Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01156
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 26, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01156
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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be look"t ed
sa4 their

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vit ,'of New Ye*rk.

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oe p the0O~ltalIS~s held b 1

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bosfe*4t b eku w ,be Was etr9*4
fawt** Ot bi4 o b ecome sla

diaiso ~ri*'thebody.
A OhN Septipon ar.
.1TV* Italtei". No Of them WO
01' ua44#f rrest charged '"M
PlIcis40 toitbemurer. ;ud extiz
Wjlef police safd, DepUtSS are *441..
ti*ul# Oder. In thq excited 4t~1e
4patter of tie city..
Pwevntya&med deputies b" fee
0160dd on guird at the Orleeg' ,r-
iosh "isom, the strongest In tht"
wbe"'ethree of 6e prisoners vaw'e d
44 sawe appebeauln hs ti4ef bt
Obui' tbvalltty ~ta' othOer. a~~

ad wat
i4are Jose bo ttuoese, who w41
04~piliM iu the dlaoer fat that t~
0A MW order !lmet Is much
IrKimir than It had been b"reOfore
IA IMV selanbiftof le"etig dtivems 49
all mUaio stand the OWN 'sii.

ls"Ies to preoe" vot~pea.
TMe .mui"4a boy urnopu near
1t.. bRonabout 30mobe trom Now
Oleaain a a tet which has
been well searched wO.M~odhOVO0
Is the peatfew 4axi Whea so
dogs tiledto Isfofa ethubeya. thOr
40trw sweatha pfVMs muaue
COUlbealos t im-40 ~Aw, speetth,
whoAS watitiemtro Us aUse, I nSt.
be am and ROied timwos d~by
a I ambined be"p v~~a a

*krc who havebd .sarbI
ehar ~ ~ #-ru lt.mips mg
40fttwee k*% t I* w, be hu
Ut Ibe eamfeese. &gagut
"IWO th the avow".' esoI0
that &boat the tme oda, modsee
lag Is New Orlesap e= thman
week sgo, held thr-0m parpose 61

pricertlag ant tllarI~oh thehp
t0eseaw *o*eIs." Ount aab-
a4 peasalted Oa ow40 d -Wth
0 14. m.The W 4wt ai
b~glag to be tskakes me to gos
94uest, aid camplapleme.sand 0e
&e chidsand stangle,;A~ds to dqath

lAter t" at the kfampord. %
F IV blanket. sad. uWai Ibeeteag
*a with utdeth Iff 1.too*the
~5yltat the swayu.

Chaten, ~an *peW-41
40 state uWe tiemeat* W~mbl* WK~~.
as$Ieb ls h ht W I. U.1le. em
W,10be vvmweed4 jI byC. A.

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' Igua,8.bt- V, Judge IA.1f
%aPo apaader, the toeotloy takoos Aid
~bp rgumq to bo
*teW~th fo1W- trOr40 thp'Camse

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Ithe Own$ mwi born Aswls. e

fle debaried Tows.a

o.lc .W *eato eat
saW id v ai ihtUp 1I'
ia s be &ays bhl w*SIsomiau*, rmo.

L k 4mm*tis o pa tbypol .
lothees.waoya do t
.34t "ailgea. M
a trit ouftImvStWOW tioa ipoins;in
southwest' Toms, whers i Uays 1w
fouad maxy health seaken. who had
just entered the taeselngwth

Reyal powte dive..*Or**e.
Victoifrl,. 0., Juim S..--'Whe
a batteryof toli dgunsred aroal W
sAit. of twenoty-onm EIn rim"s Pa.
6mbpSu, who ranks- ait t o the sowe
roe' at the Ja seDota l.&"IVA
here luaday night eR besid the PriM.
am VIetIla. HneweeS W0
Siva anad vptirnel wpeSuw w
a polof Iliim tamits ad
hatls sat the iatec sut.
The atft Is p t y dsraW ied
-ponte bUildp f mhiiat&Q.In, baser
of the Jaanese pr soM Is the]
guest iat(lOTWIRaoN Duammmlr.O'
Teaw eswill stamt jape as
heard themustkob ulr Mmoa.
coem Set.. 905 Sweouer
Now 'retkl: 2us W.Oeard
oftret'Dam of"*by e*ew-To*

55 Osfrrat "s ", b" S the

ww" sw taimm" r No
Alei Otipty Iat ese
aVe" bee. trASuPerted 50 the dma

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Fwe.ah" e pWftilinh shperl
0114 100"w4r1S tiepar
VMS, n-ww" MA iwIafttwo vst
tIs wwwwed "- OQ0W~ill beafa ir d
:Aim Ot ow &deuster.

