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  • 1JA1LY SUN UAlNEsVILLK FLORIDA AUttlST 3f 1909 I

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    H F CARY STEPS

    TO TOP OF LADDER

    FORMER JACKSONVILLE MAN

    GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT-

    W H Tayloe Becomes General Agent

    of Passenger and Freight De-

    partments of Southern

    WASHINGTON D C Aug 2 By

    Southern railway executive order ef-

    fective Saturday Sir W II Tayloe

    now general passenger agent wns transferred apd appointed general agent of the passenger and freight departments with headquarters at No 202 Railway Exchange building

    Denver Col Mr Tayloe has greatly Improved

    health and In Ida recent visit to Washington be appeared entirely well The office of general agent at

    however being a very Important one Mr Tayloe preferred to accept

    this opportunity to remain IB Colo rado for a longer period

    Mr H F Gary who succeed Mr Tayloe as general passenger agent U 35 years of age Is a native of Au- gusta Ga and has been with the pas nIger department of the Southern railway for many years starting as stenographer and occupying various positions In the department Including for several years past position of as- sistant general passenger agent at WasBlngtofl

    Mr C A Kline will be promoted to be chief clerk of the passenger de partnent at Washington

    There will be no other changes In this department except of the cuato nary advancement and lining up of the clerical forces

    The want ads do wore real estate Bustaesa than all other broken coav- Maedln fact they start most of the Business that brokers a 4- aieata lash

    CASTORIA Ill laiutts and Chilirta-

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    Eignaturo of

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    Odd Dressers

    Wash Stands

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    Refrigerators-

    Ice Cream Freezers

    Vuclor Porch Shades and Poch Rugs

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    REGULATOR

    JULY RAINFALL 1645 INCHES

    Heaviest Precipitation Recorded for Any Month In Ten Years

    Weather Observer P H Bell re- ports 1645 Inches rainfall for the month of July that heaviest for any- one month In tea years

    Following Is the precipitation as by Mr Dell from January 1

    1900 to date Precipitation at Gainesville Fla

    Monthly fr Jan J toO to July Si IMf Inclusive

    1900 1901 1902 1903 January 39S 389 515 February 185 920 343 529 March 7S5 697 415 6G3 April 783 160 170 37 May 405 203 114 505 Juno 1012 866 821 571 July 415 7 6 485 572 August 233 9J 877 963 September 266 4 1042 412 October 239 330 330 70 November 69 27 427 25 December 434 297 73L 149

    Total inches 5224 5907 5182 4916

    January 1179 94 300 SI February 283 329 173 87 March 135 264 157 32 April 183 154 56 30 May 88 427 667 391 June GAS SS2 1055 435 July 733 8SO 1028 C7S August 429 llJO 44 655 September l 5 599 229 950 October 277 295 1S3 257 November 263 4 11 23S December 232 5GU 35 451

    Total inches 4905 5973 4343 4555

    Total

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    English OifRcult t PVeneune The difficulty of Engllab for stran-

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    a word of the spoken language- as of course vice versa a treat many English an Americans car read and write French long before they can an- dcrstand or stake themselves

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