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 20, 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: VID01906
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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..' Danube, greet your auspleIru.s success.
REL S ..AThe foimders of our houses, Karati.

PII. HEGI over live and gloiw In Serviat hearts.
P N, IH RE ICID -Hail to the Justice of God! Hail to
I S you1 Hail to the Servian people.
*16ial Note Is Issued From "bThe community of our feelings and -
"blo',.l is a pledpo to all-tlie Serbs that
St. Petersburg. thn iud ivIlsablPe tfradship of Servia. and
T -~ Monitenegro will -ever gleam holy and I
rCINQ PETER IS RECOGNIZED heanlfis for our people,
S: "Abovo this' Soervian concord hovers a
S4te 8ays It Is Incumbent Upon New the angelic soul of Zorka, my daughl
Ruler to Avenge Assassinations. ter and yo9r spouse, whose blood and
love shall ever unite your children and
Dangerous to Tranquility of Servia mice. I.ng live the king of Servl&!"
To Leave Crime Unpunished.
eb.. J King Loudly Cheered.
I.jfit. Petersburg, June 19.--An ofllicial Genova. Switzerland. June 19.-.King
*ote was published In the Gazette to- Peter attended a Te' Dum service to" -
,- recognizing Prince Peter Kara- day an the Russian church itn honor of
eorgevltch as king of Serrvia and,ae- hts election to the throne of Servia. He t
Wliedgiag his accession. In brief was loudly cheered. -
-'note declares that Jt Is incumrbent -w- ,h
in King Peter to avenge th assas- POSTAL INVESTIGATIONS.
ion of King Alexander and Queen
ia, and expressed the conviction federal Grand Jury Wll Bring In
t be will know how to severely pun- More Indictments. I
the regicides, whose misdeeds Washington, June 19.-The federal
4id not be visited on the entire Ser- and ury, which has beeh investgat-
in nation or army. The note adds tng postal affairs, probably wil1 bring
.lt would be 'dangerous to the In five lindletments today against per-
-quility of Servia to leave the crime sons involved. Aslstant Distrlct
mpiunished. Attorney Taggart who has the casea
S e- teext of the note follows: in charge for the government, reached t
Sweek has now elapse since the his ofco early this morning, and waS c
f4 of thM bloody revolution at Bel- bunily enag-ed In going over the tn-
'40, an Intimation of which could diotntonts. He denied himself to allU
$ot :be given to the Imperial govern- callers.
Jint -In the customary form because Although every effort has been made ,
S legal authority was lacking In Ser- Although every effort has been made
i. Strictly adheing to herlacin stand- to hoop the public in Ignorance of the
tit Strictly adheriveng to her stand- action to be taken until the papers
9tffar of the non- tikaon Inthe nter-d at were ready for presentation by the
affairsof time i ng i atempossile to rand at d jury it learned on unquestioned
Sany s teimcourse indwith the personas authority that the grand jury has vot. i
myed to return indicttments against Au-
1A have arbitrarily usurped power, gust 'V. Machen, Dilller B. Groff, Sam.
m>istna has awaited the conclusion of uel A. Groff, George E. Lhoren and
utrhe troubles in order to define clear- Mrs Lorenz, the to latter being Mre
Sheer attitude towards the events I den te of ol. The specific chars,
S!kingdomof rva of ervia, Th akupsh- It s undorsto(od. *111 be cona pracy to
a imnd senate assembled in extraoe defraud the government. i
l4iflary session June 15, the legal order The fact that now Indictments would
,things was re-es ta bsihod and be returned against Machen nurd th
t.Flihce Peter Karagoorgevi teh was roff brothers, has beeo talked of for
imouly elected king, The prince, some time around' the courthouse, but
tmplylng with the na- it was not icpected that the action
tlcnI assembly, has oonsented to as- would be takenso poon. The sa\sa.
c:*r the throne of Servia under tire tlonal feature oftodaty' probable pro.
hime of Peter I. Immediately after ceding is the connectIon of Mr."-.
e, proclamoatin the nevw I -lug tole- renz's name with te transtmctlois
garaphed to t.ho vzar asking his impe- which led to the arrest of MachVi
-a majesty to s-cognuie him as ng, and roffs A the he time of th
hereupon conllrrnation of thia was arrests storls were in circulation that
".The imperil l nt 'while there was a go-between but the Infor-
Sgnhelperlal over ment, won- mRation at hand then was not conclul
lg the election of the, n sire enough to establish the identity
a..ch,-sclon of a glorious dy nasty, and of this particular party.
t2ishing all sucV s as thoi supreme Whether or not Mrs. Lorena acted
.tAd.of the Sirvian people, who are al- In this capacity Is not, known, but it
ed to Russia by tics of religion, e.a has bean suggest--that this go-bc-
'%&vertheless not refrain from express- tweon waa a woman.
IpFthe confident hope that Kling
Gv will be able to ivo evMxtence of COTTON IRTAI N..
Sense of Justice NIflt maness of C A .$
'i.*:bty Naoptlng mnesn at thke out- Lae Springr May Weetho.
.'Mto investigate the abootn*bl mis-
0'4 which has been oommltted ,and a4tng. Cs
-1 mete out rlgoroci punishment to ouaston, Tot, *,.-On the
tLtitorous crimnalsl who haV cotton cropn A N
tiatriedqtlfemselvo with the infamy S a date so 144 a Ioo was never
Vf regicide. Of course, the entire mnMr uncertaU, thtan tUe present one-
ian nation or army cannot be held The late afrlng a1d cool weather in
*ponslble for the crime which re. May has caused treplatlng to '1.4i As
lit public contcl.rhee, yet it would extent- that the plant 's abooinI ta
-ldangerous to S'rvia's Internat[onal! beJMnd time. VWhile tb1 Inai.
eo not to exact expiation for the start, has be detnroy04 ",t,
solution carried out With violence.by ures be put a grod aO p t1eB
"On the relaUon5 of all the state. can be tna,.t even on the present

la serious di.fnfiatles at ti. co-m- may reach S pie cent, promises to *play
cement of the irsign, of King P-ter. a.In Imzportaht part. T. noorthern and';
tIlIrnt. w. e Wten .j^rUti* of the Matte, :wiher
'tthelr ,falan ro-r-Tgtniltes offer i the. boll weervils hbae not appeaeI,-
Sto od fsuppiiIk a far the repose of turn urh the greater paurt of the A~n*
ie mouls of K Alexander and. h'ia. Cns.ne, while In the sotuthwetWer <5t.
p hsort, who have met an'- untimely U rn, where the inoect hO b40n meat
d".C sid they tnvoke the blessing of desItructi.., the ocr-aye i ft gijhdp
e"'Itmtighty on the rule of King Pe-. smaller. ' -. : "
is- tot' the welfare aol *rrcsiperlty of j * --..' " I!'I"."' * ..
---i --- l pdtaon, Ji~me l.*---4Cng Piwar4,
rMCHOL.A SENOS BEST WISHES. u een*0, Ale..afdt IaM other setmhWet

:, Ruler of Ssrvta ,. iMite with postiliottn a.d .outsi -nIs


ulatioo to Kiag Peter, Prt cele t.1h patbrlt.. of oeity .t. o t Late'
of Mottwmegro, say.: 4sy at the rate was very large' ea
Ihe wbho of Sarvia I se)4 Oth ir ina stle* were Mtrd :ed &a, ea .
o6f ,baptpla. but At of all.thzt: re'O.


heroa -rhoM. IO lt a# perso o -----f *-"
oftGeorag.the Black, to- Fainig Sluitd*ng Injwq I Msty,
ve4hd thotlen4'eslred kilgh M ew Yowrk J ,u i..-*The t iuM* e
S tocW sekt tht t'.eray v' -' of a baUaeiMg at No. 4) Mofdlry, 0t.'
t *Ar with Ia the iabon st pled .-, -bo t1t5ry. C*aed a ,itw
itwhich the freetopi ud ts4 tiad br omn n) 'unOsu weso Ia .

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he vas bo 4OW1 po oaf

aeboiAA
I4*0s0a"" tod j e t sIcn flw-lPbe
Pd AefieBe Hn d'fleser ft L'Lgge Sa^jM ble CyatelS (f1 0tl~g b b s.j
tl ad ptei esp l mist)naetlet.MN$
l*isgsn 4ky Jf0e t1"- mixe me
Swew w o4 t the kk Stamee f a IIItI fIM ,
hate ght, asgtsl ;iv at ten as v m4WeM, lJ4flhllll 1 Gwtmi~ (ha
Ie waK WcU se t? w rne io r say4 ^'!ame l fu14fr N
sight thatebsesr$ lodte te 4 Sn wsth Uh* tS3
it. ases 44snt anssst udae s
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wuad mds for theteud ret0109. Beees TC DnIR
BROSECUTOR ypu ot young wo 4e,1 clae1han1 with I nIERRIF
.P... .....UTO 0hint au deoaavred him the bravest man ,

REATES SENSATION "You are right; everybody to for IN L
CR "O X :,c ^ ; iyou" w tftch .orus., '
Op we asko to go whore .FourtO
Exciting Seone at lials of the wines were flowing treely. H-
J twent. but would not drinc. He h-aas t
Jett and WA"idt, Aever tasted Intoxicating liquor nor!
MAKES FIERCE DENUNCIATION. used tobacco. VICTIMS
--- LIVELYY S 8 AP ON SHIPBOARD. no ,
Commonwealth's Attorney' Gives No- At the Woo
Sthat Eoodthrsty Fds and kr Game on Ocean i.Wner Leads to Ing of SI
Sensational Soon. tructlon-
Duels In Breathitt County, Ky., Must New York, June 19t--Soeo or their
Stop. passengers who have Jlst returned Wrecked I
from Europe on the stowtlor Kaiter London,
Jackson, Ky., June 19.-T--tere was Wilhelm I,. saya a tra rty wts nliar- were kill
another "circus crowd" heie today to lowly averted two da$s betoro thc- e6xplosilo in
hehr the closing argument in the ease liner reached ,port. The attai: grew with a.rs.ti
of Curtis Jett and Thomas White, 01on out of' a card game. The t1amoa of Several ol
trfal fortjhe murder of Jamoes B. Mar- tihe two men ltvolved havu not been blown to pi'
oum. The pleadings of Judge b. F. learned. badly wrebol
'reonch, John D. ONe ) and B. B. Gol- It was after midnight when the at- offt ad the
den for the defense, asad of OaptaAn tention of persons in tho smkling room explosion is
WIlliam L. Hurst and Thmnas Marcuim was attracted by three men playing of a shell.
for the prosecution, y i4terday aid poker. One of the pl era, who had ti aceoes a
last night had attracted igo':uch atten- called a large raise, lIddoInly threw where thor
o16O that all wanted to hear Common- down his ha-nd and jumped up and employee b
malth's Attorney Byrd 4ote the case struck the winner, whom he called "t formatloniv
this morning. ooat." Six atlditl
bhe mothers oft the defepdants, d' In another moment the two men it is h-1lo
owe of feud victims tan4 other ladles were locked together a'fd struggling pieces,
were again present. While all menI back and forth about the room. Tuilm-
entering the courtroona Are searched bling over a chair, both foil heavily, WERA
every day for concealed. Wtapona, ex. The simallor wan managed to gal-u his
tr6 precautions wore taken today by freedom. Americana
the soldiers, as there are grave appro- As he jumped to his feet he reach- of
hqaSlon s a to what mny -happen.with ed for a weapon, but on theo nst.ant 'htIomault,
luch a crowd aIn town after the tri l that he drow out a revolver the Inrg- an and wl
l1 concluded. If It .la ab hung Jury, it;or a n dashed out p9 deck, Wansd,, after
is stated that Governor Bckham. who i Running after hin', the smaller man in Mbilco.
ha State Inspector Hino.hero lookln1 u found. himtl telf looking down the bIlrelt indignities
on, will not have the next trials in, of a revolver heavier than- bhl own, l Mexhan of
Breoaihitt county, nor Ju.dgo lRedwltna, He he-iltated for only an t1otant, anti Bryan la
$tt In other casos. Inipetor Hilnea Iwas whirling hls own w:pcapoI Into ai t rlto.
cae back to Investigate the atteomnpi position to fire when tho mon who lind not to
to bribe Witness wen.., lwen hwl boonn unwllng wItnoshes of tite saclino- Brytt-i bo)0t
ftve witnesses to the attempt to bribe Mage, mi-ihed lupon lhim from bhliind Toanlolbam
and threats of as-assalnatlon and th and palIonod 'hl a-rnia bollittl his at Mazatli
destruction of his p property. back. The doc'k stow als aideld it they were
There are grav.o feast today for quietig the two cn anl irevonting and womer
someo of the newspaper rha. Two cor- ftirther hoAttlllt.ad lons tld l
rospondicnts left yesterday and t a their! acotentants were camonrto n liahnin, Ih
plIpera litve sent now mo. BV they -tho'lr tato rooms and the nffl.ir was wa stlbseo
will nlot be known to thet issasins, It Ict hoard of agaitin. bullet hole
is dangerous (or one man to remain lS ay"s tIat
hore long It hbla paper has a .trecula- GEORGIA BANKERB IN aESSION. enod trdt
tlon in the town. [_- e-" onul at
W!ho i court convened dy B. inanciers of the State Assemble In r tool
GoldeVn conlutdei- for tho tense and
Commtonwealths Attor,, yrl mtIde Annupl. Convention.
hiS argument, which was pronounced Atlanta, Juno 19.--ThBe twelfth iU WES
by attorneys as mcst convincing. JByrd tina convention of the Georgia lank.l- Letter of P
hag a reputation as a fearless prose- ere' Bawoelatlona met tn this city yes- r
cutor. When this cass opened ble terday with a large attendance. The[ o
annoIniced that he prolpoi-fd to do his fl4ianchlor Were Wrl mtt t 0 0of the
duty. it mattered not who Was hurt. by- Mayor i1va-n P. elowoll, In t timely ot' a me tt
Byr-a has purchased him a homt in ant applprpt4at, addresss, In those a r,
Wlnchoster, Ky.. and Is preputaed to tew.oon a lunchmw a s Rlven the vt-, # 0"a*tona.lal
rem-ove his falrily to thit: plaie a* iore b theminhergef the 'hdt. the Ngi I f, o
soon as these eases ar.- over. The -Drivlng, clah, whIch 'wa n reoatly on State aid
decense oble.ted frqit-itiy to lit JOiyod aby all. tas ;
statement, and In soine laattc was- There e at several hundred, mnmbteri "o A
sustalnt4 and 'the proa,-dtitb rcpr; Of thar-asla tlton present. 1 l a .nv ary
tanded by the jttul O l t oin- M any l$tiraUna drnses waro
objected to. a, statemtI of BYrd thawt ade an4. Wh Important btilness Aly l lt"I
. motion halM been na,. to4inss^e transacit$. huehlt! whi
the -jury whcleh WAM s4 4 ( 4, 44 4oitd A0 tiesborate. banquet wal fivean t t
fyrd s ka44 the lury k bto w i if the KHiblofcti latf night. I wdi.rfu
necsMy, to make the tan etriaft. .- .'" takon plar
that C(ptain lwen tal bimad, a4* J ies* 00wl H en S M. Leong. I Mona.' '.
tie. Raisint -his .hand aloft and ah* C, rroetnl 0.Bi.,, June l*.-Hcn, l. j attt"* via
lon It lbrestilenlaly toward tw0 .Mon W flrg dd et his boasNt at Ci-rdovahisory *f
who sat i" c .. .: :".had Al. W"ue orninlgA at Clok II l rt:
"I wnt to lre Warning w to. o MNr t.,O U*dt had been doee"ad to s e ard
alt of your followers* that ywflr. blood for sxeveraJ dYe.*-, II he b a lnerod In 10 to*hoir lt


o At to nois whn-D the an-hse*rhaelnsi, war s-dd WeM captaln in the civll war, Mili
the mn who an. Us contsrst.s; pqw, 'ie wei aMopsnatod bythe Izndpbltelai s t (Chrtette
r bhind tt. Jti<5 -Ut \.t-. .llI if WWlsr Ninety ,n 'est .n4 .Pre- aeH: t toi
bw, eio rf < t.-e work), i44 ithe"r .id-el h-t oot ytis t el t i o.isstar.. IaEr Vtae



Q)', you are Of mtr^ ., Leng Feet I1 5n4si Iee
well :i, l te' >as *d n tat, hAusta. (., Jun 19 -tD. I W. -SIt-e m. nS




certain wirtasese - o(artl fc.-.: .-j f btlcaktit~if, setting out the io- (sets, {(.~ nur-i~4ehS


t 0,rIr of tho cotton

4 l to l .rsati on. .
0 4M i ei ta coa binsti
I L.Pftlr,- first t atr
S tP% -bohe t gapee
a'.t e ,tor tn pa
NlO f l o cwt00 0a4' fr -<

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DENTS ALWEUEI


C EXPLOSION

YODITE WORKS

Men Killed: Thir
oen Injutred.
TER FBLI MANGLED.
wich, Eng., Arsenal Burst-
hell Deals Death and PDo
-Buildings Were Badly
by the Fearful Shock.
June 19. -Fourtoen men
cad thirteen lnjturot In an
the lyddito works at Wool-
il this morninUg.
Sthe victims .were literally
seesa The buildings were
Iod. The roof was blown
Interior collapsed. The
,attributed to the bursting
There were many pathet,
t the gates of the arsenal,
sands of i'olatlves of the
aslgottl the officials for In-
lonal mou are missing, and
ved, they wore blown to

I BADLY TREATED.
Buffer IndlOnltlete t Hands
Mexican OffWolals,
Wash., June 1o.-R. B. Bry.
e have arrived In Aberdesn,
*r An absence of ix luqnthsa
iHe tolls a story of flafty
suffered at jho hands o1
Mtl 1tals at. (, ylinM-a.
a son of Stato School 81U,.-.
Rt UByani, an- hie word ii, .
douhltedL With his W, .
rdod a stoamor PtI Alamoiil '
)o, forl 0upytmars, stoPping.
An to tut oft maali.- Thearei
quarantinet and both iioh
n wort) trNtoad In at seandit,
rutal in manner. One 19ip .
o s&Yl, tried to soawpe, and
ituonltly front: dtead with o
through his temple. a-rlyu,
the. whle affair Is ,pf 'p
the Amerlcn. and ftrltqh
(lfatymal hftorei the o.-

BEY Bl- TENNIAL.w
president Roosevelt to Meth'
dliets of Amerlca.
Jun3 e1( t.-In a special *tl.' "
.'rthwte.torn (hrisatiUn Ad.
od to cetomoratcthebf:
of the birth of Joho Wou9
r from President Itoomrit0
ihodlit eop0 : oIt (it Uitted
are, In It the -vrnid.ct
Irtieni tte* two. hibuwroth.
Sof thIt birth 0j.t JoU 'Woee-
av, at peculIar Iutvrslt, for
Ioh he t."il ehai, l/a'cIaI-h
net evi pa; *nd tfl
growth ^atMetbdtrM has
a during the r(o4 of our
T h.. Metbo4t con re.
yel S p.0*ullr. IMfrt In the
our country and It wotitd
circu.!t rl.dr, no l.I thani



i Meet *$ Chalotte.
K ,. 0, Jttitow "-l-a pur-'
th 0al:ll .,:o.f hrry. itlBrunac

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0 ,!9,A, negro trai
v ie : ,,es ,rain No.

bthi at Rtth aQ0I4te here Iet night

it 3 s -ie b-ead was entirely
s*te o body by the tremen-
.o.ea wheels ota loComotive, and tlhe
0e,,-qeson was so sOrdden that the. unl
S*i~ :xiat man never realized what
ll* 4.ppened,
i rexp.ress trait went Into a siding
t this point to wait for another' train
topal. The crew of. the train had
b;i working hard, and were very
Swh :faltlgned. This man lay down
fo' a few moments' rest with his head
: one of the rail's of the main, track,
s r when:the other, train came thun-,
derlig by itt ame as a message of
d0t to htir The body was taken to
'a, hi's home.
his etion wa messed with re
lfr ing rain yeLstrday, which proved
Iof great benefit to the crops.

'IN TH, iiOUIT :OOURT..
:M n 0'o Drinw rArrinisd for Murder,
:, Oonvitpld, RooQmmended to Mercy.
i .Tle s. pinlopthe ooifrlit 'court was
S p9 pt 1,lri in the tr al of Monroe
D'. ew,: a tir tdle: '1olored boy who has
noQt Yet rreat4hed t1h age where lie can
ex1 ieN his citiEenship as, a man,
upon the seriloubs charge of ,murder.
rew klel ed onqe of is companions
near Alaishuttgvera debt of a few dol-
lass, whioh he claimed was in self do-
fenae, but the jtry, after a short dellb-
S erato~ n of tIe 'evidence befbro them,
dee ied that he was guilty of murder
In the flrt degree and so rendered the
ve rdct, but asked'for the mercy of the
"court.
The court adjourned at 5 o'clock yes-
terday until the next regular term. It
wata most affective seSiton, thirteen.
O.MQe having been disposed of, and Hiis
HQonr Judge Wills and Proseouting
Attorney Oalhoun deserve a great deal


46- 0 l4 6 ?1 Few Pay4 ."

so -a ll righti0lmply \don;' t ni
#13|(lil, t' are., : .. ,a ng: i' t.."t" ", ,
tniny months the cows have beenpKe.
t'Itted to offend a. of ti 4 rd
of the city by running ab(t'iht ei
breaking into people's yd and de
,stroying :their beautiful ~iow minaling the prorfle garfdei a.,.n
6thterwile making t.hemWiilves 66ndi
nS1i. The cows were not~:to. bltam:l
however, for they are .not-- responsible
fWtr "the will of thoiie hlighlij author-'

AldiBrman Pedrick filtaly beoaine
weary of ihis state of affairs; and at.
the lat meeLting of the City Council
ho appeared before that honorable
body, of which he is a part, loaded fou
the cows and the ordinance. Ho told
hli colleagues in a most impress-
ive manner what a measly shamri it
was that the people of Gainesvilie, who
paid for ;the privileges of A metropoli-
tan city in the wvay of taxes, to be ac-
ttally run out of their rights anid
homes by the obnoxious loafing of cows
upon the IWeets an public places; he
told the Council of instances where
he observed ladies were compelled to.
walk out into the middle of the street
in order to evade the bovines, which
were blocking the sidewalk.
Alderman Ped rik secured the con-
sent, If he would superintend the mat-
ter, Ao hat e a cow jail or pound
erected. Ho went immediately to
work with a wfli, with the result that
the pound waf finished in due time and
has already proven a profit to the city,
to say nothing of relieving the citizens
to a large extent of the,cow nuisance,
for the animals are conspicuous by
their absence. It is quite a relief to
owners of flower yards and gardens,
who will forever feel under obligations
to Alderman Pedrick and his ener-
getio efforts.
During the few days that the pound
has been finished the resort has pa id a
revenue to the city of $14.
GRAND JURY INDICTS S1MS.

