Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01349
 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: July 7, 1906
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: VID01349
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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.I I Ri Fwtig mid olP. p o p
UM of Nely Yifty T*.

Ph" teltn Woef Summeea at U
S Remew*dt Odd aC Pewis' Smlb.
S n, Who m kit ,~,rd en"

F.* 0ol % .. a I
det VeWaltnhy Uperas" 4 M& g
Ste aiM oexpedesee atd -
-doet rilday moral gtOW., eOtmr6
*safmute, aMnd his tI ase M os
es tShe deor of smle danger t f
he had had thUe MI o lMs4awt be
could have hearl dihe blges
eeggM s toa member of eom
samg, who are me se Ain to pIl
Oh tilig on the roof of e of the big
hreM*etort doerlltie*.. I *aw
maaaer he le os hfetost ad i d,
over the *ee@ to the g di, 4 d4-5
tanoc of between fortusy nd ho lv
feet. This seeidems oesaroed ia nhe
presease of a number of
who were engaged wishlll a lhe Job,
but who wore ase-.erieke, ad werw
powerless to ausles him.
Sorogglas fortestely fell oler,.

striking the proed is a piles of
about forty-flv degrefl, *whlek wa
the only thing thai aved his life, as
hist oek would Oeataly heb s ban
broken had he ostrok heein s-ead.
firs. His friend rtued oemedlly
to his asistasn(e, so tocud t It 1lga
upon the ground lsa ajsuW M
condition. Soupe a ateedsot lSciha
eon as one* summed Dr. F. .Mn
Kinesry. who had she *enfsiftes
man removed to the Odd elloewe
Saitnarium. Bere. sislted i9 Dr. J.
Harrison Hodges. was adtlmeed
tbe n ree*sear aiteae"e
The fall resultd it la WIe Itaeralwis.
causing hemorrhap of lthe ne and
ears, but a elose- salaatles by the
phylelans developed ihe fIs shltsi et
iojorie, while they will prove pefell,
Sre not UsmNeseimsy of a seere nwaer.
After regala teasini soasones s e
sin bore up well, steally fJkAg to
totsea e bShl. He will e laspi
t,%ed forseverl day. beo *no ri.
requllt a an istoilpAed.
The Oloriue Pregis l y

Melroe. July mqbrefas did her,
I. If proud ,jelaep istlh le M
Slon of she nislotM bsi 3i-0
sed early the ebisuls hlm a tl iga
v"te their heoe in ed cits a OW M
and duril tu day mielld the pl l
wore *emll la is tAeir h& w 4et
soahole. TheW ph e = I t
omiWes for the ewosm sw .

Bad a poset deoa M I*p k"
or0e nmd speao44 ha-m
The lfewu sel0gh eb q


emu a"OWNS

wewr*esidered by a fine quartet. the
organil Isb Mng es P. Orames. A
met pleaPine sight was the "Welviug
of the Flag." eeoeused by twelve pret*
ty little girls. It was very well done
*ad deserves great aeredit. During bhe
Iterval of the ferviets. oil of the
smI boasllfal dinners veor served in
elhof was enjoyed by alt. fee old
emeniade was served fre so t ll eomeor
daring the day.
AmoIg The ilcidents not on the pro.
g"O macone of meekh iterest to (the
trme premt. Some months *age
Mr. 0. P. Hagman reod-ed from
Pra t a few melon seeds, whlsh he
plsMAd,aayd yesterday not only showed
ihe GedleiSn shre fine xamples. but
aflped them *testt around and prom.
bed 6 dilrlbuot seed, liatr to all lap

Abl lWs see hundred propl, from far
and near wer present. and all were
snmlal es ina saying how much they
khd enjoyed' she day. The weather
Ilfrk was ersIlly lood to Melmroe, as
she daily eMew dida's rive until
late In se aftemrae.
Aboet p ma a very Ins display ef
flsore wee M ef, followed by a
d s tWes leme i Hoe lea a

ot mat ss hoto"WW
6T brewing eas they eemplmhed
ShebPrb P eo 0es..

NM U M. Kln left eday by ibr
Maty lem it el ULo fe he seal

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Whg 1EvrOona

H. L Montumery and J. H. Aileon
of Viosnopy were visitors to this eliy
yI eller4r.
Mirs. (Ch*,. Carter .f ,' Poters
burg ritaraed to her home ) s lrday,
after a brief but pleaset rviit to her
sister, MiN J. Fleldher Hill. In this

Mis aessf Tooklet. who has bees
elagpeda tea blag i to he Baetord
Hlhk Ishol, Sanford, has returned to
her hom here. She expects to rt ers
to Sfasted at the opennlg of the fall
ster of eahool Ia September.
W. B. Holder. fomerily a *iserehal
of this eily, but ow residla ast Oit.
roelle,. whets he is atsoeiated With
his brother. James Holder, to the
manufacture of Naval store. pared
tbroueh tow yfterday em route home
from WortshiatoQ Spriap. where he
has been r uperalin.l
Among the visitors to The Son oafle
yesterday was A. 0. l Iynolds.divisl(s
sueorliultedel of the Wrounght roa
Rangep Cmpany. St Louis. who is
making aUlanesille I is headqiarerse
fir this territory. Ntr Kiyisolds. who
hes the management of what i4 termed
a looko" of e**ht me,. is Work kil the
territney throughout Alachiit and
other eountle He imilt n ladrrtis.
ing oostreat with T',he Sun, antl will
tell our reader. a few of the aldven
lage of the Hone ('t mfort range.
The Company he is rep roeenling is oti
of the oldest in the country. and ItI*
large in the world having a daily
espally of five hundred range. Their
ralgeb het buoos awarded a numtwr
of be ons and gold and silver medal,
principal among hel was the grand
rise banner is the I. 'isiiainst lrolhias
positole, being tlie on:y raidd
prise awarded to ra"l1 saanufaeturers.
Mr. Reynolds is pt .**esd of a mount
enteriallg nat ure, itid his eail was
alprelaited from a soi ,il as well as a
business standpoint
Picnil at Orp. Spring.
Among tlhe numoelis |ienies whieh
were givepon the Fiurth of Joly.
oue *were more e**jyehl. than that
old at Orange BproiKs. near Hlaw.
Orange Springs is fvyreld hlI a most
desirable aid romallio leatsion The
springs, whlch ar ,noted for their seo.
rativpowere.seareRl4n by *I"*.
ly oaks. m gnolias 4 other shade
rsel", aiea s oa lighlsfl opeS

Up skiso -* $ioe Ipwa msae lerge
atledaese rowm amyb loun of beth
Alehees* d PVeaem novelies. so the
rsen is e6r he mouasy lie". A big
dinner o eas d. ad site day wa
l1d 8a sialetie asmdl, deselns and
l I. I as aN * e M e long to
be rumsmteqsi by these present.


