Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01864
 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 21, 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: VID01864
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
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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best ei s the ment 4brtltant M ay
t Made to Robl Bank at r a Whole M tonia May
Wampum, Pa. t a shot 1llnlesl r
SMrT. Reed had *Ia q been qnecteon
OFi,' THE GANG KILLED. wlh the t" i eb nwsaiers of AtUsn ALY'S SYM A"MV IS BOUGHT.
ta, moat of .hls wvorxbeng done on he .
d Succeeded in Breaking Into Atlant oa situt, Upon the S He Attitd i te Balkan Question.'
lli. of which he Shone with excepUVtial v R Auti
4Iking Rooms, but Had Not ability M. tPrevent Russia and Austria
4* 'tifing ability. "
ed Drilling the Safe When Di. The dettaaed was widely known not .frm Advancing and H"lping the
at Their Work. only tn newspaper c lrctes. thtrughowt Spread of Hellenlam.
the country, but. in all walks of life,,
Pa., A4pil 20.-In a battle and numbered wa r ftienda by th* t Nme, April 30-Ptlvte advices
s1Anuneuecessful attempt to ere. He a noble kind, generous frm .the revoluttloury committee in
1Phi*t0 Notmonal bank of this and his place 'ilr he hard to ill in the Ete Balkans stateltb t preparations for
ti. this morning one man journaltatlCldeld. .a : i.urr a tioto. ie ready. The revo
KIled and another seriously Wallace Putnmt Reed was a native ittoarWy coit e aert that the
+The dead. man was one of of Rockdale-: county, Ger gla.. ia hollo'oMatl0oedoinli l riPe, and asks
ar; and has not yet -ben wa .born 54 years al. aiL his early fre the asytnpthy o' Italy. In gov.
.- The wounded man was life was spent in:and ar6u!d the town ernment treles here little faith is ex-
ilouh1by, a baker, who asir of Conyeor. Se father Wa a carpet pee in 'a general Insurreetion,.
t burglars. while at work. His ter but poss taeda taste for education 1.hil parUtild Outreas: re regarded
ae eriops. and refinement Sand was a man of .eo. a. B at tpt to ta a i uropean In.
il'by waU passing th bank o idrable intellet. His mother WaB tel-ven Won.
Work when he was sudden. & brilliant womna MiAd wasa e Ua ltoootti ria the l r of the
ooro lt.t d by a 0a&n who, at the of Henry Ward Boe i ert the celebrait l gt.volrter eece during the
: to revolver, ordered .him to Md preacher. Te 1ad wa also a with ,ruket, potbllsbes a letter
.i ghis hand. and keep quiet lineal descendant of lar esel .Putnam i, wtch 4e a yti t the Balkan
4 'buti in his right band was a and John Rog s' the 'martyr. qUestlon," ". Il ptroam nust be to
-er, -and, a moment later, both Hip famttly Woved to. Atlanta prior jgiWent RuiiMtria om ad
red.at, .each.oth-er...... At .th Re to thwarU If f ffi "ook Vacing bl the spread of6
o(f the revolvers two other men the study of Ilt, but afterwed chose HIollenism, ai d to iurr he freedom
-from. the bank and took a hand journalism a a prdfes ion. of the other natlo ite under a fed
"shooting.' The fight aroused a oveMnsut,''
ad5eOfthepeople in the vicinity, and HIS" DEFENSE AN ALIBI.
!pbwere soon at the scene of the bat. ---- "AN ACADM OF CRIME." *
Ali ti ..'before their arrival the bar James Howard CQalld to Testify In
es ffled. Case at Frankfort. Where Boys Are Taught To Steal and
olle the men hhd broken into the Pranktort, Ky., April -20?.-Jemes
K ^ itng rooms they had not complet.. Howard was called athe first-witness e Th Swag.
]tW -driling of the safe and their for the defense Ij. his trial, today for New York, April 20.---Aeording to
t pt at robbery was unsuccessful, the murder of Governor William Goe.a i tory told n a Brooklyn cotrt by a
". ofr the burglar's bodies was di. bel. He tetified to arriving here boy named Solomon H. llorstein, of
e~vered at the en.. of. .hatll of the shortly before the shooting of Goebel Manhattan who conrfeso4 t
hiding. His compal.idIo It is pre. on Jan. 80. He repeated his former te theft of a pocketbook rrom a w
(;4tued, dragged their dying comrade testimony that he was In the board of nn4 wh wwas Watching a flre in Uniot
where he was found. While he. wat trade hotel when he heard of the shoot. street, there is ai "Academy: of Crime"
ad e only n an ordinary suit of ing and that he had not previously idthlis lcty,
atpt he was not shabbily attired, that day visited the state house elip at had been thiel
atid on his body- was- found a gold grounds. ';+R l ets'i l -ii, asi weeks, and, that, with other boys,
*'Wtch and $44 in cash. Willoughby lo support of this h i gave the Alleged he id been taught to steal at aoplace
"'w shot in both legs, and It is sup- movements of himself In and about kept by two young ein. known as th
Spomed he fired the shot that killed the the hotel :ron the time of his arrival "rOstoan BrO." io Manhattan H~l
b i'ar. until after the shooting. declared the brother had a staft of 80
A posse has started in pursuit of the 1li denied that hie kneW Taylor, boys from-12 to 19 yrnur old and that
burglars. Coulton or Goebel. The witness aleo they threatened to i sh him if he
denied emphatically that he ever saw tfdi not Join the a n,, He d'ltricted
j OVERHAULING SHAMROCK III. Henry Youtsey until be met him n jaill 30Sand sent certalis l uy out to worRk
S-after their arrest and he denied posi. other dlstr~cts, getting a share of the
" .trroctlon of Her Standing Gear Was tively and emphatically that he ever itialing of all of them. e asserted
SComplete--Loss $25,000. received a letter from Governor W. S. that he and another boy were recent
W.eymouth, April 20.-The Iham. Taylor or did any of the things whlch ly sent to ork among crowd. H
ock IIf, challenger for the America's the se'etary teletied. Howard haj grabbed a pocketbook cntdntng $60
Up, which was dismantled in a squall not cohclud4d his story when court Its owner, a woinan, meroanted. and
Seing rapidly overhauled. TThe de. took a reoesi until this afternoon, patrolmen arrestedd the boy after a
chase, After admitting his guilt,
ti0et1ion of her standing geartwas al&. ch 'After dmtng. hls gullt,
lete. everything above TYKN RIVER CHART. young lellestein was paroled in the
L .. "~curteu y. of bhi father.
4l t must be renewed. The wreck. hi A#"0od In sli.nt father.
is not trying to ose mgh, Wmr spo n iSettlement of
'el a t la t e h AIakit toUdlry Dput. COUNTERFrITERS NA8E3D.
kagesg as fqulkcly as poslble. The the Amerblan embassy at St. Peftas United Statalt Secret Servie Agont
i t4adi41y dented but this maybe btri Bshows clearly that the 'hart f Mak Haul at 'Frlpe '
pl"'T. the boom is practleally utn- t#he 8tyken river is considered an im. Sa ranet'co, April aS0-Untted
Sthe topsall halyards are use. portat w on i the settlement ofrt rvce A t
4 the -alls are ruined. the Alaska ll boundary dispute. ad hbi deputies have Semted tho
a' agent inspected the damage 'hi chart s mde by aq offeer capture of two much-winted counter
N'o official estimate of the lose oammiMiNoned 7y the RusalMo govern- flters seeing their plant, Including
l ble, buit it is thought that efnt previous, to the transfer of Ala ds. relbleM metaOl d4 "'a quantity
00 willl cover everything. This, k t Te d S te -and deported of spurious dollar pi a
ver, is largely speculation. Noth.; at the Reta: m"ralty,. whe t has dolrs in hoeh o Twety.third av
Sefinite will be known on the sub. rYe n*ItO ever ise e. A correepoadenmt 8o Stth.l A oranT tylo d
ntil Designer Fife arrives here. in the R eas capital says a copy of ore
t ,..e F- c. .. .. ...... "e es s" was+ A Celiured
omin Lpton it stiff and ore the o il hrt ed ad erted from te e are Gorg
:e,.terday' experience, but he 1i has been hbndel-d to the United rtatae, ad Jae Toua,
eirngf from the shock caused by ambss e a i and I. on the way Southerait tPic( emoy
'i eath of Collier, the man who was Watshnt t i. The officials. are In pursuit of .Chris
1 d4 yesterday at the time of acct. p t Hil.., Said Juds. Patisa the lader of th. gnag. :fe i*
". The Shamrock 1I Is ro return. Md Rit -a < byid aludg a dotsn the lyde, .but the date of her de Boato, prl,,-A decision hs aptr r.f.. the alen w. las de Pol "
I "s not flxed. The mayor of br n r.n.4 '. the unici.. hirt e prinMtr f thelugh thir hmietl dio
S.itelon trhe Thomas on the here thai pector' ha a right to i e at a i e s.hop. the e- plaoy_
:today. Tanfin the mayor for express obSden-nation of a heatri Sl'of wh ai su.p.cto. a.d en
.aympat.y shown by the eity, Sitr .r.ora e b- -. bieas. in d.s.hlrg. leStltd with tke grevirmeat o.1
____ would lag swu a defe-aated the juM1^a rematked _______
We-+ii -mothi a t few aween- -' iah- .i-td--r is not . ..
tsue hetr ilals, a crime any ,r' that applase* ig te .
,Te e____ea the case Msg-et Os.. Apr13 to -., detai- o "
CA C.RASHES INTO AUTO.. jvIisted a Wa.t PM. play ote.. Re po.eema e4 gawrbiag houe. os
'414 n : "ot like t. pu*UWasOe. .cord.' 1(pe rae et at, at a.o. t i o'e:- o ..
UeseisttlKiedadA'In~t s oi~e woPs~dMsls ti4 ~.'ee e~ssgio

