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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: August 2, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Volume ID: VID00675
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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xU_ NO. 150 (GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1905' TEN CENTS A WEEK

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to feel the effects of the scare. Theyare GENERAL APPROPRIATION BILL. .

.1ANGE IN I I receiving letters from their traveling CONFERENCES HELD WOMAN SUDDENLY

: men telling of the cancellationof Ceargla Legislator Are Busily Engaged

; FEVER SITUATION order In Mlsxlsslppl l and elsewhere on Important M.......*...

!\ because of the reluctance of country AT SAGAMORE HIU Atlanta August 1.-When the house LEAVES HER HOME

': --- people! to patronize stores which receive of representative- opene d Mondaythe

; t goods from Infected district member found themselves In the

.bar'" of New Cases Reported in this connection there is some criticism paace .Meeting and Cotton ,Re meshes of the general appropriations Disapoearanca of Mrs.

: of Governor Vardaman becauseof bill upon which a debate of several S-uforc; :

4 to Health Officers. I a telegram sent by him In which port Scandal Discus.ied. day will be bad. unless the present Causes Sensation

_'1.'; he commended the prudence of THU- house proves itself a quicker working

t.::ITALIANS, ARE IN DISTRESS alsslppl merchants In refusing to take SEC. WILSON WILL NOT RESIGN body than those which have preceded. BOARDED TRAIN
- IN
', ,, freight: frroo this city. The appropriations bill bar been DISGi S5

Cessation of the President Roosevelt fixed a* the continuing special order.
I
o6ount of the VertBuy R* Wife of the. flan Who Is In ...
";" "" Quarantine Officer at Anniston which means that it will nor'be laid Ra t
Trace: to that Port Many ol coving Peace Envoy. of Japan and?
.' -: Anlston. Ala.. August 1.-Head. aside until It Is disposed of. and It Is Ga., Jail on Murder Charge Le..fl

Are Out of Employment. quarters for J. }I. Achor. state quarantine Russia and Probln'a':; the Charge ol determination of Chairman Davis the State. Between Two Suns
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I "-iaeJppI! Towns Panic Stricken. officer have been establishedat Fraud In Agricultural Department. of the appropriations committee!! >, to citement Is Intense.

'.J. '. Annlston to work Southern. Seaboard I I see that the bill Is sent over to the

,'; ,Orleans.. August .-Little and Louisville and Naeavllle Oyster Uay, L I.. August 1.Confer senato by the end of he present week Rome, Ga. August I- 'Mrs K.

:war apparent In tne fever sit trains between this city and Atlanta eases took place today at Sagamore I at least. Sanford. the chief figure tu .

.11.... today A number of new and between Wellington and Atlanta. 1 Hill regarding the pending Rus!>o-Ja In the bill there are a number of which Is to be caller Tuta;> .

: were. unofficially reported to the The quarantine Is against persons Items which will bring.on a lot of talk Ing. Oed from Itoue lea ut.Aim. .

fof bealtb. The campaign In who dare bee in New Orleans or points anese peace negotiation and the scandals on the floor of the house. Last year Sanford left the cit.,
recently developed In the, s
,iterest of cistern screelng con along the gulf coast in Louisiana or of agriculture department there was a two days' discussion over guise. She left on a Smit1'. '.

and hundreds of gallons of oil (Mississippi. Every person coming Roosevelt at Washington.President the proposition to Increase! the appropriation for Chattanooga due to lei\- .

ing placed In gutters and water into the state are ordered to sign a luncheon entertained at for common schools to $1.000.* o'clock but because:! of an \

jtacles.( Tho large majority of.case list of questions the same u Inquiry Count Cas Baron Inl Rosen who succeeds; OOO. Prior to that time !It had been connection, did not leave H.t

; and deaths continue to be'tie made on the western side of the state. to the United a. Russian atubassadoi SSOO.OOO from direct taxations, while 9 o'clock. That Airs.MI I ron .
States and who Is associated the schools received '
as much
brtow Canalt more
old Infected area Officer Achor has enough men here this train i'l dUgulse "h. ,
with M. Witte as envoy of the from other Su .
sources. far
four of yesterday'a 27 new no dispo.aitlon
only to have one on every train coming In the city cannot II" quest tout t
emperor of Russia to the peace con bun been manifested to
disturb
being above Canal street the state and la keeping up a strict it Is not known whether ,'
[ereoce. His visit to the president the school fund one way or another
e health authorities while freely quarantine.. The municipal authorities In the Pullman or In the com
today was for the though there
purpose principallyfor are some members who
ittlng the situation to be still se- hero declined to establish quarantineon smoking car In the front of i iWhile I...
making think It
arrangements for the furwal ought to be put back at the
till believe that the disease account of the attitude of the city. all
o' call old connected In any' 's
on the president of M. WItte, figure. It Is anticipated. however

';.bt controlled: the opportunities who will arrive In a day or two from that the million dollar aproprlatlon a the cast are reticent it is i 1--

Jl,..w Infection growing fewer as No Yellow Jack on Ship. Europe It is understood M. WItte'* will be given ugain this year without known that Mrs. Sanford l ha- ,

Area of screened! cisterns IncreasAdvlces New York. August i.-The steamerProteus visit to the president will 'take placeon very much of a tight.OeW. the state line and I N now t...y... .

,, came from the board direct from New Orleans, Jurisdiction of Georgia court.i' '
J I Thursday two days In advance ol I Child Labor Bill.
tLlth today that Itaplde parish was declared at quarantine today to I the formal sheriff of Floyd county. If, r

icllned to admit Intp her midst be absolutely free from any symptoms I and Japanese reception of the Russian The child labor bill. by Mr. Bell of has caused the wll le.t .('1'-.1' .

-. pa I from New Orleans, even t If of yellow fever. Pew vessels, even i envoys and their suiteby Fulton prohibiting the employment In the city and crowds art on th

{Mari spent tb. required time l In from southern port., where there la flower the president M on the yacht May.I factories or mill of any children atall corners dUciisslns; it thIs motto uMr
White will be accompanied tinder the of 1:
practically no have such fine age years, and .
"teDUOO camps. fever a to Sanford did not ;>tirt' H. a

liar report come from other record at the Proteus with 91 passengers Ambassador Oyster Bay on that occasionby making restrictions as to others Is set ticket from Rome. This H p., .
Rosen. Secretary as the special order
President Souchon of the and a crew of 73 men made f for Wednesday.Aug. known. She did ot ride on .
Wilson of 'he! department of 2. Whether
agriculture it
can be taken
"
;board of health will take up under searching thermometer tests or any kind of transport
wasvat luncheon as a guest ol I I up or not depends the progress made
_l<;nattsr today with th pParlshltla today. This excellent condition Is was paid on the train.
the president having come to OysterDay _I on the general appropriations bilL If
and with the represetnaof l largely due to the care taken by the
by Imitation of the president to 'i It is I fsljble to get the appropriations Files Her Divorce Papers.
;
the marine officers of the boat at New
-11 hospital Orleans
corps discuss the recent Developments of the I? 'bill practically* out <.: the W.Y.Ved.- Mrs ."Iub'th! Sanford a'
distress la where no members of the ,
beginning to ap- crew were
cotton report leak scandal and of the 'nedaya .e*lon will be given to the have made public the petit.'c f.
among the Italian population allowed on shore four cabin pa...en- )I
exploitation! of nitro-culture which Induced .1} discussion on each aide of the child vorce from her husband "ID'
ring out of the practical expulsionMM ceo,. were rejected.
the resignation of Dr. George T.j} 'labor bill. and this time will be dl- Sanford. who wll be tried nx T.
fruit business from Louisiana The Louisiana board of health
conducted
,. Moore< Both of these cases are under vided out among a number of the best day for kill In K George Uri,* .'

f1 relief. work 1* one of the tasks this examination. Investigation by the department of Jus-j I:I I 'known orator on the floor. There Is Southern railroad ticket .lt''e.,

the Italian societies and cltl tlce. By direction of the president no doubt about the fact that the debate whom Mr. Sanford claim 'hll: M

,committee* will now have to ad Mississippi Towns Panlck Stricken. the Inquiries will be rrnde very thorj t i will prove an Interesting one as there :Sanford was unduly !InMmaNMr .
themselves to. While the six'detention Mablle. Ala.. August 1.-The chic
I I.
a great deal of
ought and If the facts disclosed feeling on both aides *. Sanford claims the 'h,>
order of .the board otlaata. of Lutirel and llattlesburtf. Miss. are of this
should warrant/ prosecutions again at' question. lion for divorce would" ha' a (t.... f .
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It Is epected that all I IAUs. now suffering with a well defined a
the offenders will be Instituted by Attorney 'In the Senate. earlier) but for the rracon 'hv: -
.. which have been operating I cute of panic as evidenced by the lat
General Moody. The senate had clearer not get her paper* prepar'd in .
t, steamers Into New Orleans will I I art ln.tructlons from officials. of those up every
I Meantime a rigid Inquiry will be thing on Its calendar when It adjourned for the July term of court T..' *
their ships to Mobile, and this town to the Mobile Jackson and
made Into all other bureaus of the department on Friday and will have little to tltlon teems with nendatlonaarj: ,'.
Karma
U have the effect of throwing a' City. The road IK notifiedthiit
of agriculture it being the Intentlon command its attention today beyond against Sanford. .Mr! "llrt.J, a
of thousand laborers, ol Its trains must go through Laurel .
many
of both the president and Secretary the llftodd house bills which have legea repeated acts of adtiT! ,'r* ,on "
Italians, out of employment. at the rate of 30 miles an buur.whllt" ,
Wlljpon, to purge the report of been passed and sent over for actionby husband's part chare- that ,
e average Italian here has half Hattlenhurg advises that notlc'k.t.
ala
any taint of ("orrllptlon."ith thl.Kf'n..rat the! higher: house. These are all local duct has been such an to r' '
jtt his family and sometime tlmIren must be sold to that point. Tho
Inquiry the president I i. not measures.The family to want and, aNo:" a1.: 'f.:
number ten or more and with loft. and Ship I Island road has receive d
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similar Interfering In any way Secretary, only general measure of ascunreqtrncP y on one occasion her buabau k
many mouth to feed the head.1"e udvlcea
Wilson which the house has her.
in directing It and the pea*-
; family cannot long remain I In prosdent's
etl and sent to the
confidence senate is that
In
him Is such thbe at providing 11
.a* without having to appeal toHe One Death at Panama.uthlnKton. for
U aurei.( the! I Investigation willdr establishment of a slat. DRIVERS CONTINUE STR KE
\
charity \ August 1.-The Pana
u lop all the. reformatory for youthful criminal
fact*. s
Secretary Wll I
..er the circumstance these Hal- ctiiint( rniniulattlon today received This
a bill
will be
read the
first time
son hall no present Idea of resigning In They Voted Unanimously to Keep us
who are not in the fever district caltU'Krarn from Governor Magoon reportHIK the senate on Monday and and
and even If his resignation waa the Struggle.
(?'taking that they be given ti) .> death from yellow fc\tr were ten referred to
ein a
.. committee. At the
dead It I I. probable that the president very Chicago. August I. NMth t
eot by th.. health authorities InMaltary of stvilc Cortelyoti. a typewriter from earliest it cannot be! taken for
woul.l deeline to accept It up action ulation of striking; 'lea-jsfe's r
and other MuMfotirt: Knu. who war employ.In .''I by the
worjc now goji senate before
.Wednesday
'
.
Another visitor to the president complete and the r(' '-ie of ci.
ji JOA IB order that they may Tot be- the ....111111. office at Panama There was a* It will have to be read on three. "
John W Riddle, of the District from the oppress'oi! of the *
of
o public *cjiargeaauthorltle. was no .td separate da.a. but there Is nothing to I .
war .' l for
who on March S. last practically a sur <
lArriy. wa<
b. are very un Mnerlran ruacmployevet at prevent the senate from disposing of
appointed United a handful of coal t..um.t.wr.ck.a *"*
Htate
ed by the eseeneIng Ihtnuma. hu: 'o\.N"tI.. minister to U during the present wielc.: I
Roumnnla and Fervia.Shot the well developed f
-I! done at the etner I peace.

and they believe that Officers Kill Man and Woman. I
Stockholder Rid. Fr*.. I The coal driver. :15 \ -'rc\' t
,:the results of treatment givenfeeounte Mu.koR.!! ..' I IT .slog -Two deputy Man Through Heart. Chicago' August : .
1.-The Iltlnoit unanlmou!'y to continue rra
known ramtllr will V'nltetl MVN J. Mobile Ala. August 1.-New
uiurvhuln If. NobleanilK. ha* Central railroad : .
company today Issued result the .rnpto, .rll' a--
cocuWnt to hay. their patients S Ki1anlM:; killed J. .:.. Oole- reached here of a cold.uloded murder j a notice*to stockholder
: said
i that the is may clore the des>:
"there. V nan 'auo. one of tbuivalesccnt mn and his .u.. and arrested the.!tr at Yellow }'tree. Ala., last night. a!; gust annual meeting of the company reg I i sand of their former, mwere ;;'

from an attack of yellow twin. ate M t.. y. ors. after a eRDt un number town on the Mobile and Ohio will b. held In ..
I Chicago Oct lg. and to have been r*-- .it -
r, has related his e'p<'rlenco In l>.e.lt York rlv-r :25 miles west ofChecttah railroad. 60 mite north of Mobile l that to permit personal attendance The atrlke with Its red '

; ,,,,bUt' c< rd( for the benefit of his The (virtnanr ha i stolen Hammond Taylor was" standing near of each adult holder of
one or more wagons, also will I rorinitrly
itrymen lie save i wrtea he dl.. horses. tuuleei and carte In the Choctaw the hotel when Jaruen Walton approached .hare of stock a ticket will be I I .