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doerb Mayet H. ian Noo.sk and the
I. peamn prepared for ihe day wae
m ea eajoyed. Where all are guid it
It hard o mention' individuals, ir.d
tus was the ease on this oeeeiom.
The speaken were Rev. W. A. Ju.
lian, W. x Biker. C W. BMdwiln,
Rev. Moseley. Rev. Sietrunk and Mr'.
Pasttero, while reciiatinns were
ioe by the Misso Eva Prie0s, K
NMiell, M. MeMillan. T Yearwnod and
0s11i Baldwil. several patrioti'Sleoul


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Ike hMdhad I"sbeslm694 -"*M Mh
couldbscshaesug W --M"1016h
@eeggm 46 IMMasec ft=eb
Wam, who an now Sagamiis mI
S he ailing athn Ike reedof asofh0eof
SMas"Or, he lS hh I
over the eavessto she SS~ 9l
U sae* of between forty ad-~ c
teret. This asoeideus ceemi b l
presesse, of a umubew'of e p l
who were *up@"edwith his = bbs Jo60
but who were av*0emalkes.,ad Wet
Powerless. asimmhMe.
scroggIe aforterNselyfell sdes?
striking the Ocesad Is a PMeltliOfc
about fosgtye "deguse.whitel as O
the only thing a"mowedhi. life. *M
his neck Would eerai*slell he1 bees
broilen hadhesemeltrcok sbs-cu 669&
fires. His f ,lioM 90d IMdOMMy
to his asslasane, N fss as dhmW"s
uponthe ~5posedao..ssu~s
doindifian. Smpelsainui Mmhrd
eon as ouse. suMMeod Dr. 2 MF. m
Kinstry, who hI%*she sleetsaft
moo removed to the Old VWreno
Sanitarium. RBor. saed""61 be. 5.
Harrm HonHdges., weeso dvieleecd
She .e~eusw'fy ssess iou
The fall reseilsed In laseteal luaj ste
sear., bassaloce esambuotles by this
physilemaaedeveloW %M too hehas the
Injuriees,while sho" win Proee pssfoL,
6 to not be@=*@* if as ersie wonkt.
After regas elaguselosssm eft eing
x imeboreop well. sucefsti low" to
t!anMeat Ms.hm, eOwillbe Inssal.
s ated the soceMidep. W4 meseoove.
retuilte anc salllcpaae.

The Gleiie.'Ieem PusgleOG 01P

Meiroee. July M- am bid ell.
bie If Pro"d 14 i w;15 ni
Sion of ahe s66smsIb~l6' ~
asid early she otessle 6Rb 0 46W
rate &belt homesMd dew. uSoft
itad d ariags Ondo mSM of of,
worn small 60 Is 0AW MahWo6
tsok~m oe The ON OWu b S
00Ousltc teLb aWNaU
"1181 e Oe sdW 00how Gameag 0
shadstesme Usam
Bad a p e5lsp JNm S
Grs d-S. u a
The 1111011 s ~s d

deebpMuiw .uIw orn No avskm
Ow picasm prepared for she 014
-' *enjoyed. Whro eall ome. gU
.Ism Neds mesou lmordividealf
dlm was *0hease. on this oemialo
Useeommhses were Rev. W. A
I%*. W. a Ether. C0 W, B41
now. Mos~eley Rev. sietrunk and
Panem.. silo rocitatince
ovenbI the 1141"" 814 Pries
Ileeoll, IU. NMlilime.?TVeamwo
0bile Baldwin. several patriotic
Uvcwrosdp'red by a Not. quartet
Opaoles hess MtmissP. (uremei
mmost*"Ion pigsihews wn.the "We
of the Flh%" executed by twelve
q~ little glue. It wase vry well
as# deserves great credit. Dal~ua
Ss~teecdof the Sego".vone ,ofi
Smea bomaslltl dimmers ever serve
Wokien nenweejoyed b h. aleeI.
eomceede was served free to all so
defieusthe day.
. aw"egOWhe eldenus not on i1ho
VON on fes.of mueh later"& 14
ksem. present. Bestmontho
up. 0. P. Noels* r'oel'ed
Fraom a few mielom seedo. *hit
plmsad,iiad yesterday not anly II ,
$he sedlesesshrte ofne asmplim
Googmd shpli ssets, around and p
bed0 dstlbate See& latvr to &
Abesi "e hundred people from
"Ad ~ were prunees. and all
amagaluecInS aying how miagh
NAhad ou"qdSke day. The wei
sleek v uas a0alg gsod to meira
gme "ait eksb~ did's wive
N Isthe aetsevs e
Abomi Ip U.s 8eMy IVA d IMPt
Iu"eyewas ae s s0. Followed
Miema Hoes..

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IK. L Muoegomey and J. M. Altes
S of Mienopy were visitor to this city
yetewlr V.
M oe. Oth. it Carter Jf s- Peters
I *hew a brief bet pleasant visit to her
S1 tler. Mi r lJ.Fe er HillI. Ithis
WIl Xrate Tokies., who hasw bka me s
Ptage d in teacig ino % ble odIIIoM .
righ Awbc l, baltow. hb nnlermed -tom
Sherr hbes here. e esxp*os t Frets
lo ~ 4u 1 hlr opimlvl of the tll W ~ L. 0 1g
f rm i sMkoel m leptoemAr. r d
W. B. Meddr. former rly a serehr t
o f Uhie oily. b ot ow reeldis as Ci.
S roelle. whose h e o mesociated lth
his beshet.r Jwa Holder. sthe WA I
I-m tmoeuotuee of evml norm, p. ed
4 she trori er yesIeday re oue n home dof I a bwom a
Swea frMe l oeshimsl o lprimpa where he Wll DINS "a
xod it ha bee roosupttal. h Iinit OpM r-
* *l* AAmona he l vterlto to The Sun oN S Ib.snt
* yesterday was A. 0. l yroMs.divisins < -1 .N =._ w SWft Iiml E
o* s eaerialehdent of the Wrongh t wro.TisT
do*n, Rage Compeay. 8t l.ouri. who is i i
Nr* making OUtieo ille I he ad iaresore s*
'e* fir thie terfloty. ItIr Keyoolds. who T Cts TI N
io. K hios the managemeas of what iS termed
. and a "block"ofiht mer,..ohrking tNUIN CAST O R IA
seOP territory throughout Alachua and C.W
** othe ter eouutlo. He m10a"d. atn ladverlu n
. A Ing cootre s with The Sfun. and will
eviUg tell our readers a f ew of Ihe adtvan
pret* 4orM of the Hoftsi tlmfort range.
done The emotpsay he Is repr.elasllBg i oa
g &be of the oldet in, the country. and the
t te* atrges t o he world having a daily
d is apl otf ice hundred rage. Their Th Y
sold mraweae bees awarded a number 11
mnee of bmesesi and gold and silver medal,
principalamal s el wa the Ilnd |In U heFor Ovar
I P'0 pels. bemEor llsthe I. niiansa Purchad 1 sse
0 dt aposilites being the u ny, tra nd
S** prise awarded to resBp manufacturers.
i en eimrololma 0 atur. e,imd his *all p ddwasg
owed *pprela4ed from a so -Il as well as a Ie. 4 Gsasa. Prmoldes1 N. .
o* bitl bosienee ssadponlni 0e. W m. Vie*-Pmreedes La asG Aua
Prom. '
I *P- Ppn*e .at Orer P oorin .III IN
Among the naum s ieloanles which r
ta vot wrn gSic.m the olurth of JIly,
S soe *were move eojoyable than that OZ GA.OES'oZ
1 hebold at Orage Spriing*. a*near Haw.
***e Ousegll Spring is favored b ao most
untti desotlble aed Wone tl6tein"ion The O itA
prine, whbihaN usoled for their su. 6urpIu and UudividedPr oite III

erftlve o wee, s 04odl p byost".*
meo, mkls ca lighlelll spot spsemes .ess I
rS the *1 -a4i. <-e Au siermes
. upon. iis*so *$ I as i wt a lrg.e
'n a atoteaese fron tssybeIte of h -
e Alpesi M d Ptas eatlie. asho the
diase wee ewd.d she day am

