Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01860
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 17, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01860
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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: ....". ,Mystery Surrounde Case of Mrs. Cla'.

rdsPokd eW ol^ t:eo0yeaes' I noA thetitudeof Cociaat ence Graham of New York.

.ome eohE r. .the r t Deotionl coo .o d- rI s arom f t wh0 ity as Are etyed.

LASORAt.VDELY CORATED. dg le .uti.dt.ardt asO: tIOtN- SeM, i TARTLKQa DICLO8eJE3. or0 M T ....e o drug
0ir tToaard.Oorm aeLatrlaore. o Gr moInr

e Sultan s French R ter organed Mir. The committee ts that Governor Taylor rply to ,e hospital w Mrs. l ra
Se Nortit s ir ta with -ast emgt and Qffere: $500 of te Camp.aign Fund ham, who is souL 30 years of age, $ho Caldw Oil Conrw 'et WI'W.ThS
B an Cannonading from Wi g byut the announcement was made e Pardon to the Man Who Ws n hdt s Flme Wtt..
e, .. .oroghtabes .uabheitoeite o tex co mpesut o Kll H im dut i oer ingem wc reanumbr vluab-tler re /e 0

tn hpnor orfntheal gs ott be clle that the report ccWrkl not e el U1 z r t f irst orew a i ne thu prnol-l aa rws. O h.oved., She on xs renoiv. to The 'tat from Beamont, *s;O^o
BitL r and e o .r4 thrm. e so uns c .ttoblloy the, hanso m y q t ho ate f lOSSh MA e 1b othe k ite S

t ue b t.thS e fr hibeo matt n t lt e ih e ent t Bshl 4 lw d of d o Ishi an tus ad a t an die r state d at oo twt ^
S r liren the fa cl re on sess l ion towards ef u e thi ct ez d plot to bring "iotywal 'l In hI ta which lwas rivent- "
nh r ic e yl rgan o derba esIa eo prinmiple, It bout G t el Wtt Goebrn Cocr l aay r h ard lnout t aoon e Moila gwal bresti Ftn e to I r v O !0 :ll
t d aio t s io t l ackt C ebnahear be- Caldlll Ower u eston goil.. T heo iWed de the oe W
Ss a b d r t sh rec7nto lt el ri h e oal be Oftor oHelr. adlionhdim e l m, o n it shof lhnt oadway onyr alts o deo lhe r
l- norgto roi fare i al butd t h SaL uth netS i moin m corate witer to coma n wite o wehl t' iatme, imu oa Thre, WILD WORK aF ~.t

w-th U' pr incipa bwith the ln i ty on employ. W or et. tor c'a ly an Ca kedil him to do itu u he rs.i(Faha 'thd Qaot hhvemOet whato m- w L T e .
ypy,'dn wtyh gganetreatirs funrsmto Poweri i n no e coun verron r lv a 'waspiend after that exc rt that he Cofl eouh County. Almbesfl i thsOru .
Cana o. Va t cx waget Wno dplethe lntheien co- ation to the k f Go to ld th e dituIdh d a p a t cto l tiboond w hiele of tlot r n ev the mt .

the e to ounced I t e s'ktronet. d iy T he S ntes tnatcon r o rrf n (emt had toll a hei' e ans tthb a t boein bandl flu 'N~owr A0ft, *A1r l u. ,A
bo qestionwith the mrego di ycaplme t tmh :made to 'wgtl mnl s yesterdh aya.d 'lt'rtheon avenu'. Thetworlnud is at wlthe I, rain ae d hallt twor t bpe 6Y>T
front on to ad ptte are soitions brouetm that Oeedl the Wanleed p the event had bop n tapdhetod with s Mr. hadlif- the weoaern portion Lteobned dAYoti*
itua eot etfrom J eu uable to rnolf t h' o bt i tInh eme.h Hlo arroe d. Thel s alid hetd bewn a t with n t donmond ty la t evenale; rto n r v tho 4b 4
olutis, resnsin. the rig ht ofvlabor u. of Rem7 Daliroughto u tha o (Cec i) m t tino a after
Its report t .wthe. agreed hoar-- ca.e t e on th too ft d e a rea ea b W I W O TO

S .-- ,ortedabyiMatr t.h oy ofra em Tledep oy Jan. 18. C on-rt,' Cprs l h in ld>r o it n tS e as agd from hls wife about opponoe t lumip or, temm"w- el ix
ploedeni t he htofunon o Po r n 1e at in Trylativ a we o od f I h en I e t otok thatNew h Co ty, Alaa Uren

fix 'wagte and e dclng'the eS ociatio n toa t h ae an killing of (k'ee told th e wU had aT t hm t wa onlleleor the or bhcnreg voa tst lee.B
.h o rle t s o o sel alt legr i tiou not In alc r th t lr I: wa ne ot et ad owe reloveJ., She as reov to The. et ro ituont,

th ^ 11 v ler is known 12ples abtfrom. tTRK 7AM. oumos t gi, b
-hness w> it th the foregonng sprinkler. A c oc mato nwerb iehs dheth a nd tt vng Mtl Te twoe ring th wind, r an haitor psse *
attinnl t torathedi t ode- a e t. l dtea i o nhe bo noom e at thate C rei wad saed o h ev d Yrentmrtho. h t hom ya the at tr'nd- the f O 1l
Sa protest from Jal e F. T ayhr i on thkt this.ftflt ltOM mwadrrio d Thshis sai dhad een. sot with -adiahmnd ty l svni resulting to ha e &eMI

t thtooirstwrbTle.h MrofaMlderwailtas1Ds te but onth aferoo lof ham asi nhhe h adnroe e rie a st Whic'ter a lngd. a o 4we e aetd wi
Sath r pe o eoI 0 to g The ona lenooaiAes Iet on O e. WOULD INCREAE OUR ITMPORT. with a p.deter in tlion notweto rn u s to llieh Uari toe w in, l.ro
r otloThe No t th eae r cUtiiwe oord a. a ct n Project al Railway rom, Atcantli to thi o te h i t t he na e te t rs w e hlteon st i te M
h o te msr'on there w terably o.ton. rrolD, Wrl,, batt lnt Pt cfl Coast lo Cintrll A lterIao ver n 16 a r i ot ace a1. r teda ls tio n sdel- i re th e o ai :

i Ps $ cano uSan fo t a oth Itlsl alws: of h r r obe &iaca va AWol 1 o. A $hea to t nh e hau durer s wrom hane uud ehrt c k*thl ob- o th d i
s erees leabdi o th e wa orves 'dp.W e anhear Pltny have t bieb hn fonundatdd yestarey hnd oorniku ada sor a-Isa-ona ti ver" r" l dhlromii e I reported.to
'emny Ara quain- int o srdames den.t attll t h e n enaf o nend elantdomi m dionteoilth e m tion of w int e k lter which to we uadously voth e mee.liu h, os tiartot ell alt rt.g

l u'ith the t ro swhics adait1 Sloymetats of A e a, cn i of a bat y n central Amerlugjotto m r. y G a ns whais r ife ahneggs, 'll
rb tLt tor l wit the Ara w e sa lldiag, bedl named Mr.Wright to pi A frri to e Atlaaytlr I t in th t wayfI o n omonery ae e h aeh bweyl!b y

aJs nhn Atrenh aring the 1r903 d he reb de lare rth afoll coAoti wIhKctS It a i bel, vCde wcil nvid Thote wt of coployrmi they bx Afi 94O aSourft t pae silfig Ia<
ftgo w the bfIsknoawnttprincpleso whict shm Uo v be a is a t o thte i a nou ttrer oi e a tfter thwe StIE At S ITrike, rA. which r te ... t ywliPoof t y ,h. tt e o tll dtrapkte
ith ar e rs irte Bre lati on I t or in ne ht i Am an e por from mot ouon n t e o r
artinthe g attlaetin s ndo crtil. p s etplFrew to is th fnd oa moretl n port A to thon ise or tandallytd the 1M eli ons e Ist 1. nd w ar torn, e al ntt tiel
t and a n otin l .f emlar d e craft tar orAt nite e rem oalw oan00,0dc loy o hd im, tolhe citty ind froma whiof A imsterdam nie, d 'No on Nus jtrna t d
ltb and ea S a al stvip sblqu ithoe res oratopoa t dy, T t e lr almost the entire raout ew many are isn avls te t wN wt!l
WoOULDquIN R A E ORt IMPelyORTS)hWyith. .a dtY... ... terMe. .nu .natin. otto .ein .Aito e ntaiing a i t -hih. wi l b '

.M.....h.uty of whSch wa eha:ce by tthe toeteri ofatliAhs ooiltalaotiol dfi Mm teP mb tahnd othan ro. p he offMpanl ttnt0 Iurno .i

boat r nnd hine. T P rt etagiuese crutiseeverrt te^o organisttswork unhlees the d n y wad e i ontpothe thou se d Oe mn t o o *k r
o Iionth o liltheI' ht of tha resolution tea olteon to the R Atlantic wer bomrl. anrc nve th four to A. V. Mo'i ot e wre cdm.
ATMRCYbodyingdOP WAve declarami -o wtprenheees Alede ll who h(Mo for S o" .. d ,. -.- i ^i n
..t. o sl hweppen been In oral Amer ,nelt, ,it a

autboht Tw Ming MenThouh l "6. tearilgoagpt mut boycott e to emts c- to the Iatora.t d f t Amer la MURDt M r cftY s PLan li y the lo ens
eesinldth aprahe oremloy Plt"wt uIestnh e jut been tonsumanWtard y e ut to a roryadf taurant a inear by. WILD WORKe i w .TOeIs,
E u ,e t .N ort o We f d owertheI Imme diate.. com leIon o rate applneda after tthat. w xut thastus he.' Conee uhCounty, hlab th;o.iRie 7* 4
ploye,bdTe asingathea b mhteoofa ua ony to f railay h in Central Amria t eo n r d-a k ai n y .oraceaion s w tn e l m nw'!I a" Ml Dsainjurong te,',
fixowwabest amndghould-be namciation- ..the..effec..t of vr to... a .ldrgehareofft bytis s w-r
h ltagathloee pa to l m'egoabr lrps satlonibyi e mbples. A on -Rei ttmo h cmado fee o-tput ,and .isonavenno.paTileltwly ev riyn edthat. wind, rainw an hlll*.tOr.0
VonaoaaoflotillaofcrafthtathacthrgeoatInitheoeaent hadsbgen tsOnOrod witObMarnlray,'lalothetwecttorn a oortoonwh h A sroiam
teut tfiwhicy Ishe te M op the e plioys tol e httenn es afct1 i ll s
Clhuie ln oyme, who demand hedseesfte tzpo rsnv datlo' too dipl ct, liei t rntwfled, c ind la arlly tho sto yint g wpre worth, notpihrso Aar teontb
oluMt hnsnd it printed undo-hld over un. Inothf publion to the Manof seabotary of sd. nr, avebthfour $ f A. V Mor.ri < he osCaed. a ,

a - fit ... ..ra. weekswbeen In tT-al AmOnerJa -u 0,-- 8i"dI nw'Taylor.a 3Ovev itok e o btaind, l ts .V sot
aib. tTw MantioMenwTho-hl "6t. ya 011msteeAnee .. l t in t oe i rests f a Ahim 00 WouldE M tTERY D EMat PhisENS h iM i the a e'fwhi l oh sem1aer mt b ti

aruscanoe~, t~l ro te m~ ohe dt~ala~ o iltfrmee Ollcgo Arl l;.- &ellt~hheTh navetur,hlb !ae t tatrel-beoitan110#42. .i',i

