The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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J. -IFY4411FPublished Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday __ ____lIlY. Nos 101 (*AINESVLLLE, FLORIDA,_MONDAYJULY 17. 1905 ONE DOLLAR A 1


A1 EAresdeT Rooevelt NoiMethdl., T 3 j~5~ ALACHUA OOUNTYIN ETG E
FA ,&*f Ronwvilt Ba.UL be ly nolied-riiidg M R UV Should Make a Good Display at the IN E D A ETHE
U~B@ AtiilRlaiun goveteme'nt, of the appoint. FloArOA W ~ m idatate Fair.b eda TOBACCO RFPflA
3T ASX II I mnt of M. Witte, ebalitman of the IN1 VVUObVI WR C TeMdui ar t eboda
ewiie of ministers to the pool. Tgmpa, isea Best. Institution sod every
tion ot principal envoy of Re" to the Ineese in'~ the ladvn ti
rMPlesed At 6h0 AP* fortbcoming peace conference. 7le AMd Be7S ?"sWngerJY1 of t Saeshudakaneiv pr. hOA 616 t Pntora 12

91111,1iat Of IL Witte. president haa expresed satectim at Or Le". Seriously Kurt. afraspossible, In %be exhibition. Soratary Wiaoti.
~~the deslgastion of M. Witte feetig as.___ Every county has something to show, __Geald tiilIt means much to RhOM& go aold she success of the fair depends on
ADVOATE I" PEACE have so eminent a gutesan om tbe MOT 611111IS AREII DWMOLIGN5O &he enterprise of the People, be~ it SPECIAL AGV4T6 ARE SENT0
committee Anal that It will make off soosty or State.
'A Reessized Peel thl the permanent peace between the belflgiss A Poesp and Ssabwfbe. Train so The manufactures, tbe products of Department of Agrculture Will u,0D
*Wty Has the Ear of ohe tot nations, the Chios" and Easee 11111111144 the soil, all go to show what can be In Its P11ower to Prevent the Tobacc
anSeoeritlee Advenee ftlkvy Collide 30 Miles frons Ohsio& found in every county. When all are Trust from Manipulating the Mar,
of AppeinUMent FIRE9NCON M1.N CE9LA RATIL so Wit Folltsl piaeed on exhibition they do much to kt
-astraits people to the several localities. t
burg, July 1G.-M. Wittes The Proeach Capitol Is Gaily OeoeWe Cuiteso. July 15-A pamenger train The Board of Directors of the Florida Washington, July 1.-.-:ye t U Clief Riiselan pace and is Thenpd with "o. on &be Chicago and "~stern Illinois ~ Fair Aseociation have elected receipt of numerous ouuwn.
-* announced today Put~s, July 1.-The rrench nation- railway leaving 9L. Louis at 11:30 low m E. Bursx, city editor of The Sun, from the south and stCato.. -r
&Ial saengitr in the folkyw- aI holiday was c.4lbrated today. Thu mit. collided with a suburban trail 1 0e of the viee-preeldouts, and he ing in the Lpr'Js at .arioue t j boulievardis we're thronged with merry- at Stigar, 111,, 30) miles from Chiceago. would be pleased to heer from anyone the statistics of the deparii .t the serious 1118ees whilih makenr utill all the leading thorough- Three were killed. &il &*yen joussen- who contemplates having any articles riculture ub tobacco wesre -Muravielf on his arti It fer-li wotre elaborately 6060rTedd. gems were more or less lnjurud for exhibition. His territorywilllbe Ala- nipulatte! In the iutervaL.4
br#. which mad- It The're w~a a brillisat review at Long Somec of the Injuredl may (Ile. ehus county and he will confer with called tonaccu trust. Ss cr.'ta..
frhim to fawillaela. bili-earni,, whaIh was attended by Ilreeldent The engines of boith traInm were de. the County Coammissioners and lead- hail begiu au ircjry i,
at such short 00t006, the6 and Madanme L400bet, the cabinet of. anollshed, and the uit coach on the Ing citizens at an early day and macer- Jc
amterial connected %ith titeri the diploraratic corps anid a vast suburban train was hma~uhed. The tain what the county will do. A fair Pleni~ilg the inve- tagliP:
atina, his majesty, the elk)' throug of jpjnopie. Abot 20,00 troops dead: appropriation will no doubt be made. cation of thf- tobacco b~.
,bul been pleased to appoint pr's.- w4k, part in the maneuvers. A no James Lyke. unginver of the subur-- Individuals are requested to no& several ifhtricts will be li'
at o te committee of miloisrs, tafile feature of lt.v review was the ban train, stand back and wait fur some one else thoux)2 till- rt;ijlar tkhtlL, iY
*tO the Post Of chief pleIOU1,0tent presence of 128 offivorn from the Brit. Oeorgo IMietein, Chicago. to take the lead. It is a fair for Flor-% ~tstv-i will be given uu L
d pontaneously all paties r+ lob nlavial 'inauion at tire-st, all In full Ferdluand l(iytie, Ciceago. Ida, aund it is in the power of the people ntx. V .'
ne that M. Witte's selection is rin, The'ir arrival wa* the occa. Tihe aerIously injirt-d: to make it a big thir~g If you at& Itwa4MIAIFIatt
for sucossfl teminaion f al 0-1thiplaote eptiuri tbhe FIroman Mtlr-'reolicights, Ill. information, address Jesoe 1: Rurtz,da hispclagn aVoe~ negotiations. The mere fact 1, y~li Go 14titi"1i1 tiolil all back broken finsil l to the~ dark tohacce)eP~
the erpt-ror at last yielded to the I t *n'Mlt? 1,01rbi I KAV a ltl~ Charleis floyne, ('rete, 1:;. Sktr:l f ainevll nebset, rird Kentucky to v.-!'
To for M. Wlte'a alpOitient Is' till lr itishi ufller,, arid tio a tured. JOEt tAAheSSAE department's flas belig a complete assur- of Frnc aillita and naval James ('r)oki (*'hic.~o, thac !njtireiJO A SE'SL. action "Ar. Hyde. the dal f
that his majesty Is sincerely do- ri nt,*. Klyotle pulaere at noon. D)wight I. Womt. brake-mbn oil silt) Great Mid-Summer Cost Sale Will Be- said %as in defeucN to ni filled to end theq conflict slid mak*9 I'Public irtlim Pinh daitrinx art- going urban train, leg broken and 11:. id.. gin Friday, July 21. dhihpartme~#ns ngond- r,: ,If possible basis is olptalnaale ,,, ll i all tihe iltlic place't undle- the bruised. A Gilmore. P-nginepv on the Attetion Iucalletto th greatmid. crrt'A
Influence Which C111am11plutieel vurofl of tht' rntnl'ipality anid the Of loiu train. shioultder dislocutae! teto scle o h ra i.cret
%1Mtt was for peawe while, oil the the at.'r will give free jperforrnanct-i. and Internal Injuite summer cost sale of men's suits, dry Mr. hlyde has h*n
those who opposed hin we'ril,--- F. P. Ross, Chicago. iehouiI(-r In. goods, shoes, hats, gtentlemens fur- charge of the invyetugatirw
VNroongation of the struggle. English Hoeor French Holiday. Jasred, armi broken and istersa Inju- nishingst and notionn. which will be is holitceeI,^ll ho oonc:Ci! i A
through Ambassador Nelid Wl'est, .July f ritlah witiad, ries. hel4 at the store of Joseph blanase two or thrk-e weeks.
49'Oawly urged hinm for tho' PO~t- toril dnt'sseeid with buntinug &till firod ;1 7.EPOE1- for eight days, beginning on July 21.
ftbe main credit for M. Witte's me. suu or 21 gun to& In ho"o I EXCHANGE BORNEO. mr. Manasses makes a semi-annual UNDERGOES PAINFUL OPERA- 34
belongsi to roreigu insprthe IVinvh national holiday. lAter Hel il lefrTerLe rmpractice in January and July of each
ff wo evor M--0A itr Hell tirls Fie friter:Lve for year in closing out all goods left from General Leonard Wood. U. S A.
aaolrt' 0li IlAitulOrf iii h.m iilm we-til alhore', lilhert ('ullutihai. 0.. July 15,-- Fir tean!y t, ei eln.ausar lrd hc
."tto art nwIn cloit' all, it .iatai July"tIi401 l -o loatI c it lnaxc h nvl~nca pam Pe etvausae feewhc otoJp f)rtpr
iey i,1 ee c el'i ri*a Ilici'.tI i t in clanaCentalt rIi'ctio To,'rphatellt can only be appreciated by these who eahst't. e-ii'ei Nay) tha! V
WIUs hail a prolouge'i unrile. ('clIll eal, iti c'ae ( i ~ u ii ~ u iopny'r hc- ('en to si 'i itac iete eall and look over the stck. These cral Le'canard %Wolod I"e Ill"
that theiro atra Iit.'h 1e.elee 11 goods are first-als in evliery respect, ths (l-IdS'.' Aurgical epi'"cnat which the whoele' uill))e-ct sliALO NPRSD; te~a~a'~t~ad than.. availig thenusevei of the IMStIit to mca'
peao* noe'Ei attlinP was goire' c~l r i I- i ,* I. : Ioaotr t rstuteac' eth -h e : c
as frhel dIiI4'aic-eI aof lit rot Japarese Mareater, Takahira and Pres- 1 it p. Ralis. tenni- 1r 1e~
a s e re el iV c um al heits a iid ec te't I edert Sucont~a or Canal Com m ission f I~i r ej'- Th tvci wrl Ill t tr' it ca-ch. so the i~ 5 I' r
I. wer it il tha hi%' fl'io-i' 14' ,., manafferhe'rt caul t affi~erdit te ai e'l iv 'l\ i
alitltc''Mdti~lV le gc~c a ~1V~i. .ll~I