B er.ee lntanlly .KlItld and An it to mlMa oi
other Badly Haurfcsd hise .o lsd-dly as to disturb the A umb*r ot, wet s*aown MAn wer*
t^ a collision of a Union Trae .tes to show that didt nt ble. .ht ot i*o', t'. it e appra
[tei'rbaS car and an automnobfil the juti rowing Cuhroles Howard, of .t entertan t deofse,: be d4td o harn poke. r wa- t iW" orw ot (
,'was killed and Richard R!ce If be hisMed, oeed*' or sIld sm a t Jake Ot4dbwg for er sateo a
d. iSce were ridingg oa Col, _..... J. s i 4 d Set~ oetc in
S At'Tweetys.enth treet Wi Net Aac*pt se e .W't a e )
.1 pted to 'ro0 e the ---e o the Romn, ApeI1 -erel lardiats
teg line. Tbe did not belcmlonti to this coretta :t the eo.Nled. 4U of Oeat.
a*boi Traction carl appM*o propa6Adald4& resied l -ttere tol Gas Fr.ie ilMab Abell 40 Ma *;
lta sth sas i. Maileti w searal of i v*w. shied 11i lh S"thdr .
'it- S* 4 1 De olki to I'.
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Case Prepared Agalist Rv Paul
Jame Franus.
New York, April 20.--t1 is now.poas
ttvely ameerted that the Rev. X'Ul
James Francaim, minister general of the
Order of the Atonement, with had-
quarters at Garrison, la to be-brought
to trial.
Paper in the cse have been pre
pared. it Is stated, by Bishop Coletm&a,
of Delaware, in which diocese the Rev.
MT. Francis is canonically resident.
Blshop Coleman's charge Is the
teaching of the Rev. Mr. Francis. who
ha4 for some yoea' openly advocated
the pliscopal church acknowledging
the Roman obedience and procuring
pardon for the sin of having denied,
for some 'hundred years, the spiritual
Supremacy of the pope of Rome. A
leader of the Catholic party in the
lplacopal church, resident in this city,
Is quoted as saying concerning the
Rev. Mr. Firancis and his teachings:
"Oathoiecs of the church have no
sympathy with the position taken by
the Rev. Mr. Prancis, add him order of
the atonement. There is no element
among us who desire union with the
church of Rome. Neither Is there
alitation in this country similar to
that which seems to obtain in aglsand,
Indeed. .Catholtii deplore such..teach'
Ingo as Mr. Prancia puts forth even
more than others.,
"Bomebody gave Mar. Prancls a
mountain at Garrison worth abont $800
nd& upon the one side of it he hias e.
tablishod a monastery, so called, and
upon the other side his aistur, under
a second Order of Atonemeont. has es.
tablished a mother house."

Present Prospects Brighter-Favorable
Sentiment Toward U. 8.
New York, April 20.-A wonderful
change in popular feeling and a ire-


BAlkKEIMnI 0 16'80
It is Reporte404t 4*t Woman May Hav
To oe Saummon*O a 0 Wirtness In
the Caee"*-P**.e CCll n IS elf-De ,

f eo .
framinglhamn,. A t S-l rtolpe p. h '
Rebel, a well 0 sn saloon W kee Oer.
wae arrested this boringg on : :W. '.
rant sworn o at '.bwm Judp Gre.e ,.,
of the criminal lurt, ohI rgng hltm
with the murder 4i0 4 M Lathbani
. traveling man",1 iti lshot y et4e.
day in a dlffinwlt with Glnn Halms
in the Morris hotel. RbW Is held 4
as an accessory.p o th' killing. He 1
a brbtbhr-lnlaow rWUMt i W-lse, .who. i w ,,w
was alho arreiat d 'a ain acce.ssory
shortly after the r. : .oCortarrd..
WIe, it i m'als Wa with HA*v *L
shortly before and at the tmeO of the 41"
Shooting. Witnee*i A.dela .e that the
two men went to. tlte ,hte ltot.1her
and sent- or- u iA- as, wh 'wee it*
room. A quvarrol curried and :tM ,
shooting followed., The- lanutl ep f';t".
Rubel and Wise ai"d Latthai' v11l ni
the same neighborhood, ntIt It,: ''i
ported that Mrs, Rubel may have to be
summoned as a witness in the ca: '0
All parties droectly concerned arre re-:
maining silent, Havie and Wie simply Y
?l lt lnig. aelf-defen e ... .... -+,.
The sheriffs office to investigating
:the -matter tor the gpitg4 Jury, which'
Is in session, and today's arrest (tr1i''
supposed to. be the result of th-is ll een ';,
tigatlon. Rubel Is in the' county .all& 1
onasational developniont-ts aro expe te'xpo

markable growth of sentiment favor.
able to the United States atre reported NO OFPENSE TO GERMANY,:
by Minister Augusto V. P.t1lldb, r ee nt ..
ly returned from Caracas. whither he Visit of Amerlcan Squadron To Mar I
went to consult with Prt*ident Castro *eilles--German Papers Bitter, "'"'I
concerning the Venezuelan negqtia Dl in", April 20-T-'h Gertan prWesI,
tione with thE allies, and to get Prvos does not distingut:ih between the yVI*'-
Ident Castro's approval of the refer it of the United States IOiuropea* rI
ence to The Hague. squadron to Marsellles and the pro-.
Minister Pulido says he found a gramnme planed for the United 8tA te .
wonderfu! change in public sentiment. North Atlantie. squadron on behalf. of 1i
The Germans are not. molested, but which the Asmerlcan government 4-..,
the resentment of their share In the eliuneo an invitation to visit Klel d4Hr
blockae.,Is very keen, On the other lang the coming regatta throe. Thetr.'
hand, the United States has gained fore some wonder is expressed as 1. 40
wonderfully In public estimation, anid why special honors are shown to thel:
ought to gain In e omnerce as well Preroch protldent by the Amerloa i ~e .
The people of Venezuela are atnxlou t basy Itntnodlatoly after the refto al'-.41
to encourage AmerlicAn eapitallsts to of the German ompergr's roequet.. On:0"L
come there, They sre deeply Inter. or two papers expres- tbetI4oelve bit1, 4
ested, also. Ln the fate of the 'canal terly on the subjlet and say t he Oer, .
treaty with Colombl. arnd they hope oman people "do o'l is.s mueh in :ot;,-
the .Penema canal will be built and having sight. of Anerieann v6esel,"
the trade route with the Paciftc coasi t heo Aeoclated Pses wa atlleh ..os 'it
opemed up, on the hishe-t authoitly. to malke thi*d..
"Aa for the revolution In Vnesua e statement of the pothbon of t 0he a@ .I
la, everything is calm," asherted Mr. department In.o th Mb a4tter of the lt-iy '
.Puhdo. "There are insurgents in of the A. mrloa equadrotio to Mlar '
the mountain 70 miles from Caracal sell "
at Bolivar on theoOrinoco, but at press "Nothing wasr itrther fbros th
ent they ere not' being molested d, mind oft- at.y MooDf. of '
Trade Is picking up after"the proistra, Wahlngatan g"tra niem t thAn Otsit#
tion incident to the blockade, I could' offense to e bAN by e0t0"ding li
not find any InstanMe of abohlute star. l Piroplrate couiws.y to4 a 4 oyrelge of
nation; there Is leI luxury, lets 4wdt a firlndly iUgt,.. .-pe lggeltiqg lm
play but that any one was witboul came front the state 4apatflAet th.; 1
broad. Lihd riot bear," i the queron: go to : MarwIlta e tl0i.a I
---- to gr.et *Prestdent lset a,4 p~a '
Death of Mrs. Krutschnitt. ticslay p t would touch therfte itake
New Orleas,. Aprtl 0.- Mrs. JoPi6 on bo4rd the new owBns )r4eI4ele 4
Kruttpchnlit. mother of 1 Krutt, ar Antiral Otton. A regards the '
shnitt. chairman of the loDmoeratlt visit ef :the Amerab me.rte t Wa to
state conittee, at Jullus Krut I, KIjl, s.to ltatia. ae4 t he a i
schmitt, yvee presldent of the< loeuthr, departaentat frogL qnr*"f:ethL1''4 1
Ptifif ralroad, isead&4, ased To. tht pea. Pawdt fto. 4 ea
was a faster of Juidh, P, Bi0e, mo.a n t *1*the -i" b, ity it
member -of th-e confederte cAblinet f(4l tted tb. t "-:. ja dt.I as fsita lon
and Q.uens cotacli Q1f Great Britain aat *aBe it wono ba i e11
-tettio t vt-wi,;-"............... .. --- -- -W, ,. .
-: Leekeot a t Ordered.
Immigrtlon Records Broken, rn. fe t, rt a, Ap
New York. April 20m.-tThl nmutbh SlS--h Th-he ti tlo eplorirs of the
*xperted to reak all words for Im5 t4n. le u4rfe ;l .'Pow er lin -
gratlon at this port- At the clo baa a 4ef4 it a"id ll' of ea11 (t i
today'"s business 64, 00 alien" b*~.y, 1i fr<, i theoI*es
passed DaI Island (et *tI dayfs,_tea .' ts aise -:
sche4 f tI remainderi -.i- t 'ii :,U w0tt (1 Htiumreds of
month fa4lU that bLue totl wil n x Csans .t':Or<"ti amt t-i a .**ts on 1*
cee the record *e aoUth Ut the is artf iiUtaE,
psad, '
t . Cee n ".... Chided
lnterustieast AltfrAleMeelE MAdj tl, f0., Ayt ';-.rls 5
remn.o. April i O.Ac -- U oiet e4it*ga of ocmthwet v.I.
Wtoo of the l0na* sry amid ry e 4t
theoi ong Mr t for e: Iit e*se o t ad
J, titsa, for yono
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I,.QGo4 saw ft to take her fro, us ast
We prime of life., in hlier twt*in.th
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her death, .
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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81
Saturday from GinesvilJe,
Traia o. 84, Seaboar4 Express, drawing room Pullman sleeppv
Tan p fYknvillaind New York, via Richmond and Waphin~".
blI day achbes bet@ee acksonville and Washington, via Richlziiii4
tibld ay coaches between Jacksonvilleand Washington. Cafe dii
servfo0 frpm .Tacksonville-
1No Saboartd day coaches, mail, baggage and express
twen J4 0kbon'vi l0 and Waphington, and drawing room Pullman slee
k tween.ahlBn hngton, and drawing.room Pullman aleej
wee1,~aeksvliean1d N0w York,
o.8eorinects at8trkefor Larosse, Alachua, Willeford, WSti
interiediate poinits, and iat roner with Early Bird branch.
Nos.' and 57, Pul}inan sleeper between New Orleans and Jaeksoi
aSteanmert or Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, I
and Thtrsdiys, 11 p.im
4 . MAoDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonvill
L O0,Q Tk Aged Gaine vlle..


