Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
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 ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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.
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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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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to:;~~~~~~~~Tnc ti.. tiI.2g '~ -'''- 'i.'~n~ ~ he teoti ln *z.% of The proposed cunsulidation to the
'114 So h S' o. lad Thitotnas Wtood. jkli general ttopic of conversations amoag
4,'.. f A 1: P AF IC I' A. It; al nvi I u Irr 4)%er thE'. railNoad offia'ja from (7lucina UL to
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41.t l'*' a' E' T~jni'"iii m~i (Iii- M rlaa. .ali been1 P1J'41e and thes
t~r~ I* *.:. .. ~ ~ *r 2. 'I Ir~'iia'-.. t and ('rc-cent route has at l&as

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SqWsrkmIsTre ~c~ ~e. ~ L ASa Sv Always Bought
Ma AiM Tim Plises, and Was RrPRvf-rR,%TOrR .. \.~Pt
qgg 4 pg Iey in1jwred-Nowi '" r 117
aeotsriem. i I :t ev' .41~
@" of taling between fdiern' 4 4 t-71:!%eki ..alitye~ W V A J~ easL
ritTw. were beil1A m5iwhouS..:h 4.1 pi'rt" r.i t
JW the Tyler Lember Corn-:kf taur
~s m alyn a GreeL.1 Tul.o ODORLESS 9,pr=
on w"s horribly nos e. o. asc -Il Vi "tp 11o =14
ad ww 1is A the National' oe"~s a t~%t Mi i o'.O
Mov sualdo Is th" city evE il;= 0oeg k A -N-A. (CMOqIC.M
m swims Imos ft Menk to 0"600NACO1
1 b -9mu th. mot per- Pe s eia

SW"h about foty others, '~ =01 a5 eft rft&eCra~l'r '- ., jI
a 49tdo Tyler Luwber 4WLOW go* ?"t &OGt 1
TS Kaweast MAXWvAI& uaa.Cbsa m r U.'no.i!"'
V"W dilug 00 Sat cars. ~ 5 ~~
I ft his b alla nce and fell be S r is .. ''. :.* "! it; i~t Elf 'I
40 aws .,f teby .: ~ A-xflt; a. U
.0 bof ~e the train could be !ht 1, Ape-. "M f
Ti -,.,it apn was lboxtI : Iasa os i ~ For Over
Moejs 4Rni~ wed The py i-az.- 'a' fi. It:. vatv &a&h 5Noet
Ab*sws 9"t 946 1#" lg wa: Com7 paXXZi r UPU TSA OE
n Wase pb.cai. Lbis left arm SLHRBTSA OE h r y Y a
'~pinssm, besim" susDlig! IP2LOXXO 7hlsabot the body, with __________________They HemI the Skim anTke Awa
U~thellbesa bInured In- Its-- Impurities

M ee ep is now Un. Was Hospitably Received by Mate I I ~ t awr.oi g iixcoopu g.C A S T O R IA
Ofuiulse ata Talaasee taow to- nd ou don't have to go off to a "a sense"~ iiiel ai r
11111- t Iof LIT ilude"9. He viiaya aihise igh-p'ric.'d re- ort to got them. Put I _______________________________w e understand a word Deputy Clerk M. S. Cheves of Clerk ia few ali)tlofiils of flaucock' Liquid 60 Inerpreters are con- of the Cowrt S. Ht. Wiengeat Off ice- Stillpbur Iti the hot wati-r, and you I
dmf hom to imak. his wants has returned from Tallahassee, where get a p..rfecrt Sullphur bath right ill!!--- ---- --- ---
be went a few days ago on off icial %our own homne. Z T B S f 89
3110f US 6m th 6Ma the man In business. Apply Hancock's liquid Sulphur to
aW .wisms semifion but with Thin waq M1r. Cheves' first visit to the affected juan-a,. and lEczerna and
an k M be Possible to the State capital. and h was well oIther stubborn skin trflUhleA arP
SN.pleased with the city anid those viti- quickly cured. Dr. R. H. Thornia fo weas and officials whom he met. de- Valdoseta. Ga., was cured of a painful! A SNO ua ISAPE. claring that hes was never more opi- .4ki trouble., and he praisaes It in the;I
tably entelrtained in1 hisl life. ep"ecial- highest ternis. Your dIrugglist s-~lat! .W ef Pe~y Came Plear 1 Y by the State officials and their liialS~jhi itri~i
a Ilmde" Doom forces. farw;- .fudSlhr0nriy!IE
4~M r. Chives called at the office of la th.' b*-t clire for Sore4. Pimiple-t.
4 a valusd employe of Comptroller Crmwt. Superintendent 11larkhepM-a widt all Inflammiationi
PhOMin a" Coffin of Schools Holloway and4 3tte Au- Gip, a !j~f iIvt skin.A 1 [EJLR
"M 80. "Wse d010he door ditor Knott and appreciated being
bhe 1M "W 111106l""" shown the systems of cleuical work Met at Asheville. N. C._3 M411a Wlso tWa he I the respective oglie". A-qt v;?!. N. V.(' v 1.-?! S e 1131 8~.O C1D ottoz3.
on m bowm after It o-- JOTTING* FROM JUDSON. plv'a nril-aion:,ry nm*1vev.#nt began i1-_________am UN P u tm triked- reru!ar work hvre Saturday. The i e
me. boo a egmui Judson, July .-The drouth are three hundred doern.'ate'; frnn .a
)b4Ib EM1a6MM been broken and we are having niumter of southen stts pr"a.-nt+ At anDoeiezeae
*6WOW OwUS m n "1100 adance of rain now. The finz-iert a pro-litnigary i-ervier' hcld Fri a.1 Uo55* *5.ebret3s sfarmers s adOuM oebers
S ~.mobie, ~reessan wishing for the rain to atoll. presided over by Rev. H. F. Vr tivU6 ft5Y~i~ SFrOi.4 tsUumes to smkin eo.~eio.oa= all
hedine lmchin They think It will cause their cottllamo ahilTn. dtro Ubeoassb ie~a,
II ild1110a"o to697 411 ndAk 1h6d its & fri. The the Missionary, iin address waii made


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Large Crow.' Att-!ndd Cup 01ru, 13 TIVE IDEAL SUNNIER DIUNN
Air Concert Monday Iv.;.ang. Limb Peeled and foot Was L,-,,,e When the genuine is bottled you get an