T.re l h."h suffering from the nation They p.i*.ed throughCtocotab and without" & warning pulled enabling Mm her I..U"I .
or to '
travel free All manner of | rottemtem" *-* *
tStel h' f. 'Y..wi' doctor's ah'lt"tt and w>!td *cm>t> of the ttocKTfcr a pistol l and Lot Taylor through the company's tine to oveitho .
Chicago t
and locals fahedo
iit went 11II.\I..t, : to the h-rllal. officer were' p;it on their trail heart No attempt was made to stop Ttie tickets" mtnrn I ..
are good to Chic )al driver In their A*
: fw d":y' l.t. wa! dlca rge..1tally asi and e 'p rot rk. Walton and he passed out of the go during the four days

s'" .1 i It 'lf The thieve were urprmed but fcntghaM. ht town with the immediately
:< a snare othersVV weapon In his band. preceding and the lI0htr :
day of the Five Killed by
.. already t.r, ,i ,,' The women. >. ...H1 a* th- No meet na
1\ be
harue.,1 fn' rra on can assigned for
o' ni tb- the area for the return Journey :-i..work.. Augu* 1 -I)':
pltat ant ....< ttie departmentymnl mtn. beitan to .hc."'it w A''r the oCicaspnwech..t. ti r* trar dy iv>th men are well kn ) 2ts the tick
>
wata are good the four '"'
days
of .!t. J. ... ttr hospital tc Coleman and hi.ar.. the community.O ly following" Immediate dcmtornt of terrific tapsed .
were sh >t dead The son over New!' York "
ad a few da> n,"I"'r.U..1It was not I Its ----
3x,rd. The officer who .. noon five person we''
',generally **"'hl i "mo n g ..rientist* .IK.: U. k'lL .pew Attends Co.nmltt. .. MeetingS Flee Persons Injured In '
fuulll.tr with >elU>w, f. \. tag went' In tfaula.. wr.*. 'fc:.r made Wreck.JnJIet lightning and Instantly *
r 'hat on the .'w York Actual F.-United. t+ta "
e* .
trnsnist 1 .'
> character of tr*..tiu-ur ,. a telvrt| to he t'alud Mates C't-mmf!,e. -five persons were .rt0u2ty fajttrel
<'n.S.
f Urge Senator: Oxuneey M t)epw aitea e4 ..
ek.nerat w* j n accident to aa east bath. Coney 1.14Dt t'
b the death ,
rate amt ,
"' h
" the tr* ,_ today's m* iiion the Hack
' .....t provided In th.< ? Islad railroad one man wa 1.111. 1 s*'
h."pal! U Is I of the KqultafcJe Life ,\*"ur. inlay about a tulle wist of J. at Cr..04 r-
'Chought that there ran I.-. Cholera In British( India vU prostrated
i
' 111".1 re- are. "'.cloy Tat canm..re w*. /jtt t_ It t. thought sass of the injured ---- '
i 4*ct Ion made In lb. death tale MaJra. llntlmh ladle August 1 -.1
aat alttM wh
ag epsilon t *fc hour n *t us wilt de Th 'rain was abroad B14ehipw .rta of' Cst
tie Italian. serious epidemic' of cholera
prevails
<'OD.101l Senator lkept'. **:4 Ih.ataJ .H.Soa due In Chl .*t> at ? 55 .
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.1D.. -
\ s : Pttlsbarg Aognf
tXTit1
the fe lI.c b.r. I. r.&J'! '> an',>tv* the rrf.ttr** from the famine be had not resigned. a. dlr-<'<:ar a: Tae accUteur occurred at

arrowing wore "hopeful there ;s .. .\AI., r1ckrn' d'rtrltta who have. beencrowding had no l luteetioa or doing I a nwltcawj this vicinity 8aonlytoav
f'uatly -taU'11UlD l 1c11 had jtst lakes ofy*>*<4 for .. rU In. :h-
! ao abatement of the excitementMAlcky eta for c'"ty for we.4ale ptN a ra ed a *
Uortoa *(ate4 flat aot iag had
> oe- worn train at a paver *
Isar pit. The.la. beat for "'Jt'tac. J
f..lI.c pater *
u tae ucbr of vtrttitti have be
( wed
retrya a < ratted at the tta..ttni to caagtor s. .
of ,Louletaaa aav4' MUslaaiItRrsMa tae. .* tralm ra cot tee star tea dt. DtUlott ...>.*<* of coalansth
dead 1'tae >
Ptt&g w dying w ett+rta, ktan* w a. nlaltooe. with taw Dais Ut-
; **H 1g tfc* work traiuI A.
) rar.as.. nab .aola.C'
.l.-i aa death rat. U >**,T pee tatty
'. .,. ... ," ." -.1., 'I'.J," tbowtM.t p t- ,. ::;t-.. .... .tat a. r Raam ew.- M tpa+a .... .auat'wt8 le hens t..ltlt .
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i :. THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, AUGUST 2, 1905



z w GAINESVILLE BOYS WIN TJHE UNIVERSITY I NORMAL. I I. ELDER RAWLINGS IS GUILTY. (


.th. dame,. of Ba.eball.With High School. Has a Large Enrollment and Is Declares Judy mow Murder Trial

Springs Tuesday. Doing Good Work.The Now Ended. I

Abe High Springs bail, team mat de- Summer Normal which is being Valdosta Ga., August 1- The-Jury la''

;..t the hands of the Gainesvilleplayers onducted'under the auspices of the the trial of J. G. Rawilnga brought IlL'|
of Florida is with a verdict of guilty without rvcommea .
on Tuesday afternoon In a Unh'.r..it meeting *
7well played game. The High excellent success, both as regard *nollmviit datlon. The prisoner, hLa wife and He that knows

i boys Dad to pat in a number of .. and the efficiency of Us teach daugatera who bad remained by hi* ,

lies; ,which made ').lr players ngs. The faculty I. composed of th"-se aide received the verdict without emo.
*"" glgaotta la slxe om- who are among the best 'edoeators In tlon.The and knows that he

lataesvtlle team. Fol. heir respective" departments in the conviction of J. O. Rawllng. the
State with the result that satis father of Jesse Milton and LeonardKawllngs.
D..ap of the teams i very
knows is
,'IIs.ttDp-Ch.ala. e; Mlxson factory work Is being accomplished whose convictions had pr. ,. wise.Follow .
lb t. Dfvldson.2b O.teen both the faculty and students m.nl.I..tlns ceded his removes the entire male
;
membership of the family, should
as .D.U. If Rowland ef a deep Interest. [ the
. ; ; ; verdicts of the juries stand. him.
The enrollment of the Normal willow
I, The three son and the
'rllle D reach In the neighborhood of seventy i negro Alt
,Gannon,c ;Newbern Moore Arabian
were accused of Pr.
killing the
x4Cnnon; lb; B. Douglass, 2b; which Is Indeed remarkable con young Carter children, and
the rath
r, 9 b( Simpson ss ; McCreary, If; derlng that this is the first year of ere J. G. Rawllngs was "
accused and
'J : ...., ef; Asber. rf. the Institution. Other students are found guilty of Instigating one of' the

Ot r ll'._ Score by Innings. expected soon. ; blackest crimes that baa been recorded

I:,.....ID..O 2 0 0 1 0 0 0031..130000037 Ordered to Illinois. In the history of Georgia. He that knows
(/ Four of the convicted men received
' E. D. Stanford, special agent of the
no recommendation to
mercy, and under
United St.te.l.od office who has been
i: iwo teams will play another the laws of the state their sentences
making his headquarters in this city
:..i 9iSO sharp this morning at necessarily must be death on
: for the past few months, has been or the
to this eh,. Red Mizion will gallows. UneedaBiscuit
:.Mi.* box for High Springs. dared by the department to special One of the Sons Leonard will receive
. work In Illinois, and will leave for his a life sentence
*- t( In the penitentiary r
,Standing. of the Florida Junior new field today fie expects, however -provided, of course that sentences

j':.as banded The Sun by one of o spend a short vacation at his homeIn are passed upon the men.

'art. Is aa follows : North Carolina before resuming his Seldom have so many. faced the extreme .

'r4''- Won Lost Per ct.'IUe. new duties. penalty for the same crime and

. 6. 0 100f. Mr. Stanford has made himself quite Interest" In the case throughout Geor.

. . 1 1 .50 popular here by his clever and affable gin and the country has been deep.
"-; . a i .00 manner and his friends will regret to and knows that heknows

Springs . O :2 ..00ISTICE are him leave but wish him well in his Cures Sciatica.

J new field. They hope to see him again
Rev. W. I..
Riley L. L_ D.. Cuba,
COLMAN'S COURT. In this territory In the fall.Administratrix' .
-"t':" New York write' : "After fifteen daysof

and: Little Placed Under Heavy Sale. excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism -

Z bond to Keep the Peace under various treatments, I
The public will take notice that I
was induced to try Ballard' Snow Liniment
"bard Little was arraigned In Ju.* will, on the Oth day of August A. D. Uneeda
the first
; application giving
,Oolman' court Tuesday upon thee 900, sell, near Campville, where the first relief and the second entire relief.my
of attempted assault with a same Is located the personal property
I
give it
can unqualified recommendation.
Uy weapon upon the person of of the estate of J. Jacob Godwin de -
.?'Lc. 60f, ll.OU. Sold by \\ M. Biscuitis
rile i Polite. Polite who caused the ee.lled. consisting of one saw mill boil Johnson. .
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it to be Issued declared before er and engine with bnttiag and edging
Midsummer Rates.
>ort that Little "came after him"a saws, one blacksmith shop and tool.,
gun a few days recently and on one commissary and goods, one shingle Just at this season of the year all -

i occasions had threatened to feed I mill, one grist mill, seven mules. three those who have not had an opportunityto well fed.

:bastards. on his carcas. After log carts complete, 330 logs"'on millard go away' for a short vacation are

ling the evidence, Justice Oolman timber leases on about 1,500 now thinking of the best points to go

Little under a peace bond of acres of land one there. As usual the Atlantic CoastLine
implements and other personal. Those

rile Polite I. now under bond desiring to purchase same will be pru. will operate their annual mountain .

...' appearance at the fall term of cut 10 o'clock a. m. on said day. and seashore excursion on August
"Iroult court, charged with assault MI.HMIK F. Oonwiw Administratrix.A 10th. With their superior schedulesand NATIONAl. BISCUIT COMPANY
their train service in general and
"leb'reS Little and his brother and - -- -- -

ing them over the head with a rail. Touching: Story exceptionally low rate, this midsummer -

; coupling pin. on the Gainesville Is the saving from death of the baby excursion will enable almost anyone -

'Gulf Railroad a few months ago. girl; of Geo. A. Eyler Cumberland to visit the r.**orin in North Georgia

Its. ) was arraigned In justice court aide lie writes: "At the age of 11 Tennessee and Nurth Carolina.The .

required to give bond for his spice months, our little girl was in declining rates to Norfolk are exceptionallylow. 6ri6as Crackers

to the higher tribunal. h..hh. with serious throat trouble There will he special' train sere Mfer TUB Rc.K
vice over the Atlantic Coast Line in
- - and two' physicians gave her up.Ve
THER PROPERTY TRANSFER. were almost in despair, when we re. I both direction between Jacksonvilleand Social Tea' MsoiH

----- ..veil! to try l>r. Kind's New Diseovcry I Norfolk -throrgh sleeping ear scr- Se
B >
U Becker Purchases Land, end Will for vice. In addition to thenlow. rale, MSCL'Y"DE
cobKhs! and colds.
consumption
> t j Out Up Into Lola for Markel. The first bottle gave relief ; after take which will be supplied on application

,withstanding that It. A. Itt-ckrr InK four bottles .1 he was cured, and is to lh. Atlantic Coast Line ottlctt. at

Ita soon to return to New York now in perfect health." Never fail to 13HVst lUy street, Jacksonville{ ,

'aoeept a position. mater of aihe relieve anil cure a cough or cold. At there are excursion rats beyond
retains confidence In Ualnesi .. nil Washington' making cloe connection
drug stores ; (On and $1 ; guaratticed. *
i and Its future, a. Is best demon Trial bottle free. with trwins from Florida over the Atlantic .
Coast Lint fur all point. in ins
i by the fact that ou Monday he -----
terror New York. In addition to this t .. .
Meeting of the Boards.
--
-
based through J. W. Pattou, as all of the steamer hues leaving Nor - --

It* i tract of two and one-hal f The court house was a busy scene folk for Huston, "ro"ld..ne@ New York LINE
of land near the UniversityIs : Tuesday both the Hoard of County llaltintoru aud Washington have very

r Jonitimslnners and the School Hoard low rates. __

Ft Is the purpose of Mr. Decker to bring in regular monthly session The I f I Summer Tourist Rates Via Atlantic -

!e this tract Into nine lots, which usual routine of business was trans Coast Line.

I be placed upon the market. They acted, an account of which will bet If you contemplate visiting summers

desirably I located, and will tit Klven in The Sun when the .(). resorts see ticket aitent Atlantic Coast.

Mil readily at the proper time. complete their work. Linn and R..t.n information with ref

kUs> Mr. Becker will be absent ereuce to rates, routes, schedules and

,the elty a great deal of the time. HsrblneHendttr .Pullman service. Summer tourist rates

:Will be glad to lrs.rn that the the bile more fluid and thushelp are now in effect mall the principal re-

will remain here. the blood to How ; it affords .. throughout the country with re.
.
< -- -- relief
prompt from biliousness, lodi turn limit October 1-t. Rates have
May Fever and.Summ.r Cold ...\10"{ sick and nervous headaches, been announced to all springs, mount TRI-W :mSLrB..A.ILIN"GS: :UL'TW IL : :

aNu.hbaum. lUteavllle, Indl and overindulgence in food and drink aln and seashore rtsorts. For the first Jacksonville and New "Yorlc,
'Wdteei "Last for H. I., Caldwell M K. A T. l{.
R.
year suffered agent time roundtrip tickets are now on sale Calling CHARLESTON. S. G.. both ".rl.
/months with a summer cold soling Checotah. Ind. ler. writer, April 18, to rvvorta in New England: territory.
that it Interfered with m y 1003 "I was nick. for over two years 'The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service

1 111ad many of the sympf with enlargement of the liver and
f hay fever and a doctor's pre- spleen. The dootors did, me no good .Clyde) New England and Southern ] jltlP

[ lion did not reach my ease, and 1 I and I had given;: up all hope of being lOUISYIlltlltillVILlf 8 Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE DOSTON antPROVIDENCE

several medicines which .*.mC'd cured, when my druggist advised me and All Eastern Points
OIIll aggravate nty case' .Kortun to use llerbine It hat made me ur.d Calling at Charleston both ways.
luststed upon having .01.,'s and ..11." :1,01, ,. SoKl tlJ' IV.I.1. Johnson
ley and Tar and it cured me. M], B. R. Bn"'IVIE: : ..YS AXLING.%

I has since used .'01.,'. ll.nev and __ __ Southbound. . ...... . . _. .... .....>rom Le.....' >% harf 1.4
*With the same *ueoe: ..," J 11 V o' Attention. Voters. Northbound .. ... . .... .... From Foot of Catherine St.. Jack..
m ..1L Co. I
We wish to inform the patrons of
Funeral of Mr. Ward Very Low Rate Round-Ttip Summer -
The duo that no vote art allowed f In Clvde
St. Johns River LineMt..n
i funeral of H, l.. Ward th. death the Library contest on money paid for Tourist Tickets

;Whom ucourrrd .t his home at <>rHeights advertising In The Sun, Only those J.-.GBCuoM'vtL.t.ie! sand SAN"'OHI .
On various North I Stopping' Palatka. ,. 0
aledaily to r *otts Astor S Francis Boresford (Laad.and Inter
:Sunday was held Monday.Interment who pay the som of 113ft or
over onsubscriptions
..
limited
andVe October SUt to teeturn Landing on St. Johns River.
e Ming: In Paren Church to The I>akly dun or those including Chicago. Milwaukee, .
tetery. near Oratidm whc pay rash for job printing will be MlaneatMili.. vets Paul. heater Colorado Steamer 'CITY OF JACKSONVILLE'1s :

"*Dsteeasd was well known and j oj>u. allowed to vote.Tho Springs Pneblu.Kxtrvn appointed beau| as fallnwi Leave JACKSOXVILLB:' rtuwl.y* '

In his section and lus fire will t>. .. who pay 11.23 will be aHow J ely low rates to Portland. sad Thursdays !.i3O p. rn. l.sturning. tests S.4IrO1iIt )lo..H7
Or account L...!. A Clark C.n..a. f'\J P..s.J'i and t"M.Jt.:3).o m.
..atly felt. 75 vote for th. organization;: of thirchoice + et++uee..t '
alai also Francisco
CxpositioQ to t aa
i
,Tae funeral was largely attended : $25&) entllltag: them to :.VUvote .. KCHEIJ.1,1LE
*i
Lvl>ecea..--d was a brother of Mrs. U..... *, and $5 will entitle them to and Ins AugelOnly ... Lave .1 ..in. . . . . . . Jacksonville. .. .. . Arr s ,
..J.nab of his eU,. to whom th.impathy fail vote. II.. operating thnrogb sleeperslnrsa ..... . . ... . . . . .Palatka. . . . .. .. . .X>'.TB 3
I -- rtanda to Chicago. .
of friend. is.st.ndrdcuusuillAact. I Fiendish. Suffering: Only line operating: throagh sleepers : : : : : : :. : : . :::.sa0am , .-.i. Aitor Frsa,i.:: : : :::::::: : : ::.

- - Is from rlortda to St. Loute with dioiaccar . . . . . .. 40.fordCO'LaadJ..... . . .
often caused ulcers .
by sores, and.cancer
I "rvic \rri..aao., . . . .... $.nturd ..... . .. . . . . .3
., that eel away you ratioVm, Through *slepra to Califor ill ll0 ., &3
tfuri : ass -
.
,
= Eal.e1"prNoe ...........
tUd.ll of Flat, ttoek. Mica.. says I ala Kr. vtfblialeceaaJr-rart. Fita.stcar 1
t have used nu......'. Amie 8alv frj' o sVTvte.. la the atoalh. I GENERAL-AM. ASP TICKET OFriCK. to "" BA.T HT._JACK.'

rats ... for Ueks-M via L. A N. P.V. 6It..AOM&........ ____ "
.. .
and & .
.J
eor It :
'M Gses .n. ean la ;
+e. ftr a Tastee 0.4. ..- sad sehadaleti to ay pot LWass -. .. ,. b....... ,' _ # ".. < .,-. ... ...........,: "wr.1..O"
.
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i :.s beat b ealla ..,..... 1 ere, .nail Itlr "' << .. .. y
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V
,w THE DAILY GAINESVILLE+( FLORIDA,, lIKJUSO?' '2, 1905 '

..
Cat-._" -11...._-_...-... ',l}., j1z.

