Gainesville daily sun


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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
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H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday)[ -1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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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University of Florida
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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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S YLadies* aid men'u sho". low and A
AN T111.1 AlE 3 VWave high cut. .1 3anapre.
~YVPA.~fhCUIBuy your porch rockers frouua :'e. W.VIN W York !ckut and salt nley.
Oscar TIhagpila of Rochelle' wa iti
CMtilt- vit) ol S ne* aturday'
Iowa M__ He%. V A. flltshanuIntf it 3114a. ILO
it lo z"Wm. Asql.tVfmsk XFv'~ nopy wa iiite ci ytterday.______________________011100~ mom asoy W sotXc Ladie"' Patiama skirts In all the!I
AM 908A rn"r~l k~we: 1. NIm"ij U%5wW- latest Colors., beautifully nmd(e. lvry

I "wm m i i s own ip51svi eniii efwiiii We have a first-cs" burglar-proof W hy Be In Doubt P
j 1"Ulwisa %AU., GmWP42oo, vault and also carry burglar Insurance.
s*le me., PhfrSr. anes
6111111 IN K. It. Mood.% has returned from Ar.
3z3 ho Cer. weehhsbeneagdfrYou get your money's worth at Other inv~tody. -b te pet fw das pumbig Astores and sometimes you don't; but
4,~swi YOe pasW fey thes t@g ofl25byear
af wbtIt e ft oa k& Jt ks "I tsc.. Friends of 3rs. W 0. )iorrip6 will YO Krd N OW at th soe tht o u 25 ar sur
0WM z atI; F14be glad to learn that hr comditon of oodin a et thso e rtha ouaresufre
PW S 40M b5=&- AMO J.p Improving, after an Illness of aboutofGdHnsMecaiefr
*aM -Nostoe an had. Gt a et. ew tw ek.every dollar you spend with us.
Prime- Now Tyr minkt Lost--One pointer pup; color. liver
Bln @ orsl tti ofie ad white. Finder will please return
Dima leaes or sle t ths ~ to Mr. C. W. Chase's barn and will remeShlrtwals t ladles very cheap Julye 1th-A rah of Ch ap G oods
unft a" ~ b fi ima bt k wo "rc WOO J. huadr. Jly 1ba rear. L fesrt f111111111
ILr' e ti ekti a.1I J. asa .5 $7.60 for the round trip, GainesvilleArliesfsoptydontat
L~~ you v~ wat rawt monei worth to Cbretn tikt goo Arelturoning~eydono l
4L V. *0%MOf W"111111 Ws Is amG to New Tork Illsket. July 31. See 11r. Goodwin. long. Why buy them when we sell
of LwsmiiiI W. Jackson. Jr., of Ocala, Is In
-~~J N3mUI .. ulkIs vbiting theclttyoa&brW et IdsitohisPats- Wpiland- o paer of e will ofbtergositaotvanefgrs
at LowW. INe OW wre retailing in the Apri aends of h s aper oil giea Slack Voiles $1.10, $1.25 and $1.10
Si. Is ew metto. Galleaville market at is cents per of the above mentioned dates 'and 5 per yard.
-~ ~ bmea does. ent forthesecod.Black Taffeta Silks $1.00. 61.25, $1.35
7wd~ re to reut Aply To Let--Lower foor. four rom~s, AUl COPY for local notices intended
IN 380ft I ea.mis 11ffiltihOe Mrs. ClaPP, West Me- for publication in the daily edition of and $1.50 per yard.
1dS~ W m uy ow eal The SBM should be In the office not 1111
1110111111 um Twit Rehot. We have just received a mice fise latef than 9 o'clock p. 3m. preceding *Lre Embroideries. Laces. White Goods,
IL V101 TAT aty Smrelh This Is the weather for desired date of publication. LU ) WstgaDoedSissSlkPn
13. V" n as ahe a"Wft. 4W& J. Kamm" Joeh Shuford of High Springm Waltinges, orse d Etc.,il Pn
& I liiifi if a N m i m alb 0 1111811111 IM P M O In a Mya w as to the city yesterday. M r. Shu. -__ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ __ ___ ___ _N ..111111f Vt 1 o he left~ tive beak ad wleep soedlyr. Phi. for exetmto leave Moday for the B O IFU :FgrdLwsa O ad
Fm d b" PM &-jA3a f*111111 aiJaetw xpo~u n will prob- nFgrdLwsa 0 ad
&ai MR at~ If e s. omol tipewri ter ribbons. Ihnb oaei Wl~goDl Organdies at 15c yard.
OW atJ.s ~ o Amobe best the m111481et0, for mile at The Our custoeriN are always interest. EIN
tail." est hats going very lLtloZ shoes for Misses. children and Hoftsot ffymeoaliNo s ou litog ttleW men. Do' You think they ONE PRICE TO ALL.
r ti~a me Or dW bargin. J. Msaase. would Interest you? 1, C. Smith.
0 Have you Purchased a pair of those The Tamnla and Jacksonville mail. ~r FI.X V i ~ r
00___illUleWl dautV little slippersM for baby? We road Offer" rates to White SpringsM r .R il o
ow0ft- ftM Uail Tfs Walk have a complete line. I.. C. Smith. and return as follows: Tickets good
Qsw UlTia- M J. B. Halsley of Ocala, arrived going Saturday and returning Tues.
L C., Z.i.Tickets going amd return-.
,j-~~~,6 am to. & yesterday, and will be their guest of Ing Sunday, $~ h or fPbi z~rcia IT~UA
days.U~ e They may talk is cheap, but we i(eptii Tume4Iay. l#;tl i ust.COTN TA
ymniif oaw ow as vyorsai pntdtTh are talk skinned a City block when When It comes4 to sh(wsi uv. lire
4 8 M itVM 9W ou t 011 Il a v ffee your stCa or pr t t come to c b'iniims 860im g is be- strictly In it. New York Rtacket. I
1s10611116 ya ~__ 11161111 .l. Frst-clusl wprice i ourlt li*ving. but It yo are from M~so'rl Underwe'ar for ladies-w*. IRESTAURANT
We go &wo $1eIvrd esnbeprcsi we wil, show you at Gainesville 5 Irtigi hsln.J
Wa M d is*"' Uleth g mh Am 00111 1 0 wilW v o and 10-Cent Sture. J.F.Iutch made a busimu 'gondripr %e. to p~wt.e'.
J0~ o atna Bah hr -4nx;ti 68080011 (.v' l oc i ated %#.I Pr'.al
afts 0 0 d= ad lw WEve recuera t forhw Da c la w e of -- ~ - to Grasdi. P11ua ila couut'. yesterday. T
she wsl 4e#er t forln a" m coml ofks Ladies' fiue voile krts, elegitntly L. i ~ I u~ r
wo-* 10 Mf bdue oftlUS 4t Wou trimnwdl. If Y OU want onae call anidfiim hsee tak WIb o S D. 8beppard left yesterday for see us. J. )anasse. DINNER TODAY- JULY 14.
ILI 11101111aa h D. b wft here heor wouri sto thsunday V.KF~ [ .1. M(*'orni(ik and W. s. %I(. Soup, Fried Chicken. Stewed Sef
lob b Iseb ft a Oft. a ModyLow" FrApositiua. They twllb ab. reni and Cheese, Sliced Tomatoes
M ver lady is our citr should have CMoapd Store an Earth, sent several days. Steamed Rice. Fried Egg Plant
se oa3 1mb ofge Rof a Pakr ot our whit canvas oxfords. ______________ The man or woman who only has Ice Creamn, Cake. Coffee. Iced Tea
411146 OW eedW to bmagil We have them in jut the style she a few dollars to depost will be just_ k
bft IlorwE.I eisatrhslks w For fear that some one as welcome as the One with hundreds As good as any 60 cent meal in the
erladie-Do you ask for vanilla or do Phifer area, Bankers. City.
55 ~ .ma.yu skic SneiibomVaila frgt twewnttostte Weae elin orcrpede cins Plcefo Ldls GntemnAn




Partial Goovieriment Ownership of lthal M ANY HURT IN F#RECK i HOLD UP A FMLORE
Transportation Lines. Russian Newspaper Jump* on France
ir"ble'lagit'. July V: d-jolcio.", to 1114. and Her Ambassador.