Raw Flesh-Had to Use Crtjtch .s, t ideal drink of Coca-Cola. superior to
THE BAND IS A FINE ONE I.: 411.1k fit.r,. lot ill'! A at an)- futintain. so Juit exand Doctors Thought Aniputatic that sei*%,#Necessar Montreal Wornan L+tj I actly the Proper amount of the Cocafifillincither Public Con,:ert Will be Given Wr:ltes olCure Sew Years Ab-af. lit % C P. .1 I,\ It CoW t lie j)rioDe!!__...
charge is um nate (he %% ei.
This Morning. When Carr.ages Will A to carLif, -ai7
7.,1. 11,' l1rmikt-f- %%,I- if, tilt, f sparkle, flavifir and purity is all there. because
be In Waiting to Take Public to Col- only the purest dist illed water 6 used with the
'111ij t11,04 Tliv S111, if. atrct, 1q; irenuine bottles. K
ilege Park-Pirtsents Given Away. BELIEVES LIFE SAVED lit, ri-iort. Coca-Cola in steriliz"I bottles. K
it alwa s in gur ref rigerator. and drink
Through Ulf- court,- of tLe BY CUTICURA REMEDIES !,'$I! \%:th tfit. rt -t:it I I I., the"bott article % wherever you go
soli(lated Really ttid Im proloo,,,nit-lit V1,4111- lot I lf too, 1,
Company, which couiliany has tilt, V.ti%"- .%"ikr,,. f, r off, Ia I ca... of I I I.L I': a -,., I I:' A, Jackstsevills COCA-Cola Beftfing C" Pany
standing of tht. jiut-flim,. sait. (or uit. ft7-o,moA r" MY Wg* T "I" "Ift*" 1"'t. I Vlob:.f 'I :t '. I I Ill 4*. -, j JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
jut of the 4,011ii.p. V & rk C 11 it faflf4l t(.) ot I- it. I A 41.. -.4i ;if Ila
1. .4 -, I or Iiii-i all- I oil tI;1
,which olloill begin illdo*. If.. vi-0-41 lilt, tit hsv" "IV 11; to Iloilo. NI I,- Fl.,
ltv (lit off. ljl l I
of Gainesille uniu, t -i a fillo, IIII1:-jf "I wll a on'llot-tt'llt It it I
I moijid tr.% thie F,%L AV to4le Aff,%, AV %,w 1%6 Ar %64P qk or jr W Ar% Wk.0q%
-urn 114111"lli udiI4 1%,li-I 1,411-10 :11, (,:t Nith It-of 'Ill .
tit-at Monday volviiiiili.; ti,,m tl,,#- liwai,4 Clihot pall
atmid Itoo, the Fir -idit tirt. Hit -aid. I ry
t Vim Ilwill if p 11
Aj:,wj tif J a u k -.4oi I to 1: 1, 1 it', lit It thifflo, W. .1 0
I., It 4;4 will (I,) all%
olias a lar :- I 1-(,%% 11 till 1- A t llij tifil.. viv 4' If Y o u A re In s u re d .. 0
Vow it lo tallfjillg Ihoo- ilw 1II-!It 1% 1 Noo&, Iwoowi4A frorotill III*- ktif'4-. ft!', f I I of,
I a pi(owtv (of rili alto .1 4 Ila- ro turi -1 0
a w j 1. ",glkt ; I 1!I t 1, It I L:, \N lit !-I. I it, S-I I
to. folitilik fin criactiv-. I I It
that. Ill ti.. tillom-lick. ill 44 ( oiticura 1*)ap, a 1-1 -f Ill 1, 1;, r u -joillicto-d ;t Mr. it
o-o-als. tflo-y vkol"Il, to#- (Piro ine-not. anti a bottle- of (,.I :.,a llll t 0 %%ltl. 1.164-taill.) Ul Foul ou) L ta t ratio i the Cumpagj
tot) stand till-oil &:It tilt, Ilili Aft--r ithe fir"t two. troo-atnio rt,4 It-r I, too ti.: .1.
tilt- -oxt-llirag went 6-wrt anti in .% ) flv a. 1. t -11( --d. i w W- mi l 0
cri-od A :I, lit Rfitiminat, :o-4 litm. ni-ftilh iny If% loias 1 41 an"' 1"" 11--w ill -Ionioitip: it Eoiir*-ler aivi till- -if -.if( It f-kin came on. The (I.clo-r could ii-ot :0 4
hi.; town when ht- sa%% tl-at
to driole awa "that Civil to,- luju 4 ioltirs had ctiril-d inite and -ald that to lot. it I'llt ('111 ti'l'. Y O U A re A s ti, u re d 0
mt Cit.
w hifill fright ll:ko- lit- w4itild ii-te- it foor lit,, town ijat,-tat 4
urler difflo-ro-io I tj #.d two of-ake.. folf I uticurn -%.;if), Ftilirth llu 4mr romid i i ill I if k- 0 I-.&t :.o oerivio io-s vaiij iost-rcome, jou Without Irt, have &oM* 4
tirov twfozof- (4 o isitiltie-rit. and fitw-- 1. t. o%#.I. tilt- Sf:;jlloo-:ird I.-r itogto.
Tlli,4 ljoild i., (flit. it: 11". 1)-1 fl.o. II#_ tot Rew)jvvyit, ana I have notilI. let -n
ctirt-d f-vor m,%-n youn.. and Illit f,,r ximill ",'III Illv tf- Ticket- ()It
Sou I L 'I'Lvir wiffili f- I.. to,, a higI, tit#- ( ottictira Rvrnoldw- I lifitizilt havo'. it (;a 0 0
lit ;I v ;i!,r1#-i- %A I,!ch If-.# 111V life. I Ila%-,. I.-t- (.1 lZrallilI Chilfir-ol-n. ¬ thoi-ol- art- frIo-w ile-rif ii-i-irs % illoo, 11, ;4 Ii T h.
f: (fluld w it h4-11; lim 4.1tio-11 to, I I .)lilt owt, it i, dtwill l!--da il, ;0 A
!)f 0iticura. and I allowa%- [111-e. Life., Ac 111eut ab" 1! iadlb lo r a m '0
th., dillit-4t 4)111 alA 111.0 lie the many 1-op 11116,1114)"1 tit.%.
votaoi.trt %%;I, ipprt-of iot-! Mri. -I--&n-RaI1ti-I;- Rettaud. rlurV I%. :wl I N I E W ell, of, r I 'I to- 11,0111 PA 11 1- fle ji reits. 11 toted.
Sale Begins Today. ant. 277. Mo-ritanalSt.. W-14treal. (4'bt Nlll;;(.iill for Waldo, owIwhI)-- -Ili; Ma-t. I.
Feb. 21j, I1Kj7.- 0
Till,- !-,do- (I,' C,)!;ce, I 'a rk lift Ila- colifil't (I it tht- ()Ili' .0 A6 to
,toollit'll. will I:i:.t !ill' tl;*I., flo- \%Ill U*vIlmo, .' .4mitaritim ill this It.%, II)rl% A is 1 C V S III N -1 ela 19
h 1 -4 Illorlill L: aloollt if SLEEP FOR BAN ES tilt, l.a-t !,-Piwifiot t I. t-t o-On I -y furij 9.1-ow-oll
11114iid \% ill lie- g r -t!:ii-I
O'Clock. ;\I ti.t- lo;,tiil -Aill Li%.- Rest for Mothers. it Ili# '0
a loulo-lic coov(--rt till tit iorth fit' Instant rehil-111' and refretihing %I-vp f or if"I"01.1ilatioll that 0.0 1,! : 4*.):1",;
JV 'iffill. AP V&.111111F qkO'% 111111ir q% AV ML W q% 0 'Ift, W q& .0 '11111k P vni, square,, aftor %-hl( If carriages will skin itwiturvoil Itialoteri. and re.-I ftq tirt-ol tioll I., C(111.Nidi ral 1: vd, ai.i: A
tp-tto-d m(ptifloomrs. in warni lifat'- v. I
)It- it, iiiaitillk: to 11:4.- thl)- owitill I q'' If 1, ti" Il'if.4 are L4. %olill lit. n .
Cutivura Nbal, anti itri-litle all, :1 (1 .- I l-.:-'j'jjt.e. !ft, OROAN. W. We HAJOPIVE,
%(I tl,,. too tilt. Oilh-got. 11-irk with utilicura (JOinlint-rif ow gnia ,Kin ottliocroij ;it af.,%% da ,
2-Itt. 4,jilli"It'. flit- I F*1111.i. cum and purvflit uf enit,11it-fille.. Eriii, t llali jasil-rit-tir (it th
Voiltlo-tirs 1"titleW& 01notmert 1'4, 1,
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&41 X41ittl I Im Cuot'ifirs NJUL. ub :411111 0- tilt- :Ittf-litl(oll fit t"... 111111: q
A !,tm l It to cifock 11 I,. ill lf- ni(,ro- I., I I, ow I, -A T ld rp--ort i, lot tl.o(w Ilw Cfill,-,. 1'.1-k life 411,1 1)1,1#-,t and 1114),t oollidt;% kul)Vol, "NU R A N C E
31111Z %oollit'll 11,q)TO lif-ko t Ill!- I lit- Lil Iiiie-l(wr- fit ittiv S t La % In g
Piiolip Jcll-nson. Charged Witt, Selling lliai.% t.,jr?. ;If:,) P.jkrEk B1 OCK GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
T lp. lit- I I. \%ill. ill'( ill \IV his,%ey. V% ill H .ve T riai. A -1, !1 14 it-, 4 till,. Ili .-I] 'A Ijl
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Ill 0-4- o4loo-st ArA boo
411;1 it F;i re. Life anti Accident 0,11"Immm.
lofl: 1'.11' o-\o.t*.% 1,1!1.
County School Board. r.,# -1 tI1#.II I
(it th f., t ff 1,1-1 fill, 11.41!-Ilitig
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Attention. Gainesvhe Guards.
ful% r7i I r.77" r""q"f1l

