Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 6, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID01898
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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i l REAI: pmornr:'ing, an :'ontt' "r.
^ jl:^:^~~' r/^l lAll +,V^II,.'VRs:k, zier of Mar.on thebl.l wacpoeed back 1
S' pon' its second read He then
,pp r opr atlon for educational In n moved that .a committee of five be .p-
r "/ : ,f' i..l + .1 pointed tq "* gg ,. auii able am endt .
Sw.. aYIV. IIV .gtA.. ,,, aid'to~ 'por"ibak ais soon as
"I.. 1 N possible before noon. 1 Mr. St. Olair-
|,^^3,PRlE8IDENT'l ;ADAM8 Meg-:HONOhRtD Abraiis :moved, to 'ay this motion on
the table, whiph was lost. 0 The. motion.
Wa Presented With aMagnificentas then adopted.
imond. R.ing 'abhd Diamond Cuff Speaker Gibbons 4the. announced
Buttons 'by i. Colleagues-Other the foleowifg' committee: Messrs.
..........attrso tI ttt tJohnston of Pasco. Long of Bradford,
matter of great hteret. West of Santa Rosa, Oren i f Fran:in
The Senate devoted its last full day and, Knowles of Monroe.
to e pasgae. eofa few bills seattered It was not until the House met in
tUro gh the calendar, and the con- the afternoon that the'spe3ialtrimning
sideration of conference reports on the committee on the general appropria-
ippr ; antJreasures. tiou bill was ready to report, it 'hav-
Mr. Bullock's bill to prevent shining ing devoted four hours to its consider-
a" d trapping of fish'in the rest water ation. The original bill appropriated
es of the State, which was debated upward'of $600,000 for new buildings,
10it alght and this morning, was passed appliances, etc. The trimming corn-
by a vote of 14 to 12. mittee cut these down by $208,000,
Mr. Love's bill, relating to escaping leaving about $400000, of which EasL
prisoners, was passed by a vote of 22 Floilda Seminary will get $80,000.
toI. __
The Senate passed a resolution pro- REV. At. J. BROWN
viding for the appointment of thre ... .
hbld-over senators to revise the rules Of Mt. Morlah Baptist Church, Col-
of the Senate to be presented to the oied, Offers His Resignation.
next session of the Senate for adoption To members and friends of Mt. Mo-
or rejection. .riah Baptist cpluroh:
Mr. Gibbons' relief bill in favor of I take this mode of thanking you all
Sara D. Van Wagoner, as trustee, was for your faithfully and Christlike ser-
lost by a vote of 11 to 12; vice of the church during, my pastoral
Senator Stockton's bill proiyidingior work.ho.re for the past seven years.
S a tax of $2,000 upon trading stamp I look back with a deal of pride and
companies, was passed by a vote 17 delight at the many hard fought bat-
to 0. ties against sin and ignorance, and pan
S Mr, Dorman's bill* to regulate the see with the bombination of your co-
employment and occupation of rail- operation and the leadership of God,
way telegraph operators and establish. we have triumphed gloriously. Many
Ing a board of railway telegraph ex.- church debts have been paid, improve-
anminerO was defeated in the Senate by merits made, and many souls brought
a vote of 18 to 0. a into service for God.
Mr. St. Clair-Abrams' eminent do- I further feel that the church has a
main bill was indefinitely postponed, better standing with the several or-
Doctor Webb's bill to prevent the ganizations of the State, especially
adulteration of food and drugs, and to when I call to mind our entertaining
provide a penalty, was'passed. ministers meeting, the Women's Home
Also two legal bills, one in relation Mission and Educational State Con-
to the trial of replevin suits now pend- vention, and are of the oldest, largest
ing or hereafter brought in this State and most prominent associations of the
for the purpose of recovering posses- State.
sion of good wares and merchandise, I also thank my many white friends
and another to define and punish for the moral and financial assistance
breaking and entering or entering rendered during my pastoral work.
without breaking a dwelling house, In the recent meeting held at the
with intent to commit a misdemeanor, church for the purpose of considering
Soon after 5 o'clock this afternoon Imy resignation, and at which you
the Senate agreed to consider no voted unanimously for me to remain,
more bills and having completed all makes me feel that I could further ac-
the work before it, took recesses from complisha deal here for the Master, but
time to time to wait for messages feeling that my service is moat needed'
from the House. The same rule in the new field which I have recently
applied during the evening session,. been called and that I can do more
Diamond Ring for Adams. good;,Tcdiltemplate strongly, though
Towards 10 o'clock Senator MacWil- reluctantly, accepting my new field.
liamn suggested thut tht So nite take a Praying that you, one and all, may
recess of a fow minutes, and indicated Ie the happy recipients of God's
that Senator Bhlunt would address choicest blessings, 1 remain,
himself to the president, Yours in Christ,
Senator Blount 'was extremely hu- X' A. J. BRowN.
Mnorous in his remarks, preceding the Constipated Bowels.
bielmial pres(lntationt, and made ref. To have good health, thebody should
erenoes pointing out the character- be kept in a laxative condition, and
istios of nearly every senator on the the bowels moved at least once a day,
floor. Coming fromn one of their num. sothat all the poisonous wastes are
ber wholTis noted for hls dignity and expelled dally. Mr, G L. Edwards,
forceful eloquente, the jocose remarks 142 N.. Mali 8t,, Wiohita, Kansas,
were greatly appreciated. writes: "Ihave used Herbine toregu-
Senator Blountt ocaSloially touched late the liver and bowels for the past
up the "snake root dtators" in the ten years, and found it a reliable renn-
S other Houn. When lihe referred to edy. 60o at Johnson Bros.
S the gilding hand, nnd the broad-mind-
S ed, well-balatneed and conscientious HELD UP SY FREEBOOTRR.
man, the presiding man, Senator '--
Blount's words were etarnest and in- Prospectors Robbed by Men They Had
cero, In conetlusion he presented He'eford, T.. JuFavore 5.-- l Pr.
resident Adams with a hanmdsom petg for ol nr J ne, N. M.,
diamond ring. a party of four Hereford people were
In reply President Adams spoke in held up and robbed at their bamp by
his isual easy and eloquent vein. He two men who had spent tho night in
S said that for the sixty days he had -the camlip with them. While the otl-
done what lhe thought was right, and er freebooter stood guard with a win.


so long a he lived, he would ever ihester, the younger one saddled the.
bear li mind the hart to heart talk, twdo boat hort,a secured tie remain.
ad thanked the senators for their lng winchelter and two revolvers and
S" ndtes and thoughtfulss. mado preparations for leaviyg. About
Senator W."000n of the Fourth that tmn o J. C, Purcell, a Choctaw rail-
i tato t ls-' ontractor. rop.e utp adtthey ro-
triet made fittlng remark' in present- ejde. to trw horses with him with,
ihg to tthepresident a token of tl ap, out his. consent. They a lo took liis
predation, regard and easteHm of the watch.
attaches of the ienttoe. He then pre.- Sheriff Inmam and pose arm pur-
aeMted a sptotf gold cuff buttons, set suing the robbers.'
.with diamonds, .
President Adams expressed to the Five Killed 1h Fight.
at"tahes hbla warm regard for then. Kainas CIty, Jwn .-A brtiet s
I: It e remarks Senator Wilson madeee al from t. i'ant a' f say, thatb
e- re to peole aling r I wen were aid hamen. t.r
1 A ent Adamto a hoghr polt eal otfhl., stae fn te a" d cttn nel. n te
:.:while. Mr. Adamsn.. lin replying, sid 'th extrme nlorthwe of the
S':", "th .ih&-t WaS hihtpurr to retire from tate on the O. ortao.N1aka t.'
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    SCHEDULE ErrFCTIY APaRIL 12. 1903.
    S 131L15 I SOUTH DIVISION
    3 900 2 o 1 v........... .. -...Ja-ksovi e. .... ..... :. 7
    10 1 5 9 4 | 2.50 p ...... ... ..... a twin ................... ,
    4 ll 34 P 4 20 P ...... ....... Waido ..............
    12 2j p0...... .. 4 60 P "r .... . GAINESVILLE ............. ,
    ... ... ... 4 50 pI v ....... ..... .......
    7 45 p Ar ...................Cedar Key................... ,v
    i 2 ...... .v ....... ........ Silver Sprlngs................
    55 p 3 50 1a H .... .. ........... ........ 1il 0w ood......... .. .....
    5 10 7 45 .. ... .... . .... Orlando ...............
    S 14 4 42 a ... ...... .. .... ad y ..
    11 6 43 0 ....... .......... ... .....Prant Cl iy .................
    510 p 7 45 a........ ...., lando...0...........
    08 p 1) 4 20 it .. ...... ................ ..Palmetto ty... ........ ...
    Sp 4 a ... ..... ... ... ......... anatee.. ...........
    7 2 p 41 3 .......... . .......rManateei .............. ..
    S p 45 a .. . Ar .. ... ra op ......... ...
    6 00 6 r -'..I I pa .... .


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    Lv Jacksonville........... 8 45 a 7 50 ......
    fAr Fernandina .......... 1 Oa 900p ......
    Ar Brunswick...........1201 p 10 5! p .......
    Ar Savannah.............. 10 p 1 5a.......
    Ar Fairfax.............. 809p 144a .......
    Ar Deuniark............. 3B57 P 20a.
    Ar Columnblia.............. 0p a .. ...
    Ar Camden ............... 740p 54 .......
    ArHalet............. 955p 805.......
    Ar Wllmington.......... ..... 1205p
    Ar Southern Pines....... ii18 p 9.86
    A r taleigh.... .. .... 8 1046 .......
    Ar Portsmouth ........... 8 00a 5 85 p.
    r ichmondVa........ 686 812p .......
    Ar Washington........... 0t10 a 8 80p ......
    Ar Baltimore ...........11. 25a U2Bp .......
    Ar Philadelphia.......... 86 sp i s.......
    Ar New vort.............. 41p 680 ......


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    Ar M obile..... ............ ..
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    Chattanooga..............
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    Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, or. ,
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    TrainwNo. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman slh'v-j.'
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    Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and .JanscT
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    'LEVER SCHEME
    Ain the Heart of a
    Where it Enjoys a
    i and Safe Ekist-
    Selling.
    ,here exists in the
    hua county mid-
    . Orange Lake,
    of the blackest
    b ilicitdistillery
    quor is ,turned
    krrels'. The di4-,
    an old "moon-
    Georgia type,
    nd the business,
    bf the goods,
    looW tree a few
    e still, at the
    'hosewho are in
    te that when a
    key is desired all
    carry anempty
    r with the price,
    Street and leave it
    ug later the jug
    ning the desired
    one is the wiser.
    ner and operator
    hourly visits to the
    Istomers of a wait
    eriod. As a mat-
    reful with whom
    ery near knowing
    a .safeguard that
    he hands, of one-
    1tain "password";
    'the customer to
    paper and place oni
    Oisel in whicl it is
    . whiskey. Every
    prise has this pass-
    esisel is examined
    ijas slip is noted, to
    ' there's nothing
    i been in operation
    the owner, enjoy-
    l.his custon)ers, is
    Success of th vern-
    ibility of being de-
    sted when Gaines-
    sthts unlawful but
    .pen branch quar-
    VIt might require
    to meet the de-
    nase in revenue
    oet the expense of


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    ar Experiences
    Jig Good Men.
    is against all ef-
    Ot-class ball tWam
    pasion. Notwith-
    r Me Arthur has
    tO enlist players,
    : hard to obtain,
    i far advanced a
    yera have signed
    Where are plenty
    Themselves play-
    VArthur refuses t9
    is he has the to-
    a*i of the baseball
    pie.
    !the season eould
    f the week with a
    Sas matters look
    t(oanetvlle 1will
    ast ten days.
    0&blesL
    Oher is a great tax
    bower of bsbiei;
    06 they should be
    bf Whitt's Cream
    Udren's tonic. It
    : fseilitatethe dih
    I so that they woon
    ithy and active.

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    Every young glr; who suffers monthly,
    Every woman wioe Is approaching maternity.
    Every woman who feels that life 0i a burden,
    Every woman who bas tried all other meaas to regain health witot success,
    Every woman who Is going through that critical time--the 4ha4ge of life-
    k invited to write to Mrs. Pinkhams, Lynn, Mass., In regard to her trouble, and
    the most expert advice telling exactly how to obtain a CURE will ea sent abso-
    lutely free of cost.
    The one thing that quaUfles a person to give advioo on any subject
    s8 experience -experience creates knowledge,.
    . No other person has so wide an exper" :,co with female ills nor such
    a record of success as Mrs. Pinkham has 1 :t1l.
    Over a hundred .housand cases come before her each. a'r. Some
    personally, others by mail. And this has been going on for twenty years,
    day after day, and day after clay.
    Twenty years of constant suocoss-think of the knowledge thus
    gained I Surely women are wise in seeking advice from a woman with.
    such an experience, especially. whe it is free.
    Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, wrote to Mrs. Piniham when shie was
    ln great trouble. Her letter shows the result. There are actually
    tlhousaids of stichlletters in Mrs. Pl~akhin*'s possession.
    ZDr Mlas. PitxuAMi haveboon uaidArd cor' treatmret for tlo
    troubles for some tt1e, n..but itho.t ,ny-et 40W e %lMs
    Abroad tuior. I paknit *1t down withaoua lh4 pa nd sore eA d
    up my so.in, I ave r, PIWg wn pnst *t MI boe
    Is swollen, I tanot weAir my olptql: i%*th A n a' fWt omb rtit'4sfv1y
    swouen, id have had o sflo ei ,-ills fo toit l a app.te I
    good. I cannot walk or on my toetor ant y lng of ttme.
    4"The symptoms of ribrold Tumor given in toui ti ltt(les ,ok aeourataly
    describe mt catem, so I write to yow for- advice. --MMU *.1 F. 1ATasy, 256
    D udly St.. (Botun), Roxbury, Mass.
    'T DiAn Mas. P twiAx:.--I Wroto to 4oU deeorlblng my sympto6m, and
    asked your advice. You pl.ied, and I followed allit r directiotuts caretfully
    for several monthA, and t.o- avl am a well wo4t4i.
    '. Th6e ais of Ly4dha EL tAkhattm's Voeetalble Compound, together
    with your advleq carefi1y folUowed entirely axptlled toi tumor, and strength.
    oned the whole system. 1 ean walk ml)es now,
    "'Your Vegetable Compound is worth flve dollars a drop. I advise til
    women who are affleted with tumors, or any female trouble, to w rit' y for
    adinle, and give it a faithful trial.*- Mrm Ma V.. IA 1Te. 2- Duidloy It,
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    Ms. Zy. will gtdly anwer any and t ltters that meay bb
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    2:25 pmi Palsltka, Daytona, JIktsonvillo, I 1:41pr)
    !Daily North, East. and Wost D aily
    11:40 ia High pringa W6yoross, Havantahi, lrunaiwleok, 11o0 pin
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    0'tee. Ardreas. THE DAILY SUN.
    SGAzU-B@V1LIv. FA_
    COL. BRYAN ON GOOD ROADS.

    One after another the prominent men
    ^ll.;',i":ol the nation fall into. line with the
    8I;"."good roads movement. One of the no-
    .talfle features. of the recent conven-
    tion at Si. Louis was the bringing to-
    :.:-gether of President Rooievelt and Col.
    ^ :i'' Bryan as speakers from the same plat-
    : l0orlnm.. Widely as the two mnay differ
    ''oni other questions, both are enthu

    SicaSti advocates of better highways.
    o' The Colonel has been studying the
    good roads question recently and ha
    taken a favorable view of the National
    gi d Opan. In a recent speech reported.
    i In tshe 0ommoner he gave utterance to
    tiih'..he following sentiments:
    ii:. '. haveWbecome exceedingly inter-
    : ested in this subject, as I have studie-d
    t. In fact, I have been thinking how
    S many question there are that enlist
    the thought and arouse the interest of
    those who seek to dn something for
    their fellowmen. Nothing I have
    turned my attention to in the last few
    years has seemed to come nearer to
    the people than this question of gniod
    country roads. I find th that there is a
    S new field there, and I have already ad-
    S anced so far that I )i)nv mde d up my
    mind to build a little road out near my
    farm, but to do what I can to get my
    S ounty and Ily State to dI something
    in the matter of roads.
    S "The expenditure of money -for the
    S improvement of the common roads canl
    be do defended, lt, i, s a lnitter of ju s-
    iic loe to the people who live in the coiiun-
    try ,second, asa matter of advantage
    to the people who do not live in the
    country, and, third, on the ground that
    the welfare of the nation dcmanlds that
    the ebmforts of the country life shall,
    as- fur as possible, keep pace with the
    comforts of city life.
    "It is ia well-known fact, or a fact
    easily ascertained, that the people it
    the oouutry, while paying their full
    shiire of county, State and Federal
    taxes, receive nas a rule only the go-
    oral benefits of government, while thi
    S people In the cities have, in addltiot
    to the protection afforded by the gov.
    S ernment, the advantages arising frotr
    the expenditures of public moneys il:
    their midst. The farmer not only payt
    Shis share of the taxes, but more thati
    S his share, yet very little of what h!(
    :. pays gets back to thle farmer. Poopli
    |':; ; in the city pay riot on ly less than th|eil
    I; share as a rule, but got back praoti
    S ally iall of the benefits that come fron
    : i the expenditures of the peoplie'i
    S m.onoey. .let nm show youm what
    lnna when I say that the farmer pay:


    more than his share: The farnmr hap
    I, visible property, and in vvpry form o
    |Wt*-. direct taxation visible property pay!
    More than Its share. Why'? ooeaust
    the mian with visibit property alway:
    pays. If he has an acre of land thi
    aessor can find it; if lih has horses
    :, they can be counted his cattio can bt
    ;i e'n n ratdr If .) l .a. i i. lth .....w


    acasiop itnay reqtnryn, 1an* .iWittl. Z
    oxtensil o of raodelfery he b n
    4dditioeal nd^ for god yoads i- or-:
    der thatli he may 'k in oimmmuni
    ca'ion witha th0 ,i i 0 -orld. .
    "J, t, to .what' -ent action should.
    e t~a)n bj th* iera govO nment,
    theSt&e gvetlt ent, the oo.ty and
    the preen4 n w Phat .ptpvton the
    burden should be borne, is a question
    for dileussion, but that country 'oahds.
    should be constructed with a view to
    permanent and continuous use .is
    scarcely open to debdtte';
    "I have such confidence in the pa-
    triotism andlintelligdnee of the Ameri ,
    ,can people that I believe that in the
    clash of ideas and conflict of vibws,
    the best will alw.ays be triumphant,
    the people having the benefit of the
    combined wisdom of all the people.