THING PLAYED I'M.' i A traveler In the upper Tuugta pror I j 'b1:1.an.ec1. 1B7 :' '" \ ,If .. .',

laces' of China found in the town of j .
.
HAVOC MONDAY i lSS" N. Norton.t i dan Btnganfu who keep many up communication Chinese Mouatnme-with j Trill.IF.IP -L"-L'O3Sr &crEB < '.

their fellow ".
religionists of Arabia
A
I
Gainesville :

'''etJnesvUle-Ono 1ICluses Were Struck DS3 in East- ; .Library.Circulating.... I missionary for quarrelsome' years' declares who much bas that glveu Uvetl they amoun to are boasting them very :s A :&:_ l.


-- : of their Turkeitau origin and lu spiteof
'
). CARTER STUNNED : Only the Latent l'"pnl r Fldl.... the prophet Injunctions. drink a Do a a.n.rel": to ec bav ana sea lor.ttn sad Doastte Etelaate 1.
s. L. i great deal of wine Tbls 1 I. usually thecsae The aceoeataof hanks:h.aa.neon'oe lone, tatn.r.ae.rebsats and oilers
I r..t..1I' o. '."w.II1.8..1.., f 011.1.
I with ae to .a.al\4r .uUtHnIOGII oa WI! +
f l."bloMobawmt"hlUA.. In .....
:'1. far Some I .eo..ubte vot.tsla tae Ua.1ae4 B' ,
Lady Wa Unconscious SPECIAL SUMMER TERMS lOoT 1 Ellnganrii, and more especially In Kan-
MrU. But Assistance Was Soon on I > r week: allowing three changes diirItur sob, a feu of their spiritual teachers
the week. Ilook mu .ped Homa *
lund'1 She R cov out over one week WILbo.a' reDe"m. I
I are
occaxumnlly visited by Arab or
I jsdgt Amow Suffered a Big Loss.mag central Asian uiollah. who. follow the
.
f' heavy thunderstorm 4nL old Arab trade route by way of llamU

.)Mcuoa the Monday afternoon which Excursion to St. Augustine and by which propagated the Arabs their faith.originally Thv traded e mol- THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.,, Iict: I

t_sot the most severe known here The Atlantic Coast Line will run the labs visit every country lu the east KSTABU&lrCD IMA. ,..
"ral *heTi'its lightning played I excursion to St. where the
,, saves Augustine as announced followers the prophet are The question
.eially: in East Gainesville August Sin, Train leaves to be founa and keep up the u.. of the Renders reliable services of every sort along the line of
] miracle that that there I Gainesville at. 1 :SO p. m.. arriving at faithful with, Islam. As they often I of Title the Land Titles In the State of Florida particular! .'

serious calamities to report.P7Sjd St.. Augustine at 6:15 p. m. Fare for I stir wp (lt!<"atL factlou and foment disturbance AtaOjhna cOlin')". ?

L. Carter knows how It round trip $1 So. Agent Goodwin : against the! Chinese authorities first! consideration -
,: says
.i to t* stunned by lightning.. the excursion will b* run "ralu or the. Utter regard them with ausplclon. forth SPECIALTIEHt Abstracts' Titles} Tax Sale Heartbeat ,

&>|>seated in a room 1COO East, Ar- shine" Agents for > nIle ldeat Laud Owners Flats or Ceentlesr

*m street, the. lightning struck the. flow Swallow Drink. investor. Towns, Ete.Referenees.

dene*'. Th!" lady was seated at a. Gathering Evidence Against Hoch. Of ('0\1,.-... we know that swallows - -

( writing in the room .struck and Chicago. August IT With the possl. drink as they" skim over the surface of First National Ban C' or Gainesville. II. V.

'.rendered uncon iou,. Miss Flor-, bllity of Johann Koch the reprieved water.V't' have sceu, bow here and Dutton Oo., Bankers.

,Anderson, who was also in the murderer securing a retrial and an thttht" water' rl plen on H pond
suspectedt ,acquittal on the charge of when. swallows are gracefully skimming
,.ie, but In another room, murdering
to tin.t fro. One day I sat down
Carter was Injured and' Mrs. Marie Woelcker Hoch. the
Mr authorities
heidi n small foul where .\..n.InJ '
pled to her sssiitanoe. She found of Cincinnati and St. Louis; every ABSTRACT
( many barn swallows came to bathe
lady Icing upon the floor in an unKIOUI have been In communication with thestate's and drink on tbe surface of the glassy & REALTY COMPAN' .e

condition. Other assistance attorney's office relative to the water. With sketch book and pencil in

..luomoDed.aad after time Mrs. crimes of bigamy and the murder thai hand I clonely watched the blruX and haoorporsr.dl '

.rterregsined consciousness. Friendsthe Hoch Is said to have committed In 1 you may Imagine my delight to nee Just

( will be glad to learn that those cities. Even In event of the how tlioy manatrtnl to touch end dip up E. E. VOYLE MGR.

i hat experienced: no inconvenience condemned man escaping sentence already the muter IIH they came wlthlu a few Ab.traot* of Title and full Information furnished regarding lands la lb

i her experience, but It was a close passed upon him It is said that stepa of me. You *ee. the swallow county. Our manager has lived In this county thirty year anti
iud..t'd. enough prosecutions here and elsewhere taken up M ater In Its lower bill lust as is thoroughly. conversant with land tlth... ,ti
.n confront him to you would dip up a little water in a
consume. several
Arnow's Home Damaged. spoon or In the hollow of your baud -
years term. while you irtldctl over the surface' In a E E vLE:
E! Lightning: : struck the home of Posttitter :
' Gf'orlttl:1. Arnow 700 S. CartertlIret boat. Only the under half of the openbill r
| One Man Killed In Wreck. touches the water. If tbo upper PIKE ACCIDENT. UDIIGLAUY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. a

, completely' wrecking a portion Chicago. August l.A: broken axle ol half "'(>1'011110 to touch the water venting a number of prominent American<< and ton: < and causing damage to REAL ESTATE AND
CITY
dthehouse LOANS.G. .
a wheel of the smoking car caused the WOU.T bo forced out on either nkle iu-
hfes mount of about '000. The light- wrecking of the California special on stead of tx'lug SCOOIKN( up luto the bill. Ga.:1..X1.: e-v-LJ.l..e:: : r s F"Lort.da

[ me entered the cupola and found its the Atchlson. Topeka and Santa Fe I -NIcliolus.: .

into every room save one. A railroad at Lemont. last -
nfght. when
['tKtrj in the dining-room was corny one man was killed" outright four persons .A Lake That 8tor*. ll.*t. MERCHANTS & CO.Retailers ;

demolished and the bed in fatally injured and a score of There Is a lake that stored tbe sun" .

[iVtmaiter Arnow's, room was struck other passengers received severe in beat at Mexleve. lu northeastern and Jobbers In "
Trannylvanla. Thick beds of rock salt
partly wrecked. Fortunately. juries. The Identity of the man killed
underlie the district, and a similar formation

ere WM so one at. home at the time, Is still In doubt but he Is supposed

'suke result might have been more seAN > to be John Orugelre. an Italian laborer mound.appears sore. of them upou over the surface 100 feet In In Staple end Fancy Groceries ,
Itoo. of Sunny Side.Prominent. ,
height.: Among these the lak reata

ENJOYABLE EVENING. at fully l.riOO feet above sea level rain finish Seed sad Farilllztra.60DTH
Farmer Killed. Upon the surface Its water la almost ,

' Macon Ga.. August 1.-A party of sweet, four Incfa. below there la SIDE SQUARE. i i i GAINESVILLE PLOKID4J
[Center Lodge No. II. I. O. O. F., Hada friends that had gone out to search twentieth of aalt/ at two feet'there laonetirtu.
Highest market price paid for Chickens. Egg and other i
Prvdoee.
Sumptuous Spread. for James Jenkins, a prominent farmer scat at five feet the water fa

Center Lodge No. 11, Independent living near the Old Macon and At. prnctlcally Maturated with aalt. In
Order of Odd Fellows has always entjtjed lantlc Junction on Swift creek. 6 mffles September after a summers sunshine,, A Complete stock of Hay Corn O..s.P'lour. Bran, Meal Cotton Seed,
a reputation being up-to-date from Macon. came upon his body late the thermometer showed: tbe lake'swaters and Rfe. W.. handle only. the VERY: BEttT goods a. tae LOW. 13
to bo 15O degree four fee EST PRTOEB. ana guarantee satisfaction al.mft. .
Jh whatever its members undertook this evening lying In the road where ,
. _..... .
down. Even by April after a whole .
he -- ----- - ---- --
|lad the spread and smoker at the con had been shot dead from ambush - - "
>elusion of the regular lodge session while passing near a clump of bushes season of wintry, weather It bad oulyiMeti >C sT.LIBZ.2Q337tID 1000.
reduced to 8O degrees. Expertuiouta
i Hradtj evening was no exception Tit. 'pTP. have proved that this Is due :

>* The attendance was large, and those Great vigilance has to be exercised to absorption anU retention of the sun"* H.F.DUTTON&COSea .
,,"'""at had the :
privilege of seeing by the antiquarian painter. This was beat by tbe silt ntnrated. volution.CASTOR .
,work in the Second degree conferred ini 1
demonstrate by Sir Laurence AlumTaileiua -DKALER8 IN- ;
.
.
i,toiatere4ting manner by a good team *.. picture The Finding ofMoses.

: .U the conclusion of the lodge see ." Larking at the picture a well IAFor Isle: .. L COtto
taon the brothers Joined In a fine known botanist examined with admiratIon
spread in the banquet room. This the painting of the lifelike larkspurs Infants and Children. };

[ K...1 consisted of Ice cream cake, which form the' foreground and The Kind You Hare Always Bought sea Island Cotton Scod, Bagging and Twine. Wal
a!,., then turning toward the artist and Leather in SldoB.
[ sandwiches etll.. and it is need- Strips or ;;
congratulating him the successful
on
fcaj D '
the
to add that it ara
was enjoyed. M. B. rendering pointed out that I.rkpunewere :).
"iSsBodr. wa the principal caterer up- of a comparatively recent growth SiYaattan off ( Manufacturers of the James Doig IWIrovcd Eng]

i "m""thit OCl"uiun. and as usual did him The painter laugh MS b. 'eplle ".t4cJI - Sea Inland Cotton Gin and Supplies for Same.GArNESVILL.E ;
,
rou.l\ 1 He was ably assisted. In this thought until dried! specimens o The' 11_t .icemen/e Pe.wt1... .11-

Pork bJ.\ M. Cushman and RobertTb them were discovered In some of the Ax an luatllll' of tbt Jealousy existIng FLORIDA U 8 ,/

keCiellan, recently explored:: royal tomb of In the rrlntloii' between Norway --- - . ." .-. --- -_.___ _",o .
> feast wa followed by a smoker Egypt." and Hweden It rosy be noted that the -W-b..ec.. in ISToodL of
lad '!! .. .
a'toR th"r the evening was most boundary Hn between the two coast
i. .:'..'ntr! pn"ed Yl.1.F. tried La'the iiuMt minutely exact In
away. Mother (reproachfully, to her small 1
touched
Europe. In every pariah : by
CARD FROM MR. ROGERS.ftfi son)-Jamie, where have you barn all 1 the line there In dt'i>oted! an elaborate JOB PRINTIN t

I afternoon plan which 1.. renewed every ten
I Jamie uneasily/--.tt. Smwlny. ..:haul ,
(
of the Condition His Little Son, years', the whole of the work of .urveylug. :
mamma etc .Hna carefully repeatedeacn
M '
, 'bra. at Tallahassee. : Mother-Tbn h.,w l Is It y.uu are wet UmeI":1r-J"* *. Macasioe.Q Sec..d 3"oiiL37 Order jo
Ed.
tor stun I of flair?
i I haven't time to write an lIan.1l1tO

>' .trj T r who may inquire a. to the I Jamie (In .lf. p. rntlon)-W..ll. you ..|lllr. mm* It*. S.>.-.

-111 ft..f sad accident which hap- see. 1",4. tM*>ti Mtu.lyl a about Jonsh One of tt.. liurro ...f an Intimacy between THE SUN JOB OFFIC
) and tie wbul. and-wll- I guess It .
't.4 I r mi'e two |wr D. It boy at this place on came off on niy clothe*.-Harper'sWeekly. that the then lorn1 tbe woman foe gaa .- -.... -- -- .. -_ -- '0 ._ __ .. _ _

'. t -I say the Itlot he does runt envy, and the wowsappreciates a
, f.r :If ? statement In your pa- tn.* man fur '|u lltl*. ah
.
, It 1. RrUy w" correct. The extent Laek .I r.reepet.e.'Iat apes not prrt nd to po .e...- Nineteenth .
"' Jr". ar. dosT o. ruln, .iiU .faatu a
scareely known
fc to Century 1 Fay-Sholes
,*f "ke" on n tryln to whap
th front. and back wheel of lnkly.. ii _.
I
e.** ..... f .le l rtttcr dst come down .
. 7 four < (
''y wagon loaded with people "......-...
a : 'r ,ttie l de ro i.L." 1nse! T.l.trtrrrThen didn't' JoIa'' ,
you
body, dl.r' .
psssioic "
-' "Imust IM a ns{ it.r.Vo. .
'
t nlxatloo Mr
-* him that pbllnnlhropU- ? *
It., 1. from the lower part uhu II. ..lo* no Aehter. but bdoo Cbstrrrbrrswi.; ..... I Intimated t* Typewrite
:Pn, to the shoulder of the seem nMf to rl"t"Q'nlZl de fa k."aeblnl(1ou ."- ... .
r''f'' f tb.. the U<11e. that 1 wanted tn Annine ..
'1""
'.. right shoulder Htar.Tk ( for 1'h.l1tT one of tttem eug s ad

..1 t, 'duptaeiagt. omw others The that I rnlgtt begin by holding nrytoojcne A( NuwLzDURu:
..... tot 'nsllnJaHes. w. can- rI... Vmr HIM.X I THE BKMT
.. .
,.
what shout -- -
temperature (U running . fit' J. h* U very restless a' this KratU..kJ ( x.lart. -t* -'JI_ to ".. ....... r... I OX THE JIABKET
.sr '. ',';* are hopeful of be a l*)ysl f llow Il.. a.geart to k Nip Elsie-Tonr l-rM-a. Harry __ '
him. lo with hi. frt nrtIte .." awful yuan to tie a dftlf'1tW. tel l!f e-i UNIVERSAL KTIJOAi T Has Tabulator
8. B. Roercaa..tugust [ ;
,
1t, -..." J.Duth should be ..kept In with U..m." Tea. be alnt a real arwws* op o IW.. I I 0nEvery -
"pll".l CrabU )tnN -.t hif sleds yet. I eel'he's only *tepltn tntfren achlne.Lightest .

... of Miser ah. are In Jslf--l'tiIU4UI|.:jA: falser.to . yet mtf t>> get aofiie pretl.e. 1
.
{
'f't- _.
t f )h. and 1n. Grs lit b* nameless l In worthy d..h 011- suave cloa"i py o.rfteaslk.I fovP.r... ,HMftl M'.kU.' analog* Tke '
1I
h. C\h. yrapathlse with them i an lafsmoo hl.t ry,-Brown*. .....,v111.0.rslf.r I Charaptoo' HpeeU Writer of the World
*r ,,
f their beloved daughter, - .- - - -0'--' ._ __ __ L.* the ray.bholM.. More Ygp-...... in
.,
..... *bleb oeaorred at their' eaaaeee di
;a''' >i.e In Oainesvllle than any other BMMlilne,
-' .., ..,,
aeita.et a
" t.-.j fay Jau. .t S,*trHiftp'irlllitn; McadsF **
;
""". reeew
.: L t about twenty years of bettered nerve Glvn.bclhhi --
: :,x sac, '''''---e )
v r- naral
: S flesh oo thin children. Ta oil

.. ': r::::"*0' waa held Moadaysad pimples rshe Ask your ocsets .. THESUIesA'a.
t. was I. Oraag H.lgjU eo "ou ab 'O' c.. '.. _


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THE DAILY SUJfc GAINESVILLE. FLOKIDA. AUGUST 2, 1905 .

