Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01862
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 19, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01862
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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li4Attt)AY APRIL 19, '19O'-1i. TA

flaIrting g1aSexr but n wO w W io Btoay (
1"a h, batchway and one of h^ bando w*q
1 uro-but noter i rouslr iliy. C"
'awayv the wreekage wi qxlto e NY!
..AU. ,,N1 T _UALL "'-, .:,- .. .^..* .
S" ulttask owing, to. t ufhe Ltt i
rook I I epens to Se- Acsint Wth. t W.ri 4 tsin t
ious A'A nt. The n passed line to t;. *1
-, r o- d yac l t and stood by h.r' ltoS I l1 WAtD POR DED.
DROWNEOh OTHERt INJURED the aid necessary. Sir Totmas, w.ho
w .... eKtrewely distressed, Iby the 1~ a t i vw With
B lf aQCrew wt~pt O::verboard-Sir 1ty ad th inr to thc.:id
o~fn. Litpton Suobtain Injuries ..n interview that the a.oclet 6 .l*-:!M Pliot to Shooting~
curred absolutely Wi thout wt."nO r hpuradlots 0t Of His Formt
n Mast Goes Crashing Over the ch more quleker thao wbh t
r-.iR llof Hurried to Y*cht. aSai rock 11 wa alttbdlt oy .I ta e hiW
uth, ial4nd Apr r Just as < race betwlees S apro6k i rael ^ uoH r urt room wa A
1,n' n nger f I nthe Shamn. k'I and t b rit we aga ;today ,-Wb.
c's cUID was ao4e ndrd iQ b it Solt *ourowd tfit o: a the tw
1 todashor&tly att leam ng.this m ton Igland, M 91 a| i !ey was () i
preparatory to another: trial i, squalstr uclk t~lr &ht broadal4lo
with the uhatnro wi u o. Her ast t asxt a asM uronek IIU l Sl n a
S'ell ovear theg site alau4 several are s nf tmenthe f eatedtast at .
S.tie .nd atll the eat o and can- Wnt bY te carryi all fer ,
iwverboar. Qne man was dro wn- th i ab It leaf h. pa~te y ea- flee. to 0t' :otA Tawyl~
sad severJ personslcud nkg Sitr wre. t h was al d- rdla ig W cl a. itnes w
AptoWn, whro 0*WBs kno ed Yih ,thy eO on wa1 I ", to ee ThIanlo tho rpeg ) r the hitetr
na hatchway, were tbruited and uted o d eit of t ycht Vw.. or tod wta as be eooud
ise lae iured. bui t K. in g dw4, on hamrt t d 0o rik a nero. and lih
SoManeuvering fn Roadatead. had a a&retr-w tetre ad tot iockeiwt
man who was drowned wa O what h d. J
her-in-la of Captain Wlnge. He IS I K4 SAID S0 e to do ,he kiliag at .
handin-g a binocu glr lassto- Sir o ,Cashi erofAanti UCoastLi*. a to b s
at the tie he Was swept over- nt he
I4. Oe of &ir Thomas' hand' was rested in Savan ih. written to HoWard Jo i at. ovemrit
Rt|ed. tbuot nosealouy. The yachts Savanoab, G., April 18.--J. Obl. -Tayl r' dltaton, witr sd i
or main sale, ibsoresals and gaff systn ad for the Atlantle C t Fakqrt at once as Ta was
prior to the start. A strog n, Its a cceaeor, at the Savannahi t be d of i o .
fitdpoe idnwt*0 wha the arrived, bthn
ltieat bree ,we blowing, lut, oflces, hst been arrheted upon tde h he adbee elete to dothe
was nothing in the nature of a charge of embezzlement referred e t o
Sthe alboate seeme to arry their by an aBent of the American Stjirty kiU lig.
fle rell a tey tche out from company Youteysaid t n hisof
shelter of the bratowater. the The amount of the aUeged embe- fle on Jan. 80 waiting for How
wintrok III leading oni ta out sea- element li said to be $5,777.45. Mkr. "hen Hown ts ppe o.nthr dobr I
a bdopdarentfy with the-latentiLonof Olaveoe was committed to jail in de w out and he taked if td twi
tanx the strength of the wind out t"it of a bond of 45A00., It is ld. V 4o8y. I said it a, 'ndwe hk
ilde. a The breeze had Just weight however, that thiae bond win be md and o o h d
"mhdto keep hor bie ratt tippti todAy, when he will t'e released. I asked i e wLted to see Taylotr
......... H4.eald he d.Aid not, iowTa -ilr kne*
it, elly Dsmant len tht in hn h wis i town i left 11HoWrd at-th i
itefore the start Sir Thr a4 I ton n e. of s whch la door of Powers' pr e o
Ia.sey, tht o sailmaker, and Colonel s. th alletg honrtaand went around the aftcrootu and let
4h;arman Crawford, vice comiltodore Mrshow r rote h nocence. hm in thtottugh the glansm door. I then
*f the Royal sister Yacht club, boards o t underir too, tha he says the ap. plled down the window blind an. ar-
i4 the challenger whicn mado a mag- parent shortsae is due to errors, A h ranged for the shooting, showing him
;ificent picture, as under her cloud of bookkeeping, which were not his own, the tile.
i~avass she drove past Nothehead. The and that he Is really not short. "I told him that I had arranged so
tle had tahen up a position to send Mr. Oliveroas i widely known n SI a that no one saw hini nter tiawt oice."
:-el boats away round a triangular vanah. He is prominef.tly connect. Youtsey contradictc-d Golden as to
course and everything seemed to here and elsehere in Georgia and f ra having locked tihe door of hi
promise a fine race. The hbamrock l Caroln. 1ofe leading to the anteroom before
thien made a short board on the port h he left for Loulevil&a on Jan. 0,.
;taok, dragging through a heavy squall PiVe FOB UROL.ARt "lDid you come o t of the *0,11c be.
tka, hr lee decks awash. About 10:40 FIV Y orARe, asRG- you oay, Howafdte Bred tho-
. r m., when nearly a mile off shore, Convcted Cha rslesto and Will Go a w rt
went about on the starboard tack "rYes, r."
to tad up to cross the line, when to Atlanta Puison., Old'd't you ttate to Tohti Campb ll,
4 indden gust of wind sweeping out Charteston, S. C- April 18-William after your trial that either Joke Vaaar
tf Weymouth bay struck the yacht and McKinley, Thomas Nolan. m1dward Dibber, 0try Howard, 'Tilow Dick
,a00pl0etely d4smantled her. The Duggan and Charles Howard, tmeebers or Jia Btowsrd, you flid tot know
,wetuer idgging screw* of hor maln 'of*te gang of safe lo'w^ers that oper whih, tred the hot?"
.hroud .and her mast were carried ated r s three statGe lpast winter, have Ptrohably I did, but it was false"
esy close to the deok And 'with it ben conlotded l the federal court "Why did you want to impipate
lWet her spare, sails and gearing in aM sentenced to five yeas a the theae m-e if your 'tatenwa.t was falwt
Stonfused mas. of wreclaage. Atlanta prison, A nd you kO w the nN woret nnoDAent?"'
Decks Crowded with Guests. The trial ran for a wOee and more "My best recollection that this
S.. .. .than one haudred wtnesses were ex 'was rather 4 sa ggestion for Arth.r
fThe yacht' decks were crowded aed The gag cleaned up $8,000 Qoebel, and as he had )"st hi. brother
lth Sir Thomas U1pton's guests, of in norae, an"d smaller amounts tA vas and wnas in trouble, I it4 not wat to
rs and men, and it seemed lpo riout towns in South Carolina. While worry WTa, I did not think it amount
Sthat the disaster a not attended oltbia, t previous to their ar. ed to 1nu6'0, anyway. I d 4 not carve
chy serfou lo r. the. iDepnsed o rest, It developed that the nrisonersW much about it at the ti... calreessly
uet~ O the 1e l bqandered thonisands of dollars. The answaeBd Youtsey.
ouoa weimast swayed a fraction of, Sa ad Jewelry found in th.ir po-. .t -
Second, crumpl-edP up like a tub ai aoulted to more tlu nm 2.'000. CN V TI OL MAi.
Uer and went o board, creating practcly CONVa tTlION OF OL o-h s wedb
as the calamity that the yacht lay s court( Critaen d by iss Hdine,
^ttked and helpless bore thos POUND DYiNG iNl WQODO, a i l^ eW tern

