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.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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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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Bwible Mutilation of Jews
st XKihine1M
Vi"etnw' Iyea Were Put Out, Nalls
Driven Into Their Heads and Their
Limbs Sawed OW-Thousande New
.Without Food or Shelter.
N'". ork, May 18.-Dr. Doroschew'-
It. tlhe heiad pbyl cian of the NtIon-
Al htopital at Klshibeff, alter etgm-
t Aoe a deaid and wounded, has giv-
i s: the Iollowlag specflic tastancee of
Slideots cruelty, .sys a dispatch .from
a'Etneiff, Beasarabia, to The World:
"*A Jewes named Sam Fonatachi.
l brought here with two nalla, 7
|bobll long, driven into her brain
through her nose.
"O-eo Jew wee brought nla with oneL
lily, both ankles and wrists broken,
h45 severed hands and foot dangling
by the skin.
*A. Jew named Chariton had lost
" it.-l upper and under lips. which had
:be cut away with a kitchen knife,
;-*i which hil tongue and windpipe
L r beer pulled out through his mouth
"'Te ears of a Jew named Selzer
bad been cut away and his head bat-
tared in 1 pieces. He was a raving
A arpeter was surprised at work
sad both bi hbau were sawed off'
.t his own. sw.
SA Jewish gtIr was e. aulted by
Several brutes, who then cut her eyes
ut wtth a pocket kCtife.
"Oi0 wommn, after tryl-ng to de-
Ii.a her oAlldren. was throw upon
: 'tltV ...t.. dlm and
| 'tiathers and horse hair from her bed
a we stuffed into her body.
"Small children were flung out of
Iftdows and trampled upon by the
S"Porty-eeven were killed on the
S pot, 80 died of their injuries and 600
are under treatment. Many will be
egopples for liftte."
F our thousand Jews re without food
4r shelter, and it hi ImVpossble for
them to get away.
FIiash Plate Said To Have Been Re.
moved by Wreckers.
Birmingham. Ala., May 10.-A
freight trains consisting at engine, 7
cars loaded with llmestonUe and a ca'
boose, was wrecked WeVdanesday night
1 mile south of Remiap, 18 lsles north
of Birmingham, on. the rminghai
$ Mineral railroad th branh ad
"one man was kitled a" 'thre were
It is believed that a flih plate was
l4tnoved from the track, whIch caused:
si Spread, and the train wu offt Uti
i rack, the engine turned over on Mit
ide and the loaded carp a"d eboWo
ii0ed, up about It. The following is
li Ult of the 'ead as wounded.:
rAck Maxey, negro. flreoman; crushed
Rader engine.
he -injured: '
'iaqk Fowler, engineer, removed
11t. Vincent hospital; not believed
hbe fatally hart.
| John Beavers, condultorr
B ", J- Taylor, traiawtirlter; face
adched. He was ridle Ii the ca

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[na~ t Sr Sce by 1Brakeman of Wesrt BS-avators and Roknon D ecues I*-
Vowr York. May W -t naian 01 WA MUED
V w York, bl akn 10.-A. a inner, ,I 1 "st r, s e Rioekma inee rte -- :1
herd brake-man an thio W!eat eVvL "
trn h arrald ^ toT Buil dir l Ch g Bdupidl y 5e da "t' u41u Cl rg ed With Murder of Ad-.
aritrAr 0dlffeT, s-,s wVt the eontrlotor,
Rehikensi t 8:45 ca the Z4gtit 01O40oVially tho4e sonooriei in tho aub- & 1ntsExpres Employele
Apri 96.. ,s 1de 1! a way work. bhlee strtker deldd Ep. E
picture of C. Rosseau, the dyn&mite GREAT PANIC AMONG T-FNAwrM. to mlAnLt*in their pealtlou :aud kap MEMPHIS POIIONIN AFFPPAIR.
as that of o e passenger oil a On away frtm work. There worr no Apoe- --. .
hi train. Rosseu, wUh a pa-ealde Th Known to taV Pid- elll ncidat to th n tg, M. M Conlok's Attornoy's Announce
ion. who looked vey much liko him. e lt of ta trikere in gxTul of Tt he Will N, t ..tur to Cli
boarded the trsin at Buffalo, havhik ed One Man to MIMs0I and Many were stattontl on all the c, erst In That hwn Wi Not RAetur to Ci
been traisferreod ftrn the Wabash Other Persons Wore More or Lew the Italian quarter. 1%Tey tallked osnati Without Requlsition Papor.
road. 'il with tLo strikers who smod to bhe In New ,Ovolopmenta Expected.
"I remember the two men distinct. werwauely injured. olned to go bNack. Thte striIera
ly." sai.d rrat-:man kitnner. "Rc- COhicago, May 16,fi.-Wo MWa were 4ce4do to maintain their ipwition mai Qo1nt1i8a, T't1AU., May 16.-1)eteoUtV
aeau aiked me how long his trunk Lost Il a Are that destroyed the Weot- keep Away from work. Whon the i. A. .Kwtwnio, of Oiaoinuatl ia%'
would be kept at the West Shore ch ester aparrtumeit btlOding at 5012 Itanlltn ubway satrtkore throat tit (i t a rilli l the city this amriving with 4
with ut storage I told him Cottage Grove avenue, eawry today One workmazi In tho BrolA today he bran- warrant from the OtinciilnuAtI courts
thie rules of the road il that mAtter., man is alantul and la ploukoSd to dished a &rvolve'. A piUAlikmwan at- than Mir, l4ile M-O5rntok wtll
"H-a explained that heo and his con- have perished in the fliuiM3, while tww reled him wHile thoe trilkJos pcapod. the muruilr of the Atanme I~tprois e*i.
panion were to C-all o the troaclh peraona were probably n Mt6Uly t ind h. o workmianli \.At 4uhs'oqulitly re' ply lleor the following Wednioday. He others seriously inJur*4 by jnmilng leaused Iy tho magistrato b eor whoe~ driul4a whi rhky (ro a iackaae
spoke excellent IFnglish, although Im. from the windows. -'o dwad ut he wa arraigned. Two humidrod addreNssed to Mrs. Km4o Nobbe, of thatt
pressing me as either an italian or a L ut Ph h 10 yearr old. Itlltn striking worh.'rr wiarno 70 o4 ('t)t
Frenchman. I remember that they H rry Strubley, 0 yiarI old, the workmen in the lUrnx ti) quL he dwttlvo i lhad acliuely walde hi
had considerable hand baggage. and Thoae mzxiitraiws: work on pain it death. l-Nur of the ap) .uratK.,:, in the ottle( ot Clief of
that when the Weacott express -mes William Huebol, 0 ysot.ra old. strikers were arreastod. odo' M ,uiou hh-efo Mra, Mceormnltch'
eenger wont through the train at Corn- Those lajure l: i.-... atitornMyjH ait'vad wad announced that
wall they declded to keep their b Theodorp Wh~tley A440 b -nt; Pat- MAY CALL OOUT MORE UNION MrU Mct.umiit would .not return to
gage instead of having it bcheekd. ick loilfrro hands out Nels '"The men did not mingle with aber berg, badly burned aliout. hiad. ALrtdy There Are 7'5,000 Men 0oi I1 1M.tlornioy4 alSo u1nnouncod that
passenger. They went out and took Ma. G. D. HotimAn. ad her back Striko In Denver, Colo. thOy ht i i.lnDtituted habeas cotrptlu pro
lunch at the railroad station in Syrai brokon and Is In.ternally uinurl; Louls Denver. May 16.-- t- i l l1;)Iy that cOMdingis. Tht argumnlit In this ,ult
cuse, but made no display at money. Herbert also had hNi baWk brukeno., mlny niuoe untioyt. will Iv- (Itllot out will be heard at 3 o'clock this after-
They asked me tor the nearest hotel) The de"d girl was NKd in the hall on etrike today owint to t.h' reju(tlon n< un4 iwin the t'ond clrr'uit court.
to the terry in New York city, aMd an the semB4d floor of thu building, ~f thei labor (xnmittong' pro .:sition Doett1tivt i "wuieey linrmediately
I gave them the address of one. where she had appMaently btwn over by the Citlirnms' Alliatnce yesterday. wirod the chie of pif llc at Otnlnnatt,
"While I recognize the ploture ofl ome by smoke wUe griuilr hig er Altogether, there ti a total o Tt,- regarding the pospoect of a legal bat.
Rosseau, I cannot now remember the way to the ltairs, The twody of 000 men -oni strike. te over the -cdstI y of Mrs. M'Cor-
appearance of the other man. Both Strubley was recovered rom the baae Among those likely ito HW t allied oul (jtick and asked the cchlof to wire GoCk
were dressed like well~to-o mzorohlata swant whre he was i customed to tod ay ar1 the garment makers, brew- ornor Naah, of Ohio, for requislattn
and both were apparently of the saa sleop. It aI thought he waa rendered T'Y emplo)YOs. barteoridrrs, retail clerks, paptsa and at the same tine ask GOov
nationality." tasenlbte by the smokle oad was then aLrritge and hack d'rtvcrs, ongineers lrnor Nash to wire Oovernor FYraler,
drowned by the deluge* t water from and firemen and aslh haulers, of Teniessooe, requesting that Mrs,
McCluskey Probing Mystery. the ngines. By calling out of th en.glueotr arid McCormiok be hold titlI the neceiary
New York, May 16,-YPolloe 1Ia~o The AOre atirted beAnth a grocery Oremen there is danger that O$300,00 apipors eould be stWumid and at forarded
tor MccUitkey return,4 today, m ,at ', whtoh occulied t.K, grxwlnd 0.oor Worth of meat In the refrigerators t to thisl city,
Chiealg whrew.e h had been 4bY5StlllU:* th dtbiikg4 ad 'itepread rapidly t. stoCk ytirds will be ipoled, Theoao were nno inow developments
Ing themysteryorthelafernli lkabl U through the bsafts until the entire There has been some disorder, but today, other than the beginning of the
left on the Cunard plet. iThe Intpe" building was abslae., nothing of a serious nature. The po- fight of the pVli)te and the attorneys
tor said his trip htbd estabiihted th fwenty-seven families live in the lice department has increased lit for the custody and liberty of the wo.
feet that only ctse matl wea ooneerme4 lparttmenti on the threo upper floors, ftomwe to handle the situation, men.
in the whole affair, and that he was arnl many persoirs orrowly escaped The situation between the conito'n- (Chlot of Police Ma an stated thit
not, in the inspectors opinion, the taly In the paiic which the aIg factioUS Ito at a deadlock this morn.Jug that no new ftultb* hadl been
member of any peore'r society or lslam of fAre. Th property 1o05 oa al lltngl, Mvurv Tht, pIoih'. aret makIng every
baild, He had not expected ito fnul te bit lding i n rontan ts I esatmaMt -- effort to trtou the fatal and
Rousseau, the stupeot, in Ohleago. Mt $io0.000. Police Foroe increased, now dovluoinmnirf.s are hourly expiit.
Clewn were leading to other western J. T. Hoffman. hustiand of the In- Osmaha, Neb., May 16.( A tundreA *ad.
titles. A good description of the Jured woman, saved his two children deputies and 2A4kcycle laitrolimhn wrn -Awaiting A.alyi of Chemists
man wanted has been telegraphed to by t.-trowln them from. the second dlstribut.. throuAiout the roelldenc Awatin Analyi. of Chemst.
every town and city in the country *brT window upon a mattreeW. -HiS portion of the city today to aid the, Cinrlunati,. May I(1. Tho coroneJ1
and Canada. he said. i*fe; tsowev.r, felt to th o ru olt. it regular police forco maintain order. haN oiiut y0et til4n tihei itIquoet on lIeo.
is thought that she will die. Sam- No disturbhances were rIxported thts il fiamrlri lilhr, iholl liedlr, fnrt)i thi1e ffiete
LEE S iiANE SAYS JURY Hatll occttiled a room In the basement ionitlng, One restaurant signed theo of Idrinldiig p ,isf nl< whlike.y enat ta
LE _ 8ANE #AY JURY1 lth Streey. i H s body wPA. not wal4ter' sale, and opiend4 for lbusiniosK i Mra. Notihie, of itis city, frilr Mem*
s L._were Will cr Cas .e recovered, t4ut he is thought to have today, At a mteetl( of tho Walters' phl 11, i itowalting the work of
t Lawyere Wl W ry et the "na.e fate as Sirubley, and unlon, a roeolition was adopted, c.;, choim imt, who are ouxamninlg the pols-
tpreme Court, the ruilts ate belg searched for his surtAg yesterday' viiolncead and ldtwiar oOllos flutid awirl ao to waittlng th re
AhlUantsy, May u-awlud Lee wliO emdais. t In that any Welnbor of th io lon sill. of tihi il tu on the otither vie
oa SfandtI, ay af Im year, bot Animblanees ere hurried to the aid proeTi guilty otf ovort acti wotld ih tillm ikily twil hlurbalik are still in
.mt ,OId iae iM Mia tuttie, ti of the ij ired whlhle neithbore sirovtd. expelled. \ r.ritl'.al ,onuithln. slthoiugh both
.Iiihr al t ,18 1I4e 1 mad who ed c)othLng it bundasc ftor the u, a r ehk ptvewo abl, to take outlatitnaet,
e iw tr i e .ane of death for fortotites lany of whom were usn. Yale Men Join Strlk Breaker,. tfeve ns, a third victim, l itn a fair
Mis 4Lo iae a deodlrd by a jury ablesto tave any portion of their of. New IlHaven, Co0 ., May lt--Aatwut wiy ito rwuovry while FlHrbil, the.
.tbo O .ekti si aerieo ftLrt to be fIi"ffrom the lames. 10 Yale unldrsraduatos have joined yolunginlt of the vict.ltiS, I already
-n. the strike breakers eImployet hby the. wlil.
The nt resgite of the prison- COOA TANK EXP.LODE. ^loc tr1ckiag compatXes to t ake the i Thc general opniain of physicltaB
et 'tat lraMly srt Governor -- ces of the tnamatrs who went onM iand lhonmilatsi i advaine of analyti .
re but, acordina re m Wr#ked and Proprltisee strike Tuesdday. This i the att time is that the polion used was Itraob,
to t L i at pte Ythat oeoapetnrt help hias ben found nine.
eaaly on 1 He RIlros rKon l t0 pdalt Killed I w by the trucking compnatles, and th --
PSIY torne the iln t o Jr 1 Wk. M 1.-M--fr. Kate T.ay- undtradgruatae ae derivin a goodW MCCARTHY CHEATI GALLOWi.
lAtetorey l eu f the lonld r, IS e ta t.h result of the eopl del of hfa out of driving the heavy ----
Inon.s DUNS4 b wte afoa .to ide" a ium, for mak, trucks abosat the city. Wife Murderer Tiakes Poliln e ICV
.-S. Rn, priditg judge .ofa tt w.itr., which kd ---- HIf i( tLatstten,.
1 "et o rea "iu.. o- her store. A be4 teniloe eof Line PFoposud, tieituo, KY., May 14.-'Wlfiaa
thatin tb event 1it .sed hp wII aU 't t wasi blows to split- San Yr ay 14 -T bo ari catchyy. wife wurder. who wa t
take thiS Cseto S the spreme ocit t pl)teiid e'iggs were of directors ef the 0alifornia North ilv. fbaoe hagtged thiisa UiinIg, te 0k
nd aik Ars rthntti ot nt-sota r. westernM Rlar0oad company took the m 4&hi'e saim tine .turii thi algbi
hld k art ha ht. fi Morat a 1t j. Mrl. ftylo kept a smell eoenf(-- Stat *t't1 today toward the .ts noid ir d i 4isdyin..
obablt be flrdwith Ji e R t Iten he ethe frolt a of H te tfroe Wfoma W l ils o M"w4 tw. s noW iad tAe Or.jt of S liJe. IOp lt e i ge for w'tth Cime county to Brel'l': f",tintltw <.oulty. ,r, sr t withl i fteet of MeCahy alt
it thie 5.39_t ,. p'53 .t h:k wcuk..ich sto alut !roy. o ra.-,i- ., n- cn.wozm r rht. arlin' t says ha il s, .aluinl at a
-wi~T +to 14. irtSim 1' 3lI a t,r i I k qw *a ih".e San Fanch e ,4. l%it wlo e toi knw how or when h teok
wI Ibe het1rd bX thitrotut thla t"t Mr" tkte iaett to attac. a trtbe rel' Ptatiroed comany. with a a the detrtts' At I o'cloeN McCarthy
r sa a. deJilon.:will ite l i be tol tilhe tal-i Whether the dar d se tim n w Ooi e" "i> o l ms.ecl or whether (tel uitoa vpany e.ti ltt rdly asioclte. from any bg eo-t. mailer Robert Waiiae was
eAraeldca Id usth I t O la,.#. l w. ai it properly n.sot tse plans ,rNh the southern Pacific ralt- g. h t trar to the. t lee ad eidatp" htla. She ed bin pw t ry s ani SatA F, may bavo for o< MeCatiy of 4datessa l.s he Ught
a'westhl t ae t W sttie! the eplhdoeoeIred. a as been t.ei.t i, Ath. ky snod W fa llae t'otut' im thl B'4 .O.- iS. .. 'a .1 :ld I*9ofe tlhe a ,ne of ti todtisiiuiO p( ton ti a l5ttua, i4. drk the cof ee and
'.7. t ki+e NuT 0 feoto hteth5 the Calif5stta and WMrthwlpteet, Illtt 01* VlOeett cvutslts. Me-
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w OF CHILDREN supreme court, in session' a Tala lS RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES,
I F Vt N hswe find thENfa following whie 1 1 U CORRECTLY WRiTTEN POLICIES
,: Cildren that grow too fast willbe of interest to readers of te wortot LIBERALITY or POLICY CONTRACTS
Sthat em hard s Conderatlon PROMPT PAYMENT ov LOSSES.
agii tme iver and hose atse hardly E. rf. Baird, appellant, vs. Ellsworth
Sto grow at all, both need Trust Company et al., appellees-Ala- We cover these important points and respectfully
SAy a Scott's Emulsion, ohua county. Decree affirmed in part. solicit a share of your business.
1.4AR AO^TERS: l IN TH PA It gives that rich vital Opinion per curiam (Diviesion B) Ev- .1 i i
Ha.. ve +: nourishment .which is the arts Halle and W. C. Jackson, fOr p. i "IFA
t n o f all r^ pellant ; Horatio Davis,lfor appellee.1
Holy Trinity Church Have secret of all healthy growth, pe o asterlin, appelvat, f Grayp
Hard aad Propbo6 to GOve It rounds out the long limbs, AMcDonald, appellees-Alaohua count
lic aS tntertainment Which and helps children to grow ty. Decrees affirmed per curiam, -- Agents for the
i! .ong Remember. without using Up all their without opinion (Division B). Evans
d of Nod whih will be strength in growing. Hale and B. A. Thrasher, for ppelLo k om pany
,which will strength in growing.lant; W. H. Palmer and Robert E.
he opera house Tuesday and Mothers ought to know Davis, for appellees. Gi0L~Oi-2LaLat, 0)2.-o
ay evenings of the coming more about the wonderful 0. B. Easterlin et al., appellants, vs. The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
omises to octrival any enter- help which Scott's Emulsion Gracy & McDonald, appellees-Ala- ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
whlh ihas been given in this w d give their children chua county. ecrees affirmed per from a box to a bank vault, will save money
pin tre paot few yeare It t curiam without opinion (Division B). by consulting us. Call on or address,
quire a column to name te e'll"endyouasamplefreeupon request. B. A. Thrasher and Evans Haile, for HI
th mgifcnt s .. .. pellees. Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORID*
DstlUm nict SCOT OWP Se o ap an. No appearance for ap- ,