SO*HE11 IM a L e of H PCA.S

Nk.~ by. Kine mm



WILL EX ES LINES Muldjer Trouble.ELC INT U S A

tan L4sc Will i h A11111 Several Precincts Voted Upon Ti

nw Ibs ity With 6utuid; World. u1 po Question aud All Carried.AUA
~r O ilsI
JP.SIER%(ICE WILL BE GOOD L ivtn)th~EXTENDING THE ADVANTAGES CSOI
But Bet Material Will be Em- ""i lo~o Pre%lel-it The People Are Novw Awake to the Th r i-" dyou Have Always Bougbt, land whic~hlat i.
~I~ inle System, and' Osinesville wl. n Ifr chl it)~1 IV Necessity of Good School and Long-. in use for over 30 yew*s has borne the sigiutilri.
T4q ato New York With Perfect afl itel With j r Terms. and are Asing Their ......... and has been niade Under Ili, per
NAt, kiolneys. If Lile 1,p !
so-Big Improvement. ch!I r naj~:te*% tipir'fte-ii. Jf~ th urn cl Rights by the Ballot sonal supervision since It,; ilit.1&iiy.
bothern Bell, llephorie and tilt or if 'A 11-1 1 Il'Cil eCl~ An regionon wap tie!,] inl sewi-ral die- Aflownoont o eve 3o ti It,' t 1,i4.,
Coagewhc son f2% wj(.il it allould l .0,11t: to control thelAICutreti taonad JUt-lI-1X19i ht
Company whchis rleofpwo..axe, it i-% Y.ft affhl tv' tl it be-wet- trilto throuxihutit tre c Iuntj Truroday All Coulntfs, iat ionswit and "Jst.asgood" e h.~tj)
I and stroutiel organizations t itig, derpv I ljn it, t Io I -cugeolthediffi- to determine whe~th-r or not certaiD EzIaUtet htil wit and endangeriec agans Eerli"ftr
in n the world, propose at Do cults is kidltzvy triou'it, andt thle first districts should b. e 41 ub-school Ihusa lde-xelneaau4 tCP .hl'i 1w tatign. tie trea nt ddistricti, whether otht-r dietricteshould where her people eam talk not trouble lit fld to ;ko; "i'c'c l ottii~ii of he extended, and fijr tlie ectlectinn of W h t 1-CSOI
116plg~ I Ford, ilt every tile: :::In:-y~ .> tpladr ani nott itrut:ees for a iiitmbe'r of sub-ilcioolW h t is0riI
of Importance In the 11nited )Ilabit as 1""~~p~~ districts. Casteris Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pae
It will be a big conlvenienee Wo)men U- telaitl lr lai mt h returns were ret-eived Friday XW11e, Drops and Soothilag Syrups. It Is IPleas-ait. It
p Ion ins*lopeville on a few ani hImtla neell tit(, ".eimi great retittil. from ArredonJo. Arol ervijlge. San. euithw neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nari-otio
Us' soth'. to be enabled to talk The ttil'I aiu1 thte iiiiiileliate effect. of &a Fe, Pervevera ce. High Springsi, substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroj.,% 1%oruil
lIn Atlanta, Macosen, savan. Swa=nPRooti,i'.oi liIzd- It iesold Orange Heights, Wii.dsior arid Rocky and allay Feverishness. It cures Diarrhama ant(I NI i
,Iw York. Chicago. Citicitnati byteugts oi'.l hlr Point.- Clolc It relieves Teething Troubles,, cues Coniia~ti.t,
Iam other points, arid it tend# to stz bt~tt!s. V\"u m.'While the retturi"- will ixt. be offi- and Flatulencey. It assimilates the Food, regulate'. tile
$&5the country has Ali eye on hasle to netjilu 1xittlea f cially canvassed uttl tit-it Tuesday, it Stomch and Bowes, giving healthy and natua lcep.'ti)
lieI and its progreeie spirit, bly mail frtey, :dl", a Nae is understood that All loreciicte voted The ChiLrents Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
ths Soathern, Bell1 proponee if fur- paoipiheh' tullcm ali Aill-out Swamrp-Rtoot, for the new districts or the ritenowtu,
shessparticlar covenienep; liiritol I. nikil 4 i t h liu.tindsof testi- o itit.Tetremlaesrx
bee ptecuel ele It w til 0ilIrttit" tvvvivt-l front sufferers ofder"e h heetllaeaes- C NUINE C A S IO R IA AL WAYJ
beease heybeleve tht I il tInrtil itig Dr. Kiltiner & Co., tnent was also approved
and sectrnd, because they art- do.- wn~itt', N.N'.. bie sure anti mention In Gainesville it tn understnod that o
of Itiving the people oft til v~it y thi. ipt-r, 1)t' ma tti~ke all- ,mistakr, the voters agreed tf' ex~te-nd the terrn Bea thel b S ignatureof
Yretient and Pfirieti t lier w~e a., 1 ii ii 1 t lit na iv % San otI tory, to &he th~r*.- ticill tal arid I r 11l(i; So.pRt)oA. aten tile aft- aut.
other pint. hc-~.. Diiwjghiami'i, N. V., (lit every 18l6o r**4I Nleoorm, W W lii p-1 000
istio dream, bit ll Al '.c i te lottie. toou, J. H. Vildal antd Gt- irge' W H yde
gsy. Fur several weeks ihe' s11e.Teeinlmi l h
brn Bell has haed a forete of twii THE NEWS FROM ARNO. passheir demntrated that they were
it) tilS sectionl, with hleatl. smpet to handle the Pehool affair.
~ben accii here for the purpose of tees--Peronal Notes. M .walippli that I! ey gladly voted tu, 14IoI1n o H v l ay o g
~Igfor the eontetrustlon of a Ari'o, .icily ItI-YI oo(irreopifndrikk return themt. In Use For Over 30 Years.
ltic" line to Starke. Jackson- hats beet. en very loy har-esting is IIf IW"o "spunmemo. VT 1111106"11 Sgiuggy9. now *110n or"
an ntermodiate points, and tile ;ceacih cropi feor nevera I weeks it.&& news Feel Iriperacig Doom.
isfirly undt-r way. The right- froma A rm,' lia iteet ,eglecl'd I, Tie 'vfeeling (if inij~isici dvi in
I s learned, nas brei svered, j The leairt 'tr(il did it reach h nld fi iat-t'i niotf bright 'p
9mVet, for the poles lic-tii than cace-letH whalit it :ad two'e disease- and diAl,vt# InnA Ile-i Chanlged
slaid the, wire anti mother inalseri~lI ilatedt( it) e Ili- et crie we'mvre, na to to thankftulness 1,) t ie bett derived
I'i fact, the latter lies been god as 14t year. F I' Henderson a4 from taking Foi)'Kidney C'trv. U&A b
poted that work will togill SO was enied hrt ig tlic wrng formula ad diabetes n Ali -it i't t tile atn)tA boueelIt
as the cosust ruin "g atim (,?iitit o fert iir ri N5 i t 'i i r)L Wasn poocrly %saore givestcii toirt an rotto Iet. -Nlighct
*and wit ith in f et#w Iciht ho eoloiri r and had very poor carrying disorders art- vuired all a few iijo "t I
Ille will be ill a positin to ojialitivo The trees, iliote', are look. had dialietesi ill ito wort firc.'' Wts
with thw oit'eite wuorld I cogi better tliiii uptIsul atle ort'.hards NMarion Le'e of [ile reathi. 1Intl "I tried I-I li4-* hesttii Wt. V t i1 AIX tit
sloteilikeal oilher ht okvery prtten ir nte rp ight, physicians % it hiouR riI iii I )i 1
by t lt- S kte r Pl wili ,. Ile, Cr ii s ifatt cr011.Ily I b l)w tl tieret- bottle of i' oi-) n K d i c v Ci reo
blls thin luthrit lite I -. oll 1 Cr nti tciu ltyu i-o niade nit' a well ninu 7 NIoC~?~'dh~= I I.
ass. Nothli g iiit te' e- of Average ii 'c(wn itioti. litit i Ilie rottinf 111i11 A 0')
al.itti' lad lg a fi em vy cohaje.r '.e is cm ov ti i lt- Ih ave rage fert ilit- tinte
wlir, will bie' uesd, arid when iof )var. A AFTLR INCLNDIARIES.
gossd 6aavi I I iia teant -of ruer el-oe'nc fiat trithaties for th lim-tr Town of Micanopy Warits to Pay for
Uone of thitIost litoe-e'.tl longi- W is t rei waR% held teeday w ith tilt' re. CniioofFir Cmnls.F itII~ hlr liX :.FN AI~ llli it oiN',
o elvit. Gi'eueace 5 tll t lie jsal It tBie IAIleecV'I arry Covcin0 eerria.ATREIA 'V 11t~I- F tJ''' .i' A
i d I, Wi K eitht were elveteuit reitees 'lice Linii tam teel toi after tile fe-I 1'tt isI% AN 1 It i It KS I I 1e '14) %1.1. l111. 11 1i i:o for Stomach T roub~le and Con- r the etisciing te'rmi aitieut ouap1.u- lows wil, v'At. 5) lit-si R1 low Ap to Ii% II A Nh.
atipation. 111tceli, Will l'rtf Iielaid Re pieieilal roe andu Po't tire to) tio, nicer. i t.
hamlierlainis Sleiaieii ataid l. AeRld \1104e PIiaf \lay old a.,an011eil. ani lieijuti ieat \tIlo'aily oni t!. al
tse havw- dnt..i i t. a Itreac de-al etf the lirhslo't tif a ieeImaiil i iucrmpi nliteii' -t il.- h'i'ertin itf .' sct I: v(Ill \'x t I il,. 4. hIvehll I ~ I' 'I.- i