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5 a. Ie easeenbs long to I

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aI.a1V ............... Cy aMISM.
P.M. PIMWITT..... upt C o"etle uoa@.
0oPyxC: PORTEX 3.McR.
f V. Main Street, L. TasisosUON 44
Te DAxLt IHN. pMiebed every malug O
itMd N ay, delivered by carrier Is thecity. or
foris yesr; $. Amouths.: .*s tbree
th: 61. Ma ents t*'* ar wwekfrtrily "is

PAndled to a)ss baet tCoeman so enali.
Ard ie a.serto. *ad a Cst for each dditionl
tea for display advertaing made knowa o0

The Irdwl S wIP as eight-pgo. forty.
soouma pui er. peMishet every Monday nad
Thwu;day, anidd em iM all the news of the
week, l..;lMO Oad n.5rall, *ad will be
miled, i '-Efre, to any rirt of the united
Statei- ICr (.I Me, for 1e.00 year-in advance.
All a tald" bils become due after Arist
appear' of #dertitesmeat, unleu otherwiIe
011ipul:0.'. : 0 tra8t. afrties ne known to us
will Ik r't1i to peay fora advertring in a&
sc'. Ad F 4 s, THK UAI.VY 'N,
iAvWAvLu.b tL.A.

Per Membo of Con=re`0. d Co-rgre,- mal
1RAnA CLARK. of Co;uwblh
For JMe of @ thee Puprem. Court
S OMAS. PARKMILL. or Efeumint.
FOr flUoed Commidoner
S R. Ui NON B IrN. of Dade
. &Or tate Attornar. fth (.ircw i
-Pr State lntor. d Distrie-t
-- (
MeOnbersHouse of ireientat!ve
For Couant) Tax Ameur r
W. W.Ol.hN.
rer Oountv Toa ('it.e'lor 1
W. D.lK NhhO()N.
Pter CountS Treaurr
15. PrEI.KR.
FPr Meombers Iehool (Insardl
f. P. =nowrnR
J.. rUTCH l
R. R. WRKa a
For Monty 0 i(k ner.
F. r. PAu l4 ;
W. J. MA, rOW is

4'@ his is to be sold in senator
1ae'* fteor. He hasnot allied any.
bHdly aliar yet
.- (
Menrs. Brya and Hearst are both
IaWhlag for the *adornement from
Priason& sad preparing lsto dodge.

S hese rihlroed president must *on*
ider It a *eleoter lasidest that they
rto politely Invited to testify Instead
of blei subpeosed.

The pohil*lhoue *eooeer who
h jst busee *MLIeettlyI Isqd $1()..
sine Olty, are delibustII sO
S mesk more tham thik they shall
R. of the eosumer as a wartlei
rt *nt 0to do is auae

41cl*-, that senator
Ier nd If this t Sten
s the reason shy th.
natore hate to vote on
g question Thoer may tbe
.. theseme trs fls stor PlaIot.

Joe. J ph C. Sabley. the Psansyl*
\e* ea0-r*mes, hs e-sablilhed
e helo m e at S Petereb.r9.
i be k e aiI ** tfee eely Is
| *atthemet of tipleal hfsuit He
@ Of the m*On idoly kbown public

TeMps Tribeos Intimated that
a. ..W. DsTV(Ogt ") who "tw.
oiaftesil Osapeessosel 4Hstuiet
bhhts* sad sWulasy for fight
map be o audi~ase to sosoeed
ktansm msier Mallory It
kwo o M soa aspito Geeeeeeod
beftaw mINS ess is Florida
pedS Me SCol .1.Data.

de abskee h'009. p"Ismseo of
to*h 5I Now top lesso jlsbe"
tobo SI friDemese*
*00smw eusetd to 9ss I&.~3

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The remarkable pertidleity Sal lbkll
with which Albert T. Patrick sad his
funrel hare fought off the ezeoitlon of
a aemaenee of deatl prounoouo-d four
year. a, for the murder of William
Marsh licoe, the Texas millionaire, in-
eludes it among the oeaues celehres of
criminal law. Against all probability.
as tbe case appeared to stand, the ap.
plication of his counsel on a writ of
error has been granted by Justice I)ty.
of the United tateS Huprem' Court
A rsay of execution Is thus sllwe-d till
Oetoh.r, when the Cse will be finally
heard This is the fifth time hst rhthe
indomitab e eouragle of 'atr ck ha*
Cease-4 the e.ectrie chair to recede
from its Impr ding elu'ch
The ease hMs Isred t'r.g,,h all the
astes of ap;.-lent tee', ,td (I .bably
no criminal entroversy has ever twen
minre thournughly thrah-d uit. Re.-
corder Gouff csle a'tertion to th, fact
t'Ut the courts have exercised the

widest latitude in llow ing the defend
ant rverurse to tePtimony tranocend-
iJr the ordinary teachntcal houid'.
He stigmitizes the extraordinary
medical esperimeiits made to show
that the cmnldition of the corpus dei 'i
might have th*wn prod jedd by tl:he pr *.
cesees of embalming aI "neither detf.
nite nor concrlsive ai.d that cant i: he
approved by cri ial sceinrie To t%
aside the verd.et of a jury on utch
tesIimony, he o(.niee, would tie ri
asuie i f j idical discretion a' perve'r
opionr of j ..-
ti e." The hll.eitf t ort in the lI4ud
1.1m always t)ite'n freli uInlt in thle e-.
tre'nm t> iti rver r e* in the ('riminm'l
J irmd 'cton in f $'a' co'irt, 1; i in thi*
ease a ,mbiir of it has ap 'ept'td
grrro d to d .-Iart from i', habitool

Th. i'ert. itgi fa.'t in the J'atrik ease
i4 that the criminal himioelf, who is a
lawyer, has le- n hisown mosteffe.tite
* it n l. Had iti tit I e peit for his wotn-
derf, l itnl -riitity and his knowledge of I
ill the re.niirevs of law, he would have i
becn ef.'itedl longR since, as his e oin-
eil wo,(ul have given tip f rather effort I
it rl.,itir I' was he who appears to
have *riu,-stetd it I points whereon the i
defeutie was originally based and on s
whOih it h lit tli i prolonged with sueh I
masterly skill n-Iv the hotable
criminal H i1.ff. whose brilliance of 4
mnnd was the iadmiration of all who
mw him up to the last momllnt of his
ife, ini hi) calm devotion to belentiflae
inl I.nguisti' research, no such strik.
ig embodiment of intelleosoal forest
as fared a criminal doom in this eoin.
ry. The professional ability of Pat.
iek., however it may have been inspir.
>d in the dramatic floale of his praetise
by an exceptional Inspiration, should
have been suffilient to have exempted
him from the temptation of crime by
opening a vista of the high rewards
of his profession. It is only anoth.
or example of which the grisly
record has not a few lastneeo
that intellectual caliber and culture,
however supposedly luminous in for*.
casting thoedirest subjective consequen.
*es of crime. do not sluflie to bir
reeoure to the worst experiment il
human perversity.


