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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 1906
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00530
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Other version: 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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\ VOL. XX1H. NO. lif.G GAINESVILLE, FLOIIJ IrA. WEDNES1)A; > DtCEJIUER\ 5, lilOli! ( TEN CENTS A WE

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; Held; secretary of commerce and labor mense majority of his colleagues on '

CONGRESS CONVENES Oscar I*. Strauve; associate Justice -I the bench to declare a law solemnly NEGRO CONFESSES

of the supreme court. William If. PRESIDENT'SMES enacted by the congress to be "uncon ;

Moody. tltutlonal and then to deny to the

AL RATIONAL CAPITAL SOUTH GEORGIA STILL RAIDED. .4 government tbe right to have the supreme STORY OF MURI '1//

court definitely decide tbe question.


Passage of Appropriation Bills Big Moonshine Plant I* Fourm In n.C E It.Is wen no recollect that' the real _
Implicates White
Thorns County F efficiency of the. law often depend not Man In

Chief Business. Thomasville. Ja. Dee: 4.-What upon the passage of act a* to which ing of Bullard

was probably the largest revenue raid< there Is great public excitement but

MEMBERS ON HAND PROMPTLY In the history of the couth wa consummated upon the passage of act of this nature

by Revenue' Officer Z. H. as// to which there I I. not much WHITE t MAN ALSO ARRES ,\

Introduced Norton and C. D. Williams on the Lynching Discussed at public excitement because there I* lit-

Aeruitor. Penroet- a ReolutJon plantation of D. F. Lewis, 12 miles tlo public understanding of their Importance -

Calling for All Information north of TbomaavlIIe, on. the Och- National while the Interested partiesare He Say. Cu breath Was Chief Act
Length as a
lockonee river this week. keenly alive to the desirability of the Killing of Storekeepe
Regarding Dismiss! of the Negro Sixteen hundred gallon of beer defeating. them. The Importance of \ I

Troop. at Ft. Reno, Okla. nough to make about 260 gallon of Evil. enacting Into law the particular bill in Described by Negro Found en]

whisky' was seized, a poplar box still question is further Increased by the Person of a White Man.

The two houses of_congres* wore with a metal bottom eight feet long fact that the government Las now definitely ,

culled. to order .t 12 oak Mon- and four. fee*,\,;Jde and twenty-eight began a policy of resorting to Mount Vernon. Ga. D< ;
.cia,. inches deep, with a capacity of 275 NOT A RACE QUESTIONControl tbe criminal law In those trust and Interstate negro by the name ofVe_: j Gr
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la understood.haa commerce where such was arrested at Lothalr, in ,_:.j: r
Senator Foraker, It gallon, was destroyed.It case a .
decided to offer In the senate is estimated that the value of the ('onrse.offers a reasonable chance of ty. and brought to Mount v : n :

.early tht. week a revolution to inquiry property to be moonshiner was about of Combinations of Capi- success. At first as was proper. every lodged In jail charged ,,ju
'900. If the liquor bad been run off effort was made to enforce these law Implicated In the murder of A>'
into the dismissal. from the ofa
army and sold, the government 'would have. by civil proceedings but it bas become Dullard, in hi. store, at K.tbc: :
,, battalion of the Twenl-CfLh United tal a Paramount -
been the loser by about '*86. Increasingly evident that the action ' ,In tbe county, on Monday nl;:'t.)
State infantry (negroes) as a re- 19th of November.
No of the government In finally deciding "
arrests bays been made In the Issue.
ault of the "shooting up" of Urownrille *- case, latrt startling development are .. In certain case to undertake criminal Suspicion' eeemed to point ta It

"- Tex. on the Qlabt! of August expected ;wjtnn the next few day*. .. proceeding wa justifiable and. negro ae being at least a parr: to

13tb, last The revenue officer think they have. ". though there may have been come con murder and when be was arrr,

The senator's resolution; will request some valuable evidence that may entangle AN INCOME TAX DEMANDED spicuous! failure In these case, we he readily confessed, He stM ,

president bare bad many .successes which have plicated a man by the name of 1 '"
The or the war department som* of the most prominentmen "
undoubtedly had a deterrent effect up. D. Culbreath. as being the rht-'l:
In the .
1p furnish the senate with all the county.Estimate ztr
Mr. Roosevelt Advocates Free Trade For' on evildoer, whether tbe penalty In. tor In the nra tter. Sh, : ..f, d
,tact (In the including especiallythe
case
meted was In the shape of fine. or Imprisonment. linrch with several deput ,
evidence on which the order of of Cotton Crop. Federal aDd and penalties of both
I Philippines. Marriage to the home of tbe dead nun talCulbreath. .,
dismissal was based. The purpose New Orleans, La. Dec 4. -Th kinds have already been Indicted by he was found *i r'.

-of asking for the data Is to permit cotton crop". estimate of the the Divorce Law and HaiJte* the courts. Of course where the Judgecan ceased' home and brought;: & !be ; .ftl r

jadament'wbeth.r Tiroes-Democrat, based on reports of see his way to Inflict too penaltyof
clear an injustice ; oance of Strong Nary.I lodged In Jail.'
correspondent over the entire cot- --
Imprisonment the deterrent effect :
baa been done any of the members of I They negro Grimes says that
the disgraced organization. I ton crop output of 1904-07 at 12.4DO.- I of the punishment on other offender' I* went to the store at Dullard OBJ t:
000 bole. The estimated by I increased but
crop sufficiently heavy fine
The bee been raised I night of the murder at a late be .
question state follow: Alabama, 1,250- To tbe Senate and House of Ilepreentatlresj accomplish much. Judge Holt of the 8M
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** that they entered the store, the
whether the dismissal without honor
000 Atkan a.. 950,000 New York :
; ; Florida BO- I district court in a recent
'' dealt the first blow witneavy
which 'the negro infantrymen Buffer 000; Georgia 1,600,000 toulsiana, A* a nation we still continue to en decision admirably stated the need for gro
.d doe not them Illegally of bludgeon, knocking Bt: {wtsfrt,
deprive
900.000; Mississippi l.&OO.OOO I Joy a literally unprecedented proe- treating with Just severity offendersof i
jntlllary right. such as pension, ad- North Carolina, 600,000: South Carolina. parity, and It Is probable that only this kind. Ill opinion run In part senseless. and that Culbreata 1
mission to soldier homes, eta. 'I came up with an ax and finishes< j
900,000 Tenneeece and Oklahoma reckless speculation and disregard of a* follow;
The question of spelling undoutedly killing.In ,
700,000; Texas and Indian legitimate business method on the Judge Holt fkietW."The ]
will receive .attention\ the hands making his confession the amid
'territory, 4000000. These figure ii
I part of the business world con mo government' Idence to ee- that Culbreath had in his
of congress this week. Tb. subcommittee -
are an estimate of the actual growth' terlally mar this prosperity tabllsh the defendant guilt was clear
of the house committee I aion an automatic Colt's revolver
OQ..approprl.tlona. of the year and do not Include lint-1 j I t No congress In our time has don conclusive' and undisputed. Th"*case IGI.'It
when he was arrested a revolver!
which prepared the er. repacks or other addition/ of the more good work, 'of, Importance loan wars a flagrant one. The transactions

.appropriation legislative, executive bill report and that judicial measure sort.Werrl.d. ________________ I I the prevent congress There were sev.era whirls ''took place under this Illegal The this kind negro was cay found that In Culbreatb his possess bad]
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I I I matters left nnflnlebfed at your contract w('''re very large the amounts .
to the full committee! :Monday, by Wife, He Took His Life. 'I last esAion. however. which X mot of rebate returned were considerable.and revolver at the time of. the! murder

with the old form of spelling*retain" WtUburg. I'a. Deo. 4-Drth letter earnestly hope ;you will complete before the amount ef the rebate Itself The negro also says tbattb s

.4, and It will be for the committeeto written by himself In hi. pocket. your adjournment wa large;; amounting to more than with which h* atrucU the Sal .1Ii

decide whether the old form shall declaring that hie wife had driven 1 Crpertln Campaign CentributUn. one-fifth of tbe entire tariff charge for man. together with the ax ue4j -

be UJMKt There I. a possibility that him to d..tbV.. C. AU. .nbriak., 1||I I again recommend a .law prohibit tbe transport*tlou of merchandise from Culbreath. a* well as a gun atl

'the congressional record will contain' for three year employed a* a master log all corporations from contributing this city to etrolt. It Is not too much from Bollard' store the Diehl of

both>> style. of spelling. mechanic In the ordnance department to the campaign expenses of any party. to say. la my opinion that. If this business murder will be found burial la

.Senator Penrose Introduced a reoluilon .Washington, D. C.. hanged hlm- Such a bill has already passed one was carried' on for a considerabletime .sawdust pile at CulbretUns saw

calling on the president for all elf at the engine building plant of hous* of congress. Let Individuals. con on that busls-that Is. If this dls> "JI. parties who went to search 1

Information regarding the dismissal Macintosh, llemphtll A Co. Austder- tribute a* they desire, but let n* prohibit crimination In favor of this particularhjpper theee artlclea' have not yot mat 4i i

ot a battalion of negro trope at Iteno brlnke waa honorably discharged from 'In effect.* fashion all corpora was mad with' an eighteen. to report whether or no this U

Okla. on account of the affray at the navy yard on Nov.. i7, and came lions from making contribution for Instead of a twent.h.... cent rate It 1* not known at this time robe

DrownsvUI, Tex. to IMttsburg M few day later. Ac.cording any political purpose. directly or''Indli and, tbe tariff rat. was maintain commltmen trial will be givrn u

The fact that both house of con tohi* letters, his wife reIdee I i I rectly.J ed a* gainst their competitors two men. but It la thought that t I

'.gres were to meet for the short ssaton at No. 313 Fourteenth street t J I Qvrnmnt Right ef Appeal In result might -. and not laaproba* will probably be tried one day a

had the effect early. In the day of Northeast Washington. II I Criminal' c...*. bly would be. that their competitors week. -
would be driven but of business.
I
gtvlng the capitol an of I
appearance Another bill which baa Just paned Thl crime Killed by Robber.
If one which In 1U natureL
.activity such aa It has, not present* Crated by Oriefv He Killed Himself. on* bowie of the <<"OGcr.Dd which deliberate and premeditated. I think Tuscalooca. Ala. Dec 4 -*

-.4 since adjournment last June. The Cleveland 0. Dee. 4.-Cnued by It 1. urgently necessary should be enacted over. a fortnight elapsed between the playing In the neighborhood ofwe.c..na
,Brat day of a session never develops>> Into law 1. that conferring
grief because he had accidentally killed upon date of palmer letter requesting the elevaaor' here Sunday tj
much of interest to those used to at. his cousin, Btephen Ternesec. 20 the &O..meathe right of appeal In reduced rata and tbe answer of the mall boy found the dead,. body>>

trndtag the eeeeJon. of roogreee, but year old, committed suicide la Not- criminal case oa question of law. railroad: company deciding to grant; It.and a white man which after la..u
no Gtb.Sa of a .. s4on This right exist la of the
seems too many state
euburb. tberi AJrhOb
tlagnm a The two were for month afterward this Lion, proved to be Scott
> *ee greater charm for the It exist 'la the District of Columbia by
averagecltlten
cleaatac a ahotgun and while It business carried
wasIn wa on and these who was reared ln lichens
lloCh member and visitor* the act of the congr*. It I* of course not claim for k
ba""oOfr.naeetO., U wa discharged rebate submitted month and who was well known her
found the great bulldlag In excellent. propose that In any case a verdict forth
tastaatly kllllag Stephen. after month sad check In payment of lot been actively engaged la:: paat.:
a eft ape to receive them. V.at.. Is KlkU. o..4 11; year, nealisinx what defendant on tbe merit should beset them drawn month after month. Sucha here for *...era! months Mr Arc!
the structure. It ttaa beea thoroughlyrvaovated had I aside. Recently la one district violation of the law ta tis *' 1
happened, T.raoeeo.ran Into the {] where th. bad my opinion bald It *seems started for
both Inside and oat, dur government indicted crI ta lt.-etitla! I "
yard and turned the gun upon him' ; nature avery muchmore on Saturday evening and w -*
lag the recee and It looked a. clean tat a persons for conspiracy In connection befnoae set than the ordinary as !
.If. dyt** almost laataaU,. I with rebate the coon sustainedthe route was waylaid and robbed
o4 Javttlng' ss many a newer build. I I I common: ,, vulgar crime which come' before were *c
dfeadot demurrer while In another watch and II In money J
tag All of the "
committee room criminal< court: constantly for ,
I ponUhment h
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Glass Imltstten ef n'I... Jurisdiction aa Indictment forconspiracy missing from his pocket
nave been rejuvenated and the two sod< which arise from aoddeanasfo \
New York Dee. 4.-Waraiags are to ebtala rbte.. has been pockets turned oat. Ill .fefouad ::
>chsrnbers completely Sea *> or This
eJMae4ap. temptation. crime la
r rice and member of the house be being ...at oat by Importer* of preo* sustained by the court convictions. obtained I this case was committed by men of I 1 I literally crushed sad eMf'
too untWr It and two defendants be found yt
stones to wholesale sad retail pot where wa
edocatlea
>Va to arrive eartla the day a4 aad of Urge bashes ..pert.NMfti -
dealer to be beware of gtase taunt sentenced te ln prison me-at. Tbe twecos whose found *a Iron which doc 'ss
the '
were tnay ** referred to be la real ef > c.1
sot hands
taltoat of tables emeralds aa4 sap* may we each that might have the work at the -
\ia the corridor they been
The .. .ft..ee and of on the the late door cam.pe1gtl I phtre that have. been o4! la large coafttct with serb other bat It I. vnfar expected to Mt.na example of obedi and m1u. ...... H. 8 Ea .