4' opens eas bte en tine WHERE TO WORSHIP TODAY. For Over Sixty Years ,L1l ki,, ,,
beautiful little operatta than .., f v c.hurch,. ToPtheMrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
-.-- --.I qx. a ,P.4VIA LJJ ,~ fl. ul*A VVA t& hl o ..II III ,

anything of the kind ever given here. pWith Program of Services. It soothes thle child. softens the gums,
It will be a lng time before any such h c g.ra...a I allays all pains, cures wid colic, and
poeacle will again be presented her The congregation and, .,re is the best remedy fordiarrhoe. Twen,-
lid every child and grown person iII Rev. Those, P. Hay of tl'e First Presby- ty-five cents a battle. Sold by all drug-
ytorin church will be gratifid to learn gists throughout the world,
,the, ity sh uldsee It. Al hough i U a I tIs' w a 1
gl9vez ton the benefit of the proposed f that, after an illness with o a grippe
J1W EHsoopal church, the manage- foir te past two weeks, he is now coni-
mtflt Asks the publlQ to patronize the valescing, and hopes to fill his pulpit
Play U pon Its t. s t, and not because today, both morning and evening. Dr.V O Y LE
It 1 n ourcb people or for the Hay announces as his subject at the
f bbiro Every dollar it morningservice,owhich begins at 10:80,
reie fo 'o ent Every t aonlr wil".tilhe Ministry of the Holy Spirit.", FIRE, BOND and 1
b Justl e b t ard 1bor aid There will be Sinday school at 4 ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Itith. eort o p o th par--o'clock, followed by preaching in the' A In nuA t
evenn7y Reprsenting a0 .er of proinpat
f Everyodotonthe oit a remainsr-' eve nig at 7:80. .Amerlcan end Ebisb conipan
Er l of t At the First Baptist church, Rev. J.
the oaftylnd eI spelt right here .i
4i the ci it, d 1is topwne.t righthe erec 3. Holley, services will be as follows
S f bndomechurch. [Inorported
e.OdreyourItickets early at. Miller & dnece in God." Sanday school .at' Incorporated)
Av ,re ot r Oth ket board Is being rapidly Bl Regular service and preachLng E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Av 1d th" board beinJn the evening at 7:80 o'clock.
.- "ntheoeventlgat uo'clock. b Get an abstract of titleto land before
d Methodist church-There will 'be buying. After paying the purchase
The Wastes fthe Pody. Sunday school at 9:80 a. m. At 10:80 in e t!ere is often noaredress for tax
V ety svey n days the.blood, muscles there will be preaching by Rev. W J. 'J. anu ottgae
at4 bone 0f a man of average sioe Carpenter, the pastor. Subject, "The two poinda of wornout tissue, Local Option Question Fronm a Bible Manhattan Typewer.
hls waste c anot be replenistl d and Standpoint." The Epworth League NOT IN THE TRUST.
the health and strength kept up with- will meet at 4 p. m. At the evening
outt perfeot digestion. When the service, 7:80 p. m., the pastor will DRED-DOLLAR TYP
ltoomach and digestive organs fall to preach on "Young People's Helps and WRITER FOR $60.
perform their fanotlons, the strongth Hindrances to a Sucessful Life." An othy'payseon ataltaht A;,
el downu health ilves way, nd ds invitation is cordially extended to thn responsible prties.e
;SleLto ^D ep teatchers who are In the city. v.\vous bin .,
o.ables thie stomach an Ilgelvive or- 'tcaehere who are in the city. e,. Riubon. fo
asn Ito digest andasslinmlate allofthe Services will be conducted at St.
Wholesome food that may be oaten Patrick's Catholic church, Rev. P J. J. EL ESTATE, DWELLINGS
tot the kind of blood that rebuilds the Lynch, at the usual hours. AND LAND FOR SALE.
t,550 and trot eets thle health and
:itrength of the mind atd body. Ko- At tie North GainesvilleiHall the E, :
',dol" cures Indigestion, dyspepsia and Second Adventists will worship today,
ai stomach troubles. It ia an ideal both morning and evening. Elder lneilUle, Florida.
riing tonic. Sold by Bodiford & 'Mo Johnson ofTampa, one of the ablest
olluum. divines in that denomination, will
MR. BROWN AT HOME. preach. Tho utibject for his sermon at | I *mAti w w 1tyr^ I

Expects to Make His Departure Augus
I, for the Philippine Islands.
Hawthorn, May 16.-Lester Brown
Sil home on a twoemonths furlough.
He has been here about three weeks,
and is still meeting and shaking hand
with some one among his many friends
of Hawthorn and Campvllle, where he
was principally brought up. It Will be
remembered that two years ago Les-
teo enlisted in the Twelfth U. 8Gav-
alry, Third Squadron, I Troop. He
was stationed at Sam Houston Bar-
racks for ten months. The remainder
of the time he hla been at Fort Olark,
Texas. He informs ut that the first
and second squadrons of the Twelfth
Oavalry left San Franoisoo on the first
day of this month for the Phillpplnea.
The third squadron of the Twelfth and
t^he remiaiunin two oquadrons of the
F; ourteenth Cavalry, also the Twelfth
*id Fourtventh Cavalry bands, are to
start front San Franctiso on the first
day of August on route to the Philip-
World Wide Reputation.
White's Creatm Vierilfuge has
achieved a world wide' reputation as
being the, best of all worm destroyers,
and for its tosic influence on weak and
unjirifty children, at it en ald Ity or sourness of the stoinm'uh, imn-
: .... .,. o .pves their digest inm, antd asiifuila-
tion of food., streigthens their nervous
systeIm id restores them to thel
health vigor and elasticily or spirits
nattWral to childhoo.l. 2e at JohnAso
Foul Play Suspected.
Seattle, Wash., May 18.-The tbody
of James Miulvtey a utmember of a
Swealthy and itfluenttal BoTton family.
waal Mootd on the tidh fate today wh!bt
; th td went. out The coroner ax-
*e thin opinion that M Alley ould
i ive fallen Into tHe water timder
j,..sery'. l i dfoMl cinir m ts ces, t : ... **

10:80 this morning will be, Where is
Man Between Death and lesurree-
tion?" At the evening service, begin-
niug at 7:80 o'clock, the subject will
be "The Unpardonable Sin, and What
It Ish."
Spring Ailments.
There la an aching and tired feeling;
the livor, bowels and kidneys become
sluggish and I'active, the digestion
impaited, withlttle or no appetite, no
ambition for anything, and a feeling
that the whole body and, mind neo'ls
toning up The .trouble ia, that dur-
ing wnUter, tore has been an acoumu-
aio-of, waste matter in the system.
Herb itnWill remove it, seoure to the
sere8tions a right exit, and by its tonic
effeoot, fully restore thle wasted tissues
And glove strength ili place of weakness.
boo at Johnson Bros.
New Llne Chartered.
AtliIa, MaY 16.-Secretary of
Stato Phtl Cook has granted a chanrte
to the Ploihiontit Elecrle Rctjiway
comMpany, which proposes to build and
operate sn loetric line about 40 miles
in length from Atlanta through ..Ros-
wvl, in COobb county, Alpharetta, in
Mltt,.p osyth oountj, The capital stock of
the new company will be $S00,000., tAd
the principal otlee< of the company
will be tn Atlanta.

Mli W.l14ox Cheosn Spenser.
Maeon. Ga., *M W 6.-Thonma Ha>M
feifi a mp c(tp o Sois of Confideratet
V"teinMe havos thseit Miss Jennle
Wilcox, -.daug hAr of atptcalu W.
W'"le., a dfstlnIgulsh d confedeerte
soldler, asa posoar to attend New Or.
leana' reuAIob. MIlS Oatherine Orump
will te hr maid of honor. A larte
deletaUton lMVeas Macon for Now Or-
leans on aztt Montday.
Baim Philtipo fProtd.
Moistgomery, Aa.., May 1e-,.ov.wtor
Jelilk baJa plrcie f)ms PllllX, of
P i isU county, eotetslsi of burgltiry
*n *e~~ow lofT ~w. .