- To Be Drifting. plo their work people at wag. .n syndicate, of which James MoNaghtl, -.. tMtoiR* t i wt
low Htven, Conn., April 18.-Les~ alely stl try, ,wthtb t intel te r o .raw C Sual for t.h Northern Pa. nd tiflcatlot of Body Found In Bar tiptil t i e ii.
. Barton, of Chicago a student enw or d4* tti n on the Part of I d. cSllc rai dl is prldeuitia Just re. re Pules Pollee. r an fo ih
le university in the class of 1902, vlduials e oralatl :i not directly tarntoed to New York. rh h.I r.leW New York, April 1l.-Mystry waS nCiS 4a te t irpoklyn e. v i .0$
i.frtend, whose name sl unknown, erutles tO sueh motrcts. Oi tso havI Its trmialii at Pu-r.4 a ed to mystery today reardlna the bail the s0 l u^I. I SN to .m-
imsixo g and are supposed to be t". Emploerti mut be anmoleeteEdt Brro r The frlieht withe car. entilty of the mn tt'fon4 it a barrre plo n Ia sla.itr
ai about thesound. d*t4 utabampete ttlymanagemeit i'IeI by e way of the itof Pen sacola t $aat One Hundred arid floventb0 EMStth
to, accompanied by -hM friend, "thei blnO W determii the or New OrlMs, And It wl rde the tt.r Mis Ator
td a tboat MondAy morning a amotiot ., quAi. ty of t,,ir product time of .t.tpoftatiumn from two Early this mornag the bnoy was I Kf Attor I 'we I, of l. et.,
i een betweethisport an I and in the e t any methods or yrs. months to tWo weeks Already 14i identlted a. thit of at m usied mt 414 Ctt tederit .c.rt, for advice
L Itl sbeletwed that he i s either d ter 'at pay ithi em. just and equit- Imles of road are conmL , Quat hi,..who bad route to Noe w Yotkth to flt et nut be tfln
g^l1 1 .... . . f two
S .e. -et ad i4s ~tOw-t atno e' as In a baier op Mast m tM b to oe that
P+wgree on ,,poatact* o~ftt sy Pi* s to1s say lte mR v, t r, t a* el t of O4t Qutro1h was waniet' Rou ip f Wmmrttnlg
t L, Aprl 1S.-WItI the trae to i h ot e, a r at. TeL. to Mr. Hvy Glt said,, sn id hoh a member t "itst fttoV s :14 "l *oWdtr.10e01
ma estives sa s Intl tm iah6e was almo sa goat w$4e as Mr to ma we st
snhe ao ma in bfoo !tt Is T .r:;:etweetpa. epo eto 4g.. '.Ihe was Ta he i.cept.M Tlih bride - --;
I-Wen t r aisl aboi t t n be.so r .lte away b brbVoth', lbs Trey t ases ltetftI

| t bl o wt9h tta t he wilt l bh. ..a. eW rPlWe "R. .... pr o. i lep et e tr4, a: oit te 'r\ l'p April 14--Ae Molety Na Svtenlo Plague.
S t"h..ie tr"m st e oerw so t ts A n I Mrs pas I tr tw ots. WP#S. i t. t-4ev :t7.
ti ble frenp d he othat K() ..i ^ .-! :. ei l t: >.a. ^ .h ^ ^.l0di AM901 s hwb.c ,Oy O qlt1 be l wb th M a .' s

| 4|$eitansc hr ap 4 f *mM tW (4 4--0--- U. '-: of te Unitted S$5-C uP>. an. teethe In Deersis,.
esttaa that ise lIes a Iones -nd SI lhtf e an t atiepvs sie *ts, y lamNuisa canal tje<-4 ( Sgtehssmi*esue In thl. staig it
The '4wqre atS < '-a'' aoWtt4,
5v ta ble 6tat:atni Mar lh*- b w *: M *1.. .H>' : ....... .. . .... 1 1 ............

l^:. ,! iji.,livll j i^
Sothus bve nineit. ae t:.-,:
SXllvwANl RDoosevlt and thoPam
S oIS fltW I ethea wil vt the .Ve rit

..-f.t .- t1 -owart. bomaetd -otr Garetlbe
R $i cott)8 wnlb ined aoWjustbw th
qu 14, reiable sbGenieral bon liUS, the readent4ect
*' of U4onailtrs, has occupied Ts u0g4'
po, the capital. The revohatto es moo

P:tI^tx^ :w .thie American Tobacco company hW
i coraeredthe market 'for cgsrette to

attfu conwnfcists
a#ld5 w'rast to *
1* tespe~ctive

htovr fatittst- 4
. tWhen due 1
!^iith th

tssW *t K~Eii of I~

94 Ateasson Thai Are trleed as *team
4Te Wtln bo comueN to New York
y *;^ic W oic te -y$.ar0s w id hll could
'Uet Qtiderstiud why the harb in Qent
St~t1 pmrk~ deemd so inuch mote stuck
p ;th: i rei t of lthOe aki tpais, but
P4ter -Ze ba raveh4 about town for
V 4eralays a l~a-y through it. ttr wast
eq 1 S per Wceut V the tuduteranT th
^Wa kn* f coson bi black tear for
Wa^s A pamg stytnn. W*hsy the other an*

V tb0 those s' shotud ibe d ddremtn *
A +44lwh *It ald 6he man' ott I

I Ztt 4oeot diatkhe askn atrre
S )ittell
W 1 Or bAmn d:t theib r east lo nded
r ow C ele." os the vIsso ma,

UIt A those h autM stn outae W W.t"
t d Ithep an. unrers
11 'or r0 it

a vc In, Av
~ *~~I~tt* it|| y'bav a ri^-^tnt -iback to ttat
~~ ~~ in 9 the moames actryof t~elt
0i0 w to'on. or f et te, tooe m$ bffe?

~~ ~ I~sa' t~oushih sa&Pn. bumt turrie
l p then hl -wlt lat -y tcom tleothe0

~esrs. so thut bringst him doWn to
^'^i;^lto sou^^l

Ia liart l t'l 1ow pri afte G iAt,-.
Volt 114 t0 t

0 @ R~aleigh, l" Ap11 16-.Tb aber'
lyll t t of ChAerkee cstyiv baeu ttt three

cotlet4 to the eitntiarsla y. tUpou
histt r rh o 1bed be t a to.
( hemet ot 40 mttes at 1* cents a mile and
|f acanut w

Lac sho Houst e Assigns.
Chit**o. Apri 16~-4-h wtolesole
tao O Ct., doe of tbh laet o~eamt
tt ofe ^~tb tati tI*o tw ntt),i b ltend.a
1i Aat^ tYSt*7 # S k ..tow

g 0;*
IS^ A h.e en r l .
eas^' OittaAl 1ty4--Lee Le^n iw
ha ^^" 'telak a"- ^ *hose:'ta lwyer t) podto

a 4 lta.lsa h oIt-e of the ploSeets at Oli
|i t| I4 ewt *49* today. ie '**** o f
lit3alla theaty whteh eettled at t
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v;-a't^", w ;s-'' ,-* '^ t^ ^h 'Ha^ N1. :
:"; V';^ ft'^: ik '-bi II^ i^ ^ t^^ib)e ^ :-1 hi

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thirwatl of S*aboard Trtts :
S*ebonrd Air Lie. ralwacy at'
* tMat their WeabonM Nrew York
tn, .ated 4sUl $wsoe 8ti As-
'*'e atdrnawat, tvte.l .' t
&%Aostimltn at i*440 4 Jaek.
ti000pnee n Ath ^il 0h. ?
eboir wlm (atnue to op*
ahetr embklo)n hxpr Tmsa
thtfae sadialedlt *o heav
0ithedaily Mt 8- s a us. awt
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ecityu6tl of teAtladt

propertyy b *fnlp to the
,> 4 n: t1 mame In the uIt..
.-4-o-aky ,---, 1 &4buurle Qtant, et.%utrtx.-
'(,|+ lie IV!

A- .+ '. 7j sector, 4d 4tze
#i0 of OneW to ilr~, ptwjas ilU.s .laton.d; &Ptili,,'
^ y4t l *as S Slon & htllyiiS n P l

