Gainesville daily sun

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


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


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
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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Pnd lfat Prliee ofe" Aln*Si while pIltitale o0o14rs who are 'no Announied ItI IIbillityp IpMt P
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".t Olven at Peterhbff on this, the l ith t iWarket raeil, d oen thi e g-re.
thrata l Wk paft e tbole u tBa Bdy of AutIut, 1904. Nichols." a urpre lip it lise thi eatrf.
b throni. oba k p la c e th is ImWiato gI
t othe of the PerlR" (aee Voluntary ia1rmmen. i when three quasrteeW ( It'
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t( latt eit-rc trm th, A4uandr e be taken i provimaing fo to.he ToUr tit or. t'e~ pte
*sit e 4the 0hareb. After the 04. tary disrihanmen#t of the Kuuli a!r the *4tor haut
ii144ti, of at. PNeersbur e4d M*dti. ,c ilser AsIold sad the torpedo u>* i l lIrI
jile' 1 th- eunent the o .e.r, the d'tyr aoovoi, ot. Shawnhait t J
penW ote to.l t latter wIth the and the Russlan cisereblin. t wa aetw bet W as realag
bof me o*rds o.1 A"d this ""F4tee0 tres all w11s 1 oW,
jipeda etd l yt hern e Sri ]espse9We pad is tr a rke wm e
,r tle.
be liluiutloas tonight. ,t aiIj h the JliJaael.M 5'ag people had Il ttrftikt u
-.. Advice hereed here from an unknown They have one b thel
e W l isM fes W, cntriry to tprevou iIouc heaviest opsertors o, i to
ISt Petlshlbury AgSt ,, -T he ~3tW tm tht te DtIn 'i n ver bd.T of the m nrltfor. sae
e rt o aye Isstud Cth I lgtSh Pnidfest* enoltlon, 'She ha onlrg. hl 6 hebt lb n rally supposed tttheir
Of the occon of the ehrrtefla oi her hull below the water ne ti r ,trnaetlonsa we proalp ee aot
e or tohe fte oo n. Itu'i itro .e l Pajre il take week to repair, Tbhs tlt q llhtst hint or i .lcs hedm
duoed by t l ol *wo the g ve permltted en extenslo on .v tevr, h lve o U io l 'a' 'od we. t_ c er soJolrn in s natrlle port lbeyopdl wbre .embarra wto e or. l. h
Sp th. Pet b hor which eft y. The a Is advance t torr tw.

aniane bo e o nuerfith. a bi ece tis. p l t he 4o te tona 11 i l t ,l l or dho: $ WI
1as the O e of a l the Ret j the Out rity of the port would ber tt bhet lt
our slon elaid Keitr, the eantt Duke l t t eN and t fe i e iy th e mr e orag alth wivfrpont

Promptlngso of out het, we turn tw pt ir atS da Thte lfirm is leo"I o e bo ro.
oUtr reat family of the empire t suMr therpt wlf Wa.sbrg. illiam A. m Iret arl Alitre
ith the dmyopedt and most heartfelt atrhe war tvminat ihn aite o gV Pt,.
eanre. oeve amidst the, tlmes ol ta r has not yet beens t.keu ut 'the ua temfor ben O r .t Pd ge lads
iUolnal ,trtilg e anI d dtleult- I b t ar e s ron as it. etatemn:, Hr saId:4,
.1 upon them ome ifts of n ut rou yrh rt l t t s Ii merely a ase of teorI biorl
at favor tor thelr Breetor enoymentIt tls expected thait the action to he supelin o lf bu sines and I e gla
"i their dtly lives ithake at hanhal nd o aie n wwll r-l 0~ nay that the ohII attlr s o the 4th r f
The o.varatos r eflt bestowed conl ve the eases of in;erntlonl signfi- will be met dollar for dolly We
oarsa claeM an r.' then enumerated *t e d racticaly close ta have- ly a Hl ght interest Ian the New
I h t mOrlensB market, our heaviee Iltnrest
leonth. onef o the moot Important1 WOMEN HAVI FIQHT. beinl In the Now Yorkl udi Lveripol.
ovsine relates o tie entire hW o therefore. s
litope of crrpors l puntshinent f Bong Mr t. r of Wis. Shar- At t al olur iaketsa tli e t eubl mrgne emllea bfIr
the rural classis and its curtailmet MissIda Psrr.-. is L lrvoinrp t the .dvsneIt marken tbi nrl
the arly rd thena Knoxvl uTenn.. August 2W.-u'lnho e tavn been re at during thoe Ila
The anle to T e.itland I hs town of ellco, near here, was t l ,few dl. I co s e omf ld Sely lly tla

areSM 'w ich affe t o ns on l of thet e f a nd ate ati a k e e. Mb t 'e irte il not he long befo rq we wll he
lasse f.n e thopto thr~~tJme se 8hearp. wlfe of the ra ommon. aetivoly engd Ion busnet s ealL.
t" eat- s e se ,.-v itshes t re' l ealth attorney or thie WIll.nmsbur. A pecular feature of there eulpniel
Tgra l od vIsons of th e lm iasbur; l wa nt to.partmnnt or Pab e & Cot are dirtly u.dr the
'."' tinclude an allround 'red

urstans faor omimon w oepe a5 d. W 14 ff a. a, lie n. C.. e theW im frl tha mbAs a.Uchd ea
MIenal nant nily for politeal octenies, "" .... .,i .. t tihlar failure aset spnirtin.
Wept Ii i s otf Iurder snnd the Msl arrk, who w. formerly At' i f -re s-
Stlee o e ohildrn offr rTey Arp' ste otraph, w NItl VICTIM 'MA #l.m
aI Siold ho shav s 'beent vi ltr aordlAnt Ntho nt.l te 'm thl e t..e. s
5 the war, a well asr as 'i e bi1 arneig. sthorit y ai vere oesat lo. '
Iioe o avefailen 'It the ar wie it at eonela ad hby Mrs. Sharp don h. w ed town, tca. Al .i oc' t-Al
Sthei pt d. Jlp e aI bo practtle of furpnt loe tepor Ml ve i ta lt te
le aunt eof .00t000 im t Imp ort Irrlr. Adlmond ring worn by MLt tile mlPhich ocrcrred a tthl 1sh.
I t'e sthe at te hnd fo the net o P n I el to haroE beA elal H d by 'i ngI t lb Ier r York .as IU e
t vs pvsplae of iland. The stn* Mrs hartp ihaln once bor iely ud ItI thought tho wlsIo
leeo vll town 0 or villa s own rita n In tak by the rate o t rely rto mre .
1 tale o earva otti the military r Mr., ,hr n. ..Mia. aiut-rrie a, nol 'bly q .' aten go rfureth troete 1 en.
mUie in nlao durn the ln arse.* W mv- ari- d somIe t hurouoble townt A_ nea- ...
er 3 rmltoed. o iree lo m wol par Theov lctm of thei les orly f the'
^ I hy|sIserfId to FlIa who have left thetr Sharls oie In llat is Il .tt %Ral 9ore long eonitlor ii,
tl ty.. wotet the. se tion, w .of o th All' partpa or h olnent mn4 the oana l tserd sih basinss al Iwo
06o t rie a its t we also swea th attre s s t Wi lliam Ig t A usaetl ta she ,hnir dae t roe $ i
e'h retumrni eho' a'r liab10 to140 mu' hK; rt, a"n d the deitlsnl of t he ir b taltity