WM 00,eLee'geiVessel.
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~Pter,;l T i Dashes Into
ea" fVork Train.


td' ll. Wa. Sucking IntoHart.
ge.fW4 .it Wh .Passenger Train
u. li|N''f r' t It-R-seponlibility for
S Sot Given.
I, J--e u:. ,t
*6Htt t. Were lled and 3.) i.;,.,
when a r traln on tn : ,.
.h NewYo:! :o.N,
Wf a d railroad ri,

r vt*1 a Pto th tlty from N. w H. .
t B-sa8d4y sigtht at the Si,,;::...y
:trt eroging,.of thir, IUjurcd t
lobably di di.
'.a- l '*,.e vttims within ..y
Lsiek e l'dead nd were le: ..
the rowers trtldd to extricat :,,
livlg. In Qae instance It took )i
b -our 0d a half to rescue one wvr:.-
min .who was penned bet'.ver \ t.
tracks. His head was hangi.g'.,va
b akiards and he suffered sev~te'.
bit the recues'encouraged aim .: e
4~otore rieaced between the tf:w;
work Which held him a pri-cne: s;!
treated poundss on his face a:d ie.!
There are three unofficial ver.i
of the caude of the wreck. o0;, id
thl" Pass'acnger from New B:!tjn
Oiet t on the wrong track. Tf:e
Lpo!nd I* that the work train haI ti:e
right of way until 7 o'clock and should
bave had a 1 lear track, and that the
psMeamer train wa& ahead of time at
that poVat. The third to that the
wqrk-tlraI opened a switch and failed
to eloWe it.
The eal ner of the work train
'idtlo h'le b"a the right o! way,
aid hl litatehehts are borne out by
orV1er as this train.

Maen hby ftueelan Government Paid
Him to Commit Murder.
New York, June 25.-The \\'ahrell
(T'l Truth), a YIddish newspaper
&aW the oWtan of the Russian revolu-
tielaats Ia this Oty, makes the sen-
s.tloal sensation which it back' up
with fee simile copies of what pur-
port to be cal letters, that the
Rtasia .gr rameat as represented y
crIta of ita allsters,. brought about
thoe *gWhr of Tankel Taharolsk, a
re(Itle r leader on a steamer be.
tiwqa mS iaA and Antwerp lag win-
tj and dUel eed the lies of tree
etherb5, P iwho occupied thi

*Ipaper doolared that the l'Ir-
dMOr wa= Audrey Vlctorov. a em
-piy of tk .lOvernment. He was
paid ,000 rotablee and received 0*
title of lWtie of honor" for h:i
work, the paper aya.
L ilas Miler, editor of tbe Wah-
toil, lasn ea that he Is ready to
&OW he a goM gis of the ,eter r d
tbeo.eMis, wb i he publishes,. bit
S 6ft dielose how be obtind

Taberala body was found in his
oet* a wte" the tea@mer on whic t
tAk "ta pa.ego reacbed Antwes
Troe gooMr oPinoms who sbare'i !h
*We. Ao a5W deUd. but af:er t0
"elint aW diappared .
Tbe baget eveloped tha, '*
had .bbe aphytated. Tae rv, :
ti t my this was acMop:i'S
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~h fe~~toa.addtherb* b titul littleboat .Is vevvj* rot______
f tldi of1t4e44r M Ali-~ U~p teNh
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Lg~br finyRae, P0" oo~brt te ~euMels~ .mu
fb~~cl Mae iclhbi Q~pq __od

hGMWln POW. Of Jill Henry MMO. A _if fnso. %GAINESVUIE Fl ORIDA
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aOW1l1e gwof 00be yokeelater- 6________________________w__mm_

~ Thsv.u~.U ~Dy~g Officer Sheefts Wqg'g.

gloa teWN.totem so g w ISIM ASwouads Twothaneqa~d aaS
...... ...... the rmultto 3 at 4 be.R, C ~ LE )(
'iIIPAeam 6.,twoon the oth Seo 4 o. k
"%7 Mawhnqaei slutesA wtTI.41I ~upadn IaNawb
INU. a-A R.,,=* ,i &W loiuny""ft"a
4, 0ao. hesr.of e(it z, ahu.as ~ ~fs
~hq bu Oad, at ttt "anqst f theWO.u. *

bee 4ntbR A" 416 ad t N~l ov-011. After V "(3.
W haftoew" 43ad limb mhis phtol

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the ha am.E th ey 0 f

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ArcerIs or g to .tnmbq0 HUFIIUUIA PIti4I Wl~lA '

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two will lbe"a bmi anin ~vi~~
Arche 0eet wastheate l s atoaw~easlni
to tbmik 4Tq TRg, ~I nIE 1. vase. o imrtis nF-131.

