eomne time and to employ de ghted to make esuAch L a tsuo. money o and secarttlos In the car. .d date ofArtl N. two Amunes rackwettal of th o labor goal.ations has
Sthe Hotel Hotring. She live Chief B. 1. Rchards, of Newport, 1. After seat a wallet containin together hown that the two ae b rk by tof
her aunt and two children to I. seconded th motion and t the mlenlg 1 ecumbtles w fond nd, ld shared the .ar x* Tee wo sdo. b t l atrke d bye dy a t of
a In West End. adopted uwantmously by a tan*4i .,Mr. Kapial then sa Id be had reo verted a2es are If ward A trea, )ode, JW*4 sor Uat e an air Not
.,----- Nythi e es so money whteh lto.; John A. Ruby (or iolly), NtMa hir th lab ,r rga r.atI a).y Nmo
McCORMICK' INTERVIEWED, A resoluteu a wa adopted for the 'a burned t Ihis c lthes. *&* I aatin ,tto del a----ppintent of a special 'comm*tit to "To b.i-d'b ad clothmog of o Rbsty" Is i a handwTt- their e t a a on
ie Polloe She Denies Al~ Knowl, look after the matter of ,providing for of tIthe pas gers wore water soe.aLkod., g smUar to ttat In the letter *eat terna tui, o'r trmt, in >h. ivslpa tto-
dge of the Poisoned Whisky. a policemans' exhibit at the St. Louis The, w*oe passeegw' s were taken Coenteodor e(Weue last $atuiday s II t ,.vmnt. are
m ph&, T'enn., May 15-Mrs. Lucy fair. to a neighboring hotel and the meo nMad tov the wrttIng found on the toa plfklt In motilv t aiHl ,o' -t'
wmiclk. whom Mras. Kate Nobbe, woo provd4e with overalls and sho. %p lIPs of paper which were diasov- 5.. 1 imthe at w.1 t so it worried
atcnn&tt, claims sent her a pois. M. O. orTUATION IMPibV,, Kee. Ored In itUeu'at roo. I t ouhe t th t tw 1) tt forredt
bontle of whisky, was located at LIETrTE tAY CLEAR MYSTERY. Tth town "Nagara,'" from whlh he it la ibvios that there are at et
wrly hour this morning by the po. Through Traine Running Between Me roeistered,t doe not appor on any two naiunds kirsta
mad shortly afterward was placed bile and St. Lousla. D sepfeetae of W. 0. WhitwelI, the map or tit aay asetteor. TIla neart "rt That th partle to th CO-
r arrest upon the request of thle 'Mobile, May 15.--'e men who Harvard Student. thing to It is NlsgiWa-on-1Jver, which et sIou bea' n so L ly equal
nmati police department. She wa bteWg broaMbt to Mobile by the Mo, New York, MAy IS.-A letter froMg 1i a hamlet on the function of lMa real au d ois ret power that eeti
mpanied to polloe headquartert Me and O R athoad omopeay to Wao. TeO., itned by a mrn.o naadl s tver at LMa Octario, Canada. may a t rswt the other, to th
saloonist named Pell, who, it is tek* th# p ALes of the *trtirW will be "Podgett,' hal bee received y"tho wheh It directly a croi the river f(ron r th,,t a equiltam t o rotattg
fonnrmerly ULived In Olectnatl. quartered ta Pallaa R. reports tamliy f W*u DI. Whitwel, the Lewletown. K. Y. Jusucs may tBetI Thb orgcilsa
an Itoervw today Mrs. MoOr* Vee l.I h er denl0d a*lh mowiedge f ibpe pe a th ae ^a t* t mny sepi* been mwIa fot me ts=ae 4bl7.u th, ams o. th e hotel sreistr 4 tlorandptunr
whiky. mae se i Mk f e s*"i e;tV"#4e >r e being re may sd In starting up tthe oy*ery oft e omae tha wi other eamples of sayeodetde Pte l t S.g
Puly *ef a Maen oee ooe e a stm &a ei throw youngW 04 0apearae dwtg wh he bee gathered 0s t oppoal tha oe0S3trio po
Sy terms w th he Mer lae ou ot aw s Ir riies ootei rods The wH a. Vhe w-ae AtM on. ae tstl (. attespt to preveatlt' by esi
Memphis seven s yeam sao. UMrs. eal e l w, -" ...ently b' ityj man weri# .or to etos vue it ,a teInw reely
w sept up a correspondeace. Be Thre wslhim el. dlum tat the Wlstw.' d p who f a sts idPIMNO @SRL*S CStVSAD0 a 0 aite fasteemS? As
SMT. .calas she has ta. a ls I e6 Uta e w t t a o '"" timne at thw rto ni4 t borh fat4oe*a
i'taiug Indecent t at sugge tze. t t t waiae weaning t-al IeU a t ,almwg teno Leop Werddi for indepen tkmo s w QrktenI both fimle a
letters and valentines from t6he twe se** IMt e t deot o a prm t e *. dd t eat thereH
i wo he. M e "a. d added that .to S ...e..,E- M s dIts ttn1004 r-sp tr0
en-t her a a ea y lMy by ea to wor....., w. he was o a~ The TrhibuM ra oes s ux fo f.uetes e e rns- f, ,Sa
d this, she says is the pack. The sItrtlhW claim that with thiM *tbt 1 s is hrn to a j Sawsrta cIaste l pe, Pls 1 r 1- AU
eeptlos the ee are" holding out ste I .-l---- Po girl W 014 here to do erasdse stI' t tomduLm .
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'Under '. r'e of a Physician-Other
W| of l 'loo.t t
her, :y 10.-Quie a serious acs-
ett happenedd to Burnett Rain at
44 yesterdayerd. Burnett, who was
0i 60tat Oone's saw mill, by some
n ot backed up against the but-
the.saw..... eUtting a gash ten
$"i.Jong in his back, severing a
imple -of ribsb He was brought to
AlBher yand taken to the home of his
otr, Mrs. Stalvey, and is now under
i .theWeatment of Dr. DePass. He Is
APilg as well as could be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Halen of Boston, Mass.,
st|lve4 yesterday on telegram from
'tboielr ton, who is quite sick at the
aig noll'Hotel. They found the -pa-
sittt somewhat better.
5 tr. Clinton Bogue and children of
Talipa are visitting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Seth Brown..
iiv., Mtr. Milne of Micanopy has
bean lsoitred as pastor of the Presby.
terlan church at this place. He will
lpr| ah two Sundays each month. The
thutrih here has been without a pastor
S1fo some time, and the securing of Mr.
Milie is very acceptable t9 the mem-
Mrs. Turnbull, nee Carrie Belle
Tucker, and child, who have been
visiting the family of 0, W. Bauknight,
have left for their home In Monticello.

Over-Work, WeWkns
S Your dneys.
Uhealthy Kidneys MXake pur Blood,
.All the blood in yo'r body passe though
your kidneys pnce,'evee three minutes,
blood purifiers, theyfi-
S..ter o t the waste or
Impurities In the blood.
if they are sick or out
of order, tbey fall to do
their work .
i matism come from ex-
cess of uric acid In the
S.blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel, as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart Is
over-working In pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to bd considered that only Utrinary
troubles Were to be traced to the kidneys, modern science proves that nearly
all coristftutlonal diseases have their begin-
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of 0r. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty-
cent and 6na(dollarFlz-
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mall Homo of Swamp.-Roo
free, also pamphlet telling you how to finj
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Boot, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binghamton, N. Y.. on every bottle.
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Mistaken for Buroglar and Shot
St. Albasni Vt, May 14,--T. A,. Sum.
erskill, of this city, super'Intendent of
motive power of thie Oetral Vermont
railway, haL bee"f shot aod seriously4
wounded In mistakes for a burglar. Mr.
Sumerakill had dtsoovered a burglar,
in his house and called for ausistace.
Harry HalU, son of Colonel A. A. Hall,
responded, In the darkieo s eech. mis.
took the other for the robber. Sum.
erakill attacked t&ll with a club and
*hv. litter fired .Arlnunilv hl.t nf Ca.-

CHtARGED WITh BIGAMY. tally wounding Sumerskill. The bur.
glar escaped.
Deserted Wife Wants Husband Tried
on that AccUation. "Fighting Bob'*" Daughter Weds.
i.aago, May 15. --The Tribune to- Tokto, April 138.-Via Victoria, B. C.,
d4v tays: May 14.-The wedding of Miss Vir,
A. doeirtod wife last night confront. ginia S. Evans, daughter-ot Admiral
qt Hiarold C, Read, who Is accused 4'Eva"a, and Mr. I. T. Bowall took place
lif MIsH J4 ura Stickler of luring he in the Trinity Cathedral, T ukiji, To
to the Newport Hotel, wbore she fell klo, last Wednesday. The ceremony
ftsin the third story window in an at- was rendered addjtlonally Imprelsive
tAapt to escape. by the large attendance of dstinguitsh
"He lS Harold C. Mills," said the ed personages.
wite, 'We were married Oltt. 26 last,
I suspect that he isa bigamist, and KIlled by His Brother-in.Lw.
I want him tried on tiht chargee" lInAuIvlev Ky., May 1.--John Aus
Harold C. Mills wai the president *a4lal, a oce.r0, was whet and killed
of the Ourantoe Home Security coni. by Ar r tWadde an, hie brother-la-law.
pay ar.ld ho1 dtisai.ppeoailo on New M vAe was shot twice by tile grocer
Year's day. Detectives roprasontliia h a 5 te Ora altO co tulio. AU*
a thousatl stockholders searched for wa w UMTolig .wv fith 0 woi
him without success. Ho left Ohica-. a M *i to p~at
go, ho asid, to negotiate a loati In
Buffalo. Since thn his whereabouts in iYtA
had been unknown until Mrs. Mlli
aPpearerd last nirht aU tha e Hervleoa NAokMi^.si h1eel',iuag1.1
street poll e tatIon, where^ he t a
prisoner y r Moart.
Mrs. Mllh says tfht stW hai "I. The average conipositor has a moat
ftlved letters which tndMteat l thaLt th Intentoe dislike for tcotractions and
=in. had been married n L N11 tM, rarely puts one tn his pages when it
Pitt burg anid St. Lou i. e camI to cant be avolded. When ho and the re.
Phlcago from St. Louls. where er L porter disagree as to the leaning of
engtged In the picture business. onwi abbreviation, the result is some-
Rtd or MllhL repopesoted h4loIalt times minuiing.
his wife a4d,. as being a aon eo Ho A -g.Aod example of this occurred In a
ace Mli1s, a millionaire lumber mer southoru lty where a popular touring
chant of Iluifalo. HOe Ailo *d that orchestra was giving a Sunday night
ho was related to th. Jewelt oI that concert. Naturally their selections were
city. tirlnelpitily of a sacred lharrcter. Next