True Bill Returned Against Defaulting
6ollettlon Clerk.
Atlanta, June I9.-Th-'i I~'ulton coun-
ty grand jury yesterday returned an
Indictmaont a.galnat 0. 11. Sims, de-
faulting 'disecunt and colleetlon clerk
of the Oapltal City National bauk,
charging him with einbezzloment.
Tho Indicttment Is based on an &1-
legodI embezlemout of funds by Sims
while the bank was known as the
"Caliltal City bank," a state Institu.
tion, before It became a national bank.
It Is charged that before the Instltu.
flan hvnu d-hivnitnii tn it intinvi il b k l,


uo aUsuit iur t oir rapiu aa I eeootivO n'"" w "as "-anglte
work, In this "tean," If it may be so Simas ilade way wi
designated, the mne ly created Eighth aI"mouet of $21,8.9).'5.
A warrant will he
SOlirult has a molt competent Ihead, A w1ar.nt will !e
and the people of Alaeihua county will s now lerVral a ni:
appreo!ate this fact. for embezzlement. I
.. .... ..ne from thn Utni
TELEGI APHIC BREVITIES. The state Ind:lctlntmnl
/ --- foctlve when SSln1 co
iJu dge ICminsey, li' Hall county, Goor eat sentence and he
g;: a, roruios to grant ball to Mra. On In tho .state courts.
Tanner, charged with poisoning bhe --
uhilBanmod. BREATHES FREED(
: Ooti:nmmencement exorcise at th
S: nlLversity of Georgia have come to a Woman Served 27
close, Dr. Johln I Plnley, of the Col. Gloomy Prls
S;1, of thIe Oty of New York, dellv' Now york. Juni 1t
* -b ?'#ed the baccnlaiureate address yester Ibelnd pason barrR I
pi le Is free, throughl. I
Augsitant Postmaster Ge3nral Bri, od i her. a few days
StoW bhs madoe a; rolirt on.the Tulloci Odell. Wleun the w
chCrges, whleh shows that th gKoss ed from the Miattew
eat alMnes have boon.' permitted Insane to the rallwa
StheWashlngton postoffice burg, she appear'l
th WAShin at the strange .301ht8
~iitt.r Kroushltan, the notorious t t letrano wts
'Hlussian .t'w-hamltr. as stabbed In mprlionment for pa
the neck by a Hebrew at St. Pst.er bnd,. Shi entered,
burg. ty girl of 18 and tei-
A Ilerlin dispatch rArsa that the SoC grayhat.rtsi w(stiuni
.clalslst have receIved congraftilatlons month ato al sh wa I
from all rarta. of the world, ealp lw1l! her rt.ou autt was
America. on their victory at the polls. luin fror wht.hh hslo
lThe rate otr dtrount of the Bank ol evrati, Apl, rentlyy
Fglhi.u was today reduced from 3i, .lrely r'eover.
to per cent, thie strength of the Mrs. Wtmnple pto!l
iank's reserve I tg 1ig.arded its fully Rat the outlcomne atf a
justlfyIng the relu'tton, young mann who wa
The Mexicanu government proposed con lle, also wa, s
to cOlqmpel all aig1l and advbrtoeaieints but died In prison mi
pltcardedi on waEis tota ie In Rpahih, Courtmartial
with. if de -red, tr. miatlonr into other M'ttlln, .l< I1 ).
lanrguat s. It Is 6otiiderel contrary ha been o.idred fror
to th0a dignity of tle nation that f t .mle unmt i hflil
ia 1 slgns, now very nutlmtursa houtb Fvt av.airy, on thIe
hot have their $pt11 h counterpat. ;lnig sotl't,-' "-a, I'
A dispatch from Philadelpht i ya sAY ay U r m t'
STe Nrll ?ftocock. w ;wte't .of t'fton a&nV travel,h tIos ad lerse. The bft utatna
*' t Wa:' ne. R' eaahm a heio trom RUeh the trani ort St, iLo
:'"' Mlst t oMttica circles, : o r eonieral .vtis.


th funds to th)

Sservced on Sinms
't ia.ry, whore he
x ye "arn'' seIltr C e
having been :.en-
itod Staties court.
t will becormo ef.
ii)lpotus his pres-
ca1n then be triad

OM ONCE MORE.


,Years Behind
on Walls.
.-After 27 years
MIa. Elmnia Wim-
the pardon grannt-.
ago by (Governor
monttnu was escort.
ia Hlotpital for the
y station at New
completely dazed

eonitonleCd to life
olsoailng her hum-
Sing Sing at p:tet-
eirgod to Ibherty a
of 45. lFifteenc
fund to l'e loslug
tanketi to the asy,
l:asi just l en lib.
shtewilll soon en-

n:o'd her hIustband
Love affair. The
itr'ld as her ac-
o iiutnce:l for life.
any yeatris nago.
Ordered.
--A eourtimartljl
the trial of First
on Poley, fr the
charge( of emthz,
eArItrl.L in t the
perly coatlractlng
his sulperlor of-
ant was on board
u ua bou.n4 hoMe.
by order of Mao


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LJ ,IOaekaonville......... 845 a 70p..
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Ar Bruwlok. .......... 01 p o 96 p ...
Ar SavannuAm...... ..... 1 0 p11 5 a .......
Ar F rlrfax....... ................. 1 44a .....
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Ar Colur ib .............. a F p ..
Ar Ctn.d0up................. 740op 654ai ....
Ar Hamlot.. .............. p 05 .......
Ar Wtlinuton ....... ......12 05 p......
Ar Southern Pines......!... II 8p 3t 0a......
ArNalelgh. ......... ..., p .......
Ar Portumouth,.......... 40a o0u p ...
Ar Richmond Va........ 335 a 12
Ar W hington............. 10 a 8 ......
Ar alimore .............. 11 2a p.......
Ar Philadelphli........... 13w p2 ..
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T HE DAILY SUN: (GAINESV ILENPLOkDA,


JUNE 1908


I TOPLAY 1
ulrvr uirriv


MYJ 0 YIUEA I W nK

I dIiP ; a Make Their De-
arture for Georia Sunday.

PK': STILL HAVE HOPE

,'A e ton is One of the Strong-
Setsin tnhe $State, and Players Will be
Eniouraled by Gainesville, Despite
"H4ed Luck.'
STheB Oak lHlls, more recently dubbed
McArthur Pots, are expected to ar-
rive in this city today at noon with
three games charged against them.
-Te, people of Gainesville and the
mitrkgeient of the team, however,
still ;~i ifeat a greatdealof confidence
Sinth. ,$om, and feel sure that they
will eOiOe out victorious in the end.
:Th'ie 'i is no doubt but that the ball
Stwjriers are all good men, as, notwith-
t,0n4ing they have suffered three
Iaucessive defeats, they have demon-
atted :that they are competent. It
:: st ii:be ieemmbered that they have
'ietitwo of the strongest teams in the
t" e, that they had never before
'l together, and that they were
A~Whapped by strange grounds,
ii ,team expects to leave for Quit-
n Oa., tomorrow, and Monday,Tues-
a Wednesday of the coming week
I ill meet the Georgia Jays. T'he
S';ti game to be played in this city will
b nlr T'hursdjy and Friday of the com-
.i-i week, when they will meet
#M'b .Oak. -
A Splendid Remedy.
i'Neara.lgle pains, rheumatism, lum-
bii and sciatic pains yield to the
lrlt A fnn ;.,h. .a f Ballanrd's


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CLOSE OBSERVERS.
Savniags Note Thiatr to Walehl Citvi
ltled Eiye Awre Biid.
Savages are supposed to have keener
senses. .osqp,(bily 1 koeeer sonse of
sight, t'.h:\!t. \vil;::j races. The author
of "Idle D'y :i' P'tiagolluk" do'sa not 1
fcc"pt. this -thel ry IIo l)rllves that
d ~av::;;'sa l.a'. r ni kl':.,ner aeua, but
th:it 'i4y lpI.y ,'l>,sir nt[:lt) ..cti o to what
i.'.' \\'ti.WLii l ;, r;ingte of iW i'tr pect ep).
tic'.. i i.: i ,' of q.:iek respoeus
to iIn i i i.''s, : i Ci tfllh tCe following-,
s 'li+.r : "*
|bumn :'. v.i'v.' ..';'..P: g ;., '. i ;iiP' ZI irOVtt
st o iy:!i
hunw v u' )I -aigove


tr. .1.,," s. :";y g to his
f :'is p* .t ami hilt above
; ;. d IoW--
iln...'" ',., 'r";. l i -",',. ",, eL ^',: ^' |,';Is-, o ^!
the t;-' ;,', .. .i a th;.2 is
pu '. i' oe fr,- I I the t. T'I s. wtit'
cofeel sa o no t ',: i ". t






'l d lir( hrd t ;'\w riot ,.. : t I :;..('
feel a br.:tt-or aki ',." .i
fe lt it, a ln d th e re h al l b n'll ,' i . '' '

'The disaster wad not t'or tl e'L. On
that eveniug occurred, tii.e earth i t'ilke
which destroyi'd the distant city( of
Mendoza aind crushed 12,O() people to
death twIneath the.ruins.' That thp sub-
terranean wave extended east to the
Plata and southward into IPatagoniia
was afterward known. for In the citles
of Rosario anud Buenos Ayresl eloeel
toppedd, nd a slight shock wtas also
experienced In the Carmen on the Rio
Negro.


Sniment. It penetrates to the PLOPLE WHO APPEAR OLD.
is and bone, and be:ng absorbed Ow rae IayPa r.emerve he Bnoy-
the blood, its healing properties ancy and are-rhsioi of Youth.
onveyed to every part of the body People who appear old must expect
iff at some wonderful ures. Mra to be considered 4so, nod. If they apply
.,Moore, agent Illinois Central positions with evety appearance
t' Mi'a, Tenn.,stte: "I h ove for poitions with every apearnc
1allard's Snow Liniment for that senlity has struck them aud that
matisin, backtchp, etc., in nmy they have gone to secd, they cannot
iy. It is a splendid remedy. We expect favorable consideratlou. It gray
I not do without it 25c, b50 haired applicants for positions, would
I;00 at Johnson lir"s. only appreciate the value, of appear-
S nc.ces and would "brace up" when they
FISHING AT THE KEY. WtC0k situatlons -go "well groomed"
---- and well drpesed, wltl elastic Hteps.,
ecount of Scarcity of Fish the In- showing. that they still possess fire,
lUstry is Almost at a Standstill, force and entlhuslasmu-they would
I lhodges, an extensive dealer eliminate an obstacle greater than
8. .. *. hat Cedar Key, writes the 1)a their ray haolv nto inc ty
Wo n think our-selves into hiicapaclty
i 0ce Coniany in thii city, from by looking for sians of age nnd dwell-
al e has been receiving ice, to the Ing on them. and the body followva the
t that, in so far as the scarcity of thought. WO N.hould, therefore, avoid
it the Cedar Key. fishing grounds the appearanee of age In every posol-
roached ain alarming d.grct, nl..*r- ble way-by dre.as, arrhtge, conversa-
il the tilhermen have abatllotitd.ti tion ntl e.ta)pocHlly by our attItude to-
ocupation, with the reult that warl pItople and things. It Is not ditlM
l the fish houses l e been cult to preserve the buoyancy and
rarly t e el freshness of youth, but It tmunat bq done
piled to close dlowl, Mr.(ges by e onstaut ettort arid practice. A m- m
l.tly believes that the industry esicin WIhoepects to inke only one or
lull for only a few week, however, two inmportaut appearances a year
i the same letter Iho'assures Man- must keep up' bi practice. VYiuthfulI
lvingstlln that he will sign a con- hess cannot be put on for a day If old
iflor another year, beginning Au- age has had a grip on you for trionth.
It it important to pn.esrve the fire of
hmng industry being 11,moetf youth as long .a poinibOe, .it tcarry
thing industry being almon a ora to y
.fresh m israd vigor :itto old age by
report of ur sister town keeping ab tiety Atest tI every
Lt to be hoped that the "fish thing that teiewtt youth. Many
will be of only shprt dura- at 6s to thIk that youthlfl portu
and pmatime aro tfooltsth, attd betfort
we kttnow It we t etulrlely out of iy n-
rlain' Colic, Cholera and pat with U l ot. w-
SDiarrhoea Remedy < tly trll i oun Vr ear |rt
everywhere recognized as the one w a must think yeotntra tiougMtL, as
y thut can always be depended soetate with young. people anld iant~st
itd that Is plrtasant to take. It.is tbema. W.hen a perwsn eases to tnter-
ially vahlabllo for numnmer diar- e.#t the young be may bie sU e that be.
tin ohitlren and.is undoulbtedly is showiln ain of old age.-out1ce'sW .
means of avi,1g th1. live of ai. ...
trrttiany chidrcn ,'ach yar. For A Shrew Cl t,
by all draggiswt anid mn.tieine An nealing story is told amton law-

S POUBLIC LIBRARY. irone to law with a in lmth .,go. i-na'i-
.-.. .w.r l~ rwtts ti ht layer be ,atUI
a of Twentieth nt Century Club *l e l tt magttfuit ao tople f Sf
W.pring for Its Establishment du(ia .
i ad o i-1 "ot rot fubytr U, said bis adviser M
i di"es whocohottitupe the Tweun- '- you do yott tlloI tho e tft.as"
iLCentutry Cluh are Working 'ith TIe jutlwment was given In ht tr fto
Mimestuesc. in the matter of esuib- wbun be. tutmd0 to hi iiaw- O ad M Ld,
ri-fTlibrhry and reading room "[ wtxi tihr dus04 Ai stitinomt.,.
:ilty, and it is the hope haad de- tlus ltteus part tW o id t a erls
*verI rogr esivo eltisel thL. ien I m lataa c e'l t~Lr' "o't I *
old auot'*e4. tEI In my sabbW'5 o. .'Linis
T.ltarm ant the .comtittei of W ...-.
ihto are soullling finantcil aid tinnu tY;S "
is Mrs. T. P. hy. Mrs. '"aveoo J ot tito.p. ehi ar r- g

aitterilttion of our .Mter i lab'a b S ,
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Miss Nettie, Blackmore, Minneapolis,
tells how any young woman may be per-
manently ctfred of monthly pains by taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"YotNo WoMEI: --I hadn fl squent holtdIc s of a s.VOer n itt ir)
dark spots before my eyes, and at my IIeInstual I rlo'sd I sUfTeiv.I
Iatold agony. A member of the lodge adtviset m0 to try LyUdIe E.
Pin]dilamn's Vegetable Conmpofhnl,, but I[ only e'sco()rd good advice tand
felt that my case wpA hopclema, but she kept tL Unt4ll I boulght at
bottle and started tlktlng it. I oon Iiad to hft reason thll world to
ohatigo my opinion of the medicine, as each~l da my hlealtl h proved, andl
finally T was entirely wiltout l pii at my in-istrialltic)i lriods1. I1 1m i 8t
grateful.'"--Ni'TTIM BI4,CKu.OlR, a28 mr1ttdl Ave,, MuLAOt 30alis, Mi 31.
Painful Periods
are uldlv and portt viiLtVnty overoonte lby lr, l4lUT. Plllnklam's
V iget41J4llIe Otoi.nl.l ': 11 eho tlvC ]etter Isrl oly llt6O. of Irllro thoulttudl whAIich prove thin 1tAttmet *O 4 bit r f is a8 vere strain onlttl w1 WiA ln' vitality,-- If It tis I ,a.tnfu Nomothlhig
is wroUng. p)on't take marrcoth! to ilerlt(li the pItlo, but remllove
the causee -' uerhatp s it. gl ca'usedl by Irregularlty or Wiomrib din1lt ,m'"
meollt or tt dlevelovlt 'ltiaet of lt tumor. Wlhatev4lr It It, ITytllli
I. Pliuklhaul Vogetcblo Coim pound io gutrrru ntoeed to cure tt.
If there Is anythinuf about your ieaK about which you would like las)lial
advice, write freely to Mrs.. Pinlchar. No nman will sMe your ultter. Mb$e Cttt
surely help you, for Ing female 116si at o i ht&4. heSho has elped lhunutedo of t nthoitan"t of
womoon buck tohlealth. llet lddrem a It Lynn, tnMlp,. n.t You are very foollah if you lo not iwarpt her kind invltutUltu.
Detalls of Another Case.
"6iMAr MSm l. PiNiiLAitA -- Iggnorancio tand
(c'treleasitpe iKs thi e alla Of nt'lOl o th, stuffer-
j gs of ,wonze!n. I i)jevo that if we. pVOprly
uttnd0erSttif t tho law of heallUt we WONld nit l lie
well bu t if tho Hlk iwonWtil only knew the
i tlithb 1Lbot t Lydi S,. ilnltkhaltis V'egetnitle
Cm ( lzpoundt, Ithey wlo 1 ble pttVd nL muh sulter
Sr ig utd woutki solo)i t ill'd.
,4 1 liwed It for fi Be ni thUli for a loetl dilfl.
4 uilt (1 c1utY whihl had troulilIed nw. f(or y ll'm,
l. n for whldh I al d s Iint Ihund*ida
Stof dollar .lit th vatnl oidetvor to rri .
I+ ..ktifV). My lifem forces Ir bel hWre i4n Pd,
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ll ef tie 9.-oegtlaiedh pau ipoplof as 'onitey wade, d 1nnroel L erhlI e ctilt -
w n',.f :Obala, ;' i, 'senktnr front ...ta.a. Senator i;ai i;s is- one



.... definitely announces h os candidacy be' uhem. $e enjoys a wide a!equntaioe
aa refu!.Xuny^"Mteyed, :the'ma^y''^^ugge ^ 7ple^o NaM',t ioun'ty m~ade6 .,
Fl~ ioirv tig.i both. preoas .and "pieople anvid e!tn selecbtiig him to :repreent *:*'.'* X

Sore the Democratic pr imartesof Ext througut the State and should he B e is r t f g Until it
t. mraKing this an uncement Son* tle doubtt that heRiouldWbe elected to

oo t lon2. a ator Brdow expresses hii opinion that any office to which heaspired,. e iu a t or, 3A capact0 to
eforacb& Wthe people are not in favor of og c ntinually store 375 00 ba

eiS;-"e:l frn is an elhtpage, atti ean gne thnime, it Justice to hirsnelf Newsy items Which Relpte Solely to to properly age all brews-of
S2 pu 4blshed .ever-on- andrindsd in of revioua the air Sex. heuse usc

'0.'t.b@ttee ~atesor Canada,'r4otOO Itat~eguaroly anmd plaixily and without pounds at birth. at. Lou, I ". ., A.
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..r. He...at Bon i...idl ot ay "I have Thii large park in Alexandria, I>l<.LT. Anahuer-r.tand rd, Export ]Pal and Cqulaltf.
p; e ai^^B"tq' ranoe o vetftbPe e e rrst nator rrown said today : "[ ave :Egypt, which is open only to women, Orders promptly filled by
rlesnot kenitey decided to becola cand foreign and nTive. J. F. EDWARDS, Wholesale Dealer. Gainesville and Ocala, Fla.
s.: lOb,:ewjre4-to pay for advertising adi- 8dal for:governor, subject to the uc- There is no such a thing as being too ......... ..
.. DAULYS N .... tion of the people in the Democrattic refled. Good breeding i even greater l_
: primary 'election of 1004. than beauty '* *r1 I They^emp'rarily '
.OHIO RFPBLION UAN N IMOUS ". Siue 1847I have been a resident of The daily output of a gingham mill f 8atir th
F QOOROAS. ; this State, at Ocala, Marion county, a Manhester, New a#nampshiro, is t

44 .he progress that is being made by and my business relations in farming, 350 miles of goods. bowels, but regular action cannot-be secured til the liver
ithe good rod moe indicate it-rowing and merchan ing have Three young ladies at Newport, R. I., secretes enough bile to make the mte
bl$ te aetl; l .'li"tSte Legislat a ti: fully identilled me with the people have started a new styie of wearing execute their natural functions. t Un hat-
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SThe cton hiefeuti o his State, could Don't use cold water when giving the atta i the results.
uole a n t'te cnt Ohio in be n a position to accomplish for them face a cosmetic scrub. Warm water
p i: Ul ad g a strong good that prosperity to which mys State frllowedy a dash of cold water, is bet-
ii.,: ,;!.i, l i .a:,opr. tin.. a strong good pride and' ambition tnas always pointed, ter.
roadss la.nk Indlatec the force mnd acts on the
4i4atY i this m"o vem et has LI pioneer days, wien buit a lad, Athletio girls are becoming smaller liver; cures Ch i;;
p uarqir i this ohrthe. This S the I ave watched my father's farm, in wais:at t and broader int shoulders. oThe aliand Fever, and evry form of
IM firf tie such-astad pha i [t been taken while he, with other,, kept guard ove. gYmnaaiun may drive the cr at out of Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
1y Ot tiR epubliohn'a snce the birth of the surrounding country for the first business. hitting Fevers, and, by going to the set of the
:.ou lian t e.ity.h o light footprint of the savage red man; Agroup of Chicago club women are trouble, works permanent cure.
Stha.F Shylor, special agent these thriln times passed away, fittingip a laundry to give work at FIFTY CENTS 'PER BOTTLE.
S of Iegovernment, for tie hcatigan- ad then the giait forest bowed be- fair wagei-to women who have served -
: f..tte f the. ugar industry, who t neath our night and a wild and fright,- ,terha in prison For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesvill
d through neary all the North- ful.wildernis changed .into fields of Dott walk too far at first, when
~:i t e :tt i hroug nearly lli the Ndrrth- 'he Fair.... Sex
enai er lnd Wtetern States In th prose- coming verdure ad waving corn-L taking up outdoor exercise for the M.G P ice. dent
onof hi work, recently expred aw it all- d am proud to say tt I sake of your complexion. Stop ust JA. M. G AM, Presdent o. W. H VicePreden
relts of h ob t aw Florida asit was, and now be- sort of being tired.
est o bera as hold the fairF'orida or today. Dr. Helene Stocker is the editor and 'THE FI S NATIONAL ABAN K
S .'Probably no otherlubjet of inter- imi' also thankful that all my ef- Fraulein Carmen Toj the assistant
est to the rural population is receiving forts from early manhood have been editor of a' new paper for women,
More attention throughout the nation v directed toward the elevation of my Frauen Rundachau, published at Leip- OF G A-.I TEB S "I;XT L.E.
more atteithia throughout-the nation tate, anid my lammdmarkain old Ma- Germany.
that 4 1o Ii prA t.One rion and her beautiful May, Osalaw e THE ONLY Ci HARTERED BANK I.N ALACHUA CO.
telndofo yi nn mind her bemuartif fimcity, Ocahlw owill ol _
,Je le ifnjdamenal nleedaioe 1c ty i l so tet.ify. Amod fow, i Revolution Irrminent,
mansof communication,. The exper- t enit of miy manhood I r l A ure 'ign o approaching rvo Capital ......... .......... .... .50,000 00
ra dem nromus ratil on with af view tob '. oes
ime staon of the ountr ar ow a t that y rte worll ambi d ub in our t i urplus and Undividd Profits... 20,000 00
Sn ec I topo r metal wrk to to a boe governor of the Stnte I nervoutstLes sMleeplessneas or stomach
tt demonstration tri Bitters will quickly Does exa lusiely a banking bulioess, with facilities equal to any bank In lthe State Solcits
s l!imlatin th tblic indl po have o long lived for, worked for and p e tter wi quiy the accounts of Farmers, Merhants, corporations etc. Interest allowed
l latng th public an pro- fght ad bld for. dismmnber the troublesome causes by special arrangemept. All business transacted romptly.
n-i ootl" tie beot and oheuppit Rystems never fails to Lone the stomach, H. E. CaAYLOR s ahiar
t go ud tad-bhidieug wih local I sIall, if tlus huonuored, stand ih, relate the liver, and clarify the ETAYLOR, aher
SImaterl"l, 8tate Legislatures are en- for and Iy thd people land between blood. Hun down systems benetft par-
S acting better laws, and in some 1 sraes them and every power of ouppression, tiutlarly and all tihe usual attending
.: the ptl rinclpl of lStw aid in on i beaei whether trust, corporation or combine aches vanibi under its steairing ad
i:e tIhe prhiple of Stte said hSat ben cu tl through effetivemnss. electric Bit-
Sadopted.. The edirl g6vrn nt -endeavori with true statesman terss olly 50, and that is returned, if
has eslablihe, d atn Otloe of Public ship tl honor th crown placed upon it don't pive perfect satisfaction.
: toll aduiris i the par odf ne by ;a nobl people whose servant Guaranteedbyall d rtggists. rA
S grip sui. Literature a e r I hal fee exacted to bomo. Summer Tourist Rte Via Atlantic JOHN D. RINGHAM, Propr.,
pared inuld distributed frur the ed uca- Sntor Brown is thoroughly in :oast Line. Palatka, Fla.
tl of t he eopl ol ttill ot. oudidacy aipd will make a strong and popular routte t the principal summer in Lq S and er
ot l it in the amoucement of his Tick are o sale via the above F r
Offuotumlyferrgoo roads a'mecessity, p tr be (1 'h proe a Spe.iaety enpioab lad
'thi e mutllieu r of invention.' Whn i s pul trust na bn and nvible o1e etA are good returning until October Bottle Beer a Specialty. Mailorders will have prom
-IWh and atong the old x -Confederts fom 81sst, 1103, and liberal stop-over privi- attention shipment made day order is received. '
Sat o i r h eeityof d d both corae and are lowed. Write f prices. Goods boxed ift desired.
gOdroad Ag u l ubl a friendi w men have bteen more For Pulln reservations, rates ete., desire
tt a ld ubli 'Iportat factors tihe development se ticket Ftiget,. or write Fraeik .. .