____~~UL 17~svL.~ux pam FRANK CLARK HERE.

y STREEI' Congresnmin Frorn Seon 2 o se C l an ng

WILL BE WIDENED. d y e r ss red n ans-1,- H u e~ l a i g1
1 4 ~~ ~ ~~r Thi'h ~i rii lioo. F'rnk ("A'
; oot Baulevard. ny Like1
Then it's probably too late.
SAN ORDER You neglected dandruff. If C,-1fred heti .,%t e r.B s W om en
you had only taken our ad- exilil~ it bt~re, ast *-it
Gn to Work Im-ii vice, you would hiv'e cured them nii-, ti f~rirrend-'r iv ii
-o i ,:r o f Broaden ,8 a 0o It. k o r, h ta
A'A West Liberty. zIJ2 vig1or hio frivz: I '3 il WRY e.tB yi g F rn t r
i nAccepted. H4*g "" B y n u n t r l
0iviis to a,. !Itt he wan ilvar1ny ".;
.~it~ bit& the dandruff, sav'ed your hair, coned Il r-,n- Fran~k Clark I~ It,.t
t-Vltare and added much to it. If maiti fr sn- ocially or piiutt t
t eres.ted not entirely bald, now is your as tiny (1r,1 n n 'or
a-.. 14 d Pl'iol- opotuiy Imnprove it NIr. il' r Li not conw te o :I
,j"I, tlf Ihave tiseil Aver's IaNtics r r over 40.;th
j f Ilabhie itn, yftr. I amti Il,%41 N r Ir Ii a It ilie, "te 'to which Iteeps ait U1oyto A Mr*111 1 r "nervou,-1 -tat.. a-lways obizv~d tile council, I Ile clc.. Will hereI i. o -t ie som Liiiii n,, I, -. 4~h~ ~ ~
;Tditicused in Aidsttd rss misiams for ''p'~tin t !i ti rarney Syil I. 'iiti. tot~l ,. o'iltoti of Lh"' 1~Iew t r tine'a an usual g!., )