Advances Caused by Senmtional Uk*
erpool Reporta.
New O rie-u. May 16,-On a wild
amid irregular opening in the cotton
market this ;iOtrilng, July options
went to 12 Irents, selling 21 points
up front 1.179 at ttl ,slng yesterday.
S In othur tfl(oni, Aiit .t advanced 2(1
S points to 1 1 .Id l Septemibet ad-
i ; V&a it'l 11 lkints to .7.
" IThe advance its ino(sedio by the 501>
* .. ilatlonal report4 l't tn l.ivet'it- ll, wl.ierc
S deepatrig th< er before '(tldl (o to a in-
lehky lpvel, lxu h, i' i htle(s of ShI t
o tton a itn l !van,' 1,, pllitt 4111(i
se t Ti lutireff i",rit ,t o o 1 i points.
1 Loca l shorts c- > e, 'qit~ily right,
ened and Iagtli'y hur It' v1 ct"VI.V (0
*." *tract thrown into thi ring by the iealI
I..a. of the long site. In slpIt4 of the
heavy profit taking of tho bulls prices*
were kept. well above the i oslug o4
yesterday throughout the morning aid
;:. e Oopplng of lliuldatjae .hUi.owid
st,:. ttalW. to cllmb. to the higcwt
I? J:i -.o',* theb morning aali.,
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morning the Dally ---- atnnou ned:
"The second part opm tl with a-
splendid rendition of trte 'Overture
Frow the Twelfth M assitchusetta, by
Mosart,' "--HatrPwr'.
NEtuval Seu mene..
"Yes.'" convitited tlUi? etd1(-atlI racou-
teuIr, shl it 'ee.ine Inane through ex-
-esalv O aiti nUhg,"
.*ione ailighlt ay she was hopping
idiot.- lhaIttlioio Alerlat,lrk..
Always tRe >otS.
"YotI dti't cnt 'l> imlh 'for td itpiy i'
"Not muchh" repitli tlle very W'ealthy
nu n.
"y~ t theores loimt satisfa!l tolt tit n iot
wing wholly out of styil."
"T'hatt la thl poiil% t exactlw Thel
things tha0t noltv bltya 9o0 out of fttsh-
jlol tt a few mion0ths, blit the ionetily It,
elf htee aue ltore astylish every ten-
tury."--Washingtol Star,
She-Do you recall the day we were
Yo -1 wisht it graclou I couldi-
Yonkers Statesman.

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is to

Fresh Every l My.
Delivered to All P"tU of City.
Satistafctlon Guaranteed
Special attention to Cirousea, Minmtrel
and other traveiiair trOupes.
HuntUM Partiesa. etc.

Offeri Very low Rit ae Frolewl aUtes
Colonls TtoklSW Cattorttitala, bllh.
Nevada. Ne. ~k iloo, AriloDA. Co o-
rtcdt, Orgo n waahlirto. Motaaia.
Idaho, Wyoiw.~ 0n is un6ii June It.

St. Louis and Return
ONR FA.I6 IJU CAIS4TWi. on sle
June tl-7,.irt0(a irteurauntil June 2Sth

San Francisco, Los Angeles and

Natiolial lnocpwnt Mi. A. IL Tieok-
et., o luie Jiti 1 S10 A.fitiW IS. UGood
to- return untlOolobC IS.
Denver, Col., and Return
On slei Jine aso July Sth, Goode tore-
turn until AugnitatsI.-
'lhr(otwh i'ullna*Wiz*iieplo# at4t11r bLtwetn
0 ar < oVBa 14atvUa UNi $1. l&ta
NItvroiv ai dtllia sl.s. .loC daily ho"it "eir
Naahvtiu ntod) tlO.. le Soemlw double
trakik hln beWles C AM oo anl thie eOi 0
River I'VrT (mUli solaz. okte SAd pa.mph-
PiED 0. ILLERt, T. P. A..


Coatacsti R M 0!7 U
Elcti 3.' *J R!'. .*tI^' S ?i'i ilarms''* .

*rriliL-~ -CI*-l~~rCCI*I*L(~-C: II i i~ iiliLIIL ------.-r ~-:1i-- ~ ---- - -.--1- --

Tenne gst lodge lod i0tiu0 of
Pythilaa,in ieasl oail t ihvlllt, have

i h eniii a0.of' .oworeg. a i

TonneBse I dluwalw of the Grand

Trie of toy t Bterw l k lss.
will ?te4 a oit thmrou for t-erwdM
tand feadtha t *atw* Aanatusw t.

At the 0eetefa ofbwt ee kA tom1ch.
were of .cotto to nw Sky aste.

VIt., kia le hoe r ntold t le wiAbn
wil ""d.n a oiAttmpte far tiird,
stem and. ta e wll aiouo te fit

wre erihRiley orlte d.

EMr3.., VO Y LE, ataer

bGeso a4 tc of the wtoman y be tre

iueny Ar M btr paying wtepurchase
omer tberii often.redr for tax


Guarenteedn for one year. Sold on
monthly p& Rmentalty Cslightnad-


1I I- .

tR. SCAFten redr for tax

Ar im in ...............
Ar ei .... .........
Ar Portamth........
Ar oiondVa.
Ar .aow .........
Ar Bl ..............
Ar New Y o ,..............

9B6P sb ...s
... .... 12 0 .. ...
11 P 1046 A ....
010 a 86 ..
415P 6800'a 8 .

r r ac ....................
Ar Mobile................ .... ..
Ar New Orlean................. ......
Lv Jacksonville........................
A r M acon.................................
Atlanta................ .............
st Lou 11................. ...........
Chlicgo .......... ............

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneco and Sarasota, on 81, except
Saturday from Gainesville.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between .
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Whshington. Vesti-
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining oar service from Jacksonville.
0 646 Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and- express ears be-
tween ,acisonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be.
tween acksonville and New York.
No. 6t4connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachna,. Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
'Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamer for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p.. .
A. MAcDTONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksohnville,,Fla.
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


Jacksoie-ville and New York,
Calling at OHAftLTON, S.C ., both ways.
The FPinat Steaamhipnl. the Coastwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVXIDEOC, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Ohist on both ways.
S -IM ~"^ EM8f S.A.2ILN-G-S
Southbound......... .. .....From Lewis' wharf, Bostoi
Northbound... .......... From Foot of Catherine at., Jacksonvillh

Clvde. St. Jom=s Riyer Line
Between JACUsIONViLLi.L aract Sa lpFOftr>
Stopping at Palatka,. Astor Ftnis, Bereord d and l)te.rmediate
Landings on St, Johns River .t..
S appointed to sail afoltows:
Leaves Jackiville 0M pm. Sunday, Tueays aand T'rh.Trda.
Le es anftord 9~i a. m. Monday W ednesdays and Fridays.
itit *4o SCHA.DULE .>,,,,.t
Leav 1 80 p ..... ......Jackatonville . .. l,
84B .... ....... .. alatka . ..Arrive 2 C am
..... ... ..Palatka... e ............. ave .
tIO_ B................ art.t e -........ .. :is p, zn
d.:.T.!:CET OFFI12E '. YS t .

18t ..... J ..kS..... J AC "




Wed eiwa

SClear., arlii.,

palatable. Iasa
flavor pecUH 4i1

Its own, making it the most
popular bottled beer for table use
in cottage and mansion all 'round
the wide, wide world. c

The product pf re^i
AnheuserBusch BrewingAss'n. ,
at. Louls. U. 8. A.
SFreWerj also of Black 0 Tan, Anheuser-Standard, Pale-Leise.s.
fs it. Export Pale. Exquisite. Michelob and Malt.-Vutrine.
All Orders Promptly Filled by J. F. EDWARDS. Gainesville. Fla.

Air Line Railway.

8 f1|56 SOUTHERN DVJSION I6 84 4 0
3 a 00 10 Lv. ..................Ja .ik ,,ti.v .............. ArI. O A 7 16
0 P ............ ..... win .......... ...... 10 12 6 4
11 4 .6 1 8 p 0 P4 .......... .... .. ....Waldo ........ .......... r 8 20 .0 0
19 20 P 4 50 P r ::I:::::-:* 1 OA IKK8V5LL3 "" ? ,a I* p.
1. ..0 .lAV ......... ..... v LLi ...... ... L ....
....... .. 7 45 P Ar ............. ... C arKey.................... ......
1 .. .... . L ......... ...... Oliver prnl .... ........... ...... ...... i s
i P 2 a : :.... ....................... a A .......... ............. . a
6 ] 4 .S .. ...... ........ Orla do ..... ... ...... ..... op w
S. .............. Palmetto ......0..... P
.1 4 ...... ... ............ D a n tee ................. 19
tr a e... ............ ........ Plant City. v....... ........... ..... 1 0 p 94S
A7 0 a .I a.. .. ....... .. ..... lmetto n... ..... .......... ... .3v 3 0 7

7 8 p n 46 ...... ... .... ... .......Manatee.. .............. ...... 5 p t
7 46 is so p ... .... a. . .... e... ....... .... ... ... 7 0 2,l

S W 46 a ... ............ .. 2. .. ......... 9 400 P a

ArValdax.... P 144a....... Ar Mo llo....... ........... Plot )
4r l mba........... P 3 .X .. Ar uney ..................... 17
Ar oaladeu.......... ..... 74 '_ 00L Ar Rlver Ju.ntion ...... .........

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Jury Returned Indictments
resentments Yesterday.


14a Honor Judge Wills Believes That
Sthe Condition of the Criminal Dock-
0i(et Demands it, and Has Ordered
Special Session to Convene June 10.
The fourth day of the spring session
of the circuit court for the Eighth Ju-
dicial Circuit was called to order at 9
o'clock Friday morning, His Honor
Tudge Wills presiding.
The following cases, for various rea-
lsons, were nol pressed:
State vs. .A. U. Hilleary, selling
liquor without license; State vs. 0. L.
( Itodgers, selling liquor without license;
State vs. Win. Hippard and Smart
..Brown, malicious mischief; Stato vs.
"'red Reinhart, selling liquor without
S.license; State vs. James Reed and
Walter Reed, assault with intent to
murder; State vs. J. M. Canty, Jr..
defamation of character; State vs. Wm.
H Hodge, grand larceny; State vs. Philip
Warren, assault with intent to mur-
i'der .
The grand jury came into open court
'and rendered the following indict-
State vs. Rogers Mitchell, assault
with intent to murder; State vs. Jas.
Nash, assault with intent to murder;
1State vs. Stephen Timmons, murder;
State vs. Pinkey Jones, murder; State
vt. Lewis Paulling, obtaining money
;9:fuder false pretense; State vs. Freder-
iOk Wilson, selling liquor without li-
anpe; State vs. Fage Seymour, mur-
der; State vs. Julia Williams, assault
with intent to murder; State vs. Hayes
HAwes, assault with intent to murder;
State vs. William Cromwell, aggra-
vated assault.
Defendafts in above causes, with the
eXception of William Cromwell, ,were
artki gt d and pleaded not guilty.
The grand jury made the following
, presentment:
The Presentment.
In Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit
of Florida.
To Hon. J. T. Wills, Judge Presiding:
The grand jury empanelled and
drawn for this term of the court, hav-
I' Ing concluded our labors, Ibeg leave to
submit this cur general presentment:
We are glad to be able to state that
there has been a less number of orim-
inal eases demanding our attention
than for a long period, and therefore,
we have been able to complete our
Slabore in the short space of three days.
Many of us remember when but a few
I' years ago the sessions of the grand jury
lasted from two to three weeks. This
in our opinion, is attributed not alone
to the decrease in crime, but also to
greater care in the selection of jurors
and having the assistance of experi.-
enced officers.
e We have found bills in all aeses comn-
ing before us when in our opinion the
Sproofs would warrant a conviction.
When there was not suofotlent proof
we have referred some of the oases to
the grand jury we understand will
.;soon be called, and in others have re-
1 turned no true bill. We heartily ap-
B rove of Your Honor's determlnatton
b hold a special term of the coort for
!ID trial of the criminal casos, and
ltnk that a grand jury will find plenty
iedhig their attention. *
I+ln view of the information we have
ti especial term will be held enrly
the coming month, we have not
thought it prudent or ,ecessary to un,
take the investigation of public of-
and public affairs, but will leave
t for them to do.
We wish to extend to Your I Honor
sks for your courteous treatment
+to the incoming State's attorney
.ss^shlance rendered us during our
llberations, alio to tlh preeeit
'a attorney for the readiness with
he ha waitedi upon us. sand for
+Pkeeping us delayed a itngle in-
during the term.; alo to the oth-

peers of the court for eourteies
oed u, and now aak to be dis-
C. D. Woot, Porenma,
'H Trcux, Clerk.
wgrnd jury haring completed Ift
Sand no further business beItg
sh e ecoors, an adjotremeM wee
: die.
SOrder for Spec Trm.