.uy t Is o i t GaiOSYillO & Gulf Railway 0Coubpaho
S h every public o the resourins of the State or more mlon, oi rci wAont, 1 r W.
y I eica t t thoet of r strongly identified wsittr our past amid y street,:Jak ville, w eL cur.
lo8 te ro, ruttrm, fat lHest four present advaates onet and prosperity. Pot Over Sixty Years a
iae, Sand mus deliver fro Mr. Winalo*'s Soothing Syrup has TH E FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE:
Itw and a half to four tons of Catarrh Cannot be Cured been used by Ohildren while teething.
bet per l oad if hle is to aiom. \thll appthtt as the a It aootlhs the child. softens the gums, OF FLORIDA.
ip etlrthu hbest r eul ta io tthe isav saset rest lai ta s of cures wind eili, and Time Table in effect Jauary 4, 190 2.
h e s es b re ordirrhoa. Twn- slid weaving















t bi'o timo and expiens. Noigltborr Catarrl is a blood or constitutional ty-ive cent a bottle. Soldbyalldrug. -- '' ---.. -.-.... .......
1' talk over road iimprovernti and tihe distake e in t er to cure it you gistsa thro.youto the world. No. 6 o. 2. No No, 8
c: |dea U:bconesw ihrftious. *A publ e ut t tlake interhtl rein lesu. Hals l --- ..-- -- -.-. l ly No. 4. No. 2. No. 1, No,. 8
a etaLg is amnled .pubio road Are dia. Oatarrh Cure ip taken internally, and Pltintel aenda rowTOwr of 1Lon Ex Daily Daily. STATI()NB. d ily. Daly
-. whtoes ito k w f.r t.nitp lurfa Hall'e Cntarrh Cure is ota
S oued, amid am orgmixatiom is offefted acts directly on thm blood amid mucous














quack tmo dichrua It was oriresribed by Staple Sea is *and for woitn LA
whih goes tt i work for thioe Imhprnaon sUrfsaes.w t 0n l elevatirim Cur Staple Seaa Island Cottoa will Cfind M Pl
th; thf of theo roads. Among the intern lue o f t the best inhysicias in this coulm- v P L, P L A A.. PM A. PM
: tinetg features of nmy work of pro- try for ears and isa rular presIrip. 7 .. ...... ....ireld.......... ........... .... 60
S notsUig the progress of btmet-eugttr in- tiou. Itis ei dt.i> of the best toiles it to their interest to cowmmuni. .... ...... ......... ....... ....... 4 4
S dutry a ttldanombid with the best blood t8 0 ..a tmA..... .... ... u .... ld................. ...... 6
S tr. atdae t te local puritivrts acting directly on the i- ....... ............ ..doutde..... ......, ......
Smeetitnta, at whioh' roads and other -ae In surfavs. The merfect eombirm.ntima- cate with E CrA RR Au N 8 0 .... .. ... .. ........ Htck man rton.................. ......
S subject pertine t ti tme needs of tiono the tWo in rediets what ......... .....LkeBmotn...... ............


'thes beet-growing distriots are o -a iodo ess uch womcdertul results in 8 .... .. .. ............ Mi::npy ........: ............... '
. ldered. Peramaiue.t roatl-bulding i is uribig catarrh. Stmel. rur ttstiionitar B ARKL COMPAINY, Charles- 4 "; ........ i... T *
one of the most, iimportantt mattr F Csy r Toldo 8 O ..... ..O... tt. ............. ..
SommonSly disoused." $Sold by dru.gitls, price 7 "".... .. .. weli ........... .l..... .......
1Reports trom a.ill seotiions ndicnte ials Famiy ill are th, .w8 -... .Wt .... .... ......
e q e of road l ..... ... ... : .....R t:o::Point.. .. a..' 4%
ment lhe one of tthn mtot pullpular sub. tihe a''Jaeksouville Metropolis. (iceral tO '0 tO 10 ie 8 Lv 3 .......t..ll....... A 90 8 00
S. w 116 F e 6 .68-. .......... 7BeImy........ 945 840:
loct, of dise,.soami in sttmr' mlneetio Robert Bullook has anultoutlaced him-. R 12 007 C 17.1t)..... ......aCyrl ",i.. 8..8 8 40: 1)
g of a nds, d tate ad nation self as a candidate for the l)e.moeratie 20 7 18 17 ... .3...nrham. ...t 8 ...
atl ar b'eg generally w edrse nomination l fr gti vrnor a the pri. hol se and RetaL IS 4 7 e0Ar7 8 ... i .8mn t 8 o 80 I
The farmers are' sinnlg to see tha mary election i 194W. g ienoeranl u 10 u s D.E BU 20 A
th hve not hre u tgvd lthir share of lhork i one of the best krmown and most L EALER "900 i .s i ;W t , -....
att io from the nationmml gover highly esteemed man in Florida and f :4t P) ..... I? h ... 1 3
meit, 4nd to demand substantial fr- ha hotts of fried who will give him .r *ois, SArm) re 10 0 1S as ....v*a.dna eo a. F .. or i
ogi: : P ona the wa of Federal aid and loyal support, or a ..... a 4 1 P1 .. Man, 8. & P. 8 12 4.
" o-ope$oat'o i 'the niplrovm$ient of J ow- ,r ( . S se $4.20 .. 1 ". ......at, . .ll.... s P 1
.-*-' -.r-4'-y. "C tuatpad: 8owel. in t a ArS 1 A r 'x Lv, 1v PV..
i:iTo Iave good health, tihe boy l dhuld our t25 'ras * antd 4 wIll not rui between a
,he ppi o Supertenden be kept Ina laxative condlt; o *ad a IFt P. LI ., kr., Generan At per n-on
BOA6owa.y as 64 ember OhUe o6M.01- the.bowel.s nmsed at leasotIc a day. 1? I Atnt -fJA .. G U
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.:.of.w aI d i ....... $ 15 100 JA0)1 mr)o .... 5 8 r 05
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Notice is hereby given that the following described lands situated lying and
i, ting in the county of Alachua, State of Florida, will be sold at public auction
in. front of the court house door on Monday the 6th day of July, A. D,, 1)03,
: at :Ginesville, Fla., in county of Alachua, or so much tlereof as will be nec-
4.stary to pay the amount due for taxes and costs herein set opposite to thQ
eame, together with costs of sale and advertising.


DESCRIPTION


,wi4 of nw/. ................
So~/ of se/. ...... ........
Ne of ne .. ..... .......
1 V4 of sw'/4 and sw of se/ ...
neo of s'ot and sey/ of nei/, and
nw /4 of sel/ .. .. .. ..........
swA of se ... .... ...........
llWI of nel/ .. .. .... .... ......
w%/ of ne.. .... .. .. ........
w'1 of ne/4 and nel of nwl/.....
ni of se% and wya of nei/........
anw of sw% ...... ..........
E% of see/ and se/, of ne/.. ....
E',I of se' 4.. .. ... .. .. ......


: W;s of Biw...... .. ... ....... 10 8 14

Wy8, of se y/...... .......... 10 8 14
e; .a of sw%.... .. ........ .... 1 8 14
,'. % of w... ....................... B 14
E1 of 8s1.................. 12 8 14
84 of sw,%.... .. .. .. ...... 13 8 14
wY, of nwl/ and nwy' of sw,.. 13 8 14
:Nei/ of nw/ less 2 acres.. .. ... 14 8 14
Sl .of ne4 .. ............ 14 8 14
1VN% of Bmy1 and lots3, 4 and 5.- 17 8 14
NiWy4 of swlA .. ....... ......9. n1 8 14
Lot 3 .......... ........... 19 8 14
W./ of sel ..... .... ...... 20 8 14
EY of swlA and lots 1, 2 and 4... 20 8 14
Sell less 2 acres.. ....... ... 23 8 14
Wy, of ney, and sBy of nw% /and,
nel4 of swl/4....... ........ 2 8 14
Sel/ less that covered by the town
o Bell and less 161/ acres sold
and, l_-ss right of way ........ 25 8 14
Lota 1, 2 and 3 block I and lots
1 and 2 block 2, lots 1 and 2
block 7 and lots 1 and 3 block 8
and lot 3 block 0, lot 1 block 10
lot 3 block 12, lot 1 block 13, lot
3 block 14, lots 1 and 3 block 10
town of Bell.. .. .. ...... .. 25 8 14
Lot 4 block 1 town of Bell........ 25 8 14
Lots 3 and 4 block 2 town of Bell P5 8 14
All block 4 less lot 3.. ........ 2 8 14
Lot 4 block 5 town of Bell.... 25 8 14
All block 6, less lot 1 town of Bell 25 8 14
Lots 3 and 4 block 7 town of Bell 25 8 14
Lots 2 and 4 block 9 town of Boll 25 8 14
Lot 4 block 10 town of Bell...... 25 8 14
Block 11 less lota 1, 2 and 3 town
of Bell .. .... ............ 25 8 14
Lots 2 1an1 4 block 12 town of Bell 25 8 14
Lots 22:i !ail 4 block 13 town of. Bell 25 8 14
L.ot 2 lI,,c1k It town of Bell. .... 25 8 14
Lots 2 and 4 block 15 town of Bell 25 8 14
I.oti 2 n11(l 4 block 16 town of Bell 25B 8 14
w' of 1nwv'i "1dI w% of ose4 and
1et, of sw 14 and lot 1. .. .. 29 8 14
EVI of n"e, nti d lots 1, 4 and 5 .q 'Q 8 14
l 3 . ..... ... .... .... .. 32 8 14
W V';, f l'1, lnld i / of Inw/i alnd
hit I .. ..... .... ........ 32 8 14
1 8 14
S'". if i'.'. .................... 30 8 14
Sef/ of no1t anrlid neol/ of sel ... 2 9 14
NWi/ ... 4 9 14
J.ot .-.. .... .. .... 7 9 14
ot .................... 14
WV. of .. .. .. .. .... ..... 8 9 14
Neso of nw% .. .. .. .... 13 0 14
Cnnmuencing at nw corner of swI4 15 9 14
run a 80 rods, e 140 yards to aw
corner of lot, n 210 yards, ae S52
yarful., s 210. yards ana w 62'1/
Svyanrds. .. ......... ..... 15 9 14
Coimmncinri at sw corner of Mid-
way Mill Co., lot run n 101 yards
w 74 yards a 101 yards 74 yards 15 9 14
Commencing at oe corner of UM
way M1ills Co. lot run a 140 yards,
17 yards, w 140 yards, n 17,
arls a lto commencing l21/ 1yaB i
fronn nw corner of fMIdwly M 11
-Co,, lot, run w 36 7yrd a s 5
yards, e 35yardnl nd n-6 yardl 16 9 14
cr4li4ileniiig at ne comerne of Mid-
way Mill Co.'s lot, run a 35 ylrds
c 140 yards, then e 70 yards, sa
245 yalds w 70 yards and n 245
yard .-.. .. .. ....... ... ..... 1. 9 I14
Cromimencing 35 yv,rds n of no emtrer
(of Midway Mill Co,'. lot run n
3 yards, w 35 yrtld.h, t 70 yards
0 149 yards, a 1056 yard. and w
1065 yardl.................. 11 9 14
(o1ntneiinl y 5 yrdis of no corns
of Midway Mill 0o.'s lot nri a
22 feet,f e .'2S feet, fe, > 1 fet,
5st feet, also omtnBmetindtf 17%
yards a of a w nomar of Mtidwy
Jtll Co.'s lot n w 38 yards
3$ yardsl. 35 yards iadr a
yards."' * .* *
:l'Ai coewn'uedf a t us rso of
.MMwa5y M51 O., tot ta e 14' )
7 W[M Cx Wa t romi a 140
yaird, a a% yard*, r iwu140 y
tlrad s i 15 9 14

Ns ,of r.a w ,Ot 16 9 i1
L or.f aea Sd .etoft .a as a I
','.* % sql l .4 1 97 14
f4 of a.w ad uso5 of s 9 14

1 ,of 4 t dM.4 0 .. 14




-0. to- IS- 14


OC3
OWNER !E

Al


Unknown ... .
S J Sykes......
S J Sykes .....
J C B Thomas.

U nk nowni .
IV T Nelson ..
W T Shinhulder.
B W Kelley .,.
J C BIt Thoias..
Jno W Turner..
J F May ......
J F May......
J P Williams &
Co I **
Co .. .. ..
J P WN:illiaums &

H J Brock...
1Milton Ifodge
J A Hodder..
Jno Miller ..
W J Cannon....
W EI Holdge....
Milton Hodge
W E Hodge...
H 0 Cook.....
T J .'rant...
H Cook..
F Q Brown, Trst
II C Cook......
C A Blankenahip

11 E Henry ....


115 C A Gassett....





C A Gassett....
Unknown ..
Unknown......
Unknown.....
E D Lee......
Unknown....
Unknown .. ..
Unknown ....
Unknown.....-
Unknown. .....
Unknown ......
Unknown ....
Unknown......
Unknown.. ...
Unknown.......

300 H1 CCook.....
200 Unknown.....
00 F Q Brown, Tr'st
200 HTI CCook ....
80 J F Jones.. ....
80 H F Rolnbrts ...
160 F E William,..
89 J E Merrlority..
43 H C Cook,..
80 H C Cook. ..
40 0 8 Slaughter.,



B E K Roberts ...

i M Ro6bert...





J 3 Barrn 3 ..



J II Psiretth. ..



If B Barren', ..


RO "


,WW Iaeus..


Jtobl~~ If S rn....
CrB ytwsa~w.. -,

350 dpr~;

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SW.INY,' O/ 10 W,' A esJ s t t(cr In. sw
emrer, and ne of aw 4........
YNeI4 of nWfA,.., ; .....
LVt of nO:4, IS .' .. .. .. *
SW of m'A %.. .............
1 t .o tl %.. .. ...... ......
Nw'y of sf'. .*.. ......
SwVi of Bse .... ... .... ....
SwEJ of neYA and of r(i of sw
td swV4 of ne4.. ... .. .....
SwV4 of se.. .... ...

All block 35 ~r ..........
Lots 4 ud"* 11 lItoek 47 nBertra'n.
Lots 1, .2, 2, 3, 12. li ul 1 block (5
All block 66 BartMlMl .. .. .......
.Lot I Blartru.. ...........
Nw', of swV/t and s \I of n\\ wl
(Inn.1 SAvO t ot 0 ue .... ...... ..
S1, of nw and nI!.- of s\vwi4...

E'; of s ..... .. n .. .......
l % of n .1 less 0 .....
Sw1/ of nwi' nnd n), otf 8\\. and
n% of seR .. .. ..........
Sot4 of nwAt V andAt'", of tAw1 ...

81i, of aw% .. .. ... .* .
E1t/ of ne4m and n1Vi of so1,,A.....

SN/ of 0 ...................

ne4 of swVI% Rd e'., of Bl... ......
Sao4t of swV' and of nn' of snw'A
oSe .. ... .. .... .. .. ... ...
.S% of 1neI, ... ..... .....
NSw iiof nwl/4 and rw'l. of and/.....
El/s of swl/4 and w.1/t of B........
Nw4 of nw/O ,..................
EM/, of e'/...........................
N a of nw. 4 .. .... ...........
NYV of nw1/4, f. a ... ........
Swit of no, a.nd nwVl of se% an
w/, of SWwA of 5tA.........
Na ........ ................ ."
Eyo of sw ...................
Ne^4...... .. .............
WV, of sw% and *'/a of nwtA ......
Swat of ne0/A. .................


0
c

40
40
40
20

120
40
40
40
120
100
40
120
80

80

80
40
100
80
80
120
38
40
210
40
41
80
215
158

200


5 71 4 otf lot 4 1ob, tk 107 l th rin
Lot 0t look 4S aid lot4 4, a id
C blok l" lliu;h Sipr.t s. ......
1 lot t bl tk 3l 9 th ftprlngl
Lot book 1a1 1t h Sprn* ...
l t2 LOt 2 bktok 6 r 4 sta it .
81 / lot W s and bkwok 3 2
tF 'r*. + .. +. ... ....... .
Oamtmetltng iO. sW of uo eiorner
bloaik 4, r I, tif w alt fatfe tiw
S2l 0 l60 ft, i. mi r n l #:sl0 fet biats

to 0i a dl 4 ttlOk' I W4hetia e
add to Hitb sh .l,..,..
LOtU 1 d 2 1*l( ik a Wh teamB
lots ld, 2 n 3 s 1 WhitlheltlO4
I M to i o lto S .., .
LA t 41.ok .1 'li:to.r t*
eet 10k 10 5'tt
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8
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8
8
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8
8
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8

8
8 8
8

8
18

1 8
1 0


8 19
4 0
( 0

(t 0
0 10
0 10
9 110

0 10
0) 10
2 10

a 11
14 7
23 7


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3 120
S 80
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100

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UJ t Y liy.. l
J aH yaroloth I
j,.o MeGowan .. 3
Upnkuown .. .. i
': Orol tram.... 1
TJ l4 wo.......
H 8 Rutledge... 1

B P Smith.... 4
I J Colaon..... 1
L J (uihnartUin .
A AMonistier....
J F Meredith. ,.
C D Ritchie. .
Miss K ll
E MorrisA.. ...
J B (lark.. ... 2
W N Can1p ....
Wim llnya..
Wlu Bliaya...
W L t. Cai p ...

Win Bayn.. ...
\VH1 BtVat..y .

A Blradshaw ...
(0 l c Watson, ..

R1 L Polk ... ..
T J llendrieks
AtN L. g et)'o .
Geo Davis ....
A P StOckoy ,
SWin Illyvil ...
W II ICnmp....
I Jack .Jone it C Carter....
D M I, MComlb ..
0 T L Brown ...
) J C Knight.. .
a J 0 13B Thouim
0 Atlantio Lumber
Company ....
0 W N Camp .. .
0 W II Camp ..
D .Unknowt .... .
0 Unknown.. ....
0 1 J Fowler...
\ N (Camp
10 Dutton '1Pho Co
t0, F E V Wllumns,..
18 A 1 hddlion ...
10 Jano Johnson

21 1 V Kiaghten.
4) Jano Weeks ..
0 J. 8 Balloy ...
O0 Co (lon' Pho4 Fla


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1 63
2 53
5 05
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2 N 3
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5 25
3 a2
2 1
2 53
2 18
4 21
3 91
4 78
4 8
50 ti
4 721
4 78
2 (10
5 310
2 43
9 581

3 18
2 18
2 18
4 51

2 18
10 P4.
3 91

7 (18

11.04
1 83
1 32
1 ;12


J D Itolgor.. 1 4 78
Co ton-1 ibous Fli 4 78

o Gloi l'lPos F'ln. 5 05
Co( t11t Pholos lt'lt 2 13
U C Poarce .. 2 18
(U C l'ttlrcr .. . 1 32


34 7 17 A 11 Smith ..


It A Lnmbl ....
Anlrderson a fd
Newbheriy . .
J Undorwood ...
Mrs M1 ( Webb..
J W ,'hlhb .d...


2 08




4 00

1 07

4 b5


8 17 Jano Henry.. ...2 17
W 11 lratt ... l 2 7.


J E Morgan..

Unknown ...
Unknown ....
J W Chlld .
- W a....
Heirs W (Jack:-
ion .. ... ...


Mrs Itufl Clayton
Uoaknown .. .,
5mmas tayford .
M A Parrish ..


11 A ThrMashr o
Unknown ...


Unknown .

Jogo Willilms.,




It A Tiwf ,,e
Unknown ,, ,


S W r s'Ittot ...


2 27


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lutd ite !lty Ma (;. ~ v I iid'1 k is oe"';'I
and wo Ott avo 1waangYe


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you'll et, v- t> yo.~og but o!l J" I
pi)i)l tU'.i ft u. it r .e"l'patS 1


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Istl~;\-!:i


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i,,uvr },:',w old, and some. it:_ :
oalu,. l\;; i'.lv In the lutKVldlIy-i

.r ai p'r.;'>,' V 4. ,'t to b 6Ulc ) 1 i
I v.',1' v\ r'r.'.. 1,,., to luith!ble OVe
t-'r i;! .-, *-* .' t *' :".:., st pro i'.


tl lt l \ : ; l i rtht
rl i ior I1li1 1 b4 4;;," t.'. 4 1vt :. o4 th ,
11io1wy' 1 i ii11, v I l i,. LA to


prized. 4 5;
1A 4 t foa of 4 mtgii iC ', !4( ,+; t f.'0I;. M
in ke ie }, lift sw\v 't to ti ctii, ;
Kgrooi 44lid Jolly oitr 4'', I ,1ioiy .li .
a g u y y o u ti ,' i
sA S4H14. of huUior i 'i 1t. cull.Viite(tti


1 32
1 32
3 22
5 18
1 W8
2 18
2 70
3 91
4 43
.1 32
3 01

3 00

2 83
2 18
1 40
5 80

3 05
3 91
1 49

5 30
1 49
1 49
2 18
5 615

5 96


10
10

106
10
16
10
141
17
17


W', of nw / and ncv of nw ....
w% of no.. .... .......
S l of int an ll i ,f so% i ,
8/j of s nd of msea and
ne/4 of ne' /4... .. ..
Neo4 of nes/ ... .. .. ,
V8' of ne0a and se'/A of nwA 4.....
NI/, of .e%... ......... ......
Commencing at ne corner of nW/
of PW, i un w 70 yards, B 140
yolr's, o 70 yards ndl in 140 yards
8% of seL........... .. *
Wl/4 of iwl/ .. ...............
Wy% of Sw'/4 ind Hwi/t of nw'I/...
Sw/A of nw4v antid wv/M of Iswt/ and
se%/ of sw%.. ........
Wy/ of ne1/t andL noe/ of neo1 ..
SY of 5e/t anti el, of s4a/; andll
RWI4 ()to.. .....
aw'4 otf .nW% ............ .'...
All legs n I/4i ol /f i/4 .. .... .. ....
E /11 of o01/ ... ... ... ......
NeIe of ne .
Coti!nlpncaig at iiw corner of Jlokes
lot run n 21to fee e 210 fiet a
210 feet and w 210 etB ......
Commlencingl 100) foect Ut of .s corner
of Llock ,8, rlunno e 10 feet, a 100
feet, w 100 feet, ad 100 feet, snlb-
division of \VNlitatoone Eft part
section .. ... .......