Gqvernnuent Qfsi.slZther sttoxeeys
Qf interesting 'Nature 7. .,1 I.ey l ni la the
SApri0l i.---The alt er, ~ to at the southwest corner of White.
the Lutheran at *il as pis- ball street and the rail roads,
arches were estend'ed by lsvg The petition alleges that this strue-
tions: Both chorhes were tute wam In good condition and vilu-
ely decorated, the Luthera property, wth a monthly rental
oing a matss of rofeas whUe a counting to $1.208. The value of
iscopal chure oed and white building is alleged to have been
dpi8.p.% I c, #4? ,00. It i. aIsserted that from
re used. During the offertory iarch, 1901, the rental bsgan to do-
1iscopal church Miss Fanny ereare by reason of the building of the
a sang "The Resurrection," viaduct then gofnn on, and that by
thelley, most beautifullye iuly the Centennial building had to
Lby Mrs: J., W. JohnsonroO, be e.tirely abandoned and brought
S and Mn. ohnaon o" n the in no revenue whatever to the estate.
Ki as a grqat treatto lovers'" 1y the usa of the utmost diligence,
^. ;o t is aillgegd, a house suitable to the
ng no evening services at ieds of that site could not bh erect-
h o the l ed e g the place of the Centennial
r hurehes the pisopal buildig wheih hazl to be torn down.
a filled by ani overflowing untI AprPl 1, 1902, by which time
lon who listened with great $11.oo000 n rp ts had been lost. It 14
to the fine sermon of .Rev, S,. also alleged that during all the time in
qt. estion the city was levying and col.
:meeting of the Ladies' Liter- i looting taxes on the property.
lety at their hall on -Friday The total damage isl fxed at $R3,500,
water hyacinth4uestion wa on which interest at the rate of per
atoaaperread. cent is a.ked.
Sofabaperread, The ar-
Hiby Helen Harcourt and fully 'UBL.ISH.RS FORM AS80CIATION.
the serious condition of' ... ....-
pie waters iAn which this pest Reproaesruatives bf Loading Southern
.ged, After discussion Ht Newspapers Meet and Organ iae.
isisky was appointed to corre- Atlanta, April ..li 'he ottttern
ithi the government officials, as' AsoclatIo- of New paper Publtahers
rmembers of the Florida Legis-: was organized in this city yesterday
,nd see what can be done n i with representatives present fVom the
ititef. The Melrose citizens are leading newspaper pubhlieations f the
ware of the serious condition n cost on wa dotd a. d the
i A constitution- wasi adotrted and
they would be placed should following officers were elected:
Mtion between' the town and President-r-t. I.- tt-l-ii, th At-
be stopped; a fact which will lanta Jouinal.
Sto a few months unless some- Vice President--Bruce H.ldeman, of
J done at once. the 'Louisville' Ctoirrier-JOturnal.
riipse.on Saturday night was Secretiay and Treasurer-T. P.
hrly seen here by many Inter- Glass, of the Montgomery, Ala., Ad-
stators. vertier.
Registered at the Huffman The following executive comndtee
,as named : Revert iwilng, of New
e 0. W Nelson, St.e Louis; Orleans State; Rufa.. N. Rhdles, of
hnston, Waco, Texas; Miss the Birmnr a4 Ne-ws-t Al-.-To
unyers,_Ga. SMr J. .LtMow- ;i-s of othe ChOar!th seflera-;
GM77ughter, Bay-Shorert7-t.L,; epiilI, of he Charleston Nmwsr;
,:0. Dazalynski and family of "dsgr M. roster, of thi Nashville
nville. Banner; T. T. T toclton, of theS Jack-
Oity Council met in monthly 4onville, IPla, Times-Unioln Otitin, and
Son" Tuesday and transacted A. R. Hklderby, Jr., of the Richmoad,
Va., Disptch.
e busnessonly. V, Ilspt.
buines only. According to the constltution of the
Nellie Oorpew left Saturday for *rgauiiattmo, theassociation was form-
iville to attena the normal ed for the mutual te nefI t of the .meim.
bers and to promote the best interests
ifcJudd of Nangatuok, Conn., a of the papers comprlligw, the oragnlza-
resident of telrose, is in town. tion.
rpreases himself very much A Prminnt Mit commend
i with the progress Melrose has A Promlnfnt. Mlnsts e commends
he last fewyears. hambrlan' Coli, Cholera and
oi aream at the town hall on Diarrhopa Remedy.
ii b theades of the Metho e. Frn Davdson, pastor of
pn a.. a get s.u:ess A t St. Matthew Baptst churh and
ipply had to be made in 'the sideto f 'theoThud stf.J e o B.ast
g$lReds, wat Sa follote: "I have
ininstratlon of What COhaimbertr d4, Cbws fri'.. Oole, Cholera
ri Colic, Oholer and Di- & Diarro eievly fo ora.mps and
vhoea Remedy Can Do. atioi tshe ntemate and found it ex-
i of our cutomenlrs, a hIghly re.. :t # I fact the best ratp
cisisen of thipae, bad been Aoe al otmy parshioners h
Syeari a iufferer from oironi used It Witl equally satisfactory
iea," writes Walden A Martin, rebiOts." or sale by al druggist and
etat, or:f nterprise, Ala.h -- He d "m.e...""a
ed various patent plpratlions 'r SNTSRTBAIN PRIMIIENT.
ea treated by physiolans with- ..... .... ,"... ... .... .
3y permanent benefit, A few Exoutive Wil R Gilvn Genuine Cow
a ago he commenced taking boy Bre*kfast at HUfO, Colo.
,irain's Colic, Oholera and HIuo.-, ?ole., April 1t.-Thhe ms ioa
o. Remedy and in a short ,iAtio tlst Prlideat fiaoefl An
|llrely cured, Many 0li)e0s Oan opportURit$ to pflartake o agenutnw
i7rite who know the gentleutan cowlb. breaktt i.as a feature .at she

I*WQ* O PAOOK CC:'42: L r N s.^"
*otii Me'odist Publlahi._

'(wplew4^ i ~ be lssupd toduay
wtth a dl tti fWttst weekl.es, pub-
ias-a 0it-'Part t he count,
ib l Irnerendm vote
Zj the"fo'r''afor a lner'ger. o(
tbodit bpk ~eo tas outlined
,b+:,PadiatePi. lasL Monday
i*,t J pr1po06 0tCno o-y to have the
pab^tt ikwi.$t' w N -':-k, urw
tImztt lE t cht ato merst. biut also
Mitly ons eztt l agent install of four,
e at ptectzt. tbhe Uerger in madI
will be-t.!a!"te at the comln I
lt &Aigelee0% for the lo.
catin of the big lfubltbing house .s
* 8. Itas lor the .gSneral agency artI
other positIone fivolved, Including the
editors ..
The grlttatlpal depotitoree In any
event will renin St New York, Obical.
, nc a Boston, S a Asc,
Plttsour%, DMetrol' and KAni:ia OCty.
Saves T.wo From Death.
"Out little daughter had an almost
fatal attaok of Whooping tough h audit
brounhttia," writes Mrs. W., K.
Haviland, of Armonk, N. Y., "but,
when all other rimediei failed, Awe
saved her life w.ith. Dr. King's Noew
Discovery. Our 'nieoe who ,ad i co:.-
&murptinn t n tdvanued -tage, also
Uise this wonderful iiedici- i and to-
day she i perfect well." lDesiporaittt
throiit and ltim diseases yieId to Dr.
Kings Now Disevtry as to tno othor
VViCdione on cearitlb. Inilihh for
couighs and oolda. 500 and $ I bot los
guaranteed by all driggiists. Trial
ottle free.
Fital W ily. Quarrel.
White Pi$,45 U Y., April 18.-Tlri
coroner 9ha bee.t sumirnoued to Mount
Wisco to lnveetlitate a4 report that
IaIiaO .i.tutrom, a tablemann, had
llled bie white by cuitttagi her throat
and atten$pted to kill his stepdaugh
ter, who fl4 aid then tried to commtl
suctlde by cuttingg his own throat, T(ht
tom ni.ay retover. The killing it sald
to have been th result or a, recent
quarrel between the man anld his wite
T. #---l at a Risk.
| Arellable remedy for bowel com-
plaints should always be klept at hand.
iTh risk i, too. great for any one to
take. ,Ohambotriln' '.Ooloic, Cholesra
and Diarrhoea Remiedy ievvr ftils atind
whin reduced with water i, pleaftuint
to tike. For stile by all d riggists mand
medicine companies.


Dress well and keep cool with
our lttest patterns in Negligeeoo
Shi rts, Stu nier Hosiery, 8ummor
Ties iiad lIHts. Ak new ault of
light. weight clothes, ito matter
what slade, is the thiing for this
time of yvar.
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That anre really $1N) goods tihe
world over. They are cool taid

Fine Sho8es
FO. ladies atnd geRts, v
that cnatelh tm Ittirse..
aro stvasonablo,

anrd prices
Otur goods

TH. M. O ftter.
The Oittflt~ te .

Gainesville Machine Works
Can turn anid straight whoht len>gtu!
of $hafttng aid VPI.peutting
up to IS (rohesi,


tifyl to the truthfulnen, of this entertAlasel t during his brief nop
For sale by all drugiti t i i .a -eM, iS 4, w ll0 e carried
ld c i n e e o m p:u u0 L : . .- + O ," : .+ .' . *+ + . . .. - :. :* .. .

4 rtie chamb er tof.cott wta wlla ayi- stop b l
t ratnul election o o offiers In :" ttl t. ople est.ly
m!0 at, :tit^ as risiI

alk tA now being indulgeid is te f lXflf tt Sa, ftto et-
Athattcsdpkataathbcst own wh I
" will Jikely -be thet e nt ,pres .
A oig those mbl .provWn '.
iare Colonel 1 n
seaker of te T .l. s e t l ,W ,M wil

Athe bete s Atti n
_________ Iowa: t 'at tw e :v:bC

^W .,r.athe4. : Sl~tt t,4,: -

liirt~iife- -i I~~W^M^^

.... P. . WESTGAAPD, Prop, ad Mir.

tere s IPtmO CNJi n4 PooMisu. #ate, 4. V. w. WaMrotR M or.x
ts ite.vleoltleotartll 'i t
tl ise 'tihot (to II v ery tot1 .
no sip o a wo pysr-Wld

M. Atr etpe I r q aIrt 7 r:r
arecA6 lniw-lr Owes nbor-NEW PROCESS REGELED ICE
- d r1of lt1b, lH t~ ni..r ,
it. ro * a 'le)l w c. o a(4Os m .prow .ed )
.t #,
No lt", '.0 0 -t v*Cywft,* .i.* . .

Sto 4110 O1 11 'womrwk iomwa) td
liat Aii* eerie teIso r t, ,
'ODAKBf and


^w~ww M TAX tcnKSJP(I
|||B?|( -,o ^ AI^o~vi* A*l''~tl' ^Y.-


bihrchanti Lumei from 12 to lSoa.'.
lartbeleui4y Reebeeter, .. Zn.

Steaksr .Ph, t. -hop", O11a |ti .
to ord. PwooM B)Ilt e
Alltey, 1:50 W BW y-.is ,.: ;-.ai,;.:.' '':


4 'tA

I CY Pinafla In inWS.S iin- WS ~-1_

ESTABLIS[111D 188(

Alacliua County J

lAbstract Col"|

B. R. C6LSON, Manager,
il(JAINHV-I.iiE, FLlA. !
r The quit <,4lm or Title a
flirst coo .wi othrntl#.ar t
S linvetor..

? Abstract of Title
To any ple(e of land in
S Alaciiia eouily fuirnlshedl
on appeal tloll. '

And all .mallere (tngeron i
Ing the redemption of un
eaineeled tax certfilleat(,
attended to promptly.

BBI iB' ". '* **i ..","?.,?!1
- .4 ,-.

"otf +, ..^ +-i^

little .... t':,

ne,+w .

en pr sssr
~ee sa


I ;I

lU tWQ#; ...

South S1e SqureS GOa4

a lneoik.se aiW the bIlil fro
5, .W, PA TON,,

omttoi~^ Al O a t l
wth every setton o t nO AlAabn pta,

We buy or ast iture or tc uan o0 a #Wtae-
with .vi a\ tihe oouux.d on bura. Nwqsq+i.

A lFUi)D S. TAYVlOR,. .',l
Goo, V.W. I. V. ,
*P l^ H),rno a ^ .o...
PApigit lIA )INaA
OAlN1a$VILItA, WW RlDaD1U^-^':.||

A ont f or $1OOA'OltRS' WAlL PAWZR
MAN V.NowY ,. ..
cOW, U. WALkER *4v..', *an:tOS

Jaeksonville, 1loulri4..
WM,SC acIuSJR, PVopertot.
lI2 WV..Forsyth sat, Jaoksaouviflq, tis,
)pamailt Pnuotaioeo.,
lhst dining -ltte. In olty. PI
Winine, Liquors id OlA igars.

