Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 08 27, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
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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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02247
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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1, *,oAINE.YILJr 19LORIDA, $A0T URDAY, AUGUST 7, UD04 r .

SSWA CRUISERS -kT THE ATllKE A TH, .^5"'"J'""'1 J'l
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'' "' ,oblJ(col llit '1 Sa ld ppll to e lBrittthl atoatmr Astla equallat wlth wp bli gir w 7W
ai M r reinl.the' i comes The A*M0s wh Ale is, Arm,,ar srit. Tbq IgI bi C ppula. MA 3
now at;Port 84. wat dtned '.a4d e. D t5 p ex-'
Wa*bhip. as Pirotati. einuid l (ie0 M4iterranean .iM by Crowd of Sbtk '
A tieseao auxiliary eulr Kal A a 4 011e Ii l
HRISTETNIN OPF IH I I OVEM . ,. NO DRMOnISTRATION WAo MAID sew ho ld he atl tht, be a4
A --- ; -- vss cleAs a worktoward theia s e, 41111 11111
gnr l# Very MHappy npd OGranits MpVy W D Conneltn With Apews MM >e iwk twa r il.th. If'M be
pqtates thati Will Hlep Hi Coun-s, iulslan Ships to Go Out of Cotminle. Ia t on n ton Chl A Ml>M U f Imlri ,- t. _t
sign. palCed Return, to 1hlIt M4 eq ,Is No. '-n 1 .11 +
hryfmf 5l.Rslaln Ship* CeaIing Off who re vielnl vi -hMn ll' fl"
tfmn.=te usan *nhlps oInI Off Bhanlhai, Auuilt 3 .-An order was ports of Another 11ort at 1 Peas Clr. gi to for iultsliS B jOutlTIWa o h gflo
Cest of Moroce.o reoelvre lost nliht from the Rliwolan li|tedo-trikers Called Mesting rtule app*lu1 polItes
Si Petaburgi. A ~Its~t tm>nlut August 84--01 G;witGswaI
sitd torler busrit diudruyoit Giout u l, Cdtgo. Asugot U.-J, Ogdft At. WIl ad upog Aeas p11 .
lo of the Rusan government to the to be disarmed. l1terday waa o( muor aospupeared aIt -ite s oikyard o to. t~wphillM it, w tee
awed 41 activity of the volunteer edy of elldttrhler Sitiety in ot- IJ1 hI at !ddenW returned f5r i t!wW."tttmV ahd y
wa m15o.vlenyk and a, a asked v e ei reles. Sir.bt an order tent forth hi.s vo at ion l the east. e *, p ailt
0plap p Rwana thas yed for that the vesisls remalp four days i proceedig to 'the pelking 40s.;a,!thih O r,
llp e di eeilsleitn withoul'yllt er The nlego)ti.tilons were he. Wer be dro l threougl a thrpml ol the eo, to~aat
s, ta alol. b aen el w ayu l le. Sun for another featr day. Thi re. r* tlkwe sald plbckA,, who weu rIemat 0t 6l b i
rltlaelen, bt l in w a l ver way he guestt we. etaelrly snti poreistelntlyo fully i ill back b +(. Ia xill a taok .o.. w atemllne
s" U eptla6d 661to t e forelo n prtieed by the RItslpis minister at the police. When M e, Ar protr. ae)4 .lwy h gli4, h
crdC iy. rders t ent to thale Smi oIexk Pek*ill, Ib t It wan gldutely r* 4i tg l a compnlon arrived' at te MI hak a or seate
o etop .0yho t to tbhe. molette by the Chine.i mgvernmentl Then otleine entraoe ip o et, rd.t', t.Hal., t a .M A
ha' e not been delivered t an order came to dhalM ihal to push lat d street la a lig h ,i fut ly itM| wit pae inl
o not e Vrelmya opqmenirting e wk on the v sels and go out to what 15i strikers had stopped there ol thoei h, d*b oay to t| fe
Ta bhl nei sps re s propositmqon -ed certplin death next Sunday. way to a meettig.' NH plakett were edutaita, Si
ra TiherrlitE ew!esorT a&wu ihla crhs abject ldslkss ofr the Akholdir's about. at and ha: t' *
Spl 1 then lew when this nw s W recal ei 4 Tie pTlie, were 10 the't o e w tm 011p d ig
s a( plr ir etas.r tvho nott tohe fret. wha l pilable. Protm the fltt the offl- I porsitg the gathltei ng when Mi. At. era i the ptis, sem Rt t
lietr Ilfoalrce trs adbell, the rdi of ers r anl rew have urged disarmis. aour arrived and drovi e through t th. j and was 1411 tiWWt
twIenorr toed inquilre low the Bitihtth mettt. beut the minister At Pekifig would crowd. There was dlit tlao tisl, P vsas.t 1i
auiry crua isrs wiuld relies belg 'ot oonsatldr the ouggetion. The although he" wlas roned8 : Thy T S1t a~n4li let tu.
tomat spirae.ur doetk nraot, Ur yesterday notified the i efetertin to the ip tmaoiteamet of ot wi j tlith t 4110
Rlueslean offldlatl that the Asmold's pe ce oommFttee by e. city 0ooil, eaout any ambtnloq. t. hPt
htl woutd t nt b, repaired tby SBunday. Pr5itdlent m )nelly, at the stui ig omtnmalty In whsI to 0
at. Peter~burg, August 2G.-The lit More telegraahien n to Poeklh follow* butchers. sa id today tit h would not and hobt sie *pxl ee
i tChrletlsin honors is very lartle. ed. and last night the weltomie order sen the mayor 4lad the coutell e .* wel. as those of o
onetalning, plentiful reconition of the to disma nl was rtc.'- re byithR te ft+ tit te bltefore tomltor rowB When pr~ er with earat nn u *
a Mtt and Oil departments of state, 6- sian a'Odm rt. Odent Tildunu of Ltbbyt My NlIl & Al b. Tis is coria se* 4 *
eelpt t. a4vy. wherUe thl hona alre nttler the suPervisiM oe the tr .*- by Packing company, riverl at. :his ae rule it I n|ot t:e f:a,
prt.iewlihly lmted to the appoitintmesel tots authtrittle repreeptni tg China. olfe today he found a oatoatiolt pa M r b a e
of Ad.itral Jese and CaptaIn Dablabi the Askholld and ArOmuvol. wfil. to ott from the council eomsittr .Inl tI. ensured sad had
pdill olal ltle.oo.canmp, ofi cmmmiseio, before S adaty seld ai him to meet trt ho4* t IS oo'laeal g. U t 0
The coiferring of the high order oon am they are patched hlp they ill tomorrow. Mo. TlItIesvt as bll oeul
rt St. Alexander Nevaky on foreign take their plae' alongside the hMand4- of the chief spokesmen for the pack*
tlldter lAnmsdiorlf and the order of u er. whifh weas dislasmatled lost March, or l10 t EAM SIER PIROA 4 'a
the Whialte o ale sn M. Witte., ireal. ftmeror Nieholas sent A.mesesage to Ilie Hel no hattent would be a t .
dlt of th b ounall of ir .te. -is r the crivw of the Ashkold and Grol oi roga. Lommu, o "ti t
gasdpd as significant and s inIdiating vol tonraintlating them for saving the after the peaker had conferred re nlftast. fl tolae, P e atke
the complete return to favor of the vesels and conveying words of hopel In onnection thi the unexpeted ten bner Vi. toiano the l rl A r1