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asqk:v.fny- ro4 ne thir iloin In ;.-rei. hi- TI1, *'j hi4 i 5 Ii. fit ALt MWidlm Art
an mornL sail wiN be aaOs
lblf to r my Mirth Unitedi their dtI-poesit-n anid Plur.iss-1 ftnd-z .rt.- 15.i. e I. *,I tia tw. 311,C. 3.4,I11i,il SdwCkCa.Am. an"gi
# a"&ya-sadvse. -carco,- aW- ). Ili fact. the. L.:si-(n.- i ''I (.11114 ill,? abo~d W On ia4aisw I= "twhc
,i tit-_ h W este-rn kuill M iddle Stat.- ar 0 -:,ron.. t 9.. ti l thitt lioi c li tt 11~ Was, hw m Ists W Rll d"
bee ~ ~~ liO dew Alipt too Ion het Ia tit0 b~l I
voo othSmi, erwise lon( up to the limit *!,itt 1 ifrti oll Ion t he crFop 114111 A I 39vxa Um e bil"Ifil
Ilia a" skisaus 10 ill the 4. % et of higher littl. A 01,t i: i't !i ..nit t. .1 I:t rieb.. Ithough riot s emim It fa a suninr of
-ag fo adv tals is later Ii the year ill Ytirl largely lw.rha,'- it lie might is:. e 16 i in 1 dgblmM I
1118 DAIL II wig"etaU m able to a a 9110111
IL W. there % ould be but litto' ('h. fir ~ ilf. lV~ ilit th it,- t.!oss ne clainit-d that d 40 1" for ~i th mos~
Weeitfl nioney flowing th.'.. WIl ':!-re wa- rif icim Insus!w against Ili") 3 3 Z S 25.5 1
mM I he hinf~l histhe erops to-gin to nio. P. -4~ hich %% ill till...9~o tho- iniformiatioin if h. oL RD S O i *1l o
SM a ft e plntifl ths!Io"i ha ppen ;n the ciot tirii anti w iitinr tt .1i thiiat (-ttSe(JtleTltVll)yD S k W LI I E TC
S f j iiI b o v e b e ns I W O M I & A
~'thm ay, be n dis wheat rfiifin. the demandiii for Wolo~ 15 ri su had hte n u~'mssniitled. It wa-t a
w e a.Bem. Harra. o by the rottoin and %ho-Alt bsser'. 'A' ltiifd- .ltt.--inpt to f-vade both justice
s~t. lhvriU~a. begin aiid ninst be ;Irov~idfeit fur ad! a:' di o-qiity ,ind hade the e-ourt liiteneiid
E Kutsy i y h et neither the Southern or Wou,-t "r if it. mouih I ha t- sio-rved to poit all"L A
49 RlUlsh 'a tebruhe bank. tkor the New York I-astsk,.. 01 al! ;-r'nii ~n ulisahone-sty in tht M.-OE NO
of0 SitIDb rostwoulId meem to be Ins a coitillto~~ I 'in5 sf r ~ ice.
1w 10 d No~ fth Iwemio stand that otraitit on their r~'owire-. I
1Wl PNS~dent. If the cropis Phould provp to tw light. ostkro h
the Increased picie will demand abiont den-'. -.;t %'al iluirfl-i atif! Ilutians opoffer the same amount of cash to t~Ake care' all. t-'#r attaine-d that office; iad ToIW '~nAV J
IS 90 81111ii tR00 of them an If heavy crops prevailed thot-e I no mlo r- compjarative fasilsures
01"illl Ibis Pas5Uo and the price was less. after t hu.y tittained It. Clayv. Webster. The dG IXbIW E xp1iionl
IWil11"ITherfe is also the probability that('bru. at.Duao.S-wr
some wholesale and country mer- C'hase,' Itlant'. and Sherman were all NO ___ 111111 SIGw- chants will require to borrow of the unable to reiseb thelkoai of their ani-.. .Va..
SA WO what ouldbanks, or seek extension of time on hition. Under t system of party
60 tri d U "ta their accounts. because of the u0. gotoernin.-nt av.ailability it; the '.olv
06IN it Of 111 sosesonable weather hindering the' or- test of strength; an t itan happens
_____________dinary purchatles of uieastonabie gtoods. that a few t~rilliant men are av-ailah!.-. 1h
which would make a further drain on Such mnen always make- poowoer~sl Th Ata ti oa t Li e Ra l a
SWOM WM ft ft DumO son is in full force.___WM a19 veN. Thw It would selem, therefore, to be b-alrllyth
Io am d u diain talWk- wisdom on the part of ordinary peo- Rio.l'~t *lititn. itb men Gravfl.s People all over Florida: :Ie Ilhe Aflaiic Cow-t Line
IL U ple, planters, farmers and otherfi. to tinPel ~li'l t m-nt aIvt .'e. pi ohna .'6S -Pujoe Folder"' for schedules to the J; niew-tolwn Extrokeep out of debt and be ca'stlous I,# 1;a- aaol 4:11hilli~n T odiytan ec a ihtmih Pi
US 1111i 11111 S IsP th: about purchases until goodl cropsm are fluric.' I ', r otirg~a ;oiut (- ..4 au n; is-: Msi'~n Tw Buafet W ein a.y w t i t r4'g
*Be 3i~ U'~. assured and until the money markAA4 flvein DernriaA ;wsitha as P r."-mauBufet$lepig C
M beWa ti are restored to their normal sth liah'e L(rssocrI.V1awti rid-s
SI 4. After S11 the for It may tdfficul to'~ socur ten'lo. .' season sixt r lays. and fiftet-n dav-4..imit excur,-ion
WU~ ft IM 969" ~rs rary aess imodations to meet preot*- ~ tickets on r-ale aily from April I isth to Novernbt-r 3s.1th
tug bills, especially It the crop'l d# A) at low rti
6"f 06 h@a gon ntI ot heet expetatiems In quantity and CP U D IN E rt
Uo bt shs no~t wa il U E priceef Ull afolta's9 Coach excursions at very low rate.
he .Mge wat Prosperity based an tariff prcvtetioss r e,5ieeg behooaeA
Pea dd"i Obe 4" W" Is precarious; It, makfas joinc.'s and tie IIU ~ Ir For further information see your no'-arest railroad
ur i U~d~ paupers,-commercial princes (of the "d X__ GAM %. -414 agn r rt
~ lmaglnates and pauper* of thfir.. ..i i.. to ze Ids ("rl.J gn rWL4
with Incomes that do no., rlF'spx.uad to
906 be n Oubna trust high prices. Experit-nce hos F RN .BYSO
0@0W 00 k dis Is us that such Republican prosper"itiW= EV V
lw in r YW, aa alwa. brke down o it-o_

THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLF9 FLORIPAq 111011,1jy onsip 1907
Litt- IC !1- '1..' 0 k
1!.l c.-Tv CfIrt:t:"i- tits 11,KV1 Pfjj&OU
W,11 r ake
Normal Literary Society I wr)tll(t M.
tilt y (-,,.in,,t fr.irc t1it.. vile (Ewifird
Hold Frst Meeting FrAa-. cabt and (,,rr':j, 111, Nito fit, I r' a f Or
'm _. (- r ni.i-,k the disv m
and c, a:I thi- ingn-oLerli 1,-(jti,4 svinjotk
hi, tow, 14:y
A Fi N E PROGRAM ARRANGED c.-lebra -A! niach I
k, 14 n -.I list re. 0 r% 1!A jj:itit-riv; into -III ;e
Lis full n ;I, e. 7 1, 1,(. hai rvLl tills, .111d W11
it Is of B:t" i:,il and Literar/ zufj
-4 001 j c 11PIL"I .4 frip.-a am -firtir. !wcrt-t 1. 4% bit Ollie .4
rill. I r of III-." *!,-I n,-rit... niade Tlvvtvtl, While
-irid is 8curol to interest
N aft..,e- til- Ill 1,
TO-i,;se Wio HeirCoraai IFIV10- : -, t g" I'' it %v 1 11 lint (10 to tr
-7t, . . . Ir I, I 14"la-ri the bli
tic All. in all ',',t 11- ft- ite, hair and I@
Wu COO, -r-rolured sp
N, t ?'. I a I a prr r of r vvr, b,, I
off Ir 111, 10- 11 Ni, --I 111;~ 8 .,,1 rt ilk A .n Cie boody
It I-If 4. f I fit, r r f (),)t. S o
PI'. I I I f
r I I I~, A1111 i4d CM if :If 'I'm
it I I I It N 1" 1 the one reum
I,. a "JI a' d 1, :,J. to- I t to it'l t. Will f,,rce olt vvvry particle
LP Fla, 110.0,11 1- oil v t % r itry signet If it-, t(t!llll. It Is pqr
;it th. T all I dard rr-o (ji-d wi)riil .4 i.,j tl!f. Tf v I alill harki, of known
v 1,.j-Ifo -f Lora,".0C. It- r
ou 0.11jact% 1: '141 tlt- a stffliv luet!icines do.S.&
pra,,,. I I, titers ,f rut-ticine. fit 1ho, I f -.1 .;tj(j Pitt,.;
fit III- r-dVr^I 1~11do foriften. *.&4,h at-il 4, v rv wg-s- trt of t1le 14XIV in Ped
$I :7 'I I it'l9effe-CtS Of fornfler mineral tmatm
dici.t t-tilain4A its for. 11itirco-'s n,. !I.. n.%.
.1 1- L: (11jol..f vilil kx. it aiwtj frue r I,: Vv!;
to-. 8::v 4"If.. -.1,ti-illic sudil-%%on I al ('art] I f S,)ecial littiouk on the he
by it-vr. I I I o r. IL V. flium-. t wraiii. N. 1'.. 111$ t'1111.! .1'.11 1; 1 it I, IIr, il advice desired furniaW fifin ft
al.-i rqq4UfllIilIIr The Mft Fri-fin fill* lilt!e
6 - k I t w. I I In. Ir a viro., I t h at Dr. I lirrov'-t n 0 """':,"T SPECM IC C0.9 ATLANTAig
n r
it I. It;# i I
im -w% at:. ti,
at 4 that thuy an, frut" siallro'. 11110-4,11. 111 illl.: ;ill I,-I1 III (It..
tl,.Il I- trial it-L-Ifili (it it. Vat Vill UP': &1-4) t1joll 64itn" 4.f
the r %t valusiple Inifirriff-4114-ritot vultillain" in mand. 11 L PHIFZR J. A. PRIM
if#- Pr 11-it-rifie's ifilovuritift lilrr -rljoii)n Iter weak.
Vervi -wol-rhirtill. "m rs-i.14,forn." sterv%,us Aflif-1114
IT. I.' ar.d 1-111tilittPoll wi-n-tor-rit. verif It.ldr hill k lif Ih#- 1:14 1 !'It
The Program. 70 a'- Will lity file Indians f4)r Mi4jillar ailuit ws
thvir liwiliatit,4. In fat-L ft)na of tk:e 411&4 t
V& Ualoiti. witif.fil.''I'la plant% #:wit# Irtso
:4 I ) A ; I i :. flart-ritollir'.- t l I,$# t t!l,t 0 -BARKM S
ti.1- I~ !I p.jj, #I *',.r liit- I( (a.iloi 11114 1 I" I, Is w a, litisown to the Indiants aq If.,\\ tf. "1.1% nifflop.
,W-Wt"i 4#Llr knoilorif4im of he uwii
T I N v III of I I a f4 for r) III t Pis r n Of,% t V a I I I a I plit. n at I ve. ri it ti1q. it
die"I'al Z-181 wzjl. faille-41 frillifn Ilov 11114lial 41AINENVILUv FWRIDA
Pla:.- I S,640 siir- i lit M A ii,%de till by inipr-oved at,,I fla,'t I-f (-4,rtain m triootw ii I I lot
ro -- -. 'liq "I '-- filito Piv-4-rigililow ii a I; $. # if, .ilk
h fifl., :#-i t ro-riji oly *t,r rit-rulaing all lift. vi. i: - D o a C general B anki B US1
11--itt-I ffm tcr anly fiticillw ili. v4-rilitiviing t1l,,plat. fit., ... '1114lut III- w f*-.11-, (40111141 ill
Vrt,113t lj% aw, v#-r--strin end rff-& Vf.r I-,'.
Vlwol joustiftill va h4wk wnwi: Its 4,
irvi-ifairlif I-notarinarala-lit alp-rife,-, oat,, Uf We solicit the atiffilonnots of Morahaniiiii, Forniffere, Conailividoove SW IM11"
-riiat fit# s.,att. =111,11L. &.Ad Lott all ofivialers In r-,"WCUM& joileninit paid 00 %alwingiii weenats OW livomseswe 4* depoft We edw 6%
I'lli % OPLI it )Ilt.ll if I Crcvvn Prince Posill:cnes Tour. business. Write us or eal I sod see as. M. 16 MUM fte"
H ol- 10 11. fill too air%. iii-ve.-o-ilaft-d IAf :1 0:6 A M .-,!
it-oti, M -z Annall- I Sl- %.11-t- I)a "!I
it It( flit- raloid do-velop- jU
Nll, ittl% #---i ;os W i ldvr, G. F, lfii!l t III '' A It 1,; of V4 1! 4 Il 1&8. M. OSAMAN, Prg*id@St H. 2. TATilifleall, CNIM11111111
ifilit-nt, of tho cI0,. Tho- lato-til t-\i4lo-IIv4Joih:j I., III ho e la%4ir a I,, n it ;,if.
the loolice uniforms. whiell havo tilinot. W. HrD&, Viefe-Primidens 140 OR411111". AWL
H alf-) .4,11ti- Mi.sis are Kira Ca I 'A 'jil.d (.11 1; at
it. %#.r loo-o-ii wtiriff herv boforo. NI a Artiow wort, hi,4 infiJorin y,-?.tpr'S 1,01,itilIel). beft.u
fl'i:. feir tho- fir-t tinie. aml tho ither bai, I r THE FIRST NATIONAL
Miz-s Hill .. 111:ovklr: Arimx-;itlo- Mt-; I i A l
Nlh-4 offictir-A are --xIwvto-d to dooli th.-Ill as
Slo-r#.4-lificon Lecture--R-. It -(xin a, fit#-% arri to *,. Chaterfully 111119cor"mendoild for 111111hoituma. O-V 1(3ULZ2W3M 1rXXXM .
Tjm F 11,101--aith. Nir!4. .1 A Line railway will sell tickets at rate 0. G. Filzbee, 17.1anville. Ill. wrlilps,
lace. 'Mrs. NI. A IL-v, Mi-is of one and one-third straight fares Dec. 2. 11401: "About two ypars ago Capital ........ ...... ........ *1(*1,000 00
111arfl, 1,ihn L.- vorilillilts- #)It pro for 0
be round trip between all points I was laid up for monthii; with rbeuma- Surphis ............ ............ 2090M 00'
gra ri I with a rrininiumi rinte 41 fifty cents. Ism. I tried Ballard's Snow UniTickets on sale July -Ind. 3rd and meat: one bottle cured me. I can lotervot Paid cri Savings Aes-ounts &ad Cerilil" We of Depesil. AN
Police in Uniform. ch"rofully recommend It to all sufferi 4th. gool retumfilig on or before July Ing from like lagniction." 25c. 50c and Traotefewd Pilieviipdy.
Gahvs,-Ill- Is -.--rv da Iiing Qtb. $1.90. Sold by W. M. Johnson. 01. 3. TATM 10010111111110o, 1I