R. T. SCHAFER, Prop.

Freah Every Day.
Delivered to Aul Par of City.
i batltaorilon OGurapteed
Speolal attention to Crouses. Minstrels
and other traveUnlt troupes,
aunBais Parties, ete.
P 0. Box Mi l Gaineavlle, Fla

Oflter VeryLow Rates on FollowingDatae
Coloa t ltoke lito CaUfora. Utah. *
Nevad a. **N Mos)oQ. Artaca, Colo-
radt, Orepin, Wanielon. Montanas.
i %dito. Wyomtle' os vWle until Jon* 1.
St. Louis and Return
ON. T'ARE PLUS a CaNTS. On sale
June M-n.1tOOd toresurn uttl Juneo *th
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
Ntteon ~1oattl, et o I. A. R. TXtI '
c UlySA u to-AusIes 93. Ufood
o returti untl Ooto er 1i.
Denver, Col., and Return
o tal. eao .W|Jls 5Jth. t.Ioom tort-
turt until Alulst Silt
Tbroubrb P5t si opla eor 441lb between
^~n U|tIot, ai.Aita. CLMbmwo a,

N.e vits e s S St. otadtrd

River, lio N
FRE MI W. lB t. .P..s



Ms Mvss

Air Line Railway.

SConDULD Er CTI.iD APRIL 12. 1908.

9 BSa 9 00 p 2 10 p
1015 9M54P 0 p
1140 6 11 p 4 20 P
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4 58 p 1 0 .....
265 p 3 0a .......
6 10 1 7 46 a .....
4 14 pl 4 42 a .....
5 11 5 48 a ......
708 p11 20 a .......
7 28 p11 46 a .....
7 45 1 30 .......
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Lv Jacksonvllle...........
+ArFernandina......... .
Ar Brunswick .............
Ar Savannah .............
Ar Fslrftax................
Ar Denmark ..............
Ar Columbia..............
Ar Uamde..............
Ar Hamlet.................
Ar Wilmtngton...........
Ar Bouthern Plnesa.........
Ar Raleigb...............
Ar Portmouth....
Ar lchmond, Va.........
ATr WuhlB ton................
Ar Baltimore..............
A Philadelphia...........
Ar Now York..............

... ............vlle........................ A r 0 5 a
.......... ..... .... Baldwin ....................... 10 1t a
............. .. Waldo ......... 8 0 a
Ar.............Cedar Key................. Lv 6 516 a
Lv................. Silver Sprlngs................ ......
." ............ o o ....... ...... . .. ..
.................. W l ldw ood.................... ......
.................... Orlando ...... .............. .. .
........... .... .... D ade lity ................ .. .....
........ .......... Plant City................... ...
. ............. .Palm etto ., .. ..... ..... ..... ......
......... Manatee....... ......... .......
...... Sarasota ...... .......... ....
Ar................... Tampa .................. Lv .....

I84 66

8456a 750 P
1o 06a 900 p
12 01 p1086 p
I top 1150 a
80Np 144
567p 220a
530p 85 56 a
7 40p 564 a
9 56p 805 a
....... 1206 p
11 18 P 9 36 a
11 5 p 1045 1
8001a 65P
636a 812p
10 o10 a 8 80p
11 2b a 11 2 p
415P 6800

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680-a 43

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Lv Jacksonville ............ ...... 5840
Ar Lake City...... ......... 65$I1
Ar LiveOak......................... 685
Ar Madison........................ 766 I
Ar Monticello .................... 910 pVS
Ar Tallahassee .................... 940V g
Ar Quincy....................... ..
Ar River Junction ............ ......6
Ar Peunsacola.................... .. 1
Ar Mobile.....................
Ar New Orleans............ .....
Lv Jacksonville........ .........
Ar Macon.......... ........ ............8
Atlanta...... ........ .......
Chatanooga ......................
Nashville ..... ............... J...
St Louis .................... ... \.,
Chlcgo............ ...................... .

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except'
Saturdays from Gainesville. :,
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vestl.4
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cate,
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66 Seaboard Mail, day epacheo, mail, baggage and express cars be-
tween Jacisonville and Washing ton, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be.k
tween Jacksonville and New York. ,
No. 66 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and4
intermediate points.and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
Noa, 56 and 57, Pullman aleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MACDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.


T[ Ws lKlx.- S.A.xTNx sr-s
Jacksonrville andcl New York,
Oalling at OHARLESTON, S. 0., both ways.
The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and AUl Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.

Southbound. .;.... .. From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Northbound................. From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

Cly&e St. Johns River Lne
tetwenel JACtaCpNVll.tLi and SANF~-ORrD ,
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Franeis Bereeford (DeLand), and Intermediate
tLanilngsd on St. JOhne River .
Ia appointed to sail as follows:
LeaveW JlekMeoviUle 8'0 p. SnIday, Tuesdays and Thursdays
Learmes Sanford 9 : a. mt. Mnadays, Iedne*ays.and Fridays.
LeSaS"e 4 m SCUEDILE 4,bu '
n .... ....... ... .......... ... rr e
BS itopa......,la........ 8:0
:. l( s .. .... ... .B. t Franti s..)......... 1
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of House Have Wrangle
overuor's Mansionll Bill.
:Several Airondmiri nts Reducing
i .nt, and Bill Fia-lly Postponed
iefinitely--Senator Kirk's Bill Rais-
g Salary ol Gov'rn or.
1lahassee, May I.. tI days go
lie time 0pon0m1itinTdl illn tLr considur-
n o asrf us "r or a private or
l a inttiiic 4:- ca e. a f['IUng t) ,ome
rn thlxatL ,:,2 erst ;.c eral interest
f ect,::: so general w',elfare of
e peopht' may not bo properly cousid-
Ad or enacted into laws. And daily
oomes noru imperative, as has be-
re been alluded to in this corres-
dence, the necessity for the enact-
ent of such general legislation,
pecially as affecting municipalities,
hat will enable the settlement at
ome of opposing factions politically.
J$: An illustration of this is th0 recent
a ke City' fight, and the successful
passage of a bill in the House repeal-
ing or materially remedying the re-
Icently enacted charter for that city.
The faction, however successful in the
.:i.ouse, promptly met its Waterloo in
!the Senate, when Senator Gillen spoke
hbrie Slfly, buw feelingly on his side of the
question and received the unanimous
vote in having the repealing-bill indefi-
niiely postponed.
The special order in the Senate
Wednesday was the consideration of
the pension bill. Thirteen different
pension bills have been introduced this
seuion and it is not unfair to say that
In latge measure and in main princi-
ples the bill'now under consideration
embodies the ideas of the Senator
from Alachua, though it is also fair at
the same time to remark there is glory
enough for all and then always pro-
vided the bill is not further amended
to death. At the Wednesday ses-
sion the Senate adopted the'
substitute proposed by Senator
Williams to the House committee bill
but amendments to this substitute
came thick and fast and all amend-
ments were backed by the best ora-
torical ability of the Senators propos-
ing them. Senator McCreary, after a
strong debate, managed by a vote of 14
to 18 to have adopted the amendment
entitling to pensions widows who mar-
ried Confederate soldiers prior to 1885.
Finally, as there was a break in the
flow of amendments, a motion was
made and carried, that the bill as
amended be ordered printed, and that
its further consideration be postponed
until Friday morning at 11 o'clook,
when it is to be the special order.
The crushing defeat of the Tison bill
in the House Wednesday by a vote of
46 to 13 is indication of the general
feeling that there will be no material
K change in the laws governing the sale
of whiskies, wine and beer. The Tieon
bill provided for a return to the old
Manner of securing petitions for 11-
F.. cense, publication ( names of signers,
Witnesses, etc. Partly for the same
S reason, or one of the reasons of the de-
feat of the measure, there will doubt-
less be no compulsory poll tax bill
passed, Partly as a joke, but with
some serious consideration behind the
S joke. Senator Harris moved to amend
the title of the latter bill so as to read,
"A bill to be entitled an LOt to tn-
crease the Republican vote in Flor-
ida." That there is a fear of a very
large-sized "nigger in the wood pile"
this sesion there can be no doubt.

No report has yet been made .by the
judiciary committee on the Wailes-
SBaird claim, now estimated at *lightly
over $170,000, nor is such a report like-
I: ly to be made for some days yet. It
|.canr be pdicted with a fair degree of
certainty that a report will be presnt,-
ed considerably cutting down these
figures. It can also be stated that the
r members of both houses will be very
prone to accept the f-ndinip of te
Committee, who are investigating aU
phases of the ease with moet careftul
attention to detail.
The Governor's mansion bill received
some very severe knock-out blowi Is
the House Wednesday morning from.
Swhieb it seems very doubtful If theme
i en be any recovery. In the eouwadeods
tioo of the S.Ate bill Sapropiattang
086,000 for thisporpone an eAteadmnet
redtasing the asmont to Iewf tft
Iand a fnrtheb sameadumeet es^aei|l
*h t to $1s otaIneI was a4eptd

The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the

yet given np tll hope.
Very shortly after the House killed
the (iOvernor's mansiioumibili Wednesday
morning Sciieator Kirk introduced in
the Senate a bill increasing the salary
of the Governor to $5,000 per annium
and succeeded, tinder a waiver of the
rules, in having the bill, placed on its
second reading. The Senator in an
able spwe troduction of the bill., citing the action
of Whe House and claiming that a suffi-
cient salary should be paid the Gover-
nor toenable him to live in that dig-
nity incumbent upon the chief execu-
tive of Florida. The Senator being
interrupted on a question of con-
stituttonal provision by the Senator
from Hillsborough, proved himself
something of a student of the consta-
tution of his State and secured the ad-
mission from the prominent Tam-
pa attorney that he was in error.
An effort to place the bill on its third
reading through a further waiver of
of the rules was unsuccessful and the
bill, which promises to provoke severe
discussion in the future, Is now on the
calendar among "Bills on Third Read*
The social event of the season was,
the Govertnor's reception on Tuesday'
evening. From 8.:80 to 11:30 the Gov!-
ernor and Mrs. Jennings, assisted by a
number of Tallahassee's charming Ia-
dies, received the cabinet officers, the
members of the Legislature and a large
number of visitors to the capital city'
third house and otherwise. The fun o.
tion was a most enjoyable one.
By a Persistent Cough, but Perma*
nently Cured by Chamrberlain'l s
Cough Remedy.
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
in Greenirlle, 8. 0., had been troubled
for four or five years wIth a conatina
ous cough which he says, "'gima*4
alarmed me eaussing me to fear th
was in tha first stage of ooasumptl
Mr. Surbage. bftaug seen Ohamlber-
lai*n' ot- ,eed advertised, co.4
eluded to t oIt. oW read whi she
says of it: o felt a remarkable
han~e and after siiog. two bottle, of
the twenty-flve cent elsxe, was perna-
nently ored." Sold byall.drug
anda mediineoomp.nie.

Two Deal f'rom ImbibIng Whisky Col-
tah.ninl ConcentiFd ye ..
Ad4si r. Wash Turne atid tvu'it pt"-
dty are dead and: Joh, .pivey ena
..s ba rul t or haetig imlbibed
top of ue ucshla, whisky tha6
haU& beei ditL Ied In the mnuotatin6 of
tia a or.droim r county, *~t *

ahe of the :whisky iailt
t Ire baI bees ElMie witb th
lo te- the . "e. : ; .**:' :
O.sestrous W isks
Garelissnas is resjsmelble for maxy
a railway wrek and the aae a0"o.
are tnaklia hdssn wreeks f ealfoww
from Throat and Loeb 0To.Mi B't
5In iIth adiIt of .Dr Kias.Ne
id. ,.^^*^ t. I qi

-. wJUNMi "

itumDiarrhoea., y ntrynd the Bowiel Troub*l*eo*f
AidN eunllli euatathe iowls, Itrethans the n ChI An1
.NGEA *upf Iruptions and eo, oO ives and Thrush. 07o
and, revnt Worms TEMTHINA Oountrots *nd Overoonoes the tfets of i
gummer'i hea uoi Taothn gChildren, *ndost only *5 cents at rugglsts, or
maill 2 eents to P. J. MOFFKTT. M. 0.. t. Loul. Mo.


TrIDo m)St <"pina nd Sutnrnor
Moclicine for BPaites (M Children.
Sprint Sld Futnier obrin )g gravo daingr t'r o InhltH i' ltn chiliironr.
Thousmnds of little, i01os die ao ibowel troublili hbrouight im by eitini
Ultrirv fruits, .v., 'tables, etc. eriousl rm'ilt- often f hllw i st light
derangement of the dl gesotive organs, Ithby EBnab i thy t itOwit, ot. ,ot
effective ond tK m etn lielii for all a tutoieh and hlbowvl troubllm of
babils and chllildrr. lueasant in taiit--childrel like it.

Ifyouir druigg (t.lamn't it, wrlt* t th< matofOlttlrr,
.'5.,:ab,, 1 Me /, KJBS GOLO rRING ofe,,






Alacita County

B. R. COL.)SON, Ma ag0I,

The Iqu stle 'i F, ... -
ir l ; ,to ~ i.i t he I l .
hi tit t si...

son aiact o~ IuTi.e

A nd all matters coll'err.-
ligI th
  • aitneled talx cortilleatent
    a toleded to promptly.


    New lDesignu In All ises.

    A Full ANaorlmet, lita lulildlu
    lls Latest Patterns.

    FREEZERS, and All
    Spring and Summer
    $peclat( U, .

    tU NE YiIit. FII DA

    Oainesville Machine Works
    Cal tiirn alid strulghtn, whole I l gtht
    of haftlng liai d il tl'-OCIttiUng
    up to 12 cPohsi.

    P. H. WESTGAARD, Prop. and Itg.
    j[sl..,\ I u !.. r, I' .-. I'. WVVKw1'n'rlil, ,Mil : '

    MNisl ti'qtUret toft
    (4 ompre;sed)

    'r .s rwise wli y iOpt dfl etous.. ,) 1 , t.utlv #'of a lk i y
    of.t (t*Ierwlm will rooiitv'. t B< o uro l.n tS*eS
    j1810 "~(H ljiL xi~ r >t0h.C woo *.'.'*'

    KO DAK S and


    N .f
    J ot r.*'eiv.d ii a ortmensn Zist.
    Otit, Kuslnhk. Flt tan aid ot'.r wnpplItt.
    l-Piv.,e l,,l9& Hri lit rU'. tthl i oM.

    H-. W". Vr"aiti,
    12! W, MaIn.T' N .