ol ti deck, as otherwise the disaster '. rw .
Sae ben...... ,ul..I.ed thr e.-old.. Irunawlck, Ga., April i$.-W... to T1he NItead ...
asit have ony one U fe was lost, a Brown, a cancer doctor, wh hasMl n, Mis Amtel tiggin i. the prei .
n b of the crew nam.n ed Collier, a ti iB-unewik about. spren mnuths. detn er opening a rees d.4:
... .awofCaptainW wa tow d Ii.i t me woods a tfw miles, .eside SoB eeylt ilteves in the
Mp er-t law of tapta in Wrng. row te A n an unctsclotias con e? rarlak of I eret lmiln< H. Ibaa *
Struck by PalUng Gear. dition. IA. weas toui by two negro right to hs* Opinies, but when be
CotsiTer at the moumaft of the accI- boys, who at op(c Coodfed Coropet ploes ebtittleassem in the na esate-
Itwa. handing a binocuer.lassID- to Jeaings. *..* crim o.l einal sats be gesa, t l1. a Upton sad sttl had the .trow was brought to the t ity sad r. s redes is th father o<
a A his hlIand when he was struck ph7tctera. weVe callIe tI td4 they did what w A m lealMs woei d eal? a large
getneof the tambling gear ata everythrng poseslble Sr this 'wafrtu. II ais. H* to mat the Iwather of s

ginfed overboard. The rattle of Iate san, mit wn^ ee larf faly We have uot
Tbt :hfrttver* Of fUhly Wehav $5eteONOh
i an d wire rps on th. metal of h4is sense: i g e Tfte 1. a.eht csee sutelda fr-o the moth
Ilkitet drowned *ll othet ouad for' xii whi cht *U o e was bo'e etact cease of his death Is to 'j t rt
t h follwal wa trts knownw. Oe'.p.,' ,e t ila t..lt. M rtw 0ad th 5sSn ele
44 dhaup oritdr from capftptt Wriaxue vetsadteaf the es._ 'l They as? s'or. Ia hs hIne. H t iswa^t ad sboat the captath's se M*t lese ;t g wilfe b abuses
mii sparred the crew toIBa* Alsiiter Athamnes-Rmm Mt4'm s*. baa4d Of the 'edi of thi*
:S*Is .c. and a best W n soniot a e gad., A-pill i?-v*' v' poet ;n "
w5IOandud Wimatted *o w saetei sitor Arkatl8p I -
sar imred hMs o." AAt Aatet a liS Dtore ft r 'V 41'tI W 8leXAU.

-wowi. t as

Sotly two weeks, was foruAd in the otei'

tern at hew home In st. UOmo early
y~sterda mo rning. It 10 believed
Sihe committed eulcde. !
She hal left the house, mupMoe.ly
to get a bucket of water, and about
t1 minutes later her moter m laol"I
her, foimd her body In the olitern.
The tank was well ooverd, lesavia a
hole barely large enough to admit
stamll person and It It not believed
that she could have poslbly fallen la
it Is also said that her ,brief married
Uti has been- very unhappy.



Exoution i Jame8 g -.
t 1I Ut St:ler, Mo.l-- |||
Gartrell Was Hp~apd For the Murder
of a CatliIrniaMlMne and W O,* ld
*et Matn In Miasouri U po Whom: :
Death S6ntvi e Was Pass*i.