TLm EmAmmom ECAja DA&A&MUmnimm 8momemm MIS LIMA


4, flI~TH DAILY BUN: (iAD4KSVILL FLORIDA, JULY '2 1907 _______tiww ciosV"16~ Uv ulih egec may cuae to becom pevmaneft

en b own ~*make Yomr into a pasuing aadofw by -~f a MWWM tdad Sta chrecty on your wmnyogntede
1.-sW iw o Y o u in*rd or of which has caused your VMaSl trosbes. 110e Ifhl rmDWY 'fr ymu vha you hav* beadach.,
do y O k W I 13s)1 badkacb, nervous spda dras" Pais" Irregub flUtiz f t .. *I*'#'
Op does~1m being snf Gagins -ul
if f Famingr tths w Wine of Cadul

of nlath MMs R. H. Lawson. d Sprolt A116 Wi I ifsedwth feae tubls for '12 -Years, Wred 4
I. tr a"d doctors; they did nw good. to I bA Wine of Cu"mi I have talce 16 bottlwsfel greaty relived ad a
00no b"Sa' better tha lp 20 yeams. Sold by dl relal diUUIS*3 Ini 1.00 bot~ Try IL
I it 00 ovenYC wow. No 1 a ft ddiWW ~ 4U' ol o 110 3 eiiof -no oodMkd
in_-red by any- -_____MA_________________give reliable so akep-
be~ le twered hby_ftoy Cemrneneepnerit Exercise& of the Unit. Case of Ohio Versus the Standard Oil* Wehme Pic ed States Army Cot ege t Company. TheSouth'sGreate
ed. a" deeid- Fort l' rt- g-tii, i~juty i. Pindlay' 0.. Jun~e Ll.i.-The Jiry in
Iftn, this rep- -The' pradiiall,_-,~ of t~e tI e c.~ e ur *t(0h.1iUnited Stl4tAnyAtiPleld i t" sea.i.1,.!Oi o ix c. 'x;ny 0 ir. 1I I Dj ~
.0"nieirSalo -her#. sat urid' in 1A' lI~a: ct-ncra: with ViJLAtz i1 9 t~l AWa'I -Ir''t la o
~~kSW ~J Pran-Iin Ile". snd (;.-r.-'rC HAI'..! I'r?1a, r! -.'z. xerpr~iot 1, .m A ViJ 1 f PIi3
diNOM M mt 80 oMmaTndar: of t:,.t' far. jet'I.v'rt%,j al.! Duncan U",' t! had b~pr f.1%inJ J.:.- I
INR1allslee bedre'43e5. i ;n8ib, to a:"on a %erdi~'t. T ______________________=11111____________JThe' strad~ai''(.. &'nqhi!nx t-le 1rfaij. court tnerireun *)rdtP'rd the jury d!:,- i he ~ trY and 'rava2ry 1's'. u~v1Pvre4 3j.; charg~ed. A'X)rdiflg to rumor, the
he There were fire horor graduates. jury When't l, ti:t Tett I stoo- i x allo ea i t i O d r o
Secand IMeutenant George C. Mar-' f13r co% nvo7'-n an(! --; for acqui~al. sNwReyt flOdr o
shall. ThIrtieth Infantry. .iwpointed: 8ti )equen' I 11 63a!4 tht- jury stood WMW
~from a %Irginia m~itary c.d ledi eight to four for ACqU,'#tA1 antd WIe hftf
1.-~ 4~~ the class with an artrage of 9o.~7.7.j1. the disagreement report was brought MEN'S, AONEsi)A CHILDREN'
11111 W- mots out of a poA$.b.e 1.0"0. The in the vote -tood ", to 5.
nk- ote fu honor graduates are Cap- The case was given to thsjr nREADYTO-WEAR
#A dwt. tlsM.C.Keth Twenty-ninth In- Wednesday afternoon,. h uyo
Ufa fhe try. %45.145: Ca&ptaln a D. N'.
e o nd Utuetenaut R. E. Bee. Ninth in- Slontgotaer) A.A., June? 2".-At a fUL~ ''H I
fteft~o~f Oe. 901 atry. $42.063. and Secout li1ex- met.:ng of uie A~ahaama reed vc'x:-her.4
~7 mndWO tenianat H. L. Hodges, F'irst cavalry. imez- it w..; iltcided to ak the'1Z- AsD
d haSiR.968.40.lature to l'i~aws forcing the de**a tram ma livery of "(, I as good as cont rar'e1
OW tried MORE A14TI -JAPAN ESE FEELING. for am I prevent the mixture of trash
wet and dirt: roooommen*d that the trade Stocks larger and more complete thin ever before.
Tale. Lessee of Alleiged Enbjlargs, be prootected ihe same as wheat andBetqhi tmo raepcs Ou nw
Plased Upon Jape I" 'Fri.... corn and thatt meal be*Iassified. Alao60tqaiyI Moetepcs Ou nw
JIM. .'T I'kl. June 211.-Afternoon-A- to allow sale under tvper direction Spring and Summer Cataiogue w:11 be
O~'WN"S FINN. other aerloiis report of aati-japatnese' of all cla!-ses of meal And !n merxerAa Tubd teeig In San Franctee has been re-I 8llY protect tAi business fro ev: sent upon request.
bees te ~oelored* here to the effect that t)e city now crompl.tln'd of. Thet rai:-ia'i___________4*0S0i'tnftinPt'authordt1es hayo. plae! as enbern comni'!ssiun vi!1 !)p ap)%,ed to finc'utd 00MO 4 G011I11 spon JN~anese engaging in Wie bual- cotton setl.! In t:ie lh~t of perl0,A1)e TT Y
As mot am eb~mess of Intellisonre agencies and have' poods. ..1 K#-Y er. of 11,.i~ F.-.e. D ~ 2 '
S 4 nWiW hbd also refused thetu licenses of every, was e!ected -t cretar) and -. a*;ent f~ Jr I .
1111" ft~sfd hc.klead thus preven~t'ag theu from en-,frtes~' e111 I
1d. hsmul 01agtng In any other business than -AANA, E(O .
R~ m tethat of a purely irc'maircil ebarac Killing Over Missing Ho0g. SVNAGOGA
34 OU~~ ~ W ter. Should the report be contirni'! BIrmnhL Al.Iue~ in
It will servo to ounfirm. the tbelief N'arM:AM. A .::e farn-er, wai s Sb: anid ---
-~~~~ ~here that the di .~ay of ~ -t -P'I Wednii.a '~ ftWM of Now. feelig in that city Is based on rA- noon at lp C.'a'harg b% A-,."
&loam"ce doWe -Igock'' tl %a-: (of S TATE INSTIIUTIONS 0101 NI N [ UCATION
a4I 34 u seWllahw Woman Rescued from Dro.rv-ing. sl'xers honi' 10eSarmi c'.111 0.'!
bid 3 *i i' filtilimore. (a.., Ji:"y I_ tat Jo'nes hl a !.,g h lngrni to UniversItY of the State of Fla. Florida Female ('oilege.
ha No ane party of p4',, fr~i:n t.- him and went to .1 int-i' how-t .ttk
Were ba't:n4 in the t~o;cr.ra iihot~un to ge! it. They quar- IANSIL.PA TALLAHASSEE. FLA.
#MUM ~ y RNO.lathe8 the (taok'.- ;1-tk 3i: -. . il u- r,.e1 and sh-rn te:a'nan 19%i.':eu his A high-grade Pisbtitution for A college for women. witroJt
wawTUM dt012 Cal~t, r.LA! Sle g un. Jont.!' :t:~ ..'"ed inside young men. offering Literary. Sci 3 Parallel in the South. embracing
driltc e '' w- rd ta-.~ u the door ar~d Fe'--e i %eapon. %ih College of Liberal Arts, a School
g~Ie Wemieandentihc. Engineering. Agricultural for Teachers. a School of Indus.
antot.1110 ,! 1,:3 ba~ A %.r V%~ 11 nr:; n n b ~~ t. ;~~ and Pedagogical Courses, trial Arts, a School of Fine Arts.
*iliemlo 34.~r on. .:i- !, IrL al:. :,i: Amrcn ieInMuanRc. Strong faculty; well-equipped including Piano. pipe organ. via mv.
theI~ entire on iix-c* I i .- .' p v t'u~ :i: Ami an n In MO- i ntrn tv laboratories: thorough instruc- voice Culture, elocution and proys'
~ed h. ntie a- t~x i ~' ~:.~t~ Yl~n.O.Jiixe ~ -~D~~t'~s rom tion, both theoretical and practi. Cal culture.
Nmt.Aria. The b) .- ; :'it !8 wlk.o V6 Sena-0,I'.*:a. 'el of an a5- cal: careful supervision and do*. A faculty of able specialists in
IM..M. Twesty- at,.~ j ~*~ ... ent of th~e m~rx.r .al. Thburs- cipline: high moral toaNe. a I departments.
~ w~out ad .~'- At:' .~. .~prca~ i E~ by t. G~s'c~~. ~uruer ay. o tutio chagesto Forid sp11alinsructon i I art re