thosear who s besa1Saifl*S4' 'tb'4N bean twqr healthaantiohe. Ihie r.
fat ht heetutheuep day thendi f l~ ting Ovaur
gr oodnodw, Aoe W"** W" MW now t isire w4j tip. *and mbBR tam..Room with
Thsaddr es usee be swa p will0 is ansrpassed lWFlow" L rpit bot houtheen lrtotsItt- oros
Ouffitie t 41610th. m stt3. Ii11ttall tey wi al rlh
and ahisush 110et69
Th h ow u kedi ti e e1z). f wlasthredl"stag i nomlsev Vfb~dArUs atovw o a W rl
ofnothusistim. osof @ova*qoowted I41014Ia me&.TsR MAJN.auwotw;le ol. gleta$lytoowur4 th 04
itntirmuitmie~~~*w DOeegte 'Ofth %;md antIthSnAaulug OperISdayL3,11A)31D
an itantlethe ea o serZ 11114wl Mde

mane~~~~' wnranhr nly twobdoysCsan 1 SRIGS___PA
eat,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ bu htwsa i~nP ee tg te15teW~.Tit eeyto tem.U -

tm lok ow.he OUNN'00Vll A.-7 W fte V I**. & e? i B FR ST.NATIONAL
wale o d," he iN I mubfhafyltbs1l. Na di er s thenr to g.owe i
Thsumon" a mV eijust at UIebime tet hi4, i 1 le nf R- a t lat Viand they w ere all 1
Ittoof tk*t p 0 t oStbas
you~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~lr godnole h oih o eea hrc otr ru4 ~Ihp~aUol tghe Itebeat o
Congthatday.and "umlthbV, n amsDrw ootpmn' scaeSm11bolo e
but that the ve hie yeb
otBt4dA601 #1 '*II1MNAT~ AI'1dthi VwW0*I whya.tld etb oPlO
of thie ad-ond cntntasulnly aM"LSMJD
pien o rher mSad ba* Ovd4r MS hIpOninA qlms Delegates toerootus h ing CV bond
enethat ne be ftwill 1ap# $se ntl fna* th e t wome of terybond, V,
soummos a atim t iber, re wt h ereiAw- dothi a ood worl e o .sclaitoge.O tli 01and they mwW e g eiseW009o eh "Ifros 0PP114 o
day hein CattleLAeim and droveIn' aeIng blive
ahopored .thaAmerAnN L'h Wobd. doeA heP t f t iltoesMMhs lbo rUlos u Woa

bigon "qobsal eIng. 06at VVu at, d, we too. thnehsp mee imp
a -0r~ v_ __ __ Varyeex" f"4 0ter Now" M e" sey. 4 t. em e*il"e it-"41" 3LOANM5 3 -l
Spat, butJtat V M e t b = i od TV40no- h1
siulegaeetW"b v6tstae aotoe mlahafe Iat; do e porhi m b ~sag*pDe
sumone toAl Jut a th V L aes wlsth Ho e. %*Intr tnnvw f lt teed tir s t earn.ppb B d
of am Og roilA g"I wil b Katlamsw own, ifld.',p 5is" et bm "-"a ~eowf hilly 1 pes away THE Ha
clu Sedl," he aid. 't WT b4 S be MY eis aistho isskVillesham.. dieGft",soaN her____________
sCumm. onsWil o Jtatthtie th Wwgmw ao~oes of agedInfe.,atwant sue wW regd!ibe SO ~M
to Itiem for withem estima packeis y am ota t soinning. the mat~g blinO
bu wn o M 0 a- tdoa no% WotO bead ld t' hrpOW9a4. is heUIAI S*Wtoi *NITDrSATS D EPOITOY.
pilmy een iI".urww'a~~ viiowtapel b"4ew1~lndb cr- S
yo oo oollfe Uek4,d g Ig n erdioseta e itPatuepher~adhire.KIMI
This Chhe mt arlegsa11. fted a W.Wa1. ObM latem'10%14 onbit Aq e_____A
In yourt rmblse fto be 'I e Ok salor.up rryimt&adm everSh
brig ael"ld qum ba. and.____Bsoo_____ll
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atthe DO$r*.o i EJ6I
Sfna t nd a bate bw .a tB
awine rebellion
a4el *rance n llon ag1
Ukte faireral propoettlee.
gk from of the wdter, but to "

le. 'i' qsit this ection #e is a pber of the French Pure
lso oto abun dao.t .le prood an.d s a da made a special
...r.... ..e.w th O w ells study o t1 4m w lines for export to
o ,dX h _t bet"ing dr ied at to the UnW tea. His Inquiries have P
too" do, ;,-; "Aw at ieIy not been fy favorable to the Prench The vr
Pefrt;one da 'm4an 1 t & it # s %manutatpers, i ndicating that much r e

Ss been a tbe of dthe Mwof. in the Ftrenh i p Yo
...t o r a y .... .- ,. it i a airs t as 4tselosed by Dr. / which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave
tsauonon IMR to ec e# water Wiley's i -sti u t of theq sotch l qeer to o ra.