John Redmond introduce. &tong' Butler, Mo- Aprti SR-D. J`s I .
Horn. Rule Resolution. a Utr-l,'.thie 4s d mudteret,.
tkblin. April 18,-The national con- Donegan, a Cotlord mtnerr, was ianj
Yention called by the Itih League to e in the county A l yatr4 here t'4
-eonaldor the new land bill which ra- About 1.500 Ai"'os if itxqased I
awmbleWd here yosterdar reconvened e.eout.tion, mi0 a coming to tow" .*6l
arfly today in the round room of the the surroundIlng contry. The Rev.
MlanSlon house in this city. There waa Wlltamaoo, of the Ohtittltin hrwtb
(,b:maller attendance, lo.vtew of ( addressed the : ro0w4 ta sthe t %
-4sloundrestanding ino the case of cer- fold before the .ontleme'd m a
t-in !ngilabl papers John RWedmond, tne brought In. 'Dt -1ttr'fll p.4!I lay.@d
cital5.an, Introdue.4 a strong home rprmat(kable nerve at tlt brily to
'ril resolution declaring that the Irish the spectators before the biaci*
iatlto would never saulttlledu until was adjusted. e. stated tai-t h'i 1*4
It obtained- a full me aure of selftgoY* only one hnemyt e ,ould ,not) frgi
bsttiieiot. but would not mtentton his nam
"No substitutes." said Mr. Redmond, Story of h O!e,"
c al oor will be accepted."S
Mr. Michael Davitt brlefly seedNodd Iu MarcIh, 1601, D o l. l)woegas,
the resolution saying irishmme would gold miner tim unltim son, d b; t neglectlng their scred duty to the hero to provide himself with an 0b N
Ctilae If they did not end Ateh a mlUf to drive overland to Oklahonia, .wbet,
ageg to their race throughout the 'he Intended to buy a ranob, H1e m4 a
world. )r James L. Oart-r!l and the latter.'
Mr. Redmond's recommendation Wai Ron,. Wlla. Am arrandrgment w.-S 4O
carried by acclamIatLon. mnade, that the three should dritve ti,
William O'lrle3 then proceeded to Oklahoma together. -
explaIn the various mKiggsted4 amond. I When about. 10( 0ie from KUa$i
mWtin to tho land bill. City the party stopped: to .0pe11d th%
SAn amendment of Mr. O'lnrlen piro night Il a iedsemttd cabin. The thr 1
vlding for eitonding financtil asit.- fen -.ay down to l oto, but oualy
Amm0. to tflo evictodl tonan-ts wa wl ;two youngor men slept Whon i
comed, lbut mrntiy of the delegates wlh., younl"o'r (artrell awook he sIaw
it to W1 further. Iatrlct rlyun,. his father hadk hillted Pozaan by -6
eOthCo .ru'thi 4116of the Unitedtit 4 him 'Iu with. n .-a.-. -he 7
e-u.e a. stiot oi Kgreat birth, with mntmti aid to his falthr: "What di
shilllah In one hand and a broad-brimn yowlu kill him for?"
tnaed' hat in the other, thon Hlauttal "W4'tt-tllse, ,olt, we nooded th:
tho platformT. IlNm appoaram'we croat. moneyy" antAwsroed the old matn.
ed iltughter, Dropped Dody Into Crook.
S1 not," said Mr. Flynn, "t.ramvl T two men carried Donegan's body
15(Jfiles to be laughed at, to a net-.by creck d irooppewd it iso
A few seconds later Mit. Flyr n heoldt h eiryng tfroeelkts oon washed the"
the convention spelloutmd : ox dby od ut the banks, where ift was
traonrrliary uotuonen with a fouid about two. weoks later. 09sp0
Insisted that thq present oc'.. t of clon was dirAeted tu(ward the l artrelwi
homes which formerly belonged to anrid when inveottigsation was umin4ertoo
svi-ted pOe2aanta should thernelves tb It was lharimd that Gartroll held t
evldced. This peoant orator worked team of hore.s -a the ,talgisborhoo
up a storm angalnt "grabbers," but wbern the orime was otoimntled, and
Mr. O'1rlen's more moderate coueoolt t fther and .oft Were Arest. "-
prevailed. -Throughout thl morning Oartroll later confegad that hea k140
Peasant speakers dicused the do t l'onean, entirly .Xoner$lln his aso
tall of the bill with tuitell git tut Inssltead that ht did it In l0rdi
sideration. Suesitlons, as a rule w rt fenomr"e.
passed Without divisions. Juhn Htod. 'rGttroll was the oldest man Upo t
imond and TOrd DuM-aven had an in whom the o tath se (nthee0 has ev
formal meeting .ths morning and ,do been- pronmusc l- M s aoori. He w
cided to postpone the sitting of th, mOR years 4hK. ie was aet tal, l."v
landlrd4s and tenants' wnferirnc, e_,.t.,- A'4 thi age, aid wr*.A l t
which probably willM e held In o)ndon flowinle basrd 'I wa* s QCe W aS.11'
exst week, h.r of the Tata ((isltuer. 1 was
llas Latham Shot ond Killed by Glien ,
BIrmlnngha, Ai, Alrll ..-hrly .rtl'.
before it o'? t-i.k this mwat ltn John T.ay.r Hang#" at Kanes Ciy
" J'avIts, a Well known yo4ng man at s t Pfr Sweitheart's Murdeif,..
town, sh ot and kill1 laIs M. l4.that, Kaa oi-y, A r .l 1-Jh (a
a ttwV4AIIg salesman for a New Or Tay.lor, age 20 yes, w0asa "i--d at -
leans bouse, who ma.e bl, .mher the <'w'-ty jaI this nmsorit for" t4N
T ha phleo, ng of,4.t-r. at tl, 1 ... "
teni s e ta t lll' ri" h- umIaer 1901 of Ruth IfOtfard,. his
tel.n, Tm men' m t t <.qorrr'il"4. fo.rw .-ib rt, .T yo, was b.p. =, .
TwhtiNon viris w es to .ira td an' t the Oth'lk iaaurch last
fvol-er mad r.e tr tim -e h ,t ly Wt the p.
them. Thi latter made htb. -. y t, .pr9oac i utI xi- r, slePt Wrll and
: h botetl bar, wh ose shot havfio tak- e ctin th let irr*eseimrow for h rime, bt
breast, liants suirrendred and 1 : s
te county jail. Hvi, claimed. t .. v4 he was ot wing to
.btle ,he ( 4d IAihas wre quarrlt.,u i .e ofit ~~, .; e
ver 4 e that eistad betws TaK W.. p.o. pted by je a.
them aittba a4tempthd to dhraw s is. mOW of1,114. s Owollat. # wOpkln,
tol,. but Hlania st his out st !.( am of h. Suited -an. l e plan.,
I tbam's body Wsa t.ked up Wa g4 a4 the IPI'4#r teet deliberately. f
velver was fount-I uofnder L.ho' eas Mi 15 Wealt I l Wa- Wiothas for uveral
the floor, but it haba t be 4, d a.s sa ). e ata. s.hot at la-
chargcd With a #il ;#'f*oi\ aeoui4 a tory win:
a1l1 refuses to tell (tf ortci5 do 4fIV ill t W*NR :th 5tt.et as ilpea
eu.,) ofti trtble,,. it gipW| set. b 0 opposite 5t4a~ with t ,.r
defense. LattMam was Ial*RatU1 elet: .
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t .Jget into his (Aek's) boat
S..thrown out. iie o.f them
0 4 1 Twimn, so Aleek wa drownede.
l llj 'o Arties were colored. .
W. andJWd 3. W. Griffin and W. H.
eaie ti of Gainesville visited parents(
|| an i4 friends iast si.ek.
M iS Ltizzie RBain' of-Archer visited
S0her friends, ;tV. MrmesSpires, of this
l'tolQT- Wp.O l i.t Saturday night and Sunday.
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Connections for Panlietto, Maanatee, Oneo and 'Sarasota, on 1, i1
Saturdays, from Gahisville.
Traimn o. 84, eaibord Expresi, drawing room Pullmanisleepero betc
Tampa, Jacksonville aiid .ew York, via Richmond and Washington. i
buled day coaches between JahksonvilileidV Washingto via Richmond. "
tibuled day coaches between ackanvilleand. Washington. Oafe dining
service from Jacksoevlle .
No. 66, Seaboard Mail'day coaches, Xal! 'bggage and express ars
tween Jacksonville and. Wahington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers
tween Jacksonville and vWashington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers
tween Jacksonville and lew York,
No, 55 connects aSt ,arke "or laOrossae, Iaclhui, WUlleb d, Wannee
intermediate points and at,'Atner sWith Early Bird branch.
Nos. i56 afad 67, Fullmao sleeper betWeen New Orleans aid Jacksonville
Steameras 1fr Key West and Havanat. -Leave Port Tampa Shndays, Tu) s
and Thursdays,'l p,i ... :,
MXoiONELL Ast Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, P1
E. C. COBB, Tickt A ent. 0i nesville.