:, 1..:: 13. -An open
TegiU Is Nis Ows Eckab Tli.1;110 f:,Iln %%,I Senk-Up Ocars es the Qaaco; Il- j Esgiew U a Ing of
\to t-tjo,:, iev% at, I iti!yraw-y i attack oil tile V.s..'Ich government stlil
M ore Jory. I Ivis: ill -J I., f,.l lot 1, and Cracent Auiliisloado, llsiiuliArit appeared Friirtriesd!% ; t. ip,-ti:i ii lli oicelii for i;.t utii.- I day Ili ine, Novot- Vrorn)a. which a

INIS STORY MADE WIFE SOB "(it" ""' 14 it" '-t it 114 04 1 :- t' 0- NEAR THE TENNESSEE LINEI w istek ago !)ewan, rvioleaing an(I tentaIDop.%t ... .%f tivelio contivinning the Franco-Rus- TABLES TURNED UPON THEN
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On Every Point Accused Man, Flatly ( f 'Itick On Account of a Work Train Failing flat; Attempt to Rob Freight Train Pop""
I Tl ,- slik:_-- ::.)n Ii..- oefen nation it. a It 1,% i;, )sid ',a, the paper In
Contradicted State's Witness-De. ,. *on, -illik ia All.. but vol-he, lier Pre, to Serd Out a Flagman. Serious this irim-tae I !a; its tile Abortive and Would- Be Reftorn Are
njills All Allegations Made Against' d. li't It, I % #.;I w(lillot adiiipt lilt Rear-Etid Collision Results-List of klevk 401 ;,4.%% 1)41*1 Captured After Autemobillo Chaft
Him. %fowch i4 so nviar y socialit-tit Victims. %% hicli 1 % i !:. .;, la ur (if c;o.-e re by Officers.
IL It- way %eii Ul hWir.i.
Doialiov. Idaho, Jiil) 13 WE.-aui D. It tia. bi-en slated, Iiow- sullitu'74:1. Ky. July 1:; -S*..%t, en T it- I-. fti'lic!itiod tit ititcyn- New York, July 13.-A "ring atIH&YWO(Pd t(X)I% Cot' Uili-, Tttll-"A' u- I- actuxll consliierilig D.L11 VAI :1 hil:l III A Wit-il, vi, the peratt, ard ht. sc- tempt to holdup and rob a freight,
winiti-;till In loit. ovAn And Ia bit( au-i that :1 1-; ilwo-n a.: i C #,.ctnt road Tmolliev rtout.'.*, 4.,fljtnjjnj -voi. I n for .%I. traln -on ths PillifflinlYlvasia road at
in, Irni ri% vai;Htlie 1,f .,:,, life and tit,-: Ila, I t .#- projil. ition it) bring th(io a :, (.: I!(. --tit ilii4) a Borilliard at St. it s;*-: Rahway. N J. I W" ramrsday fruswork- Ls a ;ea.ler of iiis uimeni rai.r. -I 1 Ito tinie by is",uring receltiers tia*i. iit-it: :..(- iinv. -Vact-es- to 11-t- po-inz of impil-It.l.ce treated by Vagineor William 8. LAwthat was into rt.,)t *I !.%- ae; tor tw rn. III, it- I. f 1:jIll -:1011il..1i tile tiolictil-iii, to be, ii,. It'l. ')I hati-101, of tile l4th')ASenied giW1 of tht. itilirflol.' f Fra;,k tit o -c-li-rnips fit int4i t-ach 4,11herl sadvi- in iii-4 ng tina-Led advice oil
3 s.lill This would-be robbers, four now
Stetinetil:p-g. ard t' e wanifiolu P( 1! AmIld be practically tin- 'I liusitiati Int in .: iXalroi, (if ililit, !. lie gro". were captured sonor &a antal.
charged I,., iin-t hini by Ilarr% or- I
pti- i1j:o. I ; I.,, tor-iiiernin tit to so,( ore (':1!- 11 M .;:Key. W lie lie prfue4 mobile cha.4*.
th e ;&: 1 pit i!., I, I k I q)f ritovvi to t. r ; 4 ir 10 N 11,?. f, It o t The freight train was appionchilag
flay"wood vil.i- :,-I;. ki:A CWI: 1% ilni %:iy rece;%ers a ft er S 1. M. 1, IA)%*"
", I Rahv6ay when the, ongloser saw a
with vervousr.v s m litri he '-It I Ilw arijoidUtt'll 11111111411 s it hod it B Vi (set ns it. otli-ial pro su and fit,- fiail- dillial 10 lIWP- When be did m go
"Ille of hl:4 .. and I% all'i 1 lithic, tat itv crest in tl;#- rai!riad It Y: N. 1% V- 8 0 311 IiA. SAP a n cial i-i tlc ca.tailifer of w" surprised to see toor segrong
arour.d tu Int- q-1t-%j -.! %foitinus. Ff.ind. it ow;j-l siticK, no matior haw tnialli tic, aw. .):I:.; t IA, it tr-oin sll*,,e7i:llf,1l- Jump f r )m behind a eamp 4d lloll"
ilti:putl. z lnv i- i! tatill all Li*,jnM that
owherp Ili f if-,l tho- jnfri;io, iill jiir,..1 an It wiiA nat- a siallililml (1, A: Cp'd V v., J t!: v %%Ill of, In np. &ad ir'iiab on board. One of the ass
%%a. til
and rj.,AcJ Hs rmitit Iiiiii. i i) tie s % -rii I tit (iiiiii. ths- -aniv a, the latest, t., I. I 4,,U* a G.t.,.:'.IU ,,,rn "utima bca,,I,,d Ithe engloo w" 's t" 111111111111111W
'Wheq he 1), _,.tti lu ro slowed irt Ci ir- I cre litir (if vie road. 'AA'4,:'. over 1 I,' c r b-1 tht bacli of thr" got on that tjWs. rhe sum
Once Dalm-lo -. Q!I-S,1onz ble moe iiia-! Tat. itica -of puivi,,isling 04.wk Is a) on the engine or4emd that spe ew
Aow Ali I rwllf.wl at prati-ria: olit-, litit it 16 untlewallly ALABAMA LEG;SLATURZ. Ilowl iltolro'-- Is calculated tt) be uncotipled from the train s" left
within ten tiniiiiator he !;ad t#,i4amud, g016 -'I IA 11.41111 ow nerznip On A sms I ; !%*, til,4 it *,tic, iirjh;%:Tn;,,ut to it.@ Rus- behind to be ransiackgodi by thm.
2111 ColLl IK). tit e. I twa!i- wid iiii-,oitably amild ivn'l Ili State So:c-,s NIzire Ar!verse Reports P,;.kn ivii:v ii.itists wl!j clalm that Realizing Mat a fast expron tras
As tit- 14iiiii of h;, h0%h (j-!. thal, actiial owii, iship in the lotor rtinu. on Certain h*eziluires. France Is ti-iott, stlontive to t'ielr would be along In al flew sassites,
Ilbelitan %I;;i tot: a, !-- a-- (if 9. --1 ri (I i Tilt, of those %1.4) hato-t al- -! A'a. J!i: 11_--Votir votco- t.i.m .I tl;#. %cl(e of the rfelog- the engineer grasped the tbmtlg a"
Sali- the o" fll:m1%,,. 11ild I!:1- for Tile ccll .Ifl- 10: fir, -1 toil nizo-d and ri-:on-ih!#, rf-prezen tat Ives lwt the train going at full ape",
dnva:i(I v il, wh%) j i-t ii I'i vrt 11* -nt Itio-o-t-wit I.-; that entiltilre." while the negroes, looked as in noinum.
-of the s'an-l. Ilf L'all by .1 ('41111141! 1 1 :% III.C ., ill % li't Ci; '1"4 t IJ 114 111116 f-Vl,,
softly. li,.r tn-lot.ivr-in-law and herl in :' v stiwk tle:f bit. a ma.1 fil givell .,ijcli uy ti.e swinato Sill, tiltallumi Iy the Novois Vrewya, aftit. Twice the aft eadeavored to
Isur--v soon 4-owfort-d ni-r. h( wever. I If li, for i i bitti comill"Ills of t1le tainfulij)n Jump, from the train. but 1W of beg IN4 I IIII't 1-11 owt;i-rsh it, cumniffirs. I'll Ili the *hap* of and incapacity of Rusotain diplomacy. Ing dashed to dtasolth pirevested dim And during tit%- re.;t of the afternoon Imi %%I :ifrr ici i .iioviwvo-noo omtrl):. sodyll reports, or aj;reeinentis to so pointing to the failure of roirelga Min. and they buag on unatl the &raja b" she and thp rest tif lfa wood'A Iin- sirl fir a, the riju:Jtig of tl:o r(oad is
do!Is remainotil ijulvt but dvelitly con- i I later Izvolsky to bring about re-estati. reached the freight, yank at Wav.