emperors' onservative emiellilo.r .' There i g'eerai atisefactton here over return of J. Ogden Armour to Cthielao .bl.e veel yet ivpt. .11 -'or Jq(p
While there is some d oIappotistment the outcome or lhse matter. It la reports of another effort to bring about here today. It i .td '
With ite emperor's manelfsto because understood that the .Tpaneue fleet will .11ace nelotiations Indeietdent of the b ready lor ervi the a
t. was hardly as bro-nd as expected, rmain ntil the lRusian vessel are eouncll's t orf to 'xbldd about ped the year. She Is 540 fee les h0te o
the papers aunite n praslintag t and ex. complftlY dit.ar med, neg otlatkmes, wewe cirerlated. 0 feet 'bem and bher. dept 1 t
p1selttg. good wishes for the her'. The strike leaders atled a meetfg aft I inah. p
Iseeth and happlane. They also CRATERS ON THE MOON. and unusual activity wael m nelfted. The Victorian ls to ehe ttb I; K
public' special a rt4clea on the aboll- 'ProfeAor Pickering Mke for I to most tWxurihms a inet s. iisoa
:'it of corioral punistehment. tereatng Dlscovores. TROUnk IN IIN ININ REGION. fiftenl jhon red Jpsslfo e, et '"u s,
The el Vremys say. that the aao thbrlsi, s, Aul.ust 25.-A tel. -chief lntereAt in her lIes, lt o r Ipro 4
peasant renlitt(e arrearages of t axe. gram has been- rteilved from PrI Pirat Nott of Violtene in Connection pe1llng power. Turbinle ittea Em pas .
siLeoed 6S,0rott adding: lessor W. II. Picrkering. wtho is at the With Alabama trikelt 'the OWyde tad li eXeI g sapt %le "e t
"Nohody (Mr foratten. Provld ona lse iLowe Observatory, Cplifornla. attended Birmlngham. Ala.. Amies .-4b ere b ao e lo proved ery sperse ati. e t a
aide for d soldiers' ad eaolhors' orphar-, Int to confirm the bservatlon of the frat acts of vluleoe In o lal because they have ',1 ,4
ripc, fo l anleso, sitpnthorized e* spot on the oseon made by him last with the prest",it, strui of the UuAtto1d smore comfort to piastl4tW b" ll n s *re
sesfor, and even for the month. tle saw a hasy watch in the Mine Workers of Msirerlas. i this d ie siderable nodlca t bt,.i oei b*
P who are reeved o a rt lare cratr, i, which had not triet wser reptored to t.he s erlM top. vised for the Atlan t l service heal ta tloe
f their tar5 e ges fovr teaxetioe, The been detected before. day. About 1 o'oeik this ln otiaia g ieg th fsoremoet peropellg n.]joi_
mastearto awards the rave..soldier. *a again see on At.l and'1. 'Dolonitethne ii(mee fit a 'mnMtalone i greater atoppnIg, ba g aes he sW
anId sattrs by abosht hait hl the brown dark. measured r was wrecked by an ex o liol g power. T the '4 t. t
1 Intth nat i the serve aond rewards bhout 2 Inrhel In dlameterand rem tof dyliamite, plaCeod untdt teas end noe undtood to hl4ve b ell L ,
the engitheer sit fer of the nae y by ed a sepall crater, 'le ,object In of tl building. The oteupatat woee by Otas. A. P ses, Rh amata *4 to
ving them ss.taniative r ahl to ielte In position with a hr il from their beds bt es ma who has devlOd tm
aI Pama, Panatry lae, Au t previouly Necorded crateret, 'bbut la InJsrotl and made it l ttttbe i imS set of
ian' ies thtr r ee apparently larutry A reward of $500 has beast oe tion of eee)ety atti the ,,i ekl i e to
at .--'shtrmen lpt a th Ru. enewl tla y e the ls tfew for the rrert of se gui. p t s ti set. of of Nnlta tile and War tts A priee. bat "i
lnsa n'rstner amr realeng from the daCo pveals the condlneed existence Omleetse of the Woodward Etrom OUt special arrangeun st aW teM s detlIs sgtia
Grmby stOhmer Vaseneutl a t M oerocco. the feature. which now eleasrnree pasty, w lh operate .1io Delogaitt, for the Vleitorta'ml ptaelbhstc.het. mgrggg
mieatcu,. Two, Moro 8 m other tiny era. aeino.s that much altootis; has by reversing poet. eqtil to fthat I
-I I 'T tests and a dark spot on tme floor tirrd St nights near their miss.e her foir1at1 ppslintg power ba e wig the
INT)[It ENCE MUST STOP,, of the Pllto. not previously reported. recently aa they hbltevr to iatimidate Rmparted to it, a visg lS almeit Is.+ Koewstt
also are ennsunced by Professor Plck. the nonunion men. The waer ad1 slant arrest it tie steamer's fgrwart dr ail *5
Sadlannd tlls Russia to So Notify qer' erips. of laety-hlhek company's mixes at is tio nsad L. e4'd backlOg is 0550 for tells t~od
S Loadm A ust 26.-The Asesociate German Veteeans Held iet nlosin by unknown part tes. .i member, each on a sep1sate l tegtbh
iPr narei that Amasssador Ienck- Sit. Esis, Aueuswt 28-At a'meetilne -o.. .. Of shafting. : 'N J N a'
here that the cruiser whith overhatated a etablesresm wea setnt to Emineror Wli. St. IwetO, Wworld's Pair i"c' lews. Ate. wireless stel1gtspb apparaties hnd will depst)
'the Brttich steamer Coitelan ott the htim of elernany teenshelrtng to him gtut l0.--The tnattnosi contenlion a enary gi wsomplete prtletlng optith t1: pas.a, 1
soitheast roast orf ape Colony,' Aug. "the escthes.'lasltc homage" of tha Q the Psl OtI% ntl 'Oeneral ftatertMlty Was tWtn decks. Thlb. aimE isesti Sanitlpgo E
IL was pthbablby. the Umotensk, tol mans. Drr tewald, the imprlale com. called to Odei.t today bY A., 0 rlell; I,5006 nd she is espee 1 ed to dvdelIp Ini4nded p9
eaplaihned op the supposthton that the front Uermany, who 'addressed th by Dr s. E1drelge Prur>@'.-of e ,t lAndss -o!tIiitg l o'
de4ders telegraphed to lcr by time Se.- veterans at ih eColleclslon of his w. S. A. Itens,' of 'lotlvill, 'and J. J. Swolde. in Wifss Preonee whie fa
piq1 sa.dmirklry after tIe Msalcea at. sarks, called for thre chee re for ICas. Jones, of Cumlberlanr1. Md. A r eane '3ldorv. Iowa1 August t. |( sCllit4 Ohlle )
,tiw-r called to rt ch her Oomipy aer [ peror astd l'reaitdent Rooaevelt. which il dlseeusson ese called thitih by thd bhi wife' t bo t e hck yard std bid. rsilwayel. 11
P, ', oea to lake renewed m feasteres to "Iochtr n Dr. P. JameS, of San 'Fanislaco. I S prominest speculator and staph mat tdeee, WI,
ei, tat the Smoletisitk t'eteles orier .------ piae ~ pitol to hi hbead sad is' thi called Ia I
de d e se the examn-4tlo 'of neuntrlI Manuhactrerl Dead- I dieridiasn Cometits Stitld.. fteaecee of 't h laif fatetitig wop ea. g L


