Gainesville daily sun

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Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
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Sun
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Newspaper
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English
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville Fla
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daily (except saturday)[ -1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
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Related Items

Related Items:
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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VOLIXXMVq No. 170 ~ UAINESYILL~ii FLORID)A,, SUNDAY, ALUGUST 2.-, 1907 TEN CUM A WEKE1


$1,O O~O O FRE OSS GOV. LOERv CONF D ay.NTP SE ROOT V130ROUSLY EXERCISES. A G E A K

FIR LOSS Excuiv WlLevinaFwDy CONSPIRACY EX O E -BlyMlonLcoking After Healito STANG E MARKSFor Northern Ponts. --of te Secretary cf ttate. *__That Ameum1 i Us Up Ig Smo&e ma.roa N4" e i Ploter Wetsl f.e wy *,or beoie I~t4i1*~a eat 17"luW sFuU e h Trt
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hri... ae..';,.it t c-1 I'i iiuti h,ti I t PLOTit AGANS inG to, lacot?'arm and e YTEY SIIIS C E

ENTIRE BLOCK DESTROYED b)aj &III#- ra!:,-tad-. PO AGIS KNGCARLOS Iwihh'i!.rvlCm.Ui a'0 YTR I U C
It Is goo-aa.: aeli rov g'e ll. ,, I'.(, fvoin W~~ttv I'laeinot.
Pittsburg Also Has a Pire Entailing trc0eiatuir otae r1aitHtasl~ il Premature Explosion at Lisbon Kills! Mr. Itoo arlt- hor oto-SdyolaYunoi ond
a Loin of 6250.OO-B1laze Started he a.tn'*l It I% ai,.o e', l kn )mU Two Persons and 11e1vels1 to Pol114 In~g fromn mercark and fatigte. wAt Her Apsre h witvllf SheA ewb
frmExplosin of Gasoline in a that niixiir ar dii'"or'i lo gott at Designs Upon the Lives of the KInd1t in tho, uf''ea a infran Oss rea',- and VIelki Merfh of Having St
from 4ocittr ofte'tarei t spus 010 Ile i114 afe~r isnirre-Sht. agl
Pressing Club Establishment, thel itt)n dof th).trandeQifeit rs porn- dow II.' 11ioi aftmpe b hhrr.
Cincinnati. Ohio. Atig 24.-Fire T'iat thv gqiiernor in contifnent (if the I:.;'kn. .Avg ,A .--T~e ti plnpitim of spnprie Nh~~?ew York. Aug. 24.-lbs M3~~'
11116 tarLt-d ait t 'c:u(*k Ttiuritdioi outatctie4 in the s~ite In *eIdtnorid In a oli o-o hc ildtopros A part tit 1're r'itilne at C.p fe !bY1 1 poi arrested im fii rn an e", z1gatl destroyed the entire blok m af 4 his fno ranh is thatlin ~In Ateati ind~biib1r wha ihled two ot ers. don farm 's t, ri- tie t qdj%:n-U go AM th lilr.e or Mrs. L~ii Ilunt uinit tirualsai3. en;Allu a 101 ame ~~ ~ i S~iDi t~i- nlfi~!~ijrd t0 ohr.Uilk tl'.( (iows. wtork In t, !- flt'le and sem a yen ife We
lestimatliA at $1 Tit*.~eee ire tic City and other pto;ats. lolo!jie broi'.'t to light a plot ilatcht I U) re- then. afze.r breakfAt truiwe~te )fD wals (mad lis hr apailmmis IS
It is sald. biturted io the I.ligle An a tiol y hit wil1 hale a sord with Gnov- pulkicn vou.1aaptors tol MgAs;f~ iftecan mlee, acrova Westcertr bill.. lig *yeow D11eemblya w"ithe4 Phboesix had plant. and spread to ernor Wighirs. of New York. and. it King Carane.- andae Pre'mier rranco atud The r',ilider oft the day Is put Is erased' dho lus Inam uw am Abe adjoining bulldius.,. At I I ii ie I riamoired. mae drop In on the pre'.- tu M, '_V I". 07.1 : 111 ilf 11,361tU1,A. with aom (+-eirk rYlivi. atvarr~npg rn- ored and marks e& strailers 111
the following buleiiu,.a hi.1~ beeotn de- Ident if the latter In back In Washing- The jlilir a.i go- that the head of Bey Killed an Old Negro Man. tan her thiet.t stroyed: ton by that time. It lit well known the ron-pite" Is Je'-ee IWtterleour.. AwnIer.. .%I:&. A im. 21"._014 A plese of smopip. Whc bab"
B. H. (;oter grocery oaarieiilltl~e. that tiespite the evident dI~poAition oaf a motiiecA i .'ol' it. Phillip Crti" k Itt lescl. ard Ira Per- wrebed in=il ams ova ea
E~rr.o &1n,~re..plnz the Alabama pitecutive to get at dag. On aeetrc...ng his apartments they wyntan. a boy~ of al-ritt to years of ltces. by ner w eeo ad
of Aena ~seltin CtIO nlwY T. ge'r iopunt with thea local Judge of found a nunat'er of letorii aid pverm aie. lit it, i'se county jail charged .,.bv~sem pmd
Williams Valve conpiti Roilbertac the federal court. the present ucru- whichb reioetoeci in lace Arie*t of -W with Ciae roaovdr of the vrr. as th*el It to best the 0~lm vr h
Lumbr copany Kno ~i)h! 'riningpant of the white houstio bas, a great Repuilicoan Ita nit The' have, beenI result of tp free 11e of a 3st-calibetr~ .pis osd h
tooalpany. antl the laiack Waui adnslrailn for him. placed on Chaips and uujader heuivy pitol In ill, bandit of the boy. After ua, ofi the 00M.rduooa*
company. Sheriffs .and solleitar bare been guard. .The shooter. several megro armed lie ndst mmu~ll M d at
sending In answers to the appl~cratiean ll-ietne'ourt Iittei; In the tenement themselves and made a rrarch for the so 16 the hop11111 at' 1111111 Pftt burq9, Al-:. ;.I Two fires on of the Louisville end NXasbville to district of tfle eit). an~i hio roona boy, who. from what they ay, wan- Wr Mrs. asho, nim m
I'hursday caoscad ')) the explosPion Of bare them enjoined for enforciug state have been tfie nczalorliartrrs tir ir- tonly shot down the old megro Over it ber how. I ~t9 ,gao111wn In e.!,1oicsi-Y ~saing ortettallaah- Laws. rapidly. Th'e elerk of the fed- pu'licoan agtI~(,rril Id t'Utl-jirt3oI'. Debt of $2. The boy was brought to she wa b" m alift IV mUoats raira-fd dari-:jueac eitirnated at eral court Is being swamped with The exp'osiemn ta.(k place tn liet- tbe City han by Policemn Ed~e and page of the kibeaf as*of $2&).uft anti for a tinie tWreattefed them. Sonloritor Dent, of the Mbont- tencotar'toe rw'ua and the Imen Milled, balckedJ up until a wArrant was takes M6g whe. she I iim perInMs Abe entire vast end! section of the city. gomery court. wa* the first, followed ar.1 thoise :prne eouG1:4itairs iout fcr buni. ani he was tieDn carried ;.z was "estd 10 the dewtbq The fire fir-a broke out In tde club closely hy Sheriff Nels'ey, of this ag;.ina~t thoe king dnsI the te'vernnaent. to Ite county )all. pressing stai clpianing company on count All are to the form Pent oat T'ie toai-e uof the e'x-rilglg bomb lihe Wlliem 4 anUih
)'ennsylvanis avenue. ruts three-storyr by (overneer Coamer, uion witich he war; terrific. and wlen the pol10ic WILL NOT ACCEPT.* uhr peDe
building wais di .-royed and fourteen akdthat such answer be made. rat *..'d in tie roa)m they found the!'alw;ot Si
employees wort :- 'cited from the inu- 'rhey set out that the federal 'ourt room a wrek. They at once made Sam D. Jone DInie 0111er of P"a" odows by firca- ni 'P- se-ond tire j las no bright to enjoin them from malt- a search anti found many documents o n ltie 00mmheleso. WaLs more veriou.. fu#- It vat,. !-' arros2ts on indictments anel from telling of the conspiracy against the Atirinta,(g. 3.-Se. D).
