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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 14 April 1906

1 11I t 1I T I I Ii f 1 Fe Pnnrteentlh thPage Pssar THE SUN A Altt 1 6 i c Wm Burbridge BurbridgeREAL l 1 REAL ESTATE na Bargains lnB in Improved p v and Unimproved UnimprovedProperty UnimprovedProperty nimprOVedProperty Property Correspondence solicited solicitedt t 121 Uura I WiiW l li 1141 1141Windsor 1141t t i t + tf rr rrF j jI I I II I F 1 i I i I Ir III r II I Windsor Indsor Hotel HotelCT U otel otelI I I II I I I II I c 9rli Jacksonvilles S XII s fln Finest Finestt st sti fl n CT 9 TI t lf i 1 v vana z zdo i II ana do n Floridas Largest Largestand Lar est estI estndD > I and ndD Best ty YearRound YearRoundotel Year e Round rRoundotel Rounda a otel otelI otelDODGE d b I a I II it itjl M4j jl ili j I DODGE GULDENS GULDENSOwners GUlLCN8tc GUL1IN i f tc J Own Owners rs ami rid i l1 Managers Managersj l a 0 0I rs I I fi t i d if ifl 2 C I II I 1 1I 1i 1I I i l H r1nFTh rji y1I y1If 1 1 f I I 4 i iI I I t f fJ J I II I I I Ij f I I j ii iivv j vv a aDear I I II Ii i i l lI lI I...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 14 April 1906

M V I F April prl I i41906 1419 9 O6 6 TH6 AAU TH JlnlQ SUN SUr iti Fifteenth V age 5 m i gl1D Short rt Sermon for forNoe forNOJ11l or orp p Noe No = ChMrcIi Goer GoerTHE oers oersTIHlE THE SIN OF MAN MANT MANBy By 13 y Rev T Q Ullertnu Hemiry ° y Blenus Bile nau Pastor Church CDll688 ° cIIll Street StreetChristian StreetCIh1ristianu StreetCthia Christian Cthia ° dsgiaa Church Not original sin nor general sin not notthe notthe notthe the nature of sin nor the consequences consequencesbut consequencesbtTHE but btTHE THE SIN OF MAN We are to towrite towdte totivrito write of the sin of man not as Plato or orSocrates orSoc orx x Socrates Soc tes viewed sin but as the worldsRedeemer worlds worldsRedeemer worldsRcdeeme Redeemer met it as He described and andtreated andt andtreated treated t ote1it ote1itlhe it itThe itThe The sin of man is essentially and pe peculiarly peculiarly paculiarly ¬ culiarly mans own sin It is called in inthe inthe inthe the living Oracles UNBELIEF Neither Neit...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 14 April 1906

I t I r t n INI + Y J 1I IJ t tT4ff 7 i t I r T4ff S SPRIINUFUBLD SPRIINUFUBLDH IPJI IPJId N I d J Ji i I i Jf Jfjt oj jt n nu d < t I j t hiM H tIId hnYN Ir f x iiJ1 Ii t 4 a THE hf Ittf n i r I y j r 1 r IIT TI 7 I j 44 S fIi 1i q w ij 1 1i i nttwnf i 1 1 i 1 I I p 1 I u t y rNewSuburb t j I IJ New Suburb of ofacksonvi JacKsonville JachsonvilleJUST Ie IeI J I 1 lll L JUST BEYOND CITY LIMITS i 1 i if fI fV < I j I J IHH I y < u r a aI a1 f t i jlf I r ii iii i i I i f fI I I I iI I t I I 15 a i V 1 SALE OF OFV LOTS BEGINS BEGINSTUESDAY BEGINSi < J I I Ii i t tI I I 1 NEXT TUESDAY Y APRIL 17th 17thfor t tI I I I I 4 1 1M I j jI jI jt I I t I I M if Ask Today for Map So That You Can Make Your Selection SelectionOTHERS SelectionI i I OTHERS ARE DOING IT ITA < Yt r I i AI t I A Letter Will Receive the Same Attention as a Personal Visit I 1 4 j 41 J JJ Jr I rt ry6 I II IIIII 1 III J I I u a r 1 < l t I 11111t1 11111t1h 1 1 Jx 1 g gj I < L I ii i ttatM LbSMz1 r o f i...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

j i j IN THIS ISSUE IssuEUNIVERSITYOF OF FLORIDA PLANS PLANSA 1 1 1t < > 1 e 1 H IJ t X nj 1fJM < L 1 lt f fJ V 1 1w 1J 1ll I J ll w w 1 I IA r I > J i iA A Journal of Cartoon Cart on and Comment ir Its Right We Are For It Volume 1 1No No o 23 2 3 JACKSONVILLE JAG NVILLC FLORIDA APRIL 21 1906 Single SIn Ie Copy Go 5 Gents I 1 r A t tIh I Oh whats the UsetheSn Use the Snakes n es Tail Wont Die Anyhow Until the Sun Goes Down Do Ih iy f r A v 7 l lI lQh