qua&tlUee la the last week: or two to tUMt that there hoakl evea be oappareat t core le law. npoo the maintenance of man working for the Cr&*t =a :-
were a fruitful enure. of ,.*
mark. sad although ..at... '., a Freech. firm designated coattlct, At pcexnt there I* which ..... la this reentry the e cuil- company I. la th* cnaaty Sig ,
many of the : the '. ao wy by which tbe gevraaot. can of It 1 sold that apdoa re <*
parties a* strutted* MO.a .. ( ty their property depend It was *
meeting* were Wtwr. ncpabUcaasiaad |(11 I. said that of the ImltaUoo manse" such a conflict, when It occur' committed' him he talk qaHe fre7 ca
Democrats some j cm behalf ef a great r.ltred aa
there wa* wo."I".. I te be solved by aa.ppel to a hithercourt I .. ca: t r
have anly ready hee* sold nader the I'I I corporation, which. like ether railmd abject of ills waersahotc
or any but the be'* f. *t. J
g. Then.woowtrs. ] say the wbeet* ef Jastle are
i kaaceagktieg
j some sea to holiday b.yer*. }I corpmratlov. ha received< grata eight of the tragedy lid
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gaeraiiy xprd the blocked withe* any real d t.taa et
lUmtty from the state Urge
.tat..ta.
cad
opinion that the short .cniu. woa4wttnr I I tb. qaeetloa. I caaaet toe vtrocurty . vntable
prlrtl**** far the mbitee
** little. tecuutloa beyoad llepert Are Unha.od.d. *! arc the passage ef the taint. qoewtioa I lenience cue
and
pa.sac.n< the apprwprUtlua' bill. U..I Adte>Aheha. A ".. 'a1a. Doe ".-;, ... failure pe It wta awn la eerVeosly < **4 pbH its ftMwttocbs ewe which set twrfortasP : Ct....... Beyeett Fetf..

' It any one thtak we wtu not The report of the tttaee* of Ming baaipertajc" tb* gwei.aaaeat to. It* I rbsrtvd" wttfi th* Mcfcewt wMch I* Ilovg IO ..... Peg. 4 -Axse

raosn.tblai to talk buet he baa aaother -1 ),,1..11;. which are attractiar coax effect to ebt bs Jwtlce. eepectaQyC the tray**. .. kMi ef it* bastae fcMgat9aa** to treat ta I .Uag hoe bore hell at C -.-a:::

.- cveee. eaJd oe of ,.... eat there 4traW. attsaUoa la Rare**. o.tag to . .la-t weaHoy todtvWaata er eorporaitoe the due... .f thU cwuotry **s e and e>oo1der The 4&rpa.aI of

.was a orvAera agaateeceaee.At I the *KM IMmy ot coaiB&katleae ta the that Oe wr\ag_ ant. may ales at te Its baslo > 6 rants tmaeerthed to .ataa the
early eat *** .
. with mj* t
IS:44 the usaste aajeeraed mate **..eeloa to the U,..... are maroaad- p e-vest ........... t.aa e6Ca.. \ ntevtmlant4.sra bet-ewes ........t **.- real boycott oa AJaertraarse4 t......

T*+*day. i ed. A ItttHh syndicate ho *c..lr.4 tat JasHice: fee. wagewerfcers waeore | s. ...- A&Twut ........ ef ttta*. uesk, wm. a4o* ,
tae weir hJtoem coal falls ta i aril th........... able .Qett4y to ..... t Lis . . bc" eetahtUh. tatfwtrtsJl
The how a Joand at 12 U ... I Jaye.tat. .e M . .... to see .....,
The pcsidwt eY the f.il..tagoauaatl.as . .. **..* % tees. where %Wat jpatef.hjnHa.Sl* We 7 JMfctafrsr ..... ..iva; s.evc7 and jirsof. ef whscan with ue object ta. view ef a.tztea4at
cwort has b.*.*i acosasi ..., ,
fcs the whale; .M v roJaTlisii to satssa .* ., toreigmOty Kites'
I have etpewtflcalty 1Ja view a rwcernt ..> ]i ...
ban r.tarry W ts. Ita .ey. Oeeta.Ii atthqahs desk ren.n. 1 I the Ama.J atoe. JI =;-'4.... act warn
. . I rfatsa hfr a rlistrkt Jejdce k-ata. pelt.way pees w .. ,... T AtlMt Wt e.*..
Oortelyoa. . .. teaecal. Cao .... XVe. 4.-.Aa earth wtCaevt rrprJ ywN. *

3 1'& _apart, *. yoet.a*'*r ...s.tal.4eL .. e*.w.a ....... < .vocals. wa f.Jt ehtHa vle4eta.M e-jrUy-., a ........ es CtI rvesetly r..s latest. far. .; aar. 1;"if ...... t4mat __ .,... ,.,. ; W..w.,,._. Z>sc. 4, -- .. .'
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t' r 1 : 'tor H. MMelad'! .. ., '.. lies es.weq orw.st earl tawaYt & ttheaaeftaed7a1
eNttr1 t..1ast # Nil iamage mis. a *.ac.* eHssjrtrt r*',. sgetet ,' ...
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THE DAILY dUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. DECEMBER 5, 1905 .

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GREAT BARLOW MINSTRELS. :-' : ...'. .
MRS. SARAH J WINDROM. .
CONDUCTOR SWAILS '"
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Return of the Old Favorites to .': : ; :. :

STRUCK BY BOTTLE o Gainesville Next Saturday Night.
a r Coburn'. Great Barlow'a Minstrelsw ' n T .0.'SO"F.f7.:)
the attraction fast titan* at the
Assaulted,by Two Negroes on I leaser Grend and drew' a fair honi...,, ITj-i':? aQ '" .....
t "'iKh WMS.hopinion "f _M that 'I. v" .".. -...
Gainesville and43ulf Train. 1: ? *- :
in Ursarred a urowdrd hou.). It I* M sN ili .
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strong company ..u, figurehead*,
HEAD WAS BADLY INJURED ''esn.
chair-warmer*, sane swellbeadsI
!I I I why think their names. are eofUctivnt bIAMONL4i
Were Tr'ln.
Negroe Passengers on :
attraction for the theatre-going: pubs ;
And When Conductor Attempted to !I I lio j' .

Collect Fare One of Them Struck Every man. In the company/ls an artst. -

Him Over Head The vocalists are the best that .
have been this way la sometime, and We 'nre one of d
Chi*.A. )feKlnD.,. of Lonlte, who Mr. Sarah Windrom of Chicago the chorus Isby long odds the sweetest :' the U tgest users ;

t of an assault by two eolored President of the United State, and been heard on the stage I ID years Sole Leatherin
passenger on"the Gainesville and Golf grandniece of Alexander Hamilton, It was the same way with the end WA the World
railroad upon Con doctor Swall at who signed the Declaration of lode men and the specialty artists. Everyman
'Or ah am the night before. The trooble pendence.-sayss had a good part to fill on the program The other
roe, It *eem., over the payment of a "Vinol I* Godsend to old people.I and they worked with a will. materials used
far, when one of the negroes, known am 70 years old, bat bare a' hearty They had to work too, forthe audience WC MAKE"MOSt i iti Diamond i OLD STYIZ Qtr
r .. "$liek," oddenly "truck the con- appetite sleep soundly, and feel active I oalled on every vocalist and nut SHOttTHJUAJTYOTHIKMCtat Mf+r'' rand Shoes<< are TANNED SOU
doctor the head with bottle and well today thank Vinol. .r just GS superior. LEATHER MAB, ,
over a to !specialty to repeat over and over IN Tttt WEST ;: DIAMOND
which he took from hie pocket Inflicting When I wa young cod liver oil wa ,agslnsotbatthe program was really .. SHOES WUI5AJKT MUJW
an ugly and painful wound. dispensed In a greasy, unpalatableform trebled before the curtain went down ..a : ASK YOUE. DIAUR.

Conductor a+ all., who was the only and It fairly gagged me to get It : for the last time. p
whit man In the colored oompurt-' down. Vinol I I. entirely different, very The first part was something new.
meat of the ear at the time, shoved palatable and nourishing to impoverished It repr..eoled."The Twentieth Century : !
the negroes to the door and kicked blood. It .In the finest bole and Aerial Special." a monster airship
them'oft the platform. One of the ne- nglhcreator I ever used In my I which was an exquisite arrangement -
r Itroe escaped, bat Slick," the man life. and most pleasing to the eye L.
who struck: Conductor Swath, wit arrested Our local druggist, W. M. Johnson, The songs, jokes and specialties. were LO iS'.REMOVAL
' and taken to Starke, where "ayes all new and well received by the enIhuslastlo -
ii preliminary trial was to hare been "This Is because Vinol contain In a audience.Natchez ()II...)
held Tuesday. concentrated form all the medicinal :Democrat

Upon reaching Sampson City, Can and body*bollding element of cod This popular company will appearon
doctor 8. ,1I.' woood was temporarily : liver oil, taken directly from fresh I Its annual visit at the opera house SALE

bandaged, and received proper medl- I cod' liver, with all the useless oil Saturday evening, December 8, and .. ..
cal treatment upon reaching aaln..UI. ..- eliminated and tonic oil added. will no doubt be favored by a packed
on the return trip. Fortnnatly *- "There are hundreds of old peopleIn house *
the wound.'while tjalte painful will Gainesville' who need Just men a In order to reduce tock, having been farced to vacate our present loci
not prove of a serious nature but will strength-maker and ti..ue-bullder aaVinol Early to Bed on January 1, we wjsh to offer our entire stock of IMPORTED CHINA]

-came the popular conductor consider and we can only ask: every such And early to rise,makes one healthy CUT GLASS at greatly reduced prlc a.
able for few to Vinol offer happy and wise especially If take
annoyance a daya. person try on oar to ref you
At the same time we will offer our entire and new stock of FANCY I H
torn If Herblne before A.
money not benefited. -W. M. retiring. positivecure
DAY GOODS, prices that will be to advantage.We .
The New Office Building.! I Johnson, Druggist for constipationlyipep.ia and your _

Th. Haymans building, corner of NOTB.-Whll* we are sole agents for all liver complaints' Mrs. 8-, Co have the largest and beat selected stock In Central Florida of BOJ
"West. Main street 8. and-East Unionelr..ts Vinol In Gainesville I* now for sale incrbtaT.nn.writes s "I always keep TOYS STATIONARY, DRESSING AND TOILET SETS SOUVENIRS,
the second<< story of which !s at the leading drag store In nearly supply of your Herblne on hand. Am TALS AND POST CARD ALBUMS, and other fancy novelties.
toeing fitted up for office* la destinedto very town and city In the coontr,. so well pleased with the relief It gives We are headquarter for Pipe and Smoker Article
become the mod popular, aa wall .s Look: for the Vinol agency In your In constipation. and all liver complaints Agent Waterman's.Fountain Pen.
one of the moat modern of Its kind' In town. .. that words can't express my
ibis ,"'Ion. -- appreciation." Sold by W. M. John You Will Save Monty by Buying Now.

Th. building will contain number Th News From Archer. aon. ___________
of offices en salt, which will be taste Archer Dec. 8.-Quit* a number of Attention Woodmen After January 1 we will be fitted op Inour new quarter In the store(
;, 'tally and conveniently arranged. Not Archer and vicinity oltlsens took: In corner of East Liberty and East Main street (VIDAL'S STAND), whet
withstanding that the workmen have the State Pair at Tampa, and report It Alachoa O.mp'No. I, W. O. W., will solicit a eontlnuanoe of your liberal patronage.
hold Its regular meeting In the
not jet finished, tenant are beginningto lodgeroom
a grand *ne..... Your respectfully
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move In. Attorney 0.0.V., Boo Dr. lllshop and wife of Holder are Thursday evening, December' 0,

Held and K. O. F. Sanchec. and Dr. at the home of Dr. n.r.*.. Dr. Bishop at which offloers will be nominated ..nd.I.otad A. L. VIDAL & CO.
-Clyde L. Carter have already moved contracted blood poison while in for the ensuing year, and other
Important business will be trans ,
sod Attornefa Christopher klatb.eon
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discharge of duty and lost his thumb. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.
W. K. Baker and ,K. O. Baxter *ipeot Dr. DePass amputated It on Friday, acted. A full attendance desired
to eecupy suites In a few d.,.. assisted by Dr.Gnnter of Brooson. J. B. BaooKs: O. O.
L. A. JBBJUOAM, Clerk.:
The Armstrong Show Rave two days' me"r.A.nra: : 1TD xoeo.
A Mlraculoua Cur.
performanee this week to foil houses.
Th. following stat.m.ut by It. M. The Jones Dog and Pony Show wll Bullets Drop Seven Negro.
.Adam and ware Henrietta, Ia., will exhibit h.,. on Wednesday.. Jacksonville. Fla. Dec. 4.Seven
negroes shot three of whom win die, H.F.DUTTON&CA
'Interest parent and othera. "A ml Will Taylor has
accepted a positionas
I. the result of
a general row and
raoulou our ha taken plae In oor clerk for J. K. Totn.
horn. Oar child bad e ima 6 year n shooting affray growing out of an old
Mr. and Mr. W. A. Wood are. again feud at Marietta 7 miles frfon Ibis
and was pronounced Inearable when plesssntly. located In Archer for the city. Those fatally wounded are Lester
ore read about Ele trlo Bitters, and winter Th. Woods have a home In Urunaon, Alex Prime and James ::s A "Txi K:

ooeladed to try "It. Tutor* the teaond Bo.lonwben they pad the summer. ...dl.,.. They are la the hospital
bottle was all taken w* noticed a The r*.Id...*. of R. B, Hodgson and here for treatment aa are the other
ehaag for the bttr, and after takingT -AND DEALERS IN-
I C. W. Rruknlghl h.". bn receiving four wounded mn. liven negroes
bottle he wee completely. eored.t ." several coats of paint which adds : charged .with doing the shooting have
J.', the uptd..,. blood medicine and' mush to their appearance. been arrested and are In jail her*. Seta I81arn d Oot3to:
body bttlldtog tout. Guaranteed. OOa Miss IdaCbarnblln wee la >Mlsanopy The climax came through one negro
*
sod 11 at all drag stores tact week visiting friends. strlklag: smother with a feaee picket.