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i~w~ oft to Vt
'~~t44a of U~e

:at. "th WioiAS rot: a
ida, was held at the college Sat`*
meeting was palled for a discond I A
the qliiestiot 'n i. Was 4 .I
4'hast those present hid no ob- ti
tio the State obltaling any omndii.
w) 0
ao a State XUniveetty, bo.t they '
the question of a i ttui :Ubafo *t i
l5itutlon should by lef to pafte o
i people, and resolu6tiai we .
1t'o eto~ eetoc, 'whih w-ill be

VFo Over siGlxtyYears in
Walow. ;pSothing Syyyu had A1 t
sh^dt *ttons the :i5A V
,::ures W ind ealid a
ftodiarrhoa. : I*we hs1.

Iai. There will be no services
_44ji~ j|l ; '44
Anast ih ihst NOgt.

0ie O9rdir for Mai0:1ery.no
041 ^<:^t^nt^::' d
IOltWA continue to boom.
Oio:o gerdreai, but. I, as.
stbptanit^at ^roirtio 1,
,ll^'".; :'iitefl.:.Tt:
a 00010.ldon, tokewti ha 1
I talkt~tg.Mioot dedleure tbat. it
>@fthe osn~t modern platn'aj
r4 in tbe Stote.
I. ,Sivons, treasurer. of the
stated h' u fdAy et a mo3 -
140 od a w ;tcaoton lenac.l
n ordered from, a York, Pa.,
ntorer, witi hI tructionet.oship
tA.ely,. Th'4l machinery will ar-
hin sixy day;, and within thtre.
Ir4' te t incaloulated that
IC Will bertwng. ,Treasurer
10 tibk~ sue r6iptions are

p deiiigl'e of ,be oopany.

4(n ottion **" c
a l ier, the famous
to40a card arid save

40t -s a tonle to the
th aaeriio sce and

i ED N
!,0044q "H 9U"
hipi 1 44 D

i 9n attead4
0%tey of
ort a R*ooth

owbas y **i
V~I Tha
iorw' hose
o1 "t Ie
bald, ti

'Bftopsentl iiar of prominent

,',,E,. Z Y O IE, Mnagfer. .
Pit t at abstract of tt to land bere
tmonere Isorte t o ke o re"rsM for tax
shles ni.ad unoanele tor tgages.::


Worthy of
We cover these i
solicit a

nportant points aiid respectfully
share of your business.

Fire, Life, Accident and lHealth Islralle.

Mlatti ypw r Y*- Agents for the-

Victor Safe and Lock Company
M- WtB kLO il= .Q,$l, Q.-.....
awnetot -- oio year. Sold on The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
th paytentw at sllht ad. ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
v.aue oe rinaipll Rt es. from a box to a bank vault, will save money
: ;y m a"eo i, .r by consulting us. Call on or address,

AND LAND) FOR 8SALE. Information cheerfully furnished. GAIN ESVILLB,'FLORIDA",

ualu e lyioylerda. "_! -" -
-. aietitl nslloeri


L' 1 . .. .
Sreh very Day.
elivore a to A Partsm of 01ty.
sowiwa dtlon Guaranteed.
speocla attention to uCiruase, Minstrels
And-otaM trvelinA troP3els,
:; ,kUUatgPlPartles.ete.
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4: A':|LZ^ Proprietrss

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Jacksonville anl I New York'l
Calling at CHARLESTOn, S. C., both ways.
The Finest Steamships In teo Coastwise Brvice
Clyde New England anid Southern Linesr
irect Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points, -
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound ................. From Lewis' Wharf
Northbound atherine at ,Jac son
ClVde St. Johns River Line
E3etwee-n JAC3sONV1LLI and ANOD,
Stopping at Palatka. Astor, St Franis, r or ( d) an n
Laandings on St. Johns River
Steamer CYO .
ovis appointed to ail as follows .
Leaves Jankon i 3 p an. Sunday, Tuesda0iays and Thdradys',
Lereos Sanford 0:30 a. Monday, Wednesdays and Frid"ya.
l ea n :dlor SCH DI t. ...
S8:45put a .. ....... latka ..........
8:.0, a .J.ekso. .viile
-. 9 0 a nm . . . .. . . . . .._ '.....SI ".. . . '.. ." '
..rJsfo r i:80 aord eland)
GEXno RI0ALa'1oAN1 (K F B VA

General Mn... MP P
THE .i LrouVI D Ge'MM.,
T H E I M L Y Yewi I K .