.

NEWS FROM 'All The Food That jDdcs. GoodDZDMULSIDN JAP READ W1TT>i'8 STATEMENT.


But, They Offer No Commeta-Do Not A GREAT

PARTS F''floRmA' Understand Ru.*...'. Envoy.

I ,New York August L 'The reported

Interview with M. Witte. the Russian
ml Brief Happenings From Various peace plenipotentiary on board the

1 Sections of State. Tbs Oo4 live OIl XUKldaa-JPsr JBMsBsmgs"So* Kal Wllnelm der GroaN, published EDDCATIONAMOVEMENT

G.tb.c.w.. bOstnre. feee.dtafL. La Grip. here today was read at the
lore Threat ..* Lags, Csterrk* F w.s. tees of the headquar
t
c-.u.: . and all Japanese peace commission
:xTHB.: MOST IMPORTANT. EVENTS mimotiary XKe .*s. All
'. ,., Dr>ssW.,two Msa..M.asd,1., but bo comment or statement was
ring TRIAL; BOTTLE FREE In MTh Land of Flowers.
tee who has met all inquires for '
tosnssodlAcnaissaikdaddrsMtoOZOMUI5ION state !
-Dolt.dDown" to Suit the manta during the visit of the
commlaslurs
ughgo. CO. 9t piM Street New
Ysch
..:'' =Menu. ,of Interest to said he did not ,care to discuss
'
Class**. r'to the matter. lie said, however, that
-,' ,'" NOTES FROM LACROSSE. he thought Mr. Witte was rested

r, hIa&b'.11I lost fOO.000 In bonda power equal to that of Baron Komura with A. Magnificent Library Worth $50

"rwo..k8.. Cotton. Opening Fast-Yield, Will Not In the matter of negotiating
'.'t1.ft. : West b* a* Large a* Last Year. ofpeace.. a treaty
.Monyon hotel scheme at Offered Free of Cost
,,: 'b1111 Bah has.fallen through. lACrosse, Aug., 1.-'l'he Sunday Mr. Sato did not understand what !

...tI'r,1..1''Thsrepeat'' that the Ormond franat school onion of she Santa F* River ,Association was meant by M. Wltte. when he said

y..... St. Aognstln has been sold I* met with the LaCrosse Baptist that it would have been much better Unprecedented Offer that Promises

i' '...led.Manatee. church last Friday and held till had the common basis been agreed to Pr re

,/ : S naday night. rb. meeting was well upon by Japan and,Russta before ap Unusually Interesting.
\ to hare
county em-peets a
,. ?
attended and proaching peace
proved of great benefitto plenipotentiaries.
\Mfta display of ciirui fruits as the Tan-: He
*.vryon. The missionary sermon said that no peace ''proposal presented

: .:j"'r.r was preached on Sunday. oy Rev. Dr. by Russia but had she asked such a StmtthiHg SUN Raadars Shoud Consid

,iH&Aroadla Is to have a.$60,000 hotel, to Allen of DeLand. one of the ablest dl* thing Japan would probably have en

+C'fc, btillt by B. R. pTracy. late of .Wash. vlt( .at in the Baptist ranks In Florida. tertained the question.A .

', ,"1tsgtoa, D. O. Mrs. John N. Thompson Is visiting

:)1. ,;JLate. 'Olty will hare a knitting mill relatives. at Island Grove this week Worm Killer. Read the Falltwlng D.fails Carefully:

t ...d then the people will attend their Judge T. A. Parker of Waycrosa. J. A. J. Montgomery Poxico,Wayne

::; knitting. (}a., spent a couple of day here last aouul,. Mo., writes. : "I have little The Mystery Surrounding the Beautiful Di>plain

:: 'ltfJ'aDebllo Baexa.. was arrested at Key week, the guest of his cousin. H. C. twin girls, who have been bothered W. HYJ>E'S Window Revealed in the fol1o. n ;

..;... **, and taken to Tampa to answer to arker. On Friday night be delivered with worms all their' lives. I tried everything A number of onr enterprising merchants execution which -
the charge of embesslement. a temperance lecture to a large aodl- exalllltJRtluD
to relieve them which failed have arranged what will prove' prove.The.
VJc Vitello the Italian dishes at the Baptist church, which until I used White's conditions
.h who had Cream Vermifuge to be a most Interesting contest between of the contr.i are
&'yellow fever at Tampa, Is now gaining was pronounced the best of its kind ; the tint two doses brought four the High School. Twentieth follows: Any lodge, church ,r *cho
\.pIcl17 and will be ever heard her. from of them dob..hospital or organize" .'n puij
worms the
soon one
out. next two Century Club Odd Fellows' Home B.
," Stokes or private is eligible to the
J, T. I I.
busy taking the eons
vTh* Slate Fair' Tampa has let the cenus. doses, twelve, one of them measuring P. O. Elks Volunteer Firemen, Ma Votes for individuals will not t''I.'JU> (

|jfL! aontraet for the main b ndln.. .The twelve Inches; the other child was only sons W. O. W., K. of P., Gainesville *?.*. Wltt each 10 cents l Hircha
M. 55. Turner, a merchant of Ward relieved of four It Is will be given by the njereUJ
worms.
rf data of the opening la November 18th. an excellent Guards. Kirby Smith Chapter or J. J.
i : Wilbur Morris of Pensaeola C Ity, sons here on business Tuesday. I m.dlalne.Vhl,.'. Cream Finley Chapter of the U. D. O., or any libraries through whose liberality thr,- /gr
ij. was Thr will be an election held here I Vermifuge Is good children. It not church Sunday school, hospital organization are furnished nn _tlch
", .'found; drowned In a bath room on 8unwday. OD August- 15th to determine 1C this only destrdys worms-It help the child or institution you would wishto and b* written the number the amount of the purchj

.,, It Is thought h. had| an *pllptlTh s hall b* aob-.eDool d 1st riot. There to perfect growth wards off sickness. own the beautiful library valued atIfiCO. chaser will write of the vote The .pi
on ticket the
,.tat. Sold by W. M. Johnson. now on display at G. W. Hyde's. f
1. no doubt but tke majority:wil' bvTlnavorot stltntion or organization for which
child of Mr: and Mr.Lee Thomp- the school ItrestTa, ''the THE REWARD will be a magnifl. or she desires' to vote, sign their nan
-E'sos': ol Tampa, aged 16 months, died Forte Razed by Warships. cent library consisting of 200 volumesof and deposit the ticket in the tail
people want the best posaibj In the the standard subscription publications box in the store in
which
;:Saturday night Amsterdam Augural; lj-The I the pure'
from. eating roach way of progtesitv.'schools, )'As a au b- Dutchc of the day: as follows i The made.
'poison. expedition sent against the rebellous Great Chas. Dudley Warner II.
district means better school we hop "Libraryof The Standing of the contestant
'
'\ ,Th* Tropical Sun Publishing Com here will not be a,, vote' against the natives of the State of Bon I. In the the World's Best Literature" 40 I be published exclusively in rack S
p't; ;panyat West Palm Beach will be in- measure.Miss Island of Cellebes, one of the Sunday: volumes; ClassicsSO"Library; of the World'sGreatest d.7I..ae of The Son until unto
volumes; the 14th. 1006. at 7 o'clock
Islands In the East Indies p. m "hn
aorporated with a capital stock of 'Ada Reddish of Waldo visited Inflicted asevere Ao lo.Ameticao Dictionary: and Cyclopedia remaining votes will U counted!,
I.t.tIO.ooo. Miss Lola Sloan"here several days last punishment on the natives 260 12 volumes; Library of Oratory the magnificent library{ awarded! to
of whom were killed. The fortificationsof bv Depew 15 volumes
J Fernandlna Is bound to be In line week.Hon.. : ; organization having the target DO
l K Badjoewo, one of the chief towns, Works of Balzac. 30 volumes; the Library bet of votes. The Sun will publish I
M4 will oat down th. weeds In that W. )I. Butch of Santa Fe
.
was were razed by the guns of the of Poe& 82 volumes; the each issue a coupon which wilt mil
\..sty, ,and fight the festive mosquito to a visitor her Monday. ships war World's Best Essays 10 volumes ; History the holder to two vote that will" f

t$flal.h. The I.rme.re beginning to pick of Our Great Commanders, 12 credited to the institution that u .

; Seven negroes at Key West have been cotton, which Is opening very fast, especially volumes.Each and every: one of these books delivered ten on sos.ce to the provided ballot for t tows same to etc w

'S..,'arrested for picking sponges before the earliest planting. Several : MEN ARE I POWERLESS are specimens of the best mechanical of the stores.

....ithey were ripe-that is, gathering un- mall lose have been sold here at five I T. Pla-kt AaralMt "iaest.'tf.l..a' Tk

i -'drsls. sponge.'e inte per pound In the seed. Th* ', atrlfet* mt asst. veM.rlyys'F.-. r Voting Tickets Can be Secured From the Following Merchant!
'
,k Jim Irvine of Orlando, one of the yield here(will not be as large as last Totreat DandrufTv and Tailing Hair

&. olored population l Is In jail to awaits ....on. Capt.. lie O. Parker has bought with Irritants or oils on which a paraSltlo o. w. HYDE. W. R. THOMAS
germ will prosper is like scoopln/r
trial. on the charge of forging the name ,20 pounds water from the ocean, to prevent the tide The leading Dry Goods store. Voters I Our Buggies, Wagon and Hin
of J. R. Irvine. Mrs. S. V. Stokes-is visiting her son, from rUlns- remember this is headquarters. are the best at the right price< an
"1.:" Mallory, at Lake Butler this week. Tou cannot accomplish A satisfactorycure vote worth going after < "r I.h
.!i: Th fresh water lakes without Marcus Endel.
near West having a right understand department afford a '[.ptt t J off
The
;; Palm acreage In sweet potatoes In this (nit of the fundamental causes of the The
Beach are to be drained, a road leading Clothier Men's FnrnUh-{ tunity to vote.
'. section I, much 'larger than in former trouble. er and Tailor of Gainesville. We stUfy .
feollt along them and a lot of valuable Tou must kill the' Dandruff Germ. W. S. Dorsey & CompanyThe !
years, ard from the the most exacting demands of all.
appearanoea
/ {'land opened np for farmlnr.A will crop Newhro's llerptclda does this because U Votes count here.Gainesville Grocery and the 'I \rb i > ,J.
yield well this .
season.Mr.
to specially made to do that very thine. the strongest precinct \ er r;"&
vote was taken at Manatee on thsqneatlon I.. .'. Osteen is home again When the germ Is removed the hair Furniture Company.The your voting strength i I. wC, the
+/; of consolidation with Braden after has no choice but to resume healthy 'tier meal i" not
spending a few days with her sis arowth pad bemuty."Deotroy big Furniture store where you ; every you serve '
town. There were two votes r.orloli. ter. )h.. Clark, at Arno. the cause, you remove the can vote every' payment you make, Bring four account sod vct "-nl
": U aad Forty. against the union. Misses Alto and Leila Cato and O. aLt. effect." cash or Installments. Jon' overlookthis pay the same.Oainsriiils .
1 >It 1 Hold by leading drufrtsts Bend lens In valuable precinct.L. I Planing and Cof'' Co
Th Fort II Press
asserts that the Griffin wer pleasant visitors to -
stamp for sample to Th. IlerpUlde Co.. A )if f'1tors
orange crop In that section Is looking Cross Saturday and Sunday Detroit. Mien.J. C. Smith. to glorious vote for opportunity their f 'or'te .\ 1

\ very favorable. Not much of the fruitIf Chas. Durranee, mail clerk onbe H. Bedlford O.. Special Agents In The own.ge best and have largest the variety pair or Shoes of wood 10 votes. Don't i". want.
.{ any, present a poor outlook Stark and W.nn.ou'o., attendee -. - --, We have the ...o e.. Come and you see us. W. D. Fagan & Comp V e.
The Abraham Brothers of Jackson services at the Baptist church Sunday J. Our Meats and Vegtat, ..+ are.
LOVE S. Bodiford Company.The .
'vlll, saloon keepers, wanted to work morning. IF YOU YOUR reliable A best the market affonl v 1.1"' I.
druggists. busy store
even days In the week. They paid tMsvth ::. Albert Strickland and family passed where the voting will be heavy. We Gainesville Steam La, :adrt.Give : .

4; for working on th. day set a.ldelor < through LaCrosse today on their way WIFE DON'T hare them.J. us your work save tar **
,k.'
slip. Get your friend t J
rest. to Worthington. W. McCollum des Company.The Take them to our agency al J K.tvotee.
'j Jank Law and John Thomas of Jank Miss ileitis Wills of Stark is visitIng ROAST HERBy up-to-date Drugg-Uts. The votes Big item.

".' i'aonville' after IDK..mecl.conUnu.d her sitter. Mrs. D. D. Weeks. are here. Come.. us. A. M. CuahmJVotes '

riM' ran a private ferry across th. river Raleigh Raves and Rufus Dell or : compelling her to bake.. the family L. C. Smith. will be issued fnr i.'r, Ill!:
,l\ Alaehua Sunday LaCrotse.Another bread during the hot summer mOD b.. t I"
uetlce Willard gave Thomaa ten day spent The leading Jeweler. Our splendid new policies written or .
';jttad Law thirty days In jail.Monday -- -- Boy your Bread from stock will supply the moat exacting newed. provided such P/08, "
set Good Man Done Wrong mands. The votes are here in plenty. paid within thirty day. f *- Mley.
): ,Th. fish Industry ,will open up a Itort .Keystone Bakery. For each 10centof err 1 13S|
.. ..
lie %
Myers about August loth,and th" neglected to take Foley'e Kidney A. L. Vidal & Company.The vote will be issued

Atlantic Coast Line ha mad Cur at the flrst signs of kidney; It's a saving of time, work and money.t'rrek only Soda Fountain Confectioner Mr. S. W. LeG,., G
arrange trouble.., hoping It would and Book dealer issuing votes. They and = '
wear DelUerrd Millinery
Urra4 The
,
away Dally only
....,. for handling the product of thvtntt count here.
and h* was soon a victim cf Bright issuing votes. Vote hr
,! and fresh water to better advan: To all parts of the cl'7.lao Cakes,
t dls aa-. There is danger In delay, but Pies and every other production of
than heretofore.Prell .
pde If .'01. '. the modern up-to-date
Kidney Cur taken at one Merchants Note Carefully.The .
": 1,manuel a New Yorker 01 the.yntptontawill disappear the kidneys bake shop.

w: wealth spent last winter In Jacksonville I. sees strengthened and R- T. MC1IAFEK Preprieter' h>y.te.eBakery. rules of the contest provide that each merchant shall Cs r 1.
''' yon are a record of his vote on Friday night of each week, sending a dup 'a'-:
and made love to the ri.'test Phes 103. .
p ) soon sound and well A. R, Base oMorgantown. to The Daily Sun on Saturday before noon of each week, over tJ.> j
)In: Fannie' M. 1111.., and. also proposed Ind.. had to get up tenor -- - - lure. including the tickets, carefully wrapping aDd tying them rv as Mf

?r to marry her M soon aa h* got a twelve times In the night and bad OAt1lfE.1I\TIUrs FATOUITEKESORT. package as possible ; write your own name aDd date of delivery > .u
divorce front his wife. The dsls wan a sever backache and jpaina In the they can be filed away with' your records and delivered to a

flzed but the old fellow rvfaaadtnarry to kid.*,.. and wa.cured by: Foley's Kid awards appointed at the elose of the coatee

and now he will be toed SoUs'J. r ..7 Our J. \V MeColluui Co. THE SUN'S Voting Proposition.Under .
-
I ft
romlnsnt no circumstances will an employ of this paper be ., "
Lawyer Dead.
If the Baby Is Cutting; TeetHBe New York *Mward Alachua Pool Parlors vote We in this will contest.give .. m .
14m& a premium of 7* votes for every paid three ,
t sure and use that old and well Short general solicitor of th. Mutnal lion to this paper 2OO votee for every paid six months sub :'n, .