_-i-F w f -lWI 1IqTtO kitt- Of
JOHN Ml(NZIMS, Plor plor.
9)l 2ii W, liwy ut. ,-Jtta HoilUlnv i
1a1utl Iowr, hottli Rutl druit$htl. VIk
fa il to iwll Ion'tt who i a1JtlkMo

--Vlit tfm--.-
S, ARDlIEN. .,
STho Iomt. liquor tin tihe ,iy/. 0Kl4
tafinmoont o.very uag-lit at hoot< p
Theatr. .. ,
r Ifr O(,1( H1I.IAIUM .
TIN. M.IOt U PT 14 AT A$P U .-A X
,|. ... 01 m o

1 *A I as lir, e a a ....

licf ArendisntSalo mud Ct
Jaoksonvtlioitt-, Vl -o-uI4 *.

w I



threb mites ZItwo tA9o:rs, a thne oly
UU 1utei loneA t an thatt of the

On iitei, r Mn ai
sile a minute on partof the route. Oh
th3i$oalo e Look port elet ri lihe
^g |gboy takee fifty mtes an hour for part
otbeir tr and ars e biding to
e te that wou Icarry one 0rom New
i w'i* nto, FrarreaoJn two days or
e' 10as. Thq In ianapolip0 Le anon, &
UFrskfort railway, now under con-
*^I*N"| niat i tl-oAn, sa: atr x a schedule
^" tat 'clap:.for rnixbiuume speed of
n s0*iyniesan hours. The motors on':
bany Hudsou, He wotk up -to
-4 mua hour, a.nd the Nan-
saBi 4hraiei totforty. 'O the Lorain
I p flflty mielesi OI. the p j:epied Nlw
^^:to t$ev:mle:: anhouratoerie point':
olfled for,', iestt i onaby the.
-^ 1$ ^ ppKtal *^elerlo motor isea sting to lb.1 taken
^e| *, bt$4a 00 nsl4 a 't~qwi for the tfatre.
!t W. Illllard oe of the old.
a b nm ieslt camn moet nfluen tial citizens of
atDeoamore, died Monday and was
Slbttt4 at Ep'ttle Oreek ce, etery, nxear
SWaycrtsb, G Wednesday. Capt-
$ofl;'ard wa a captain :: infantry iJn

during tiheoivil war, and served his
JO4 tlp illla ontty wlth g rat. distinction and
her tu& aw o*.ble.ss h.r. _ _
e gw Geor ga will have two conventions
Orof of, d theh
64t0n %$ ichlta oo :ituteon .tof the loatie

etonea Institete in Ameroueron the
ofyi% b'oe o s -- -- -"
i I tad o tits tiotn. .hat o the. the.Am t-
n o pten .otF i eulin I lio te has d otided
I t *tat one egg per, day..per hen iis
I iroftalb P l e a ,A hean th-at to ,M tlay wo
dt:eoibcav geAlt t per dayv is simply throwing sotne
r after"t $ # othe hen out, ofa .job"
owei n 10r,' ih' a o p"noe, the sVin- -d
ad in o t h preige a TAnd KamsO City has gone Iepb-
the ttnxt stopptngU la Ott lilt tl In view, of the fact that it wa"
ai make hais prt to t i. b.A,. the- .lmera otio pltfornm which 'mde
,bye nae. am ti pas lo tho- the Inal s o City :fstonus, this appear
PNiKt of'A. lihth-'tratherungrateful; but Kans City-
Sionly distinction ,bein s le *ist r at a f their own.

,hlde of pouldpit aloA d as tie tleoa I iiO'i Uon*S theY .anot
l pa^": ewin ,;"eaiSd .......... .' t 5'i .:n o wreatmmo a '

h.-t o "wil l admit putt the rewvivse t io6 "t Itrepd lo th ar

o: .alte inw he a tdio ere 1heo if t rm e one way o credaf
mlte who eranno, ,be oed inan at othaIn by a n l latul-on
When on theSY a. there, tan thesb

by an apeatl* t passinb t ehe timel sao J Whend b4
dlm aion route. U&raw tmmb* tam y ar-
this hind "1 ppitf Work, W dth kg 9e 1 4 s Te h r

paThe ther day an.d th.e ar. few Nll a it I I s a ibr -ed t- a s
ea liwho will adrolt'tlat the r etrIas plhaani gtoroti.erie o box i fclban -

of84 seran o ther f ts thae.. t atr tnre oe by VeOtWrWtL

engolgye used ha'tauphael w:as tela s

gai ptsa otslanrtAte Nadt rintrt of man|aeat. 'hes of optedom wa tefeeto

K epita1.ttg. AfteNr *^*^**idl. aaa^i(Wte &tt

pW $dlag Altm th coungregnt ion o g etl msrft tbe; hav be reading
th Lovd ovam0e 4 n 444.. *. -
etk hesa id Ifo you cant *W. i
up a.y r c. s t:,, .oe

^are prhap **tw**ed;
erh beha pwrM.p q Ji pe^il*^ g,

( b .schooL 'Dr. .
"198 te the grsa, irar B trhool
with' G reme brutality ant4 yroeltiy to
o lea pilaodz mso alefes fha tLo oas
ila lcerl i 0 eba'ge th o har. l6 heoa
ow irh4e, so 4elinsiiially ubena charge

Bio uty n d Strength BOttll eio
Are dearable. You a re strong, ahd
vigorauP w.hn yqor blood is pure.
Mny-"-iaj. miost--wonmeihttU to prop-
ery digest their food, and so become
palesyallow, tiin' ndi weak, while the
brighness, treshiess anu a beauty of the
widn and cowlpktzxiou depart.o 8emOedy
3his unploasaii evilby eatIui nourish- 1246 to i
ing fooq, and king a small dose of 1 to t
Hetrbinei after each meal to digest B
what ou have eaten. 500 at Johnson

Str!kes Declared Off.
Yew York. April 16.-It is learned
that Pres1ident Biwhana1, of the In&
ternautonal AssoeatlonI of Brdge. and
Structural Irou Workers, has, declared
of the strikes involving 5,000 men .
against the American Bridge company,
pending a settlement of the difference
by "Abltration. The strikes ordered
were for the recoglatio-r of the inter-
niational arsoclato.i In .:this city, Al-
hany," Buffalo, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Pitthburg, Cblcago and otheIr uleag.

Jast before retiring, It youtr ver Is
elugglsh, out of tone and you fefl dull.
bhlnoe. constipated, take a dose 'ot
Hlood's Pills
And you'll be all right in the morning.

An, th moat tal all di


.... i "-'; . AT N

Ar Pa aer eftu de CoaliR
tmedia rcognied I

Sprin. and Summer

I p Ie t.i 0l tT ..

SSprin an Summ
Patnters and Growern of Long

St pl t3ei jitCotta wWU find

ito' tei t to cammamun-

amte with THE "C4KRON AND


tern, .


-1 s..te or: "w and boy
yen a -. pse. latbeatataics

B--- by9 Jo1
'or ~Ale by Job.

Br thers'Cash a rdr

Wholesale Liqfior Dealefrs. ;

>f Win. J. Lemp Blrkwing Company'S St. Lonis
,eer. Key Trade Our Specialty. Pric
on Application.

-I I

258 W. Adams st.,

Jacksonville, Fla.


TEL" 0E 1. OF
W,'IM X E I,








Air Line Railway.
SctrT) rLa ErricT-rivr. JANt-AltY I. 190.
S aS i 10 P Lv ...... .... Ja.... ..... J ,,-1. r O 5O 7 15 a W 2i
.... j. . ..) P 4 So6V .....
S4 & pa r ..... ......... .... .... ... ..............I 83 4 4 o a' 2
: A . .. ... .. ..... .A 1 a ..
a ..... a ,5 .... 1 ......... ............. ..... ..r., . p4 ,: 2
, iP S a ........ ............. ..... ................... ....... 4 S
14 Pl 4 Itai ....... .......... ... ........Dn a . ........... 10 v Pl C 6
5 i ........i ::C .......:.:::: .:... .'."...... .... 9 6 71
s . .... .. .. . ".. .. ..... .. . . .. 10op 7 Pi p i ,B
:4 4 V.p 7 1a
......iI...... H 7 r e. 7 10 a
L....Jack*oayil. ............P l t t........ .. P
8r 3r(,2in5... Ar .i ver a M U.ello 66 rP 1
? l 1 -.... ........ .3 i... t . A"T:5lal ee:2-..... .. .P
,eAr oln b.I ...-. ...... .. ....;..a 20 A. ujne.... ... .. .... ....., I. p
Ar Xa a DE TI...............4 to, a t 4 'A T Nh -:;o..........:..... .
-Ar- C ol ba..... ...... A......5 ) ......C .-_ 1 p
Ar *.tea tn t... ...........ih .S4a 1 a.eCt ..... ...........*-... 4i9
A~r Patb.........M.and II ed scf ...... .. .. btw .aon
A Nofa 66..sea ard Mai ......... .A.'ieand-T2pa.

t n Jack. ad Wao r 1 ro......... ai Pulm leep.. -,'' e ers be

trean jAckwa)le bad NE w Yor a iiig roon Pullman sleepers be
kon a a a I : k ....... .. il and Tam n .
a. f. ..... .. ......a l~ n -t t ,\ t b d ay .oal.'s a de Ja ck sonville,
and fThursdayI 11 .. ". 'I r ravo lr{ Takmpa u a. Tueri 4,iP
A t > ..... l. '.. 3 A a i4 a.... .........'.,-d. ..' ar
Train No. 50. Seaboad Eznzre. s. dra wing roo oom Pullman sleep rs betwe
SJackt -onil andV \ t. a estOrI l( t day coaches between., r aksonvill.
and Washington. Svi-Amlnhon0i Vtihd da ande Tw -ao
-a N W hir~g C af e. dinin e.are.ar \r'ic, fron iJa'kmonvie ,Train o '
carries Pullmanb I.ff N Mr4 St.p vw NtW J't'1 \ k sorlvilles d JaksovTa ilpa.
twv n Jaek.onmvie \Ie and art huraiv, Agen tWjaenW "rleeperi. be

s ferrl- iat., T(('r.t Ag .1'As sv flWanneel


.aI!,.8 and Jobaber s ..