controlled se .en bule..a ,~ wire wpt Ir-* '-worti tillg thle case" whjen brought king and procruler. Jones former member of the Chaumout. up: siw-e that the action jaroiae to Wholesale arreilts Ame expected as her of commerce and president Of the Oft"eft ~sf
TRAED INALBAM. 1w trololn i.ei jutvalid. iii the light of a result (it MM accidental111 eXPlios.011 Atlanitat Stofe Works. whicas I
TRGEY N LAAM. t,' vi... *,I-, t's-ci otf 0-'In Sattes. Towe prisaner4t will be tried In sea party tc the famous aeoo-rate ea"M
41aled tat Wfe Wv Hsband's The hearing tin the. application will eret. They will either be executed against the raltroads. has declined to NSOWI 4011hilll 411011111
Cliedt a Wif. low Huld 'ewflare Jiidge Thoinas (1. Jones or exiled for life. accept an appolatment as eas elf the IAd ,i W" A=Leid
Eufaua. Had u. 4- trage Fnttreiay. le will then decide whortb- Taoe rerolullonary increment has now railroad commlsaloses at the 91 111111111# bi f~t #A A*.
Eyou reda. Ala., Au24- trnas tr eor noat he will Riake final the or- been growing In Portugal *over since hands of (loveraor Smith. He &a- w1111111111 11111 11111 NMI"
dyocurd xisshu tw, sder reptratnti the olilicers of the thwe king refused to abdicate. Had not Clines to state his regigms. but ft la, he heill%=. UtsSI
It isulclaimwditha ev Cande Is wed tae front lnweafiring wth the em- the bomb exploded accidentally the Is pretty well understood that the 3h8 CkWabS Of bal SK Ia t iiet hatpl of ated and hie piai)e., of the' 11liile and Nash- king wotrd crtalply have been ass"s- amendment to the ralroad soe.Ioe111610 S meo~ 0hd~~
beat her antl order#A her to leave the si~tl codn oteplc, bill prescr'-:Ag the qUaICLboatud Of .304 111111 31111111111 6011M 1
latoHethen lay ocrmi the badl. ---mctnltrs of tie budy kas something loos YOM~ 00.
'Whene sie pceupatlogn ndRUSHING WORK ON THE CANAL. "DIEADNAUGHT" AUTO** to dip with It. it io Reently an- MWp amd 11111111t *$woor.
firood. literally blowing awia) the top -dertif. also. that Hoe5. J. topet bmw bo ib~ taiiii imi.
of hismbad.malon to be allowed to Spend Chicage Arranging Is Bud Mamomft B1-own, of Hlawklmaville. will aso ft- heard S0e 111e0-000 4
hIs bohe.Ji "d.othncy an Extra $8.000.0. Machines. clime appointmielt. it. a. 35"n. salah deotia. m IN
wenrthr w Incmpny wiad h ohs Fita Wa--hington. Dl. C.. Augt. 24. -A' Calcago. Aug. 24.-The city of of Sarannahl. and Judge oI ur.He h wm.-b13
wto ut cronpn witTh e ihaFa careful examination of the law gov- Chicago is building an automobile, yet, of Atlanta. sam to he the IN 11" tme 112111 atSh S. .
to tke harg ofthe emans. 'rntasthe construction of the Pasa- which It ts pr-mniueel will be to othe prominent of those now eared Is Miilhe a S
ma canal has sati-MEed Acting Seers- automobiles w;iat the English battle- connection with the new e11111 hIs. Iml aod, he 16 W oo







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______________ P. L 8, IS AtIAnta COsattUtica Uulvtay of the Stso of Flo. Florida Female Colloge.
1i ___AlEI~LLL PL TALLANASME. FLA.
-A 111g"M1110 100t11241 10 A @oil*"g for we-wel vefthout
Whor Le* IsLif. yoftsMM oferng Lteflyl cl- a porallet in the Sou~th, embracinge Wher Laa I Lif. YLVI U~5l erln LitfS' *~ a Coileg of Liberal Arta, a School ~ Es yW aft. Umseerins, ArerIltBral ter Toehers, a Gomeel ef Iengue.
sNoymisa hwOh. world. so gr* an ie and Pedagogical Ceunese trial Arts, a Scheel of Fine Arts.
Valsd almdWy should we dwell with stiff. atrea fae"t; weleepo InciedIng Plaum PIPS orgen. viOlin,
J3011 Cal cm hruh trmad i lahewrsterl tahessugs inar elee culurs oectio and physi.
__91111 w fm ou s n. hs aom ndtio. t1191% bushD Ibeernden and sal oftue.
-ME ~~~ To the land where love is life'r; ufl..eweenadi A facalty of a110e specilU jig
Sol gar. *pi e spemacie" &a d ll deputmeflts
Th aiis aH. e cetfine h igh atr s TUITION FREE. Charges for
The aiss I th de no uaw em" t pbift apealal Iatiustben In Oine arts pe.
g.141 em thankful for the light;I.1m Ots en very dwee to a minimu New build
wp o d k Th. Mike a&l their life rewwelw. For' eaalagm a"d laftei- Ige In course a construction .
am~ mi dreewie w o
ftlaird. in heevea's sight. ASWU Pmu. A. A. MU=U rehet

lwAnd yet we sigh along.bda y o.M And dream of dee as i
dim Sled -1* 00041 :zp:w PHFEoB SS, K
Sewed Oldest ek in hlsosvile.
&Af DOOR& BUNS eard InteLebby.
-M, "'You heaw a god- about *after- A Share .of Your Business will be
isdanespeakers. but nothing about A peitd
'actt-mupper' iae." IA pe itd
~~ ~~' "Oh.~- by tha time they're too full________for otesat- Four Per Cost luteesat Paid is our Saviegs Depar8tIMeut
a m 1 Time and TW&dLe1 uM 1820 Cadger. m
>~~. 1153 Eh3DV~fl Misew Time an' Miste Tide may:_________PW t o f c o d P 1 11 01 W e g w ne aw l y i s B S RC
-1Jq A a-,m ORl Too must rise a* foller. to- B T A T & R L YC M AN
aacosm*tW& A long poem. *4s out. is called "TheAE & R LT CO PI
Awl _________ low of the Seven &a.** But we
_______n to we amy moare Dunr than E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
be-noa w6 pi~wi sl g "m&u earay Aboesels of Title mWnd i lafeiais usmisbed ussiag ladi ws OW
owunl -Our eenw ho. Hl!d i siinS anthirty Iftm and Of 0 8803 heter tey ft r nt. eu."Noweameesmat V" lan te".