'IWept Litjery G oo H air of a 1r '.s exlepti t!;- I :I%-m
'.rt-r ie, t adr % -t a (I le pity in.nr'r. i~thielh he d::-Iar.,l 4
',and to m11tke COMPANY RECRGANIZED. tit# ,I
ii ahe~r ide lif ;. rt eee e' t ~
'.~.- ic tt'~~tMiller & Mallard C( ruj-; 0 Consolida- itdb r, iint:~ buildings for 1':i -OU IW F c s t C oid r
1 e -,t.-treet L-1111- I ted With J. R Plrie-r. Some. Facts tha whetthe '
1 .:ttp!)y a mir-, I ne' ho' -f Ii,, 11tht iitt H'.i~.= ddo Nil ri !,t' I
it,. .::.,e1t~tey. .t the fil I KV' r. &z~rdttlig thle ti se'* r. increased al-pr Ilar; -i it Ii~' U I'" 11tl IIII
:1. 1'. re.'e.l reorgaiiii itHirm -of er -c %In]- wIh:oi !lready tie-'i nwotrel t 4 hv st 'I '-.t k. i iilii11
'i i arci'iite. lard (;rjev ry It,% %ht.-h will beirh r i-: 1 ienoe ()f lit. ;ire'dtee 1 111,11 V1 it.u ~ 1t I)' '"l 1111',I11 i i l'l i ii,.
III titra.tii anid 1 w-lt, tile. h~ii :irt- r-!ki I e rstdett4 with'' ii- liat thin itir'resaied. appro.i,
tit, all Yloricia, of Galevi. U1ej Vii,' ot 0"ittIty 11"riarWit i to t, macie..' lit.i. \ c'i I 'I! 01 ~)I e J11-1 ;1,i~ W1,0W(I
I makiii the. thor- I lit. Tritci to i. tte of the a'ddtv 1.~ 1 .,. my predeessicri have o- ilJ i)'teVtnotzgl 11) puri-hai~w.-mithing
Is' ir- aRt ructive by' Jtrige h W i (:ft1 T i~~a~e4u worked ir I atid have inule ~ii tzodo' e1!Itit' 11104 V:uIIt \*()Il 1I41 \\, r- It I nol.',-- ald picintitig jT ekootin'ille totili p it I.. v. %v h., irogrc'-% I tt may fet-l 1r", t1,a1 ittV! \\' ilV.i or 1v r '
~are now abpitt.,.1 R Poristertc-inw'.' 'tO *o'.d %iiititC tile 1limiI r .% the prope-ry t t'-. -.Iit t.('1 ~ e'l ur m n
-,H 1cl~a ii wid at g.-ne tiil oit 11"r 1 1,1ugress~t a r t 'e F e g t
I-t t it, e1)nIrtaeb'1 NIi~ W e Pay the-? ]Freight,~itT
tile thoouplil-One Do', r S ved Represe!ts Tll 001Iiii lei restilt WiU be li ~ la ] .~ *. ~ ~ y rs Earned.
1,r w ill te art avenue tf nitember i f tit*- f.-rn..-r +1 it r,. i r,- -i h- r l, ist doe, i t t i tiiv
; rat:,!u'-r wnhetn tile dooro from ittirc', tt'' 1(T-!l .% t ''. ni- PI(It'cil r -ent of lti, s-arimio
we i tvernity budding. patly antd .1 1, !'tcr'.'r 1,-i- t-ilc m v d lie 4iA i ne (102N7.r tf, living i I
-'. ll tid Welcom h~*~.-fits icisitsw iii iltil. ,f t- olr,~-iI'a ile 4,txure Conipany,
I;!:- I: .c of Flortida. cern. The etniianIli U to Ill- krtocwr as liemiii t t- he~ I cannot tie t "are. a ne-ii
2. ... lso cotif-idered the the a~r1lot- fi o-nitt HI P lyii ' cnayei-s Vr
ii and a proposition otticrs of tile lt nii ir are Rn fec I ow,, oftell a 10,1111 t property iiti~ .t ed Nos 120f West Sie of Square, Vs lo a, *''Iticatio)It was read l're.,iditit-C It NallArd. )ti I i .ln i i gre ti lit U W E WW W
wh ich wan ati- R' r. r- deit- .t l'i ,rter and as :ar'otlylt'r n 1
r;'ir ~~tn nsrctd oA B Chit ty 4") 4nd -t rit 1rg ('it-al Redyu Gainesville, Florida
Cn I,. -A!,,.- at onee. M r I S eetr ii R~.t ta fw Le t.al ~if
i. r' i tated that he be- Trc-asmair.'r--(". N (Tritlir f '-- i it Ill 1'Lof e~nt aottd a I tlo, e,
cIA tIiz" (,u)ld be cont- 1'. I. Chitty, wlilt ('nine e 'rc'wrai I f he'.. rl ji~ ist V' r oairt- ay &I
.ii'iitt'h iii.s, at a 1muoiltI14s ge. anid lists t,#-,n fie-ti tle'd d ij it'* .b~ ~ w ill ar o v id e a I W it r) a nu11 t r it-r t w r t c i e t se 'til ., i ~ M s n o i t .
'a-' '. trottghout. %I r. jca..t lit# lot % Irl thhe tie- x lintiij Rill! 1 1 4. ea
0 most widely known will be' oit, of ile Illoot aettive c t I F' ,%~- '1 A. 1' 0:'c-i nn I t
VS 'Aeag'in the S'outh. berm of the firin Ii the 4nia''n'i i-~r:st~ihIi ci~ 'Vi' i t Akt eM ,
l Ii building tile tile boiti nslt e If- ai 'cit tt itiimn 11111 V! r*i ~ I ti ti ..
Pl'aatka. and will Igood hti-tine'. trtuiim aitd hrii-trit %iil Iii. wilihIi 1Vu t Akt e h a
I t,--y here. tite irmi a kt Ic I~j- i tI- 0-dIv I ,),;$s~' ,' .' I!.
A t.'~ mlp rttit.t of till, :-trit. gr- I m~ i ~ t citi r. t;~ t r I,.- a i.
tlit p i mrak tralue.' t !o rdlo I 1 -0 ~ ~ ~~~~~ ~ ~~ I .ied att -,i ,h a no ( r r \I t' r ri ctfe'l, l .it,




IIi I --- 0
7:- -I. ..
~~THE 0I LE SlJJ:JUY 17,95I!

GREAT MID)SUMMER CO T SALE


; ...O F...

men's S u its, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hts, Gents' Furn ishings


and Notions.


WAn Evet /f nterest to Economical Clothing and Dry Goods. Buyers!
Twice a year, in January and July, we clear our stock of all the goods left from the season's selling.
It is better for' us to take our loss than to carry the mercy handise over. This is a bona fide sacrifice sale, as all folks have good reason to know who have patronized us in the past. If you, have ever been herc at such a
time a brief visit will convince you.


Thrifty Man or Woman Can Pick Up Bargains Here

Worth Co1ming1 A Lollg'Way tol Find.
In many sections of town and county these sales have beome neighblorhoodl talk. One les, 'n,
-tells another. lPurchases are 8hown to fiends. Each sale brings a larger and more eager thr'oi,. for the good things offem'ed.

;:Our' MidmSuffffer Sale Opens Friday, July 2

~and will Continue 8 Days,
and includes all our Men's Suits and Dry Goods in medium or light-weight; Underwear and Socks, Sand th. odds anud ends of' our splendid stock of Ties and iNeckwear.