...-. _.. .- ....-- .- .. -- Frlenda of each armed themaelve and
Chtsdrea'sM the,.war b..... Th* Jawbone of one
D***:eer4.sake bastes,ray .e4 M=l iro alma ... no.-ue &u.....
I"X.StcT10HAl Favorite Ionia la While'. Cream of the negroe was shattered sad his ne......>.of"'ka.Mak.n........ ., .....eo.rssaa..e.55"
; [ Vermlfog th. for and all taogue abet oft. ..........f aontile....... ap..isJ.see:trip r. maklag e.oee.we ......S ..
V. cure worms ....- ......,.eke 17.....a.....
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children* disease It not only kills
,tzI the worms,but remove tkamaeosand The Great Headache Cure.BromoPepsin. ,
slime In which they build their nest..
It* action on the child Is mild and -
lave him ,la a healthy condition Jo Gila.e8v, : .11..o -

1>..,.1. Burma. T..... aye that he
gave one of his children While's "Xt* the w.... IVpaln.**
Cream Vermlfog when' the doctor
thought ,It had eolie, and from the II L. .....we, ID UOl,
first doe th. child rased 79 worm. ItI5eIHb. lenomess
liifAfPcotitub For sal by W. M. Johaeoa, Christmas
1iK1t On the .Spot.
Ep'W.thM' M...", ..
Ho 6fliU) Absolttelj> Harmless.vst .
Th* Epworth I.e.... of the Meth
T :aE: : : G 'tJ" 1'1' :N' odlslchar hM the monthly basin. A*t4.ee ss, ......aM....

meeting oa Monday, *..*.... Afterth AUI av
oal rport the following otflrer. J. Vf. JlrCOLLUX A ('0., DraniU
SECTIONAL SYsTKU of bookfcous.*i were .1.*, d for th.nest yean PrrsUdat. sash R M...aai 11.... ass. 0a'If+5raf.. n. GoodsToys

lag sad filing is acknowledged th e' It. )t:, Huffman first vl..-pr..U -- --
deer, ,V.I.. rrpri **od vie*
tadr of all '"unit" .J.,*...., b* )*u.. prrsUeat... Myrtle. le.rellskivd To. The Public

of It.OObIl'n\.o.lt.o.. exmrenUnc. *S"*.-l r.*.4al. )tin Mary DsOuta{ :
resole *l....>|r..ida,, Mi.. Lilly >Ma. Dolls
.,oeU...., t.at*-1. *b ni work and sort secretary. Ml* Ma.4. Nevillestr Games,
I am now th.*... preerletor af ta. ,
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Ontalu asar r. MKlalry ; orgaai.

2LOl.l.UR..ll UIlO Miss Leas Tooy t ...., >E0we> .Uk Era, shop feraaerly operated by ta. Baird Fancy Novelties Wholesale and Retail! !

, Harry Klaawbrew.WRI. ,, ,- .. ...- .
-,---,-- Hardware O.ay.sat will_tla*eta -
:to.l1xnUOlUtlO
|........, N....,. FMEWORXS solicit the of the tn':'
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.bssle5.e alike M. sit tjMS. All pitroan ,
\' 111LE J>OOn.&. every ......* ahooVI knew that Ito .. . .,;; -. ,r: .earne.Yaa :: eacsxa: :_ryes. J. .
health ,. IwpOMlbl $teNeueh-yet s$4 In app..rro.. 4ra"c4. Pole*'* Kidney Oar .... :c..bwtft tietier. tyas STORES
AU tree b.adr as 4 ee r....,t.. of see. ear ht4a. ..y aMt b444r 4*..... tn BOOK
*4wu are entirely eilutl.ated.Gtr "eel f.ra. and Will bell.p .. ...

.'tfli&'.'. Ike..orgt.e so they: .wtt TUCK J. HTCVOT.rtavaWw. 45-47-tO West Bi -
...tf.... '..\f' r........ p.op.v", tTbet I.uJ Wets..sal
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brttlt dsbt
.ace..t N .
dsviHe Furniture Company Pala t .In W.y taet..v *sa,l*>y.. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.DREW'S .
.. tt >f..fs. Xtd C..r*> t* blest I.* ,
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t THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE.. FLORIDA DECEMBER 5, 190Giffe

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I. GOT $; ,OOO FOR HIS WEDDING.Man :: .

WANTS .*. CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY '
Who Taught Roosevelt Chess Is ,

STATION Under Arrest.
New Dee. ...."
AUNION York 4.' Naom Jaao- -1r'f

Ask :;rod ky, Wbo reprew4bted hlmoelf! tobe

BeforeCommission a former agent of the Mut isl Life

tee Will Appear llnsuranceeo1ipapy, reevaufv engaged,
: a. a 4lttiss expert *a l teacher and a
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i1roa Us Wall street agent for taming sock

PETITION was arratcHiod aDd committed to the

r!!tt PRESENT_ "Tombs Wi hoitl.,..ball, for 48 hour.

Influential Cit- AboutJAPALACI I to await rue outcome of extradition ',.

tit Hundreds of proceedings.! . ..'
Business Men Praying JasoKrod.sky la wanted In Michigan!
|t.,. and Companies be Instruct In connectign with a transaction by FO"'OF-t. TT.XN"GS E.A..Oa: : "VV"mmXo'-: =
t"l Railroad which he is alleged! to have secured BETWEENJacksonville

,Eret Union Depot. 110,000 from U... Slmbller. of Bay and Nev York
the question has agi- city, to cocr wedding expenses and
jtime Calling at CHARLESTON, 8.0., both ways
=: of naine..UJe In the failed to return the same.
peopie passenger stationnwdforeuch Jasogrod.-'ky admitted thin transac-' The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Ser'YlcoOlyde

of a'oDion. a station haa been lon which he sald. was of the type New and Southorn Linoe
England
bas advanced and In. known as an "exchange ofnotrs" and

.tHci.- ( until now It said tbat payment .bad been bad up- Freight Sorties Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON:: and
population
,Is necessity. on account of a dispute over the In- PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
K! a !
almost
.deemed and erest pajmcnta. The obligation was Calling at Charleston both ways.
,fiber of trains entering incurred. he said just prior to his
having been Increased S.EDatL.i-W jtiiEjaBCX--sr: : : s.A.2LINQB: :
&>seUy of the town. marriage last April to a daughter of Southbound. .. ......"..,. .From LewU' Wharf, B: *toa lr
lhllro'h We always have all kinds. the late Habbl.'Volt Lunaau. of Bay
H. authority Northbound..... ..From Footof Catherine JaekftonvtlU
days, .
eb. past few City.

rdJor Trade a petition has lie denounced 111s arrest as an uuhrage. Clyde St. Johns River Lino
that a onion 'result .
.edaiklng and tho of a conspiracy -
-.(station be erected by theN Superintendent of 1'ollc.1. NY. Hotwwmrt J.A.OKUONVIJ..LIO nnd t SAN"'OMD

railroads entering the city Murphy of liar City. and J. Orr Stopping at Palatka, Astor, Ileresford (DeLand).and Intermediate Landings
dOD bl'been generally signed LJrakll. strict: attorney for lj-iy on St. John River

I--boiin'i" 101 professional of men life, oner.County appeared against tho pris Steamers "CITY. OF JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DE BARY'r '
Ueldlfuln! all walk
: the result that BAIRDHardware Jasognxl -ky was arrested at his uptown Are appointed to all aa follows Leave Jacksonville dally osc.p'aurd.J..t
,,apitioo.with of Influential : home. here. In court he said 3&3O p. m. Upturning leave Banfurd* dally ex*

tnksndred names thereto. tbat be hail been admitted to the best wept-Hundays.-, --_..atttiSOa.-- m., -- ----_..
affixed
been -- - o
>.hm society ami had' had the hono r of ..weuba: ot. iij..IJUL.- ". "
Board of Trade has decided toitbis Read daw a. ....:r:... r
petition to the Railroad Co. teaching President Roosevelt and Leave .._.. . ...... .. ... Jacksonville . . ... ... ...Arrive *iCu am
that the other prominent personages to piny 8t45pm ... ......... . . .. ..Palatksi.. . . .... .. . .....Leave $0t0' pen
Mloo, praying request Phone 7. chess. He was able and willing, ho 8 tOO stn. .. ..... .. . .... . . .A a tor ... . ........ .... S i8O pmStBOpm
fed aDd the railroads be into Bald. to meet his financial obligations ." .............1l. .'ord (DeLsuid) ...... .. . . .. tttppm.
take steps toward: It* fol lie was prepared he said to turn- Arrive UtJJO am.......... .. .. ....... Sanford ._... .. .. .. .... ... . Pda0am.

I. lab ball In any amount up to $tbG>( ,- iOtOOam. . . ....,..._ ..j. '.'_' Knterprlae._ .. ..;::: ."' _._._ __

[7s>BmIttee com prising H. E. Tay Confident of Thaw's 000, If given the opportunity and was GENERAL PAB8. AND !!.Q t:=.! OFFICI.122: : W. MAY HT7 JACKHONML1JS;.

n.hler of the First National Acquittal.New enraged when tbe Michigan officials r. M IRONMONGER.......".0....>.... A.'., In Wise her.*.. Jft I O".tU..n..J
and Congress York. Dec 4 -Mrs. Harrr Insisted that he be locked VT.C. CXJOVlLH.Jr. rrl..ht Area, O. H LUV au... eel.
r Hampton
;B. K. Thaw 1.. confident ot the up. Yootof Ilorasstr.ea. Ja.Y.reel0e.y1a.
acquittal
i mot Clark, has been appointed of her husband at his forthcomingtrial The 'Information against Jam>Krod- A. O. IIAUKUTY.U Km V* !>--.A.t..N.w York. ULYIHMIUMK.O.s.rr....."..N' ..TeflrT1IEO.
.meat the Board of Trade 1 inslbs sky has been laid before Governor Q. KOKU: V..P..k (I. ).I..
for the killing of Stanford White.In .
presentation before the Hlgglns The' prisoner who was I O.s.ralCtt.etPt.r10North' Poser.sraa.a.UODrollwar.. rtew (ark

an Interview Sunday she said represented by. counsel Intimated that ,____________________________ ___0.- __ _, 0 _._ __ _
loo. .
B&e was already negotiating for ihjj
.".11110 doubt but that Oainea purchase of a home In Paris, *?ere he would tight etxradlUonCASTORIA. Take The Atlantic
issibsdly In ned of a union de she and her husband will take up Coast LineFOR

(Miijellr in the country. The their permanent residence If her expectation

inition here are a long distance of. his liberty Is realized 8 ALL EARTHLY POINTS.SouthSr

.bleb makes it very Inconven Airs. Tnaw said: "When Harry
teavc the prison we shall take the For InTanta and Children. Vie Via its
ilor the traveling public, to say

&t meet all trains,some of which America behind forever. f hare already .. ]utsausvui. Mwe.ee..0r
la tile city at the. same hour. made an arrangement with a Bears the ;"

qsiatly, there are time when It Paris real estate firm for the pucbaae. elpatureor tclCl. ZC Rapid Transit and Unnurjuiced Sorvico
of a modest house In the Champs elys r
wrydifleult for passenger to tea district. You ace bow certain I am N Time Table la effeet November 20. 1MM.
Clrria which la the '
, to
say
of Harry's acquittal. I would rather EVENTS ATTRACT PASTORSLast
FIVE
I Depart For OAINKHVILLK Arrive Front.ble '
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lIITanUIlE to ao unpleasant- live 1* Paris than la any othrr city

In i &rope. We both feel TT would Jr. 12Z a m o..I.L..sburg atd .00. as
never do for us to remain here after Two Days ef South Georgia Conf.r.nceProves tit. 1'.t.r.burg
1>.11, Dally
UA COUNTY SCHOOLS."Prlnl Interesting.Vatdoeta _
this trial so I am making all arrangements -
to locate permanently Ua ? Dec. 4--.There' were 1 zOOp m Osala t..eetNr. and 'ram ps, and 1..0 pia
I Awarded Educational Institutions the lo'rotnch.pU.I.." five great occasions at the South Daily lnt.rmwllat.l'ulate .0 4tfoa fa1.40pm
At Slate F.lr" Ueorgla conference' betwen Saturday
J..kaoam. 12atGp m
That's .Ill. afternoon and Monday noon.
jfcyriiuodent Dr. J. L. Kelley of Into fit of The first 'was tbe missionary rally A 4 106 a m North r...' snd 'V.., Vau y ( ,
Cough yourself a spasmsand
hosed of Public Instruction for: then wonder why you don't get Saturday night when Illahop Candler 11000 am JIah! dpringe. Wayeroee tisvannah. f'QIUI"Maa. 4t1$p-

lilt county has furnished The Bun writ. If you will only I try a bottle of made a great speech on mission In Dally Albany. Alisata. all 1'olats North. )East W...,. Dstly4tlbpm
fit of prizes awarded the China. Japan and )Cara7Ie took -
Isaf tilt county at the recent IlsIUrdV Horehoond Syrup your rough a special collection up for education 40sm
Tr will be a thing of the psst. It Is a south -I Itoeh.li.. llieanopy sad Curs -llo
which| |I. an excellent show al work In Korea, and these IJtallyl ,
*..l4. positive eore for coughs influenza who no limit totheir Dally
MoK the fact that only a Georgia people krvgw _. _._ -
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7>nft3ms- was devoted in getting giving' gladdened the great and
tia tsklblt, Had It been decided On. bottle will con.Ice. you-at your good man' heart with pledges reaching s00 plyro --j l'alatka -I'5t.0Z1a ..;" -: -
,'. foe and 100. Bold by j
f *U.irIlr to enter the contest. droltal. 25o. the sum of 4.000 and more.