    Thle State of Illinois iwas bought in
    1723 from ten Indian chiefs for 200
    strouds., 260 blankets, ,60 shirts, 150
    pairs of stroud breech cloth, 500 pounds
    of gunpowder," 4,000 pounds of lead,
    one gross of knives, 30 pounds of ver-
    miilion, 2,000 gun flints, 200 pounds of
    tobacco, two dozen gilt looking glasses,
    one gross of fine steel, 16 dozen gar-
    terings, 10,000 pounds of flour, 5,000
    bushels of Indian corn, 12 horses, 12
    horned cattle, 20 bushels of salt and
    29 gons. ____________
    Andrew Carnegie has given away
    nearly $100,000,000. R.educipg this
    enormous suawn to dollar bills and
    laying them end to end, they would
    make a ribbon reaching by way Of,
    Suez from Chicago to Manila. A tell-
    er could not count it in less than a
    year, using $5 bills and working eight
    hours a day. In silver dollars "stack-
    ing" ten to the inch, these 100,000,000
    coin would pile in single column 160
    miles into the air.

    Coal has been discovered in various
    sections of Alaska. These fields are
    of unique value because of their loca-
    tion, these being' the nearest of all
    American Coal mines to all of the isl-
    and possessions of the United States
    on the Pacific, the nearest point, in
    fact, of the American mainland to Ha-
    waii, Samoa, Gua-m and the Philip-
    pines, and are nearly 2,000 rules nearer
    to Asia than the Puget Sound mines or
    San Francisco.


    :. -.- 7: -: --.... .-:. =
    One million acres of California land
    will be opon to settlers by Uncle Sani
    after Juno 15. Perhaps it isn't the
    bestland, but by irrigation it would be
    valuable.
    IHawaii wants to encourage imumi-
    gration from the United 'States to do-
    vehlop small faris in a million acres
    of public land in that far-off posses-
    sion.
    Niine thousand immigrants arrived
    at Hamburg, Germany, recently en
    route to the United States. Extra
    steamers have been put on.
    If Aluska could be lifted and super-
    imposed on the eastern part of the
    United States, it would cover tp twen-
    ty States. __
    California )roduces more dollars'
    worth of oranges than of gold-or-
    anges over $18,000,000 and gold i$17,-
    About 500 of the 1,200 locomotive
    engines used on the railroads of Ja-
    pian were manufactured in the United
    States.
    Oatarrh Cannot be Oured'
    With local applications, as they can-
    not roach the seat of the disease.
    tCatarrh Is 'a blood or constitutional
    disease, and in order to cure it you
    musnit take Internal remedies. Hall's
    Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
    acts, direoily on the blood and nutous
    surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Curs it not a
    quack medicine. It was prescribed by
    one of the best physicians in this couln-
    try for years and is a regular prescrip-
    t.ion. It is composed of tho best tones


    e known, combined with the best blood
    puritlirs, a cting directlI on the inu-I


    gnO to squeal wht,u the asses or ap ecous surfaces. 'The perfect combina-
    proaohes he cannot hide I then,. 'rThe tion of the two ingredients is what
    rr e hs nothing that e suoh wonderful relts in
    .fiorwr h.adnothing thait'esas1 e ring eatarrhl, Send for tesLimonuials
    O ionI fe. r
    "'The hniprovemnunt of the country F. J Cit hxv & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
    toad- i &n be justified also on th t e Sold by drugeist, price 76 o.
    groundd that the -farmer, the firoM and lall's lamy. Ptll. are thebest,
    twoat ImpOrtlaut of ithe pr Klueers of Within ten yea rs the protdocts of
    .ealth, ought to be in position to hold Alaskn will amenoiut to fifty million
    hid ropand market it at thi'e most fa- lollanrs pOr annumi .
    ~ i abe opportunity. whereas at r Cuts, Bruises and 8urns Qutckly
    le i at aloon la it is mature be- Healed.
    vAdase the road may mbeeome ii-. tlhanbewrlailn' Pain Bal il an auti-
    4 bl. b .9 at aa time durifmi the fall, septic lii'"i t.aemid wht applied
    .O.. eus u, brmnuisec c. tse a tl..hem
    tif.tnamer hMi right to insist to. health wu-it O t tJlatu lon a acta
    S o tt will enable l lm to gto For bale al Artr toit ,
    h, 'to t4e c"oo ho~'M W lne deaer ,


    BIIYCENTS

    OOK A LiFt

    I'hirwue.Year014 I Shot by
    1on0oe ew at Alachos.

    THE BOY'S SISTER OWED DEBT

    When She Refused to Pay Her Brother
    Interfered, With the Result That
    Proved Fatal to Him-Drew Now in
    Alachua County Jail.


    Alachua has another hnmiicide to go
    onrher records.
    This time the victim was a thirteen-
    year.old colored lad by the name of
    Stephen Randall, and his slayer was
    Monroe Drew. The entire trouble was
    caused over i debt of fifty cents which
    it is claimed the Randall boy's sister
    owed Drew. It appears that the debt
    haa been of several months' standing,
    and that Drew had repeatedly demand-
    ed of the girl his pay. On this occasion
    he went to the Randall home, and after
    another demand there followed some
    hot words and the altercation which
    led to the death of the boy.
    The shooting occurred about 7 o'clock
    Wednesday evening. Randall lingered
    until 7 o'clock Thursday morning, when
    he died in an unconscious condition.
    Immediately after the death of young
    Randall Drew was arrested by Special
    Officer Fugate. He was arraigned in
    Justice Williams' court at Aladhua and
    bound over to the county jail without
    bond. Mr. Fugate arrived in this city
    with his*prisoner Frilay, and he is now
    confined in the county jail,
    VETEF~tNS HONOR DAVIS.
    Appropriate Cremonies Are Held In
    Georgia State Capitol.
    Atlanta, J'ur.c 5.-The birthday of
    the loved and laniented Jefferson Da-
    vis, chieftain of the southern confed-
    eracy, w.s appropriately and fitting.
    ly celbrated in this city yesterday,
    the h tives being the evpen of the exercises.
    A large number of confederate vet.
    erans, Sons of Veterans and many of
    the south's loyrl women gathered to
    celebrate the birth of the leader and
    chieftain of thoi south during the
    years of the exitence of the Confe'd
    rate States of America.
    An elaborate and thoroughly inter.
    eating program had been prepared un.
    dor the ausigeesc otf Atlanta camp No,
    159, UTnltof ,C onfederate Veterans,
    COrn.p ,'-sle" Anderson., Camp W. H.
    T. V'N"1ter and Camp A. Wheeler's.
    cavalry; also the Dnughters of the
    Confedeiracy, the Ladles' Memorial as.
    sociatlon, the Order of Robert E. Lee,
    the Chlldron of the Confederacy and'
    the. Snits of the Confederate Veterans
    participated.
    The faturo of the occasion was the
    address of S'lm W. Small. Colonel J.
    R. McIlrtcsh. the general ounnsel of the
    Pestal 'roleirarph and Cable company,
    who has recently moved to Atlanta,
    naso mado a. stirring addr.'ss. Colonel
    Trlntos h wars a personal friend of
    President PD~vis, and related a number
    of touching Incidents In the life of the
    chloftain.
    Montionrery Honors Davis.
    1'"on toim e ry. Ala., June 5.-The
    birthday of Jeftferon Davis was ceie.
    'brrted here. All banlhs were closed
    and the courts euspenddeo- business. lEx
    erelwsa were held at the Girls' High
    school. Secretary of State J. T. Heot.
    ,In presided and addresses were made
    Jy Senator T 8. ..Fraser and Gener-
    Al John W. A. 6untord.

    BANNER SALVE
    is the most healing salve In
    the world. It ctres Sores, Cuts,
    Burns and all Skln Diseases.
    It positively


    i
    i


    Cures Plies
    8. KlnnbatW. 8. WSaat Ohio Stob


    Ticag wFloridt a ba
    sinle eeral y.. .W. R SAL.
    Shnedsomely !atratgdg maig=i'
    devrte do alW thmndl a4e alet o
    totleve sMe.e
    PIJAR4AHTtESa )P*8US09
    Sol by W. V. Wlaac9 Dr.g Stere.



    Fruit arnd Truck Growers

    One Year .. ..... ... $1.00
    Single coplIs .... 10


    A handsomely tlostnrted magazine
    truli awl veget.abe apowers of

    *A sptial tPtM Sw rit on or six
    mi* will b on roeipt of 3
    daata. Sta 5 "
    ; ++- ; .. ". .,;;i . :^^ f ,' f;. ,..,4


    '*i uch it owes to 0blod that's good.

    -Good brood is healthy

    blood, blood that free

    from impurities, f$ r


    inherited or ac-

    quired, and full

    of vitality and

    vigor. It's the

    kind of blood that


    is made by


    Hood's


    Sarsaparilla


    Which cures more


    Blood-diseases


    and Functional Weaknesses than

    any other medicine in the world.


    If there is biliousness
    or constipation, take
    HOOD'S PILLS
    ALSO.


    Accept No Subtitu
    No su


    "I have been prescribing
    Hood's Sarsaparilla for the last
    three years and find it an excel-
    lent alterative and blood purifier.
    It produces the very beet results
    where a medicine of the kind is
    required." R. D. Jicons, M. D.,
    Vinton, Ohio.


    tes for Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills
    bstitutes act like them. i


    Usnt Ctkes conipa
    t k .aby agitating
    bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
    secretes enough bile to make the intestines
    execute their natural functions. Unnat-'
    ural agitation caused by cathartics, compels
    continual and increasing doses to.
    atta the results.


    ac* on t
    liver; cures 0:
    eli and Fever, and every f),m
    Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and IM
    SmlttIng Fevers, and, by going to the st ,t"
    trouble, works permanent cure.
    FIFTY CENTS PER nC)TTI:

    For Saleby Johnson Bros., GainesvillH


    WHITE'S GREAM
    VVORMS! VER*MIFUGC
    ) oatL anRustty. ..... 1 t
    For 20 Years Has Ld aIWorm Re s ls.
    e 1 -- .^ JAME8 9. BALLARD, St. Lou

    For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gainesville


    ainsYville & Gulf Railway Compa


    THE FRUIT & VEG TABLE
    OF PLORIDA,


    ROUTE


    'TimeTable in effect January 4. 1902.
    .. .. ', ----... - - =-- ,,--- -, .


    No, 6.
    Daily No. 4.
    Exo't Da.lly
    8tinday


    No.2.
    Dally.


    STATION


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    9 *08 ...Wata
    ,9 15 ...........Rooky
    10 00 L 8 v *v .t
    Ulh 8b5 858..........Ban,
    I' lk) 710 7 10 :,
    l-&2 1718 7 17 G.-
    [ia40 70oAt 7 85
    0810 ..tUke
    .. OO ..JlkgonsUle
    .. 00 g88 p ..Tatllhac
    810 4.1 .


    Tralha s3 ad*4 will not riu between

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    FLOiDA, JUNE 6;1903::


    Iltoti i* her6y V ivutt ttog
    :i :, the. ount a to i q 1 wld atpy'
    w Qo the eoUh t. hsou dor i"rm'avi!,th 'day of July,, A. D., 190$,
    ifIeo Fl, In u of or sol w eh.-hereof as will b -u-nte
    y to pay the amdut we for t1x0 and c0~Ot herein set opposite to the
    htog th with costs of hale w*i .dvertsig.


    DESCIPTON


    a 1, 8, 9' and 10 e of river......
    1 of w%......... .....***
    of e%.. ...............
    of net...... '... . .... "
    of 8Wy and. sW% of s-owl
    of se4 and seW of e. and
    of 8so.. .. .. .....
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    B sel and w% of neu ..,,..
    of se .... .....*****
    s% and se% of ne/%.. ....


    of sw .... ............


    of ee %4 ... .. . .... * ** *

    o(f sew% ... .. ..... ** *** ...*
    of nwy and nw of sw%..

    of ew% .................


    . .... ..... ... ..
    of 6O%., ........
    osw w and lots 1,- 2 and 4....
    Sales 2 acres ... .... ... .
    'of ne'/4 and sy of nw4 and
    Sof sw4... .. ... .""
    :eass that oovredr by the town
    Ie11 and less 16' acres sold
    d aes right of way ......
    :, 2 and 3 block I and lots
    '2 2 blow 2, lots 1 and 2
    ik 7 and lots 1 and 3 block 8
    i 'lot 3 block 9, lot 1 block '10
    3 block 12, lot, I block .13, lot
    >lock 14, lots 1 and 3 block 10
    6 of Bell.. el . ..
    block 1 town of Bell......
    i8 ,nd 4 block 2 town 'of Bell.
    ,2 3 and 4, block 3 and lots
    band :3 block 6 town of Bell
    ck 4 leas lot 3.. .. ..
    bloc 6,. -town 'of -icel,. ..'
    loc0k 0, lesa lot ,1 ,town if A,!':
    '3 ind 4 block ,7 town of BIlil
    2 and 4 block 0 town of Bol
    Block II Jot 4 block. 14. ...
    Block 10 town of Bell......
    11 less lots 1, 2 and 3. town
    'f Bell. .... ..........
    2 and 4 block 12 town of Bell
    ',3 and 4 block i3 town of Bell
    block 14 town of Bell.. ...
    .block 11 and lot 1 block 16
    Nvn of Bell.. .' ..... ....
    "2 and 4 block 15 town of Bell
    Sand 4 block 141 town of Bell
    'of n.w%. and w v/ of ae'4 and
    A Of aw /4 and lot 1. .
    iney/ aanud lots 1, 4 and 6 ..
    Of neV, and c. of nw'4 and
    t,. ..... .. ., ... .. ......
    'if eA.e .. ......., .. .


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    40
    40
    4)0
    40 r
    120
    120
    40
    40
    120
    160
    40
    120
    80
    80
    80
    40
    160
    80
    80
    120
    38
    40
    210
    40
    41
    80
    215
    158
    200
    100


    267
    4d 7
    76
    86 7
    8
    S2
    8
    4' 8
    10 8
    10 8
    11 8
    12 8
    12 8
    13 8
    13 8
    14 8
    14 8
    17 8
    10 8
    19 8

    23 8

    4 8
    25 8


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    8 J
    8 J


    OWNER


    owl.. .. 83
    Sykes.. ..... 1 3
    Sykes .... 1 32,
    B Thomas., 3 22


    Unknown ..
    WV T Nelson ...
    W T Shinhold.er
    B W Kelloy...
    J C B Thlcnas...
    ,J6 W Turner..
    J F May .. ...
    J F May.v......
    J P Williams &
    Co .. . .
    J P Williams &
    Ht J Brock....
    Milton Hlodge .
    J A Hodder.. .
    Jno Miller ...
    W J Onno.n. .
    W N 'iodge ....
    Milton Bodg ,,
    w, C Uodgo....
    HjC O6ok...
    W J Grant.
    it Cook...
    F < Brown, Trst
    H O0ook.. .....
    C A Blankenslip


    H H Henry ..
    P B Jones.....


    8 14 115 C A Gassett....


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    25
    25
    26



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    25



    265
    86
    26'

    25
    25
    25


    8 14
    8 14
    8 14

    8 14





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    8 14

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    8 14


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    8]
    81
    81
    81


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    f ne' and ne' of se% ... 9
    ';.'" 79u14

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    , .. rd s.......4 7, 14



    r of lot. n 210 0 5, 62%


    Miln Co., lot rui n 101 yOd
    yards a 101 yards* 74~0 Ms 15 9 14
    iong at so, orstorf law4
    Mills Co. lot rs 140 yards
    : ya Nrd, w 140 yards, n 17
    I alo comme~iniiig 5 y
    nw Corner of MIdwy Mil
    Pilot, run w 36 s 5

    S, sio o wa ,d.
    I w 7 yars aind a 4 5 I
    .. ....... .. 159)
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    Sold by us oontinuon1ly 'for

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    without a single fatluro. If yo
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    iervloe buy the .


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    SAVANNAll,)

    JOHN D. MURPHY,M!,gr





    Farming ipments

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    Squanlly, .


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    W N lap. ..-
    A Eagle ...
    Bordnu & Grautt
    -,ir: L Thomas
    ...I W Thoiat'a

    SJ Lan. ....
    C W (!ha,-.,.
    C W Chase, ..
    J A Oaun.on ....
    C W ihase ....
    F B Jonoe....

    T D Moedow ..
    T Meadlow...
    J B 1 (lay..
    SB Jones..' ...
    Bradoley Kelley

    L T Stringer ...
    J IIB 11 ay.....