Editor un: I came to Florida ten
years ago to ie. I failed to that. I
alao failed to accumulate (either by
porehase. inheritance. or marritg)
say of Ialneville's real "etate, exempt
a home. I am compelled to admits the
astiqaity sad wisdom of the mas in
the moos. I do aot eape"t to live 0oe
hundred year or do the work of one
hundred men in a day, sad as I will
not enlarge In mudelingine I write
"rinit." 0 E D)LAxot.
itMr Poland hasoeted wisely to "quit
the game" thue early. He also does
well to admit the wisdom of the man
in the moos. arid if he had exhibited
as mash wisdom as the latter and kept
his noe out of other people's attire
all ewold have bees well. Evidently
he came to Florlsa for the benefit of
dyopeoia., from which he ha. not heen
eired de*,i. Mr. I1l.andt.

H w's This*
We oner ilue Hndred i)ollan Re-.
ward for any eae* of Oeayrb that canm
not be eared by aill's Catarth Ourv.
F J Cneser A Co Toledo. .
We., he ausdesgmld. have kltae
V J Cheaey for tie I 1 9 Ilam. aad
twlieve hi pe feoeI hoesolet to all
beoaeee transaeiae, and *aaaeially
able to earny oat any obligatomos de
by hie frm
WA t tI K|llA A MVava-.
WholesI tende. o
Hall's Calh ta OMe i Heas later.
saoM. seti-es dM e m I" l d
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"I have gone evey your bill very
carefully," ald the Prsident to Mr.
Wadsuorth, and then he proopeded to
declare that #ertoin words were in the
hill which were not there, and that a
certain provision was not in the bill
which was there. Then he berated
Wadsworth In itre cowboy fashion,
oharging him with bad faith and lack
of integrity. But when Wadsworth
resented the Insult and proved that
the President was mistaken, there was
a very awkward apology and a shifting
of ground and hiding behind a peape-
gnat as usual in a Rooseveltian flasco.
"Now." ,sys The New York Evening
Poet, "this woold.be a sore discomfit-
are to a dbater on the floor-of the
Hluse, and when the President comes
forward 's proetseally snob a debater
he cannot **eape appearing discomfit-
ed aleo. But Roosevelt, the debater,
rides off on the excuse of a sovereign-
that the pleinder was not his. but that
of his ndriiwri, It Was Beveridgq that
misled him. It was Reynolds whose
ioiological eye failed to find in the
bill what the President now confesses
was their. all the time. Yes, but the
Preidernt did not say that it was Bev.
bridge and Reynolds who had cere.
fully gone over the Wadsworth bill
and found it 'very, very bad.' He
'sted the I,' and that makes it difficult
afterwards to say 'they.'"
The net result of the whole business
io that Preoident Roosevelt has gone
Ia ak on hle friends, but has increased
by three million dollars the amount of
patronaeI available to help the troat
candidates for Congress in Illinois,
Missouri and Nebraska next fall, has
ptrenothened the monopoly eo the
larger packers, and hurt the little ones
aind ihe cattlemen very badly. The
disciple of Kang HI is a wonderful
character. ___

The Live ,)ak Democrat is advocat.
lull the passage of an ordinance prohlb-
ting cattle running at large within
the corporate limits. Certainly a
town of the s*ie and progressive spirit
if Live Oik should enforce a prohib.
tive ordinance of this nature. We
iympathise with Ediltor Sherwood,
however, in this matter, for he will ex-
perience many 'trials nd tribulations"
rre he aeeompllhes the task he has
undertaken. Of all local leubs Inn.
evolved, opposition to the eow grading
In your flower garden creates more
enmity towards the editor from "old
timers" than all other combined.

Senator Beveridue appeared to have
some out at the small end of the here
on she statehood and Beef Troes le'Iieo
nation, although he was fully li, aeeord
with the Premldent.


with ite new billt aashments
and Instantly infnapisa ble .ar*
riages, tabulator and two-color
rnbhon movement, i thbe moet coe-
* plate combsaed

machtie maau-uesM delgedl |
as it was for he arveais. bal Hr
hard sue, renemmded y eqpesm
and guarameed A5 wean M i|
oered as the 4e.

for produecug the -tIg gbedworii
th>eshortneet mewiththeleastiae(.
Write toemp he M esnptaem.

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bee i'. i. L.ufl.1,r corn
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-. ~!n i a hot he'It
I ... n lu ii~er will
lo~ ll(i4n the
* ~ The
0.-r but thie loss
- *'.Ipresent high
i~id for yellow
I.mmer company
A 11 of ffreas
1,;,-t yuatr. three
ii I~a'aggrtgat.
-lb~lee 1Is a
lwo~plu' at the
!ie.vs of the Santa
''-,Important Ahip.

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K'11s Young Tramrp.
0. ~ ,- -A white boy
fit I S ()~ f age, W.,18
f t:~'& Ion the rallreiatI
~ inIa half "Irles
I1 i ill u'l.*w am t)
.. urno.,] wring Rilei

0111 ii,~ : '1 N I :., I I)--#n eri died. tIll
biah~i: I illI ho. romnh dthat
the carrl. It.t 14hthe and nt
bOY t: "-d ',ikn ll hibnfor iewal
brd gather, On' ill :ij.. liurieri i
the eme.1r11tthI niever.ldfl

Nhegr-. Escapeh1% ii;h *nd Jell.
IArO er-homety Aa ,Is N Fl. wai
brought sfarv, T.a. d ~lto- burledIllh

8 9" WF, l ate-I at .A ien,; (or t r'l
to NO* th#. rtwyin of 1, 1. t Iung 3'.ilwa
V Witke onw 1 The go%,,, .r1,4uuit.#A
#0jT'i. 'wgro()aUi %CelUaiedi% V'aI'
4%ikalCall$ t.i51:0 k:ol a
fto Alt, tit, Jail aI ilai wm,4r%.
inl ed ti, wat *li- j.iovil? iand14
D Oonim i'u. F.'ariit drais.,
flii 1,the' MorianmgunCUH
i "I at large.