,y, ,of tS le bees tro woks gt oe whbske,, b!t the anDUfCturers were e a W of.oti
* *0 .S 4 hS_3w.a ea r., ow edto pat up anythi *n CtUhB eD tRI Tde3 OTases

U40wiiG' Of Wc exprtrodce
'Wisd, W tP.s th h a blq eq t s i he p, wanted allinD to the United I IIS A eaL
S*'irgllpon t ptewA th water. States. It would. appear that ea view Qn. a w
11AW00. it' affainW rs ft_. rs w fotrenot pd1s VSbtthhyelDfu wO ".l. delt lea
A. T i o to rsa] t "b t ang wat er Of theesI 4KIs.riaea Dr. W -/ley nwill fAtinsn me W
' a contrast e 1>rlMln hpDkeep a fo a7ty not prdve a te helpful witness for k- ....., m .S...od. Iistc I
d.e, w. This h causpesa, dstions ite ld, but at he imple i. mmaI 4man, to /b.
-. &ddNU, Wl15'y:.S UT S' tU < It, ,. . .. .. -- ..,hl-." I
I_ f___ipe,'__ Wwever, oa aooquat of te etoakin oay be tIcr do somethiag toward tTAK IT NaOW *
The peach crlt ^ t OP l th Aqesl ,tgso ~ wir a goad oda better d4 more honest footing. w* T U r
fruit has been Giu wlau ut preeset spply Of Itoghat be ood news to alA
proportion to llt. r cities of sli that there s a ait *.
Sbd the t a prospect railroad moke
Dispatches tra"s ,!;a$ derived & WMst s* ace i sbo Uhed. Turhe Gwoeoe B
tb t teN ortwept N othbods c l Survey has been on the problem -
MO laborers. Th to the t e Will hae .long ith its other fuel avt. Unit. dO.B10 N
a hint to some of our o oase it is one o twe mt mdera Ua ad found that rquette
voiwd the Northwet. Mof the edern aee. will be equipmade of t lack coal from the mins
Notwithtaadln pisistl U ill r .ittle attid, ad wi in a leto without smoke ard TO Jam A iE Tx o
mon It may be notethat the rb In t ,way a qod job, n really 'more steam than ordl
as just seor4ded ma retreM U, tsaktil Ca &* m .se lIa neqolrdaVoe nary coal. The reason that they have tfo V 11 I wsW l t
0w.o. ThIn out fto "is the <* with the contract; but it mut bde not been iaWr generally ued hereto

loom ., ,ns al, 60 V utat ,h_!
the laterest tall ce at aly rate. k. Ik leas of water a day of tweity margin of t oa making btquettee.
w four SesW to keep the pipe fluhed.W But since they farntsh a good smoke- * ** I ***** *
This story by uee etsto newi whereae we are now credited with lees fuel, there i a fair probability
taker about **tyi a supply of oderaly le tha that their e Ul be takes up bY .
dent Fafrbanks wild av real a that,"-abd tr stte pa-1pome omlyi the raroads within the lts of large A A
good deal more qrtegugiatlay It ard the fhe supply Ialls short of ties and thus a large part of the j ||I UVOOl huh JaW
the writer Iuted tle a the deimaad. city smoke 0nWsance wll be done
main with a homb, ha provided It has bee said, and It Ie natural to awT with. ~
him with a hot stove or aa Ice p tog. osuppoee, that t ois great sewerage sys- ..
S lbrs te$ Aft be t teG ad to its *11 It is aanaoed that there will be a PO1 all OVer Florida: A( te AatrUo OX
The cantaloupe m aIes will soon 'ores atreatr eeinan 1a0Maer iht if coencla ow erotestlag 'Pa'le P der" for 1& h d0i1 t0 (be Jo
be at a cloea, the Mo Impressive is gt at far am. It l re "p freedom of the city of Dubto on dl trt eh wn With
tdication beg that thies oioagruIt qiRres a whole lot of water to test Riebr l Oer. TAe eity of Dublin buBsff
i now betia pedtti6s 1 as tP11 ires the ly1teg as latitol be tested, and aeS be careful If the old smeanil
st cet each. The uoweo have o as mattsis now stow d t wNouj look n aywimsh, he snay oran the e
drontght as the t h bee eod bo h to shut o0 I wf every enaycl.ckeT he ale y from April eth to O
and the prices enmeoqralgr earner sa "backh up- to a week isa low fte .
*hasorde t9 a alate the Succeeary ^ ha they ha
Why cannot GabesurIle |rpasa ppl do .e. Coftch excurtiohs at iery low ratet
a baseball tesam? TWhere is pesty of It is t be hoped that the City
material here, ahd with e tae of Counc Wileu provide ;or saoie adequate w For further 108 ye uOsteDTdt
the old Oak Halls, which for year tMater pply be Irfore a rat wileS a: oWA m as*te aiiig
held the champeSahip of al umorNd, it Sa Aoregone CeaWelaloqi that there inek pe .
it is a shame to let a sister clwes will be so se sM taallone the sewer to e A a f prbbl
ou.tdou.s In the *of tf-e lom0al sy nLtp iFrRANtaK Ct heYsWLSTOps
same. Let uas rwe*asi sad how atRd. _ Ri
our neighborbw Km hoow to play ball, as
1we did i "thae g otdo aneP. there a t Wegratlo 1e as
The preseac' b of iagtat wt &sor a's oArwe aWes0