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evidentt .ThAt t eai e
Liberally Tak^ 0jare of.
ools Will Nsdo Reaiva Lib-.

having been gained at 'Smnp-
it n hours a bount of
ttothe engloni the G. & G.
i branches of the Legislature ad-
F1rirday t noon to visit Pensa-
Iopect' the n'aaf squadron,
t Senator took advantage of the
iitJy to.- visit hi.. family here
E~ tfter.busixess interests. He
e Legislature as hard at
i as usual during the first two
ithe) session, most of the work
sent being done inc0ommittees.
i imber of eight committeess
tibae is thoroughly occupied,
abquired to" attend committee
Osi very often until 9 and 10
i it tight.
I(gisl#.lIon of A general nature
y bet beeen enaSted:, but many inm-
pt measures are pending in each
The committees on penisons
j oint session Thdarsday after-
inand from the den:filient ex-
i' it is evident thit the wid-
44 Confederate veterans will
a'ken care of this; sesiaon
ikLegislature* Strange to relate,
members of the Legislature who
saw service during the war are
ked to be muclf more liberal in
i legislation than" those who
through the war, most of the
ing' opposed to abolishing the'
*?ty, qualification, while the
r4r legislators favor granting pen-
to all veterans whose service en-

uontrao :r 8.t ., VWaits o? GrO
ah t'iMhe eonsra't for seet
ing td tverthln.g in this city o1
thousand cypress poles for the Oai,
vi-e Gs company, to be ,usted i t
n1istrcttion of the outside wol"k, i
'pti that be is making fair prbgrea
'1e stated a day or to ago to M.anag
Oeorge Doig that the work was pr
,gressing very well under .the eiroui
Stances, and,that, had it not been .1
ithe overflowed condition of the sw* n
.where the cypress is found, t'le. tb
would have been almost completedI
this time.
4"In order that the public may knt
what we aro doing, you may say th
everything is progressing nicely," J
marked Manager )Dog, when questic
ed regarding his progress. T
machinery has all bean ordered,: .ot
of it has been shipped, and the day 'I
get the flrst consignment of poles"
expect to begin work."
When asked as to 'the date lie expo
ed to have the plant in operation, u
Doig replied that. lights would be tur
ed on by September 1, in comalian
with tio contrat ruade with the Oel
Thee is a forfeit of $1,000, whiah w
go to the city in the event that t
lights are not turnedon by that date
IOreadful Attack of Whooping Cougt
Mrs. Ellen Hiarliaon, of 300 P
Ave., Kansas Oity, Mu., wrltes as fN

....... 8

A- Pleasant .Lemon TIO nc "
Vr ir x s lG oiitipaltio and appendititis. For indtgs, lo k IH andi
O 'i0ravosi'heO fi. ah'ephsuess nervosuess and heart. lfai*W, .:" ,...
e ".r f.aibs'. dtdfebility and kidney diseases, take Lemn .tlixtrl.
i 0h RLon Rihir is prh'pared from tie frt sh iiuleoflewotiwtonm'
b?(edhi"" lgetble li'r tonics, andl will not fril yu l, any 1 'of the
11R. Yeter d0 v(ilts and $1,() ()attlq ut druggists.
e rare~ by Dr. H y, Atlanta, *a.

Sak I fully edorwe it. for ervout prostratiou, headache, idligostlon and con-
by tf-patton, havi g neBsed It wuill most atiNsfactory results, nfior all rAthr remo-
dies had filed,. J. W. ROLLO.
at ...... Wt end'-Atla, t,Ga.
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lows'; "O.,r two childrent had a sevet,
attack of whooping cough,ione oi.thie,
in the palrpyam df cought ig woou
often faint apd bleed' at the nope,' ,'
trie everything ,we heard o- Withotit
getting .relie. We themi called in: our
famEily doctor, who pte.eribed T10.10lF.I
Honey and Tar. th ""the very fIrt
dose they. began to Improve and we
feoe that it has saved their lives. Re"
fuse substitutes. old by W. Q., Wal-
lace'sdrug 'store.
Gaineasville Graded and High School
TeAm Wins Ovae E P. .S.
The Gainesville Graded and High
Ochodl defeated the Eat iflorida Semi-
nary Saturday afternoon by the score