0.I tw aii Whmen fe Coake a Rid

~~~~11 11410M ab W'lrac mha.po~le the shady -other aid." FIRM. AOOMID3N, SUNRi.AJS AII ND EZMTY I1URAJCE. 30mo
Af a)Where the aumobles are cheaper avawasoba ---1 k~
ftw W a sap howoqp n' the pow coo takesa ride! 2 -1.3.1.T 010 LOS
d" iiiisbw n M aan ofnaee It Cosa to be Is faahloo.
Use ft 3m WbnoW om Vin wi AM' fashio lends You wog
do Mo fw weeks. wish the resait The ox-cart ba lows healthier: ESTHER 6. JORDAN. W.W. HAMflCU
4ft ~ ~ Wn iaOreis= e -Gee-haw. Ohar! Git along!"
hwt-Mrich in." says Brother Wil- O
in_ gild aIp.ls.. can'tt take his richee ter hea-J RA OPN
ago ON-w" week bh ei em with him but mosey sb* t
&td hwVtLSiee e mk hmlveahgbo im nINSURANCE
aft *"read a his am de heavenly rad!
ftsSig V* aid he iiny PORTER SNOCK GAIP4ESVUML "L9IDA
be nW i 00,901 asse 49is A True Phi lesepher.eis 00 do so wo or It takes a true philosopher to lo ieoLfkn A cdnt~bs
06 09 ahea in fthis way: Fire,__Life__and_ Accident_______________bus
obe 00s 1110 he00 had phinty -D& yer house Is on Amr!
he ~ wea? I kow It Warm yer asds whilst i
IS Se 'IN bNDWs 40 wrtUee' bean', an' the devil take the 1
a~~ 401111 MW aw=a ti coal t~s mext winter!

MM SIF 111111G d b Who ma Let us look to the light. Even if It __to Y n A ehiu s.
'is&M 111111 1er 006S 3b 00 blnds us, we had a bright time look- is a 0on"My~ha --a~nebit. Have a Poiiel Cormetl
l11110111 MFda g at It. Written B Ash Lbeislity of @1t COEsrMet sam the 0an
~~Sir whou% dW 80 The fArow looks losg when you're Pope Losse Prmptly e po
~ Whis isploig the mule, but there's rest





TE DAILY SON: *AINESV[LLK. MAMMtIA. AUGUST 25. 1907

AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. MISS DAVIS AS A TEACHER. I
Lito aro@ lae fWrsh~ip, .ig a Fine Certificate From One T
Where Thes Desiring May Attend. of Best States in the Union.
Services wil be obw~rved at tt. dif.K-s %iiar!A T H [ O IH S~ lK O f
ferent churches todav as folbmuv: r..nD E r r 1i r lai,m i, I ig I,',._____First Method!3t C :urult it T. 1 th .,
3'ecbn a 115.i Ji'r. Y *~a~lhl~ ti'ou are in"'It'd to come to this Bank and open an
League at 3. &-nior Iseague. at 4 11. r.1 oialt.% W, lilt- Wali 11l1 h S'Iol i account, and we promise you the same courteous
i.II-traihig i I li' ho vvwiig ait 7 Likew ise sl *1. ',#.r rt treatment given the man wit a large dcposaL SMwa
There will Iwli e r e.' lit~ thet 1144LI-1 (A illIS( Mk.- i- depositors today are the large depositors in after
First Pre'sbyterian Church toAny ow- I AED a ii Ii of ex~celle'nt refIianeit vivr years. Start todyand beonecof the large d~posi..
ing to the fact that the flour of the UN E S L lit &i-mmto and is lion tolr
chuchIsbeig aited Trogh hl11opular aniong those with whoma she' tors later on.
courtesy of the First tia4IiUst Church. Is I?'w'iZat,4. I We pay Four Per Cent Interest in our avng De13unday school will lie held lit that' The little fellow that buys -%ti..s lsuvip& comia" with tl!#- highest pateiand on Tim Ceiicales.
church at 4 o'clock this afternoon. oepc'oftins and one eni.(ntom!rnahghuhr.
At the First ialptist Church there I-- O 15k i C~ ounSueint ene nto hee iT :q 'p
will be Sunday school at 9:31 a. m. piece of th anno beint 'x*s.~i hce r cnt'an Sue lnte ot el
Preaching by Rev. P. W. Cur at 10:301 wiho res educational blessleegs to the county.
a. in.. at which time Air. Corr will I "P compete_ wtouprcsIG ainesville N ationalBan
preach to the parents on Christian Suda Shool Party. 'New but Good.
Education. The BI. Y. P. U. will meetII
at 7 cloc p. n. t be olloed b WE UY I OAA h e suint Sunday school 1Inrty was
)aht 'llg p. Cor. to be foloeck.ih at the home ofMrai. A. A. Tailor, T. W. Sham!.. We. R. 4-aa, CA. No"
preahingby r. Crr a 9 'clok. ift' Ptut. Friday evening. Therm i C~
AdetChristian Church. Elder AL A SW& a mood crowd present, and the "
James Lete-Sgabbasth school at 10 a. AL AY evein was as' in a most enjoy. I. --in. Preaching at 10: 45 by Eider John Iable manner. the lorincipal features Lee of Georgia. Preaching by thel SAVE MONEY for our- being gam". anid music.
Church of Christ-Sabbath school AsCI and customers, a union school, but In a large olle. agat 10 a. in.. followed by communion I______________ g.gelu itstremmes
service at 11 o'clock. I gai n lit.the members.l ~
The usual services will be held at I 3,'
Holy Trinity Episcopal and St. Pat- ~ E V L Eltl Children's Drag Ride.rick's Catholic churches. CA N S I L ittlMss Catherine flaile. daught______e__ of Mr. sitld M1rs. .1. Mi. Ildile. ton-1 'UmI' W3LE
FU RN ITU RE deed a delightful drag ride about theG IN bV dC W U
Stork Visits Morris Home.