Teon of social wgillsafih whii Wonf do Weit o any ity. E.HC..n 1 1 1 at C
*t ?' j -roie enlight Mieqci ThI eanta rahdmn tdtd.hat 3 yl*in g.
Gaian0ville ila det Maty With the behag anh n i s to *oaIther tr- X _T_ _i_ I l w
educatlona t and tl 0 0"ow st leo fd. t awt of w aur on lty a gaeld far4 Bwass, saie Bt a Mbln
ate* 0o be onai d to tw eta.ag fed pog P e 1 C evLU[ to a B VAYAB, LUMb4L, OAMDB
it 8 no wondei tget thIs in~uguailty modern oWw4 a41 as1y 0 anp d dm. TtI"
in the moral a.Te 7 it Ptledid Ts hesre owa tA ho o a 0
1he$utatiw= alone .. a RESAatn EW
delansectitonA" g-s the legauf tA having 9 _____o1__I
btAe class of -e e r ix months of S.

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It a to be W MH1. *WwleoMsoulee*ndaI to t*ll wihat .-
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IN' w ,orkld
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Wtvre~ ateuvlWAYs Of intot
eqeV(bIfgrOat M".U
Icutountry in the aaw
redlug at least eV"W' l
Sin storm~y weather at am
rsId' The style 0ot;-
ch Ig supplied for uloh'
*at known to mnakvnrs.,
-wcigeltrD" barme~t~lr.
*gltube aboat '0
me in lengh endaboM
Lfly o@wbo has an 9

king within a htlI
but i It iinot spka1~
wdlnMaryad ns3b
This alil ardmamW
doiln the tub&~'~
wendmuWa to fthe4104
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at only tpm, Of them-'
ieed ~ ~ n Kmr4-bi*_the 'Ink
d6 Aasyou WWit in a;
$We they V~AO.10fe. It
fruqiut **pfteece to
litiw wI k stillbh d 6 mo w- m i.
. ..at O '1 3 A .U..l eaV* IS O3P4 to our
'JA mpelag thornrubbe"
'11evt whether be bo a Orofme
.., 0 Ir &"ear ecliector.. cu tell at
*~amthsl.a. print bas 0*4 another
~ep~l~"rancmIt.. fort. his a&teue
a the tefltalf MA of the

'TbM Is wby wo keer 3 o u
ttwustbelieMOO *( eqjaiaebl
eoW. It ee~mv W9 4a
~ #lu 3u~tsuch tvls
Obrtb sale Of a rlI
.t."st !4!;