W. M. Johnson. The swcond great occasion was the ___ _ .. ____ _. .
"wit" might have been .--- % .-. .;;;;;: .0 :;: -.=:::::.=:
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I' betas It I.. Alaehua dlf-I -- conference love-feast at 9 o'clock on ltd..; Mileage ". ..,*. good over l'fVQ aalUe of among the f>rta..*

"aIsK to b. ashamed of. Revises Customs Tariffs... Sunday morning This way the spiritual elpal' railways In the Southern Mates are o. sate by the prlMl|>al .....*, ...
N. 8. Dec. 4.--Alarmed" ot the eoftferoace sad a Oo
k.l4 b. Sydney climax Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to Mew York, via Atlantic *->
.in remembered that the pre by the rapid decrease In the population service of pentacmlal power. LI net also via Atlantle Coast LI. and Southern Railway
of this fair did not provide of St. Pierre Mlquelon. the The third great oeees4on was the For eomplete laformaKon.eallosi

teat* alas, but "'or the largest french government had revised the II odorit jrervfr! where UlsHop Wardpreeebed J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Agent Oaloeavllle.
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r1 O.IDC to the longer time customs tariff for tbe Island In order a sermon of tremendous Add r..tYuANt
is ly ...*, counties In collecting to stimulate business) fatereats power MI 121.- BtinUfleeae' of the r..- VIJrrOJf.(. PI., rase. Agt., W. D. IfTARK.TniT. Fa*..Agt3,
."rarlse their exhibits. It was four schooner entering the port for urreettoo No sivet; preacher than tM W. Clay st., Astor ItMlldlag.Ja.fc...vUs.ria.W. .
'"" ,,,*. should shelter and supplies the tax has niMV.m. has ben beard In J. CJlAIO.Tr.m.. )4.....,. WIII..a." C. 4'
quantity 100eIb ------- -- -- T. O. WIIIT 0...,., Pss.eager A..... r

of .htiae ,. been steadily drcrraHng by emigration (largta. for many a day. One charmof .. _.. .. --:--c. ._ _ ... _, . v' ',. ,- .' -----
tYtbu t<::*< So. 2a. was award- to the Canadian wes< and north his preaching Is that b* sterna .,- *

..** fur making the west.. _____ together aneossrkMs! of say uaas sssl.
u-f largest .
.A. B :D.
a
isd doll Junior high whoolcsat. --'- power or ability Ton tltlak ... t* S E..A. :E3 ,
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Makes the Liver Uvery.Orlno aylag a eomm o.p''.' thing at first .
|23. The Alaehoa .
eta s"a" a.ardedrII. Time Laxative Frolt Syrup gives bet H soon strikes you yet as some. Air Lino Railway
of habitual taiog great.Tfc .
prate< br IW besuwrttten permanent relief In cases
Ju- the lifer. fourth grestl oeesuOon was aHaiHlay
tick eonstlpatlon as It s tlmalate*
wk;ICbO'01ork.l oleo a amount $25. sad restores tbe ...a.aral108 of thebowels nUbt'av srvf** ..... lUabopCaa4ler . .on. . .
.. r received a prise of these tf.44ver.4 a ma..a.. diseeoers.
'" t..t apeeim. of .rtie.i without Irritatlsg esthartUs.orgsaeIlk. Io.enot : to a MIl"aC'.... from p laH to tbeWdewsHt. Savannah Columbia Camden Southe' a
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ordlaary ,
y step pill or ,
tbe best map draw II. >r"oef ed for more
111rae:JID',, BSo..... or art... cad> Is mild aIMS ..
.hoolPGpU., amoont. than aa hoar aa4 la .?... o( the sUcoenfoft Pines. Raleigh Richmond Wash-
pleasant to take. JUswinber the name of a crw.a.d bo.... ao OSM ,

b. a.:=ems 1 1. High Set.oat...,Orffco and ,.ro.. ..bldta'... JWMcCollom seemed axsJofts for Clot to stop. ington Baltimore Philadelphia .

a t;':. for the bat epalmea A Co. Tb fifth gust o*.***** was .t ,
.'e sd ::11orlE .. Use Stat a seal set whoa IHsaop' Ward
;T. JJ: ales for by grammarDrawing ......... .. j|...?_.t,.. read the sew .yp t.taa.*... New York
lbe bM' etc ....,. this gala er ..
2'a4 Tbe g aala. J..re Tie a.nt aaasai iroelerevc w1B -

ea.:::: ,,al4. by -H.H1IT .zperleer.. abel wewgAL has always .mI meet at n...aawwk. Ga. Two Elegant Train Daily
mentor pob-> objetloa slgsttoc hits acme to aa arnc -
-::: I, a. a prize for the best Hs- k.D-.... UN t. eWe Me ..e*.. -
'j t-:> r: asst by flJith grade I* to e. lessens tb* .......* ef bs selaliiii.Tb I MoUcetoOvr C.....,...... Seaboard Express.

--- a t?.... .r .3 for the beet man wb Mega. bss aetsrk .e.*.. I We> see ..**d to ..*.. *. that ,..
I II
sr.. eh s r sets rfstie. rat tie be tb. ...*.fw ef .re. I. sad Js iftsl.eet I let'. H.ey said Tr tern ..***.. ......
IJ'or tAe bat f'OlJ..etlea I cal b*!<' .*. *. .ls-Me*'_l .......- sad goal ,......w.. Se aet ........ hi Seaboard Mail.

rte. h ; ........ Lr.e4oa ............. ... "......1..see. t.... S4 heEa m_
by Tint .
any K eeema/c4 ....*.... ".e. ws.
'-: ;'C asses of the .... 1:,...,. sues .. ........ 5. S+.-r ......... fei dreg sod we MM*>.... is s>* a i
.. A e : .. pooWW..s I.,",. tbs r*>-lt of kU ew. ..........- M'. ........,_fsr .a.Mteo **"* avaoei. .. '
h fs.d br 1.-41.14..1 J W. M*<*.* -. A CThey :e. MODERN PULLMAN
dos
nsye s r -.1'Ja w* N ..W..tw4 v -- mDQUIPnlEN'j :
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.' ate ...,. w. sesn ed. his
,!:O; IN-;-: are gg tINy'. CW'8 ....-...... ........... '; Daily Tbrocfb Polloio Sleepersrum Jickiooiitit to Nor Orl.t vec '-... ; Il
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p, 14 DAYS. sky..Massif .Ad t... dsetne I. 1
_- 'SEX w gwsraate.d to If la* ha.V5 a beesf .1Ih. fL T. .... I fall Uvw*,**s a4 steps r*..."..U .all M sal. ageat 5*abstsN e*'

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j I government Not only bonll bet recognize come,tax atauda on an entirely different mines or of engineering I I. now unl esstury for farmer*. Such a mOt"f'm

:PRESIDENT'S MESSAGEContinued this obligation' In tbe way be Ie-oela I footing from an Inheritance tax, venally I acknowledged, 'and no leap 115 the grange movement Is good

bis dally life and In the way be earns I because It Involve no question of the far reaching Is the effect of a good itself and la capable of a well n!

and spends hi* money, but it should perpetuation of fortune swollen to an building or mechanical trade school a Infinite further extension for
( from fags Seven). good
also be recognized by the way In i unhealthy size. Tbe question la In its textile or watchmaking or engraving long a* It 1* kept to its own legitlm

fortunate that our present law. should which be pay for the protection tbe etiieuce a question of the proper adjustment school All ouch training must develop business. The benefits to be url

forbid all combination Instead of atate give him. On the one band. It of burdens to benefits A* not only manual dexterity but Industrial by. tbe association of farmers for i

abarply discriminating between those I I" desirable that he should anaume bin the law now stands It Is undoubtedly' Intelligence In International rivalry teal advantage are partly econoi

.combination which do good and thoso full and proper share of the burden of difficult to devise a national Income tax this country doe not bare to and partly sociological.

-combination which do evil filiation; on the other band It Is quite which shall be constitutional But fear the competition of pauper labor a* Agricultural Education

Rebate, for Instance, are as often a* necessary that In this kind of taxation whether It U absolutely Impossible la much as It baa to fear the educated )Moreover while In the long
'dot where tbe men who rote tbe tax another question, and If possible It I* labor of specially trained competitor. run T
to tbe pressure of biff shipper (a* notary effort will prove
more ,
but little of there ahould IM most certainly desirable. Tbe first em
It. education of
shown pry and we should have the
tvms In tbe Investigation of tbe clous than government
clear of tbe of In purely Income tax law wa passed by. assistio::
recognition danger
,Standard OH company and a* baa been the band eye and brain which will At while the farmers must
anguratlng anch system sere In a the congress In 1801. but tbe most Important primarily
.abown since by tbe Investigation of any u* to mgeg such competition.In moat for the 8eIv'fl. the
spirit of entire Justice and moderation. law dealing with tbe subject should yet go' .
possible we help
way
the every
iobacce and augur trusts) a* to tbe meat can als< do much. The
"Initiative Whenever we n. a people undertake to wa that of 1804. This tbe court held the wageworker who toils with his jr dep.1
of big railroad. Often railroads mont of agriculture ball broken
would like to combine for the remodel our taxation system along the to be unconstitutional.The hand and who must-we hope In a ground In
many directions
line stigp.**ited we inert make It clear question 1* undoubtedly very In- constantly Increasing measure-also toll and 1
purpose of preventing a biff shipper by It finds bow It
from maintaining Improper advantagesat beyond peradventure that oar. nm! Is to tricate delicate and troublesome. The with his brain. Under the constitution year can improve
methods and
develop fresh
distribute tbe burden of the decision of the court was only reachedby usefn
the of email supporting tbe national legislature! can do but little
expense shippers and Its constant
effort la
off tbe general public. Such a combina- government more equitably than at one majority. It la the law of the of direct Importance for his welfare ertimental assistance In to give the E''

tion. Instead of present that we Intend to treat rich land and of course I* accepted a* such save where be I* engaged In work tbe most elf

law, abould be favored.being In forbidden other word by man and poor man on a basis of absolute and loyally obeyed by all good citizen which permit*-It to act under the Interstate live w.-th.t Is. through a&noclatlo!
of farmer rather than
Jt abould be permitted to railroad to equality and that we regard It a. Nevertheless the hesitation evidentlyfelt commerce clause of the con Individual to or throt:,
farmer
make agreement, provided these agreement equally fatal tn true democracy to do by the court a* a whole In coming tltutlon, and Hits Is one reason why It is also tIng

were sanctioned by the Interstate or permit Injustice to the one a* to.do to a conclusion when considered together I BO earnestly hope that both the leg to co-ordinate Its work with

commerce commission and were or permit injustice to the other with the previous decisions on lalatlve and Judicial branches' of tbe agricultural departments of the .

pi bfahed. With theae two condition I nm well aware that such a subject the subject may perhaps indicate the government will construe this clauseof eel I states and, ao far as Its own w

compiled with-It 1* Impossible to see at this need long and careful study In possibility. of devising a constitutional tbe constitution In the broadest poe- I I. educational to co-ordinate It wt

what barm such ''a combination could order that tbe people tnay become familiar Income tax law which shall substantially alble manner. We can however In the work of other educational an

.!o to tbe public at large. It la a publla with what la proposed to be accomplish the result aimed at. such a matter aa Industrial training, In I ItIes. Agricultural education .Issarlly II

sill. to bare on tbe statute book a law done may clearly see<< tbe necessity of The difficulty of amending the constitution such a matter its child labor and factory . based upon general educa