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

I I i y < t I i j I 1 < < Ji tf t I 1 ITS IT iJ ftlQHT R I II J1 r W WE EARE ARE FOR FO np IT I I I l I j I J Jt tt tttt YI 1 JI i t 1 tt ttCLAUDE f t i iCLAUDE CLAUDE LENQLE a NOL TN UN U T A K TAYLOREditor TAYLOR TAYLORCartoonist Editor ll d too tool ij Cartoonist CartoonistAN C l o if t l t AN UimMID WEEKLY Y WITH A WILL OF ITS IT = OWN MIHTE1 KHi 011 THE PEOPLE IF flOMM iY IYTHE THE tUM IUIICOMPAlY UN COMPANY AT 31 WEST FOMYTH STREET JACKtMiVKlE FLOMtA FLOMtAVolume 1 1i i Volume I INo No 23 JACKSONVILLE J C SONV ILL FLORIDA APRIL 211906 21 e 1406 r 5 Cents l lit per r Copy 2 per per Year Yearf YearEntered Entered a f the it + 1 o Pnaf Poet n Office nma nt Tftfiksonville TiLw vlllA Fla M as ai ra 8OO0ndcla > nndi nn 1i > 1iuM 1 as s TQ mutter + MP In the Suns Chariot Charioti i r Intimate IntiinateTalks Talks x alks Between Publisher and Reader Readerare t Y YDINGS j 1r DINGS are rocpin coming ing our way as the Kansas I ansasman man said to his neigh neighbor nei ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

r April pril 2115 289 2l19O6 n906 > 06 THE tn lS SUN Third Page UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GROUNDS OF FLORIDA hUNUVBRSUTY hUNUVBRSUTYi UNIVERSITY UNllVJERSll1rYL L + 1 1t1AKer G d 1 1 itr ltoii J 1 11 Y I It Itj t tj J r A AL l f K E L t1AKer tiE i f fi < i l t i in n 1 i v n 1 f fI I B r I I t tV 40 0 V o CA 44 I i Ea j oJ µ a r ri rtQIcr I j 6 > LR tQIcr Iff 3 3a l i I Ir J r rr a i r J > to 6 Mrl + r rhefC of hefC Irbd rf u xnJ nii1d1r1 aril 6J MI q qaril S > JI I 1 rllrll rllrllr r 7 f k t3 1 1j 4 13 0 V z j 1 i t I 1 13 f Munlfx Munlfxi i h 1 c I I II 11j I 2 17 w 5 r I PA rxrr y i irwrrr g rwrrr 1 I I 11 I t l dJ dJI = I i I 70 I I Il l l l h 9 t frn tr ud rn rnr rnud 11 LT r I Y Y1fi 7 9 as a9 r j ar f i 4 u 1fi h hNia I N 1 V 4 b 4 0 6 Nia 8 V C I Ir1 r1 11V 2 I 1 1rl i rl h hL rJ I I w t ti A s 1 I I I t i drw q t I EXPLANATION OF O DIAGRAM DIAGI DIAGRAMCurved A IOulvcd Curved lines mark boundaries of walks and driveways Nos 1 to U inclusive arc arcresidences uror...

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

J I 1 j i j F rth J ge THE SUN April Ai1 > rU2i 21 i 06 Shaking the Old Plum Tree TreeBy I p By B EDWARD FIT2G FITZGERALD BALD j THWl ucrrnnu4cri FT Y YRft r RR OMM lssmn 5ONER > R f I I r The entries closed last Monday for Congressional Congressionaland and State offices o ices but owing to a misunderstanding misunderstandingof of the date < on which to file notice of candidacy for forthe forthe forthe r the Legislature the time has been extended until untilApril untilApril April 20 the date datofor for candidates for county offices officesto o ices icesto to illo notices with the committees committeesPerhaps commlttcolilerhaps committeesPerhaps i Perhaps this extension will bring several more morecandidates morccandidatcs candidates for Senator and Representative into the therace thei therace i race in a number of counties as aain in several instances instancesannouncements instanccsII II j t announcements have been made which do appear in inthe ini inthe i the list of th...