NeY/ of nw1, ..........
10 acres In nw .,rner of nw4 ..
LoAt b block :a2 ill uwy/* of lwy ,t. .
NW%, of w . . ...
(a0nmrtiltr1 in t iow coriler of Henry
FdwaIrts t in 11/4O of 1nw, rutn
n 110 feet, p it degrees a 100 feet
110 feet,n IAI dl ticsr, w 100 feet'
Lot 4 MbltkI 1 I li gh pringo.. ....
Cotmmenoaiu g t (iw M rWi. t ol lot I
block 5, r it 2006 feet v 100 fe4t
a 200 feet, w 100 f( nt Filrmont
Lote 1, 8, 3 1and 4 block 10 Fir-.
1nit ., . ... ... .
BtMek 17 except lots I and 3 Fair-
mout ...
IBlook 62, 63, 711 id 7t46 Higr Sprgs
lot 2 block .14s High ......
Lot block 117 ll Ih bprilig., ,,


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9 08


5 18
80
104
l 02
1 14
02
1 14
80
102
00
1 14
80
1 02
8)


7 08
4 56
1 14
G5 Pa
3 05
3 22
a (15
2 J13
I 491
2 53
1 82



2 00

1 22


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120
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80
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studl it should bi ( UIs s1M dt thluy urs f-r,1
b i evn\n rr 1414441444'' ( 04c 44.4' .I .' "i Le
bl ranl ., t kI lilintns or iny of 11w it dlialu vlrtit.s,
W'ii theo sliplidg 1NwVly of vw'',lt d6.;
spLtlr ,nw s4ort ltse lf ly whln i t It.t I
thought joy ilnd1 tllttli lmust llee aul.so,
Are we s urn that youth. 1 so b 4'O5l1'
tlvelyy Uappy O t I Ltplipos)0lOl to lbeiteli:
there not aI roet I'snhll ess u1 nwtrtalHi0
ty, In theo lstepl ot' y, ouig girl th<
Ctuiel4ts ilnxoity to be minulod with t'VO
ery move? Sho Ie full of the!orles, iIlt
Imbutied with ldtols, but how to obtla
the ldeslleotd oultdsa in a t otole qiutelt
Sheo nolt inevvr lo ills ecvurely haply "i
In those itllrrled womnl, or,or 1io',utta1 '
whoie hn, it4 It wVltre, tfoud tilBhe
viuroly ainld kinwsi how to got wbtal
Wilnuto, or, at l<%it, know wIlat
Waits to get. Tlvoro- a reltleilss ?
Ilkt forwatir for plrleu!olroa etai: d
unhll!py klling of tlwoe lbeort0,g
puronilsid joy nrrlilveo II tlo. ythi'i
nil wlho hvol ivop ed It (as pIt t ca i II
4i u<11OtIil ll441' : '
(lrlW it reo 4 lnbulwd by thiae tlttl'

Iets, willth the ildei thlit all. jo ~Mai
wll yonitli, thntt they tiivtol felt041l
conminrtirt-rtloi fot r tlihosi wthob:.bAOli d,
fni well t tto his ophln.eiral lpeVIloA0l ';,
ti dio thliy rI'tOllIy how theo tudy ot 11
lilfe. iho vtiitit't pow.t4 r to Aftltl, to slt~,
to In!'e, to livo, to njoIty, ll thw prlistq
less iftt of tvelry Atddo yeap. '
'lVih4.o e 114M ol5tthllii pitIful In wahth '"
Ing tho rrivvouias Krip fit Joy *iI v#Outthb.
We 'o c, c61nttalltly y lypttiJf. glit lltnatly''::i
(frA li to Ioouts their holtrt n e0a ditl
or o)le pleasure, to flltll no i ~t 01i s-
pel duty.
'The'l'r I it not tuntlmillitr story of ra ,
young (girl in 1 a lilt'oIlroot wtlho Itws top*;
pIlt tIMan aib wnllid a tlboatt te. floor on 1
Il n Il 'Ir i o lf o of ther p"1iRtilrsI ll y ati ,
ollI fillnly frieild, who hitqured4, with -
11nteo et. for her throthlri. '
A* 'y dear, I'1 IIl' i i; Iw, you"' bil!
rfpcd vtc!l. "lIow,'i l!O(! ryxi( othl'epy +' '.
No rfsply.I She Otlya''04 cito Ute aoto
Ia lv wl.%;te. .t1u lew ti;1i'n was Ilaste*ktw
IIng tby when thoio l4 i:.tgentl 1iil, leegiM
lher .stitr lost, er i;'eort aelothld slip 'V*,
uaway, Tlald hil, halid :O the youa1 'g


twilla ll thi eo wtfckilly. tH ows
Your ootheRt'I'
iOUr-Mlithl. \; .: ; .. .. .", ...'..-.
1to wast ,t 'ai ry 0e eol ldI 01gentl
mwta, perhlnpp, bist th at lie got llt ll
hiri of oI .tto ot of lif-e no.ne di-tlI:

doubt, ei( dt y the i 'ttWit o 0,tlimude.yo
Ark. 0olsng, fill t ot to r r u P40 0, e .,"

o:t yY1th. ibt l.o to tom .r"artly day
for all t share of Joy- ;
Sl Wii n t "o"up,- of yYouingt tu0m0
rTwML Wnim ,5014 4Mne n*,llir (t tthrty, otb:
0(i.l wlo i $4ltt ovrrtisppod this cirIt.
loal dt. T,:l y wor tpressit .ip
p'aoph got iegug their UiOttlnvess ;;

I bA.vf 'tss .asoon e pains to hunt lup
.IitUittiw tsbout tie aittrctlon a nd S*
oi(tftthnbti ottt of women who were
pIati thd iag which I (owi# nd i" 0tto1
their it' In'l t .t1(t 4r.. t lsr t t .tl wi tei- *twens ttwrti ..::u7"
ad forty (or their aihrvllaws. li .tilts-.i.
wowa n whl' 4r lne to 1bl* -thooghts :
si ha*i! eIttlste itt.,lf to t. 11t4tltl
Of 4oi.tWi5i4 thbn who tomnmu ;
friends -oi. lovers who arg w.*tht
'W *ti3ej. ' +*^ i
-ide of Tri y waO e or forty wthe,:"
she 'ffptit1a4 tiMe IMeltO fftamOts st*$op**
inset 0o .~t ,ffd,, a ld a tand he s st of '4
Ss : ltled twe*tl(y y0.ears e no cOn .
h.wi- bri lvery Juvenlwe wia O to I
(tliWta0 sf a'nrit 'restorA-4 lr. to 'b'.
-1 lu*bi), who- It 15tN* AIl4l V etAAfTtl-.0 .i
With. for.~ and grntNttd4 -
cKl epsitra was pist tlsity when Aii
b.toy fret lder ber Lih l. inl tet fa
saattlaon for hae bad note ileesa* I
wheonp iob 44 tro year laIsi.
Slrtl.e wedded-peIai, at the.

$ thihtybsts9 ii she wte
ppe IIeeins oS meR fo


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i; e cornerr .of Tob
,i;: run w 8;5 fet n no
S ? feet o beging... 8W
Of .o0roir a 'ob


S .,,, .. ;,^ ';... ,.;.. ;. 6
o ,4 =dl l4 i,,o, *.. ... O
010


i 28,.',: 8
.. ,' ,,^ .+,. ,. 10


f0 aJ ., ............ 30
.I, ............. .. 36





Ss t-7 o. block .13, tnd It
1 18 l1o4 lot 1 and block
t / ..... .... .. ...... 6
of neof of a e%. .... .. 8
Sse ... ..... ... ..- .... .




% e lot ( sand block 27 less lot

< 8, <,0 and 10 block 31 New

'of w% and sw1 of sw '....
of ep and s/ of ne' .. ...


:4 ontw .nw4 .. ....*. ..**
3 4, and 5 of pe4 .. .. ..

S'o l asa a 1-3 of ne/ of se
van i/o hw1/ of 1 .. ....
w .of e .. .. .. .. ......
and aseb of Se .... ..
ne ..... ... .. ...
Sof e- for 1901 ... .........
S,;.. .. .....* ****

a d4 of w. 1,4o.........
W ^ '( t *KW% .. .. .- ** **'**
Of neo and ne of nw *

0'T o e nou4 and aei% of nel)W ..
w .. .. ... .. .. .
W of lie4 and s4e% of ne .
of ,Q14 and sa/4 of nea for
-,.-1 . .. . .. .....
of: .ee4.... ... .. ... ...
Sf pw,'4 and el/ of nw%4....
DA mo u. In Atskinson grant as de-
....: in de0d book 39$ p 506....
^ o( .:; ... .. . ..... * .
Of #,41. ...... ..... ..
A nd n e of nw.. .. ......
WV4 of .% ......... ......
VA of ne t4 and w1/ of sw% of
inwY and wi, of nwy, of sw4i
' w of .. ........ .***
V t% wt and wy/ of neo4 ....
Sof neo4 and 0e% of se%4 ...
i .. .. ....,.. .. ,.
*, of neixa and ne4 of nuw .
S. . ... .. ..
of ne% of sw44 and s% of nwy4
of n...........
no/, .. ...
of nw% ..... .....
loe in vsw corner of n'/ of not/
iof iw .............
'of o ot nw .. ... ... ...
and a st' of lot 1 block 2 of ny'/
S5t, ,Atclhua.. ... ....
and soae of lot 1 block of nV/
lot 5 Ahlachua for 1001 .....
$:, !ti f he1 of nk ........
rttjng 40 c(hiins aw of nw cor-
; y of (.Irv'iu grant and riun Ae
6t1 cliains \v 0I) chain, nw 100
atas ani "I (10 chains .....
oI ney ..... ... ..
of: lot 1 and 2 ............
off e104 and 1 nw1 % bt so14 and
oif swy4 of nc4 .. ....
f aw' ......... .... .
f aw iand n1/ of 0e% ....
tif Ws 44 or ny'/ of lot 3......
86 'soy'.t 3

SaIW1' loss 10 acrcs in se cor-
...... ... .....


| of the Hale l i to ..
of noe.. .......
o:f ne1 ./ .. .. .....
61 soeI of no/ and wy1 of
lof 8e24 and e j ofl aw4 of

^ sriEw^^ > .
wof . . .. .. .. .. .
:Mi .; . . . ... . . .
'Ib o yf of w,... .....
L of aiw of sw%4/ and n'/u of

no 0f / .. ... .
-iPaof or no ... . ......
I of iw4 and Ata of swi, ...
t ubdivision 'Tapp. .C t ...
a d nota of n. . .... ....
soa',d 0 .. a. ........
^ .4of ne'A of ne% ,.. .......
1of nw% of nwt,, of nwv~ and,

St o rat n .........
1% of k414 of as),% aud ae'4, of sa0
t f w .. .. ... ..
% of a fract in at t . . . .
lt 8O fraout .aft.. .. ..
R and 00 Pmer ......
aofsw ... .. ........
*li( t a y . . . .. .. . .
of s44 of uw44 'an *..sw of
.s%. fnw .........


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8 17


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so
100
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100
20
40
80
40
100
70
160
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40
80
20
100


10
10
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10
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Alex Stevens ...


Alex Stevens ...
A R Jones...
T J MeKinney .
Alex Bradshaw..
L C Gracy...
Lewis Edwards
Unknown .. ....
M M'Caslin ....
AM P'h;ilips
Exclr PIos Co
F B Wi:iama ..
Unk-'iow.i .. ....
W N X nmp..
Daity ('roeby ,.
Vi'f;toria Florida
Phosphate Co


80
120
160
40

30
10

112
40
120
100
40
40
80
20
40
80
80
80
80
80

80
40
120

100
240
80
40
8Q
40


200
20
420
100
80
1560

40
40
40

2
40
10


4 12 !Sel


4 12


W J Knight .... 6 35

L P Nipper .... 10 W8
J I arnes .. 3 52
J J M lodge... 3 72
Victoria I' 1
Phosphate to 19 J-
V4ctoria Florida
Phosphate Co 8 94
W J Knight.... 2 53
D L itnight .. 1 27
W W Spires... 0 89
Unknown ..... 3 62
Harry McLeod .. 3 91
Mrs L Curtis .. 14
L A Brown .... 1 32
L A Brown .. .. 132
A Wilson...... 3 56
F E Williamn .. 1 32
Unknown, .... 2 18
Co Genl Phos Fla 2 53
U L Brooks..... 3 22
Fla Corn Co..... 2 53
C L Brooks .... 3 22
Fla Corn Co..... 2 53
Fla Con Co... 2 83
Unknown ..... 2 48
Unknown .. ... 3 05

J R Lites .... 5. 08
T WV Clark.. .. 7 38
Unknown .. 3 91
'T W Clark ...... 1 65
V 11 Ella.. .... 2 01
Jack Elliott .... 1 32


J A Williams ..
D Y Danzy ...
Atlantic L Co
W I Polk ..
Wm Canto
k G Spencer ..

J II Cathcart
Unknown .. .
T J Rivers .

1 Bl ke .. ....
W T McL Cain King ..

M F Simmos ..


M F Simimons ..
5 W T 'lcLendon.


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18
18
18
18
18

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18

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18.
18

18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
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17 I1 '18
17 11 18


of nwS4 of sA a*nd'
o of iw% of aa" atd
44nof maa aMa U14 of
rIi^ :6t a*1 sad -04.

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80
80

100
80
120
40
80
8
70

70
80
40
120
40
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40
40

40
40
40
30

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30
30
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40
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Heir- Saru. Peck.
R Tlhomas .
J M Canty
L 0 Gracy ....
Thoa B1ethla, Jr.
Mrs G A Shirley
j h %ugnto.. ..
J It Stanley ...
1) Tho-mas ...
D L Thomas ...
J S Fugate ...
J B Fugate. ..

Unknow.n..
J 0 Watson ,..
Uakiown .....
\i.n Wiley..

J W Meekins
Daisy Crosaby..
Gibbs Cnameron..
Ellaworth T Ct..
M WoLeh ......

j P hillips ...
Unknown.
Unknown.. .. .
TI' Trapp Jr..
Rieihd lughes
11 Boring ...
Unknown ......
N Wood ......
It Spann. . . .

Richartn Spanu. .
Iliramn Wrighi --
Unknown .... .
Mr 0 S GoQ s .+
C D ltBroks..
J S Allen. .
S W Boyntoi .n
W P ipSy ....
Flitts & Lo Oum,


30 C F BItaknight .
10 Hoirs- W 0C rd.
e.i. . ..


3 65
1 18
4 78
1 10(
2 18

2 48
1 72
0 40
80
2 53
4 78
1 32
2 48
3 01
3 91
1 90
3 P6
3 05
3 91
2 18
1 32
2 00
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1 78
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Iand n 2166 4-5 feet to beginning.. 27
Lot bounded w by Mary Way, n by
J V Way and a by street ...... 27
Coimnence at sw corner of asw4 of
nw% ... .... . *
run w 130 yards to initial point
and n 70 yards w 70 yards a 70
yards and e 70 yards ......... 27
Commennce 52 yards a of no corner
of set/ of swy4 and run s 210
Yards, w 100 yards n 219 yards e
100 yards kIs 1 acre on n side..
Nw% of neo/ and seo4 of nwi
and se/ .. ...... .... 29
S/, of nwi/ and awt,4 of ne% and
w/% of S1/4 and ne% of Rsw% ... 80
Swi4 of neol and ni/g of seo........ 31
1E/0 of nw/% .. .............. 8
NI' of noe/ less ny/ of nwA4 of
nol/,, a-nd sl/ of nwV ...... 33-
NI/2 of nw/& of ne4 ............33
Lot 0 and w% of block 1 La Crosse 34
Lets 3 n.d 4 La Crosse.......... 34'
All of lot n less that deeded to
Joel M'Nilpinrs and lot 19 less 50
feet wide on s side to Cookaey
La CroR e.. ... ... ...
IC of ne/ and sw/ of noeand
el of nw/ ... ... ... ... 3
W'/i of noV/! of nw, .........
8t/ of lot 4. ..................
Jn c of w / . ...... .. . 7
NeV, of ae,4 and se% of se% of
neo% and s/y of sw14 of ne't .. 8
SwVt of nea of sw% .. 10
S .. .. 13
Nw'/ of nwi ................ 15
2 acres in nTw ,iuier of nwl/, of
nwi/v............. ......... 1
Sw'/ of nw%, and w% of se/t of
na' i nand no'/ of nwl/, of s1e/4.. 17
Nw'vi of nw', ...... ..... ...... 17
il.ots 9"5 nd 20 subdivision of L L
D lll E t ... ... .. . .. . .. ..
Commencing at aw corner .. ..... 27
run e 71/. chains. n 8 chains, e 2/,
chains, n 2 chains, e 5 chains, s 10
Schalins, w 7 chains .......... ... 27
N yI, of lot I of nwIV of nw/4 ..... 28
,Lot 2 of nw 14 of nw' ......... 28
i ots 2 and 4 block 13 s of r r.. ... 28
1.1. of block 17 lingue .. ... .....
IhloPks '25 and 360 Iague ..........
Commencing at intersection of a
line of sec 20 with a line of Fer-
narndez grant, run a 89 degree, w
435 feet, a 5% degree, w 905 feet
Ra d1 4'troeva. w 758 feet, sa'1
dlegicc., w 230 feet, .07 degrees
P 5050 feet to sw corner of a-
gues land and n 2125 feet and n
(i0 agreess, w 3528 feet to begin-
in ... . . 8-0
All fractional in grant .... ....... 4
All .... ..... ... .... ....... 7
(Cominencina at corner .... ..23
run n 2O(41 yards, w 920 ards,
i a* ?- nisna nd 20 yar .... 23
All le that sold .. .. ... ....... 4
Ne, ...... ................... .
i ,t 1 ... 27
I'ot 4- Rutldlge., .... ..... . 28
..11 . . ... . . . . . . . .
Coininencing at so corner of M A
SWVlietstones lot run n 1980 feet, *
(30 feet, a 1980 feet, W 330 f*t.. 1 I
S\V of wt of nw% 4... 14
Conmtencing at se corner ...... 8 1(
run n 6 chain,, w IR chains, a 6
chains and e 18 cluiun,.. .. .... 1
2 acres in se corner of lot 4.. ..... I 1
Commnencing heree t line of Gary
gr! nt interests lihe dividing.... 13
14 1(


run se along n side of grant 00
Feet, n 78i feet to railroad and
no along railroad tr, where rail-
I road cross line dividtig ..

Then along section u'line 923 feet
to egitniing ... ..
ti a 1t, ss a dtvI i1 t in ded book
I 48 page 6 ... ..... ....
43 acres As dTrdib,,e in de*4 book
I 37 pago 410........... ...

Sun enaeing -15 ain a of. nw
ru 1270 2 chain
w l.70, lbains, and a .7 chais
SStisebr lot and ran a < 8 -
"-0 ua to., coroner< : aa OR l i w
: 6ift M .t~L .Zf


7 19


125 Atlantic L co .
J H Pitt .....



1 C Nichols......


1

240

240
120
80

100
20


200
20
40
40

70
10
160
40

2

70
40


G W Clyatt ....

Atlantic L Co...

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

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


Unknown

J C Getzen ...
F Gilbert .
S W Burnett ...
H B Burnett ...

Mary McCray
Hiram Hunter
B Wigi.u ..
R A Lancaster .

Rainey Harris ..

W F Malphrus
B B MhCray.
J L Cloud.


S tBets Randal
S 5 W Stanley
10 C E Sprit ..
S Hasten &Dillnan
'T O Kellum.........
A Hague Jr ....


18-19
9 19
9 10
0 10

9 19
9 19
9 19
9 19
0 19
9 19


0 19
0 19

S.19


L1 58
1 57



2 47


5 05

689
6 89
3 53
2 50


1


1
2


88
80
98
80
32
18


I ( '


250 J H Stanley .... 10 94
260 W P'Vaneas.. 6 50
633 W P Van Ness.. 35 10


12
160
10

040


J Campbell ..
W P Van N A..
J C Greeley ..
Unknown . ..
l Clar .. .
A M Rood ......


15 M M D Cox ...
40 A B Saullaberry

10 Kelley Thomas .
2 C Simmouns...


10 19 9% H lDuttou & Co
13 10 19 W K BarUeson..

15 10 19 45 J Geritln .. ..
19 10 19 0S Mrs R Putam .