Olpe. It is exppoted that before lea Philadelphia Aucat 2- iia t os Augst 26.l -A mnbs sMp pulled the tfigelr, seeding a bullet *' maiop ,6"a10
SM I for tie south'l he I tSvaatopo'l and Wetlhtman. a member of the'firm of posed frontm piesr frSound. in the coat crashing tolll his brali. .e die H, fat r h1 hW
t'k ,eisk took o 0~ ttrd a large sup. Powers & Veightlllhmn manufaturting left lying o t'he bridge to e Prai!t moet thintant.'" 'No 40 u ii alivtm I Wbt' py
S$ olfptepl, thea enabling them in keep elrmeniste, died at, hils home In tils Mlotnmle'ick of W"ltar oifsen. I li,,, fr the ae's 'theer thianlt ilt l ppo.ed (idsa; t tAh
t 1 w a ithot ovia s g a prt whe re klty ti ;ay: agand a1t ywtil" Mr;. 'Weight. ootmmited ,ntie ta b leapA e t w eaue of dtelet eit tro a atchel fl
O'l 'r' d be delivered4* i 'a s o ''nen a e ti mna a ii s osehe of the weal thie men '.r fro1 1 'W' I, Sdl i i tr o e t00 s i oiple With tmihfrtunatf e in pio lti iilaes ~.ti n
l'4 'I l" 41 lrttih atttberl i w tlt e dt it M tl rdlphia i roti one tef the eart',t tIn. slie ippil r ,er. *at qitv, w h aw Se 'Uody left a Stti to h11 0e4fO F, S |w
I + Set 'it' the eecli1atory pDoly they Md luadi owners of tI to ts itst hu mas s l.ts tiis's ti lse sal i1 but LtieR In whiob 'be 's&N hs triotbla kn e RSa i
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,I npoels (a oplt one in ah number) are by the most brilliant au-
thots of both hrmiploheres,'.
Its short strte are ,atohlIes-e.aletn nd full of human interest.
I poetry overini sthe entire oeld Of virse-patho, love. humor, tender-
noe-li by the most popular povts, men and women, of the day.
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1EARANI DAY

mnlosn Will be ROs Prom AU
"t-.e .t DwiusYt
A VIRY ILASORATI\ PROGRAM
WIll be Arraogpd by Lxeurlson oem-
nihte 'if 'the BIa rd of Trade.
OQwmmitte Appointed to Sollil t ub-
14crpti bn From Public.
There' is a ldermnlsitlon of the
"Soard of Trade to miake the day set
apart for grand gala day, 8filember,
6sh. one of great ihtportanes to the
eliy, and one whiah will be remember-
ed by (he vilitpr and eltlwnle for somte
A a h been stated before, several
*efoea to get the balrd' tbrls r durleI
the past few, weeks had falled; but the
arIcle published In The Suan of Thur.-
day morning etatinl the imporsnace of
a raeetni, ad, urging the board to
omen together Thuraday afternoon in
order to arrange a program and edm.
plete he arranremens, had the desired
elfet. Through Chairman MoArtheir
of esoursion comnistiee, the meetinlS
was requested at '4:s o'clock, and at
the appointed hour there was a splen.
did representation of the business men
and'eitisens comprising the board.
Among other busies translated,
,prlnoipal of which wan the intrvae-
tion of the eeOursion oommittel i to
arnas'. a program at onee, a commit-
See OomprJatng L. .. Hmith and M. B.
8auodmr was ppolitsed to soli0oit sub
aeriptidon from merelhant and oIlti
seas for the purpsne of ralslag funds
tode ray the expenses of this oceaslon.
Thepe gentlemen are hustlers, and it
goes without saying that they will suoe
oeed In' trying a sufflelent amount
without trouble.
It is proposed to make this a red
letter day for OGalnseille. The rail.
roads haveoonsented to extend special-
ly low rates from all poitat, 6a4d to
advertise the pala day, publishing the
program of 1xer(ises for the occasion.
It ie anticipated that large crowds not
only from the Immediate violinity, but
froi"P every Iectlon of the State, will
enjoy the hosplaglty of the lailnee.
ille people on that dsy.
The exousitons to thil 0ity on Fourth
of July and the program for that o-
calion, which wais arranged under dl-
reotion of the excursion committee of
the Board of Trade, certainly demon.
atrated the fact that such day% are
profitable, as well as enjoyable, and
serve as flue advertising for the city.
It is intended to mIake this day the
greatest by far that Usineiville has,
ever had, and the orowds will return
to their homes well pleased.
S. A A AL .- i.


DEATH OF A GOOD MAN.


Jodge A. C. Beckham, Veteran of Two
War, Passed Away at Waldo.
'rThe good people of Waldo and vi-
ltiity are grieving over she death of
Judse A. C. Beckham, one of the oldest
and most highly respected citizens of
that town, which sad event occurred
at his nuome at 4 o'clock Friday morn-
ing. At the time of his. death he was
surrounded by his family, several rel.
atives and friends.
While the .death of this noble man
a been hourly expected for several
weeks, the iuformatioun iieverthelei
wa received with a great deal of #or-
tow, for he 'was loved and estecmned
geneerally for lgoodnes;. lu has been
for the patl two months in a' helpless
condition, and for the p1at three or
tour weeks has not been onabled to
take any uourishmeunt. Possessed of a
wonderfully strong constitution for one
of hi age, however, he withstood the
battle, iuitaiing life fur a long tine
under the oircumsitanoes.
t*lasceds..was sevent)-twoyears of
age.lIs jWasborn in Lanoaaster couft-
-Fty. *-8.+ -',u- moioved. to 'uFrlda in7
14911,where he ia 'since resided. lie
Ws OW a vet4ran of two wars, having
Sto'ght in the Seminole Indian 'Wart, B
art.'of .the time" under comliand of
Captain J, p. p Johinson, 'At the
0l" of that iampaigu he returned
.o Adlhua county, where he lived a
li e of uietulue4i i.til hostilitles were
delared between the North and South.
Sh again shouldered hisl nmuket ilI de-
'," n oif hUi country', and rendered ez*
S n e andifalthful service during that
lloody ooalliet. Jist prior' to the
oting of ihe'OivlI War he was nmar.
id to i Margairet 1. Boring, with
whom he lired happily up to the time
of his eth..
"', **ei iwas a prominent Maion, a.
iseenber of Waldo Lodge. lIe was. ,ao
t'memnberof the Uetihodi.e lthorch,
*' L' e iuueifal will be held 'fron the'


.R. MecuLLAN I

Undertaking Co.