I Clunti-1.1 lie rhe% are Ili Villoo prohibition of Sun- lishment of Russian prestige. erly. 12 miles away. IMilare the ass,
cern, d aiii!ltiws. day freight tra inp: iltate aid for V)od
Ijayw4iii),it's to Orrtny wau chilt-flyl KIDNAPED OWN DAUGHTER. god Into the country. but somM polroad%. Inc!. use of tile tax rate, suit WOULD-09 SUICIDE ARRIEBTED. lic"Wen whO were batlilled. please
4ch.irarlorilf-LI hi, votittvv -It nial..; of I I
the alle :atlonp 'mailit- nTAinst him by Elder Sister (%f Child Is Said To Have abolition uif tile tax commission. an automobile Into serviolem &sd the
Legally Adopted Her. I Eil'rY 'live (it r"Ito lllll!' 10 these VD(Ist Men First Tried Handing, Than segroeiii were scon overtakes mW arthe pralt-ecution. Ho do-nietl tiliat h,,-: Ga, hi'Y I Alirs. j ill-tro- disapproil by Ihe committevis. I ftarched for Razor. relAt-4.
met Orrhard until swvw t!ni#- afto-ri; A'AW. (of fornifitly I Tl!e senate committee also oppose, Atianti. Joly 13.--Following an The would-be robbers gave tbelr
ttm Vinilicaor exii:o.ion. dt-nied that, V ': I a hill to frrvo ra6lroa-ls to print the
be Pe;it Orchard litack to Cri:ijilo Or JAI unsuCii-s.ful attempt to halig himself. names as Joseph Wilms, Jobs JohnCreit nw up tho- or 1,14yiali Ili., her' F.,roftedifle.; it rivivispapitirs. The meas- i ]Pr,,. Cole. of 117 FraFer stir"t. made son, Gorman Tobla and 11111ores" Da-k 14) h! tires for colinoy high irchoolet, incroam- ovpry effor', Thuriiiday afterinfition to vis. all of PhIladelphia.
oWlin: derillt-1 participatit)n Ili the W. f 1 1',4.1 1, : f I i 4, A- i:: !I(. pro # nt Ing power %if the rallroa4 efortimission, Lyle Gres ,r% itimrli-ir, and il,-vivil 4iiu- I ud o 010 I a 1. if jury %:I ill da.% I I tua) And hi% razor with which he declared
gestinit or dlio-ciwrinz the Steimenberg. I),' Ilia, fot,,(-::. in.-irmuental iiA thoi W) It can raiiiiiiii as worl.1 as lower rat*s- be would etit liltit throat. TIELLS STORY OF HER RUIN.
aurd--r. vrfor: it) !.ikq. the ',jtt:4- &!!it. Lilown prohibition ir-f sale of hop Jack. an,111 Failtrig to remember that be earI stalopf w to ts 6 y by drugg1 sts on doctors' I ried It in hip pocket. the police. who Pretty PAMIIIS @PWAS On
11.4, state rompleleod thc- croo.-is-icox- 81, Lizz!l' K3if', from hur A.slt r nisly I
proscriptions in quantities above fourl had been xmitmourd. arrived and put Crowded Couft Room.
so.mination of Charles It. at' ounces In one day. '""-o bill to itiresoon, and in folvaling with hl teli-f! -%I"@ I'llITialli I- Iliv on0- tine to hAve i hini mider arrest b4efure he could do lAkPWta. Illicit July It.--4Pri@CMS
llllliviou dir"-tod its stiroingrM njtj,-k beir.,n arrvsel. vent dirlakIng on railroad eataches. lpx- 1 himself serious injury. Bowie. the pretty young wesms os the ctrewu3itinves which 11*1317-i A,90 'Mr.q. Pialnuml rept in buffet tor dining ears. was ap- j (,01,, returned bom* ThursJay af- wbofe account bar modw mA braftt proved. as we,.% the repeal of the IS' 14. er killed Hubert POW by abostleg
the di ; atit)n at the Ftjjzr@,,,.on of ma! .t,,i a v.; !o lilt v I- at Nloild ri In tornoon niaudiin druok. It Ia a&

Y IU1Ym Iwo_& and returned to Alachua county.
MU Tol r-o awSS were he' will again eriae in the0
li 0 early all of the schools ha 'e- te n? _ _ _ _ _ _ _
M ANN E i m Amwrft supplied with teachers and Dr. Kel- Unlyalty of theState of Fl. Florida Feae olee
I ~ ~ ~ ons le)-. county supterintezadetit. says2 that termi o~g
he will soon have the libt read)- for GAINESVILLE, FLA. TALLAHASSEE. p
,A ete hnstS Nr publication. lDr. Kelley has been A high-graistitution fro A college for women.
ft igSM~ ouy wso er iy s*4ciirlflg tt'A~her.4 to sup-1yugmn feigLtrrSl a parallel in the South,
wwuwbm, w la i Cmaty 0110g men, allr~n itedemands. a College of Liberal Arts,a
LKA1 Nply9PO Wll Tho Ci eAdrsrpr o h etic, Engineering, Agricultural for Teachers, a Schoolg o
u 3 1 U LE VES NO LUEThe City Audtor' r p~r of th. and Pedagogical Courses trial Arts, a School of prime
m u ~~~~~varivus municipal officers will1 be Sto g fcly eie up d Including piano. Pipe organ,
THR I St~labrogs fauthoy;g wetWP e vce culture lcto n
Mati SDefte a WeillKnewn Color"AO R aSS found la, today's ksue of The San. VabrstCO" thorough 5iocttio aacltre
Ib'U~ ast Wedmeedmy, While r~D 0R L*Avn If an) tax payer desires information tion, both theoretical and prati- A faculty of abie specia
Mm.'KtSiRioEnATOR not contained In the report the col- cal; careful supervision and die- all departments.
612"0 unius of The Sun are open for him ipn;hghorite.TUITION FREE. Chargq
Is toat evidewe &I :ePrh,:4 wort' p1 to call for the additional data desired. No tuition charges to Florida special instruction In fineai IsI t avy vo.,r it-it we r.-c-nvtimd students. Other expenK* very duod to a minimum. No.~
(Sml Tgap. ~getaor c sut h k n qu.ty too Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Haddock of low. For catalogue and Informa- lgs in course of con
-sowTnp. is tbur~t rLars? Richniond, Va.. are In the city on a tion address Write for catalogue.
wanwe ginrantee !cr lvis-It to 'Mrs. Haddocks pare~nts. ANDREW S1LEDD, Pretsident. A. A. MURPHREE.
111*11100 a, *well-known and "X O0DOR L"SS" Jtttge and Mrs. Mason. 31r. hladdock
iieioi,0 resea itu U e. asu he00taam r a o will only be in (;alnes% ile for a few -to d1 ~iua abot sm 1= 61sl V3=Imt 6ed aa days. but his wife will remain until
&i dv* ~w pift-k hqcr father. Judge Mason. g~xsi ,'9SoM EC HN
omehts fst~'m. SOw b "tu Wed 9%ee Virginia for his tumnier vacation.Rsier n obes~
ftp fiall day at te Uses was = hi The Sun acknowledges' a le.4at
Ur dW~3.1k m wrnamhi Pdgt ss~tecall '.'tvrday from Prof. Loo Suhrie c r
WN1iiimii wa he W"e abt ld was ?bey We PC.~ etreatni ew veto principal of the Normal delmirtmett s
1. siofam*, own a poem or Ifed a mew ref rigentor o h tto nvriy e~d
11'* ~ ~ ~ ~ OALO Fe 10 fWaPy&sigre i-we sams who came to address the teachers of
1 10M he an ve hi by YES Utemes Mamuracwaomme ceuflal the Summer Normal Friday evening. froli lard.. Seed and Fertiliers@
~3S~kb M uMsy beteen "MO~ Sus Prof. Suhrie is an educator of note, SOUETH SIDE S~QUARS. I!kViL.i
km 41 Mr. Ned" a" mdw thadhsadrserdyevnn a
4 limes 49auih V~ n i drssFia ~nn Himhees market price paid for Chiekens'. Fg and other pri4uw
~snoms- Instructive. 11omplese feso of Hal, Corn, Oats, Flour. Bran, Meal, qCot :jr; -who
O 4d Spas ul"adiby a ea. B1 A.. 3D. ..ia ) Harry McIonald. an old G~ainiesville 1 n .1r tru a he VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
*aU dol d-'sftaco"I v e=&vr w boy who is now one of the most __-Now_ amwax&'ee"etn valuable employes of the Atlantic
W Coast Une with headquarters In High
AM -d hef W ed n&The atalgs waOiote iy atrdy
an a gw ifm eavily 3P~b o%:Le7 M.conlinnow anengineer. he 'ABSIBACT & REALTY COMP4
4111111011 9f bdilf ml Me ha otbe with the railroad long i
soUf rw AW I- bat has made an enviable record forI
Own wani M e he de plorable condition. It is badly In himself. Mr. Mc~kmald was formerly E.E VO L S M R
Is a sh ft I need of mmedato repair. engagned as a salesman in the store,&~ m~ of ilE E fullE Mmo mto fr h d G R ig s~
~~~~~ eftegnIihal~ s"Aaso i~nl ~ o anes&Ere ounty Our manager bwr lived iIi ho ounty Sh. ety yearv e
011F*11111011 k m 00 851e a no Usmte eft tradling yesterday. He ms J. W. Williamson, who formaerly is tborveughly ecuversans With' landi titles
"W 'W of Mr. seik. bwo tha Not smemt rain bas yet fallen resided at Micanopy but for several
VM Wgt IS a &eH tha Ike in his sectinsa tif tb thist years a resident of Fort Lauderdale. -HI E "V O "Yh E
Aft"I" W boad t"ow ed crps.lade county, Is In the city. Mfr. WVill.crops.; Flit&, AMVDET, BURUiLARY AND INDEMN1ITYz iN8VlXASN3. ~ kmin~g ~ therea uioow ar ~ ~A.ded ammn r~ort hi setionof he ~st lsmin a number of prominent Amerlean and Enjplih eampa"l
mmmlw I 1~es ~~t~. e~~~In~ ~~ ~Coast in a prosperous condition., ndREAL NSTATT AND CITY LOANS.oid
savs that the work of draining the G ~ wt1
bM 1kw *0 ins haB Vann. he dlter Sa sh9l ec p. the prgwd- Everglades, from what he can learn.,__IN6 WW tis M ISS &I- hdoillr thm O o cto Is progrepsng satisfactorily. He: ESTHER 9. JORDAN. W .F
IT*n @Nw eb in.asl-dsrddtofmulclo a."Isted in constructing both the1
.tr W~beat" a"d died Miss L St. Clar of Trenton has dredge boats now used In the work.,
~l kn~sI. ISPS~kto tinbeen assigned to the Tyler school.