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

r I I April 211 211906 21 1906 O6 THE SUN Fifth Page Whats Agitating the People These Days Although the Into John J Ingalla was tho author authorof of many brilliant sayings and enjoyed a long and andnotable undnotablo andnotable notable career as a United States Senator yet all allseems allBeems allseems seems to bp bo forgotten with tho exception of the poem poemOpportunity poemOpportunity poemOpportunity Opportunity which through extensive quotation quotationconstitutes quotntionconstitutes quotationconstitutes constitutes his only memorial in the public mind mindBut mindBut mindBut But the iconoclast has risen in tho person of Robert RobertL L Cherry of Estill Springs Tenn who says It Itis Itis Itis is a fact not generally known perhaps that Ingalls Ingallsdid did not write Opportunity and thnt it is a transla translation translation translation ¬ tion of a poem entitled IlFato II Fato which appeared in inLa inLa inLa La Sveglia a newspaper of Naples Italy in 1887 1887Tho 1887Th...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

Sixth Page THE 1r TSUS SUN April 1 21 211906 1906 I Mr Buckman Answers Critics I t Editor Sun SunDear SunDear i I Dear Sir SirI I notice an article cut from the Jasper JasperNews JasperNews JasperNews News entitled The Buckman Law in a Nutshell Nutshellan Nuteliollan an attack upon that measure which is entirely mis misleading misleading misleading ¬ leading as to its statements and is evidently an en endeavor endcavor endeavor ¬ deavor to prejudice the public mind against the thelaw thoInw thelaw law which as it has become more thoroughly under understood underatoodand understood ¬ stood atoodand and the effect of its operation more apparent apparentis is being accepted acceptedgoneral1y generally throughout the State Stateeven Stateoven StateII II even by most of the counties which opposed its passage pas passage passage ¬ sage as a most salutory measure and one which must musttend musttend musttend tend to the lasting benefit of the States educational educationalsystem educntionn...

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

I L April ril 2lj 21 1906 THE TIII SUN Seventh Page PageI I i John Henry Plays Progressive Euchre EuchreBy By GEORGE V HOBART HO BART Miif it rw rwONE ONE OF + THOSE PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE FIGHTS t night I went out with Clara Jane to one of those progressive progressiveeuchre progressiveuchlo progressiveeuehre euchre fights fightsIt It was my first time up before the judge and I felt as nervous nervous as a new newservant nowsorvant newservant servant girl girlClara girlClara girlClara Clara Jane introduced mo to the hunch and I drew a tall lady who had lived in Chicago for many years and didnt know what to do about it itI itI itI I saw that I was out to get bumped it I didnt forget my fears and talk fast fastso so i i braced and began to cut grass I WROTE POETRY AND TALKED TALKEDABOUT TATlKEDABOUT TALKEDABOUT N ABOUT IT ITLovely ITLovely ITI I Lovely weather were worohaving having aint aintit it 1 I observed Wliata the trump 1 1My My partner was ono of those old things thingsthat thing...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

I1 GlGH H tpjlj EDTO E Dt I t 0 THE SUN Sf J TN 1 J 0 gf ft Saturday S aturda y April Ap Aprti21 121 21 1906 J I 11 I f Taxation fqxplionThe The Poor PoorMan3 Man burden V2tmenNY burdenANY L 1 JINY ANY NY system syatom j that abridges the liberty lib rty of the people should should bos b sur surrounded surtrQunded trQunded rounded with safeguards as strong and reliable as is possible for forthe forthe forthe the human mind to conceive conceive of ofIn ofIn ofIn In all civilized communities the people voluntarily consent to surrender sur surrender surrender ¬ render absolute freedom of individual action in order that the people peopleas I as a whole may enjoy more liberty tharTwbuld than 1n would be possible possibloifevcry if every person per person person ¬ son exercised his own will without regard egardtQthe to the rights of his neighborsArcadian neighbors neighborsArcadias neighborsArcadias Arcadias are rare and Utopias have h havorio ve ho o existence save in the fanciful fanci ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

k R I A L S THE SUN NINTH < PAGE PAGESaturday 9 i I Saturday April Aprll21 A rt121 21 1906 i Those Letters From the Major MajorIn i H In the the old dark days of radicalism when Republican conventions conventionswere conventionswere were were w 1o held heldin in Redwood Hall in this city the negro statesman was in his hisglory hisglory hisglory y glory as reeking r with sweat and oratory he proclaimed the virtues of ofthe ofthe ofthe the glorious party that knocked the shackles off three millions of human humanbeings humanbelngs humanbeings beings beingsCato Cato Leo John Nattiel and nd Ed Wright being equipped with tho thomost thomost themost most leathery lungs easily dominated the howling hubbub that inarked 1parkedthe inarkedthe the deliberations of these conventionsThere conventions conventionsThere conventionsThere There was n small gingerbread nigger called Mack always pres present prcsentapd presy ¬ V eat entapd and who always tried to shut off Cato Lee in the midst of th...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