**~, U04t M IL Zto":l* bi1

~ag ld ~aebtoq

~ ~ ~ W to f th ~mbled wi* mawaauu
~ meaA. *MGM&

ends arIe IseSph ,S O- tur V. M. w ms
cidentilt ma it 1- -
back as the yeWr 1ab b SffaOe the Days of Snvolaes.
SpenedlmaCur,M witfhe dt r Anci t specimens of lotteft aM
ward, and ometa l n a hlown la the lot f eum -at Vienna.
It ts quite foll. T*e.in One dated 138M6. It co atel of a
over, the ope ilg 5 e large sheet of ribbed white paper fold
ever, and ftar .s6 B W ed In three. A band of pepor wad
is Immersed la 4 -|o. jast round the outside and through
nd the ar l & a es itm In a.e edge, benlag then tas
The m resty. th- i atl A tWmed with eott was. A smaul piece
distance la *te ~ le-I t of, thMi paper was laid on th wax
at the top which *nd tt seal premed on the paper, sot
mmpletely devo of *. roen the wax. A somewhat
Which tmhe a,_p-f- ai r fmangament totfd o a lt*-
surface of the UW r"1t Wof the e rn 1446, wMhh was writ
Smaintains thee t"00h11 b ~a town cooelor of 'Ma ich
s any variations In air to thdo broma*ter of Rastabobrs,
be accompanied ii. a W, ,Oad M ( Tye*., to order to ,btaln Itofota-
riMe or fall of the ..l60 3-t~ ad conera-ig a man acewse of b4
itr of@n ay. In the sixteenth century Pespl
tern mt. th the Tyrol and kavarla and bands
lilst dimensions peo4b e t h 4'" oC vel no or cords, faest6ed witt wa.
nt would bo tellm.n the later am m separate round and oblong
ne barometer It eo* I*-4"1 wafeis. The use of the entircling
t one and oe-ha- lush to bnd continued In Austria generally to
ter. The nece a rf H8 1710, or thereabout, and protaMly
isternu ca uet, nmbd the laat century among can.
tch. howe i. do ug att OWN... ative people. The tnrt envepe
Sthe effelrcucy of thWe_"h .0sCt M of the wmodderu tpo in thso cetioot
eatber lass, and iI o beWim in tbe year 1715.
are designed for .... w t r
the diMeculty t ohIs ire l
lzenious device Wbth b Ia te 13 ThW ArF PeW
to describe hle", IgSL" w'O kaWo how t1 AtO ftU
t should be noted Otl y f OiioIYt mt i delt.
In the coated f 6r to a -M tht @313
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Kid ls tabe an d" measy4amw l s
Ori a (iU*l iin a 11 'i to-diep00
1or paee a sho toas -thetoof2ak t the am .1
nd to show ntea S of 4e packet adds that this
189 'Inches s steratly e d a lpe taet
fbi a "Anchf -e p the of tartoaf th te asW n
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Ha ,rppened t a
Told Ill
hat *He Who AImI;,
sun. If
Wepe for slo %.f
Clin carn s H

leao typewriter t
l faea for s t
I per hundtd.
bed room to te t. s
Pleasant strt.L
SSanches has goa to peawel
Brief buasie W aa O
.rawford of DthAi. A i lain
on a visit to retf it.
th best printed a y at
Spro all at h, gs M.
SClyde L. Cartr lt
th Florlda on proeoiloal.

Venable of ANMv wP
ting buhsie l I

Bnbhamt hasi W 0 a b*
tip to Orange Ih iw l
tew days.
bst typewrter rIbt l H thei
for male at this o"l* l at 76
each. Guarantee
Eddy and tetiml of Ofu e
were here yefterry, W ii *
Sat the Brown Hodue. ;
A. T.. Kelley baA mtarta to;
home at Rochele, after a peso -
timt to relatives in t l.t h,
r Thomas Mcetoi a I Pgileat
of Newberry, was4 a1Og thio
Ipent Monday In Oa1WrYiltS.
Dora Mott has retUaial h n
h, where she hia 6" o
to her sister, Mrs. J.VW. Lqw-

ea L Winter, ma e arpeatew
SBeaboard Air Lt with head
ers In Waldo, wa t the city
SR B. Weeks of awthor
man of the school bqrd. wo
9 tOose who spent estrdejy la
ha Burnett of Hague, who now
8 a portion as baggagemaster on
Atlantic Coast URLn, Vva lh the

brdsa% for
Bcailt-d to

Prans Clark lft
Jacksovfllp, hant
that city on poste-

er nothing nicer tohave in
lard,'r than at afw '4W i A O
&I Mmo1, jupt the t gfor ulp
Ietd company. ~
fr Simmons ika, *.
() f IlonOcha WOM -4 NA
Sh~to 'Pent etr7i h
Dtv caji-tal trading.
11g. ince.has E'etgraed f&M
'' w h cre he 4b"SUM
jMtia- t.-'A weks. Mr. Pihesisa
*f'!.r t~f eccepitioable hl-
m- (Due pWairtf
ful' ad hams"n; ~p
trr '1ois P tar w
10~ht J. a. b Asd

Mar 1,l4rijW, a Ss
Ll :,i ,! JacksoaW Wj h
oia brief but p~aftV
M~-&arparet B. ai'is 5
r--urne4 to hem ift

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W p pv s U s a te visit

Wkan d 00"f yen -of

tgnfltg in te*h ^ty.
r V. Bsanch- aas returned
Dranesm, where hp went M6.
ap roetsalonal buusinem.
la mthe s of aTacom nd Miss

atqC Houston, Tex., asre a the
e, .rrstp oWtMic s ae oBaknigt.
| :'Coarey, the Clever trav* l4 *

, Savannah, is in the city.
lByers Dotugas has returned from
Miami, Key West and other points,
were he has.been for the past oew