,4 Incapable of full enforcement; because proceeding wish wisdom and self re I* *o great that only real necessity law, set an example to tbe states but our agricultural educational Inn

both Jndgf and juries realize that It* attaint and may make up>their mind can Justify a resort thereto. Krery: by enacting the most advanced legislation tutlons are wisely specializing the

t full enforcement would destroy the Just how far they are willing to go In effort shook be made In dealing with tbd can wisely. be enacted for elves, making their courses relate

business of tbe
Solo, make decent' railroad men viola can Work out the project In proper control by the national government and kindred science to young count

ten of tbe law against their will and necessary detail Hut I feel that In the over the Use of corporate wealth people) or young city people abe wt

to pat a premium on the behavior of near future our national legislator In' Interstate business to devise legislation pRDlINIi A OFESSION..crkallare to live In the country.

tbe willful wrongdoer. Such a result should enact a law providing for a which without such action shall Great progress baa already' been maamong

i In turn tends to throw the decent man graduated Inheritance tax by which a attain the desired end but If this falls, farmera by the creation of far:

aDd tbe willful wrongdoer Into clo.a*. steadily }Increasing rate of duty should there will ultimately be no alternative Must Have Chance to Develop era* Institutes of dairy associations.!

eoclatlon and In the end to drag down be put upon all money or other valuable to a constitutional amendment. Property. breeder' associations, horticultural

tbe former the 'latter* level, for tbe i I coming by gift bequest or devise Technics/ I and Industrial Training.It Tbe only other person whose welfare oclatioix and the- like, A stritiar: e

.; man who become a lawbreaker tn oneway to any Individual or corporation.It would be Impossible to overstate la a. vital to the welfare of the ample of bow tbe government. and
unhappily tend to lose all may be well to make the tax: heavy farmer can co-operate la shown
respect though It I. of course dlfttcult quantitatively whole country aa la the welfare of thewageworkera
for 1 law. and to be willing to break It In la proportion aa the Individual benefited to the effect are tbe tillers of the soil. connection with the menace offend
measure
No scathing condem la remote of kin. In any event !nmy upon a na- the cotton grower of the south
more
many way tlon'a growth to greatness of what tbe farmer. It I. a mere truism to
nation could be visited upon a law. Judgment, the pro rat of the tax: be called organized patriotism which may say that no growth of cities, no growth states by the advance of the boll a

than la contained In tbe word of the should Increase very heavily wltb tb.hatt.a. of wealth no Industrial development vIL The department la doing all
necessarily Include the .
Interstate commerce commission when. of tbe amount left (o any one .ubstttntion'ofa can to OTcanixe the farmers hi
national can atone for any falling off In the
feeling for
tn commenting the fact that ". Individual after a certain point baa mere local pride, threatened it
upon t with character and standing of the farming districts. Just as
a* a resultant a high ambition for
been reached. It t* most desirable to
'numerous joint traffic associations do been all It O-
tIn
the whole population. During the last few decade doing can to organli
encourage thrift and ambition and a country. No country ran develop
technically violate tbe law, they say: Its this fact has been recognized aid of Its work to eradiatecattle
potent source of thrift and ambition full strength so long a* the
The decision of the United State* *n. wltb ever Increasing clearness. There fever tick In the south. Ti.
I. the desire on tbe part of tbo broad- part which make up tho whole each
vmne court In the transmUsourl case" > I* no longer any failure to realise' that part ment can and will (co-operat( atall
put a of
winner to leave bis children well off. feeling loyalty to the part
and the Joint Tra.tMc association case farming, at least In certain branches, such associations and It must U
above the
This object can be attained by making feeling of loyalty to the
ns* produced no practical effect upon must become a technical and scientific their help If its own work la to
the tax very email on moderate amount whole. This I I. true of sections and It
the railway operation of tbe country.Much profession This means that there don In the moat efficient styls
of property left because tbe prime ob, la Just a* true of classes. The Industrial
fact'
associations in exist
now must be open to farmer the chance
Ject should be to put a constantly Increasing and agricultural classes must Irrigation and Fsrsst Pr.serrsbea.Much .
gas they did before these decisions and for technical and scientific training not .'
with tbe came general effect. In Justice burden on the Inheritance of work together, capitalists and wage- theoretical merely, but of the moat severely ...* now being done for .
to all those swollen fortune which It la certainly worker must work together. If the state of the Rocky mountain a
parties we ought probablyta practical type. The farmer
add that It 1* difficult to see how our of ao benefit to this country to best work of which the country Itt capable a peculiarly high type of American represents . great plain through the denlopaw

Interstate railway could lie operatedwith perpetuate. U to be don. It I I. probablethat citizenship and be most have the of the national policy of irrigation a

due regard to tbe Interest of the ethical Propriety Unsjusstiensa1. a thoroughly efficient .,..tem of same chance to rise .and develop asother forest preservation. No goverapolicy
education come next to the for the betterment of our Sa
shipper and the railway without Influence .
concerted There can be no question of the ethical American cltlaena barn Moreover
of patriotism In na! conditions has been more tnJtfot
action of the kind afforded bringing about national
propriety of the government thus It la exactly aa true of the farmer
through the.. association." success of this kind. Our federal good than this. The forests of
determining the condltloaa upon which aa It Is of the business man and the
Thl mean that tbe law a* construed any gift or Inheritance should be received form of government, eo fruitful of advantage ware-worker that the ultimate .nccoo* Whit mountains and soothers A

dry the supreme court la such that the Exactly bow far the Inheritance to our people la certain way of the nation of which ho form a part lachlan regions abould also be
QatQN8 of the cannot be In other wy undoubtedly limit our eel and they cannot" be unless te
country con tax would aa an Incident have must be founded not alone on lDatarta'pro.peorttJ'
,ducted without breaking It. I national effectiveness, : pie of the state In which they
J recommend he effect of limiting the transmissionby but upon high moral, mental
that you give careful and early. devise or gift of the enormous for It I* not possible, for Instance, for and physical development. This through their representative lacongreo

consideration" to thla subject and Ifyou time* In question It I* DOt necessary at the national government to take the education of tho farmer..-self education *. secure vigorous adios bf

find the opinion of the lateratateommerce reeut to discus It.. wise that lead ta technical Industrial education by preference, but also educationfrom national government.

e '> commission Justified that progress In this direction should begrrduaL to see that the public school system of the outside. a* with all other MetWef I.. Amphitheater st AHi

:jou amend the law so aa to obviate the At Brat a permanent national this country develop oo all its tech men-la peculiarly necessary. here totho I Invite the attention of the foe

evil disclosed. _______ Inheritance tax. while It might nical. Industrial scientific aDd commercial United Bute,. where tile frontier to the estimate of tho .eeretary.t ***

be more substantial than any much tax aide. This most be left primarily condition even tn the newest states for an appropriation to enable bps

INCOME TAX DISCUSSED. baa hitherto bees, need not approximate to the several etate Xever- have now nearly vanished,, whore begin the preliminary work fortraction the

either la amount or ta the ex- the.... the national ....f1UIMOt baa there must be a substitution of a more of a memorial amphJ-Jb st..'*,

teal of the Increase by ajradaatloa. to control of the school of the District of Intensive system of cultivation for tho Arlington. The Grand Army of U>* *

Both Tel* ..* Ubcrkaac Tai StroaffyAtfvocal what such a tax should ultimately . Columbia, and It should ... that these > wasteful farm management and public In Its national encampmeat M

**. This specie of tax haa again and school promote and encourage the where there must be a better buatneeaorganisation urged the erection of .ucn aa-ai j

Tt q,.<>.Uoa of taxation I. difficult agate been Imposed although only fullest development of the scholar ta among the farmer tbem- theater a* necessary for tb* prof* '

in any country' but U la oepectally dlfBcult temporarily by the national) gorusent ... both commercial' and Industrial train soiree. ervanco of Memorial day and as an

In our wtth ,... federal system of gun Tho commercial training ahouldta Several factor must co-operate to flag monument to (.be..a.PH *eJ fl

ov.run>*ot. Homo tales ab.uhI. ev It was first imposed by the act ooo of It* branches deal with foreign the Improvement of the farmer dead burial there. In taU I be.re:
of July o, 1TVT. wbea the maker of the trade. The mWfavorab M
Sri ground be levied. a email district Industrial training to oven condition. lie most bare the chanceto concur and commend the
for Dee ta that district. Thus the constitution were alive and at the head more Important. It ahould>> be ono of be educated la the widest possible +e consideraUoo of t5e

ta-XAltoa of real estate la peculiarlyoae of affair. It.was a graduate"! tax. oar prime object aa a nation eo far sons -.la tbo sense which keeps ever

for the Immediate locality to whichtta Though small la amount, the rate wa aa feasible constantly to work toward ta view the Intimate relationship between -

real estate 1* found. Again there lacr*****! with the auiouat left to anyIndividual putting the mechanic, the wa rework. tbo theory of education and tb MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE
atreptios. being ...4. la or who work with bin fact .f
I* no more ..-ciU..... ta* for state land.. oa a Ofe. t..n edUoae
than a tax oa the rn" '... coaferred any too caso of rsrtala doss ...... A aim.Liar haaher plan of *C9ct or7 and reward, should widen our alma It I* a good _

by that state upon Street ratlread and tax wa* again Imposed by the act eo a* to Increase his og ctlvru... ta tblag to produce' a certain number of This ale. Qaradaa SbeoM 8*

atmtlar corpora M .. which agent. of July V. 1ACS. a minimum coat of the ettomle work and tho dignity talked scholars *nd at1l4fta... but tho I '.k4 by"teeerea..
SMXJO la psrsoaal property twins except tho retaunerattoa" and the power of hi* education uprtatendd by the
state a
wh.Uy& wtthla tit* state bouudarte. t = =
sometimes ta and I **! from taxation the tax then b*- position ta tbo aortalwortd, Unto*. must cook rtbr to produce a hundred I am won aware et bow =
one sometime laaevrral Leming | r crosslvo aecordiag ta theem.i .. to pans a constltuclonaJNewrtbeieoa. a-=: :
.el7. at pr.oeat the offset of --.. good rlthMtt than merry ono scholar
mualcfpaHtlr or other Minor ..a..es o/ kla. T'.r ny..j of the work, ta else public school N to and It must be turned now and va.. ta my 9o'twboii = _.
cUvtalaaa of the atate. Dut there :' *.-:
are
' act of Jaw IX ISO*! provlds tbe exactly oprostto direction if from .... rUss book ta the queoOoa eC marrtar -
beTa study of
xaaay fctnaa c-f tatvo wbWba. outyIM '! the tb* t.: :::::
tabertiaace .. ebouU be relegated te
tax oa any. oxua "'I and girls are train**! moety. us tttsrsryafroaipashmeat j gTMt book: of nature Itssif. This iseeroelatty _
levied by the general cowrumeat oaa the At r -
j the vein et llOOrtthe rate of national concr*** -.
... ... to the total exrhnaeaf : tm..f the farmer, a. baa "
to produce Ih* beet . because tax ttt rJa bath 1a accordaaco with wfcl dlffermcM ta ttNt to3fereat :
*
Industrial maaaal aa.* technical : been pi.t**! out agate aad
again .
among other r*.e*... the attempt totape. : the aaaouata lest sod la accordant 1 by states oa tb *n\. ;; ; -
tratafea tbo tendency t* to aunt themfor ; *a observe* most cueapwcoat t. ;'Jt
.. thorn ta ate particular state too i pan aril sto =
r r.ottra I| with ,.. luasstq r".t'UM of kin 1 scandal and ebesst ?
taUustrt work and to practical Judgment .
make tbeaarstortaat en the problems of
,".*.tt. merely I. drives the :[ The ovrremo court has heM that the nothtajr .*. eNtRy ***' -
1! tn c* tat> It ec aa.fittsxl to d* j i our country fife. AH student newi
rorpcranea or tadlTUual 1 affect**! to aurr.ssl tax UapasoJ at the ..... wofifaro Ibo Mttsav a.Mrh j
a oftho w... If they do *-+. Into It.en..;. to |! valise that .......u.aa.t ....- to .
'robes other" lecatKy or other states The the aaCloa err.lrt. so
civil sot iMrwrt
tact
war was a but
trade** brto sbeuU. bo I tra tbo e-xecatato .
? .txe.eoalye.mht. { pewee .f1w4er
national' c.**+ran *at baa loon derive" aa la ....... er oxriso which wea both youag .. throw rrry .: e 3 _

Its .-t-if. rev.**** treat a carUT a lml i roa> .( IUNu&I not vaJkL )I.... rsroatty -a Our tftlutrtal devotee- : .*.... .and to confer mr* real elan > life of tbo ...rao su..* r
meat * ...
twada Urc* r egcwe ts aarsI elves phrase.
orta and trees aa internal or *xtetax. "tKcaity of welt le Le. a ela
the court, la aa ealai d.llveee4 ""y I grad
tor< ..
+ .
alsnatla. iaefodbs tn ttJ* term aHbMtastrtal w to nrvparo %b* .
la: a4vltttoa- t* these, these la ereey -'I' ..JMt..R whkh cusvatsatla.s I p @q. oo partteeibr II wessl t., Go

tf, .MI .',* wbra not ocr .,.- ..eu rat"' slap< and .-...... dd.cws oJocutiaa from that wharf '' that. ua Mmoa to each srsssUm .. wand raezlve e. c' .
eels a men t be goe4 taw highest d* hi .
.. a a*fcaaJe a grae tmtTrUual .
toot fx*' n e re' tent the Mtfoaa .: is* *3 a A: ixtwer* of tho ce gnmss la car !' ". -.r a' aa h a .t.wl 'tr
..l tOIt' kJtfcrtwe tr.: tw w
aro rurpa er VSa to that. : en dice m&ibc
t *- '.J 1.Jt" -> eb .,. '
r.-.2i .rwf alft4tI t : b* uke:a tatlo .. :ri tho.an + -tlr: c
nthb Ors t. &.. t *h crate a .
.
.. a men cr..ta. -teet em.s right ru Be ontxioa
,
late" -- .. "1!S sr' reTM a C"Nd. oerst' 1't', elf xhe ''':.>>c ttfe tat tad \ rb 'e'\I t.e .cl t"!.+
.,r"ag ,"t..n.t.."! 3 eb.r ta mars ..<- '"" '
.--" -......, t-t" T. sax ft.t get feature rv' J UC&C. oS mect eercat1o celr: {.&JI a-.t eao t'satn' attart ..h1._ arsite "+
'r rrv.aae n' I Ir
"... -... ..... oki e.I witt..... Mx best b.rot*>. .pwtfv'. sptrtt irnasfssies batnas tae. -
vrte. rp" II r- :tt,dtw t* '... *' ......"..:... 1rW' \.,...((......., ... by treats l 1rtilMaMthMi -'JI. twr ret. ','