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    14 7 17
    23 7 17
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    'feet and w 210 eet. ......
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    dlWon of Whitstone Est part


    S AI*, of nw .... . ... ..

    aero -In nw corner of nw/A ....
    Lot t block 321n nwl, of nw'.. ..,
    1/4 of a ... .... ... ...
    Oommenoing at Aw corner of Henry.
    Udwards lot in soe4 of nw i, run
    U 110 feet, 6 60. degrees e 100 feet
    S110 feet,n '60 degrees, w 100 feet
    tot 4 bloek 1 High Springs. ....
    oisntinta at sw corner of lot 2
    block run n 200 feot- e 100 feet
    a 200 feet, w 100 feet Fairmont
    0 1,, 3 and 4 block 160 Fair-
    n --itnt t ,.. .. . . .. . . . . . ..
    SM 17 except lots 1 and 3 Fair-
    tai: i t ....... ........
    16oike 528 ,, 74 and 75 Higa ,Sprgs
    't t block 148 High pg......
    Lot 3 block 107 High Springe ...
    | t 0 block 117 High Springs ....
    WVt of lot4 block 107 tigh Springs
    Lot0 block 48 and lots 4, 5 and
    .8 block 116 High Sprhgs .... ..
    X% lA lot 2 block 127 High Springs
    Lot 8 block 181 High Sprngs .....
    IW W of' lot bloek 56 r I High
    Springs Santa Fe.. ... .. ...
    ts 1 and 2 block 4 r 2 High
    E pringa or Santa Fe .........
    Lot 2 block 5 r 3 Santa Fe ....
    S8 0 of lota 1 and 2 block 8 r 2
    Banta i e ... .. . .. .. ......
    ommluencing 60 sw of no corner
    S" block 4 r 1. aRun aW 25 feet nw
    S50 feet, no 25 and so 50 feet Santa
    Fe .. .. .. . .... ..
    Lotsa i nd 4 block 1 Whetatones
    add to 11igh Springs .. .. ......
    ILot. I and 2 block 3 Whetatones
    add to High Springs .. .... ...
    B% lot 2 block I Whetstones add
    to ligh Springs . ........
    S Lots 1. 2 and 3, block 10 Whetstonea
    Sad to lig.ih Sirlng .. ..
    Lot 15 block 0 Whlotatonis add to
    High Springs . . . .......
    Lot 4 block 42 W\hotstones add to
    High 1 Springs for 1901 ......
    Lot I .f W/U of block 10 Pattons
    Wadd to Hligh Sprinihgs .. ...
    Block It Ptt1o ns addl to High Spgs
    N/! of lot s5 itid lilt 0 block 8 Pat -
    tons add to H11igh Springs.. ..
    Lot 2 Block ii Pattons add to High
    $prn9a . . . . . . . .
    Lot 1 block 142 Gibbs aui to High
    S Springs . ... .. ..
    lota 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 16(
    lots 2, 3 and 4 block 154
    High Springs .. . . . ... . ......
    Lotas 2 lnad 3 block "A" and lots 6
    1.' al block "11" nail lots 1, 2, 3
    ... t1n i block l "vi aild lot I block
    I' "11l" and lo4ts 12 antd 1.1 *,k< "I"
    lot 0 block "N" FVitell and Cl"lay
    tons add to Hllgh Springs .. ....
    Lob 4 block "O" l iFtch and Clay-
    on's ditlh to Hligh Spiring ..
    Coiitmiiohing at inw corner ot ne'l
    run a 1320 feet to M"o(res line b
    '100 fet 8 103 font to initial point
    7, '7' foIot o I) feet It 1.7 midn w 100
    too . . . . . . . . . .
    S acres n w vhr omr of sote% of seiM
    land 8 aiic's in so corner oof swT 4
    of seM4 ...................
    llRlinelchig t so corunor of'Toby
    dai.aus lot r6in w 35 feet lieno 60
    .-ft and 6A 0 feet to begtfintlng ...
    : m neiug at. so eornler of Tobyh
    A4iadtina lot ruin wv A feet, ne
    elt and t00 feet to beginniing for
    2901. ...........
    S.t.. ............. ......

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    (, owf4 n f rd.d... ... .. ... ...
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    of WI a of roh ........


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    n't W fe8 teet n'I *eet


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    120
    160
    100


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    240
    480
    120
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    360
    640
    520
    200
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    80
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    120


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    T D Meado" ..;. "30 1
    Cop Gei' Phos Fi. 5

    T pMeadow ... 9 7
    " P ,oger.. ..
    T P ieador, ., 3 91"

    T D >MeAdow .. 13 18
    T D Meadofr ..,1 58
    ,Co Gen'1 Phos Fla. 4 78

    'iD Meadow ,. 21 73


    T D Meadow ... 28 77


    T D Meador ....
    Co Geni Phos PFla
    Co Genl Phos Fla
    .J C Pearce ....
    C C Pearce ....
    W F Barry.....


    6 95
    5 05
    21 ]3
    2 18
    1 32
    4 60


    'A B Smith ..... 2 08


    t A Lamb ....
    Anderson a nd
    Newberry .
    J Underwood ...
    Mrs M 0G Webb.
    J W Childs ...


    8 17 Jno Henry..... 2 17
    W H Pratt .. .. 12 73


    J E Morgan.. .. 2 27

    Unknown ...... 3 82


    Unknown ....
    J W Childs ....
    - - Way.. ..
    G E Grambling..
    Heirs W C Jack-
    sOn ........
    Unknown .. .
    Mrs Bell Clayton
    Unknown ....
    Emma IRayford .
    S W Vaughn ..
    M J McKinny ..
    M A Parrish ...
    B E Leonard ...


    B A Thrasher ..
    Unknown .....
    Unknown .....
    J A Ellerby ..
    Unknown .....
    Jno Williams ..
    A W McDonald,.
    J W Patton ....
    T H Willard ..
    Unknown . ..
    B A Thrasher .,
    E W Clark ...,

    B A Thrasher ..


    4 55
    6 60
    1 48
    2 50
    2 80
    5 60
    9 56
    8 52
    3 02
    23 .22
    2 q0
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    2' 60


    2 97


    Thomna & Brown 2 5


    D H Dunu .. .. 1


    9 8 17 Mrn E Reeve .

    3 8 17 17 lawnry Sales ...

    3 8 17 Alex Stevens ..,


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    40
    80
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    70
    100
    80
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    20
    40
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    Alex Stevena ...
    A R Jones, ...
    T J MeKinnoy ..
    Alex Bradfdti*..
    L C Gracy.. ...
    Lewfs 'Sdwardia,
    Unkowui n ....
    M MI&'aslin ...
    Exclr Phow 1o .
    W N CVamp .
    F B Wi3iam .
    Unknow.i .. ....
    W N ,iwp. ..
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    T J Johon ...
    M 1Krby ...


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    8% of ae $and /,I of neA4. 8 10
    w of nw .................. ..9 10


    :lotof 3, 4 and a of se1 ....
    Lot 8 of eA4 .......... .......
    a of Bel/ ana s 1-3 of ni4 of seA
    d wfn% orf nwi4 of e1.. ',....


    S of0 se'f ,% .. ...... ..., .....
    ey/ of sWe4 less 1 acre in se corner
    NWI of selh/ and soe/ of sw......
    ow1 e. '. .... ... . .. .....
    % of ne4f ...o% . .. ... ....
    Ne%4 of ne/4 for 1901and ....of.....
    W% of e .. ... .. ... ........
    Ne1/4 of nee. and se4e of new%'....
    Nof nwy4 and se84 of nwA4 and
    Ws o ney4 .. ... ... .......
    8sa of neA4 of nw n ............
    eSe of nwy4... ...... ... ......
    Nw 4 of ne% and snel of, nwel ..
    W% of nwl4..................
    Nw of ne%. and so of ne..
    W%2 of nw .................
    Nw. of nei and ase4 of ne4 . .
    Nw14 of ne% and se'/ of nef 4 for
    Sw',4 of .. .. ... ...... ...
    8w',4 of ne%. ..............
    EV 'of nc% and nwi of nc'....
    Nw% of swy4 and e0 of nw', ....
    100 acres in Atkinson grant as de-
    scribed in de:d book 39 p 596....
    Set of sw ... . . . .
    ge'14 of ne . . . .. ..


    S%/ of se, .. ............ ...
    Ne'4 and n'/, of nw'/4.. ..
    W I/ nw% ............
    Sw% of ne.. ...... ........
    W /a of nel and w1/3 of swi of
    nw% and wI/ of nw'/i of swI4
    n'I/ of riw%... .. ......
    WVy/ o1 wi. and w/, of ne .. ..
    SeV of ne/' and e'/ of se ......
    T o* .. ... ........ . .. .. .
    Lots 1 and 2 .. .... ........
    Nwy/ of ne0/ and ne of nw/ ..
    Lots 1, 2 and 5.. ... ....
    y/g of nei/ of w,' 4 and syg of nw%
    of se% ...... ...... ... ... ...
    Se/4 of neA .... .... .
    Nw/ ( of nw%, ... ... ...
    2 acres inJiw cbroer of na/, of noe /
    of sei, .. .. .. ..... .
    Sw'A of nw4 ..........
    Nw4 of 01/4 .. ...
    So% of se84 of nw%.. .. ... ...
    That part of e0/ of swi n of r r
    Wy, I and sel% of lot 1 block 2 of n,
    of lot 5 Alachua.. ...
    Wy /, and se'4 of lot 1 block of ng
    of lot 5 Alachua for 1901 ......
    Lot 3 of newt of neV4 ..........
    Ne' of lot 5 and s/ of sa' of lot 5
    lock 2 Taylors survey ot n1/, lot 4
    o ailnmencing 40 chains sw of nw cor-
    ner of Garvin grant and run se
    100 chains .w 60 chains, nw 100
    chains and ne 60 chains.. .. ..
    N, of ne'/4.. ... ...
    N/a of lots 1 and 2 ..........,
    Sw/4 of no,/4 and nwi/ ot sel4 and
    n,/, of swv4 of ne ..... .....
    S8/ of sw/ ..... ... .. ...
    No% of aw'4 and nl/, of sel/i ....
    No 4 of awli4 or n%/a of lot 3......
    8% of se . .. ... . .....
    8 1-5 of se% of sw% ... ... ..
    Lot 3 less 25 acres to Youngblood
    S1/2 of nw1v less 10 'acres in so cor-
    ner . . . .. .. .. .. . .
    Et/. of 1101/4. ... .. . ... . . .
    Nw4 of ne/&. ... ... ... .....
    E'1/g of nw'4 antld nel4 of sw'/4 ....
    Lot 12 of the Haile estate ......
    E 70 acres of nw .... .. .....
    Se'Y of se/4 . . .. .
    8% of n'wy4 of swy,' ... ..
    Swy/4 of Ie4 ........
    Conitnencing 210 feet e of sw cor-
    ner of nuV/ of nw4 run e 420 feet
    n 840 feet, w 420 feet and a 840
    feet .. ... ... ... ... . .
    Ne 'of ne .. .. .....
    ia of nw . . . ... . .
    Wv of s0/ of n'/4 and w'/a of
    1ie1/ of se'/4 and e41 ot nwj44 of
    se% .. ... . . .
    ne/, of sw14 . . .....
    E% of nwli ... .. ........
    Comnntnceing at nw corner of land
    sold by Jno Hlaile to Jno Green,
    run nt 15.82 chains, w 40 chains
    S91,/ chains, e 10.32 chains, s
    14,32 chains and e 23. 6 chains .


    16 Commencing 10.18 chains w of soe
    corner. ...... ,. . .
    run. Vw 1411 ftet, a 1020 feet o
    1411 feet, s 1620 feet.. .. .
    Also coniuetie'mng at se corner. .
    10 run w 55. 15 chains n 2414 chains
    e 55s15 chains ana a 2.4/4 chains
    Sw2 of set .. ... .. .... .. .
    19 E., of nw.' of sw .... ... ...
    W of nwv of swi, and n!/, of
    aw% Ot ,'. ... .. ........
    12 Ney, of se', .... ..... .... ..
    '8' of eY .oftse, 8 .......
    N%, of wV, alnd "swy4 of %sw ....
    Lot I .su division Trapp Est .....
    42 8% ft of mswi otf swv and ney, of
    81 n,s of sw.o ..........
    L .lOt 3. Aild lel/4 (, nw4 4........
    63 h8,' of w4 . .. ...
    7 IMt 0 9 anli 10 .. .. .. ....
    68 N 3-4 of n i' of new .....
    40 S-t, of nwM4 of nwy4 of nw% and
    15 to,, of nw of tw% .....
    59 NW,. of . ..
    St 5"0of sw, of sw, and ue% of soY4
    S f e .;. ...........
    18 t . .. ....
    7'8 8i of lll. fract in g t. ....
    49 S lt. of sw .. ...... ; ..... ,
    **Lot# 0, 3. anu (r t .o .. .
    t ota'6 Sand W Imlar .. .....
    f'?4 of w .. .... ....
    13 of sw% of wi4at,,

    ,% .'. w "f ta 4 *.'I .


    12 .10 17
    1 10 17


    .160 Victoria Fla
    P hosphate Co .
    40 Victoria Florida
    hosphate Co
    30 W J Knight..
    10 D L Ajnight ..


    17 112
    17 40
    17 079
    17 120
    17 160
    17 40
    17 40
    17 80
    17 80
    17 200
    17 20
    17 40
    17 80
    17 80
    18 80
    17 80
    18 80
    18 80
    18 40
    18 40
    18 120
    18 120
    18 100
    18 240
    18/- 40
    18 80
    18 40
    18 80
    18 40


    18
    -8
    18
    18
    18
    18
    S18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18


    600
    80
    80
    100
    80
    120
    40
    80
    8
    70
    70
    80

    40
    70
    40
    20
    40


    9 18
    0 18
    9 18


    W.W Spires...
    nkown ....


    L A Btown ....
    L A Brown ....
    A Wilson.....
    T D Meador ...
    Heirs Joel Holt .
    F E Williams ..
    Unknown. ,. .
    Co Geni Phos Fla
    C L Brooks.....
    Fla. Com Co.....
    C L Brooks ....
    Fla Corn Co.....
    Fla Corn Co ..
    Unknown .. ...
    8 R Clark ......
    J F Cook.. ....
    Unknown .. ...
    J R Lites ....
    T W Clark. ...
    S 0 .nd M A
    Richard ....
    Unknown ... .
    T W Clark......
    V H Ells ......
    Jack Elliott ....

    J A Williams ..
    D ,Y Danzy ...
    Atlantic L Co .
    W I Polk ....
    Unknown .....
    Wm Cato. ....
    E G Spencer ...
    J H Cathcart ..
    Unknown .....
    T J Rivers ....
    B Bl.ke .. ....
    W T McLenden..
    J L Clouu' ...
    0 Cain Klng ....
    J L Cloud


    M F Simmons ..
    M F Simmons ..
    5 W T McLendon.
    30 Atlantic L Co ..
    Mary. Long ....


    200
    20
    .20
    160
    80
    156
    40
    40
    40
    2
    40
    40
    10
    45


    J


    Heirs Sara. Peck,
    R Thomas ...,
    J M Canty ....
    L C Gracy ....
    Thos Bethea, Jr.
    AMrs Q A Shirley
    J E ugate ..
    J H Stanley .
    D L Thomas ....
    D L Thomas ...
    J E Fugate...,
    J E Fugate ...
    Unknown.. ....
    T H Bethea..
    Unknown. ....
    heirs P Rawls
    Heirs Q p Rawls
    J G Watson ...
    Unknown .....


    A Burden ....
    vm Wiley. ...
    N Wiliams,..


    40 J W Meekins..
    40 Daisy Crosby..
    40 Gibbs Cameron..


    3 65
    1 48
    4 78


    8 18 681, Mrs A L Strina
    fellow 3


    35 8
    35 9
    35 9
    35 9
    36 9
    I 10
    1 10
    2 10
    2 10
    2 10
    4 10
    8 10
    10 10
    19 10
    22 10

    28 10
    25 10
    30 10
    30 10
    34 10
    34 10
    35 10

    1 101
    1 II.
    16 11

    14 11
    7 11
    17 .11


    135
    40
    20
    40
    40
    20
    120
    02-3


    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    18
    Is8
    18


    30
    40
    30
    40
    40
    40


    J C Hiaile
    Ellaworth T Co..
    Ml Welch ......
    .s P Phillip ...
    Harry ,Du Bose..
    Unknown. ..
    Unknown.. .
    T Trapp Jr...
    0 W arter .
    ITichd Hughes
    UnknoAwn ...
    B Boring......
    Unknown ......

    N Wood .. ...
    II Spann......
    Richard Spann .
    ir Wrlts .. t
    thkno ^.. ...
    Mrs O 0 'Go~s ..
    Mrs L D Robrts
    C D Brooki.. ..
    J S Allen. ....
    W P lA~ey ..,

    LT, 1tU ..


    is 10 C V"s. b

    IS . ..- .. 44, ", ' .. .


    8 20
    1 60
    2 18
    2 48
    3 06
    1 72
    6 40
    80
    1 78
    2 53
    3 91
    4 78
    132

    2 48
    391

    306
    3908
    3 91
    2 3
    2 18
    1 32
    2 00
    107
    3 72
    I 48
    200

    1;r78,


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    Tree and prompt del, ver, o all parts of clitY
    D, ivery waltono are out' atly. Orders by inalU
    or Athorwfs wil Z prolipt attention.
    Ie. nUpolf bOkS i a .6 ud4id prices. Corre-
    sp :dence solletted.


    KODAKS and

    KODAK SUPPLIES

    Just received an assortment asit-
    ian Kodaks,-Fllms and other suppli:4.
    Developing flrmai at eaonabe price.


    BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES.


    1"1 '." SWftiat l h',



    GUARANTY TRUST

    C .OmPANY


    Will ptop your ltnt and I .Y
    you a hme., For Informat. -'


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    ESTABLISHED 1886

    Slae a ty

    ^' *^ ' ^ .i^'t ,. -


    S94
    2 53
    1 27

    3 52
    4 13
    3 91
    1 14
    1 32
    1 32
    3 56
    2 53
    5 05
    1 33
    2 18
    2 63
    3 22
    2 53
    3 22
    2 53
    2 83
    2 48
    1 40
    4 78
    3 06
    5 08
    7 38
    ..1 79
    3 91
    1 65
    2 91
    1 32

    5 90
    3 14
    3 52
    6 58
    2 63
    3 35
    6 5
    2 18
    2 18
    1 49
    80
    1 83
    4 54
    1 48
    4 54
    4 84
    4 84
    3 62
    2 60
    1 48


    THED SUN,: GAINESVILlE, FLORIDA JUNE 6,1903


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    READ'S ODORLESS.
    New Designs In 411 Izes.


    PALMNERS .A, IOCKS
    A Full Asaorhhen, 4u1 ding
    his Latest Patterns.

    WATE0;COOLERS,
    FREEZERS, and All
    Spring and Summer


    BAIRD EARNDWARE COMPANY
    GAINEVILL1E, FLORIIA

    Gainesville MXachine Works
    GENERAL MILL AnM
    MAOHIERWt REPAIRS
    Can turn and 'straighten whole lengths
    of Shafting and Pipe-Cutting
    up to 12 lr.:hes.


    COTTON GIN REPAIRING
    A gsPoitAty, .

    P.. WESTGRAD), h.p. and Igr.

    Jpt' aB DauLL.Pres J. WaarBrTOin. Mgr.



    7TlE SU rSSIct CO.,
    Manutacmtrera of
    NEW PROCESS REGELED ICE


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    B. R. CL N, Manager,
    GAINE18VILLj, FLA.


    The question of Title a
    first consideration for the


    Abstract of Title
    To *yn p1e09 of land in
    Alachua county furnished
    on application.

    TANE$ RETURNED
    AND PAID
    And all matter concern-
    lang he redempflon of un-
    canceled tax certfiaites
    attended to promptly.


