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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 23, 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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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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. - GAINESVILLE FLORIDA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 19O5( ) TEN CENTS A WlKK

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',\ BLOODY FEUD IN TENNEs.& lt;. demnity under the circumstances 1"
NINE ARE
NTY-FIVE NEW I I PEACE CONFERcNCE unprecedented and historical occnslons KILLED ;

Three Men Killed and One Wouned. where indemnity was paid In sup.

GASES OF FEVER I I I Trouble of Long Standing. AT A STANDSTILL port of her contentions. Most of these THIRTEEN INJURED
been made
flairlman, Tenn. A u.l& SJ.-According precedents have already <
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.u I I I In connection with a recent Associated .
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r.,: \ bloody feud battle occurred near Alice Press Interview with MiMaartens

[.the. Mortality is Somewhat atatioa on the Queen &.udr.* seen Envoys: Waiting For In a true.. The protocol also state: Freight Train Crashes!!! It> 0 .

4' Reduced ih Number. I railroad about 2 milts south of Ifiii. that Russia throughout her history: Crowded Street
tiona From Home. Car
,.., rlman Junction. has never paid a war indemnity not
.Y- THREE DEATHS REPORTED Frederick Miller and hts son John even when Napoleon the Great invad
IDEAL WEATHER AT NAVY YARD Muscovite In 1812 and MOST OF VICTIMS WERE
Miller aged 23. and Pied Johnson, ed the empire W .r-id

ill'a Noon Yet. were killed and Henry Miller another occupied Moscow. ---
the Number Up to
, President Roosevelt's Proposition Is In .
That More Were Net Killed
eon of Fred Miller aged 18. wua dan is N s%>
laMiday--Cleaning >I. h. Order of the
; gerpusly woiinJuJ, the Hands of the Rulers of both LOUISVILLE BANK FAILS. lous-Th Street Car Was R

.'Oay' t New Orleans-Outside Place The men were 'nroute to the statloi
Countries and No Replys Have Ys
Ing from a Pleasure Retort .
Jff Quarantine. where young Miller was to leave to Western National Closed by Order of ?

jolty the army.Tien they were Been Received. Comptroller of Currency. the Awful Calamity Occurrea
: 22. The city
few Orleans, August : ;
2 miles from the depot they wen Portsmouth N. H.. August. 22.-Th Washington August 22-Thu Joor
olesueU and there Butte. Mont. August j.-:: :\
(.r being thoroughly fired upon by ,men from ambush. The emperor's reply to the message of M of the Western National Bank Loul son were killed one far a,

A)it'Dot been mach trouble' expert old man and his son John fell dud Witte transmitting the proposition or ville. Ky.. were closed this morningby and about 13 more or leap ?

I, except among the lower classes. ', at the first volley while tho youngeMiller President Roosevelt has not yet been order of the comptroller of the cur a collision between a str. a
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bare been brought to time 111; and Johnson were enabled to received up> to noon today and "' 114 rency.A with returning merry guar

ita. Surgeon U'hh.I.is hopeful return the fire. not expected until tomorrow at the statement Issued' by the acting the Columbia Gardens ao.,
80 far It Is not known bow comptroller of the currency says:
I many earliest. It I*, therefore likely that.
i lie r |he outlook. train on the Butte Anat' u ,
ten were In the other party. will be final show of hands "An examination of the bank b;)'
total number of cues to date I.J ii. there no ciflc railway last night.
: Johnson was struck twice In the second tank Examiner Garrett showed that
at tomorrow's slua of tho plentputentiarleu. -
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fl. with a total death list of 2O8 The d.adIa gl/A i II
volley and fell dead. Seeing Its capital was badly impaired by .
there were only 26 Maud Johnson Mrs JacoKeefe. "
.',;,Vp to noon today he would be unable to fight the enemy ThU would have been an Ideal clay I 0t8! t.-'S. Steady withdrawals have been
a ..... reported and three deatht Vera Haughton M 1
single handed, the Mil made for several days and there wasnot
younger to negotiate peace.: It U an even pleasanter Smith. Chris Wolf unkn,...
ler rode with bla right band sufficient funds on band or available .
\l; Other Placet.Tbree away day to bank ri: the warm sunshine by name on metal check fo a
shot off. to meet further runs likely to be ,
the veranda. and this is what
on pocket; unidentified man a
.i cases of fever have developed For more than 20 years a feud war many of the attaches of both missionsare > made by depositors .an.! other cred : both at the Montana und' rlore.

idregorv" : Mo. All are Italians. baa raged between Miller and Hawl doing. The principals however; Itora. the acting comptroller directed .

Ings families. It Is not known what the bank to be closed In order to protect -
Baron Kouiura unj :Mr Taka h Iru. and]
ilia Loaded with passengers; Jl
strict
bat quarantineall ,
put up a member of the latter families were the Interests of all creditors alike
for recreation
the North M. \Vltte have no time! women and girls the c.'
from
< persons corning engagel In the tight. and prevent those having knowledge
Before bieakfast this:: morning MVS'ltte. from Columbia Gunlcua! *
have. a certlOsaie.Woatgomery A posHe and officers ar" e ct>urln; jf conditions securing preference over
although he waa not feeling ",,'ellw.
a __ - : by the end of a freight r'
: Ala his abandonedquarantine the country for the murderers ..... head at work and he scarcely those without the knowledge. railroad tracks north of th ,
It Is tho belief of the people of the "Thomas. Thornton baa been appointed .
( against Infected pointsrioathat stopped while breakfast was served aconUa and Pacific J-t{)c"
community that other killings will to- receiver."
to him In hU Baron Rosen bud
work to the Htstn. No room crushed beneath the we" ?
low. The Western National bank .Is com .
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registration, at the statios.'Ju'lie not returned from Magnolia. freight car. killing nine ac '
having
' No plan fur either have been announced paratlvely a new association juring one and perhaps, an
FATAL FEUD IN KENTUCKY. been chartered Oct :9. 1904. to *uo-
health authorities at Mississippi today but ag both are expecting merous others were slit h' >
coed the Western Bank of Lioiilsiville.
.. there cablegrams from their home : were, take nto their home
one new
ea yesa
\\y .announce Members of Two Families Have Fight \\-. H. Smith watt president and T..1
granddaughter of etenatoif governments which may decide the ment. their names at this >
'In Blue cashier
Grass State. Jefferson
fate of the negotiations It Is unlikely unobtainable.
.7. Clay {:''Ity. Ky., August 22.-In a detperntti The deposits In the bank amountedto "'
that tbt'Y111 go far from thy hoteltol That more were not Kulous. :
f iRtPORT; OF COTTON feud fight on Black Creek tnPowell fl.070,810. ,
CINNED. ,,yThe. for the accident o<' "

.A county Campbell Anderson wag !>>lphln ban! receTv 'd orders tu a suddenness that preclml' .

je Bureau Issue a 'Supplemental killed an.! Tom and Cat Mortens,, nail! for lo-
F" Report of Crop of 1004. I brothers, were seriously wounded in a urdor way' this morning It Is assumed of the car.105t of them e

['VWaahlngton., August 22.-The census "blind tiger" and were asnultcd by her* that site will later return All Leading Hotels Are Crowded With men and young girls; anu *

xu tojay Issued a supplemental IMunkctt Before the men could be hens In ca..e the envo) after con. Guests at This Season. these were killed the oth"'

>rt on tb" quantity of cotton gin pnrnttxl' Anderson wan slashed several elusion, wish to return to New York New ..York A.ugustA: glance at urns! being mea.PrntrudlnK .

from the crop of 190t, showing a. times with a knife In the ban.Is ol hy water "he Mayflower will remain the Jiotel registers" thronged rt tau, from beneath U>,

growth far that year as thft,1 byginners :I Anllt'I"lOD.'hen It 1 became knowu I throughout the conference Both Uu. rants and streams of' theater goers of the mass of twi! tf d cud I ,

*/. to bo 13. .'V1.279 bales.agns ,. I that Anderson wan dead the fight bf tans and Japanese have almost tinUhed and the counties slcht-nr-elng! : vehicles, hers were the feet and .oa..

a round bale as a one.hull came g">11er.11! between the friends of I the protocols to Mibmllttd show that there. in more visitors In of several! of the victim r

Instead of 13. !tt.7":, : Andemon. on one side and those of I at the tupcttnt of the conference tomorrow New York at the present time than were badly crusheJ. and rh* ',

Morton on the olb..rAll at corresponding perlol, in .
,>explanation of these ngures theft I afternoon. any years woman were; almost com :'"
fates follows of the m"'n are amon the most Nearly everyone of the 90 large"
at :
1 The fixtures uf the protocol Is I ered just above the ankles

d rsus bulletin No. 19 on cotton I prominent In ire county, and have the presentation of the reasons, ad I hotels devoted to the handling of the nlzlng! screaniM could be Pain'but

alas Issued April :S. 1905. showed I long been known as members of fightIng : van cet| by both! siI M for the divergence ' transit guests. with their many as the remainder of the "

at the time of the Marrh can I mlllii of early feud lays FVr" /: of views upon the articles upon rooms. are Oiled to the fullest capacity oMured from view. It was rto

Of the cotton ginneries for th". thor trouble Is eipoctej. which no agreement was r -l\clt'll.: and HO are the apartment hotels. Identify the victim.

te' published In that report, there I On Article 5. the cession of Sakhalin where there are' about 20.OOO rooms. It The train which struck '

'laed to be ginned 19 .275 !)rilesthe Ask Protection of Court. the Japanese cliltn that they are entitled is estimate dthat In these 170 caraancrloM car was composed of 14 ire -
Inrk"nn. :MN.., August 22.--Several \ accommodating about
SI.MI
of 1101. A I
crop runvafti to the Island aj well an by reason being pushed east on the t
!e between July :2 and August A for I I.f Pi.inkttn' county citizens who gave of their national right to Its po*. I> 'r"on*. have been Oiled a Butte, AnaconJa and ia'ft, .

fvidtucM and male voluntary ('OnftII'IIInn I tMany of th* hotel patrons are" forflgners. -
purpose of verifying these report ... n ton Iii' b" raime! of UK present! oocupitlon The street car was approachthe

wed that 9S.497 bale, counting the I : on which the federal: grand Jury by the Japanese' forces, 'l"h"ltu".lalu. > ; but the great majority areAmericans soag .u
: tntlu, "r.-l| :j b>o citizens! of that county forwhitfcitpplnx "' who have come to see New
lad as half bales, were ginned ID on the contrary Insist that he was. on top of the train e

...... of estimate published In the make complaint! 10 the up to ISSO; Japan had never claimedany York All the railroad lines having tern and warned the mote

42i'of April federal authorities that they are be. theta to Sakhalin, an.! at that time terminals In New York have been So- the letter" put en speed and a
"I- In* MitiJtcfM to Intimidation and perx Ing an extraordinarily large: business
""" I only 2S: unniArrled Japanese lived In to cross ahead' of he train
cutloi. by former members of thehltrcapcr this and the officials
I the
summer say
: LM'II Ouraon Resigns Vluroyehlp.iI. the south of the Island during the fish.
'league and ask that protection volume has been growing: year after
ImIs,. British India August 22.- InK season. Admiral' l'eluttitatlneopened "Father of Bowling" Of
h. KH them The Ignite.! year.Vhen the homeward rush from
....._ the public generally sympaPl the eye of the Japanese to New York August :. s
f rtatcr comm4| "lon"r advise! them to seashore, country and mountains begins
tbiaa 1 are .. ,....e4 for lord" Curxoni'eX .I makt"rfit.n the value of Sakhalin when h.. went" Curtis first. vice preside. -
( Ii to the charges after about the first week In
St"pt..m"tofOr.
.
| Keddleeton. viceroy of India who there In 1HM and Initiated ..KotU' American Itowllcg eoncr"'sIs
which pmrtif measures will h t- taken they will all put on eatra trains
,:far eight weeka has been cooflne 1 lions for the poHsoMrflon of the entire known throughout the o
. for their Itn-tl'Cton.! \ J ||ovt. the for i>p .'ratlon.
;%. his, v.4. where be conducted hit d..tl"C"h." "hn worked I island by Itussta It "was then that "Father of Howling In Am r
the evlrfenc,
cablTaer ., up Japan In order to mako gust her claim
"at stngie-buuted against the againut lb. yesterday from \ypbold f.-
whltocaper' oricanlaatlon. Attempt to Assassinate Queen
Is widespread regret thai I trtcj to colonize the Island! and stat home In Brooklyn. He! wa,
arrived tixjiv, from )ttchtaan' and llprobably
w Nework.. .August: -News
.. has felt himself obliged to resign I I'd that Alro race which lives\ there.be'onxM was home. t'ntll be fell 111 he ta::
g" to Kranklin! county to coo rclvej" Aterday. ..y* Turin dts.
a
despite the almost unanimous support, fr with the isa. and outer Iraiue. : t<> the same family a* the every day for 5u years. In'
patch to The Herald that
press and commercial bodies. Thf original inhabitants of the northern an attempt tis organltej the first ten ;

f friends of pant Kitchener are 3ublMat. .I I Man's--Heart- ---on--AI.-i h-| Side.I1IC..If" I Inland% of Japan In 159. MuravitfTgovrrror has been made to assassinate Queen tournament In the l'n.te.1 stat>
Marsherita, iothr of King Victor
and the tmtmaniier-la chief olke general of Amur tried to In the next t.wpar.. h<. Airganlrlnic '
Lisa .\ *. i',,1] .Vu I
>eu l 25VShfn I2mmanuel. who Is I making a tour of
forenow standa. as the Iefaetoroy persuade JapAn to yield In her claimto many la'r..lu' 1U...-. A 'iandcap the Alps In an automobile The dispatch .
with the I'4Jutb1'\ of Sakhalin: ,, but did rules!
hi"c"\ greatly en came tht author of iKf!: '
gardener was. placet' r the -
on operating add that the motherwas
ked. In the opinion of the native I nor sun d all Ih.nl..rl..u. haj already queen Latlng ten pin rx>wlln< tll'-
table at the county hospital here t... .
ascending the Uttlw 8( llernarda
t the
begun Japanese
KItch.r..r's powers are supreme. to support country.
/ lay to und* Ko an >peratu\n tor the her automobile accompanied by the
'4 In the aUlhJ..aln.t llu* la.
/n' -- removal of a growth. front has nck It Marquis. I>tvala and two" gentlemen:
t t. Killed ( discovered by the Demand for Indemnity Unprecedented Woman Held Without BNew .
HI.
Half ai.ter. was surgeons thatilb. I when the machine snd Unly struck

: rLsoe AIIC"'I.' August 21.-A' pntlent's heart instead of being' With regard to Article 9, the proto against a aton barricade that had York August 2t "

.M.' ..tae. a cetu.nt nn.b-r.: chat aaJ In normal position. on the left md* .,.fIthe C"rp..at"" the argument Already set hewn erected In the middle of the row Uric C Noting of \\04")0". hi

,allIOat., t&staatly V\'!led hi* half .ister, l oJ). was I located on the.. riphtH I forth .jlmee la the AaK>c.arc<' and was -named No one was la that Mrs. Katherine )pores

i'Miaa+ Ia>ttl ll.tsi.. nr*.| four shots at'aaotlielr .. nearly .U Inch..* front its pn. >n*
.' slater which falUd ef iaelr ptacu: The organ In every .wav. : ,.* for the c-two'e. of the alar-reel |V>:I--II! ta an automobilv '" rrot1o.IDC "' was arra.ned IBmagatlne. a ,

k. the* turned ta* ...PQ tspoolalittts.st1 ..v...r. appeared norusal It r < I. nt:. war on the *round that f-.cy: were tb<- party md at one marte she appeared

sad llred flee shot. .eo his i*.l tea-n In that position fr>n :irib. forced by Ku.*lAs sjntrv+si., "ns to resort an investigation r..-..itlnc In She .!!%. I.l _**'. *d uf hr facts:55 T

%Jireest, dyt. '.. abcn time Ja.tN'n... to arms for aUpr.rirvion III'" ! rrv that the ban-lead.< bad wITboat
tragedy oeesrred at the kon* af the General Strike Iclued. having: b- victorious at .....: porn : w.... ptar>M three, to bring about 1..11.VU4. ho.w.9 TL '

'all att4L DNtae -Ject.. t* has ... t 1\'arsaw" l'hIAns.'is'.t :: .\ graersi .ea and land. ur ...rl.1 r. rwtlHir ... A tats "C't'.t l1t to the qut"t'OQ. Two held lir_ Young I ..