Girls who work are particularly susceptible to female ills, especially when obligvd to stand on their
feet from morning until night.
Day in and day out, month in and month out, the year through, the working girl toils; slh is often the
bread wimner of the family, and must work that others may live; whether she is sick otr well, whether it
rains or shiaes, whether it is warm or cold she must get to her place of employment iud i vrfonir the
duties exacted from her.
Among this class the symptoms of female diseases are early manifest ,by weak ind aching I)acks,
pain in the lower limbs and lower part of the stomach; in consequences of froqiuet wettf.g of the feet
monthly periods become painful and irregular, and frequently faint and dizzy siells, with loss of apipetito
until life is a burden and it is hard work to drag about. All these symptoms point to a iterangicment of the
female organism, and if taken in time can be easily and permanently cured.

A Cordial Invitation to Every Sick and

Ailing Working Girl.
It Is to these girls that Mrs. Pinkham holds out a helping hand, and
extends a cordial invitation to correspond with her. Her unrivalled record 01
success In treating woman s Ills makes her letters of advice of untold value
to every ailing working girl, and from her wide experience and skill sh.
quickly poiWts the way to health. Her advice Is free, and all letters ar
held by her Int the strictest confidence. Address, firs. Pinkham, Lynn, flnam
on't put off writing her until your health is wrecked.

Grateful Words from Girls Who

Have Bleen Helped.
Mae. PrKtAfA:--I want to tO ) u for what yo have done for mo. I was dreadfully
tired, I stand over my work all day, and 0 steho hasn't tried It knows how it nmkk v your bick and oidoe
ache. I couldn't sleep, and had no appetite, but tihmks to ydis 1 E. Plukharn'K Vegetuble Compoand,
I feel enlriely different now; it is a wonderfutl iwicine. I'do note fol tlit miy work is hlar now, and I
recommend your medicine to other girls who are always tired." Mis IAInL. Suztou, 293 Willia Ave.,
New York City.
"DBAt Mi.t PINKnAM: Lydi ,Pikla m'as Vegetable Compound htua done so m'tch ood frr
one that I Wish to recommend it t) all girl whose work kjept them sttding on their f4w t all dafy in a
hot store. The doctor said'I could not ykm X nat givep wo, and stay out of doors; he did not
seem to realize that a girl oaot afford to tp working. Mfy beak ached, my aPmetite was pxor und I
could not sleep mneauttruationwa scanty ap veTy o xainfuL 0 aday when autserIn a I cormenoed to
take L4dla . Pitkam' Ve U1ettablte Copou and it helped ne, I soon foind tvat, my nirm.trhut
lbriods ( ere free from palT aItd r. natural; nowv t health is fine, and every one ls msrpr M4d at the c(haQno
Smeo. and I canot e too grateful for whSt you have done for mve. "-- M.MI JAWar PAnit, t630 WwO"
Is5th Street, New York City.-4000.00 orfe ft tlf riplnals of abot l ettrs proWng g.nulenee oamnot be prodeo"d.


tbe l'olertse sion.
The order read a follow$:
IIn the wir t c oit irEighth Judioilt
0treat of the State of Florida, In
an fo the 6 on ty of Alshu a.
It appearing to the tourt that there
are a large i mber of criminal oease
tow pending In this court, and not die*
posed of, a4d it appearing in the judg-
Ment of thi' ecort that the publte wel-
fare Sad the f faMue of justice reqaires
the holding of a speoia term of thf a
inort for tIhe trail of aid ceo; it ,i
ordered that a special term of the atir
coit court for the b(ghth judieialt eir
euit of the Stite of Florida in iand for
Alachu eoant, be he t4n said n ointy
to eommene on Wedneay. ltbft toeth
day of June. A.. D. 16* as .11 o'elo0k
a. oi. of aid day. Tihe Oclrk of tils
noort diree tuot draw ts' e anWe of
thirty person to erve as gr0 d a id
petit puron in the saaner p WovMd' ty
low for -id sp1e ial lena of the mrt#
aed Iesue a retire for t siim', .
J. T. Wue ..J odge.

or L. Ths. Whio e. on rses.,
Dr. Berffl. Pals, !L, r :if *"I
hate a0ed 04ai .ad' onow IJtment
aways rreoimuseed It to my fridi, s-
1i ti b adea( the.. s so beturmar i
It f a dandy for bare" T -
laffC~ss :ja ;

......... t g:. Ejy agitatin .

w t action ca ot be ciure4 until the
Il to Wake lnttiheW
ntfl natural fu n Unnt-at
A naue by caha, coup
'>S Mh reslts. ,

JiJRver* cures
Sand Pever and every fc
*' Ml lrlt. FIious, Remtting and
Sitteg FPeveri, and, by going to the seat
Swotrou t wrk permanrnt cure.

Ot Sale by Jofhnon fros. (aine

*^..,^,rH i ...... '. l ...I -i ---- l .. N O N A N Y-- 4 :1 0
f. s. SOHANT A 00.
SO, P';, ..d Job ers to

jHPt3|QKARB 4A M ItNt WI' l
.I RJs e pe' lyus asi.55 e^

Alachth oflit

"Abst r"ac


n Tohe usti ioun or Title a
f IIrst eensldraution for the
i nvetor.,. i

Abstract of Title
To tany pltoe fr I iol in
S Ahlicltin untI.v furnl'iOd i
tiln applHeatllnll.

AND All) 1A
SAndi all ImaItters eolerl.-
1ingc the rideuiptlon of it*.
S va'uueled tlax et rItificatol


t New Ihleogns in All Sises.

I A Full Amitortnmea(, tldadlax

f Spring and Summer
e Specialties.

a. Sam.lL,.. M.MJJ.J JJ ,.. aLiJU .Il

Ginesvlle McMlne Works
Cuan turn and altralghtenr whole longth#
of Hhaftint r Plidm-g(,tting
up tLo 1l Itch,,,

P. H. WESTGAARD. Prop. and i*g.




l*ii-e 014 w ol .t lt I II.os a iiei
I+Ivel-yory "WW~OUO+ ooO1 t pr 4J
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it+)' .e wm lwoito
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on the |
Chit Jus ttw#eil .a0 4 assortment aIst-
m o ftwu Kodak, Fimse an-d other tkuipplie.
r-f lthtr vlpling Gr o t ritasmahi prices.

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121 W Mahi ci ,

-' rTHIIHB m* s IMB iW' 550t Ii tw5 >4'5 o
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AY MA 1:, 19,03

.tReeently Tlhe Chiege Tribune colb
leCted orome ptartalg facts and flg!urae
tethoe Pos Omoe. 'tit 0neVtile. *, In proof of the oft-heard complaint
iv,50eofn 0 g 1,mastt : thatwormien are deserting the home
"''"''''A -"fo bo:y- tory bnainess 6oe3patiobri at a,..rate
Ip A *ooIcARY asito aroI r whichih threatens, if t- nd the very
....... ....." ,_ t ty _,___ founodatipns offe ietyth,4 job of the
B^K^^,.bOl^ -.*' ~erstwhile lord of creation, The learned
i. hm .a no. t ociologIss have taken a fresh grip on
S .... the question, and the eoneousus of
W Od. de ever mor4ninl opinion seems tobe thatif happily, race
'n ail drtde n trrrn the4 oy suicide does not result, mere man will
sa0 frree, for i8,5~ 1ir*I: 0 six months: sil. have to etay at honme with the babies
e me : or os for e wekas- and wrestle with the dish-rag and
eldeslr caudmvn.10 "clothes-wringer.
so*;^:n ir,1600#1 oomn, 10, cens a rhe New .York Stn takies f.n ex-
'i tuorast tn"@ t 4i3, i entX e or0oiaa- cedingly pessimistic view of The
|^t1me <4U nrtIi>. Chicago.Trlbune's findings and aK iIn
a os a rtii mad nown despair what. is to become of the men:
.,... -- '"Will man become obsolete?"
ie TwIee-aWeek Sun Is an eisrbthaire In Chicago 86 women are butchers,
lo7h1unoo Vn Paper, published 'very on 1,444 aro laborers, 183 are iron and
1:0a Tthesweek, a oonstatl tle si nteel workers, 120 are saloon keepers,
I Aisd will be alpd, ipotage ree, to any $48 are physicians and surgeons, and
Sfof the UnitedB tatesorCanada, forll,00 457 are barbers and hairdressers. In
Sr ear-n advance. the list of bookkeepers and accountants
:S Alladvertisini bill*sbeome due after rst tere is one woman to every two men.
0i *'pearanoeof advertieeot, untlessoterwise Of stenographers and typewriters,
*$"lpt)latedlinocntraet, Partles not- known to only 1,G62 men are left to the 8,113
ie wil be required to payrr adverti .Ing In a4- women who have hivaded the field and
ane. Addre i uODAILY VUN carried it off la their notebooks. As
______ G __._t__ : bookbilnders there are 1,612 women
and only 1,258 men. The paper-box
ie~ty per cent of the wealth of the makers number 1,080 women, as against
Vntted States is held by 10 per cent of 811 O men, and as teachers in schools
"h i. ad colleges thero are 7,200 women to
only 1,591 men,
,Louiville mistaking a lot of fuse But maybe the wetfke'r sex are only
aboilt :a bank bookkeeper who was changing places with the men. The
ri only 1$ 15 ,1 00. New YorTimes hows that In that
t... y the familywasherwoman has
ore milesof railways were built in been superseded by the family "wash"
thl United States In 1902 than during erman," and there is a "new method"
Wity years since 1888. laundry on the west side where an
S..extra charge is made for shirts on the
i4It those rapacious packers keep on, strength of the faae that the ironing
thlump of pork In. the poor iman's ais done by men. The men succeed
gi9' een. will look like the oyster in the hitter than the woman, partly on ae-
boa~ding house soup. count of their greater strength, It is
said, and the "washerman" is especial-
..- ly appreciated by the wearers of high
S oi'rthe -past twelve months it has grade colored shirts. Men waiters,
beeti "since the fire" in Jacksonville. chefs and stewards have the prefer-
This 'teril must now be relegated and ence, and even the unspeakable kitchen
b: btibtut by the reference "since servant is preferably replaced with a
i. the fi male skillet-rattler.
After all, time may adjust this mat-
Sfat that Andrew Jackson's ter by allowing the masculine part of
mill a th Washington is covered with humanity to keep house for the wo-
g re old is due to an accident and, man who toila down town, or fill the
W deliberatee method of keep- plaoes Ste has come to regard with
famemory green. withering scorn.
____,_- -- __ 'Man must; ontinueo to worry along
ihe sImnoisso indiroot cost of somehow, if the race is to be permit.
K1fareo is illustrated by the fact that ted to survive.-Coistitution.
!| :ilh Bpae l nsh-A.neri odollare a day for over a year, al- GENEREAL LONGSTREET IlL.
though hostilities occupied but three
rnths. 'FrIends of E-Confederate Concerned
,p h W a ~.. I 1. OVer Hisi Condition.
; :- "_+-+:.::-- :-W&.- .n- hIngton, May Y 15.---lh( oeo4ditilo
j ^ i;;ight times .as many metn and boys of General Jatet Longutrent. the Con.
*re killed and injured annually in the federate cominianader, is very serious,
anthraelte ooal miles aof Pennsylvania Am Injury to on. of his loegs ecelved
as were killed and wounded in the a tow days ago has been followed by
iAmerloan ranks In the Spanish-Amuri- Ia sharp attack of rheunmatlam.
.( Wsr. General I~ngstret hIUa been iy fall.
.., hrlt for at leaIt two years and
he *...ta.. hi treads are very m7 O & ocerned
The high price of ooil has at last rA hii dlon r
i', been explained. The wicked railwaysa o h-. -
that haul the coal charge the wiced State of Ohio, iy of Toledo, s
*me fo h i Frank J,,Cheney makes oath that he
S4other things. t o K prtnerof the firm of F, J.
rhCn________ Cheney & o., doing business in the
!1 : Olty of Toledo, County and State afore-
With that push and energy which is said, and that aid firm will pay One
|Indeed commendable, the board o Hundred 1)ollars for each sad every
S trade of Ocala has already begun the by the ue Of Hall's COtarrh Oure,
a gitation of the celebration of the na- FuiAns Or IraVr.
s5 tion's birthday-the Fourth of July. Sworn to before me and subscribed
SThe ,board has appointed a committee in my presene ,this fifth day of De-
0,f on transportation, iand if a satisfao- oem tler, .A. 186.
t ory rate can le soured over the rall- \A ,r blA o n
Toads tho Birick City will have two SNt ui
gala days, July 8 antI 4. H}alOatarrh Cure is taken Intern.
11 .: ally, and aote direotlr on thoblood and
^l.a":no' .... "o o t raoem of to ret e y t
S Several oitiBens of Colorado, who for teia mon fthe, re e. d