/h.y ae reic muit LmidlIly pre TRAOEDY IN 'KNTUCKY, of her snalllnt.cannot ,be ioft|lshe".
t B r thoe e ub I r -ad we-.ont '.* i s ' T 'te t DaoPa there wedl no tj i e that
Who hateogvaaei itaq service eiltlng Arret, Man is Shot and ainything tnusual had occurre

Sothe plthed. s prded theft pro Kil 1d' gred isd Pzroyed Ihtu teaofaiO
St slo s Iro u n, a0. A'. los *ft ht n A*weer e a 'm- ,n ehet
snrIt&the b rt ofth e helr tot the othronens. Wol4ui, p0 f Rock couty, ahot ani kil. the iB Inhu ti9 reitu that j hI'
',esrt n las e o f, m ouer.a h, Mi s s arry, WIliams In eeup con. Y Orr wh Wa
4 ai<,daing olhft, volent rpbto ery es ,a'lton' Hurst companIe of i, tt to being g0 th
da,"r to 1hl lr t who ofo been: t. ""AVl
4W m t. p rd d'a : the l, s, ey he nd Willims Wsed ,others lttle:, girl the" ho A of tIe.4 't b
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'e w ere afI'ttirnui, from h ecisaIn. Wil`
Is-soder what' steOf can he tapeolaISSsthwas :ho, Werr, as-be pas d 'WoI. '
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^ida<>nthe li'dio*4 sa l .e old I 'Diultl'i^l fit!m* foo' fotr tn4b"

n "o e ip rinland d. W.,Te 0 tl0 af trio' e t' harrft he the andItf1 tus. .tb T rw ,
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3 I re to.01t rep'wit n.'lCIITi andl, community an e We '

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ai attlth bsa *t t Sorrctzo W st,
5~ RINshli Sotrlspoeedot. thq eta,

.b hteaee save way, bukylnC thlu'e
siuwi bshsotb the rwstu. 'ThI to~wa
iFetapt a eastseelte of grstetat d4ta
Abe, Wlaeotut4 houses are dis every
de. There se broeken wadows.
MtZ of plaptertes p esew tar lyIng
Ly *. Iki*^ 'Itii --tf1'* ** *fl

Watlk't fro mHigh Window.
oFIrmtnlAMAle.. A1,4 25-,W. T,
a0tArIcl... a cdit Birmtngham.. e, wki en 'lte fomrtih )otr oif tIn p mra hoisse
hotel and fell (i hfet (o thhe pavoteent
below, wRtholut revvtrng eriohls Injil.
,ti. -ilr left ankle wa44 distocated.
n4d he wais rrtieOt i9 hospital. This
wl hls' only bruise, It .was
stated by ,the wounded man that hhl
iwa walk1i ini1 his sleep and bad been
treamint hat' someone was attempt.
(ar to ro him.
A Sweet mreath
Isa n M rP falling *ln of a healthy
toanaeb. When (he breath is bad the
stomab is out of order. There is no
matedo l, the world equal to Kodol
Iyopepsa Oure for trying indilestion,
p a dto sl all stomach disorders.
M. y 8. Oriok of Whi te linas,
pyl..wtles "I have beet a dyt pep.
to elil; tried all kinds of reme-
1tiliunaed so grow worne. By
*(, adol I ato improve at
ip resulted in we ight, health and
s M.0 Ugad oan a t whatever I like."
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h4te 9h swee. !old by aIl drIu.
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U* pes.IM sn .aletn Bleeeese.

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bIleare,4, n$o lenll IIunsred
i h. t iMlt t*mtlt uu1ethills llkoll
lldis +ot Ith ithman is rirnt a d a1
iV r *h(tI,' yuh t mony l It et me."-.
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a, bthyla the ,iiui .':,there 1ar ntlo
"oM111h r#fetr itsn, for the gromiv, rf.k
to hetip tho. 'olwiit. &tclilMtsi ('is. ,

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tl t thorough. Try the. Only
tqe 4iaitntdr byaall dIrt stoe. .
Why Nt l.ere Io l Speak spanihT?
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l t booklet t ed, What to
ib and Ho* to Oy It y
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i*. iltng (. (mAaUWWo 0. 0k,1 B.,(J.; both wayo. -* '?
'a. lieMst tiStSi.i la th Cote0wi9 ser14 i
Clyde New England fntd outhern Li1
S Diret Mieorv(ed R AiyrAOJAOK9ONiVILLUE, OliTO idt
PHUVIl DRNCK ad All Msteru Pdolnts, ;
..' O aUInl rleton both ways
outhioa ......... ..... om Lw Wharf, ta
Kortlbounad ................ From Foo of Cat herinde t, Jacklsonul

0C14 St. Johns R er Llu
Setw~en JACKU4ONVtl.RIS Mand SANKoHU P',
Shopping at Palng a, Astor" sl ntels. Beresford (DeLavd); arid Intermal
ae0duigl on Mt. Johns River .
Ist oJactksonville 8:8 p. m. M.undes. Tuesday and Thursi*4ls.
La re hoanford it,0 m,a Mondayst, Wdnesdays and Fridayc.
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Tb friend 4f MI W,, B'Elis, for. m VUau sday,l I l MaI
"0l1y of shis 1ity but now of Cedar toport iit
y"will,' pleased, the'in om.-* ,. aprenises
(sa thaislhe is rapidly regaitniag her v eyrl m nua
a1I th. This lady hia bee a quiffrer the ouw
fy1 `Ter m'nsisths, and during the not ooglnl
ra(se inmer spent a few week at I violating
White Spilngs, which greatly benethlod ithe duti
, .,h,. and not |
For leo or Rent--House aid lot IN"POI W"ior .- theleon l
known as theJakson house; containss. ThIere
INe romIs,l sItuated corner Arredon-. this poin
'do aid Meohlanio St. Also 68 aoresf a ie isof Bn
laid two miles from 'ity of Ualnme.- rMAesltIy llre a Rnot more
ville, Fla.i; 0 Mres cultivated: 10 ea0"e4bt B0iilMtlb. those oa
areme paotre, plenty water. Inquire gi t Iiba-i s this notl
of X. Voyl, (halnevilll, or leMae biStih ie s ases gH lling.sho
S*evens, 18 BSouth Third street. Ocla, UvS u sass b sbe* 1114 i g of I
ri. daw .i It is to
'Clap rateW to White Springs anm dI g rto e
Svia 0, A 'Railway. Daily I"wII may 9o
iati. II days. 0. 'Week e d,. going t
asairdal and Sundays, returning C u C r l
Mpondays oollowlng. 92.60. I W. MCUm I Co., Drogglist "Two
1Oanevlletl a. m. 6:16 p.m. un ,.. . s ub1l rn
day *esorsion only one dollar. Leave Imperor William Wants Sig Race. rightlun
Oalaevlle:46 a. m. Nine hours at Berlin. August 25--ipperor Wit. DPnlt4,
'prFlag amnd baek same day. J. F. hlam lbeorer formally renewing hisbl vrybodx
HIlL, agent. offer of a cup to he competed for nla As a la
... .... ANa transatlaltic race, awaited the oon )tcoverl
THE MIOANOPY HOOL. pluiteon of the correalondence now pro. it reae
all trm WiI September ,19. eli. g between his reljre entAtvft and on t myf
l Tm Will Open Sep ber I v.,.. .h.. i ... ..i. .ntiy i