Funeail D)lrectos, aid
LiUcesed EmIbalniiels.
Miuuraetwore of und. aller. ln,
l9t are Framoes, Rubber itamp. Art
l404, 'phealiler). Eastman Ko-
Hs tl'ierr- Mil Phlntega.
ple' r' lupplr..
Orders hy Telegraph or Telephoioe
will rewly plreMpt atiethiies

rlidepee at Waldo at 09 o'oloek Ihit
morning, Rev. Mr. White of the
Mthodlst church oftficlatin,
Ie"eiot d Is survived by a widow and
one son, Juseph J. Beokham, to whomt
the sympathy of the community is ex*
tended.
PROMINENT VISITORS HERE.
Railroad Officials of the Atlantic Ooaat
Line Visit Gainesville.
J. W. Oulinger, superintendent of
motive power, and Captain E, Ueffeken,
master ar builder of the Atlantic
Coat Line with headquarters in 8a.
Tvnnah, were visitors to Oaieisville
Friday.
Captain (ieffken has bete connected
with' the old aivasnnh,. Florida and
Western railway, which was tOe orlgl.
nal Plant 9lystemo for the past thirty
years. e lis well known throughout
Florida, and has many fried i ,thli
section. ',It has ben a long tlm lines
I had the pleasure of visltig, Raiaseso
vills and my friends here," he r,
marked,. *"I am ertianly marprlad,
but, gratified to note the rapid growth
and hedilhy oommenlal aondltiop of
your town, but it 10 no more that one'
could expect, when loeation.t et,, Is
concerned;"
Meesrs Oplinger and Oedoken de-
parted on the noon traiI for High
8prlngs, where in the afternoon they
ins ected the shops and company prop-
the Baby is Qutlng Teeth
Be iure and use that old aud weli-
tried remedy. Mrs. WInslow's Sooth.
ing Isyrup. for children teething. It
aoothes the child, softene the gums,
allay all pall aures wind oello and is
the beot remey for diarrhoea. Twen-
I7-flt cents a bottle.



CHANCE


.OF A..


LIFETIME!

Before moving into
the new Dell building
[ have decided to give
everybody a chance
to buy goods at Red
Letter Cut Sale,

Thursday, August 25,

to September l,.

My $1 Shirts at .. ..... 69c
My 50c and 60c Shirts at. 41c
My 25c Undershirts at .. 19c

My 50c Drawers at. 41
My .25cSoexat.,... 9o
My 50 and 60 Sox at.... 390c
My 25c Lades' Hose at. 19e
0My 500 and 60 c Ladies'
Hose at .......... 9c
My 256c Straw Hat at. 18c
My 0c ... i
My $I $1.25 Straw Hots 78c
My $1,50, $2 l.00


Everythfixg will be mWarked l Inpla
sgi r evprybdi y their r owee salemmak.
TEMsI SiTRItITLY <'AtiH.

LJ. j.BURKHIM


lrld si i4P!n lA ., ,
Pash @iop Was, Pine lee Pllti(
w* P.m*,inapr WB di : **
ogip ....O...Od POed
Areno, AU. i.'--Y00t oPor0Mpondebl
las, Jut rterinod frol ,I stllondld,

Mia*l ,il5t0R, .:n: it he(
Iad o nesw fraom thri~pae r een h #
The pesob ohop wet esaptlonablt
Hinethisloy ar f Hendaerlo *hip.
peo ov r a.Oix)earmate 'ld lost ait 1it
ltxx) front their taetjn9f t ripe to
6ills before hoe u otll !et hlpl' to beak
theipi. Hlliee., is m tlraesin iglar rgi
xroweri and several haiT been hei so.
look at land,
hie, armn are buHn ep o ikng bltos.
Tomo meuh rais hma dmsht id the
orpp some'. but there will ba aboat an
average orop .gtheri. 'Theo sor rop
is good, The nay rop Iu Mthreor nar.
'otatoea lopk well. tad aowrbe ory ml
onesr lr being' mari ed, Huglhs
eManre od if' any of lone read omhe
nloy tor *ae phwey fl*do mulyb yen
ag tot" saise Shejean .114 ready Ibwrs
here. a I '
irs. F. P. Hlenderom left yesterday
for ai extended vsilt to o0rth (eorgla,
Mr, and Mrs, Diek Oathesr, are hap
py ovor the arrival of a flne boy at
Their h oome.
from a visit to Lalkland, Florida.
b ind .f 1iter FP~ht.
"Two physlelan had loafn and
stubborn eight with an abso on a y
right lung," write J, F. Hulrhe.i of'
DePonIS, S., "and gave ome e up.
fvIryb ody bought my time had some.r ,
As a ast( raer1 I tried Dr. KIn' Noew
DioOTery for *PaMnumptlon. Thb he001
fit I Ieelved wa1 *tuikiu e ag d- I w
on ty n nofeet in w days.,' p 'Vow., v:
entirely regimned my balth." teison
queg all qouIbs, nolda ud throat ld


IWO .i i 611fo tceS: ld Nod.
kung t .oublmes. ( panrt' ,t by t l
dru stories. Pri ea, i, aelrl Tri i
bottles free.
Two Srethl*,5' V Or 'd.,
boyi, Minx fffMp, Cartaer,'o Comerl
Miil *Frmnl~l^le itle,,'weire tlrwno4e!,,
while Iathing at ail .cipek .Wcdii I5
day. The uitmangqt, otis..whO was 1.
years old,. got LIntto deepr ww ante d n
could not swim. Hi" birother. W w 1. '!a uii 4 .hls saw that he* boy
was drowningS andO ,et toe t rsccue.
The drowning l, r I ee l boh arms
around ,ho nc .Onck of h tl'u wo who
was (ryinl to laivr his life. and both
boys drowned. '


cOur*s le tIo ca.
Re. W. Ia. Rilely, L, 'L. 1..Ouba,
New York.writes: Ater f ien day
of eoeruolating pain tfrom liGtt
rheumatism, under various treattneats,
I was induced to try Ballard's aow
ulnlmeutn athe first applications gi0ln
my first relief and the second entire
relief. I can 'give it unqualified "d.
omnmendation." 2 *6c, 60. l.00. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.
Notice of Teachers' Examination.
Ait examination of applicants for
teachers' eertileiates will be held in
this oity beginning on Tuosday, de,.
telnber 6th, 1004, at 6 o'clock a. mi.
Applicants will be required to supipl
themselves with legal cap paper, pen
and ink. An examination et of one
dollar will be charged,. *a heretofore.
Uxanilnatlon of whites will be held in
tile aciaodie hall of Mass Florida Bem,
inary. and that uf colored appileants
i unUnion Acadiny.
o a W. I. HoUiWAT.
County Supt.Pub, rnstruetion.
(alnesvill, Fli., Aug. 1B, 1904,.