20 10 19
2) 10 19

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3 .V Wllia

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1 2
16 04
7 88
I 14
98
19 60

243
1 83

2 78
1 32


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3 88


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EmUermon the American.
In Emerson us an American, as a pa-
triot, we of the new world have an in-
heritance peculiarly our own which
will grow richer with the spending, for
the spending of such an inheritance
means that we ourselves be spent for
the republic. Fur as we may go be-
yond our present failures, beyond
what Morley calls this our corrupt p)e-
riod, far as we may go on the line (:
our nobler national accomplishments
(and amid all our discouragements we
nmust not forget these nobler accou4-
plisuentits), far us we may travel up
the pathway of our true ideals, still
before us and ever higher on that
pathway will be seen the beckoning
figure, will be heard the urging and
Inspiring voice, of Emerson.-Centuryi


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UNPROFITABLE


SItell- nt stock rals.ers. know
,that a certafta iu ti iitfoft fed is
,Ue'tsary to keep an animal
'1jve. ri'hey might feed that
aitii'ut aas long. as It lives, and it
Swontll'ner trgain a pound.
'There is no proft in that kind
i Of fetltitg. The kind that pays
is the kind that builds Besh rap-
Sdly. If It-takes twenty pounds
t food etiah day to keep a sheep
alive, twenty-tive pounds a day
will make it gain flesh. It's the
extra tive that brings the .profit.
The Itrst five pounds amounts jo
uotihing, nor does the second or
third or fourth five pounds.
i t'. the isme way wrtbh 4d-
vertIRlMl ou have to do a
e reem amonsrl to overCaom
) the ur(ldltasce ot the pablie.
You have to do a certain
amount of advertlaing to make
them wal;e up to the frnt that
you arte u basilneas at all You
have torpa a cert-tain amount to
keep your addv<,rttlalig alive.
What you pay above that
artu.3aut biring~r profit.
S&iue adverti*ras fail because
tHey do not usm enough space.
They uis biarvtly enough or some-%
times aot qutle enough to make
tbh :adUtloti$ig i; lslf austtidtnn.g
A tittle Iit more would make It
prontabl,. it lai better to iadvet
..ti : U :t.. taie .1( ) _a '. ao -:
q".iurt. tWno -Cl(ai;rf Astin
Ratem^ *. .':


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GAINESVILLE FLORIDA JUNE 211, 1903

V4 of se1, in grant... ........ 22 11 18 40 Heirs W C Jack- of bhr day il h rancee captivated the
on ........' ..2 50 love of Jhe Abbe de Berliasat the age
of seventy-three.
nmencing at so cor of pe% .,.. 22 11 18 onna ot Austria e hirt-eg
-in- i 094 94 feet ev f27-feet s Anna of Austria Wa thillrty-eight
94% feet and e 027 feet .... 22 11 18 10 Gilbert Davis .. 2 27 when Buckinghat and URchelieu were
of neYA .. .... .. .. 8 i 18 80 J T Fleming .... 4 54 her devoted and Jeatlui qn mirers.
of eaS/ .... ... ..... ... 8. 11 18 80 Bauknight & Pe- There are women ready to die of
Slot ......... o 80 senile debility t forty and women who
e1o of so and ny of sw1/ and 4 first begin to taste the full perfection
e of nwe 4 ......... ... .. 28 11 18 160 W L Clar k T F .. .01 of woauhood's development at that
, of ney4... ... .. .... 29 11 s18 80 W L Coke .... 7 e
3.111 18 840 EDReece77......78 age.
4* of. ... ... ... ...*** 2 11 18 40 C C Kingsley .2 2 I1 It may be noted in passing that old
4rea in sW orner of se. .of sw1 34 11 18 45 W N Camp . 80 tge must be full of mortification if the
res 1 and 6wal co mmenci s 1 1 5 W ghosts of wickedly spent time haunt
corner .d 6 al commencing 34 11 18 the mlnd.-Susan W. Ball in Terre
un n 40 chains, w 20 chains s aute Gazette.
0 chains andt e 209 chains ... 34 11 18 176 Bolder Phos Co.. 8 30 tter
% and nw1/4 of sei .. .. .... 35 11 18 208 Bolder Phos Co. 21 24 C urin g aa otter Skin.s
/ and sa/ of nw and nw of A full grown s'ea otter is from for' to
w% s of .river.. .... ..... f 33 6 19 275 Atlantic L Co .. 6 80 fi. feet long and perhaps a foot or
s of nw an4 ey/, of sw 6 of m Iore wide. WVhen a hunter secures one
ive. .. .. ............ 7 19 30 Atlantic L Co .. 1 4 leo loosens the hide from the nose andt
4 of ne and ei/a of neo w of l:eud, and. without cutting il length-
iver ... .... .............. 4 7 10 100 Atlantic L Co... 3 00 wvise at all, he pulls the skin down over
of ne ..... ... ....... 5 7 19 80 Atlantic L Co .. 2 63 th' body, the hide being so elastic tint
4 of sw% ............ .... 6 7 19 40 J W Kennedy .. 1 3 tlis not a diftclet job. It is tleii
/4 ... ........ ... ... .... 7 7 19 100 Atlantic L Co... 3 trtched over a sooth board s
of sw'/, and nwi of sivi. .. 8 7 19 120 Atlantic L Co... 3 22 stretched over a smooth board six in ,|
of aw'% and nwe1/ of swti... 8 d 10 A c L a half feet long, nine inches wide at

/q of s w of river ....... 10 7 19 80 Atlantic L Co... 2 48 one end and ten at the other end. Each
14 of se ....... ...... 13 -7 19 40 A J Gill .... .. 2 18 end of this board is tapered to a point.
of sw ...... .. 13 7 19 80 Atlantic L Co .. 2 18 Anothor board exactly the same size is
o of se/ and inw'/ and nc/ of then inserted, and the skin Is stretched
e'/ a of river................ 14 7 19 110 Atlantic L Co .. 2 88 a foot or eighteen inches longer than its
4 of seq...... ............ 15 7 19 40 Unknown ..... 1 48 original length.
/4 of ne % and ne/ of nw% A third board half the length of the
nd wi/ of nw%4 and nw4 of other is wgeged in and the skin lightly
w% and Bse4 of swv rand w tackd it th cuds tohold It in place.
)f se4 and sw Y of an %........ 10 7 19 400 Atlantic L Co ..10 01 tacked at the ends to hod it in place.
of nw% of nw .............. 20 7 19 20 Mrs G A Pope .. 80 If ieh res to te in it
014 of na and nel/& of nw .. 2 7 19 80 Atlantic L Co 2 18 then cut off. and the hide is cured and
/4 of se ........ .... .. 24 7 19 40 H Landers..... 3 05 dried in this condition. In a few dry.v
4 of swi also commencing at it is taken off the boards and turned
o0 corner of w/a of sw4 run e fur side out, when it is ready for mar-
122 feet, a 2166 4-5 feet w 822 i ket.


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il ,i^ .. ... ... ......
tn et% of ,se.. ........
of no f. e, .... .. ...
o:awof. %.. ... ... ...
o. 3 tlXl + of of@ .. .. ....
of sw^4f' nwi4 ...........
ofnwW of ne .... ........
:,of lot Sevenola place .......
23 leps 15 acres on n side, and
acres on s side Seveaola place..
Icres as described in deed hook
page 170 .. ... ... ....
ecinelg on w line of D i
ihlx grant 6.40 chains in south-
,]y direction and an angle of 9I
grees nw of said grant and run
3a angle of 90 degrees e 3.52
hbtos and 90 degrees northerly t5
take and 00 degrees w 3.-5,
hains, then at a similar angle
outherly to beginning ........
t.rthincig 0 chains n And 53 de-
pees w of ne corner of Nappier
rant and run n 5 % degrees w 6
gains, s 84 'A degrees, w 10)
hains to w line of Bivins Arm.
lben along dwaters edge of Bivens
tam and Paynes Prairie in south-
irly and westerly direction, then
fmtherly to a stake on water
iOB and n 841/j e 141/ chains to
grinning. Also cinmmence 4%/
chains and 5% degrees w of ne
Irner of Nappier grant. Run a
w0/* w 12.80 chnians to watedi
Ige and n westerly 4% chains
81% degrees, e 4t/, chains, s 53/4
agrees, e 4% chains to beginning
happierr grant ....... .....

,4 of nw% .. . . . . . . .
of n% of nw% ... ... .....
o. 0f se% and n/,a of swl, and
/1 of sw%/, s of river ........
I 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 a of river
;of pre and ney, of nwi west
river .. .. ... . . . .....
1 and sw'i of, nwI/ w of river
4,of "so, and ,w% of so a of river
of se % and sw/ of ne4 and
Of sw/4 and nwI/i of se01/ and
*/% of sel/4 s of river ..........
of neL a of river and nyi/ of
w, and aswl of nw and se%4
itn se/4 of swy4..............
i.loto 4, 11 and nwy4 of lot 7..
of lot 4. . ..
^ of ne% .. ... .. .. . ...
S of neL% and nwI of nel4 and
/ and nw 4 and niy of swl/
r;'.w % ... . . . . . . .... .
:of ne% ...... ... ....
-And nei of swi/ and ni/, of
'1.. ... ...... ......
i. nwi/ of ne>/i and nwi
fsw / .... ... .........
of nwI and nwV/ of sw,4 ..
of nwv . ... . ...
v4t nw 4 and sya of ne/4 lesa 1
of se% .. . ... ... .
'a swl/ and and
04' of nw .. ... .. . .
-Of w y /. .
. Of ot 8 ......... ..........

^ of sw, .. ...... ....... :
/4 of ne'/, and sy, of eF4 andl
'.... ..................
Sof rw ...... .
of ne','. and sly. of nei'4 ....
>of ne%' .. ..... .. .......
o of se 4 less 20 acres ......
14 of ne%1 .. ... ....
lo lot 3 ,,ttdT n,/, lot 10 .. ....
of lot I ... ... . ..
| . ........... .. ....
,of lot 2.. .... .........
|of lot 3 and lt 16 .... .. ....
I, lot fr.etional ..........
: ... .........


8 of railroad ... . .....
and 10 Fairbanks ........
9, 40, 47, 48, 49. 57 and 68
ianks... ...............


!y of aSw I .. .../

and 8 of se of asw ..
14- of /w% .......... .

Added a by public road
line w byv Palmer aind
of nw'/4 ...........
of 4w% of ne" leas an
t wide on 8 and w....
ew (laineiville ....
7 block 42 and lot* 13
929 New Gainetville..
4 block 25 New Gaines-

lS 1 bloek 25 New

4.4 iR add to Gaineevile ..
ik 4 r 1 Dllig and Ro b(ert-
to Gaineille . . ..
.51k 4- r J ifoi & ltoert-
to GOinesvil- ..........
t r 2 1)ij and lRob-
ild Ci O'in ville .......
.es lkte l13 a4d 14
on add to CalUnes.
-t no p.r., of 0 y
01 56 f0 to. initial
I .as a 7 rhatnla, .
604 w 7 ctin .......
y 0 fet Ia co er of
4ll*.tio4 to Mr R .P


THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE 2


10 19
10 19
10 I19
10 19
10 19
10 19
10 19
10 19
10 19
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60
20
20
20
20
20
10
10


60


N M a MoLane
P J O'lHer ....
Chas Hood ...
P Lowden .. ..
P H Blanehr I..
I G Smith ..
J H Mooegall
H A Powell
Cassie Evbs .
Mack Williams .


2 13


C Amos .. ... : 91


10 19 1 Mrs A J Elmore


. 0,.


10 19 12.89 A G Colclough .. 7 f8
11 19 640 Unknown ...... 16 14
11 19 40( B E Patterson ,. C2
S11 19 40 Joe McKinnmy .. 91

7 20 130 Atlantic L Co .. 8 52
I 7 20 333 Atlantic L Co... 7 73
) 7 20 120 Atlantic L Ob .. 3 (01
7 20 100 Atlantic L1 Co .. 2 82
3 7 20 60 Atlantic L Co .. 1 48


27 7 20 240 Atlantic L Co ..


7 20
7 20
7 20
7 Z0


33
33

34

35
2
2

4

3
5
6
8

0
14
14
15
10
17
18
'30

10
1
6
11
12
12


9 20
9 W
9 20
0 20
9 20
9 20

0 20


400
40
40

140
40
440

24P
80
40
40

200
40
40
40
440
40
120
40
59
40
100
80
40
80
40
30
20
20


Atlantic L C1o ..
J C Getzen ....
M C i aylor ....
L Parrott .. ..

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

Atlantic L Co ..
Atlantic L Co ..
Jerry Caskin ..


7 10

9 71
4 29
1 48
1 83

6 05
1 48
10 27

5 80
2 r.3
2 70


Atlantic L Co .. 1 48


Atlantic L Co ..
Unknown .....
Heirs of J M
Richardson .
Atlantic L Co...
Atlantic L Co ..O
Atlantic L Co ..
Z S kes .. .. ..
H WIlliams .. ..
A Lane ...
J T Waters....
Atlantic L Co ..
H Goulaby ....
M Hope.. ....
J A Parrtislh and
others.....
J M Sylvester ..
B F McCall .. ..
B W Bown ...
C F B MeFarltne
.P B Gorioon.. ..
C F B MeFarlane
P B Gordon ..


C B McFarland
640 Unknown....
40 Unknown .....
20 H M King....
0 Mnrs. N1 Mfth*oa
40 Peo Young ....
r Mton
Unowe .. ...


11 14
i 32
8 56
2 18
3 56
2 18
4 78
3 91
1 40
I 78-
2 18
2 Ill
1 32
4 78
1 48
2 18


8 13
1 .
1 63
t 18

1 02
1 14


H C Murch .. 3 f
Joel W Malphnri. 6 85


J 4 Stroud ....
Mrs J W Silver
Admx ......
Unknown" .... .
W L (rtllna ....

W K Bsrtlcnm.
J A Rider.. ...

W H Sibey ....
S Ordway ..

Mrs J II -(1Ck ..
H F Wtk .h


t0


*iby L. K Rawlitla, a
s t :' i 1117 tty
," : ,w .H.,
. ;,' ,:,,, .F : +^ ^.; .,,,'w 4:,-'. i-
*;^Mt'- *fiIftL'^'4*'')#'v


3 48



27.


2 80
1 157

I 74

I 78


E i, iult I ..... t .9


7i4 V Ii BlertleM 93 4*
Sea B Fittta 3.
yurcaa & TheaP
sips .. 1 w1

L M ,.!t*. ., .. 4 li '


: .5, i.tl^


e- '
U
,U.


Si of a14 lot 15 block 3 r 2 Ropers
add to Gaineville .....

Ne'% ad w14 of lot i7 a lot 9
Langleys add to GinaslilUi ....
Commencing at.nw eorne iio -Oock 7
run a 49 qet, e ,t 111 te 44 feet
w 111 feet also iidli 143 of
block 7 Ingrnie dd to Gatoesville
Lots 13 ana 14 Oak Hall plat.....
Lot 15 and a lot 40 fooeet e and w
by 100 feet -a and a on eind of
of lot 16. . . . .. . . .
Commeuncning 150 feet a of w corner
*of lot 9 Oak Haa plitt run a 50
foot, e 120 feet n 50 feet, and w
120 feet part of Gainesville not
platted .. .................
Lot 40 feet n and a by 50 feet e and
w between Pounds' and Williams,
Coinoneing at sw corner of Lang-
les lot, run a 200 feet, w 400 feet
i 200 feet and e 400 feet, aw
Gainesville ........ . .. .
Lot 23 Porters odd to Gainesville..
Le.t 904 Porters add to Gaihesville ..
Lot 77 Porters ndd to GainiSville .
Commoneing 80 foot e of ne corner
of Mary (Glass' lot and run a
150 feet, w 60 feet, n 160 feet
and e 60 feet being in block 2
Browns add to Gainesville .. .
Lot in block 120 feet n and a by
200 feet e and w Browne add to
Gainesville ... .. ... ... .....
Lots 5, 0, 7, 8, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18
of e% of blooic 5 Bronwa Ndd to
Gainesville ... ... ... ... ... ...
Lots 21,22, 23 and 24 of el/ of block
5 Browns add to Ginesville ....
Lots 1, 12, 13 and 24 block (Q Browne
addition to ainesv-t.. ........
li~' of wl/, of block 8 Brownu add
to -Gaineaville .. ... ... .......
Commencing 50 feet e of sw corner
of block 8 run n 100 feet e 50
feet a 100 feet and w 60 fooet ..
Lot in block 11 bounded n by Porter
Johnson, a by street, s by Jones
and w by Peterson, Browns add
to Gainestille . .. . . .
Commencing at nw corner Of block
12 run s 630 feet e 345 feet p 630
and w 345 feet Browns add to
(halnes'i!.. .. ...... ; .. ..

Commencing at se corner of block 15
runn 210 t0et, w 210 feet, a 210
and e 210 feet Browns add to
Gainesville .. ....... ... ...
Lot 200 fee e and w by 84 feet n
and a. n of Floydl not in block 4
.Brushes add to fainesvlle ....
Lot 70 feet by 105 feet In se cor-
ner ot block 4 Brushes add to
Gaineavill .. .......... ..
Se%/ of W/, of block 0 Brushles
add to Gainesville .... .... .
Lot in n1/1, of block 11 Bruahes add
to Gninesville ... .... ..... .
Commencing 50 feet a of no corner
of block' 14 run w 140 feet n
60 feet w 100 feet a 50 feet P 200
feet and n 60 feet Brushes add to
Gainesville ..... .. . .. .. .....
Commencing 165 feet w of no comoer
of block 24 run w 16 3-10 feet a
100 feet P 16 3:10 feet an1 n 100
feet jtiHrshes add'to Gainemville..
Commencing 198 feet n of so < reier
of blick 24 aiudl in 33 feet tojiil-
tial InintW tlten$i 1330 feet, i 33:
feet, e 330 feet and a 3:3 feet,
Brusles o dd to (ainesville .
Commenting at me corner of l't. 6i
block 27, run n 132 feet, w 35. feet
a 131..feet and e 35 feeti........
Brmlihe add to (Iaioesvillt .
In t corner o flut 4 block 2 r 25
feet an a by 50 feet e aill w
original (ainoevillo .... .. ..

f% of lot block 3 r 4 3S feet frAnt
by 00 feet n and a .. .. .. ...
Commenting at oW erner 6 r A run o a4 feet to Initial pcinmt
then a e.-- 3 fit A 100 f 50 -3 aitnd n lt) feet feet trigi0-
al Gi i1v~ll ... ........
Biock t r ( hes 10 feet on i idteH,
106 feet n ad l by entire "ntJI
o|? blwck, snd Oi ( n (hll, of
block N1 r .8 origianl {itinovil e
I'/. of lot i block 0 1) W llrt.wn
plat Voyhes arvsy ..... ....
Lot 13 Veiticlb add to Oa:inwesvlll
Lot 20 Veteit he add to (aIunvilfl


Lot .28 VItchtu add to (ainni vilh
St of *-4 of 00/4t
L.t4 E 14. ; I .' ."
Blockk 61 hlew m I oet aind blok lI
10 4 e .. . ... .. ... .
CornIm udtWi at a. oornar of tt 7
Tt*n e aK fe.t' 4100 ffet w VAt.
fe*t a! a 400 'tl ...t . .
L.t t


Gus 1

man




son.

Mml I


Mney Mathe'


SP Goss .


H 0 Smith ...


5 10 20


5 10 20

5 10 20


5 10 20



5 10 90


Josephine Booker


Mr S A 0 nor
Betty Boy ....
Isaac Brown ...
31 Rivers .....



8 B Will's ....

Amanda Nelson .


4 84

8 21


7


3


5 92

3 50


J W Dukes .... 11 18


Fla Finance Co..

Amanda Waits .
Amelia Whittker

Wilkes Floyd ...


Edus Murray .


Mra A L String-
fellow .. .. ..


B A Thrsher ..

Mrs J P Lynch..


2 M

2 t t
1 rO



4 13







5 75


3 48

6 18


Mrs Y 9 Burkidm 18 88


R W Hall ......
Lou Willtamn ..


8 88
1 78
**


8 H Coleman ... 10 85


Prieilloa Weleh ,.


2 99


N Wiulanam ..... 2 88


SaIlle 1 Colclough 4 72

Mrs tI A hltuk.
kniht .. .... 21 83
li ...S lauk-
night .., ... 31 70


A MOM P*w y.
A l Morrow


10 10

34 40


0 J Most ,,
20 Mrm R P.G w..
W K Ilrilwon .
V W artiwsn
4 (Co ...... .,,
J ..
20 sO A W Isttgi ".
S 40 1 O lle ,.


I0 7


14 10 20
14 10 20


wlt 14 ofr .. ... 0 .., ...... -> 0 i i
A4 tfrooanaw lw 40are .e .. s 21 2 HO
LAsl I ands In eti oa 2, s sd 1 I0
C(mm*ng Ia 3240 ehA* w Of .,
r!' rnter . ... ... ,... . . I l0
rwu t S% d* i# 4 43. 30 ina l"
Sin IaM, *w 10 h l a,, i
4* yar .p I eIiA llet e to ,I s





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o a f r
14% aWs 4 8 & .a.. .. tt It10 4
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S .ab i. e of' a Mes a, .Nd t n .* 1 .,.
Rot twpo*. N **"*wr 9



,W 1 de'7 em '* a
**..-.^P BF,^^ ^^*^;!^. t.<1 2-.Mat .^ ^~~


a 76


T D Ponrkll., -


3 J lilwr-0040
*Mjwggiv

Saws VV.la


Uaknowu


368


.1). 3%


ARm Wniag,n 3 1
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ml* ,' : Ii..

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DEINTIS P.

Grauate ttlattlmn0re Oovre ikt antil Burws
F'vo yoair' xlerteCoe i tn New York City.
Crown, ridgeo workI and billUnit Spooialtle.
ALu. WOuIK UAltAItalxIK
Ot(O IN MNDrUL .Ur.m G, (iAtINUSVILf,LI, PL.A


D H. J. It. 1'IER8ON.


DENT IST
South Sido Suiaroe.


allnesvillo. Pla


S 1arnoe. lIlock, aorosst the hall from Smith's
Sludl,.

j W. PA1r'ON.
CIVIL ItUNOINKER AND SURVEYOR

Dealer In roal ..tate. Thorouirhly posited
with over eoqton ot lond In Alatohumonounty.
CorreooudonoQ souloie.
SJ.DIMPStNY,

atndl Mtm No tw.
LOOUl N(tI ( l.A 8S t.1-8 LV ICRIiM.
We buy or setU 'tiurnlttre, or oin oontraole
with ,you (in the )(nti t 0tOn inu b l.s. ri'nAroiareo
.solloltei l und itMtlhttalu lti,) itvn -
A I.FRD .S. TAvYrI.onl, "
PAINIT1INO ANDI
IA l'Ali H ANUI N
SAINIlC V IA 1I,. flORIDA

.Agient for I)etATOUtI' WAIL I' PAIr..I
COM' N V. New ourk,

OW., U. WAr-aI IAMlUI, T.RI UATIhO

WALKER & 8HAYLOR
ATTORN OV -AT-LAW,
Jackaonvillo Florlds
i-8.02

CAFU IELVEERI.,
WM. FJHII.LlI!;t, Prprlo, r,

182 W Forityth.I it., TJick(oiivlllo, Fik,
lOIttdtC P'owtoflloo.

lBeft (i.ning phice In city, Fine
Wines, l(|qluorws (l tIlgars,
T!1 iH W^'r EN 1),
FINE VINES, IJQUIORSB A Cit1ARS
JOHN M11NZJlS. l3Proprietor,
1t-l221 W. thly "t,, IoJacktooivllV e,

F.auuibeor, bottle fall Io citllon e 11141 when in Jnjkuonville

WIVIEN IN JAC(KSONVILfLE
--Viit the-
THIlE CItYS'TA HA )ON AND UOOl
(.iJAII D)N.
ThIe b>(,,I Lhlturr I1 the tcty. :uno1tr*
tailinLot twvery lihlit. at JtHisf* "ond'
Thlure.



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In tim Ilrlfftii (U~t. ylfth0 J1 i m .A C Odthat



It ilji torl tt* b ry iots4 tir t3itia t 4 tti*


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li. A, .'*b ,. M telvy '1 t4tfr 4 I~Itw hfift,


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. -* tl! 1.5 (g'p *3WK i t : p? 4 Su . J$

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"0, '1903


lvTSI'8S QA.1Z10 I
ipple .. 4 85
SR, J.' B', Al :A
. ... .. 8 DI ''
[Suocesor tSesl, ller Aier ntla z'
Over Dutton A. Co's flank,, alilan vtitl
S. Pecil attention to Crown iblad iridmei wo1t.
A Dater .. 51 Phon e.o-a


. ..7 1 -














Comine A^'g 1011o sW oer ,*
i ,llail,; .