Sconslderatlon PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.
We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.

Fire, life, Accident and Health lnsurance.

,, -- Agents for the-
.. T: ViStor afe and Lock Company
I DPAUIA T41 Oioi3aa-ti, Obxo C) o.
iI. WIiI FOit 5 The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat.
rnte tot e.er ing the purchase of a safe, or any thing in that line,
. 0 mont from a box to a bank vault, will save money
S. ritr Tbbont for by consulting us. Call on or address,

ND ND, FOR SALE. Information cheerfully fu r ished. (GAINESVILLE FLORID.
z* ,S .'1E

I, T. SCHAFER, Prop.

e' ihaveriy any.
Deliver so Ali Parts oot n urnee
soeial a.n*ttton to Otrotwes, Miattre s
. aod other trav'eltns troupm.
..* Iuatlnr tes. P. Ol Box 4a, eituetVlse. 9'l.



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SJacksonville an New 'Yor k,
Falling at CHAItLESTO.. S. C., both ways.
The Flaest Steamships in the Catwse Berie
Clyde New England aad Southern Lines
D ret Service Between JACKO)NVlLL,. ROSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and ,l I]astern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
S3E3 --C-.-WJE 3K3L -y- SAIT Tp-c '
oruthbound................... romn ILwis' Wharf, Boston i
Norhbound............... ro .t of Catherine st., Jackonvill.
'Clyde. St. Johns River Line
I between JACI.%SONV'I L ind I-O
topping at Palatka, Astor, St. FranciS, Iteresford( ) a d Inter i
S, Landings on St. Johs Itiver er
-e Isa aPpointed. to sili as fullow)
L sakonvWe a,:.-m nda -,Tedys abd Thursdays.
o --a n M i. loday, ii U ednys and Fridays.
eae 880 pma...............Jaksonville :
I "8 'p .................. a tka ........ .... Arrive 2 8 U<
Stl p t .......... .. "r.4o .. .
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'+",.H 'M' A ,R
psren Dayton I>DJover.

That Unfortunat V.. iVtn Hd
i4tp HeartFailure u' l
April 19.-The people of
wre greatly shocked 9ye1te-
tg to hear the ad, news of
Qa Mr. Watrea 0f"ton, late
for, Con.. He w 0-4)
Sn the :,ge of the M-elroe
: that h e failre to wi h
p n| ) erd. Xayton had evidently
trg In hjs boat balling g it
1e sudden lurpr of the boat
SI f heart failure, to which
'ic.t, caused him to falt and
B |tf the oar I0eh. 1H evl-
#iO rendered uneconaious an -
Wl Iio recover himeth and fell
dot in the water, which was
ior ten inches deep; when
#dr thb upper part of the body
'OIrl took place in the after-
was was well attended, Rev.
M rush reading the s .rvice.
son in Bristol, Corn., who has
; xoted of the sad event
ryton cabme herehabout two.
Q and being very fond. of flow-
eohis little place very' pretty,
$g ntuoh taste in the arrange.
r his skhlirub'indaapliei He
lboat sixty-two years old and
to be a well read man. His
i very much regretted by allf
w hint.
O citizens of Melrose are .much
to see the resolution of Hon.
i.'^Oreary in regardto the. water
( th pest in Lake Santa Fe and
&[lto. It is to be Sincerely hoped
,w]will pass in the Senataeas well
6bhe House, because It is an im-
measure which ought to be
Oed to without any delay.
Sie recent subdistrict election all
l ,were cast in. favor of it and
l I*. A. A. MoRae, W. B. Aycock
0 L. Robinson were elected trou-

demonstration of Whit Chamber,-
|latin's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy Can Do.
SQne of our customers, 'highly re-
apted citizen of this place, had been
i f ,ten years a sufferer from chronic
la ea, writes Walden & Martin,
igglts, of Enterprise, Ala. "He
t4'aiied various patent preparations
been treated by physicians with-
:,o4ny permanent benefit, A few
hliS ago he commence& taking
brlains. Colic, Cholera and
t'oea Remedy and in a short time
Ontirely enreed(. Many citizens
aterprise who know the gentleman
iStilfy to the truthfulness of this
nt,." ,For sale by all druggists
Imedicne companies. '.
rling the People, Crops and
f^,i';^.ther lnteresati nK News.'
f1 Moon, April 18.-Mrs. E. C.
ltd, who has been ill for the past
,I--s :recovering rapidly. *Her
ii/are glad to hear of her re-
;p~rs. Holwell arid King, the well
I departed Sunday for Hernando,
they expect to drill wells.
,Ieia of oonvieta passed through
)cet Sunday via A. C. L. .Some
.t dite praise for attending to the
S, as its, wat remarked by every-
who saw them that they were
^^Illat. healthiest negroes they
tt, for quite awhile. .
I',Z HiAltaenek laz4 nephew. -FId
tried their leck with the

aipif Moon Lake a few days ago.
aied good leak, for they were not
.a0y hour before they returned
the fis they wanted. '
btiooe Lakela hs plenty of fsh In

tfll on. df a Piris.
o. lCox, ot Wake,.Ark.,.
A & IS yea sffter.d frotw
lee. I eocaulted a i mawbe-
S.al rttied all sorta vtp

i assetri

W W "TI, D, 0
a -3 .rk. rble

lIO ^ lrvousO ,se-i |'

B-ff ,t s a t:app-y C u r l.C
yapepsia, one of humiianity's nos
oruel enemisv is effectually cured b'
the use of Paine's Celery Oo ilpOo,|
This torimentingR disease is caused b
adate in flimntation of the nerves osn^
A-ed boat the stnmacl)'. n dyspe.
pia servons energy is wasted, a i the
eatfre digestive organism s d ;ranWe4A,
ey edsi of -dyspeptca m:ay a
p* ined up at foIps: 2T'hc greg T

That Charming

0 dividuality

plainly shown when you con-
salt a about those Dress Goods,
I* A.!6t, 'here you, oan master the
^o >of indlvi4uality as at no
W* it are now it the height of the
*easou. All the different cloths
Sto i ring and ,wUmm er wear-tie
cho0lest prevailing fabrics in col-
ora and white goods are here, re-
vealing the master touch of indl-
Sviduality which comes from the
personal suggestions and directions
,of our buy rAs,
Are now at their best, and you
shd6ould not fail to seeothe many
:handsome patteri's now on display.

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nervotu syxturn requires strengtha --. -----.. -. -----
ing; the blood now charged with imfn
purities musa be cleansed, so that It 54
will 1gtowalthily and in .sbundaem'; l
the stoMiicah, weak an.d unrellable, 1u 10 O.
must be toned up. Paine's Celery
Oohipound in the springtime will aoe - 1
complish all that is needed for the N
dyspeptic siufferer, and banish troubles
that make daily life unbearable. Mrs. COTTON DEPARTMENT.
MAda ochrane, Washington., D. C AINESVILLE FLORIDA
says .... D."
"I have been' for years a sufferer
from acute attacks of nervous dysp.e I EST PRICE PAID FOR SEA ISLA D COTTONT
sia, and daring the past winter I hear.I T Beedl S d Lint, Large or e mail Q lItantleml
so much about your Paine's Celery
Compound I deolded to try what it Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
would do fornme. I used less than made by letter or wire. Correspond-
two bottles and experienced relier al- .n<4 sOl iitI.f
mniost from the first ido e I.took. I .did .. j ... .... ...... .. .. ... ..,.:...:.:.
not find it nceary to inh the see... .... .. .
ond bottle. I therefore do not heei-
tate to add my hearty indorsement to
the many thousands of testimoTilals WN '
you already hake" ______
NW'FRMARNO Jack on lle's Finest
Southern xprs-s Company Has Eptab- And
lished Office There.
Arno, p M14,-The weather has .LORIDA'0 LARGEST AND
bqjM.Uee or, ton. daevo Ki, n4ee fmarmis
4 _ood-eof6the -BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
tonand corti Isabout all planted, So ODGE CULLE O n d Proprietors
corn hba been plowed over. Ose look o n ropreto
well. The peach crop on th res of .. .....
iost of the early varieties is abundant, --
and seem now to be a leWeast te dOay. *Nr T "y ". .*'* n***
earlier than last year. Native peaches Ih "! lis
are not looking o.o well; There wil l oWU ? Wahtt
probably be about 4,000 crates shipped es t eCar acUl cIa t b cure0 until 0he lvr
from Arno thi seasain, i cret enough bile to make A l ntetn
The request for a Soutthrn eipre r natural func Unn-
office at Arno iha been granted, and i ctatio, a.Osed bycathartI ap
an dot fit for the office has etoen oedored A ta d t, r'W u roits.
by.the route agent of this division., f
A regular ntal route has .bee e tab-.
lished on tl'is branch of the 8. A. aL. on the
iextiding at Wantne oh the Buwa:nee *ve cures Chi
river, and4 a rfl*ay- wail l ricle is to HsIH ow Peer, and voy tf( or f
C trge oi Mal: #IL %N
lItv, Orumpton "fl ifej*i-0ilar p An ff evers, nd, by Xogng to te Wt theo
pointminct SniaturdWy an SundI 4 trout, wirksn prmarwnt cau.
Forest Grove ?hM v h. h. F $ P IFTY tCBI.TS P134 OTTLh.:
-..Mat roan llft today for0 : '
Tjumoe. where she wfUl !pez4 *tfc sin. .- ... e by hnson G **** r*.,,
MRev. T. rice ad f .
et- the KANTt with U W MANT U.
edetrsont and naily. r. Pr1 e 6 1W
Just tup fro'm a severe spellof feler. Rtile0Mad Jobbosi tI
Health at' Arno is good.
"8t p0 "q p ..... Fensy Irosbs

1.1. t o have p sved U agsr .OU U. $4
jont. Foley V 4oapev e ta 4 toega4

;'^,,i~Ies bnl .,. new t@
light wetig. clothes. no ma te,
what bade, is i the ing for thi.