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. rirlrswl on th.- d! frvijlnn ii.-I -!w- F3 ", Fil I M F-'Fm S C n r:
I.- 1i t toss rol (it d irr( ttor-, t 1 4 r.
riw ,::d I,) I-#- the- I- CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMBAT
DUTTCN SANK. il-d N T 1 s 1 S
W-, .e to%*- Putt.)n C(.F. Bmnk
Phonv .-1. Fla.
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of to. -I- ";*,I I LT W FIEN
till filt. Ofe
%,tatv -.f F,, rAi r.iitv he- to (or )Mcp w, r r -I re v I C r r Picksonville and Niew 'York,
R. I'HW-*AS. 11,4. 1 11 rjoo *- (,r I Cal'ing at CHARLESTON. 1.4. C.. buth ways.
14. 'N ( r, irwitin, To bav. o r.
.1 A tso i, r.
DI'TTI 1N 11it!1loolil t4'. 1) ?be ROOM StatenShIle in the CoselvW BWTW
it 41 hV U ,
ROOM E. i-C.- ot J.f 1 d le 'vv ED land and Southern
-I 4julit (of tilt,
r4orp.-rolion -li:tll I,-- Miker LAW ENC-1-arar Ft+;ght otio 111TIC11- S+tWestil; J;'( k.SONVILLE.KASTON
Proposed Chinerter of the Dutton Bank. K "; I PPoi)%'111ENCY, and All Eastern Points.
The uz3dt.I4tign4.,j hurti-0 L- ooefaiv #1401.irs t sim,) Cai itir at C hariestain both ways.
theinvelves togt-tht-r fur tre purpo- 141 1 0. 616%1114-41 jilts) to Phone No 2M; Ittopi-ideweNo ISt
har--, (of the par -ta!,iv of
of t)ewmillg incorporated and foryidr,_-
a coontsoration under ai!d by virmo, iiii:1ilrod rfollnr* ilimli vach.
hall b4o, mb-crtled atid paid
the law of the :3tzte of Florida. -,.r ;it lauful tnon--v of the- Vnitt-d ....... From 1011111twiss w1ad Sam"
and under the follovtng barterr: I
I.-The iianie of thi., rnrI,,.rJ' .: .:It.. 4. B. ELL1,4, JR.. ....... .. ... F ram Foot of C"horists It.. &;6;0Tft
shall be The Ilutton Bank. and it IV.- I-1,#- to-rm for v. it'll thii cor. To
I "bs. or as li-rfi.,ri jorwt&,:- st.sii t :411,11 Los. nillet%TT0 Rs r. y Ar L A W. ed for !-hall Io. (o:Au. tt-d in t!:.- 3% .,.tars. i1o
1,#- 1,1 '"IVde St. Jobas River Isfig
tof Flurldam.d o.!,,-r State, of t wd v.-ni.. imlnetza of thv aid (-;rporated StAM of An,.Pris:a. aud -'it ftrt-ign **(,It -hall he-im(bicted by !ht- follovio-ing UStWOOn JACKWOllsVILLU and S&msronD
countries. %her-to-er or a pre?4idttit. oil+, (or more 0: 9 at Palatka, Alitor, 80rest0fd IINLOWL'sonod lotoriskedlia" Lmd
r, ;idt-uts. it ca0i't r awl a secre. on 14%. Johns ililver.
The pritti.;T al o1l't- atill IIilico- (if a:id a bsroard (of not Ic.s than five
J.u:-j1n(o-,- of t oi- aid itiiiiI.-i.y -!-al! I- a hler AKER. 'MAT14ESON A BAXTER
Tl *- fiff1co of vI B %Steamt- 'Ift "CITY OF JACKSONVJLLE"
In the City of Gamv:-ville, Xa(filia' -o-rt-tary may lie bii-h by
is al-l-vir #-d to siwi so. follose:
county. Flurl !a- Poorson. v4ho ns,-4-d not I-raore Jecliscowltile, lietiLdellet, Totedele
ATTORNi-VS-AT-LAW, T L'i I P'l a I P 3 30 Is. a) Itt-turtilitia, leave "broilrd. mosidairs,
If.-Tbe g--ionil :. f tl,#, Ili 4- ,it).-kholils-r (it .aid cor- "OLICITORS IN CITAINCERY. 11ollo Is dnepda3 # and Friday@. 9:9D a. in.
ine -: or 11 I I.-Ir.cifoll. Tho numhoor of Vie dirtet.
Irfplll tililis, to itim e
and tniwactood Ir' or.: tnav bo- fl\od
itie, as h-re'ra:1zor Y the- but at no tirno shall
forth, viz: t I.- e-, thitin five i.-)p itor more thhn UAINESVILLE. Alachua Co., FLA 14('HZDVLB
I iii- 191. Th- board of director. shall Offler is Halmorp Moak. Leave 8:81b I)m ..................... Isek"Ovillso...
General Banking Business. it -so-f-r-tary and (-a!.hi+-r and %:46 pm ... .................. Ptilat,". IAN"
30 ) om .......... ...... .. Aster
Transa(Vni: a g-sonal biking ,.:(-it othcr off Wit4r.; and agents of this Wwoo 6. 0. too se
noss. to hat- :all lIo"+r to the proi-,ld-font a;ld F Bereeford (DoIAM) ........ 641 0.00
.......... d" f01d .... 16.
by its beitard uf directors. or duly au- I,. 4sr----pr*-idvnts. having such powerA, Arrive %:K, sim'.'
itborized offir(rs. or agir-uts, sul-ject told-aiv-1 and tennis of office a,; njay be am. ... .............