0ol lot3, p lot 7 ri HI 1 feet
6 210 2994 fo 1, 4t. ad, w 210,
| t fc;'It L tev .t*... . ............
of tot 1997 ati of lot ..
$ot 1 tner tract t ....
S5 ~410 I JU 80 LVi0per tract

ae ^ th of s1 of lot 10 Levy

8 t of a .. ... .. .. ......... 83
'/of i l k w% less 10 acres to Strick-
l id ..... ...... ... .. ..., 34
$V4 of ow4% :a1d s6 of so8/4 of
WW... ... .. . .... ..... ... 34
f of sea and s / of sw a of co
ine ... ..... ... ... ....... 86
'% of ie% and n% of o se of ieV4
S tnd ne of nw4 and 8el of nelo
"of .e/4 and sael/ of so4.. .. ... 1
W 4 of w .. ... .. .. .... .
.,%i and .4 and el, of sw% and
oaw/ of s w'... ........ ... 4
.. ... ... ........... ......
ii'" .... i. ... .. .. .. ...... .
S8 ofw/4. .. ... .... 6
Act/, and e,/ of *w4 ...... ...... 7
w w% and wi/ of swl4...... ...... 7
S% of noe% and se%4 of nw% and
,w%,a of nw% and sw% and w% of
oay/4 and nes/4 of 0*.. .. .. .. 8
Xw% of.ney4. ... . . . . ... . 8
Se/4 of se . ... .. ... . . ..
i 1//e of ne . .. . .. 9
Nw6 of nel/ and nl/ of nwl/ and
w % of swo%4 and s% of sw%4 of
,:. se/ .. ... .. .... .. .... ... 9
W% of nw%4 of sw14 and 0% of
w ; lof awlh of nwi4 and w% of
et of .w of nw* ... ... .... 1
That part of se( 4 of 5w4 n of
S Doane road and w of branch .,
S Wy of nwy4 of ne/4 of se .... 10
81 4% of ltw% of swo/n. ....... .... 11
Se6 4 of rli .. .. .. . ... 1
S Ne/,4 of -.e% and sw% of neay.. .. 11
o% of w,4 of sw of nw% .... .. 14
$w Nw lAof a ,. ... ............ 14
S Neo i of nw 4 . .. . ......... 1
Commencing 108 feet n of aw cor-
nor of net of see4, run n 198 feet
e (00 feet, o 198 feet and w 000
feet. ....... ... ........... 14
Wy of saw% of se ... ........ 1
St% of nwA and nwi/i of aw .... 16
Nw14 and nw4 of ne and se0 of
ne%'....... ......... ...... .. 17
8 ,.. . . . . . . . . . . .. 17
Nw .... .. ... ............ 18
All ... ... ......... ........... 19
W%/ of wv .. ... ... ..... .. 21
0 acres of w end of si/, of ne/4 of
B .O .. .. .. ... .. ... ..... 22
Commencing at aw corner of nw4
of noe4 ... ... ... ... ... .... 22
run e 1920 feet,, n 504 feet w 1320
a 594 tofeet.. ... ... .... .. 22
n Jl/ of w4% of no110.... .. ....... 22
S Lot 2 lloek 5 Brannings 2nd add to
Waldo ....................
LoI.s 2, 3, 4, 5, (I and 7 block 1 aid
lots 4, 5, 7, 8, 0, 10, 11, 12 and 13
block 2 Ambrose ndd to Waldo ..
A strip of ,nnd 58 feet wide lying on
Side of w%/3 of block 7 \Villoys
aidtl to Wt.ldo .. .........
Lots 8, 9 and 10 block 90 n i frnic-
tiolil block _.,, origlulil Waldo...
Cuioiinmencing 1620 feet n of no cor-
ner of swi/j aid run un 133 fNet w
(1160 feet s 133 feet und 0600 feet 23
S SwV,. of sw/4 ..... .. ...... .. .. 24
N* o(f 5e0 niild SO1/4 of se and
11' of sw/4 antd SW'4 Of sw\4
"nld w1,, of so'l4 of SwI4.. ...... O20
E of 4w/4 d of \e ni BWi o .. .. .?8
SAll ... ... ... ... ....... ..... . 29
All. . . ... . . . . . . . 31
N f4 of ooi ind swV4 of ney4 and
w'S nild '1, of sw,4 and seo4 of
w1 (1 aund e1, of $e0' and tw/4 of
e. ...... .......... ....... 3..
: neoi tndl w'/ o(if se/1 aiind soey of
-.. : .1 nd *\w'i lthdl et1 ,' of wl .. 1
S All h A's o ,4 of se/ 4 o( 1wi . S.
All ............ .... .. ...... 1
L. i t (i ., .. . .. ......... .. 1
L]ot 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 1, 7 anld 8 south
of gi'llt line aud frtctional nie4
of invw.i of nwV4 and s14 of nw 2
* "Lots1. 2, 3. 0, 7 and 8.... ......... 3
Lot. 2, 3, 4, 5, 1, aind 7 n of grant
Sline ...... . . . . . . ..... 4
Lots 1, 2, 5, 0. 7 and 8 i of Grant
line .............. .......... .S


40 Isaac Savage ...


1
1


200
40
600
040
100
40
400
240


21
21
21
21-.
21
21
21
21


8 21


8 21 3
8 21 20
8 21 120


240
320
100
040
160
0


0
20


8 21
8 21


Jas Nelson .....
Mose Nelson .. .
W K Bartleson..
Blake Bros.....
Krutzer & Taylor
Mrs K A Taylor
Heirs of Mrs E M
Powell .. ....
Fla Corn Co ....
D T Williamson .
H M Moody ....
Mrs E Knadler- .,,
Unknown .. ....

Unknown ......
J B Struthers ...

Warden & Lewis
Atlantic L Co.. .
Wm Poster .....
8 G Lewis ......
Warden & Lewis

Atlantic L Co...
Unknown ....
Solley & Adams
8 F Gardner....


200 Atlantic L Co ..

50 J W Jones ...
8 La Thompson ..
5 Simon Cason ...
20 Joe Mitehel ...
40 H M Moody ....
80 Unknown .......
10 0 E Jones ....
40 Champion, Nel-
son & Co .. ..
40 Warder & Lewis


L M Bartleson...
J F Shands ....
Ellsworth Trust
Co .. .. .. ...


Warder &
8 G Lewis
Atlantic L
8 G Lewis
Atlantic L


Lewis
Co...
Co...


J C Vasler .....



Sollie & Adams .
J W lonms .. ..

A G Middleton ..

C II Johnson ..
Unknown ..


2 Jennie Wells ....
40 A Fries ........

110 A Fries .........
20 Warder & Lewis.
340 S G Lewl ,. ...


552
620
020
640
40

245
215
240
240
100
580
000

600
020
139
22
32


Nw ...... ... ...... ....... 9
All less 1neu oi01 n4 aindl less n1v of
nwk of nl, ... ... .... .11
All Ins ow',4 of w . . .. . ... 19
N of i>o', nlid l0'n of ey, nd sen
of "w14- anid 01/4 of ne11 and 1%/
of tiiY4 of tnei and sad of se'4 .. 13
All lhms e,/ of iel,4 of e4,. ....... 14
8% lot 5i and nIv5 of lot 1.. ...... 18
Noe.4 of soe( 'and e of sei % of seio4 23
Lot 1 of lot. 3 ...... .. ..... 34
Blocks 2 anid 3 ....... ... ... .34
Block 4. . . . . . .. 34
Lota 7 an1d 1 ironitig i on Warren
street, also commencing on wett
edge of 2nd street and n 040 of
Main street ard run w 13.84
chains, w 00 feet. n 14.12 lhains,
w 3.39 chains, s 3,30 chains and
e .39 ehliaul, also lota 20 and 22
fronting Main stroot Wlndor.,...
Lots 18. and 28 e Main it~et Windsor
lomunetng 20' foot n of nw tomner'
of lot 21, N Windsor, run x .11
rhalits to Dayvis' lt and w 90,48
ehalni, s 2.I chains .anJ 9.48.
ehdaims Windsor .... ...
Lots 1, 35, and 10 Green at Windor
Mi ddl ub diviton6 of lot 42 B'
Wnoaligton. aStrt Windor .
M E:,+:: ; : .. ,, ., ,


lot. Mai
s.tstreet


lot S asi-


Warder & Lewis 81 05
Warder & Lewis 17 18
Warmer & Lewis 18 87
Aaron Fries..... 18 87


Acock & Co ... 90 15
A M DeBose ... 0 9o
Warder & Lewis 7 71
Warder & Lewis. 8 66
Unknown .......5 (15
Unknown .... .. 10 17
Unknown .. .... 18 87


Unknown .. ,--
Unknown ...
Susan B Pitt ..
Fabin Thomas
Mrs L E Jones ,.
Mrs MA ltorus..
Sarah W Rawlins


Jas Holder
S D Wright ..


Jotshua Cotmant
CL Finkle .. ..
Helir of J J C
Moore .......


4 1t)
1 27




I 07


MY AL Phanrr..1 78
Woow d .. .. 1 .
jA''1Jgrv. t 14
.41 .1 3' '


*3 13 iLot 8 block 21 Graces add to Ro,
Sch lle ... ... .. . .... .. . . . .
ILot 4 block 10 Rochelle .. .. ....
All .. ..... . ..... :.. .......
2 17 Ni of se% .. ........ ......
Block 18f Grove Park ., .. .. ....
1 37 Block 8 Grove Park .. .... .. ....
2 90 Lot 57 Grove Park .. .... ......
2 18 Lotsa 23 and 2b Grove, Park .. ....
3 63 Lot 3 block 13 Urove Park .. ....
5 56 All Nw4 of nw/4 less 1 acre in n
part.. .... . ... ... . ....
40 acres, in ............ ... ...
1 52 Commencing 10 chains w of no cor
2 18 run a 25 chains w 20 chains n 25
1 48 chains and e 20 chains ... ... ...
Commencing 14.40 chains a of ne
1 P4 corner............... ...
run a 9 chains w 101/ chains n 9
2 48 chains and e 101/ chains .. ... ..
W% of sw of s14 ..... ......
4 21 E 1.5............. .... ....
W%/.' ....... ...... ... .. ...
Commencing at nw corner .. ....
7 72 run e 13.50 chains, a 12.12 chains
1 b3 s 60 degrees, w 16.78 s 87 degrees
w 20.04 chains and n along sec-
tion line 79 chains to beginning ..
30 50 In w ... .. ... ... ... .....
4 26 Commeneing at se corner ........
1 83 run n 10 chains to initial.point, w
9 97 121 chains n 20 chains e 12/,
6 82 chains and s 20 chains..........
Commnencing 20 chains w of ne cor-
ner of nel4 ..
14 35 run s 6.20 chains, e 956 to rail-
1 83 road and n along railroad to initizat
1 48 point 11.22 chains e of w line of
1 48 land being described, then n :1.30
chains and w 11.33 chains to be-
ginning .. .................
7 63 E 4 of sc%4 of sw% and that part
of sw% of se% outside of Fish
Prairie less 1 acre ............


Commencing 24 yards a of % mile
line on w side and run n 480 yards
e 6p yards, s 348 yards e 238 yards
6 25 degrees e 400 yards s 412
yards s 70 degrees e 540 yards
Lot 2 of nw% ... ... .....
Commencing 2.47 chains w of 1/
mile line n and a and 37.48 chains
n of s line and run e 4.55 chains
s 4.40 chains w 4.55 chains, n 4.40
chains ... ... ... . ... .....
Commencing at se corner .. .....
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..
Nel4 of nw/t and w% of nw/4 and
n1/ of swi4. ... ... ...........
SVJ/ of lots 4 and 5.. ...........
Lot 3 and that part of lot 4 which
lies within 200 yards of w bpundary
of said lots .. ..... ... ........
Lot 2 less 18 acres .. . .... ..
Lot I less 10 acres .... .. .. .....
5 3-5 acres on a side of lot 9... ..
lot 1 or i of ne1./ . .. ....
No/14 of nec/4 less 7 acres to Lewis..
Fractional in ne corner of neal of
noe', in sw corner (of net4 of net4.
'.'.1s i noid 7 Wl'olk }17 3ranii l'e ishl)t.
Lot 2 subdivision of lot 4 Orange
Heights ...... ..............
SeO/ of se/, .. .... . ..........
EI./ of ne%/ .. ... ... ... . .....
S'!, off of sw'/i oI e14 ...... .
Wi/. of sol/i of swi> and 3 acres
on w side of ei,/ of seo1 of swl%
and no% of seVt... .........
ot 24 Meros ... . . . . .
Lo t. . . . . . . . . . ....
4 acres in s w corner of sw/iof nwi/
N/,4 of sw%4 of nwi/ e of railroad ..
Nw% of nw%4 ..............
N /, of seA4 of nel4.. .... ......
Sc0 % of se%, . .. .. . ....
W/!3 of eV, of nw/i of nei/4.
Oomnie'cing at se corner of sw14 of
sw'l,' of' n/4 run w 210 yard n
210 yards e 210 yards and s 210..
Se0/I of ne 4 and n% of sw4 of
nw/4 ..... ... .. .. ..
Wy of seV4 of se and e1 of wl,
of ne4 of se4 and el/. of wi/, of
sew of ne% and noe4 of -eA of
ne4......... ... ... ......
8% of nw4 ... ... .. ........
,9.0/, of net4 of sw% .. .. ......
NW . ..ing at . . ..cor.. .of
toria(,li,' ing at se corner of ne% of


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8 22

3 52
7 902

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2 50


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Fla Cor Co ....
) 21 640 Unknown .. ..
) 21 80 H P Graddik ..
Ada L Bullock
CA Padgett ..
Unknown ....
8 N Green ......
Uedeman & Co..
21 39 Ely Amos .....
21 40 Gco Hall ......


50 Elbert Hall .....


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95 11 21
26 11 21


30 11 21
11 21


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6 30
80
1 48
1 21
98
2 18
1 96
2 18


3 88


Ely Amos .. ...
Simon Jenkina ..
J M Turner ..
J M Turner ...


21 14-100 A D Johnson 2 18
127 J M Turner .... 6 65


25 Oscar Gamage .. 2 560


61/ W C Smith ....
29 Stevens & Tay-


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30 11 21
32 11 21



32 11 21
33 11 21


60 N A Bailey...
10 R Angeliu .....


7 72
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21 Jno Hines .. .. 3 38
00 Unknown .. ... 6 St2
75 Warder & Lewis 2 538


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en ... ... ... 5
Warder & Lewis 2
Warder & Lewis
H D Lewis .. .. 2
Warder & Lewis 2
Stevens & Cauth-
en .... ..... 2


8 22 81/, H D Lewis ....
Mrs Edith Selph
W H Parker ....
9 22 40 J & E Carrie ...
9 22 80 Artelothego &
Gerridan .. .
0 22 5 8 Carrio .......


63
64
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20
40
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1 10 22


2 10
8-10,
15 10
20 10


.'22... ... ..... 10 22
'Vm ,v 1;:0 feet to so errn,,r f lot
andl n 550 feet to railroad and no
along right of way 400 feet and e
to public road anna s on west side
,( road to beginning ...... .. 22 10 22
Commencing at no corner of seo4
of i1e ............ ...... 22 10 22
run w 19. -7 chains then w 10 60 6
.7? chains e 12.2 chains and it
4 tQ chains .. ........ .... 22 10 22
Com('nneing at nw corner of ne% of
S ... ... ... .. . .. 22 10 22
run e to railroad a along railroad
t, stake and w to w line of ne%
of. seA and n to beginning ..... 22 10 22
ne'., of nw14........ ......... 213 10 22
C(ommeneing at sw corner of nw% "
of nw%....... ..... ....... .. l 10 22
rum e 600 feet n 363 feet w 600
feet and 883 feet .. .. ....... 9 10 22
Lotsa and 0 block 10 Hawthorn .
It-' 4 and 6 block 32 Hawthorn ..."
lot 3 block 33. Hawthorn
Lot 8 block 6 and lot 11 block 10
and lot 6 block 11 and lot 3
Mock 13 and lots I and 2 block 9
-And lotsa S nd 6 block 1i and lot
7 block 22 and lot. 8 block tS2. aw.
thorne .. . ... .. .. .. ... .. ...
I.ot 4 and na of lot 5 and lot i-
loek 3. and a lot In rear of i1o-
gain itort tot, bounded n by Mot-
ri0bst and w by Hogan and a by
railbred Hawtlonre ..... .....
rfots tr and 9t eoek a Raltbomra
lt b~osda i a Byell tby Brow,
a, s $i yOW Bo w0 ., a 16 22


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Mrs M L Lowry.
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Stark Williams .
Alex Williams ..
Heis C K Dutton
L M Joyner ..
W J Tribble ....
Mrs C B Bowman


0 Geo Washington Jr 1 02
50 R F Bowman ...2 18


M M TillmaA ..
0 C Townsend ..
W V Pasohal ...
T J Townsend ..


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40 Wilford.....


s Jma Wright ..
R MDon ..
Haitr Ela Haw-
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE 20, 19003


CHILDREN'S DAY AT

THE KIRKWOOD S, .

June 14th Was a Day Which
Will be Remembered.

A MOST ENJOYABLE PROGRAM
It Comprised Scriptural Readings,
SVocal and Instrumental Music,
i All of Which Were Well Ren-
dered.
Kirkwood, June 19.-The Children's
S Day exerCises by the Kirkwood Sun-
day school were held on June 14, at
8 p. m.
At an early hour every available seat
was filled. Many visitors with their
bright and expectant faces, added a
genial charm. The house was hand-
sopiely decorated with flowers alnd
palms. This was in perfect harmony
with the audience and children, r.ll in
their beautiful, many colored summer
attire.
The program was rendered through-
out with entire satisfaction, not a fail-
Sure, many of the speakers deserving
special mention. The songs and mu-
sie were under the capable manage-
ment of Mrs. F. H. Clyatt.
The superintendent complimented
the school on its quiet attention, good
behavior and excellent work; also the
fine tone of the speeches, that if fol-
lowed out in life, would elevate the
moral and spiritual sentiment to
nobler manhood and a more perfect
womanhood.
"To strive for the right in every way,
To live in the work they do each Day."'
The program was as follows:
Scripture reading-Mr. Mathews.
Opening prayer-Mr. Mathews.
Song-Mr. DeLand's class.
% The Measure of our Responsibility-
Sanford Chamberlin.
And So Will We-Grady Clyatt,
Kittie Richardson, Bernice DuLand,
Bertha Rosenberger, Albert Cham-
berlin.
`Song-Florence Clyatt.
God's Messenger-Emma Jenkins.
Lovely June-Annie Knox.
I Know a Manly Little Man-Masonu
Richardson.
My Offering is a Kindly Word-Ada
^ Richardson.
Duet-Susic Simipsdon, Ruby De-


Cured After Ten Years' Suffering from

RheUmatism and Neuralgia.


PAINE'S CELEI

Enables W. B. Carp

Two Years of

Take courage, ye disheartened and
despondent rheun atic and neuralgic
sufferers. Your repeated failures with
doctors and the common medicines of
the day should not sink you in utter de-
spair. There is hope! Thore is rescue !
ThIre is certain cutire for tIoh nitmost help-
less victims in Paine's Celery Com-
po1t.und. Tis famous and wonderful,
medical prescription has abshol ute
proofs f complete cures in 97 per cent
of the cases hi which it has been used.


RY COMPOUND

entor to VWork &fter

'Helplessness.

Mr. W. B. Carpenter, Pue, a Vista.
Ark., say*:-
"1 am glad to say that I am a well
mast today, although I haive stifferetd
with rheumatism and ieuralngi for ton
years. I tried several physicians, but
wlih (inly temporary rlkief. I hnve
taken seven bottles of Pailne's Colery
..'(>m(npotiilld aind I ami now well. I had
not bwen able to work for two years,
thut now t can work all right. Paineu's
Celery C(on poi.nd I the )lblst med ticino
o earl f ."


Florida ast Coast --.....
Florida East Coast Ry.


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49.
SOUTHBOUnD-READ DOWN.


No.C9 1No.,2
Daily. I D-:vy.


STATIONS.


In Effect May 28, 1903.


NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
on.Ta i N). 78
ID ,ai'. i i).lly.


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' IE 3 r t + l J 1.. ....... StAu l otut7ti4 ................... 1 7 41 .rj
S<1 2. a 8 3 ,Iu ................. Utaing.................... ()fHt a 0.1 p
1 K -i 0 7 13 411 i a .... ....... ...... palat a,. .... .......... 6... 4 0 4. 4 i m m
. 3 1. 7 1 0" A e ............ ...... atka ........... ....... . .V *9 h 1
Slo ....... .... t .........it .... .. ..... Ar a p 1I
Ia r' . . ...... .. ...in M ato ............ ..... . iU ..
S 07 il i p ,v ........ ;......8 eostato T.......T.........~vMAt a 4 e W.
0 0 7 8 1 p8 fil 12 0 p .. .............. unne lls.......... ......... t at o nf
a 12/ 0 l 1 S )..p .................... unn,.t.................... Is S tl l
0 0 20 a 8 ir p ........... .. Dupout ..............>I...... 1 6 tit le
cc it 8 0 3 0i. p .................... Or ,no d ....... ..........p... tas 11 f t '-
< < / 9 0a ij. 1 )7 .....................Daytona ...................... 1 4 b69it 6'0 00
w 0A 9 i1 8 I) .... .......... Pbrt rno............... 4.. 4 7a* M n
S1 sa ....OSp................. aa. l ................4 8 an
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22 8 0G p................. H A ninale........ .......... f7 O il
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7(A si j 5 Ar............... Miami .. .... y0 '7 0 .4 100a
.tlYOHPDULES OF BRANCH LINEs.


Land. --::.=-.. 7
To the Fathers atndi Mothers-Hattie BANPORD BRANO ORArTGI OITY BRANOlI1.
Englisll TATioxI it S. A.".. I Dl yt>:Aa N T
Snares in Our Plathway--Char!'e D ....... ......... Daly, l a >''".' Iai y
Simpson. .T .*l. Lv........ Mi..... .......... Ar1lt 8I q 4 l 10I tlO I,v. .t, nve rna..Arl 6l0t)h 7 0l p
Little i elpers- rady lyatt, Ber-........... ter........... Arf l s ili tv. .I ia A l
1 Little Hfllplera--(drady Cly ltt, Br. i1 y4 L ......... lR terprlse,....... ., lrill i MA 0&46, t ll L-rt, :ii I IL A} tha Rosenborger, Kittic Richardi on. Ar.......... fa rd.......... '10s 804%Ar ''r.. i y .l.o
Boysand Sometimnes (Girls are Fet- d o o. N. poT 10I 1to; Noi t N '.4W
tered-Samuuel Harrison. S tday DMily. 17y Daly 33KA"03T1. IIly. l>ily. nl8 y
Quartet-Mrs. Clyatt, Martha Chain- i -
SCon Y Pal 5i P OIsg0 n .. uP 0I3 ll .,t- ? 74 -011toA i j4,' Ji)i V1
S1 berlin, San r M .ur inI .r '* Wp i>14.il's -j.., '^a0T ai 1.i
ip J a 61 4e 14 4.AUMass .ws.cL '* !'s
There is a Truth Wt Ought to Re- p A S it i p SI aol- ...... pr.......l t ; u+i
oember-Blen Frank Mathews. Those tme Tablel ihOw the time whiph trsminO my ,_.- ....t i -iAJl depftt
When We Renli Our Horne Up lTO *pstal'ttnt.s, butte hirarr ivatorIr trtur lhm ow i. t^ ant .ryen.o
m Irdti he Oompay haodItelut t r 44oS lbei 0 .o- t art dAla ur or aitiy'q ,i-. 41 f tl.4 tl~hl4ff-
Yonder-Ralph C(hamberlin. gea ,o mnry hed Itr^sobior1< edy dy or ay *.- iae 4ti
An lIuiohlcl Spirit 1 Wi'h to be- -- A 1 ..
n or rer. KEY WEST AND HAVANA4
e'll be Right Instead of Wrong- PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHtP C ONtEcTt1;(8S AT MIAMI.
lowers in life's Garden--Floen, e Lv t Iinn it .........O ......... IL v v ,. t. a..... : n
att, Ada Richardson, Susie KInox, eA. r ............. r 'i Ky t, .. ; ;
SRosuenberger, Martha ltnglihi. r v 0n0Mon. .. .. L''.... t! ArN.
smiling Face-Song and recitation For epy of Loeti Tli* O44 iorc r ,istwt.n ~. .A,.
D eland.
J .. .. A.... .... . .. . .
dren'd Crusade-Sii Simon. D AHNR, Ast. Gem. Pass. Agent.., AUQ' FmR, NtA
JeKms' Feet-Mrs. (l yalt's. elsa. j .. .- .,
lldren of lliO-Otim Ikland.
<* ell Riannt Out and Down the
bt-William Simpson. FM LI M
mingi Thought is My OIffering-' .
t-Mrs. lyatt. Martha Chamber-


51 Amn the Last ibut Not the 1.-alt-
*I iee i)eland.c
Wre Have Heard Your Songs--Rutby
PLlnd.
Closing Prayer-Mr lL-etad.
His Lais Hope Realized.
I F'rom h e. Senttinel., (.-. Ma ", *
.n the first ol j'ning of Oklahom.a to
lr iSn 1RO9.t. the Editor of th;.ti pa-
1n rmoig the niany seekers afterir
r'ho mad tihe b!g r ftEo i On- l1O
.iApril. during til*i trav'licng
aft4-rward* hf*i capelicpIT "pt.
*he ..neo ,ttbr l uih uneid
^ hichi, to;etht r with thte wvere
ipe hinm a very e lvWr diarrhea
+'Bit smemed ahn!u nitm>iibbf to
aI a.nd aIloIn in J.1kill the Se ew-
a latl he h e eip'ctd to die. (Qit
i a Of ties S44-siittbori brgtUi himI
*Mi. bott-'0l 'f ;m rli.tkinfai
SliColerta and .l*rrt<< Reteaily
4 I t l)pc A big. 4,lm olW .v4'
fie he w as. vlI.u g bob ptp
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TO THE MAN WHO'S SOMETHING OF
(AN EXPERT ON DRESS.
Why are1 1 ibet1-drress.d men
...... i ii lnetsvlh lour patrolns?
Why do experts on idrss Is.nvia-
riably buy I fromll us?
The answer is obvious--they
know whaixt they want iiin cloth-
ing iand their itisorlilination
tells them we have It.