.......... auau..a fives ,.... ) s'nW has been procl.\tn i a i .*mnl Roasts, uu the .".+nTy, t arrests were taaJ. on suspicloa I. kavwa wa. .ih.r tl a

ihnxighoiit the lABd. aa a t.. "t*.* Jrnle aiwHUMtely teal JA/AA b InsUloa a lti.egaa. wtU recover ;

against the disregard of the ira t of >, to
/waaiwi M aek.l0urltlttt'Z the |*nte.r IT,. the ecfcora for hp.Dtatto. $*.. sot .duto.I"IC defeat. tlysnowt>tt. Mass,, August :l The T.I.gral i.es $5P4 CJ'St.

hssglst: )1 .,ftdg. JohA i.toay. la the nattoaaJ assembly The and appeared. at the fttaf..C' ant J Lhtca.Aa mss who cam here. today, to Paa:, .Lsguat :t--r-

t,wt etvlb.1 as h.rr today', fianpdoyeat implasisg r.res 'drat hecas.. of her .... .Dort. L. htarsa fatal 10 U..u. .... tel.. rnp era oa' wr d

!.. ,Vistula railway H work, ..* knew",et IM'sa' aad 'ber wilhaapses 1:2: U.Attu tIM'-aaft.... (a C/uieassi silk vaIkoe4e.brae' =uJ 01 _e

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DAILY suN GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, AUGUST fc 3, 1905 ;a

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A GREATEDUCATIONAL
[ !Correspondent From That Burg Writes Miss Tebeau's man never loves woman MO well
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on Birds and Other Things. a* when be baa been able to come to

.. Windier Aug. 22.-This part of the her rescue.-Alice Woods Ullman.
Boarding and with opinion la hanneda
Tbe man an
: has been blessed
f-eoonty with abundant '
though be! carried about blm the
'1\rain lines July 1st. Cotton opening School > germs of Infectious dl ens .-Alfred' !
(rapid I".. dome of the farmers have Day Hutro.

", ( .several hundred pound. picked oat I never can make out why those candid .
{ No. 1b We- Main! St.. S.. f
t.alread OAINKSVII.LR. FLORIDA people who always say what they
..;;Caterpillars have made their appear / tblnk have such uupleaaant thul1 b"-

.*.(..n.e In several fine fields of cotton ( ;filet Se Iou OpeaaSeptemhr J> Sarah Grand. MOVEMENT !

tjut is most of the crop was planted ( INth, 1t0arvti S Unlearn. a man believe In himself bema

early'( In this lection, we are in hope.tt.h..i a. well be burled Immediately
will not do very great injury -'" for all the work be is going to do In

|' AH; people should remember, but those the worhJ.-Sldne Allnutt.

.'......a-1 ID farming should especially ALACHUA HAPPENINGS. generally The roan attempt wbo hope nothing.for nothing"Tomor will A Magnificent Library Worth $500

keep,in mind the fact. that birds and Ginneries OperationTelephoneServiceOther row" Mould always fling Ita light of

predatory Insects are the only ef. in promise upon .todsy-ltey.. Silas K.Uocklng. .
''fw,tlve destroyers of these aud like Notes. Offered Free of Cost !

: Among the birds the common Alachus, August 21.-Messrs. Missile Since the garden of Eden men have

Jae Jay and the Field Lark are asnoqg Williams. have now installed at their taken a good deal mo' pleasure In layIn .

'1)INnost active destroyers of cotton ginnery a 15-horse-power gasoline engine blame on tbar\wives than In layln '
SUN Readers Should
.lrpilian. pecan worms, cut worms, and commenced ginning last week. blame on the devll.-Ellen Glasgow. Something Consder:

.M.' Black birds of all kinds from the The farmers throughout the long cot

| *0ft>w down to the rice bird destroy ton belt report the cotton crop 25 percent Ralph .Id. Em ,r...'. Btov*.

: oontless thousands of injurious worms short. Ralph Waldo Emerson and was particular a man of Read the Following Details Carefully:
rare Integrity very
Long cotton is selling in this marketat
afjag the nesting season. The more
One
about small things. day a new .
only known: Insects, the red and from 4 N to 5 cents per pound. cooking stove bad been provided for "

f)tUUk hornets and their near kinsmen, The William Company has added his Locale and, although the stove came The Mystery Surrounding the Beautiful DbI j Q.|

*h.wasps, are great destroyers of cat swell line of dry goods and notions to very highly recommended. It proved :

.rplllars.( worms and flies. their already large stock. thoroughly unsatisfactory and most W. HYDE'S Window Revealed in the foI1'. .lute .

?*<_Th.'eltlaens of New Orleans, Tampa The Alaehua Telephone Companyhas provoking as It did everything but

dad many other communities are be. now a direct line to Gainesville what It was expected to do. After A number of onr enterprising merchants -1 execution which exatmna .,,11

rdleaing. to look upon the mosquito as connecting with C. C. Voyle's Independent awhile the family was In despair and have arranged what will prove prove.
suggested sending It to auc I The conditions of the ,,,' .
some one e">
to be most interesting contest between '
. rfry bad character fact a kind of exchange.Mr. tion. a follows: Any lodge ehim es

MtV,."'.lIow peril" and are spending' Lock agent of the Atlantic: CoastLine "Whatl" exclaimed Emerson. "Trans the High School, Twentieth : club, hospital or orgsni,.:at r I

!',.a ffr4)at many dollars trying to exter has moved with his family to his fer our own perplexity to another pairof Century Club Odd Fellows' Home n.1 or private is eligible to tn .

itttrlaat. them Hearing this in mind new residence on Dell street, in West shouldent No, never unless the P. O. Klks Volunteer Firemen Mason. Votes for individuals will () >t ,i.
ed. With
Alachua. .. \Y. O. W.. K. of 1'. Gainesville each 10 cent. j''4r ,
: mold U not be well for all of us to do stove" labeled Imperfect. ticket will be given by the ,

';'jtlsm of the very useful bird known moved into their handsome two-story and sold at a great cUsCOunt.-Bostoo Finley Chapter of the U D. O.. or any libraries are furnished, on v% 1 I

throughout Florida a. the bullbat. building on South ..reet.ln South Ala herald church Sunday: school ho-pitM organization be written the amount of the ...
or institution you would wish and the number of .
>TThls bird Is one of the most efficient chua. to own the b..otlfullibrar, valued at votes r
The Oldest Rook. chaser will write on the Lark. >
rtflroyers of mosquitoes. These to* l1r.V.. A. Farria. who has been Max Muller said that the Brahmans $5('(), now on display at Cl. W. Hyde's. stitution or organization for a is

UjSfethsr: with various millers and moths quite sick for several days is now im In particular pride themselves on the THE REWARD will be a magnificent / or she desires! to vote, sign! t, I :ry

|.r form the chief part of Its food. At proving.The ago of their Vedna. which according library confuting of :SCO. volumesof and deposit the ticket 10' .,,1
the standard subscription publications box in the store in v\hicl tV,
>
,\\nls\' season of the year there are many doctors report very little sickness to some critics date from GOOO B. C.; of the day at follows The I. made ty

--4ao..alled sportsmen who make use of for the time of fear in and around according to others' from 1200 or 1SOO Great Chns. Dudley Warner "Libraryof The standing of the cone->. II

>.;'!.Innocent and valuable bird al a Alachua. _. _ B. C. Kveii' this more moderate date the World' Best Literature; 46 be published exclusively in .>.*
;hlnd of automatic target to get themrsttlvesin la fur beyond that of the Old Testament volumes ; "Library of the World's day's issue of The :Sun 'in' .r
,: pr&&lo.ror. the quail season. JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT. or any other sacred! book, so that Greatest.. Classics," SO volumes ; theAngloAmerican 14th, 19O5 at 7 o'clock I'| in
to the Hrahnmna must be given the credit. Dictionary and OyclopediM remaining votes will be' i-um\ t
:.;.n.nuh of these birds Is not fit for Two Young Men Arraigned ChargedWith If credit*th"re ho. of possessing tbe 12: volumes ; Library of Oratory the magnificent library awaru< e

./food and It would be good If there were Interfering; With Officer. oldest the! most remote and consequently bv Depew, 15 volumes ; organization having; the tar-p I
:"'aa. means to stop this barbarous U uiUa: of Halzac 36 volumes ; the Library bet. of votes. The Sun wil peach I t
Morgan Mansfield and S. . the most dlrtlcult of the lIacl"e'book.
Booth of ) 32 volumes the i ,
Poets ; i-4uo a coupon whirl) >\ e
{i"'. t.la.. two young white men who are employed of tbe world. World's heat K...ays, volumes' ; History .. the holder to two vote tn-i e
:'l\B.' D. Phlfer was the champion flh- on the naval stores farm of J. of Our Great Commander., 12volum credited to the institution t' a

:I' rman of the past week having caught I). Pope h Co., Rochelle and who stand ...p....... ............. \" .. ten nn space provided for tI\
....ral fins black bass, one of which A ltti lnn MoldliT, heft behind his Each: and every one of these booksare delivered to the ballot b"I"* r
: tipped the scales at something over well in their community, were arraigned brother! In nr...,.. !Ih slowly ruse up specimens of the best mechanical of the stores.
before Justice Colman
Monday
t.IRht pounds and fnced his rnptors. Thny smiled :

;/t' ''There have been' several new ar afternoon an ollleer upon a In charge the,discharge of Interferingwith of his nmljihly and reassured, the pulled otr i I Voting Tickets Can be Secured From the Following Merc s. .
e rivals la Windsor of late. )Ir. and his sap and c-ouiniaut-etl to fan himself,
} duty and making an assault Deputy with it. sow. It 1* u common custom
Mrs. I. I. Wilkerson. Mr. and Mrs. O.
G. W. HYDE. W. R. THOMASOur
Sheriff L. K Story was the plaintiff for a Japanese soldier to carry about
R.Oreen\
I
and Mr. and Mrs. It. F Or.
and appeared tn testify against the with him In tbe hot weather a small The leading: Dry Goods store Voters Buggies' Wagoti ai 4are
1-k.'molul have each received young man fan. On thin occasion remember this is headquarter. the bst at the njhi I' t
young men, but through; their attorney a fan was forthcoming
3'forp.rmanent board and all within vote worth going after "f
and handed to tbe Russian but I Marcus Endel. .
Kvans, llaile, they waived examination department affords a .pu,-nttinity r
f-the last four weeks. he refused tn take It. preferring to use .
for their appearance before the The leading Clothier Men's Furni.her to vote.

grand! Jury at the t"l1"rm" of the circuit his cap. Still with an aiulnble smile and Tailor of titiuenville. We. mtl . W. S. Oorsey &. CampThe
t WILL ERECT A CHURCH. on Mm fare one of tbe Japanese again l lily the in oft ezNCtiiiK' demand ef all. '. nthe
and the
court and hondo Grocery ir
gave proffered him the rejected fan at the Votes count here.Gainesville '. i
$.v.nth Day Adventists Working toT It I. said that the young f11t"n. whenthey same time ,i."..rlne blm with a re Furniture Company.The your strongest voting strength precmc't.: j.' acer > i I''

p' learned that a warrant was out volver. Te captive, took the! gift without ,.
That End With Good Effect. big Furnlturesuite, where you ; every meal you iierBring **-
against them immediately came to the further relu..taDc"-l-'rulU Brludle'a .Y
and
\ account \ ''it-
your
vote make
can "
) The congregation of the Seventh every payment you ,
Day city and surrenders ""'''11 ItiiMHlviiH and Japanene." cash or intallments. Dun' overlook pay the same.Gainesville .
,Advsntlsts who have been
.':. : conducting .- .-.- _. __ __ __ _ __ __u this valuable precinct.. Planing and C,
,;ervloea at the homes vr the various Public is Aroused. "
A glorious opportunity
L. C. Smith.
.w members have decided to erect a The public is aroused to a knowledge AT ST AUGUSTINE.Large The best and largest variety of ShoesIn lore to vote for their farorit* .f
;, haroh, and are now soliciting suV. of wood 10 votes. Dnn't m -
., of the curative merits of that great town We )Intvethe pair you want
.I s erlptlons from their friends to that tnedloihsl'tuuie, Electric hitters. for - We have the votes. Come and see us. W. D. Fagan & Comp
end. The effort is certain of Our Meats and Vegetal"best .... t
success. cool furnished room Ocean
sick .stomach liver and kultieys, Mary J. S. Bodiford & Company.The I
i v
.I considerable money has already II. Walters of 518 St. Chit Ave.. Columbus. View Hotel. Free bath, Light housekeeping reliable drugigUt A busy store the market afford LaunGive

bn subscribed and It is believed that () writes : "For several privileges.; Kate |1 to $3 per where the voting will be heavy. We Gainesville Steam: .'
work on the building will begin before weok.eaeh room. Mewls. be had have them us your work : are ( .
months I was given up to die. I had may slips. Get friends u.'< J "
your
the end of the year. next door. W. 2'4.)1. PIMvllAM J. W. McCollum & '.
fever and ague, my nerves, were wr...."'. Prep. Company. Take them to our agency ai

It has not yet been definitely de ..d ; I could not sleep and my stomachwas __ n __'___ ._ ___ _______ The up-to-date Druggists. The votes votes. Big I item.A. .
olded where the church will be built are here Come see us. M. Cushman
so weak from useless dcoelu,. .
toot Inasmuch as the larger proportion drugs, that I could aot eat. Boon alter L. C. Smith. Votes will be issued for rr s

'ar. residents, of North Oalnesvlllo and beginning to. take Electric Bitters I Mathushek PianosOTED The leading Jeweler. Our splendid new policies written or old ...

1 vicinity, the probability .is that It will obtained relief and in a. short time I stock will supply the most exacting demands. lie wed, provided such pram
be located In that section of the city. was entirely cured." Guaranteed at The votes are here in plenty.A. paid within thirty days of J.hi
i icy. For each 10 cents of pr<
The Seventh Day Adventists which all drug stores ; price 6Oo. L. Vidal & Company.The .
will be Usoed.
\ FOR SVYEET>ESH! AM> PURITY vote
c, A few year ago could b.. counted in only Soda Fountain Confectioner Mrs. S. W. LeGranJ
Y this locality upon the tips of the fin Pushing Pan-Arnerican Railway OF TONE, POWER JLM> and Hook dealer issuingjrotes. They II The only Millinery and N ,M
Mexico: C..1t1.lJtu.t ::.-IX P. count here.
Doak.
Vote here
;y ..n, h.". gained remarkably, and issuing votes.
will president ut the Pan-American railroad IIUKAWILITV.
now reach nearly a hundred
says. that construction work on .
Mstbra Rogers; Improving. 'the second division xtenJlng from - Merchants, Note Carefully.

Friends Rev and :\1 r.. S, 11. Itogers Jsllsrti! to the Guatemalan frontier Is II... Uoo for tUs irrlK .,\am.l.. stares Is The rules of the contest provide that each merchant shall e.r..f tt
I being rapidly I pushed forward and the Woe boast than other., "Ml4".s O. a record of his vote on Fridaniidit of each week sending a duplicst
will be gratified to learn that their lit i track Is "..InK laid at the rate of a best ..,.rtala. aiei mat .n..... to The Daily sun on Saturday before noon of each week over his t't
tie son, Ialtlra, who was the victim of Uom.prJa,. The first division wuekmaaakip u..h..ttle.Cp taro including the tickets carefully wrapping and tying them up i:: ti

dP an accident in being run over by a from Sn (rontmo to Jalisco, a distance tte. severs package as possible ; write four own name and dale of delivery on e" '
heavy -. near Tallahassee .se..u sad Vm- they OlIn be tiled away with your records and delivered to a coc::
recently
is ob two hundred kilometer: has ", ,,"'e4. awards appointed at the close of the contest.
Improving rapidly and the probability been In successful operation for several

e is that he will b.. entirely' recovered laootbs Sold by us continuously for THE SUN'S Voting Proposition.
in few
a day - --

;, .. Mention of tw accident was pubt Ohioan Killed by Georgian. OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS Under no circumstances will an employe of this paper be! .K: ,aw t.Tim t

limbed in 'l'h.OliU the '.)lI"wio.o\oru- Cincinnati. O. Ali without ) failure. If votein this contest.
t &\&it S3-Joseph a tingle Ton .
We will' give a premium of ?S votes for three moot"tion .
: tug after it paid
., incurred It every
for lifetime'seervie i
was a thousMd Mara, a former city employe, was want a piano a '
mac
votes for every paid six nv>nth subscription and CD veto*
;; wonders how the little victim esV slabbed to death In a Sixth street buy theMaathu i ihek paid subscription for one year to Daily Sun and 2OO votes for one T ?

\ *pe4 instant "Uh. but fortunately restaurant by Albert }Urne, who recently cription to Semi-Weekly Sun Old subscribers get the same nom
IS) lay in such pinion that this was canvt hero from Atlanta. Ga. T by paying their subscriptions in advance. Every voter should bs ,

slot the result. It was tali-**! that he flames, who was arrested, rials** that FTM** as tow s. 18 .es tstes, vita, ...e(5, To the institution .securing the largest number of votes in thi
would b* deformed foe life should he be acted In self defense. Albert Css>arts easy %.taa Seat o* U driO. ,' will award at 7 o'clock p. m., O-tober Uth. 1903, 10.OCD votes y

' but skilful .. %- W. par fr*>l cu Writ* a>
recover, by trrstmvni every Barnes efeaxc with the klUlat\ e( J.
Tt)UA Y
lor ivtoes
r bone has been r.. -i and the physician ipa Mara, at Cincinnati: 0.. is a 1 ak.t...

write )I,. Uocr, who is now here, and left Atlanta ealy receatly LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This .

that no 111 .11"" ,. wtI| follow th. soURE Ludden & Bates
\2'-1.' .,_ Cures Sciatica
coupon entitles the holder to two voters that caD t*
I Rev W L Riley L. 1.. n., Cubs, any institution competing" for the beautiful, library* wfcp -

I New York.writes s "After flft*.>u days filled out, signet aud '
Soitbeni Music House ; returned to the ballot t er
FOR of .scrut'iat.iDC.pain' froai t-vnstlc rhuniatisui stores. .