ItDUCTION





H having


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Stck of The

Thomias Hard- .
ware and Seed d'
Company, we
will for the


Any Goods in the Storei t Cot.
The stse mumt b pe r duc d sw is tp
time to buy Fuirlitull, l tle,
PaTe, or antHing lla er

T F. THOMAS


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PO, l 3o 10s ,1"0 6i
*' .1000 .y^r'Bmme,0*r,'
10 lay price io 0, o. 800d '
000 Yards summer
,oss /.liw'i umme:,

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vemher dlt


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SijgS Ko BBB| s i wrmt the
Pstoag.g hoes. wee totally destuvy *
M All e orte to e t(e I re
fettle aer 5 twt menp DaF1rrwl escaped.
T 'he lohe wftl be about Sblok*** wait
lettithh bUwt tealp a ora the I~i


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Th. e ot l ia4 ohe ne o4, au rtieplt s. .
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fro ak" bo ta va ult. 6ll *.v mhoneg
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Anteng the rilt in the Sothi and
Oha ioesees of the *R*iAlAry for the

e proep for the ooflng *eaton
as Mies Florid SemTinary are h1e
brghle In the history of ihl1 Inl*--
tln. The sup~,rii eI dflt i*d his
asuiata se* pow busy putting thin*$
SIn pe forey t oppeBl, u which wll
se e on Septmber' 3
iver, slTv hundred oataIue have
boon set out the past thre weeke in
respooSe t1 dire; lninllrel, This.
number of personal requsts exeeds
Ib fifty per cet any previous yeat. In
ddltleo to the regular nmillin lit (iof
the ehool hundreds o catalogfuem
have bieen et so parties whose npawe
klav been handed In by students 61a
e-tudelent of tho temlniry. Lett. rs
from the younI men and ldies, who
were heIo ipt yesr indiece thot they
Sare hord at work h dveutial the morit
of theb loll.R Over 6n1ity pe rent orf
,iela e ar's indaneo will return.
A', *A mn r bl. fa t Ii te, lquirt Ie
rwll, thisl Iyewar ;is the olinblr from
h 0 Norh osa Wp6t. It osl e tao re-
dilee slt tbe reitealr will show' over




twele ie reilesend pl ell er.'
Thalto 0rt- fudearo, -
'Tih rd of the keqniarl, whilh
i the oh ete Iollegs in the 8tate, Is a
good one, The roe wbho hove gone
ut fro I this hool aie h dve odianoed to
pic eof honor and ren.poilbllity iu
Sil State". Amt e t-ho who r"esived
tbeir tmeln now proosup ient V ordonI of Jlahs.u
l oill ay I e e mnitlonde ho eral 0. '.
Latolt W. Kpr onll, Ubperlintndent t
a ditllion of thel southern Epre so
COMpIay, 0ol. gon ShaIylor, judge.
elect of riap nI rlen urt o Judge John
Doliget, enrIud d of sh erinhimual
Iourt;i ;he lrties n,," wtrlng llowo,,
Porteo and Lylseh, wholesale met.
lanuts DoplIsi haye lor, and toct0or
IA. Y. H. IThoms.
ulty for the oumnig *seaon that will
mmpar favorably with the veary beat
'corpl of teahprer in any school in the
South. They are known and .their
abililt reeognised, as evidenda from
the fo6 that they are now holding po-
pItioni of responsibility and honor In
the loading oduoational bodies of the
Ialso$ from *whih they come. Amonolg
Ithe members of the faculty we prd
the ex.president of Uordon luititute,
.*xlty euperlntendpnt of Macon. na.
ez-pmrdenuilt Georgia Teachers' Ario.
SiMon, present preident of Georgia
s* s ci A tion, preIdent of
State Teaher' Aseoiation
ad Preident of Florida Press Asso.
Sglatnion,
The 8uerlntendent of the Stiinnare y
0ol. J. M, Pound, lstandsin the fropt
| a kot 8outhmM educators. Ha Is a
SaIU of splendid execulve ability,
s0holarly attainmints and of many
yeaft' experience In the work of col.
Il giate eduealion-for thirteen years
the president tf the U(ordon InstitUe.
,u for earhe e city superintendent of
Maeono Oeorgla, president of the state
I"ndoutrial oSchool foro irleat Milledgo.
Ville, Georgia. The t-rustees areto be
,'ongrstulaied upo 'securing his ert-
-.'vlee., w
Prof. Oliplant, a bow member of the
faoulty, is the presdunt of Gordon In.
*itute, 'BarneolVihle, (Ga.. and preei.
dent of the Georgia State, Teaohers'
'AMoc1atIoun lie'iseqcoognhired as oi,
Of the best teaoheia of Mienltflo sult.
jests in the South.
.'i se Wimberly, n new member of
' fii'ulty. also hail' from Georgia.
aISe wll' have ohkrge of the depart.
Bent of 'elo0ution and .,prepiion,
,et worK in She: chautaju )ta h5 won
her deserved high reputations.
*M'ajor Floyd, tCapt. Lynch, Prof.
p!ll|man,..apt. MoBeathl COapt. Brin.
Coo, members of last year's faoOlty,
have t~en re-elected. 0 ..

In chatgc of Mile Mhyacy, 'e experi-
aeet" id ,pratical ute0ogrepher, and
1t Present the omelial reporter for the
.< o f acon. ." ...' ..
'"Tl ieammeoeial department ot the


Seool i being placed upon a sitrongr
i th ever before. The banking
depgruesr atd bookkeeping' depart.
t1wihl be *onoierably olarged.
The department ol telegraphy have
th I Ws 1 41- "ted t ith toI ea1
dehs In thla eity iad in this w'ay 'the


4"- 4. 4

,DIZZINESS~
tad


5*ee54


99e Btriome i ShMa t
MIwo W., W \.


imlh w iier. aww w ,y aeuwit~
a nd was dl m.W." wi ew U= I
tho AWSf -0U. buVtg Mr -O. -N
nrtueaawe fi* M- tam W! i.n0
ar um. was tiS-., 4W
T. riM.on of so pmany fatt Ur to
iUmre o~hI siollar to tihe bove is th0

Ioie he e o*e.s
k t oommOnly
recoglniad oN belin ouamed by atarrbh.
(Ctarrih of one orgean ir exaoty bth
same a eutarrt of any other orga.
Wlhat will oIur*e trrh of the head wi
alo0 curo oeairrh of' the polvio org.io,
Perntm ourte thoeau timse simply heoSUe
.It ire the altarrh.
If you have !.tlirrh:lI at gao. into
10r. Hortnau, gifvlg as full" *iatemout o,
yrour eis, and he will be ploamsl to give
you hig valuable advi ogratis.
Address Dr. Irtmin, President of
The H0MtMaa farmanum, 00onba OQ.