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    (or liUt*1 lh l ft ii sill i
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    atft fu~wtriitas h esieWe 4f
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    s1e g $evtabrarf zmorniw *
    ,llmn 4. r4 p eurrier de'be rtyMn

    *vStm ea4 5 04t uon ot each ad-

    I ted ectrs. Parties not known eto
    M irA)be required to pay for advertisng ino ad-
    4d^ak- *i tEAItaLYM StpUN <'
    OteAUt#*YUL, WftA,
    4t awayB ~best to wait for the evi-
    ore psg judmont. When

    S !d g tlemen, It ls better tobe, Todaty t is s eerbody else's
    boy or girl, Tomorrow Itd 0tay be ours.
    STday the mo t influential factors in
    *01t1 lif0e arel the omen of fifty and
    ,bi' bhey *are not always the lead
    Xei.B eiv poe.r s / dan1

    he pke geanisord whowtt a : ream mt otb
    poses id' ahee. o e Itin
    e i llioibut, l ieo duh e tsler' first

    )!Ye adSvertisemen the stage atrw

    the heglttheofr ot. he arte he stillown to

    you g woman, and has repeatedly ro-
    reused fortlunes to ey foredvr to it.

    Women have ivaded many lines of
    employiJ'en hitherto thoug.the exl-
    siVy m ortlie There are shown young
    Oi Ye -odtyt .0141soe y shTe's

    theo last ensum report 1 *0 women
    plomsrers, 45 pasterer, f167 bricklay n
    ets Mal stonemasons, 241 paporhang-
    wspl,7?59 painters aid 545 arpenters.
    he greatest da yver b for th lead
    p'iodu i oft. power is that bu whichng
    atlSpler F ,m the shet, thver
    XItKr of graito, 1,80()) f'et long and i13l
    et high. Ten steel tubos having a
    diaeOteroftwelvo feet willlead watikr.
    Wto (i1m1h turbines, each coupled to am
    ive -thousand hore power gn herator.
    The ot will be $2,000, e
    With the obJect of obtaintng speri-
    meni ofelghty .dileet sar oken n tll a
    Unite tate, and harofesor Seripture, of
    Y'?ale JiIniversity, is to during th country
    In k speolAl railway carriage fitted'withi
    phenognsphi a apparatus lie will Viit,
    the i Imian tribes Hrit, mand afterward
    ie poorer white peoplerto thouge oluth
    Ti|v|yimaseullne; there are ihown S n
    ohe twlohts drendu i report 12f women

    iing apple trees, prodolIg annuallay-
    ido00,t0 bushels of 241apples, papIrhtn good
    orop years we export t 8,000,000 bushels
    of apples and power a tt home twobuilding
    bushels annuallyt, for every adltng and 0
    hild itg the country tubhese havingre the
    tgurenh turbine o efroch oupld gto n

    The necessity for eat quantites.
    f.timbr of t very airad tieso empo ha in the
    Sthe adtvisabilty of pretserving th country

    |eitwo t has been ascdrrtained Iion fruit-beart one
    i0 of the buf0hel of appmiles of in good

    i~i? Itime United states requIres 400 ties

    ':per year. It take. fifty year to grow
    *im tree that will make three ties and
    ar dlntarlly irqutires 25 aeries to furujish

    During the last sevin years the pop.
    Utalton of Europe has risen in round
    smtlnmberd frol 2Xe.tX),lcx) to 4(K),00X0-
    "000-; that of Asian and Afrioa has
    problaby increased a little more slow-
    'Ily; that of Anteri- has become more
    ~t :three and a half tines as great as
    .itwa in l180. Altogether the world's
    i0Iopulilaon :is now about I,tkOt,0(XX),

    -... laltanan Purohase which
    6 '4Tl 8am paid $1I,00X)O,.X for, added
    i U. fourteen states atnd Ter-
    k! iunsap Missoturi. Iowa,
    |.. a lO "* and ienmth Dakota,

    MH i~i Ow erstr.i

    Spiator Newlanda of Nevada an-
    u0ounces that he will rlvbew his efforts
    to have Congress extepd a formal in-
    vitatiost to Cuba to beeojne a par' of
    the United States. '
    . Senator NewJeinds wlll ake de
    itrmnined effort to, seearule the, approval
    by hil colleagues of his resolution
    looking to annexation, and will, when
    the Cuban question goes before Con-
    gress at the extra session,.seek to have
    it added to such a bill or Joint resolqu-
    'tion as may be adopted for the pur-
    pose of making effective the provisions
    of the Cubani reciprocity treaty.
    A good: many people throughout the
    country seem inclined to the belief
    that any talk of annexation on the
    part of thb people of the United States,
    or of their representatives in Congress,'
    will be resented by the Cubans. Sen-
    ator i ewlands disagrees w-.-wi them.
    In'stad of the offer being in the na-
    ture of an insult or affront, Senator
    Newlandi believes the Cubans should
    look upon it as a compliment and,
    further, he believes that they will so
    regard -it. There is.nothing in his
    proposition to give offense. His theory
    is that the annexation of Cuba tu the
    United States is inevitable and that
    the feeling of the Cuban people would
    be hurt very much less by a magnani-
    mouin offer from the stronger govern-
    ment than by being forced at some
    time in the future to come begging
    for admission.
    6 It may be that the Cuban people
    will not care to avail themselves of
    this offer at this time. That is their
    privilege. So long as, conditions in
    the islands are peaceful and neither
    the health of the United States nor the
    interests of her citizens are menaced,
    there will be no possible excuse for
    this government infringing in any wap
    upon the independence of the repub-
    lic. Even the most ardent annexation-
    ist does not contemplate the use of
    force. All men, however, consider it
    probable that the time will come, per-
    liaps not in the far future, when the
    Cubans will regard it to their advan-
    tage to come into the American union,
    where they properly belong, and the
    way for this step will be made easier
    by some such standing offer as is con-
    talied in the Newlands resolution.--
    A Runaway Bicycle
    Terminated with an ugly cut on the
    leg of J. 11, Ornor, Franklin Grove, Ill.
    Itleveloped to a stubborn ulcer un-
    yielding tt) doctors arid remedies for
    rour years. Then. Blucklhn's Arnica
    Salv' e red, t's Just iasgood for BIurns,
    8calda, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25.c,
    at all tirug stores.
    Arkansas Man Had Been Warned to
    Leave Town.
    Wilson, N. C., May 16.--Thursday
    morning T. P. Jones, of Arkansas, was
    shot by one of t party of mon who had
    entered his rodm. receiving a wound,
    from the effoetc of which he died -a
    few hours later,
    One of the attAeking party was shot
    nla the shoulder. As a result of the
    tragedy eorie Whitley, 0ld Ward,
    Sam Wtts, 111Bill rnes, J. B. hIvWr,
    lJwroaoe Morgsan,, loh Allen, John
    Pittxman- W. P. Groos, W. H. Rioa
    and Thomas Bass are now in Jail
    awatttig a preliminary hearing.
    It appears that Jones' manner of
    living wai objectionsahble to some and
    ho was warned to leave town. Ina-.
    stead of doin so, he went before a
    m aliatrate and *wore out a warrant
    against Whitlty, who was thereupon
    required to llve bond to keep the
    peace. . -
    Fire Destroys Cathedral.
    Denver, Otlo., May 16.-8t. John's
    cathedral. te most pretentious
    church buildnla belonirlng to the Pro-

    teAtant i.t|copsal church in Denver.
    was destroyed by fire. believed to be
    of incendiary origin early this morn-
    ing. The loss t plated at $100,000.
    tiseurance amoUntmng to S80.00, The
    building was -erected In 1881. and Is
    .aid to haVe cost 4160.000.
    State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
    Lucas County.
    Frank J. Oheney umikes oath that li he
    is senior partner of the firm. of F. J.
    Clheney & Co., doing business in theo
    City of Toledo, County jnd State afore-
    said, and that said firm wil piy One
    Hundrld, Dollars for each and eery
    ease of CVatarh that eatmot be outed
    by the use of mawl's Crt-arrh Core
    Sworn to beIfore mile anid sauiril e
    in ml presri e-, thil tittih day of Do-
    ttlber, A:. l). l M .
    ...-- *wA. (umWas A. G
    I ei/, [ ~Notarry ublo.,
    Hall'* Oatarrh Oure is take n ttwa'
    i wallumld -t dirO on .,e boods a.

    A. a result of the report,of Inspec.
    tor Conger on the case of Allwood,
    the negro mail carrier In Tennessee,
    Postmaster General Payne will likely
    abolish the route.
    Rev. R. J. Campbell, pastor of the
    City Temple in London, caused a sen-
    mation by announcing to his congre-
    g.t1on- that- he proposed to resist pay-
    ing taxes imposed by the new educa-
    tion bill.
    For the first time In years German
    vwarrhips have entered the port of
    Brest, France. The squadron, which
    was commanded by Prince Henry, sa&
    luted the French forts.
    District Attorney Marion Erwin, of
    Georgia, is in Washington looking af-
    ter the Qarter-Oreene-awynor case. Offi-
    cials believe that Oarter, Greene and
    Gaynor ate still interested in many
    harbor contracts.
    A man believed to be A. 0. Watson,
    Jr., of St. Joseph, La., has committed
    suicide by shooting in a lodging house
    at St. Louie. He was well dressed,
    and his clothing bore the trade mark
    of New Orleans establishments. No
    cause is asaggned for the deed.
    The Petit Journale of Paris this
    morning sAys that Emma Oalve, who
    ls now singing ,n "The Damnation of
    Faust," aocldentally poisoned herself
    last niglit by taking an overdose of
    aconite as. a preventative of the grip.
    A Melbourne dispatch says Premier
    Irvine announced In the legislative as-
    sentOly today that he had received -a
    letter from the officials of the En
    glie oDiiversa association declaring the
    6triIle off and submitting uncondi-
    t i(nally,
    A dispatch from Melilla, Morocco,
    says the sultan's envoys who are
    charged with a pacifteatory mission
    to the rebels have arrived there with
    $lU;0). 'The rebel chiefs, it is added,
    Inave chosen a new- pretenden- named
    flubel Kader Hlie I a Moor of good
    T'ihe conductors( an motormen em-
    ployed bY the C06nectcut Railway and
    Lighting comp1sy at Bridgeport,
    Conn,, this noii Ong went on strtko,
    tying up all tlie Uila in the olty. The
    companies offered at slight Increae in
    wages but refused recogpnlma of the
    union. About 9 6 men a eout.


    of the Bloodi
    Cause many trodibles,-pimples, boils
    and other eruptions, besides loss of
    appetite, that tired feeling, fits of bil-
    iousness, indigestion and hadache.
    The sooner one gets rid of them the
    better, and the way to get rid of them
    and to build up the system that has
    suffered from theot s to take

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    Forming in combination the most
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    as shown by unequaled, radical and
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    Aorofula Slet Rheum
    Psoriastls Blls, Pimpleos
    All kinds of Humor RIhumatlsm
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    CAptatn S. D. Bradwell, formerly
    state school comismlsoner of Georgia,
    Is dying in Florida.
    Official estimates place the number
    of Olrtistian victims at. Monastif aid
    In the sirrounduig cOuntry at 7S..
    The people of Sydney, C. B., will
    reJect Carnegie'sgift of a Hbrary be-
    cauae of the latter's sneer at the iron
    Industry of the province.
    At S"mi Francisco Presildent Roose,
    velt took part in the dedication of a
    moniomeni to commemorate Dewey's
    victory t n-.Manila bay.

    chronicc S. ore i

    Eating Ulcers, "
    Nothing is a source of sop much trouble aml an old re or1lr.
    lry when located upon the lower e'wtremities eekt
    and sluggish. A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the leg is a fright i
    and as the poiso a burrows deeper and deeper into the tissue beneatih4
    sore continues to spread, one can almost see the flesh melting away a4 ,
    the strength going out with the sickening discharges. Great ruin
    and deep offensive ulcers .often develop from .a simple boil, swollen
    bruise or pimple, and are a threatening danger always, because, wfil. e
    such sores are not cancerous, a great many are, and this should tmakleyO
    suspicious of all chronic, slow-healing ulcers and sores, particularly if a
    cer runs in your family. Face sores are common and cause the i
    annoyance because they are so per-
    sistent and unsightly and detract so SORES ON BOTH ANCli :
    much from one's personal appearance. Gestlemen: About t e
    Middle aged and old people and mall soo* come on each o *ttJl
    those whose blood is contaminated and Dewgot into the plaoS And t
    tainted with the germs and poison of. red intensely for nearly s
    malaria or some previous sickness, are I had spent more than 55000
    the chief sufferers from chronic sores lIng to woeltla -i when. .
    and ulcers. While the blood remains in er. I began to take it and -
    an unhealthy, polluted condition heal. courted. Sy llmbe hi v beore ev
    ing is impossible, and the sore will sore or given sany pin& at
    continue to grow and spread in spite of to a rest nany, people, and ss noW
    washes and salves or any superficial or itiing it to my nlne-year-eld mea t's
    surface treatment, for the sore is but mosems. During my leon loesnet a '
    the outward sign of some constitu- we ivi near~ emXphis, t ex n b ,
    have neioe zomoved to Kansas.,
    ional disorder, a bad condition of and am now residln iat o. at 1
    the blood and system which local a& Sisteenth1 Street.
    remedies cannot cure. A blood purifier xa O ,tt, A U.3tl. .**,
    -and tonic is what you need. Some-
    thing to cleanse the blood, restore its lost roperttes, quicken the clital -.-
    tion and invigorate the constitution, and 8. 8. 18l Just such a remedy.
    8. 8. 8. reaches these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes
    the very root of the trouble and counteracts and removes from the blood
    the impurities and poisons, and gradually builds up the entire system a,_4
    strengthens the sluggish circulation, and when the blood has been purified '
    Sand the system. purged of all morbid, '
    unhealthy matter the healing process
    begins, and the ulcer or sore is aos.
    eatire1 gone.
    S. contains no mineral or poison-
    ous drugs of any description, but is 18 l.
    ..i. tonic cobine anteed a purely vegetable remedy, a. blood
    purifier and tonic combined and a(sae and permanent cure for chronic so
    and ulcers. If you have a slow-healing sore of any kind, external or interl
    write us about it, and our physicians will advise you without charge. c c
    on The Blood and Its Diseases" free.
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    l, iReach Over Half a Million
    :'ollars in Three Sections.