' ucd*>r* various. trvatmeots. I SAVANNAH. GA

CUftCSWMtRC> AU ELSE Ftuls'Pat was induced to try Baltord's Soow Liniment .liaise et Is lltaU4xa

Coatk S- T.*.*. c y ; tit. first applKMitioti givinic m* JOHN D. MURPHY Kfr.B9TABUSMMI p ;'"I"
,Use I* tmt*. u.4 Ad&tt4'.ta n.... relief s.'.4 IA eo-xxnd ...tirs reUef. > .&?. 1
5asa ef Tetrr
I cab _it.,0&11484 .
oeocssee4attoo
: '
." 25c. *'?...l.OO. Sold by WyrY. l..CAtfILR,. t MYAN, Stiti A U, *TZ stt"h
; oaasce. et" l'I. : T-UsVIW..n.eIIUt..
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1 THE DAILY SUN: WAINESV'iLJJE._ FLORIDA AUGUST tJ.S? IBU; u '

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.SofSBUND TIGER The Food That Docs Good I Sixteen,' Bodies Recovered a
N-orf "
;? \ &.. AugustTh.;
bdle.o' THE ALACHUA COUNTY > '
tw 'i -". victims of the KlnntAn ABSTRACT CO. Inc.

TO THE EARTH and :vitle excursion: : railway I "'I"I"I ., ,
RUN .
w-rck .'. -----
I Phurstlay have
been ftnind 'l'he 1 ,.uestion -
in the' -. 1.,1. reliable .. ... .. t
I rn branch of the C1! .atlof'tb .r.l. If r. ry 'r' ,,: .g the. line of'

Jones Alleged Booze Dis- r..rr T.. . tie scene of the accident<< of Title the land. Tatlrs in the': "ev" r t ,.r.eta art.e )larly ,

guson (' .> ..' .\ ...., IA..hlll& ct t'sty
The cod Liver on KaauJaSoa M'-KrMteect" torBvmKMtto. was Thoma Ft'ncu-on ,
Prison. flr"Ol1thl. ---
pecser, is Now in C..gb.: .c.w.. laltueasa. La Grip the ..'.' ,Jge. keeper who was I

s- Threat sad Lmtr Catarrk. PD.&a.c. "'r.ue-I""I; the bridge,. en.t drownedwh I era for MECI4LTIL: Ah.trslet.. of I ill.-.: 1's, isle Searrheesi
on
BOOZE WAS CIDER .......... and Pttlmooary Plca.c All n' tin plunged through> the Agents for > nReMent I..Ut'' U"IIt'r..: "'1..,. ..f iountles,

THOUGHT Dna 1ata.two stave $Oc. and 91. oi tn .'. x Th'! makes 14 bones la the IIn..lor.T".n, FIc.:

TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAILto all .. ,. -
That He W. Selling the. l. : : be. n rt'C'ov..rt.t from the i

Adored Declared In Court That itw.s sanding Dame and addrta to r.r' N . t wet. dead In VIncent References : First National Hank rr < atnrsriie: II, F.

SlJ, !r, but OZOMUtSION CO.. 94 PIes Sine" New Yerk. h"-n:a' " n.aktnr 16 known dead Patton A Co., Bankers.
Party, and He Be- .
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Another
for up to t: '. o. r
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hevtd it Cider. --- -- -- - -. --- .
BELL BRIEFS. -- - -

blind tiger fiend InsUts upon Castro Preparing for War. > b1.i.Aec1; 1D7U

The his avocation in this count, Cotton Coming to MarketGinneryHas N'-x" y., :" August :'i.--V.roetnela

tolling that he realizes he U Changed Hands. has pac! .,l ,'rd,," In I uri, for torpo "

:aotilh.taDdiag.tug a bard proposition indeed if he Bell. Aug. 22.: -B. S. Williams of :'o HIM.. '- suns and ammunition at s:: F- :o-crTTC>NBzCc .
.
the
< : "t! bout
lir.: noo( ">
of being caught a larger
with chance Trenton WAS in town last Friday, cros-
I ta CIts31Rht amoi t i t' .n that little Smith
to ten .gainst him. Deputy log; palm with his many friends. Arnert
.
alDt" can '
t.'p ; has
ever
Beach brought an offender who Prof. J. C. Adkins. principal of the etlpendet d stone
Btmff .,
'om. 'T war material :s A
vale of An Anirrlean : :
KEES
illegal
. pi irrested for the Jell school spent Sunday last at Wan. "t".4, returned from Ven _
from Trenton Monday, and nee. viewing the scenery of the old cu-
.I..IJ .1.. .
w a 'rty: for the statement that
Render it now in Jail awaiting Suwanoee river'
: '
i hot Pre!luh'r. < *tro "
recently! declared
that Do a ..err*!betksa bushes.. tar ard.ed 1'0"-11 and D ll'.ae taea.nee,
Uc action of the grand Jury. W. A. Lindsay of Jennings Luke was ho w .k z'11011 in tight the Yankees n. acoeO\&aY 0' .tas.baskets.eor'.... I"_. r.IIC."t..cu. .cd utters
'tuty Sheriff J. L. Story arrested 10 town yesterday. *>n route home from which : : "C .!"N o. f..or.D.. Wlr-. :Sr'.e.al! he."I., fu .akirj. .U..04oD." oM\ sdscctsaubte +
rvuAns: the unusually Ire
or tw c. ID 'II. U ea..s Slates.
h.r nan Jones, a negro, at Rochelle Gainesville where he had been on derv f.>r sh r'4. arms and ammunition

Jjo day afternoon upon a charge of busines

? JR whiskey in a dry county. Them The fleecy staple i I. now arriving; in Herbinei.endere Q'AINFB-v-I:3- :FLOB: TT A

*' vat arraigned in Justice Colman's. town by the wa on.lu"d, and is being
t'. fluid and thus
bile more
eu. ; rue day, and admitted that be 'marketed at the price of four to four
helps| th.' : XKl to flow it afford
*. the beverage but stated that he and one half cents per pound in the -
. biliousness, indi
I prompt rto .f from .
same for another party eed.
..selling gentuui: s 'k and nervous headaches. McIcal Department of the L'nlten.j|| of fieur( q .
.11 i the understanding that it was I J. M HlIh rt" ,\: Co. have Ixnight out
and over 1 t \ilgenc; in food I and drink
Officer I Story captured a ten- the pinalt- of -. (I. I arrou at this ;
Cl r : rJ it I I. CH : S' :.1 I. agent M K. A T. U. 1 U Medical College of Georgia. {
fit! ja keg about half fall of a tgixtoreoft place and arc now getting the machinery '
Ohecotah J. Ter. writf, April lo.Ip. ,
.IUP whiskey and wine, and this in trim to commence ginning w
.,). : WH. sick for over two year AUGUSTA.
produced' in evidence. The de- 1:. Lancaster on" uf Hell's prosper
with 1I1"r\Upn',: \ of the liver and The ScTenlj-Foarth Session for 1905-6 Begins October 2 1905.
f f.ll< nt also admitted that it _was the ons merchants, and hi. better half ,
spleen I I've doctor did me nn good
nc e "It uti"118 had been dispensing made a visit to McCralib and returned Four ,..ar. coarse -it: month each, HtandarU requirements )
I all of
and had ten hope being
k up
exterminator of Rochelle Clinical advantage unsoiled: \ with Plolallnl.Ir outdoor of
,
booze roor
to 'ie yesterday--- .
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l cured I ) "n. ', my druggist advised me the city There llopital in *oi.. charge. uf .Faculty For further
l'vicinity.i TWO CHARRED BODIES FOUND! to nee II..rt.u.e.. It has made nt<* sound information at'i')ly to l It r J M Mull secretary
After hearing the evidence in then and wet li! :yes!. Sold by W. \1. Johnson -
i Hit. IN-NUxxlKr" : KUtll ll.an.
several witnesses having testi
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In Ruins of House That Was burnedNear

/.d Justice Colman held the man Atlanta-Murxtor Suspected. A snore. CUI. Mt.rr. f',,,'

OLJrr a bond of $300, in default of A "top.i. 14 Scotch collie IN current'
Atlanta August :::.-The charred' .. . .
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wr: eh he was remanded to Jail.iwriff remains of a man and a woman weretouad on the lh'rl'tahlr'e>> border according to '(1

: Fennell and his officert are the l und.-.. \.ITer1l..r. A farmer lu
&unJay morning at t e..cteee.r
I G. S. MERCHANT & CO.
the IVak 1..tr1C"t. buvluK purchased' a
'
ormined: to stamp out the blind a fire which ooourr.4l Baturday .
I small dud.. ..f sheep In the lowlands.dro .
tier nuisance aa {Afar aa possible, and nlcht or early Sunday morning OIl the Retailers and Jobbers to
%'" tin (: x-k tb* whole way from :
they are tucceeding admirably. The Fair street road, near tie Hunnlcut ,
8"uUnn.1! t' Us farm lu iNrbjmhlrewith .
eounly commissioners offer a rewardof farm in DoKalb county, ..-m. three '
,.
the n ul f a collie tiny wblih waslent Groceri.i".r.lft
*5, for the apprehenaion and conviction mile from the city The bodies were I to h:1\I: t>) the Hootch farmer from Staple and Fancy

of every offender of the law in later Identified aa those of an old'whit* 'hum In i>ur...lia4Hl the .tJ.l". "\NTi\-n ,

I1direction! and recently! several impc man named Griffin and a white woman you get to your homo with the. "het" >p." l.
larden Satd and F.rtlllz.
:rtint hauls" hare been made, four who was known as Rosa Thomp aid the "..ot.hinnn.let' the due fill .

of which were in Newberry.THE -.on. M-4 tul'x HI' u tell him to go hums" BOOTH BIDK BQUAItE. i t i UAINFHVILLC.Illghest FLOtUDAi

Marsh I nuchunan and Coroner 'I'bo Ui'n"; -!j,r* man duly arrival aehl "1))'

NEWSFROM WALDO. Jones began an in* tiRatlon: and evidence i* ftiriu v> 'ill the. sheep and wa ao market price paid for Chickens! FBI and other Produce. .

wan secured which cana l the i,1 .an.l l with '!Le collie\ .1.l Mt and It. per' ...,'

..fin! Drark Potash and Had Narrow officers to suspect that a double mur f">riiir>ii<-<' Ibf be .1C"f"1c1..1 to keep It a A Complete stock of Hay. Corn Oats Flour Itran, heal Cotton Seed Mi..

Escape From Death-Personals.VTtldo .l4r had been comniltt An Inquest I fen .1!;.JM IM fnr> f-ixllun It bark. Oil* and Rye; W. handle only the VERY BEHT foods at the LOW.
tIll)' I b*' "was away frtttu butn ilurlutt f.HT I'RICKH. and guarantee satUfaetlon always.
waa begun: by the coroner>> but otntlnu
\ug. 2-J.-N. I>. Patterson
the ah"le! of tb tiny. and on rrtunilnu
* I'i J family hare taken the .
rooms at In the \oiilnir t IK found that the Hot<'b

(.<. itjlt House. They are from
11'i ..t Heights: and be has employment Griffin. whose first name no ono .h..I'! In 1r.. "e days tldtuir* ('mu

C h 'c' n L Winter on the Seaboard knew, had bm Ilvlu<<. It U sold, In tint the .I..a hn.t I urrlv.il at hU Hcotcbh.niM JOB PRINTING

A 'In" the house with Rosa Thompson a itu.l l Innl I hr"'i..ttt the nbr
woman, who HI one time was welt
with till i A
ilr and Mm. Atwater are having a
known to the police of Atlanta. bt
.'I.''I from Mrs, Atw.ter.i.ten. Mrs. 4
urday night the man and women visit HrrMklnM I* .)"ntlr. Som.cL rover Order to

i. ding ton and her daughter and Mm.ter .d the city.Marah1 !n. I N M rnth. M.rloitit minded boy ,"

Huohanan baa
: he anc
.. It hat been since says .. tiC) '"*b. seventeen Iln.r.nn.
:years .rtaln.*ti that tbrt or four youths iminr THE SUN JOB OFFICE
If' j lived here. .. "wn ...'nt I.. hIe Krnrultnothrr's. to ;:
trouble .
had ha 1 with Otrffln and h*>l
*4r Dr bri'tk the Ilea"' .,r her "g,.1 .I.lcor'e(
Murphy and ton, Taylor made throat Knln: .l him and the woman .
t. death l ( bo did ". lit! Hiiif'b irrnvlty aii.l
to 1 been Tinting Mr. and Mrs. J. Wkerson .
from this th.offlo.r ha been
II> llttlo silt In l I" rtlln.Irr. .,>.
W several days, while the Doct ]1- to h.tl.'*e that the youth, who ">"w'. .\ ...t bN,' rimtber aal.1. CLYDE:: LINE:

'"has 1: been looking after his place on were seen near tb, boiis I late Hlurdar "you rnu'tn't I.1: ct.ti'Iin..nddrnly.te't r,

It rnUi' t"a dlicn'k her even. (

Vr Mel, *nna has gone on a visit tot on fir*. tb.iicti she! kite tent Mnrtha wn. 111

*/'rner home In South Carolina -yFiendiah Tf'lIlt to her g. .n.1 "

13: Vr Mr. MeLenna and children; Suffering ".\11 r utit.M ..'.. llto..lIf"l., .'..rIlD&out

):' ( receded him. In the meantime I... often caused by sores, ulcer.\<< .and on bl* tnlsrl:.'U. with mlnsrlevt aolemiilty .
anti .-.. .' s..trrivwl .
ic rb''
Kiticaid and J. L. Neal conduct akl... Win.
cancer, that eat away ,our at bN Ifrllnolmnth."''. tin...*.

,. mercantile' business of McLenna A Hedell of Flat llmk. Mifl.' says : "I I lit<<* icmtl br w.th a sober "II |U.)T*

sdVt. have uI..l Itueklen' \rnica i S.Iy. for and then i.re.-1...t to "break. lb.

Fjson sister of Mr*. White. ulcers, sores and mrxM-r*. It Js the new** by aaylnr

a f'wilays ago and her body was ln'st healing dressing I err found" "Aunt Marta'. i1"i,1. IfT'1Indrn.. but.

':' t Bradford county for burial soothe and hal cat, burn and you "1"It.Ot'. 'a.l. Vau_ *bwsus TRJwmsr.'Y": : : : .:: : !:. '

rr h: Renault has returned from raids. Zh f at all drug .Iur. Kuaran pretty .e.bl "nyl.\01 "ou.1I|l t.. \lm wit

''-. ,once for some weeks upon here teed one. I *'(..**.."- I'r...klyn ...It_. JcvckNorivilltbr tnd Ne"v Yurlc.

: ter \r.[ .'I. Jf. at Portsmouth Rett.n Crosstles Cause Wr.oh. - Calling at OIl ULr.trrus. H, O l.th ..a,. k
t w How to A"o.it AppandicitJaM .
has been very 111. The rtBMt ia the CoaitwlieClyde Ber.ICS
Ala. UA StMMfthJp
rinovolU, August very
.
:
*
.. Nellie, Smith bookkeeper' for T.lam. : It..t victim If an ndiettl. are '
rmArkabl> wreck occurred < the
m
,V Co.. ha returned. from outh"n railway threw mil* w*.t ofher. tho whore t.a> "t'tally ror .tipatedOrMio New England and Southernr Lines
s ''tt, to I> kiatUr. l Cruit rtyrtip e ur*.
aytona. .., wbeon. w*.tboviad pa......artrain .. t limulatlns >ir..l Ken&.fO& Between JACKfiON\ f.K ,o"TUS'.A4rKUVIIJy.NCr. "
I' rs state. that much of their i ...
went over aa .oibaakantit 1_ aid All Eastern: I'.ul. ,

:a 'I.t'nK from the wet weather fret fcixh: caused" by tb. s.r.a.la. ot It.. liver and hoc's., Orlno ausat faiallf. Calling at Charleston h.rth wars, ,
4' not r or
'e\ Fruit fyrup *
1St, the rail. duo to rotten ero.*l!.. :Ho grip and I. mild and plee.ent to take tJJD: ' ;:mKLr2J.AJ..L Ga

p Mthodist choir is preparing for on.kIU" J. but everybody ab *ra. lift. tit" sob.tltqi.-. J W McCallotn Houthbnofwd, . > rt,ro I...WM* Wharf Bsxtoa |1lurihbuusl. 1Krom

"n to b* given shortly some 30 or more. .were more or lose A i of.<:alt.r toe .,.. Jatbwmvlll. *

fc* :Vr .I'Oaer who was recently injured Th. tender and tA....* ar Summer TOVH-I Hate Via Atlantic

'* ok- by a Berman and his wife in 'turned bottom side ts0. wbU. the twapaa ec..ul LI"e. Clyde St. Johns River Line M

if :vlle! and who died suddenly imr coarh .aU).A ow thair
.s afurward. If you ....MIt.tri .af. v'./tin' .'imn>.rr .tweverri, JACICIM'NV..IC. strict. PtFMeywghtnpplaJat
was a citizen here a aid**
s J<:oa,. awo.P ..arts *.... ticket *ir.nt. Atlanlwr t><..*.t ..alalka, "AU, hi raoU.. K..r_i,rd (1Je1.aacSJ.a..a. Iat.rm.dflfN.