Shem to receive same, irrespeet -of 7 to 5.
age or amount of property It was one of the hardest contested
It is not believed that many Junior games ever seen on a Southern
;,are notin need of aid would. ap- diamond, but the High Sahool took
ior the pensions, and it is conceded the lead in the beghionitg ahd- kept -i
ti large number who are really in throughout the aenti~ ne., tmg
id arelbalred from reoeiviMg same the Seminary boy :~"4 a g-
hbe present $800 property clause and ball, yet they were. e0idfni "04latii"
ears age limit. It is certain, how- ed if not out-weighted by the .igh
r, that morelliberal pension legisla- School boys. The game was tihe third
i will'be enacted this year. of a series between the rival teams,.the
he schools will undoubtedly be lib- G. H. S. winning the series.
ily provided for, and much good Walks Wthout rutch..
0lation is r confidently expected I was nm h a-fflited 'with solatica,
a thecvarious subjects demanding writes Ed. O. Ntd,Iowavlle, Sedgwtok
lal. attention. Co., Kan ,, "going about"u-n- ruitehit
enator sayshis constituents are ufferng deal ofain. I w i-
Jently i much interested in this duced to try B'tlals'd- sow LinimLont,
lon of time Legislature, as requests which relieved me. I used three BOo
Copies of the Journal are more nu- bottles, 'It Is the greatest liniment I
oi M than at aiy time during il. ever used have recommendedl to a
Sthan a anumbery time during hi of persons. All express thm
Mee. 'He regrets that he has been selvesas being beiefted by i. I now
bie to supply lall who have' asked walk without crutheies, able toperform
thegJournal be sent them, the [a great deal of iNght labor on the
opv tterfoVarLnous cause hav- g 25, ooe a $1 at JohtasoA
filed to supply the numberordered .
laled. The new spapens are giving Had Fight With Snake.
yfll and accurate reports of pro- T R, RBennetti f Lairosse, oe of O
l41igA in both; Senate and House, the successful farmers of that section
iNAhe public Coan keep thoroughly iwas I the 'bity Friday and renewed
i4d through the press. '- subsorlption to The un.
eie members of the present session Mr. Bennett related ah exciting ex-
, egaided, as a whole, as an excep- perlence ih which he was oe of 'th
bily ablelbody of menI some of thO prlneipal, a few days ago, and which.
**4 lawyers and most suo essfu alam net lng hm serious trouble
sness men occupying seats in each and possibly death; He stated that',
ai whifleengagtfd i in clearitig on ofhi.
ltnator MeCreary will return to his ields of blsklberr briar, he ena0u-1
ti* Monday, arriving at Talla tered an iBnimeDse trnocoasin snake,.
""eIn time to attend the recon- II.H hand wass Jst about to gruap the
taog of the Senate. He will not, reptile, which resembled a big tieki,
a:, probability, again have an op- when it made a stdden spring and
letnity to visit Gainesville during Iated to fight. His: nakeshtp W rs
Sremtainder of the section, but.says flnh4 y dispatched, after a vigorous
-ipeople at ,lachusa county. need flght. It measured four feet.
pie o hestancy in writing him upon Waved ths Loved On-es
ttere of public intereak Jlais in ) A. VI t, ewosstle
i way that much of the' bAet legius- 1o,," wites: *I b1eve t l lar,'s
aiWs suggested and every eommunIt- florhound Sy up is u-'r)i to Hery
0" w ll reeive due consideration. other tough m edih..$ n ir l do a:_l
onstration of What Chamber1. as take. My .iati girl wiU
0l0W Co0ic, Cholera and Diar- to take it wrhn she has noi eed for iic,
1t%0 o Remedy C3fo. Baiftd'sHorbdii yjw e he
iciif en'i of this 1plaek '4 e,0 e emm n ,, -. :
|t* yeas a Suffer fromm r hro '. A An t!or,, eth e.ny.
writes .Walden & Martin Re. Ths.' P. Us, recently y e.:.LZP
5, of Elnterprise, ;A. A ,He to the puastor tA of -.te Fir0 t ret -
atin araionus pt*n preparat o terin 0mirch In ihli city fromaw'la k,
treated by physitsia witht h. meivehd note that he wilU boi-
perueansents beeth. A e elsiiU stalled as pastor o S Colic, 0bol)r wi' Thid #111 prore quite att idpor
ed a .y .n ho a a |upss ceremonya, .ot 0

oz^lQV^'8s LIlD0on Hot ]ro)ps
Oures all. oinhe colds, hloarseness, sor o i trot, hromn.hitis, hemiorrhage,
and allfiroat and luig disease. ElegaTnt and reliable.
25 cett t( ruggitsT ls. 'rP red only by lt. H. Mozley, Atlantal, Ga.
,; :... IIIII' ? (1* 1! '!!_^ . '1^ . . ..!" . ...... .. *

*4- ....... .... ... . ., .. .. .. ..i.. w y. .. . .9 >....... ....
For20Yea d r'Ha9 Led all Worm Hemedlas. ^
JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Lou?',*.
For Q1e by Johnson Bros.. Ginesville

L Gainesvil
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le, Florida


You are rexspectfull y
inlitel to inspect our gathe-r-
ing of the

IM-Alen's Buits, '.'rousers,

MT 'Is HatI Men' hbc'es.

whi( ic h is the most ext, enmsivo
aase 'bly of gentllenen's ap-
parel ever shown -in QaiinO-

Endel Broo.' Block.
April sixteqnth,
Nineteent hundred and three.

The clothing shown i
chlksI Bros. & Co., .1i
Ole famous mrnakers of tb
Clothing in -the. World

p -
L ments bearN -
this label:
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A fromn

I."' All
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TY O TO 1, ro0W1Oit ANID ,,4i
U "MAIttUTY. .. .^Sl

nest plamo torts twrtwrr lthcwn e, t*ands it
tunloq.!mI6er than otherS. eo0040tit* tod of, "
bOst nMIati l 4ii-0 doW 018%o V
woathMatwl, b obtittnabli "
tTp t* p ati In every
e uto led . 1.0 :.
Sold by usi eotlnuously for
without shigle failure. It you
want a plano ?or a ltfetme' "
service buy the
MVathxumhe~k, .,Tl
Prltes -. 9 "5Iastt it. h OASlII*
Otish 'r ers Met'it 5 01lB *YRe'
Strim i 'a-, t tai t tWl. -
,,n'-prto ODAi, l. ..- . .. .e -: :' \

Lud den & Bates.%


IMaw~ I*IiIMII fib)


S ailsl, Iron, Wire, Pipe, Fit.
S rngs, Belting, Packlngetc.

) Il ght i n Ci r lt, Hold hi i any

S cet on of Otir CIatatil"e ,

Baird Hardware Co.
0 Al N IVrsvit. VLA.



Highbst Mirket Prlo PelPad.

41 Wt 42 J

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0 1 a &


S yes of Washn
0' ( his professinal
r exhating m sh
Mye1uls 4Ih prosC;% I.
first dose until the stomhe'
Myv exe Ience in ft a generigaIt
I' ank posivethat of all hdgat
raS' 4 my hands: hws proven so

*f its d5ttassing symptoms. regardless

SRt e the Stomactl S

^ll the


~ ~nd All -~
~; and Summer
p e ci ~ I t los.