Patrons to be Aaessaed.
nuowledgi Is going to cost a little
something in 1Mieaiopy during the
mining school term.
lion. J. P. Walklns, a member of the
bosrdeotf truetles of theto1 laiopy
High Sehool, stated to The Son re.
porter Thursday that the school will
open for the fall term on Monday, p84p
member 19, and indications are that
the school will be well attended.
"Micanopy is a sub-sehool district,!"
remarked Dr. Watkins, "and, like
the majority of the sub-ochool dil.
lriet. we are in debt and have not
Snflifolent money to "run the school,
hence we have decided to levi an as-
essnment of $2 per capital on all siou
dents for the fall term,, aid $1 per
capital for those who attend the spring
But don't you think the patrons
will kick on this ascssminit?" ven-
tored the reporter.
"dome of them pmay kick,'.' replied
Dr. Watkins. "But we are in a quan-
dary that is embarrassing. We dislike
Tvery much to do this, but It Ilan abio-
Jlue nees"ity, ind I hope that parents
wiol have children will not object to
helping us out. By the payment of 0
for the two terms they are assured of
eight months' sOhoinx. which Shoi1ld
be reasonable enough for anybody"
In connection with the regularde-
parnents of the school for thecom.
ing year will be wuiuidal department
in charge ot Miss Modlinias. This will
dd a, great deal to the institution. and
will be appreciated by the people of
the Mioanopy dilstrlct.
A Flns Potato.
Among the visitors to this ilty yees.
tirda weore L. W. Knight and son,
JlmeIs,of Cadillac.
Mr. Ktight, who is one of the most
prosgsive farmers in that leOtion,
brought to The uu offlOe a sweet puts.
to from hi own farmi this year's rali.
rli, which tipped the beam two ounces
*lorter than four pounds. The potato
a firm, 'a~id was said to be of, he
. I..nest v rliety,. '' 1 1 "
S Ir, )MrK bilt hU about an are in po-
0tatoe, from which he hia already Sold
0i1 seaso 42 worth of proditct-
sad they are hardly anilsed., He will
iouse and market several' hundred
dollars orthl of poitatoes this seasOn.
A Perfectly Painlaess. Pill
e.. the o4s that will eleaase the. 11ir
Ni, vt ,thd live to' atil., rsmob
t e bile, elear the ominplexlon, cure
4 sdaghe and leave a good taste in the
,tooth. The raiotte little pill for do-
saeh work pleitiantly and elffetual
a D io` 4, ittle. Early Risers.
of Lafaypette Id..,' uys:
,i other pills I have used gripe and
While! .hl Wittsi Little t'Brly
sii* l!r Hereml. s Sold by
"4 't P li fe :, -t ,&V t .. ,, .

llv i1.v rlTT I l. I valfcu %'lu ltImpetP lilll|'
the rules that shall ,govern the Con
te t. points of dt fftrenlefi ro
Main I( e setotid hut it I pt rinm likely
liht n fsii agreement will lbe rushed
by Sept. 30.
8l4t of Oollattral.
Notice Ishearby given that we will
sell at public outcry on Monday, fcp..
member 12th, I19041 t eleven o'olook a.
m. of that day, before the court house
d+Kr In Glainevilld, Alachus oidnty.
FlOrida, forty bonds or one thouismnd
dollars eah ezxeouted by the Uipatio!o
Lumber Colmpiany of Newnan's iake,
Almohua ounty. Florida. said bonds
having been pledged as ollateral' ,e
erUity, I H. F. D )erros & Co.
Aug. 24th, 1904.

..OF I..



liefbore moving I
have decided to give
everybody a chance
to buy gords at Red
Letter Cut Sale,

Thursday, August 25,.

to September 1,,
.. + .'* ;.,

My $1 Shirts at ........ 69c
My 50c and 60c Shirts at. 41c
My 25c Undershirts at ... 19c
jo 'Jndersahirts at -w4c
My 500c rawersrat-.... ; 41
My' 250 Sokat. t... l9.
My:50 and 60cSO0oxat,-. 39c
My 25 tIadleo' Hose at :. 19c
My 506 and 60c Ladies'
HoteaT ..a......-... 39
My 25c Straw Hit st.... 18o
My50c " .. 31- c
My $(. & .'25 tStrw Hit's IS
y $1150 S I$2 1.00
E rythingl will be iarled in tolalt
om.t everybody their eNW saleamac.


,.e I i .c , ," "

que allI
Usln irdi
drug atoa
bottles fi
An ezx
this city
tember I
and ink
dollar wi
I he aoade
ina ty, ati
In fitIon


s ab ordisape *apit9 the up
lg*'hots w hi't:e adrperate
rrm the i mn r i( wiicht It I'1
t00e youths f theoy arl o.
io 4 1it 4 rl d'

1 tlist ftw days tho6 small
'th*e allt aviesh( Aiel 4
P64ohist", 064, ii, imI d'|"
uilpghp;' reveP# rtr ini'
n, wmith lh resy ShA4t sever.
ntse 1t ~os4 va1talite ahick"
bos iand mts so implain t
n made tl MA4yor6 Thett
oakig of te aer ystr.
nr 'homt said that vrbal
ad been made to him In the
. He deplored tip l purotg
ih, awd, while A' i 0 I(hat
asters who miethe sli ane
litht of the faool ta th0 a y an
the law, he fiiel thalit i l
of parents lto inform them,
o permit theii iel outelde of
Ine of their ow re' stitl..
is n oRniaaas 'eorIng
I whioh platily statw t"at a
ot lse than lt dollars ir
Than flfteen he nlmposle upon
rryilg ll.Ug-,hboie, And w1ith
ie, anyi biy eauht carrying a
t will beisubjeelt to the rnl
his ordlnna*e.
be hoped' that parents will
tIhemaplel iaomdilngly, is Aj
Soheaper In the end. .
Ends o hitter PIFht.
igiht with an abs in ond m
g," writes J F. iHughes of
"a .., ad gav, me up.,

et in a few days. 'Now. 've
reained sip health*" Is coo;
soughl, etlos and throat and
dubloe '4uarastied by all
es. Prioe 0e, and 91. Trial
of Teachers' Imantnation.
niminatlin of applciitN'" for
certi"teOtes will beheld In
beginning on TuMwday, e-r.
Oth, l 9, It 8 o'clock ., m.
it will be required to supply
es with legal 'eap paper, pnl
All examinatlon01 fee of one
lli ie ehargld, ai beretolore.
tion, of white will be held In
ienle hall of alt Florida Srni.
11i that of c0lo0rd applicante.
Ae M o. O.owAY,
unty Sups. Pab. eisttrutelon.
rlll. FIa., Aug. 16I.196M.

fAlFi11 F 1IUDA

Opens Septemb 1 191904


bought the
stock 6-f Thb.
were and SOW
Company, we a
will for the
next Thirty


sel l

Any Goods in the Store at Cost.
The steek asit be reduced. 'w la the
timf to. by Furettrl ture teVes,
I'alat r laiythli la Ser ,



To soil t, ur i'

w100e .IlA V of ar ti,

IS rlfpco 5, 800 and
1000 Y talae*

1:: ^.'41^^
,. lf*"?,.y ,,;,5i~% ^^ ic


Bev Isand Cotton Se.

kfawutctirters o tm Jaoe Do
8ea Island otto Gi
iAINESV LLLIL.^''" .. ... ,.".
SC OiO 1
$eg SQ( $40%0 $5


Rtes $2.50 per d0 y aad ip
Private bath from
vembe.,l t, ii
. .. I ,!


R I-,~'I i
*' . . l t0 , +

The- Morntezuma.