I IThe Wffm
I;Atl~ard's SamW Inimen,
mriotfor rhatimatism,
(onto. spraime, lumbago
muy it, try itsasd yes
U040 It. Anybody who
mi's Snow Liminent Is
oit what it dose. All
is to) netsatrial "Ittitl.
0i0.t ~lSold by W.

lb HOuse of COMWAT46
Oly 61 -William J. Bryan
%Mtelt r to the house
Thur?. as agnst dof
C 1016 1 ~ the local now.
u7d who e**AedMr.
mu-nber &.Urtiu Poll.

lIe preys = the mind.

new sewiadn pp
whboo the Ikidarysamw
fmt of Ord" ur dln
Kiduy trouble hes
!III, so prtvalsO
tbsi14ias 04 sum.
sm a chtkl to be
burn aitoewd ad
004 kisivuev lth
o~aften. tItheawineas"si
be able gorud th O
aft-td with bu-wo
it. thwe alum fihe 41
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Mr. Henry .Campbll, 17.1 WMN ', s.S M\..
Dl)nver, ('ol., NtatO Deputy of .11MI rn WIensId-
inpu, MontaiA, and lDligate of Hhimlders
Trade Couat, writes: "i'rona has bs oa
blessing I ouar bone. My wife wAG iS poor health fur
several year.and omehing but Peruas helped her. HIe
gradually rseovered her health and became the mother of
a boy whieh blessed our home. We all (Orlid our Peruna hey. Ili' I tia
the finest of health ed hi mother has never *ejoyed suebh exellent ihelth.
,." WNW e pW5SP h F nwu4o t ,.ue -A -a-f IIW.
'uE Psewinr f ur p mve wg i be qi fu lee hmyuI me.
SWe Svet s Io AAo andbknow b yepeerme
btfa kesp 10s maIe e "& of bam go

A Ra wy LELfh. Meaey lad of I PMlsths, we havesmol ter
A recent letter eived frost Mr. sad n a. still luarsr for his age. He le now
Mrs. Oampbels as felloUo : teinmoathe old aud to always healthy.
'Weo still a re iMd lto sM s "His mother say. Pornes has esrely
to owr seS OGerwld, wh o e sads made buth of our children boathy as

Frank L. Tenbr-.:.k eed
New Yore. July 6.-- rank I.. Ten
browck. fornl I m aaor of Asmry Park,
N. 3.. died ca li' West End hotel In
Asbury 'Pa k W-'lueedy light froo
heart dimes Mr. Tenbreel'k wan
on* of t.h u.Itriklina ure. of the
North New Je.rev coalt I'p to the
Ume of th. *I.le'ton of Ja. A. Brad-
ley. "the fsm ler." four years sin,
he had been ma or of Auiky Park
ontlnuouwsly s*tie It, luerporatll.
He was Iat asl dos4 ed- e of MDe
Weaeswl Teabroes. who slled from
Holad ti the *hip 4uth sad4 aaded
it New York Is 1U8.

Abhihemns Leb
We v e .vsh. Bot mal s eI .
attalna she b be a6 a me
eM g ns IM ohe rtMed SttIms. Sal
Basps Neubimmi Spao y beg a s
etr e meet*n. I be s e69181W

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Paossenger Train Jomps Trek.
4,4 % elf. 0 a'. (*.11ih4.1% 0 Wert- q11i1
trolin \, .lknowbso aw thMe lfmun,
ChIvviasaa etia d 14i. ll~w mas itmite, ou
Off,. I ale, 4seu'and Nichgoss Ith
tora roml~we',josasped the trash whilio
rv~,iot.%x bi ieo rat& of 5'41 mllm am
butor just easot of this elf) Tbarvilay
The foatirv toasat left tht trark osad
bumped Shag efa the Is". for ia 1111
taic" f 514iW etoo et efre belug stuplifed
bhsld baguage. restWeod p~abshy to
WI lUurtes Now. ad dos hsseegserit

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they r'e, helped, of course yColorsdoo*
healthy air.
"A liottle of 'Perons to at all times
welinume visitr to natr hmti e."
A multlitude r l frilll. have, discov*
ered that Perunn is their stand Iy.
tl all the 'atarrhat aillis elts which
6are likely to l'e et the varlusa mnembore
lf the family. Perus Ito Uts r nsaely that
blul quie'k relief.
Mo matter whether It 1w a esterl hat
Peditlon tif the heiml or lungse or a aI.
rantament iof tih- ,.**mb aid buSseli
Pers to the remedy.



Demorter and-


Paper HInger.
Z)4 East Main s S.,. (l0 a tvll leJl' ,

All kinds of owitide Ilaniode we
promptly and nettily 1reuted.
INO1 a *peoeslty.


Tailoring, C nidf Dyelnlg '
tering and Pressoil
Malstt -making. 'pholoterlngr.
1ii'fs t5esiPred Chair ooverl
UniDt 1E r*aired nd nGew O
ore pi 1-sti ti kioldlio and eolo
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$ea Wsand Cotton Seed. lV~u"Aong and Twine.W
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Gl igr Killed by Lightning.
s portjs. (.. July 4.-DurlnK a ine-
vere thunder storm'the three little
girls of H. P. Humpbrey, of Mayfield,
were In the yard under a tree. Iight.
nain struck the tree, killing two of
the children Instantly and the other
is ao seriously Injured that there is
little hope for her recovery.
Reaekee Charter.
Pall, lad., July S.-Attorney Gen.
S ral Charles Miller, acting under In.
struotoue from Governor Henley has
S led Ina the Orane county courts an
A etolo to revoke the charter of the
Preue b idk Springs Hotel company
at French Uekg this county.
f*3m Ships irt Sale.
N\w Qsbamo, July S.-The first bale
otM A be whipped from the 1904
p il ta oValted states was Wed.
egS albt reported on its way here
Si j Mwavy lle, Tex. It was con-
Wed to the New Oneans Charity

Legeet6e Stlart for Parie.
La-.o, July i.-Congresman Nick
L wortbah sad Mrs. Longworth start.
ed f Parls Thureday mornaln. Am.
basador Reid and Mrs. ReiJ bawdh
them farewell at the railroad station.
Pree. Killed by Auto.
Maitalo, N. T., July 4.-Professor
Reary A. Ward, of Chleaso, the well
khew maturallst, was struck by an
auNObile Wednesday afternoon andi
taetastly killed.
Alfred Vineent Dqad.
Geneva, Switserland, July 6.-Alfred
Vincent, a member of the federal coun.
ell and vice president of the Red Cross
conference, (died Thursday.
Noted Painter Dead.
Paris, July 0.-Jules Adolphe Bre.
ten, the noted painter, Is dead. He
was bern In 1837.
Aethmsa sufferers Should Know This.
Foley's Honey and Tar ha# eared
*any eseee of asthma that were on*
eldered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph BDoe.
Ins, 701 West Third St., D lonport,
Iowa, write: "A severe eold son.
Irated twelve gearl ago was negleted
autil is Nially grew latoe ashma. The
bed medical skill vaollable could not
give ie more than temporary relief
Foley's Honey and ahr was rneom
S headed adadOWe Mtty-eal kettle en.
tirel y ared m of as ma whlh hbad
bma graw ag e me f twelve years.
If Ihadtamkeltasathesart I would
have been saved ao of safferlg."
J. W. MeoUaes & Ce.
Low Reound Trip Snoeurlen Rlate Via
Atlema Oaaee Ua..
Toealeuae, Ala.- to eta SeIn.laes
fare plus- IU a Daaa sa Ju ae
1. r.1,1 l. 1,. JeW y TI A.. lad
limit 1l d1aso Iet1aoies 0a e S-
o. ed to |Btemi er I W.
Neahvilles. T -t4 o Ws*ela
fare lu s asea. D ates of ae Jue
10 1. 11. IL. W, ^, ,M .Sl T, .Ual
limit I ds Wo Iadil s to dato of
als. ntel i a dUita asU be eo.

O WNL- io uu m uat* et Jtlus 3d.
Ma ...u.-- A-nelslWA- L AJul o t.1 Dates
I sale Jhue Mrth to Jely Sib lel-
.ive. FluMal l ooSpteomber 1. l.

i u l 0 ****** i se. Daes of sale

A1eh*atac 1. U.-Rateo -a retelaoo
1 39 DO- fIna l limit Alu4e Ia.