A letter has been received. in this C O MU P A N Y ty he ~ t e sin .s ind honrmo GRAHlAM BUILDING.11
city announcing the birth to Rev.-tnd Y Heaile of se lese and have bee
Mrs. R. H. Morris. In Philadelphia. of ________________here on a visit to relatives.I In O r RE T N pt e
a fine girl.Alogdawa etrdanth0
Dr. Morris. who Is the pastor of a Another Fine HMne. Aitl fk n joyewsad therieImn- We noed Two Siz-room sin t "M ti
Presbyterian church In Pbiladeliial. Fea. T. McCormick has let the con- liteflsei'dterd me Se w orv, S&~-room House 1 Idl' w
ite a brother of George P. Morris in tract for a fine home in East Gaines- - Place yawt property wid us--we i I N
this city, lie resided for many years yUle, at the head of East Church Cihamberiln's Celle, Cholera and same ie madipprove md ii.wJ6 ,
Jn Waldo. aned has many friends in street. Darrheea Rentedy, Settor Than
this section who will extend congratu- This home is to cost about $3ZDOO. We h6ye FOR RENT am ftrim uui
lattins. and will be use of the most modlern li Three Deefte. w"pj &mre blockof dSaw $15. SAO p
this section. Material is now beitag '-Tbree years Wo we hald three doec-~ ~
Dr. Rogers Improving. delivered, and work will begin at one tors with our little boy and everything
A card received from Mrs, S. [l. that they could do seemed In vain. *
Roger* at Atlanta. states that her Early Morning Comet. At last when all hope seemed to be ___TeT~ t.e~ m*
busband it; rapidly Improving, and the For the Information of ths who gone we began using Chamberilin's TeTo m o
physicians attend ilag think that be will rise early, we will state that a coe Colic. Cholea &Wd Diarroes Remedy be all right In a I -t tinle. 1.4 visible In the east about 3 o'clock anid in a few hours he began to Im- Elms I-6m Sd
This will be- ;.-; -r.r Infortln a i nche morning. The comet at this prove. Today he to as healthy a I"to friends of D~r %li li .'a.. Weae tn In quite dim, but Is plainly vsb.i- child as parents could wish for."- mSppee Was,16 1W?,A I,Sg..
fs-it anxious for hib '.' tiou uithic ble to those who have mood eyesight MR&. H. J. JOONSTON. Untos, Xiss the past few days. 1and look closely. er sae by all druggists. 114. 00 WUT RAIN STUb? 5ILTHE. GREAT CLEAN-UP S .*[At HYDE'S j


Continues with unabated interest. More and better values for the second and las we&k of this Gai.
Every piece of goods with a Summer look at extremely low pimc to clen them p






M AniY sui: 4k&INviSLLIL 7WOIUDA, AUGUST Me 1"7


THE "*n IVUILW fOUTIL Reowa. of losing or wasting inches
of tin-hey ame *e little foxes that
WV ial MeCgrMachp a young maillion- run away with many days, says The ain. of Now yout. bore an honorable Sepltmber Deliuoattw. S~o much can mneand b" ha avmatage Iu life that te done irn thems. and -with thein--of- A Healthy Liver M akes
few yomg men hae. From. the ow- ten the very thing for which we sigh ft t e ut mWtis ceo hopelessly. p.lte.eey .A W l a
Wd esMbb,. lo- makeo of one of the richest and Keep Pomething handy--snje.thing 0 oldest raale to Poughkeepsie be. that fit* the Interval. Re'fmembher a mm. a speed fead, and mnany were fanboup law book watt written because the a Pele---to he met with and ImaY a lord chancellor chope not to be Idle were the Snes he paid. His reckless throughout the fifteen minutes his AUM driving wo the admiration of Mrs. wife made him Wait each day for din-%
ym-es Carrie Converse. mwif4 of a wealthy ner. Recall, too. all the men, noble meerehaMs &ad a Meader In society. sand and eminent, who have climbed the W di por Yeam ago sOw eloped with young heights by saving inches of time. All
-j MeCermick in his -Red Devil." and of us cannot hope to become likewise,000 ame tured the country at breakneck eninent-but we can reasonably and M 11110U P
in speed. balvimany hair-breadth ea- easily make ourselves happy withDo r yls
esp ad ein mnytimes arrested things wrought In the fragmentary wfhs Im r ,ANLffdi6m
Sampw ees md hiring mments which we might unthriftily 4 I 0%
The 11"@1 afte the manner Of leave vacant. bw my of- ddoe use01 far
'~msmm uala to the East. sued McCor- rus no hwe 7"eusiti
md fie $too."*0 dainag- and his Bartow Is realizing handsomely s
wift Aar e.. MeCermick Sually from Its water and light plants judg- 90 adGSUw
aMf pU p for1 the release of Mrs Ing from the following which appih so m Im from her mwisge vows and ed In a recent Issue of The Recai PUNEU W CZ N
de he Umte her bMenelt. Although social- "Th7e receipts for the mouth of Juii ~ enisdthsp maistalme a town for both te wate sad lights, amounthe mi n a vesse bim sad spent ed to $1 .423.40. while the expenses for 016 J L&.11 uh dual
Me*h of shah' te In the "Ned DwlL" the same Period were less. than $700. 716I
AM &Pw das SAW they &Mt fro uSdiug with each quarter, the receits b- Od 1tacii
V Hven to MW Tark is a 511471. sae much In excss, and heoce It will JILwu-icS
- ~ ~ ~ jd yW m sad Vwf an eigty-hers he seem that the municipal plant Is iU
9V MOMapsemied on the soen a paying the city. and then the street U16N 1 f "
a me .= Ne~wmick nom into & Nogting and water used by the citydo- &
hi Au ft 0o "elm 0wImle the O m In s a fre ItemN. Very few %1h I.. Ii lm m
fe osn is U m m his machi..e mualcipalltles to Vlorida can beast of 9L. Low@* 96 6 Am
sotga how m re wi stoed its such a well managed plant afms gig im ieg a mhrribay their possession and It to with pleas ""I qu el 111111111111y SWd Me. wo The Record notes such an excel-W&" sm Stfeet ItG lent show lag."
*a me an The oher ear did ___________
so of No V awe VWr dead or Nsm
"k abuais d ow a Fomr.yi the 0004 or those "oweing
WS m5~ 5We" awa W"s to say, my wife bad something
m e IN*Idoha ki sA after uslag the do.0 ur dlat dohe wpe "nmed"e Sm' ene te omul. Ja etw E p sfo
bo t- 4111001011 The wea111h so 0,ty -hmsrs aie s1al OWIt softW 1iss 0~ to he bet~ thea asytiss she
am*' Abe0i am Aile W o oake by all drussist.
ml thei deae wer ________M~ ~ A LiE110*A1 hI The Atlantic Coas Line Railway
dma~~W a&,"a~e.*Ift ma i a ad-pw PPeople all over Florida- Ffe the Atlantic Coa~t Line
o WN of www e s m... I a- ,..,. 'Purple Folder" for scedu"e to the Junaebtown Expowao dM Pa Issition. Two daily trains tach way with through PNll.
11141F w' Is00 111191 man Buffet Sleepin as

_______tax 'esnsxy day and fifteen days-limit excurspicr.:
NM VA be n& fttickets on *ale daily from April 19th to Nov*ember 80th
~SOON at low rates.

h19" aheadft so" o ledA&AN& Coach excursions at very low rates.
00 el ds own min For further information see your nearet railroad
osn t he 00 wae mu m ..m~-n. agent or write
a d f will have Mn up ~ B E I

S" f m-pa FRANK C. BOYLSTON
tw mo N IJ Disk 1t Passeeger Also%, Atlsmtic Cent Line, Jachsenvifle, Fie,
pm, bave neabe_
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- THE DAILY SUN: IGAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, AUGUST 25, 19075

MARRIED IN A CARRIAGE. MR. SURKHIMSO GIFT.