Staple and Fancy Gro rie:

pal 96rde Seded and FertsHizer. :

lour dPa, f esthe)
. .. .. z :. ;

lBT fimffi_(amiliE

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7e IOII T i
i y ; * 'f .J '* iri ^ '

~sv~nsal4 ~., April 16.'-Tlr* S~ I
i.n*iab i'~oat of the rravelers' Pr.Otec-

INNM Wtp'tESJT t j
p~1Faliff54 of |Am e S S^eutsthelatitittal funtions. Unnat*
Sc ta t t 195,A uralgtati e bycathartics, copeS
hae iloyW u in 4 atei of the a reang es to
:ut Sheriff Win. ire IeMb theo or ue locar0 pot tt attain t est
S" kah :chNem re, the conventio.
........ TH R O U G H L f oC 1905, it she .rea ly w ants it "d
to THROUG Ft TH in eaie e t at to .aitre t. acrsa s on th
cation Occurred Over Qase of Forced Out by Trust and Fever, and every form f
yne Negroes to be Tlred-Winm leigh, *N .. April t.-Th te a Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter.
ims "Baley First $truck. Him Over ere t I, or u nltttg Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the-
ad With Butt of Pistol. PtAy has t tj he prices so low. Thetrouble, works permanent cure.
oera lawsuit at Newberry W'pes i latter dislbted 7,000 cigars free in FIFTY CENTS PER BOITT I*."
Id.ght, in Which. several negroes. 'R1elgh Ilast week and is giving a
Sinv p~e mu, oy and lirs to pu -For Sale lv Johnson Bros., G ainesville
involved,Deputyic herif Ba ha e. ?5 ? tis claimed. o0eers of thd l'0-
k and Justice Ti Bailey became company say that they cannotoa ..... .. ..' ...... ,c...-......
ed in a difficulty, wih ultedi pet- e Wtih the trust. :- --
|e latter receiving, a, pistol bal.- 4
d in the left thigh rud another in Due Notice is Served.. "t
"ight thigh, which Mr. Winn claims Due notice is hereby served on the
licted by the Justice himself in public generally that DeWitt's Witch ,
.eavor to shoot him, Hazel Salv is the only salve on the
nds interfered and prevented market that is imae from the pure, i
,rther trouble. Dr. Thomas Me- unadulterated witch hazel. DeWittsa u (
,of .Newberry states that the Witch Hazel Salve has cured thou-
a are not considered serious, sands of oases of piles that would not. M A
justice will be incapacitated yield to any other treatment, and this .
e tie. tact b ought out ma worth t Ga inesville, .Florida
ei e. eat|T c ooubterfeits. Those persons whoie t
r Winn was in the city yester- the genuis e DeWit's Wpite. Hro ael
dri from hirm we secured the fol- Salve are never disappoiited, because
Information: it cures. Bodiford &'MColluip.
KgWiunestated that he had been Guar d-l. Comrade. A N I N
Ped to summons a number of wit- eha ., Apl 16.-A convict
a in a certain ease, which he did. guard Iamed RItaiey was w hot an4d I.
orderr came late in the afternoon, stantly killed by another guard, 1ob5
itwas after the supper hour before GOrahan, ',Sund.ay ight. Raliy wa MR. CAREFUL DR ER:
itnease ,could be secured. When about .50 yoara old 'rnd from Klngtton;
thing was in readiness to proceed H is said to have ben.'i ft quarrel- You are reo tO.tf uiy
the trial the officer went to the some dispotlttio a 'c Graham, invited. to inspect our g father'
e of Justice Bailey and notified ipho is a youn~ man, to ths method
as it had been decided th bold the rotof defense ihoe It eha exonerate 11g O the
Graham, who:0isstkilhlfe 4 A 4,i KW SPRINIG S'rYL
t after supper. For some reason tRNGsYit LES
'ailey did not seem in the best of in
orwhen Mr. Winn left him. He A Physcian Wrlteo.
ed, however, that he would come "I am desirous of lkowih g if the Men's its, Trousera,
In. Winn returned to the postoflce, profession can obtain Herbino in bulk IJndeT" ear.
f if a.fw moments he states that forprescribing purposes? It has been en"' Furn.ishing's,
1ey approached him and began us- of great use to me in treatiug oases of
very atuaive language, at the same dyapepsia brought on .by exe esee .... .... ... en-.Li8 tS. Men'S hloes,
, striking him over the head with overwork. I have never 'knoi it' & C, c.
,a b tt W fall in restoring the organs a4ffcted, to, .,
r of a pistol. Mr. Wnn their healthful activity," 500 bottle whicll isthe most extend ive
Before drew his pistol' and shot his at Johnson Bros.
ressor through the left thigh. After --eon, assembly of gentlemhen' r ap-
SWinn states, Mr..Bailey shot himi- oecYnrk April 16.-aoThbe .p ehp0
Through the right thigh in an, en- that e- Croawn Pril.nc1sa L ml el avnd rs h nle.
or o shoot him Crown Prince Frederlck Auguetus, o MARC US ENl DEL.,
e'affiair is to be regretted, as both saxony, were to b, reeonelled and re lR N. .
cers have held public positions fora rnarrij~_Ahit.swee is deiled, according Endel rot,.' Block.
ig-time; and- hivehe I rt6ri 'icen to a World dpch fom n. ApLril''Atheenrh,- -
,very friendly terms, .....'i:--- erted -n .Dre .t that 0U, Nineteen hundred and throo,,
-- tUng would Oe aImpOsible.
Confessions of a Priest.
Rev, Jno.S 8. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,- pfe S foney aod Tar
ttes "For 12 years I suffered from C, olds. |nts o ^e1 ,.
willow jaundice. 1 consultedanumber __-INI____________ ......______
physicians and tried all sorts of
dicines, but got no relief. Then 1
an the use of Electric Bitters and j
(hat I am now cored of ai disea-"se
-t had inme in its grasp for twelve
res," If you want a reliable medi-
t for liver and kidney 'trouble, For thel Benelit
Minach disorder or general debility, of the e The clothing shown is from
.E.lectrie Bitters. It's guaranteed by
Sdru ggists. On A bo ssc Bros. & Co., BalMtiore
f.an PPor SCnO AL' the famous makers of the "Best-
Bo1.totn. April 16.--The e xecutive of.
r of the Aci-ent Or na of Ireland, Ing!and and Scot-I U I C HA
., commonly known Ia Great Brtt- their ar- 'TllitABtL ONL Gllari iW
as "The l.Bosld' of .1ri^rn." have 1e i''. g awwS I eii.w4
an appeal to the members of th FD ments bar
ier In this country to aid"thb pr- U N' 1 1l a
'struggle In Ireland for landi for this label:
., at'a meeting se, at OclpD,. Wll KitnFro
mty ongaan, treland, and TUEi S AY MORNING -, --. '
aed by tUe executive oicerst a "
a* in Ireland .prepar ernan of Letes, organer ot the FRIDAY EVENING M...U ED.
ia ing .and.
Chronic Bronchitis Cured. Refreshments served upstairs every
;'For ten years I had chronic bron- afternoon and evening. M usical pro- ... ......* "'' . t 11"""

e,,so.,. th I. tr ole.sNDERsNTE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

wa-ulous, and I am now cuv -ofrthe
.on m reomn.o maKietiaBells Brr Alatrm THE ONLY CITARTERED BANH IN ALACHUA CO.
pie have Used VFoley' y ad 00o)) )
Sand always with .atitfacti'on." :-- -. Capital. .... .... ......... o ,on
by W W lace's dru g ik e. le.trie Light ig pe .t pU ar( t ndiv i flt. .
Grun. i.dsr eXy AftmrB-eodlers. All. work b s m Inw ., S ga. $ Q. r o no)
wit th"'06 4t Taiftfgat|ing| the baking. o a WAil. oIk8 rtd iothEltl vIRS l isi
st.emb l, 1 wa resumed today un
.t direetlonl of (rcit Attone I'~--- ----- -
ase, A numr of wtn.,,-, .-. WALLACE'S W I N i. i0 H II I I
t b for s o the .nw.r. pru.oceeday; u"
s etdsofwh. on*r*e j)aXps .ip Jacksonv ille's F in st

pr o r R*i **I :s G i iw .ti:.. And .. -, ,

WiW eA3 $40, NOTEL
4- FORM `1014 ASMS4

o wantes, -eoo'n
b to. i on or ti ad

Do alnt.he St~a er ra
GlatnesvnIeI It oa. 4-7



nhst 4int fo tOr this trym 0i olitate', StM
tune loniRer Utmh etle, OtrOI telMOX
btiab m tttulaw l l tt\ worka nnshll obtslhbl@l.
Up so date-itt over "
detail and Un-
o cmiuaed; -
Sold by au. conbtlnutitly fto
without A lpgt afgl ltr. If yoI
want "a piani6 tor is litotime
service buy-th 0
Pt-ies a low a t oitqnsion ttt wit l:
Ocanr oonv e"a wtninl. Sient on 14.
i.trial We pay Itrielitt W i6te
totr. tpits 'TODAY.

Ludden &at
Southern Music Hoi.



Nails, Iron, Witro, Pipe, it
'ngs, Belting, Pakl0a, 0,.
Hlhi(hvinl Car l,,t,. 8old lnt
tqutr I.ty,

et One of Our ICatalguOt *.
Baird Hardware C


WAX, '
Highest Market PriS Pe

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E' puse *Agent

L. T. ALLEN, I .,' P. D,
OC)Af A:*D ]YaiU W i

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Iiil M" Aft6.06,^

-;Flo,, lai~1.,
:^1 .1at""Wpced
ofw i nr a."
tiingh the Noose

e4shsoM the employ.
!yieo to r*qSpiw
* Acit epaititee to
the *stitel stem of
^tw*toepova thereon
W teM, tad t
letorase actual tra.

s o4f te cos-
Ao their tiJs
W.. employ-..
Swes tall.ed

e^d $W.lE# *1 e $seM tiomi

tierei-Hll nti.j rpdweetisee:.. i
SrAat is tob

. too f,
T0i0re 0t "Wit *mhu,
taor o mt1t6, 44.. to 0atax f i, ;
seate or the calle p Me

enoiatl w of Wlni.li o iea h

aps t solmt iven iarois ie

tfw r that.the O4ie4 .,*tto 4 Oe'.,
tothe.ir;m nl t saasp. i ,. "
eior moiteyi oriw4ofli p *mmlt ;. :

tr Blon, to a and
It, chtgg. White a prmie atdse *I
y senator Sion, to tah Sreaatos. 5

;.ie mo rotee tae om th aGov- a
mg. lth a th onlaM < tone piit lilS lt 'li
, feldna an ela-soW gaine, 4a n

!,*Ipelutment of a pirsonso0nta'.
a prae. in to pas oe thae rayheai e '.:
or the Icdia siat '; Tit e #l lits tt

spttWeeto th bill. to aenteand i
Iote.llve irm the b OUsi and %-r! :

,that te lont omittehe otorhal i
Bpti y a a itlr and onid ao r peaitys ;