On the A. C L. end ,. A. L V. l. SNIPNI
No' e Better in to f, t tA ,
.. .. all r** '" f raTpi- J... + ''

betrae l of 'Title "d fall fo ato t
county Oaru n ger ha lived

o ny I *"Ohl '; ;* ii .i^.."L
sting a RRa L AND oCITY A A^


--~-'smr-aunuu,*~uwrrunanurull--aa~: p~~


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.w .i


B B H B B H If..... -ei i I
I thiPO 9 W Et olR . ; o^ t w l??R s

i h n 4 1o 8 0 hl ... .
0 T b, y ,l Iwh1 wA AA melt a M lnei oiiteaD.

a t^ee M ees^ t he I "
.BiI K .'KS^..Bh B.... *, ,T* "lwiW fI ,,,y . *.*1 .
g t m o -, : --Agpunts for the-
llg&SB Sihlw.a pf Vi h Ior 09
e, o.**wI.s Vi etr Safe and Lock Cormpay
_____ pt__0lag p of ,afon th no (a thalitb ,
as (quhrp heb4 *tel that s hw seidemaiM e;osa Os! n o' dd
9 "11 4 4000klSegaoeeJ ,p4andeeMl with ohe diA
. . . h .. o*.1o*. .. Awl... .o .../l. . *r o m
-4)# t @ probles be lost bue broon Om ,oX
I. S ighsla 1e estilsoh o 'tal reesee Z tan netrfall furnished. OAINE8VfrLL, FLoRiDA8
atJeIis Is for low, namuey,
a1 0edt ofl| slain ta*b r for & __ -- ,y .
oIofew l t t s sre rihge ie. 415,
j i b*e Oubea Iat, wr case where the
$ wegeate a ses b bue no Jlidren bo she merrSao'.
g p i l 1>hs ehl d Bf0morm 4a sotroas tie to
I"fIt o Ite MOO pt"oethrO 4i fact. of *
MINpa $Mew bmo uwledp, bt thssTR0t hild.
i *!bA. W**#Vs otrr sto themselves. seo to
1rs re rk e the dlvoree mon em. fair lr1er.
Z10 1011 "N"Ort sixf014 111of Itia llo ralrads arei
a q saseen the Tnat4 Stae A', t "m bt b DAILY NEWSPAPER. .
I9tih f*the ag ipt IaVe o Nape t so Mudy thILne a ,S
.^mey o 4Awer"es :i.~d h. They
s ue1 -et ,Spei several 4d i 'Phdidetelp. Reveal the :News and Facta governing
o l 7isltan.g hile Bal dwi 14 omostye ....9
We 4.e sd asllallt i on hsV' eel
leeseaeas with h method. of the P. n1"vi na Studies underlying causes of Market
ilip). raliheed end the Ph1adeilpha1 siand hMoveOent.D ,
,'ISso e!, sitn is. vsng .Pi bur* 1RTeview,. analyzee and oriticises Railroad
Saofd *oooPe, jease at ohopear s1 and Industrial reports.
of |he iI I1fs 1s1^'. _'and staln g Has complete tables of Earnings of
A )Propertles.
P g DV. O Quotes active and inactive tocks ad
Sb t tl epne if ut be brot a I O nds.
|WS iwi 1t "o A 4p0 A Records the last sale of Bonds and the
1S0S P1o y yield on Investments at the prices
l '. *Answers, without charge, inquiries con-
k oSf ^he |asile mater ha^''nUmmuo. cemring Investments.
*ams te l ko n sod 0 he Pmo e whe daily mnultns thl WALL STREET
el 4th seat hea, a l ,re" J Ots L is better q all ed to lmnv t m on
,* du tht Nh r0 a 00 eat1 d4 prldtabiy snd to advise about lanvet.
$"pow f e' I**d b smt thn ea who does net.
**. * ,r",, "DOW, JONES & CO.,
Ip,..d setmeMbes .* u. 4 1 BIld ltretW N wS Ylt '11wort.
0Mte oble to a ne e th e r 1I a ar, *I $a mlith.
f. f "sp a I s a
lie nble o taivty of all the InA,
e* Ag pia lin ioIHd& woulSd fail
reato11"$ille t lifeIl. :
V"- 006 W dif id d "o n ofC' IsAu ma -
S, ..iton rt .. ar g*T MilU SmNi Air Line Railway
44 ldlet4,g a ognorl posper. ...-. FOR ,
I merl biVgd *at. avann ah Columbia. Camden, Southern

,*e is6.SUfas -ie ...flt Pines, Raleigh, F ichmond, Wash-
thes*o t f m INt "li"TE1o
Sas s ington, Baltimote, Phila-
,uaiw, .erabeho WV I delphia, New York,
A a t n -terpstinq to note lhs -
tafisouREMn I 1 Two Elegaht Trains Dailyl
= ,l....y o, m. U, ,,= ,Seab oard Express
Plrsthe ser ** ra n o r NO Ballard.Snow Linlamnt Co.
___ ,_____,"_._,-_ Seaboard Mail.
$1 e.wete to r ,ee m uneau*tirve t Rale by N. Jehasep

$glpeaeee-.eM. .... . Onl. y IMe Ope .ting .
--.:1:'^ .'"- -,"l ,.. g illy Through PulmIs S iepera from ioksonvill to New Orleans

Sa#tgtS Yl.. GenerL Pasgengr A^nt, Paenger. gel

..L. *rj*g:a.N ItIet i _I | B. F. JORDAN,
,.";: .: ... '=conn : an

* #, -, --- a s :. ..
whol~~~ gjow Tl~ o 2


li pA ixr: GADI)


asi fo ComiAttW WIl A UAINVLBZvi..LORIDA suitberI1

I'n I- l . ... 11 A t n'

runeral wrectors m

Licensed Einbalmfers.

Mae4ito urere of lRd o.lter. in
iue hrase, ttubiler Mtampe, Art

i* Va ,'emsenua, endd i'heelr.
pber*' upplire.