have been working onu airships, have F. J. O CmrxT & Co, Toledo, 0.
i asked the World's Fair loardto give l b ly i he .best.
Their ships the financial support need-
r. tooontest in tho. World's Fair test, S iultan Warnm Gwv hor
tfor which prizolo of $liX)t,0i hav been 011 flnoraotiplt.. May l5.-Thf ait
offered. William M. Morris of Monti tan tW warned the govetOwor of the
Vista is the latest of thmse inventors to province of dlktiropoan Turkey (hat
write to members of the lart asking they wul 0 held pertsdally reapoa.
S 0fo, oonideration, Ith has invented rinn i the terrltorlmea ui4Tr tch
1; evers, lntl atitig machines for..mines jurlAtcUon.
id other dovioes for this work, nd .... ...
a letter to the lhioiteliant.-goveror Kilted in Attempted ted Up.
Says that he is oertain that his airship tMus'atnew, wa. Mlay ,-a-4 t ot
"would have a good chance to take ine tompt to; old up Tht7.n= McCarty'a
-o'f $the ipriwes. Two other' iniventors restaurallnt at Was' ibwty shit it .
a:re wittein to the board. These are athi *inttmoru i tilted lo the doa*t of
harile ir es**.l of Lookett, Col., and Arthi r Md, d stm a to ealtb
itfliamn T. JaniiStn -of Pueblo.- Mr. th pvpretor
446*w'S* 0g.Off to denmonstrate that, his From < Cat Scritch
l ipra otlable ivipgrto. e On the m, the wot t hilotf a
"t tAwDeuo-%l th-bifma r o IMd1..LS, ore or.w bolD DeVWit-i.-wtt

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testnees-but gentle, prompt, thorough
hoalthtMl cleansing, when you take
Hood's Pills
Sold by alli drugglits. 25 cents.

a a f.ases cured by

The m*ot healdia salve in the worldN
The DOtor elid "tiok urTo IL"
1O1. I, Heard, of Hligh Tower, Ga., wrlwite
me. m broke out on my baby coveing his
enfre body, Uade :tetmenOt of our fNkmII
rhyician n got woMr as he could not *le *
tar theburunin likh18n.*Ws used bod0l1
BANNER AV O hm and by the time i f
was gone he wa ll. tdoctor M tas wt
uring himsld i 'tekto It for It doIi nai
aore good tha anayh have doa. for him.
SUARAMTO,. P140 25 Ousti
Sold by W. C. Wallaces Drug Store.

1, iitr p bnti n, y tbtl ol h e

Xxrtm i sLaWltt,.*e ><
Ire re It .h IVl* l t
aso so S.,:a


eId Riding


Former Presldent, To Super Ohio
SMin For Preelwonoy.
Pkt it .0y, o., May '.-The en.
tuket awhO are Ostoin at Mi3014e
ba b qif^ d *i ii .mbi, them: the
are some ~romt ent polt1wciaj, bare
spruSg .thi story as to* Grov-er Odve
Cleyeland will maIe no oftatemnt
about N4o position n0til shortly before
the convention. Meanwhile, in an.
ticiftatlon of his candidacy for the,
norpiInatil,, a sentiment for him, will
be niairsad by the DemoCrats wito are
opposed to Bryan. C1evehliTnd1 wil.U
then doclsre himself positively ut ol
thb race anO will lndose ,Judsona flaT.
men, of ,(il*c1nnia, for the nomina,
Salid ?tr. Harmon: "I ca.nit say
anything about the story at this time.
Before a presjderntI year the -friends
of every man of prominence trot hiilm
1-iHarmidn Is n C elannd's chum aatble
Island. They ordupy the saime boat
while flShing every day.
No Change In Management at Presetl
Says Yoekum.
St. Louis, Mo.. May 1.--B. F. Yoalr
um, president of the Trisco, has rem
.turned from New York, where be has
been for the Jaet month consumant
Ing the ale of the T'risoo.
Asked If thp. wou l be nay chAes
In the 'Frisoo macage nt, Mr. Yok.
um said that no changes are omoteom
plated at present. RWlerring to the
Rock island and Trieco systems,l Mr.
Yokum iuatnated that the two systems
would continUe under separate iom
agoment and that the Rock Islaod had
no intentio0 of etabUlhing general
ofimces in it. Loutl.
TexassPeofftoloe Serglarated.
Leoe at Wl tKpboow R~ltare4 sad
thooftwo""It90 I" cht. T he
bN t 1U r, ot M ., ait. a r

No rpo r Pain
Or discomfort, no Irritation of the In-

"I have been a nurse foirnineteen
years, and I know of no better blood
renovator than Hood's Sarsaparilla.
It makes pure, rich blood, tones the
liver and kidneys and invigorates
the whole system. It has relieved
one of my friends of catarrh and
cured many others of blood dis-
eases." A. C. PALMER, Rochester,
New Hampshire.


Accept no Substitutes for Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pilbs.
L i + .- --

Florida Eas Coast Ry,

CAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.




SN.09 MoATI& No.98 No.78
tTATONDaily. Daily.
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Sip o Lv...............SoJaoksonvlll..............L 7 1 a 72 p
0 ao ........ .........8t.Auguetine.................... 6 00 ,. 6 hOp p
I 6 .................6. 8il ..................... 5 15 G 6 P
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ho~g a P ...+................. St. a L ................. ... loll 1 97 'ax0 1,
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S" aAWop BAK. ORANGE! ry ira i o

WASH TON D t ........tWS... r i -TaATox. Dai
I.. -... P" a 1. 1 .. ..100I .!L ..N. 8my rn..Ar, 1 t{
4 W 1 .....71 s..~. a..rl :p l ti : a Lk ot
T . c....... ....' r L 0r l o pi tp 1 i Ar.r.CityJo
The TAiNDARD Sun. IAoa jo
Dl y.tlen"y. n o.3
GUARATEE d TRUST ..... TnR.. .. ..... ...A-- .t
l eMPA6v T1 p t16 L

eWill stop todr rtant nt a' bw tatn tArriveand y dars
you r home. qinformation f or n f y 4I ai or any conqus euce An$) kt
ball on
Sa Ut It A0rit 16,1903.

Plaiitra sa~ Grows

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ofit wiT







SL. ..F...........- ... t R.................
OI. L low_ _ __A_ _a_&_
y riol .T o oad W o her Inforat.n i* w, D. u -, A.. Ge..... ..eek. Agent, 8Tl. AUG sTnr

a IB t 0 s n wt e* &, i'k ..... .. ..I.rm a &aew. ia 4 *U 0 1


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Redder thtp her little hood ""
Was her blood,
So pure and good.

Pure, good, abundant
blood is made ,by



which expels every humor, inherited

or acquired, strengthens all the organs

and builds up the whole system. It is

The Spring Medicine

par-excellence used in thousands

and thousands of homes.

If you are bilious
or constipated
Hood's Pills

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iA M







l : JAnnual Reception and Ban.
quet a Swell Affair.


!,Function Consisted of Various Games,
-Speeches and Toasts, and an Elegant
SSpread-Most Successful Affair of
Its Kind Ever Held.
The members of the Hermean and
Periclean Societies of East Florida
Seminary entertained themselves and
invited guests in a most royal manner
at the barracks last night, and on this
occasion did themselves proud. The
affair was a most elaborate one, and
all who had the good fortune to attend
pronounce it by far the most enjoyable
Sand successful similar entertainment
ever given by the societies.
The banquet was held on the spacious
college campus, and.the menu consist-
ed of almost every imaginable deli-
eacy. For the occasion Cadet Lieu-
tenant H. Fred Smith, in a most unique
and clever manner, acted as toastmas-
ter, and the toasts were delivered by
Col. J. M. Guilliams, superintendent
of the school, and Col. W. N. Hughes,
M10s Susie Hunter, Capt. B. McG.
West and Captain Geo. M. Lynch in
th4 order named.
As a toastmaster Lieutenant Smith
proved a great success, and the Her-
Smehn Society, of which he is president,
feels a great pride in him.
By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
in Greenville, S. C., had been troubled
for four or five years with a continu-
ous cough which he says, "greatly
alarmed me, causing me to fear that I
was in the first stage of consumption."
Mr. Bu'rbage, having seen Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy advertised, con-
cluded to try it. Now read what he
says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
change and after using two bottles of
the twenty-five cent size, was peria-
nently cured." Sold by all druggists
and medicine companies.
Speeding BO Miles an Hour Across the
Salt Lake, Utt.h,. May 15.--Travoling
at the rate of 50 inles an hour the
"special" of E. H. Harriman,.president
of the Harrtman lines, shot through
Golden G-ate lart night and contlaueo
on its journey from Sn- Franlesco to
New York.
This was atpe first time on record
that a tr-ain b.a phased through Og,
den without stopyping at the union sta-
tion and was at tahe request of Preel-
'dent I-aUsriman who learned earlier
la the day that a deputy United States
marsh a i w awaJtiong hls arrival itn
O*den to Bsrve papers In connection
-with the suit of the heir, of former
SGovernor Durkee against the Central
k Pai fic raliroa Involvintag eormthintg like

For Over Sixty Years
SMrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup has
been used by children while tethig.
It soothes the child, softens the gumi,
allays all pains. cures wind colie, atd
I i the best remedy fordijsrrhoea. Tien-
Sy-flve cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
|g slta throughout the world.
K' Passenger Service Resumed Today.
I Both the Seaboard Air Line and the
:- Atlantic Coast Line had construction
i;. trains and largee force; of men at work
SiHyetlerday repairing the damage to
t" heir tracks north of Jacksonville.