]ord Newberger of Savannah, one
f the Best known traveling men on
heiroad, is tegistered at the Brown
H. M. Chitty has returned from
Mi teopy, where he has bhe on at
Vlit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. |B.
C Chitty.
Mrs. S. J. Thomas and her interest-

las little o, Mark. Fraser, are w-
oedperttins or a few days at-Worth*
*nSton Springs.
U. M. McCormick, manager of the
Western Union telegraph "office, has
returned from a brief sojourn at
Wortlington Springs.
Captain L. S. Barker of the*Tamua
anad Jacksonville railroad is In Oeala,
having been summoned as a witness
before the circuit court.
Argo Red Salmon can be prepared
In nearly a hundred different ways.
It is one of the most nutritious and
healthful toods sold. At all grocery'.
John Kite of Hague, one of the old-
est -realdents of that section and a
Confederate veteran, was among the
flatokrs to the county capital yester-
JA. Feagle of Monteocha, one
of the most widely known mad most
sucoesstul farmers r that section,
was visitnig relatives and trading in
tei city yesterday.
J. Taylor Beard, formerly with the
Seaboard Air Line office in this city
but now'aeoat of the Atlantic Coast
Line at Taron Sprigs, after a brief
vlsit timrlends here, has returned to
his duties.
Mrs. George Beck and children, and
Mrs. Hunsicker,. foritmerly of Rooky
Point but now residing at Center Hill,
heae returned to their home, after a
pleasant visit to Mrs. Mattle Brown,
In ~eis city.
Albert N. Eddins of New York, rep-
resenting the Robert Graves Company,
wall ppera, will be Ino OGainesville
about the 28th ust. with a tall ae"
of wall papers. Anyone desoring Bsal
stdiphose 14-3.
MKsa Jlis Doke, daughter of Hoa.
mad Mrs. T. A. Doke of Santa Fe, has
arrived In the city, and will attend
the swmanr normaL While here she
will be the guest of Mr. and Mas.
. 1L Watawright.
Robert tord of Micanopy returned
to Ms beune Monday. after spending.
a couple of days with friends here.
Mr. .or tis regarded as one of the
'MMtt 0mpetemt Judges of horse
sesh I. the State.
the gular monthly meeting ofa
the ladilee Mslmonary Soeiety of the
kyt Presbyterian crcb will be held
at the hoa of'Mr. Tho. P. Hay at
4 dock this afternoon. at which a
AU-Uttnanoe to desired.
J. D. WUusms ad W. T. Z trouar
haves to aamaple, where they
OR ** l la ey bick oathe- new

se bee Wt sulMlis ia that ecuom

'1io A --- wbe
amft awa he u tad a lem w r
o g w Ser i them an ordinary
e-muet rot. t O- hfoving BueO
to aveOd ml an esperiene.
| be.a. p.s.l. e.st m e.. *-

a&-. P. o ams daughter. MiJ
lu- s Mmg for Alas h aed
Ue ,tage whee they es
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We bave Just roeived a
nice shipment of choice
pattern Pre strictly

Iron Beds

Ae mush cooler in -the
Summuir than wood onm
We haTe a magnificent
line mad bow is a good
time to p hlase.

Shoes Shoes

Our Soe Department
ooitalls ome good thip
for Me, Women and
ChildiwI. Try as for
your nas pair. We uall
so tht wear
Tradwth us a" to
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."Ay'and Aa tloe

R. s, HalL"_t thaer

t o axmwer o
Argo Red Th eAo by The

artist Salmon. ar, the
orld. oTheyo. st o O 0 one
oaus a year. AX.l oo obi
Drop'a postalhe t Tbh Alaalo

trity. A.t you
tuAro" aned to hs Afo M edi r.

tirlas Balmo. '
. oak. eo. K. o f Oi pi aln one
de thent Brick Ct I ti dtst ains,
aNed through lte y oday
a route from or a tl h oMr.ld hob
Jo Is a brothl ona tho late Wale,
. Robinsout d f 't ll knowha mIn
this city.his of whom
dr. EL H. Pouai. a Gaineville boy
who has enJoye rkable auoea

hsd mother, Mri.. L. Po and, re
turned to his Monday. Dr.
Posuer numeroi n here w swell.
glared to see him, ladd fortill the
larn that Northe i a ae praM -

tione of teuet d meat
Jak Day of ether. prnt t, one of
the eonle. Tem 0 of the carpenter
department of tU4 A~tic Coast ine,.
pwWed through tU OWy yesterday on
jortrd from Palafth RWe old hoa,
wn here he hast m4U stlag trionds.
Jack ,4 not on, at 'good mechane,
but a good fellow d haa many
rftends in this ae0 of whom
had the opportunv ty oIilt ing hands
with Ua Ms a te AeWN.
Jast ReeWlved-U8 .0Oe nice mid.
saalma millllD7.$ethK *well.
I wired an order a I tago for the
late, ahd receio *I Opres dreat
from the Northae *tarkets MondayI
one of the"n e"t CO Wheat p4Doatei
Usne ever seen-t WrMa& tr In. ad*
vance of others. "t thtal ti
hat, ribbon@, o" r "m ianees and
altiffos. Theo$ c- ,e aor baln I
sbown now. bw W cwey andC
Theraty will -W" , line fa htse
tn the kdtest m $tyle. Theo
ladles are * pr1tied to this
display. Mrs, P. ^. Moomtb." 4