''t ventlurE to w)/ thali if the
qcstofon wture put to inl the o'ill/.
tally,-earefld ress'a r ((itles.-
vilte, hiv(tidually/ i' ((1h.'d cativcl/,
(n :-o whio sold the 6c'st c/ohlotnl,
thf) instantftni -ou tanswecr luisld
br: "II hy, MArarous Aidel, of


Speaking of vxi prt (on elothinlg, we 'TWpiLAit. OI OAltRMINT
wil 1s soIl tS ex[ pt rIt lbor\usei we btuy i40 v 10-i
from i xper t-.S- tlo s row. s (OI o
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EILLEiFJLORIDA JUNE 20 1903


S 6ot Seem to beiW it
$w:yr's ofe' L'iveOak.


With


,COfEI WAS FOUR TO NOTHING

. l- Halls Played as Good Bali as Their
opponents, But Lost Out on Costly
Errors-Game WitIh That Exception
Wat. Very Even.
The Oak I tallAs, M rthur's Pets,
.hav lost out again, this timn to ivye
galt. It w asot beaob se the Pets 41did
l t Vplay' good ball, but in errors they.
lid. m the 8awyers in' the shbadei, .and it
W"t; he errors which won the game.
Th. game.i was largely' attended,
mtiany having onie from various sur-
S uiNi4idlng townsh and cities to witness
the ga4 e. The Oak Halls were oin
joi shape, and it was difficult before
th' opening of the game for the sports
to aure bets either way, as honors
wre .eve.
L~toh and DaOosta for the Petso
played go0d ball, and are to be com-r
epdied for their work. It was the
S erors in the floid an4 the poor floid
work wh.iC -loot the gae ..
"' he. aor~w:as four to:nothing, '
'b e game was us.1tPed u p fas follows t

'-;, ',asesnball Otibehit for the
Pets: StvaU, Kienedy, Anderson and
S:teelo; for the Sawyera4f errors b
aitneevill, 8; by. i^v Oak, 8


Has Cured Thousands, Will
Cure You.
If you are troubled with kidney or
bladfeor troubles, such as dropsy,
rigtrl V disease, Catarrh, gravel of the
bladder, uJbumitln in urine and d1-
healthy deposits, o- too frequently dis-
oharge of the urine. pain in the bacKe.
anrid lde.r, dropsical swelling of the
feetti .iegs, etc., etc., we guarantee
that by u*sig Smnith's Sure Kidney
OCre, at orrplete cure will be effected.
PriMe fo0 ient 'ind $1.00. For sale by
JO1INSON IlOs.

To .he Bridal Party."
Under the bg oak on t.he beautiful
Santa Fe Lake;,
The bridal party sat around the great
wedding cake..
The day was perfect, the wind was so
Mtill,
We saw the reflections from the green-
top hll,
The bpoat fost was good enough for any
big kIAI,
And Wia t much relished as we sat
around In a ring.
With big fat, whole roast turkeys,
Stomptitgand brown, _


The umpire gave, th4 pets the worst With all the good things fronW both
o oft on field error. country and town.
I I"-- o --,--"--- With grapefruit and oranges fresh
: NEWS FROM WORTHINGTON. from the tre.,
Grown by the Baron in his grove so
S The Famous Resort is Entertaining weomdzrf All to see. ,
N*With ice creaetM and uake, alnd lRiam-
Many Visitors-Other Notes. panam Po rare,
| Worthinigton, Junoe 1.--We are all That its delicious perfume filled the
glad to see the springs in the finest dw.fet air.
condition. People are coming, in W\ feasted and rested and the wino
crowds from the surrounding country again tpsted, .
tO take a bath in the hearing fountain, Platters were ref filled, yet we found
ih an w mthe 1 r T s them still emptied,
and welcome they are. TIhe springs To the good health of the bride and
-speak for themselves in making S(8olmi, groom we raised the full cup,
of it,) most, woltderful curos h. their And after each honest toast wo all
1a. history of rheutuatilm and general de- took it sip.
i blilty. \With Pauline and Stanton. Rev. von
UU. The farmers in this Aection are %p VWinder, Dr, tand Mrs. JDr-ew
With their work atd have fneo pro- With r rtis. the McRnes, the
lihtron and his Soo ..
petss for good cropi. With 7apt,. Grimn and Miss Cora,
i It a pleasure to report iBud Dubose liHubrt and Miss Laurie too;
well agnin. lie camli front Jackson- With Mr. and Mrs. Moore. li formed
sii:lck, to visit his fparehts, but is now a1 great itrty, if only ai few.
,Vover all ill!s and smiling as usual at the 11. S. Moolm.
pretty girls. iawthorn, .June 10.
One of the Worthingito bnasebo l .. -~' ---
lUU players li ppeine-d to a little accident, LE T R
which hnas repidered him uabl o gtiveo (e o t th.o1oihandh4I< eaXltai.
.hIs tPith11 'r, lerry W ells, the dally. ... ....
aBaseball Today,
B. IH. King and family of lleadland, Tie VWallo baschall team will meet
4 .Ala,, after a week's visit to thue springs, the (. I, 8. .uniors on the .diamond
h^Ave roturned to their huame much in thin city this afteriopn. The game
IltOltod, will be called at 3 o'clook, and inas-
"i Tho living friend and wtilking .1x- nmuich as there are some good players
Iin|ttnle, the i rson of E. i:. George on both teams a good game Is expect-
f Moi.thbrook, of what Worthington ed. Remember, the game will be oall-
irtiugs eat do f or ri-lhtmatitsm. re- ed at 8 o'olook sharp, and it Is to be
turned to his homn 'I'tusdlay entirely hoped that a gooderowd will be pres-
c,' (Urd. "..
w'oi t ars tlways-glat to so the smnil- ...
i. flacei aild i'wamr thle ldeeful voices .
9"P' fthe Alaohua pwyo,6le wheu they comne, DO YOU GET UP
r 't- they mako the very hills eciho to
'W their Mirt hBulss, A LAi ACK
S evoral new n' si have be(. added --
6to 'the rogistor list this week from Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
0I.eorgia, ahAlabama l fillorida Almost everybod who reads the news.-
Itr. Dr O. lodgvs adi family, after papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
_4lp0ntdihl two weeks ati t he sprigs, re- I -r--- cures made by Dr.
turned to t heir hoimno nuIch improved, Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
The artistic "billie" is .till. look. ", ret lkid neyrr lver
ng aftor the WVorthiugton Springs I t'F its the great media.
grounds. cal triumph of the nine-
Oi s Parce ansd tildnof .Ahilhua \ tenth century; dis-
Mrs. Pearce and thhlrenof Alachua ered aftor years of
a. visiting the springs thi week, ch
A. r. Orum and family have re- D -r. Kilmer, the emr-
turned to their homii in Gaiuesvill, nent kidney and blad-
iwi e after apOnding a weuk at the.springs, der specia ist, and is
S---- wondrfuly successful In promptly curing
Meeting Did Not Materialize. lame back. kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
t"t obles and l3dright's Dimeas, which-laithe wort-
.N.otwithtauditng that a number of form eo kidney trouble.
out parogreesivte itltons are heartily in Dr. Ktimers Swamnp-RoOt Is not reo-
toood with The Sun's saggestio-a to on'ntmded foreverythg but f you havakld
delebrate In-a 1ocal way the Fourth of hey. liver or bladder trouble It will be found
h just the remedy you need. It has been tested
|t|' 'uly, no one attended the atnetian tIno many ways, in hospital work, In private
whIh was called for Thursdaylevenuing practitc, among the hilpl-is too poor to pur.
t 'ik the Couaoelleohamtber. This may be chste relief and has provd o -Successafutl t
elailned. however, by the fact that bevetonAdaby what a e itdl e thispaper
bten made by whAtch 1l readeras of this paper
Th San ottoited4 to call atteonion to who have not already tried It. may have a
,Wthe ime ainpg in ts site of Thurosday ,sample bottle sent free by nalt, also a book
rlng. w i~t th -rosult that: a Sroft telling more about Swamp-Root aod how to
.a..o t w a ae find out i( you have ktiney or bladddqr trOuble.
I p .of thie ,ten "and biuAoss men .When wrtntg metuttoi n reading thiis lerua
i t the^ dattoe, " offr itn tits pert, a% n
eotainlg will be hitld at the Conun- d yor


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imd ,eybrow conummenced to drop out
the neKxt iday. and by the end of the
week hf was enatirly bald. A new
growth of hai-r appeared In ItiL), but
ainub tner.-'.l, -.tilotit Answers.
CaruB t lake ttle.*
Thbl 1. !iow the Indians of Cetral
Au r!ea tu:-ve a toake bite: They pin
the unilu'ky peattt tho g round and
wimdl irong crepert abjva t and below
tst' blt t unitll they ent luito the flesh.
Twoh t hetv aalvIs a aId follow thOt
up by rtinl,'.,g in a mtalture of chewed
toh4eeto umd pushedd galrlc. It this
tutm .e t(hn ,-:-.. is tirlty toad wltm
1ipui ni d tU iv.-y to.. ta eK rybody. I
lghtl. e,,c -tiiy wlea heb tt Sadt. ahe
often dol's, that ttlhe W'&iak W USot

l "I think we uight gItW Btidgtet a
dollar tnwt a wa salI the ftuy

her to work cl(atutwfiut OMd7
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TH : AV,'"PE''RAIN"
WiW It 'W'.ih and thp Nuinlber tof
e. It. Cot(atlnt.
WWhetbhelt be the brait cpI of a
glowwoti,'o r one treioblting with the
Shartionlea of "Tristatn tund Isolde'. 4he
stuit It 1a.de of Is muchi ithe same.
It is a ditfferetcie of strueturae apiarent-
ly rather than of material, And the
lhe0mieal difference betwveni a bratu or
.nerv cell and that of the muscles or
[the skin seems reducible mainly to a
differeuice In the proportion of two sub-
statnces--ynter and phosphorus. Lean
bef,, for amplel, is from 70 to 80 per
cent water; the brain is from 9i0 to 950
per cent water. And p brain or nerve
cell may contain from five to ton times
as muc'h phosphorus as, let nus say, the
cells of the liver or the heart. The ac-
tual quantity is of course extremely
small-by weight but a fraction of 1
per cent.
About three pounds avoirdupots of
this very complex phosphorized stuff
make up an average human brain.
There is a lot more of it distributed
down one's spinal column, and little
plexuses all over the body wherever a
group of muscles are to be moved, and
others still. the sensory or feeling
nerves, which are everywhere. It is
h ard to find a cubical half Inch oditside
the bones where they are not.
All told, the nervous substance, which
for the sake of nuaking Its functions
clear I have called the matter which
thinks, forms a not inconsiderable por-
tion of the body outside of the bony
skeleton. It is made up of distinct and
separated units, for the most part ex-
tremely mLnute, though some attain a
length of two or three feet. These
units, for lack of a more misleading
name. are called celsia. The "cells"
which run from the small of your back
down Into your legs and wiggle the
same or Inform you when a member of,
the family is Stubbed, are the longest
Those of the*aln, are mostly so small
as to tax the powers of the microscope.
Their average length would be 'meas-
ured in thousandths of.an ncb. There
have boon many attempts to get at
their actual number. It Is certainly
large. Comiiputations for the brain
alone range from (100,000.00(. upward.
One, due, I think, to Waldeyer, sets the
total number of brain cells (average)
at 1.600.000,000,000. This would mean
a brain population exceeding the known
population of the 'eartlh.-Carl Suyder
in Harper's Magazine.

FACTS ABOUT FOLKS.
Boys grow more regularly than girls.
The memory which acts quickest acts
best.
Urban life decreases stature from five
years of ageon.3.
Firstborn children exceed later born
In stature anld voeight.
Children born in summer are taller
than those born In winter.
Ited and yellow are visible at greater
dista-nces than green and blue.
Truant boys are Inferior in weight.
height and chest girth to boys in gen-
eral.
Dull children are lighter and preco-
cious children heavier than the average
child.
Great men, though often absentmind-
ed, have strong memories on the lines
of their Interestse
Healthy noen ought to weigh an addi-
tional fivo pounds for every inch iat
height beyond sixty-one inches, at
which height they ought to weigh 120
pounds. ,
~alde... (nsedby Fear.
Several carefully observed cases of
falling hair from emotion have bea
reorded, but the following is probably
ono of the most curious: A normally
healthy farmer, tllrty-eight years of
age+. saw lila child thrown out of a cart
and trumpiel upon by a mule. He Up-
posed it killed and experienced in his
fright and tension a sensation of chlll-
Itna*i atli tension In thi head and
face The child escaped with a few
brlrns. bhut the father's hair. beard


e erday? Shooting paine, irregularity, inflammation and bearig down pains
mkke thousands of women miserable. Why drag through life never enyoy.
nlg anything? Wine of Cardui bas made over 1,500,000 weak and suffering
women well and strong. We ask you togo to your druggist today and secure
a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Oardui and begin to take it at once. Do that and
the health Mrs. Kingsley writes about will soon be yours. If you think spec-
ial directions are, needed in your case, address, giving symptoms, Ladies
Advisory D artment, The Chittanoo Med ineo., attanooga, Ten,

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and the EAST.
CINCINNATI, CHICAGO,
The NORTH and WEST...
Ne a t Dot TIai
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ASHVILLE and
HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
"THE LAND OF THE SKY"
"A "The Sapphire Country."
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WM. H. TATm, A. G. P.A., Atlanta. CN.

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( :Ioorx-poratedLI
E. E. VOYLE, MG-R.
Abstracts of Title and full information fisrnished regarding lands in
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
Is thoroughly conversnt. with land titles.

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senting a number of prominent Ainmra-rin k f';nglish companies.
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^ 54 d Avenue,
SIibAaOS, IM3., October 9, 1902,
After doctorig foreleven months and taking
f ort-threo bottles of .d edicie and finding no relict ,
1 for eucr nhd rultin from irritation of a fallen
womb I took Wine o sfruiand four-teen bottles
Secured me. This seem strange but it is the simple
i truth. Wine of Oardui.helpd* me from the time II
began taking itandhaging heard it praised
red j so highlyy by aiendswhohad tried i t felt
Satisfied thlt it would help me, and it did.
It cured me. Took every bit of ache, pain
and headache, cramps and dragging down sensations
away till I felt youn strong and happy once more.
It is wonderful medcine and a truefriend to women.
When i look back on the nmoths of torture I had it
seems likeahideous nightmare. Winoof Cardui will
cure any woman I believe. I have more faith in it
than all other medicines combined. ,



rVice-Pro., Chicao Historioal ub.
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.. PNist ectitWon .O!dered by thoe
Atteoey, General.
W aigto, June 19.-.United State
y "i e, of' Montgomery, Alas,
Sthe 4eUartment of justAice We4-
it response to a reQtueot from
tteruy Genheral Knox, who wished to
r wIth him in regard to thi prog-
tof the prosecutions of persons In
t otste for peonage.
Withol"_bh the attorney general Is
.'ot disposed to discuss, -for publfoa-
|iOn, the status of the cases in which
djsecut pnas have been begun, or the
.nt of the peonage .system in Al-
aibama, It is kuown that a large num-
'er of eases are under Investigation
,ald that in addition to the arrests
A 4teady made, it is expected, that wLIr-
hnts .will soon be issued for a still
larger number. It is said that the
-0ygtemn Is not in operation to any con-
i'tlderable extent near the cities and
.lirge towns, but that In some of the
"lsore sparsely settled sections it ise
gtuttc common.
The officials of the department 01
l';stice are determlne .l to destroy it
T(Mid to that end every discovered case
ill be vigorously prosecuted.
FIGHTING FOR BETTER RATES.
Columbus Board of Trade to Investl.
Sgate Alleged Discrimination..
Cohumbis., Ga., Juno 19.--Columbus
is going to make a stiff fight for bet.
ter freight rates. The board of trade
fhis appointed a committee to inveotl.
gate the alleged discrimination in weat-
*'*rn freight rates in favor ?T Montgow-
e'ry by the railroads. The board fa.
"Vors the establishment of a regular
water roiapi.%rom Columbus to Mobile
,-Or Pensacola via. Apalachicola, at the
.mouth of the Ohattahoochee and Apa-
lichicola rivers.
Regular l:nes of boats now ply from
Solumbus to Apaltichicola, and with the
improvement of the hHrbor there, t 'le
thought that a regular water route to
4'a larger gulf port can be estalbUshed.
iThls, it Is believed, will result In a
great reduction of rates. A special
-"committee was also appol-nited by the
.boad, to Investigate alleged discrimi.
nations in Florida freight rates in fa.
v r of Jacksonvillo against Columbus.
Cartersville's New Mill.
a. rterville, Ga., June 19.--The
planS having all iratureod the work
on Oartersville's new big cotton m411i
to be erected by the E. L. McLain Man-
ufacturing company, of Grecrtfield, 0.,
Will begin at once. W. M. M'cOaffer-
,ty, of Greenfield, one of the projectors,
accompanied bg his wife, has returned
to. the city to take charge of the work
and lt engaged at, employing .mechan.
loB and making deals for needed nta,
terials. The first of the main build,
wings is to be 125 by 300 feet a.n built
of brick. The mill, when completed,
is to ma-nufacture sheeting and drilling
to be used largely in the manufacture
of pada for horse collars, which is now
a big industry conducted by this cont,
pany at Groenfleld, 0.
Convention of Modern Woodmen,
Indianapolis, Ind., June 19.--At this
Morning's seselon of the head camp
of Modern Woodmcn Of the World, the
question of rate readjustment came
.up for discusalon. The report of the
committee appointed to submit a plan
of readjustment was submitted and
r eferred. Other plans were then adopt.
ed. This wan the day for compete.
ltive drills for trophileou at Camp
teece, and the h1i parade which mov,
:ed through the downtown streeta this
afternoon. The marchers made a
gtAslng show in their brilliant uni.

Printing Pressmen Elect Officert.
ati, June 19---hl flfteenth
en of the Jntornattonatl Print
i^amen and Aslatants' unons
ta.susied and referred many re
'i.for new rules and ch1cct0 the
omfcer.: Prewsident, Mar
Kigins. of Boston; rkie preeir
H ward H. Randall, of Toron
illnger. of Denver, and Ohsa,.
.!t, of New Yorak; Secrctrry
.,'. Wlliam J. Whbb. of New


SAccept Company's Terms.
eot, Arlz. Orne l.--.,tly one
the it-rs at-MorenoT! have rFo
to work (n th4e romdi Any-
SThe remain dkt at.r 'scs t.t
As only T5 s6tri wt- .a A r1.
I of the r arnsst and the a!.i'utS
aml oftro, ,^: Is not ad4ts<.' 8i
'.Th'e tiiv).ing eomipanvt? ha.t
f -.a. it.,~'a t of r'e.,u!.Lrs to S .'s
^^ )Hit' nci'Neic f"4r a tnualab' ot


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!ll;~g' 4 t ii. *Va, ^Kyi B .Wc m ps
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Dr. W, HK. fster O:la In Anmbulan
Just .s Home, !s Reached. :
Aug.usta, Ga., June t9.--Drr. Wilam0
Harrisor* Foster, who wAs taken sick
"ls AtUntAit while a' delegate to state
oqnventlon, dled Just 0a the fast train
on the Georgia road arrived In Au.
gusta last night.
Dr. 14oster's condition Was so much
Improved 'that he thouglTt hitaself ablt
to come home. He was selsed with
another attack. of cholera morbus at
Union Point asiA suffered much until
thr arrival of the train. H11 wt a met
by four physicians and the ambulwnef.
He died just as the ambulance reach
ed his door. He was a brother of
Dr. liugene Foster, chairman of the
board of trustees of -the state scni.
tarium. who died a month ago.
Star's Remarkable Fluctuations.
University of California, June 19.-
Through a series of invesU gations Dr.
Joel Stobbins, of the I.dck observatory,
haa made the remakable discovery
that the variable star Omicron Oelti,
which has been known to vary at cer-
tain intervals since 1896, Is at present
undergoing extraordinary fllictuatlons
and a variation of brightness at least
2,000 times its ordinary intensity. Sct.
enlists had believed the star to be In
ert.
Attempt To Break Strike.
Richmond, Vn.. Juno 19.-About one
hunlri(l ald .if!;,\ (i.rlluctors and mo-
tormen arrive, today, having
been engage a'. heo strike, up-
on the troll;6 .. he strikers,
however, clr.im t c 1'.- ,' won over a
thirJ, of thelm. It Is announced that
efforts will bo made to run cars this
afternoon.
WI!l Mett In Atlanta.
.Chattanooga, June 19.--The 'Tri-State
Photographers' association, which wia
orgasl;zed here yesterday has decided
to holdI Its first a-nnual meeting In
Atlanta, Ga., the date of the meetlng
to be fixed by t:he executive oomnmilttoe
later.
A Literallet.
Wenithy CItti seti-lt I said distinct-
ly In my advertlsemnent that I wunuted
'a reliable colored coachman." and
yo are a red faced Irishman.
ppllcant--But sure. sot, isn't red as
rellnble a color as black?--Baltlmore
American.
Ill In "liha Capetty.
"I read somewhere the other day,"
snid Mr. Henpeck, "that one of the big
imnercatile corporations pays a certiiln
numn $1,000 for each Idea hie furnishes.
George. I'd like to have a chance of
that kind!"
"Wretch!". exclaimed Mrs. Henpeck.
"Do you want your Innocent wife and
child to starve?"-Chicago Record.Her-
aid.
so Snart.
Gernald-Mlny I klis you?
Geraldlne--Mother in In the next
room.
G(rald-That's all rilht. Your father
can kiss her.-Ilnustrnted Bits.
It to a sign you are growing old
when you rend the obituary before the
marriage nLi.ces.-$t. Louia Globe-
Democrat.
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'Y i! At n1 edarl w till 'plot *Dy .g
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BODIFORlD & INCOLLUB.