r THE IE SUN l April2l Apr Uf 6 6t Tenth enth JtR Rage s r UNw t T t i i i I Th e C Czars zar s s Spy Py 1 ch Caller Clier vJi I wnl WmLn fflftnt B m Le e Oueux Q back along the stone corridor until I Irecognized Ir Irecognised recognized r iJed the door of the tbctroom room to which whichI I had been first ft t conducted cond ctcd All was wassilent wuj wassilent j iJ silent and ag aawe we crept along on tiptoe tiptoeI tiptoellolt I llolt felt the thogirlI girls grip on my arm a grip gripthat gripI I that told me that she placed her faith in inme inInc 1 me moa as her hCrdoUveror deliverer delivererI I ti I own that it was a rash and headstrong head headstrong headstrong strong act for even evenbcyondtJlo beyond the Jake how howcould howcould howcould could we ever over hopo to penetrate p netrate those thoseinterminable th08eIntennlnablo thoseintorminablo interminable inhospitable forests so far farfrom farfrom from any hidingplace Yet I felt it my duty to attempt the rescue rescue...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

t Ahi n21n9 2I 19O6 6 I THE TIIII SUN Eleventh Page r rI I 1 Ive ve V I Been Thinking kL LOOMsS CHARLES S BATTEL B LOOMIS lOON Of course an afternoon tea is not to bo taken takenseriously takenri takensoriously seriously ri sIY1 and I hold Jlol that any kind of conversation conversationgoesas canvor conversationgoes ntian ntiangpes goesas gpes goes as s long as it is IS properly vacuous an and < J irrele irrelevant 1rrclevant irrelovant ¬ vant vantOne One On meets many kinds at afternoon teas teasthe the I bored boredthe the bashful the intense and onco in a while the hitcr interesting stjng but farpuro for pure delight there is nothing quite equals cq al the gusher She is enerally very pretty Nature insists upon compensations upancompensatIonsWhen compensations compensationsWhen compensationsWhen When you y m meet a real gusher gushor7one ono uo born to gush gushyou gushyon gushyou you can just throw aU allbounds bo bounds nds of probability aside asideand asidoand asideand and ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

I l eritbR < g et J e J III > THE T6 E SU NiI 7 lr 1 v April 1 211916 21 2Ir 19M n9b6 t 6 j1 i u I rt rtI rtI r I I I > I The Th e Czars C zar s S Spy Py ch Chevalier v ii J Willi William B BI Y m l Le eQ Qucux i i xi I I I N back along the steno corridor until I Irecognized Irecoplzed Irecognized recognized the door oi o the room to which whichhad whichlb whichI lb I had d been first conducted All was wasM wasi1on wassilent si1on silent and as al we wo crept along on on tiptoe tiptoel l felt felt the girls grip on my arm 0 agrip grip gripthat I that told mo that she placed placedme placedher her faith in inmo inme me as lherdeUverer lherdeUvererI her deliverer delivererI I own that it was a rash and head headstrong headstrong ¬ I strong trongact act for even ev n beyond bcyondtho the Jake al < olow how howcould howcould 4 could we ever hope to penetrate those thoseinterminable thoseinterminable thoacInterminable interminable inhospitable inbospltabloforests forests so f...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

t I u K I April 2I 1906 I THE SUN Eleventh Page Ive I r ve I Been Thinking CHARLES S BrkllOOMI BATTEL LOOMIS Of course an afternoon tea is not to bo taken takenseriously takens takensoriously seriously s and I hold J ol that any kind of conversation conversationgoes converflatiogpest goes gpest gpestas goes as long l mg as it is IS properly p operly vacuous vacuo sim and irrele irrelevant irrolevan irrelovent ¬ vent van vantOne One meets In ets many kinds at afternoon teas teasthe the bored the bashful the intense and once in a while the th interesting but butfQr for pure ure delight there is nothing quite qU1toeq equals al the gusher She is IS generally very pretty Nature insists upon compensations compensationsWhen compensationsWhen When you meet a real gusher7ono gusher ne born to gush gushyou gUBhyou gushyou you can just throw all bounds bo nds of probability aside asideand asidenndsay asideand and nndsay say the first thing that comes into your head headsure hendsure headsure s...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