( rMt!' Line and get all iiforfnall with r.frnc Landlas; oa r>t, John Klver'
vena pro L r-eently .. to rates r''t.' ., bduU. aod Steamer CflTV OF .1ACKBONV1L1UE '.
employed in his father's .
IS tele.aloe.
Ala. 'A
f 'e which August Pullman ..rv.... y *rnm-r tovirMt rates Is appointed to sell u follow Jesse ACKMONVILLJS: *M*.days. T.......;
waa sold to E. II .. me..*a4r reeesv.4 b.r. tree HAMrOItU .
torul Uava
,, U MondaysW ,
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I.al>
f an wow (ia effect t "I!, the prtMli-al re. i sod Thursdays p in
Hampton left yesterday for Bvookwood. 1* IDS; aowtb of taJa city with .>Ja..4ays and ",64D,'. :Ian.. n>. t t<:
re.
I osfhlr on .visit the old ort* throughout lh- Q4IIDI.J .. ... '"f Iff f S X4Mt l-""
a to etaa>4 that John IWr oa. b>* a -- ***'II* **' **: :
e an.1 turn Mmlt 0......--r 1st, leaa.La... *V*' e 'r 'M flat've of th. family, focal literally. rlWU4 wu' V.11.l ltyloc <.. beets "nocaae.d f all sprints. mouot-. L.av.3 ai pal JakaoQvilla .. Arrive Jwsl|

>>B" was. eaJled to attend Uae oa tt. ro o..sVa Aa *
t"t :>:M of >Mr and Mr*. Dock sjraa wa fonnd a ear WaTV, .f. Uno tim rorJl 4.'r1p tkraet sr. s>ow on *.U a :In am Astor . 11
). ,. H' r,...... _ . . . 2
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) tact
'eh had drank potash water. clew as to u.. s.sa...tA. to raort In >.. l.sglam territory t .m
-I ; fielord (UkrL.AA.I . 1
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s ='lnn It rwwered wader Arefe.atooam aaf.rl. . . . .
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a., Tres. i. W 03 mm 1aI.rle.' ." . NOEXRAL

,wan'.... T' ,.. 4. gave. Wet their .-.apa 11a. Ua.ed'a aU rA$". AND TICKZT UYVICL_ ._17J_W- _. BAY WI'r. JAO1awr
re.eentl; from of the world for over eoyears. --
JOe ... .taiZ.ra; pans .as' IUn''ItIQ.. ra..I". A__w. tree la. tta West fa. .JC. -
.OZ 2. 3.... Bumlia. the eoJa Has the unquiIJAed CD- w. o. 1" Yz.. Jr dv. .. ae.': f. UJVJsmaaifji -
: lliti.t ers Pe* t N.taa. ave.s. J rfa.
''t.ae pea Or. dorsca l of the best pb yale...... A raw......$.. ,... lCj Keatla4.) trod well water ts toaic. A booed .1I&f.-I: :1fiCi3lt, ttt.ee. : .
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DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FEOBJDA, AUGUST: '23,1905'NEWS ;

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AMERICANS SEE BULL FIGHT. TOBACCO H 1HT.
FROM ALL -
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,: Entertained by rbe Way 5r.nlrt.w Arr. t...... wad 1wJeer. .
Taft and Party Royally the '.'.-. CHARLES BLUM & GO
the Filipinos.
PARTS OF FLORIDA to "
Are you "learning smoke bo.7Le.rulu ]
JAO] August 16, via Manila, August' ,
b beurt-"tobacco heart
21 ?(I>.layeil).-Secretary Taft and DEALERS I\_
Read wbat a doctor says In the Medical

y; Britf Happening From, Various party urrl\ej proceeded here at to noon the and parade Immediately smoke Summary-1C you can and; then enjoy your L YtrQt1 Whiskies, Wines

Sections; of State. ground to wltnetn an elaborate program In smoking tobacco wiltake In carbonic \ANDW.De '..2'
for their entertain I. and
arranged oxide several ammonia and avery Liquors

J THE MOST I IMPORTANT EVENTS incnt. The sultan of Sxilu. with his poisonous oil containing nicotine. 1)'
retinue and other Moro dignitaries, The ammonias and nicotine are the Nos. 517-519

occupied beats on the grand stand substances which by acting in numerous -
i Transpiring: In "The Land of Flowers. r
along with Secretary Taft and Miss direction ore so Injurlons to the BAY STREET
4 Things "Boiled Down" to Suit theE Kooiietelt. system. The ammonias act on the ,

Busy .ader-Item. of Interest to Thousands of Moros, residents of blood making It alkaline and fluid. WHIS/EY: BO

b 4| Air, Classes.. Jolo, and from the neighboring l Islands thereby impairing Its nutritive prop- JACKSONVILLE,

'. el, 1 were present to take part in the festivities erty. ON GO.
.'t Parry claims the largest turpentine which were wonderfully plo The stomach Is debilitated! and dyspeiMla FLORIDA.
shipments of any town in the State. Induced. TI> lanervatlon of
turouque. In the afternoon there were
rj''lolk: county Is bound to have the carraboo and bull tights. the bear IK disturbed. Its action la Agents for Pabst Milwaukee Beer
weak irregular and Intermittent and
Tfa.&bO price at the Tampa Fair if itrhtlosti Secretary Taft and Miss Roosevelt faintness and vertigo are the Export, per bbl 10 doz. $11 ; per doz $1.25
"them t2. OO.i were presented, with many Moro presents conse- Blue liibbou. per bbl, 10 doz, $12; per doz, $1.5u .

\Wo4 Ilogan was arrested at Madison by the sultan who offered hi.ha.nd queoces.Owing to the disturbances In the Jung's Cincinnati, Red Heart Beer. i'Per

ftnd"taken to Tallahasiee. charged with In marriage to Miss Rooseveltand blood and wart the process) of nutrition ,

..sling! $4O from car. would make her sultana of the Is slow and In the young seriously bbl, 10 doz. |9 ; per doz $1.

:4iTh: Dunnellon high school will uJu.nJ4'ond.7. i Bulu archipelago, saying that his people affected tissue is paralyzed and vision I --. .:
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desired her to remain among them. la Impaired.Tobacco We .......[.Nlc'.
September 4th, with a full pay freight or express charges .:.,
While some of thv. party were bath- Is essentially a functional
I aomplement of teachers Inlg in the afternoon Frederick rather than an organic; poison. It modifies on the following liquors: ..

... n.' motor boats all along the East O'Urlen. editor of the Cable News, tbe special energies and not the

sat will be more numerous than ever I was seized with cramps, and the un- strocturt Tobacco N eliminated by LEWIS 1866 Away Above Everything ,In

jf:this winter. It is a craze Jwr tow Has rapidly carrying him out the kidneys and very rapidly; conscqutmtly the Whisky Line:
the hud efTcots _
qiilckly disappear -
&: A schooner lying at a dock In Jacksonville to s*>u when Representative Lone- under proper t'atnlt'rat It, howe 4 full quarts . . . f o< ,
of Oblo. seeing hU peril, start
robbed night.bLehoon.r worth
was Sunday >'er, the habit Is given up. 12 full quarts . . . 12 ;.)
was not taken ed after him and rescued him at the

lC8avral new boats will be built for rUk of his own life. Given Up to Die. BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:

s lake at Leesburg, to be used during 4 full quart . . 4 i'n!
n. Spiegel. 1204 N. Virginia Ht., Evansville -
., !.'toarlst season this winter A Worm Killer.J. Ind., writes "For over live 12 full quarts . . . . 12 oo,

';,Burglars entered the bouse of J. II. :\. J Montgomery I'nzicolVayne years I was troubled with kidney and EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky

iltr at Whittier and stole four I county. :Mo., writes : "I have little bladder affection which caused me
Bottled In Uond Under Government
,
inks. They were found a short dis'Ianee twin girls who have been bothered much pain and worry. I lost flesh and SlIlwn"1,".

: from the bouse. with worms all their lives. I tried everything was all rundown, and a year ago had 4 full quarts, del . . 4 01< ,

A stock company has been organized to relieve them, which failed to abandon work entirely.) I had threeof

i(tat Brooksville with sufficient capital until I used White's Cream Vermfuge !- the best physicians who did me no 12 full quarts . . . lo., 7:,

{.tt balld a flrst-class tourist hotel. Thee ; the first two doses brought four good and I was practically given up

", .pltal. stock Is .2 ,(JX( ), and exUoverBOr worms from one of them, the next two to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended 1866.C; BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7
doses, twelve. one of them measuring 'R
Jennings is president. and the first bottle gave Years Old:

': 'Editor lasses of The Fort MyersPrtts tw.hp innhes ; the other child was only me great relief, and after taking the
relieved of four worms. It U an excallent second bottle I was entirely! cured." 4 full quarts 3 20
has been contributing some veryIsitaresting mf'ldlclrae.Vhlt...'. Cream
J. W. McCollum A Co. _
articles to hi. paper from Vermifuge is good for children. It not -_ _ _ C full quarts 4 50

fttft' observations made In California on only destroys worms-it helps the childto A Lake That !stores n_t. 12 full quarts 9 00
perfect growth wards off sickness.
Ms trip with the press gang. There l Is u lake that store the son's '
Hold W :
bj M. Johnson. SHERIDAN CLUB
K.r7 Grsat r Tampa hat been compelled beat at M *deve, In northeastern :

f...let go their hold on Fort Brouke and Checks Found but Cash Was Gone. Transylvania.! Thick beds of rock salt 4 full quarts . . . . 2 75

..., ground it that a of the' cor* Chicago August 22.-Checks which undE'rlh.thf' district and a similar formatiwt : i
part the surface In ; 6 full quarts . . . . 4 00 i>
f aeration coul-J not be to taken without disappeared with OUR Bobbie the miss. appear upon
mound, some of them over 100 feet In 12 full quarts . . . . 8 00
lrklag: the entire incorporation. lug employe of Charles A. Stevens &
r height. Among throe the lake rests) 1
:\TIa. Atlantic Coast Line will build Icon., who vanished last Thursday v
at fully 1.COO feet above sea level.
jWJargt) passenger depot at St. PetersA : while on his way to the corn Exchange Upou the surface Its water Is almost We are dealers in everything in the

-', ; A freight house will also beF National bank to make a deposit for sweet' four 1 inches below there Is a Liquor line Whiskies, Gins,

F...r..'.4. A large hotel it to be put up hw house were Jlscovered wrapped twentieth of salt At two feet there taoneUfth. Rum and Wines from : r
) In a newspaper In a down town drugstore and feet the tu
At five water
'laud will be a flrst-clasa tourist' resort. 1.50 to 0.00 gal.--s !
yesterday The checks: were practically saturated ...with salt.I In per
i,s Jeff lirnten. a negro who had beenfrom left at the drug store by a man last 9eptinbT. after a .u'>inr-r's sunshine

\ ...'e"f'd a convict "amlItnl... Thursday There were a bank depost the thermometer sbowed tbe lake's

t$47$ from J. Is. Itarber of llarbervllle, slip In the bundle and this indicates water to be 150 decrees tour feet -- --

:kVolalia county, last Thursday. He was hat there was $3.220 In cash In the down. Even by April after a whole

''iaab' and most of the money recov- pos<.slon.. of Hobbs when he left the "<""!lion of wintry weather It had only SEC..A.:: :J3 a .A.. IE?, J3
.
rir d by sheriff'' Turner.! store of Stevens A Hros. Not a dol. been reduced to Bo degrees. Experiment

f'k3 t.1. P. Latimer. a negro! was arrestedlonday tar Hf currency was In the parcel have proved that this l I. due
to absorption and retention of the sun'sbeat
night at Plant City for shoot-
A Touching Story : by the Halt saturated olitlon.
; Air Line
.lHt another negro named Davie>> In the Railway
.. Is the saving from death of the baby
Abdomen. The wound is not s riotis.tXatlmer -- -

claims that a number of 11"- girl of /ieo.} .1. Kyler: (Cumberland, COMPETENT JUDGES.Votiin .

'Joss were playing with" pistols, when :Mil. lit writes : ".\& the age: of 11

gist. ) happened to get one that was" load..tfind tmnths, our little girl was in declining n..at7' 0....._ :....... ......._..._ . FOR. . .

It went off, shooting the other health! with serious throat trouble, \ who make a business of 1Ht.a-
Ut ln usher
> c women com pretty nearkne.wing
and two physicians'! gave her up. We
..aTO. what will bring about the bt
1 were almost. in despair when we re- r....ult.. Here are letters from two conrnlriK -
;. Mot Larkins was allowed to \ i IlIIlt hm"ooutln Savannah Columbia Camden Southern
.. 'ftlvftl to try l>r. King's New Discovery <- Ilerplclda: ,
Nelson Larkins In the Jackson'vllls 'I
can recommend Newbro's 'Ilerpl-
for eonrumptioneoughs and colds.
[': jail, who It awaiting execution .1.1.," u* It stopped my hair from ralllnc
The nut bottle relief after taktig .
out It has
gave ; ; and mj a dressing no nuperor -
iy for the Kppes murder liefore1Ltose |l four bottles she was cured and is .

f ) Rot Inside bewat examined andS tow. In perfect health" Never fulls to "Mlrryrd ) rtortha A Tr ill1n*..r. Pines Raleigh Richmond Washington -

revolver found on hit person HeT relieve snit curt a cough or ii>ld. At "2!9I- Murrtoon "Complovlnn ft.. I'ortland. Ore.Fpcclallst" ,
all hug Mores ; AOu and $1 ; guaranteed -
It for Nelson
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bad evidentlyllntended "After u.ln<< one bottle of 1terpIcldemy *
Trial bottle free
:*os. was held for toting a pittol. hair has stopped faBm out. and my
scalp IH entirely are. from ln lrufr"tStlTTie .
Frank (l. I'urnvll of Jacksonville'waa Funds for Russian Sailors. *!.) Clrece rt.etge. i Baltimore Philadelphia i -
"Hesuty Doctor>> ,
murdered Saturday .
most brutally :New ,ork. .'ncu.t'laf1tt are 19ft ninth Pt Portland Ore"Hr.4t
.light, tad hit body thrown in a pond being colleted on the .:*.t Side with | by lemllrvir dr\iftr\if fend U!*. In
tamp for sample to Tb lI rplclJ Co..
5ev
Ch waterworks pumphoute. *
naar hii.1\,1: otij'rt of bringing Into the LVtrolt., Mich.
,f..ral arrests havel ..en made and K rliBannttt city the ''nlt..rs. who mutinied recently New York.
J. S. Ilodlfurd Co. Special Agents ,
with :'urn.1I!! during the"lalght.
was I sbourd the Ulan battleship I>vemktne
.... wife and three ---- -
Pnrn.1JI. a
: ff 0..1n- H They are about t
,:small children. Lawrence W. Mulls- 400 of the mutineers. wiot of whom LOW RATES

".- |., was also with I'urnell and all were are now In Itmininnla and Home. If

j/drioklog _.. hey convent lo come here positionswill FUR -
b.* found for them
by the orgajatatton -
Rheumatism.
t which Is fathering the. .C'b..m. Special : OccasionsVIA Three Elegant Trains Daily.
When pains or Irritation exist on any .
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'"part of the body th. application of Two Young Mm Drowned.

,.J3allard's Snow Liniment.... prompt
Chlc* r>, August 52 \ Tribune .ll.
<'relief, t:. W, Sullivan, proprietor 8ul- patch from O.n.s.o. |In. say hat SOUTHERN RY. Seaboard Express.
llvau (louse, HI: tt.Mo. O. T.. writ... Melts of
Herman; Moline, and Den TWO TRAINS DAILY KAST
Tuu. e. IftrJ "1 t.k"I\I..untlo- Yrooksi. of O.c.-o, camping at Rook

,jenmending. lUllard's Snow Liniment river were 4rownvd In company with lat Ja."k_aillle. 9tlO. ...., :ZH p. as
70: all who are sftlicted with rheutaa.xtism two women' they went not rowing. Seaboard Mail.

It i Is thu only remedy I have 'Thinking' the water hallow they threw .41 SS: AlUntie City, N. J., and retorts -
On sale dan Limit OctoberSI,1P1tj.
,
found that immediate relief
gives ,ae young girls overbo.srd, Scrambling .

'.;96e.. MV* and UIJ by W )1. JohnaoD. back, the girls thr.s*.ced. to s41.S Bar Harbor Maine, and return

( throw the young mM cut The me Uu sale l daily. Limit October
I -- -- -- lumped Into the water IS feet dp 1. l.
,. and were drowned i. 10 n'octipti_,:-. N. Y.. sad MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTOnly
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return On ..*!. dall,. Limit October

r Miss K. Norton.I Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold. 31.37.OO i9tti." Washington, I', C. and return

<> daU Limit October
.,. J. Noshbaum. Uatesville Indiana n sale ,
11 I writes "Last year 1 suffered for :'l.I li*'(\,

Gainesyllle Circulating threw months with a summer cold so tKrt West. Line OperatingDaily
TWO & Daily
distressing that il Interfered with mybusiness I
...Library... of the leave. Jaekesstlle :all -., ::Si p.. esIala.OZ .
I had I
many ;
of hay fever and a doctor's symptoms I Chleajra. III., and return.. Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonvilfc ) Orel
pre. On ..1!_daU,. October 31, II"*' *.
(sly Site Latest . .I&r pieties..t'RCLL .
erlptlondid not reach nay case. and I V'
which IHahsuc Car. !kin& a U carter
v + took several medl tnee seemedto
ool* aggravate my ea... Kortun i I BI*. vla< oar 'r.......alloa and detailed SBlf tM
ACI t &Ea TEJtlts. .Se.et ..,.rfca1t r.n1eJt.apna 4si I-*.
.
ately I Insisted epos havicg FoUv't 'aot'S&tIoa For fall Information and ftleeper rvservaUoa call on aay s1 .0 -
...-. anowtas awe ........ dawtr Hotkey... Tar aad U sand ..... Mv : ltd spplasatlo.. (Fsee.a..r oese. writ A. C. JtLicCONEIJL. 8. C. BOT sTO> J
lase ..... aesk.tett/rls us be keel bas aless tsa.d Polly H...J lea. Tttf eesa Day "" 7"" e\.Id. views r-.cer A..... r Ar zt.JACxJoitvt1.L1lr .
.. aw.ss vtM'. Nl.ss:..... ..... UM atlases _1111" 3. -w. Mt. Ow' a>asaslA hs"es. ss"Js. .....