Madro. Cloth Shirt$PI
That w e really <1.0 geood th
world ovor They are cool ad

For ladles and enats,
that catch the pure,
are seasonable.

lnd prices
Our goods

Tue Outlltteys.

SAlachua County

AbstrIact C
B. R. COLSON, Managir,i

The question of Title a
finrt eonustlderatlon for the

Abstract of Title

on application.

T TanHy pl of lift 4'
And all m1a iter e0onm.rn
Ing the redemptiloe of us.e
canceled lax oerttllMt e .
attoaded topromptly.

ONERA cl)4.Ml r
Car tun and strMlahten wiLole uwletUIp
of shaftlluirgsPljS(4fPetttNi.

cOrrpN Oi repairRI^|:"

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A rI" ,:l r. o "p "a ": s "ai.'l- w "l eOfr r arr a o AI lA t AX Dali t ime t o
Ae ear. oWAN iarAnAe MWF

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ihn Ie o sele roI Hoth "ofo ai I t he.rf coower'fareh CAME N A De
41r, utthewle4 De4oorti _taes not enough has as yet beetlacmo..lishoa.

teb"4fm"9-...--a' ch trB" U LLM'A'N &
444 0> o .*lw .. .... .. .. o..:^ tO* M tthbtI QSthsi'ULA.R ANDhO; C:be n PT CSTEA MSHI. CNETO ATS S M
........ oL to:,meet -.the in -
,:te""e": e-"' nde:o 'EtheEstaple.:" toDn, S. S.t o oi

aThe only 'troobfe. w .Ri rAn H Ah ,a, ma Age, AI hoW'ver, w he:'L V
ea "ta in th.eo.U .i .. r. 4 'e ad trbna w .ll .y rhe... wo l .y -W A L L A C E 'S -.4
hooter d the,.B bo 4ha 4c Q t Shape"uoer ta. t tohe^^ E el SCo lACITY.Al DRU UG STOREI
"."lcfe who .annot rettiiot.whitnlde tbit d t Fteirtudte n tieor ethe -- t o o
f candidte ro "a ontht pt t om---po d g Pre cr ptons- 1
r. : b ttp e#A. "h et i o ..t ..en. h h a s o b0 1ii eo .at t A l A '
SMonly ... .. .e t ain yo, o e
K Q3adehA4IAA, l I$ e-zor- -I S P RYE OLE DISTRIBUTOR/!:
0 teen 40I eeWI1413 Itoth a DU STR
1.h awor,^ ...... J.i8a lWI to.LLIAIaBewo
A ~ ~L.... ~ATrrotal

, The season now drawlug to a clos e'rsi u themvi expend t" fo pow" GAINESVILLE. .. -..
has been most protftable to the. hotel d he :and shotU 0y eo .teo ner "% Aon
g A gets to work oan th~e 'publo impr Ve..
n ents, has a new hotel, and trolley A W i Governori O6m.ne supinely JA M. GRAUAM. President Gzo. W. HYR, Vicersidea
r8t oto Nownan's ake, thie will be S.Ilow il be aaid regardIi* the ne-A
no m rdesirabl. witer resortA Ijian esit' tri
A :'AA hiso"l. ': .;..A ,TLIE FIRST NATIONAL BA I
i ", The August. (Ga.) .i. ronitl. speaks by. ot ..i.tt ,0 s. t.y .no. .. . t h I e
.6with-a tone of, expectancy concernine r the s iorlon 0 It the ear. O AI -E--ILL
'I4 Lowell strike, when it doolares .Thee tsdy o. e ..y ..t.o IWdeal I -:
tht i ani windthat blows.anoo ey ,on ion .l THE ONLY CHARTERED RANK IN ALACTA 0
Aoo a, and notes the removal Of the re edle ea. i)eatne aaesde 67 ai *p -I
'M3anoheter duck mills to an A,,ba In -Allflamed Da-.s W43 D Capital "......... .
tocaion.. ud, undoubtedly, waii Wlin oh... Surplus a id Undivided Profits. 20 00A '00
not~ be 4issppointed, but will seeo aco-e t*hitA tP
St a rr "iptioft Lo.ell's" industry n ThL T DARD e .., i
eup P to he Sotl looo of* .srzers l hau..s c.or ratl,* e-, Interest uU Owe 4
60 Souhen m Is.t. All buiAne.m tran nacte p.-:. .'
'hI t FloridSeminary ip making, o be t UARATE nd TRUST -E. TAY4
strides forward and the faculty *to t* 1l, e *s
ents ar bound t6oA advtan e l 1878 ..