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    THKEDAILY' SUN ,GAINEfILLE. FLORIDA, JUNE 6, 1903


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    4 .4~~'-4~44- '~~Th~4444~5E
    "'.4'
    '.4",'


    `t 14 Archer ..... ......
    ce:'j R.of~9 wf .. ... ....... 18
    .'.'. ... ... ... ...... 20
    I4 o y*asnd nw%, of nel4 .... 21
    :e~~In grant* .... ..* .. 22
    oinmencing at se cor of net/4 .... 22
    yr ',n< Q4 % feet'w 627 feet a
    68% fot and e 627 feet .. .... 22
    !! I^ sey. ......... ......

    wV.4 o s4 and n /2 of sw* and
    s,5' of nw ............. ... 28
    o. n,. ...... ... ........... 3129
    S of se. 4 ... .. . . ... 32
    acres i sw corner of sea/ of swl/4 34
    ts .- and 6 also commencing se
    cor r . ... ... .. . 34
    xuwx'ln 40 chains, w 291/2 chains s
    40 chains ania h 291/# chain .. .. 34
    wWand 1w0 of'seo4 .. ." .. 35
    W/ d ti sy of nw14 and nwm 4 of
    'aw* a of river ......... .... 33
    /4 of unwy and e/, of swi/4 a of
    ive.. ... .. .... .. 1. 3
    f: of ney, and eV of ne, w of
    iver,. ... ... ... ... ...... 4
    neay . . .. .. ..
    sw . .
    f se 4 .... .. ...... .... 6
    S.. . . . ... ..... . . ..7
    o sw. W4 and nw,4 of sw /4.... 8
    if'.nw'n4 and ne4 of swvy and
    '*f jt/A w of river ..... ... 10
    o:f seO % .. ... .. .. .. . ... 13
    'of swA .. ........ ... 13
    of sea4 and nwy/ and ne 4 of
    a s 'of river..... ... ....... 14
    eof 0% ... .. ... . ... 16
    of. ne and ne4 of nwy4
    od wY 0 of nw'/4 and nw/4 of
    4/ iand se014 of swi/& and wi/a
    8e/ a.nd Bsw4 of swV, ........ 19
    of nw of nwIA .. ........... 20
    of swI/4 ...........21'
    of n.yA and nwy4 of swI/.. 23
    Sof nd and net4 of nw .. 23
    of seo a 1 eye of sw .. ... .25
    .of e0% .................. 24
    Of sw /4 also commencing at
    corner of w%/, of sw% run e
    I. feet, a '2106 4-5 feet w 822
    k n'2166 4-5 feet to beginning.. 27
    oinded w by Mary Way, n by
    Way and a by street .. .... 27
    S ence at sw corner of sw1/ of
    .. ....... .. ... ...... 27
    w 130 yards to initial point
    7n 70 yards w 70 yards a 70
    s and e 70 yards .. .. .... 27
    oee 52 yards a of ne corner
    Ieol of sw/ and run a 219
    a, w 160 yards n 219 yards e
    gards less 1 acre on n side..
    a in swL/% of sw, .. ...... 27
    f nwy ............... 28
    'of nel/4 and set/. of n-wl/
    e'A ................ .29
    nwl/4 .and sw'/ of neo4 and
    f se/4 and ne'A of sw 4...,. 30
    if ne,and n / of se98...... 31
    h.w.. ..... ............. 32
    SnelA less n% of nwA% of
    and sel/t of nw'. .. .. 33--
    Snw% of ne .. .. .... 33
    nid w/., of block 11 La Crosse 34
    and 4 La Crosse... -..... 34
    lot n less that deeded to
    falphurs and lot 19 less 50
    wide on s side to Cooksey


    .8se..... . . . . .
    hin-g where a line of Broad
    crotses road frar.i New-
    lle to La Crosse run along a
    iof road, 110 yards, a 127
    ,to avenue then along n side
    inue 88 yards and n 60
    to beginning. ........ .
    ne/m and sawt of ne%! and
    Snw . . . .......
    ney, of nw% ..........
    lot 4.. ... ..........
    :nw ........ .. .....
    Ssw4 .. ...............
    SasM and se/ of SeI/, of
    and s% of sw of ne/A'..
    114 UA of ne / and ny, of
    .................
    IA % of swy, .. .....
    lf w . ... .;
    in 'w.: ..'tser of nw% of


    11. 18
    U1 18"
    1 18
    1 18
    11 18
    11 18
    11 18
    11 18
    11 18
    11 18
    11 18
    11 18
    11 18

    11 18
    11 18
    11 18
    0 19
    7 19'
    7 19
    7 19
    7 19
    7 19
    7 10
    7 10
    7 19
    7 19
    7 19
    7 19
    7 19


    Baukaight ,.
    J Williams .
    10 David Blake ...
    40 W S Clark .. .
    12 Pit9.h &. IEomis.
    S Heirs W 0 Jack-
    son ... ......


    10
    80
    80
    sO

    180
    80
    640
    40
    6


    Gilbert Davis ..
    J T Fleming ..
    Banknight &'Pe-
    lot ... ... .
    Heirs T F King.'
    W L Clark ..
    E D Reece ....
    C 0 Kingsley .
    W N Camp ..


    176 Bolder Phos Co..
    208 Bolder Phos Co .
    275 Atlantic L Co ..
    30 Atlantic L Co .


    100
    80
    40
    40
    160
    120
    80o
    40
    80
    110
    40


    400'
    '20
    40
    80
    80
    160
    40


    Atlantic L Co...
    Atlantic L Co ..
    J W Kennedy ..
    Ann Jackson ...
    Atlantic L Co...
    Atlantic L Co...


    Atlantic
    A J Gill ..
    Atlantic L


    Co...
    Co .


    Atlantic L Co ..
    Unknown .....


    Atlantle L Co .
    Mrs 0 APopo .
    V M arilows
    L J Knight ....
    Atlantice l Co .
    A Lefler & Co...
    HI Landers.. ...


    125 Atlantic L o ..
    J H Pitts .....


    7 19


    7 ,10
    7 10
    7 19
    7 10
    7 19
    7 10

    7 19
    7 10
    7L.-.-i


    3t
    30
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    13
    15
    1A


    . .... ., . .. *
    Snw and w'/% of soe/ of
    Jad ne, of nwy, of soay. I
    f nw ...... .... .. ..... .. I
    and 0 subdivision of L L.
    E .t ... .. .........
    Whinr at aw orn er ..
    1% chains, n 8 chains, e 2%4
    . n 2 ehailn, e 6 chains, a 10
    sw 7 ' lot a of wt of. rw% .... a
    ti w ot a% .. -. .... ...
    Kad A bbetek 1S e of rr. .. 'I
    block 17 Hllstgwe. ..- -
    16 Mud S6 HIagie ..... .'.
    I t lattersetln of a
    ste 20 with n line of 'Fer.
    ranut,,. r- a W d5W<_t .w
    t, Sy, degfr"ee, w feet
    erees, w 7 fee, 5 1
    6 t 30 lfet, a 67 degra"s
    fet" to w oiwrnir of al.
    w a Vd Bd 12 f:t4t d a
    w 3628 feet to begin'


    1 0 Nichols..


    1
    *11
    40
    240
    240
    120
    80
    100
    20


    .4

    200
    20
    40
    so
    40
    71C

    10
    160
    40


    17
    '2"


    8 19


    i7
    48
    is'


    . : ... .. . ...... . 8-9 18-9
    omi lna r .at.... .9... 4 5 10

    o0 xeaia K w 2 h*l, o .
    r ant l tS ch als, .. .. N8 f 1to
    gat.p rner .. .... 9 1t
    N84 yandi, w' s2920
    yar4 and S.6 2.y.... IS I 1 l
    bat 6o0 ,;. .:'.,^ .. ',, 24.. S4 IR

    4 . ..i, ':;.'' ^Il, t;
    Bteli^'9,lfi.1.


    1 97
    98
    1 07
    3 653
    4 54
    2 59


    27
    64
    80
    A4
    01
    78
    18
    80


    30
    24
    So


    00
    53
    O0
    91
    22
    48
    18
    1i
    8(
    48


    2 47


    G W Clyatt .. *. 8 01
    Tatual Invat Co. 10 06
    V II Marlowe... 2 41

    Atlantic L Co... 6 81


    Atlantic L Co....
    Atlantic L Co..

    Atlantic L Co ..
    Unknown .. ,.
    R A Turner ..
    J C Barry......


    Unknown ..


    HO Mason
    J C Oetidn .
    F Oilbert ,.
    8 W Burnett
    T' Tho inai
    H B Butnett
    Mary Meatray
    aTituAl Itt
    Hirm,. Hllntei
    B Wigav ..
    R A Lancaste,

    Ialiney Harris
    W P Malphr
    BB McCray.
    J L Clcau ..


    42
    51
    48


    2 1


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    . . 8 7^
    ..2 07
    .,
    . .'* 4I
    ... .
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    r . 1 1^
    .. "I 3
    r .. 14
    , 8


    S. 8 11
    .. 1 l
    ... 4


    I Bets'r Rnlal ..
    S 6 W Stanley .,
    A 10 C B pt"it t
    S HMaiten &1ilimaa
    T C Kalllu .. .. .. ...
    A *au Jr ....


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    .908


    3 R Steluyd ..
    W P Vaattuw..
    W P Vi NI I.


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    SlOW
    ~I0 .1
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    S.


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    it
    ab
    Ie


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    l314
    01
    18s
    2 8


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    W 4


    saipa .. ...45


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    ,a OkSa"le .. ?
    sia" ....
    ,-ary .:. S
    Al .:" i :

    Ailt:' : /i '/ : '


    'ru so ftlong it 8 of gra nt. 60ti
    e fx- n 789f fo~ Is railroad aind


    oe alp0 g r ilrol4 to where rail-
    road. crosses line dividing ...
    Then" along section line 1923 feet
    to beginning .. ... ........
    6 acres as deacribcd in dee'tdl book
    48 page 52.,. ....
    465 acres' as deosribeu in. ideo. book
    37 page 410 .. .. ... ... ......
    SNy of so9, of ne ..... ... ...
    Commencing 14% chains s of nw
    corner.' ... .. ,. .: . . . ....
    run ae 1.70 chains. n 2 37 chains
    w 12.70 chains and s 2:17 chains
    Comumencing as sw corner of 1) D
    Stinebre lot and run p on Steven-
    sons line to aw corner of lRices lot
    and n .stake on railroad anId w to
    Stinsons line and a to beginning.,.
    SI 1/ of aw% of awy ........ ...
    Conimmencing 1449 feet, w of ne cor-
    nor run a 850 feet, w tl9l,1 foot
    in 850 feet e 01904 feet ........
    1E/, a2 nw'1 ot se% ..........
    WI'., oi so0/ of nw4 L aInt i\' I, of
    w . . ..... .. ..... .
    W% of ofT f ie of( .. .. ..
    Et y of neo. of sej ...........
    SW of nw/, of sei .... .. ..
    o U% of ne 4 of OwV4 ........
    H% of no4 of noi ............
    a 8SwA4 of sw'% of nw'4 .. .......
    W% of nw4 of ne% .. .........
    9 W%/ of lot 10 Sevenot pla ceo.1... ..
    9 Lot 23 less 15 acres on an Mit, nndI
    9 6 acres on a side Sevenoisla plc,..
    50 acres as described in deed hook
    8 30 page 170 .. . . . .. ....
    8 Commencing on w line of 1D r
    Clinch grant 6,.40 chains in south-
    erly direction and an angle of 900
    degrees nw of said grant and ruil
    I an angle of 00 degrees a 3.52
    S clhaina and 90 degree nuirtherly to
    S i stake aid 90 degrees w 3.41
    8 chains, then at a simiulr angle
    I southerly to beginning ... .. ..
    0 Conn r.t.ig 0 chatin a1 a.i'd 53 do
    5 grees w of ne oorun0t of Nappielr
    grant and run n 5 % degrees w 06
    chains, s 84 )4 degoees, w. 10
    chains to w line of Bivint Arm.,
    8 Then along dwaters edge of Bivenus
    Arm and Paynes 'rarloe in south'
    7 erly and westerly direction, then
    owtherly to a stak' on water
    hme and n 841/, e 14, chains to
    beginning. Also commence 4l/
    chains and 5% ese gees w of no
    7 corner of Nappr f grant. Run w
    Sty w 12.80 chtits to watetl
    edge and n wasterly 41 chains
    n 81% degrees, a 4y. cbsWis, a 6%
    5 degrees, e 4% hn to beginning
    8 Nappier grant .. ,. .. ....
    9 Lots 15, 17; 18 and '10 lackey and
    . Hiudson, tract ... .., .. .. ...
    0 S', of sya of sw%.. .... .......
    . NWA of uwyfw..... .... ... ...
    3 N of n/. of nwy, ... ... ....
    0 W of o ad nl/a of sw% and
    .0 of aW11 4 of river .. ......
    SLot 9, 10, 10 "- nd- 12 s of river
    SS of Pre'4 tad .neia of nwy4t west
    9 E river.:' .. . . .. ... ,
    8 "W14 of P% aa4 6l/ of wA aAnd
    n% of nwA' of aw .... .......
    SW14 and sw a..of nw/i w of river
    8o% of seA. and 'wIy of so. a of river
    7 E/ of. e.H and awtA of ae'4 and
    wi, of, ,4w and nw' of soey and
    sw4. N otf ne4 a of river and ny, of
    uswy ad 'aw4 otf nw/4 ald .e%
    and, e% of w%.. .. ..
    Nyi lots 4 11 a1nl %w% of lot 7..
    4 S/ 'of 1 ^ **.. ... . r I. . ..
    w ,4hf6%o .. .... ........
    SSoy, of na. atndd nw4, otfnf p avd
    t ay al 'nw and n% o fliw
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    19 6 W K Bartleson..
    19 45 J Griorison ....
    19 20 MO af R Putnam .
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    19 322% T 8 Hoytt.. ...
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    E Thomas ....
    N MI B MoLano
    P J O'Horn ....
    Chas Hood .....
    P Lowden .....
    P H Blancher| ..
    1 G Smith ....
    J I MoDengall .
    UH A Powell .
    Casale Evans ,..
    Maok Williamn .
    0 Amos .......


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    883 Atlatito L Co..
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    ,, SMoil attentton to Crowi and ridge: a4
    Phone ot.

    DR. GORDON B. TISO1
    DKN',TIS+. '* i i;

    Graduate Itlttiore Coullonge lontSal I''t
    Fivo years' experience in Now Yor.tk 0i 4' :
    Crow,Uridtlre work and F1llinr SPt
    Al WORK OUAtANT1MRI'.,
    OFFICE N 1 NDc 4 lIAWi K. (AIW .....

    D t. J. 11. PIWRSON.
    DENTIST
    South Side Siuatre, Ginesvtile aIS

    ltrnes iUlock, I ro#% the hll from Smith'st "o

    S W. PA'IVON,
    OIVIL ,VNaINOINR A ND SUtRVIYOHR ...
    .UA1N v R h hV.I. 16'.OtUIL. :)'e .
    Dealtr In. rela ate. Thoroughly posted
    w ,ih 'very ROU tl of t1 ad hin la t county,.
    Correstiondenec soliltted. 3 '
    J. .IIMPSIEY, *: 'Y'
    l^UHNITURnIMP RA IRMU
    and Mktt New.
    L.OOKING(O LA$S XS RE-SLVREDo.
    We buy or eOll Furnlture, or can 0ontraot
    witlt you oil the outlsttiont bttan. Patroture-'
    sio0l teld i a* mattlra thin alw ays.
    A JLOImD.S... AYt.Ou. .*|
    PANTI NO ANi
    API'M1 HANOINtI
    (lrtNNISV IUL}.. fLORIDA ..

    Ag\ent fo' DWtCOASATCiSA' A PAr1a4, ..
    COM'ANY ew 4V.w'1.ork.

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    WALKEA't & SYHAYLORI
    AT'TrONEYS-ATrLAW, '
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    CAFE BELVEPUERS
    WM. cHtiL.abR.troprtet. i
    102 W. Forsyth t.. Jaektonvillet iP4 I
    Oppsitew Ponstoltie -:.

    e, dllnh place' n olty. Ynla
    Whiim, LiuJr|,d.' Olfirs. ::^1


    I'INVE WINES, 1IQUORH & OTOARB
    JOHN MENIMIC, Promtrtetor.
    102o31 W. iay t.. Jtsokanvillve,
    FIaust ltoer, bott1h uid drautshit. onD OA
    fall to titll nI mt W1t5 o llien i lt onvl O .l

    VJI.EN IN JACKXSONVI ~Llo
    V it t. --I "'-'- 'L''''

    rItIt C itR Y'IT'A I HALOON AND RI) ROO
    0A I DPKN, '
    The lboet. 1 i4tH1 it th IIl' Ity. En P. *'*te ...
    *tdailnllenl every night at t -Wt O rd-e
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    ^ *-Tene$880f t.w 420
    a 190 feet, w $10 fioet. a
    fe ": t f/ ,,, 4 .. .. 33 .
    49 'nd 48 New 0inbVil 8 10
    l :ot2VOwa.I, io, ...1..... *n 10
    d 'and block 1Nw42 and ivill13
    S% block O4: ew Gapnesvie
    0'8' and'ii 3..10 'flock 13 New
    v3i..3 .. a .nd .k 4 20'.Now .Gaineas
    I vy le... -.'. . ....... .... .
    Lot '. 1 and 1 block. 25 New

    Gaie vile . ... . .......
    Lo' $ 'd 4 block I r 1 'Dol' and
    ""'obert.onM add 'to Gainesvile ..
    : 1 iblpk, 4' r' 1. DoIg and Robert. "
    *.oni ad to Gainesville ..... ,.
    :: t 2 block 4 r I Dotg & Robert-
    soae' add to alnesvil .. ......
    lU 'Iot 7 block 2 r 2 ,Doig and IRob-
    :,ert*o's a add to Gainesville......
    4s! .1 and 2 block 3 r 2 Doig &
    -obeortsons add to Gainiesville ..
    . H ;o.k 4 r 2 less lots 13 and 14
    6o ig & Robertsous add to Gaines-
    V i l e . ., .. ,* . , . . ,. . . "
    Lot 7 block r 1, Doig & Robortsons
    idd to Gainesville,.. . .. .'...
    Commencing at n ..corner of G0 V
    Voyles lot.' run e '50 feeot to initial


    point, a 10 ensins e 71 chains, n
    10' l chna, and w % chain...
    Lot 80 feet by' 220 feet in corner of,
    Icanopy and Seminary streets..
    t Lt legss that deodea to Mrs R P
    os::3 .. . .. .. .. ..' ,...