OlrdNr by Telgtraph or Telope.MW
will rmelw prompt *tieleml


The Postal Tal*traph Company is in.
viedto me o QaGinsevlle, When
ral Support Will be Guaranteed.
ervise Now Is. Poor,
In a~qrdasnce wllh ani article pub.
10 lt I The 8un yesterday 'lornlng,
a1d' he call of Obhalrntman MoArthur
of (he etixuion committee, a meeting
!rf the Board of Trade was held Thurv.'
osty sftOerapon, and was well attended.
'e meeting was also attended with'
Soasiderable enthusniam, on account
of the faet that If something was noti
done ln the matter of ranging a. pro-
gram for the grand gala day on Hep-
sember 28th, there would be "little
woial" from other Iourses.
The board asuthorised Uhalrman Mue
Athur of the entertainment commit.
tee to proceed in getting out the pro.
gram for the grand gala day, the ex-
penses to be defrayed by subsription
i heretofore.
There was oonsldoraiblo and enthu-
Sslailto diMueelon on the as1a clebrai
tIonbs of September 29, thO prompted
dalt of the oteunlion and big time,
and tmany merclantse and cltisUas wero
Spreesnt tooepreu .heir views. It wa
t11he un'4 mou, opinlo.i to hold this
gala day and offer inducements to vie.
Itors, whieh was thought could be o-.
somplished with little effort.
The eetretry was requested to In.
vift the Postal Telegraph Company to
etnabilih an otliOe in Oalaneiille.
Many eestomen are- very much di-.
atiefled with the present telegraph
servIee here,-and deolare that the pres-
e0en of another eompany will tend to
make the service better. The Postal
Telegraph Company are now operating
at Jacksonville, and the Inducements
offered by the Board of Trade will no
doubt result in the eztendonu of the
line to Galneaville.
henders the bile more fiid ard thus
helps the blood to flow; it affords
prompt relief from biliousness, Jiidi.
geltion, slick and nervous headaohhs,
and the over-indulgence in food or
drink. Iterbine aots quickly; a dole
after meals will bring the patient into
a good condition in a few days.
(i. L. Oaldwell, A. M, K. and T. It.
R Checotah, Ind. Ter., writes. April
18, 190i: "I was sick for over two
yearn with enlargement of the liver
and spleen. The doctors did me no
ood, and I had given up all holp of
being curedo when niy druggist ad.
vised me to use Herbine. It has made
me sound and well." 50o. Sold by
W. M. Johnson.
In His Micanopy-Mclitosh Meetings
He Accomplished Great Good.
toev. T'hoe. J. Noteworthy, the minis.
tervevangelist of Meridian, Miss., who
has been conducting a serite of tent
meetings at Micanopy and Mlnctosh,
has seen the results of his earnest Is.-
boWm, ad sa n o tequentie huils liappy.
Roev. Noraworthy conducted a tent
meeting for two weeks at 3licanopy,
stirring up the people of that oomma-
llty and inducing forty accessione to
the cause of Christ. The churches of
Mieanopy will be beneHted alike by
this work, sinoe the meetings were un-
denominational, anid converts were at
liberty to join any church of their pref.
The sue0oe6 of Mr. Norsworthy at Ate.
intoah was even more enooturagingl
than at Mieanopy. After a tel days'
_-eetling at that plse, the result ohow-.
d teventy-five acquisitions. The meet-
Ing closed at Mclntuoh Monday night.
Tooiday evening, at' the Mioanopy
'opera house, Mr. Noteworthy de'llver.
ed his famous lecture Op .'The Ciroduit
Rider." There was present at this
lecture a crowded house comprising
the elite of Mtoeanopy and vie ity. For
, n hour and forty minutes the speaker
kept his audience in a ,good hitumor.
Hil address was fulluof refined wit, and
containedd many good points which his
Ihearlers appreelated.
R. heumatism.


Shoe Falls, Hiwever, to Recover Het
Asheville;, N. (.. A1 st 24 .--*Ttlu
your tingetr fromit my face, you little
Jew Pninberton (deectlvo, until you can
Irow shimet," Itahlied fro mithe mouth
of Mrs, John F'rank James, the wift
of a wealthy Netw York merchant, at
Swannanoi station this morning,
where hlie' had gone to take her chhld
front her hushnlnd, PrInkrton Vletee
tive Ilvis tiiintln unknown moh.
The lWlfient unfolditd a story of *
daring klailnielK elected here Mson.
day aftirnoton with til the lremistth-
aO" of a niolodirains. The AB yiprColt
son of Mrs. James was kidntpei .while
monaentaritlY ot of his mother's s-ight
In ,Ve at ahivllle, setied from t lte
nturIe n a' carriage by his father. a
friend and a i aioed Pinkertou deto".
live, and then the party drove ripldlf
to Ahetvlle. thence to a small ral*i
Irdd station. where the mother located
them. und where. as the party was
about to take the train. nmoe the
moith'r so0l a eeinme which astonished
the vlllagers.
It was no mean kldnisplnag ffair,
1but 'no 1ianneind ly one of linkerton'd
bet deleetivea and the parties can
cerne4l are peopItle of wealth and fwm ,r
Ion, Mrs. Janitlo is well known here
and for in.till ies he' hIs been at the
Battery Park hotel. Mrht. .lames wasr
seen this aftArnoon at her apartments
at thee ho,4" )1tl. aflPr sio had return.,
ed from l hr un''rsr' fisfl pursuit ol
her boy., and while rolutnt to .speal
until nastrvil that the Kgeneral iereum
stanees wure, known, told in detail
A story of deeetldd Interest.

Nerve Tension.
A foe to health is nerve teniun,
sometimes due to hurry and worry. bit
nine times out of ten due to poor indi.
gestion,. a bad stomnaah, a torpid liver
or constipation. Three* conditions all
reaet on the mind and will keep your-
nerves on edge if you do not remove
them by using (ree.t's August Flower.
theree is no better stomseh medicine in
the world than AugRust Flower, and. no
surer cure for iiigolstion or dyspepsia,
Trial bottle, 25M. Itig bottle. T75. at
W. M.-Johnson's.
Attention. Odd Fellows.
The regular weekly meeting of Cen.
ter Lodge No. 11. 1. O. 0. F, will be
held at-,Iii' lodae roioimimiver Dtititonto
bank this evening, beginningR t 8
o'clock. There will be work in. the
first degree. A full attendance is de.
sired, and visiting brothers will be o.
corded a hearty welcome.
Cures Sciatica.
Rev.. W. L. Itlley, I,. l I)., Cubs,
New York, write; '" After fifteen days
of exiruoiatinR pailn frnm sciatic
rheupiatism, under various treatments,
I was induced to try Billard's Snow
Liniment; .the first application giving
my ret relief and the second entlrIr
ief. I can give it unqualified rei,
Somnandation." 2Ac. o(0e, 1,00. 8old
by WY, ., Johnson.

n rle I ply
lei ill,
ha Overy
'tin ni

tholfa .tn
t, the 'h t o

Thre .' t ri

Other pend

letit l.seori


,f Ohege' .iplt Pinni(l,
iateane frof Unione. :
A1iiStt 1.--.Prhasluon(t Pui*
'4eir of ,hIie stokyardi
rotmriir f Tadiasopulli

frmni the mlikor whimen h
declared. however, that ho
eemlon Let *iloipate re,

nt -Dmf t )W 'pn erreil wit
al 'hli*;. and 'thK hurrih I
s iii' t'" $l 1,: l 4f the AlA Il
nf'renc~ Ihoart. where he
)rt W\hen askstt what he
a ~t. Imt nt thren'>h the
tilIen oi t'o city isOutl oi
ef the hteh"ite' o(iraknltntl(il,
! no't pnnr, miucih hope In It,
he was not aware of auy
tIng peace effort.
--- -' .. ',,
or Heor Iieetlng Easy.
r. lMusei.. AUKguit 5 -A bil.
1 at I 0'elo~k this rnlorlnnl

meutor liar hlad a comfortable
niKhl. T1'i" trouble In his throat and
lUtl hlit> entirelyy ditsapp ted. ioe is
SU't r V i W weak, aitid does m#at show
any iet-raeee of strngth. He tis
hohlli t Ks. own"
A 'telegrati of IsynPatIy from Arch.
blhliop Ireland wasrecelvad by hRock.
wood lHoar today.

Revolution 1q Grewln bttieWI .
New Vlrk. 'Atgist ,2- 4T.e revs01!
tion in l' rutiay Is: aipproatln'ig a sie
ellivU phsae.S acoordlan to I ,Herald
dispatteb from w uesnoe Aree, The n1.
urgent leader. Iavlla hbsa tow about
18,000M me. Tit o eraameat forMe
,*Mount to about 10000. A declasie
battle l n believed to bie lmlaeot.