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i '.rUEDAILY SUN: : GAIKESVILLE.. FLORIDA., DECEMBER 5. .190(5

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essay S MESSAGE.S. The celebrated ease against )[,..1

u, The Sun today to Its Pont convicted In the United States
prevents "read
\I.>r. PrJdent RooseTelt'a tnepsaee Iniia court the of fraudulent use of the malls 'in 7'YINCHJTER:
practice of "Mental Sciene :
entirety aa read in Qnngreaa Tu.... Cby
at OatnatWes,4 f which
,,, pCtee the pretended to heal per"on.1 ---
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ran ma ales.w(1a11kT day afternoon. It I* oertnloly aafU' of
any kind of disease no matter ti\. ,
elenk tu I
Iflieth to cover every questionIn
whether they were In America. En.rope .
or
Baler.rsd Pahl Der. which the American people are at "WUBLACIC"Loaded
| ( _- ). ha. nt last been settle !
the present time interested
and this
.
by the
......CUT Editor.KS I* done'n detail payment of the fine of

I-.ICTT- It will be seen that the President ,la $::500 and uiemn agreement to never Black! Powder ,Shells

TT ,.!IIIP," ComPo-tile nooma.TaL&PIIOlfa with the Democrat In again make use, of the maUl in con-
V
advocating
control -
1 dueling such buainra Mrs, 1)01I.is

rORTBR BW>CK.g. of eombinatlon. of capita), an In* 75 year of age and badly broken In r Shoot Strong and Evenly,
G tax and free'trade
come
4.)0 with tie
health which largely Influenced the ;
L Philippines.The /Arc; Sure Fire,
court in remitting the jail
p.bli.bedeverytnorutngez- sentence
1101 Sredby carrier In the city,or ot message la too voluminous toadmit Though she claimed to be able tu heal. , 'r1;: Will: Stand Reloading.

-i tart of the Called State,pottage reference In detail at this other thousands of miles away, she is <.
0- v* monti.i <|.*s three time. ,Bead It an 1 dia.eet It for yoorv unable
1 ti' t 6 In .Jr. '. but to heal herself and Is slowly" ' They Always Get> The Game.
: surely nearing the end of her


1D lwcent. a tinstlo.and STILL KICKING.In earthly career. For Sato Everywhere.
1I nattRaj5localcolumn I ( t, t'
for each addltk
usittd
cents
I ; a recent lame of The Lake Child Dies of Duma.

per adeerttatng made known on CUT Index a writer in dlscuts- Oecatur. ";a. Dec. 4.-douglnaLaird
,
Ing the State University and I itt; the Utile.t"8rold; son of Mr. and
:Mrs.: J. Parry: ESTHER S. JORDAN.
location in Gainesville says Laird died Sunday W, W. HAMPTON.
von -"- -. -" morning. the'reault
,lyr.Week iwHt > apablUbcd c a of
frightful
Monday and "Under the authority of this action burns '
every
?, reretx-ed while
rt1 ? playing with
... adrjBUhM U b newa of tbe of the joint boards, real or bonfire Friday morning. The child a JORDAN & COMPANY
and will be
c-nerat,
and
0 1 yet* 6tfre .. to any r- rt of the United supposed, the Board of Control was badly! burnOd on the body and
has located the institution In the face one eve' being almost ,
,e.d., for r fi.oo a year-in advance. destroyed
flat-woods of Alaohua county, by the flames, but he remained con-
INSURANCE
. .leyl.e bill become due after first somewhere near the burg of ftcloua. nnr:1:i Saturday ntg'ht; up to

tal "TcrtiAeiaeat. uileaa otherwise Gainesville a name which by way watch tlmo it wan thought he would

t I!Ia eootract. Partlea not known to ue of appropriate alliteration goeswell recover.. PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
4 to pay for advertising la ad-
TUft DALLY SUN with Greed. Lake City dies
.ASit-j" ,
G.ufUVILUo.PLA.. hard in this matter but she might Fire Life and Accident sum:Zr\n\ ? beHIIe .:

.. well understand now that it .1 h
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settled BAD BLOOD ---------------- --
for all time. Abuse of
CCCISION ON THE DEBATE I2V1at3H; O.ARDa: :
0C 0CI such a thriving hustling and up- .. 1 .

to>date town as Gainesville will '
,
: of Florida decide I had .roabl with w? t> w l w tab SS
rte people blast In parMr rwwi ::.rU pt.apl.e: JR. ROB O. HOWEU9.
not help the cause of Lake City In, tU
which .... . 'V
aoL, Brovfard'a drainage plan oa-sw-rnBl f-- .a.< *. I irlrJ
ahy way. This I. not the first oar l-j.O sear.l. ma* undemanding? DidIlffOIIellti f lUIHHMM ir* of
(del .
b . . DENTIST.
break she ha made In thl matter .>* r..mw of a i'- a few h.v > f.>5.4 p.11.1.
drainage "deceive O.:J, l.*ch.'ct rert ... >;
lcof Florida A fraction of and It .Is about tune she let up on A. .w Yark City$.1'. oan,. In Miller Law Eiehange.Grndoate .

this que.t'nn. Lake City la one of
>Florida press. and the Governor the best inland town in the State beat rot'TM University of Pennsylvania.DB. .
1 these charges.. Bat a
1a repeats and It will( be hard to believe that Dow.ts.t.tno'r .
; b. been now rendered which '
e there are many of her citizens who J. lI. ALDKAMAN,
itseheharRea.jnstiHea the argue
chars the opinion of this writer
of t tie opposition and should
when he tries to discredit' the patrlotln CAYrlsiett0
entire on tbe advocate of DEN T 1 9r.. N,
c cit'senahlp of Gainesville. .h A
t ,
I Th. University of Florida belong

i .Important charge against:; the to the whole State and It I* Lake Over I c."oa a 00' naDir. o....... t.

, ioa made the Governor PI..... ,.,,,,,.
ra
"
by .
was '
Oft, duty as well as that of KeneVtcola IC... it....... w ......iti.t.MTwtean.d_ttipe ..... I'>> ...oH-.tI. '
its lid gone to work without ufBowitdge and other town to do ...t4 f. salt... 1', ., ......" $5k..e' rLw..... roS. It4YU
every
u.-se r..er..r ysr..a.r b..r A"
and &h.the was all in Its power to build up the In- awttngRera.dyCo..G _....N.V. .boo JR. DaVERE U.-MOUKI9,

C 'fl 'money without adequate 'atltutlon at Gainesville and make ANNUAL SALE, TEN KiLUOH BOXES

it. It then j were true the prop. hone that all Florida b. I .DENTIST.
can . . .
; i tai nothing to stand upon, bat I proud of.Pentacola Journal, 4l

,t*.ni;>r earnestly denied the >. .
Thanks Brn. Mayes for your kind : ;:Aru REVIVO l
f'O insisted that he had full Offl over Marcus Ead.,'.. Pbo..10' ri...
word*. The article you refer to escaped
}nip? and hat the ESTORES VITALITY .,
spent '
money
attention. The of
oar people ---
producing' i the beat revolt Galneaville however have long lnoe I. .j'u "Hade ,I FULL QT&DiME3i

lortlae! decision. )1 r. Wright lafmrsmcat ceased to notice the "Slnea" of some a T PUOORDON ILTtBOXt

expert a* to Irrigation' residents of Lake City who, It aeems, Well Man. DaacTiaT.om. .
vlt l'A
"II1IIe-UDU.( } the federal will never realise that the question ofthe THE' of Me." \ 2

is:>* are "prejudiced" against'
"Is(
location of the University settied It7.1Z .A.T

j ."Broward' or hare been "cabal* for all time..' The flat.wooda". SLIr3Q1V0. :: IttlA 3i_%:)Y ..ta UtB.r LAW E.......*| r.r r..

i ..'a.st: on by this rfflctal should referred to .la just one mile from the prmlitevafln* Iwn11.t. au.sa,.. It sett O..VIl.. .....
..bS,. powerfully al t'urrawb. other
[ t. II frand defecti e. limits of a gals
center of the corporate
nubs mae sac a-i their last manhood. aat
r"I!a resolution secured by Con- Gainesville. at the terminal of the beat old tnen mar rrwutn ->r U.ir ya> thtiU visor by
ELMS;JR..;
,
.
; 1C K VIVO. It gals l klr ar 4 q U.tlr r.- T.1l ,
II Cart. Mr. Wright was cent paved street of any Inland town In a.r.e N rro -e.a. I. M% tt.i tt ,
.
jtl'tbu.ee. and has WoakiMtaatirh:.Liaat I*>.w..,J.'tJa.- .
carefully ea- Florida and the site was selected b y WavBtUi I>t_aMa,sat .__"of set.|-......_ a
4 iU data to be found-he baas moa aid &ndl.rrai.a. wake ttatKa bay fat ATTORJiKY.AT.LAW.
after
the joint board a thorough examination
newly. bula aev aaarrlatrat 1 It noSoailr.......
wed
the members of the drain- of the premises. Trot, 'It 1 I.i" U l>y o'ariina a,tit.seal vf *a>..4 ted bas studied the records n.rv* l* aitMl Maod tlllr.. tt-l tag OAa..vll.UI Fu>aiuaJ
few rods weak of the prevent e-tv l-vi'k 'b-pint ai.ws.Iwt.ebe.k.asd r*>*
D.o '.ca...-." which the Goier4 limits, bat all the facilities of eleetrlo at.ir Ba Uk. Mr* .( *..!". It want .If ai*> v t
'* t pew t,.Iacd- la.l..osbartaw. IK> SO. ti
3 '"
partisans declared to be lights water telephone connection oovtoor. la era tan er.rla.t la bat, Ur A. OARLI$L r
.tdKapsie:: ; ,, He then proceeded mall SI.OO p.r re.baaq or ale for*k. >o. Wa
Rid., enjoyed by the citlsensof Galnevllle r..aaaal to.... ATTORNEY AT LAW
metk.atrp of action examined the provided for the University,, :iith .raraniw l',,,,'. ee fra*. i44n.s't
4554 by the Governor passed'on are aOTAU MCDICINI CO. ..,... "'*-. hip... .... Lad ttolleltar' (In Equity
and no ODD who baa visited the New
*da 1'01',1.4.' For aa1. in Gslneavllle.' Fl. ride, by
Its aa far ., he Co old University, save possibly some reel. Kea' Katate, yanefag' and n... CHAS. BLUM & CO.Ilf.att '

fBn at bl. *on" and. and dent of Lake City, ha. questioned the J. H. Ilodlforl A: Co.) Druaal.tLA eral ..raell... All bualoess prompt)

4d Iowa the coait. examining wisdom of locating: the Institution __ u -_ .- - attended to. Onto. neil door to Hotofilee. W ll.y H+ Jaeh.onvilt. Kla.

hkbg iatasavitx Kl au.a
testimony he
a. went.
I. where It now la, and will henceforth
",.fU 1. That
s sei.ntie sartiamloatton -
... remain. JIAYKR.ATTOU.NKT
U GRIPPE FltltPUf.UCD .
needed by govtaiae -

"" I .ra to decide whether The Chicago Inter-Ocean has solemnly ) AT LAW. Atlanta

.... -J U.feasible. whether Ik would decided that "the lotto: of political Oam..., .&.. !'Loalaa
and what would PrMumonla follow tus Clrlps>. _
coat. facts make It almost .. .'.
.."., th... poioi. declared but naYVwr fellows the ... .fFOLEY'S I Birmingham
saf- thai the Republican candidate StaR Can sell foo. tw lty property. (Inv

are" tonnt "valaeleea. for tb. will be either .Joseph; O. Cannon or Honey proved aM .ahof.r09-4J. pho r>(kl.,
.. The and .. M. | lilm
Time*UoloD d.. Fairbanks, That would lrt alag SM
Charles' W. .
) offer fin sat... 2U7a Chattanooga
a Hal of w'at you
luck to tbe Democrats mniTar ,
be
I u. certainly good .1 - -- -
k;:alf'
I.a4 lb. dnoda. had cut for both are ardent sLand.p.l 1-:. BAKEU.ATTO .

lau.a r_ '* ln four n ooth. Instead ......, and the people evldentlf are It stops t&e Oswgk- and keals i&.lag* Louisville