?k tried remedy Mrs. WI a*low's Booth I' life Insurance Company sine Ii9S votee for every paid eubecvlptloo for ODe year. Old subscriber z ,
tat Syrup for children teething I t died yesterday at his horn la C. Bare, L'roprkt.r.Ittlgatios number of vots by paying their sabeeriptlone in advance I.rl". ?
tal s bs a subscriber. To the iostitation the largest nom r
toathee the child softens the gnsae.allajra . day from heart failure, Mr. Bfeorlwaa >> this manner, we will award at 7 o'clock assuring p. m., October l
r all pain' eu"" wind echo and Is widely kaowa ta ta* legal world

r this beat reined j for diarrhoea. Twenty a. a specialist' la railway i

f flv* aeate a bn'.... taeuraaee' law. taJlaUOll aad corpora-!
Sloe law and warn the author of nttaaeone pasted In the Porter Bloek. soata LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.
Low Rates to While Spring pamphlet taeee I side eqwarei. Thr* 0r.'..lasa table
on
ewajecta. Uoo4 lU ...sad presort and eonrteooeervte 5t !
Spend while at Whit Hpring. th. I *. The pahne to eordlaity Invited This coupon entitles the holder to '.0.0'"* that csa r 1
t leading health resort of the &at.. O 0 How to Avow Appendicitis. I and alwaye welaoaae.AMUSTI.IE.- any Institution competing for the beautiful library" .'

the .....faJDed Snwannee river. Tn. Most victim of appendicitis are' -- filled oct, signed and ...'oraPdQ the ballot boise in e.t". : rstorre

0&1..11I./ and Gulf otters the follow. those who are habitually cootipatd.Ovino .

lag low zoned'trIp rate. I-v.n OelAe*. Laxatlvw trait Stray *ft.** AT $T. .

e vWi Sandaj ate. 'liek.., good .*hr*.&U ..-. p&&MaU., ... . ; Nsaa.e f .....u.tt.a., ... ...... "... ....
.a>4a.latrda tfs i-* Uaskd' lee liver aad kow.... 'Ovine t M loer.e st
1 >t :5 .i .( 'g' lhula dymP' .... trM .. Obaawss

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4 THE DAILY SUN 'GAINESVILLE, FLOBJDA AUGUST fe, 1905

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r:::==-- .. -
pMLT LUMBER GRADES.A .
If half .
ire: printed matter sent nut
UUyt b t y the .',... men t at
&It.c \\'ashington
subject of Increasing importance .
ihro'j :h, -.. -,,all. burned
were up'before .
to every lumber producer and consumer .
T aaw -
ooee 4i1a1Dee Tia ,n... !Ie that of b-.It rna;lej. "U woull at )lent nflaannnnn-
POS, at graJes. That these
u* .
r sa.1 as .....u..,..... grades should be 'uniform where pracioal *- see troub I-' r....., mill 'ervlc the A Hsjalthy,' Liver MakesA
farry over
is country
well
J-; H. )lcca'.AaYJ: : ltor..*. pnt>nebee.. to arrive recognired> at soma and general many ruleshave efforts end it.se.) the. sopV .,r the various. Well ManHERB

W. ASHUtY.Aaaooto** Editor.j town *r W
been made. In view of tneae A
o mtnyofc3re; to consume' 'It, There
-
j :SSB!:E.: BnBTTL City Badltor.IV movement to standardize grade:the is erto .
Forest peps ira'te!>/1 and money
Service has undertaken to bring
-LOt"I" J, UBtJMitkA'i'Mnelieg: :A..aF. ,- together the upecifieations of the various paid ... .> for distribution to make up
the n> t in the postal service. :Muchof
' lumber and manufacturers ;
associations i.
'. .-Cowpoaiwr Rooms. th. .r ,T ha. INFj
.)/.PREW"a- Sup and to them in such become so familiar to
put a form
hat the n.-w., ap..rm ... that it goes into C
OFPICKa PORTER BtOCK. they may tweompared.The the .".,.. ba.:ket wnrr.r.nd all with j| U W
.,w.ytsln[ Street,8.. c' TmtJ P.OIW.43.! 'object of the study I. not to deviit out b"If'. opened BSS c.
a Byatem of standard grades, but
"T._vLtaY&nw.pebltoned ejrecy jamming. s- 'o make'
simply such .
a compilation of .
carrier In the
.delivered by : city ovB -
Uncd*any ay part_ *t tn.cait*d Btntea........ he grades now" in use as will be of service The T,.:) Crow law, which was de.clarrtl A FTJ.X1.Y TtQfTABUt'umF IHIa> and the MOST: PI!- w

t*< Ire<..for fj a yard <*jo alx _the:fives three to lumber producers and eonsumr irconatitational.waa framed by MCT tip HtatCUCX ----i&1 not fill yo svateaa
;; a.rte.t:or 50 ccata for Ave Weekartrietly isi1..atr. though it is hoped that a great an eminent lawyer rn.aoola. and with Calomel. Araeaka or ...n. I. a N'5W
deal of Information the amendments were submitted teed Wft for all ....... producsd U a.. LITDI
be by
may accumulated
and svlFfflRE BJL4any .. 1IUI.aaIA wtthoutIsar-
ge.1ag.olicet *In bent column 10 eraU a Use that will be of value In eventually one of the ablest constitutional law. of tba deadly ma&y ... .... for tIII& r
lor tnt iMMtioa.and S cent forth additional preparing the way for a standard yens of the 4tate. This is the only act pur OM botUe Mad today ,aava you 1-.- .
O. ystem. of the U,t legislative session that has a sink spell tamcnvw. Quickly circa _5a...- .-.

::': for display advertiataa;male known on It is planned to get the views of been knocked out. and the farmers In tia. 1t11tI". HaJarta, Cllala..aasl sOl fiver .
;catiol. c.-. recommended" 07 MM medical ptwfa -
hose concerned partly I by interviewsand that body had no hand In framing the .akm generally. --

The Twvce+-Weck..na ia an eight-pace forty-: largely by correspondence. A repsentative measure The assertions that the A PROMINENT '
PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT
, .otoma paper publiabcd every Mnday andnwUy. of the Forest Service will "r b..tI"' and "hayseeds are to blamefor

and contain all th* new of the endeavor to visit the secretaries and I such laws are in bad taste, and In A ,
v _k. local State and general, and will be members of many hltltanep..re simply published Dr. A. J. Hannah. a Lading phyalolaa of TJanatSka t
grading bureaus
of
to of the Called various
.Ailed, postage free any part P\a. "
1 have bsay HarboM to
aayat
filler t11tic. wma-
as m the absence of the letter
Canada for>i.oon year-ln advance.: associations and learn their
views
author from and am well pi..... with the raaulta. 1 alway.
x In regard to the practical workings nhiniiton. keep some on hand, Dad think 1\1 a oraad anadkfanej 1 e

An drrrlUing of adYft'ta--bills become... vnlena du'after olherwia.nprhted firatipfmraace be various rules. A large number of for BUiouaaaaaLartf I and Lies Complalnta?* ,

I in contract. Parties not known to ua mill men and manufacturers will be A .ma'i I negro of Tampa was caught Bottlw, SOc Avoid AH 3ebstlttiltss
be required to pay for advertising: in ad- reached by correspondence and their In the act of steeling a pair of pants

: ?-ce. Address TUB DAILY SUN. views sought.' It is especially desired from a ,'tothing store on Saturday Ballard Snow Inimrnt c. '
OAnrnvuta. PLA.At .
.
to find the important points difference nlcht He was allowed to go without .
being. pro-ecuted. the ... Loots. v. .. A.
{ in grade from the view points of as proprietor of ..

least we will be clean) from the both producer and coo.umflrof lumber the stor thought he could not make a u1.,

: effects of the yellow fever aeare. and also to ascertain the chief dlffloul. 'suit" out wf a pair of pant

ties in the way of devising and .x cu-
Soow Michigan July 24th and two ting a system of standard grades I Men who are grafted Into politicswill SOLD AND NECOMMI sY 3

weeks previous peopl. were dying of The assistance! of manufacturers and continue to graft as )long aa they vvJOJ3toq'ao: Qa.i=seev'i3.]. 4,

Y lacitroke. :onsumers of lumber is earnestly. desired can get a chance.tlnrtnsT. .- -.--- - -.
in this work. Suggestions eon. I\I\e\I\I\I\I\I't\I\I\I\ A

Only one law hat been declared aneonttitational corning It will be gladly received by Indian.Mnintiui .

of the acts of the last the Ofllce of Forest Products, Forest 'III'lulf Indian In 110 rougu.ly .

. Ltgialatare. Service, Washington, D. G. \\' \ Ire yon rr>ltiB? Have they' been ; Ilf .
calpliut. roii again? Spotted. Panther You Are Insured.

The farmer of the State have gathBred. allnM \\1111\0.! :' mamma. We have ...
A FRIEND OF THE SEMINARY. been Hinoklnif the pipe of
peace.
very good quality of fodder forth .
tUrn) hti'rl_.
ir took this season. The following is from The Tavare In a Company, that Is Responsible, Have. a Policy Correctly:

Herald edited by Alfred St. Clair- II. Bnve I'. Written' With. Liberality of Policy:: Contract and the Compaoj.!

It may come to auoh. pass that the Abram. : "Yi-, ,"PI.f> .'. pretty bat a poor cooverifilloii Lueses PromptlyYou

Inmates of the Chattahooehee asylumwill "An individual wants to know when ,illat. StHt seldom say a : i

hare to look after the attendant The Herald and Its editor ever took wont I cent understand why ao Are AssuredThat

any part in the educational affairs of many men propon to her."
The best "I cviii", sighed lIn .-Ilouetou'
la
way to keep on scrubbing Ih. State Just ask any of the teach-
and take no chances with the "streakof en or officials of the East Florida no serious lows can overcome you without you hava omt.',
reface.Fire .
yellow" that hovers about New Or- _ i
, Seminary or any of the schools of
IfU.. Florida what was the attitude. of the

editor of The Herald in the I'gtala- i'ntt.PILES ) .

that Don't Williams, for mere"was'. sake pardoned let It bec.o..1 get oat or tore the two Committee years ago when on Education.. a member of ) Life, Accident and Health 1nsia& ,


be i. off hi. menial balance or Chattabooche hat body, he was at all times on the ) None but Reliable Companies Represented. ",

will doable in population. alert to advance the educational laerests a.I .":: ::!i::: wL1$ r .. C.. tbht r'.i.'l--
,.,. ...r. ....... April Milts( *, -
.
.
of the State. It is one of tltr -a I. '10. ,f wNt. l : ..:...{ -

Yea never hear of yellow fever proudest recollections of his term iu w.......IM..,_iW_".w1,. fps Io.bN.... t 11.-:...Hell.uir.sews.'..':= b1' .A. . CXJ H Z\lA.. N r
breaking oat in a Dutch settlement, as the Florida Legislature that his fight 111111..__.... Urse IU....;)/...-..u. '

the Hollanders are a class of people 10 the interest of education throughout b.at Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.:
for
that are noted for their cleanliness.. the State earned for him the lastng TM Dowel. .... 1\ '

gratitude and friendship of the. "' '''''''I'd-' I #' ,

England will support Japan no mattr educators and friends of education allover _ _...__.__ ."h _ _ .___ .___ ._. __ _. ..

' what price she seta upon peace ne- the State." PARTIAL PRiCe LIST OP

fotiations. Russia"will resist giving Those familiar with the attitude of

op territory as long as possible unless Mr. St. Clair-Abrams during his !..lit It. / Whiskies Winos Bttr and r

she may be influenced by Germany. lance career= know that he was heart ,

ly in accord with sound educational -.. -- _.. -_. ._......
I. every -- -- ------------- -
' ptw..t Pat..hl.. .
t- s Twwene/11.
There U an old saying that "many a measure and he> always proved .Ile.l.5.la."n.Th\Of-..g..ta... -Uri1 ssi4s-< W*.*."pr'ljUl: EXrilEMM I'KKlMin. Balk ...U_JuoI r.-x. {

true word is spoken In Jest" or wordsto himself a true friend of the East Klorda =.r.n..w se c ra.. r*.* lava.r Mk.aaUa rU Qt. M.a.Mr.. 11.155, a Q.... II Qu-
that ..Et e'. Bat If such be the ease, Seminary as well. II....,. C.Cnl.a **.N.1''. MB heating dab Hi* . .W atNeiMOo N oo t 7 oo Mf..()11 ia I.ao C'.ra.1'.5. Uatlont Uood *rM.. iJ.:.
there will be nrrnULIALE m-.utl 1111I Cowntr Mi* .. I SOMonogram 4 M V SO M in |%r iJailunMre.atn. .,:'f'
pl.O',01 candidates for ..'_.. .. "
railed. Hr. as> k. eo Nr t sUo. e. .....
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States Senator Congress.- Gorertnr SHE ALWAYS DID. -- _. -...---- Mann."5/" Hr*, a ,* a ooa ao ., .Ufa. C4H'a Hsufr, Mum. !.*eS fee: 'M 5s
t etc.limy ._ A..lat I lJ n-* . SO aaa loa .' Law Nor UaJltfnt .. .,
.... "..'' Kr*, 1'e.hand A w4* itraasl,.
Mail W. r 1 n 09oo M
of Gainesville Is
The .
city doing .
everything 4 by af*
lea..k Mrawtr .. TA S 10 .
of
the street of the city are In Its to aid the State In QRINDLaxative W oo i.r i laib>.* I
power ........ ..... . .
.
"("I ing attention |"Vl* ffloUanilUlM a oa so VtototU Mr*. (....1.. tiroii ..,*. MrN
from the committee
school matters.-Bradentown Journal. . f mra 4 a* 7 aaso .i..iiirUTMI ,
and there la need of. work in manmore r The Journal quite right and "It I.a Is U.a.e.Itla' 1 a oo C MT. ( of North < .r .lls5 Corn f s* / 09 f ooT
our thoroughfare which could Gainesville .'aiT IMrKikr .
t fast that always did her Mee.Wa .e. 1ft. OIl IcO I .R. ,
made as' fine .. any In the State best when It earn to ehool matters Fnit Syrup Jeo.a.WMluewl. HMO Kau a s T c*> t : sae : hlandam* Pale, ..veer..w '
"ah lout little outlay. ... . aoe Malt .ete, dash . ....
Ur. ItraMtr S TKUvtf
And the reputation of the past will lx -' a Ma Mso
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." *r.ianpMte t ....
Pleasant to take of K t IhMtrtxM I fa -
vigorously maintained r u> a fI_ 1... P*.Wa ',..,.... ....
Aarrrta.4CS Allowed M AU u..a. o' a .... ... __ ..
Tae I The ant u. iIe.Ls. i>4au ......
mosquito la said to carry disease --- new laxative. Does 1 ..... I 141.*..b, the hut. us aswW...... ;"
H _,
at*o carries -- c.
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enough music to awaken not gripe or nauseate. ---- -
A who was
newspaper man sleeping
I
tonne rople froaa.IQmber. If you hear the service Cures stomach and liver HAlllNE BROS. JACI
a can in church during was sud 1.r. APAMH "T. .

tl. Bight cussing all alone In the dead of signs, startled by the following word troubles and chronic constipation . _. ,- .. -

Uatmos you Qalto can I la make after op hto your blood.mind In a loud voice from the pulpit' "Why by restoring the a*. lif.Oaai *M. FrenideatCiao. If Y..TAvwa.
stand ye her all the day idle?" Jlw W. (1seN
natural action of the stomach a iw. Ass..,
half awakened and nneontciously! so.swered '
A-d now they say that Bob MeNa- "Because they don't adver- liver and bowels. n-iiiST..NATIO ; ;

m.. ha. decided to move to Gain..- tie ." rr Mew hf J. IT. XcOlfaaa> .'*. THE l B
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'i< ,. abd _ __ _.
ran for th. Le tsiatur.. M.. --.--- --

"'m1 determined to go down in bis- bSotornoat's orang crop will te MEMAMIWHIULM "'''. .t.
lory t. OF G..A.J:2-Tma-v'YTaXEJ: : :
ha.iDIit repiveeotcd every coon all right. The Florida orange is she G : W 44.......furlr _

11 FlortJ In I". Le&i.latuh.-The bt and we hop tu see It nt .I'. tetsoon.
ho West Palm Beach.l r r...... .e .e..5. rwM.a.r.awn. THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALAOHUA
?_____?___ ___ ,.c a... Ia..Lna.s 1 ...Sl ..
,. .. --a...
altar acs a a.eeaMaOC Capital . . . . . . . . . . . .'&0.000 00 f,
e p opl l. of Gala.. iUe shoo Id not How's This?