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r DAILY SUE: QAJKESVILLE: FLORIDA Ar GUST 23*, 1905AKY

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0'-' LtgIti AN ATTRACTIVE TOWN. I II Rake.t 'Wmte.... I i I _r i
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1 will be
with you In a moment. I
tuttrtatbeposlOTe. I '
: \ There is nothing like having an attractive must flnl.h the baking of tin: batch ,, THE JOY OF LIVING k

town. The man who accidentally of watches firsL"'I"bt' i I
CAN urn rcLi/r REAUZKI> Tvna-w TOC
! ..t Ga1c_ W..F.... e top. over in a strange town, !'I'f'sk.'ras| a Jcvrelor. 1Itui II
.' as he worked: i ENJOY GOOD HEALTH
.< Il "I ..
sup* you nro sufprlsctl At t'i
makes .rquiries as to the conveniences,
Idea of war ti 1 will
tor atd Pvbltaber. baking. explaiThe
<,. Ert and if you have tvaterwurks, ..lectriliihu.'Ja" ytl
-If BXJHor.rs. Iu"'hto. ry of a watch i* ilo5lc.it '.
Associate
A aUI.EI.! __ for fuel 1 and a daily paper, yet It iui.-t work the *ani In wt-itrr :

City Edlior. he! ;oaks around to see what there ie as In sumr.::> the same !ItS ; j n< ,
."F. E BCRTZ. Sill \
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< to snake all those eonh'rl'ri'f'llo. and is In Cairo, Hw same In the S.ii:. us, tnIcvlanti. ] O E 81N t t.
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rTC31It1'tea'd'I7a.elisQ AdenL are to remark that "you have a pretty nre! !" only one wn> to lu

u lively lot of people." <"Ompttlhthe watch iuut. IK- n;:

.... 'W'IT SuptCoirrofclrir: Boom. If ulatt-d to t h. :it and cokl."I .
a i for
1 man looking: a location 1 ,"
nrn !".....,ilatlnt throe watchc* to
and he has a family to care for nine i
t.tFICE IOKTKR BLOCK.t beat. AftiTwnnl. In a refrtRvrator' I
hats, Greet. t'. T&L&I'HONE LJap times out of ten he will inquire about will regulate( them to 'ot.l. Thon The Popular Liver Medicine

the drinking water aud if yon have a when they. p4' out In the worM' theyMvn't
-- morning:cz-:
1'publi.hni every
system of Thee .. Will Keep You Well
t" sewvrage. are .n- .
.. olcUcurd by carrier in the city or dlsgrrt.e'" them' r'! In any ell '
.
.** Y part of the United S1a' ..postage tial to the health of any city :North or mate ('br'.u.Imetcre i...ot l>o re.;ulatrd :

I IIA''I any a yesrt $*.**> sis months; n> oar.-fully than watclu-n. Tlieyare A GUARANTEED!: CURE!: for aH diseases. profited by TOR. ,M
: for Eve wcck strictly inate. PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do nfill;:, your *ytmwith :
:: OT cent people to any town as the people of often ke'I.t. for weeks" In temperature Arsenic. Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons '

Gainesville well know.A that "t' now zero and now HWdetn
which vitiate the blood.. debilitate the system and (leave a trail ...'
-;:. ts.C'ICtstn local: columnoeeats aAinektrtrn.ertron system of sewerage i i. necessary! I H-* Philadelphia! Bulletin of bad symptoms which require year to obliterate HERB {

ands cent for each additional for the health of a city of iiie andis INE: is purely vegetable and contain* no mineral or narcoOa "
.
:! any Iwce ..... to Btarrlnsre.Apparent . poisons. Is absolutely harmless and I Is the simple remedy of "..

-T't ri ***; ) Ci i-t'taY advertising made known oa needed to make the waterworks. > tbe German t".q, ofllaHchtnniiii nature. It carries. off all poison to the system and leave ne

more ute'ul.Vith sewerage systemthe .toes not lM'tle\t* In a state injurious effect

eta' :tJt waterworks can be put to more uf sing!. .-i is..ettno**. Annual prtxen
CUBED BY HERB1NE AFTER OTHER
? :? .*'" Week Sun is an eight-page; forty uses and be made a better source are o:":"etr'd r.. the men who wet the

l yT published every :Monday and of revenue to the city .I ugliest tin u.i...t deformed and the olds REMEDIES FAILED

tea and Male contains and general all the news and! will of tbe be These advantage require money to CM t WOUH-II u time town. Kltrtitr Iollnr- Mr. I*. A. nicks. Jred l1. Texas, seys "I we.

5tL > free to may part of the United pat them In operation, and when, theyare U (kMiil to the man who married the sick ia bed for eight months with liver trouble, the 1
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f Cana>ux:. for '1.110. jremr-! advance. all in working order will ln a uglU..t. wh'. but TiW I Is the reward for doctor seemed to do .. no good. I was told to try
watt the one tuarrnng, the cripple. All women j Uerbioe. and It cured me In a short time. I cannot

.'ti mat bills become due after Cr.ti source of revenue as well a* convenience. over funwho have been Jlltttl ..t. recommend this wonderful medicine too highly."
l I* it not better to build themat
? .I iKivrttucmrnt. unless otherwise !oat tWI!,',' i ring their spouses nuiu-4 TAKE IT NOW

Ip >la c mimct. I'mrtie not known to ua once on borrowed capital for which which \'urIf"4"nllnc; ( to the state of

..u p reired to pay for advertising in adAJJrew only a small rate of Interest i i. paid the fun-1. ul,ich was left by a rich' LARGE BOTTLE 50c GET THE GENUINE

.t. TUB DA1X.V SUN.GAINKSVILLS. than to do a little at a time with the resident ..r the i town. The averageprlov
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST.
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Put.
: money received' from year to year by paid 4 :$.v) to each unless they .

-- - - -- direct should l>.' utMually i iiutnoro-i*, "bile rS
taxation and b t9 year without LOUIS. U. S. A. ,
j .t a* foon si the Leach pets/ in his the improvement The work can be the tot">- i-:"' >mK>wen>l to pay a

I work the yellow fever begins to diI I. done larger sur.. v lion, In their Judgment. Iteem
better to be all dune at once, the .
.
I \\ ., r holt! forth a special In
lI'rJ.11: annoyance' of halving street litteredup durvtiuMit I. procure the marriage of .D 10 RECOMMENDED BY a

Pe water supply of Tampa has been much will be less.avoided and the expensebe some part, "Lrl! ,. unfortunate woman. '"VV DMC. JODEOTTsTSOlSr: Gai.n..oa-v-:1.LJ..o.: '

I..f'd by putting in new wells, and ..
The .issuance nf bonds i i.* nepe.sary to r...... - -

|etk r improvements. complete this work and while the bur I.rn.... III'"'m.'xllinhalnit I"Iuuol1' "

den to tax-peyera t* not sr great they II I\'" >...n. \ known vtb<. lrlll.ut'r or

T'e Twiee-a-Week Snn i I. the' best Can enjoy these comfort while they are hit, iuin". i I' i ,dln.n--\. lllouu- I I +iy1

rifrtitioK medium if you with to ftl .:.i\ inme advice once In M 1
unit* the. farmer. of Alachua county. paying' for them only a small amountat stilt ..r"'.... ,IM .r You air excused. 1"\1 If You Are Insured. 5 5In

a time ____.____ __ would ,.* 01'1.i > aytupMtbUe with the .
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I fMl .
Bker Washington denies that he RUSSIA AND HER ACTS. prisoner i

ComraD, that I. Re.ptnable Ilavr a 1'ot.,. Cort.clly ) "
net rtf'd Mr*. Warburton to dinner a.5..........t ,

n colored. boarding house in Sara It i i. a fact that Russia ha never had "'" Knttei Have a glass of water' 1 Written lays J.uu.Wath Promptly I.it..ralit of lblley Contract, end the Company '

t"f the sympathy from the United Htites Mr Hportr' i U'ootlby Kp' rte (with a

that she could hate obtained had that real wicked \\ nkk. -Wbaf* that Mini",

!''* .Machua county officers are not government been more humane in It. Kutt.-r Ali 1 ne..1 l Ttiey'ro bringing You Are Assured C

r1ing much bat when a "tiger" is treatment of her Jewish population. you up on tu Cleveland I/ea
silted 1 he: i. quite certain to be their Never: have the Jew had recognition
The truly sub< line I is always easy and 0 That no serious Joe. can overcome you without you shine '
asst _ _ In any shape in that country except: to ( refuge.'
alua.,. nntiiriii llurke.BIIiousASss. (11 '
extort money from them and such> r.

'""m 5allivanaye that Washington treatment of their subjects in the eye / s'c

der 4 not compare with Albany, N..Y.. of a free people nannot fail but bring'

for..f&:; He will withdraw from Con-I forth f .liIlKOf disgust and contempt ) Fire Life, Accident and lletlltb Insurance.

_, ,
Irh i The fact that they hare bad no r"I"re..n'.t.ioll'ln f 4 1

any shape brought( on a None L JI Reliable 4ump.ulrs It.s'.ral..1
T .r cotton crop is not all mined by /
conference between a rommittee of
,id weather. It .. ...1lass.
Jtk frequently hap- I "1 s. v.t.sli. 1 sad
American Jew with :
lrd
representative ,
e11Mr .h.w I sees
|p.ri, that the cry i* made before the I i Mr.Vitte a few d"J'tlltlCo in theeuursr I a t..p..ad...I .pert....... L.f a.i....aaw. .Ip t'.d,welH.l,... .....,........7...... asd I/e.1...'.... I / .A.rvJ:: : CUSHIVs.Ai: : T --
h4'u
u ever. .A .new .. r1e seas. 1 ran wiltWee
of which the committee told him some.traight e .. ... ..Uoo.' ,.. .. f '
fact.* concerning the ,.."."u. ..:.... ;':: II A.', 2C.Y. Information cheerfully furnished, UAIN":$\"U.I.Y.. FUI4IJJAq
If't' >thie of the health board at
for the strnnir sentiment against Ku.
for
T 'rlran demand the tioniuterr. Beat ,
sift now prevailing in this country 1
. TM Dowels
rr ,It l>r Leach with, his arsenic ,
They said-which i is true-that the
tine .f jeiJow fever.1'reud.'ntial .
horrible treatment of it. Jewish pupil' PARTIAL I'RICU LIST OP

Istion by Kus.ia has served to negative I

a booms in 1Vashing- I all Russian claim tu the possession of .swot carstaPrrlonaaaaal.e.1 Whiskies Winos Bur and Malt.i i
'
tr pttting: no numerous and hot I anything deserving the name of high ;
t1 s':, t',r demand
for
electric fan i i. far I ,
civilitst and they argued with MrU'itte I =

!1' a ,f the UI'ply.| that only by the observance of I.II..P.5.e T..1.n: tl.A .d, 1X1'Iti:"" ('IeU": Hulk UtHtd.-JIIC" 1 err del I.r.......
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true Christian. liberality towards the .ti.at..Id Ia 5..1I. TS I.hl. I.wU..r..ie.d UL: lJ I Kali tit Measure I tits "uaD' are very much pleased Jew Russia restore herself in the M ::: :r ....s.; t ass. iluatlnt Clwte Ills St .5 tw e r n, te,*. III.< HM i,u..l m,..!.,

sl .err treatment in can a.IIDe Rawody Co.. ChKacor H.V. sea :''II...-...i (......." I 1&.. I J' a 11. r Iitlumwrse.lte flip |Vr U...."' !
this
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country. eye of the civilized: world. iOXES H,*, H''.. <:"f" It..rn1.e' i...:'i.r,
I j t ren't AMMUAL SALE. TEX M1UJQM I.' N. Oil M *., l'..r .l.!>.>.
run up against a bomb :Mr. Witte has Juref'( and strength Ila.o."sa' I4e 1 ri Iasi, s b K,., t'a' f'..,. Ken I.... f... ,.. _..
'" -y have been here. enough to understand this matter andif - ........1 Ia..... 1 "Mt, U Ml It OMto 1 1 i.> !*e1..a.. ....
'. ... .
"U' M, | B ib I Atl $4 Brand r. "ea....
----. '. ..., I rs s .., S
-- ----- he take the matter s* he should and Mal \\ .. h, ere
) t;'7''..n of 1'.aea Ikaad, I to I u. I IIA" .. .e. |'., Ilaite.a
I Italy contemplate a explain it to the Czar he may bt sbleto oniNbLaxative ..... Itra', f* l .1 B SOf Vt40."t. itse .....*!*! ....... N,. Mstl.1... '
t ie I'nited "State. Hhe willI show that for the many nntrsgea lI.&Jalld tllo I a, 11\ SBJ 'i.**ir

I I f >me to escape the anarch- committed this odium reds upon the ti.a.sa Iola 17$ a is, r 10Nurla I.KMI SI |4II'H Mr HI. l'srta a.
'''' t'.Nlee t n>. t I eel / ... ..,." ...., II A'Eat '
want to take her life.
i i.
Hussisns and always will until relief Moust.ta.r.. f r. 101 M, ,. 110 "
-- obtained Fruit Syrup ...*.. KMM tot, t M r ssku Ml.a.e.14 1'- O1 t
....f.irtt llvia.KtOtf 17e. 1 IU t .. cedars 1 wIeaa .
Ms.t
rt. bodies have been taken ilis.e ......... 17. a ... S tai C:_...{. '........_1I.
Ir I uK.. ty |bM r.... 17% S W S SO / '
'. er near Norfolk. Va., vic'i The Orlando Mar snys Having Pleasant to take I A..rtw.nl A ,.imvd urn AU Owu4. of *._ ...._A.e- -1bpi.-.-, Hat. ,
II '' 't'l. railway wreck One wa proved the editor of The ICe|>orter a The new laxative. Does l'rk'e .'..,.. se ... 5.41 na ape I i..t' HIt ttr.ihPIMM

I If tt. bridge tender. liar we now drop him to the |level l he -
not gripe or nauseate. :" '' 1
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'
belongs, lie will need no special j>rac.tiie HANNE BROS. TBI11
Cures stomach and liver ,( T 'Jt'
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9 *',; are surmising an early to command a eraft in the nest . ""
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7 'Ii i "" nt the conference world upon the lake devoted especially troubles and chronic constipation -
, peace art't l... M. (fa....._. PreeldcDl' II K; 'f.e t'a, Cashier
J J not aware of the fact that tu hi. kind which hurnelh with tireand by restoring the
t f 1150 W MVP. VUe-PresWent I... "
r l' tr.t/:0)adayand.xpen.e.. brimstone, No "mrry of the natural action of he stomach ,

.. --- --- "UIt" there liver and bowel.

*' a of !Mula ha* asked for the For ,Hale br X. *H'.ll_a* A. I'.. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
r: .. Mice Roosevelt in mars The present war. .*,. Mr \\ Ite. has

f I served PJnnrm the proverbial
to
t only
i I'
now time to set it to
mae -
t he comic opera artists dot.'oll.ge bravery of the Kassmn soldier Others MIMAMOWOMIH. OF GA.J:2'l'EB"V: ILLE. \ :.