Two Popular Gaineeville People Had Presented Handsome Picture to ~~~* Ri ,,~ e ta
a Novel Experience. I Gainesville Lodge of Elks. "O d s Ban inen ra Florida"The follkiwltag front The Pa:laat kat int. sir owl Ia~ioa feattire's of thle News5 of current isimeUC wAill jsrsme it off~', i;.a i. iU4 I Al0lgo S. 'to C!114 Interest to friend* of Ithe votitract i.: msl~ s'.t ,.al roftf U sIrdur (of 9I. F. DUMP'FO Or'I 1:1- 111 DUION OA4
parties. hurv: Elk. il ri~hI~irs~ night. %%w r. W. It .H U 04 D
"W ile Judie' %I.I Co\ %t # i. '-'istatw bsi 1, I .1 lilithini of1 a &iil Co. ?'-I. p
gaged Ili i'oiidiictitig ths' ;srodIiar% i.e i s, r* etisrn ing o ill Ka v. %%- Capital Fuji Paid $75,000 atr TeD t
examinat ioni of A. 1;ll~son a~t Il 0ii, lit-ad :tii l' Aiilloer, liriv ht~ Ii. t%#- (t 6 A~NSLE ThA. Dutton~
house oil Wednlieisin. v morinig, it iii a1 nii.tilieiit fra me. r6A N K E' RS. .NES~iua FLA.
yojung 111811 si t.*. too (111110, to) It. T'id pa,~ ,~ti r,-k s i f olliv W Ih 1t1ivt t of' V )T ,1N 1.J 4.N C111
head of the. t~tair% and be'oi it) tit. it- kitl *- es r #etsii l Viii sf:i -ir ;tit. ICtalObd T U I and C.ITY S. J THOMAS.
Judge. whoe imita'liattsl) go ill al~ %I *-I# *'i tl~l t~otr alo ";L.1 w.tE u.r1 111
started that liv would Ito- sslligedi tit: -vur, di b%' %I. i*Pulrkliwi mho Is allE~(S O Y .I.riOA.
adjourn court t~or ten or flfttii nlitl- sijithu-litw -t-o-ml-er id' I isIto-liel A EPik h use areqth has N'mn -n ce(aqisuos low suofe tham a quliner Md a rentwy at is I kalwa Sthogd the couib'y. Ac. ut's. andl U It Ili.S5111s' cu d' s &. 11 %.t-i ir-A Ilihw. a11tel u iiii i' vyio "i cots of~ NWha. Corporatioms. 1 erat. Mullmen. Turpettaw Operewos and se~cid.
and maarr) a esils. Itne-s diswi s't~drr; Tlit. Irs- iii.itfifin caill a- ;t gro:jit the young l~l&1.1 iaftrnsei i l-i .1 iidue' -iri FoIleteI~ itlt *r i s o- jur per cent paid soTine Certlkcal.. of Ihpooi. 6Nbsn9a .t 6a
that he had hilt fl%#- miiste'- ts, satt'h 1,4p.t a.'i:rs- t'ille.4t %orill. L: i irto f l stI th~ isaiit Co'rs:-t trna. thatli.s- theIlir cith ri-,ulsi With "tit%- le#t'' mAh.4dV -WW' pe1 1l i ed..d I n :a carriai. v. alt am1." It i,4 t il:Lgnifivenit picture andl*-- - -
Ing In front (if t hi, coart II' i-s andi It ,s %-sie~ t r lt1iirkhliii etiritegi ?Il, MR. HODGSON HAD TO GO.
asked If his loi r otouln Iit sto-1p tit i's('eit %i-Wt to) t he Ntort i. Iatiri 4h.is the carriage andi lit- the kitot. limi hie.th %Iit lt'arlihim rotilool4re'tt Man Operating the stump Puller Corn.,
"There was no re'aso.n. so .Juidge his trs'tlsreza liand hi% lesigs.e at biou. polled to Leave for His Home. IE. N WUN.
Coxe hand tit*- y-otmn maii go.-i into Ili#. lit- hadi H oples ertituhy tit s.'snrc' thid T. L.. 'Hrlison, of Williston. whoal"rIage. aid. jo',inic th.'ir hands h is '-tr~i ntatirm jilettire'. andl~ -Jul jsd" has beeii .aigaged in pulling tre.'s an~d PNottb 141e C'or Usuin heelif
honor made Ilh( yatimis: itoqile- lia-anail at tt#- tilitMrtunlity with ai alertt nel4 ltunis and clearing the right-of-way and wife about ag 4iui.-k :as :in oridii:ar) Whic-h w ill wayss be alploreclats'd. on the Gaiiaesville-Praile Creek road UM =Y115 Romti
man could gay lackk Itobins-on.' Ili a short buit %ery- iniloreqs'iv talk, with his stutup-puller, was called honM9 Telephosis No. 2311. Poss Odlos
"llv this time fihe crows! hI the. Mir llurkitini ,cresetited the picture,. Friday by an ituportant letter. and Bo t
cou111rt i'ooni kii'w wht W:I$ going on to tite' lodge. While he wats sejeaking ulay not return to Gainesville and fits and all rushed to tli,- wiadvswti and thi' #-titirv meeslfniohill present listen- duties for several day"i. PIaNOS W~f 016M
down the litairq4 to nee. Batit flip ere- 441 With ana Par of earpnesns and lit- This will not Interfere seriously. 1W UU
niony wait all oven. All they' 'saw was terea?. andi at the conclusion the donor however, with the work on the road, ASUNY POE
a moist attraction' young hitdy with a nt'c.lved a round of deserved applause. as Mr. Ilodgason and his stump-pulling smiling fare aid a well drvossed aid Illon. Henry R. C'hubtb. exalted ruler machine have been so energetic for L"ii&IWI L e L L
pleasant spookeva young man. who oft Oaitae'ssille lodge. responded In a the past few days that they have sue 'U'
banded the .11 udg. his fee aittd told the, ino-it dellisttful way. which is his own. ceeded lit clearing the way for the The Does KOO". sdi"Roe
driver to hustle for the depot. Ilie 17oid of how the lodge., collectively road gang which will keep them busy Hos aseIei
"I seems the young man had call-. ad individually. appreciated the gift. for the next three or four days.
ed on the Judge earlier In the day. me- which was one of the handsomest Mr. Hodgiem believes he has, got Chic zerbIiigo Mathushekr, Ivor & Nnm, Zey, ILIU
cured the licetift and asked him to ever received. stump-palling down to a fine point.. m oe te ae
be ready. jand he Is right judging from what i ad enohrm ks
"The young people were fro ; A RUNAWAY HONR. The Sun representative saw him do
Gainesville and the young lady had -an Wednesday. It is no trouble to.~ ALL PH-C~
arrived only a few minutes before on! serious Accident to J. II. E1merson keep a right-ot-way cleared In the the 0.5a. & V. train. Was Narrowly Avated, manner In wflich he does It j~jy U N ~ M U IUb'&t
$*The groom was 31r. Edmond Me- While driving In from his roadwork ..L3ILI AN FAIEL ORGUANS3
Ohee Weston and the bride wats Miss on the Prairie Creek road Thursday LETTER111 TO IL IL VOYLE,
Mary Elizabeth 11ill1. The young man afternoon, Suptervisor J. R. Emerson Gae 1la. PIANO TUNING A 61"CIAJJ1'Y
was raisedl in this county, at Crescent had an experience which he will not naw Sir: Wsald like to print City. and In the son of Itrs. Frank poli forget, an it came near costing YO'bofOi guaratee inlti
Rutherford." hm islf.paper. where all yowl DelgbhOI win Dealert; in All Kinds of Mujam 1JRb. mts, .