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Woman who *ffger from me-
vere hoadashes. and all dies.
em due toa torpid liver, should
nut fill theirstomach with cal-
omel and other drug.
-ad Fever. spupslsa, Mahlari
Mrs. C. D. Philley, Marble
Falls, Tex. writes: I find Her-
bine the best liver corrective I
ever tried. It hai done my fa-
.mlly and niyielf a world of
gw). rI recommend it to my
PRICE Ioc. -

Ballard Smow Uliment Co.

Sold and Recommended bv
W. M. JOINSON. ilamenvile.

Traveling Salesman Sueledesa
New York. July a.-P. N. Woodruff.
a traveling salesman for Marshan
Mield & Co., of (hicaio, who sailed
from Liverpool for New York on the
steamer Majestlc. committed suicide
on Jill> 2d by nutfing hli throar The
body was burled at sea.

S ansas Pope to Name a Tieket.
Tolptka, Kans., July 6.-After an
extennihe wrangle, In which much bit.
ter fellna was. displayed, the Popu.
list ta4te convention voted late Wed.
noeday afternoon to place a party tick.
I lan the field.
PIrreeraker Causedeath.
Neluanee. Mich., July I.-Josei8a0 q
Krats. 9 years old. was burned to
death Wednesday by Iame whMoh was
eomainnleated to her drees fom burst.
Ing firecrackers.

Peel Impending Deem.
The feeliul of impending doom Is
the made of many vielim of hBrilht'
diesel ad diabeose has bees ahbaed
So shahfulsee bybhe beaells derived
from tkingIr oleyei Kidney Care. Is
will as o laelploeas Bright's diee ead
disbee, and oeve l She oest seen
give comfort sad relief. 81lbt die.
rdee ared la a few day. "I
bad diabelte In l Ie wom fom0,"
writes Marle Lee of Deareath, lad.
"I tried eight phldeleme withos re.
Ief. Osal thre bohtlle of reley's
Kidney Oor, made me a well me."
J.W MeOollom aACo

Charge with mtIellts Aa.ssen'e ..gp.
Nacon. Us. July 6- Il. CCmbs.
a white man. Is held by the palon of
Thomasyvtle to answer to a earge of
selling a bunny that did aOt O"beo wa
him it s riatmed be oltr M r a
Namena firm aad NMf It to a ivOry
stable man before paytlag r It. Tbe
he skipped He ias traed and ia.
rented 0
Aooeee*B* *tf a **L
Serlit. July .--4swa PMasses
rjreodw k Wllam a. safety d *ew.
ed of a am t # e*:ls k edm

W at -oor to e mpt waid
e man w9ho wa ieu hle eA a
"Yeo meat eat it."
*"mos peopt e." assid hes Mmd.
"I u.t saM e. -ersme -s --e
rest ma Otd e et Po PosN
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SAerzvlle. Teas., aadre-
S fam. Tickeo eo a e
V June 17, 18, iS, S., O, .
Jlpy7, 14,1, limited ft4eeadays. si.
todles ept. 0, 1U.
1818 MonMeale, ,Tons.,enadre-.
suor. Tieko. mau s al
S Jaue Je, *80,Jly s , A11.
nod Augl. 1, 10M. Ekoesilon Olt. I1,

S0return. ro oke oet*mso
Aug 6 Aug. 10, 11, 13, limited
Ao|. U, 110l.
PawMgear and Tioket Omfl.
106 W. Bay St. Phone 748.

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attended to. Oflle next doear slm
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Maybe you want to know what's. io? Perhaps you would
like to see things as thtvy are? Perchance the truth
well told and cleverly pictured appeals to you? Per-
adiveture you have long'dl for a paper that will print
everything that huild Ixt printed?

A N r WIthout a Censor. A Paper Withet ,a

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scblkl K b VIrUeL Lvad E rho iL

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Then write right away to
THE SUN, Jacksonville, Florida.
Ind as the notion sri e you-
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myo the blhi rmn for yoar momu that moneeve ha
mt "m no w mobo b&.

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Sea Island Cotton Gia
The Moao Durable MW Rap4d and the Mos PerfueUt Iat pfme
la G oin the Market.

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boy ows,
Counteeo ot
r at a ball
It up anamid
Bded it to ber
Jw Imamortal
bad bad to
otf King Al.
1tory of WW
ul ad many a&
of history. -At
h Harrlis Nico.
der of Kalnbt-
delightful mau
ty prodmluced.
ad namo e of
I by Polydore
wrote In tOhe
aJnd Henry VIII.
Slady was "the
Istrenit." ea(ar,
.Military and
?.i0 yc:ars aft-
,l. wat the fIrtt
o ('oullie14 of Sal.
paly thnt It wit.
lit. .hnbu Annti-
g of rit.m. who
I clilk w.rks. r'di
II. ljui'*"* '
a ry TA., liue.
di whose work i'l
id it.
a (broul clir. who
story In tbhio quee which
siguiflmculle Of
N cItaIns him-
to unt improbable.,
fact that Jean
best coutempo-
re in of Edward
to say about
tb chapter.
*ad Niholas ad-
mut aalpint
of the story, but
t the matter
Oe th. way. I feel
that 0. C. Macau-
mei of Froiseart
ugh the Macmll-
Pnthlessly cut this
Sclaied that the
foundatloi of the
r., but eaty that It
the idea for aminl
he bad reolved to
s In th absienc of
* than that whbeb
iwy foudMatioas I
I Mo ee aeceptUg the
I repeat my eprew.
Nao wuth tol pepelar
WvrlyI akw.-Lon-

obu Pbretse,
ale who was
as the omet
p trwal tlSty e.
of a car whot
thMin to m tme te
EleMOe and rlavetsO.

aps po em t at
Molmte, withbt Jsr
ay n ramw by
81sty toms Pomw
.et the I s

up em the eao
br sup e whdto ol
3lm gaWmie.
|to to leto If tt

fru ait i
1me Iron e

yes qmv **

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url f

MI r w eme

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0. A. F'rhedl, )DallaS. Tex.
writo : "'I ue itallari.rd .ow
io tJ1 twt pntli ai,,nT tiliade. l
It relieve. burnt *a mimnaltds.'
28c, 0c end $1.00
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
ST. I,4Ul8& 110.

Sold and Recommended by
b W. l. JONltON. ale milla

*l eevr aa mtem Tbuit lIut. la the
In thew lual pentmiula trial hy ordeal
to Mill practiced. Ine all criminal cfmska
where no witneues are fortit oingui
the Judge. "el mabaasha." ate.t the
suspeEted person ip Or by water or
by dIream. In the Seat theI Joinu pla e
sa Irtn pan lo the tge until it In redhot
asS gives It to the satumed to toub
imthree times with Is tongue, If marks
of buraf are bowan on the toguwe
the sacu id I pnreoued guilty. The
theory appaeratly i that if be i not
Mlty the mature on the toa"e pre-
veist It from beag bnernt; if ulity his
toumlue would dry up frose fer of be.
Ing disuvered.4*
Thw teat by water is dwe bed a" tel
lows- "10" mbetisbai' sits with the
with a copper JUgr fun a water plwed
to appear to ove remd the eirete by
mesa oft wit bmft or bw s ti If
the Jg ret tuMk to e Jdge tWhe
eICis;d is pmNmel met gaIlty. et
It the jg gse ppoeeme the sewed
he is pemued gelot."
This deariptiem is rte m wassngm i
detaM sad it Is d seult toaeow bow
ja wMf ealy appem to meov fe
fuese s "MtabtesA" SlopO aWd oa
IN I di If tho -m d gUty or
m-A 1e1 9ew1.