:iCR n mIoC
Wqral apaas
4LL L u4 r X4

oman of 0ohe 4,O 4ti s

'Zaee N tieeenm oerate. pt i t'
:e xpeots fanoy:i retake, 4p botl
quoted high. '
dr. and Mrs. Miligalij a ) b
peoplee of this place an $4?4 t
1tt Saturday night, .ein
an'; *av indulged in ul'Uail I
,heDn all departed expre8al. th bS
<0Ugord A. Thomaa had ii ,:a
experience one day la~t week. l4
a was driving hotes16,
whe the. homo
apiece and broitatg
R youi.g an wiLO t -
k hair ;3te0000e04

bb`d of'1t Tertra
inav and tfaI. 1



A .,,
"AL Ot.is-,

ke The Atlantic Coast Lin&

V$ Via. via Via
ont 's I lpohnt P. & o.Do0.S o
o irjnl or iSteamship aokvhs
jaoilw'itmvii), Jankasonvillae I Line Wes. V y
Sapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect April 14, 1903.
12l -Opi High Springs, Newberry aid lnter. 4: 4 "
ailmy mediate Poits Di
12:37 pin Ot Leesburg and TamPa -and
Daily Intermvdiate Points n:2 p i
DaOp Palatka, Daytona, Jacksonville -z 5p '
_Daily_, North, East al West
4:D pm High Saiprings, Savann m all Poiiit ,
North, East and West

Rochelle and Micanopy
I7 .
Daily.. High Springs, ltQohelle

atsrohianable Mileat'ge Tickt, good over 1B(8 ie of oe
P al.,way n 'the Soltlh rn Sta ar(on s )ilesi otn ia
T, ,. hrugh ruUman sl.ei er Portai.. t Yo ria p ai i ,b
L also via Atlantic Coast Line and Sia t Nw York,
For com plete intormation, call on al
...Addm J.A GOODWIN, Ticket Agent,.
F1RANK C. IBO18TON., Com'l Agt, I V STA ''.
M. E Y at Ator B ildin.

Tht Charming


pip^inly shown when you eon-
sulut u~ about those Drees Goods.
lIt fact, here you can master the.
touch of .individuality as at no
other house.
We are liow at the height of the
0se4n,. All the different cloths
t. 0r Spring and Summer wear-the
choicest prevailing fabrics in col-
ors and white goods are here, re-.
vealing the master touch of indi-
"viduality which comes from the
personal suggestions aud directions
of our buyers.
Are now at their best, and you
should not fail to see the many
handsome patterns now on display.



i toI v

ox tits

cookoo, in t
S'abank. T,
owrtanoe, i
r;L Robb, 'rt

Is the p$y()
Have /Jet It
woray. It 1t
I patterns, 4
he'^d tt 5S
,kwho diiflts


i t.at the -Bowt
# of six roosi
finished they r
't(5t and moat ;u
fiseot soed it
Ilty of A. 'B.

gA with their

tlor^1iart on:1la
r a^1* '^^'IS^ -S"^ tfi

7uS1, 'F I D M5Zvot a-A 5 '5 'j,4
0lVO.W j14v, te mil na0 1 O0
gI*hti ,tibaslabong t, s b'snes
I:tt.ed i t The row oue. ^ d
A.lJ. 3 tles of Tragler and
Savp of eerry, t~wprom,
one iseti, ,f the *West Zod, wert
W toro thi etonty 4mpItal yes

-Sk,'Vseis of 0rockery, e l5s
S al p. Our new stn totw
,, l U" ekk.ivwleand t..
i'4i;kff' thei ~4 a, .edntall mouse-colored
';?~tN ^ -kbo~t't'8 y'0Lara o1. liberi
or" a for any nomorntion ldi

.. . Viw07d ,itOi
yd a e.h a~rt94, Brown, a
NP ^ wao t .ha lal.a for te ':t we
M 4*" sdi the S0abbath with hles f
*danth Un i~t Wednd
,! Jo': l yesterdayy from W'hite prings,,
*11* n a 4 $ hn 't4 have been recuperating fe
l 9err yeter. pal *tfet day. .
|^ly wi| &latrA to l'er Baggagemaster Wood pf the At
al wep, after oaQS Wine, who has been running
' ple.a.t tsty in this twe- aoksofthille atnd t.' Peteris
has been' itransterred i to' the'
Stiy-p-fWaoahootawaa Spinf ttrars.t run,
94. ths el" yeste r Burkhltn, gnd'; dictat
A t grower he Knightso of Honor .'oflorida
_t4j" f| tth* he '1 pe'ts toMake his departure toda
t ol:ko4-Oat1one Hew.tll ,be a:bp#at severalays.
:,' t rot J, M. tOnilams, Mr. aJ. F
ls of ol a a. H. ,6#4try4 Jr.,an W. t. Thom
Ioelle. obert ar o.. paertd yesterday forTallahatsee,

oue, P. G hsey Merida "oIn1ary. They expect
SKnitght of New.. abatenat until about Wednesday.
tooran:di Lodge, N 0.0 ti

S :. Granger ,has yeste rday for key Wea, where
a brief trip to :mpt. will attend the sessIon sof the
pd sa plonon th po- Lodg. They. l- go KMiai,
ts oty, an epe4 to whence they will proi d by st
w:ttle W.hi the nert -few alter :tio has
n.er serves the c Anr important alteration has
uly has f ied made in the intettor of the store
aa l e will T. F Thomas" Harware and, Seed
ot '1i pan yO. FrdThe offce-, wi ht has bee

. best tui er. a:h:. .oi *an t show w.indlop w.ti
|tI the gr|ti%1catlop IThe Bocky ?etkt aggregation
oa e -A t ....
Ye neMtthg was a ever *prof. M. H. DP.))and, Mr. and M
ectortyur ondidaIteis W. Mpouiald, A. L. Daiughtrey,
utilatt into the mtyw. Orown, Mr. and Mr. O. P. Ci
degree1 "pfasing across and 1). W. Ej. ZBarton. Mr. Bart
..A :.p|rt that .te iosement of h
h s ~non c mbers and cabbage Ia no'

thc Iie R4 $pert orate 'i the PhUta4elphia
AOteOh ue 4n uanm-ru *mew toh 0
gtp fatal of whloh are ket Who says Ph ila4elp0ia I sbC
.4et o3. G Loge, the clevertrtveling
Itor of 0ohn Nix & Co., New Yor
ihtltl, ast ore thS pur. retutxed'froam astings, St. Johns
tt piro o can^ be used ty, "where potatoes grow," He wi