hi.m ero hi s life, suea e e %it:
Mn.Emrsn asben uprited. We'" furnish the paint to paint halfmuia MAY REORGANIZE THE SAND. Ilng the work of road construction on the house of any fair man on thesem
-the Prairie Creek road for several terms: He shall paint the other half
several Musicians of Gainesville Are weeks. He rides In the city and with whtee ote pon be lik11es;
same painter (ay fair man) same---S"eking of Reorganizing. has the habit of corning home at way (the way of all fair painters, to
One of the best said most s'oul-stlr* night. While coming on the date make a good job). If our half iosu't ring advertisements a town or cityt mentioned his horse was frightened take We gallons of paint by ousilienth to seven-temths. well give bjm the ESTA MLOS E R M im"
can have Is a band-if It is a goodl at an approaching automobile and paint If our half doemut Unlj i__________________One, the Worst It It is a JKXor One'. made a dath, and before the occupant labor by one-tenth~ lie sevem4eathat
Rut (IaIneinville. with a ;Ioptal:tf)i'sof the buggy was really aware of we'll give him the 9618Lt=0 flow of 7."1.O has awil('e talentl through 'what had happened he was In a ditch Isn't OMd4M ths teali the various smirces to organize a first. iand the aimal was on the way to the rive him the paint. It our half l D lI I NW
class band-su organization that stable, hm the paint Any eder. fo 41
would prove a credit to the city and The horse left pieces of the 1,uu We may one-tt. because there the State. and thope mocst wise realize I'at various00 points. as evidence that he are two or three paints with about tWno I te im t mketh'lad"benthre" inll wndngupthat difference: we' say -even-thbere' -D ALI S VI&
thatnow Is he ameto mke he ad be' thre."finllywining'~'are 4owaes of paints with about that start. jat the stable with the shafts. However, difference--we may one to sevem, be.
With this r-alizatirt staring themil Mr. Emerson was fortunate enough cause thee's a hundred that wasted In the face, and with that Musical, to catch a Incoming carriage, which oe-third Of the intley paid for both enthusiasm which warms their hearts. Ivrto bnatrhhdwlkd Is there a paint we baven't covered?
an effort Is being made by a few of mile. Tours tuly. e
the old musicians to reorganize the 33 V. W. DEVOE & CO.
Gafinesvilleo brass band. There i-4 no MRS. CURL IMPROVING, P.S.: The 8. J.Thomas Op. sell our i & %~ Q t~ W
reason~~~~~itoo~ whf thi Ifta VTual not be IP 1w Oprtin In MITag is ~ SA






YBUDl: NILL5, FLORIA AUGUST 95, 1907_41A ISLAM @@rTTCA 3YMIII

ftvo~ O, nd 2.-remeIs111119@ajoedMai"0110IMMIBLOOP POIO NR D'- ALDLANMA1 A PEARICE.

0= a U Nado rts 3IW5n AY as UMRWIO F DSASE D Z 11 T I ST'
W0 waaf 3M Mn bliore was ___1tIL ITONONP l a Ofc over Dutton A Co's. ILaak,
Is N WdM ofdo lrotbobof ot mimucmesPhone 290. Gainesville, Fla. Majrl comes NEMonAMA3. from the absorption into the blood of germs and microlns- __we dm bearb aimi fo do pst which deo" the rich. nutriti re qualities of the circulation mud reduce it to
j5. TU o wha fro Florid&lon & weak, watery, disease-spreading Stmam. The healthy color of the ski i DR Vx"'kI'E B. ~~I
~ ~.~ ~ ftU FIVM g03 ve to it by the millions of little red corpuscles whiich are in the 1blood.
ro AGO" U1 Yewr a boal aried sum e the carrier of nourishment and health to all parts of the bodly;
,t NO ~ 9001111 Fd rw" T"e in Other words the very life and Vitalizing essence of the circulation. Tise .... T)EIN TiT.r
am bb saso mae a mos destruction of these corpuscles by the malarial poison takes the color
Now~ knormolm as to the crop.!I from the cheek, mud in the fit stages of Mialaria we have pale, sallow face.
'*11 urnS MM won me dow POoW aete. a bilious condition is met up. and we feel -out of sorts ~ ~rHm id s -k~e7 ~rM
as Uk of *oem "bey to rank ch u Malaria means more than this, it is a systemic blood pois~vn. ______whih mderines the health and gives rise to innumnble and smtetinse' We 1110111 "f ahoidis" eeigg- aeloadardeuu an11Id diseases if the poison is allowed to remain in the~ blood. 111010 Wft 111104 N RW O es", As the blood becomes more and more poi luted with the malarial poison, the IDit RoBr. c. BOWERS.
No lblo will WeM1 bare a digestma becomes deranged,. chills anti fever are frequent, skin disease TIT
v mt 40*@.but wib contiusd bajls and ewbmsces. and moves mud ulcers break out on the flesh, and after DNIT
Mo onm* bimy wil josu~a eo while the Sosudatica is laid for other diseases which either prove fatal or
"WILIP. wtly undermine mud wrektthe ath. Malaria can onlyv be worked 01111 is Miller Law Eze4hae.
'111mbased 1810 uta h system through the blood. Purging the livr and bowels with
soEWE ilego Gedren strong, nauseating cathartic can never refoove the trouble because thvy do Ofisf Phone No. 216 Resdence No ini
us bo h adEa..3 not reach the blood where the germs are constantlyv multiplying. The otil v
~W ~11101111h0p for a cim is a remedy that can (k~troy the germns and microbe.;. an4t
9"Wi WI dYN .... 34 sntralize the bed effects of the poison, and S. S. S. is the medicine to
ad wa Phi. fWLI@ ac8%0 cOwmpUA this, because it isA perfect hlpod purifier atrd a general sy;tefn It
~ ~ h .Mi 106~ .. 1%OU reitetd of unequalled value. S. S. S. T. 8 ELLIS, JR~..