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tantdiM QMat SLIIne Ofcr* Onel WayF i
Am I it."tes to Homeseekers ..
W mW Tht'' a ntio .omast h. ine Rairoad
Com- ny ii ll partiaipiif- in oe way
S.alsep Gre Cat sttle at~ trom Obio and M1iss0i- The best known arid ost pular blood purer
t on West Ma eeata-incinti 4 tonic on the market to-day is s. s.
Sout llt iey, ]vansvlle, Ind., ere .is hardly' man, Woman or child in America who
y.. Cairo, Ill. S. ouis .. not w fop th bloo ." It is a standard remedy,
WIND'' WAS V RY." HIGH9 4 poits beyond. also 'in basin te a et for l bood troubles and unequalled as a general tonic and
Looked.. at O .. im.... J f.Menuphis, tnxl: (tickets not ... ti:er, ~ is guaranteed purely vegetable, the herbs and root
Lkedat neTm Trom emphis proper) for wosedare selected for their atterativ% and tonix prop.
roes Could N6t be .hecke~-""He points on and noritlth t ith ne f n te a lod.4 an ktn diseases, as it not FRo
mC<>uld N.6t .h r i s, as it not ^o
I Work of Fireme Saved Thou- Frisco syatem (MWmphis to Kansa only prilea, enriches and invigor- ONOG itsOMAN IV 8TINt ',
of. Fhe enollowlu1g]4oh-tso OF G'O1A*
ds of Dollars Worth of Property Oy). to the ollowg ints lr t blood, bt at the saute toe O OReA.,
.Ida, Gorgia; North and South Car- tos p t 4 tird nerves and gives kn. iof aosy aaes.It I. the l et
h'at at one time threatened to b lia ad Alabama located on t his atteogth and vigor to thle entire bloo4 reomdy onu thie nrket.
dl.sastrousre was discoeed t sse or to whchli the company fort t. Ulce,
lCoek Monday. non, andan alarm part of an authorized ticketing route, Ch i h Sores and Ulceors, FROM
ned in from Box 54, whiob sa1 at flowing rates tnder conditin Catae h, Rheumati 4 lood Poison, x-GOV. ALLIN D. OAW.ANBIR.
Itrned afroa Box 54, whicCh 806", it c b 1I p'- .'eh b, to
ed the fire department to the resi- named: ai Rhe p-t-i t, Acnhe bt tm a I0
It-o 'T An ever iii.
'4 building, 401 West Main street, Rate-.One-hlf of the standard o ane- sch other diseases as are d(t to a
ed by Albert M. Endel and oc fare pl 00 polluted or impoverished condition of the Hblod, nothi n acts so promptly
&dby D. F. Moseley and family. Dates of sale-March 3 and 17,. i800; and effecnually as S. S.S. It coUiteracts and eradicates the genus
Owing to the fact that the, alarm Apri 7and 21, 1903; May 5 and 18 and poious esanse. the system of all unlhemlthy accumulations and
Sturn.nedin'as the lock was striking- 1903 ~uo 2 and 18 19083 July 7 and soo0 reato the patient to health, Write u and our physicians will
,6 ojr,. the department appeared 21, 1903; August 4 and. 18, 1903; Sep-. ive youxcae prompt attention without charge.
W .hat confused at the strokes, and temnber I and 15, 1908; October 6 and yH8E SWIFT SPWCIFC CO.S ATANITA, 4A.
delay was caused in reaching the 03;..November at~7, 1903. -- ----.- --.... ..-.
of the contlagration, Limit ---13Co; N tiovem passage
Qxu9taer dangerous and complicated Oonditions-Oontract and each cou. I -
t of6the -fre with which th e pon o tickets to be faced "reeo_1d-
,toi'"*sore d to o, ,o w 0 0% M M4 V E R IF0
ws forced to onend was class, not good in rlor or sleeping .
i*cOtthat it was between the walls, cars." o 0 ems l-a T 9 L .
Inade It very difficult.to reach. here are some of the"staple crops of T Ler Io -.
,h ,wes-t wind prevailed, and the the different sections of. this territory-: b ,.ALLARD, _t. LouIs.
Of the building tended to All vegetables and. small fruit*, V.
it a draught and render matters peaches, pears, grape gs, f orangla, oFor aio by Johnson Bror.. (ain svi Ile
.eAreby endangering- not only pineapples, grapefruit. w otermelon -ni 1
I P 1lding. itself, but the large citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,, .
l house of Mrs, a n, e 0 oats and other irains,'tobacco, cotton, .... _W 1. W"
Wain street N., With creditable peantits, hay, rice'
g|- I ss and discretion, however, the The poltiy of ti AtlanticCoastLine ''S' '
ben accomplished effective work t .... .,:i. its...alog its.
Oseeded ins'avinKg'th'-ber: line 1 I
-s14s atimated that an outlay of $50 It claims that it is the 'greatest
..repair the damage. tracking road in America, and it pro-
hi le the origin of the fire is not vides every facility for getting rfrm, o
di nitely known, those who discov- garden and orchard products to the
bd it believe it to have been caused northern markets in- the best posalble Gain esville, F rid a
Sby^ passing locomotive of the Atlan- condition, in shortest time, and at low-
t Coast Line. When first discovered est rates. I
bt blaze was on the southwest In no part of the country is ther-e -a a
6~ni.r of the roof of the -plazsa, and greater abundance of game. and fish. N V I 1A IOI
*0 .iot larger than the bottom of a than on this line.
s tinch hbuket Te wind had a ten- Northern farmers are invited to
o bucket. The windhaa teha write for information in detail about .
pey]c, however, to rapidly increase the territory of the Atlantic Coast,
l volume, and before assistance Line. _________ (APFUL DRESSER:
ld be secured it had gained an en-
e to the casingb, irom whence it T E M T SECTION. YOU are respect. fully
oteeded to thd attfic. It was not One-Way Settlers' and Round-THp vtC" (1 to itlBpect Our gatheri
u tilseveral openings had been made Home SeekeratRao-, t
i'n the roof that the firemen could inRg of t'
get access to the lanes. The Seaboard Air Line railway have STY LE
.:'je oMf ie saddest features \i the arranged the following attractive rates
incident was the fact that Mr. M eley, to Manatee, Braidentown, Ellenton and in.
'who, with his family, has been occupy- Sarasotea, Fla: v'r atewa"s len'S St., Trouters.
.nlg the house for the past three dFrom Ohio River Gateways. .
qOne-way settlers' tickets endorsed [ Ullderweal.
Months, is an invalid. Hle was so" over- n ste'i t endors'd Utl(~ i eL 1,
eby the excitement of th hour second class, not good in- parlor or Men ng -
Sthat he was helpless, and it became sleeping cars, to be sold to all points .n'S Hats Men' Sh ,oe.
.tienessary for his friends to assist him on the U. S. & W. L. I., and S, 8. S
;t0the Magnolia Hotel. 1-He recovered, o. line at rat based half of tie &., &0.
however, in a few hours. first-class limited faith ia 2.00 Whl I S1 the ITOst extesi .0,V ,
T 'Te damage to the furniture of Mr. Tickets' e io, asY of genlemen a
.iooeley was considerable. Itthird Tuessays of 'e ,outh so and ,'i iro^ JXhbly intnlirnr.a-
ee wa onsid e It its u= including Novembdr,7th 1 ,08i pl Y OY In Udir
t4erstood that there was also a quan- eer show n a t I
,ity of furniture stowed in the attic, Home seekers' excursion toikets to t ll"
'ib property of Albert Endel, which Parrish, Ellenton,Palmetto, Braiden- MA OUS END'EL,
badly damaged by water, town, Manatee, Oneco and Sarasota
- :DEATH OF:MRS. GROSSER. agencyy stations), at oneofare, plus E n1del 8 Bros. Block..
J$2.00,'for the round trip. Tiokets will April sixteenth,
-Well Known Gainesville Lady Passed be sold on thetllit and third Tuesdays Ninittfln hundred and three.
-" Away in Jacksonville Saturday. of each month, to and including No- ..-,-_, - -
"Tihe friends of Judge George J. Ar- vember 17th, 10085,"with flnal limit_
now and family deeply sympathize twenty.one days from date of sale. -
With them in the death of Mrs. Ida T., Tikets will be good to stopover on -
ifet of Mr. John C. Grosser, which sad Seaboard Air Line railway en route on'
event occurred at the Dean Sanitarium going Journey within fifteen-day
iJts Jacksonville Saturday, from an op- transit limit.
4eritton removing a tumor. From Washington, 0 C., Norfolk,
SDeceased was in her thirt,yrninth Richmond and Petersburg, Va.
%^ ^ She was possessed of a most "mneway setler,' ticket to Eilen- e
ikntle, lovable nature, and was a gen- ton, Bradentown and Manatee at The c hr e clhthig ,shown i t' 'oln
er*l favorite with all who knew tLer. one-half of the fIrft-lass'ltmited fare ," Sc1loas Bros. & C(o., Billttmiort',
lwas virtnaly lrearedin t.his city. pu $2), tlket. to b endored

had a large circle ofdear friend "ettlers, not god in parloror eep- the famous nmakerM of th I ". t-
, hre. She has been an invalid for ing cars." Dateo of sale, Tuedays,
tome time, and realized that the op- Apris 7th,14th,2lst and 28th,1908. nothing i thoc Wlo 1 l" All
eirnitot. which was the only means of lomeseeke' excurson ticket* to ar- vtt OOAh
twtoiring her tohealth, would be of a Ellenton., Braidentown -and kMa *atee, i. gMr I- '
st vital anl dangerous character, at one fare, plus 2.00,. for the roueid be ar
with that determination which trip, tickets to be of iron-clad signs- ni r
ihe haealways possessed, she resolved tcre form, limited to twenty-one drys 'this lal : '
l to a For several daysafter in addition 9o date, of sale stop-overs
the operation she. rapidly. improved,o o tp ;
pi .th #ime'an-ge which eane Friday roILte at-any -polnt In Fiorida wi' hin-" .. -r ,
aight was of a serious nature, and she fifteen days from date of sale. 'Dates
S eitm .d to the inevitable th da a, ayspril h, l tb,.l2si E
':g rsed i survived a hl t rtibainnd f ter.l e'Ar ine rlta ,S A .
J, 3udge.o J towe Geo. J, -tArnow, andttractive ad-
...-......i-.. --erlin matterovering these rat*#. '

Sisters, esuaum ist .. ., . -
is eilty, Julia Rhodes of %ario whieh It belingl distributed tonAvelsj --
., Cora l. Taylor 'of Brunswick, though the North, )iSt and "ot.-
*t.4 Amdlea Arnow of Fernandina, '- . : -., "
9 whom were present at he fu- ,tb tim i N tht t ACDMA
Mldy-Ifatldes, t osaidAta
T ai, was held J.n Jcksonl -:
0" ro ll rill_ _



in ethe $y,

"mOeI. LMke on ll B

in 7i


be *t marhdat, was m. a*tl : / .

os ervioe buy theo .
tuina wpror tatn omiwn, oo owoe4 ati

.,t lo .ato t In ev ry ,. ,

Sold by ut itintuouIly o t
without R'{))gl fair. l fyo /, j
Want a pno ornf atme-
servIoe buythe, ,,

NTAL IIH EIw I'o t t. ..t 1Iot

light il (lar ,-u otis. old in a&4 niJ
trtnl. 'We tip'tjxbt, 11tO
for itio T A.

L e iu de I ll r Calates :
SoutBaird Hardware C ,

HNails, Dron, Wire, Pipe, it-
U0ngs Belting, Packlngetc.
Ilooglh IIn Car ,oLt S. Bold In any:.

ts it Mainte P liar id4. t:aa.
Baird Hardware Co.B
W A I N I4 V 14,51 FLA.

SAVA2AH., ^*.: ^Wa j


WL w S Sho OEsr

Me A. PElod *

) (




le The m est competitor of

Jt "Chanpg

The Proof:,
L udweiser during year 192
^&^^':>i~w e ,- '*'"''' r' ' '* '*'.

83,793joo Bottles
++ C~. 30 0

Aver iging 25c per bottle -
,Importations of all champagnes
,for 10o, according to United
StatS Custom House records,
360468 Ccaes, equal to 12 bot-
ties each, 4,3286496 bottles. If
spl4 $ per bottle -

i ... dweiser's Lead
'r i :,. --+'"t a

1 7,393, :

$5,6 ,sii^


Thesale of Budweiser exceeds- tat-
of a other bottled beers combined
Sand it is therefore justly entitled
to the term-
"King of Bottled Beers"

The National Beverage

tt a's

1hW fi

' ve m

fl0 an ex'pefive Iuxur-y ?
-. 0 I iivtIl),Apir i *. :
"I am desIdti of knpw.itg it
^ rofe*snion Ant obttn H e.bin-e hi ...R.
Sf preaorIbhing pu potest It has bo*
of greet use to me ten;'iitag e'ao:ss 1 l
4spepsla broigbt. on b; exeessesa '
Serrk. J have e re k n it t6
Wl hi wtetoltbai 9r atnModto ->#
their healthfuA activity.' 64 bottle I
at Joh ..son Bros :- :-
Oayd, From J. .ys.
tbo areo "doing" the oity i tih nti*
Vi of .tht' famtiob1 0 "haven 0 of *' 4
a cordially invited to .tteod '
!e itslead festival at No. 808tiu*: 0
lltry at.. this alty, abt a ud'laof'ttesl ,
W it mekin1g. The grand old s' i *f a
|Ua in lat time revehid in hi. grt 8
miot| love dad enlightenment, just
pos the spirit of all true Oai4te.
|iUn, W aow t. the world tet:t
hs well as in works ot
.a.ee4. of0 love and enlit* ,
At Sold tlhe saome work'.lm be
roug "Dowlsml' as that re-
$ this article, a large on-

+,Wrjl great a RtiSuk
I^ieI y for bowel con-
a lwarsa be kept at hiand.

r .V..N. 'tkw*ood jaiy.
voy fr Iported 'Artitle.
# Pho* her V. .. ;Look
I #eR i"
Uhtenge In e

SAtiit dre 'rom t he Anwtiao
aa a vet fleti lens,
se opot ofwh lahb ;x9eded $200
'. Lookwopd I pn of the nesr,
,me be b iual pt su* 0s. J16e has en-
SrenArktht eess, .and will
keiy *in here fot another m.onth.
Avor and ag,.. A dp_ s will anall


WATER c .E AllR.
S .. .. R A::. A .r
.... :,,:3,..pr +ln eud e 8:.mo




^ * r .n .... -

Take The Atlantic Coast Line

Durth out Dupont h i 1
or> r. or St e.. &0 .t ...r .
NaU N elastj earn hhlp W MAIrA,+Ud'
iJacksonille Line MontWterr

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table-in effect April 1.1, 1903.