SThe damage to the Seaboard Air
1' Line was extensive. All the trestles
over the small streams between Jack-
sonville and Baldwin were washed
away and in many places there were
wtwashouts extending for nearly hIalf a
ile. All. trffi, was suspended for
eove thirty hours between here and
Baldwin, and those who had gone over
the load or any portion of it were. of
hie opinion that it would require iev-
stl dayws to repair the damage so a. t0o
niisume the operation of trains. .But
fll'of the faeilitiet of the road, for
i setlalig emergencies of this kind were.
l tWt.ght to bear and the o600eal an-
ueIueetnent was made last night Itht
the Isaboard Air Line wouId b. ra.n-
nt.iIal1 trains in and out of kscoe't-
: today to-all points north, edas,
OWithi snd west on-schedolo tine. The
hi true of the Atlautie tCoat
Iwill be opertisg all of ta
asebed ole time today, The*
0 she damage l th
yville has oomm*n0s
S6 Omen are at

Was Held at Manas Thursday Evening
and Important Business Transacted.
There was an important meeting of
the Presbytery of ~ eSuwannee in this
city Thursday afternoon, having been
called for the consideration of dissolv-
ing the pastorate of Rev. L. ., Lynn
of the Mikesville church.
The meeting convened at the Manse,
and there were twelve ministers and
deacons of the denomination present.
Rev. W.S. Milne of Micanopy was elect-
ed moderator. The call was found in
order, and a quorum being present, the
Presbytery proceeded to business.
The pastoral relation existing be-
tween Rev. Mr. Lynn and the Presby-
terian church at Mikesville, after the
delegate from that church had been
heard, was dissolved. The call from
the First Presbyterian church at Palat$
ka for Mr. Lynn's pastoral services was
then put into his hands, and the same
was accepted.
It was decided that the installation
should occur on the evening of
Wednesday, June 17th, at 7:30 o'clock,
and the following assignments were
made for the occasion: Rev. W. E.
Boggs, D. D., to preside and preach;
Rev. Thos. P. Hay to charge the pas-
tor, and Rev. W. S. Milne the people.
The delegates left for their various
homes yesterday.
A Farmer Straightened Out.
"A man living on a farm near here
came in a short time ago completely
doubled up with rheumatism. I band-
ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and told him to use it freely'and
if not satisfied after using it he need
not pay a cent for it," says C. P. Ray-
der, of Pattens Mills, N, Y. "A few
days later he walked in o the store as
straight as a string and handed me a
dollar, saying, 'give me another bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I want
it in the house all the time, for it cured
me.'" For sale by all druggists and
medicine companies.
Movement Watohed With Interest.
New York, May 15.--A national fed.
oration of employes it is expected will
be one of the consol'uencee of the
movcimen4r begun by employers of la
hor in the building trade to organ.
Ize for prote-tivo and aggressive pur
rw).?s against the labor unions. Tele,
gsiamn 'nd l tters receivael from Chl-
eagn. Phlaadelphia, Boston and other
cities tatos that the movement sla be
Ing watched, with the keenest inter,
A Runaway Bicycle
Terminated with an ugly out on tlhe
leg of J. 13. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111.
It developed to a stubborn ulcer un-
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then 3Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured. It's just as good for Burns,
Scalds. Skin Eruptions and Piles. 2&he.
at all drug stores.

Summer Law School
UiVRIKIT r ore Vlkt1MIS.
li Ytiliala moupntalai. M th 4b m"mer. ';ly Vt o1 !
teW I, tia. Mtsntlr elutne, Ior .abmoor d OR t 0.1
tle. troutn. F or ttes*ow. al to 4
I.0. UN, X yrao'~

Ntice Ia hereby ha*en that on the Ieth. dA
ofe, A. t. he, I, fw uiearianu of taMdsim
a . b oeert I ee Seee grar stutd Arthur tnd
.ev.of W ?ouom. yoiodI. wlU jp!t to ti o
gjoiw bsf the foloW1u Idod bed lfoBs, It

The ,of. the NW, of the N :. tie W% of
th 4 of the SW' of th Aisworeio
3Totrh. 0.% R 1i5.+ tO
nig 70 orcs, moreor r l a. .-.
MARY F..l5IlO~l.,_
5te lhr and Airt r tel.ei + ... .
"]It. W3. P<,UttsOlfr' Attorley.-
ToP May I, A+ D.
State of FIlori4. 9>tohDl'iot Ahaotah Cauiity.
Jobs f'toa vs. Joim Josts.
To Wbotn Is M)a>Oo : m:
tutal egfeut Jo0g Joa anM vuL $sbqavd
Jo~m: Y re rMi4ttio he hel .

to deeaid mli. tm 1as gu #srBt wlit bS ua. s
s A ot or toe Wa .
. .Lo l o. .. I ., .May 7, ..e :L'

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Qrower

b4 e a psanmr. l" .. ... I ,
Slalsh.e s ..... ...... .

deVo(ed ,piUy!3 t<. the .. (Wt t+f
th fr tt and vegetabbl.e gwer o
Florida. "
A *peila ..ri~t .,ateiirltltw of sit
months wil!be Itut on reoept of .I
8tBpao tAkBC. :*...',.;

tL lT-'.AL.

For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville


I Gai

Men We W
-li b /ie e'eth rt ',
if crerny not iln (i'n I
ef ery matr in G('ail
BEach ie''ek e w'ill/
v weck', (tr'ty nent is




Flf rida

(nt to Talk To.

i' f/ m-f la i( n 61( i lf.rilrl//, w' ((s a S//i ki u' th, ,-poes ifc iti r at- 1 th t,- 1'/,4t
i''e ,eih1tl ( co n fI(mI strai/If t f .O.4 .r .r / /'i his ci/4,/ P/.
tl/i.fh a litt l( m t/ Ititi lf on 0 th'.f s titf. 7/i ,'



Butoying the best isL the (senVe 1
of trao oeonomlly. (oood clothing
SIsecheaper l than poorr clotlin--i
Smatter what the ro seetive prices
may be.

1I'ce l fi th., bFest ('chdi n/ fthal
('t bc Ilmad(' ( n.' /ot b defo'), uitL
04c privcm arcm ot high-aln r l'ed-
Irnt s uit for either bAisinceL m or
dirom waLfr Cnr be btiugfhO for the
vn,0wleIt isu., qif $12.00, Mandl it will
outu, (r my two itti ?that ordt-.
werlE sfoces llM fACt ot-ln dthe Meale
m y -- al it Lwi rl'etoin its
Map C(?JlM11t14 long ftIer) the l4etrety/e
/garoisl(e tui'/ be' ait0 re hblndl/, of


No-s-When L It 11 bI ha3 q foiu -I--L-- AIT'
us he gets the "I at. Clot ilg- the
World," made lby the lamo8us eh10io.
Bros & Co. of 11hitlmore. All their W_ e a "
girments bear this label: 5

I ..k.The Atlantic Coast

Take+eAtlanti oa Line


N. tat South L o Wet t

: apid Transit and Unsurpassed Service

Time Tableo In efft-et April 14, 19i3.
0 A~lJ4lV T1,LJ:
110pm I'''High Spfri's. Newlwrry aid lanter-.
DSJ*1G * 1 dte Po'it.
*dlpmus i[ Oral. X.mturg and 'Tampa, and
1')hlj", tXrin medlate Poent.
PPoy lalail r1ytona, J-tkoorov1li.e
gy *terosh(Eaat and West -
.4pm y. High p ,5 avannahd alld oit
y lyI WoHrdS, East and West
'.R Seelle and Miauwpy

.. .. o. ,:,, ,. '. '- .

A*l o'hn 40w o*tai)* k 11 i
SO W*7

Arrlv PFrom

pa yil .
4 *, i' p t

I .4T p *t


ft 6it m

Atlant!a O*. -

Ma.., P~.

One Centi a Wl

For2oiaa tr aeAnfWiia)


IF YOirU wivt nbet. lt-to-now job iprintl "
TIm SUN o-tio oI s the ilaee to WtL It.

M atliisliek Pianos,


l lnst linx for lthis trvlimr u|ulatum tamtelw
tuml loltr k ll" Laittl HO u o tm *
heost. I ii) tlrlt I 1 tlti t mL o t, rt lt li t.
wortlalt nmLhlp ob it LiflUtil,.
tlp to iti e In very

Sold by iis oontinuoullly for
without n mingle failure. If you
want a pian fort a life(tl'mo'l
service buy thet
Mathixumhlxe I T
irslets it% low as in 1ontaltntnt wttll tally
UnAh or ilt olu term Soni A c n IS dtywn'
trial. We itvY frtnlht, Write
for prloeo TODIAY.

Ludden & Bates,

Southern Music House,


- A.


S 11H70

t ngs, elting, Packtlig, etc.

41t O ,e4of Our Vaal ae.

Baird Hardware Co.



Highest Market Prices Paid.

D. Kirt kLanc,
14 IW421 HSt, j1ulAn s0.,


E. A. WEIL & COo, :"'
or All. "0r940t414.0



Advertsemenli to .teiw ora t toreW
this hea oim erteOfOrO ; s oeas i a
In d Wvauee. eaohelbi '"' "
Plsso nsw r iAkV In the avortlemelt, .
The oontddence or fIR pW.OrS n00 i0a0
tMoe s4rnedl with 1n4tle :..will' i
Thetr will not b.'.lrtv@ t 5

iD YOU want ai, 0wma. moh11 aat '.aIt.,It
bny UntiyoM havoseeOn Oa. 104IB
moneyI. keep on liand the b"s
needles. attaebutents fatd turos
of maohlnes- Old mnohlae
change. Seecoil-t iand machines r
tprioe. Cill on or itdtreo'a C. A.,
agent The 1hwer tw Co., P.,Bo
nuinestille. F)a. 4-d.fawtf .,

mw WII^^ IV, PW -WW WN^^

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d th Lfe of Mrs. Thos. Wileman

B''ardsdale, Cal.