rtobs Westere Unlin Tsiqtsph $954
< pry Cf Largd ufns. 1
Atlants, Aimul 8-01 01 'ph' Lf.
B J.r.. a itt aboxut 4 Yoear* of;
as' nnl s ':, of J, II. l~ ~y, of I ,lt.
ja, T '., Is n w In Uie poiloe cinsedi.
Is'- s r'6n *t il'pc hla'duqi ttr5 U titsn.
'tn. i' p Kiai'nrd rhurar wlth siih
it mf.(oderlttr with 1. ,. ipack,
tr;i<,irly of o illds I tt IoNinig fthe
W1tii 'ro ni 'I' Te'Kvraph pr, ny iat
A n ,,l lawAey wist rream tlet tki
A. R;Pni lritm u hi i Ofi e aO lhi" b oy boeigl rl ietulero le .A ,
P Ranil1hh ll. wen carrld' to poltc
h-e 'Itetrtrr arnid IlAnlt.I ati i u'Il. b>ut
re ,i i-t chl.f L i to placie him un,
.tlo i4 u ti in wi"rxmon. the
chlit iaeld in tric'nrl- o Wtht,h bl re.
\ t I'lih-itIlonle Wi;?agoat was r.eltveed
T i,," lit jkhit b0 (thelf let rIt fron IL,
01. 1Kil iht, "voilt of Itilic it I)lS M.
gl\n a ua' 'i.tijtln .if hAney %n4'
aIil. i tIti t w. bi arrtild, tithe cbiRTleg
l Ih hi Il l.41avy (i an ctleid of robtbitn
h1,v \V,.tiln U'ihiai Telegrapli m-..
pany 1h 14 $ lhiltek. awa from the City wltltil
him lt DIalli t or money. Ind l41no-
Wl*'ivti thl> Dulnt> lack. whea IIai
did nut lavi aoly nlmney on depolst.
Tbhe chvarsti' Is that In this way the
Iaipne) 3.1h Iithlld Jlaki, who Ia aboimt
.I21 year nf egoe. are chigoeId wlth
filrhlin ts11' oWeotern Union nt of
Abowt 1 ;3O1).
haney fI Ilitngr held M pollee bhiad
4tiart*oits atpi( nottiva4ttI in'w the
hIref' of thit Dilis' iolte
C68T(.V PNSION ROL.LS.
Just $144.711,.77 Absorbed Durnagi the
VileI Year ....
Wiu l Ingtmi, 4uagts ,--The enauU
reiiwt of PrnMlotun t('oiImlttoper War
coverrig the f linsal y r Mned June 1i,
190. w la mdot pubit by the activer,
secretary of the interior. The report
,howu, that during the year Ue cost
of ? alnt.tilni the pon kSto aMeti St
the g(v The anpiopria.lon for this 1jrp WA
*1 .Ing 2lS living ta unexpended
Wmlance biy 'he pentlonw' rarue1 DIu
Intg dhb* isime perol t49h.1 penalmg wore irmit froM the tlit. 0f th--


Investigation of Scuppernong. diath c lmc-l. 43,20t, of whom 31,t$0
The (Unittd State Departmeit, of were 'Idit, rd 30,071 wing voltUteerO
Agriculturee Is investiating the Boup. of the civil war. The total number
pemong Igrape with a view to deter- of .psi.4mer*1 ,o the ,rol'. as toe',
mining the' ost varietiesl., ehibod of o'PIl y thbe reipartli h 7201.3. oldie.
culture,, prunlugi tranin.tre as well 27::841 whlI.w. asn dependolts, id
as the uses is whitli the fruit can b1e Ot. army unreas.
puta One of the features of this In- The report refers to the prder ia0
veotigatlon whiph ie considered of par- sted by the eammisaloner March 10.
titular importance is the loatting of last, in which agie la ald an leytodea
vines of this type, either wild or in of disablIIty. and saysthait three i
eultisvtion, that are known to excel In onno half nutmths 'of its operatiti only
produtictisrivea. e 84s elcolor0r quantity I per cent, or 28,06 omt of the 175,
of fruit, or in some other important 000 prl.os,,rs, have asked for ta.
apiiular ereaw under it terms. The report
In this, onnoetion, the vtltourlat sas the order Introd.t es ,o new
of he Bureau of Pi t Indtywho principle, and "I1 in the dirt liae
th. work in B hargue, will be ad to o economy, as It certainly to t the
has line' of prebcedont." Lessthouit I r
receive reports on euch vines from per- e nt f approlrltlon of .$1M.O
sons who know of their existence ta- o Was tied to pay claimants tnder the
ting the faf regarding a the Indan the ortr,the i blance being turned ba h
points of peoiinl merit that have been into the tre asiry.
observed in them. __ ,
Correspondence regarding such vines The Best Health Culture.
should be addre8sed to 0t0o. U. Ilue-. No poor man ean afford to bothIr
mann, Vitieulturist. Bureau of Plant with any of the experimental health
industry, U,. 8. l)epartmett of Agri.- fad He I too bay makingaliving
culture. Washington. D. C for himself and fail, and whehbe is
The departmmu -wll upon.1plPies- afi Aied with bad du i old or
tion, furnish spelial mailing oxe land develops catsrrhl I the divee reaull of
franks withwich ipeealmenI of eholtes varieties 'es be fOrwarded to the viii.. something soseri-ous, 'say ostiAlap
oulturist for examination, without cost ilon, proetratee him or any memlfer o
to the sender. hil fami. Oer p lup o ln n
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.oln.ny I o, i t ] i '. ,t ,f bleor?, Johnson's. $ .
P1- It it oah-t th at Is l['in wr i its iin a N au y $
tN lioltor.rIee y. Jo.bauiy. Itoton St leo Suda Q Dspite AND s
Truian ript. l of the .ost~ibltly' ofr Sundto op e
... yi. I ng w ich have beet' prnited bweld.,
Van X.-Why ofiletgo Ie Into the et of i a dlared by h 1 s C Bll
ap builnes I )4e Q,--To upean t rprOt'tit lw. of the eitpa 0ep money, of couse.-toiettlt .'P t n'y (Ltti uC<-hit a nglethm is ltueolibte - -- AND R UIR, --
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...:.A. "4 Air Lin4e Raiw4" Wedn.,
da .. . m..*.1, "day Auguit, 3lst
The Greatest Medicine Wonder of the Age. oy
Its mareh tist been a riumphal one; 4 '1 Ure1 are q pent, and all along the routf where is hao Ite introduced the wy Is n.-1 ," ll g Als,
*(ron d by deivoees who 11i4 no greater delight than In sling ...
pralt Is a Remaedy itI titeag hes ders A A laes re pl
'y*regular strain on or bao'sOie ptw
and weare wilitg to rtpt th verdict with the itiseons of liatsjeburg r 4td.2
and invite you to write any of them as to the virtue of the medlealn 1COLUWMBIA tiekete sgod rturnlig
and ourstanding and responibility. by regular Stains on or before Deptlae
ReOemtbertthat litter Applee Hitter lI a liver and kidney remsidy and iernm
that i4 has iroiughi titoent eureltn ith most stubborn eaie o i
I:f yourtrugglts doesn't'handle 1B.,A A. I.w. write us. TfttKt* ln.n ri JAC......