MEN AND WOMEN.
rltat1lous or otinatlit at
i 111 t o o (i S lOt U iio tiibrii ,
EEVAN8!f!IHI!UtMIW I. >. or pooliainuu.
iRMIKAT10 Iold bI raglmtm
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'T1 TIHE PUBLIC.
We, the undersigned, heireby agree
to pay $1,000 to anu- manufacturer of
paint who can show, by similar teAts,
alty paint sttuadliig upon any metal
surfate as jlirfettLly and for ,BO long a
thint an oir
We guarantee GRtAPIHITE ELAS.
TIC paiit to contain no tar, rosin, as-
phaltitan or any of thlt prod'icts of
petroilu;:, iiiad when jppliehd to ainy
surface according to our dUirtc.tiotui to
wear perfectly for a period of live
years, and we agree to furnish, free of
charge, all paint jiceessary to rt'epuiiit
anyll urface where it has proved de-
ffecti v. i iig'led,
The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, OhioU. 8S. A.
We take* pleasure in taniouncing that
we have scored control for Alachua
county for the sal of thle celebrated
OiRAli PHITE LASTIO (generally
Known as IJncle ar t paint.) 'This
paint has the highi,'t iadiorsemouent for
tin and Iron roofs and all expowwd
metal.
T. F. THOMAN iI. 1 mCO.,
Maineti ilh. la.


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also -se% of nw less 12 acre,..
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27 11 928
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0 aertis in no corner of nel/ of swV4 0 12 22 0 Heirs R H FPer-
The e 40 acres of fract.ional ...... 14 12 92 40 J. Jnaobs .. 1
Lot 4 ............... 1 12 22 11 Mr MJ ayman
tFra.tional sw% of aw% .... ..... 16 192 2 28, J W Paruks ..... a
SwV4 of swv% and se%( of se'4 .... 0 A 1) 80 1 J Baird. .. ,. 4, 1
Se%4 and sse'/4 of nw ... .. 13 s lt fl200 J Baird.. ..
XNel4 of- sel/ and nwl of sew1i aind .,
.R t/ o&f nw!i and it /4 of nwl4.... 1 i19 240 J Baird..... 0111
nw ... 10 8 109 280 J TIaird .M ... 0 50
Sw1 and e a loss so%4 of ne4 2 .. 22 8 19 440 E J Baird.. 10 07
iE% of eO, and I .nw of nie4 and
w% of nv% .. ... ,.. .., 8 10 320 E J Baird, .. .. 78 '
W 4 of e% and say1 of so' and syd
of sw4V and nwl4 of sw% ... 2 8 19 280 1R J Baird.. 7M 6
All less ne/4 of ne% .. ........ 20 8 19 600 E J Baird .. .. 18 48
E% ... ... ..... .. ....... 27 R 10 890 E J Baird.. ... 708.
.N of lot .................. 0 8 20 40 E J Baird .. ... 1 8
Sw 4 and %1/ of nw% and wl/4 of
Snwt/ and o'. of noe4.. .. .. 17 8 20 360 E J Tiaird .. 9 41
Lot 6, Iies 40 acres n nw corner and '
40 acres in aw corner and lot 7 less
40 sores in aw corner. ........ 10 8 20 108 I j1 B41rd .. .... 80 ..
N% and nW/ of e4 and nl0 of aw4 38 8 10 480 1E J Baird ...... 10 983
Sw% and sw'4 of ase' and wai ot
nw14 and se4 of 1w/ .4 ... .. 30 8 19 320 E J Baird .. ... 8 09
Should any person who has paid dbh taxes for 1002 flnd alny of the projp
erty for which triey hold receipt, on the foregolig li st, it they wuil send me the
number and date of such receipt, I will have the amse choked ,off, so ia tc
prevent sale of same and no expenses will be iiourred y them for auoh adver-
ji seiaent, We have been as careful as.posslble in preparing tlit, but i It Iov
ers seven months eooleotions, there maybe items on which taxes Ihavtbeen pditi
on .o list, I will cheerfully correct rtmy such error at my own expaen If If Tam ;
informed of such, W. D DIiSt Kt,80 ,F
OaInesville, Fa., May 2, 19000. Tax Colleotor Alahua Citnty .
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tMAL AND 80QIAL ITEMS

s kiHpprtediand What is Goigs
A flappen T@!4 in Short Paragrapha
Sthihat f"H WhO Runs May Read"
i, The Sun.
ar with ushman Hills .
| hone 8:for wel Laundry.
George ylor of Palner wan s a bbasi-
eB v^ieitorto ,this city yesterday.
3, B. Oadgett ot Pafradiso was -trans-
.e~tin; business in this city yesterday.
col, W. Hiamlpton has gone to
Wiattee,i Tea. to spend a couple of'


M( ari.d o ks. J. G. Lege of Ocala are
adint g. few days pleasantly at the
l lw Houus. ,
James' A B, Jones of Palmor Was
A~ mvtng the prominent visitors to this
Qtcy yesterday.
S.l.eely furnished, large front room,
$86 0Lperwe0k, Apply to B. M. Heck-
,.d,i ig. OCp. ttf
kn Miss Addle Goode departed yester-
day for XLive Oak, where she will be
the'guest of friends for the remainder
of the week,
MI LT. Moore of. Rohelle, a member
of tlie firm of M. L. Moore & Co., ex-
Stensive nvtyal stoveaoperators, was In
:the city yesterday ..
.l M.;MOrano f On(ampillo, ,one of
Sthe miost lnfluenttital itizens of the
E' t End, was transacting business in
this city yesteray.-
J1tmes Turtiner of Nettleton, one of
the most progressive merchants of that
section, was a busliiess violtor to
Gainesville yesterday.
Three days' limit on Iaoksonvillo
excursion by the Atlantic Coast Line
on Monday, June 22nd. Fare only
$1.50 round trip., Train leaves at 2:25
p. n. '
Mrs. W,. F. Thomans and son, Master
Roy, of Thomiasville, Ga., are visiting
the former's daughter,- Miss Sadie
Thouas, the offloient bookkeeper for
O 'Donald & Saunders.
For Sale-My one-third interest In
the Success loe o Co, Copacity of plaint
14 tonll por tiny, with an expense, of
S nly $17.50. Other business takes up
m-any tinme. J. B. Dell, Gainesville, Fla.
SAi opportunity is offered by the At-
lantio CoastLine to visit Jacksonville
ilon Monday, Jlune 22nd, for $0.50 round
trlp.- Tickets good to return up to
tand iloludiiing June 25th. Yreain leaves
at 2:25 p. in.
Ho for the eatihoro! C. W.,
|Knapp, manag-er of the Olarendon
'Inn Sealbr(oezo, Fla,, will bo ifl
thecilty na the Brown House, front the
20SQth to the 23rd inst,, and will be glad
toi meet ny onn contemplating a trip
to the coast this saunimr. 8t
iW'llTher wi a til interesting nimeting of
S:'Atiluue Til- No. 30, .L ( "Rd Men,


b""riIf n b in MA BEEN TAKEN AWAY
Thos, E. Owens hitis rnturiied frorg l y idy.: I AMe ye e n
brief business trip to Jacksonville. Atl ..e .ooast Line iwl" sell round
rT 6thurm an KIelley of Rochelle i s tl kets tp'cksaonville"onXMonday, State Transfer Agent Bridges
ptn alnbl). visit Ut1 relatives i ,ths0 city. : .2'd r $ 0. onvenient' .... .
tter ee Moyers about ti cs seduces in botl direction s, Took Him to Hold1r Friday.
trEatw right aWay quick, le t ,e forget. eap to New ,York-Any pero ...
IHohn EB. P. Axtell of Jacksonrille fctmplating trip toNew York and WILL SERVE PHOSPHATE MINES
wa giEs Aexat .l or JacrI ra e r would find it to their financial
was: registered at the Brown 'ouse BdvaitagepoOrrespond with The Sun. "9 W K u nt
yetra. t rn o r ldo wh o Many Who Knew the Unfortunate
yesterday. 3.Wo Milliean of Waldo, one of the
Mrs. James Holder and children of jolliest and most .sueessful naval Young Man Were at the Station to
Ilochelle were among the visitors to stores operators itt the State, was Say Good-bye- Pris .)er Seemed in
this city yesterday. among thoee who favored Gainesville -Good Spirits.
N. A. Callison of Spring Park Farm, with a visit yesterday,
Bennington, was transhaing business W. B. Alexander, the clever travel- There were eight prisoners taken
in this ity yesterday. iig agent for S. Loman & Sons, whole- from the county jail hcre t riday and
L. J. Burkhini has returned; from sale clothing, Baltimore, was in the transported to h various tate
Ta where he has been for the pat fcity yesterday. Mr. Alexander has prisons throughouL. South Florida,
fewdays on business and pleasure. been waking ainesvlle for several whminere they will be usemployingd in the labor.-
dyo aa .years, nd is one of the .most popular phae mines employing convict labor
Hon. 8 Y Finley Is attending to travelgtnen in this territory. The principal. figure among theset
some professional busineas-before the Steket and family have re convicts was John L. Easterlin, the
United States 11 court fit J 'b i _I I f' 0 -W. R. Steckert and family have re.
United States court in Jacksonville. moved into their elegant new home, young man recently convicted of the
Pleasant, neatly furnished rooms for West Las lter street. This is one of murder of Thos. W. Clark at Newber-
single young men f. peroweek and up' the handsomest and most modern resi- ry, and who was sentenced to impris-
Use of tr Apply rown House. dences in the State, and the owner onment for lifetimeat hard labor. A
W. L, Cannon of Dutton was trans- naturally has a right to "swell up" on great many of the acquaintances of
aeringbusinese i n this city yesterday the compliments he has received. young Eastterlin were present at the
."He s he eflict ooltl-pr for trainii to) bid him good-bye, and the
A. Oallison. WILL SOON BE COMPLETE. prisoner appeared very cheerful.
Joseph O'Bannon of High Springs, Sys. of Street Name nd Numbers The convicts taken were as follows:
one of the efficient firemen of the At- s Wl be Filnshd Nuby r John Easte.in, murder, life sen-
lantie oast iine, was a visitor to the In reply to various questions as to tence; Pinkney Jones, manslaughter,
city yesterday, when the system of street and ho ten years; Haye Hawes, assault with
cy rywhen the system of street and houseintent to murder, ten years; Fague
0. 0. Thomias returned yesterday numbers will bp complete, the con- inen o manslaugrder, ten year; Fague
from Jaceksonville, where he has, been tractor for this workdesires to ste Seymourhodes, manslaughter, five years;
for the past two days on business con- that the work will be finished, every- Jimyears; Thodes. manslaughter seven
neet~d with the United States cotrt. .thing being avorable, between the lt ytwelarve months; Rogers Mtchell, ag-
3. W. Somerville of Fernandina. the and 10th of the coming month. The twelve ont Rogerr Mithell, ag-
olgver traveling representative of the numbering of houses will be completed gravated assault, four monty prisons
WyllyGabbett Company, yellow pine by July 1, and ten days will be required with the exception of Easterlin and
lumber and ties, was Among the vist- to pos the name of street Jones, who were sent to Buttgebaeh'
ors to this city yesterday. Pbstmaster Arnow stated yesterday mines, Hd
3. A. Tielterof.Roebelle was among that he had recently received inquiries -
the visitors to this cly yesterday. from the government as to the prog- Hot Weather Weakness.
The friends of Capt. Tucker will re- reass of the work. The letter, which If you feel fagged out, listless and
gret to learn that he has been indis- was from the third assistant postmas- lacking in energy, you are perhaps
posed for the past few days. ter-general, who has the supervision of suffering from the debilitating effects
Mss th nn a charming this department, intimated that they of summer weather. These symptoms
Mis thl Qinn, wa cintincity were waiting for the completion of this indicate that a tonic is needed that
young lady of Sanford was in tie city work, when the government would will create a healthy appetite, make
for afew hours yesterday She was take under advisement the establish- digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
en route home from Lake City, where inent of the freedelivery system. and impart natural activity to the
she has been the guest of friends for The work of platting lots and blocks liver. This. Herbine will do; it id a
the*paaB few days, and numbering houses is no small job, tonic, laxative and restorative. Ii. J.
Spooial excursloh train over the and the contractor is taking his time Freegnrd, Propr. Grand Viewi Hotel,
Southern Railway from Jacksonville in the matter in order that no mistake Cheney, Kan., writes: "I have used
to Macon and Atlanta on June 23. will result. erbine for the past twelve years, and
nothing on earth can beat it. It was
Tickets limited until June 25th. Fare Ladies and Children Invited. recommended to em by Dr. Newton,
to Macon and return only $3.50, anlr All ladies and children who cannot Newton, Kan." 50c at Johnson Bros.
Atlanta $5.50. Leave Jacksonville 8.30 stand the shocking strain of laxative Special Did Not Go.
a. m.3 June 28; arrive Atlanta 6:80, Special Did Not Go.
a. June2;arriveAtlanta 0, syrups, cathartic, etc., are invited to Because of the fact that it was im-
Mrse, 8. Arnow and children of try the famous Little Early Risers. possible to secure the number re-
Fernandina, after a pleasant visit to They are different from all other pills.
the former's str Mrs 0. M d Thydo not purge the system. Even quired to guarantee a special service,
the foriner's stuter, Mrs. C, M.1Rhodes),.hy doopur e > sty ven
Flenngt has returned to this ity a double dose will not gripe, weaken the train for Live Oak did not miate-
Fllenlingtonhas returned to this city. or sicken; many people call them the rialize yesterday. As was stated in
After a few days spent with Mrs. Ar- Easy Pill. W. H. IHowell, miouston. The Sun, it was necessary to secure
now's father, Judge 0. J. Arnow, the Tex., says nothing better can he used seventy-ive nams at $ each to assure
party will proceed to their Fernandina for constipation, sick headahe, etc seventy-ve names at $chas thisscould
1Bob Moore, Laftyette, Ind., says all the train, and inasmuch as this could
homo. others gripe and sicken, while De. not be done the idea was abandoned.
I ured iItt's Little Early Risers do their Col. J. 0. Andrews and Ed. O'Neill,
L- work well and easy. Sold by Bodiford however, deserve credit for their inter-
but we are still In the ring at Goala. & McCOollum.
For your old Diploma, Picokwick or ------ est in the matter, and it was through
gnod Budweier beer send your order SOME FINE SIDEWALKS. no lack of enthusiasm of theirs that
direct to J. F.. Edwards, Ooala, Fla., -- the excursion was not inaugurated.
where they will receive prompt atteon- W. R. Steckert Constructs 400 Feet ht
io tf Around His N remises.Fight Will be Bitter.
Around His New Premises. .l ... ..


The ladies of the Helping Hands So-
M-t-i ^# 44%1AM i h -is ti. Ian Ii... h 'vii


W. R. Steckert, who has just com-


Those who will persist in eo
ree.


Thursday night., on which o(oasion iey on s- ruhe Garneaville Gro- pleted one of the- handsomest resi- ommendation or Dr. King's New Dis-
ireat SalhemnJ. White paid the have on saleean inhe Gainesville Gro- denies In Florida, does not believe in eovery for consumption, will have a
tribe ai ollil vii. portat bu ho is afternoon ro to o'clock, doing things half way. He has just long and bitter light with their trou-
Sr was trlia ed which will home-iad bread cake and tonguene ompleted around his premises, a dis- btes, if not ended earlier by fatal ter-
oubt iprov of great heneit to th Tis is forn the benefit of the manse tance f 400 feet, a substantial side- mination. Read what T, R. Ball of
tribe s solictragof the pub walk which will add greatly to, the Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall
SAter a pleasant visit to his friend 1 al Stomah and Liv value and comfort of the surroundings. my wife had every symptom of con-
Atnrd lott, i >I t ohis ity s CTabmtaritt* whatonaoh eed Liver This wqrk was executed under diree- snmption. She took Dr. King's New
'ryan of Gialvesto,, i Tetxast, dphertld you have ai ti fael dull after tion of ., ( Edwards, tho street con Discovery after everything else had
Se.terday ftor Iiv,'e tnk, whore lie *eating and wakc'UWth at bad taste tractor, and is t credit to the ability of failed. Improvement came at once
ii your mouth, They will improve that young man. and four bottles entirely cured her."
owetto attend the Oak lHallitve Oak ydur ipp0ettoe, tense and invigorate ----- Guaranteed by a)ldruggists. Price
, baseball game. If h was in sympathy your toilachi and 'give you a relish for Was Wasting Away. 50c and $. Trial bottles free.
with the Oak Iall.its, h i was natural, your food. Forsale by all druggists The following letter from Robert R. They eak theRule
it Is to be hoped that hlit s recovered nd dloine dealers, VWtts, of Satleo, Mo,, is instructive:
y tlb this tim. Mr. (rariVille Worthington, the old "I have been troubled with kidney Notwithstanding that the barber
Sha b tro d for me tim dotr otf Rocky., Levy county, is disease for tihe last five years. I lost shops of this city agreed to close their
i I havo b.en troiblmd for Rone ti ownrm' of omy, s vy d ouhtyt U flesh and never felt well and doctored respective places of business at 7:30
wi;.th indigestion und sour stonaBh," town vitlting his daughter. Uncle with leading plhiians aind tried .all t e pc u a 0
Iys Mrs. Sarah W. 'urtis, f Iee, Gran Is the hero of three wars and has renmedies suggested without relief clock every day except Saturday un.
ta~s.,' antd hav? bei taking Ch nt. lived to see the fourth. He now draws Finally I tried Foley's Kidney C(we tH further notice, it is charged that
.herlinh's Sohai ch mld liver 'latits lnion for service in the Mexican and less than two bottles completelI one of these shops-and the very es-.
S.Which have helped 1' very nmueh, so Mexica eured me and I am now sound asn tablishment which urged mosatearuest-
',that now I lan vat manny things that war, and wta in the Virginia cani- well." Sold by J. W. Moollum & Co. y the -has broken the ree-
before I could not,." If you have any pain of the civil aind in the State I ----- -- ly the leoltein has broken the agree-
tlrqublio with your ttmtach why not dian war. CardFromUbrary Gommitte. ment already. Naturally, if the agree-
:,ltake thee taybetus atd get well? For The coninittee on books of the ment is broken the contract will not
le by till druggists antd medicine Rev. M A. Olouts departed yester-. iwenttietih Century Clebii realizing the hold good, and our people Imay yet be
;dealers day for Molntosh, where he is assist' fact- that many of the ladies will be enabled .to enjoy the luxuries of a
3. .V, White, secArtary of the County ing Rev. A. L. Prisoe of the Baptist away all summer, wish to call atten- shave after the seven-thirty hour.
Commissioners and sodiatiou of Florida, Great Sachem of been engaged with Mr. Prisge in this tions of books and niotey for the i. Tax on athes.
the eImprved Order of Red Mi oor the noble work for the 1pat week, but was brary. Som of the eotnitteexpect Extreme hot weather is a great tax
"tate and aU-round prominhtd seret called home Thursday on Oom)uint of e abse fom during upon the digestive power of babies;
soety an, after a visit of several th iles of his little daughter the sunner, and they are anious to when pany and feeble they should be
Itagiven a few doses of White's Cream
a. in tnhls city, pamrted yesterday glizabth. get at once the book- Aeeded for the i the hildre's tonie t
r for gh Sprli s. Mr. White oanmt Interesting to Asthma Suferers. olub work in 'Otober. lease tend will stimulate and facilitate the di-
; for th purpose of attetitLdi the menet- Daniel Bante of Ottervil>e, Iowa, money and qook~s to the otihirm of tiok of t eir food, so that they soion
g of thoeassoiation" of which hw is writes, ".1 have had- asthma for three committee. Mer.Tho, P. Hay. at oalthyand actBro
.o n o I gt+ .... . .u s II t W., .
the omflt0et secretary, and "kilh,.d two orftoutr years and htav+trided about all "A_ _k"". .l o n.
"ble with one stone" by also making the cough and asthma oures in the o K.. .W Iy-We-Not.
w etam l vltAlt ,h to Apache Tribe of market and have received treatment Blunders are so thmer ns very expi
en l ~etl was agues r lon from physioiasi In New York and sive. Ooeasi< afj life ltlf the mAembers of the mysterioubs
0,1$0, W it. wa uest f Il on I other tcites, but got very little benefit price of a mistake but youll never be tight are reqe tK4d to meet over East
AL .O.eary. until I tried Foley' lidney and Tar. wrong if you ta Ki nlA. ew L at8 o'eleok toaigat.
whieh gave me lt-nmediato -relief and. IdillIs for dy pptA,l 4i a u ,w head-

v. W. Mecol. Coi i store r % ,
lei wuIt, ler lit 'W ireatir Mit in nous1 em s K.+tdn.oopU++ ,'$tV+ ,loi A Sold.j are gentle yet W14 .A&at6lwid f I
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not earler than July 8th nor later
than July 12th, 1903. A joint agency
fee of twenty-five (25) cents to be paid
when ticket is executed. On tickets
deposited for extension the validation
fee of twenty-five cents will not be re.
quired.
Extension-By personally deposit-
ing of ticket with joint agent not ear-
lier than.July 7thi, nor later than July
l1th, and upon payment of fee of fifty
cents, an extension may be secured to
enable passengers to leave Boston on
or before September 1st, .1903.
For full infurrmation, see agent or
write Frank C. Boylaton, commercial
agent, 138 West Ba, y street, Jaekion..
ville, Fla. 3w
Cuts. Bruises and Burns Quickly
Healed.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm is ant anti.
septic liiment, and when applied to
cuts, bruises and burns-, Coaue them
to heal without matration atI uech
sef qUlly han by usal ttment.
Fort le tball dr is .and tuedi.
eaie dealer. -


O1 SALE


TUES DAY, aUNE 16th,



JAPANESE FANS
[Importers' amnples]
Choice 15c each. Actual value
25c to 50c each.

MOSQUITO CANOPIES
Ready to hang at $1.00, $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.50.

SPECIAL SALE
Ladies' Lace Hose at 15c, 19c,
25c and 50c.

BARGAINS
In short lengths and remnants of
all sorts of Summer Goods.

MRS. R. WILSON



THOMAS


UNDERTAKING CO.

Full line of FINE CAS-
KETS, COFFINS,
ROB ES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.


Personal attention to.
all business in this line.
Orders by mail or tele-
grap)h promptly attend-
ed to.




THOMAS ,

UNDERTAKING CO.





(118 E. UNION ST.)


Special Reductions in several

grades while the cards last.

CHEAP RATES.
National Educational Association, Bos-
ton, Mass., July 6th to O10th, 1903.
OnI account above named occasion,
the Atlautie Coast Line will sell round
trip tickets to Boston, Mass., at rates
and under the conditions named be-
low:
lates-On{ fare, via all rail, or via
rail and Sound Lines, plus $2 miember-
ship fee. T'ick-ts on sale July ad,
3rd, 4th and 5th. Limited to return




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