11.t\op the el..ola..p.-p,...... here sae "',offer on* hundred dollar reward. ... .a.1 p 1i1. Surplus and Undivided Pronto. . 30.0OO 00 ;*
bstk yard of catarrh that I bP tw.lr..s wenMe.M i ,'
'tI.d was thoroughly roo- for say eaa cannot -. t_.........ry a ***Sia.aaH i .t.. ,.......**..*! a* any t .laa.. ..... "
.. early |a the spring. Every eared- try Ifall'c Catarrh Cor, an* asssaan** Peru{. M.r.tNN.Cwb.rW..a le. awe..
**.* at least. th.r.* abookl b* a F. J. CMKXBV A Co.. Toledo,, O C, .. . .. Alt LMa..t.. wa.s .>N/e.ws 4'r'

,. ah "e op. Tbel health of the ell y R'.. the .eod.nitn have know s.s.TAnol.aw
PATENTS ., .
norm of DOle ** ll .......' Urge_ F J. Cheney for tb* la.t I., ,._n. and -- -
"!'
: old be k.pt that wit.staod&hd 1M...... him perfectly honorable in all

betela... tra.sa.,IIDa.. and financially
Idn AD.H
.ride
of abU to earrr nnt any obligation made
the
ehoole of Flo rI-
dl 'ttvuld b, by iaN flrm. AIL couavasae.MM. L -"' 1
u kept sip ad th* leaeher* Iiv.hsstt '
1.'N beet. Tk. WAwtseKtsean A W..Yf. TINOLIN' $1As J
M efcooJa !boa ld b. ao OHall' y-.1 isAlt a1 I+esllrr ad.rwry.wee. JdbAINSURANCE'
., Rrotwle" Druggist*.Toledo. =
attract &E3 ......
M
aHeertos at riats>
ea10r sad > r .CatarritCar. .. taken la-t..raaily. w taw ter srs.fuser ) PUT C"
mlttt>tt.a tl.s, fia* a *tol+ eerily" .pee u.. blood swaar.w i ..

wW p,1 .r;IMlliitllltYirM IN s ad ....... of the s1.g.fa.f : !
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i1 7 r SERMON hEPORTEriS I :a"C'Q INEBB: :
I j \ 4 Matbushek Pianos CgytDhDR
I XS avarllalt Charehas Th.v Are ChaIr

'.YI',' Adratted fseav.a.ew; K. DaVERE B. Mo.;. .
Born one whu evidently frontknowledge

h+'s ).Ttevr of The: writes Experience In tha llomUetloRe-of.speaks. Sermon: HIE YI ALL mm[( JOURNAL[ orED FOB SWEETNESS: A9O PDKI.TT DENTIST

Reporter/* Ills remarks the different ... OF TOn, POTTER A5DDCBABIL1TT.
'; roles: ta English and American .. -
r... newspapers on sermon reporting and .
:r.,; f:bit.'statement that It la necessary to THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL Office over Marco Eadel' =rtJ

) .. verify' Bcrlptural texts are not without -
;t 'Mtvrest.' Possibly there la a test for DAILY NEWSPAPER.. . \ A. CARLISLE,
\ Bees plan. for aide twice eBiaat. stands ta
'rsaermon'Dot! preached by the preacbsrlrinktbe -
,
tale looser thaa others
ATTORNEY
followlng paragraph: L saaterlais.and mesa eoo.tr.ecedotbat ans.... AT l. W
!+. tiers ure luvarably| welcomed Reveals the News ancLFacts governing wortraissslitp obtainable.. And Solicitor m K
s.cAII churches, for American Values. Up to date a every ul,
-"to.tuIiT alive. to tbe value. detail sad 11..- Real Eatate
'8dV NtfTlisviueut obtained through Studies underlying causes. of :Market equaled.Bold oral Prae'iee.. Co All 'burtne.r",aucing azdGe

per ,notice. Home pnachers Movements. attended '0. Office next prompt)
du.,
maintain! their own "pres agent"to by as continuously for omce. OAtrarvILI.t to :&
soctirv the ntaioit publicity Reviews, analyzes and criticises Railroad Furatc

;tbe' '-.IluaJly brilliant and. it and Industrial"report,. OVER TIIRTY TWO YEARS JTERDJNAND BAYER.
; be., e uentrlc statements which
,deliver; lu 1ni. churches the Has complete.tables of Earnings of ATTORNEY AT 1..\'IV
_..tar-la only admitted on autr'-ron<... Properties without a tingle failure. If von OAIJIKSTILI.B, .
tptder an ancient law. WIIIPh bavuever want a piano for a lifetime F.otta
Quotes active and inactive Stocks and servlee boy' 'hea.1h.'U.h.ek
.repealed, the<< takluic "t whoi-thand Can sell city
:9f sermon \I.* u .lemeuuorjAsiracterfoed Bonds. and proluJ (iin
{ y cruet og '
1 by Imprisonment as "brnwlliiif, IU'II and bunllpable few- Records the last sale of Bonds and the '_ list of what and farming fennyCared pN
Prlees .. low as Is eo.dste.I with Qa.u'T. you offer for tale 211.1W"
can church.'" MJ,oeUil deiiUs me yield on Investments at the price. .
Cs b or oo easy teraa. Sent on 1*dais'
able for rriwrler$. They are. 11;
':," case, treated with th. utmoft owr'by Answerswithout"charge, inquiries. con- trial. for We prioes pay freight.TODAY.Write E. BAKER

'" the usher and provided wltli cerning Investments.
s ATTORNEY-AT-LA\\'
Immediately below! tuu puipit.a .
'::r. rare occasion In a c-rowUel One whe dally commits TilE WALL STREET . SOLICITOR IN C1l.1Nllry

ar't .a reporter bus Int-n allowtil ton \ JOURNAL 1* better qualified to Invest money bidden & Bates
; hllD..lt the pulpit :itiu.. ajuextraoayinary safely and profitably and.to advise about Investments GAINESVILLE
Alachua
,$ owunlou It IK rig than one who deer ..t. t i L!
Office in EndI.
liinck
that a stenographer was cuu '
Soutbern Music House
;: asahiil! within the pulpit Itself
'1 ... -PUBLISHED .DAILY BY- '
SAVANNAH GA DR. J..H. ALDEftMAN.D .
RABBITS AS FOOD. DOW JONES & CO.
".\.' .:. JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.
.'.'1M. .sari Tk.r Are Yommm Sad Then 44 Broad Street, New Yerk. ESTABLISHED '- 1870 ENTIS i .
1'0. ._ .....
C1c T. wath 0.
TilE OLDEST KEW8 AGENCY OP WALL STREET.
',;( Conies, the parent rabbits were long GAITHER ft BRYAN, State Ag'ts,
f }/eoa.lder.d .. Indigestible, provocative $12 Year, f 1 a Month. TAMPA FLORIUA.. Over Datum* Co. Bar.a.DR. usee.,1t;

,' -; ,..el.n1IoITblack meat breeding INVESTORS READ THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
t'j, a1cbtm.tbQt youag rabbits have
'"ton*.been approved by thoughtful eat.MM. LOW RATESFOR .
GORDON
B. TISON.
.: They were once eaten very young
sad Topsail protested quaintly ''against

4;fib practice of cutting them out of the DENTIST.
'-other: "1 trust there la* no man Special : OccasionsVIA
.
....... Christiana Inhumanely glut-
a. once to devise. or approve the Gainesville & Gulf Office In IoIWer Law EzcbccceOAlsaaviLLs.
,thw.m_ 'of ao foul a dish." Tame Railway Company FLA
'ttlsies ,are not so good aa the wild SOUTHERN RY.
-..... for every. creature doth partake THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
M a.te of the air wherein be llvetb.a OF FLORIDA.Time TWO TRAINS DAILY EAST. THE WEST END

.... the air of the rabbit warren Is not Leave Jacksonville OilO. m., 7:55 p. m
;:'....'.bl.. Table in effect July V. 1806. FINE WINES. LIQUORS: CIGAI

-,*,!* 'hare was praised extravagantly)0r'Horace 944.S5 Atlantie City', N. J., and re.
tnrn. On sale daily. Limit October JOHN MENZJES. ovrleIur
and Martial and Aplclns No. I.
No. G.
:..... many recipes for dressing It, but Daily No. t. Co. I. No.1. No.8U 81. 1906. fie UI w. Oa r ....J>ckcv .e r..
... rabbit was not much esteemedthe Baa', D.tly DaU7. j STATIONS. DaU,.. Dull". ): '*'.7& Bar lI.rbor.1.loe,and re
.... Greeks and Itomana. To- SaDd.7 trNt turn. On sale daily.' Limit October I Fault beer,bottle and draught; Don'
; 1.1906. fall to call on me when in JMAXKRAUSb.
there are many ways of cooking
t ..10 Saratoga Springs. N. Y.. and
M latter-brown or white fricassee, M1Lv '
.,' iv A P M L. A If Ar. P al Ar A M AI Pk return. On ale daily. Limit October
iili rabbit In curl papers, croquettes.tftUet .. 148 . . . . ........ ............PatiSeld......... .......... . . . . 810 81. 190A. ,
*. gelatin, gratis, rabbit pie pud41ag 7 bb . .. . ........ ... ...... .Inla............. .__..... . . 800 t'7.ooalblugton.. P. O.. and retnrn. -
.'. -', soup, scallops, mince of rabbit 00 . . . ... ..... ...... .. angar.a1n ....... ....... . ti M On sale daily. Limit October Representing
: :.a. fnmet. rabbits a la venltlenne. white 8 (j6 . . ... ........ ...... ..douche.de..'.. ... ........ ..... . 81. 1906.
ffbalota, turban of fillets. kickshaws 8..10 . . . . ........ _........ Hlckm.n. ............ ... ..... .. . . . 646 t E. A. WEIL & co. :::,7
ARt411 Italian sauce, and. best of all- II 16 . .. .. . Lake Bimoaton. ........ .. . . 640 TWO TItAtN Daily West. ,
the savor arise as we wrtt.S'bbl 138S ... .. . Mt opr: ......... ....... . . . b80 RouTS9Leave WHOLESALE SHOESOf
"" ta and onions' But the rabbits 8 B8 . . . ....Taooma............. .... . . . 6iO Jacksonville" 7x45 p. m., 7t55 p. m
h-Most tL :young-those whom the gudslovw M C8 . . . .... Hltkwood........ ........ .. .. 61 94tt.0 Chicago III., and return. All Description-.
eat them 8 O . . . . .... 017a&'.... ...... ........ . . . 610 On sale daily. Limit October 31, 19O6.
'. youug.IltMton Herald. vea . .r. . ..Waoaboota.... .... ...... . . . ebb 92O.4O: Louisville Ky., and return
.U- 915. . ... . Rook7' Pom t....... ... .... .. . . . 4 40 Tickets on sale July. 29: 9O, Jimlk-
$A DOG 18 ALWAYS HONEST. 9C6M. . . . ........ ; ..L1.11l.. .. ...._... . . .. . 10 August 10. 1905.
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.>>::1" Il0oLV 1 l6L. e 10 j 8on lujoAr son 91&.65 Knoxville.Tenn.and. Sols Agent. for"O .AUCII and on

(."" Cava\*. QrawlV.. II'. ...... as II M 640 653 .........BeI1am7.... ..... R M .94n 334 Tickets on sale July 15 return, 190 EIG5 QUALITY Shoes Lteri:
.f.1:' the .... "'1_.. 1:1: 00 e aa 706 ......._...... 07Tt1.......... 84.0. 930 160 limited 15 days. Extension by .
bye. There la one. peculiar thing about 1:1: 20 703 7 12 _.m.......Orabam..... .... 882 V 22 18C Sept. 80. 1906.Ulatar depoelLuon pair warranted.J. .
_ .. .." 12 40 7 l6A 7 28 .. .. ..8ampeon CIt7: ..... 8on v 10 110 .
'remarked well .
kii'twn
a local
A
........ aDO 1060 ....r.I.'k..8. Ssa 11..660 P 800 a....... Cars Service a la carte. Manasse. 11
t,)fader and buntsman. and that I Is youSaMsr.r'saw'one .... ... -..... ........ .... . ... . . ..... . ..... . ... ., ........ ...... Sleeping car reservations and detailed
pant and wag hi* tall ... ..... 848 8.u ....I.k.oa'7. 0.8. A .... T Ot P 742 ....... information cheerfully furnished
:*** the. same tltne. A*dog Is not cspaf ........ .. ... a 10 p .....Ta11ahaA.... 8. A. L.... 1 48 ........ ..... upon application. Passenger ofile The Florida
((1119' a double emotion. II* <-miti ... .... 11 05'! 11 00 a ......Valdoeta, Q. 8. a ,... .110 P IO ...... 108 West Bay Street. Telephone.
." .1 i and wag his tall at the, smite .......... 3 M a 430 P ......IA On. O. S. i P..... 11 10 .1240 ....... J. O. LUSK. District Passenger Agt..
time, for It .Is Impossible fur him to ..... .. 73 11 a 766 -p _......&U.Dta, 0.01 Ga....... 780 800 a........ Jacksonville Fla. Fruit and Truck G i owei
:{.*" mad at one end and glad at the A.r P,4, Ar 4)( M P II L. A II L. Y .... ..

;'......
',<. ff a dog .la glad to He his tusttrrft Trains and 4 do not run between 0.10.,11I. and Falra.'dL. THE SUN a L. J. BRUXDT, Editor and! l'I"\'p'r,

.. ,will bark and wag his taiL If bewafts E. BARKER, OaneralSap.rlnt.ndeut. OCA FI.,'.
\ > to get Into the house be will J. .. 1LILL. Agent J. D. WATKLN8. Geoeral Agent JOB PRINTING

.. at ,the door whine and hI.L1bat ... _
wag --- - --. $)
- - ---- .. 41.1
.
Oae Year.. ..,...-.. .
they are all symptoms: of oue DEPARTMENTMakes 8Ingle copies... . . . leA
the saute emotion. nut If his maa-
:opens the door he will cease tow a Specialty of All Kinds
.. anxiety Immediately' by whiningwill
:
YOUR MONEY BACKIf of Plain and Fancy
show pleasure only by the handsomely. Illustrate m. "II'
:,....Iug of hi. tall. devoted especially. to the tntet. 01
)Kla order to get a man's temper oneNt the fruit and vegetable gruw.n 01
,watch his eyes, but for a doga the Goods Don't Suit. CommercialJob Florida.A ,
have to watch his tall. The dog iswise special trial .ub.erirt cf'.1-i
Incapable of deceit and hence THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIVE UP TO IT. month will be sent on receIi1t, T -*|

'... :nothing of a politician. He d.is .-. .,.... Stamps taken. _-
too oue. not even hie master. 1C Printing
:'I"'beIs over Joy ed every emotion la Indicative I Ryt Whlsktyi Cam WhltktyiIKROAU. .