V I r I I I Twelfth Iflh Page THE SUN UN April pril21 211906 21 1906 I I Fallieres of France an Athlete AthleteByCOMTESSE I I ByCOMTESSE By COMTIBSSIB DALEMCOURT I l Paris ParisEvorything Everything quiet at the Elyseo Elyseodespite ElysooI I despite the brand now occupant FalBeres Fal Falliores Falliercs liores has not notan and < will not notchango change life at attho ati tt i tho palace of the republic except that thathe thatI thathe I he hoallowsl1ls allows his people one hour more of ofbeauty ofbeauty F beauty Bleep Loubet peasants son was wasat wasat wasI I at his desk at 0 Fallicres descended desoondedfrom descendedfrom descendedfrom from artisans and small townspeople townspeoplemakes towllspeoplemakcsit makes makcsit it a point to be dressed at 7 For Fortho ForI Forthorest I tho thercst rest tho incoming and outgoing Pres Presidents Prest Presidents ¬ t idents always s good friends resemble one oneanother oneanother oneanother another in their traits foibles mental ment...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

o I i April April2j 211906 1906 THE SUN fMrteenth Pa I Short Serm Sermon 1l1l for forTHE forNOIl1l forNo NOIl1l No = ClhlUnrclh1 Goers GoersTHI8 UoerTHE THE SOCIAL IN RELIGIONi RELIGION i By Rev T Heirary Blenus9 Pastor Church CIhl urclhl Street StreetChristiami StreetChristian StreetC6urdstiaea Christian Church cnu COuaua urclh1 ° 69n Dr Lyman Abbott says Religion has hasbecome hasbecome hasbecome become in its object philanthropic Do Dojustice Dojusticei 1 ° justice justiootnd and rn1judgment judgment tjiat t at is your Bible Bibleorder Bibleorder Bibleorder order That is the service of God not notsimply notsimply notsimply simply praying and psalmsinging psalm singing Fray Praysing ¬ ing is seeking seekinffstrength strength for service servicepsalmsinging servicepsalmsinginglsgiving servicepsalm psalm psalmsinging psalmsinginglsgiving singing is giving thanks for the theprivilege theprivilege theprivilege privilege of service but the service is in inmission inmission inmission mi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

liii liiiii I I t < j I II It1 I April 2 211906 21 n O6 ii p p6 p6I t1 Fourteenth nt Page i > age THE SUN I The I Czars CZ lIrs Spy SpyContinued SIPYContinued SpyContinued Continued fromTenth from Tenth Page Pageus us Tho The shot shb had been fired as a nsignl11 nsignl11tb signal signalthat signalthat that tb t wo wobad had been b 1i sighted and were pur pursued purUld pursued sued Other shots rang out mingled mingledwiththo mmgledwith r withtho with the wild exultant shouts of the thoguards th thguards theguards guards as stliel they bore < down full upon us usand usI usand and an then I knew that notwithstanding notwithstandingour I I I our ourcscapewo escape wo wore now lost They Theywere Theywore t were wereto too close upon us to admit of ofelud elude eluding eludeI I ing them The peril rll we had dreaded had hadfallen hadj hadfallen j fallen The Finns presence pre cnco on the bank bankhad banlet I t ik had evidently ey dontly n been detected by bra a boat boatdrawn b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 21 April 1906

Pr 1 1a 1April 9 a I Apflf2t April 21 1 1O6 6 THE Tiii1 SUN LJN c Fifteenth Pag6 ag w Wm rgin Burbridge BurbridgeREAL REAL ESTATE ESTATEBargains ESTATEBargains ESTATEBargains Bargains in Improved and Unimproved UnimprovedProperty UnimrovedProperty UnimprovedProperty Property Correspondence solicited solicited12C solicited12i 12C Laura Phane 1145 1145JOSEPH 1145JOSEPHZAPF 1145JOSEPH JOSEPH JOSEPHZAPF ZAPF ft CO COJACKSONVILLE COJACKSONVILLE COJACKONVI JACKSONVILLE < LE FLA FLASolo RAI RASolo FLASolo I I Solo Distributors of tho Celebrated CelebratedANHEUSERIUSCH CclobrateclANHEUSEIIaUICHIIEEIIS CelobratedANHEUSER ANHEUSER ANHEUSERIUSCH ANHEUSEIIaUICHIIEEIIS 1USCH BEERS King of All AllAlso AllAlso AllAlso Also Wholesale Wines Liquors Mineral Waters Etc If you ouwant want Pure and Reliable Goods Goo < 1stf If you ou want a tho Best In Every Respect call on us usR usR x l R U On Our List ListOF OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS CUSTOMERSE CUSTOMERSC CUSTOMERS E i A I IWHOLESALE RIGKCR RIGKCR...

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