'. who have been wstehinr from a d is.lane ,, fr.a..as5S a 4e S.
caa
.._ .t.M. faala T11K ONLY HANK ALACHUA &
** must b* so far removed from the ... ...r...... .f w. .. ueb.w, NATIONAL 00
...fir 11./re r.. ..as. aa1 a.1 w..s.'ero .
could not it 'in that
.h Atlanta Ga 11"0" that they see
a .
60.000 00
j. '' .
light. 1.5s.
.t a i. u
ery complete anoo ineee .. .. cal .. ilea.. e..e .. I .

r t opening of the fall term How's ho.'> .Ir, r. .,. new. r.1.5 i$.W 8urplu and Undivided Protitn. . nO.OOO OO

f'r -rd. There are ....ral.tg. tlnam.. s..1ryuscesseec .
1. rr this \\-* offer one hundred dollars r.osrd, O5.a.5..I a.aaiaa ta..a wtta IN'u0 .q./I ** Oar seas la se.. $1.. dele, rias.
'a&e enrolled .:::. :: .N.e.Iaai .::..I..Uo..l. Pab.ea.
for ease nf ratsrrh that r.i.r> it b* sM .I. ae wee f'e'w
---- any I sl..:.,wta&.....st -.. ."' __ l.a.aambSd

) at. "ormat In this .bi.eb. eure l by Hall's Catarrh Cure, f' H. rTAYLOB.! ......'.
a city, V J. Cna..r A Co.. Toledo, O,
week has been .. PATENTSCASNQW -
: Tery *ueeesttendaAee knownF I
I We. u.. natiersisYned.' have

.._... at much larger J, Cheney for the Ut 15 years, audbUev
rot anUeipe.t. owing to B. F. JORDAN n
.
a. ed him perfectly honorable la all .c.oto -'tt..w I nmiu LJTZ: AND ,
I "Oe.JitioD of th. e4o a- Uasioee* trsns-elU. aDd flasoe 't
r. of the that! a' the ost. -.-_._- by bis firm! ..a.... ......, ..Y. r..pyw -- -.
- r.rwr..d.Y.e.1 1-4'.". 8L1SBTAV
WAtnisu 16rewaC A Idaav
'I' n. el.filtthat local select sc... Ia1arl fy.Sm .
(Pfall's 'ti1.r
Wholesale itruggl.tsTop.do. : INSURANCErVw
--
carry<< /T that pU. sure. 1 Catarrh Co re t. taken lair- stira .... ... sear. w.rsees ties >. SlftT COB

a I '.*J's Vso qolta certain to Bally. acting directly upon tk. blood .aew.sl.rew c c. FAVBS m

"/ asd t by will follow If aIMS taoexK aarfsx... of the e**urm.TeetUooaUls .
sty
fa,9 seat free Pries, 7&e r.irUvttle "
a'409 U. eolocB.8 the. ,r
l.t&aw dry hold by' all drn. jri.ss. l r'Ir:
1 I.3 -- 4. dry m* a tinder Take Ifa.2l's )'am1JJ' 1".u. b. c usj. POD i R::0. B4.0CMTHE ,'. C1AIIut

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- DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, AUGUST 23, 1905 -,

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,r A'LIVING NET. THE PEPPERS. TheATLANTA Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR '


,'>........ ...t.... .. ........ trued fey Aa Oplelee .. th. i'hlte...the...JlI.._ ,
l .tlv.. ef O.e.a'* wed tmo ae.YI1 c.r JOURNAL[ ALL EARTHLY POINTS
l white la an
cuHt pepper
The so
Ii A peculiar method of fishing 1. InL -
tjl the old fashioned
we
Bulged! In by the native. of Tetulla. abomination e
of our daddlen. It vt.t .
of the Island of Oceania. black iK-Kr
ODe At a
and odor and Is most DailY .a 0..E1p
:liven signal the Inhabitant of the ,.11- ban both flavor North.zEastSonth YT'ro't
; appetizing, while the white la nauseating Sunday : : 8 tes :
,lage assemble ou the seashore to the Zino : .
';"" For real I snap and K<* give me Semi-Weekly
i xuunber of about 200 persona, each
>.. ( wbom carries a brar4b" of cocoa cayenne None of your paprika! Did and
,3 palm. With these In their Land* they you ever sift |M>pi>er In your soap and HUBSCRIPTIOX PRICES Rapid Transit Unsurpassed ServiceTime
Its Ku1Iar behavior? The black
notice
; BY MAIL.
plunge: : Into the water and at a certain -
kind concentrates all the particle Table in effect April 16, 1005.
SUNDAY.One
DAILY AND .
Utauce! from the shore turn toward -
:, It half circle. rushing to a common center. Tbe red year.$7 00
fuming u compact : For "GAINESVILLE
_en. oue hold I UK his J paltu brnucb perMctJlarly scatters, as If each grain were at enjnlty Six months . . . . . . 8 6O Depart err.ee Ft
the and Ulua.term'nar with every other. Try the experiment. One month . . . . . . CO
lu water It mentis probably that black One week . . . . . . 12 8110 P m High Spri.nga and lD&er- .. 30D"Ur v
I
a niece. pepper Is a.trlal".t.bile red la laxa Sunday: only: one year . . . 2 (/) : mediate Polaq rat :
.t".o then a
leader of the party gives
tive. The people' of the tropics consume
i at. and thM: living net approach THE DAILY JOURNAL. 12Jl pm Ooal. I.e..burg and Tampa and a ioJ-
shore gradually In 11'f't"f't order lance quantities of cayenne and are (Including the Saturday edition). Daily Intermediate Points

ring before it r.atlt..i' of fi..hes. I not nccu.tom.tl to dyi>epsla. I never One :year. . . . . . . . .$5 00 Daily
a : and heard of one suirerliiic from Impairedor Six months . . . . . 2 6O lro p m Palatka, Jacksonville, I 3i p--
IMJOl Ity thl Ih'fi T w"1I tu
Imperfect! locution.I One month 45 Daily I North East and West
Bled lu the tMiui palm hruuh.wy'of . . . Dtul
Let us approach these thing ni'derstnndlucly. One week. . 10
the fishes uri'ntt gm the,rund 1'be medical term for Full leased wire service of the Associated 12:05 pm High springs, Waycross, Savannah Brunswick, is c3 ?

5'the ware. v hlJe others arc killUtlcka. black pepper Is "piper and this aue Press and a large and effleient Daily I Albany, Atlanta. all Points North, East Nest Dat.
After h 11:1J! g r'M.>Ui-d ocr of correspoodsnts over the Unit- ---. ,
corps
piper Is regarded as a stomachic. A
tI+coala the fl, h tin- firmed with IIM- ed States.
stomachic l I.. a stimulant for the stom, 8:26 ij
nan and rotoituut' nl'k: The new. while it is news. pm I Rochelle, lUc.nopJ and Citra 'II:
.Tb. scene ns deM,'rll-l Joy u Frenchwho ach. lied or enyeune. pepper" Is "cap.aicum" Special features in 8unda,'*Journal. Dally a f
and In nu Irritant as well an" a
visited the i ..tOAlIl eb I. If n peraon aflllcted with .Magazine "eUno.lIoulehold .
and la I tin r'trtiue, +
.un. plcturrsque| cholera inorbti takes thirty drops of Hints by Marion liar- 8: Oam 20poDauj)
ris'eQ.et heightened! High Springs I
being iimiHiixely I
the tincture of capnlcum In water the land and How to Preserve Your D.lly
:w':' the appearance of the iiull\iH 1 entire. alimentary) tract will Immediately Health and Beauty by Mr. Henry: es.Mondar: ___ f'X rundsf:!
wbo.. costume cutinIntM of u rlnil
be Ingested which should Symes.
of aeaweed or leave. TJi.'lr hnlr that red Is. not a laxative prove And Gossip from Foreign Courts by: ipecial Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the pn..
pepper
1 tpowdered with (balk. \\hU.' 'n. wiir correspondents. eipal railways: in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents,.
look like contradiction New
'are'dl..tln.cul.li.tl lir Ih.llr* : I i.e thin a Complete society section containing Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York via Atlantis Gout
.powdered led. Wreath: of tcinl: York 1"1111.THE both local and foreign society newt, Line ; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.For : .

or red hlhlmius are! worn flU tlit.il together with all of the news of the complete information call on

also round their nee Lu. SMOKER'S PARADISE. day.Carrier J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent. Gainesville.
service in over 400 towns and

A tontlnuol I'.. of TotMeeo I. the cities. Subscribe through your local FRANK Address O. BOYL8TON: DI. Pa s. Agt., W. D. STARK, Tray Pace An.

AN EXPERT ON LYING. Itnlc In Holland. agent Circulation or tend your Department' subscription AU.bt.Journ.l. directto 138 W. Bay: St., Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla

..-4t r Holland Is' the smoker's, paradise.Not . Atlanta Ua. H. M. EMERSON Traf. Mgr., W. J CRAIG Gen. Pan Agi,
.. Was Allaw-Ml to Trailer In Court I only is the rllniato cue which al-! Wilmington N. C. Wilmington; )N C.
... ... .
'b wed Won ( C-> lu -- -- --- -
most compels Indulgence tobacco
vA: .A Kaunas City lawyer tell. of the I but the fragrant leaf may be had In THE SUN

..t1tN of expert! testimony on lying Ilea : abundance' nail at small ('oat.

: I Thr humidity of the climate leads
JOB PRINTING
7th "1 was prosecuting attorney for 1'In- naturally to continual smoking1, and MO
'WTf county In 1881. and had a fellow common Is. the habit that Instead of FaySholesTypewriter

'. before Hq litre N. C. Jones on the I uieaittiilni dlMtanccN, by miles It Is customary DEPARTMENTMakes

;aaarge of horse stealing. lie hired for the ItoatmeH to lecture a
Jatlae Sutton to defend him and when place to b.' so man} pIpeN dlstnnt. a Specialty of All Kinds

"_ case wall CM I Ml I proved beyond On ntcrlnK the house of a friend a of Plain and Fancy 1

itlon by a wltuess who witnessed cigar 1 It orTt-riMl jon, the host st'** that

theft that we had the right nmn. you are "kept well suppllttl. during your

[After- the prosecution hnd rested Hut- visit nud ti freak lgnr upon leaving Is CommercialJob

''.s Introduced 'Buffalo Jour MS a IIH ncHes"ar>' 'M u hat. Old frlrmls! are
{Witness and gravely Informed the court1Dat not permitted to depart nnlll their TilE BESTS

be Intended to prove by him that i Cll...." hare IKu rtlll il, and the nec'e MACHI>E ON Till )1.\1,U,1

By witness had lied. lliiffalo took I .MM| for thin Ixi.oiu<.4 apparent when ItI. Printing

.. tend and swore that, while he hud .. Knou.ii that u xiuokor usually lights Has Tabulator

llr Been or heard of the wit liens be- his fiend clear from the stump of the . For. . UNIVERSAL[ litTDOARDACKNOWLEDGED[ I -ON-

IN'. and knew nothing at all about the pret'IOIM one, keeping one In his mouth Every MachineLightest

..Iriie. committed, he had had a great ('omit II un 11>'. Business Men

:....Off experiencewith men and could 1'lpe|| Mtiiokers are. equally| devoted to ,

Mtn pretty certainvberi they were their habit taking/ their pl|>e to tied Professional Men Shift Lightest; Running! The

0.,..... Then he proceeded I to tell how vtllh them anil I only layluu it down Champion Speed Writers of the World
;-.D acted when they were: lying and \\luu they I us.silt .. 1..11) Should they
'..IVe the expert oplulnn that niy wit- awake during the night/ they Indulge lun Manufactories, Etc Ue the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Shole I ia

,__ had sworn to lies from the word whort stoke |before IsNmgIto sleep| use in Gainesville than any: other machine.

'.... I protested ngaliMt such perform. IIlnln. and they al\>an light their pipes Legal Blanks on Short Notice.The .

tINCM, but Button made the Judge h.a .- before /KetthiK. out of IKN| In the moruluj -

he hud a. much right to Intruaa ;.-.New Yflrk Herald, following letter from one' of our For Sale by. . .
expert on Hum us he would mail order is
customers self-explana
1Mava to introduce an expert on tuedl, tory : THE SON Gainesville Fla.

,... or any other science, and the re.from. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 27. 19O5.II ,
..It wa. the thief was dHiiilnscd CASTORIAFor ; II. McCreary.

F.fOBtody.; . ._ Infanta and Children. I Dear Gainesville Hirt Received Fla.' th.. 'printing .
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Nt M.r. ( rlo."y.JII'b. I matter In line time, and will say thatit
|' world haa n store of pleasure In The Kind You Hare Always BoughtBears I.( perfectly vatltfactory. I like the

..Waiting for the unaccustomed trav- envelopes. no much. Many thank for

;..... Soc etlmes. Indeed, they may tie theSignature your prompt attention in tilling order.
':0: me.tly In anticipation as was the ("1111.wttb offlrt Yours truly,

\.:. Amos Ulggs of riuuitovtu."TIow 31 as. M. G. COURTNBY.

'!' d'ye do?** aald Mr. Itlgg coreVally Il.e.rd.d Yacht H.... .,1.,- Send orders to THE SUN.Gainesville. .
.- to the stern vUaged man nhuhia A rare across the Atlantic oceanwould Fla. m! nu mm!! mm
lwaa pat mat In the car on the 'M> . .
wild to -- - ------------
seemetl
salmon of Mr. Rlgg ant trip to lt<>*. have a romance

::1...... Now what might your name |M"T King (hurles II. when he took a led ALACHUA COUNTY
fat part !In the n.t.coni..., yachtrace. ,
In
Do you live Nashuy or beyond THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
!J '.\ abouM like to know what business 'I l sailed this morning," says

f.4at: ai of yoara where I live or who I K,'el>'n ou Ott. 1. lOdl. "with his. majfty Alachua county:miles i I. H00.400 rallro.d.mil. acres 8OO In DAILY NEWSPAPER. . .
area, has :2-48 .
In out of bit yachts, or pleasure
tfr aid bis companion crossly.now. .
.. road. M postoffices.1J3 .
..>U known us till wagon
boats. \ not among
hti r'W.q. it ain't any partlo'laro : public schools 27 phosphate
I 1nslaeas o* mine strictly N{.ernking" tin Mitth I..t India company pre- plants, 20 taw mill. t7 ,()(X) courthouse Reveals the News and Facts
governing
'. acme Out curious to the kti>
piece a% and
its live -
ed1I Mr. Rlgg mildly, "but Jest newspapers produce
q' 11M this: Ire got a cousin up in Cnn- ehiK very eicelleut sailing vessels It corn cotton rice, sugar Values.
was on s wirer between his other new oats, potatoes pineapples, oranges -
eG7 that r.. never seen, and I've ai-! rye Studies of Market
<" him l.l.s.ttre< Coat built fit..t.U'.nd peaches, pears, plums, pe underlying causes
sops thought I might come upon
their one of the lick of York's: the wager e.n..nd all kinds of vegetable Movements.
of. time lest by aaklug folks
.... and ea on.** lIOn the! race from Oreenwich tohave.end Reviews analyzes and criticises; Railroad
: ( and l>sok. The king lost It Gainesville the Seat. :
County
Tide, sad ....- gold, the wind etng contrary, but and Industrial reports.

Iben a tempest la approaching oryaaatng .ave..l ..ta"In returning There wet.divers '. Has fourteen churches two pnblie Has complete tables of Earnings of

,, out ou the oceaa. the tide are noble persons anti lords onboard schoolt.the University: of Florida, Properties.
X noticeably higher than oaual. as It the his m.J-ty sometimes" steering private !schools, three newspapers
i r 1 water had been drivenIn a vast wave. btmself* "Yacht" a word new to Bh>.- United States land office the beet Quotes active and inactive, Stocks anil

of Wtfon the storm The Influence' extends land lu IlikIs, I>utrb. from "jacteo." water, fire alarm system eltctrio Bonds.
to bunt lo speed, connected with oar and gas lights two lee factories' ,
Us a great distance from the cyclonic
Condon CtiroulclePeculiar macbin. shops three wood factories Records the
"go. the last sale of Bonds and
'>'storm crater "o that the poaatblUty ex- cotton giu,two moss factories
\Let. of foretelltn the approach of a three railroads two fertiliser manufacturing yield on Investments at the price.
,....u rnu hurrlcMue<< toy means of laurnlstMHl Disappearance. companies one fiber I

:reattasw liy tide ffauaw. alt- J. D. Kunyan of llutlerville. II., laid manufactory one rectlfylag turpentine Answers, without charge, inquiries con

-J-.s tar away from the place then ocAlsd > the peculiar disappearance of his painful plant two banks, and well cerning Investments.
stocked store embracing everything J
the
by wtitrttn winds Tbe fact
_t the tklal wave outstrip, the ads symptom of indigestion and btll in commercial line Oa nae dally Ye*...It. THE WALL MTREETJOUUNAL
l>,. -
Hi'aeea to Kina'O.w Life Pills.
tn. storm Nhu.r. haw extremely |, better qaallled te la vest e.eey
He says t They are a perfect remedy,
-t. the sorfsc* of tits sea ta to fordlas. .... oour stomach, headache. The Florida safely sad arefltably sad ,. advise beet lavestweaU -
"'II," ......i of par. brouotit t. bear eoattipatioa. eteJ* Uu.r.nh'.U taaa ... wbe lees ....

J; = M hy. ta e o.vr r.*tiug stinoa.WrtvsitKMi drug stores prioe ASo.
Fruit and Truck Grower

!' PUBLISHED) DAILY BY-
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L. J. HKUHBT, Ealter a.tll.... (.
: Owtl t tie ifs the word DOW JONES & CO.
.f' ......... was .-ta1nalt.M'" to the OCALA FLA ,

", eei.e d vataltf.st. but aot te the color 44 Bread Street, New Tera.