1;( of that fact< and b... whole I'CM UAL. AtfCHUA COUNTY
,,
makeup gives! ample testimony: to 1C Copper ) itUlt.\l. . : For . lll
4 It be Is itUtlrs* il It la tbe i : .*! f.5 '"* '
angered
or N. C. White . . $1 65 Alaobna county is I "< Me t' ,1
:;"..!...MIna way Houston lo.t. Queen City . . a 00 Business area has 248 mils ral r "w.I Ist

f... \ -- Bunny South. 2 50 N. C. Better. . . 2 00 Men, miles wagon road. !Az" *
A 1t.'I.' ............ . . 123 pablM schools l :
yak .'John K.n UU''k hangs; once ran scross<< ) Gilt Edgw . . . a oo 20 saw mllU f r1
.'* gift e H'X of \tn.> ut his ht oks In a FedtotM N. C. Fine . . . '-. 50 Professional Men hones. flve newtpap a scat.
. . . . 400 ,
tll.Cotadhau4 UH>k hu|>. still basIng this doeea corn cotton r'r-
.,UkcrtptkHt on the fly IMr. -To his Overnolt . . . .4 00 Laurel Vally. . . 300 Manufactories Etc data rye.. potau>e r. :,' .
,;frleod. J. O v.ith tlM regards and tbe aD.... peaches. pesr ,' > ..
:*ateeni of J, K cans, and all kind
r.'' '' lUnrs July 1S1o.- Legal Blanks on Short Notice.
'f. ICr. Bangs bnuktit tho i''+py an.l vent It

:'J1,t-;acrtptlon Ale friend Urmnith.*.c an TbU with tMK a. .>.k....>u brought a In-: I mm yK===m mm 14.00 .mail Theolldwing order easterners-letter-from i. self one-explaaa-of oar Gainesville the Count f S S:5

to a secondhautl tw.t.h..p, is .
re presented tory t Has fourteen ehure CMboo"
t. to J. Q wltb rrnow*! and rrltseated I f Louisville Ky.' Feb. :7. 18t .tbe Unl.r. "7private ,y,
regards anal ,-..tr.m by: J. K H. II. MeCreary. kcN.tb. -.< s
Bangs Ix r mbwc.l r.1Vhat ." WE HAVE OTHERS. WRITE US.O" Oalaesvilie. Fla. United State land +

.a or.. ____ T.......4. I matter l..ear la Sirs daB Received time, and the will printing say that water andcas tire light alarm*, tvcmaeaiae .j- c r,w

J; "\ makes you think, yea bar.'tQ..t U perfectly satisfactory. i like tbe aCop.. thr wvie. i

1 ,bu.lu... ability laughed the CT- V\TILLI.AMS I I envelopes so moeU. Many thanks foe ..eoctoIa gar'WU IJI .........
iiuesfal buelneea usarv MUny, yotiveaever your prompt' attention la fllliag order. tare. railroads. two f. #
n ade a ,dollarf Tears &nal&c l lMss. .. s.-....slt.Eeomp.m ,. j terasallss.y.
\ "Bwt ye'' forget deer," replKd his M. a..>R. 'ttIfI J ...
['ea MgitV.?. .wife, -thai ..., .. r-- ..;.':....IN'" 4tL___JACKSMIVILLE. _.,. FU.." 211. .. W. II,y SL_ II ............two bee h... Ci ..
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..... p...." r. -r < w =gaP. .. ......-..... ..bra. %..l&t. "
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA AUGUST 2,190F. pisA
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? GENERAL NEWS.F, | Bill ITALY Passed TO by OWN Chamber RAILROADS.of Deputiesto SE..A.. :E3 C) ..A.. B, rD::J 5


tli'1)'tlN r.Oro Raise Funds.
New York. August 1.-.After'a. .tout Air Line Railway

ijH FOR FUCUC .. SAVE days special) "sskm, for the discussion r

of the government railway bill . FOR . .
' of the Ulntah R..*",. >
wt
providing the
peening funds for taking over
-on Take Place Soon. the railways ar a valuation with com Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern
Colo: August 1prlvaw -
Janet!on.
w penaatlon for expenditure, the mla.

detectlvea"aaaiat have the arrived local laity of Signer Fortls received a rote Pines Raldigh, Richmond Washington .
juncUnn
i GrU.t of confidence' Sunday In the chamber
keep order,during,the ax- PhilaV
jw* to The of deputies by a majority of 1X2, ca Baltimore,
rush of land-aeekera to regis bles tbe llora.d's Rome ,

,lDC the opening of the, Ulntah Cent. correepon delphia' New York. t

OD.1.70r Bunting ,baa ap' The' chamber of deputies ,
was
officers prorogued
special police
many
1& .._ intended to,give lawbreaavM will be until again November taken up.when King the Victor bill? 'Three Elegant Trains Daily.Seaboard .
criminal., who cow. bare
Emanuel came to Rome to the
open
the period of registration the special session The debate
was very : Express.
attention. Gambling tea been
COUPONSand animated, the socialists and republican
Vd..
deputies attacking" the
registration officiate from ,the proposals with great rtolence government and {Seaboard Mail.
land office at, Washington area
threatening !
prolonged obstruction
like number at, Provo. and on
each clause of the railway bill. '
and'Vernal. About '
j sacb at Price
i applicants a day can be register.Hew. .The estimate* provide for a payment MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
ment to the railway companies of |&8.. "
OOO.OOO to net !te difference betweenthe - iOflly
coffee and lunch houses are -
1
covt'rnmt'llt and thethree Line Operating
pat up for the benefit of the companies. great ,t

er,." Kutlmates upon the num Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans ,4
Cat will come fluctuate between Vote
Olive Drab Uniform Discarded.
i and 5.000 but the steady ,Inflow iDenlcla. Cat August 1.-
[sari yarrlvals warranta the expect. has just been received at the Denlcla write A. O. 1 MACDONKLL: 8. O. BOYLttTONr J..
of a big rush. barracks announcing! that all olive drub A..,. General r .*enger Agent, Passenger Agent,
erytblu will be ready for the In
JAV SONV1LLE. FLORIDA.
uniforms now m the possession of the

as registration tomorrow. Thereabout enlisted me must be confiscated' at =---- '-.----- . -- .- __ ----._. -_._.- __.-,__-_ --.-_--.A
C.OOO homesteads to WS"dls-
i 1
d. containing all kinds of land.lustrations once. In't.: whole United States Take The
army them n it is said, but three Atlantic Coast Line
muat be made In per.If The
hundred of'h tr olive drab unlfromt

the necessary requirements. among the 1\11'(1 and of this numb FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
i u bing eligible to a homeeteaare d,.
about in "
aetcne the Benlcia barrack -

,vttl:!' be fulfilled> given all numbers.persona register These *cnnflsra. Ti" "" reason,Is that for tht the enlisted wholesale North ".Vie East t Dusosl Via South Via West t & 4'

hers will then be thrown together Merchants'Library I or or :p J :
when l
IwCI be drawn at Provo Utah. beg men >ti'I> In theafe nnlfttrma iaetaavtne Jsok.n.riris c Moat o. ,
'
can hanll !101 isUngulnbert frum the
An*. 17. officers and on svverHl' occasions mistakes Rapid Transit' and UnsurpaasM Service

(1C IS NARROWLY AVERTED hat b i II i mode through the!1f Tlw Table in effect April 16. iBOO. a

use. Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive From

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Thousand Excursions On River Contest Rheumatism. .aloi-Ita tih and In'.r-
springs la80.
.r
targes Have. Narrow .Escape. When pain or "irritation' exist on any I mediate Paints I Dally r'D.ttly
w York. August 1.-Two barges
part of the iHMly, the application of
I'.KK; an excursion party numbering Ballard'c 8imw l.lnirnent give, prompt 12.1&1'11I O"lllIh Leesburg and Tamp.. and ..tOp..

,2000, towed by a tug. came relief. E W. :Sullivan proprietor Sullivan Daily Intermediate Pain' Dan" "

ay near being 'dashed on the 1I0u..... Kl: steam O. T., write' 1 : O pita P alatka. Jacksonville. 1:16pns
; a* North Yonkers last night akght t June 0. 1902 ''I take pleasure In recommending Daily, I Korth East and West I Dadlf
!: or a severe rain
and wind
H lUllard's Bnow
Another tug boat rushed to Each all who art slf feted with Linimentto 1ZIObptb lUlb Npr1Ap. WaJol'ON. S..ann.h. Brunswick' 1tllpm
rheama* Daily Albany. Jtflarta. all Pointe lYorth Last w...
,
t "cue. tiim. It Is th.* only remedy I have _. Daily !
> esrursion party hailed from Ho found that gives' Immediate relief."
N J. After a day at Review ?Ae. boo and 11 Sold by W. 11. John 1 a23 pa ltaeh.ll. and If i6al.o' ,
I .iioanupy
*. opposite Yonkers the crowd eOn -:_ Dally I := I Daly '

dd the barges for the return Roj stv Rest)p Easy. -. _ _. . .. ......_ ,..... -.-, -_ -. t

the }Hudxon. A severe stormat T klo. AIM, Admlarl Rojestren 8: Oarn 1-JOp.
the time and only a short Paper I",.'. condition ha made satisfactory Daily L Ulah Spring 1 ",'

ac* from the grove the engine on progress since the operation" was per !.s.luDCSa1 .__ ... tlgoditjl, axe.
tux stopped suddenly. Every ef- formed on his forehead. II.. wa .
Interchangeable M1UH. Tlekete, good over 1B.OOO mattes of the
I to among prfaa*
cart It was futile. able to leave hi* bed and alt In s alpai railways In the Hootharn .
Htatee are on sale by the principal ",.A". ;!
1raewhilfl 1* tbe two barges and tbe chair yesterday. Pains' In one foot t Through Pullman simper' Port Taoipa to New' York via Atlantic OoMt ,
.rifted! nortbeaHt toward the Yon however prevent his walking freely I Line; alto via Atlantic Oo
iborc where It was seen that Contains but no cause for uneasiness exists For Qo apl... Infoetntlos.call on '

I ru had lost control. The captain The admiral has expressed his sincere 4. A>GOODWIN. Ticket Axsmt. Qalnecvllla '..

Kll for help and a large number satisfaction at the treatment ao Add reset if
pna.1: t r'r craft responded. corded him. FRANK O. BOYLHTON V(1'. Pas.. Agt. W. D. STARK.\Trav. r.... ..... "1:
taut h lift W. Il/ty at. Astor ifnildlag, Jacksonville ria. {:\t
wan
tock- quickly dlspacthed IF. 1d. ) htZR8ON1'rsf.1lgr.. W. J CRAIG.O.a. sa.... A..., \
II and Kummonded another Peculiar Disappearance. Wilmington, N. O. WII>stlsgtoa. H. O. :..1

tt'n the latter reached the J. D. Kunyan of lintlervllle. O.. lathe &W ., _.---_. .. ...- ---- --, ---. --- _. --'- -- .-, --. :
'aa I
arty' women and children One peculiar dlsat pearanee' of hla pain

,ff'I'' Irhtened.: but owing to ful symptoms of indigestion and bll SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 15
r
> ; nf the
crews of the barKe.of v 'oasness to Dr. King's New Life fills.

t 'h band order was pre- He says "They area perfect remedy,* Ulfectlv May a8, 1909.r ,

1\ for dlisnea! sour ttornaeh. headache '
: r jrji fast to the barges and eonstlpstlon' .,e." OuarAnteed' all', >< .atlr.l. Tralas Y.a-l :lice 94> !fe. SO Jlerlh end TTrl.Iv ... I. i,
..
'"it into the river when drug store ; price ?\-!. u- -
w w bin 100 yards of the Coupon Jacksonville Ho. Ky 9 Ida Tfiopj I I jlJ;, ;;>;;m., )'1.. Ho. Hy.Ho. : 74p
Lv J.*up H<,. Hy 11 4<*s !O40p' Lv J..up. U.. Hy.Ho. 1011Op ?>
--- TheAILAHTA Lv Havaaoah Hoe It/ J Wp U Wa ArMaeoa. Cia, ,, Ky. 6 t1f1w 'FArAtiantalla
Public is Aroused. ArColiimbia Ho. By d 66p aooaArCb Ho Hy. 69uaf1
f' %JoU. .14ft. Uluaap 06oa. Ar Kom.U. Hu. Hy. 710.,
D. c u sroustd to a knowledge ArUr "n.boru, Hu. let i la* 13 alp ArDalton. Oa ,K... Hy.Ho. 6 Sea,
*' 'r merits of that great JOURnAL Ar Dati>ili. - ...,.HO. Itl aata % IQp Ar Chattanooga. T_oo It jr.CJ 146A ,
e t. -, Ktrctrto Bitters for Good Ar Htoh mond Not,. Ht d 6Ma Ar I..esln.ton, Kr A O. 6al/p ,

f'oml( vr and kldarys. Mary Ar L.bl.HJ rg . ri ,. It/ au dAr ;; ArCsn.innntLO t l ,k lie 7
-s': ". "Sl8St.: Clalr Ave., CowrM Daily Cnarlottrsvllle' $a. Itft l.a. a lOp Lv C.nou..uU..0 in* t-our '

*.: "V", Ar Wa>hnicton.| .1'40.' Uf BftOa 0 SOp Ar ChUfscn- in lug Youth
.rveraA Sunday Ar Baltimore| P. It. ft. It IBM |1 .p Lv finest'',.il hItr Pa t.lss.e d
/1 1 riv n up to die. I had SemiWeeklyfiUBMCBIPTIU Ar W. Ph'd.I'ia P. H, U. I tap 2as Uhl..s... fit I is Mnoe 7
';'I u" : iii rn, nrrv*>. were wreck : Ar :f*w' York J., Jt. k. 4 13p KtaMo. Lv Cinetooatl.,, 1. 1

*. _l lrp.. and my stomach A r Oh>...... III Monet. T
34--N-W York and VJorWa .
PKICElv Exprs
". art fr,,m .* ... doetors for >...." Dallf Pulltitan IJ.) ..... KoornHl Lr: irnciuuaii.. l1, '11V L). _
'';W not ..,. Hoon afterk MAI4DAILY ..pt0g r Car Port Tamp sad Jaeksoo- A r Toledo. OAr U, II. 1).
I Ja Rlectrta Bitters, t will Iii New Yerk, l).iroii.. Mteh ,

'w .. fan"[Dpi "in Cluarauterd a short time I AM HUMIAY No. ao-"W*.hln.to and florid r-; (:h.tnna 1.. Uwill' n.s I'