IL *.te en thse iaoas g ml
tylaviK 'oi a I .o t o ow-

Sap potintaent of ba prison eanl- i

f or b e o 40e r o0 n e
l tp~VK .e bi theoopv. ".1-
ri."p t ob tideation anad :
I0, tai! to pas ove r the ventor-. .
ISRi w m. tnn cottwi to rgtt
tiftanor aid elections and to

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r~ 1110W BOw PALE
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'4 stoo* 7 .7

iB teae mts. s .
aleta towe alts so twat

ttjy "' HTsa. I a'M h lI

.ad i asw.it t..... ( -i
:*: aoK aera tada. war eab

T lii Y a aptat.
WS, e e ffore telt "pi tkbe
*- op developed today, ae n ng the
*** tpaarta eu a afolmsu: |.
bo wlfA-- provide for the reia-
byteaee wa searweit State of
Wionas 1'Wa the aopey derived fim
.. h.ie in State ead n oanty pianraera;

apS dem pioo of the laseny orf er

, .I* : .. . :' tin .... .
afbsl .nm. of proied- provide

fior thel app liaison o te money oa
eiwed fron the o ettlemeai t eo t
Plorida aladin war claem. The m -e,

oae pTroids ar te i settemenit .f

0b0s4!. eIdeabonsto. of the tte. *
Ast, sa d iorw ale eorifiestso ofb
teadi and to preserlbe t e. 5Iar

mpe- for the troie glptde o cerlid-

von I pu tlnektoth and eve gsurvety-,
he mee o1 ieiprettes aad elaette pa-

*ast"w, bMidr. dao or or the r nbt I

to pretl e pendo ty for thie d civil
ea**ti r the pelat y proire h is lot w,
le Explbk(s for Benefit of Taxpayer.
Hts Position in thp Matter.

ordit S hiDn My at ent ion tax ree
been cald to llthie article ired on
S'lme of hiTh'e dei-Weepty on of yproes-
terday. sinCuetd t ar payer," it whied
the writer endeavoes to prow. that XM*
abbreiation Is adm naiable for a looig
sad evei hoperIanoa description of
pr ope rty, aid ss p u that I heolt
pi.e on the tax reeipft every wold,
erny panetostlon and every sunvey-
or's rods, chant, eonspassem, degree,.
mowite. ahd sednds, from the initial

point o downiX th lie to some otb-
1eue stake or eat r, and then follow
ap the description as per haa deed allt
0arscd the t st, wet, north and

o.th ibek to the starting point., and
after all i. done it woold take a ciril
eegiuaeer to tel) him where hi* lot was,
or if al his lot watos hit tax receipt.
I sosteod that all that i required on
a tax reeipt is a deseriptjon of prop.
ary nsoeloen to locate it by ard pro-
4tet it froa sale, or if sadceentally
Iold, to establish prtoo that the taxes
had tee duly paid. I he t axpay-
er's maa heads s receipt and the
rsei alpt ludeas to one rmounre lot il
ueM particular eob*-dllsion of see-
sticd,. 441santeotu own, gver, Mn.
pah wsa tax roll whish 4escribes the
propew.ery foir tat year, that this Is al-
thai .eold be required of a tax reeipt
and it ias entirely s *aate of time aed
pape to do moe. than this. Who
wuAl expect a tax receipt to do nmoru?
e taLly appreciate the fact that sonte
aie ete t lu4hbi*th in settlement of
tals. this sea n4mote than taual, not

sake, which in many instancws the
tiaxpayer was set aware that such oe-
l.irat of valew as o' agaim.t their
property, l X w a.e these sale6 to
eens repeat .ywar; after year tap to

~aleoas county by this roling .o X

*ssttaiaf or .eliie afty of lhese lands.

eer. Ift ssawb" ias dialotied
if, ,Nis ve, tui> w tise
( nlsJl aw, he will ed ID t back
$ 1^1 ye^1';''^a^'/to oh1imee '

ailesille & Gulf Railway Com
isaffivillle 0'

Time Table in effect January 4, 1902.

S- .
Day lNo. 8. No. l No. s.I
d Jaily Daily. STATIONS. Daily. Day:.
' 0L r P [AX j1
7 ..;. ...... ... .... ....... ~~r e .......... ......
S ... .... ..... .. o.......... ... ...
8 to ..... ... ... Hickman...... ... ... . .
8 -- ......... ....... ake imooton.... ....
8 ............. Mi opy ...........
8 ........ ...... ... .... i oo ........ .. ....

S::::: ---- ...... .... ........
r .w. .. ... a:e oota...... ... ... ......
sA r : :: ...... y Powt.... ... ... 5 ,
6 ...L. 6. 1 4 .Rocky Pint....... 5
10 ,, 0"',6SOU 3 ......-- m i ...... i0A 9"0 00
136 66 ....... Ballamy .... 4 5 84 :230
1200 710 710 ....C i 8 ..3. 84o : 14
1 t0 718 OAr7 .a raha.... 82 8 17. 1
.Ake But er,: .... ....
.8 *- *ak*olleOJ. & e w 7 *****.,,
.11 0 B G .. O F. A 7 0
goo s Talhss F0 t P..& 4 p 16 ..

.. 5.... 0 ,4 10.oo . & 0 5 .
Ir .....Atl Ian C. of Ga. .. ..., 8 0 .:
Trains 3 and 4 will not run Abetweel i ne,. y -svie d redu
L. E. BARKER, General Superintendent
J. F. HILL, Agent. JAS. M. GRAHAM Presidnt.



I" SeeId orLint, "a or S lijuo"I
Advanice made. Warehouse charges fr. a iers
m-uade by letter or Wire" Corr.. o ,
ence .wlIcited.





Oar Spring

Dress Fatrics

Since last week hundreds
of ladies who know and
appreciate quality and
daintiness .in spring and
summer Dress oodshave
visited our store. Their
verdict has been unani-
mous that our stock is
the most varied and best
selected ever shown in
the city. We have all the
new things in White
Goods, Lawns, Organdies,
Dimities, Mulls, Swiss.
etc. Call to see us.


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cott was waiting hji t ti e
window where 'he :ated
for) Chicago. Jul aHe f
i.0t4 very pretty jirl, i)4
not help overitearing the co~e
;'hetoo, wis bunin 4I
Iago and wanted- a ber)h a0we
had madee a mioake in 1'h
at necessary to seculte a sleper,
hen the ticket seilex e4 t
lditional $2 she ..discovered t *t
se was empty. It was an e,4'
paing position for the girl, but
was no help for It, and she took
road ticket and passed on to
uitng room.
could not help:. noting the out-
'HIr bought his own ticket tnd
the girl standing in the ad.-
room examining her empty
mpathles were aroused; she
1forlorn, and he thought of his
'Gslater and wondered how she
I under similar citirumetances.
ttled it. He walked quickly-
er and, raising his hat, said:
me, but I could not help see-
trouble you wera in at thi. tick-
Hw. Won't you allow me to be
ker in the emergency?"
ked up at him shyly. He had a,
qneat face.
Khank you; but I don't like"-
|urse you don't," said Rod; "but
Yyou Bmy card, and you can send
ney back to me when you get
face brightened up. "You are
44d. My father was to have been
e, but was detained at the last
t. I thought I had all the money
ed to get home."
1i, I fortunately have plenty,"
od, "so let us get the ticket."
course he saw that it was in the
ear, and it was natural that they
occupy the same seat.
'as all too soon for Rod when the
had to be made up, but he ar-
that they should have break-
says he ,will never forget that
ast, Hie never did know what
|ered, but he feasted upon ak pair
y eyes which took shy glapees
the little table. All the 'time
as trying to summon up courage
I1 how much he wanted to meet
ther hour and they would reach_
I:destination, the pleasant tete-a-
ould be over, and he did not even
her name. Rod was getting des-
y the way, do you expect any one
|eet you at the station, or may I"-
|h, yes; papa said he would wire,
uo see, I won't have to trouble you
trouble! I know you don't mean
I It been a great pleasure to
I'1 I 1could'--
inlything more, Mr. Scott.
many obligations to you,
tprll write you when he re-
r Rod! He wanted to say more,
politeness prevented him from
lig a matter which he felt might
wrass her.
en the train pulled into Chicago
ie saw her affectionately greeted
!elderly lady, he awakened to the
tiion that his pleasant day dream
I was assistant freight agent on
t. and A. road, with headquarters
Saaha. He spent a week In Chlca-
.d on his return home he found
liowing letter awaiting him:
Rh'i-My daughtert hba iven Ae
card and asked uae to thank you for
courtesy to her when she Was re-
tborne. I inclose drat for 6.
I will rglmhurse you for the amount
opened on her. The general freight
of the road. Mr. iFletcher, Isla Very
d of mine. Kindly rememUber me
,an4,nd*henever you are in Clilesgfo
Sbe glad to have you call oa .one
truly. JOHN Ii. M.A8ON.t
rs astonishing how ruch Miten-

Chicago end of the B. 'and ,A..
jequulmd. Rod fostnd it necesauy
ke weekly trips there, and he
failed to call and Inquire to
son' health and incidentally to.
thbe hospitality of the Mason
she or the gray eyes, always
ed the guect with such wioning
that be thought be was in p ras.
O. one. such eveflii aibe'wf
in iod Scotch b llNad wlth: tbe
I, Lasale, could you to* me er
over bher .as she at at tlhe
*i, lookingg. into thA ilyr ejs
iturnd toward hm,' .
his answer these ands sealed

.iat lite later. a arr.liti y wis be-',
Sa *rd te s`ta A A oW

.,f*e PO L *

A ttjC'x^ -:9so t *eisOa I

o A:. EW:WHYS.:' ...

'Whby do many employers ay tha.t
elerka are a stupid it and unworthy .|
their consideration '
L:y maiany, clerks look with en y
On their employers and rage over ever
corri tiUo or harp wo6 r ? ..
' Whr y0 'many persons beb e b mo
courteously and kindly to outsidora
tlanm they do, to the ones they really aot
love the best of all? S.
Whqy do many men laugh at women ,
laielt of business, ability and yet sanee
and rather look down on the woman S1l
who show's she has some? 1
Why do many children resent any 1
thing their parents say and look on
themt as bores and long to be grv'n up
so as to escape from them?.
Why do many rich folk look on tbhelA
poor relatives as being always on thed
lookout fotr favors and so prevent the
poor relatives from giving them iIttei
presents or being, naural with them?a ,;
I WhV fin- 11i



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sto i 4rsed. Theole i a
etaesiinawrite hIr, jeesr
ciuriig ust.B ucd
'60ou tattns Free.
P bail"oebo. severe pains
L ocuiang itlut. I coull
without help. The uso oe
y and( Bie liacNlmo Cure re-
.*ONER, ] no,,svtile, Pa."
Ask forCool, lluok-Priee.
SSure Ott ro C irculttr.P l)
UFonner. HrEdonla..