law. ill -uch incidenteil lisov.,#-r aslirmidt-ol by the by-laws. aml all offi. IFLOXID- PAr-SEN(,EK AND TICKET L)FFICK. 122 W. DAY 8T.,JACK11110,11
may to*. tit-ce-.tiry to q-.trrv on fit*- linsi- 1 4 +-r.: and .4n api-ointed by qald
neass of !)anking. to, ul* i.toard way lw removed at any time F. 'M. ISONNONess. Jn., A. 0. P. A.. Jasoksoavillb. notes
uslitt-. dra 1? in the, dkeretion of staid boArd of di.- Can sell you. 3ity property, (into JOB% PSXDRBL. T. P. A.. A. 0. HAsnan. 0. IL P. A.0
bill of t xcharim a:id other eto idetl r-rions. The directors. lirpidont aud provood and Jacktol.villo, Flo. Pier U N. k., .100 Tab.
of debt. b-.* receivii.g UY 1, iv-lPrc%!deti1_4 shall be elpettood by the truelting uAfarming lasids. Seed him j). H. TAiLOR, P. T. NI., 0 0. 0 Wilson, 0. F. A.,
bg ai:d selling le..eba:,ge. ce .iu, I ,:'- -titi-kholdero,; at each annual metietting. a list of what you o6erforeale. 2142a 2W Br,)ad way, Now York.
:)D. and by loaning mon-y on lwr:*f1:in! The annual meeting of this corlknra. and real securities- to purchw-v. hoid tion shall be held on the second Tued- L D Josssi, T. F. A.. PCINNII8,29 0. A.9
and coio-y real estate. a-A I-r(r. ifled d'ay in January of each yo-&'r. The J6 A. CARLIbI.E. Jacksonville. Fla. LostAGIN, Fla.
for bv law; to P-Atabli.;h t.rnyi(h#-* or t1aito of sach annual meeting may he ATTORNEY AT LAW X G. Cobrus, JR.. F. A., OLMM Muss. 0. F. A
Agencies in any c-ty or town in this chank&-ol hy the by-lawlit. The stock. isellisionviAe, Fla. riter 0 X. a. Now U L
State. and i-m-rcir-e all the lioloile-rpt shall moi-et on the qpmnd Tues- And doliaitor in Equity 0. P. LevaLL. Agent. J"k ville. Flo.
mwors and !vnct ons of a bank ng day In 3ann9r*-. A. D. 1144S. at the inglitution for thv traw-actitin of a office of this corlioration at Vialne-4- Rosa- Zolaw, Cortrelevemig and Sen. general bar.mng f.-isin.-sot. mid-r the villo. Alachun. county. Florida. at OMI Prw&iG*. All busineou promptly a ah'L
jirov.sion- ,f the lavo.; uaf fte STW- of o'clotiock a. m.. for thsa liurpooSe attended to. Offlev next door so wne Florida in r.,r -e thornmo. To -n- of holding the f1rat election of officers rAllsw- GAINIIINVILL11111, FLOWIlf-A.
gage in. -mrr*, e -I ai.,l otran-a-t '!,-- anil transmethig such other business general a f-ar-t..; -, a-4 niaY properly votne before and be
Tau!t corrilian*... te) proutir.- or i it. of at said mfwting. which Effetativis, Apill 30. 11160,
sti",ict ruitat,:e or %an:?-4 for he rr-otting shall liste the first annual tn"t- Roand-Trip Rates
safeke+p!ng of ;,ai s-,rA. dovin,-04. In. !nq of t1w romtomtion. No. I Norte. 6 Nn. .1 Rr I No, 41 U&
strumentA. m,-ne-yiz tooM.1p. d-d-t. Di.. r Sa r.-F Dn:.y ex STATIONS O r eit am oew sm
I'ntil the officers; elected at tho first
wares. ,ro1wriy. and -aIuaWs,-.4. animal nistso-tinx shall be qualified. VIA Nur,
of what lioevs-r sr-ha:acter the toisinti-ss of thi.; corporation shall A M P M P M P
or !.3r -a-kpois- to-ot ortrinducts-ld by the following namerd Leavr Lealre I Leave Lve Oak. Aril" A r"rl"
tot fnr any p-or-nn or peor-mi-;. -s-irlission officers: Ar P .10 Ar 1119 Ar Lv 1408
Its to 1 3111 3 40 431111 40 to
notion. lhe -ir or r-q r--!,,atP.s--4 L, 4 to # Ar 3 30 Ar 4 FA rs
Pr-o-idont-W. R. Thomas. Ly P its Lv 4 4% 140 Dow .,ze Park.
upor !-ich *.r,:..i --in a."d, Is S? 4 97 Ar 4% Mayo J-Jadiiwa .....
for -wh !-ation r First Vice-President-C. W. Chasite, At 9 10 Ar 6 40 ArS48 Perry .......
antic Coast ArIG 30 Ar 0 V Ar 6:6 ...
Ati am ptorin _!v
S*cc)iid Vice li: _*for ttvch r-nla!. it: a-i-I -Proo-sident G _1
as the oald BrOOme. Causeettlos made as Dosellar Park for aU itrallas to amill lf % luve elk asta raw*
upon froocim stifre -) 1nie. &crttary and Cashkr. E'bert D. A*L &ad Mayo Jubeticis for M&)0- A.Vin &M 61111 lower 0""
I I- n pi--- Fillip Ake 2mb