J "Ch "tk-bot that It trending towards tariff' reform b*' .""Y.e.u Paseawals u4 Oo..omyKto.. IINEY-AT-LA'\-, .,
Mat's s
with| 80aI e t nl man sides& Uaele Joe world have alroeg S 5
op o.-e c.u-.a. . fJOLIOITOR: IN OilANOKRY. . Cincinnati
d'; ..... pot)it loo from organised. latJp.acI .5.55.a'W sad.......aD i ls wt ban .

ve ."00 with the fail Fairbanks Is too mash of cold storage dab -r 1144 ...... M bee lace.t sear.

i it: Je=: '. "kl lch Oor. Braward proposition to warm sip evsa the machine sash......eta T .....a..te.le.. I QAlifr VILLJ:. Ala.... Co., FLJOflls

I'r: lli. .' !. Ede* A ..". Chicago.soumuiurT
!-. na ."P w 'imh HbeJoOIe4.r : Bepoblleaaa. 1'.rr.lM. by J. W". JIIcCAll_as A Cay I .
e
Mw says were ---==. -
t

....n-7 r'lcl..t lb.... tta.. eoo., Deafness Cot Be Cured I-orioJ: or APfLiGATio ,oal|

7 e.tabll.b lla. fact that t TAX nerve UKPKft tfKOTIOK ror

a ,'f drainage were right: By local applieattows, a. they ...- .. ,r- ...,". .s..asl5.I, on A ITCH .***i, law. or |

'1 -l daisies the people. not reach the dl-* 4 portico of the J ,..., .. w ..wa ; rLOHii. I

.e :> tt. .., op bJ tb. sutvo.eily ., ear. Tber. fe ostly sec way ta .. j t .. +.a .../r..se.M.4p..rrie.s. ... ....M -Jf..... .e fc*retry .!..* tftal J. J I II iI

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kl ; r... on. Deaf.et. I. eased fey sal( i: $.. ..lb4..t.e4 .a... atlt .e., ., .I.... ..AI' J ..
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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: DECEMBER 5, 1906 11

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superiority seeking preponderance continued and patient effort, in nng- I IIsbed a close:
or
could be replaced by Mr. Uagoon. < of which be waa mad an. Honorary i season from the 1
condemned of the lug about a meeting of th1 representative May to the 31st
presfdent Tb i.nnouncement of his In the oppression nation of July and
'.te minister to Panama sHil c:'
the canal tbe governorof Isthmus. tentlon to make this visit was followed of thin part of tbe world and the of the hostile power on board a all tilling In the waters; witla;

Troop were sent zone to support on them and by most courteona and urgent Invitations control) of their destinies by tbe great 'United State warship a* neutral ter mile around the PrlbUsf 111,
power of Europe.It ." ritory. and peace was there concluded They; also provided
from nearly all the countriesof that the
to re HOT. the naVy. the expedition bet I"f'
: Je handled'with moat eatUfactory South America to visit them as tbe Is gratifying to know that In the a peace which resulted In the saving or tlona which they; bad letertn'ad: .

peed and efficiency. The Insurgent guest of their governments It was great elty of Buenos Ayre: upon the thousand of live and In the prevention with a view to tbe protc-cr.oa: aid
arcbe which the streets In- of un incalculable, amount of misery ervatJon of tbe
chief Immediately agreed that their deemed that by the acceptance of these spanned .oll.! should u
twined and American and the destruction of property and mUted five
with
Argentine every
troop ahoold lay down their anna and Invitations we ,might appropriately express yens to new ei
ti disband and the agreement was car the real respect and friendshipIn flags for tbe reception of our representative of the mean of livelihood The Rio nation so a* to enable both later

tied oat The provisional government which we bold our sister republic there were emblazoned not conference passed the following resolution governments to consider who e

bal (left the personnel of the old government of the southern continent and tbe secretary only tbe names of Washington and In reference to this action: I the light or past experience then

and tbe old laws ao far na accordingly visited, Brazil. Uru Jefferson and Marshall but also. Inappreciative "That the third International American i occasion for any" modification fi i
Chile. Peru Panama recognition of their services conference shall address to>> the Tbe regulations have
might ',be, unchanged and will thus ad. guay. Argentina, prored pl
minister tbe Island for a few months and Colombia. lie refrained from to the cause of South American In president of the United State of Inadequate to accomplish the ot;

until tranquillity can be restored, anew visiting Paraguay Bolivia and, Ecuador dependence" the name of James Mon America and of the United States of protection and preservation; of t h..

election properly beld and a new only because the distance of their rue. John Quincy Adam. Henry Clay Mexico a note In which the conference seal, and for a loug time this e.,'

government Inaugurated. Peace baa capitals. from tbe veaboard made It Impracticable and rticbard Rush. We take especial which Is befus beld at Illo expresses its ment has been trying In vain to ws

come In the Island, and the harvestingof wltb tbe time at his dl. pleasure In tbe graceful courtesy of MatUf action at the happy result of from Great Britain such ""'.,Inn

the sugar cane crop tbe great crop pose' ). He carried with him a messageof the government of Brazil, which has their mediation for the celebration of modification of tbe regulation as

of the Island la about to proceed. peace and friendship and of strong given to the beautiful and stately pea between the republic of Guatemala contemplated and provided for bj

When the election baa been held and desire for good understanding/ and rantun building first used for tbe meeting of Honduras and Salvador." ; award of tbe tribunal of Paris.

tbe new government Inaugurated In helpfulness, and be was everywhere tbe conference the name of "Palaclo This afford au excellent example of The process of destruction basoet'el..ated u

peaceful and orderly' fashion tbe pro received In tbe spirit of his Monroe. Our grateful acknowledg one way In which the Influence of the" during recent year" br i

visional government will come to an mcosage. The member of th'e government menta are due to tbe governments and United State can properly be exorcised appearance of a number of Jape

end. I take this opportunity of expressing the press the learned professions. tbe people of all tbe countries visited for the benefit of the people of vessel encased In pelagic .eaUDjt,

upon behalf of tbe American the men of business and tbe great by the secretary of state for the cour the western heml.phere-tbat la, by these vessel have not been fcl,

people wltb all possible solemnity our masses of the people united everywhere .iey. the friendship" and the honor action taken la I concert with other even by the inadequate limitation: .

most earnest hope that tbe people of In emphatic response to his shown to our country In their generous American republic and therefore free scribed by the tribunal of pt,r'S.': t]

Cuba will realize tbe Imperative need friendly expression and In doing honor hospitality to blm. from those, susplctonand prejudices bare paid no attention r -

of preserving justice and keeping or. to the country and cans which be In my message to you on the Oth of which might attach If the action mere clove *..uson or to the B'xtj!

dtr In the Island. The United Htatea represented. December. 1003. I called your attentionto taken by one alone. In this way It 1. Imposed upon Canadl. ,na r J

wishes nothing of Cuba except that It In many parts of South America the embarrassment that might be possible to exercise a powerful Influence prosecuted tbelr work up to the ,

shall prosper morally and materially there has been much misunderstandIng .. Ca11"tto this government by tbe as toward the substitution of considerate I Island themselves. On July 10 CL,!'

and wishes nothing of the Cubans sat : of the attitude and purpose of the aertlon by foreign nation of the rightto action In the spirit of justice for tbe crews from several Japanese i.
I
that they shall be able to preserve order United. States! toward the other American collect by force of arms contract tbe Insurrectionary or International Mel) made raid upon the Island of]

among themselves' and therefore to republics. An Idea had become debts due by American republics to violence which baa hitherto been ao Paul and before they were beaten !

preserve their Independence. If the prevalent that our assertion of the cltlnrns of tbe collecting nation and great a hindrance to the development by the very meager and Insufic'M:

elections become a farce and If the In Monroe doctrine Implied or carried to the danger that tbe process of compulsory of many of our neighbor Repeated armed guard they succeeded In t':r

aurrectlouary habit become confirmedIn with It an assumption of superiorityand collection might result In the example of united action by severalor several hundred seals and carryfcc;

the Island, It Is absolutely out of tbe of a right to exercise some kind of occupation of territory tending to become many American republic In favorof the akin of most of them. \' ur'l
question that the Island should con tbe countries to said the seals killed
protectorate over permanent I then : peace by urging cool and rea.onable were females i and
Untie Independent, and tbe United whose' territory that doctrine applies Our own government baa always refused Instead of excited and belligerent work was done with frightful :,_.!.

Htatea, which has assumed the sponsor Nothing could be further from tbe to enforce such contractual obligations treatment of International controversies Ity. Many of the seals appear to b-i

ship before the civilized world for truth. Yet that Impression' continuedto on behalf of Its citizens by cannot fall to promote the growth been skinned alive, and many 1r
( ba'a career as a nation would again be a serious barrier to good under an appeal to arms. It Is much to be found half skinned and still alive .

have to Intervene and to see that the standing to friendly Intercourse to wished, that all foreign governmentswould of American a general nation public which opinion will among elevate the ruUs were repelled only by tL* trx

government was managed in such or. the Introduction of American capital take the seine view. firearm, and five of the raiders w.
derly fashion aa to secure tbe safetyof arid the extension of American' trade. South American Dsbts.TbA the standard of, International action. killed two were wounded and twtl
strengthen the sense of Internationalduty
life and The path to be
property.
The Impression was so wtdeiprorvl captured Including the two>> Rants
subject wa one of the topic of among governments and tell In
who exercise self.
trodden by those
that apparently It contd not be reachedby Those captured have since been trj
conference at Itlo
''government' la alwaya bard, and we consideration at the favor of the peace of mankind. J
any ordinary means and sentenced to Imprisonment
'., should have every charity and patience It was part of Secretary! Root's mission and a renolntlon wa adopted by that Panama Trip.I attack of this kind bad been wtcjunlocked
to the
re
i,i wltb the Cuban. .. they tread this to dispel this unfounded Impression conference 8 recommending **toconsider have just returned from a trip to for but such provision

difficult path. I have the utmost sympathy and tb.,... la just cause to believe pectlve! government represented Panama and shall. report to you" at
the
with and regard (or them but I that he baa anrceeded. In an addressto the advisability of asking I length later on the whole subject of ,.e..el111. arms and amniuu'tt a

L most earnestly adjure them solemnly tbe third conference at. Rio on tbe second peace conference at The Hague the Panama cau." now be made that Its r"ptt" .:.;D snot
i their and to to examine the question of the compulsory -
to weigh responsibilities be found profitable.Promts .
of such note The
81st of July-an address of debt and In.ivneral Algeelras Convention.
collection public
that when their government Is
see
new
that I send It in, together wIth this tending to diminish The Alcectraa convention, which was by Japan.
mean
started It shall run smoothly and with ;
freedom from flagrant denial of right rn.... -he said: among nations conflicts of purely pecuniary signed! by the United State a* well a* Suitable representation rgari'!
"We with for no victories but those orlzln." by most of the power of Europe, supersede tbe Incident have been mat!? to t
on the one baud and from Insurrection
disturbances ou the other. of peace, for no territory except our This resolution was supported by the the previous convention of government of Japan and we ere
; arT own for no sovereignty except the representative of tbe United States In 18SO. which was also signed both by sured that all practical! tatwlll ;

The Ale Cnfrn sovereignty over, ourselves. "'. deem accordance with the following Instructions the United State and a majority of be taken by that countr t > p

The second International conference the Independence. and equal rights of : the European power This treaty confers vent any recurrence of the! cOn

of American republics, held. In Mexico tb. smallest and weakest member of "J t has long been tbe established policy upon us equal commercial right our part tbe guard oa fob I*. .