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rootnt. oinotit tr ntU eluh omptwiuste.obs iervation an diubwt talrs i etWeett J, i w 0
Now Y, rk. A 'rtv'qvs.mllyv oxoex t Mot ytm : lt0 i tt1ilbtl xavi St ....
No-,. U tt 'iil :11 'N wv Yor'k itli i''F< tirlj Kttta t 'os.' T, lhiliat rawl riut rtt>*lftlitln
tolintng1 'ars i>( \vt ni nt 1 ,i lst oivi.llt atli New Vort. Cao.ets'& bttWOn J k. oalvlUle n :
tili tli>l, Dailyv. i*t S' .
NO 1it, 31 IkI i t I\V iitI!toV I aIid fllorlida ttmltted. tlin n 'drawsir itoot n Iadepw
tietw'Vti,)ii el,ovnilV e nui New i ork. U io hes between J hto9 vni lU o a 'I tashi(itA1 irto L.
tayilH Iuvtw 'oll ii1 ,>t u1w> .'jti to., itl!. ....* .
No. Through the\ ,a of th*e $Aky'0,
7 a .... ....................... ;.. tt.,.f.t ........ .... ...- . N *
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IS hop Avr .....n h .

Nows, 2 and i p- l' lnlltimut O r1w ing ronad Im iuei t tlnt 0 beittCtwOw u It 1 tatUl i Ui
.C m citnl itil ^ :, * ;:'1.,. ;^

for their wives and family, but neve )vATIA 10 .5No.; ,lnuack 1 dtlNo
think how the wife would apprecelat .h ." ,
an invitation to the theater, a littlp di 910 It t7 4hi ky. t th .......y .,..... .,. .
vier at a restaiutant, a box of caudy or s t> A ............. .. ....... .... Iit M.o a
some flowers brought home tin aked'-'. ,# 5 M ; ar, Aihint ....... ..............'.... I
Chicago Record it d. a s A .Dltol, (I.............. .,,...... ... v. Ii
_i_____ ______- ____d, __ ..tt. 94. 31t A r..lhtuito'ti ita.T.n....tt. r...l. ...,.*........ 0. 3O"
"0 A 11 t 0 41) i Ar. l xlnwttni. lKy .. Q. & 0' ... .'... .... .. .. &0 1yaIo
6 SO nA v Cedt ti e T t. -- M ...... ..... .,..... ..... .. ... .
Apr6posof mottoes on houses, a 00 1e AT 5i IK CANDY j S.) a ;'w i. v. 'vti.olo,.......r. ,' .,:......... ,,,o.. ..Ar. a
respondent of the Westminster Onaft pIit iut. P 40, fn aste. iood. I oOo d S ),P 7 l ait Ar. t', I i t. l ......'. ia'our........... -. . ..... i
relates that a man in t6cotlad wished 0 104t14 11"iM ri i. .v. t1, Ihut a1 }pl.. o... .,.. P n. li a .. ......... . 04r,
to -ave cut over 'the door. of a Maw u "i s (1 to. e.017. tCt o It aol'aw TOY. k.U & At. ttlo.io
house the text, "My house shAll be K P | I1 nlffn PI A6 't0f 14 IA. (ntitmttonio,..... o* .t)IIt.....,..\A
called a house of prayer.'1 HIte left thI U I. UU UL E 1 1 ^I Ar. C o ......... .O. I1 i t.Von.. ... ..... ,. .
workmen to carry out his W slesa dt i- 8.....i.-.. 90 ti9 1 4a i'v. ('iciiopilt, ohio. ,.....-, i A ut pt 0 ..........- Ar. P
tng hla absence, and on his retUrn hi M AND W OMiN. 0 l A) Ai t.i'r< o .... ..... ...... ...
horror was great to find the quotAtion -. .4. 4 for unnalurs At..
completed, "But ye have ade it a deni c.Intltmat s on4 p Lv. Ctttinsta :hi.-;*..:A 680 a
of thieves." "W e had a wee thing makl' r elto .s it. orn- u r 140 .. .......a....t. a '' ...... ......... '. I
room, ye see, so we just pit In the end m ""lnlenv., lad nou t uriin 8i 0!tt Lv. a( tln in.tl.t t tit ...... it 11ou1 ... o ........... Ar. .
"oom or poionousoii. a o' the verse,'" was the explanation iT* l wN ; "W- t y t
en____l ...0 l O O r 'TOip m Ar. .I< ..... ... . '..:..... ,: ,,:,L 4 -
on by the Bible loving Scot. u -4-W.--8 T"i t a ,'I .viii,,in y '" . . .
," ... .tt -he U ul s- ult -. ular tit OnI r-. qtOWC l .r. ':.. :.. r33n Ar t, lo lf, Mo ....... ....... ...... ........ -,, V. 4
S- .. ..t t -I ...t. ... .... .. .. .l r o. -- ... ... I. , h . .... .. ...... .. l ." -.. .... ........ ........ .. A ri
"4 ow can you afford to give away .-.-..- --- .-...... ............. ........
asked the man who dined cheaply at 1- 0 llE P U IO -o nt "cU utte. twao
(nd 'lC nirutit, Arrives4lUlyiexieptiM the little German restaurant around We, the undersigned, bherebly Agreo trtwit wroneiu.ti Arii armto1 hi otto tvia tt4 o .1oriv'to';1 t iolveuinti via hyurit lii1
thev I'rntweiivlvartu.a Xlit, tti. t h I n Ii tyob O tr'toIth t( I .trlv> l to.illlt. lrA.ti. lte uglil sre
the corner to pay 1,000 to any manufacturer of ,i Penht.ivanttt ri iewt inl try' orio(lt m. ar tAlo Iu wilal'. rit-hirtity \ ura tttiotruyl
"Ah, but you forget they make the pain t who can show, by mosilar tests .. Puit.milWn tllt.).ii(l oat'i to to'trlt.! .7 .
awful thirst." said the proprietor. "The NoN. it t tidt the ,, 1 Itird .' So lott v ibnite tta,," snoli i'imtiltte '. Jl tlt.nt Prnwin v t i
alliLI, *.i,.l lni l rl^wlthf^ y panltt standing Uponl allky metal 16io cit Mrt-4 o rov irb riul llntliitco-wr lit t !, Ji -it awful thirst makes trade for the bar. altly pit standyg up tir saty oetal -I i.i 'ut iitintrttintit tit tuo, oars to Ii 3luot Vim 0. tI ttn&tit ny
Is it not the clever idea?" surface as perfectly nrd for at) long a i ,t I iv .
"They certainly do make one thlrsty," time as our. '.liiat Jatkonvtll atm KKRaS (alin 'I
said the man at the table, "I fee l RAPHITE ELAST'IC '*PAINT. ., ., ..
those I've eaten already. Bring me"- We guaranteed (RA I'HITE .LAS-. A I S. .. I .
The proprietor's face was a study, in TIC paint to contain nt tar, rosin, as.- M t A. Ai i ... : i00 i
expectancy, phal~um or any of tlio product of a4i i it 4 4 A r, A.i.toi, Ala,,..... .
"Bring me another glass of water -- etrole n-and W et ,,lt plied ,io at-y *.', tt it A'. iti>'t itim. Ai,, 1. 1 New York Tribune. p role'm.n d Wh e n il Ari MI'n;lA) 0, 1 Ap nii 'rlVq .i .,, iv ...
New York Tribune. u U rface according to our djrections to .... 't A> vn .. M O. o. ,v I 5 ti
... i -.i ...;.. .'~. .. .wear perfectly for it perIod or tiv ( ..... sn LV, I l:ori.tiiei ''otiln.... .. .... ..... ..... t, a ,
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SpSt :

Atlantic Coast Line
m league Tcket l-
(200 Pr 1,009 MU ),
Are good over the following lines
pob 6 il.ll e ocr.;ieu k l owon

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A Oonvenient Method of Travellig.
w. $. .RAIx 0. P. A..
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The Florida

Fruit and Tru k".row t.
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,Iyear, anc we agre to m rni m reem .......... .. l
charge, allall pait sw t sunry to rpnlint u vn, i i l urI h u ari I ii. i tt- .or'. t :l'
any surfatce where i t. i:t proved do.- IDi)l gg ('are. .\ply Lt< alny Ticket Aatlt for I t,'itnrvltis.. : i
'fetiv. ignd. I. (;AoY, wI1. Pa4s, At, ills W. Wa s t.,. Jarntvw v Pll .:.
The National Paint and.Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A. I

We take pleasure in aniaotfnrcing that
we have secured control for Alachua
countyfor the sale of tloe celebrated
GRAPHITE ELASTIC ( -(gonerrall
known as .Uncle 8amt paint.) Thil
palit has the higher "t. endorieimenits for
tin 4Id iron roofs and all exposed
imetl .
T. THOMA8 H.. A 1.. ('0,
talnesille, Fla.

Fu nishing

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Loia i: i: ^lle&N ivile` d '

Qu iok $ehtduil',. to... A U
I .M VotA.L, Ci hl AGO T
x val cui I A i. t1
0?. tOIFhIS, *04 All I'Ao"a
W~et*nd N4ttis.
*..*..... iT . hI'A l** |- ., .! 0 ,
o Id aii VOire.,iAt 0004t 0'Sfc*4 g 'W







pr:g e00'.r'the" emO40
.t ; ill be haz.dlrlpnd M o, t
*n4 you will bh indI

Cropl, espe.ll7 t,,e ben,
section, and t etes that be< I
eig regularly froin t oab M -
iMr. end j Mrs. J$ eis X4ldet'
:hlle are rep.Jolong over tlhue. 4* It
a brightt baby bo4 hth cam: '
lighted their hope ye.4teday. ^
parents are eslsewerlyif proudi tlne.
is the first boy thl s t idr
41n, with otherftrie4as, extends I a-O

Mr. and Mrs. L arker and trp.
A.. L. Stringfel loW departed : t nigh
for Atlanta.. Mr. .Btarker a been nt
ar tring for the pasfeh eekt. a wih
i 40lill0alono, of thel 6110e4 and. e'
will, go 'under thet'treatrit Vf ''t.
l i.'inthell Geiorgit'acitygn I I i
.4.t.ion ia relieved. .o: : ..l i
attention is directed to the change ouri
Salfdvertisoment- of Marous Endel- si
-appears elsewhere iii thais issuit Ar i
1aeWl is advertising 'the ebloems a
S& Co. famous line of.olo Eikng
he sayals the. heat ni the .J *or :
1A0 devotes some space to e~u'
the late4b styles in. fourn hn *
a toiAk., and says he has the ista '
nhe lIait ever shown in Gaa
j 4a~qrd stomach m0ay causeIMP,
"' htale- W hen the.atonris4 ;

inanaesseL' oansmn a sn unac ro

B, 'SUof the a 41t4, He sati.thed
~ 4$ ~e ~ "~Ph, x ino to e .ain
181hWstes apid thtos no 'rla,.th"
Mthe i eb ~ t )1'U girl, and the
Coa4Z$**4 J~kba he 'lH'e M td he schild deeil with the"
77" eo t tty pl conundtm 'Utoight. ou tquqstion was
Itf I-."''Is that b of you the pride
ii y Iena id oi you. elty or is he a peril to ito Pride
o w '~g 'this cownery ablo"ut. 70,-
UAW04000 Qfeopfe, of wm 7000,000 are