Respectfully, "

J.MANASS E,

S. SIESQAE GAI NESVI LLE, FLORI DA
=. pm"










TEGAINESVILLE SUN:. RIX 17, 1906 ___PHOSPHATE PRODUCTION. agsm'r my wishes. havoe t*en
CA %iESILE ___ nat r_,; aantage tif thse)# w'Iimi __OUN1%GS FEMALE COLLEGE,
for the prulducere of phosphate rock in bt- fr-dp

~~r~er ~ .6 ofS Cos- (XisHovel lo the United Stat es, sais I.1dinnd nx letterril n.w' f 11d D fCSOi 1teLi It Is FULL cX)URIbs FtUlt A It MS
__ __ __ S r e in. un e rAor ren -nt!~ 'ri n # com ing soI P '
-, -tcl Sre in a eprodit f rhetly OrP~ ~ .~hysice: Culture. Elocution and Music, Our Soecait,es

Mon,5DCday~ "e"' mtypied han tero beur, nd of hoo Or if -: faut of U.e Ii V & I
EI~ s d y m Y ~ ~ ~j phase ro k in 19 W4. More rock was ~ n' lfr '1 -a noble m an %A'i c it t-11" T -,, tirt w % r !ai bijidlb a nr i~ oa t i rior

EdtrnPubl'I. prices weris obtained than have been I'.. 68 in, '' 1
)j CEE~y. ___________ reported since IM3. Mdany farmers TI! V. 7IPILAZ1 DA. I N11 .P Limited Numbiter of I rle S.chalarpti-pi,
report production and sales during tanrit~s. F .ie~ir i ~W.or free eata.twar ie p%.
Tr)g(IF SrD58CRIMTON: 19M., but the bulk of the business was -6k ncvi-neloed fill( postutft, L .eCVAE r .tt
jeS.Wie 8"918 aYear; six earria ot by a comparatively small order !r It'bo to pay my ostpper iwim
p. ingle copies, Go. number of large producers. Consoli- to The. Sit!) The Issue tier !;. r)R %4 thr
AAZIN33rxis RATmE dati.. seems to be the order of the glad Lirwo that (alietrilie gro .' t
*...,,veotWmelts, 16531 cns Al day. 60-tniversi'y was worth pil'"y
g't nd 10 cents for each addi- The total quantity of phosphate rock more. 1'rtat is Gainesrr >- atA i i-r,
insertionl. marketed from the wines during 1904 The io .,@ti prophet.
1giyedgiadvertisements for three, spmoe to 1,974,426 long tons. vai- You ro tr i: Y
pd 12 months at special rates.Gda$,830,ainrseinqs-6..
furnished upon application. ver th output5 a f inceas if 210-2..WF
Arta and Death notiMe inserted 11t yu b upto 66o 9 ~6
Obtuarie.56cents saimn long toni and $1,564,831 in value. The PRESIDENT SLEDD.
total quantity of phoephate rock re(itS CLruu112wo Liir. ported as mined during 1904 was There It an old saying Wrnig Psa',,r
p&w and the Thriepe-S-Week .1,991,109 long tons. as compared with that sirdoin fails to prove tr'ie, thti .jy ) World one year .......$106 1.616.790 loong tons in 1906. A ssock of,0 "you can always tell a craft ty the ec t
Fun and the Atlanta (Ga.) 116,741 Wag tons is reported as bavingf of ber p1',.- This may not aways &I
jgekily Constitutioni one year. 1 75, been on band January 1, 1906. On the ply to mcnt, bat it is often the ,n'aTeow@I n aa' Ltii
6"n and the Atlanta (Ga.) IIofmn 1110 ls-Lxtv ue
IniWeek'ly JournlI One, year. 1 50 9ther band, the. sle Of 66,245 lo0g tons that those who would impress 0~.4 1Lazat. e cures
,sn and the Semi-Weekly of the quantity of phosphate rock on pie frte utry assume what ,.~e h, yeslale Iii
roie.1-nioni one Year .......1 50 hand January 1. 1904. is reported. I notan anAhucaeawon da leew Inigs.
The State of Florida continues to be IPresident Sledd of the Itaiverpity Acs YIti .romptlVshe
8'We will not accept stamps of 9 the largest producer of phosphate rock F'lorida maade his first visit top ',aanvp. I hav lrt'ss141.
r denomination than 2 cents. in the United States, its output formh-'ville on Friday. The flrst :I-' 1 rrep'se ,1-14 no A-slduw-r t y lag more than one-half the total pro.'one gets of this man of 1--tte's is 0,.at aI'I ~~lfml ellsldIes
1.4 Tamps could only bring its sub- duation of the country. A comparison he is a st rewd business inan. I t wdAl o i-atilaton
into the fold, (Greater' Tampa of the production by varieties in this makes no) el!"rt to convey the idea thait \% il' it it It is anm t grll (or.ihba ummer. tState during 1902 and 19WO shows that he is at yth;ng but oneC of th jeroj't. c4libii~l aai llijiC si
I there has been an increase of about although he has a reserve about l)l[. sisn t a'
The Portland, Oregon, exposition 29 per cent in the output of hard rock, that on, canitos help but admire..A'%, oryu itcl
heve an exhibition of airships that an increase of about IS per cent in that He ip a comnlparatively yoijng mati.4- fPole he 11) yvu.
be .he best ever seen, of land pebble, alid all increase Uf enthusiastic un educativinal niatterl'.
___-more than 43 per cent in that of river full of ambition for thep wre2'are (if !!e' On at atol gooa,.d drug stopic so do&** for so 40400. X
N~ riroof that Arizona is ready for Ipebble. The total marketed prosduc. Universe ity alid a manl whI)it j:, put !atf#- OWNIO AI;O WAiUVA 1U*D19 MY
ehnod must be shown by the ballot tion of Florida phosphate was 1,u72,1,41 into whatever he undertsk,'s wlelsm LAMAR, TAYLOR &RILEY DRUG COMPANWY. 1111206,1116.
,ofae:ury to the 0i 0. P. long tons, valued at $3.P74,3414, as corn- tained hy a proj~t- viho are' r, ady to
~pared with W&8 long tons, valuedat their jiort ionl
A X~iitprr: city has decided to have 412,9N4.624, in 1903, which shows an ar 1residont %%!edd w;,: ?iad itt v prt,,,r the surgeon of the day at erage increase in value per toil at the of 6tpari lit- in a'.,ord wtit h edue'. WHAT THEY THINK SENT UP FOR LARCENY.
teI: '.rp~rth of July celebration, mines from $3.47 in 110i3 to $3 7" inl tionai advainoement, and if we niistak-.
-___1904 The reports also show that I n~ot, the 1euepie will find iam a p'rogres- 'tw v' i'* ptaj~o ai ..try Will Je--n.alruhis into Another dae
Bt!,rtary Wilson of the Agricultural 72.647 long tons of hardly rock were siredire'ior of the affairs of the Urseer- ;ro; rr, .4 re pt- it r Tr,ira and Meast Pay Ponalty. rtment may b.ve to do a little mined but not marketed, and that sity. we.: flitted by education atid ri- whtii d 1- IAt ttA t 1111PTr '' !#e 'I Br. -a so- Will Jenkins desired towt mer 'a::kw work to clear his farm. 57.511 long tons of the stock carried rerienc'. to advain'e it along the high. adverti~i 1.9 c,, (!* ill 0t- t Ie' eg t!r thall tiepc a afford t 7--- over from previous years were market-'est plar,, uf efficiency. rroarded lty it ii I itlit, as ir, halimtg lecy ,or himuselfe. Ifiroo-4 an entreaso
-,p...~.on have a s system of ed i n I W4 Hence the total quatitty --- nyth~ng worth advepprt escng At ally mati) the wardrtoe tit hill furrier trio"i, r,? interurban railways that will mined was 1,08.07 locg tons. MJrPYFR ROT. rate the. merchants who advertised lit aecr Wal&ker. at llr-her, and $06
1ar.ythingof the kind in any In South Carolina the diminution in I- The J.LIirnal are Is ones with "'01 threifruom certain articlesof ti lothieg,
te Y eV u ss it be in the United t production rpt.f which th as been fieshown by Th e i J s was awarded'rises trin r th io'uinna? IIJ,1 ~ sIts b" 1) O ii d n heso s c..ead slid ego. so received a slight check. The-re was an %erolty it; spite if the fact that !hr stil Igrfwe.edld t iake away .00
'?ea.cirar-nte law was not passed Increase of 11 per cent in thet pruduc. S-ate, VLirda tine large arrsneisALWAYS WALKED. 1tit Ial I erar (Iil I tat aji)Prseate we'm
Apt Legislature. as many sup. tion of land rock. which more than il ,,pI 'ae ity 'Ihlis will tie a Illattor st 7.qgl 'sevrpie~r whom be
I Itl-ast, no such law was ever made good the continued decliase In that tilt taxpayers of I :urida wii .Xre, A 1: 101111l ttd t; 't ir recently tll ha 111AW that 1 is 1111-st .6issday elothost won.
SeI rnor Broward for his river rock. The total pruu.tioa (if their attel' ion called to at thet prt-per, tug t ii tit-, lie- tn'sst have beepn gtir Ie liregac tip make- a "kiek," agd
1*South Osrolitia phosphate rock ill 1$* '4 tini and t h'ee w hip are guilty ritist trymaug ill ,&- 0l..' tnmos cif fone, fn thte nestle 4c-mplamnt siist t he man wham
A:::., .~hs -was 27o,80d long tons, val ued at $,46! .- jI,.,v the penalty -like C'ity Inrdex toew mm 11 at 1. 0 Iraill went t hrsjgIt hep dl'ciereli hie- hadil tefririaded wbf vt. ( has~ always worked 817, as compared with 258,4cl I long Ltas i J f~ nj trittis in this case, whens A tim ti 1' I. inll tihe wel ill hard toy bilusling hif
ye-ars old. Somne valued at 1170-6,SAXII art lifig. distribult-d t msIpyigaeifhrea Te-.aral aa. dil -crcke iea i aIaehshug.
ft.. I it 23,41 on Cnsvaled at$7' I,.i ~t 1,t.P iet) P. ain tRI Ifi there is e .1eeu 1l iil via # sid ite in t I hoe w ils rent ,m 1)dt ivaer fil h io m