    L t bounded a by L K aawlins, .a
    by- Magnolia at tand w by city
    roperty . ..... ... ..
    ; onmniencltig at no corner of Annie
    Childs lot, run e 200, fee,, a 100
    feet, w 200 feet atd n 100 feet...
    mO!mencing 5600 aIet. e of nw cor-
    r. of block 4 Doig & Robertsons
    add run e 100 feet n 130 feet, w
    1,00 .feet and a 130 feet, also corn-
    meice 100 feet. e of Said lot, runt
    100 feet a 130 feet, w 100 feet
    . n 130 feet .. .. ... .
    :; te I 1and 2 block 5 r4 Ropers add
    o::i:: Gaaineavilleo .... .. ......... .
    i sea I f lot 10 block 3 1 opers
    add to t Oinesville ... .. .....
    SL 8V of lot 2 block 2 r 4 Ropers add
    o ; t .atnecville ., . .. .




    C..~omCtaencing at nw eornioe of block 7
    run a 40 fooet, o 11il foet, n 40 feet
    w Ill feet, also middle 1.3 of
    b1ok 7, Ingr is, add to Gaineosville
    Lots 13 niit 1.1 Oak Hall plat .....
    Lot 15 and a lot 0to feet e and w
    by 100 feot 11 unil l on e end of
    of lot 16. . . . ......
    Cornineniing 150 feet s of sw corner
    if lot :19 Oak Ha.. pnlt rin % 50
    S fact, e 120 ,eet n n50 feet nnd w
    120 feet part of Gainesville not
    pihttted ... ... .. . .. .. ...
    l.t. 40 ftet n ii-l liv 50 feet o and
    v oetw eenii a Ilinds andt Williams
    C. nt nliu' lat "w V(orlner of Laing-
    les lot, riin as 200 fivt, w 400 feet
    200 foot mnild 400 feet, ,sw
    o liieaasville . . .. . . . . .
    Lot 1 I Port'rs nadd to (ahnesville..
    Lot 23 Plirth'rs n to OMilnesville.
    tot 24 Porters add to (htinesville ..
    Lot 77 Porters nild to iaiuneville .
    o. nOintl'iinig at. ii torilt of lot 9
    S un i 900 f-et w 105 feet n 0
    feet, it uid 1 I5 let PIltt.eraonl plat
    S Oomtinineluig 00 feet e of no porter
    of M~atr'y (lla'4. ,lot and run a
    (10 feet, 1v (30 ft't. tn 1im feet
    n d &A (10 fm-t heing in .iloek .i
    r 'n\owni add to Gainnsville. ..
    'lOaii n ,neti4g 2t(11 feet q of nto corner
    of Ilaek 2 'run w N147k', foot a
    ; 147,* feet, ( 147'14 feet and a
    147'. f Peet I rownis add to Gaines
    : "Lot in hickh 1'20 fret n and a by
    2tP .feet a' and w Browns add to
    ,.. .... (I it lli le . . . .. .. ,,. ,
    L. ots 1, 0, 7, S. 1,, *N. 10. 17 and 1i
    of e% of OCK R Ironws add' t
    '. Gaine 'vill .. . ..... . ....
    : 'otit 21. 21 a nd 24 of e' of bloci
    t lbrowns add to t ti:.'' S l 1, 12 13 la 4l '1 lhiock additilon to ainevy vio ... ...
    oi f w A oAf block F Brownis ad
    to Gaineosville .. .. ..
    m:l, n Oam eing 50 feet e of aw core
    1 of biork 8 run it 100 feet e 4
    :'' A 100 foot, n Sot ht. blokk II boiuntlu n by Porte
    S.Johson, by street., n by Jone
    apote'nde ow -y Iteron, Browns ad
    S.. to. alaee ......... ...
    06^.*",ew, nw corer of bl.o
    le- is 40 1t # 346 feet a G&
    e' d w 34U feet Browna add t

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    AHE DA UN VLLE, FL.ORIDA, JUNE 6,1903

    W-iebe*i8 ad 'to a, 10 Pricilla Welch .2 9 TO T P UBLI C
    8Mr f.A et t R heq d tl G i s We, the uWdet w4, hereby agree
    ren e....... 8...278 .t Q. 0 tx 1 .Iiee aU of S cors er
    SMbrr... p.......2 2ft u. ,:3 f t topay $,000 tQ aiy mana turero

    s Mil' S OowRo1et at Be corner of sot0'e il r ng
    89t Mfj '" 13..fe et,.w.35.fet "


    4o...."d 14613 feet oe of sw orner T10paint to contain no tar, rosi., as-
    SUn'known .. 3. 1 ,bl" k 2 r'nAe 76 feet n 10 feet pha ltun or aany of the products of
    .W L Grin ...3. 27 w e. 180,feet Brushes.. Mrs A L String- 0 petroleum a. Whenfl applied to any
    In s .. ....r o fo .. fellow *.. a.. 2 08 surface accordin.g'to our directions to
    2P. n oner oflot 4 block 2 r 3 25 wear perfectly riod of five
    W K Blo, 1, 2 f b y0 feet e ndw "erpfrColough 4 72 R, e r poAPI


    illnnr. 7 ..iht .. ~.,... 21 83 c harg, all paint liecesary to repaint
    M r1 A )ta olner .c 37 co ne nt
    8 0ofot block 3 r 4 35 feet front any surface where it iha provvd( de-
    J lde. .... 2 80 by 6Ofeet a and.. ... .Mrs S -- lauk- festive. Signed,
    fee '..' ". a in rht. ... ... .. .. .. , ..


    SM Ordway .. 1


    'Mrs H cook ..
    H y Wela ..W.
    Mrs MiA r ..M


    1 78
    1 78
    8 985


    E i> BullbA k .., 11 2
    Mrs A Milner .. 10 09


    7% t BartlsonI 3 40


    4 10,20 Sustn itt... 3800
    4 10. 20 PuWin, & Thomp-
    son........ 1097

    4 10 20 L M ca .. .. 4 18


    410 20




    4 10 20


    W K Bartleson..




    Jack Ellott ...
    0 B Crawford ..
    Jane Davis..
    Ida" ad Nellie
    Colenan .. ...
    hus Tipple ....
    Heirs S H Cole-
    a ,n .. .......


    Mrs A Dexter ..
    Mrst Ifanoy MWAtb-
    ai ,. i.


    3 JO


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    5 10 20

    8 10 90


    5 10 SO

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    Mrs 8 A Gar4ner
    A W *a *r .t .
    Betty Ey
    loawA Boa ...
    M B iVtes ..


    7 07
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    6 45
    2 0
    121
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    otephen Roe 3 78

    A.mida Nelson 8 50

    SW. Duks .I 18


    9l Phninoe Co...
    6uamda Waite
    'EAelK Wbitaker

    Wike Floyd ..

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    mid Be 210 fet B~wlo i add to
    Lot 2"0 Ml e d w by84 feet a
    kBres add to 'GcioaviBle
    LUidt-.: t bi t o n at co-
    lm,;; .iloe;brl add to-



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    Cointmentfit't nwv corner of block
    6 r riAr e 44 feet to initial point
    then ,i6) 2-3 feet s 100 feet w
    59 2,3 and a 100 feet feet origin-
    a Gahiweville .. ...... .....
    Blook 8 r less 105 feet on n side,
    original Gtinesville.. .. .. ....
    105 feet n and s uy entire length
    of blovk, e and w on n side of
    block 8 r 8 original Gaineavile ..
    N/ of lot 2 block 6 B W Brown
    p#at Voyie~ survey .........
    3, acres described in deed book 4o
    page 168 also lots 19 and 20 of
    ioMes e nd add to Gainesville...
    Comm'encing at n wcorner' of lot
    sold by Mrs Goss to Mrs Tinsley,
    run n 1/ degrees e 538 feet to
    initial point and n 751/2 degrees
    2009 feet n ,11/ degrees w 209
    feet, a 7fy, degrees e 209 feet
    S 141 -egrees, e 209. to begin-
    ning .. .. .... .. .. ... .. ..
    WI of lot 2 block 2 r 1 Gosses
    addition . . . . ,. ....
    Lot 13 Veit*lhe aild to Gainesville
    Lot 26 Veitchlis add to Gainesville
    Lot 28 Veitchehs add to Gainesville
    W"' of nai4 of /4 ......
    Lets 1,, 16," 0 'ndl*221 .. ...
    Blook 51 lesSe 1 acre and block .61
    less 4 acres .. ... ... ... ... ...
    Commencing at ne corner of lot 7
    run e 200 feet s 400 feet w 200
    feet and n 4.09 feet .. ........
    Lot 62 .. . . . . . . . .
    Lot 1 and that part of lot 2 e of
    railroad ... ... ... ... . ...
    Lot 14 of e . . . . . . .
    All fractionaf lgss 40 acres .. .. ..
    Lots 1 and 3 in sections 22, 20 and
    Commencing .(2.40 chains w of se
    corner ... ... ... ..
    runim "n 5/i. dgre s e 43.30 chains
    n 84'/ legreos w 10 chains, s 5%/
    degrees, w 44 chains and o to be-
    ginning .. .;. ;. . . ..
    10 acres tin ne' cAtt .. .. .. .. ..
    5 acres tri *t" i torner and 8 acres
    Son.s id.. ,,...... ... ....
    16k acre oi,'n ,r Oart of .... .
    Cuonmenislg oth n D eid& of F S R R
    S3 yard& "e of w see' line and run e
    88 yards, n 70 yards, w 35 yards
    and s 70 yards to beginning ...
    Lot 16 $mithsa add to Micanopy....
    8% of lot 20 ind lot 29 Payns add
    to Milu .vpy ,. .. ... .....
    Lot bounded e by .Durham & Perry,
    a by Moore andlw by Qralg and n
    by "trrim Stoughto n ad to Mio-
    anopy. .. .. ., .. .. ..
    SwYi of lot 25 dStdughtons add to
    Mieanopy .. : ,.... .. .. ....
    Nw%4 of lot 4 In ..A.. ......
    Lot 8 Livinugtons add to Micanopy .
    Lots 15 and 80 36ofti 1 evy grant
    Lot 13 of lot 7 IeW6 1 acre to Nelson
    Levy grant..... .. .. ...
    Com0intuneing at' me oarier of lot 6
    rbn a 20 chains w'2 dains a 20
    chains and e 0 .,hans, Levy grant
    Lot 30 of lot 7 and 3 acres In lot 29
    of lot 7 and 37 acre in lot) 22 of
    Slot 7. .. .. ..... .....
    n1 ote suaRre in .aw corner oi lot 13
    of lot 7 Levy: grant.... *.......
    Oommencng 210 fee" 'o.t aw corner
    of lot 3, of lot 7 anwt nm n U10 fete*
    e 210 foer, a 210 6et and w 210
    fet TLevy grant .. ... ....
    1 wre square in aw corner of lot 13
    of lot 7 Ievy grit..... ....
    1At 19 Leitne t.4et .. .. .. ....
    8 acres in lot 00 1Leitner tract ....
    Lot 74 TLltner trt ..... .. ....
    14it 78 Leitner traet ..........
    % acr in Ba' ots4% of lot 10 Levy
    grant .. .. ... ... ..... ..


    lAot and 3 of Treynyouths sub-
    division of lot 1 ILvy grant....
    Sw4 of ne1% ...... .. .......... ...
    Sa% of nd .......
    NS4 of nw% aed10eT to Striek-
    ind . -
    Sw% of aw of 60A of
    s4w of s.% and &% of -w% of ato
    I .. . ,
    N% lof Ine and ;e% of t*% an 0H of nesA
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    4 72


    A P Morrow ... 21 23


    10 20


    9 10 20


    9 10 20


    0 J Moat .....
    Mrs R P Goss ..

    Adam Ivey .....





    Allen Lucas ...
    G M Armory .....
    'W K Bartleson.
    -C W Bartleson
    & Co. ......
    J E Coe ......
    20 A W Leighton ..
    40 H Giddings ....
    7 T D Penrice ...

    J J Williams ....
    W T Jackson ..
    25 S M Mixson &
    Co ... ... ...
    J A Grierson ..
    80 Mrs M FPlewellen
    57 M M Morrison ..,


    44
    10
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    25 11 20


    -Unknown


    Mrs E M I


    5 75
    1 ;6

    4 12


    3 37
    4 65
    1 07
    1 78
    L 07
    1 49
    2 18
    1 62

    1 22
    2 18

    4 12
    2 18
    7 38
    2 18


    ..o .. 3 55


    Powell. 2 22


    1/ Anna Washington 1 76
    Unknown .. .... 2 50


    R Barbour .. ..


    2 97


    Annie Robinson 2 38


    26 11 20
    16.68


    Jerry Mays .. ..
    Mary Griffin.. ..
    8 L Turner .. ..
    B W Fontaine...
    Nancy Fuller ...


    40 Tsaao.Savage ...

    Mrs A Wideman.
    Moae Nelson


    1 10
    1 27
    1 48
    2 50
    4 8o

    8 18


    Jas Nelson ..
    Mose Nelson
    W K Bartleson,.
    Blake Bros.. ...
    Krutser & Taylor
    Mrs K A Tayor


    21
    21


    81
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    582


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    166
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    40
    80
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    640
    40
    400
    240


    Heirs of Mrs E M
    Powell ......
    O N Merry .
    Mla Con Co
    D T Wiliatmson.
    If M oody ....
    Mrs E Knmdler ..
    Unknown ......

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    I he National iraint and varnish C(o.,
    Cleveland. Ohis 14. S. A.
    We take. pleasure. in aniIoniii( cit that
    we have secured control fur A % ,6-ua
    county for the sale of the rcl ratt'ed
    GRAP IITE ELASTIC (guent rally
    known as UnOle arnm paint.) This
    paint has the highest elndorseiients for
    tin and iron' roofs and all exposed
    metal.
    T. F. THOMAS -I. & S. CO.,
    Gauesvtille. Fla.


    Furnishi ug



    Company.

    Complete stock of Furni.
    t.uie, Stoves, Beaters, Do
    mfA.Ati6 Sewing Machine,,. eto


    L0olSVille&NdahvilPe- R
    First-OQ.as Service akd
    Q uic'k Schedules to
    BIRMINGHAM, NASHVILLE,
    EVANXVILLE, OHICAGO,
    LOUISVILLE. OINC I N N ATI
    ST. LOUIS, and All Points
    Westend' Northwest. <
    MOBILE, NEW 01LEANS, J
    and All Points Southwe
    Through Tioketsa ia L. &N. are so
    by All railroad coupon ticket agents
    Plorida.
    For schedules, rates and sleeping
    car reservations, apply to
    J, fl. PFLEINN, Fla. Pass. Agt
    206 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
    0. L. STONE. P. A. Louiville.


    E. E.VOYLE

    FIRE, BOND and
    ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
    Revresentlna number ot promlinent
    Amertoan and to Qoaapaniis. s

    Abstat & Reity Conpany,

    E. E. Y rLE, Mauager.
    Get sb an bra O tile to ahwl before
    bUlylng. AAter Pi -g.'the purcta'
    money- tbere IsOtt n, o rere-ss for tx
    sales tt usosnoeed raorages.e

    Ma a "' tywritter.

    A HUN ZD DL4AR3 TYPE

    Quarante.e -or otnw year. Sold a0
    nmOnthbly meax s a fslirt '4-
    *ble par ties.
    II. pbons fuor


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    HELEN L. MOORE


    did Not Care to Live.




    M8W CELERY COMPOUND

    Opened U pa New and Happy Life fo-
    a Lady Who Suffered Intensely

    From Nervous Prostration

    and Sleeplessness.

    As summer advances we are too velous success, fortifying the system
    rone to neglect the little ills and the for the weakening effects of the hot
    Warning symptoms of disease, simply weather. Mrs. H. L. Moore, York
    oatiUe we are not suffering acute Harbor, Me., says:-
    uin. It is a well known fact that in' "One year ago last spripg I ,was
    Hammer we too often neglect the ne- taken with nervous prostration. I was
    Issities of the system. Never- forgot insuch a condition that for six months
    tat sleeplessness, nervousness, head- I did not sleep any to speak of. I tried'
    6her, back and sideaches are forcible various kinds of medicines, but got no
    Pminders of fatal diseases. We should relief. I was induced by a friend to
    4erefore at this time grapple with the try Paine's Celery Compound, which,
    ith the trivial aches and pains by thanks be to God, has done me more
    sing. Paine's Celery Compound, the good than all the medicine I have ever
    reat blood purifier, nerve bracer, di- tried. My trouble was so bad at times
    stive regulator and system builder. I did not care to live. Now I am well
    Iday, tens of thousands are using and strong. I cannot say too much in
    hine's Celery Compound with mar- praiseof Paine's Celery Compound."