Life -dingCompound That Wives and
A Mothers Most Need in May.
iajI'sCeleryO~mounddoesawon- clears the muddy, unhealthy skin, it
~ i.ItW for flok and half dead wo- gives an increase in weight, and nmqve
? "n tMay. <~T conditions of winter refreshing sleep. Whatever be your
j OVObeeadetrl mental to the health of condition, unhappy sufferer, we give
$p woi, t a i girls everywhere;. they you a blessed assurance of a new and
l~3ll 4 eolined, ir nervous vigor, -the IJsting health through the use of
J| I "4 reeking with imnlurities, the Paiue's Celery Compound. Mrs. Thos.
' 6r0t organs do not perform thei* Wileman, Barksdale, Cal., writes for
WWrk 0and the digestive machinery is ailing and broken-down women as fol-
A 5 0utof gear. The human machine lows: "I began using Paine's Celery
be cleansed, reipalred, and Compound about six years ago. I had
aNIthenedhMay. .Paie's Caelery severe attacks of sick headache, with
S appound does the work surprisingly sick stomach and vomiting. My friends
Iat, aund gives a guarantee of perma- thought I could not live long, but
neont health and long life. It slatheone Paine's Celery Compound cured me.
"Opyirig me Ileine that truly nourishes, I am now able todo all any owu house-
iregulates, and invigorates the entire hold duties for i family of nine, and I
h rvdus system, from the brain to the can recommend l'aine's Celery Com-
SnlItpUtest nerve filaments. It gives a pound to any one suffering as I did with
fall, rich supply of energizing blood, it sick and nervous headache."



IJI e S 1vt Afternoon Gathering of
S pper House in Weeks.


Th .Petition Plan of Securing Licenses
':Wa killed in the Senate-Brief Re-
iport of the enate and House Pro-
;||s;/eeodlnge ,
otb e:'flrst time in weeks the Sen-
ate hel~ on afternoon session Thnrs-'
:ay, and proceeded without delay to
the passe of bills on their third read-
A, lging 't following passed:
e:,glating the compensation of the
jl def the county court in counties
i Wei thilie population exceeds 28,000,
1Id prohibiting such judge from prao-
:An act regulating and providing for
theostablishmenont and maintenance of
ferries across rivers where the oper-
ation of ferries on regular schedules
A:- ait frequent intervals appears to be
neaesary to public convenience.
1 o amend section 4001, Laws of
'Flo0rda, approved Junoe 5, 1897, being
entitled an act to amend section 720 of
i e revised' statute of the State of
Xo 0rldda in roferenco to contracting of
territorial limits of cities and towns.
.o provide for.4ervices by publio.a
tion upon unknown parties in interest
Involved in certain chancery suits, and'
for decrees and other proceedings'
after such service.
m S e time was consumed on diam-
Sous on on the Senate bill to prescribe,
the method of obtaining permits to,
sell liquor, which proposes a return to
4Ihe old petition plan. On motion of
Senator MacWilliams, the bill was in-
i.. luitoly postipoined by a vote of 17 to
S0. A Similar bill was killed in. the
, l:,House a feow days ago,
S During the afternoon session the
House pasted the following measures.

certain illegal tax sale eertitlcates
held alnd ow To legalie anti valiinte' an election
held in Hillkhiiorough comtity October,
1901, uponI a proposition to boid for
To provide for tand reguilttaeo tm-
porary vacancies by teachers in the
p ublic schools. --
For thti protectioia of railroad etn-
: pl:: : oyea,.
,. For. th relief of R. J3 Chillingworth
"-'" it the sum of $t7.40, money paid for
tioring fertilizer at the order of thev
- 0tommissiloner otf Agric ultu re.
sWuresa upon their second reading
occupied most of the time of the seS-

In the House.
: Among the bills introduced itn
on.' se were the .following:
y ,,Scott of 1 0ltlmou.-Huouse.
l"to%-..Ne.q,' rinug the captains



amlboati trMporting freight on
oottbhe riveMsin this 8tate to place
/it I a dsr snt veient place
S prevent th sam near the

duties of State attorneys and fix their
compensation; referred to the conm-
mittee on judiciary.
By Mr. Blanton of Taylor--House
bill No. 484, to amend an act entitled
an act to amend section 1 of an act en-
titled an act to proscribe the compen-
satfon to be paid jurors and witnesses
serving in the courts of this State, and
to provide for summoning defendant's
witnesses, approved May 20, 1895; re-
ferred to the committee on judiciary.
By Mr. Wall of lP'utnam-House bill
No. 435, to amend section 7 of chapter
5014 of the laws of Florida, the same
being an act entitled an act to regu-
late the holding of political primary
elections in the State of Florida, for
nominating candidates for any office
under the laws of this State, and "for
nominating delegates to political con-
ventions; referred to the committee
on conventions and elections.
By Mr. Trammell of Polk-House
bill No. 483, to require a special license
tax to be paid by express companies
doing business in this State, also for
its distribution, and providing that
towns and cities may impose a license
tax upon such companies ; referred to
the committee on finance and taxation,
By Mr. Foagle of Columbia-House
bill No. 428, to amend'section 2 of an
act passed by the Senate and House of
Representatives on the 14th day
of April, 1908. and approved
by the Governor April 10th, 1903,
being an act entitled an ant
to amend sootion thirty-three (83),
thirty-seven (87), forty-two (4)"-'and
sixty-seven (07) of an act entittled an
act to abolish the present' municipal
government of the town of Lake. City,
in the county ot Columbia and State
of Florida, and to establish, organize
and constitute a municipality to be
known and designated as the city of
Lake Oity, and to define its 'territorial
boundaries and to provide for its ju-
rildiotlons, powers and privilege's, ap-
proved May 22, 1901, which section two
(2) amended said section thirty-seven
(87) of said act entitled Pun act to
abolish the present municipal govern-
ment of the, town of Lake City, in the
county of Columbia and State of Flor-
ida, and to establish, orgahise and con.
stitute a iuniolpality to be known and
designated as the city of Lake City,
and to define it territories, bound.
aries and toprovide for its Jurisdiction,
powers and privileges : referred to the
committee on city and county organi.
By Mr. Wells of 1Hiloboro-Hotuse
bill No. 431, to amend sections 814, 816,
823 sld 72 of the Revised Statutes of
Florida relating to the practice of
pharmacy in cities and towns of more
than two hundred inhabitants. and the
sale of poisonsiuantheotate of loridka,
antd to affix penalties; referred to the
eonkmittee on general legislation.
By Mr. St. Clair-Abrams--House bill
No. 482, to prescribe the limitations of
liens of judgment hereafter obtained
in actions at law, and to preseribe the
limitatioes of liens of judgments at
law now existing; referred to the comU-
mitten on judiciary.
Children in Peril.
Some of the moet anxious hotu of a
mother's life are those when the little
ones have the sroup. Foleys" Honey

As announced, last Sunday throi
these columns the term of the Gair
ville Graded and High School will ce
on May 22nd. On the evening of 1
day the .commencement exercises i
take place at the Auditorium.' L
year these exercises continued throu
out a whole week and were enjoyed
all; but this year the management.
cided to conduct the regular work
the school up to the last day-ther
giving the students an opportunity
better prepare themselves for work
higher grades next year.
The fact that Hlons. R. W. Davis
M. L. Williams, than whom Flori
does not contain more accomplish
orators, will make addresses, will
sure one of the most delightful ev
ing entertainments ever witnessed
the people of Gainesville.
The exercises are advertised to
gin promptly at 8 o'clock.
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physic
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thi
years, writes hii personal experie
with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For ye
I had been greatly bothered with k
ney and bladder trouble and enlarp
prostate gland. I used everyth
known to the profession without rel
until I commenced to use Foley's JA
ney Cure. After taking three boti
I was entirely relieved and cured
prescribe It now daily in my pract
and heartily recommend its use to
physicians for such troubles. I ha
prescribed It in hundreds of cases w
perfect success." Sold by W. C. W
lace's drug store.

Break Out With Renewed Vlgor In
iroidack Mountains.
Plattsburg, N. Y.. Ma l6--FBo
ftres whieh, have been burning ml
mittingly for et&eral days have prol
out with rewedws vigor arlond Cto
Pond. nwr Saratac Lake. Paul Smit
on at. Regis lAlt and Ayer's hotel
Lake lDuane in the Adirondacks,
A telegram from Paul Smiths eta
that the woods for 10 millea Itn ev
direction seom to be on ere. The
has approached, within 3 miles of
hotel and Is spreading fast. At LA
,Dtrane, William J. Ayers., proprie
of Ayers' hotel, wo h ae been tight
the flames with a large force of n
for four days, hm a lot control of
flamtes and wired to Malone
Cshani PaIls for help. The fires hi
reached within a half mile of the
tel. It Is reported that great cdam
has been done by 0rest flres on
H1am Rockefeller's forest reserve.
many pisces In the Adirondaelk
rain or snow hs tallen sAnoe A
16, saljmt unpreOi4iented for thts t
of the year,
Between Me tlSvtUe and Onmo
ore &d0tyed the Pt"al 'relego
oompwan U1ie fgW a miles. Hi
men awd others all oer the Adh
4dmes are pam g te a at
World Wide Reputation.
White's Cream Vermifuge
achieved a world wide' reputation
being the best of all worm destroy
and for its tonic infhla nce on weak
unthrifty children, siit neutralizes
aoidity or sourness of the stomach,
proves their digestion, and assim
tion of food, strengthens their nerve
system and restores them to
health, vigor and elasticity of spi
natural to childhpod. 25c at John
Ner ep a-., ,, as~as~






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ged solicit a share of your business.

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tles ,
t. I Agents for the-
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Negro Deeptadao AsM lnaist..
Cokluhmbus. (a,. May 15. --Crawrford
Mo)rr. a negro detperado of. Harrts
oulmty, was a9Inated at his home
ta that- county: .-"Sm. 9 -te 'cImT.tii..
up ot a ll t laot woodalontMgde the.
hou*s. raied the window and sbot at
Moore with a .ouble-bajrrtied shot-
gu. Th' e sot stlc*kl his wife, who
bay by his 14de. putting out both of
hier eyes Moore jutWm el out of bed (
and as he did 1so the assasin fired at
hitm at shot i:,ra ^ xmortaly wouor
4nU him The rTAsw er *aed, Moor
wsa~be lat eI l taud of brOhers wbo
s4 et uesaer- tepeta*tt.

SIt'sha sf when youth tails to
show profe t tor ol age, but
just the coopt kpI th k O of k4".s
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Ina 8d or Lint, Large or Small Quastities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offer
made by letter or wire. Correspond-
enee solicited.


Jacksdnville's Finest
DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprietors

SX'tea4at la17

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pa" aenel bao eoau bt l[ aei P erele, erea and D~abte.
"eowe to oi In. bI ta r f nprem om ere os-. e
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Hons.. W. Davis ad l
Williams Will be in Attendaneo.


Exercises Will be Held Only One Even-
ing, Friday, May 22, but Promise to
be the Most Enjoyable the School
Has Ever Had.

tb. .... .. decAline. 1 seem ed to lose the light step
S nit to attend to my daily dutiesd My appetite filed

abthreedijeretuphfyict Bms and I stomh while bear-'

oo0 Wine of Cardui. In a few days I felt a c forge
ia# healti, o andat the nextet me bry y r
0 asIaId c at headachesded eto my misery

ThE mdenstrual flow becne more and reore profuse and I
q-, Unfit to attend to mr daily duties. My husband called

,natural and I was in lets pain. Gradually I recovered my health and strent
and am now in perfect health. I take an occasional dose of Wine of C
*hi&h ke me well. Aen
I am happy to give
you this endorsement.
President, Back Bay Woman's Olaub.
Why don't you try for the samq health Mrs. Ricker has? It is easy to
secure if you take Wine of Cardui according to directions. Winte of Cardu
strengthens weak and worn-out women ofany age and assists the motherland
housewife to bear her exacting duties. Wine of Cardui makes women fit
for all the duties of womanhood.
It will relieve the pains of irregularity, cures fallingof the womb,
lenucorrhoma, ovarian troubles, and has been known to remove what phy-
sicians considered dangerous tumors. Women who use Wine of Cardui
do not suffer at the monthly periods. They do not suffer hysterical attacks,
because Wine of Cardui gives them strong nerves freed from the irritation
of female suffering.
A $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui purchased from your druggist
will keep you free from pain.