    fPirtt Carload Will be Shipped From
    O'i cala, and on Advance Sale Brought
    $1,200--Grown by a Colored Trucker
    Near Ocala.
    O. M. Woodward, State agent for the
    rm:" our Car Lines, and R. L. McKins-
    Stry, traveling solicitor for the C. F. X.
    refrigerator cars, were in the city yes-
    In summing up the cantaloupe eit-
    nation in the territory-between Gaines-
    ville and Ocala Mr. McKinstry, who is
    S well posted, states the acreage, exclu-
    sive of the Gainesville section, on the
    Atlantic Coast Line, is 1,000 acres,
    which will require 200 refrigerator cars
    i to transport the crop.
    The distinction of shipping the first
    carload of cantaloupes of the season
    will belong to a colored trucker, J. D.
    MeDuffy, who will load a car of 400
    rates on the 19th, and it will be billed
    from Ocala on the following day. This
    e car has already been sold, and will
    j bring $1,200 fo. b. Ocala. This en-
    Ki terprising grower owns an extensive
    farm near Ocala, and is regarded as one
    of the safest and most successful truck-
    era in the State.
    Mr. Woodward states that in the
    territory between Anthony and Wild-
    wood on the Seaboard Air Line, which.
    territory the Armour Line controls,
    there are about 1,700 acres in canta-
    loupes, which will require the service
    of 250 cars. The season in this section
    will not open until about June 1, when
    Mr. Woodward expects to load the
    flrstcar at Oxford,
    The acreage in what is known as the
    Gainesville section is about 750. re-
    quiring 150 cars. It is understood
    that this acreage will be controlled
    by the Gainesville Melon Growers'
    "This movement will be repaid when
    the season does open, however," re-
    marked Mr. *oodward,"and we expect
    1 "move the entire crop within a few.
    I!:i' .weeks."
    It will be readily seen that the can-
    taloupe crop in these sections means a
    .' big thing financially. Estimating the
    average car at $,90J, the aggregate value
    of the output will be $105, 000, or nearly
    a half million dollars.
    Too Great a Risk.
    S In almost every neighborhood some-
    one has died from an attack of colic or
    cholera morbus, often before medicine
    could be procured or a physician wam-
    moned. A reliable remedy for these
    diseases should be kept at hand. The
    risk is too great for any one to take.
    Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
    Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly
    saved the lives of more people and re-
    I4: lieved more pain and suffering than
    1 any other medicine in use. It can al-
    ways be depended upon. For sale by
    Small druggists and medicine companies.
    t Wives of Railroad Men Help.
    SMobile, Ala., May ifi.-A special
    fimrom Jackaon, Tenn., says that the
    .' lves of railroad men nave come to
    S:thel aaslstance of the Mobile and Ohio
    1 company during the strike of the trala*i
    men and switchmen; that Mrs. 1. Eg
    Jonliea baa been auisiLtng her husband
    : baggagemaster and Mrs. Lancaster
    ^ 'has made several trips with her huas
    1bao4, who wears the conductor's cap
    Like an old timer. Both Mrs. Jones
    B and Mrs. Lancaster are prominent in
    [ .o1ety. ik__
    Not a Sick Day Since.

    .was taken very sick w th kidney
    trouble. I tried all eort of medivinw.
    aione of which relievtl me.: oe day I
    w an ad. of your ElWetrie Bittern and
    determined to try that. After taking a
    ,tew doses I fet 4 rlieved_.s and so
    veafter waiii ntiely roared, and iaie'
    ot een a sick day sioe. Neighbor of
    ne have' been curedof Rheumtal ,
    eunlgia, Liver and Muey trmoebl
    d neral Debility." This is what Rt
    S Bal of Fremont, N. C.. written ,
    ly WeS at all-d ruggists
    Cotton ai ptnnov' r'euk otlms.
    Charlotte. N C.. Mstay ,6,--Thb.elti
    Sotto paneArs' Asn oeeatia ti
    lai heard &an a4ress by I J.
    Ohb. o theW pant b d labra
    a1 the United deptWtma

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    Mysterious Affair Occurs In Rar.iona
    i"tuse in that Cty.
    Fl Paso, Tex., May lG.-George M.
    Peterson a-nd Mtrs, E. M. Fairchild
    were shot and killed here this morn.
    'ing in the Raiona House. The ho-
    tel keeper, awakened by -a rapping on
    his door, found Peterson in the ball,
    who said he had been shot by Mrsa
    Fairchild and that she had also shot
    The proprietor went to call asssa-
    tacce' 'and while he. was gone three
    shots were fired, When hle came back
    both were dead. The woman was
    lying on a bed in a pool of blood. Mrs.
    Fair(hildse' husband Is a traveling
    salesman. Pete-son came here a
    short time ago. The cause of the
    shooting is unknown. The evidence'
    Indicates that Peterson did the shoot.
    Ing. HiA father is a wealthy com-
    mission merchant at Amherst, WIs.
    Mrs. Fairchild was registered from

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    The Florida

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    Men We W toTalk To.
    II:' believe, thh t m, n i fai 'i/e 'rl/ (a '/a lothinig/ ,lr ..
    -if e 'er/ (ntH in (Gh ,, .,/ kA-ie f/i" eositiN ? .fe'- t // c e-. i he t
    cvrcy man/ l n lach te'tk wfe wit / / -/ish / urf/'I / 'tli0 1 t oIn I tI .his 01 lthis,
    weck's a(rgetiw tf t-is d4.,,, t(d


    Buying the boet is the oesence
    of true economy. Good clothing
    Is cheaper thlin poor clothing-iio ,
    T)matter what the respective prices
    may hl. 4

    'e sell the best cloth/iI fthatt
    the pri. c( sr' fI/ u/tA-aun t Xcel.-
    (tet' mS for for C ithc"r bUtsiness or
    dri-ss we(tcr caI t b, boag/ht for the
    1mldet sunt ,vf $12.(X), rand/ It l/I
    ouit'tr (Pi g,/ two tifa htAt ordi- 4
    inary/ to''( w// for aInitt (ft Isa me
    mto y --. (414fr/ it fu ll retain it
    shf 1fpellfs flo/ (4ff'er thf a/ve zru llcl
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    4 the uiteria.iih Fridayh
    Spossibe, b ter -a

    fo Orneo The % timklra:rs"
    aIty thdroyghly i3to per n

    0,I, ad tihe fo that,
    1 lg tats,. thri teacher
    SaNinee hsd thoughtM c

    ali .tan t heit: rWe01. thibut
    eo. that wodrfulfspto teach

    |g rs Oharder 'tolearn than that
    lotwpolsitlon, :and i god workd

    ^il^P^ bten Mc~iiy Mam Mrs.
    oyllu ea*WOre her store clothes
    ^""' j missed that wonderful speech
    ; he made before. He deolared
    he y Stood onp the Buni on theg
    q| ", with "Deestrick Sltule" ges-
    |jr yvas harder to learn than that
    "" QietSide Inslde" speech.
    l1 poembrouk in time to read his
    ~5t' !omtnposlition, and Mark ooding .
    S" sio had enough water yet. e-
    W lr. A lnto M thK peoptry al Mrs.
    tley*iisy kle, wore her store clothes

    i4 de ute an impre on tti he
    oneu Sheand the Dcommitteemren,
    P Hyde-and Vidal, added much
    gupe gtathe nores. of ekule."r
    Skl'W"y those "skollArs" ate at wr-
    l wl enough t make a dyspeptio
    Sw'as living.! To the people In
    looked like there wr plety
    Blddy Honeyuokle (Dr. .H. AlBuddy
    n) go he worst oe everything,

    77'-'s) pro tio tit. It is .dubtfu
    itTthe e any "deetrik stan" over
    h i qch er goohd Sissy' ad Budidy
    Hoheyosukle as Mrs. MoOolluw and

    The ioting time ai esse ein ingthat
    aade everybody laugh with her, but
    bstnger w ofinthe eenlng wa duty. Mr.
    |~eo3 sO dnmasteron of the villain g
    STh' kolars,"were convd th ied with
    Itughier an he rushed up and down the
    saeta beating time and seeing that
    oh singer wasti doing full duty. Mr.
    kiriesong's coneptio of helr village
    sk4l)omaster oould not be expelled*

    Stevens, ng PhRoboer, n Finley .and
    WiWliam D lobertson played hookey.n
    The "sllears" miy ed that the h
    'Mlna Sanders road a mostlO intoreat-
    in|g'ompottition on "The Plea."
    A mcong the'new "skohtlrs'd were Mr.
    ;'Oi ldwin, Mr. Robert MoOlellan and
    Mrt; Walter Colfy. Nosegay, Mr.
    : William Dicksoin, took his part and
    SwhitpptIng well.
    S Orvllle Bailey says that the teacher
    Shipped too hard. Orvilo got ittp so,
    moh mtischief that he deserved it.
    1 rLittle imma rtobortao, and .al Ue
    Owen wade good speechos, and Day'
    ; dwad.i and Walter Ooffeys wer,

    speech with H great effort. We agre
    ', with Mrs. Honeysuckle that "hit
    oy was certainly aflhUted."
    Miss IEthel Molivaine, Miss AAnoie
    eBoarratf, Mi-s Mary Phifter, and all the
    H 'skollar," did well.
    ^(, .Altogether it was one of the most
    .,.:" onja"yatle eiatrntritiinmenlt ever given
    here, and Miss Battaile, who ex-*
    S presod so nmuch satisfaction at meet-
    i, Ing all of her old "skoll.ra" again, is
    to )e conrtulgateld upon tile slieeoes

    ; of the even lng.
    Ohildron in Peril.,
    SBorne of the most anxious hours of a
    'mother's life are those when the little
    oe ii havo t.he group Foley's HonJey
    ad i atr is a safe and efftotive remeldy
    that never tails. "My boy would have
    di" from m blttmllhranoous croOtp if it had
    -- esa -for-Foe -'a Hoey ad '~~y T'ar'"
    Wi teM 0. W.Lynoh lof Winhclster, Ind.
    S8 by4 W. 0, Vallaeo' d rug store,
    ... .: .ip atd'e <-leaded Parade.
    Emhtybl aS -, ay HV -VMIH
    i:rntikiut the rloosno.i II td I, ,t, <'ei8 rat.
    ^'oeuniOwa* aa very rveisti,, rainii 'i
    sicelne on the. stage of (th,' "i''ra 't"hot1'.
    itanay tho(ftandsa.*,a-t pto>l\e witulOs)sed
    Svery haidioOe oral parade give
    StDpI.Mtur ytj, t-the veterans. A
    h Weea t 0he. 1 )Apitne, al theril
    t the 'proCsasion of "Ornera
    ^^9*et bodY servanlt l iadlby
    t thoe gererls rodo

    No Abatment In Excitement Marking
    .Current Wook.
    "l ew York, May 16--No general
    abatement In the excitement which has
    wiade the current week one of the
    most notable in the history of cotton
    was apparent in any of the three gzea*t
    trkcets' this, morning.
    Q~ the local exchange al& was rush
    tand. confusion, from the spectators in
    the gallery to the crush at the ring.
    IAt the opening there was an enormnout
    volume of Il-judatlon, prices starl'ng
    $ points hi gber. to 8 points lvwper with
    belated 4hofrts furn'shing the chief de(
    .nitAd. k. urope andl spot hou.cs were
    very ,heavy sellers, however, and the
    prices showed, ncrea~ing oasinvss; but
    the market later ral!d uon New Or-
    leons demand,. After starting- a stralo
    center than erpected, LIverpool at. thy '
    hour of the local opening wJ) ahit,,
    6 points higher ohl the mrar sU:,ZiLh,;.
    Spot cotton then continued in activ*
    dEtrnand at an advance of 6 points.
    The strength at IUverpool Is attributed
    . tho e spot altituation there, where it
    Is alid July shorts, in New York are
    preparing to secure actual cotton.
    Amerlcans Storm Stage of Libertad
    Theater at Manila.
    Manila, May 16.-A party of Amen-
    cha stormed the otago of the LUbortad
    theater last night and Btopped a sedl-
    tius play. The piece, which is his-
    tortcal, has a climax In which the
    heroine throws the Amerlcan. flag to
    the ground and ralsea the standard of
    the Ka.ttpunan secret sclety.
    When this scene was reached a
    score of Americans sprang on the
    stage, routed the actors and amnahed
    the trrniture. The audience fled.
    Colonel Tolentino, a former insur-
    gmIt, who wrote the play, probably will
    be prosecuted.
    Answers Last Call.
    West Point, Ga., May 16.-Judge J.
    .i, Nolan, a prominent Troup county
    (oltien, died here Wedn'esday night
    aod was burled the following day.
    Judge Nolan had been in feeble health
    for several years. He was an ex-
    coufederate soldier, having fought
    .bravely during the civil war.
    etad4rd b il Declares Dividend,
    YNw York, may 16.--The. Subtard
    o01X .cmpw!y, of New Jersey hms de-
    el a dlvidend for the quarter of
    07 per tiar. For the coiTepood
    qu*tor of lst year the divldedI de-
    elated wa~ $10.
    atglMh Maanneas.
    An English Innkeeper was tound in
    bed one morning with bhis throat badly
    cut, "Why did you do it?" they asked.
    Ho replied: "For amusement I had
    nothing else to do."
    This chimes In curiously with an old
    Frencth epigram on English manners
    and customs:
    Hero Itle I r John Plompoudlna of the
    Who hunk himself ons morning tor a

    A ltw rru.r
    A very small boy was watching his
    mother s w wtalebones In her dress
    bWhat are they, ma P' be asked.
    "Bones." she replied.
    "Whose?" continued the little fellow.
    "Mine* be answered
    Hl regared her a minute In amas~
    m at atd then asked solemnly, "Row
    di8 you get 'emi oIti
    554' .is Mim) Qh wtt..

    kind of Wixed. up in hav ,a with so
    many Mrsqa Browns about
    Mr. Brown--Oh, no- 1 calculate not.
    You soee now, they're all dI0t etat
    shades of Broswn.-IAte.
    WhA Sai e.l
    *Aym.' I cobalder My life a tahTuOw*
    "Oh, enry how satt Wby thoutild