    ELECTRIC BOLTS DEAL DEATH.
    veral Persowis Are Killed In Pal.
    metto State.
    Cohnnbia,: S. C., June 5.--A severe
    )rm passed over the upper part of
    uth Qarolina Tuesday, resulting in
    a loss of several lives and doing
    asiderable damage to crops.
    At Anierseon George Hamnmack, a
    ung white ma.,p was killed by light.
    ng. He was at work on one of the
    ttages being built at the Orr mills.
    At Congaree the. storm was partlc,
    rly severe. A negro house on
    gar Jones' place was blown half
    acre and a boy killed by splinter.
    timbers.
    'he large barn and stables of Raw.
    son and Weston were completely
    Wolishod, killing one horse and in,
    ing several others.
    he Atlantic Coast Line depot was
    cooed and a great many barns and
    lea ,were destroyed,
    the Limestone and Jamsion see,
    a of Orangeburg county the wind
    accomrparJed by' hall which killed
    p, hogs, dogs and other small a.n,
    1s and completely destroyed the
    )s. The farmers will probably
    ant cotton and corn, but the othei
    s are an entire loss,
    hilo returning from Spmartanburg,
    iis home near Oolightly, John C.
    a well known farmer, was struelh
    ightnling. The bolt struck one ol
    legs,.. felling him Instantly. The
    tning tore off his pants from one
    down, tearing orf one o'f the
    sg and a eock. In falling Mr. Lo',
    w': badly bruilse. lie was ren-
    d" uncoitnscious by the shock and
    aincld n this con,'Etlon for several
    rs. This is not theo first disaster
    .,ee has experienced from storms.-
    884 a cyclone struck hi house. A
    hbor's son who we~ shelterlng
    t from the fury of the storm, was
    ,d outright by the falling timberI
    Mr. Lee wee .conslderably bruise.
    Laurens Andy Garrett, a negro.
    plowing a mule when a bolt of
    nlng struck-the animal, killing it
    ntly, but. the negro escap l un-


    OBTAINED GOODS FALSELY.
    for That Reason John Howard
    ust Spend a Term in the Pen.
    oumse Jonlu Howard of High
    la insisted on securing a quantity
    series and other goods under false
    e he was arrested and arraigned
    05tice Baxle4'1 court at that pl"ce


    THEY PnOTEST AAi( :;T AL...
    Citizens of Wil'! Historic f Bu- .
    .WeAlslhington, O ., ,-.. '. Jud;.
    Golden has issued a t:. i y i
    Junction etranin:g thoe '.'. c n-
    missioners of \VWiies3 t.i, k .4li u. l the
    historic 1oh Lr-ih ul': .- l which
    the lart meet of th .cs'c'lera'te
    congress was held.
    The effort tou I.ae ti-1i flue old
    building reimovej i.s !r;>used a storm
    of protest in this isectin. It il built
    of mlassilve staicn ery a:d is owned
    by the county.
    A movement la on foot, strongly en-
    couraged and suppcrted by the Daugh-
    ters of the Confeoeracy, to raise suf-
    ficient money to purchase the proper-
    ty and thus preserve It to posterity as
    a moet ItntereFitlng relic of a thrilling
    perio'l. It the plan is successful the
    building will be presented to thee
    Daughters of the Confederacy.
    The dis.positimn of this old monu-
    ment has been an issue In Washing-
    ton for some time. A good deal
    of Influence bha buee exerted to have
    the building :removed on the gr'outd
    that the property was needed for
    other purposes and that tho old land.
    mark interfered with the expandingt
    progress 'of the town.
    The heating on the injtnctlon, will
    be Attended with interest anpd no ef-
    fort will be spared by the patriotle
    women to preserve the place.
    HAD THRILLING EXPERIENCE.
    hilcs Golden, of Columbus, Encounters
    Negro BUrglar.,
    Columbus, Ga., June tk-Last night
    Miss Wannie Golden, daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. T. E. Golden, found a negro
    In the hallway of the second floor of
    their residence. The young lady. was
    going upstairs to get a, wrap and4 caAne
    innexpeetedly upon the Onegro She
    thought at first it W s a servant, it
    belng dark In the hall, buIt wheAn he
    spoke and received "no nswer sihe
    saw that it wasM a tanU and ran sereta.
    Ing down the steps.
    Mr. Golden chanced to be away from
    bome at the time, but the neglhbote
    Su'MAied in. The negro elected bis
    escape, however, by .lmUmblag down
    on the roof aof the kitchen and thlcwe
    to the ground. H4 ws barehleed
    when the young xi4y cw. hlm. ,It s
    thought to have been roWlery. He
    was evidently badly frigbhtOned whbn
    discoverel by the young lady, She
    was wltbn 4 feet of Wli ta Oe O he
    receivedd his presence.


    lay, when he was sentenced DA EEto
    fine of $w}0 and coMts or spend WEDDED tM-D ATH'S PRES CIL
    months mining phosphate. Unusual MarrhSp CeremWy Oseur
    dark cloud of flnanCsial ewmbir- at Pi t dephi
    at hovered, over poor John so p lladelPh81 J1ne 5.-3uJ* a4 nin by
    That the w unable to entr- the side of the coffin which hd the
    imself, wheoewtlltakeavacation Ibody of her father. Henry 0. )More.
    Rr. Calliso.. Itf was brought. tof0 the New Yvrk Stip ButldtaSg Olm
    ity by Deputy- teriff Lamb ye-i rony. Mt Marie Mot" ba become
    S.... the bride o( Ha{rry A. IH8oBri'.
    STe wedding. wa origitally set fot
    [next urtry... When the s"-d44s
    L'cl JU deMath of atr2 MorIe, wUM was str te'
    ........ e with pa plxy Os Tuesday gfter,
    .- "......--- 'oon t1e. o office ef P. Morya, ito
    E. AN DE R.SON1 y-
    iteter f .w .o.rtl 1lr1-, )- h.we e ome'u t ba hr

    *r e-Bai a' r OtVt'rta "; "
    ri hI" a---r, j**.v, I the *muadteix how' *" tal, ae '


    THEr LAT *O RK OF .

    ITHE 'tIEISLATUREi

    Adjouraed at Nbdo Friday, After
    S uN W ET 00erm.

    SEMINARY GET $83,000


    Senator.Frank Adams Resigns as Trus-
    tee of Egat, Florida Samlnary, and
    Senator BroWt of Ocala Appointed
    and Confirmed by Senate.
    Speoli to The. Sin:
    T'al ithaesee, 'uzie 5.--'hc [,igisla-
    ture adjourned at noon trdlny.
    The new alppropr.a Itii l bill pans d.
    The Senate ativetudmeti- ;ztircxsingy the
    appropriation of ElJst lF" rinlt etomi-
    nary to .$83.000 was itcorlpora ttd in the
    now bill,
    eienator Adams reign ,'l as trustee
    of'the Seminary and Saiator 0. M[,
    Brown of Oclht WAS Rll-Piitot(l andi
    confirmed by the Sentatte toldy.
    BItllock's fish bill was killed in the
    Senate by parliamentary tactics.
    durgliars .,Ot postofilce.
    Charlotte, Jumne 5,---uirglars brokl
    tfto the postotfle at Thomasville, N
    C., last night, blowing open the eafit
    and tAlkng about 1700 Ina money. There
    Is no clew.


    Thousands HaRe ,iney Trotble
    Sand Don't Xnow it.
    fow o Oni4 ut.
    Fill a bottle or common glass with your
    water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
    sediment or set-
    { 'tling indicates an
    unhealthy condi-
    tion of the kid-
    :nys; if it stains
    your linen it is
    evidence of kid-
    ney trouble; too
    frequent desire to
    pass it or pain in
    -- the bkok ia also.
    convin g proof that th, kidneys and blad-
    der arc out of order.,
    Whatto Do.
    There I. comfort in tho knowledge so
    often expressed, that Dr, Klimer's Swamp,
    Root. the great kidney remedy fulfills every
    wish in cu- '-" rheumatism, pain in the
    back, kidneys, river. bladder and every part
    of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
    to hold water and scalding pain in passing
    it, or bad effects following ue' of liquor,
    wins or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
    necessity of being compelled to go often,
    during the day,. and to g6t up many times
    ,during the night. The mikil and the, extra-
    ordinary efitct of Swamp-Root is soon
    realized. It stands the highest (or Its won-
    derful cures of the most dictroi ases.
    If you need a medicine you .should h.ave the
    beat. Soldb druggits in .5O, anid$ I' Szes.em
    You may have a sample bottle of this
    wonderful discory
    and a book that telast,
    more about it, both .eonat
    absolutely free by rnatl
    address Dr. Kilmer & nae oa tw' .oot
    Co., Bnirngamton. N. Y. When wrl4itng me-
    tion read*lg this generous of1r in this paper,
    Don't ntake ar, mirnitaktie, but remln's
    ber tho name, niamp-Ioot, Dr. Kit-
    mer's 8wa4np-l(V1t, .and tlhe add(rITss,
    BinghaintaM N,.. c 'ver: bo1tt4e.




    "Via Seaboard Airline
    -JUNE 15th.
    45 Round


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    Circuit, iN alrotd fo AtilJ tt (-. OM ciW 51s tl l
    utd o t o f oytao5 A. v -of*A all
    HUAs sadl I n. b*ri l mt w tU-A, 0I

    mial m f . W W SO, O it2 142*5
    o "'hvi, t 0# o A moI 'r W1 ` ibV1t 4 ao"

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    JI, got t f ur a .e so .l SDlwtttst
    |td S4&.,Ib, DA w t1x, *, t
    a bo iffof Alu' *sr,?n 4w .


    WuMARI to.".00Y b vat t. t ,
    o1ti ,t5 .L hA- go -t4st eg M I.
    . 1 ut t4-A .,ts;w nB4.is w x se
    iiMaf1 Jo4 ar >' ff "Alt*

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    1"- 60t-i4 tow.ei *e t 01 '4
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    W^^^'l^^rt'l.^M'!!*?1'^"*~f'k'^ tAl~tlr<~f'

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    are Known *ymi :

    bols wbhoeeve.
    the sun of sivfie._
    atiton has laen.


    This trade marK indicates purity and pe .
    fection in brewing, and has ieen used o' !h
    more bottles than any other label In the
    world. Found only on the famous bottling of

    Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
    St. LoutS. U. S. A.
    *eerS of the famous Sudwtaser. Michelob, Bl ta & Tan, Faust.
    PalILaeor. AnheuTere-tandard. EZxport Plo* and LEaqulite.
    Ordler. promptly tilled by
    J. F. EI)WARS1)8, Wihoheale l)ealer. (iartll'eh atlt Olahit, VIa.


    MARCUS ENDEL

    Gkines ville Fl rida

    Men We Want to Talk To.

    l't biclevfOw theft i'f ery'/ mwtj in e(a/twW.ns was a e(othihffg tcrert-
    if every mc tn in, (.,ti,','ihf.fl e' / t' e patitsiv facts i t#( he caset-fhat
    .Ver.y n m 'n (nfltif w'ti/ r at o/uit s'ie s lrol/htt to stifo r a his lothitiis
    .'Each we'.. 4; wit, u4!i/ i u iti i (I ntUiruw Etfi on thiveMsidlje. thi/s
    toeek's tarp ItU'Af in dircr'ted
    TO -THE MAN WHO'S SOMETHING OF
    AN EXPERT ON DRESS.
    iWhy ar tho best-dres td di,
    in tlninerville our patrons?
    Vhy do experts on dress inV
    riably buy I rmtO us?
    'i'ht. tthlMwOr Is ohviat litiye
    know what they want it.-I ah,
    - ig-1and their d Isrimlinatlop
    tol s them we hav eIt.




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    qu.ftio 4 .r' put to ( /4, 1 I lL-.


    a t who lehis thl E brest ycd thAtty,

    "0be. "Ah!, attr, .I',nd, of
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    sKpakhing of eixprtW 0o ol.)othhIi, wO
    iAsn seQll to e xif.rts b, "n-,11o WIWO- boy f
    from vwlorts--. Ahlaw* lireo. & 'Co', jof


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    a o .. Soe & Adams,. 677 C
    d o e O L a b 4 5, ri4 Ud d

    LL o AeL d o, c lok W w n ; 0 A G Middleton .. 8 22 8t
    liAoners in th4 of tte, together .Astrip o and 58 feetwide -lyi-n o '
    prentaartives of the Good side of w% of block TWiey
    asooa.oe,on will b present. dd to Wldo ............ ... C Johnon.. 93








    Ir w comprise a num- k 47 p 5 W i q
    t he beost speakerr in the coon- to Waldo ..0... ..... .... .... J FTodd .. .. 7 60








    4mcany o r whonm have mnade prao The w 270 feet of w% of bloek 7 ,
    itufltdy of rond con stroetioki. and Willeys add to Waldo ... ....-. ,Mrs J F Todd .. 4 85
    exchge of ideas road ing All bl Gnknown.. ... 7
    r I I.. .of W. % .0.. .. ..O21 -,2 100 AtlUntno .C ... 49 .










    : o doubt result 0i grets good to commencing a8- ret w'of se orer i 5
    yelfon of the State. Thfie this w onw runn250feet, ,21
    ieo 4 wh4, the people of Florida w 50 feet y, 250 1eet and5 e feet 2 8 21 Susan Morton .. 2 O
    d good submta thorogh-, Cn 0 e n of s or ( -








    ^%| f5,tpe^;f_.-. i(h.. -r ,m... C o fne 3. w e.nn n 6! 0 feet. 28 8 '-1 '**"2 .,Jennie Wella .... 5 15
    i r, o. tof all 'i to be beseited Sw/ of swI, .of r... .- ..... 2. 2, 8 21 40 oA Frie & .. .. 260 *
    hese roads, and tSt class hav.be N off flO block 4 r and i* I2
    ire ae th ad quatagestion ofd Peter n w ie... 1 78
    III bOcOr ole 6f LIW luOSt 'Lot 2 -block, 6 I Il o









    ...t. n omi"and' t. " i or t tl ..a .. .. ........ ... ...1... 2 S G Lewis .. .W 16 0
    10tk latoner o Aa of county All,.. .; .... .. ... ...... ddeton1 422
    iblock *ewvaa of tn e of and Id '










    for the delegates whilo here, ad an ..e . .. at 8 21 662 Warder & Lewis 81 05 E
    ., toia t n very in ncourtate, tsucesthc, e nd of and feet wideyng onf
    l ewelllenth attendance abouod 100 sO% ntid ew and o / % of nw .. 88 8 W1 0 Warder & Lewis 17 13











    ^gates, and chairman Thmas yes-. All le a wi Of Sey of nw% .. 8 21 620 Warter & Lewis 18 87
    .... ated tocatt arranWL bem Present. had .... 68 40 Aaon Fries. ..... 18 87
    beentporfebted to entertain them all. o 2, 3, 7 and 8 outh 4
    i anhooention will be holve d n the of gran line a.nd fractional neblock 7
    0 urt house, ofd cnwoof nwcando asd of nwy 2 0 21 24 Aoo Mrs & Co .... 185











    -.L -Lots 1. 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8 ... ......... 3 0 21 218'A M DeBose .... 6 50
    . c Hnt Weather Weakn oass. ildi Lots 8, 3 4, 5, l, awd 7 n of grant
    SIlyoufe-olfagged o ,l listless and line ... ... .... ..... ..... 4 0 i1 40 Warder & ULewis 7 71
    .lkCgiin energy, yoU are perhaps Lot 12, 5, 6, 7 and 8 n of Grant 21 Warder
    l nwTromf the State. The tim e too ...f .'/ .n ." "" 0 e 21 l Uknown .. .... 80t

    ir' .:..' s ey we. thesr. The .ymptm.. A n f O nw w and lem n13 of
    te hat a ton i needed that nwt hwa ... ... ... .feet... 2311 21 280 JUne nown ...... 19 17
    Sw create athy appetite, mak All le~s a..of w. 2... .....12 21 00A Frnknown...... 18 87
    $ ,mptt art d class have b. N of so of ne and sel4 of 3 21 00 U own ...... 19 47
    i rd s, Herbn will do; t Althoroughfleares. of e% of ew. .... .. 04 21 020 Friesown .. .... 18 7
    tolaxative-and restorative. J. % lot 8 and ngo of lot 12....... 18 0 1 10 -Warder B tts .L 3










    r '4i1 Prtifpr. Grand View Hotel, Ne of ande% of se of ee a 2iha 5
    ..C eney, K n,, writes I have use S.Herbn roo the f pnt twelve yers, and I 4 .. ... .. ... ..... 1... 84 9 1 640 th W Rawlinsa 0
    S tyethng on earth can beat it. It was LtNiu of an ad ,hof neg -pnd-,












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    S for tton, Kana" () at i Johnson Bron. 6- of 2d atrset and' aide of
    i repo MARs AG, AT f.& Ar fMain street and run w 13 84
    IARRIAGE AT ALAOHUA. el ln8,w w0 feet, n 14,12, hain,
    iper o r--g-i w 3.30 ohaiBs, of se% ad s en' of
    Mr. Ohas. C. Waterman Weds On o a ,0 chain, Wardealr & ot20Lewis d
    the Popular Belles of That Town. fronting Man teet.. ...id...r.... Ja Holder .. 21.. 4 1










    IAI al lts and4, 5, 0eMa atndttn SDWright sout. 27

    A ,.,;, AlwuH, ,lntno 5--A very pretty C o. me g Se O f-eet of AW c.r ..
    h wedding was soletnized in the Meth-o gant line and : rtonal 9e11
    00 eurt ourh at ti of play/4of niv and s% of nw/ 2 4 ACOC K & Co 0























    m: ornig, when Mr. Ch,. O0.Watert 94,il..l h. *at 'n ,, (^^^ *8 o *
    L-ts 1. 2,3,67and8... .0.0.... 3 0 21 215AM DeBose .... 059











    H d t Weather Weakness. Lots d, 6, ad 7 of grune t a .














    ;,'".- dies of th, town. The ceremony *wa a WaelVagtoo ll tree NiW ,** *H,.-.. 4 0 .
    i yoperformol fagged oby v listless and lin t 1.. *d 4 9 21 240 order & Lewis 7 71 08
    PAcing 1n -energy, you are perhapsLots 1, 2, 5, 8, 7 arkd So*'o Grant
    Slanrgoly attndedbytiti young t line t .t..... .... 9 21 Warder & ][Awlrs. 8 08 L












    g, 4.r-latie t0nd t9nd1.0 t1 100 Re a 11 or : tot 5 5 Is,
    I IntereltinKto A stha Suffere ..l ... ... 00 nknow ......
    SDante Bantpe of trvtlle,. owa. Aot l, 4 e ....lo 0 ow ..