FROM ALL.

-PARTS OF ;L A

Happeing.1~umVariu




MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS D
In "TM Land of Flower."1
D~ own" to Suit the
~~I~utems of interest to

~lows' 1o'e at Lake1snd
ted. Yo U

~ rike, have resumsJ work 1
Sgiving water parties. at I'a.
Sting accustomed to io:!&i opCIatholic chur.1a is to t), ti-'zjlt
rille, tuos uiwards oft





Is being made to tir'lhe Kno
out of Welshington to Chrid.'y o.
orange crop in th iini ya of

MI will be tnt h larger thati wao






and shiplitd. V
LAb. City poistottice has beeiit Ril.
So veonideclass and thea ;etopie
wonititiod to free masil do-livery.

Osala Star Is trying to create a'SU
nihuuiastn among the .0business "o*to boom the beautiful Silver sct

people of St. Augutino orio well1
to learn that tite' institution
deaf, dumb and bl id is to rein that city.
Sontrution of a rock road from S. jacksonville will 110 doublt izsii enterprising move of thle

& Son of Ueorgia have pair.
Sb. timber on 10,0K) sore@ of b"u belonging to lodgee. A of Fort McCoy. Ilarion county. ofsidratiou was$ 85W,01). 11111 a Peonsascola family wall 6I.4eult home. enjoylig their stammer ccl.burglar onterod the residewo., Sk bath and ana toatit of t ile own.
?Wetits. besoiie S*4&) worth (it
*r. HeI was a'it, otat far fila iwea It i

famotis N ioatep grovo, Rt k oi
the p?(Ilirty ,I ('al I' J1. Watkaitio, l~bef stild ill 1 % Nihfiillsm 41f that% s ra -y A m- Isi o#n mlik









THE GAIN.ESVILILE SUN: JU[LY 17.1905 _suTh VETRST nzFa-zhti Wedding,HAEARRIVEN HERE a'tr ~et u


b v Dr. Andlrew ;t irgmtr. .yI :


'~THE GROUNDS et rrniiij whie~'t.. 1-yx,

P' ry V sited the N ew TCrc jirt'iiti ly at I K.'. A~ ;~
-dExpressed Them- Mi ~~W:L~a rCTCC ~S *.
Val P,eased-Work of Sur- entered the parlor fo'ii.e'I b) th-- "I REM TI WOUND T. OU
oda.bride leaning tnpoLII tht- aril of tier JUOI4 OL Oto SN
to Beg iece FO, Monday, ARR~~wu SUR CUR 4.0.;t. Ira'l
~B'.r~ 1ii~ Sn.father. They were miet at the PfUScL3SI5,M JTLSI V VETO ,iltiiu.'i ,.