C2ret 1 ",.. prier yids. at One year $7 (A) I.lmltetL" Dally PaUtnan. Urawlag, Ar Pitlal'srs. I'. I'a Lln.c l) ,
Nix month a IM I{.jom ,". >ping Car 4akanvlll' UiN Lv: tfiiMtinnatl.' OAr ltig net
** One month >w York, (OUvoUtM OI.v Your
** Hag
I oo Against a.bl.,.. Wl _. .. ,5,
One kbunday --- -<
a' Two. w J2 II: f..slnicw>n. l\y 150. y .
e August Fallowing g ciulyro. **** y..r 2 u. Tbreegb *vTb. Laa4 e# UM ttkf" |(.. M I Ar ....."u..IUK, Mo. Rf.A .
Mayor Ton L. John THK DAILY JUunc.u.. Ar Ht IxMii... 1.. lit
Lv Js.k"*pvill*>. Vie, ,
.t Ma. Ky 7 AAp
( Police ..
Koehler
to (including th Msturdsy 1"dt&6GnJ. AniHvtot*. Ala Mo. Its,
I. :;ling I and gambling a. One year $5 ..1 LvXavamiab.Oa. 1'o. Hy IV: l&aAr Ar liirmlaghsm. Ala, do. Ry.11M0
ColuwbJa, H. O ,)4 k>. Ity <1 (*MAr .
tin months :2 U) Ar tl.mphl.Tenn Yeo' .
are trade where t herte Asheville| W. <) .Mo. Uy I * rne+tlag opens this afaaaovacd tae mooth week 44On Ar tint ""$...*. ](. fJ .Ko. Ity 7 Ir'7p ltisneuls_ ,. Mn Yrte.o 0 4-
Votes. 10 Ar KttoivtllT.. .H<>. Hy fl ">MAr Sf.rnphs.4c.
w drat the Foil l ard wire .rvi!a of lh. A.- IwDUl..ill. ,rv.. Ky Jl/tA,. fins r'-.1 Ark '" _ . 070. '
abolished after the .oeiated I..... sad s large ....t ."Ie...., Ar M., '.ouJ.. ,.,.. Kr 4 rAp 7oYJs"fh.' Florida L mlid."
k, ade4 down and dlvld- eorpe of eO''J''CI"d.D'e' over .... Unit Ar Cli .lM.atl Q A CoO ss u. ( solid VMtiboI train, through t31)sly #!
a .- TIM CM WS while.. it i i. weave. t day a.eeh.a and Pullman ilt..pis*
A o. ar% -iMdy I'al1r.e.* Drawing' Car, Js**>ovIU ia OltMlnaatlKO.
4'' rl> eial f atnrrla Mundsy'.Jourssl. ltonm tad 1Sa0.t Wa-pln Car b.tw..a
en 1 Pullooaa
Up to OWk.H Dta leg HOOOK ,
k" Iored eotnie .o ppt.as.nt, Jsseksuwvlll.. .nd OIl)4'h,l1Eseelleat .. .
HU
? X Virgi.ls St.. L. Maga.... s' clo4.. .-- -- -.. plo Car between JaasoovUU.,t
ad }|....hold flints' by Maro II.. itlrstolagaam. MesHphM, Kansas City"
writwvt MFor over five bislag ('At ""na-. and 1'a' out the / aa4 flow to Pr...>rv* Y,.ar ,
tro'W.d
with Clp -- -- -- ..
kidaq a Health sad Beauty by Mrs. ll.nry - -- ,
aertpL. whieat esa..d tfrllM'e. AKItfVALH AT J"'C+t4U1YILLE. ''! .

p i5-. sad earlLest 1l.cbt Uo.e'p'roaa' Korvijrsj Courts by.pnt. YereI ".. York WVbingtoe. .te.-Xo. 79."Vfmthlmaion., and Florida LHK
lo+e aa4 Coupon? and lal fIJOf'I.." a.is..'.. f&e-t:' rOD.. /"';
week cause a| y+sw tips r c.-.p.... ......" ....wn. ....W.t.a. ,,.... e.York. WMDUgtoo, *M,,-Xo. ..fci.cu n sad Florida >M'+'"
arIa' lUire buck Inaal sad foetus aoeieiy svew*. pn.....Oidt>)> .. a. u.-t ,--. ;!
aa41 Nl dIL tiny tagsrt. >.t.. wtts.ll of ut..ew. of tk.to yreiM aa......,.A"'yUS.co. :bl"f'O" sad rJori4a,F
fl wN, ,40.. .". "' .- I ..... ,-" { 11

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iQ THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA AUGUST H, 190F

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tl .
A. J. Henry of Lake City was hereon ,, S Jackson of Lake View 'was' -

S OF CITY AND business yesterday.The trading In the city yesterday. -

freshest fresh .gg.t the University Major W R Thomas left yesterday I

; COONTYGOHDEHSED Grocery 25o per doaen.AttornejrRobt. 00 a bu.iue"". trip to Jacksonville.
ANNUALDIVIDENDS. *
E. Davis has returned Christopher Matheson has ...'urnlld'from

from a professional trip to Jacksonville. a prufrniiional visit to ,y High

Oath- ipriogs..

.Attorney Syd L. Carter has gone to Attorney J M I. River. returned yesterday _

Ovals and other points on professional from a professional visit to ,

r AND SOCIAL ITEMS business. lawthorn. A

aNAL Miss Louise Nixon returned on Mon. C. B. Hodge. Jr.. of High Springs ANNUAL DIVIDENDS applied to the reduction

HasH.pMn.d and What Ia OoingBHaPP day from' a month's visit to Live Oak I. spending a day or two with hi.mother I of premiums results as follows:
and Madison.
n Told In Short Para&'l'&Pha' hereWilliam 4

TNt '.H. Who Run May R.ad" Ladies,get your visiting cards at The Littledale and dau.h.r' In 1894 premium on $3,000 was . . . . . . $79.14 ,
Ban office and vote for f..orlt.ln'b.
your Hawthorn
were in the city for a few
aM The Sun. library contest.F. tours yesterday.Prof. In 1905 premium reduced to . . . . . . . . 57.69 N

Ian pme aa 8:30 lhu morning.oa P. Henderson, the nurserymanand J. II Coffee of Waldo returned

., newspapeI for sale at Tit,. Boo peach grower of Arno. was among to his home yesterday. after visit to .
the visitors to this city yesterday.
If1M'calling friends in this city. y.

card In latest tyle,. Remember the leading colored bar- Miss Eva Means has to Asheville

jSoa. offic'IT *. ber shop In the city. Foreman A Rob- N C where she will gone spend the- TIll union mm( m[ mSURAnet =
315 W. Main
J. Knight of Ne.berl'J'.q trad inson. street S. dflt remainder of the summer

Ia' tbs city yesterday. Ladies who get their calling cards Col. I. E Webster of the Dutton

.Bosse and lot for sale In South printed' The Sun office, 25 for 60 Phosphate Company left yesterday for co. Of CinCinnATI(

..,ill... Apply' at Sun effloe.f cents have. five votes in the librarycontest. the West End on business.

f,J. E. Fateh of Alaehua I* spending 3. 0. It Thomas of Willeford was

Uort" time with his family here.SI"fJor W. H. Lipseombe manager of aheloe.l among the prominent West Rod folks Writes all fortes of policien on the ANNUAL

; A. W. Taylor has returned branch of the Singer Manufacturing who spent Monday In this city DIVIDEND It will
plan.
Company made a business tripto save you
visit to Alaehua.
professional Sheriff W Fennell has returned
i a Arredondo yesterday.Mr. money: to investigate before investing -
; j.William of Bell was transact- from an ottiijial! visit to Orange Heightsand
J..uiinefs in Gainesville yesterday. and Mrs.\ S. H. Wienges have returned other points In the West End. in Life Insurance.J. .

":g. D. Iasett! of Floral City was reg- from Fort George, where they Mr. C. l... Phillips and wife of Ful.fords .I
have been
on a pleasant visit to the
red at the Brown House yesterday. latter's "'I.? arrived In the city yesterday i f
sister, Mrs. Wilson.If .
and are visiting Mrs. T. J. Nixon.
Geo. W. Seofleld ha rened -
.Attorney from a professional visit to Bell. you have job printing to do bringit Mesdames / Price of Mloanopy and M. PATTISON W. B. HIGDON.
to The Sun office. For every dollar'sworth
Pyre of Lakeland are In the city,
I'Vri.T. J. Nixon and children reel -
4 visit to Ocala on Moo- of work you get you have ten guest of Mr and Mrs. L. W. Fennell. PKEStlJENT, 0E2 EIt.tL AUENT, S
1 from a votes on the Library contest.
Deputy Sheriff< F. 8. Curl of Archerwas
Captain O. R. Layton has returned Cincinnati Ohio Gainesville FloridaNew
In the city yesterday. II.
reports
Point but
jltPonald' Rocky Jersey from South Carolina, where he has
matters_ in his line quiet at Archer justnow. _
f.9ea pound,at the University Grordert been for the past few weeks with his yt, ,

wife, who is sojourning there. -
L. K. Wood made a brief business.. \\'be.l.r'U.on -
wanted at 200) East Church We have of old sewing machine
a quantity
a at $3 per week for board and metal for sale, which makes the Best type trip to Alachua yesterday In the Inter for sale at a bargain. Apply at WILSON'S.
est of the Standard Fertiliser Com this omce.
dOiT
Babbitt's Metal for babbitting machinery. -
.T T, fcnglish of Tacoma was among Call early at The Sun office. pany. John and Fred Roux Wllliston arrived

who came to Gainesville yesterading .Mrs. Annette Saleewsky of Palatka, Miss Lillie Prlngle, a charming In lb. city yesterday, and will
young lady of Sumter, 8. C., I* In the
who is spending a few wicks at Mica- spend some time her aa the guests of,
sand city, the guest of her sister, Mr, *. J. II. relative. ,
.and Mrs. S. M. Ball Mrs.E. nopy "was a "I.horu this city yesterday -
Earle. .
Tmley leave ,for Henderson and spent the day with relatives.We W. P. Boulware and Dr. J. B. Curtis -
Mr. and Mr. J. A. Kosborough of Our Big Vahissw.
,tUU.S.C., today.F. have fine perch, bream, freshwater two prominent residents of the
Windsor were here on a short visit to
J. Hammond the merchant of trout and mullet, and a coop of Orange heights section, were among:
rthorn, was transacting business In fine chickens, for today's trade. City friends Monday. They have just returned the visitor to this city yesterday Dr. III all a'
from a pleasant aojourn In
city yeiterday. Fish and Produce Company Phone I Curtis' proceeded to Jacksonville the
.. Sooth Carolina, where they Wr the afternoon where he was summoned
on
Get jour Job printing at The Son job 183.
guests of relative. baslnees.Emma. DRY GOODS
11Ift' ud you can vote for your favor- Secondhand Itmlngton, Barlock
Mr. and Mr., U. E. Mellon and ehllIren .
Roes, colored wife of Carter
in the library contest.In. Smith Premier Rem-She Oallgraph

Vf, A, Adams of Rochelle Is in and Fay-8holes typewriters for sale. nopy and were Dr.auioag I.. Montgomery those who of favoredslnesville Miea Ross, died In this city Monday eveningof Keeps Us Busy.
and
appendicitis buried Tuesday
was
fit, on a visitto her parents, Mr. For particulars call on or address this } with a visit yterday. Dr. -
at Jonesvlll. She
In
office. wa a mot
,..
II SI I. O. McCarroll.
Montgomery paid Th Son an appreciated don'lou.oma... and was ...UlUrecl by 'tr t
1'. H Cato and Leroy N. Pearce two Would July sales of Blue Ilibbou call.
i both whit and colored. The Information
rptiife lemon and vanilla extracts been the lf'Rig
citizens of Machos, were
- --- of her death will be learned with
fetors to this city yesterday. largest In the history of our buslnsss If regret Ass.rt..ats .1! t .-

Mia wanted to log small mill from they were not the "best ever made?"
; East Oalnesvllle' population ha )
Ask for Blue Ribbon lemon
10. your grocer NEW YORKRACKET.
to 000
feet perday. Call on or Emhraidariaa J\
vas" J, If. Prater, Mleanopy. Fla. and fectly.vanilla. Takes less. Flavors' per- another been Increased family, by Clyatt.the Barron addition and of La.uand

C.' W lUuknight of Archer, one of family having removed from High
all W..IIj.j.I j.
leading merchant of that section. The Kinwood !'ra; Springs, and will make this their future _

e..I visitor to Gainesville yesterday. the hot weather use a Kinwood gasoline home. They will b* gladly welcomed aa.s.Mrs. Z

: artnan Smith of Alaehna, who Is stove. They have all of the safety and It Is hoped they will be ..'

netted with the Williams Company, appliances which make explosions' Im pleased.

"rtfc nti. was a business visitor to possible. A new lot Just received! atBaird's. Robert Dixon' for the past few yearsin ;

'sesville yetrday.H lb. employ of Crawford A Davis,

H: L. Cushman and slster-ln H. V. Duke has returned from White CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH liverymen, has gone to Ala.hua, wherehe

law, Hiss Mary Cushman have re. ,Spring, where he spent Sunday and ha oepted a position In the R. Wil'H1,: .

*d from fteabreese, where they Monday with his wife. Mr*. Doke Is table of L. U. Powell, Robert I I. a . ,; :
gent some time pleasantly. sojourning at the Springs for her good driver and tender of horse, and

U JI'l want choice fresh water fish health and fri..nd..1II be gratified to his .service to his employers were always T. F. THOMAS 1

r KuIUt or a nice' chicken 'phone learn that she is already beginning to faithful and valuable.' :

** fc, Fish) and Produce Company. Improve. STRAW 8. II. Benjamin of .U(canopy was lathe

lrW.. Prompt delivery. Engineer lane Lyons of the Atlantic HATSWe .11, yesterday. Il will be remembered IUnDtRT Aft I no ((01:#

Mr ,f A Larson of high Springs Coast who has been Indi.- that Mr, lleiijamlo recently had

i-.d t thro-iKh the city yesterday en JMM..d forseveraldays at his home In the misfortune to lose his .store with "'

**'. t
... 'Ilit' friend and relatives.If'U resume his run between High Springs are still making war on HTUAW 3ocju>. lie aspects to rebuild PULL LINE OF :f'
T "' and Citra. IIi. friend will be glad to and will leave this week for the North ,;
....0... Ion ha. returned from a learn that he la out again. HATS. W. havrnt many left, but they to purchase a eomplet* line of goods NEW 0 OOD8Agents
trop to aark..
HesaysStarke1y.
b1. ... considering the season. Among the prominent planters visiting must b* sold. Mr. Benjamin owned probably the 1

'-I 'It[ t ,II town does not seem to this city yesterday was Perry U. largest 'general 8&ore'll' the county at tor... -,..
4N '* .. of Wacahoota. Mr. Ramsey the time of the fire,
II "' .J l Ramsey
greatly: by the removal Monuments Tombton6r M"
,
*u, >Ir trade from there. reports that there has been an abundance U. M. Chamberlain of Tacoma wa and Iron frVncen.See .i
of rain In his section recently )
In '
*"' : lb..isy yesterday Mr Chamberlain -
Knergetle
...., man In each Cotton Is opening freely and gathering la effort Our '
'J an to save his burning
p > t 4
signs
advert!
and diMe I. Prrtty Line of _ __ k
bQ\* It ; salary' $18 weekly $Sip in earnest will begin In a few days residene a couple of week ago had ,

''ay f _. -- the misfortune to be himself severely alte-llew t all
r '- nea; honesty and so- - ----- -'-- --- Personal .aCeft'' :
" ... burned and this I* hi. first visit ., Mall. and
J' r .ntlallh." experience READ THIS. Bed Lounges and toOaiueevlllo this' line 1.lt1rrapia err/t1t s.f

14:: .. '?-"> Chestnut 8&., Phlla alna' lb. conflagration ritsaplly" attended te. J.h,
i ; ikrrtrav, ALA. Jt rev' 18, l*' u.Dr. lie has nut yet fully recovered from 't

' I lira I' t:. W flail 4i. l.ou.10: -D..ar Couches.... hi* misfortune, but Is a great deal .. -. "f-'j 4iitin. !,
:: R. O. U... and sun. ( vill. F1or1dI
1 ? I'e have been selling your TeiaaWonder. '.,, Mr. Chamberlain elate that .a.1 .. ,
Hlh 8prln.. were In the Just received from factory and priceright. t.
wl Hall's Great Discovery for will rebuild hU nom. a* soon a* he can -'
'pending the day with I t
I two sad recommend It to anyone seen,* the material.
bI Matter Robert eiteodKTiijttoo ", years I
: offering with kidney trouble a* b-'o.1' THE CONTINENTAL it
where he will I
_
+ the best remedy we ever. old Your.
o
days .. the JI !
guest of U carryaElt'rAC c&xy.
pia J H, Y.CHU.
truly. cNITHS'WELL
r _
MOUNTS I <"
>Ir the m. Line 01FURNITURE
ft* prayer meeting aaI.t A TEXAS WONDER.

t, chdreh tonight will beOffleera One small bottle of the Terse Wco -

1* and How We Can d.r. U til's Oreat Diseovery, eures aU

4t to The pastor request kidney ausl bladder trouble*, remove* All tilts old Htan.lar.lH anti

ts;, * M poselbU of the stew. gravel core*'1Uabe.... seminal era is. of every de*.riptio and prise* tho choicest of tilE now idleLL'i

l.,_ end other oflleers be .ion*.weak. and tfrf .- trails. rhea ma- the lowest lw4ued.
..tloa.
: turn and all irre calarua of "'. ktdavey .
teal A. Paul of the United and bladder la bath men and they' I
a .*** b*. returned from. trouble. ,. 1 -
late bladder
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