MasS Autlst*@ e *bv .whichwun
p.uftd b by d4~e. wae a oewm
= o afemasle hubeimadwoa
mS' 4 pS ON wbw.
Ltaw aem Tem bhkshd bh
OrN"y to f bhan
0- onslr a ti
6W b~b at w oftmi d sue. hA&
rb poll WIN wd bIVBopsees
bpi" om eIma om i
066 adm arn woso- to mW&
Ni Do FbeimSeea a h "
b wwb two ow a^
0 0 a I -
as %Isme boo nNWMNg

upmesaw Mtoeum o o
Idftfud No-ft -
so" o 0 goamm lto
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uickest to Wuaington and All
Points Eat.

Daets of sale Below.
OO.0 Savannah,(. ia, July 3:
$.00 Charletton. S C I ily 8
$44.716 AtlantieCity, N. J daily
to September 10.
$4oMa Waihington. D C.. daily to
aeptember 30
t.90t Washington, D June
10. July 2. 8.
$64.73 Bar Harbor. Me., daily to
Soeptemher 80.
4MM15 Chioaso. Ill daily to Sep.
Somber I.
"$S.40 Hot Springs, Arkansas.
$4.10 Saratoli Spring. N\ Y.
daily to Septemher 80
1.t&4 Nashville, Tenn Jiuly 5.
$1L8V1 rusetloo.s, Ala J.in 2.8,
*6, July 2. 7. 9.
$1681 Montseagle, Tenn J.in 29.
10,. Jal 3. A.
$16.11 Knoxville. Tian,. J.i,ne ,
24. 80, July 7. 14.. 1.
1$77.60 California points, Juine 4
to July 0, inelosive.
M1.10 Milwaukee,. Wis Ainest
10. 11, 12.
((*. 4 Athens, Us., June '., 24. 25,.
26, 8. July 2. 9, 10.
O4t.*6 July 9 to 14, Ienver Col .
rado lprings and Pueblo, Colo (At.
lastieo Coa Lime o~lael rout,, l).nver
Olub lorida Elks )
No trouble so answer qulatolls.
xeorel on rtes to other points.
Limits. sehedoele, Pullmanu soom.
modations and all detailed inform.
lion to shove or other polite cheerfully
foarebed, either on application in per.
asa or by mail to
Dittriet Passenger Agent, 186W Wvst lBy
Attees. Jkeonvillle, Ill


The Loaleville & Nbahville Ratiroed
will sell roiedmtip rate from Jaek.
seville to points shown en diatt lad i.
steod. Proportiomatell low rase from
e ohr palua.
SSi-Nasahvilll, Toea str reltra.
Tieohes sold July Mth. th.
thb, with Beal return limit 1i
days f lm date of aso. By
pesmeo of Me of 0 eses.
ad,epm0 mgsletiws a$wash.
All, asu"llta be eoteaed
still Sptembw th.
S.Ig-- eMtIl-,lme m.. sad mirm.
Thes eid sleoe L l Mh.
ad M1 Md Jel Sib, 14t
I ud J0 ***I h
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Jacksonville and Now York,
Oillmg at OMARLM TON, 8. 0.. both ways.
ub nb u IUmUs the Ce stwl lSryl
Olyde New England and Southeru Lines
Freight Servem Between JACKSONVIIJ. BiD (TOW and .
PROVIDINC uand All Eastern Pointe,
Calling ast harlmtesm both wa2.
Somthbouad ...........................From Lewis' Wharf, BMeete
Nothbotnd.................. rom Foot of Cathertne at.. JmaheMMINvU a

Clyde St. Johns River Line
Sto9ppln as Palatha, Astor, Bereford (DoLand).and Intermediato TaLdilWO
on St. Johns River.
Is appol sd to eaio as follow : Leave Jaetsoavilie SHndary, Thedi pe
and ThTrsday., 8 p ei. Rettrning, leave banford Mondap,
\Vednrdays aiid Fridlay, 9:81 a. n.

PSa .... ... .....iJeh11omy1ille . Ar
34 pm ... ...................
3 am... Astor ....... ... .
Arrive 50 .0am ...... ... r a nfoi d ( .....nd .. .. ...
10-00 am .. ... anferprs.....

00e0eal ON!...Pnor Is KOwslShover Praseb eesW iwV, am%=

s~& 2 o .&

Air Line Railway

S... FOR....

Saonnah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

s., Raleigh, Richmond, Wae-

ington, Baltimore, Phila.-
delphia. Now York,

Two Elepat Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.




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a oMt of general Intera t Gath.
red by Our Bpport .
What Has Happenedand What is Going
to Happen T*d In Short Paragraphs
o That *He Who Runs May Read"
1 In The Sun.
Old papers for sale at this office.
FoweriOslonus Weare Longer; Devet.
adle' calling eards In latest styles
S at ua oflea.
""I'a--Hi etaowanted to rent. Ap-
ply at this ofie.
tO-room cottage for rent. Apply
Mrs. L. A. Thrasher.
T. W. Sharbdl has gone to South
Florida on a boaelnes trip.

Helns' sour plkle la In blk just
oeived. Oliver A MeKinstry.
The Bon Indoetrial Edition ser
u -la address, postagep free, for'10 o4
Nie frying.ailed ehiekene on
today. W. 8 Dorney A O, 'phor
L. and W. R. Orown of R
Point were trading in the eity ype
day. 0
Prof. N. W. Hall of Orange Hel
was among the visitors to this
S yesterday.
Miss May Ford has gone to Jack
will, whsre she expects to remain
sil Monday. .
Case Swift's Premium hame,
Soholoe, Just opened. W. 8. Dorne
Co.. 'phone 15.
T. J. Makae left yesterday for
by and other points ito South Fli
oo a business trip.
Claude Devoneau has retnrnei
his home in seals, after spend i
few dpys with friends here
Mr. and Mrs. J D Frice and I
A. A. Hampton of Graham were
Isore to Onlaesville yesterday.
Nieoly furnished rooms to reni
.dsh adjoining square; gentlei
preferred. Inquire at this oeoe.
Mr. and Mrs.J W. MeCollum I
Gone to Raven (Gap, (a where i
will spend a month reouperatlng.
Shrank Clarkson, a prominent eitl
M nesMRo of Jaekeanvtlle.
SInthe eityll a few hours yeaterde
Albert rAdlns has returned fi
Worthingtoon springs, where he
beeoi reuporating for a couple of di
Min Bandy will etamp shlrswalot
Seyelot and shadow embroidery. J
7th to the itlh. 890W Est Main strip
J. A. Kennedy and daughter, I
May Bell Kennedy. were among
arrivals at the Brown House yea
S M. J. .3. Turner of Parrish. aft
pleasant visit to her sites, Mrs. J
Parrish. I this eity, turned to
home yaltreday.
Fresh barrel of the llebrated He
wewat plekleo, iasarted, will be ope
thise morning soelthilg very I
Oliver A MaKliatry.
Ladles. let a show poe oar semi
of vietig eaues. The sew Til
e ipts to new all the age. All a
adt t lekI e sards tla IMeek.
tCaptala 0. Kolley of Windor
among the proinoot visitors
U(alevtIllle y etprday. He wa
gest of his see, Dr I. L. Kellay,
6arry Cannon of Realy Polnt we
o oolty yetlorday. Ho waI en rt
o be s froee3i. where hen Is employ
bp the uottin Phephaseo Oompamy
Williamll Littledale of Hawthorn
Ito e iy yelordlay. Mrs. Littled
whos beeb loo eoondeting a hotel
M awthern. looed that hostelry Iye
W. J. aneses ad DJ Rog.es
J6di tad WylPe aile s of Noe Ih
wn i the itlly yeserday eon boe
uased with the United tatle* l
DDr W. O. Johe"n of Miesa
p d th0Ulgh h e ty ondays
ma hn, J & -mvL-
swe he seahbe the pus see tw
. W. 0. WVIn be lt re6n- ed ftr