'j" K a. 11M., ha aptptlcstino of -creeo Ode Tear . ... ---. fl.OO TilE OLDEST XEWM AUENCT or WALL HT2Ift.-r.
.to: r tho ceasr of. the .... to iirKXed beforencer. hlagle t. . .. 10 -
$12 a Tear ti a Meatk. ,
""',t> iMit ./* aatty as rhe year' TvK 't-

... ta.M tnt ...... >..."'The word INVESTORS READjTHE WALL STREET JOURNALl'HE
i'ti. akin ifs "ptstl". B4sd "=n>w-. which .
.i' art.rtgrnly.tal=a-11. to the .v.cta- Because they are the best A handsomely IUuetr,t.d magaau s
111, .... : devoted especially to the latervata of
1; w ahsta>w --'Y..bM grew"
But atttktaais'ws>.L""M'breeua- eetaali in the land for the money the troll and T CT$Able growera at

"...... .- i..wtag Ask you dealer for the PIori4a.A. ',,
I ... "Snnay Jim" Shoe and in- wpsetetl trial ..,'- st eta .
....tIts. h ',_ a : ., ;
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116 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 2H. 190+

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:;;IIN'. T.iRMa NOT ACC&I TEO INDUSTRIAL EDITION.On :SlTB> :saa: Q-.T1Dt E "r.A..ElL.XSElED Itt6Q. T


to the Desruetie Thursday November 18, 1906. the

,, of\\1ja"the. Object FrontierFettr..a.. publisher of The Gainesville Daily DR. DK\LF.E B. MORRIS.DENTIST H.F.DUTTON&CO.Sea }/

r.laaa.. August ).-JXbo .te rl'.l Sun will Issue an Industrial Edition of .
( assemble Monday. Tae Aaat4 . . ----DEALERS I IN ---
:
11 this paper which willoomprUe a complete *
press u Intormecl that the

_Korw: .gan: governnveht within a day descriptive write-up Alachua Island: OottOrL:: S'S''jl:

aW ; wl!:l submit a proposal relat- county, including the city of Gainesville ,.
two on.re ,
.u. '
.11. E'D4erL t'note q J et.tJ +
Ott tl(> the dissolution' of the union giving a description of its Industries -- .- Sea I I.-Iacrl: Cotton Send Rigging anti Twin Walrua-t:'
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Doth - -
d .
: and !: w n- govern-
*'y
Sor Mineral Products. Resources
are anxious to ..our* a eolu- A C\ :. .1.1SLE.TTORNEV. Leather in Strips or iSManrfactnr tdt:,.
seots Jlfflcultlee at the earliest of the Soil as well as its Educational!
give of the .\ AT LAST.end
We posi'Ne! : Consequently.. It I.u1.rtW Advantages Future l'ropcts and its : rrs; of the James Doig Impiovtt! English 4

d that the storthlas will .... adaptability as a home for those seeking Solicitor in E.tuity Sea Inland Cotton Gin nail Supplies for
rt111tl.
the rlfcadag to aecune th. cU...

11 COHt... of tb. union by a formal reso- a location for business activity or Real K, tato. Conveyancing and C lea. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. USA

a bet and repeal of the treaty, and for health. oral TractAll business. promptly _._ _ __ H .
wOI! Im# UAU C'VILL". .'loalcA.
0 ,.: to negotiate with, the riksdag- grade book paper. profusely illustrated --- ABSTRACT

wee. rnns! SweJen'a conditions.Tre with an illuminated cover that FERDI =" .\:'\ D BAYER, REALTY COMPANY
1 11 an parent strong feeling
a will be
highly attractive. The edition
Afalist the acceptanvs In toto of Swe- ATIOUNEY AT LAW.GAINWVI .

IM't terms and especially againsttk will Comprise 20Ot O) copies of 3d pageseach : : k. F Loata. X-n.oorpo rat e<11 .,

instruction! of any fortress. Should including the cover and will be E. E. VOYLE. MQ-R.

twtJ.G J not accede. It Is consider of great value to those who desire to Can sell, jour city property, (improved Abstract of TllUs sad fa.I information famished regarding I I..nb. la UalaA'J' ''
ro&able" that Norway will propose arktratioa and Oar maijr sae Lted in this thirty and
send them away to their friends as the 'inimprured), phu'pbai eoanty years
: ; of the disputed. points. trucking and farming lands bead him Mlkorooghy fooversaat" with land titles. +
facts it contains will, be thoroughly a list of what you offer for sale :J1tZm

Wemen In Cotton Mills.ATUinah. .
., reliable.A ---- - --

G*.. August M.-The limited space will be reserved in W. K: U VK.ER.Arn JJ. IE3_ V-O LE. x

... spinners of the Sarannab Ootton
this Industrial FIRE. .ACCIDE ?. BCRGLART AND INDEMNITY INBCKANCK
hare walked out because Edition of The Sun for litNEY.A-LA w Representing
Ihis they ,
a number of proralasst Aa *rteaB sad English companiesREAL
tys' e Uln! :, the carding In the mills It an tbe use of legitimate,: advertising, and . SOLICl OR I IN CIIA:%CERY. . ESTATE AND CITY LOAN.

taftrior quailyt of work. 9.v.ra1weei reliable business houses will find it to Gt31ae o : r F10rida
': ago the 100 white women and'
uiI their advantage to communicate for O.\I='J\' U.I.E. Alachua Co. FL.
employed: In tbe
Cris cardiac Jepart-
space at the earliest possible date. l rtU.,. in Endel lock.
sent \er discharged and their place
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
yens filled: by negro WOol... It la to The Objector -- -- -- --

tt. work don by the new hands that
ct. d. mule spinners obJ. t.. They com this edition is to have a greater DR. J. H ALDERMAN. eU<
joined: but without result portion of the 2O.OOO copies for FREE -- -- '..- -. -- -,. . - ---- ---
so they - - - - - ------ ----- -

fcarr determine" to stop work. The distribution at the Florida State MidWinter 1> E N TIS '1' \eUUole Tnalai IU: .t >.. :31 >.. St '-rill and _L. >.. IIi

superintendent' of the mill. say he Fair at Tampa November 15 to i:. J.ek..nll.0.: By y h.. : Me Ly Jael.u.ville. 71.. ,lo. It, 1 48p

.... not know why the white labor 30. 1906, to familiarize the people who 1.1' Je.up $o. Hy Jl 4 .. Iv"tp Ly J..ap. u.. o. fly 1030p :tLv
"u suppUntd He says It was done Over Dutvor A Cu's Uack, Ub! "vtl e Savannah :000" ly I :""p 12: lbs i -\.r Waf'CNI. u. ho. fly F" cna "
sr S H Tlfton. of Vermont the ownr visit that exhibition with the advantages Ar Columbia tio. Ky e Mp e {tea Ar .Atlanta H. Suo I.J 63116 I'

of the mill. ofTered to settlers in Alachus .\rCh.rlou..c:: 1ty 1n :op V She .tr Rome lie So. Iy T .M IAr
Ur..n.IJOrnIt.: .. Ity 1 1\: I: Mr' .\, t'altnn lie !'\n. tty. a a. .
county the county of varied resources DR GUUIX.1N U T1SON. Ar lanvllle s... Ity 2 ::1. :: hi'", .\ r Chaste ea.ta Trust Po. J: I &aa
nl...* aioa._MB. and the Hub of the Peninsular Stateof Ar Ha..hnmn.J 4o. fir fI bits d 4tr \r l.etingtun. Kr 'l A C. It 7UpAr +
A traveler! In the upper Tauglse prortec DENT13T.OT.O. :: Arl'tneinnnlt. U tl 0 T 400 .
J.'l"htlUr :0001. ty 1 31a 4 :;lKs 't tArChariuttrsvtllen
-** of China found In the town of the South. : Ity "I"" e Ilop I... ".collln., ... U K.g: ....r 'ssOp" I..

Dlnjtsnru! many Cbln ee Mohammedan For further information address Ar %Vasttingtun .'1. f:7 g '.... NLot. \p (H..ArIII suit Four T.l 4...

who kt-ep up communication with TOte D\n. Hcv. Gainesville Fla. .. Ar n"ltlmn.. I' U. t:. 11 :tI)a 11 lfJ1': t I... C"I..lIIlla" U 1'a Ito.. tiSdp s.1r
: MUlef lAW
t>>!ir fellow religionists of Arabia. A i ltaoball4fO.IL. 11'. 1''d.I'i., I. It H I tr'l1 'J Ma \r ('hl..&.... III i'a I.'n.' T lOla'( -0

missionary bojjaa lived among them .... ... Ar' New York<< i' H It t13..r. 3 t. LyOIll! .
Another Good Man Gone Wrong. '"I t-v r* .. _. ln..a&l.U e; It .t U. n4.Sp' ;
for jean declare that they are very ./Ihie.gu. III Mutlnu T gdsr
--- -- -- -- No; 31-"New York and 'Iorula I.e.:
Quarrehum.*. luucli given to boasting lie neglected to take Foley's Kidney (ail ", Ur.wlna Ittxm l.v ltlnelwatl. U e, 11.\ It, p Up .
.f their Turkestan origin and In spite Cure at the first signs of kidney Tilt; WI-T; ENl>. sleeping pre. Car Fort Tampa and Jaokaun.r Toledo. II O. II A n, a :J(*.

of tlie prophet's Injunctions, drink a trouble hoping it would wear away. 1'111. Iou New York. \r 11..lr". Iu'h I. M 3 Z* .

great d.-ut. of wine. Tills Is usually the and he was soon a victim of Hricht'a FINE: \VIXK: LIQUORS A CIUAKUJOHN No 31).-.. \\'a.hh"rtnn and Florida I.. (!..."junaU. I'. 1.11... $3 \

case with t 'tilns Mohammedan InUlni.&uCu. dl.f'..". There is danger in delay but t1I Limited Rally "UIlIllA" (hawing, \r l'IIIhurll.l'a I'a_ I.inee _bbb._ y'

and more especially In Kan- if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken at OtiC"thA N7.IPM.1'tosrieto. ItntJJn Sleeping Car Jaek.ouville tu I.. ''ttu'elnnali It lug Four G" w;
cab a few of their spiritual teachers ts-ni \V lur .t.. J oh uowUK. ri.. :t..w"uk.. .t (7levelahd. 11 lug Fonr II..I4Lt
symptoms will disappear tier. kidneys - '
k"vp up thflr "knowledge' of Arabic and 1 t.estng/an. ly :40 a By. Al Jij,
sr o--antouHlly visited I I by Arab ortrrtrai arM strengthened and you are Faust beer l tattle and draught. Don't Through "Tb load of Ike. tLy.. te. au .o\r I.uul.v/11./ Ky 2'4n.' H" MlottAr .
A l4m mullahs who follow the soon sound and well. A. I! lla s of fall to call on me when in JacksonvilleMAX 1'1. 1..1.. \1.: 1'4.' It T

oi.2 Arab trade route l,y way of Hanil. Mnrgantown, Ind.. had to get up tenor I.y a.k.u".I1I... Fla K'i. Ry IM" Ar AItiouirn.inuughasn,11.. r.u, I
1..l"aYan" ". Ua Nt. Ity 1. I Isty
by whl.Ij the Arab, originally traded twelve lime MI the mc'it.' and hada Ar enlllmtH.. N. (, l'4u.' lty A 1 kt .tr Ala 2'4t' ,. U .
and proi>Mffut...l their faith. These motUk severe backache and paiu in the KltAUSS, .\\.h.&I1."t& :" (. !(., sty I bpp A' 11.uphls, Tenn Vrl......, g 0It "
'
A' Kan..City \In Yrlsen' 9K1.
visit every country tu the eastwter kidneys, and was cured by roley's Kidney Uei resenting Ar lint Spring.. N. (' ,. Ity 7 au' --r -- : .- -wit
the followers of the prophet are Cure. J. "'. McCollum A Ce Ar Kno..llle.Tt'lIn !'In. Ity dll'I' t.m1.hs. 1."u pAr it

to Nfound und keep up the tie of the E. As WEIL &: CO. ::=:;: 1..o'Jleylll. "'J. Ity ''t" late Ilnt .!'rllJltAp'. 92nis.tr .f f.1r :
CaltJtulWIth IsUm. As they often THE RACCOON. Mt 1..1. 1'4"' It, t tdt. :"tic I,+- I'ul Vlutida 1.ln.4I4"
Gar.clnn.tl .\ U. "II'! .
stir M' illfwattafnctloo and foment dl.tnrten'es .- --- WHOLESALE SHOESor 01 Nally ti..UtI v..tlbule train throtaat..t
day enact. and l'ulimsn" llle.ptnl
against the Chinese" authort- In the uprlnn" liet.ir>t. 'I'-
Nn. :n--I'.II I'ullm.n ItrawlnK ,
Care. 't.nnvllle /linelnnati..
I two t1... latter regard them with sus- HP hI1"'ru.I..ln l ,, lUteriHirlnK All .Ileteripti.ns. Room anal 110fT" hleeping ear Let,,,.... No ID-I'ullm..n. Ilrawing ReotII

. t>wluu. the Biunim,\. an 1 fall !>. Jaekaonville end tsettinatl" 1.ln.: Car L.tween Jaeksonvllc,. a')

form*. :"'\ IIrnalnihaul{ { .mllbl.. Ioaoa. Clip;
Now wMllowM Drink. .:u..I1..1 1t1.1. I'ar "!""rwl.f'. and Colorado ,
i 2'4plnlll' :
Of Ilk rot: It iniirLv'. 'lJt for \ nrloiipu Sole Agents for MON AItCU andHOVKIUITALIM :: .
coune i.ltJUI.:4
wo<< know that swallows ,..
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Crtnk :'1'UMCI*. EW Shoes. Every ,
n they skim over the surface of tarnugtnf .\ AT JACKHONVILI.K. \
wat"r We Lave In in.tl\IO" 'riP I I. : and
tli. seen bow here and ..warranted.. From :New" York, Washington. "ta.-No. ?\Va-hlimti.ii anti Floriaa Um.t.
re
the water ripple on a pond BJ'1'VnlillK'Tin "
tied. SHJil m .
.. l..-a Mwnllowa am gracefully wklfnc'n tMiurnc'-o'ii* racoon IN KIIIUoal> J. Minasso. Anent From New' a. York \\'...etunJCt"n.So.. U, "Washington and Florida 1:1f.: :

fo an.1 fro. One day I sat down In tin- JUiluu'ii pres.." pill: %>. m, _r
tuii. M lima n pond where every erentfirf lie nil nlwnj whip a sir. ,: of M. own From Cincinnati. ..h..I1I.Nu.. 29, "VVahtfigtuii and Florida U... "
: n:'nj barn swallows came to bathe II' ..IE" nn.1 w.I.lIt. (,.ll:>t-: ..\'11.1.t.\: : FA1UKITE ." 9:"*1 a. rn, .f

.'.:i
haM.fer I uith Mkofch book and pencil In for pennnt*. 1:1 OnT. J. C'. I.I7HK.: : District. |*aMeager Agent, IIIHH 11. I IU; **|., J rk..,._{I1I., /la. d".
1"'ely watched- the birds. and large .
'at.
J JI:1: ay ftuairiii. t Though the site l nf a ery II. ll.an.tcs, I'. T M. \V. ll. Tavulal, a'\ lIa..". Moa.**,,. A. U, ... .J;
my delight to see just h.- is\ allied: tn Ilse l..'ar. Alachua Pool
L Parlors.
w -
tn&nam-d to touch and dip tip In Mtinir t-,ru lie tends It flown tearIng

l3* < r a. they came within a few I' O|..MI the htl..U. u* du.-s the bog; ..
.t.P" "UJ'.. You see the swallow he oh' <*. llum>. Proprietor.
'rt'. TIi' ir treetup tendency may Gainesville & Gulf Railway Compaq
watttr In its lower bill lust at l
v
y'' ', sere..I In the *0" M famous honey <
Id dip up a little water In aIn .
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111. T the hollow of your hand Ho corner from the won>U to rob nap THE FRUIT" VEGETABLE ROUTE":
iikl* Ml over the surface In a .. than Located &in tie forger Block south v
more
ili-! trnylntooth
br"t. .y the under half of the open I"Unlflo-loI. side 5r..ar". Three flrst-elase ...bl.... OF FLORIDA.
'', + the water. If'the upper he .atJ6.. riilladelphli Ueo.rd loud lights, and prompt and eourtsous
Time Table In effect 0 I"G."' 11.
I k ------ July ,
The I. Invited
'e ali service. put r cordially
f-,r -i'd to out touch on either the wide water InS {..iMfotlr Pr...l.An and always welemu .. ______ .. .... r _' .___ _

.*! "'!. a xx>ped up into the bIlL inta.b: pairs| | tell the following No. II.
'k ..III,. ."tll11I"," irT, .,t a lo .rn- who had Dally No. 4. foe a. ', No. h tt SLv
114.-t1 l..-tH-r cl,,) '. tout wtK. I 1lu" al Kse't DallyHunday Dally J I HTAT10NM. Dally. D.Il .
'f ing" lirr ,...1|u.+'t! In cireuin-iancew lOUISVIllttllkSIIYILlt I
the I
Baby l Is Cutting TeetH
nay. she kept hunger with dltfloulty __ .___
'e and u**> that old and well- from her d.-.r I'-owe ben..vo'ent \<*r. : .'