Iz0 viiY4Foidinaines- and impressive cerezno:j wits per-o aS rvsot ai.I' It r~r~ie4
s. ireiKerahas formed which joined touetlher two by.- A~ j~ru Thnak -- 1.( 1%A ,
.t ily and are repairing ing heart@ to beat a* n frr'tes a f"s circulataa of Uhle Blood. glviu~ the Muscs DSWSI
8o aoiual work of laying off The bride, siwayis prty wrlti neer W 'HI AIA'!RE W 'I:Sji ('401 .Professor of civil wore a gown of whits- ill Riia] carried t4 .4iU.-141 I"erilm *I- r
per ., id Ills assistant. P. G. in her hand a bouquo-t it! wh; te az.69 .)S..'1-1r-I I .;ti, I I I
a: p rid by Dr. Andrew leasn. She wa- a visiir. of fairy loveri- It AII01111 1- 4114-1011 e.the
University, Sr- nes from the crtowz of Iler R D OPA A Y Ithdre.u h-il fjll,! nes
th 1fe r o o, in11 1 4al y 0 4 t4Ifl li a l t .. i 1 'abl
le.j of the1 Pnies to the twuo u '. lor dit i. ty !- IV S .B ly. P. 0. True, Te is, w rites: "M y!#%ae ( 0 hA U l I ir v olpe.
r .R h m s pered feet. wife Wa been suffering five years with passalysis is iliwol ovial the' Abe 4' it '1i'4u.'. itir %Io
Fo e t ea o u nd m eaR T hoe g r o I, e h e r a rm w h e n I w a s p e rs a dk e d tc n es B la id s ,iotiatit t-,, indal 41 ;# 1 t.~t.dthegrund rcet- hegrom ~reii.~t~iS.tlf'itlSnow Liniment, which effected a coinplete cuts. IIo If 111111 .f
city7. about one mile black and looked all ilat hv i. t~i~ have ales used it for old sores, frost bites and .-1s ..I .1 1..., ... Wit 4 1
I' A ;# ,II %Ih. ~ ~ 4
** After careful and handouzine. eruptions. It does the work." ,i ; .. .
~if tthe grounds. Dr. Sledd After, the Lalqy 0. 't BEST"4 5 UNhWh4T ONi EART" 014CF TRIMn, ALWAYS USES e u
~If a jeite:: atop toZ tl.t:r~ 'r~t !;,!-i. REFUSE ALL SUSbJITL IS too &at-.~;K* ~.rd heatulformally. t13AB~LL.ARD SNOW LIN NM~EPT COO ~'
I \,-.to to begin teata T O .SaA
fit ,I thelo grounds Monday relativeti ard fr7ii: I t r.~ I i e ka ft n1tgaged for about and M il 1;riti in, I IX 4(t i. !i::i. t. r aI
~~t.. I.* 1lie assisted by demru.frIahi~ i.r~I.''.SOLO AND RECOMMENDED MY --I4
%I. I -I, id a local force. petct tit rtaIidt- it ti.-- f.,tiar. _V A )T1 W S 0 M -t
~~~ ~University Fri. Mris. Brai'ta iiH'd ii ..'N N.~J~-II"S~, ni4 ~~.
t~.rIthat the faculty e......, Woil 14,1 lt'r r1' 4**t1 it,< 0 '
4 ~~O.Arwn wtid he the, diijuoritio..1: .f ili %I.,'ii 4t',:. 4 . Iee
v~a'er known, Sind III rtt!c': Ito: at F!r 4rPraiacoe~ 4~

K.I ~ hihlir'BaselilII P .iytrs a dl Fcou R, t rsIMi~~N. ~f ~tha .iil
.. t i b s il I i rli -.l-r tiles' ..*- L~w .
i.d lIbe other d ta r .r (-r -r.. I 1 1:11 IN .4. 'a r la

I ..-r-:ty til pro~e 4., d r;..,,. r~ n iqosCr ~~~ ~ I :t hil r* r _'7.. ~ .,.4 v
pi r i brakce hs. t D ri *I~t- ~ .,~D
a'thare t h orn in a '; .
a~ow Qt m.ie wit butt I Lit pAC SOILE I i I :to
f._% 11- mill hi eflei.lt i. W 16L R D .,i ..~. ii A

it i4 0% I~re i\d 4 l~ I~ r r itt'!A e t o I i! .ol r. 1.4
te iitC 4' Pab, rutrk-7ierI .
Itt C i .. twi th' o. 1 I'l BAY STREETi'4 '44.
Cionnt Rdm inBer
f11111 ta Ife fe' t'.iM IV 10 1i tI Ii (I i'a r: Jung' a eaA
I, , .ytiig ea .M ..rd 'it t. X I" t w'! 1q 1' oi ; i .' *

Agent wford Pabs Miwue Beer I~. a. ~', A4.

b~u>. IA' &nod 'y PR. t, it r.. LEWIS ,86 Awa Ibv Ivrthn rn I as ~ .4

r I II, HrH ( aiF i ,I i i .a

.-yi~n else I~ cue 4li br-.t via- I., it 'o 1, Jug' Cini-at Re Near Beer,"


sli wo nd it t iji.l, I 0II"fa
C~. ri Pj -'t. I.,~ A.1.1'4 iqm
0~W t 1). 1'i-r.' v'1 441 4 I1 i wlt I-# -, I, -.4,.....*i4 41 W.





RON11 16


A iarrialle license was leaned Iessr- W. J. -;a,,vy. &sneeefal pluter of UL
F ~~~fl ~day to lien ry Cox and Mins Ala How- Cadillac-, w34taigi h i~ e.C U CLW L
0 rdn ntect Ie.I IG ,W L UL To Raise Oranges at a Profit
mad of Fairbanks. These youalm people terday. ':,r 4tslvey stoe that 0t!. T E T
are quite popular ard friends will ex- pecl; i-. o' 1_- -wetio at rose-; r-, i zer. To produce
NTIUBEIM teud congratulations in advane, Tehe iBt* .roo Company stid tith- FIE LINT ST E T I, cI tIt m ust coortain
--C. W. Mc~bonald of Roeky Point was ers ,t* thousands of crates Ifnu:t. toprcs.ad61sl
of General Interest Oath- in' the city yesterday. Mr. McDonald choice l.-, .1.e from that section d.,r- City Council Ordered Complete Set 4 ,ji
ced by Our Rep SYL was elected a trustee of the Rocky iflg the 1 ;'at 4rason, which employed a of Machinery for That Purpos. P o t a shU
Point school at the election Thursday large wiIe of hands and kept con- _---and his friends extend congratulations. *iea~ro~y in circulation. '.v The valur otr. ,ir lranxos is
NA AD OCIAL ITEMS W.B odro at e n fteCad I lac, ;eact, is notedl for ito 'a.1 WILL B3EGIN WORK SOON an establi..heii I., I pAmnphlet
MA AND W.B ole-f-at F.oneo h on orange gmw itiv~~o:e author.
most Prominent citizens of that section som apl. 'arance and excellent flavor,.aieinomto Ho Mepened and WhtI~IWand a trustee of the Santa Fe school, hence t.e ret mns were very satisfac. Machinery is Expecited Within Thirty -tatise upontlti
Todin shr aaahswas inteet etra.hvn ome tory. Days, When Work Will Begini at OnCe. request.
o d Shor Surveyor inon thel Oty yeseray.hai
Ie-,He Who RUns M" eNW to bring the ballot box for the election Fli P4 0eryg's Dily1 Suit,-vyo yn Wl c. ens
iTMSm-Thu reday. R. I lradley of Wacahoota was day to Begin Survey for Sewerage.
AM.5 un Notice is hereby given that I will not trading in the city yesterday. Another stop toward the advaw.le

v gbw of Bellamy was trading ieoibefrnydt. a Mrls A Tooker of Rochelle. wa meat of the city has be-en taken by the 0 k
111. t ysera.ed by my wife, Mrs. Annie E. Bailey, shopping in the city yesterday. C-11 Council, whish body. in special WWII, 1
eiy1seay and persons crediting her or trading Paul .Jones of Wade is visiting his session, has decided to purchase INS- NwY
N Clyatt Of otter Creek was with her. do so at their own risk. grandparents. Judge and Mrs. H. (j. proved road and street building ma- a 316
iiij busilliet in this City yon JAMES9 S. BAILEY, Newberry, Fla., Mawon chinery, and a resolution to that effect O
July 7th, 190M. wonoftelanghas been passed, and the order will be A itaft. 04
R it~flofWidsor was is the W.(b fet in mountains of thek. leRey on wstading placed for the machinery Monday. alS.m" t
yelitmnsy, fle ced Nort The StR "Home Cottage," in the !,ty yesterday. The order will comprise one too-ton
Wa had flis name enrolled on the shaded pounds, lovely situation. Fine Kolly combination roller auit harrower. ___plion list, view of mountains. Table best. Cool, Fl ~S leen. the naval stores opera- tie No. 4 Champion crusher and one AlOu beihr-a
I. angh formerlyw of this bracing. Blankets at night. Rates tor of Mit-anopy. was transacting bust- twenty-horse power electric mot-ir. Ftreet Arca Oarr ndcian os
bat now of Central, ws is thi reaisonsible. Address Mrs. A, R El-ns nCieyleysedy whielh will be, used as power in place Indiana. the loading agricultural )oar.
liegiptday and dined with Mr. and more, Salads, N. C. Mr. and ),Irs. Joseph Moffatt of ica- of t"aa net of the natilou, tditeti by an able