Depart For


Arr5 e Pr ta

12:10pm HIigh 8prmigs, Newh worry d Inter-
8:287pm OCROal va t *sb rg,.*l... .,
at rg a ni pa T and . .
DI ......" ..; tern, d iat ', ljints
pPalatka, I' yt D a, J -I-
IlENorth, ]ast iad
'4 26 pm High Springs; aa h atltl)f llI:.
Daily North. Er:t arh P Wtoin
ly Roethet, ar.d Micanopy I
UY7z' Hi g Spring.. hl ,,--l

L .et,;.. ; n ... ( at.lit.. no .... .. w r ae
,." 1 a haple luformal, T+ o "h"ito ail, h .r
.<^l ;l A*' 0 0WIN, Ticket AewOg
.'.'. w

777. .. *. (' *


.. :




life buo
an Co
is of
Sthe sa
a onside
m Sham

to tmer.

as-to I

~ eordce


*tt lrom
o. to bt

the ornanes

Sthe 0o
t ae tha
bdeuate p
cultural pr<
h h tries f
toiaii.Ian ad1
ait that t

the fc
u4 e~ tht

* oeriEn

,,he thcr

M0till oin j

platedthei t

er re-ele
t'ed by

t tent

" tatt

-eta the

plan ent on Ac Conditlti o t ii WorQ' Preo*a#ling c d t Weot Virginp l at
t h rock S. High Winds 9rt GulW Poast. r*t JN 4
pr 2-Al e Natu as t least been kind. &to ,Newpotb Va A. ri 20.-The new
n "ed, itorial s thie : ~r k, Episqops an aand others w ho .believe e n= ru the e Vi rgin'te, was launchrO I...
ert at -the strtne a din4 ngall ~meatS except fish 0on t I t resd.,nt .Curedbytheuse.of K0d41am.received.daily. .one"
iusa Si'r.: T.Iozia Fiday diurluji.ent.." Iurlng the [pya.. "Mr..Q4i11 O 'Catt. ThesroJ tIu besha' l,,allb ith hjt a'Y'
attempts to lift th6e A*dex .owh
.several r fr the > sn a on d elious members of r the WNeW t News' Sfipbuiding compa ion otr otherstoa in withtIt er.
mVbtt that hig, hopl were Ilaf tribe were. to he had in abans f orm eh Ct-dhqerhno Vlstentg pn l to ou o ty ealbmrle to ie ee"igt
of his suoces and trupt dane@' but on Easter Monday tihe' wind tAe eldest .utc-'' o0f Albe' t D.WhItei creted by the stomach and digstiv. -tpn t ) ,
avtable delay wilnot spi becamefere eon the Gulf oast) with f:t gt V .vho was offlcllly roinaidequateItotransform tlAnutrientpro~ I Gra uate .tiumeooll, t t
(II's chances. The Stan. the result4that the fishing industry has ttel by the i.vy departnAnt to be sls of. the food Into- bloo. That 13', riveI sOryS eres'- nCOi Itni
that a further explaiatio ben ,serriously retarded. There has pongor for the West Virgii. Mi s indigestion. The system s deprived rt0 Orown.ketrp wer "k.. anr ,i iaS
dent ais needed. It re been very little doing in the fisheries Wioten ws attended by th-ee maids o e nt a hment r to tapeo m Ws ic -u D. A)
t time it was a t Caedar Key, and it has been impos- hlr, hCler, s err.1' ,Missl Ora,. Wh'.tt more of tho delicate organs gradually grows --
now t is a screw that sible. to fill the demand. The market ndw l thl White an. tss Wil weak, and then weaker, until finally it is DR.J. ,PfJSON, "
e do not hear that these in this city have been short alm t hon, d. uhtfP.f ex-Go~ v rI Wilson, diseased. Here a great mistake I made. DNTIT.
occur in the American i. I a the c 01 o t -'tt .pattv ere also That of ,treating the diseased organ. The
.he Standard fea s that Sir daily n o mny to a ces-it has t rvt pary and b s White bet doctors in the land make this very south slo aunte. e Pl i
pton's chances. at no time been impossible to sture fish, at a VVll., W- cr, ic .. r, over mistake. Why should ithey ? It teI e s
now are less than ever. However n the options have aubeend Pre- id -ut Cut .rtd 'uests to see that the trouble is not there.
paper asks why there weret it former immente proportion s., 1m:ei )1-rta bout ; t ,'" t o the K o d o lk''
ys aboard to throw to t1 ,- .ei. ,t N ,boa' .)rd **
llier who was dro;yned. In Judge Mason's Court. which the pary v; t t ( ,1 pIoint W, PATT'ON,
id publishes an exhaustive There was an interesting ease be- Comfort. where" they were t, dred 8 a
the America's cup challn:i fore His Honor Judge Mason Monday, biu quct OIVILI NOIN31.R ANW$1 Vll O.
iing that" Shamrock 1 that of J. F. Futch vs. Seaboard Air C u',reS r
-me trim as In 1901, th a POLITIO .IN' C i a in re state. WthorouaOly tpos! t
rs. trim as hmrn 1901, th Line Uailway, damages for two hogan I N : This famous remedy puts the stomach anA w n ev ,tato to 1 a iI Aloust out
ntshkfrs thati abiutShamrockitIII18coulleCbd treirtr rb st-.*-. ..
sl cr leged to have been killed by a tra dietiveoPrgnsIi a healthy condition so .
!e mile. If she can carry fB*. leor P ,-r the veins and arteiaes of everymmuscle, tIssue --..-
rtilues The Field,the chl. The resl f te ase the hathe ren- s,, aPeiru, ArT 20 : and fiber throughout every organ of the eaon- I!tRNITUtK ItE AIRW5 "
likely to prove a slippery dering of a judgment in favor of the view ust published, pr tire body, and by Nature'slaw of health.full| l Nad New .d''
Should she fall In the cup cornptaimint for $12 trid the costs of tcilan Is quoted asai ; Y it v. strengSth and vigor is soon restored to eioh. L(o.KING U iAssI8tiYlBI. "..'(1iRED.
ill probably be because the suit, atggregating $418.70. Tnas- probable, ii eonsequteiU.o t '. stomach urdigoton, dysala a!) all o w y or sell Mrtaro. or an oInt. t.
has maide some great ad muoch as the original value claim for ber of votes which would I. ;.' ., V have taken Kodol for nearl w two e mon:to wetth o.vO ute l omtuilta Ils. hPatront
Speed of his new boat on the hogs was only $3 per head, itp- the opposition candidate I' *-ncr, after each meal and It la the only remedy .l.. .w ... w.. "'r
It would not be easy to de. pears that it would have been a wise inario, who represettas theo tia!l .r{. al that gave relief from the terrible palns I A LI:I) S. AYI.OR
re weatherly boat than the policy, t have settled the matter out- lVanee and the abstent.ion from voting endured. After a time I would take It but A
and in theory it should not side the courts. of thle Democratle party, th. I emli, onmoo a day, and now, while I keep a bottle PAI t No.AND
ble to design a considera J. A. Carlisle rep esented the comr- flclal .otdidate for the ; osido-iy handy I seldom need It, as it ha cured me. PAPIRn ttANUI1N
boat for reaching or run. plainajlt, while J. A. Amtnmous appear- $nor Cahnda6t, Would not obtain aft Mas. .4. W. CooLBAUO, Milo Cnter, NY. YAINISHVIt.E. FLOIrUA
s, ift the Reliance proved to .d for the'defeiise. abo lute majority of the votes at the Kodol Digtsts What Y. E ....
rged Sakantula or Marjory, MUhole eoutry, Bttlesonly. S1.00Sle iholdie 2% ttms tho tral Awent for .DICOLAT8A''O1S, WALl .APIP ,
Sare that she will show Murray is in Trouble. hcounttye.hlan which sellsfor0 cents. oW 'A NY. New York.
lshing speed that the Valu. Alexander Murray, who has been em- es onat n cw s te pred by 0. DeWITT aa 00., 01nA4 0 -t---- ------.
rTly qualities of fiter type ployed at Thoinas'livery stable for t e he erevsoential election DI t & M'0LIIUM. v. was.xu au *U, *t1A eiv "
by 8hapmrock [lI or Cotlum. past few months, was arrested by Mar, null and proclaim General Nieola~ -- /'""'--- '". ... "..-
be greatly discounted. Pre. shaHll Einkoon Monday morning .upon Plerola, the fMtWdltato', and I "t MEN AND WOIN: WALKER & SHAYLO '
mits, concludes The Field, the serious charge of sodomy. president of Perti, president of the re, Use mTlfoer tinl s a
t enlarged Sakantulas, how The prisoner was remaitnded to the public. cTl irgten fs i, ArO)RNoYSA.r- loAW, .
been attended with very county prison, where he will remain .. tt. _,, ..U m "uoouI Uset..S.i. Jaoksonvillle. Floria
S ______ until the sio of the circuit cou. TO BUILD RICE ELEVATORS. m CoaC.t4Mato, ipIWI |u n 1141 traH-
until the session of. the oircklit cour.. EVA#tC M IAw l00 Monto or polmotnutims.
The charge will likely go hard ont hi - OINOINNATI, 0. Sold O w stta 4 --12
N.EWS.HIS POLICY..Company With $10,000,000 Capltal Be or seat Iti p.lir wrrt eor
Ing Organized. Carpo a otl.7 OCA14 1,VEiD E R X
i Favors Adequate Protec. New Orleane, April 20.-It Is stated % .r0 ..ar .us..t r.5 li t.1w s..tI.. rImoprlt .. r
f Canadian Industries. her today tiathe party of maufe --- ..-0 W. Forth at., Jm onville Pl
tApr r rers who left h' Thursday\Ne iht TO THE lT _LI(C. ( l, ro,. 'ose..
r of the opposition In the to visit Beaumnont have become Inter. .
commons, replying to the M ot in the riceo belt through whlob* We, the mndereigmil, helreby 4agreo
ech of Finance Minister TOO MANY OF THEM DI Uteya.. over th outhorn P or fle- to pay .$1,0) tl .ay mnllfctulror of l .t dining pla -icity Fl
enewed his policy of last and that they have begun a cash lub- paint who can llhow, by 6mimilar te.ts, .....
vor of adequate protection .scrpton list looking to the. organL4sa, miy paint standing upon ally tnital W I--
dustri He complain Teie tlon of a .$10,000,000 company to build stirfaco as perfectly iiLd( for t o U ng i t
rge imports of goods, espe to Stand the Ordeal of elevator, throughout the rice belt. time ns our FINE' WVINEi. I,1QUOUSJ C OR(JUA61%
the United States, which .JolApn Etslght elevators arC to bo construct Iu11T IAI'HI'AIN. tHN MltN'Z,. mrotrh r. mi,
3 manufactured in Canada,t one at CrowleyWe.pm Mt .. one at W ,A,, LAM t.w, w ,y ... J,,vivll, I
ed in his policy the follow. Houston and one at New Orlene. aTen guarant.,ll 1
ment to the proposition ol WE THINK EVERY MOTlER IN per cnt of the e pital is to ble pald 1.,l, itiun to contul" i r ttar, roontl ,n14 ., m .t ,bor, lm( t ,le.n dtig ,rau lt Ioi
minister: tIn oxe orgaWiEation. Thosh ti the J'halthmi or any of the Produts o full to cull o ill! whem in JmuokovIi ,le
use regarding the operation THIS TOWN 8HOU.D KNOW teaumont party were W. J. "Clark, of petmoleum. and whemn applied to any 11BUY
tent tariff as unsatisfactory ABOUT VINOL. Salem, O4 N, . WilIntL, E.. 8, Good, strfatce ueuordimig to our direetuions toI) IliEN I N IJA('KHONV N'II,I,.I .
pinion that this country re- 10. To.ger and A. 1'. MC.(unber, bf wenr perfectly for a perihi of five "
it a fair policy of such It the eli u Toni e Toledo, 0.; H. Smith. of NiwHamp. year", and we t gre. toh'urmlsh, frwo of i.ti iiYT 11 itN N] rttOO"L
rotect.don to its labor, agri . Growi shitre; H; I. Stock, of Scranton, Pl,; charge, all paint nve. ducts, manufactures and f oAdvliSe fr Gorm Mr. Bloek. of Buffalo, and B. Q. Menr, anmy surface where. it has proved dl- ll,. .h it m )m'N ..uiy u iw
as will at all times seur Children. / of New York. fective 8mgitl, Trlu(g oHar y l.i( ltr I at )hoe ty( natr
an markets for Canadlana *t ve. taltintont ovory night, at Roof aot
an markets for Canadians ....... ........ "The National Paint and Varnish Co., il itr
he financial policy of the Solving the Race Problemrn. Cleveland, Ohio, Ur S. A.
should include a measure Is your b or girl pale and- listlessnI 'eW York, April 20 .-In- th o1lw Ceveland, Ohio, U. A .
oro'ugh and judicious read. Do they. s, dIterentl f tom o an aSddert on "Indiistrttil Wldue. We ttake pleasure iti aunnoulelng that Til" ndr Itl .l.1"tl l. 1
f the tariff at th- premen childreit? D o, they tte H at hool, in we have oecured control for Alhtelma
-eat po) ?Ia. yotr.mwb void ti
____pomnd ga sof other by Poe whlch be pleaded for help for the neo tunty for thoe tale .of, tlh clelbratd AL N
RAPHIC EVITIor girl compia Inof heIda he ad'o, Booker 'i. Washiinton, said: "I (.h-AJ1 TE E.lAMTIu (getmerally il N
r1APHIC BREVTIES ad her studies lhardsabpp was o.ien Boston, carrying two larigl knows a, Uncleo am paintl) hi .
t so, ou may m ske up an atcelt that were nearly tooahvy fow paint has the highest t.tdorumemnemtm for "HATMA'tWUAANT .
plastic Oreater Georgia meet+ ty are girowl to-o fast. -a-ey te.a- my ..,ength Noon o+ to help tin and f.iron roofs and all ,xsedi ..
Id In Macon lat night. 'oeMU th e np tirtue u het'a a me unta kindly lookn ntlomm F. TIOIMAII. A ('o., A Aum.rr., r esad l Manesa '
rg made bond, i. P. Olivr fo r ew.etmnaig a -!. a. th Aa I wrr4,d s-ver it e. Al.F THO(ialae le, Fla, toaee thl M.e.
ail at Savannah. ofch, e yhoulcan seor toe nero. ... bar 1 o1"
Ida state senate Priday They eAd tonic In th le 6nt ab of yould t o f the ne burden o do.. d ... .. i ...... .X....
ni the bill to repeal th of the word Mdwe can tell you wtma fis you -i d *I help yourself aAd the NiC Arcds on UP 6 A'M L
aanty divorce act.ton meto Vinol raeodrL0rel, the .l..i.bsol........... Jckso vl lh, .oAd