1903 7.


7 WiFUROnEnA )r0


Thlarge Plant and Increase K 1
:' Its Facilities.. a


iFarmers Are All Happy Now, and
Rve Begun Planting Cotton and Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine
S -of every one hundred people who have
ptber Products Work on New heart trouble can remember when it
School Building Soon to Begin. was simple indigestion. It is a sclen-
Stifo fact that all cases of heart dis-
anta Fe, May 15.-It rains without ease, not organic, are not only trace-
ting here. The farmers are calling able to. but are the direct result of
-:"enough." The cretks and ponds indigestion. All food taken into the
full, the rivers that were stomach which fails of perfect diges-
full, the rivers that were so lo.w tion ferments and swells the stomach,
Ita few days ago are on a boom. puffing It tp against the heart. This
e oat crop, which was so badly darn- Interferes with the action of the heart.
and In the course of time that delicate
g4ed by the drouth, is showing the but vital organ becomes diseased.
,od effect of the rains. The farmilrs
Sbusy replanting cotton and pin-
Ole the rain will prove a blessing. e/ Wht Y
,see there has appeared another one iges Wa OU a
g he planets in the Central City Mrs. Loring Nichols of Penn Yan. N. Y.,
writes: After eating, my food would dIsrems
Bilh seeks to throw its illumi- me by m akln nmy heart palpitate and I would
become very wetk. Finally I got a bottle of
ting light over all Alachua county. Kodol and It gave me Immediate rolle. After
H farlse to ask is it one of the fixed usint a few bottles I ani cured.
r? Itf so, will it not get ite light Kod1l c uresindigstion, dyspepl
is an4 all stomach disorders, and gives
Io the greater light, The Sun? the heart a full, free and untram-
A. 0. Rouse of Live Oak and Capt. meled action.
) Stockton of Jacksonville spent Bottles only. $1.00 Size holding 254 tmes
ladgy here Friday prospecting. tse trll iz, wiach ael for o
E.; J. Baird of the Central City has MaPsass r
,u.chased from Edward Anderson of .
Jaocksonville the saw mill here, to- 4 C o.
gather with the muled and hearts, in Chticago
tlat the entire outfit. He will begin
at onceto operate the mill, and will BODUFORD & McCOLLUM,
enlarge the plant by putting in a shin- ,. . Mc.OLLU. .
gle mill and a planer, and also a crate MEN AND WOMEN.
department. The people of this corn- P n UdoBig f oreqnuatial
onilty are delighted to know that the d 0l' itationor uIrrdontou
mill is in such safe hands, and will of. ucaus membrtrano
lp"e*i ftow Painless, and not asitrn.
be operated in the future on an honest r, iHtANSClMio. ent or po00on*t4,
kOINNAT l.o Sold by Urugent's.
and business basis. A.. or t iIn pl)an wrndper.,
Capt. A. W. Lord an R..E. Dell of b e preoples, repa fo
8 .00 p r 8 bet ll eW2.76.
Bell were welcome visitorsihere Thurs- Clroular "eat on requeeb
day. ---
The trustees of Santa Fe public TO THE PUBLIC.
school will soon commence to
have erected a large and cor- We, the undersigned, hereby agree
modious building on the site to pay ,000 to any manufacturer of
selected for the consolidated school- paint who can show, by similar tests,
The building will be of the most mod- ally paint stand hing upon any metal
ern type, with three commodious surface as perfe< ..y and for so long a
rooms for three departments, with a time as our
public half on the second ,floor, which IRAPNHTE ELASTIC PAINT.
will be uqed by the Odd Fellows as a We guarantee GR'APHITR ELAS.
lodge. TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, as,.
The writer can but compliment the phaltum or any of the products of
work that has been done on the public petroleum, and when applied to any
road between Paradise and LaCrosse. surface according to our directions to
Road Overseer Feaster, it seems, un- wear perfectly for a period of five
derstands how to make a good road years, and we 'agree to furnish, free of
out of sand. One more working such chargeuall paint-necessary to repaint
as he is putting onil now will make the any surface where it has proved de-
road to Worthington Springs one of tective. Signed,
the best public roads in the county. The National Paint 4nd Varnish Co.,
ali. ala.a the loir teams ara now det- Qlieveland, Ohio, U. S. A.

sitroying some of the best of his work.
Why not the comlmissibnere extend
their eiperiments on this road to Wor-
, thiogton Springs when they start their
rook road system? This road runs due
north from the Central City and- wounl
make a most desirable drive to that
noted health resort. I would suggest,
however, that the County Commission.
i era experiment some on how to protect
the public roads from thedepredationa
of the logart.
Cures When Doctors Fail.
SMrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La.,
P.writes June 8th, 1001: "I had umaaria
"lvfer in very bad form, was under
ti'-atment by doctors, but as soon as I
stopped taking their rned cine the fever
would return. I used a sample battle
Of iterbine, found it helped me. Then
boughtt two bottles, which completely
#iired me. I feel grateful to you for
firpishing such a splendid medicine,
ad "Can honestly recommend it to
thkoe suffering from malaria, as it will
surely cure them." Herbine, 5t0c bot-
fO atJohnsofn BrM.- e..
Pollee Quasrdei9 Iubway.
eiK ir York, Msay iS.-V Ph iub"wa
cntrtactor bege.t today to eaptoy
ay mo twho asked lotr work In the
4alwa1ay to place of the atrikera, who
ry refused to ratran to wo
a abort t01e a tbig fwes aA bew
flty u n dlee guud" weI
of ti' ubwae.
Spring Ailments.
1pere 1 aon aching and 4#ed fUeeling;
lver, bowel. and kidneys beonme
iand inactive, the dWapstion
-ed,with little or no appetite, no
skm for 'a thing. and a feeling
tb e w'hole body and ,Mid niad*s
sp.o, The trouble is. that dtru
g.. tek has been an awuina-

We take pleasure in announcing that
we have secured control for Alachua
count for the sale of the celebrated
known as Uncle Sam paint.) This
panta ls the highest endorsements lor
inO an4d iron roofs and All exposed
T. F. THOMA L Ag S. CO.,




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7ture0 8toe Heat8, Do

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by a ir 1a1tial k ep 4 *aji t
wo.4 em'/'in~, tekt ,*worm,
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Over Dutton & Co's Boink. Orkinesvllle
1 Special adtentior to Crown and ridlae w
P ALLone Wo A
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DealUr inr renll, ,*ate, Thorou lily posted
with every section of land In A lo'nai ocuniy.
Correspondence solicited.
and Made Now.
We buy or sell Furniture r nn ontra l
with you on the comitnai.Ou bu'l.. l'atronrnire
solicited and saltsaetionl

COMPANY. New York.

Jacksonville. Florida
WM. SCHILLME. Proprietor.
182 W. Forsyth at., Jacksonville, Fla.
Opposite Postoffile.

Best dining place in city. Fine
Wines, Liqupra ald Olgars.

JOHN MItBNtES, Parortetor.
((Mfl W. Bay St.. .il< soonvinoe.
Faust heer, bottle a i ad rIF ugh t. Don 'I
fail to cnll on- me wlh' in Jacksonville

-- Visit ti--
The besti Liquers in thtecity. Enter.
tainment every night ait ooof Garden

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Jaikionville, Florida

Merchants Limuh from 12 to 2 p. n.
BarthlllMay Rteieter, alea s *
prt Wurberger lteir ena lwipt

Steikm, Fbh, Chops. (limo In seaso.,
to ord4r. Pool, -.illmnirdi lowlHng
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roO.>)!, 'Ohiuarrte.lh lti' olb, mnsltiv. ob.,servoti>on itid didg1it cirs botweet Jatoklnvlle and
New Yotlrk Arrtv'stl tlv oxhept Monlayvs letri"vi dally s5eept stndny.,
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A .-,AY 16,1903


Ste of eral Interest Gath.
erd by Our Reporters.


Whot -is Happened and What I Going
l p 54ppon Told in Short Paragraphs
:So hat ."He. Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Xnste Wjith c"uanw 111
) i mples of Kalola with full in-
litatle ons at atl'drug stores.
A. '; 'ayLlorof Lennon was among
the v ora to this o~ty yesterday.
SSrveyor J3 W. Patton made a brief
professional visit: to HUgh Springs yes-

l ,:.Lo',10, Ellis, the piano man departed
yestrdzay for High Springp and other
point. on business.
Y|e. A. Abramws, the -piano and mu-
4"l an, hais returned from a business
S trip to 0ala and other points.
sanilshed rooms to rent; privilege
hot and eold, baths. For Informa.
st n'., apply to Dick's* Barber Shop. tf
Ti*sinmaster 0. W.. Parham of the
.lan ioCoast Line departed yeater-
ty for Dunnollont o ofi olal busi-

"3RF. Hampton has returned from an
extended visit to New York. Boston
Ji" 14l other eastern points, He reports
a enjoyable sojourn, but is glad to b
ome again.
, 3. M. Mason's ard get a copy
"f. my Private Lessons. on Drugltes
lHeal-fi B and Self Healing. Price, lO'
poent per copy, Every family should
Ihveone. A. JCOONw. tf
MissM Clifford Falroloth, a chamnnng
,I0yo9t-g lady of Dothan, Ala., after a
ipleaant visit to Mr. -and Mrs, A. L.
Glass In this city, is now the guest of
klssRHosa Coxe at Palatka.
Bids Wanted-For the rebuilding or
repairing of the culvert over Sweet-
water bramich on Liborty at. For "eIl-
floationA, apply to W, B. Taylor, Alt
ma ln Street Oommlttee, or A,. Me-
Arthur. Bids will be opened May 18t4h
The baccalaureate seonon of Uniton
Academy will be preached by Rev. j.
P. Mark at Bethel A. M> church, Sun-
day, May 17thk, 3:00 p. m. The public
is cordially invited to attend. The
closing exercises of the school will be.
gin Tuesday etvvening st Johnson's
Mrse. George lieytold an*d four chil-
dren, aeoiompanied by the former's sis-
ter, Mis* s uruett. arrived in the city
Thursday from Ocala, Thoy'arrived in
a fluanoially embarrassed condition.
S Mis Burnest stated that. iheihusband
-.of is.t Reynoids died iii cOala re-
"sntly, and they wort end.a voring to
re ..jh their home in Norfolk, Va. With
view of obtaining futds to proceed
Sa:. was Stirulating ,a petition asking
financial aid, and was apparently meet-
ing with a great deal of suocecs.
'. Mr. Joseph Pomlnville of. 8tlllwater,
^" 4iun... after having spent over .3,X00
nnebet dootoe d .for stomach
ble, wIthout elief, was advised by
drggist, Mr Al.. Richard to
S %box of Chamberlain's Stomach
i Tablets. He did so, and Is a
rad da Itroubled -with in