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If yotii oIJ y g )od lteep.
wake uip iani see.

The S.


are, 0 P. Car noo,the trucker of Rnoky
vig. Point, was trading in the city jester.
t on ('ow WanUtd-I will t-uy a good four.
men iallon cow. Address J. H. Folk.,
UaineTville, t iR
lave Fresh kit choice fat mackerel will
hey be opened this morning for today's
trade. Oliver A bleKinstry.
sion Fine new Tennessee Irish putatos--
was fresh luot just In. something extra.
y. ordinary palatable in the potato line.
ram W it. lDorsey A Co.
has H. M.Ohiltty has kone to Miosnopy,
&ie. where he will relieve his father, E. 0.
t l Ohlity. during a vacation the latter is
fuly spending in South Carolina.
est. The shrewd. careful huoeekeeper
IMi bilys to the hst advantage. Jaso try
the a bottle of ilue Ribbon Lemon or Va.
ter. @lla eitraos. None better as amy
sr a William Andersoo ha returned from
F. Stark#, Lawtey and otherpolate, where
her be has been superitlaedlal some *o**
situation work and repairing for the
Ios, Southerna ell Telephoae Coempay.
ned Only 1It tr the rooad.*rip. Gaie.s.
*na. Ville to White Sprintl and rei gnIS
Gainesville aNd Oulf every Sndlay Uea
ples (it further noilee Tral leaves
a GUalneeville at I a. i.. alfordiag a ***e
lon tire day as the famous re s on tkhe
Suwaonne river.
wa J 1. Manning add daeghtieu Mlee
to Ruby ad May. have returned to Lake.
l a and, after peadlal a few dayewith
relatlveehern. They woresseelpaled
upoa their return by Mr Maamil'ge
r" nephew. Pergy Brney. Mr. Manlliln
Dyteo well pleased with Lakelaud. Ab hae
a gelt de1 of eodeaoe in the future
of ihait tow
lot Plermburg, Tees., Juse 1. 1901.
Ira. W Hall, a. Loug, Me-
1 of I tear ir: er' Wonder. HIal re1Wt Disseveq.
low Is" "e d f k i ids" elip rebis ,
lam to ek. oad I ayeefy raim.
opy JACK wo mo Me it.
,lie. AT 1WMKL
4w, b-1%- 0~S1 --uese-p. aem i4
lm 0m1 ed1 i -Nmim.k mmm a
ma w wei udif ii memwm
-. M aim* i a m. U .a e .f i.

mt am alMte $ oeptin
Na- omin i" m ma to
awe &Lab

Heisse sweet and sour pickles In
bulk. Freh barrels of eaeh juqt
opened, and they are* flue. Oliver &
Enginer K. A Pope~ of the steamer
Marie, plying on ths ,uwannee river.
is in the eity, having. 'orne to t ve
some demntil work pwrfornmed by Dr.
Prof. and Mrs. A. A Price of Wu-.
hebula ,* vilsiLig relstires in this eity.
Prof. Price s* princlpil of the Bowling
Oreen high school. He was forwpr'll
uf Levy county, ard was re grded as
one of the moos competent instructors
in the bseool of that county.

Remember the excursion to White
Springs over Sur day. via the Gaines-
villle sod OGilf railroad. Train leaves
Oaineaville at 6:80 a m., relsuirai at
10:80 p m., and affnrdinl an entire
day at this popo ar resort, "Way Down
Upon de 'wannee Ribber." Only $1.
T. R. and H. A. Pickett of Nrw-
berry were among those who favored
Gaineeville with a visit yesterday. The
former was en route to Perry. Taylor
county, where he will look after his
immense property interests. Aucom-
panied by his wife, he expects to visit
Colorado Springs and other points of
interest in the West, in a few days.
Judge J A. Carlisle has retarnd
from Worthing on Springs, where he
spent the Fourth. He states that the
picnic at that point was a great 0iIces,
nearly a thousand people beirg press.
ent There were no casualties, and
the day passed off in a most enjoyable
manner. Judge Oarlisle is loud in his
praise of the elegant new Hotel Worth.
ing'or nal its management.
Wade and H. T. Thomas of Monte.
ooha were trading in the city yIster.
day. They report that a picnic was
held near the home of W. P Dovi,.
Monteooha. on the Fourth. The affair
was largely attended, and the day was
passed In a most enjoyable manner,
dancing being the principal feature of
the program. A big dinner was
served, the ladies having provided
many good things to eat.
Among the visitors to this city ye.*
terday were Prof. J. N. Overhults amt
eon, Bernard. of Keaka. They were
aecompaniled on their return home by
Masters Cay and KIiley Higgin.
botham, who will he their guest for a
few days. Prof. Overhults, who is one
of the most eiaeient teachers iln Put.
nam county, expects to open a som-
mer normal at Hawthora on Monday.
Indications point to the eecessa of the
school from a standpoint of attend*



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when people go away
for the Summer, and
we are now having a


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Ms. Dr. J. Dell isw tdi aee
das Oftso" a ga noofbepa.
now Mr. aid M O. A. Uiddn.
SW. I. Phtil, e rewMed f
one" ParI a eeflte, wt* beb e
Sukn klin amftehbs mbal amues
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Electrical Supplies.

Avery for leadlig Bleyeles. *Repairin
dene promptly. Electrical wwr
of all lands.
113 W. UNION ST.

Chas P. Domea. Prp.
III East Unioa St.. Soath Sid*e e8qat

Most op.to.date shop in the elit,
Reeoeable rates. eoarteoue tratsinl.

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At This Popular Store.

36 pieces Figured Lawns go at 7 1.2c; worth 10 and
12 1.2c.
29 pieces Figured Organdies and Swisses, only l1o
yard; worth 15 to 20c.
15 pieces Fine Organdies, choice only 19c yard; worth
30c, 35c and 40c.
18 pieces Cotton Suiting ano Percales only 10o yard.
100 Large Size Bed Spreads, worth (c l
everywhere $1.25, this sale price %7v
iarals la I hhirt WaiatM, l white Parlade and all kilads f eiaMr
G(oee. Special value In Black Taffeta at *1 00. bhlte Wakh ilk iat 0
aud 76c yard.


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