    "KI Siad all my time making money
    enough to by too4 and clothes, but
    the food disagree with me, a d my
    clothes don't it"
    Jerry-la the wrlid getting better?
    Jack-It's gettlag wther. I .have. a
    awful time tryt1 to borrow money.-.
    Detratfft reet Press .
    i'Don't pretetd." People will cate
    you at it aini thinhs less -of-youu, and
    they think little enough of you now.--
    Atchison o -. _
    A Physictan Halted.
    Dr. Geo. Ewing, aprtactiolng physlcan
    of Smith's Orove, Ky., for, over thirty
    years, writes his. personal O experience
    with Foley's Kidney Cure: "Foryears
    I had twben gatgily bothered with kid-
    mey and bladder trouble ind enltaried
    roimstate gitnd. I usk d everything
    known to the professon wlhout,rlet,
    umtit I o'umnnnned to time *?1y1it Xttt-
    niey Curt. After taking three botlee
    I was Ontirml; Wlieved an, clure Iw
    and. heartily e fnd 'U ats t 1

    Hot. oniV When Ihtn Vo W4 hbuat-
    Whe,.:YOu Meet D .ItAteW. "
    To be cheerful wi en the world s1
    going well within you Il no great virtue.
    The tiing Is to be eheerf.ui under dis-
    adv utit foui circumsattnces, If one
    has let riney, Itf business prospects
    ftili,.if oenfmi2e. Aumpte'ar triuijphanit, if
    ,th I 'l. .'s: of se'lf or thiOe dedr
    to one, tl, i iwli*ed o virtue to be
    c' fitr;u..' ti oi'ui I ,','v riy piilchte day
    i ,.i'.r I,' i t ir mIuonth. _6or.
    1!:1 ( !,r (- ci -. y i el4)1' OvVry little
    l t!\V (. l I-' Hvo i" Ai. 1i) I; 1.1 then the 1ian
    wl .oc' H" Mll) ', '.. ul 1 a hero. ]e
    . *: ..:'- ,' i ',:-, o i;'.;i lot s' ldier w ho
    i',;;', -' i Ilj' e'tili1-:': ,,,)itOii l, thil(.h, cheer-
    1 ai11- ,.s i~ .tih j i1 tI .tw t: iw e d to cul.
    T'i lOit U' (tliI,'- ; .T t' .omimiinnd we
    twed to thiin i k If : ary things. We
    need to guiaril ;L ':;i-st giving way to
    irritation labo It tI .I i!, t wrve car';T
    "thiiiit1ii15F0 i ( loj iir i in S Il; l matters,
    we shall have liss ( llinuity in main-
    talning It when gm,, t nmltters, are to be
    met. If we muet with' irrep'h:rle
    losses, we must .,i-oljutvt oir lives to lit
    the new conditmtioimii. 1Tor i no gieati
    evil so bad but that i't rniliiimvo )s','n
    worse. Let us (noigrattulatoi o1"rsI'ilves
    that the worst Is not yet. 'herl' is
    truth In the saying that ':every (loud
    has a silver lining." Thou-i1 it miuiy
    for a time look so dark we van see no
    glint of the silver. yet we know It Is
    there.-Milwaukee .Journil.
    An Arehttectural Curloilty.
    There are many churches through-
    out England which are without tower
    or spire, but there are few churches
    which can boast of having at tower and
    spire side by side. One of these is the
    parish church of Ormskidrk In Lanca-
    shire. The tower is built over the
    porch at the west end, and (he spire is
    placed as closely as possible to It. The
    origin of this architectural freak has
    not been asceitalned, but there is a tra.
    ditlon to the effect that when Orme,
    the Saxon pirate from whom the town
    derives its name, decided to construct
    a kirk, or church, as an expiatory of-
    fering for his evil deeds his two daugh-
    ters quarreled over the design for the
    structure. One determined' to have a
    tower, the other was equally resolved
    to have a steeple.
    As neither of them would give way
    the pirate cteft acceded to both theit
    wishes, and tbe curious may see the-
    tower and pitre still keeping watch'
    side by slde'on the surrotmunding coun-

    The "I3st MIUS*' Cup."
    The "huntsmkinat cup." oar pitcher
    plant, is- conceded t0 be one of the ear-
    liest, it not the tilest, of the wild
    flowers of Ameie t.o become known
    to luropeans. References occur In re-
    lation to it as early at 1570, when a
    Lisbon physician' named Launanus
    sent it to ai contemporary as the leaves
    of the frankincense tree. It appears
    that two sailors brought the curious
    leaves with some resin from thle pine
    trees growing nelor, and Launanus sup-
    posed they belonged together. Much
    confusion occurred and much wonder-
    ment was expressed as to what curious
    tree with such leaves could be found
    in America giving such "sweets odotUe
    when the gunm. was burned," and,
    strange to say, most attempts to clear
    up the mystery esulted in greater ob-
    "curity. -

    We all like to p.usle our brains over
    .things which git ccrttaln and strange
    results, but whleh .w.ceannot explain.
    Here's a pussle that pussies everybody.
    Take te number of your lIving broth-
    ers, double the amount, add to it three,
    multiply the result by five, add to it
    the number of living tsters, mtultiply
    the result by ten; add to it the number
    of deaths of brothers and sisters, sub-
    trnet IO ftrom the result. The right
    hand figure will: be the number of
    deaths, the middle Afigre the number
    of living slater and the left the Oum-
    bher of livirg brothers,-Canton Batur-
    day Roller ,
    Youa* 'win ur"s.
    Young wasp grubs fried In butter do
    not at Ifrst sight ppear to be the most
    alluring dish In tbie worKl4 yet they
    havO tKen protounuced dllellous by
    thbee hardy saperlielnters wo ba
    tried them. Bd as they are upon the
    .wteetest IuicertarOm w 'tr 'ihd
    flowers, they Miturally possess a deli-
    Cato flavor. P r*ap the beat way to
    prepare them is to .bake tham In the
    coitib.--1oido bt ftleC
    Au Itaha-llWPV Iu ,ttm.SI
    mls Yyougtbyn,-Aa4 w*bat would
    you say. (eorge It I wer to teoll oW
    I didn't belle*v ta wIf fl' o sd y r **-
    nrlng the lastitu qualities of your
    I. R I ton ? : .
    G gro-l wo*. .ay that. yoM are tar
    -to@ wis for iay 4iis 05- tO mar-
    ry. G od*by"r i5 Mpr^tu.

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    Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bo ~vels and Kidneys.
    For billousessa, con.tipation and malaria,
    I or indigeotlon, Sie and itervous ada. rvou stration
    For skeeplessriess, wervrness heart failnre, n rvous rostratio.
    For fever, hills, debility and kidney diseases take Lernon ElixirF.
    Ladies, for natural and thorough organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
    50 cents and $1.00 a bottles-it druggits.
    Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlant.a,, Ga.

    RAT ITUD1.
    Dr. I. Moley--Dear Sir: Since using our lmo Elxir I have never ha
    another attack of those feaful sick watchess ,i ianlk God that I have at
    last found a medicine that will cure t. io(se awf' l n I'11" JONS.
    SParkersburg, W. Va.. I. TTAW. JON ,

    'W D i l Theytemporarily
    0 f f Scure constipation
    ......... t J i lby agitating ;thp
    bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the lower
    secretes enough bile to make the intestines -
    jexecute their natural functions. Unnat-
    Sural agitation, causeby cathartics, compels V
    continual and increasing doses to .,.
    attain the results.

    S' actson the
    Sliver; cures Chills U
    e r, and Fever, and every form of
    Malarlat, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
    Smitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
    trouble, works permanent cure.

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    no* 3hIMp11 Brooks Sobered Down
    S T A.irtE Youth, and
    Vyn Boston's great preacher, Phil-.
    a Brooks, was a student at college,
    74ock4ed to enter the ministry. 111%
    itrcetori advised him against this
    sltp, because of an impediment in ck
    40pe9h. "The professors had all the
    atrunent on their side," said the fa- l oi r
    mtous clergyman years after when by AlsoI 0 P
    pattent effort he had gained control of CUI
    11it voice, "but naturally I could not *
    i protest, for words failed me." Do.'t beoaw dlooUraged. tf a s
    To this preacher's study there came oureforyou. If necessary write tDr. Fene
    He' h^ elitnt a life time curing Just suok
    one day a youth, physically perfect, cam es yours. All consultations itS,
    ambitious for honor and looking for a *Dr, Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure
    short cut up the road to success. He is the cause of my being alive to-day I had
    sBuffered greatly of kidney disease Tor yetrs
    iptimated that he wished to do some and reduced in weight to 120 pounda.I now
    Great thing better than it could be done weigh ( Iou ds.
    I byN, Olive Furnace, 0."
    one else. Druggistsa. 5c, Ask for Cook llt)k-free.
    Phillips Brooks wrote rapidly upon a T nur C-ure. circular. Dr
    piece of paper while his visitor was T.VITUS DANiCE&Fenner. Fredona..N.Y
    S Speaking, sealed it in an envelope and .... ......
    M then suggested that the note be read
    When the man reached home. The let-
    "ter read: "Stand in the moonlight and
    you will cast a shadow. No man can
    cast a shadow just like it." B R EA T H
    The young man realized that their
    preacher had made his honest ambi- a baV. be 8' W01"
    tion seem ridiculous, but made adotber derful. My iualwater and I were altered with
    blok storltaeti id our ibreath Wail very tAd. After
    attempt On the original letter he taklrni tIr wcoaae of ca wonderfunlly Thy aron ist gent klp I,, th family."
    wrote, "Possible, but I desire that the wIV. et.UMNA NA~. h.,
    deed I do be of benefit to my fellow llrTstttinIouste at..cineiauiatl.otitO.
    men." NY
    S Back came the original letter, with CATHMATIC
    . these words added: "Then stand in the
    sunlight and permit the workingiman
    to eat his lunch in your shadow."

    )R. J. H. ALDERMAN.
    DENTI ST'.
    [Suooesor toSeltiler& Aldermani
    Over Dutton A Co's DBank,. Ganesville
    Svpolal attenton to Crown and ride we
    Phone T"
    Graduate Baltlutore ColIlege Pental Surgery
    Five years' experlenee In New York City.
    Crown. Bridge work and Fillini Specilaltes.
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    TR. J. H. PIERSON.
    South Shle Squaro.

    .larnes Block. across th' hall from Smith's
    S tudlo,.
    J W. PATTON,
    OAXlsariL F'i,,,It tA.
    Dealer in resai .tvt 'r'Thorouirhly posted
    wah every section of land ii Alaoitma county.
    Corre ooidiieae solicited.

    H J. DIrMPSRY.
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    and Made New.
    We buy or sell lurlntuire. or oitn oontraot
    with you on the 0ommhudIon iasls. Patrohtave
    soIloited and matisfftaoon ul ways.
    PAINTINt; .\NI)

    All Rappens In a s6eaon. PAPER lHA NtINU
    A second is the smallest division of GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
    time in general use, and when we con.- PlasInt Istal. Pbtnt. Tt O. Do
    sider that in one year there are about Nver 0 W oa r te. .. A ent tot DECORATOR V ALL PAP
    81,558,000 of these periods it would *o. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... COOPANY, Nqi York.
    certainly seem as If it was enough for 5'i""g R.fc e > Cy'rlr s!la Ce-*I, _etOtl. tr v.erb . s ..
    all practical purposes. But. after all, O.-TO'CBAO sg od -' te ba). oas- l. WAIU. SAMUL T. .ATIoah
    a good deal can happen In the fraction
    of a second. A. ANDWOMEN. WALKER & SHAYLOR
    A light wave, for instance, passes annart
    through a distance of about 186,0 9Q(tm mdie L i ATTORNOYS-AT-LAW,
    miles In this length of time. A current *, o a *uoo luelbr 1iratin.
    00% tf fnsq as to of a 0 oUs teuebrathe.
    of electricity has p/obaWy an even F*"N*A 6 aie Pahlsmn. and not atria. Jacksonville. Florida
    .lttt[V*aI(NIClOr gent or poleonous.
    greater speed. The earth in Itself ia b orpoll. 4-8-0
    moves in its orbit 'at a rate of aboW v.K er snt In plain wrapper,
    twenty miles a second. xlpresr brteti i.d or
    A tuning fork of the French standard troultr sent on res& A'
    vibrates 870 times per second to pro- .-- .. ----- WM. BOHIILER, Proprietor.
    duce the note on the treble staff. TO THE PUBLIC. 182 W. Fonryth t., Jacksonville, Fla.
    .... Opposit./PoNtomfloo.
    What Holds the Novel. We, the undersigned, hereby agree
    Frank Norris, author of "The Octos to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining place in city. Fine
    pus" and "The Pit," was a most virile paintt who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquore aid cigars.
    writer and a man of decided opinions.
    ally paint standing upon any Metal
    He was wont to say of the great fac- ay paint sending upon any metal
    t s in molding public opinion that surface as perfectly and for so long a TH WE$T END,
    "the pulpit speaks but once a week, time as our FINE WINES% LIQUORS & CIGARSI
    the press Is read with lightning haste GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT. ,o0N XENz~Fs. i'rolrietor.
    and the morning news Is waste paper We guarantee. QRA1PHITE ELAS- usai-il W. By at.. Jacksonvile.
    by noon; but the novel goes in the TIC paint to contain To tar, rosin, aI- -
    home to stay." phaltum or any ot the products of Fatut beer, bott i and drmuht. Don't
    This opinion was aired by Mr. Norris petroleum, and when applied to any fail to call on h whe n iJasnville
    in the lobby of a hotel in-iawmall town surface according to oir directions to
    in Illinois. Among those present was perfectly for a period of fi W N IN A(KSNVJE
    a country editor, who was prompted to wear perfectly for a period of five EN IN J O
    remark that the novelist's views re- years, and we.agree to furnish, free of Visit the--
    minded him of his dog Wolf. Wolf per- charge, all paint necessary to repaint THE ORYSTAI SALOON AND ROOF
    slated in running away from home. kill- any surface where it hIa proved de. GA RDN.
    ing chickens and annoying children in festive. Signed, The Ibest quors in the city. Enter-
    the community. At last a method was The National Paint and Varnish Co., talnment every night at Roof Garden
    adopted by which the dog was con. Cleveiand, Ohio U. A. Thtr
    fined to his own homestead. -....--
    "Chained him, eh?" was the thought We take pleasure in annotnaing that p ol RLIAIIAi.
    voiced by several of the company. we have secured control for Alachoa s
    "Yes, sir." declared the editor. "And county for the sil of the eMilebrated TIN, SMP:'T MTAL AND
    If your modern novel goes into the GORAPHITE ELASTICO ( %'naal Plr r Wm s TA~iuaM
    home to stay let Wolf relind 4ou that known U as Uncle -a0m paln.iii) T
    it's on account of the binding." paint has the hfghest eindorseMit a for
    atin antd iron roofl ard all*:lxpoled e AIWAC0IOhN OVARANTI i.
    poTltl i B o o -i m eO "A S -.. A #- -
    While great fortune and igrftt in- t,' TI .A L o oai
    dustries have almost invariably beeU ~Rw: .ta. I. l ;
    "' created by uneducated men, parventi ---
    unembarrassed with learning, who
    taught themselves what they found idd Cafe
    necessary to know, we flad, on the oth-.
    er hand, that those men who have ibiade: alionvtio4 lorld
    commercial science, political econooly, I k '
    Their study have not shown any U .
    cess In buslues and have rmalned i i | 1 TI
    Stheorista. Most political eonoiwltsta Mwlsabimtt Lunch from 12 to 2 p. w .
    Shave had to live on their pen. Mr. Cob- et r le I
    Iden went bankrupt in busla. It it Patl.
    true that Ricardo wais we ll, it bbt Me p 010 W; rlerger Bwoer liluWmiNt
    was a stockbrokmer by tra., and with ,
    hlm political .ecct y, not a serious result. t Is strange -- ishChap. in seao
    w few busiluess men of the fOkt ltank tO i. tool, iliad, howling
    ve a good word to IYS. of. o.pol.tCl. "o W 4Bay "4 .
    noy- Xetompe tont Co f 0ntrni
    ... ..... e s....... uri ovoHeNAM .OCT .R.,.
    Th ct t.i mre 11tovas. Re ters PRE R THA A OCTOR
    f"Tbat matn." tid tle Guilford ave- mg ln
    e-wt i as titoastatelt as he S ETTER THAN MEDICINE
    Swha.n t Il thp maitelr now?"r I
    t' ihe r a!ny he made a big drk
    ltHle hadl to hiangl on 1 strapl, i "" d- '
    Sr, nti-ii.1 t-eM.lta-iet he Can't Fi Ii ' ; .;:.
    t.i--41 iit1 re News. Quiek .ibirA ki tO
    .... ss so Ka.i t i
    ,- '.h. a -ito hi"" tanrld a I EVA9SVILLBEORaCO Q, |
    a hat s me aren't twy ? I4>UVI LL3. (ld
    Not n'i"' l., A bhal*Val.Tll4 ipl LOCR$, an AIR r
    l atro.' !," to aetbleOe twenty. .- st :.l 4
    ii'th l tioi.-,htadelia. MOBIrE, E Oi t.".j"RL "'
    and All PsUtoW 8