See Moyers for coupon contracts In the
Standard. to641ft
J. H. Rollinsof Rochelle was trading
in the city yesterday.
Try that corned beef at Fagan's mar-
ket. Only lO0 per pound. tf
C. C. Thomas returned yesterday
from a professional visit to High
Mrs. R. C. Fetzer and daughter of
Savannah are in the city, the guests of
R. L. McKinstry, soliciting agen%,of
the C. F. X. cars, arrived in the city
from Jacksonville yesterday.
P. E. Whetstone, formerly of Fort
White, but now of Lake City, was reg-
istered at the Brown House yester-
R. E. Dell of Alachua and Pink and
M. Chesser of LaCrosse were among
the visitors to the county capital yes-
Rock is being delivered on North
Garden street, between West Liberty
and West Masonic, which will be used
for paving purposes on that block.
The Kalola "band" is still playing
and hundreds soe joining the proaes-
slon. Sitg and praise iKalola for indi-
gestion, kidney and liver troubles,
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. For sale by all
druRgits and medicine dealers;
W. T. laokson of Wauburg Lake, who
owns one of the handsomest and most
thrifty orange groves on the shores of
that beautiful body of water, was
among the visitors to this city yester-
$Single young men will find the
ootiest furnished rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 70' cents per
week to 2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House offies .
The Atlantie Coast Line offers a rate
of 12.15, Galnesville to New Orleans
and return, May 16th to 21st, inclusive,
with limit returning May t. A final
limit to June 1tth will be extended by
depositing ticket with agent at. New
Orleans and saying the customary
special fee. d.'w
After a pleasant visit of several days
to her parents and sisters, Mr. and
Mrs,. L. N. LaFonttsee and daughters,
Mrs. B. J. Bowyer. aeoompaled by
herlittle sonreturned to her home In
Tampa yesterday. Her daughter, lit-
tie Eloise, expects to remain here for
several days as the guest of her aunts,
who ar greatly devoted to her.
Before oatijM
iBefore looping,
Befotre speaking,
llefurpreaolsi sig,
Before sayng.

Before pti ng. ht
TakeKRA o;k. t will clearyour sys-
tont of bilousnm s, prepare your stom,
a&h for your food, puri .lour breath,
luspire.your thot s. aod strengthen
your norvms and muslMes.
Dr. T. Allen, the eye and ear
specialist 'of DeLand, who visits
Oainesville professionally once each
week, was at' the Brown Houne yester-
day. The Do tor is a very enthusia*.
Uoe horticuturiat, and owns om e
handsome property in Voluate county.
lHe attended the coeenAtion of the
State Hortitcltural Soilety at Miami

I.n wetit ast edak-at tIit attv tot

w t Cusban A Hill.
Small p~1uents earn good dividends
In the Standard. See MOyrers. tow1n
W.J 3. lman, a narl stores oper-
ator of Flral City, is in town.
B. B. Stokes of Rosewood was among
the business visitors to this city yester-

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Mr. Burnett haben thbe recipient of
numerous conugrtuluatious on hisa origi-
nality. .,,,, *. ,. '.
Disasro Wreks. ,
Carelessnees t s Mpoasiblt fur meao
a railway wrea V4 the .ame oauaees
are making htuoaM wMreas of s ffere.
from Throat taxA Thss"M but
since the adv P iC. Xit '4 ,A w
)Dieofver-y for pUo, I
a "4 4old,* 0"7 5SS5WtDbe
mred, and hAmt9.rm yett isino
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W. M. Ives of Lake City was among
the prominent Floridians registered at
the Brown House yesterday.
Mrs. A. 0. Crum departed yesterday
for Birmingham, Ala., where she will
be the guest of friends and relatives
for a few days.
Deputy Sheriff F. S. Curl eft Archer
was among those who.visited the city
yesterday. lHe came ih business con-
nected with the grand jury.
J. 8. Erwin, a stockman formerly of
this city but now of Lake City, has ar-
rived in the city with several head of
stock' which he proposes to place on
t h e m a r k e t . .... .....- .. ...
The veranda in front of the First
National Bank is being improved in
appearances by the application of a
coat of paint. Contractor Coldham is
supervising the work.
Hon. Benj. Putnanm Calhoun., the
.newly appointed solicitor of the
Eighth circuit, departed for his home
in Palatka yesterday, the term of the
court having adjourned.
J. D. Caldwell of Lochloosa, one of
The Sun's oldest arnd most valued sub-
scribers, who has been in thti city in
the capacity of a member of tie grand
jury for the past week, returned to his
home yesterday.
Rev. W. J. Carpenter departed yes-
terday for OCala, where he goes to as-
sist for a short time in a revival meet-
ing being conducted by Miss Emma
Tucker, the female revivalist who is
who is well-known in this city.
W. F. lHamilton, the artesian well
contractor, has finished the well at
the plant of the American Wood Oil
and Chemical Company. The well is
eight Inches in diameter, 857 feet deep,
and has a capacity of 20,000 gallons per
hour. It is one of the finest wells in
this section,
L. E. Robinson of Providence, R. I.,
a prominent cotton merchant of that
city, is the city for a short time, the
guest of his brother, Hon. W. G. Rob-
inson. He Is welf. pleased with Gaines-
ville, an4d y4 h4 wo1u4d rmtn longe
if the condttiop,'or"his business would
warrant an tU ensIpn of $tme.'
Deputy Sheriff MeOann of LaCrosse
was In the qity O official business yes-
terday. He had' In custody Fre4 Wil
son, who was adhi term of the circuit
court indicted by. the grand jury for
selling whiskey without a license.
Wilson was remanded to jall to await
the action of the nexzt term of court.
The G. H. 8. juniorr baseball team
will leave for Wal o today via 8. A. L.,'
to play the Waldo Juniors. The 0. H.
S. Juniors defeated the Waldo Juniors
on the Gainesville diamond a short
time ago. The Waldo team also de-
feated the G. H. 6. on the Waldo, dia-
mond, so there w11l be an exciting
0. Y, Shipman of Archer, a member
of the firm of S ipiman & Son, manu-
faeturers of lamber, .wa a bsiniesa
visitor to this city yesterday. will
be remembered that this firm, upon
starting up its new plant recently, had
a serious aeideint, the engine in some
way having broken beyond reasonable
repair. They have secured a new en-
gine, however, and expect to resume
operations today. The mill is a new
one, and is one of the most modernly
equipped in that section.
The prettiest window displays that
have ever been sen in this city for
some time are thoseat the store of
Mareus Endel. They were dressed by
Fletcher lIturnett, and go as evidence
of the superior taste and ability of that,
young man. The display consists of
everything in the gents' furnishing
line, including clothing, and is beau.
tifully contracted with a white baek-
ground with the amto m -.f the prtoprt
etor neatly traced in ties of ,various
shades. The idea is aR good one, and

Iniure witth Onshan A Hill.
J. 11, HIagood of High Springs was,
registered at the Brown House yester.

da. and Mrs. M. W. Smith of St.
Augustine were in the city yesterday,
They jere en route to Newberry to'
visit friends.
William Littledale, traveling .sales'-
man for Smith & Turner, Jacksonville,
was in the city yesterday. He has
jp't returned from a successful trip
through South Georgia.
Supervisor Davies is still doing ef.
festive work on East Main street, and
when he shall have finished the block
upon which the force is now engaged,
it will be one of the best and most sub-
stantial "stretches" in the city.,
An Indian from the wilds of the
West did not discover Kalola for it is
not the result of the investigations of
an ignorant medicine man, but it is
the result of the most skilled chemists
.of today.- A -comnbtunntion of several
mineral waters each crystalized and
combined, and each water having me-
dicinal value, which imke Kalola. A
genuine specific for the cure of indi-
gestion, bladder and kidney troubles.
All druggists can supply you.
Death of a Highly Esteemed and
Skilled Marine Engineer.
The Charleston News and Courier of
a recent date has the following to say
relative to the death of a relative of
James Doig of this city:
'Mr. Marion T. Doig, who died here
yeSterday,was well known and admired
in maritime circles at this port. He
had been for many years in the steam-
boat service in the capacity of chief
engineer and until recently was in the
employ of the Charleston Consolidated
Railway Company. He was a capable
machinist and a good and useful citi-
zen, popular with everyone that knew
him and devotedly attached to the best
interests of Charleston, one of the
worthiest of whose sons he proved him-
self to ,ie. Mr. Doig was agreeable in
manner, warm-hearted, charitable and
true. His death is deeply lamented
by his brother engineers and many oth-
ers in this community.
A Little Early Riser
Now and then at bedtime will cure
constipation, biliousness and? liver
troubles. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are the famous little pills that
cure ;iy arousig e* aseeirtions, mov-
ing the bowels entlY, yet effectually,
and giving such tone and strength to
the glands of the stomach and Jiver
that the cause of the trouble is re-
moved entirely, and If their use is con-
tinued for ai few 'ays, there will be no
return of the qomplalnt Sold by
Bodlford & .oQoalum,
Is Now Enabled to 8It Up. and Physi-
clan Thinks Will Soon Recover.
The numerous friends pf L. E. Barkt.
er, who has been under the treatment
of Dr. Holmes of Atlanta for thq past
month, will be gratified at the inform-
ation that he ia now rapidly recover,
ing, being enabled to sit up for the
firt time in several weeks. His phy-
sician feels greatly relieved ovqr his
condition, and says that he viilJ 'prob-
ably be enattled to return home with-
in the next three weeks. The friends
of Capt. Barker will be glad to wel-
come him home again, and doubly so
when they haive been assured that he
has been restored to perfect health.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken very sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which relieved me. One day I
saw an ad. of your Electric Bitters and1
determined to try that. After taking a
few doses I felt relieved, and soon
thereafter was entirely cured and have
not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of



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mine have been cured of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles
and ,3neral Debility." This is what B
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Merchants Defeated Them by a Sco
of Seventeen to Ten Friday.
The prediction by Captain O'Neill

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the Merchants' baseball team that the
Commercial team was "dead, easy"
was proven on the diamond yesterday.
afternoon, when a contest for superi-
ority resulted in a score of seventeen I
torten in favor of the merchants.
The game was played for the benedt.'
of the Oak Halls, and was a clean,
good-natured one throughout. A fai.-
slsed crowd greeted the players, and
there was considerable fun in the con-
The following was the line-up:
Merchants-Morrow, p; Cline, c;
Graham, ib; O'Neill, 2b; Holder. 8b;.
McCormick, ss; lHarrold, If; Howe,
of; Crawford, rf.
xrurmmers-Kennard, p; Hutchin-
son, c; Moore, lb, Tison.2b; Taylor,
3b; Doyle, ss; Thrower, If; Bliss, cf;
Dickison, rt.
W* W. Stripling, manager of the
Drummers' team, arrived at the tail
end of t6ie game, and was so anxious to
play that Bliss surrendered his posi-
tion in center field.
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctor Had Failed.
SB. B. VirlinK of London, Misa.,undt.r
date of April 21, 190 writes:
"J. Simonson, GaUinesville, Fla. :
"Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitd.e to you, for your won
derful salve has cured a sore on my
foot from which I have suffered great-
ly for five yeats. Twelve doctor have
'en working on the foot during this
tise, but failed to effect a cue. Your
saf[e did the work in a little while.
from the foot ten piecs e bone,
wMiehat Ia ted the sore, ad, now am'
out, 9&e aid of rall-&';