:f r' "- Jj Mr*. Wlnalow's Booth .sus. henrlnrf of hr ad plight end A 3I L. Y M',#.. A"I "r. PMAr!" A III i"

'rU. for children teething. It knowing hr prMe. f'wa"'S her hell. P. R.Yer R. 7 4A I. . . . . ....._......1.1., . . . . ...... . f. .a
I*** .. .. In. withboM.n any name.After 7 nfth . . . . . . . . Irvlso.Duugarvau. .... . . ..... . ;f 'ta
child softens the aura*. a > "r 'I", . . . . . . . . lIN "
t. t the. death. of lh. I....,r la.ly not ..overy w . . . . . . :
;. pals cares wind eoll and is Ire d_kwa tift . .. . . . . ,4cftacl1.IJe, .s4' ,
,. tem edy diarrhoea. Twen k"-ir sfierwanl. when 1 10 I . 1. .. .. .__..... hlI.au .........4. . . . 54* .'-
'* 1.hn "'e. .oareh..l ty a friend, there was Low Rate Round Trip Sum i* 1* ...... .__u_ Iwak. Hl u..tit". . ... ...... .. . . . 40, ,....,
found neat llttl white arr j..<\k.teontalnloif Tourist TicketsOn It Ell I .. . Mlraut, .py . . .. ..L. .. ... .., . . 0. ....
the half overHr 'Inhl4l1i1 mer III.,. .iJ.- .. TaAoms. .......... .. . bib

IF YOU LOVE YOUR Aero the p.p r was written In a .al.> dan, 'I various r.*oris Nortk- t47 f.... . .... . ICI'II.-. . . ... .1.. ..... Sib
<,ue bawl -T.-n h.lltn.: s -nt and "....,. haitelelot..r Ih' lo r.- NI". ,.......... .. Oiyatt . ...... ......... t !10
V (JCI .. . .. . W.uahoola, . . .i. ...... 4ftS
1"1 ymou.ly. Mcxt Ind -est. turn including ( hl...<<", )lilawklBb ... j. "
WIFE DOMTROAST )! apoIs, r t Paul D.nv.r, Colo I 14 . .. . . Iloe.y. Point--------.. ... 440li .
f 4Ar. . . . .. .... 410
Tort.' .
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sod H.lurn Ooh rado Springs, 'J -liIUllmy.--vill.. .. 'I"II
Denser Colorado :30 ,0A,1.) O'.
Kitrentely. lov ral.. lu Portland, orJL S taty a r r ..t
HER .38.OS VIA L. At N. R. HTickets Ore.. setouat !>...>. A Clark Cnt M. n M U 40 < .601 . . . ..... 66 fee 3rdl ;'
..rtA. alai Kspoaaio else in sea Yrsseoso I: ooix | 4) M : 71* ..* ,. .Cyril ......... . 40 0 :31} titil w
ng her to take the family sold August "W'b to r and Ix an 7 t* 7 17 _...... raliam. . .... $11 I j Y n I.' .
:: Angelas
>
.
r ag the kot sumoier mooth. tMr 3rd ineluslvw, limited. Sei t.ssb.r Only It... operating thn.,j.b sleepers *34/* | 7 UAr' 7 T* K.fnp rift CttjT ... .. 30 v l0 1"/

Of your Bread I row Itk to r.tornaad by 5-aJm.DI of U) from blonde to C t:1<.agu. . ......i' 0 DO II) V) Palstka. U, fl. at V>. 60 |>; 1D II) ..,;..:

eents. at time of deposit will l>i ei. (/.1y It.. raiiibg through .>.j.r. ". .,
of : : ; ;:: . A F.ML: I :::
from Florida to M U* ?th Only oa
s.obar
(
Keystmje Bakery.. tended until service, ...... II) po: ,.....Tailsha.sss. K. A. L..I, I U JI' . ... r ..
I a : change of cars via I.. A > alb duping' ear Tbrociglk toori Asters to Califor.nia . ....., II' 11
I rr o 'ale, work and money., car service through Liberal st4 prv.r Free ,..Uo< .g ksir ears fuse .. ._. 3 M a 'Jt) PI, . . "acoa. O. It. % ......il'( JO .; 1 K Jts

i1 lire heliirt'ed Dally privileges. A Coed opportunity to dialog ear service la ta e IV uU.,. __ ...... 'I a J" p..aaaata C. of O.._. &> a. .

I"r's'.54 city, Also Cake. visit Colorado at very small eoM F_lllaformatkm Ask nor al.e.. *... via L. A iC. Ar III..AI. A It Ar r.lli' II., A Mjl| *>_;
:
5 e ath.r >doelio. of For .. sad. MJa doU. in poUt
prr n.i say
l .. rreerrsxtiosss
we nod ..pl ear .
s daco sfttorAtio oat a"U- Sort tat W.... sad f er Pells ** r.e.r. T...... S aad 4 ... ado ma b.4v*+.UUa+tfUU said reaz1044' 'L.r/: ."
civ protsirc .uo... aU ..o..rtte OW. IS, IIEH* {. .
1 !tfl1A t t Uom to lov. K. Itttntac. F. !. I..J 1W5 F1& I1MA' A-. L. A If. .....i .. L. L1riJ>Z>Liii. '- '

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8 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. AUGUST 2H: l tnni.iws .

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_ W. )(. Barco of Rochelle was among I Purchaser of IlghI.ot.W.y Whaleyof I .- la ,
AND I I --
CITY _
OF the visitors the I t
to the county capital yesterday. Southern Bell Telephone and I I

Telegraph Company returned ye'ter-
COUNTYGONDENSED Deputy Sheriff' F. S. Curl of Archerwas : day from I.nke City, where he fuss \ Something New in Ufo Insurance !

in the city on official business yes been for the |,at few day on utMcialbuine
terday .4Mm ; an Ideal Policy '.

of General Interest Oath- John H. Holly the merchant of Arrc> T
g<frs eyed by Our Reporters. I dondo was among the business visitors i Mi* hn..ra. Mrs. O B Thomas and All Premium Payments Returned ! '

I to this city yesterdsy. I :\lrt. U'. I' i .arrett and daughter. :MIMOmera I ,'

SOCIAL ITEMS A few first-elass typewriter ribbonsfor i McL-jok, left for \\'.,ne.fIllf.N I

fRSONAL AND sale at three.fourths the price ncu: C. yett-riiay. where they will .f>t>ii(] r'The Union Central LifeInsurance
rn .
'
1 a weer.A.
and What Is Ooing ally paid Call at Sun office. 'I
|..Mt Has Happened Ladies who get their calling cards F. Scott of Hague was ,in town
L Short Paragraphs
H PP*" Told In yesterday and{ made The Sun an .ac,*...
The Sun
p printed at office. :25 for BO
S. That "Ha Who Run May Read"illing cents, have five votes in the library able aud prutc.blt'! call. reue"iug his. i Company t;

1ft Ttte Sun. contest. ubcoription for another year' MrScott .

h cards In latest styles Mrs. Mary Thomas has gone to Jacksonville has ettablihed a cotton tdnnery '''rll- .'.u.., nhUh ln.ute. the 'I.Ur..I| | ilurhnf Hi 1..1.! .. IM

taJif'; where she will be the guestof at Hague ar.1 the outlook i ill encouraging period ef bU' life .nit then. Ir.... 4e lre' .l. return. I.. him, us
I officetTtccragti
d Son daughter. airs. John Lynch for large quantitles.uf cotton being surrender 1 he> .'..BrJ. all that be fca. |1..a.I.I | .
; o banting allowed on my grown: in that ,...lghLoIHodIdeh hertf.

te*. J H. J.rvi*. a few days.C. tofore I... ta, hauled to other placesto

rd Hodges of High Spring wasI C.Powell hat returned from Way- be ginii.dMr -
t Bsrn cross, Oa., where he has ben I IL: I. 0STR..A. TIC> :N"
I Ue city vterday. on a : and Mr I I. H. Bennett have r... .. .
brief visit to his wife, who is sojourning .
wood for
Pry oak and pine stove with relatives there turned to the r home ia this citj after ...04"'I. Ag *S tear. AMNM*| Premium' for f!U tear, ell &I.... .

| ]k. J N Ren Phone 19. 3t having .1..l.t a mot delightful time I .Ul. .* ";.t...
of Bell was transact- T. R. Pickett of Newberry was ia the with relam and friend In lUrling-
>. 11Tilliaml in this city yesterday. city yesterday His saw mill plant. ton Laucater. Florence suit other JPTIONH" AT r:'Ml OK ini:M ) --'It"c "

M bonnes which ha been doted down for several : point in outh Carolina. Mr Bennett Cash Or IJf Or I'.J.I'|. I'ol Or 1'ai.t'111. I....."1 "I".4.
1 1 Frankland P.
,
F P Thomas and Son month, has returned operation states that h.. was surprUed at the Surrender. Annuity ley fur II Mv.He. .1 l r.n.iteMAS:1'
+ I jr were in the city from Alachna yes- i :! ) $47 O lJ< and 11111'". (:as.", "..UI".I&.1I,4.i ,
Trass Denby has returned from Jack Large quant ty of tobacco now b' ing t
..,day, sonville. where he went a few days ago grown in tat Kt..'.. which seems to ,, I'sM-lyp.' loan soil Kitendenl: fn.ur.i.<*. Value* a,. ti. saws..
of High Springs was for weoty-Year Life Pulleys
to1"U Young with II.... Denby on a visit to relatives. be a great. uJotry.Registration& .
visitors to Gainesville ye -
(smock the Mrs. Denby will remain in the metropolis Nottca.Notice( i. hereby I '

tmtlY for several days given that the registration b ok of ry
: l'. further rail| .4.Jr-_
' J .'bramlof Jacksonville is r yrtkulers es, fI' t
Jlr. E Mrs. B. C. Hodges and daughter the City of lnevllle are' now m ru
ill tie city a guest of her son, J. K. Miss Hattie left yesterday for Chattanooga at my cfKse n the United State land If I .

llbram*. and Lookout Mountain. Tenn.. ome... where all person 'j'lslifled to f J. M. PATTISON W. B. HIGOON.

Wanted-Loan of VKO for client for where they will spend a few we ks register the :ding reidentuf the nw I

[.eyesr. Security I1.SOO. J. A. Car- among relatives aDd friend. territory .jJ'.-l to the corporate limit I'ltrHllilM.:!' : UlC,rHAf. A'.l;M.

.
1itJ. Ifgobert Mr. and Mrs. W K Baker and of the city y the new charter er ue'edb Cincinnati Ohio Gtinesvills Florida

McDonald of WillUlon was daughter EUcabeth returned last the .last Legislature may register i ] ..wI

( I tt* city ye.terday on a brief visit to night from Plant City Mr*. Baker between the t-rrar of and t i a m.

I ititliTe' and child have been on a visit to relatives and 1 st.cS 4 ; m. Book: clc.* otti Ujrday I! .

p. 0 NorSet. a prominent citizen ofkwberry in Plant City for several weeks. ptrmt.rYthllrG J M 1'rtt. Kin esrrta<. and! tr'ggy Jl-elnlu. '

| wa registered; at the Brown George K. Bruome has returned City Clerk I .,.,J trimming' at C (J. l' -iJrleh'I t i-

Use[ : yetterday. from Saloda. N C. after a pleataot H. McCjrJy fcr the past f'
Horde Ferryman, an industrious sojourn of several week in ttat delightful month 4tj s-tor of oQ1.. for the havliiK eotu for e'U'j.uh.I,., f

dnnr of Campville, was trading in section Mr Brootne it still Southern 1:.*.. Telephone and Tel... 1."" 1/r \Merruan, the d.r.U.IJ
graph Goer: at.1. .... been |'rotn..t4 to I .
.
in Saluda .r..dil1 remain for
[ thecity yeterday. there r Uui.rh ..f the Ntaudaed Kertiln .
the poitU f pnr haieg agent for
fund s. kit yoor visiting card at The another month: .r' Mscufarturlnit C .nt|'.ity left fur
Florida, w tv, f eedausrtes. iu <>.>brtviile
fas off ss3 vote for your favorite in W. J. Ho4fe of Alaeho, one of tie \,,'.b.i.r awl other |olitt. In Mouth'
Ths 1ire good ,..v. to
[ Its itrsry roctest.U solid farmer of that Motion. wa trading Florida yesterday Iri the (h.I..1 uf lu. Yalwos
fr>eod. cf t* ,. .... .ct young man. Bit .
B Lari. a prosperous msrehant in tbi city yesterday He "'|ort. and e-otff' stkoe ar* io order. Mr fir"

|*f Har'->f, wa transacting business in I I the planters in his section in rood condition MrCarrJy .te"-t. to remain it Florida Mr. Jilts l.yneli awl ilaiixhter iif

I tkit r.ty yesterday, notwithstaitdirc their losses by Jacksonville returned to their home In ill
dor t:>r the r s> trwrtKi>*i work of tte
Ii!. bstb tob., lavatories ete alyi ,eocti&oed heavy rain. !+ottrt. 1;. wbiei. i. est***iv.. audwii >fooday after a |>Ua.ant slat In tli_ r

." \s ':an i ,:--ppoite postcfRee. F. C, L. Feaster a&d J H Inter two wet i: It** t tale kiis L.4"&A&n.re former'. .1-r, lies U J. 1'10'' in DRY GOODS

III- r P amber, dtGet procr.-.*:ve eit' *""C. of MiaAopy were her due cityMyra.

_.. . .
J Jr J>t> printing at ne Foa Job bo. D... viitcir to tfct city ye.t.rdsy. Jw... a. rrnrly" uf thl. ."r

sfc-; /QI y .J can role for your favorI Mr. Prater eobdaets a saw null and 4W' but now eoneeted with H.* Mlnger, Keeps Us Busy. '

I ..11 tfce tsar, covtest grist! mill at that .Mier. -tde looking i .'.. .... Valaiw ("' "" ( ny at <>..!..

after tl<* f'itJ". it.ter-t a* mayor return-r4 to Lis. bees-. ,_t.f.J.7 afire a \
.
Oar: Lace of I>oke Bradford
| e sity .&. among the business visiten : Mr. D M J'bbr left y"'trri.j forDonnelloa. $ MEW YORK S brief .,...1 a.. r. A
: bsvini: teen railed fr.i.rt.
1 t t .. r.ty yesterday r. rao.adu Gets sa: 'Ir.
Fre-xl. dee JJ by the &:In**. o! her c.och..r.1 G.,.......,.;:.. frail Ceri.airr, li I s4..aito i lie tsMrtmstf sEaibrairftrit > '
Mr Joseph Ettel will .
Mr, Mar.e. atom tfce t.. .a.a.m: an- : u.. j'st aav h' aftrrwiia CS I ... .'..-. .S
b f *4 ;Lae that she i. oot again
t'.r! I bo ced wa gatc.iek<<; l1.a Lcd RACKET ...cs w I; ... p +1i.e: t.IW 6eI. r to .... .. Laos
to :e. of two or three days. *
she food the condition of tt.- >'&t" '.toot .. '
; | ai.C 4; wet, it.a.et.r t.c#v'rd rr a. trey et tau
1' t
Peeler and little eon.
.* *-rrix" as wa eQJ't+c**-JJaec
X Xri.srrw.ra
1 x G.rtwtr < t
S art all W..1tt
.taetsaoville
are ia the . E EI
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t OsraWe. ce of .t.. ix.fi&*tr>- ..... rsatiravC fe.a .. ...n"'l.I""I ;
'
I .
aft r 'Mr sad Mrs, R. B.
M oas ee.lored farmers of 1l.arb11.. e*.l*i ty.nt4., .twee '- ...... t.-...s..e.ib. ;
r a''hd +t Nos eve Lrt .
at. The pan ai.5' r-r-! yet.-r.j and rwnewed S4r sw.at.Lsg tvr ..... pad 15w C.,a ..LYU.IJ 1..1..rl. . I
J ..Ma J.r inrlat eitirta sad his .it enpVKni. lie La lts a : .-.s.J, '--'ti.-C ....c rsoas4s

,rear.... f' tamer tad ntrallMMt regnlar reader of th>. paper. La'T a.eew.year. :1 i ii ...._ U- f.-- .. sett t"a'wr r.5 ru rwstev .
d .r t' .a. trading la the .eli
y sad ".)' be 1Sf_ t>trtra see bo- aperson I 1400 t.td-J,
7"t.
1f wbo ,. +Ltrre.trd is A1selie.ae.cssnty I n.. ia.i.e.44 H. ... 'vitae'.'. t'Ttara.a.
tII'W".1I' Brad ebildr... wiitvai i... ;
ft a..lc.LI: rout- % ;,
. rli..e; t. aaterse.
lt tg 1 R. Willlllf
$ ai.i P E. Jr. tare rs- 17per : ....J %...c la .J.- 17 W.oa.. .!.. .
r ru: a ie*. sxt visit t. rela- ,_ w
to tLad at ,
;aDe ea.r.2arts.it.s- sstrt tit sat'' yat- u! Ma. a. and
tt., t a lat.ctard.cs. I I j; tki. nee. .-eo"b4-t.a.&o( 17Jnuni i Some Hoi WeatherSpeaals i it tt atereet.r. C*w.r.... '7!.*. Cea N 1
T. F. THOMAS
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t .-. ... tku* eaty. ba. roe to 'I aeit! Y.ea.a. !'o ; C..r'e.t. Xa : ....u,..... 1."'.... w eft h..._.Lgba.aaS. UMDRTARItIfI ((0.FULL1JJTB )

t t' L9aINw trrV a e.OVS\4> oftt I s.. a.. F.s..._ "f' f Tb.. mat'St'ta.'r = t_ err ...c .a W- say .c..4 s. .

: ail t- out:: rtrsS' and ors fey guest ti' I's t.-....._ tn i 1.a+i.L to

-, :.-I+r cud .::J'II.' lktaa: r.aDably trrn+. J.da.tfa IRS apt..Cats.. Eel _4r_ ....... afi rt-. .toe w.a -..., H. earl.. s ...... as vyeratwa p./. .
tie.t..etmrra4l.
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,# w.eta.1 e..ek* at r' '; .CJL& 11.. T onnsuJ-I r wars toGsu.ee. sJwy a ,- d a.raCEia. .t.k C".o'.t-". 4A lot..
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et sod frets prtaka5e t.aL groves L. 4.r' 4-.as.' t.- tf/ -
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