    iuan's ,tit-w ftid"la teotl' Tlo.nib li.'Ma viht LI, .3

    lnjra would be oft ausat. #iglM4..,
    jle T-le(ratp

    In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST N2 ,
    T1rr t'rivm JAurC av 14. o1908. ",i"".1::: ,,

    No, a, No.: No,:a IBetween Jackaorville and New York ; yo si Nt
    7 so n 45 a Lv. Jacksonvlo. Fla .... So Ry ......... ..r A
    10 t I 2N a p o Iv, Jesup, ..... ............... A ,
    It i W I l3 n Lv Savannah., Vi ...... ................ .
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    )n 1t I s 3 t 7O Atr %y hlarlott N" e . ........... ..... v.' 1
    2C 43 I ma C 3 I M Ar, lreen h rp N C ........ ....... LV,
    82 .3 0 isrb a Ar t',A anvrD. M a N I.. ... l
    1 :t NNi.. i t Atr. Klohmot d,, Va- ......So, o ,By................ [,v 1 *60
    417 p N Wi a Ar. L.nohbia'r, VHa So BY...... ... r. Ill
    0 10 1 )A2o 4385 Ar. thztrlottetivfll a t.V... ................ Lv, H 4
    Il N)11 p 10 1 7 440 Ar. WaihlnWton. l.. C... .. ,............. Lv. 10 a 6 U $
    3II kSp > o A Ar. U ti>mre, MS 1. RI .............. .. Lv,
    2 )l a| I .sl ti ll I Ar. Ph ht t .. .. ........ ....... v, 3
    S13 a it 1: 1 1 p Ar.N w ork........ .. ........ .. V. )
    Nos,. : 12t-l s "TIt southern tl'lu laItitted." Othl l yestbuelied tra(n oi Pul.iait
    room, coainiimtiet. alub. onvrtir.e, oIeorvi ttlon aii d ini oars between Jaikaonvulll
    New Ytok. Arrivevsilitilv o.Xoit lMonndl ys: > Not. !3i anid 34. "'New York% utl ?'hrrtIa I'xptrem." Ytokian drawl roont aleetaplnroaltart
    dtiing tia~rs' betltwoet'u Jvi.ksoi\tle antl Neow ork. Cottohea between Jaioksonville ainid W'i
    ilaitol l. Dally.
    Nos t 1a i i ;l>A "it \V t -ah"initon unIt im rklt I united." Pinallia dirawilnt roodmi auletl)inI yratl0
    betwtee ii Jalksotivll o !aiid Ne Ytirk, C oth'otu'Iote bweeon Jaeokouville aiidl Wiahint.ion. )d aIii
    . ra i tr al,.l t'liliililt iilti i W' hitli l.gton. Dally. .. . ., .. .. ,.
    No. i0 ''i11iirgh the "Land oif the tky." No:.
    r"' I L 'l ... . .. .'",l''ta- v iiei<' ati 7.......... S o. t ....... A r......
    IC 1 i Lv, .. ., 8thvi .,......... tJa v.. .... Ar. 10
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    L p : Ar A ... ... ., lIOvlllla, N, C; ......... o, Ky . .. ...LV. I 4M
    7 tAr ... . lt, S rinlli's. N. C........ so ty.... L. v.v. I l
    I aX) I At .... Knoxvllle. ''ton........ So .. .. a.T ,, ..
    M II. i 1)Ar..... Cin' hltll.(.hlok. t! ....... -
    Not. 29 1OId :1 4i)illii414 tl41w11) rooui altal Iurret sh'*leepIng oar betwoe-n JAOtoioliVlUO itt
    Clin lmuul.tI

    No.f A No. Bet wee Jackeonu l IIe and hite North and West o o141
    1 01 ) 1 0a T 5 p Iv.. iup,.ksonvii .. i .. .... ...... . .. .... .Ar, .
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    I-.-.l n
    08 a 94b t Lv. Citiinualti. Ohio ... 0.. A . -Mih. UoAet ..........A., 6 T 405 p
    C9 IV Ar., Tr l o. '
    42)0 '7 3 Ar. 1Ie.rolt, ..MIlh..i ... .. "' ..... i (O0 i 1 :6 "
    30 a 1 11 % p I v. tnintlilla O o. I . o l n. 0 ..... Ar 0 a .l.0 p '.;,;l
    140) p 1116 i Ar. lttlh tur h.. 136.............. Lv. t, I i It)8 a '
    S 1M. a p1) Lv, I' iiullti. Ohio ........,A .3 00 p C4ist a Ar. Ohlo,....... ......... . v. 0* 0 p tst i
    7 1), a i p La. .xl i n Ky..... Sot. Ky ...... ... ............ A,. ,0t6 10a p
    k INq Ar. Lout.vll, Ky .......... ....... Lv,. 70 T
    7 It as an Ar. St. lvoulr, Mo. Inv. 10 1 > 100
    S ... ItX) p L .v. I exttittoi, IKy .... Sot. ty ........ ....... A ..1046 .
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    a m No, 6i ana i "(Ilwoftnd iurlitdS olill. ad IaH )ul trt i btn train betwwein eamoflVi
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    d rltW Ilig rotullnt atl'lttia erachto Choiowu vl lin g mour:o 1.0 1l I viat IaalaivlVt'a itatt ",lnt I. I lrmtry sfj-A ervtiotti oa to )Lou. l illavHr. l wrlt'ollafst thoraatuCiN re 00t1310 0
    Itottkirdlay, thri itthb
    PiUl itii m i)littitill outa' to to Detroit.
    Nosan. ind 14 l"Th o r l l ls." lid vrida attetlal. I, ilnaai n tlraaw liifi Pt T l a'i.
    ior Iea'fs l-'rpIs-oa)imm thiornagiltitare t)atohel lirtld tdiatlng atri botwt en .itoleonvttilt isand 1lnoln-w
    ittti. Tlir.mglh Ii'all.Iatai dri,Iwlnt roi nt tilOeioptlni o t oiria t (lhtloagoi 0 vri t ., I 1 A, I.i,,Mo tl ittlh Ilti to

    No. No.1I Ihietwionm Jackonnvllh aid Kankanma City No.14NJ .mo
    a'ift o 741'7 Iv. ,ail o . 1iieT. .l(,ht .. . .Iy A mM Ni> ( u
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    Now. l3,itul id I '"The I'li hmi LizMlt ed." '' iil ii JSOkl 'IUiv')Itl INta l k}I I %nia t'. (. ntt .i I)|t o art i. I ,l ,
    I ntill e'It I'* .A \lvpl .v to iy N ket Agenal t for Rt'aorvatioit.
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    Try tt eowne'd bea a *mar-
    ket.. 7, ly too p'O pwout
    CON rve nthe p hUi1 forarh

    I* b W b 00, the ltte style l ,khb*.tin
    sit Phey are th be'ta J Miuse,
    NAt. AN* SOCIAL ITEMS "D o ar o hash ro
    *^ "' ' LaOrosse. '
    a Hapn and. What is Going *.'Mr. A. HM.> Cshman hIas returned
    pon Told in short Paragraphs Irom brief, ut delightfui visitt to
    ht W+ Rubs h'May Read" 'friends iii ai0,opville. *"

    (Eth Eatlaman & Hill.
    S~oiline tofL' good shoes, J... Ma-
    iale t;4ileet and pants suit, $7.00.
    l. ,Bfeville of Arredondo was trad.
    | ;t the olty yesterday.
    'e imples of KXalola with full in-.
    tlns 'taldu stores^. ........
    Turner of Lake View was
    ng he prominent visitors to this
    tOjt, yesterday.
    iime. and Richard Starling of La
    ause wre0 among those who visited'
    bis'o itb yesterday.
    Te :family of Thomas Allen have re-
    itd toi this city, and are occupying.
    0qotoao .on West Bartlesbn avenue. "
    Putabished rooms to rent; privilege
    ot hot and cold bathS. For inform.-
    n apply to. Di.k. Barber Shop. sf.
    alilft.eer Frank -I. 'Miig, of. Hikh
    Ialfgs, one of the cleverest boyk, on
    a 0 ad, paid -ainesville a vlsit ye 1 .
    M W. Wooding0 acting route 1ogent
    ot th.e Sopithern Expres 'oipay a,
    ota briie oficlal rip to lktpltttash

    Wr, W. Stripllifg departed. yesterday
    tfo De;Land, where he will sped. the"
    a(hsathwlith his wife who is visiting
    inthat iity.
    0, Brnet't iand T.' -. Strange of:
    wthorn were iin the c|ty yesterday.
    They at for nultati with Dr. .
    :: 4tb an, the detist -, ..
    Opet1riaS and matting
    ean, a4moth proof aun like new, just.
    te 'on ::flr. or two weeks
    V 0 :at .ohBros.
    : .*bo oieyf f, VIe was In
    lety yester He states that J.
    W t hettlworth has a number of ripe
    04t0aloupes, and that he will soon
    :| "n:sbftpping, I
    Qb toJ M. Mason's and get a oopy
    ls on .Drugle

    T, F. Davis, one of the souceesful
    truckers of the Rocky Point section,
    was in the oiy .yesterday. ,
    For Mona4y on7ly-One 1Call pat-
    tern free to every purchaser of $2 worth
    of dry goods, J. Manaste.
    Gen. C. A. GilobriAt of Wade, the
    most enthusi sic. hard road advocate
    in the State,W s ra yisitor to this cit y

    J. 0. Hale of Alaehua, one of the
    most prominent citizens of that see-
    lton, was transacting business in this
    olty" esterday.
    Ouri $600 Panama hat Is equal in
    qualiy to the kind that I.s sold for $10
    in most of the stores. Look at them.
    Mares Endel.
    Mrs. 01aude George otfNorth Gaines-
    ville expects to, make her departure
    today for Fi'ndlay, Ohio, where she
    will spend the summer,
    The-Kalo? "band" is still playing
    an hund reds ae joining the prodes-
    ston. Sing ad praise Kalola for indi-
    gestlon, dA1y and Hver troubles.
    ORbO Shierood iTWso, who has been
    spending the t agt Magne.
    1aa Spring for the benei of his health
    ^rrhived 1 the itsyye$erday and will
    probably en iatmil tomorrow.
    When y 1 Want i $easant ph sic
    try Odhtsberln' tomacah and Live
    Tablets. Their are, eay to take and
    pleasant in eOt. or sale by al
    drugglits and medicine dealers.
    Single young men will find th(
    coziest fIrnlsed rooms at th<
    Brown o0tse Annex, 75 cents peo
    week to 2r. Also several rooms rlo
    lIght hao sekeepng. Apply Browr