MNO 20"~ Et 5Of t"e tung- Her many friends In Tyler will be S. H. Wienges. clerk of the circuit
10 8 ft MttbMat oce md S" tobearthatshe ill e awt cort hit t re fackomille s, O RA &r IOP IM 0SO o town to them for the next school term. ant ill t lseav le r. fIr
NO 0 uMi~eu m About 9 o'clock Mrs Hattie A. Bailey of Rex Was ('hlt, w hill lev ooro o INJSU R A N C E
-. Wa a 4d iniiiis afr the wityw Saturda. Mrsie. Banldi relatives for several days. When; PORTER Bt OCIC GAINESVILLE. FLOWRdA
OUmP Of 001 e ft~ Airiving; tboethwdo ofWD.Bie.nol asked by a representative of The Sur,
-~~~- ~~~ ~~ ~~~ CMomrte soldier, and was here to If he Intended visitingohrpntFie L fe a d A c e t teodstu
esals her 06ii fora 111.~h 1.lae.In South Carolina besides Charleston maneII
9WOM Dom Aftme. rew The aoaiditlon oftestreets of the ho, remarked. -11 an) going to visit J ai*m W. W11llia1ms. The City yesterday, as well an the roads South Carolina. I don't know how Fr ,f
.-W Vk e So yf and siioirnoti leadleg Into town. was not calculated mnauy places. 1 am going to -4ee just
10 SMa s Fra morning at 9 to be conducive to the welfare of as many of my relatives as I can'0
4" ft S OWrS returned our merchants tramn a business stand- find"1
go" 10 1"60 ad he shtst point. Stecicert Entertains. 0 I o r n u e .
3gg~~~~j6 M Wid b a ty agh The Sun for amy years. goes on a A few friends of W. it. Ste'ckert Ia C m a y tas ejosite.'aPie ofe
~~ se ~en 1111spe11t halt visit Monday to his old home in Char- had the pleasure of being entertaiuied Writte W.ith Liberality of Poie sotatadteLo5
40 &W IM 0e hp ta he might liestom. This in Bright's first visit at his homie on East Lastsiter street;% Pays Losem Promptly "fCnrc n h a o
*~~~~~~~~~~ AimmL___ that -ol hom sic becm oth ttvrk- Thrdyevnn.Mui -a f--u~


AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. ANOTHER SAD DEATH.. -List of Various P:aces of Worship.h Last of Three Daughterso of One

Where Those Desirring fMi- y Attend.iMa e aS mrFmlyDsatWdo

1.- I-los I a-i efy u

IT-a('bitg by H..'. I" C. Ed%.irds of lil.t.* I' ta dt il,- 0 tii 111.-t 1'1ptmt No 23. P s fi
411 ili. e-ditor of Tll. 9-tho rn ULi: ili -t Ik '' 1: !j,. 14"

inz i ~ctii .11A 7!r-\ wil I--,i: i;1 ~ i~(i,?.. PIANOS AN ORGANS

Fr- t P rvs... tvIcriaa t iil rch-Rs v., 99 h.w It,'tL till Hlf~ -11I lstit. i"1.1 Lodden & Bates' S, I.- H.

v41 ,,1 1; t I. I k- 1 1,t i -t c-IIirc i it14 1S hia d e il h. 1. 41 .. f I Ir i i 1.use Ill -ie~ SoJuth,
311L N-) 'e ~ii~ it -e' t om'e it
!11- 1:Ik i a kili telmdr'r (I tilt- ard P ch(' C -' do'r '. 'ii_ rol it It 1, .1 1! II 11011 -Ill 0II tit -!Ia It tI itOl zt othe r i -i'kes t1 '' of th#'h' huPilizi rom, -mi fli t- ii a~ ta-sli $41* as Iv'iry Soll or I .a~ta. I
Jiiciiitt ~e'e %% ill Iw Iii'I te i t l H y t'r'lo Lit 'colla'.. i 'lt ''.-o-F~~ i' f _________ ________Ad%4t it Chri-thtti Ch'urch t-li -. I iiud red ill sartd American Il.iiiii-i chaurci lit til- 01 lt !fi~ tie A LI'd I R IE.F,
3 a me' I .4'ei-undEay schooli at 11, a. hoie's, laid td ig hi' White hemjo ll eli? jii -. at llithich ct hu lrch hetr Iil ii-nre 311 Preaeching at 141-4.. P~rvachiuig at at W~asklingtl)n. art- iiquipped wi thl oiliurrel-il %%e'ltit-'.day. foeim itir hertrc"r" ir'r~TAuva1 frIAt' ~ s .Ill.; ItieI.~S I th.'tn, anld here itii arnesiI thle dizii fill Itie.'iliy Itsi.'.1 C Cioltw't ..ELQI1ZIY A1 "N~ LD I'1N ORG1LANS~.*
ltiol.- I iwores of V e (" )R S hiadeto oil nearly j('o(51t'1tI('t l i. a'' ~'~~ ftvir V%1,I141
First M'ethwdbt Cl. r-ti, He. 1'. .1. C i *triett-.4omiiC hng two) yer t A ii laid 'I, tO o her 1,* i -\ Nt UN IN( 1' A SPECIALTY. ,NiXa-Stflday m-(L-eH'I 1 -it ac tit hl g aflit-1 best tet't ilnl(Iiai, we'it, tjl "iii~tc T~iiiZli tca 11reachling b)y ft-e l'l'tuer at a"~. could ask ie s 1t'- uK ;d(fMsilIntmetSh t
n* titbJoet. -Tht Wiirk of Cliriitian ALL S1AE HUii' FREEIP s CENRA CITY CANEY 1uic Intu ets he
li e'nlj hII the Churr'll ." .Juio Iu Jea- CII AR ill CETRLIT_ CNNRY_1__0__Ec
gi'f at ::I. Il. goiiioir Leagiie' at 4 H s Satd U B t O l i ie
V,* Ill. E'e~Ilnint -c'r iilc' at 7:A5 o'c'lc'k. HsSaldU.BtOl ~~e
lwz''fu Furntur a I4F~%itt tf Supply of Tomatoes on Hanid..
Gaievl le Furntur i. vw 1%tll~ 11"''11.1.) 1.11 a14 1, ii

cd ill Polly :il iiiit% I Ie'- St a ll 's' 'satnlit flit.A~ W lill. Lt iart Ee'atcir ~ E S T A B L IS H E D 186 9
(~c .1 Iell i'tttt' at "~ l',trv EAINI. l'ILLE, : 3 Z F' 4L IA 111.4- e'or ()III. a lititl Tll pjh fit* ill

MR. DYKES MARRIED. ,TI:" valp.I(if~'tl- 1t I~fT r'q~ ~J 9 1
______________ REX ITEMS. lartr, -i :tic11 11tirile.. -a, cuI toocit
Popular A. C. L. Dispatcher Taekcril., ii 'ir J. L. *lTo%% it-, -if ii eer cif Itii i rpl re' .*t .c'ec it1 Fei eUT. Nj C0811 I1 '1 ~ i IJ
Unto imself a Wife in Chicago. F.t7 '~',I~ei4'i'at ~tap r' 1t.IIscIi~l.1 i ,ti '
FrIie ti -a oft 0) It. it. ic'- fill#- it flie Mr atidMr.t S ( .i aT.i Cethe'- hindli Th Sml DFALER3 IN
its#-c iU'he'r.. C oa t 10 l i s Oefiu It 1 4 iV II S (t i f IlAUi. F la. lt'e' lif-f-11 T hat w on't conip off apl enr~ n t or
xt~' t I nl. "est ,?Ie ii it i'(it 'ekit il ii their 'a It 'ti. Mr. ill Nl tir- baby's face after oinet.' b ttle of Wb It(
~'ti ee il' tl-eei 1111 t l.1it Its' it U4 iIiu ilil t. tS'l.~i Crearn Verilifiltge. the great wormu s ai~ 1Ct o
Y I e if- it (lilti.' iii.? iiIrt-lhlA.. it4111111-?I' la.Ij. ii44 rul'tl-Iuci. 'W hy not keep that andl
.. ill Chiew,q): llt *tl 1,stuI' g te at iv Il11 i ule t0haily' fa~co'. If y'ou keel. 0A);i S e sl n Ct o

1 .1 m t u r.c aL I s'auc 4. 1 e' liv te 11 11 10 ti ll 0e ,1141 11 01 11ic ie'lt .191111. I i t a n y th i ng e ls e b u t s n~ illt -, o in h i s '
%I ; a t Ue) N Yle'e 'c t i ~ .lt- l r..itk st~iaircitd ;,te( I -%lY Ia I w~y a s 'A'h j i- h auid frt-ttul 11 11, Ill Illa aiii jill ill~
h ;1111 ( t'- Ii~ i 'tl r Ifjct e r~' 4 lit".1t % I'It 1L Wot. ''nuld twot Pat and I ft'are'd ht et (eid ----* "I .tal NJ.: ll. I I. "1"iJ '~i' 1 1111-114t 41 1-''' die. I uned a bottle of W~hite 1 -('r- it.
tit.I 't .'s hl. \ 11 1"I. I 't Vern1.tuge. ifi(1 he I:... laiot had a ,i' -;: ~~~ ir~ i I~ '~ '*v~~ Ir& .