    S wrt, mpart have had ativitya or tihr 11, 1, 14 and s % of lot n 1 and a

























    i% or four'y--st and hfve tried about a otas 2 i t ath of.o< ,.. ,, ,i the nr o
    1a"rk.0,t ndThi v recied treatmwlo t tIs w All en 1.3 921 200 XUknown .. ... 109 47
    ,, .therThis, 0l1bd will doures o Al les/ 14 of ne of s/.........14 90Unown.87













    Fro tm. physiog t in NVew York and fot 4 blA nd 11 Rof else/ .of. ..84 2 JohU ..T 3 a6
    othertiey th, b got very little ueLot 1 of lot 3 V 3, T. 1, a Jones A 98

























    .entil I trird loloy' Honey and uTa, mtnn ai as n o of lot- "
    lo:twh h Paloks .un.i..y.t r- ei and n 84.e ,. 2, 8A lr, -. 1 07
    .1' wich gae NO the iast twelve years, and Block C 34 ....21- ,a W-2aw-in... .1


    i ll new-r be without it i miy house. 1 degrm, 10 dl8nute, 4 e
    I- srtic. ieroly recmmtnune it. u Sold eilA, il e*,0 s rut e a
    by W. C. Wallace'idrugrsgre.s

    I::,. aneaville, Fla, May 80, 1013. ehtle. ........ ... o 10 21 e .. 1 l:
    W ke this method of notifying tot 4 block o lloohelle ... .. 00
    t: trado that we havi bought tithe All ..". .. .... ..'... 36 10 21 640 .. . 16 04
    Walla oe harm ay, and after June 1sti of ., 10 I1 80 1 ra k 0. 2
    1900, will conduct it under the name of .Blook G ..re Park .........t 1 48
    J,'W.~XoCollumu A C. To avoid con Lot bT7 Orote PIrk .. .. ...... 1o k
    t. aIon in names we will change the" Lot.. .3 04 .rove Wk. .. 8 I a 98 ?
    4me 0f our oi fm (lodiford o. t 3 tbIok 18 rove Prk ....
    Slm) to J. S. Bodiford & Co. AAll Nhs a a. 1 I 1 1 M 3 As .. 1 Q
    Thebuyingfor bolH stores will bo40 erea ta .. ...... ... ... .. .9 11 21 40 Q r-l ...... 18:
    l one.0 wJ. Bodiford & Co. C0ouumm n 10 aLtw of .a ear 1 81
    d Yours truly' run a ., iilas w 640 dalna 26 -
    n- DonunuO t &' MvColt n 1 elinam E aN e 10 tahaIa ..,..... a s.1 -i 9 W aR.-.-. 8
    SCo ending 14.40 5ah*h l 0 o a .
    SWasl Wasting Away., .rner .. ........ . 11 1 .

    ...tI d \ w of RwW of W% ...;....:'. 1411 21 SW Pt*.*14
    I-beu trouble with kidney Vo 1.... ....", .... 114....... .. ,,-I. o.11441 4.. 9.
    -A lseus forfb e.asat '0 years.' l. '.. --... .. a 81 1. 1-104t **' T
    1 asnd never felt weill and doctored OMQmum at % or* .. "
    *ttfieW 596:, W*4 a. UI '.
    1111 4- -.- *


    al t asa"il 44
    immeneing U520 a W of 21 cor .
    rim a 0,0 c holns, e 050 tO r
    'road and 4 a1ng railroad toit n .
    point 11.2 chains e of w line of
    Jand .being described, thM'n v ;
    na 11.33 chain to be-
    ginning '. .................~ h"p0.. 21 6v '
    Sof e% os ando .that1. .
    ofsw of seW outside of Fish '


    ommencing 24 yaras A of ile';
    line on w side and ru4 n 480 yards,
    e 09 yarda,e 348 yards e 238 yards-
    yards a 70 degrees e 640 yards 30 11
    i;t 2 of nw ......... ..... .. 32 11
    omnmenicing 2.47 chains w of -
    milneinen and and 37.48 chains
    n of a line and run e 4.65 chains
    s 4.40 chaois w 4.55 chains, n 4.40
    chains .3.." ... .. ..... 32 11
    ommencing at se corner .. .... 33 11
    -run, w 31.70 chains to initial point
    w 8.30 chains n 15.80 chains e
    15.80 chains and s to public road
    and sw along road to beginning.. 33 11
    reiA of nw% and wi/ of n*l/u and
    n/ o0f awl/..., ..... ... .... 8
    %/ of lots 4 and 5........... 19 8
    ,ot 3 and that part of lot 4 which
    lies within 200 yards of w boundary
    of said lots.. ... ... .......... 29 8
    ,)t 2 less 18 acres .... .... .. 28 8
    VW/, of n% of lot 2 also commenc-
    ing at sw corner of nl/ of lot 3
    run e 9.90 feet n 660 feet w 990
    feet and a 660 feet...........29 8
    Jot 1 less 10 acros ............. 29 8
    3-5 acres on a side of lot 9...... 29 8
    Lot 1 or nI/ of ne... ...... 30 8
    Ne'/ of nei less-T acres to Lewis.. 32 8


    actionss in ne corner of .ne of-
    ne/ in sw corner of ne% of ne'%. 2
    ..ts 1 n4d 7 he0ok 17 Orange lt'igihts
    ot 2 subdivision of lot 4 Orange
    Heights ... ..... ..... ......
    acre as described in deed book "y"
    page 361 and lot as described in
    book 29 page 356 .............

    Se%/ of se% .. .. . .... ...
    E% of neI4....... ... Wis. .


    SGamage


    7 C -Smith .... 3 4
    tevens & Tay-

    -or . .. 51


    21 AT Bailey. 7 72
    21 10rR Angeliu .. 3



    2 2 JHJordon 3 03


    21


    21
    22
    22


    21 Jno Hines .... 3 38
    0p Unknown .. .. o ,
    75 Warder & Lewis 2 53


    22 93 Stevens & Cauth-
    en ... ... .
    22 64 Warder ,& Lewis


    36
    30
    563-5
    61
    33


    Mrs J F Tood.. 343
    Warder & Lewis 9g
    H. D Lewis .... 2 1
    Warder &' Lewis 2 00
    'Stevens & Cauth-
    en .. .. ... 2 i


    8 22 8 H D Lewis .... 28
    Mrs Edith Selph 8
    W H Parker .... 1 98


    7 9 22 P R & A M Free-
    ana.. ......
    8 9 22 40 J & E Carrio ...
    8 9 22 80 Artelothego &
    Gerridan ..


    / of se% of swO of s014 ...... O 9 8 22
    WVi of se of sw/4 and 3 acres
    on w sidle of ea of se4/ of sw~ 8
    and nel of se/4... .... .... .. 8 9 22
    Lot 24 Melrose...... .. .. .. m 13 9 22
    Lot 1 .. . . . .... .. -.... 1 9- 22
    4 acre in s w corner of sawyof nwi/' 20 9 22
    NI/2 of swi/4 of nw'/4 e of railroad .. 20 9 22
    E'y, of awi/u of nei/1 of ned4/.. .... 23 9 22
    Nvw of nw ..... .. .... 24 -9 22
    s/2 of se/ of ne/4.. .... ...... 27 9 22
    Sel/ of Sel/.1 ..... ... ....... 28 9 22
    Lot 7 block 5 Campvylle ........ 33 9 22
    h.i. of nw4. ... .... .. 34 9 22
    W/ of ei/0-of nw U f ne/.. ..... 30 12
    omnmencing at so corner of sw% of
    swi/ 4 of ne nrn iW 210 .yards n
    210 yards e 210 yards and a 210.. 36 0 22
    Se% of nC% and n?/ of aw/ of 0
    nw,%.......... o. .. .... 1 10 22'
    W/a of *seB of se/: and e% of w%
    of ne%" of soe/ and e/4 of w/a of
    sey4 of ne% and ne/4. of seO of
    ne .... . . ....... .. .. 2 10 22
    S8% of nw/ ............ ... 8 10 22
    Se% of neAV of s/ .... ......, 15 10 22
    W'/, of nw% and .se4 of nwi/. less
    I acre for school house ........ 17 10 22


    N w .... ... ... ... .. .. .. ... 20
    Commencing at se corner of. ne% of
    se/. ... ............ ....... 22
    run iw :1:t0 feet t., ase oprnr of lot
    and n 650 feet to railroad and ne .
    along: right of way 400 feet and e
    to public road'and s on west side
    of road tO beginning . .. .. 22
    Commencing at ne corner of sel
    of neW ... ... .. ... ....... 22
    run w 119.T-h-ains theni-W6 60 a
    072 chains e 12.23 chains and a
    4.90 chains .. ...... ........ 2
    Commencing at nwy corner of ne% of
    soV.. ... ... .. ..... ... 22
    run e to railroad s along railroad
    to stake and w to w line of neo
    of sti% mand to beginning .... 22
    ne% of mw%., ,.. .. .. .. 28
    Coinmmencing at aw corner of nw%
    ofw ... ....,.. ....
    run e 600 feet n 363 feet w 600
    feet and 863. feet .. ... .... 206
    Lots 6 and 8 block 30 Hawthorn
    Lots 4 and 6 block 32 HAwthorn ....
    Lot 3 block 33 Hawthorn ..
    Lot 8 block 0 and lot 11 block 10
    and lot 8 block 11 and-lot 3
    bloc]) 13 and lots 1 and 2 block 9
    and lota 5 and 6 block 12 and lot
    7 block 22 and lot 8 block 28 faw-
    thorne ... ..... .. . .. ,..
    Lot 4and nl of lot 6 and lot 2
    block 3 and a lot in rear of Ho-
    gan store los, bounded n by Mot-
    riason and w by Hogan and e by
    railroad Mawthorne .. ......
    Lots 4 0, 7 and 9 block 2 .Hawthorne
    'In ne corner of sw' of neay Haw-
    t- o .. ... ... ........... 27
    Lot bounded n by Bell by Brown
    street and w b OOlie Brown .... 27
    L6ts 6 and 6 Baileys survey of e %
    of e0 of nw 6 of se .... .... 27
    n4 uef 4 of sO .. .. .. .... .
    Lot on v 6a B r oad bounded a by
    railroad a by Adkina e by Boone
    an w by Rogers.. .. .... 2
    Commencing 13 feet a of w corner
    of block 35 of (ro1 e Pak.....
    run e MO chains a to railroad and
    w along rairoad to lot 39 and a
    .toielgining. .. .... ....... 30
    Lots ............... .... l *. ...., 63
    Let 8 blok 1 Ma a Sp ..
    8w1 of mw .... e o
    am. boundsi B by Welt~.
    t7 yar. w.a by % -.

    ,Wlc ****r *,ah^^.. j "7-
    t.' ^ '^ "fj'^^' t1'' 1- -*^ t^^^ ''ifl -.*W 'M / !,i..'.


    5 8 Carrio .......

    03 Hattie L Elli ..
    Mrs M L Lowr'y.
    64 J J tuitachllupser
    -4-Stark Williams .
    111/4 Alex Williams ..
    5 Mrs Maggie oo0041-
    son .. .. .. ..
    40 Heirs C K Duttii
    20 L R Joyner ....
    40 W J Tribble ....
    J T Faircloth ..
    40 N A Mathews ...
    10 McW C B Bowi:an


    3 40
    .2 51
    4 02
    80

    515
    4 38
    3 91
    1 48
    1 48
    92
    2 18

    86
    2 3
    l-y


    9 Geo Washington Jr kit
    60 R F Bowman .. 21ll


    M M Tillman .
    C C Townsend ..
    W V Paschal ...
    J Maultaby ..
    T J Townsend ..


    22 0 Rily Williams... 3



    22 6 SR Lohma.. ....
    22

    22 6 ,lewis Bradly ... 2
    22 40 O Wlford......
    22
    22 5j asIe Wright .. S
    " R 1Dunn .... I
    airs Ella Haw-
    thea n.. .
    WK Hill .... I




    Mrs L V Hammond 3


    J Hogan .
    Babcock..
    EljsLe .. ....
    1 RE Smith .
    SMarhal ..
    19 V:1a COn Co.


    10 8X
    10 .
    10. ,
    10 29 138


    10


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    I 0 A Padgett



    z1ik Jones


    0,aghter .
    nk Oma Co ....


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    LE, FLORI A, 03NE 1.. .


    iS w LL... ... ... ...... ..... 10 1...........
    TIruu n 2.,4 eh.uts e 6,05 0ohans
    ALr vvf 2.24 chains. and w .45 chai*s I
    AY TI DGHTS also se' o mtb lese Il awcr. 101122 Joe (QaZ*t. .. .
    -Wdl of swa ...... 15 i 92 b ob 4o Dav' i.,,
    CLOSE TIGHT TODAY o f..0..f i I '.o..,,o,::. ..... ,o ,,: i
    / 40iogoe ... .. ... ....,. n 11ftnJ4


    ro... Liquor Wil. .. be .S.rved Lots 4 and ..bo.. i L oor.. ,. A:.. ,'


    toWN .WILL BI DRY .. 1 REALITY ists inat shnost 0 1ec ooe diseaOe8 Lot 4 . .I......2................. 2 s Heirsr m of W ,
    ipaoons Have Been Open and Doing a% 4 m thiood p Iible utands of e w cbaess s a R
    5..-ine-s asUsual Sincetheelt ne coe no csr,. r of ......... ... 12 20 t., '2 0. I Xehi t
    W.. .. .... f c, -. i 1 |'4 4 R- D 4


    Pen"lng the OiciJiCount of 0ou. Woineof Caureremoves the 'e, b"y doe afil -o 0@ 40oes of fratoa 4 40 m
    Sonr. o o nyour druggistaud 1eot.e00 botatleofWe ofCardui. Frnetional sw oftw .. ..... ., 16 2 2. JW Park ...
    GaYin_6iil" will be aIdry town in The ne of Wine of dui W ill bring happiness r S of sw and o) 0 ird.. ... ..
    J Lse4 and A b of nwok.1... .13 I 200 J ird.. 4

    eality aiter12 o'clock today, or as Moon In esses "uirin p .cial ietis tidd'i'g n '* NeVi of aso anud nw' of sw%14" and
    Ireafter as the Board of Oounty mptoms, % h adua Adviwy -h aso, of uwi and now of nw.... 15 8 1! 240 EJBair.. ....6 5 9
    ommssioners can finish counting the hattooga Mcdicine Co., Chattanoga. 'ene8e. No an e of nw" 4 a1d aw. f f .-0
    allots from the various preeinets. -,ri a o o 1902 l Si u 10c. nwk of n .. 22 8 0 440 .E J BFaird.. ... 10 07.
    The board wll convene about 10 ine of Cardu is worth ite ei gitingld i t doe noro than SE an et~ ls se of noV 22 8 440 ird......10 07
    11 WAD ofraotiouelw tio xwof ne 'nd 1.
    lockk this tornoing, and it is believed- yon claim. eIes haa dmy ^ SE of w .. ...... 23 8 10 820 S J Baird,. .. .. 7 08
    hat the work can be accomplished when everything else failed MS. DORAf e~, a nt snd of wi.e and % t 7
    thn T n F, 190. o nd nw of sw .. .. 2 8 10 280 is oBAlrd., .... 7 8
    thi two horse. ready loose their M dauhterin-law, Lisie foi n t tin Wineh i nAll ess noyd of .. .. .. ... 2 8 10 N00 5J third .. .. 13 43
    tote that they hare ready to close their ardi.. a misarri your e .. ... ...... 2. 8 . 830 J Baird.. ..., 708
    oors the moment they have. received icine. She was in very had ealt I pleaded hw tr Win of N/ of lo>t 5........ ......... ..30 8 20 40 J Baird ..... 1 38
    flicial notice from the Board of Coun- Cardui. Since then sho has had rb Soo u b e -Sw* and 0% of nw% and swy of
    Commissioners but not before. weeks old. She highly xrQcomeuti Wdson ae a i b b nwou rd e/L o( nom of ..... b17 8 20 3ra0 E J .Baird .. ., 41
    yTcong8ofteO ao oa My daughter *annie Hudson, also ba a ine b.by 4doy y you Lot .6 less 40 i acres In 6w corner and
    The losing of the saloons may seem tz eatment. She highly appiates Wine,,Cardi 40 acrea in sw oernr and lott. 7 le"
    little odd to those who have beenF ac- 1 40 ores lit sw ,porxier.. ... .. ... 20 198 E J Baird .. .... 5 9
    stored to visit them at first, but it m and ny of 50 and n1/f of sw' 31 8 10 480 B J Baird ...... 10 0S
    0es without sayingIthat there is malny nw n sw4 of 0se4 and .. .. 8
    larder "we bos wi o Should aWy person who has paid tht taxes for 1902, find any of the prop-
    tor, aqd the boysi will not srster .rty fr whleih they hold resoipt, on the foregoinf llit, if they will send muo
    ith thirst. '"- inmhr an4 date of suf lt receipt, I will4have th same ehekJ d off, Bo as b
    It has been itimated that imedi- ------ event sale of aue and no O(pnse wIl be htnrrted by toni for such adver
    e steha will be taken by the whiskey ,- bgaia ofiti"semeant. We have been as careful as o ssiblet in preparing ltst, but as it coy.
    e lo o neDet ny seven tontha collection, there may e itenas oo which tax es hvo been paikt
    en toet aside the election on seev- Bowl robo .. on oe list, I will cheorfully correct any such error at my owan xpenso if I am
    al grounds. They have several points 1. ildren ofAr le. 'inforfNied o.f such, W.. DIoCf(.NLSON,
    which they propose to introduce to \ PigUo. 't Gai nesvilllo, Fla., May ,l, 1903. Tax Oolleetor Alaeihua County,
    rve that the election was not a legal "*. $ holad lSn s ~*
    e, and if thse courts decide in their C ~ ... .. ...............
    wvr the whiskey traffic will be re- O a to MO. S. Los.
    =0,'-'". '"y ""'-" SOUTHERNNRA lWAY.
    imcdagisn within thirty dny.a-or ai aT f K, -, h,.CMa.tan 1og0.a2 ZWM ieine 06.2 r oby tin olR J 1e n. Is. No T' 14 Iu. Iv tit* 'A R l (if
    an as a decision can be rendered. Lsterlt wausu, ;In that are consoquent ut'on the a i~ U r a~ g~ i190 2h. 0 i4 192i0rptd m o 1 r. &
    S10saloon men are so confident Of children. asonQofthoftees aitiesWb~n T n haI hotasean u ro
    Teo wlc take pn e 1 leasuratla rommeandtatitswrith the (r <, U 10 0" tha no 9
    lining that they declare they Will babyquiet. HAmTWIhLI|Iy. AYoa-( -0/2il Tof4w vI 80 Au 4 w\aAcr g.
    tht therw can resu e bus iness t .h-- .en. . . .......... .1-.
    t going to the expense of resetting a |ot -S t 14 90T8 R O ,v JuAAI.u6):).
    tatetha hy ar redy o cose hei Mydaugterin-awLitite ile',.f'd At.1 .