If the *aby I Ottting Teoth
Be sure and use thalt old sad well-
tried remedy, iers. "Winslow'S South-
in'* iyrup, for children teething It
ioothes the child, softens the sonsm,
alleys anl pain, oures wind volio and is
ho et ready for diarrhoea. Twe -
47yfive eenie a bottle,
teeumig Nieas en.
In what uar called a "toeln;g ml-
rigeg" distant objected powe an ppar
eat travsgast l f H sight
without alterutloa In bntiatth. l staat
planacle' of r p are tibh ieagitleed
Into itmente towers or tall. Jacgodl
aiusutalna, amd a ship thus reflected
from ftar out at sea iay appear to be
twelve otr fftwn IIinmee u tall as It II
Iong. Ioks naund trees are also shown
In ulbnornial shape n and positions, while
boesium .niiimnl' nien human beluig ap-
pWer It like extgIertetl allapes. lle-
fore the sendy le1110II of our Soutli
Wa'tttrln itsitieM it ri lterrltorles wero
converte'tl Int1 vretitntt fieldII. by tihe
Ingetniity tii I llreai's energy of tman
mnlrtge wvere- very conimnon in thoee re-
glKoum, tIeo lndaillns r aegirllu the phlie.
nonulvion as beiunsi le, work of evil
IelStall l.ltbehaweea Oeli(n.
A1.r,1elr.t nel't .lictwitiyAIWt the par-
Citt of the inveintici of rdenetlig lillit
house'. I uritg a mttelnt Inr n an ethe-
mntieel midty ,lt lIverpool 5ore
years ago tone tof tihe Menanlwrs Ilnd a
wctjger that he could reinl u newspaper
puraitriplt nat I tui y.airdl distance by
the Mirhtuofn tnrthl'ic r-ndtle. Tlthd he
sueeu bdl In dloin by y evering the In.
WIet of to ilrtleili uiil with l titty *sd
Stiekinn IttM 4ef hloklngi FlasM u.n It'
anil thlui etie 'luK hlila reflector tl.Jihnd
the candle. (Captain Hutchlnsonm a
dock nnanter, W wa pre'eint. and from
tu.A- ... x- ",'a

which li
house ni

115pm *111, ;:'.i t-^ i

risiry R~eh.Sl)oMssm0

s :M oi 's I '
PORT" ^ .,.., :.*".:^ '^ :'*1*1

'TIUmti itie.'i 155W IUOR RF fom
i e lvl<> the rede tting light-
lit $it )eeoi2.56 0 AI

I 60n1 1114 1 tin Im hi .nt' to he
t fro r ebrnel'tn of the cutielk.
t ei'si. .ole i. mc at nd ext vv .
n thi. l.>n'. mr.ut d.,mt l 111nir (p-:--ua, $ 4,-
Ionot th- left h ortlt,- --. --- ..
tli 10 heel block oabla k. ... A0 NDRB 1JR.N

B.3. A.r Li... R.II, Wn0,
day Au-ust,. 3 .t
er of the Age. ; .. .
ure ar quick nd perma, o SpSclaP Train lto Laav Jackiono
n lntrodueed the wSi iseii. |v|ll i1 io .
gellht thai n In *lt s ii It l .... ...
ftK~deraemNui sAVANNAH t.eketi Rod rattirole

Tifun of thmedibe il COLLUMtIA, t1ket ood nodtaeilia
ret ad kidney rmey antd yuar a on Ap ftr Se
t stbborn ea ...... .
H a "ti b J5 V" A). . ACK I.



I lkall 'a


d e over uVrsWa: I rt 4 N or a w gum

...____ rI n a or bo go A,
~M Oi T ar ~rs 0 A f D '. m *wiI o" thit l, st itr tf g'
i Th u ulAftS IApspv O ~ftor.,
;!11l P ..r 3orv!c* oree.,J., ,, Ol uu'svoJv.6. ^ s
1044i z ommoati c
% iJ fill arolt so a. l o f e, *tu= 4o .x. $ ro
o .,g .oldk-bsiShd on '~so pnti uouslb g :,
III tauJ ,-evilsTS.;T TWO
11 :11 gidtlk AI1TTORNJV E AT I ,A .

(or a |llN'l'We o:. 1 .. im n ld lli l *; ...80Ll C oIkT .N ANdEKY.. .., I I Ih'A .' I1 i
holly''iathott sold Iieaii 0%
VIe ei n t Thrn mull h i p -im..... At JAI v LsV .E 6apin l for Aali Q iit D l
h hI p i 1,1 I e 11140 le, 8 oul' U .o. Olve o i. s K Blor.. V16VV4 -go d t|0-

i^lw 4 000 np0cb lutto U ,.*rk---- --- --- 111d rBgir w at iad. ipdg li
1 stp t1 0 ,' si. l IMI as t o er l t r*A lrl to5 I MURT21, M42r
A Cash. a or a...... ..e eI v O s tterm. Aeaolit ,
V"t. tViba ,'I We ply I eit*, Wrli
"a" WOW"isU for-- =re-o a"s6 AV
"awd' a l.1 toy bimr ~ o (tNYATanAL U
( it Ol M 4 1WoI4 ' 1 1e1 U A i N k SVw i14 a A it h u s F LA

i me, tto Dti lls.e.M. * LALDIRAN, Sti gr ise 806
m .Ro.ha st W. .. tt.l '* JOHN 0 MURPHY, MIa
"WIN(tem IKEu Over Duttonoago's
li l n e a tiouto C u. wo GAITHER 4l !YA S t L ats a 'td r

J IIIIa "*r "ow l .4'""' di AMrAvFi LW.I. oA.
##so W t l l- .. W T. it o a .;

BBSIMIthbla B I' N eIo iroa dab ulloe Co ea w-- r e S d ue and 4 ein rs*
4^i-.vyt 4 1 t Jili o, inlH.O ors lci t

mire wt *Wu a andiI GarWne rQUURS A CIIR

S5 ~. W chm maiet .ak le t -lI
t* h kuew Pprtedoj t hr t. r F u t l L qu. 1--O Crlln *:rI a
StN~ bt^ it ti ,. +::, i+.A I' ..,. ........ -. I... .. Itetir limit ,,.
11,0 4 itae, githe Oqure6r to the w m U i *i 'ty o p ia

I a A S i s a, *~r i vs o er t a I . *Ix I IE'T IO ,T O P T
FN 'WINa, bv.ll a....IA

E gg, (li Tf cJto sed rtatfIh.l TickR . A o M l KS MOV P .'
JMbW ,tle1. lr tl wr e .l o j nvillp, Fla rom l d. i S I l t.. ,Oi sslid 1 ,'
B ISl ,hI* lh'euas4 10 Otto" low"l

sif i mi^ te **t*s *bs er T ToreAPuuuu J cAIL-i*.i
sa Ip .~Wite Wasin'thur Dt. Faut ored d u t. lo llinois central
fal t olll l . i l. i I UDcremeeheneinJa ckisopnvile $4.160 ... etinr i11,11"t Lt0, 1B 1It,

,I 1 i014 0 L', it, n t h r tui on shal.r Wi pe 1. i l tilAI et0 la

SeiFt. St. Louis.O
ftINIK C4' h ..A. ,.." 1 r 'le t l.h Y^h. *rld lleei. i 1
I iI Ira, t ,,,Ithe sad Con ion re s',o I i, ld t

h Ig I I 5 a.-i!.n...nd ..w... rece e p om pt .t. ..