Pu lO F FLOID PAGES.0 The Palatka Nes. ono~ of th' rnort
O1 0LRD AES ably edited we~ekly~ ima'ers In thtA H a t y Lie-a e

"Florida is pore-erninntly the Statv
mu.u.~v..* --NotUntil the milloniuffl. of native Americans. Outside of Kv'
The utb rite' f Ja k~ o~ ile a e W st and Ta pai with their large demanding ocean streets. *%ext thing nber of Cuban cigar makers, an(] MU. 11 OW as"b2 mo knows the citizens of that pro at Tarpon Spring%. with its Greek
=gem awim AMgressive city will be clamoring for spongers. l'lorlda's Jft,;.ulutit is
4*V~ftbSftt'fuawueso' "clean" Ioltics.-Palatka Tiznes-IHeT- largely native American.
5awwwom a m -wa aid "This fact always makes its !amr
by i dw bthsd able im lirei-s ujwn the traveled citi.
IM1amVN atkAn Kehe of '71. zen of the United States who lingt'rs
V als V A"4 wols htstyI A West Florida exchange x~e long~ in Florida. It Is such i as
that Sopchoppy is solid for Jennings. 11kg s#e'utrion to be among Aam,,ricaI)N9Ini w ssmi Cm aHsThe several other wouldbe Goenr that he does not tail to (otiit'Int em "I 33 1sd the MIT Pm5
and m 'so may as well take the hint and seek favorably uiion it.,3rLY33U3USU Do rot Wi your syism
~~~bm~mhrkS ~ the tall timbers.- Palatka Times- "it Is a fact alpo that had Its weight wit ClmeL. Aromb~ or 0Q.inSDm 3 Isagn11111~ r b W d n sn pd h as.. a Herald. ini the defeat of tbp Immigration) bill ted-cure for ~~ s sproduced N~~ i U b1.113a
W____ eore the last 1IA'g1ilature. Thi- ad M 9 l33 It WWl cure a m Without lmvver~eFloidanhestaes o n-be any of th deady ,lc of ay drum used for "ha am Im s *Po epToo aEerly foriia hesitatesg t, L One bA WI prehased today ma ey o from
~y i m U .b b a e bswg i,.Ealy fo C mp ig in .courage a conditkon that means i- r P l m o sw O k l c r s av U 5 5m w. 7 U~ 7 ~Thin gs a re quieting down a little tiat l thel eliem oio? ow. muati'. Qii asli
ON O n te a po from a State political standpoint. A t t imaence oth orl at n d (if na tie a In-__ _ __ __
to OW vat t dh vab us hope this quietude will continueHeko eginwhiginor.Ap' uI lP Y CAN
purrPa aUvan d. for several months to come. It is fr om he ainnehigign rl, A thmtEN OST
&waft a hoopp av sherAll wrong to begin the campaign now. he soon l.'arna. to get busyv In loolitics. s ~ m
d .--- mps8 manatee Record. -fn nineteen of the Northern Statt,., Dr -I have1&1uf be naa uhmet yft ir 10 49041111111is 6 ACherfu Viw.the number of the foreign-born and Mae eid an Web dw" i W~ resuts. 3
b w ~ A Cherfu Viw.their inirntilate descendants exceeds h sm se m n asd IL ftt 111a1d iedm
YE 5 U' W The Madison New Enterprise says th.ubr o h aiv~ on nbi m an tbad lJAu C~ p a
thW Madllet county will be enriched the largest cities the number Is two~ .e s everal thousand dollars each year thirds, and even three uarters. %"Ii oU*ft ATWM 3 5sb t
Ay the 4dvsm oha the nwpemsion There are more Cobens than Smniths
few S am so re iredla. This is ertainly taking a cheer- In the Now York directory. NewW h~~~ ful View of the matter.-Pensacola gln. ee.i no o gr Pu ta.' p U S@ A
but foreign. So is it in the Middle
me 0N11f uhbi tam and Central West. and not only In the
ftb ammi bmm Sweet M468ft to the Ward "0610r. city and town, but in hamlet and counOd~l Iu~ 1, the When Cromwell Gibbous returns try,. vrg lrda snts b
Nq 6 siheb'tW from Cuba after winning that great "The avrg lrdini o g Mh' JTO J~d S OW
1110f As ra m1 11 816111 his roUl" will doubtless be sorbed In bu. iness afa irti as to________________________________WAM SM ngjf for fAIC4lesty large to make him a de- overlook the loss from a social, -~, elded facto In the gubernatorial moral and political standpoint which
_________ e~~prit. in the event he decides to would result froa large Influx ofToJ mto uEp s i n
.111 so* &mow"d -bo prJudic#e. but whatever It be it Is l
.1.406gm~ Thwt' Where They Selsueg here prevent. u
1 It IIIIIN11 As we So to press them, is a cor- "It Is probably a relic of the old
'VID 111 911111d monthsm in the "blind tiger camps. 'Knownothing' spirit of 1856, which,
~~h~ SI Said~ be Om so has thn six of them being Up be. had it not been for the more Imp~ort.*... Va..
SUN~~~~~~~ ftAW10Pnd=beth omy cort for trial. Let nt issue of slavery and State rights,
000 11Mm fth e good work proce until every the South together with a large part
011 Of them are io the chain gang, of the country" would have stood on a where they belonag. Bradentown Platform of 'Amer*&a for Americanit.I
ANOS lokarebw jurnl.forgetful of the fact that we are al The Atlantic CoastLine Railway
sm Mil _____iim the children of Immigrants.
Taf W ml hrmr Reormer or Tof Ser. Congressman Frank Clark's Idea of
h" ben Brother Holly of The Orlando Re, secu~ring setesfor Florida from the People all over Florids: r-ee the Atlantic Coamt In farming sections ofother States inithe 'u
AbIIIII L*sdb h~ lt eporte-It grew quite =appy because Union should appeal to us all. Such Puple Flolder" for sebtdules to the J amestown Exp.
of ~hhmWe Sam whill& leser ftat immigrnts, though largely foreign. sition Two daily trains each way wit], through PFl
Om vesti sot if he watWob er would yet have the advantage of hai'- man Buffet Sleeping Cars.
W='? W t e ans o e b lruIg served their 'Probation* or novi. e~nsx The hrsea8 have hswamodar ed tiate in other -States.'Sesmsx days~ and fifeen (1ay-limit txcuri o
~~~" at tbLT~e Th rmei ocrine-.ed tickets on Leale ai ly from April 19th t'o Nowtnilwr 30t
do n a r m * tta.TmaTiue The Starke Telegraph says "the at low rates.