    His Last Hope Realized.
    7 FI'roem the Sentinel. Gebo, Mont.]
    7 n the first opening of Oklahoma to
    tiers in 1889, the editor of this pa-
    was among the many seekers after'
    une who made the big race one line
    in April. During his traveling
    ut and afterwards his camping upon
    claim, he encountered much bad
    er, which, together with the severe
    gt, ave him a very severe diarrhoea
    h it seemed almost: impossible to,
    k. and along in June the case be-I
    0 so bad lie expected todioe. One
    ) one of his. neighbors brought hini
    small bottle of Chamberlain's
    c, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
    last iope. A big dose was given
    while he was rolling about on the
    nd in great agony, and in a low,
    utes the dose Was repeated. Theo
    effect of the medicine was soon i
    ced and within an hour the patient
    taking his first sound sleep for a
    night. That one little bottle work-
    complete cure, and he cannot help
    feel grateful. The season for bow.
    isorders being at hand suggests,
    item. For sale by all druggists
    medicine dealers.
    ARRIAGE MARKET IS GOOD.
    e Mason Issued Several Ltcenses
    in Past T .,Dayis.
    usiness In every otherdepartmenit
    been very poor for the past (.w
    h but if this rwtrriage department
    3 going the way it has for the next.
    days I'l round up a pretty fair
    th after ati" remarked Hi Ronor
    0 Mason in a. good-natured way
    rday afternoon, as be iat with'his
    cocked .o the window sill and
    rely puffed away at a fragrant
    d business na the mntrimonial line
    een good with the Judge. rNot-
    standing the extreme warm
    her, which 'i ordinarily & deth
    to the mati*nlb buainee, the g,
    odge has eoaired the shkelts for
    licenses within the pa t two
    ,as follows
    IP Lotton and Annie V. Roland.d
    .C. Waterman and .Juanita Fa-
    ,1 B-. rew and Pauline v.on Lut
    J', Arthut L. ones a Mary E

    .th Gamble Jona WiIam ad
    age, .. .
    S*un wishes the. who)* b"itsiecs
    of. Psrperity Jid happnes. .
    3 IRevotion vn et
    Silgn of-lpprith1 rol
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    What Has Happened and What Is Going
    i.to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
    io That "He Who Runs May Read"
    It in The Sun.
    ; In ttre wllh (iinusa iiii& 11111,
    T. B, Tllis of Wnldo wits in Gaines.-
    Svlllo on business, vsterdiv.


    Insare with Cushnan u Iill.
    Mrs. L, R. Jobs of Rochelle made a
    brief visit to friends in this city yes.-
    terday.
    1:'en.uinber Tamnpa and the Seaboard
    Air Line June 165th. Lot everybody
    go. 8t
    T. J. McRae of Hawthorn was among
    the prominent visitors to Gainesville
    yesterday,.
    Mrs. J. S. Allen, formerly of this city
    but now of Jacksoinville, is visiting rel-
    atives in this oity.
    .Ml rs. .J. '. tRunllch has returned from
    a hrief visit to hor parents, Capt. and
    Mrs. T. C. Oetzen, Fort White,
    A. 1.. Harper, the piano man, re-
    tWrtund yesterday from a successful


    S .- ...- --rip to 11High Dprings and other
    Room and bosrd $3.60 per week, Ap- Capt. Antoine Paul, special
    ply to Mrs. ,. WV. Jacksoi. diw of the United States land offli
    i Prof K 3. Kendall of Fort White returned from an official trip to
    S is spending a few days in the city. in West Florida.
    ", Better see Moyers about those,*-.ls- Monro-e Venable of KanapalI
    tmats right away quick, lost ye forget of th enterriig a mill men
    S Mrs J. l. Moffett of Micanopy madt of uOnty, wris tringsating bus
    a brief shopping trip to this city yes- this city yesterday,
    trday. Route Agent J,. H,. Highee
    ,. Y, oylo depaled yesterday. for Southern Express Comripany, it
    Tallahassee, where he went on imnl rt- quarters at Waldo, was in the-c
    Saint bgsinioss. % ohlsial business yesterday.
    Mesdamnes E. C. Jones and Eatoni, Miss. Eliza Dell returned yes
    two estimable hadles of Palmter, from a brief visit to relatives a
    wore shopping in the city yesterday. chua. She attended the Fred
    For North Ilay ind Orange streets. Rent
    retisonablo. Inquirtr of Nettie lhobb. Dr. Means of ]olitosh was a


    Capt. 3. 1). iley of liiso, an ex-
    tensive Idiosplinto, miuior of that place,
    was among the visitors ito this city yes-
    terday.
    Ilenry F. Siiter of Wade, the offl-
    olent 1 iostlnaster of that progressive
    town, was a butsileiss visitor to this city


    points.
    agent
    le, has
    points

    a, one
    of the
    ness in

    of the
    h lead-
    ity ,on

    aterday
    ,t Ala-
    derick-

    visitor


    to this city yesterday. The Doctor is
    recently established at Melntosh, but
    states that his practice Is very good.
    J. Maxey D'll returned yesterday
    from Alho0hua, where he had been to
    attend the weddIng of' his nideei M134
    Lida Williams, who Was married to
    Robert Frederlk.


    Aeecordlion 'liig--AnAy width up. ~Rmember the grand excursion to
    to 18 ichslu.8 Sn-ihurst skirts phuitod Tampa over the SetboardAir Line on
    (. F. lhlh, 31 \V. luvl trteet, Jack-' the 15th inst. Fare from Gainesvile,
    son.vill.'. d I w round trip, only $2.2,i tekete good. re-.
    Perry M, 1coleon has returned from turning until the 18th, inolidve. 8t
    Tallahas ~'e a'uni other points in West. George L. Taylor of Palmer, the
    Florida, where he has begin oui in- cimit superintendent of the immense
    portant loiusinsB. interests of the' Gainesville Peach
    Iniraiul (excursion to 'l'atnpt June 15, ()r'hAtrd Company, was among the
    Tickets from (haiuisville good return. visitors to this oity yesterday, Mr.
    Ing until the 18th. Fare, only $2,25 Taylor is one of the mott prominent
    for thO rmniud irip.. d8t resldenta of that section.
    : Single ypie i m meni will tlad the | phamibetlain's Stomach and Liver
    cosest turnsa hfd room at tih' Tablets are just what you need when
    Brown ilutist A nitex, "T cu1ents Ptr yoU have pMto, fee(tol dull after
    '0we4k to ,lAo severall rooms fi (.r ati n g amtdr u. with a bad taste
    i lht e housk'elping. Aply lrown! in your mouth They will improve
    a s tUotllv. I your appetite, oteUnse and invigorate
    "I have been tr', your mstmulth and glve you a Wlih for
    hav |>< titro btled Tor somo <4 t yl|your food.. For tae by a) druggtstl
    Wit 1 ost ion ad sour tomalch." and medlolnoe dealers.
    as:i Mrs. Saraitn W. Curtis, of l.e, d t te
    %assl., "andl have been taking OChan- ttAintil o dir6oted to the adver-
    lan itonmaoh and Liver nTablet. tisemut of Ja. F.Smith, the photog-
    Wioh havo h elped 1 very mui, sti aphler, which appears elsewhere In
    lthAtnow I can out 1many things that ti
    before f ould not.," If you have any tis paper r mithas an artis
    ttMtble y with your stomach why not ov' of the finest in the South,.u his
    t oke these tabltss aaid get well? For work will demonstrate. Gainesville
    i 1. all. druggists and med iei inamy indeed feeX proud that Oueh work.
    ll . manahip a1en be soured in thls city,
    S OI o John '. LDamnpier and Thad which is something unusual for a ity
    OBr tme mbs of the Boa|d of ( oun- of its sile. Mr. iith ia offering ape.
    5 oaUpita. owner. fron Hllague' and Bell ial roduotloMn on certain styles until
    Alotss, respectively, arrived inh the the card ttok In tho styles has been
    l ty ^esrday for r.tht purpose.ofat. exhausted, and this affords an exeel.
    l the aeti; of the board, leit opportunity to secure a fine photo-


    beo held today for the pur.- graph at a low priee.
    r tasig the returns of the-! -"-"..
    I+tr oasig t; the seallsIIng A oosUf Mistake.
    ie boad* wI convene at lu.nder me ime very expen-
    Ianlf 4 Ond aoef thorI*. save. o o heb
    pf14 ..of .a,,IM :* i ;. l^: *wy +. ffl + .lB


    :


    euralgio 'pl,.r m Witt n -, lur- MELONSMOVING HEAVY. Thomas told Hi
    ba and ati p yield to the Train Eht -- at the court y
    peb etrating lOpansith e le of Ballard ain of Eighteen Cars Passed Gaines- heo did not inte,
    Snow Linmeot. tpenetraie to th ville Last Night. but merely met
    ow iani bonit Ai betrates to the The melon movement from points in tion as a -joke
    into the blood it .bit absropertibed t Florida is bPginning to be heavy. went to a place
    at conveyed to every part of the bod ar7 this morning a solid train, corn- ing Somu carpet
    and effeesotn i tendo et a ret Mr.e posed of eighteen refrigerator cars, leaving the pli
    D, F. Moore, i lit ilInoil Central passed through this city en route hatchet with nc
    Railway,. Milam, ezsn., states: !I have north. The train consisted principally it.
    UsI allard'"iiw. Linmnent for principally it.
    teumal amo f Sto.eLo, in my watermelons, but contained a few "Well," rema
    faithmit Is i. 0e remedy. We carload of cantaloupes. Most of the hot look upon
    Vo0l4 not do 2It s, : 50, train was made up from the Marion neither doe I
    and $1.00 a *, i O county farm~ o o asu
    An EtJ t!i.:E ning. Watermelonsare plentiful in that not exercise 0I
    T lne of he Swond se, action between Roheelle and Ocala, heavily 'you
    Td Oleantis chth I toe cream andit said are selling in the home from (6WO0, wh4
    aeeabl at the h o lb ane home of markets at from 5 to 15 cents each, asnd witnesse*
    Mrs. Roth, W.orthe O Ibt16 le, last hue price in the tGaiuesvile market is leavethe city .
    ntght, for bImilt of the last still beyond the readh of a newspaper Thomas pid
    chuh (ond. There inii ltge crowd man, ranging from 83 to 0 ceate-and ture he will b
    of the North tetWaa eag folks the produket o isOare at that. people.
    out, and those w) b *0. ttpdd V report a A 94te*aAi Cha bern
    most lgte do Runn4ing lke .nai down the street i""
    + ". ... ... a . a, buisdre4
    Qi Sthet^^^' '44" O'& hlt oc
    _____#4 te*~,'2red


    N: G EsvnILE, FLORIDA, J EK

    il wilth Vqhinanf m ill.
    N wbern Jolley of tochello was in
    townI terdny. W L
    W.p oe,a progreBiv6planiiter of
    Island Groe, waB in the city yesterday. ,
    W. mrown Tf'Newberry was, regis-
    tered tlth rown House yesterday. KINI CorsetTa
    ;Stupervsor fG. M. Wienges his re-
    turnetd frr6t an official visit to Island Nothing s
    Grove and other points. appear m
    Miss Mayme Finley departed yester- corse t1
    day for Green Cove Springs, where sh .
    will visit friends for a few day.. Has Cured Thousands, Will f thW
    P.B. H. Dudley of Jonesville, one of Cure You. Coiset an
    the most prominent citizens of that I you a Cre .ti an
    section, was in the city yesterday. It you are troubled with kidney or Thislatte
    bladder troubles, such fa dropsy, Justable
    MTissed Myrtle and Alma Fennell de- Bright's disease, catarri, gravel of the stout figus
    parted yesterday for Hawthorn, where ladder, albumen in urine and un- R. & G. C
    they will visit relatives for a fewdays healthy deposits, o- too frequent dis-
    Geo. P. Morris of Waldo, one of the charge of the urine. pain in the back
    hustling young, business men of that and bladder, dropstcal swelling of the In many l
    town, was a visitor to Gainesville yes- feet and legs, etc., etc., we guarantee it will pa]
    terday that by using Smith's Sure Kidney often.
    J. C. Williamson, an extendtve naval Cure, a complete cure will be effected. Mosquito
    stores operator of Grahamville, was Price 50 cents and .l1.00. For sale by
    among those who paid the county a JOHNSON BROS. At $1.00
    visit yesterday. $2.5, ret
    Rev. L. R. Lynn, formerly of Mikes- A PRETTY HOME WEDDING.
    ville but now pastor of the First Pres- '
    byterian church of Palatka, was at the Solemnized by Rev. C. W. Inman at
    Brown House yesterday. Alachua. MRS. ,
    Tomorrow is Trinity Sunday, a fes- At the home of the bride's mother,
    tival of the first religious rank in the Mrs. E. B. Williams, on the evening of
    observance of the Episcopal church. June 4th, Miss Lida Williams and Mr. _
    Specialvrehearsal for allthe members Robert Frederick were united in mat- T T
    of the choir is called for this evening rimony. At 8 o'clock the bride and
    at 7:45 o'clock.* groom njarehed in, to the sweet strains
    of Mendelssohn's wedding march,
    Capt. L. H. Tmple, fo many years played by Mrs. 3. A. Williams, in the
    a conductor on the Cedar Key division p o a re finreth
    o t Sea board Air line, ar ied in t presence of a largee company of rela- TrND E
    of tte Seaboard Air line, arrived in the s f r p I na UNDE R
    tives and friends. Rev. 0. W. Inman tiL
    city from Starke yesterday and will re- of rnson, formr pastor of this
    main here for a few days. His friends
    main herefor a fo ds. His friends charge, in his solemn and impressive
    were glad to greetl im. manner uttered the words that united l l line
    Miss Mazie Coxr of Jacksonville, af- the destinies of-the happy pair. K ETS
    ter a pleasant visit to Miss Eulalee After congratulations, all repaired ROBES, e
    Denton in this city, returned to her to thedining room, where delicate and, et
    home yesterday. This charming young delicious refreshments were served. al supplie,
    lady made many friends here who will The bride was lovely in a simple cos- Hearse a
    always be glad to welcome her return,. tume of white silk mull. She carried
    G. W. Elliott of Vista, an extensive a bouquet of bride roses. The groom flamished
    mill operator, is in the city on busi- looked handsome in a suit of conven-
    ness. Mr. Elliott was for several years tional black. The house was beauti-
    engaged in the saw mill business at fully and tastefully decorated with
    Branford, and enjoys the reputation of evergreens and roses. PorsoO
    being one of the most competent mill After an evening spent in lively con- all bu
    men in the State. versation and in admiring the nimany
    Dr. G. L. Sipptell and son, Arthur, and beautiful presents, the company Order,
    after a couple of days. spent in this dispersed. grap)h
    oity,departed4 yesterday afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. Frederick left on a "
    Bironson, where the Doctor will spend special train for Newberry, their fu- ed to.
    several days practicing in dentistry. ture home.
    'fhtfamily of Dr,. Sipproll is now. in The bride is the eldest daughter of
    Alaska, aid he'and Master Arthur ex- the late Dr. J. A. Williams and is a
    peot to leave for that country the lat- member of one of the oldest and high-
    ter part of the present month. eat families in Alachua county. She is
    John F. Jackson ofBronson Is in the a great favorite here, and will be sad-
    city. He has just returned from a ly missed by her many friends T V P r
    successful trip through Southwest The gruom belongs to one of the best UNDE- i
    Georgia in the interest of H.. Kraten- families of Alabama and has been a
    stoin & Co., clothiers, New York, for conductor on the Jacksonville ai.d
    vwhom he is the efficient traveling Southwestern Railroad for a numilber U
    salesman. Mr. Jaakson has bren on of years. He is held in high esteem CM IT1
    the road for thirty years, and with the by the company he serves and his ge-
    exceptionof one msan-"good old Max nial and pleasant manner has won him
    Krauss'-isa probably the most widely many friends. May joy and happiness (105 1
    known commerce ai tourist in Florida, attend their way, is the wish of the
    The Oak Hall Baseball Association writer.
    will have another benefit Tuesday and ....
    Wednesday evenings of the coming Fight Will be Bitter.
    week, when MiloDoyo, the1 celebrated Those who will persist in closing Special R
    Romany pianist, wili give two recitals their ears against the continual rec-
    at the operA house. Mr. Deyo gave a ommendation of Dr. King's New Dis- grades while
    *eries of recitals at the Seminary hall covery for consui-ption, will have a
    inth tyeral weeklong no, andd bitter fight with their trou- .. .
    who heard him were delighted with his mination Read what T. Beall 'Tf IN THE h
    work. The admission has been placed Beall. Miss., has.to say: "Last fall
    at 85 cents for one performance, or 50 my wife had every symptom of con- Will Thomas S1
    cents fr the two. Inasmuch as this to. She took Dr. King's New to Coo
    will be given for the benefit of the. failed. Improvement came a onceTho
    baseball team it is to be hoped that a and four bottles entirely cured her." ing to Si Harrit
    good crowd will be present. Guaranteed by all druggists. Price make away w
    ...-. 800 and $1. Trial bottles tree. the article of
    A Splaedid Remedy. the article of M MOVING. H Y.T o H


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    reductions in sever

    the cards last.


    MAYOR'S COURT.
    tol0 at Hatchet and H4
    ugh Up a Fine.
    took a hatchet btwlo
    and was atte(mtii
    then Harris (lisovel
    hardware in his WCO
    i Honor Mayor 'fTha
    yesterday mornilig !i
    ;d t -steal the ha|il'
    int the whol- trv-
    . He stated iOlal
    Wihete Harris *1!
    nter work, and thit
    iace he merely itx)
    0 intention of kepi

    irked His lio1or."'
    hi0 so much of a
    the o oompiai allt.1
    that in tutored ye4
    urtJoking proclivity
    amy separate yol
    wh will pay tlh la
    for their troabi e

    th e and saY
    careful how ev 'i

    C holers
    *hoe Remedy

    ^^0

    SON 'S



    io ,uecessary to ia htily
    e as a perrecl.lttis,
    ecan itt a113y sii.
    several or tIhe 1p ,,(
    iakes, being sole 2U.ii),
    r I. Corset, thie h,l,
    d bire Pur!tnsi (',,iel.
    r Is the new forii1 i,.
    e0rset for limedin i and
    resM We also ktp ihe
    !orsets.
    alues
    ]]partments tIi i ,,
    y you to visit thi smi.e

    Canopies
    , $1.25, $1.7-5 a- l
    idy to hang.



    R. WILSON




    OMAS


    TAKING CC

    f FINE CAS.
    COFFINS,
    tc. All fuimr-
    s up to date.
    nd carriages
    when desired.


    hal attend, i t(
    sinessin thi> Jine
    s by mail 'r tel
    Lpromt!y att(en




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