B HSaunders. L. T. Roux of Williston is spending nopy have returnoed to thsir home f rom Tile- action of the council was taken erso rtr h ironPr
'I l'Ca, the naval stores oper- several days in the city with hill broth- a vicet to Sn Smith. Tampa. Fla '.) inction of Alderman henson, who ofr ritehe l iraryefricn joag1,&[snoila. arrived yesterday, er. F. A. Itoux. Mr. Roux was former- George P Morris of Waldo. one of hati always been an enthusiast on hard published It Mile. a poettin of its own
W~i visit hie family here for the 1y a resident of Grainesville, where he thle I-all: citizens of that progreo-! road'1 and streets. University street alid has taken) the leading place ini the jwI or th ree days. was superintendent of the waterworks, live towi.. was in the city yesterday was e.'nstructed under the direction of homes of rural people tit every election
ti %reIlavid of LaCrosse was in and has many friends here who are al- P If Baker, the naval stores opera-; Ald..rinat Henson as chairman of the of the Vnitit Stairs It givos the city yesterday Mr. MeDavid is aL ways glad to see him, tor (I Cwmliville. is in the l!ity tin a, street o''munittee' se-veral yersr ago, farmer and his family stoinoettiing to
[wrui- farer of that section. and Among thle prominent East End visit I" Ih. !211101Y, East Gaines1vill' &till it Is stoodI well, requiring very think about aidli from tli he' humdrum
a ,Ii.ltie' of flue chickens to folks who visited Gainesville yesterday IWarren I, English of Tlaconma, on tte ea of routine duties, Every tissue "amwere R. P. Pumpkin arid W. P Hoii- Iof the :i. )i~t widely known yihing metin I hairruain I l~ityo (if tile' airt re orn- tsas all iurciiual j'ue'-1 III Solos L 3ppairo at. being made on tesdware of Ornt egt.Mr. Bu-jin that i~v..' was taigin the rvit 114tee. em,.. to altou all enthusiast on Ooodl I'.r the nex thlirty lays we
r th.Wilk la.st IUnion street, which ware reports plenty of rain arnd eropl; yesoterd.-ysi~-o. tyhn lrfrtead fe w o h rc fltl h
~5r,;,nte ani improvement, since looking fine, witi. the result Itat theI ntt.1leriysaedSt- eicawektn heedngouy
MAL M~~~~~~ioc4 '.1 a!-1..' Shutt left yt'4t .rilay fo day ti'at tile. nnaelintlry A oii be tie' r n Ih inrini aie.bt
fstrAI! 111111iy flow keep dry in in- farmers are happy and contented. GTrir.'- l'p r. where shie w~i lq'erid itre.e toie n ht tCiii ae.ad' le~n'iaiF ebt
ei~ wsterThe Waldo corrtopondent of The fe-w lila the guet iif h, rrenid. tadrril At motiii,~ aud what iiith111( mi* yfer It $1ad This tilallne su elem
~ 81'(1 ail familyy. who have Times U nion says: "Professor .1 If. Melr- -' i t its. wre-kN "liii it will h~e piaceld 11vin l iecI i mai t do. hijc all neauloribes
:ne 1~c the liennington see- Coffee. principal of the W~aldo white I. i 1i Ic. of lPrairie 'ree-k ile oif atoll in lo itiacnii t'hairmaui 'Ifty- l t ill re-nit, iik IiltII thrty d'ays kms
fnr O~ ., ; ,Rt ?Al m o n th s, are no w p u b lic scho o l, h a. resig n ed as teach er ,'i- ri i plo ye s 4f t e P ra irie w ill ''r (K-1ii', at oic,' it ) s k f r tilei fo lr i l .l k 's I r i l e s
a. ,y oelited it, thle Starke cot- ini tile colored normal school at Talla- Ct'rk' -aw ?uill. was lit tie city o)ii stapplying flitt rim-L of itithih there io 4
'aIN i 111111Vulle. haosee oil account of objectiume raised tle-IIj. yt te'rday. ant abuicdanve Ii it, itecitanaty 111t11ii a
N'V RAuniiy of '"acalloota was in by some is ctronci here to lit, tvel~ang Moie I-, ite ('olding (if San itoio, ,few 111i14's Il thll vity, al lilt' oweet laii vkit HI .1 -1r('.armed WM~
%~-;,t-rfI ay and made The Sa.n In a colored school." Te.xti I -inding a part oft her i-aea- and tot-st bitdder will be' trQiliireI tio) ni iIM .111 ii. rkter of 0ote
ir a lio Flays crops have been J E. P'arker oif LaCrosse, oile (if tI-e tion %. ut iio hier cousin Nllo i.el.mtua& to sotk at owic-Il ii thriiitht irr iof lirsnanie. icepr 1'.1 1i I ''4 have beon A, I,; '*i'rt ifln arid cotton will be most widely known yutn g flien it that (b lst,1 of Mi canopy. miin tg tile tiiaturtl IIIy til'e- iiriir thile e-ased- thi t i ~ oorla iiijo pw
rai litef not interfere. section. was trazissoting business in C2 NI %I k ininey and W. A Spsrks nachiilrry arrivesl oreeral lIitl red d ine1 *'ct.fI?-ah Jiudpm
-', ieworth of Evinston, one this city yesterday. MsIr. Parker re-.f(mhiiwr mn h ~iost tons will likely Ile ready fir liet- all osnd ti. I,, I,cI 41, .1 Inot show J%
tr. .-&( tiv.s 'it ilenrs of that section, portserolttgood in his section, with ofOannwr mn h iiosi)crusher loreuinlit iii t ie,-r t
.1, e' ity in business yesterday. the result that the planters are happy. I~ins Th' yfstrsa The-yk lad tiityaderit
Atstts hate aer Teprsecs o aprldecttn rp Ithe S-oi Pt agreeable call. Theylomr wi lot il ai u o I i-u Attertiot Ye I'ia
states ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~( tha the wae-Tepopcs ot rlfccttnco T anid son, Kirby, of l'vinas- abhId ~ t hm1,111. jeiteltiiff 0g 'eitracts i 0,A0)[1 01ilmos atanald ostiswat nanr enderainhihisasnw rn, oreverog bettiitrr at htsiPrtseasotet. hie huunoytiestreet, liwiit- masdadn(iioriiso SWet ni I: hat m, a rule the grow- J1udge fHoratio Pavis left yesterdayr, et.aoghe iiort hi tention for sonaie tinis, after whieIi he ''Troist Co of W~ashuinaiecra I 1) write
in fr e5?.'jFF ithpie o i dhm erIavle city y..e-erday. Mr. Huff in a pro- Iwill begun the- paving of WAest Litwirty tee (;1.4 N% hillyersi. itir oall at 9Me
Tii :,g ;e'ijile of North Gaines- where he expects to spend the remain- Irsie rce fta eten street from Viflh street to the I'n'-"aktitce f.1CfaeI
hr to-ri.'t on haiga goo desf h ummer. Jug avson When you wanit a pilitasant laxative vrrity gircundo. At a mtcriat iniertistf 06mcie-ville I11I419e' therv, me's
havings t ak n eramt ct h goodri Isiasti an thei,111 oddge Iai viaose will ea-t It 1,11i for ita.'l
;4 r 0' l'kt-~d Ii a pillau at the an fill" farmi in that sectioni. where lie thar't is asy is take Stariad Liert art g thcisn~ I passeill fare'aeiiou frolmr u,, M.-Yovs. wr ro,~~ve last night. There spends every i-timmer it is possible for 1s 'aielisttmciai ierngti thtrIelIsr w14ie f1ccn 1.4i Ii' .
fort. a imt"'r jiro-set.t and it is need. him to leave his business. Friendst with fble-ta.os flvm male' byr all i ruguacts liy to ghty fee, : t cill eitrr e'n rit
im' )::t !:,t thille who attended am a pleasant arid bentH.-ial ijon. i fretiest five-acre theai' cie'riiiity ofahi r s ep ei itileriite'l ts
.' liihugely. We, (C. .N i xo of the E~mli~h1('ild one or sl.kteina h-InkeI i ylyhmjriesst ijrrt.rtte
I K'inothler-ilm-law of wail trading in the oity yo-sterelay. \lr 'gla'e' North i ,ane-tille. Termiis at work llunge-hf. arid e iii ot',' that ak th-r rigt~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~'101 \,.yt,\1' aierl,1,0 lt)IiIII'led1
*''ied.died in this Nixon mov~ced to tie Colony froirn (,e'i,r- [i'- ih j 'N l8iudr.ig.t .i'
nva.ed st-verity years. g is diritn lavt fall arid ts well jile'asud .a.rt lwTeMtra

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