    Dr. %. Re4instry, Jr., H. E. Tay
    .ir ,:0 ;obbW. R.Steokers, A. M
    Omashran 'and others returned jester
    day feom ansllle.where the twc
    former received mysteries in the de
    gree of the Mystic Shrine.
    L. W. Knight of Cadillap, one of Th
    run's valued iubesribers, was in thi
    6ity yesterday and made thie office aI
    agreeable call. He reports the Cadil
    lao ieotioe r ln a prosperous condition
    but says there has been a little to

    r. J. H Alderman ha-s purhaased much rain .
    :from 0. Pedrlok a 'very handsome The Atilaeouast Line offer a rat
    b.ggy and from Ohesnut a fine horse, ofr 12.1, GalttnevIle to New Oflean
    4'Th6 omblnatlon was on the street yes- ad retnrat May 4it to 2tst, Inolusive
    iterday and made a very handsome ap with lmit retttnlni May 24. A flina
    ipearanoe. limit to laue 1Ath will be extended b!
    Bd s Wanted-For the bOldIg ,or depositing ttoket with agent at Neo
    /. 'ihing .of the oulve,- over reet. Orlea sad 1 g the oustomar
    mc r r branc on Li ~ pma the osto mer
    i:. tontmlsi, apply to w. 1::orhaIv.P-.- iwa .
    m a Street Oommlttee or A. e- TS il pries for this weekI 100
    hr, Bids will be opened May 18th. l r ns reguo lapri
    W.. Milllican, -the atrpe tinl P.tHXn r or 0dom*n whnit
    operatO oft Waldo, wp a ,promla.,; 0ard
    it ..tO this clty yesterday., W abeqdi' aular p o
    si tl tat.h t h he prevailing ooaditlon of 14h0 1 igulr pri
    *'eatherhas proved a. areat et S
    ,ht*.aau o hlibusilness for the pastfew s W.....e
    weke -
    TeWourt- having adjourned for h ., are go,
    |N ';ierm i1 T.o Judge 3, 1'. .f.i o'. b' g
    turned yesterday tothis home as, S e,
    During the sesloniof portu'ity of, meeting. tnwy )wp :jBeti
    Sof'the county, -iand t id'eatlons poit o a wli leav yourly
    the .at that he i. destined to become t alt, r ou breath
    'a very popular otBial, insp" e rtouhts ars strength
    | '.i wMr. Jo lph Potvillo of Stillwater, a4 anm l, ,
    S.Mimx;.,afteirhnvilig spent over $20"o irie lRie t of M. WGldings, tit
    Switch the best doctors for tomachot phieWllregt to learn tha
    I trouble, witonu relief, was advised by Pho p th
    h5s druggist. Mr. Alex, Richard, 1t"h0 was s~trd the unfortunate vi
    try a box of lChamnbrlain's Stomach tin of a troke of paralysis, his entire
    and Liver. Tablets. is did so, and is a r ai haId being elected. M
    ll t manU today. If troubled with in. ...a.e wa at work il h
    diKetion, bud taste in the mouth, QIQ4WU. We t Work iu
    l stiofapOpetite or ota station givo gallery when the atrorke occurred
    r thOe tablets a trial, and you are an*4t otl0ed 6. 16 Saunders, wh
    etrtai to be more than pleased with :eooied a carriage' aid, a6eompanie
    the result. For sale at 10 eents a boxby kWill, took he patient t h
    by I druggis.ts and medio-na dealers. bhome i North Giiie-ville. Dr. Oo
    1 Jase Clark, traveling representative son wa. stlmot h reported th
    S of the Roundtreo Trunk and Bag Corn- 3 conditon o the at le t night i
    pany of Richmond, Va., returned to hbeinag s s ved. The n
    'his home in this olty Friday, after a miroe ends of ir Olddlngs trui
    very gucoessful trip through Alabama that he wil soo iredtver4 ;
    and Georgla. Mr. Clark states that A P tS16ihened Out
    Shad the misfortune to become a
    "' IIIed up" iu a wrck on the central aM man h o a m nerhe'
    t eorgisa ramlrad near Othber, cam i ~e O p
    a fewnights ago, bunt fortunately ed e.6 0.ofi ba14
    ned no injuries. He attribute. Balm ant to use It rey a
    a-a.e from injury to it not aatte a srag thnee
    e|y. IR^^ tiette *5r.i d'ft ldettfT- li

    Fine ie gents. t +,. ,s ,
    beartttoul ohis dtitob soat ,
    5.#, Mareus Endel ,
    s e our line of Panama hat., SWt1l-
    slt ln:. in tOwn. ,. Maniasse
    ii. Sylvesterand .urrel Wiggins
    of Rhage Were trading in the city yes-
    Foaniiwi't and. pants suits in, all
    colors, efective and nobby, $650 to
    $12.50. a. r.ous Endel,
    I :'. ,Mris .ha, accepted a position
    as alesinn wi th L. 3. Burkhnim, the
    clothier qand haberdasher. DeVere is
    a popular yonng man and will no do6bt
    commaod a good trade.
    Mris. I. H. McOresry and son, Mas,
    ter Elmer, returned' last night from
    TallahBshate where they have been for
    the past few days on a visit to Senator
    McOreary.'. They report a mot enjoy-
    able sojourn.
    Mi ssOertrude Reed, 'a mharmitnig
    young lady of Montbrook who has been
    visiting Miss Jessie Bodiford, returned
    to her home yesterday. Miss Reed has
    many filedsa and admirers here who
    are always glad to see her.
    Miss S; 0. Battalle of Nashville,
    Tenn., who has been here assisting the
    ladies with the "Old Deestrick Skule,"
    will go frQnm Gaineaville to Waynes-
    boro, Gi. Eti. Battaile has made
    many fMieds. in Gi5anvIleU who will
    always be glad to welcome her back
    Ohas M. MLynch of the firm of Lewis
    & Lynch,. 4ksonville, is spending to-
    day in this city, the guesat of his
    brother, Louis C. Lynch; Mr. Lynch
    states that his firm suffused no darm-
    * age from the recent flood, and there
    Shasl ne ver been a moment's delay in
    l the filling and shipment of all orders.
    lioon. 8. HGaitkill, president of the
    State Fair AM*oeiatlon,passed through
    r the city yeterday ean route from Lake
    c his home at M*Intosh. When
    asked If he had anything to say of in-
    to rest he merely waved his hand and
    e boarded the train, which was just
    r moving out in the direction of Mcln-
    r tosh.
    r 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 moatsklUed chemistU
    of today. A' ,oi-biation of weral
    o mineral wak0en b earystaliled and
    Sctshbined, and eaoh water having me-
    diinal value, w8ieh make Kalola. A
    paunt _,lfor the care of indl-
    e it$I doi*d kidney troublest
    (I supply you.

    Rev itk. t. t1. s died at his home
    ' near Rtex, Fla.,4'ay 8, 1908.
    1 Brother Dyas was ordained to the
    Baptist mnInist~ :about thirty years
    e ago, and lias 14l' and labored in the
    * bounds of the 0,J Tohns River Asso-
    'I nation, Hisa labors were chiefly
    *l among the poor and destitute. He
    y was the instruaient in Gods.- hand in
    w building up serial small churches in
    Y that association. Now he doth rest
    from his labors and his works do follow
    0 hm.
    o Brother Dy4 ws- lty-tour year
    Sold, and lea -a *wite itdo several
    I children to m his departure, to
    ; gether with by hera and sisters, and
    Shis father, wh).| about eighty year
    ay the Loweo trt the tiereaved

    eyes of faith (abt> h:ta world of sor,
    row to that gltoisua home in Heaven,
    where the bro !v awaits thieil orme
    lng, not dead, biatt leephng. .

    i. Ourss^i*Dootora Fall.
    - Mr. FPranki OhtO*n, Patterson, La.
    " writes Jaun t, 1801 "I had malaria,
    n fever in ver. lbd torm, was undei
    treatment by ll'tors, but aa soon as I
    e stopped taking their ediclne the fevei
    bt would return.., I use a sample bdttl

    ,. of Horbine, tfomd helped me. Thea
    bought two bottles, whih .eoampletely
    r cured me. I t-f"" rateful to you foi
    r furnishing su'i a splendid medicine
    is and can ho.t ly recommend is ti
    , those suffering from malaria, ai it wil
    s rely cure tbn l erbie, 6SO.50 bWt
    o tie at Johnsolt t8o.
    is Jackson"*I Loat the GITt.
    1. Telephone Se4tagee Meslved in tht
    e city last night iirom Jacksonvile beba
    s the informattda that nl the baseball
    ,. game betw.e# thl* JakteonWlle arn
    st All-Ouban teesl the frmer lost onU
    by a score o% i to tlur. Kennedi
    .pitched the Ame, whlih was the firs
    real thing in Uioal gane he ha
    run against aOm eao. It must hay
    been a m i t game, .on siderin e .tr ti e.

    sa Uaal~ste~h.Eram 22,

    easoun Will 0 With Uve Oak
    Team in City May 27th.


    Live Oak Has One of the Best Amatau-
    Professional Tiams in the State and
    Has Already Won Many Laurels This
    Season--Good Game Expected,
    'Enthusiasts in the great na ih l
    game are happy, for it is a settled :;t
    that Gainesville will have a baseball
    team this season. The Oak Halls have
    been organized, and the season will
    open in dead earnest on the 27th
    inst., when Gainesville and Live Oak
    will meet oh the loeal diamond.
    This game is sure to be an exciting
    one, as Live Oak has' one: of the best
    teams in the State. The players are
    all anlateur-professionals, and have
    put up some excellent work already
    thi season. As a matter of course,
    with that confidence and encourage-
    ment which has always supported
    them, the Oak Halls expect nothing
    short of victory, and the Live Oak
    boys will have to do some good hall
    playing if they expect to carry off the
    It is unnecessary to assure the Oak
    Halls that they will be greeted by
    an enthusiastic crowd on the occasion
    of their flst game of the season, and
    it enthusiasm and "rooting" will win'
    the game "it'S already theirn"
    Effected a Permanent Cure When
    Twelve Docto Had Faed.
    B. B. Virling of Lodamle s.,iaunds.r
    date of April 21, l'I6.wtat*s:
    "J. SimoMson, Gaitesuil, Fla. :
    "DearSir: I .write to ex as my
    deep gratitude to you. for yor won-
    deui alive ha eared It ae om my
    foot from. which I have saftued gmeati
    ly forfive ears. Twelve dotors have
    been work on the too during this
    time, but filed to effeet otare. Your
    saIlwe dil thework in a little while. I
    tool from the oot tenae3s of bone,
    after t"ite g1ae had b ea extracted,
    which easd the sore, ard now I am
    entirely eared and able to walk with.
    out the aid of orutbhes. I shall al-
    ways feel the greatest' gratitude to.
    wards yoU, a&4nd .wil a y speak a
    good wo for alive '
    For sale at Wallae'sa Oity Drug
    Store, Oalnoesv|lle, Fla. dawimo
    H. S. Defeat Waldo.
    There was an exciting game of bae.-
    ball-on the Waldo diamond between
    the (. H. S. jou iora and the Waldo
    Juniors Saturday afternoon, which re.
    suited in a victory for the Gainesville
    boys by a score of fourteen to three.
    The star plays were a difficult catch
    by Douglass in center, spme "hot"
    stops by 'Witherspoon on first and a
    long hit over left field by Douglass.
    R. Thomas pitched an excellent
    game. 'As a junior p'gther h has no
    s equal. 0. Thomasnt also made some
    good plays on third, The folding of
    . Newborn, the eatching of Strteliand
    and the inflelding of Carter were also
    tgrood'. ;____*..

    For Those Who Live on Farms.
    Dr, 'BergIn, IbM -i,. writes:- "
    have used Ballard'sI Snow Liniment;
    always retomtmed it to my ftrends, as
    T am confident there Is :o better made.
    1t i a dandT for burns.' Tboa,lto
    . bIonfarm are especial is~
    many accidental cats burns ,ad
    brutes, which heai rapiAdly when Bal
    la.d's now Liniment is applied. It
    should always be kept in the house for
    case of emergnesy. 206, uO and $1.00
    at Johnson Bro.

    The magnxtfient proeessional cross
    given to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
    by Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Hampton in
    memory of their little son, Benjamin
    Franklin, will be conseerated at that
    ehuhre at their morning service today.'
    The cross the most beautIful peai
    men of metal art work in the State.
    It ia made of polished brass, rithly
    jeweled, and mounted on an ebony
    On the oe1asion of this Impresive
    ceremony there will be a splendid er.
    vice of music, and Arohema.eO Gray
    will proach oft "The Sbig thame and
    the Sign of1orituatph." The public ii
    invited to the service.

    Reent eret. by practical
    teats and exa4ina n witah th aid oft
    the Xtya.esbih as a fuat that
    of it bO .

    WI $qO3

    16, i,, 85, 0 Wyd4
    New Shinirt W!is

    Embroidered t nts;

    Novelty Line .:
    For Skirts aud S U
    Warranted Fast Colors.

    Linen Waist Patts
    Novelties in Neckv
    Special Values in 5
    10c Goods.


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    Commercial' Men Are Not. Satisfied -
    With teault of Last Friday's Game.
    "We are not satisfied with the game
    of ball between what was supposed to '
    'be a: team of commercial men and a
    .team df mcrnhaats- rldayafernoonrJ'
    remarked Captain Stlpting pre-senB ,
    "mthef l r'
    Ing the eommercil 'twef, a ye4teMiLdy:"i
    "t fithe fratplaoe, the game was oall-
    th oh short notice that we
    didn't halo an opportunity' to get a4'

    SLMr Stripling has issued another '-S.
    challenge to Captain 'Neill of the
    merlchante' team.. He will get his men
    another this Week, and the probabill-.
    ty is there will be another game next
    N A Little Early ar' :
    Now ~rd then at bed time will eure + !
    constie o, biliousness and liver '
    troles.. BDe Witt's Little Early
    Risesi are ithe famous little pills that
    nureMy arosng the seeretions, move -
    ing th owelsagently yet effectually,
    and alnsuoh tone and strength to
    the *nds of the stomach and liver-
    that the cause of the trouble is re
    moved entirely, and if their use is con-
    tinued for a few days, there will be no
    rtur of the mplaint. Sold by
    Bodiford & McCollum.
    Miss Steerburg Entertains.
    At the hospitable home of her pa-
    rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Steenbarg. -
    North Gainesville, Miss RabySteen-
    burg entertaiued the member of her
    Sunday school class and their friends -1
    Friday afternoon. .
    The afternoon was passed in a man.
    noet beeoming the occasion, the program
    comistting of games of various kinds,
    muc etc. There were. ent about
    IaW ite a i is .to s-m. to d


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