- I .. s- tuamig O.s lmaioe lln ts nt l p...... the, c....o. Y
-t ~,te P _~LoaReksrPUonvillhe r, Fioa F a aida
Heis r r std... T re,,, um. e srcL iqorsr.a L 1nh t al

ull si eluv* i s eu i 44 ma. ketven.9Ain.-, MR ROUTE i TO Tif. l
diITii trsogTAmTdtisd W l .... ...e, X FLY R

lL- l-fi'--. I-- -S..". t.--tobiu--im- -out- 4er-- Lo ntsu l xostin
.U I uiAil i AorIdr and Wtn uIn.-
th* PA Br th^ la .i y TWO TR 1AINS te AII, s
A. hiUughmmn~aii-i-ll l icCvs oU t L. mr I'. I. ,II ,Atlal .
Ww Io; 1^^ .,. ms ow l omptu tten.t-

.. s,.E t e.1 O r & Oe r e. ,yof .t a -.. ;,, .. ...t ,

m.{lli i~l 'l'ji!l &n ( lllilr ,,l, l3 -re a* Ob]- FR D chin ot'". ',,. D.... M I LE,. : .
irst C klas Prouvision -|er Polk THRaO U nG'- SL ,EmPr CAR S
Tre!Mver-. Wi.!lreofo11 0 owNwor and l OtL mvgT8
AE'llIt ..YI I u o I r I "- ""' [.. ( vIS. 0 V'I' S o onIan IaI
,.,oi o d t plIease. C A... .i r ll .. . .... .
.UIIftA..u. I i Jl.......UU-R, IIL.. L_ ri"i i R 4lU ... Fortd 'a 1d

'W T lRINI % 111114 L11e11u #1Tiketr1904.
1Us Sup. m. Coluson .-MFar i r eoei:nt' ... ... ..,

As he@, ~. .A.W el. endeil.-'tise 3.snr t b~ledoay++:m1 t.A++.ta.'. ; .. '

I Tic .T SUN on. P S D
-. 01d W E I 'll l O ire OI1an gl e.i ni l ;itric ; ...... ...
I. Eunby, Hil lsboro,
AIN SV E A. hilFdA T gre ..iuall Dit4riot- 1., ], to o ler .. .Bilran BhIII
.. _.. t Alle1 0 W. by
OP l *L JJ r .

THt DATIY SUN: t k*AN 'iUi il PA, AUU$t l' N, 1 90
--*-"" -'- --'

h. Iimu t t w .eas 4' lwI, or I asalaMrEN dot. isverakt to v j ,lif ,mt ,J t l i e U II I : ,V I L I rI s4I
j aw n ve the no-w ln r L a t"u lobgru
fiile i 8 11 ialiyi"l RibiO5
'ii ulpo t ola it vliw:...

,' I 1d ri h e1a'.

lIe, dcc. t'" l,... tanu.awhe ,,haul-,lve' hI sl eI nu. Hf sYl "'1' t L o Wbno^ i Ir
e tom'l m(ortl t ANl. t''to UP Af1 Bt ?
11s'ir er h4i 1 o,.r hletatiad. Miln ofr hut ItJpit or 'rgp N Ispi a

I Wright Itn i.ateii. iitiators of
aO U141111 0 ti*. t '"011e 0t ll.
pist olJii'tis of O"t'IIititttit 1to it rich
11i vol. W 1ii s l luoe, whllh: lit
4011 tluel0 !II lt Io 'IoluIti forth :luit
(reatd 0il thlh tihlen 1i sllght of his
alipti. Aftti'rwnl, to sexlitill tlle pliltil
t0 more adratitiigi. tIh. lalli wle luaifdo
with l fIrent arlles muiildi lIe rtrunlungetd Itl
roitW, e1 uttlMtu K ulllier. It wai tiltol
in Frolinh, or Ainlfl|-aStHil'aii. In ir".-
Puif, ieatip I' on It the different nrilelis
Wsr' t"lleM'd. ear IarrLiaetl.'
It is tlh s to l il itlr lr t
The tpWte r iplate0" It> 41 lre etr
Caught andl lfrtctql Ihe flnie. as hie tells
o' f armies theu Ui'thitlio,
Tbi Pvesoeam by WUhelei Mwreusry Is
saetmwietid riep clstu.i eWr.
The ehilff. ia'ouiliV of ute rcuery l It i
atlle u ti1>,11, hla411r, The un>Mt
mplarrtalit 1111ii10,'4 if llit wiil rle li II. Kai.
roaps nr tho"lo of Alaiinden. its Hiaiil,
nId lirln, i. I lIivrih; I' ita ren', tiaaa
of New All.iatl', initmaerief, 'I.
The sivtry li;tue It 6aiiahlt10l hy
mreslitg tlhi il',raowl H Ui>itl .lly ollstrllet-
d opin> furtl,4ate, whorea. lby thne ae-
tion of taotaopi>lir|t aIr mllouw. llu-e tail.
plur 0i c?)llvertatl 1tiltO iillaphurlila s lahl
siad pas t. on with lime volutllized
efarlry *"r vsttKilvuii4- .The", Itre
usually m nantnry ie.r with wie-
ter oOhl pel|ia, fle trout wllilal' Ilef futiu
pas in tuliaroeai Piilrti rlieivvrit |,IIos
and finally through otteire of weawl
nud glia..
'M(ot of lthe ylelhl ta Ihliuld Mereury,.
combined t with noi(t, whlili i raeinovttil
by .saLgiuti l tile lul tur' Iul rttu'ptl icles
of Sasrltorate| Iroua. whilen IIi,' alinrtry
falls tirolKgh. The <>kilhk.ilve'r Is tIiIIIth
ly urllitirel lay etriailnliag through dellse
liiel tiil Is It lh 3lr II hi leother hngs oar wr)naghlt loian
bottle fittest wilith ctrew pialse. eathi
oldlli tiutalit velty+Iv u poUtild

Wtetrs Are everall Flaosolible The.
orl.. n* I ll, UIorioll.
The worhl "'I otu" Is oanit toy Dr. Ogit-
vie Io li derivel front IUgabuse. the
naitl of nt not)rltniietos nnirtlein wldlor
who almut the year l:i h wmtern atid seouthffwestern states with
counterfeit bills. siuntii mortgage<; asld
such like. Others et with Iogl.t" w a.nrve.roW or golhIiu,
ansi o applied to anlythalla fictitiolls or
Lowell In the "IUgilgw I1'aeIws" says,
"I more than sumi)Met the( word to be
a corruption of the French bamiaslta."
This bgasso wan the silgir canne nts
dtlvercd In its dry. crtnalied tato from
the Until. called also cane trash, and tit
soly for burning. blarii thrus synony-
Moun wIth Us'le'hm rubbish.
Again, cunrd lg teo lir'wer, therq it
In Fru t
word, ibo.ue, which slaiiUte the rlhdtot
i gxewiu lchsptsillt or the cams of a
Watch and thias niak brings us la tihe
'iles jf an outwanrdl "emilngi without
ainy .laolti alnd rIutlntle fotndation.-.
Pearson'. Val}',y.

Mids uutiner diy, or Mt. Joul the itap-
tit'Is sa&y. 1 t festi'vltl" of tinhell Inmpr-
temc amongg tliheltmiur Itaeoant girls
la east Prussita. OIn t his day Ihey 'echll
nixke a wreath, nlld eati.h I tu11rn rI
10 throw her wreutalh so o to) Ihali It
OtI tfrult tree. A girl tIunt ke ) oul
throwing until hol' wreiull iStly In thl
-thi mutttt- of atteullp)tM
i Puploled t indicate the iuttiber of
ytsrs l he will lave. t to Waith t nsr-
11qed Wlhenttleihe girls re thitu eIKigagel.
the' Ioning e'n 4f the Ii villanwt stand
Sound cphbiming thelst ) when they nilts.
The girl who linlo her wrethti at the
rIt ahltellpt 'n vlh maeintly na piadeI'd,
The Uiasure nre Poles. who llve In thnt
pirt of mrusirta wls w wl n as tonte, imrt
tI PIolga.