2L*i fe.a 1bs.. U6 on searchles out and rem oves every trare AITRNE- AW
oft. Wi W Ps...U01 of tile malarial poison and puts theAF14E.ATLW
Hae EdW*.. 52 g hlod- in such rich, healthy vundition
SU SS. that 4.allnw. amruiic com~vlexi-,nv- take OAIM3SYILLIB, 101
do"& es 0 on tile Tud~,lb 0WOf he 3th. tile liver
3~~~~s. Srs e. U~S and di-zmsticn are righted. tlhe appe.
no". s *1* 6 ~ U2 tite iiijroved. tile by.-tvin vit.%iitl B3AKLR, AlA1IItbN A BAITLk,
andstrngt1"e. and emey symptom of l~aria passes away. 0Malarial ATO EY.TL ,
fti b mhriZ ,ier Koewa 0innu will And S. S. S. not only a prompt retiiusly but a tetle. IAeaiaa act- ATRXY-TL W
tPOL- ug~roL"3.a well as a certain cure for this di :e.iw.. Ik'.7 idvs reniIEviI the **SOLICITORS IN~ Ch-ANCERY.
cameo( Malaria S. S. AS builds up, every pirt of the sys.tin hy its fin%: tonic I QV4I ~Werd 1111 bmw effects. Persons living in a maltriial section should. sit thi% *ason. fortify
CbUs ad mlUWhem their systems against this instidioti disca-e Ir ptirifvini'. their lsaxo I with a GAINESVILLE. Alachua Co.. FLA. I b Mo.id OiV e as eouuuof S. Book on thie Mi d atnd nriv Ionelical ailvit.T desired sent Offee in Halums Block.
a o ow do of yese I ofra charge. T=E SWIFI SPECIFC CO.9 ATLANTA.GA --"ds~~ft~5~-_ _-- F ERDINAND BAYER,
AVw, InsistsII, it fie 1011 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
~ amo -yoo CLYID STElUIASHI COVEAX 0lAIXISSIILL8.S,0tiA
a"o0o" 1 ft U"~ Ca seU you. sity property, (or.
tsg w9 j4d~k& 0010 prkan tinimpro~ed), pbosbait.,
Ion U& Vet 0 IA. 6 N trucking mAd farming land.go i
11111114dr 11110,mb bw 111M a life of what you 01Evr for MI* 2142an
V~ft as Hr~e3 A. CARLISLE,
Plow Taft. Aug. 24.--Tstlmony AI rl-NEY AT LAW
ftba by a Now Jersy assembly And Solieltor is Equity
0ttoo. which has been luve*ti-gmgli cue4itlons In the state reform- Be Esae Conveyancing and (kan
at way wa to th efec oval P A. LoeGtE-Cee.. All business prom~
*Is October. IM.4 an Inmate. o tde t. OU..ISOVW1 F01110i
___ Ufws w4t was stue up Jzacke nv111e and New York,
6 h108Per. He was kept strong u~p 08111in "tCELkRLEFO. S. C., both ways.
w suffering the soles of wood al. Round-Trip Rates
a"he poomlu. the witnesses said. "W h W flassi Usambip In So Ceaslwllse Swvi"e_________kvh ke ept Crossng that be was
~I *I* iedd die after being I" Clyde Now England and Southern Line*
~~m ch ous-y pmoecutor has
ledeashend at the testtmony and Freight Be 4140eBetween JACKSON VILLN. B(m4TOII mud
tabs the esse bnair the grand PROYID3NCZ, Ad All 11atra Poists.

4~w me 11110 13E&-EEL1B LxMGE4 Atantic Coast
amtwanbm N 11411111 is ftumbou"......................... ... F ro Lew Catern orf oAtmci
am~ s ugsswv L

411 1 .0 ~ 41111U m amdIS. ala lmr i
tofeB w I b soe0SWOin J ACKSOPSWIL16 anti V.&mvosD LI e R l

at. Ean I haef"pn" tkI ANW orStW ok w W anRivet.m od&
Ipgpf i3mftItIsbe na ob tvr
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___THE DAILY SUN: G*AINESVILLE._FLORIDA. GUSTT 2#5 19077

auAN PAciFICATIoN COSTLY. BRIEF DISDATCMES.

q.4.9TO Was Spoent In MaIntutrilng King if I QPitV.1.,I of
inwrlcan Army en Island In IM. Smn ),g .-,d ii .

American government 82''4i7Iin rerii ..
addition to the regular ortitiary ex- ~ Y *r' i
yense. to keep the Amierican a'ii of nJ
Cuban pacification in that i~ln ur tt i.-. 14
lug the flir-.al )#-ar t)( 'I IJ ~ .
bet is shown Its toie annlim:i r. 'u:t of 4 i !.C OMEI A
&MI of the army. ttAf 'Ila;: .an
Of tile- a-IIlI unt1 ,stntler. ft f.911 .7-tj ', I ..
was spent for trdni'ptortatton G~tiutii :r. It a, II .4* t 1 I. .-J i
Aleshirt det ot.'s a few w~ird~z ft tbi IPw
quarter ma.Nt 4, rI ief~rtf n -t, anti Its4 : 4 c f- t
ramiflcatbn ovc r a pirat poriLion of ii' h-, S': .:I ~ of,
world covcre'u toy thie Viwi s t 5'i.W 4L !'! ..
same tme ;olnt~n; alit tiit ~ ~a r~.i~~i .a E~
strength of the corlis of !t s i i s 1e (;a :-1:11 a ro96 gelhimiaionlI ciffirerp. aiclol I~, ur-4,1 oUT. 4' iot v~..I mii fl- j! %Jt Cquarturumatpr htrgo-anig1. in tddolf Iii t) "s-a~iry fill tom~l to rf m~tnr Ir I i :, to
TO Usne officers, who wort-' do*l'r ine nj nt tinder the rare of 'Ns~ p:...
oonsectlon tsith the (1,- ')3rt ir v nt a CLAD.
work. fie point- ot the 'urstint me Dent artmbl.sAD kA
ceuuity for mai,'h an Inec iis. In i,'& When your joints seb. and you out-im.1
somber of ctoumia'1ndoflfltv iftil*.
will relieve the deoartmjent front !* terfo .'uitom Byabtl
necessity of calling 1"rxn lie oftie.rs of Ballvid. 11snw Usnimest an se
to perform its dutIf s, als4o for an In. Instant relief. A positve cewe for creame In th.o numhc'r of lu'Kt QIua--ter. rhetumatism burms, cuts, coutracteid master.x 8rentafh and the creation Omscle, SO1e Cheetk etW Mr. 1. T.I of a general o.rvive corps for W~e BQSY. a prombaut meat at WIN.
work of tho. depart .ivnt. low Point. 7%=, wey that be sofs
PECULIAR PITTSBURG CASE. W~b iUimet 111 Ot 11110CSl W hen a man wants Printing

Alwner, Aged Only Two, Is Haled j done, he wants itdone RIGHT".
Into Court. Spealiar Canion and His Cigars, it
Pittsburg. Penn., Aug. 24--11ris- Pkuft.tlurt,_ N. Y.. Aug. 21.ot, viiI.; '.)our nae atit' k 4d AA- %4w&k. unionn who has teunro4derutan WiTluiu Ri. .1rmttrcu:',. .0-- tirl~ing he ri. lIs truing to. and h~AX 1 a h e k n o
William Getor,,e Shaffe~r, 2 yvars (old. almost succeeded, In giving up the vw before him on a charge of niali. habit of smoking. He toldto lendsa
e1ous mischief. bete t!at althiough bhe has.W evo
"Waut to goon thechoo chito carst." touted for forty years to msfi~e from A f LA kA
was the answer Shaffer gave to the 12 to 15 cigrar-4 a day, he now smokes
Alderman. three or four.
'lb., law and this court demandslt know your same" insisted Arm- Fo an Inwie Appele.
atsg. "What Is It?"T mrv he aptt i
140it1 up, horsie." said Shaffer.To Ipve te aeit ad
Alderman Armstrong then decided strasthe. the d4Nestlom UTr a few
tfat be -could do nothing with hil Aoe of Chamberilins Stomia uad prisoner 'and turned him loose until U~ver TabletiL Mir. J. IL Selt of Dso Monday afternoon on his own recog- Welt, M1116011 515 "TheY ies"r
* ulamac, when be will be given a fina! MY appetite Whe Impaired relieved
los~ han is case disposed of. me of a bloatead feeti and caWeiP rin
eve held IS Pittsburg. The *iahid of the baroels." Price, 26 cents.