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National. StatR and Conrasim
*I TIket 1904.
Prpldeidtail lfctotf.
0.. .uffm--Frankll ooueiti.
0lo. K. Robiuon-A-Marle-on county
too. H. Holimetli-etralv oouS i
U. A. W. Wondell-43ldden sooun
A. M, CuShtban--Atahua eoungy,
For,OaVmor-llofa. M a. Mlof
la e, HIlebojr.O
Beeretary at O iate-lJohn F. Ho
Attorney Oenral-Frod a. Cubb
1g, Levy.
Coimpiroller-J. L,. 8klpper Poilk
Treasurer-4. H. Bretlsfoid, ,de
8plerIletndenl or Publid hilnr
lou-W, .O'NlDal. OiAnge.
OpnmlMsioauer of Agriculture-.
K otwllj, PutnoamI.I
loho i 8ts Jhn..
JtfItl" ~ uore Court for fCrm
elsfea 8--W. B. Shepplrd(E Bamb
Hr ee "p hmte oourt-s 8.
Si8. Adamo.DUval.
; P. AIItell, Duv.
SOongr.eIlos~ .Ticklt.
first l o greoionl Disrioet-.,1
a,4by, Hilliboro. ,
e6oad Qongl reilonsi DiIstriet-.,.


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fallJ o a1! on< mea whe In Ja.ckonvplle
ANE. Ia LYI lJA IVIs.
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)DE.TAL JUORON.,
410l Ill )' 4t the ld thr atc otio
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Ofaq ih Miller 1a S obaoge.

CRYSTAL SALOON,
Frk Usdlnqr., lPrepo
a k leouvtlle, "iorlda
Ile. Iwaported und Dometio Liquoost
JuA Win0 In. the ilt. .


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for t rle TODAY,






JOHN 0. MURPHY,

SAITHER A BRYAN, iSt.
TAVIPA, lARIOUA


WORLS lAIl I


Via L. iN. I.

xisurtion thketls uow on siae
from Gainesville slto. Louis"
tarn.
IW O ..... .. Re 11r11 ihtltl D0I
a .. .... R(urn liit $) r
t o, b. Return limits" l|
.orrespouding low aitet frOlM
i9, e(Th L. & N., is the he ili
For ragte, sehedulee and ileqFin
rervatlonsi apply so
J FL PL"ttNO.PA. Pans
3X W. Bay es. Je.ksozvill.
0. L. arONE. .: P. A., Loutivill.


Ilnois enil
RAILROAD .,
DIRECT EOUIT TO THE-

St Louis Expositi
TWO TIRAIsM iAIL,
I co wi'ilea with. W. A*. It. L.
SN., ( 4. & M. I, 1t'y. froii Alauml Ia
Lv. A lns ; ai.. Ai. sA I i r~L; .0
THROUGH -SLEEPING CAl
--FROM-- r'+

i8eorgi, Florida ad

Te IsorO e. I
ROUTiE OF THEFT VAMIOU,4
DIXIE FLYERS
c a i rtr ho1 ih tl i l mtl thie n a w n e t 'lig r ol
Atllls t tO i1. Izlt-. aTh' 1 ';! vf.r .' ',II01
Ville dall, )a | n ..1 o A t lllat. < ,,,. l
yOU lhb entiree lay ni.')t. ( il* d ta . '
" l I i he l, n il <-f(>(!>< ; i; l"
alo fO r bol 4 ,liowlk lia t o f t a >i '.II*II
bhuses,'ilttiltl. theirr.ato., ,t
FRE D. MILLER,
Traitlag al!(siisenger Asntril '
..1 bI Draw Betlldllg, ATltIrAT iA
ie ArMndot s Saloon.1 and

JaOkolnville. ,iidi a

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Mir icaolldttr tih te ei ti twelve
wroot blir l titieI'd Wili' MltI 4t4i
,IOrm l Iso eI I 441 14` if Is414 1 Mii. t 011
Stylerls hi Uhe uther sed t ll t 10w It of
toa niallhth-ilr "t thert tomllifl ttIg Iel
foothlriI~lfl IP4W~' iittlmli, -44 1Ulf *154thl,
1 i ..fa"l di4'l i l loo Is
:tuiW t 0f l Ut i tih o ( i lt' wih l hull* t4
eletly lih; riltht .i(sdlty, TrIw rl1o
to *. lit hit, tr ilt hoff lsh ex cti holl;
or file 4lt4'Ir o1r4115 likte 114111 ollt 1t1111?
i0.4 To t h tiat f t o furmr,. If It oI too
I Mr for it, btroe lto' th rtl<)' or sol-p
orri lt41'.d l, w' l'l4 t W'i i''r i. unwtl. WliU
Hto "rleia hl'hl t'iniiolh lli ho 3 lnlir; ir
too s 1iall t will 'he.' to 'lltllg.' It a it-
1o rllileIIl fit" liMimgM olf fii wt-'1
iutr"1 tIe ihy11tA41alli f*0r h1s 5 buuiInO Iir cliti hlirally tli Iiirtith .
AS 't 1)1m 11i01%;1<'06', and t llo rw'i',
alhd to "neorsl itIlsiMIly tItoo 1ti1ntNal-
tU,. the Imrmin m whos Jtldlinet
deptenida the I1 of" tl'he bll' to be' at-
tafhIsed ImUtt In highly mkloled worll
ran. The lneis who l ti> la pirt of the
wnrit| have e1 lt lilighly pithl>.,
MiOt4? rmnrklliK **lIt( *l<'ert W11111 il
TOllow lilhe InL tlli< t<4'l lilit in lit-
pcrtiwv lIta thie ( king of tie Ill4tle
curl. iiolld thilaHlig. The ptro cs 11| Is u
t4)41le 4Uit o0e Call riovl t4Ihe ot'curacy
*of b 'at-,iroi ita'ir it t llo'$4 oMn cay
U1e satu inllhi' l The4lu , flIItI llits
I.l S 'itil by 3Int1rnillUg tlit liell 4 il n a
Ibt of oemeltring le ans ty Ibolll;
point by tti'c!hlnRi It to 5 *rtt'145ll ptpt
1, tmiln rslngi' '4t' lit tNolltg waltztr,
li4t4i rt SF lisre ide, a tho tuil a*t
the polnfs reai.lu by the mwer
ury nilStr tiite two tesites. q1 i tl"
,ipae bttwe~e Is then. inurkihd off
Ithf oo00 spne' for a ntttligrld h thor-
Kiultetr land 1440 for a Vilhrenihelt inr
rAniiintC tile oIlrklin .beglmentiig in
illI rent tim *tau at Bert pAM' t Intt.
to*ind at rI;Z jilpl tloiie tth bioilitf
'pint In OnI 0Ose o00 a in ia he other
213 HOrete thermn1uoioet&r r ao lapt
lSt dtertltast.l in rwthiwll' tl tihey age,
Weln; to s ltomlrlctton ithe llas of
tio bulb. The anIount of the I eror can
be determined by nlltalny i thie thils,
n mwitltnK to n and tllekin a 1str fort
th. new iwrlii. point. To lunre the
s lilrnscy .if thir.otlmetler tht in an tl
faitldrer4naiilily litai' tlHm for a yeWr,
ttleti them firo tilu W to tiew, -Nrow
Thrk' Tribu e.