A (gond I ule o LIIe..
A man ,sti-t uiioral t4 titve an ,n.
* IBy, teeti i leuitblte attertny.. The
leabby tfello whe I lornia your oIe
tay 7 Tay ta niowaer in the anannu-
l ty "~aet year. 'tbereftr n speak to
hut3 glontly. miend hlue awlay with a
tiIle. Neipr (itifet e conttenptuous
tnuhr. That Is the way of t'e tool.
Ia the da$y f tamnlil things plan path'nt.
n f ow tlieday of kreat things. A polite

iiti~ath tui tytntat e ort Ma


* =m ianr
W^ w B wlwB ,

'For Bale by Johnon Broc., G nev .lle

Florida East Coast Ry.


In Effect June 4,1904.

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* JAg. 1. O. aRAW..... 030. Q.



Capital. ..... ..


Surplus and Undivided l,
r * v1 i~ 1 : + '* +,;-*'' : c

Dos at it ~elra~

u.*S. E0w*

SOUTh f D ilasQAls.RU
If ~ighh euise1 pil ul; paid M B10h
Arr*H *


TF arn s ST D l . .

iY...,.....imrrp..........Ar 1 5 1 4 v i < nei Ar i
Stav.... p .. 013 J '

I p t' Day 3 4 0 Rtl.ybmi l7 iJ

a5'il> Ar.Mapoc T t b., I Ju Irip. 19Y 1e :1
T Tim bles s t. 'he at lah htai ma be '.x

rK (%9*(t MWcvr art the a in ateoi tlino mtmamptid,
e t lt.le e Iay 4aydelay or any e.on.quue arisngl the.r

V*w Omw elm ZOOAXgu 1m CARD Oe Otler Ianfrmitle
). -. LAZW & Am-. G.. ..Pum. Agg . UT. AVU.V.t., LL.

The Florida

Fruit&nd Truck Grower

L. J. BRUMBI, dMiter ad (Prop'r,

Syear ............. *1.00
ImSle eeplt .. .0. O10

A handsomelyr ilhtutrted mnRiagas
devoted ompeoially to the Intreptt of
the fruit and vegetable growers of
A special trial eub orilttion of seli
month. will be sent on receipt Of 36
benta. Stamp taken.

SBo aghttSoId lenlts

mo m.f t. y

414an10 Ore. orld In a1C y

aird Hardwa0re Co.
J vZL P 'k


E. A. WIIL & v00., ,
of All D* 10rip litB

Sole Agents for MONARCH And NO*ll
BIIN qUALITY Shoe.. v ery
pair warrasteld.

J. mallln i.



SJa<,ksonvpile. JFlorld, .

J46. Everard's CInada Malt

As good as aIy and better than iosti
Beer. Madeof tlops sad Malt
n, Nd IOT RICE,.
V,* 0 "-- -
... .. m s
..B..t1 S

-: tthhr tiaromtagAteta tafattasesga owi am:raror 8 h r ', . * 1 e 1 m m 1 .1 ; .. ,,, v ;
rkh route*
Only linm rom Florlda with U1o n srils Ilte Sti le. 3,wa
Janalkonvlle. Th1rought'aleephsi c ey "
stop-ovem. Ubl#y it pUteraM at pialtl M
*ea'rollawend iPsR Teaea n s. Mo -sta ae i i r Asi.
of WortiW lt' ril a s*aod *t aM fV eSUU 'tm:swls
thrower h tau BapMre Coatl i loI bur r. hi mI'
suel1* vsIa3luable 1aloa'sMaOh .h s4

Gainesvllle & Gulf RsIl Way O


Z{ Daly 1 lly.:
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44 ........,...
.: 6.4

...1 '.. .
4* 40 .... ...... ..... .. W..
7 S a .. ,. ... .. .. |... l '

11 640 70- 0.
i .w 4s t ..... .... .

0 ..... .1 8 t p .i,
"40 U .1 0 l1 74
7.... I ..L.
i" ... V ? .


14* i

*o 4

s .o *.


n .
iii l N

. 14

pp !! - Tf 1-

II II . .... I inlme 1

fin'l ul-

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.... +

) $(he pp pof thgus,

-.r. #osIpal
plo'0 i vi it -0ow el*
t* '0 1 Ota of ul e*

t 941* 04l14 f 1. W ertaellu

b KIO 0M ternil Nhea ibsh

sh4* a gs ilkleb
his 01i 44,00 "a ofsI.t
-tRfRl~iM''l 9B v isi -. *Se st9na

*W|ilil*itl* WhlWgh fried WU d NA

dt ppe~tsa top reep d fla
Prhii'ef i^''1^' 5 *oIsU, 'ph e ye

*bt **bw W(o Sl oat a-pa. aturd

ito or' Ui- day' *ocflBerneul t hkbs
MM).C wfth *sf ssfc. SI*,iI reumell
its Plans) *ie ib~hn sbu' ouse l felt
sIlk a desree$ aaqmfpu'#.1 ** '

". ,,
' 45,1

R ~5 ~vI"p I
~ ~sbShAeet klshe.1
m~u dsatsrsei ie5lerdsz

I 5 1 ,t1l

lAbia pew d~e 5,
*,~ea~,Jt#se 5, lP~,
~' 5~ Mas*

* shmeJt syosB
to havI hesa WI..
is. bog g. O ofp
4940 Il$#le4-IF
0* n 4teboair

tr (.ftnvla of

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*~r5hi%~ hs~1J
I~W' WS44etlfoA~
rad. AnasbI Ike I


iks. ri .

06 ... w ei .1. 'e"4" ,f
il ..... .,. dl,^..

JOr 'i y ... a f i10
I0 kJhe srb41dtW'ta, ip
who bhA loa, e tow( de.leto or 1,he
perpien of plumbing load orn the So.
hT RI Is a i th o ,wof thioe ft*.I

1001044Im HlOGe X I., c. Grilu'l.ov
Is", oBmer rmo trtdknd doNrS n ow
Th oed ble of beh lsnesvWille tor.

sMt B4ao Ie ps teRd an ofthe orth
*Idq of sby squire laict I was $*.

5d*d b 4 auHd Crwd. sad W blh.
t imel. l T in aid usdlo the lse'mhe.p
of Prof.. INan il 4 proving aesedily.

IAmosi he e vilhe iopr o p alnrt f t
icblk, foruser Staie Ire rr. sad sow
Isa d Tt Oomnpsny, one of the solid.
set gwanslel iusiludoie in thl State.
pr. Orlil was cnsiderably Inerestele
i Ike U of tha e property of the Er*
i0ola lumlbor Coampany, whIth
brouag h inm here.
Tbh regular htilorical meeting of
|Arby .mlsh Ohept, United Dauah,
Ie 9f she Qoatudersy, lihek was
l rhe ,hom. of Whe prMident,
Mleo a. WaCM 4 el4 ratl .ii| nbud ,e,
ia, Dambbrhlp whith "ttlndRd
Sre w1r7 well nwrlrtn4IR The
,w ervthd ritesohmtst of tmh oest
h4elte kinld 4orlug the Sft wrlio
Whisk i. ndwI lo sd w0eil* hihi
,eS 5 Ee,1

Te GaInesvfille

askets and .tCOkoil

.. .. I I-


50- II
++i;,:*,,,r m-* HI*m


N1, rW(

Otalnq vllle, ',: i

I 10 PAVI it

E.% ATI tO5 4A .eui It no 0vrrI rI
i...W0 tt>mjr i O Jii(od
UI o r. w .IU4 u, i S>rJrI
A to
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