of ofbnmlEN 1os largest deal in stock cattle to be made
* 'Wspwoult labe i an oft~ Sere. Pes. In this section for a long time wap
6M UulaM sad Ornge On this115 our birthday, came a very closed a few days ago, when EX-State Coach excursions at very low rates,
AIsob fefth ow il h04 ind kater with the offer of around Senator (Chas. F. Barber bought theFofrhrifo aio eyorn rstrloa
det dw yer 9" triP ticket from Jacksonville to New Win. U'nderhill drove, consisting ofFofutein rm inseyur eaet il
to do bembtopu Tuit, S that we might go and visit 2s6 head. It I. understood that the agent (or write

SEEA NEGOD~fIYMRS. ROOSEVELT PUTS Statemrent Showing CO"IditiOn of AcBADLYi BAN counts of Various City Officers.L L LF N BN

As Result of Altercation Near c(it.. (*,,il.(. \ ii~i. ( .t 'iI.IJouesville Settlement. .,-ir Sit. I leioh I,. i fi,'Ih TO
________ Vr- I*ri*., h~ *.t h t- -' 1 1 tit :I' Isuetoil r- 14 F A1T O k '0.-LooolabiI-h'd 1147)

TROUBLE OCCURRED AT DNEt9r,!.i... *. i'l't 1i1, t. ;1i $ CAP~I ~I TAIL. P U LL PAID $75,000.00

Alfred W illiamrs. a Former Resident,. I, I.I :I.. I ,. of*1 In I ~ r 1 4. 1.. 4:' It It 't --------thled Rema htin g at Dun:Ion I: A4(I4..i.'?jd,2fil ~*Ii %;~.Ill 1-1. 1 -7 llT. : At*(~ i~ ~~DRCO S

ti i ~ J ) 1 0 4 o i ll I i I' r ii~f V I I I ,,r r ii to i w _ _ i tO F I CR. F o u r P e r eIng nt ail tt ii 1.% Litm l .* u iii L:~i i. I I..e... 1 :,t %, il 11 l, Tax Collector. $1G .B O M
ight of Itlo t. ht tlitrs' '1tile : C f M -. I I e~ j h ,~ .1. I e',t~ u z ..-F. D U-rO N,
four of the :timlwr tf, I),. li~it ii~~e i' -1 'l!fe eeet '-( .iIO M ,rIfec r .A A L S T
There, ww? iautto itjl loo (if Iett T im C er- J. A- AUL'T 8l** [I 9
Therell. -ai'1 Ajlie a'I~~ Ii'?. ofo lies 2 ji?. ite. ~nd \Iore-PreidenL J. 0. NICHOIAI,
twhIch .Anihas N\*, 14-h. R:sli;,ril Nit) %o'il 4N. 0l ~e- *~ 1T '~ rR ii a e .~ uoi
lack. Cailin G;rant andiesrt ie .t i r ,,ilt ow \kl, 1.16-.i ~ Ill'~ii I.. F. P'e. aUN R Caher.w. R K S
uere woti~lv' %It ar. dot, tetm vo91 W.i. ILtri THOMASiiit*Ii) .ea't~tit ?&

Alfro-d W illiamr s (if I Iiitiie'il~ i %%it 1. it 4 le 1%. i l IItst 7o I. 1ute 0--

oc rgint .- m a I Ino Ii k Iiit I, ;I eet111 i 'a lji.a re u th t ielhlT I

wante thea iel is fe tha e-te.,jiils '4-t', WI I5.4II ilew ul A rl iek$i.~

them fl'ijt raf githe.z r ck. ne'-. *'it ueI a1 41 If ., a o f 1 1 s it es -- Il I1 'ei ,( 11roi.4 I~~ Irs Iar IrcU a~
sh kl I i il Iii ill iiiel stir allii -; at Ph-fe Br s. ittBarltnkersh i tj't dSl, ok
Ceredt ite a ii ii',. fri il-~ r u t I I. h l'eiIC.%e t ho t he' use' n, i achn ;. '. I _____________br tr Mr*stria. Is-ig-W li i, /-e i ai iti Il,, tAet or an wey iiin C ity r lead fu nd re asre.GAN4.33 L RI A

o'stti tthe h t is flit I '. N iar l ritivv il ton' asi i at re-m misane to, ill*-ui 11111:. Drd~hp o s I:; s:I pan J I.o roes. M.~usiti e141I itho Itsi *'ffe't. Inco-iii, tif tilt-icui do-we Mirs. (' bletansO A GE E & AN I G B SI E S1
Thf Nlot;Nr ilas lerir ~lhtli Is~eSf( ncis' n_____ H I S A IN L B N
fin heis. tfJ ..eiis l it atce f o-ilti fit d llar frrm Weg~i 2.'e41 the Av.SZ,4to Of61hus 11rmri opusio siiIilvd
ane sterday nd w ith r# %i- r t- hcti 31ta i. th. Fourtr" tier vent paidflle ftP ON"otali MA M 0IlqESLi llE a eo
thce ofr#t. (ft e v brigt he 1 v a riticle's of fnuhn-' ir e' tara on t or A MP 9ndtoti. W iew r st ai se
Mr a~t rs I W I(('ll*,, Ito- tdoisr-u. il t h omilh Nlrs.'~ fanoem ..T D SAT S. f EPOITR Y @05.
childreno a l Note rs. 'i to) wlit-ho tt is (leertild ()it gon i hars.... ......$:7461
Jal o thn r Mr-.ito nw. J. ,c Nliee. fart, o itlt-l o the vest'(- i bi*os.4ee o ah- ioc batnd1.695 C~a t DO M ........* ..1 00 0 0
t wra *s t e'k I iti're s t i (of t tias o ny i it- a C o tt y r o ad.. . . i... 24 A $4 -3 35 .6 J A G .k u M O A. .oloo d e . ~& o 2 0 ,0 0 0 0
S 11 Sn R. ol 4)fk't hIja on tao f sty -a -eo ea m iio m i h l. b re . 1A___tao ja.~ er it. ati i9.ti d A itll~rin aT crto Aayni fu Hoe Wena Ta io-s lan *n PWi 00~ aVings Aeeoutesil Lm Ceulssof VeB s. A l. Owdels vhrs he i sitiga h. o ts f It' P.)1 a ~nd Suocl a cruenl nery much dle tn;.leoesl w. rat .n ban 14_1. ___ant J'. Jor. t Ia Mr'. Siw. I.l piteduto 11 d tha'-t Ilthe f ily phyft- i cle. t o ir e thi s bla ce 4le igW m 1 5.I Thfie hituaoe to 3 teal,'of M r. iiI we frllons home whenr- thry Tagon .. tra2r $ho .S546 art FI S NATIONA BAN] ac M lr.Miai olt oft-r w it i #- ost ned is cosetcs Disefastue liefrhsntuMmnsbtteewrL I U S O *t ebnidt vU m yesterday la th atrIav- alt-d th ll' ho te of i crmpvoIcty a d anoey attrmps reI to do nt Cer .:iot'am ofr 15. Of3 = V' XTs p Mme. l hurle iit he bJi~ illP cfi'. r i n g I s at e os o fe n in atal b fre Marrhat. 4 D-B ST A T E D E~u P O I O R Mr nd Ma rsi. IV.Th Nu( almio intoedi eiie oll be t lrcued aco a ph voirom feegular U NaTI 8m e e r w fhrien f thi gi Y i -iti Nr s e d i th uout dete. Thel right way th lied I ... $ 3746-18

lato be u. ot. lgt fle u tiereey. o Ihi incai n Ilrescrkbe .-.... 2941 $9S46 u p uso 104,04,02 9 M 0
M s fr Td Rr. Pi ket Ila-; gwit-~e to aapa bete medicine for- these diss i.aid hert triature n163:s Paid on Saig tonsw ea~ fDpst l MW
ofw hee srr will itel I-r s on ut' ca pe ar f eymuch pain and sufferinpand Sad Tarasts. onh n It dauton Se .i id r s .I. .. e arg all roisk.d to y fin tht hi ow:l save fl e t t oe tik s $Grice 8 W Tf jO o I&~ ftm mThe a -n c h 'ld life o M Foria I s y all om w e drg i t hey Th ast tollo s ure sh w Vlee.PreiimS mulinw & M w a a st T'ae'. N ayx te 1 t isti r Aw w. mot ee Ibi services Dsea se ie fo i rr ustenp thsda. Atoue iners b72S.16 C O L U"IB I ow__ __ _IM___ __ __ _M iss a ne Mrs. lit r i ;sli wat quir prmp trea m n .an.a eI Saee'r bo ds. $S'4)4104 & Msa ft aeemh m to
Huesev l h t r le'g os i e de-niter al y Intne pr.e fata beor Mashl am ftiAif 'le!. Is "w St'tnod .o.)
Sunra. mhe rwings a oThejiatted y h iier col be procur e d ori a51 phyii-Acre itret ftr.I f hi. in Mflr. tlio pito t t' siia su mnd Th rihtI way 'I rmiirw Hosita aond or .et J,
Ths 'rtner.unv-ayhs w~ ~ m pa It I i v. Acr dinte rs .... 1 19".R H Etohich up.' to te ih i tn.:i ner' Re medy No S E A B O A RDanprscib
Ofors Oae better meearsn for'a.~ 4K' 'thes dsaes. Cr aCa'wltaawa
bee nsd fors.1C cbfldre' teeth Byhaing It e in he hoseyo e- Paid cvi rasur AXt ___yewCM*_&PMw_____OfCLft soothes~~~~~~~~~~tas tre childoto sotn tegm, oJly1 miE 165.4 -- -



,hl _A __E Ask Ask J. Askvi -AfthAn, BLOOD 1PU RI F RS
Vuh an I"m? and be forever undr Ahe imloct d~tii For more than forty years See S. S has worn the crown of
U14yo here ,wt, horse workii gemnVVa h~~ as then rtcn oft Blo
Me ilie ei d og work when 11 YOU demontrat ittha ability t Ri %-4MR
hiniaic di. i te od rea mil fshogi~ l ~. I thothsauds uponh thousands of cases of blood anid skin diseases -4 Do"m wiU alay be ow o h oytgin ohce until it is regarded today as the most reliable and safest of all
dm MON ~~ways oin the iuu~e. yet ai."er It-bodmeii
Anasi"mabuld sccssonproaching either a iieaur o r it rtiLitbodmdces
ha~V -buls uCES goal. These da~s wait% itfl. Pure blood means strong, vigorous bodies, well nourished
____ ~swems contact with the trathi... 2 systems, steady nerves, and all the machinery of life work-ing ini
Bvwvy low leds blue to the ma rn. amn with nature-thusinungpreth21.Im reodsaedboln:-s e
wa"f ekI ldsdale had evidenitly hamnmnuigpefctelhi-ur rdsae lol2 Ll h
11111611M mihiyover the road when lie said that u oni opposite of all thisee any impurity, humor or poison in this vital fluid acts injurious: uzi weed~~~~~~~~~~~ -otisbr.Jwnst e odta h shn~n. the system and adect the general health. Pmstular eruptions, pimples, rashes and tile
-A spet eWxiw an d be and although she has a xquint ept, aid avarious skin affections show that the blood is in a feverish and diseased cond ition, as the
wK MW fm* Few pa I M n ose--ad so It goes. Hower result of too much acid or -the presence of some *rritating humor. Chronic Sores and
UW" SOO O m rt baseest and truthful you may be. )ou Ulcers ane the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the blood while Rheumatism, Catarrh,
bwW&8d nVae will be despised unless you learn to Scralula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., ane all deep-seated blood disorders that continue to
A an eeo tw how a kee you clpe Ud gow worse s bug as the poisons which produce them remain in the blood.