0a 1ne ye rs of age 92o000,60j These are
S4alt the tci~ogf our national tree ta ithe
0i 1time bud :loso.an4prowse of it traitor.
ftom 'ailk edind i s question foh discussion-
8,1 L bIV .VWa- was ubsitfantialy "whether or not our
A:f'o hnotf nale eo as begun to' die at the,

p,60 O:.ditotesid- Con in g, he said toe grWatent
(@ atit e y moral onfi: Ato f as er ountry'is jst now raging around the
e I Cham rains obt; thu i who getss the lrat 1-
orUtt preslo on the cUld life aecures' the"
on.Sr sale by'd vlntge grol4und of the hil entire.
i6i i." : da Re-.H . bl-s r1oateo, certain customsi
otsiguh ii city yesterday on habits .d crimes were moving down'
A0 his id home i' i: eMokin, the scalebft age, for instance, peniten-
hewLp'ai4iva-w d -yi toy-^feeVse- are-oure prevalent
among the, merest tots of boys '-now
$t, the stoneouttrv, re than they 'ere twenty-flve years. ago.
Sron nanrle0 In vie:. w of this t lie asked the quets
b54A' e'nE e4 ha pttnp tion;': "Hiad npt khe time come when.
i on ii beEasterin by the tiehip of this country should,
i3tX Ma" hq.tilre ioto the particular causes
i li a e e he which re all ork developing thus rap-
ei* -t u.baei bee-anIdyi- or01-in0i boys on oure hands?"
gti~ tisfi netig kta a4 every one hundred
is`Ntb 1 ned" on the betiding child orlminials Ieane from hoies of
.4" drinki ng p, rentsI,,. .This bel.ing true, the
II I Iwar of s s looking liquor troao, fostering l it does the.
hi h sDs Iinterett he. H drinking hab.t of the homes. of the
Smo jrotsperous season a cntry, ois the most potential and
S e n s tat then dre ey n the produe-
ANt ort li d, a llso m o gttol ag l no imiu h boys, and as such
enteo d ed ha mo e oen 1 5 shoti be blotted out of existence.
: : tor Taylor concluded his lecture
Oy Afing tht4' -he most potential
##k uSbI bw agenqilookingtoward'the degeneracy
t A ,iWr4 XL .0 *te ven s of of boyhop4 and young manhood ohar-.
pryingawor ir Svensi wh has been em- "You do not ma.e that boy of yours
|i ka 4 fweler In the establishr- n4la," be declared. "You cannot
of "o. 1:Tt Yo:,,x i'gh bu an'natiou a whit higher in charac-
Sp Oreh4 the bOusinet ter than is the character of the home
lt4 beun pit"d Wth ... inder the government of the nation.
S A tlsie oh Li b1* t If lawl ness reigns In the home, law-
i' El l, J...*... i (d G1inei- leasuntyeat will reign In the State. Ift
e|t: lt.h popla sad co i it y does not6ind the home law
0ad 4il :ubt e4noy torhe a. he wtilt not rmind the State laws,. If he
..8 evades the l 0home .law he will
it vile friends of ievade the' lw of he elry, the State
Sy limoe are glrad to wel. and the itioii. You need not expect
il boek t this tlty, h. ld a better enforcement ot law-In the
SIt: it.1oA i now residing country uitil a better enforcement of.
ki4 il I has purchased law is secured %ii the average home."
^igl A of scAohua county fr an Doctor Taylor llstrated thia in a va-
)944 awiRn iuschisn attachment:, riety of way5si '
As the itmpWlifed tukerk and Tonight Dootor Taylor will deliver
k^ hiphon be attahed readi- another lecture. Hi subject will be
"0i10e. The apta 46n .sys "Miorobes and ~en, or the chemistry
nest thhit In the 'world of Its of Alohol." The lecture will be at
i .t et Methodist church.
th 4he i't 4 : Saved th-e Lov0ed Ones

d m*.:', the besr ^ t's *r al, olu monia:t,' allmtena*le..
Ili!I7l7. 70r B d

|p~tort l go 0iont ,k oat r $ aro a *6

11440 ofp.ted J The qrnsd U oErao .
*&A thvnM4i genL. I.n speak of the e 'tion at theoi
rsmp^ Da.4 *qla oreda l *ht tt toeetimotfios ouMaa y o.i 1, Toes-

4 k 5Si *t deit W tnpsny se lfl .ae.ne eand byr
cih spllMN bI* the lteaeio of o*rea'an t^e< .
rtan. ?l a tera y st this was an *rfor which we are glad ts
will get& Kmr Abreaw w$ e*W drn Mr.
-' b4N9#^R?11o1 s^

p v, 1'

flitlo ^ h | sineayiile d ery, t r,
4aftrht rIRln:id he",ng hin wars, hy
*s a ori mpe to: "prcas ae and elia
thent ^^ith a hee barow, wbe* he
wot0 4 Ler 1eh ole t eo hissto ters,
llie bulinewso grewto swhb an e:s
tent that be was compelled toe duscar4
tha wheelbarrow process of delivery~
purchasing f horse and buggy. HUe
proceeded on this course for a time,
while his trade kept constatly on the
increase, ahd finally it became neces-
fory for hit tpo purcfa-t a delivery:
Wago'. T4e vehicle served his pur-
pope uptil two years ago, when he
was compelled to secure another
wagon. A this tie he placed in com-
mision a fine vehicle, which was con-
structd, to order by Blpnson, Roux &
Co. It was of' modern design, and one'
I pon which he secured many compli-
g utp'w .the business of this ener-
ge$i1c young baker hpa grown to such
an tentt that.another wagon has be-
Coine necessary, and this was placed
in service Saturday. It is a neat, sub-
stantially built vehicle, and was turn-
ed out by, Benson, Roux & Co. The
top is of canvas, painted white, the.
body green and the running gear a
Carnineri which makes a very pretty
effect. This vehicle will be used for
wholesale delivery,
For liver troubles and constipation
There's# thing better in creation
Than Little Early Risers, the famous
little pilla,
They always effect a cure and save
doctor bills.
Little early risers are different from
all other pills. They do not weaken
the system, but act as a tonic to the
tissues by arousing the secretions and
restoring the liver to the full perform-
ance of its functions naturally. Bodi-
ford and McColluhn.
Mrs. Brewer Brought Souvenirs of
Visit to South America.

Ju8T RFO kp:
NW Lo # 69 3tp0ods

Embroider d Fronts
fo-a.. st-sor:: ): ..-

Novelty Linens
.For Skirts and Jacket Suits
Warranted Fast Colors.

Lin(oi Weist Patterns,
NOvolties in Neckwear
speciall Vaelus in 5 and





A *

After an absence of several months REAPJIW ''
on a visit to her husband in South.-
America, who is engaged in railroad H AY RAKrES
engineering, Mrs. W. T.' Brewer of -----' !..
Waycross, Ga., has returned to this PRICES LOWEST
city and will be the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Annie Brown, for the next few TERMS RIGHT
M1 '. Brewer while absent made the Thomas Hdwo & Seed 0oi,
besr. .f her timt, so to speak. She en-
joyed her trip and sojourn immensely,
and collected a large number of A NEW GAS ORDINANCE. .l
curios- of that country which are
worth preserving. She speaks inter- PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
estingly of the stay in South America, Be it ordained by the City Council of
and in a most Impressive manner re- City of Gainesville: f
latest a little history of every relic she Any able-bodied married man w,
priced enough to retain. shall neglect or refuse to provide
Mrs. Brewer was here for several wife with a GAS RANGE thereby i
days prior to her departure for South pelling her to spend these hot dyoalt
America, and made friends who will pleasant evenings in the kitchen o
gladly welcome her again, the hot coals, shall be" punished b
After La Grippe-What? prisonment in his own kitchen, witl
'Usually a hacking cough and a gen- coal range in full blast, and shali be
eral feeling of weakness, often lead- compelled to start all fires at 4 a. n. ,s
ing to fatal results after the patient is that he tmay be r ady for 8 o iel
supposed to have passed he danger breakfast, until he shall providelsi '
point. Foley's Honey and Tar is wife with said Gas Range, to save label
guaranteed to cure the grippee cough" exhaustion and trouble as aforesaid.
and make you strong and well. It (Signed) DOMESTIC FELICIT
never fails to stop a cough if taken in Attest: -TCFLC .,
time, Take no substitutes. W. C. GAIN'aVILLE GA C0 Chairman.
Have Been -Transferred.
The Rabbit Foot Company,
RI. L. MeKinstry and -C. 8. Robert. The Rabbit Foot Company. I'
son, who for the past three years havo an aggrgaon of led ocal and
been connected with the Fruit 0row. strum itatl uOf ical artists and Ibto",
ern' Express in this State, have been diaut1 u ,ir thi dir ction of Pat Chs*c
transfOrred to the Armour Car Lines, ti ar inder canvas itio n thisfopa t
and have been assigned to Lake City lastigtto a goodr crowdanvas eenthi
and Wiltmington', N. C., respectively, a very credit tle crowd, present. g
Thtse young men left Jacksonville pay is ruel o'f taidh ent. To
Monday for their respective headquar. eo-ad y isad 1 t o. hel oldest ion v
,tere, where they will work strawberry clever.t oyed is
Ohipmentw, which are moving very
heavy at present .From these two see-' Broke into House. -
tion 4 the wil .probably be shipped s. Le QUiin of Cavendish o Vts "wWQ
withis the next thre -weeks frn IaX) robbed of his us.toiary health by V
to 00 erts of strawberries. vasion-of clroic conT ipati.n by
,:Both Messrs. MeKinstry and Robert- I). Kifig.'s New Life Pill broke .i
on ari to be eongratulated upon their his house, hi trouble was arre
proltion, .but it is hoped their ser- now le's entirly 'cuare Rd. '
fte< wilI be retained in Florida. guaranteed to cure. 2e at all !
.p '0 .U..f.r otored" Teachers. --

Souncil iS in.
, AM norl fotr teachers and prospect. There as
,Ive tecolr prlp-r-try to the Ju-ne ti rng C ty ee- ting -T
a a- t T normal Juie tngCity Council las night
e tm with a itii e noal rll be hich, t he Aldermen-elect were p
ithte Scientific I'prondci eat an.were sworn in. Owing tol
ate~ io themost Proficiento saeo lull report of the o..
3. ti,4 to ,i be bn o0.f the
t ,-S" *f "or tomOtrrow :
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