Sfs%. Advertlement of Sunday
' Sought Bight Refrlgerator Sales.
ot may say what you please, but
The fnt's the thing when It comes
to reIAts," declared J. K. Abrams,
tmanaar of the Gsaeaville Furniture
Cao any, Moday, who declared that
rve the result of his ad In The Bun
Of Sunday ,e old eight refrigerators.
Mr. Abra., as well as the manage
met at The Sau. s- wea 1 j1teaed.over
the result of this ad., which to the
beut etidoeoe that the kind of ad
vertuiag Mr. Abrams writes placed
tn the spier medium will certainly
b-4 resaks.

A lMruMiy Party.
Mr. apd Mrs. Geo K. Landets
tendered a birthday party on Monday
afteruanm to Master Oeor e Land
their son, who was elebratings
sveuith bWOaW.
There wan itlte a crowd of
oung froeda of Master Georo
OT d ,t Mternoon waas pas
to a most pbleMng and enjoyabi
Dellc osM r tr* hents were serve
comprilq to e raeas and cake, and
naturally the' JblMr were delighted.

Mrs. V. J. 'Aloi, formerly of
this city but now of Manlstee, Ala.,
waa tn th citty tor a few hours yes.
terday. She was .n roate from MI .
avopy, whore she had been to it-
tend the funeral of Mis Simonton,
who died in Manistee Iriday.
POUATH 0 JULV-Saboard Air
Line ralway willalU tlkts at rate
of one sad oe4ald straight fares
for the round trip btwet all poiat
ritV a ahM e "s cf e w e0Mb.
Ticket os ale Jly Snd ad
4th, ea l returit ao or hR y hai
gg, I

M. H. DeLand of WuUlt eash er
of the Bank of Wltotl and onee of
the rising young se of that
mwa m the ity for a fetow hours ye
terday. Mr. DeLeoId Is oe of dhe
most oa"eraTve youa budnei
Mg0 in the ptate, and hee o isa Usat
ft"ture bor hma.
C. W. Poeir left yesterday for the
Jameton IpoMton, whe. te en-
peOs to remait for the next two or
three we.k Mr. Poster Ihas mt Dmet
the country tor the past thhrty4ow'
yess, so amay see a chang In the
mnner a0 modN of "doing thu
iB other aeeooas nOw, epeially bha

Wu L Davto, an esteasve TI
aN4 trturt of the Boankstom alo
w s tas e Wlv y today. Mr. $Ob
bought a yaet or two age a
state In the Benmai Ston oeteqo, Seo
whisk Umo he has rcslded tem.I t
Oewas of the handsomest sad g
tortile state ton Alabeus oeia,
a h frienoods will beN glad to r
that he Is prospeulg.
The Cao-outed RNaMy e ta .
proprest Ompany inaa kit
play of the maallest ug" to
be gtieo away at heo mr A*ml,
eal. of lots in Colnl.g sM'' -
Teday. the S d day of AM r h
display to beI g sadme
bow witdow of Th OGm W. E

givos away aheokAly Ow 0I1 wy
|persa who attusms thw dto be he
giTes an equal a >|uil000 -s 4A'r
theopreset&. The Waof' fit daty
fars cordlally Invitd to IW t hese
'handsoMne presMlst.

A Qr POW sm W ob O awite.
adW. Mim Maow. won owS. uty
from lAke utiler ysui' n
?lbesons.a fraueMt vdi1l.Pw
ft Gae ot the mast esum"Was well
6as mne o0(t00 n" W400930. edwor
1n the S&A$@. balin at84esst Ms.O
dedMWwith The Ldo Poeler llm
no isa fw m so of vs"d
eriinlbobear. as bb u*

bo i o1db mw

iMahinery &ad
lsoo line car.
b*eral torms


Ihe ConU'in

(Next to Postomee )

Beginning April lot we will pus
our Summer rate of $4 per wotk-.w
wools-and $4 trsdiag tickets. Striebe
lg Iarst-lase in every respect. Twoe
lvge 0lsotrlo fans, Insuring comfort.


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