R traasil of ake odext th o c 0. Mr.
tail^ ko as l states th the potato crop I

Ith tprsh0 pan r tl. The Oe.s Ntrlc4 or the o e

e 1tot al invetlott of elated.withO |.Q ZA awho ii

.ton to Mr. Utol5 duties aS ra

CIah*T abepda p ttcrn *f S tad sec






K I i' Oo


AT,^ 4;iri 7.-"Oe of the most sub
;t, 30 *oitho evr taught in

? pat^rospteW hool'to 0ome d,
t 'tshe 46h. 01dwo of th trustees
Stht and4 a14geitumi*iber of patrons and
d1lu frie!a wrf ptresnt.- Thei examfia-
Cton, t' Mlh oeoupl'ted the ftforeno6o,
to 4g shaw24 #.oroughne2s of teaching sl-i
Wo m t4w a, f fip a pub. ".li, so'o..
S:halfpist^ 12 o'clock t e morning
S session olsfedl, after ewhieh a sutnp-.
tuqous d iner was apread on the grass-
adow n enJo~ed by all. If any one think
eronti ladies f this community are not
ihat's good eooks,' a visit to one of their pub-
ti diinnep will dtapel every doubt.
range 'Aifter .i o hours of, eating and
! v- pleae.anttly talking the people were.
e was ealJed to order in' the aohprch, where
they were entertalited by the render-
VWl1s Ing oAf a most excellent program. The,
inent progr am was very wisely and Judicious-
vi-. y chosen with the object of Impress-
day, ig oni t"he children the foundation-
on a1 stone of good character, honoring and
r flat obeying parents, and while Instructive
s line to the children,. was intensely enter-
4. U* tainlng to all, After reluctant fare,
wells all returned to their homes, feel-
*smre Ing thatit was aday Well spent.
ng t0 A Prominent MIPVto t Recommends
AtJ5, Chamberlain's Oolic. h0ilera and
Diarrhoea R medy.r.,
been ev. Franois Je Dav6idon,, pastor of
iroUtt ^e:t. Matthew Baptlt church and
ek, is, president of the Third' District Baptits
family Assoiation, 2781 Second 8C,, New Or.
S"eans, write as follows: "I have
er-in- usrd Chamb r .i' oliW,='.holera
Mr4iM and Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps and
were pains in the stomach and found it' ex-
ir the collent. It is in fact the best cram
Ld. colic remedy I have ever used.
S"Ale several of my phtriahioners have
lantlo 0ued It with equally s, atisfactory
ig bo- results." For saley all druggists and
burg, medicine companies.
tor of Schooner Maglc, Now in Port at Cedar
i, ex. Key, Old Cup Defender.
y for There is now at anchor in the har-
ijs-i, bor at Oedar Key the schooner Magic
of Key Weft, whieh is engaged in
. Me- sponge fishing. The vessel, together
is d.l with several others, was forced into
where the:, harbor by the prevailing high
as t Winds ofthe nast few days on the
to be Oulf coast, and will remain at anchor-
age until the weather breaks.
t hhe Magic has langling to her# quite
o an interesting history. She was de-
O.thear sied as a racing vessel, and success-
ated fully defended the American cup
theyrad against England in 1871. She was
trotm bult at Garden Oity, N. Y., in 1870, at
r a tremendous cost.
aer. Several. years ago the vessel was
been purchased by Capt. John Lowe of Key
of the West, and with considerable altera-
Oom- tlon, was enlisted in the industry she
n 10- is niow following. She is the fastest of
a, has the fleet, and can easily lead many
Idway vessels of double her class.
Iforda .The Magic isa seventy-six feet in
length, of forty-six tons capacity, and
vislt. carries a crew of fourteen.
were A Sweet Breath
s, OC. is a never failing sign of a healthy
3. 8. stomach. When the breath is bad the
innon stomach is out of order. There is no
on tre- remedy in the world equal to Kodol
beanS, Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion,
w on. dyspepsia and all stomach disor-
s, but dera. Mrs. Mary 8. Crick, atof White
alised Plaines, Ky., writes: "I have been a
mar- dyspeptic for years-tried all kinds of
w? remedies but continued to grow worse.
solic- By the use of Kodol I began to im-

k, has prove at once, and after taking a few
cdn- bottles a fully restored in weight,
health and strength and can eat what-
Stone ever I like. Kodol diRgsts what you
apell- eat and, makes the stomach swet.
inaon. Bodlford A McCollumn.
Of the A Lost Boy.
Stle Any one knowing of tht. whereabouts
Sof Newton .Nettle, a young man 19
reae, coffee. a11wcollfer a great favor
acres, by addressing A. J. Nettles. Traxler,
UR- Fla. The boy left houe' on the first
Oe.sn day of February last, and his father
and has heard nothing of him since.

ase. Saves Two From Death.
dv I .I r i"d ghter had an almost
e At- fatal attack of whooping cough and
addi- bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K.
irokl Haviland. of Armonk, N. Y., but
t of when all other remedies failed' we
o S saved her life with Dr. King's Njw
Re- ODiscovery. Our niece who had c- !
mtti aptioin an Madvncet stage, a.b i
aa an aUty she won erfult wed'iine and to
b al.d tihrat and Lung disceasT yield to iDr. t

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h^ a. druatiwst Tr^ i

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Novel ity ~i.
For Skirts an-i i
Warranted Fvast
Linen Waist Pate
Noveltiebsin NOcnc
Special Values ino
10c Goods.





Thomas Hdwe & Seed CO.

Has Purchased Home of Th6os. Cr-
penter, East Gainesville. ,
W. P. Moseley has acquired valuable
property, having purchased the home
owned by Thoa, U. Carpenter, iat t
Gainesville, at present occupied by the
family of W. P. Carter.
This is one of the most desirable
properties in the section in which Kt is
located. The house is a large 0nd0L
stantially constructed one, and Is'ats
rounded by a commodious lot for ,g
den purposes, It is understood th4
Mr. Moseley will not occupy the p"o.
ises for a time, at least.
Good for Children.
The pleasant to take and hart&
One Minute Cough Cure gives Iati
diato relief in all cases of cough# t
and la grippe because it does no
immediately into the stomach,
takes effect right at the seat : l
trouble, it draws out the .ai f
tioh, heals and soothes and *
permanent ly by enabling the Jui-
contriburte purl, life-giving -4
sustaining oxygen to theblo d
tissues. Bodiford & McOoilo.
He Secured $S5,000.
John Phillips of Micanopyi ,0 1
a visitor to. this city a day or.
might be termed a .fortueatej t "t
it must be admitted thathe .h
unfortunate, since by hios'"tort i Ae
had the misfortune to lose...]l 0i
luwer limbs. ,'
Mr. Phil-is is a loi
ginger by avocation. He -
by the Seaboard 'Air. '&
wreck at Tampa a few
was so severely injured. 't-it *
his life lHe entereduis ltaI
unle ago the suit WaS. w

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