t weight cotton ,hipmenu site of thie fa t tat it e.nt thai1 i v Moab 0a., 1' 1u i.........
'ity. concentrateed extract of thme a foo hat to secun a r h.At IIIn frr t uSp..
acola the gunners of th< medieinal prinetpl. that me. oud nh me- (o1 army-w t nt r ..-.
abm m ereted the mark eod-lve oil. h "-t. Ty slald;ma ,. ad IOt MPr, IlartbMol.oay Modhsster, 11 I. -., '

r 'day. comm e n d tEe other dlssgrreeble feature.! imlltll l r e 1 J ,,,, -A- tkL
rgia Colonial Dames com- emtbeate ne ito-of Vineotrofthary brandlo. Sth a. rSl Cks, Fish. (rimp (,'ae I' .ts
si n the pripal oSccn Vei. o ts favoably c the 1t t 0 .A., I. here taliding theme 'iattr oves ito or er Pmool, rd. owl a
Sthe prnc office creates a a ppetite and enables te [I irth0 loy.a cted ; I.food that is eaten .to do the "athat attou w I$ ps be made, t.(mIoiple-4Ittkf. 01 l orhl ;jiu"-!+.

Trhomas 0. Hudson, of thb po.iWble amount of .good... .: -H-. ... .,u
tstrict, was yesterday as F.llow1nis .a lett. that -betel y tu*, latei, aat*' D, h.a OF ..MONASTiCg 6 ., J
two men at ILCrosse and we mOh b o,,_la tom ot po pu lar n n e ''' w '
Iw. l un-down nud took tVh'oL t1e a." o ad a ntsilmne man e Y A T w .We
. Ml atton. of Mac on. e 5SIt did l me O m Me good a ad It Io. ', s te ta iet
pleasat to takeO gtt aeI V It to bsven't toeed -ael n I Ar'init LI
.on wi1ch closedth e meet m 'u*e *tI m gnto*k rto-e t tsn tei ai i t LU IH- i Ind L lt
....u Friday,- nnin e i ittO40l jBgtate ir.ti w en S1 nnl Ta t o ..
:0t .-3lp a Georgia. for thIIR. A--S N ? uir 1t#U" 1jgg gr p )e d ato t. a e ,ent ch S Pis s RESrc .
exercul It Ffrt c It, to.7be ofWfm l ght. ( a ll $ lto
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V 1Y***"PWV4

er saesanib
to vayu*

orthe Fleow-
.4 throgh
)h6;t A.kif

4 of 0ewly5try one;
.ON+i fsones of the

it a viast yeter-

\li~t& *ebts to yeape Ia, A40,.0

Itoyil ot Adaenii whero he
mins Saed Important

. W 0ior'ts the tatg[i malhaqsura

t op, 6a .thg that hs f:o.e is kepD ,
i bio.ay to zpeet thes- enMahd
okenowledge ean Agreeable cal.
+d+y froj A. 04 anock t.

| pihr ap y of Ba ftimtore,
i p, msk's lrqufd to slph.I
ain vezt^ of David
4 that of pla-e ntil the l e*-
ga it a' '4ptOrs and largeON"g
lrdE stomach may cause no

D~r. Iloberts n
hbase who .ft
Dr. Pieron isi
o .,, d,
s Honey and

e grugaso~re,, ., ^
0. 7:4r1 o of A'.u0tA
the leading business meh
Utio 4f0ty, arrived at th'e I
(:e yeste'ay. XI. will 1
.In here to several deys.
4ost.-Lad^i's open faced go
or isear the cp hFtua
i1 name ennrravtd ihside wl

S'to ttI. U,. sren g ntua receive g
able reward. Os : "
loas EIohelber W, 'he piano tiej ..
iJs well known Ih thls liby, has *
ied Ifro. *ap ezt$ trip throupgta ;'th
Wh Florida. 'Sy p to remain |e
efr some i will be a iUet n
ie Tremont io -s ;ie. to
il the "aches/" aid tire. treatment M.
Sthemn,-earaohe,,"tb thaohe, .face- tfli
e, .etc ,-are described In. "Em&er t
ilat," one Q. th ~ itaofme&15a1 an
abooha being iaMued )y The Mututal tSk
SInsrararace Co^ f ho New Yo' be
Laent onregy f wbho :dresa it'

iers spodi ~ e..bbath pleas ..