Seeig I- en ia~ n1~Von ed
TUE3WAYYUMWAI' it iond 1*cr hc i hl1-h
W YAMto ~o im no& III and l-cent stoPre
IIEISE ft Im calmsoofe a or Sale-Once pair of Mutw rmui"'
hII~~inO and wagon mrid harne-a; 91. '
to be first chi,.. Fo'r tnjrtfLr jiarti.ICEss CR.E AM4i ()I PI"rd apply tor Js N. I.i Sat d htz 4A
gfl Pow I~, Pea street h. n '*r- I Af''nt Fl. a~T

("tlt"CoWw onilsany. Ti.sey %%rite burglar hi~sur I
stemsuuiiifln ovor ptoamla resu in W hy Be In D ubw
fta 00 is" weEM Cra 4a flaielit) andi all 1(1(k id of tt. ___________________________________bwe Pwiinin~ th 35Iin!" ifckIS. bonids. win't furpgs-t this-yOU ilia)
to am now~i It FeW am"*! titd a bond. SOMETIMES
hifbust 14, ""d
IQ mbse bom and Hon. N. [). Wainwright of Sari1w
P& ex-registd of the nited St~Ln You get your money's worth itother
1101 as so sof reciu e office in this elt and at lore!-e.1a rh.. sores and sorrietiry es you don't; but
am se in ,Poll. efficient tax~ asasemior of 11radiford 9"YOU KNOW b h eto 5yas
9116 k collwty. atra brief visit to the fain a rdnUtti tr that you are sure

hasreured o ishone.ofGood. HoetMerchandise for

APVVN- Mr. an r.S .Dk aer. Ms ;-w+aHbs h a wi vr olryuspend withl us.

Marus ode ofJacksonville speig typhoid. is comaaw'sent. Miait Hobst

fiO Ma Attorney W. E. Baker hat, returned Joyed a vii fronii her sister. Mrs.Aeliesf soap-they do not last
MaGM ra rtsinlvisit to I.Ach LgetSudylo.Whby them when we sell

swsoil. o Lower floor, four rooms. student of Fast Fiorids Seminary. Nbu aefgrs
___ ~ smeule. Ilrs. Clapp, West No. In the city. a guest of hip frleiid.Vols$.0$.2 an $15
"dgotSergeant LeRoy Taylor. of West per ols 11,$.2 n 15
Nebrnad al swhhv Point Military Academy. who ispeyad
I Saamreturned from a brief visit to Whitt- spending a v a i urTaft ik 1.0$.5 13
I" W" ~ na ep&Pnts, Air. and Mrs. Hi. E. Taylor. and $1.60 per yard.
Friends are glad to welcome hium ___________________________0. T 1Ceiart ofNewerrywanagain. as he was very psopular ah a ftrho was among tfie business visitors to this student here. Embroideries. Laces. White Goods,
*bAa div yaw dw*6edy edByr fN.14Ws siWitns Dotted tw ssBilk Pon.
C. A. W. Tboans has returned frr treid haer on wit hi l.asr ge Corettc

do SW*@nld. a&4 Marlin. counti. ofieadded an Insurance delartnzent. 60sCI5tEc
The 5 s&M 10-cot store at S. F. &ad begs to inform the public that he, nFgrdLwsa 0 ad
stm f osilaxsoe f represents olily the very best corni DFU TIIFNL
~. g~W mam Iseelagso.. f hepainles. and solicits the patronage of In Organdies at 15c yard.
.4t" hPWl to bet values flor the least money. his'man)- friends, and, begs to assure f~~iM
Dmt coafuse lue Ribbon Lemon then that policies will be correctly DESIGNI I I In Novelties at 25c. 35c and 50c yard.
44 Z 1M ID IN Will Va11111111111 eOtVWt With the "l written and there will be no question ~bi~.uveia IL I In eziramis whieh load the market. asto their validity. ONE____PRICE____TO ___ALL._Diha, At'm Um1aderson. the trainedI Attention In c-*ed to the adver. nese b w. eft etrlyfor Waldo. ba.I ofthe Crsen arb M rShop. i a

opposite the Brown House. This shop,
U ~ ~ # g U Chins. S. Hill. civil engineer for the which bas Just Ween installed with _______________________________ _____ .0"M
MWs tg NIL Coueir Lumber Company. In spend. the newest and most upm to-date furasi.
im.,a few days In Jacks lie oi Lure. is under the nianagenitut of M t ernoss iLudse CONTINENTAL
ft6 ms. Chas. H. Blenson. the fatherr of the No. 21)j, Kigrto(it Py.'
V ~Fod Blayer. of No. 104 West Main barber business in GIainesville. who) whfv M041 foua at itT I A I
obreet hM 12 acesw of pecan trees for conducted a business here f(or sweorid S.00III i r CiF(nt lo- l ki 01u
masbe"dIe and ineedling-ovea two years. N o tonsorial artist .,epatak
Iaal00 hundreds mow. in hearing. 'better known or twitter liked than he W~ork m. the io-eoasra~. Vatirg IdI2erWl sIpir.
jb OWm Mr. and Mrs. Hlarrod Braddock of in thin sectiou of the state. brother. we-ieom#a. W,. '. I'.s i) C. C.;'I lio io roca.%te lPrvt
Port Lauderdale bare returned Wo -- ~ E. A STRusic. K. of1.A ,1tvl-ttlo rvt
owp "M a er horn. after a pleasant visit to l5
Mr. and Mris. C. D. Schafer. North Johia 1) Luthesr of Old Ta 5" ii I. at
___apai J. W. Carte and~h W.KI tW.t muot Ii FIR-s'-CLAS- "CHEF.
~pW~a J 11111 IUKA lI INLI waid .1. L.yneli and R E Gib~.olt.
aftm nbelift gewr. two prominent citizens of ______________ w elns (t( i. o aia eu b1elti i rr
Xleaaopy, awe In the at.The lattr towl-nsictz-i i ap.M n -rssig o r
do WNmiciaubereletty, hee ndIere in LCo- city yesterday, (ini kfwi-, eelt eldse
opme Mr. ~ a a bera sa.hrand ows Chaops Store on Earth. nes% rontsi ee with the-. Unito-d State~.,zee ottnd~.
Ileaking after his Interesits. ______________ laid office. iCangw threet titnt. a (lay.
-O. 413 4 E gL osse. formerly a business J. G. Folks of Newtowns is in tue 3 5
man fth b6ut1 -4W%" vof h~ 5

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