am d so Mls hs de. lAroW the break in friendship'. for, a All blood troubles are not acquired.
b* __s .moeabe asl when It comes It can not really life Through the blood dsase getrm are trans.* =3OEOUGXLY TUSTUIN Ef UZ PAKILY.
do. All '1mi 41 a re mended. The Jarring note mars te mitned-from one to another. Par. 8. I has been used extensively In our family,
harm pony ofth h ole alorius s t- o t e Stea to both youa and old, and always with the best
phor.It s otaloe qustonof ellts has" down s, tainted circu~lationt their, uealt It thoroughly cleanises Ume blood of all limpur. m linii no A1 iiau a forgiveness; that may be full and omcideand we see its elfects manifested in hisls. at the saiNS time It bulib up the general hosith
4106 10"~ 65 NgO" 9@Il plsto. It Is the hurt in the heart various ways., The skin has a waxy, pallid g'e appetile. strength ad energy. We have give 6111ulof. that will not readily heal and the con- al)m te~ fe to ouw ohilros, "s intimated. and found it to be sonla~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~Y an oftnl owihAeeeta ilntflycoebc.F~~3, a en we*, gads lajmul~u to the system and always capable of purify.
ISheWIs ao Th~dpInwbNne thayil o ul cnome.bain of theu~ anc d, as the tait has In the blod sad resterlag health., I unhosittituly
pon Isi bwl bo thl" ThukAdMao of a a raemmad It to aflIsused ofa bood medicine. Itis.
so101041 110FS recent speech. declared that the b-t~ is th.d~d c birth, the entire health supedio to oearything eIse sea am ateo blood di seases.
4011116M m IUG C ~e.tigta ukp~nt ug~K3 LARA DAUDERT.
.- he WbhoS but the ma Is to be powr. Extreme ;p' erty fomwn fnuihnhat-iigbod
*inkU SeIU W.'maysome~me ha pera yutn al bil ood trobls has prove itself *Tbe Khw of Me wMAN.
We ogMM W n @is@ ma me a progress. but be Is far more likely to ate
rs~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~I Nma1 lab du is-mk i a nth ol fh iclto and removes all0o11s, humors, waste or foreign matter, asv W6 m starts with the proverbial half-a-crown: unaks th"Ibmmpr and, health.staining. Nothing reaches inherited blood
Hm~a rd ith a ~ in his pocket than with a 11,W-pyund trouble like &. & 84Iaeseey&rtlcleI of the taint, purifies and strengthens the
~ wth ~er.~eaInote. we*k s4,hrasd Mood supplies It i the healthful properties it needs and establishes
ad ftE M aem WNW* am m Kkin Is a habit. and way he the foundation for good health. As a tonic
m~~ ~a mmi ~~ ~ he ether natural or acquired. The habit 838 a oeul n twl efuder
Wheat &A IN pef w N ey h of complainting, or criticisins, of fault. 4e0aly bracing to weak, auaelnic persons.
~~ ~ emS? Leading, or grumbling over trifles. atOe ft
VhdoWMN e Imow a? lbbit f lokingfor hados. i a Oe Ofthe osbst points in farorof S,&S.
Sums~~ mosha hbt uotit thing o conad ct. is that it I vegetabe made from nature's
-mmbow. A"' -. heiaig c11 41leansi,1do heal,0thpouigrtsheb
** JoI'especially Io early life. The victink&to.:&poucn ots eb
Zbd Calf" tb 0 fthe y tie Is sure to become a slave. All th hu- *l i and barks. It is the one medicine that may be
Rihe milthb'oe jemlt.pulses will become perverted. Th taken~ with absolute safety by the youngest
00a the 100et 1011111m011 liiOf i SO tendensry to lttssirnism and~ fritici :n U EL E E A L child or the oldest member :of the family.,
Willa Nlmye dears that w lfborwlr sonbchni.P R LVE TAE Rkeumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Skin
OW0604661il 0After ai, there Is. nothinge that re-;' 91 DiPJj n l te bodtobe r ue
AT1111100404 Ththnly go"s to the hurt of aucot her lik.-IF_- 11555% Do Poiadaohrbodtobe r c r .
me wtusso trinsos a thm' use ecnoio r oersudalit woo,!. nm#Jy % so thruhIs the cleansing of the blood that no trace of the disease so laagh soua, th oatit& of us an ral tvis leftst a"t is future yerOtto be transmitted to offspring., If your blood is out
Th -rat Govormuetal ueu walked with a liht-r stalj tt t' Of ordebei the use of8 See %m"Ae King of Blood Puriier. and restore this vital fluaid
2W awth ayl ahnd cmured iteoll then had iiti- to nt- tit' to it Sna1 clhyon-I~ou and e"Joy the blessing of good health. Book on the blood
tieaws wam imire tothere~riitit:of zioh~ hui~i andapso m ical advice desired will be furnished free of charge to all who write. 0
the bomse. sa'urk~u of en ''ntragoi::.'l 7 W U1~ invi@*IP NY A 1'Z4#7A6 A
A woioma has all sorts of Inventions :~., a I'* it' MAINii.*. '
* w the doeblela of her buist tut re~cognlitioni of aatthar ? s *i~
.W -al ma deft Ow his Is to be on the Pos6e (.SLALE.) E,,wroug sift whem the big slump com"s Martiti it ils of a y.oung~ ar, !;t, Ii t P U Ch7'1 C. ,
t the mowarkt ;ho had japi ~isiN ~c'r ~
I have knwsa al good people re- with tears in her eyes. had daoa lit I,
Imetleg to hlmbeAd technically "that it wast another '*awful failure- ..~c ~
m~g.b adortoImauttly'Just then the Instructor. seeing % tr At; uy.1'7 ,
*06 ga. aa e T" itbe she had dftv. took a brush and of- ~ sai afi h..w...:
a atG N Palete and ps t 5few strokes of light aday pt,(ion:
N.mee~ei~ Vr es adhmre andl there; and k'o the'iue ~ .curb ando gim.r ui t: nf

TIP, PATLYssl"X: GUN% 1"AilF. FLORTDA. JULT 14 1907


LebbYing Acute--Prohl- N0711:E CIF ELECTIC-4 SPE..!
lrit-cl, C up. C14L T,!%x TR"JSTEES.


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in I lit' la I j (.
cap: I,,, I trit 1:4 to it
mit AI 1*0 114-1A D"
1A1W lllita'll:: 1-" f
bill. A, TiIT"Nq JFC)'U Trt SJL13CjTW Q-1B 3E...&03M "W ICUM I
T"t. 11, tin" HETWI"
12 I,v ;rk o'!:
r Jecksonville and New York.
(jrr, %!bpeu?. Vr
01 -)free Calling at CHARLESTUN. S. C.. tk)th weye.
the ?be Irtned stememps in the cessivise SWT600
its piw, i,!, n -1 It j, ile -New England and Southern Lint
Of vr
11, Ij tj Urt. a r le're ight Aerviee Between JACK80SVILLZ, B(WTON and
to tL#, I S t I" r :, r f i.t VENTY 4 r. PROVID&NOIC, and ALI tasters Points.