, Misrth wI m his dtes aru :
(ltop trop. Alich county. The
tsire t pe ifled upon hi.,
^*aAtd 't ,but he sate~tdi

todI "bA L+ iala,& w aa

P mto
a to a

rsjlidUbySa'1g lsand dted aitae
fabriaes qf Ms 'riea^ow"e*of

10maiOn -a4r O4 m re" In. It
Ooly. O 040,0 to o ptpeete
lihpely 64ht, the qpirgt 4zptmse will' be
ured -r the et of t he dining
ass. )Miker J~owe apd her estimable
either Are stopping-at the homne of
is, Th~tseak, whale they will be
to eet thir old Gainesville

btaer a season 0 4 delightfully 4pent
to~ their'~iends i 0 the eiy and a.,
ae4I Sp4qws *.ImA, W.. W. ish-
yml '1bl alast, --Mrs I3~lisabeth
xi esptet so prake tidrei departure
1aittls*ip home in Eaton. Rapids'
4. '* With rele.tnce that theI
~edge 4fthe6 jolly people will bid
@@ g .by for they haye assisted
Lte$ifliifc tb6king thp total tune-
ots it th* koW* t( what they have
e~ *paso qn. b. Ashley
an a an d The
n go wNstAer courteties
^the Zaton Rapids
urzzalr Atteaika p~apspreof his
ate. F tat to totam to Gaines*
us ^ ^^-), 4 will likely

Are (1~ 4m sresng aid
de.,an asia bloot4 ias pu

dai o ,'t+ff Wt U. Wuo. 0
T.'0. $Igitaa or ath^rn, one of

A wp q ha. ben, 4*s"- alld :.n the
th. Ou +.t o." i.' of

j. ta~on. h ,t number i'. 1'71.,
Te lfeg will appreciate this con-
Mge~sry J. %atey Dell and Perry M.
Oolson expect to make their departure
0tl4is wp~si fimar Wai 8assee where
.they hav f een suniimofni'ed o Ipo1r
Z1 Z .Orae artrived lina the eity
.yesterday ftom Palirika, whese on Sin-

known ,n th m O havin bee
for year asto othe church there,
and hi ns we p doubt glad
St pp at.nity o 4to welcomee him

.The ppeeraoe o!Protf. /Williams
ace(y, ihe berated baso and ,h--
asoifii t to the statee undtm
tiats!0spio pt the Alkahest Lyceum
AssOclatte1, at the Auditorium of tlie
;<0(Sin^yle Ori daed zd ^ghl Schooi;
I sb nigb:, w e. of the o t mot enloyd
abli s14I0 un6o1 ls of the season.'
rof. iay is one. of the cleverest
entertainers it bas been the pleasure
:oftginesville people to meet thisms.a-
KebnAlof'ar st immense,
and aa hulmo j tfew are superior.
S 'Th eni. ez leAt .J -night will
1-probably elaoN, Sserietsof the season,
as "t was the t nth attraction. All
he at ndN o ieW pleased, nd
feel ~Mthime was'well. apest. ioa
haeMring frhi eminent .voMallst and

Pneumonia tI Robbed of Its Terrors
by 0sl"g 1 '0.leoys 1ney $ T It
stops the rackrgecogh a4 4 hal
sT as the goup. ken
mea I tQwenn att tat pneQ

ComplIv t to Mr. Oushman.
I 1ppearsn tlzit A*.* Oshman of
this olty is havug .. t elpnei thrust

upon him. We would mot imnly that
he does not deerve the greatnessbut it

olown r p ing s victoryy here
in his catadbdat*~ for alderman, tele-(.

eleted grand i aptentative f row
Florida to the Gra4 neucmpment I.h
O. O. F., whi ltw*lI unTone In Itali.t
more in ).i eal ithe selection
was made by at Lodge Z 0.
:,which he Is.th^3L iS^ i.t___ ..secre-
Ctari are It .t i t .ai.hman e ap-

proaehing m.ritage e
Wynn and Mis Ornella. Worly,
which happy event i tranpire at
theaMtthodtias ,hurh tn Japwitr Tuesr
day evening, -ht 2bth 1wtlast.i Mina
Worloy is wel moown pa popular ia
thiseotion, hlntg ralded +at Htague
for i.wa

ing one of the'L.2h481**9

phant of Jp p oTher wlthaother

A bIormal fat teitlh tsM pospeet-

I aUtaatttute. ~4t*h. l~M~ X't@3.I5R~


thet rleo;ite t h the ommitl
Ofta$ ten f a w .tLtikag suboeripeido06
eW4 The San that they were work..g,
#84 that "theIWairtls had met with
~D ehaZ thr6ugh.
*owe4 alpoe 0t.ht date no report hasi
been made, and friends of the national
p re i becoming lnpatieut
Sit to be hoped tha: the oeitOe
1Loo il the apsoo lston together
01 that $eoe action eSil be taken. The
ost competlt tiers throughout
ithe St* are ei asslgned to others
team4,0a,40if ianesville is .not careful
sthq oanixaion will perfected toop
late. G vl has ~r years won
the repUtation of the bannerr baseball
town of the State, and. ie desire to
maIntain this reputation quick action
will be +neaesary.
Tampa last Friday signed seven men
of the nine required to complete her
tetam, and if reports are true, the

,So9th' Florida metropolis wil have a
strong club this season.
A Prominent Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's Colic. Oholera and
01arrhoea Remedy.
Rev. FranosJ. Davidson, pastor of
thd St. Matthew Baptist church and
president of the Third District Baptist
Assooiation, 2781 Second St., New Or-
leans, writes as follows: "I have
used Obhamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps and
pains in the stomach and found it ex-
sellent. It, 1 in fact the best cramp
and colic remedy I have ever used.
Also several of iny parishioners have
ifued it with equally satisfactory
results." For sale by all druggists and
medicine companies.
Dr. Taylor Spoke Interestingly on Tem-
perance Sunday Evening.
.Rev. IE. 0. Taylor of Boston, who has
been in this city delivering temper-
anoe lectures for the past week, spoke
to.a large audience at the Auditorium
of the Gainesville Graded and High
SchooLJSunday evening, the odeASion
be[ng a grand union service of the va-
rioues churches, all of which gave way
Sunday evening to this eminent di-
The lecture was filled with interest-
ing information concerning aJlohol and
its effects, and those who heard it felt
greatly enlightened on the subject.
The meeting was opened by singing
"Nearer, My God, to Thee," followed
by prayer by Rev. L. W. Moore. A be:.0u-
tiful bas solo by Mr. Macey also h.'i :I
nendeiy to interest the large Oon(
Waon. I- was a beautiful anthem,
Whioh sh'sWed the vocal ability of the

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Per D

saves Two From Death. This is the average sum pai4
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of- whooping cough and daily to policy-holders by The
broqthitis," writes Mrs. W.K. tul e Insurance Co"
Haviland, of Armonk, N. Y., "but,
when all other remedies failed, we pany of New York. Multiply
saved her life with Dr. Kins ew that by a year and the wonder
Discovery. Our niece who had cop- ,
sumpti n in an advanced stage, also of the ampunt disappears wihe
u this wonderful medicine and to-
day sohe iserfectly well." Desperate you learn how and where the
throat andung diseases yield to Dr.
Zipl g ew Discovery as to no 'other largest accumulation of truei
ne0icine on earth. Infallible for ,
coughi and colds. 50c and $1.00 bottles funds in the world is irivesteA
aranteed by all druggists. Trial
tle ree. as shown in "A Banker's Wi* 0
Waldo6 Defeats Gainesville. This book is sent on reqtie
While the first team of the Gaines-
vitle Graded and High School was rev- This Company rmis
eltfig in victory over the E. F. S. team Ao Pid Poli4hd: ies
here. Saturday afternoon, their less First-In As. A
fortunate', omrades, the junior team
of tht saniAohhool, was laboring under THE MUTUAL LIFE INvSURANCl1L
the mistortuae Of defeat at ,the hands COMPANY OF NEW V K
of the junmlrS Waldo team.
The G. 1'. 8 team went-down to de-. R" A.. tCUR.Prt.
feat on the -Wao diamond Sa.turday l enr, william and berty st., X.
afternoon. It assa good game, how. cECILLCx o a l
ever, and, noti thatmding that tle
sosore ran *ix to e.eBven, some excel- Attention, K of ".
lent plays wr maste on both sides. The regular weekly meeti
The OGtilpsalle boys returnd. last Vernon Lgod o. 20kly .hsg......
night. :Th repots an excellent time, ti s -wil e li lat the Castl
I-eteltr ap-this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
po for the hosptable manner A ful attendance is dered,
t which they were received at the ltig brother e will de ed
hands of the Waldo am "Weltc^ o m her. wl i od
d Atackof WhoopingCough. ""Walks Without Crute o.
Slie ty Htael of' toi war s Nu flted With aWi tich
A., r ,a i.tyrMt,, writes a fo- wit d. -0. ad, lowaville,&8edi.
lowt: io Nt a severe Co., en going albut on erutehd*
in o gh o d fertaga deal of pain. I w i
ofteniEed to tint an^ b ath 4n
1h6 wii66ot: :bottles. It s tht 5reMst linmem
-W. Uw.e h atw- i ur' i, ver used; hae ee rm en.l 4 i

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