Us sed by Prank D. Fisher. neiotbbor Siple free. For Dale by all druge.r 'n
to the Sbaffers. who declares the child gSN&
maliciously tore up the gramis Is kais ~m n~.Uktefrtwmn
fiontyard.circus. o~tnor in taut country and at
HITS AT BECKHAM. our time a [Aamji~ bareback rider and'
cl'Aupi 18 wen.an high %Ire walkert
W~las SysKentucky Demnecrat. dipd at the home of relatives In JerHae Formed Poliik2I Machine. my City Thursday.
Greenup, Ky.. ,Auig. 0*4.-A. E. AI (YT HIIG -*Wilson, republican canddate for
governor. spaike to a large gatbering C A wT O Iiru A'
In this ciy. 0 WDA "a maim
Will'-cn cove-ro, (I !n a large tingree
the ground covi-ed in his recentIN 9 f M" W
speech at 31lay-svillt'. Ile took up the swi' the id~.m~umE
question of alleged democratic extray- RH
agauce. reaffirmead his p'~citlon on the IF Y'7 AT
temperance question. anti stated that ________________Governor Beckham. Auditor Itager
and Treasurer Bosworth had formedB arig Ho e
poulitlreal machines Aor the pu.rSp o adn -os In th a tC m eo o'Pb








0 MY? DAILY 80N: (*AIUTIL LOIDA* AUGUST 2-4. 190'7

L~dw CWA* th es e buerel!,- I

a s Ue ew Y~etrrd 5 W i t YOU so) zW.W
a d is th e' 'iiT CTn d a' ja ,9 -f r o w r
AS SiOCZt 11104 Of W-0-1' ;Mv 4 1 T--.- i- a4 -A
is from foatgry %,w lrffw kwa't E* re' atw u el R-Seiw
NO3IO L @ fgtw~ap~e to "* a ... So00 B IS V A LU ES

b neft VISMW toi n.0 Criqy rap"AJ Mm 8 (; r. "d rL!.4r-.:P,(

MW NO Xqbe sow.m Fa? ftcA"' 1j Utst to rt L'- .r ..r.fw. good aspw4'W ,E R C Li"' sj u~hagmr
N ~es mt welm"e a mupas~ se-U costs eiaewhre, 11..T., Ladies' Lace Hose ..1 5 and 2 1 c pair ob so" Lwi 0f C. Smith. aad 11 iCleut atome
Of br.f No. I Nitb.Prmbes The 1~xo shoes have a ai'lling'Lde W sBlt25
-W opufte at typorrs. goo as we ML C ineis feature pau-a"eI- This feazuc As,
& CAL SedVae PrIT. As saw the top mbAeh of perim Mi. W. IL U WS sad sisTe Mirn feit to a point @,er ea E.h#'. L C. New Back-Combs 35ad60c
P 0.jW Mdw IVW"" IVMooday. August 26th, w.- will have
~ '- !. aeo loeborsWe. at the stablors for, Wide Embroideries at . 2 5c yard
job S~M WPM ES X"MV. 110W. Ub- the iaspodi of th pblitt. Calf and
E ~ ~ ~ DIVA I~Is naeehl rwrr& Par"solat ..$1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3
8~~~~ -mndl si MV@, e rvqa bualsesa mee"in of'
the0 bO WMd Worn'os Cltrietlaa TmorHbt Monioaois$12,$.0 17
~ ~L'ujim wlt be held at twreadins-rooslM oqioCnpe,$.:,$.0 171
u m_ M agbl o se MA W M od y afternoon a s 4 o'clock A ll
I is .~~d s o f R wer uam ar@ requestd to be preiat._______16850fte~~(~ I6WeYamod.owseory No insemplete. The Pi ?dwb .. a01"1te011a s GO SIPS3. has el paper a" 26e.; 11not 49wespla s t" W M M aer at Wc a" our tabsaft-e am" for G&ishonk a"
faW malol rsesforrok~ps. oSee Our B1prgaim Tables
4 ewe. Ainos &a O if -C. wes at Hgh Sprn~ was
We .*. -. stle th g'ts "tIn the city yeat~dar He wasn &a #but& oae with
W ls -M at es -w Md PC a 100100 tf Otals to whic point be
gt rd g Im8hi i 10,000 bad peompsoied his wife. Mrs. stev!-;.A ota will ressaim io Ocala for several WASH GOODS
"W f po ad atvve=? Sdo" as a guest of relatives, and 00f&mi.e.nd.s .0 at 5c, 7j4c, 10c, 15c, 19c, 23c and 33c

gif M" a. c. ifvie IN&..
ow d11111 a ~ am "sae. "" -Mr O
a& S beeinWftb "'VI R~C M S. Re WILSO.NA

imam o ftreew Mae""
isNw -n, "Me Is mhe afty yAfffty on efp Stan on Earh#
dmea with he rafted W. G. English of Tacom was among 6111M Lt
dift lend ARM. those who -Il1ted Uainesv file yeutr,
Tea 1-o asmie drTIvi
gil.bin w 61 mw" ypinr ispection 'lnso I~Jue~ aa,
S. .s1 OeL Red;o is Jsp ln4ESTAEANT
owoe-is kMn~ will regret to learn that she is ithdis-'R

Ne e3 e wo ary a most awn" I 51EPl'~r-t of Lottle ile was i wrood nlw-Nit to Peeek.
pboft.o b" Spd 421bo pawr*3* 3f among those 'ho spent yesterday in Coneek~sil l~AAM. I et rulvi
so "WWr o tdbso it. C. Davis thin city. I Two iArite tCfen ra&
406 VODUPL IES Mk&l s14-1 Chitty of 111 ranopsi pet; 1mpuflaut onion.
id s______OfLcros e,_C.C._y ster ayIthi city as a guelt o
81115~d d r. Hope of Hague her sister. Mrs. J. 11letcer Hill. FIRST-CLASS "CH9F.0
OW IL CLSeer. of Aloeoa. wom 0. Petre has returned from Palatka.do TA iie weut A where he has bee. isoking after hits Mene Consisting of from seven to teo
~udy O ."paving coutrwt for the past few days. disesw eltange three times a day.
bSNO 61 ONbnMo mrodr Charles E. Halle. Or.. left yebterday 1 36
WS ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ **55 goevd# M"o 11do IP18 for Uve Oak. heree he will vis~it hj As @"dasan so con meal in the ~ -4101 ofd a be s S. 1111d 16 d son. Carlesa Halle. Jr.. for a ft-w days. cty
so aft voie ever effie .u akm We have most aisy kind of t)-jw- 2 Luncheon Serve
14408 011Mwriter desired. all of which are barOR- __011,IM aisan sil oo gains at price offered. Can arrangePwfrLaisGelmnad
gbm ~ ~ A--- 20110uipe oru of S-LATESM TABLET terms to suit. R. C. Davis & Co.. Jack- Chide'..