All j!% t ;I, Calling as C harlexton both ways.
b,01,1 svvie! W. ;11141 if v, n No.;-. ift e in Sliller Lrow Fitel-,pirge
dourt-, s-: s vn MI:Ard of etvil( 'it "illl W" a,4 -,',-rk. O;o list n tx "A 1. is r rom Foot of cateliterl" #A.. J;;isoovule
tw reqwrti.1 t j I: -, v t-r-t-b. ;&t *,) .! .1. N1. l"Ov". Ift-e. Phone *Nn. !Mi. Ursiderce
diset. I T. .1. Ea :uo 1,1111cr, onv of
I ;itt a, clerk.
fruai 1,.@ 01'. WhItI-I olviole St. Jobs Riva Mu
I-lat'd (;rt,-*t-Iv!:l,#-tor.,, S. V. HrTv%'*.Wn JACKIEWMVIULZ Antl S.A#41111 010110
Va, 4- olip it. je; at Palatka, Astor, Noreoford (DeLoand),and InVerrosedals LOOMS
day -f! it I ii-for.,: J. q. i 1. .1. Y.A r. L.-%W on St. John$ River.
bev, 9 3 1:1 t A M 'X:0t-r z. ai.d 0. M. ot,. AT171 )1'..%F Steamer -CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
law of 'Allotli Aiall w t a-i (III-ir'K. to 1q; vil'ted to tail so foslows 3 Leave a
V-T. cf No r T T Hatil. oe FLORIDA I Thurazisle, 3:90 p. w. Htfurininia, lesser ftsford. Woodsy$,
n.itiil. I.: T and 1.. A.
prohiit I-, f .,I o r, e" Witodin"d &I P and Friday#. 9 -9D a. to.
1 a,4 (-I- rk.
with it it I; ]BAXTER 11CH.DULZ
I koad down. seed am
not pa -. :1, -t erl.,, W. T W -...; -wl .1. K I I I ri I. B PK'-K- I Tes To I :$U P= .................... Arrivell.Olla
'060, I)f \%Isoja si-all act iot f I# rk. ATTORNEYS AT-1.,AWI 4:41% pm ... .................. Palatka ............. ..... 14ave -.00
8 -W om ................. ...... Astor
The Mc\ll- nl;rh nniv ri- A
all ort III --el jf*11 '0 ')e sovicunips IY VIIA!, ( FRY .. ........ .... Ber"ford (DOIAMW) .............. at"
4 1 ', (;,I of uh-iii -,hall act a., (11 rk. Arrive S -80 am .......... .......... ft eford .................... som e
to ill#- !1 1-1 .. L 41ityita Pt-- I n Ieetor::: 10-00arr....
ard" iiiii t, Ithtch. .1. 111. Itarry arAd A. V. Ellis, titINIRSVII.I.h. Alserus, Co., FLA
u::#- 1)f wivinx !.!tail aet as clerk. PA 88FNtER AND TICKET OFFICE. 122 We DAY trf.. JAVbojcVLLL1
amollu, (If .,-II I-Wila a '0111epe atnii ,#.!I C. .1 M ix. "it"M at.% -1ce"It.
On 1.40 011114.1il if t):(. Not 4 vkps 'it-1, sin. 1). A. Ittibert-on and F. X. Millvir, F. M. likoxwoneaft, Ja A. 0. P &.. Jaskoosesille, Irss.
favoru')iv ru, y I uiw of N% i!fjTn Aiall act aq clerk. ER101SANII SAVER, Tony PwiniumeT. P A.. A. 0. H AMWff 0. IL P. A.,
Two :njio *. iit ma-#.:-; w(:e Loor-hit-osit *Iu!-I*t-vtors* A. K. Wade, F Jeelteonville. Fla. Polar U X. h.. New Tork.
upon bv Hit, Fli-c4ni j;.T.(-ivry F. N1. (",iolman. wid J. It. Thcompkins, ATTOR.. FY Al LA W, 0. Ff. TAvLon. P. T. V.. V. 0. Bnown, 0. P. A.,
-hura all a(
one of % .4b. A aq ofli-rk. 290 Broadway. New Tork.
t" a!i n iho, 11 r(An.,1I!I n. S!rjble C. W. Sylko.,, 0 0 FLCkl 1 L 1) Jonn. T. F. Asq, L. S. ftoostis. 0. A.,
ea;llreor fepr I or a it, a. d of Ft -r 11, nrl, r-wi. mi-I'T. P. V!nrk. ( .:#, jitieksonvillp. Fla. Le"Wora. Fla.
1.36'Uranve i:Ifti.n lo.n, i4h Ut -. liolil hh"Ill act as clerk. %. (',an poeoll you. 0t) property. %its- X-0. Coo"a. Jai- F. A.. rLTD11 311111,1111111, Il. F. A.
to a ronitn;ttev of 0:or-p. ind 11-o- Ormigo- -I,# tf err;: I Pt""reteed and raikimproved), phosrh&W Jackonow,111p, Fla. Pier IS N. R .. Now tork.
by %fr. I:A Aced hizat C. P 1.9irsaj. Allows. Jadwiftwille. Fla.
wim #III#, I it %eibitii hall tf.t ai Il.rk. 9rjICkj1;g and flIrM illIt I&Vds.
1A.8i Chorry Sink-Iii-1wrtorr;: .1 C e h4t of what 7nn iMor for PSIM. 2142a
I 'litch. ( ;#4). Stu it:i. J. M. P.'% #,relt. mit,
ColiC Of %% hft:i li;tll w-1 n-4 cl-,rk. j 0 A VARLI!-LE. -P[DRT I OU[I RAIIN AD (I
Nest Medielmis In the World for Loui-e-Ta-i-it tor- : it; eq). lzl#, rk- ATID)R.NEV AT LAW
and Diarrhoea. inian. It. 11. 1114-Xhinoy and 0. W.
"I find Cbariberlain'i Culle, Cho!-ra Main-. une of :-hall x t as Aod Solo-itor in Equity Soho-dole Effeetivo April 20. ING.
and Diarrhoea Rpniedy te) be the bvi-t rk.. Res Estate, Coorejeneitig stid Goa
remedy in the world." say4 'Mr. C. P--r.--4-v-r:mc-Yn pectrr-;- .1. W. ral I'metlep. All busle"s 1pr= 11 No. I N 0. 6 No. 3 No. I No. 6 XO. a
Carlislo. J. C'. Fiigati- and S. A, Car- 0 0or to Us Daily Sun (mly Door ex STATIONS DWv on am On& Sus Calif
L Carter of SkIrinn. Ala. A aui gub- ra % ii k-. mit- I..f "hom zlja.l act ns cIt rk. atter.ded to. MR" next 4 boa
Ject to colic ati-I diarrhk-wa. Unst %N*i'll#t sir--!i,,-I#.(-,,)r!.- John Torde, offlev. GAINZATTILE. P1.02111, A AN P31111 PU ru _PM
Sr., T A. it, I roui:hl. 14r, aivi C. V,111111.
spring It teemed as though I woul(I Leave Loesve Ltave Arrive Antv* A A
nn- (if irt aQ 04-rk I
die. and I think I would if I hadn't High "Ibritic.-insliectors: W. Ar 0, 30 Ar 1 09 'Af 4 W So LTS LOW L
Lv2,10 f.w40 I.v410 ..... Do 141rk .... ArIft Ar4U I I r
takeu Chamberlali;'s Colic. Cholera Ea:itq rlfii Nk". (". Stimino r and M. (I. Round-Trip Rates %1 457 iAr 1 06 Mayo juncuas ...... as 441 9
and Diarrhoea Reme(!y. I haven't Kijight. ure of %huiu A;all a,,t a.s Ar 9 AO .4r A 60 At 1 40 ........... ............ ..... .... LT 3 0 a
ArIt, V A r f3 311 'Ar 6 10 Hampitoom -OUN .,Lv 106
been troubled with it -Inc-P until thiS Ilagne 1nFlecturA: R. S. Cullen. VIAcombeetion Dade, at Dowum Fork for &Z traft to wed from Uv*Q* sea Pavir. adi week, when I had a very severe at- S. G. league and T. J. Hayman. uno iten &W Mayo Juseeloa for Malle.Aftes asid sU Is isle pah"
tack and took balf a bottle of thp of whoni -41hall act as clerk. I 1111111 44MIL tiOlD Wile W COM"UMS 11111lb W sia ft Gisserw Fooini
twenty-five cent s!ze Chamberla!n's Campie-Illot-Insloctors: John Irark- Astav 34mmo 110. Lowle bollifilstir. Uwe OaL
r lim Parkor mid Wa!tor Sti-Ile one 7NOMAS ]DOWILING. Prossilifisis j It. F. MOMNS. General POMSMW At 110111i,
Colic, Cholera and Dia"bopa Relinf-dy. ve OAS. rsambso.
of whom sh.01 art a.4 clerk. t
and this morning -w It. C. Evins.l
feel like a it 'Atlantlc Coas
am." For sale ty all dirtiggists. C. J. Gracom, and C. M. Cct,lhi-;. (-n,,, of The dhosis of Ow Ud Cie" of FkW
V.nm shall act a24 eltirk.
Newhe"y-frispectors: John G. is BMW 1061th- am tba st so
lWhite. J. N. Partin and E. F. Vidal,
one of whoni shall act as cleric
Roorky Pf-)!nt-InPpector.4: T. E. Line Railw ay
ra r 4 1 f 4 1 .%IcDnnnl4, A. L. I'linughtroy and F C. I &J