WHAT THMY READ. .
Heogai wnas fund of Joke i Mo k and
lfarcte 1iit1 enjoy ti Jin |i miiiotsm'ltt'ly.
: iro, rth Creont teior, rtaud aiylhing
lye could Oblisln r tlalitlug o port O11
U"14iIl ag. pi 0 1. ,
"Pimlia tila'ti oik d stiirler, aCd he
tke, "rle "irei lov h itto;e is In sthei
* lls better.' !
( life, 15144 ntlilting 1it4 Ildi illlle 1 npd






ltrayer book. Is W... r study of*
SSwift iadea, iip hlt l .tis y of tcl.
Latin mutalrl tn and oImutitatd their sty'l
1a4d lanusUni e.h*
Da Vinct read Pindar and tlnugnbt
tll the 3Cnltt poet who ever wrote
I la ia.e .
Heist.o eldoti rud tuisytblIn hut
litriy, but he read tIlat with thle Uiost
gU!Upulnu attention.

Tott are ready enoulih t po lUt yohr
Ure at other pllie'r tnultl." tueen
UItoi Olieet lid to Clod, Olnoi of the court
J t t.r, "tidt )'ol liver 4o7 a waris
about tnlOC." "Ahu." ex<'iutlllp '" 4'i.u1),
"Wliy *oulld I wnste time ain remind
lit your uiJtety of your faul wleeingu
tlat ll arey a everybody mutl tih?"
1'nttih. stin Of trisry' VII i.'a foolt,
on' Nouif llil Irinlrluisin to demad an
,e g fotl .every tliiihlid who was dt-
satlijcsl With lil wife.. No ouer. bad
the king irnntdt hil re| licht thian
,4l4rt4h prueleof to ulemandl the fret
e*g from 1h1i4, tnylnl'g. "Voil, grace be.
botgs lu tiflt l f husbslnlii.Jndi oil
whoIn a I aii mtltliel to luko levy."

^lppslwee Ieleve In inore lwythical
.reu. r_. talb.luilrtolhar..p~uf>1)p th
*lube. cv'llte>Ol 5 5i:44., Alionl thet.
Sf5 e*5r~iHlttl '1(0) wo t Ion( 14lt(I liarip
01l40ig.tO sWillow Ul t'eielinint, foxex
with elIrht t, lees. uionkeya with tout
'm E .hni|d' l4e Wihit 't llui'nilt dit atltrlied
40 one oldy. Tlhtey allm, Ibtleve In thle
xZllteitu of at mrer144 whlajli, atter It has
HtlWt f(sc til ym, ytrL. he li tWi!t of. any
SlAetenanco eii 'w'pt wiltts',,.
ti5;44le'YEktd',1,4 *kar. TdlKsu,.
Wheels Mi".. uiu I4tqtl' pDblllhed he'
Slut.i ed to lIve lsanliiit,.ti in.ney!!in Nti
PM>t of) t~htf ,ileilln. and M, Taller.


*ftldM In ttt of sn eilditrly i ty. wihto I
On E te lit il l tliinii l 'ttru. *'Tbhe.
.tell me.t nl9il4it'. lhe' ln wt till" ie h met
bit. d"oit W, t 70iitp t t


i .ut dlt', iAm. w*hot 1. thw
,' 0'i4l cs ? 4t" ,weo'k ,, liate 4d Weeth.
t^, Mr: g W $'tii* ot: i$' D ^n0albe iu:
I het^ak. 4lwiat.: w~ t~i


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Florida East Coast Ry.


LOCAL TIE CARD No 56.
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In Effet June 4,1904


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PININSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL tTEAImIP CNco TISNS AT WAMI. '
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Utwe_ ?e1 tllssw i tIta st w*4iuMW ml*N b.e l *pireted ti arriTve add ert

Lo t Mlh wrm liO i lOA d-Otb t~atonk-10 a" pwwb
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The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower

L. J. BRUMBY, li"ltor ad PrOp*r
OCALA, FLA.

Oai Year .......
R *imijle espies ..:... ..... 10


A handsomely llltiirated .iulasil!
devoted espeelally to the intere-ts of
the fiatt Bad vegetable rowers of
Florida.
A epeolal trial *utoription of il
month will be sent on receipt of 6
eMnte. Sita aps akau




Faril~~mplments
N




Bought la Oar Lot. Sold la any
quantity.
-,
t. Ow. sat r Vataloas.

Baird Hardware Co.
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MAX KRAUSO8,
Representil g

L A. CO.,L &AOQI
WHOLESAlE SHOES
W10 Lt 8ll 8 11 Uo
O. Allr DiehMptleU.

Sola AgotI forlOxArC and h OTecv
EIOX qIuALTT ghwOe Every


pair warranted.

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Jacksonville, Flnrida.




Jau. Evlrerd'e Canldl Milt
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i Sletst nille ines *e atb s o' eent, he was
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imit, 14 days, W eek end, going, *
Saulrdas aend tundays, rwvtornilnt
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Moddays toilowll y, 5.1 ladsr. Ala eav
dalj lillnlOt onlyly orodollor, Leave
Gion Hille.v ad :4 . kine houri ns and the LateM t St
spriagle and beek same ds J1. J. FOLDE
HILL., li.nens at
The friends of U. eh Onham, styling
0ge1s of the Southern Eapireu Com.P *
pisaMn 5to1i,. will reret o iiarl W TH Ol
that the $ ondilion of the y$ so man, m atUh M a Ok a 1
who ii ulfering wih continued tover, -- .
was 6uqh that It beems nee*seo ry to eiad Fl..J
remove him tl th.k Odd Fellowi' tSln. FI de r
aritum. Is Is to be hoped tS h he will o
Improve moder the skilful ,air of OIR Locket to UT
tinursen 1 High rad (opie a
Harvey L. Hlutohinson departed y.C ijaTty.
teiday for Fort Loan. Kan., whtr h e
will 'peid i few weekfiwith Harvey has h" n- sh vim tf 1 % aN TItNE
vre oes of fetover, and ,oes Wet on 's I I 1
vasation with the hope that she ohane tA REVTAlRAIT.
will prove beaefloia.l to ,him. Hi
friend| wish him a pl ah4hnsojourn,
and trust that's he will return to his
heinoe ealirelyre@overed.
A Delightful Parlty.
At her comnortablb home itn Kaet,
Gai esville, Mrs. Oeorge I. Doig S oined he mOremntrs of her Sunday
school claM. a, well as the ntember.
of lhv Wvatalii>te Leaigu0 of tlh
Presbyterian church, Thursday, even,
Ing.
There wa a larg crowd preist; 1Dd
the ,evnlniV4 w0 paused in games, IMoo. M o soo fO t1 o j V0t,
menks weserv e ied anti 1i ehoedivest od 84 M S otA., OaW1p9#. laip
add pratly iienjoyed. 1 00 ainw K F VAM.
At .4 late hour the guinlp departed'd,
wishing the amiable hostess many ---
happy stuturs of the day.


biymonoon'l WonderflW 1.toor1*&I*
b W J. W. MoOolIn& A Oo.

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Undertaking Co.
carry Comp!ete Line of
Caskets and Coffins
Plitest to Finlt t PrmcS to Silt


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