In the years 100102 provided for the the family of nations entitled to as of tbe United States not to use Its with all European countries and doe will..be Increased and better c

holding of the third conference within much respect aa those of the greatest armed force for tbe collection of ordinary not entail a single qhltgation of any and organized and a bcrr r >

five years and committed tbe fixing of empire and we deem the observance contract debts due to It* cltV- kind upon us. and I earnestly hope It cutter patrol service about tl '

the time and place and the antingnuenta **- nf that respect 'th*
for the conference to the gov th* weak against the oppression of the nut cousldered the use of force for ratify It would merely mean that we United State war vessel! w'.1 r 3

ruing board of the bureau of American strong We neither claim nor dealr suet a purpose oouslstent with that respect forfeited onr commercial rights In Morocco sent there.W .

republics composed of the spree any rights or privilege or powers that for the Independent sovereigntyof and would not achieve another have not relaxed e::r eff

entatlve of all flue American nations we do Dot freely concede: to every other member of the family of nations object of any kind. In tbe event of secure an aareemf'IJtlib tJ:r: ;:* I

In Washington. That board discharged American republic We wish to increase which Is the most Important such refusal we would be left for tbe sin for adequate pro to*"ton' : of r C'

the duty Imposed upon It with our prosperity to eztend our principle of International law aDd the ant time In 1:0 year without any herd and negotiation wUb J-;- .- f

marked! fidelity and painstaking care trade, to grow In wealth In wisdom chief protection of weak nations sgalust commercial treaty with Morocco and the same purpose are! In pnsrr: :a

and upou the courteous>> Invitation of and In spirit but our conception of tb* the oppression of the etroug. It seemsto this at a time when we are everywhere, The law for the pmte, LI: f t'

the United Htatea of nraall) the con true way to accomplish this .is not to u* that the practice I* lujuriou In seeking new market and outlet for seal within the Jiirlwll,t'' ::i c I:

'....nN was held at Itlo de Janeiro pull down other' and profit by their Ita general effect. upon the relations of I trade. United State need revlb;i : *
continuing from the ell of July to ruin, but to help all friend to a common nations au l upon tb* welfare of weak I --- cent Only the islauds ..- : t";

the 20th of August! last Many. subjects prosperity and a common growth and disordered slates, whose development i PROTECTION OF SEALS. and Rt George are now .3 U I

of common Interest to all the that we may all become greater and ought to t>e encouraged In tbs I eluded In the government re-

American nation wens discussed by stronger together.'Wlthln Interest of civilization that It offers and the other island are a,-3 r '

the conference, and tbe time the recognized'!' possessor of *very and to unnecessary and unjustifiable Status. citizens the IsUudj c '' -'
reached, embodied In a eerie. of r*.oIntlona aa upon
foot of soil upon the American continents warfare. We regret that from tbe department cf
permit
and proposed conventions, wUI Tb destruction of the Prtbilof Island
be laid before you upon the coming can be and I bop will b* represented other power, whose opinions and !! far seal. by pelagic seating still mere and labor for any r: rrcept C'

In of the dnal report. of the American with tb. acknowledged right ..n.* of jostles we esteem highly haveat continue Tb herd which accordingto In case of stress of weat!:rr c: f.
of equal sovereign state In th* great time taken a different view and
ca-rr :
delegate*. They contain many malice.or the surveys male In 1874 by direction water should be prohibited
Importance relating to the eitvn* world' congress at" Tb nalr'M'rbl.. have permitted themselves, though we of tb. congress, numbered .....00.- gnats penalties. Tb approach ef c
wilt be tIM world formal and finalacceptance believe wltb reluctance.. to collect such i S
Ion the Increase 000 for the purposes. a
of trade of "mmlln'aUoa. and which. according to the survey sets eS"'Pt..t
<<- the smoothing>> away of bartl.r.to .. of th* declaration that no debt by fore U U doubtless true of both American and CanadiancommUiloners be regulated. Tb* authority ef .e g,r;
of the American continents I I. to the of pbllc debts '
part that nonpayment Islands st
the
tree the
Intercourse sail promotion in 1801 amounted to ernment'agents on
.ta better knowledge and good under be deemed subject to colonisation. ltu may be accompanied by such circumstance .WXXOOO has now been reduced to be enbirged. and the chief avert st:-
ourselves to aid each other of fraud, and wrongdoing or
pledge cu ;l'
standing between the different eoun- about lM.ooo. Tbl result has been bare power of a cooimlttug"
of Ute to of treatise. a* to Justify the
In the full perfortuanc duty Violation ,zt
trie. represented Tb. meeting of the brought about by Canadian and some trat. The entrance of a ve *t4h
conference were barmoutooa and thetootlwlon. humanity which that accepted declara os. of fore This government would other sealing vessel killing the female territorial water urroa*-* *

were. reached with substantial lion Implies, *>> that la time th*.wak b* glad to see an International eoosld- eal.' while In the water daring their Island wltb Intent to take seals .- i
and most unfortunate of oar republic eratloa of tb* auhject which shall 41-
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annual a4
unanimity. It I. Interesting ptljrrtmag to and from the be mad a criminal offense *
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to observe that In the ancciv conference may coca to march with equal criminal between ajfch case amt the oath Of In search of foo-t A* a rule of forfeiture. Authority for eesure'
step by th* aid. of the stronger and simple iMmperfonnaTie 8" a contract the female seal when killed Is *aJprenenc
which b... been bell lb.k.pr.antattvee pregnant uh case shook b* given
or th. different American more fortunate I..t..* help each with a private person and a resolution" aad abe has an naweaaed pop on on such viel ,.'f .*". .J **

nation hat* been learning to other to slow that for all the race ofraen In favor' of rettanc' upon peaceful land", *o that far each skis taken by oeaUkln or any the praphernlu.i f x *
In of the Utter for which' w have mean case ,
th liberty "
pelagic *..1t"C. a. a rule three live lag them shouVl be made pr* 3
wt.ke "It I not felt however that t&* ClODt..oc.
fought and labored la th. twin sister .
see destroyed-the toother tb unborn '
I .. ..... Get ualt at Illo.. shouKI uaOertake tntak evidence of such Intent I reco ..
In
of and *
J.al and the eecockd coofereac* In Justice offspring and tb nursing pop, which t* what lecUUUo I* oeeded l> a
uch tUcrtnlnatk or to resolve
Mexico In lM>%- moatbs, with much tins wasted la astsafwralatad ..' all American public eptu upon whatever" t* dec to Ute bent by tb* of *ir
America coaairte or. tttl .... IDa attention the report
..frnltleea" disciMaloo. Ion wbo** power shall Influence laternational carefully regulated tiffing on land. s'. .'
or the of tort
of department
lion*, whit tb*coqntri Barer* are
tic* third conference at lUo exhibited coudiKt and prevent la ten** The OMtooi of pelagic eBag d i defyrrM.one.ial.
au- aftr labor flats .aHJertla
toeetHr%. It the e *e* on ,
much of th* ,....4Ut7 in the ptaettcrnldipatek ttoaal wntttg and narrow the eaten .f tb.rereew wer to .*.* sorb *cU n U for all of the present evil ease w* are cweareOSo ** *<' (
war sad forever preeerv* our fre aid la atke taxlefeaa freaa tb* ecoaemte -
or baslne** which cbae.etentics wenhi t n. 1. *H...*..* -t a steer < the h>jf.e of a***:** .r',-r
permanent ..t..u.Iota.. sad toads. from th. burUea fit.b arm .taatl|.*l.t and tee th. atao4potnt '
rat '81.dsaeart. ) rewoletez: ow '*"r evoiMor with other ...eroaot* tu :'<-
.-. ..te4 It. tabor within ....a ** are nasal behind tie tern of MmumHty. .
the perfeflC .*)..M set silt .{.>. wtMtit sue to the hUewms *..*..| sae "
og week* originally allotted ties of fiuvev and brtfeo M *ee* In IKM ewer KOOO young. r*.H were .
for Its >.**>er* is'stuct' 'Th.-v urw*> M la _... erring u w1M to a ..- j jyear
...atona, kearer to Ibis ports*lien el..slew a* teems glued trees etsrvs8** es toe .
emtralenl lie tiet seem.,l... .... acetone rmm.eete.otNen sstysitseald
a4 Pnoltof..**.*. |. less T M woe etrlte
Nn.bell
Quit apart from th* rctee rat*. vrty roan sorority urn* shall. ......"_ .. '-t .... ear. ereaesd ........ .......". e ;
pertly.. pr4jci. u .** tn 4*. , .* tb* concltttlena reached by tb. e*** Bags rof.M*>..*. wo*.* ***** eve4Her tJa\ toe seal free es aiAH "
. .. ba'i'l' ... fW .*>var4 of 4AMCO adult *eo...* seals
t -* *. I* art w waN .
: Orenr*. th* e."r".t- to* r rr+1 satalirre I MM iteot** wJI be e..wweR. toLt esselt 181 er.atlMrts. ..-. .
of .11 the American. ,....... ... r wens ke t" ..ubl'eet.Centre tu4 oeeo klsVa at ..* .a.I..er Smuaeay aril wbsNer U art teeie " !
In baruxMikHi and .. TH assure.. Dtri.e. I m e.la o4. ONKT K *.arTi>si a* ..
;4rAgt g kindly gas .tt*
I
..... bee Asaee4es. U resadt. To. to* praettc* by .ttsrree. t'ca.y .
Mention and dteueteo of etthjert .fconuuon Tbee word appear t* received reeeMJag barVartiy eK ,,.
...*..
Jo*.* trnol ebleb beet ...Iat.he' seep wed oarovlre* to the meet
Mda1ta oftfestb a as
Itself f wtm ery part practlc aa to* wma
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Interest great a Jbsuatlat ...... tta. Uitweeav toe t<..A.... offtlvji til 1IIWa.:
....,. Overact whtca It tavorros
.. valwe far to* preeOo k of An.dec. They toy hearty .
.. wilt beer $*r. U**!.<*>*>* sari Ueuamra amends _de eeearraiems sad la It I
t r they *
TMon.bU and .**-1 Wr* treatmcwt approval, aa aaa w*
.
+* an lateraattonal qtMMrttea Tb years, ant I c.uuaoet.c la th* rataatoatej la. 'r.r -* war wheels Uw.>V es.d.atsanoa The DcIdac .. btMo ; EFFORTS FOR PEACE
t be nrtoM .* th* cwnCrt** (%
a
*
teal wblea at tn rorta ta
.. orrctty UKB
thank of tht .<.*.1r7 are do to tin.S cvtrtSi that : repre- sad
wnm nt *f Itraatt and to to* P-n. .eof .eat tifce se.a*.emta of the wo*** Ataer volv4 *o4 eery d *irorr4vt* the cum "wtoca d.cWa4 agmlaot to. eUfaa:: .rto I Tt.\,t

> leis U J.*etr for the gs>..ois* kin people I CMjaoot better OAT*. srrt.l tatsrwta *C JUaMTtasJh. alxOMM 'Calteit Stale to excrottv J ruceto I oaty d a $sties tit ftsrtbec

Oevltary with whk oar. delegate. terU OleUS""" of t&. Cmlt.k> aaa ether rsr*( or* woo ar*. tale @ ta the wr* of IWrtog sea I ca-&

A |=ao. of the "*&.... tag aa ertaAt. part t* 0. d.etthrpmantel acsi tin a iumvulf right tn tW fur: seals i 1& az Iut aa.rn rd. I 4oa s.+

terta .e4 ant forOItat, b did 4 ctrto thjn to the wont ot t&. ether. .. u-a+ at.n.. worn wtst4 oT tt. Core. satw bast;, I bat 0. emdrrs' .. a.-&a ... Gslb. +

i"tshelt ttr
*5.1*, V1 tyt .eallaerldwtal&v aft.... ...t Argeottoa. Or, DVMO. la arts CBM C'otftol: .Uat*. aril Ueslc 0- w *(* to. tttbaeal aosalastoI. .l yrcrNt* twstwesn .c.- 1J.:-''wstadet
....>Akr.i bM ........-1 sa.t It at atg. smriBs.'iiMl. rear 0.I .* ... . .. .. l'
/ *. tH* ....Cac et tt. St+eech wucmom Xtr HoC. at lg'elwe. . ..,... 0a4 tt.t g4ano o .... err
> .. tat A .etg. .. n.rmriee ,, -
-I .hI& .bee, 'l z' e.rt ., 1 l.
'kaeirwese.Ito.eemewe.1rq
: Rgtw ttttt A2 teen._ Jbo..aI- 1 eMtf tw..tftawssst at ,e0+'r :>.
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aentlal features of which have been our other Insular .1i
rywent .re loosenf'd. when approved by: many prominent bankersand i be directed under possessions, should question la the man'a conduct.- If b* I ly and gladly extend to other nations
.-e one executive de- I* honest and upright In his dealings r
.f1I cease to rrgard a business men. According to thin partment. the same measure of Justice and good
a .
by preference the r
,'OW
.. Itfef with all It* dntle.raa plan national banks should be permit. of state the department with his neighbor and with the state. I treatment which we expect to receive -'

:',ape awl all its reponlop ted to Issue a specified I proportion of war. or department of then he Is entitled to respect and good : In return. It... only a veer small body

I \ .i a_mad. to a* the Ufe beat their capital In note of a given kind Hawaii. treatment. B.pe >lally: lo we need to I of our Htlaen that act badly Where

evil day for the the Issue! to be taxed at so high a rateas The remember our duty to th* stranger l the federal government has power u
then
. needs of Hawaii
are peculiar.. wlthld our gate It Is the markof
sure
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p"' to drive tbe will deal with '
. I, are.t hand. There notes back when not j snaaaoarily any su{< h.
( v- Tin tb land and classes of wanted In legitimate' trade. Thla plan ,. and Every aid should be given the Islands a low civilisation, a low morality, to Where the several s tat en have power

.. our where the birth ratepee would not permit the Iwie of currency our efforts should be unceasing to abuse or. discriminate against or in I earnestly ask that they. also dos'
:::.' to develop them along the lines of a community any way humiliate such stranger who I
give hanks and with such
] tbe death rate SurelRIJIk..lIIe additional profits, but to. wisely promptly conduct <
1 0/e. of small has
freeholders here
not otcreat come lawfully and wbo Is
to meet! the else this small of
; demonstration emergency presented by times or body wrongdoer
F .r ._o=Id n'eJ, sterility no I.. from the of stringency."fipasn; planters with cooly tilled es conducting himself properly.. To remember i may brine shame upon the great
_t ? tlful tates. Situated,. as this territory Is, !In this ta 'Incumbent on every
nation. from tbe +. of : mass of their' Innocent and right
; of the High Money. tbe middle of the Pacific there American citizen and 'It t I. of course'
are .
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; fellows
the thinking -that Is, our nation
human race. one I do net MV that upon
this
tbe
at of Is the right duties Imposed upon this small community peculiarly. Incumbent on every govern wholes .
Is national as .. Good manners should
1\1I'\ whlrh the penalty aystamI I onlr advance It to emphasize I which do not fall In like degree meat official whether of tb. nation or be International less
death, a sin for which mr be'lef thAt there Is need of the an no than an
Kra for or manner upon any: other American several states.I ,
Individual attribute. I ask fair treatment
sin which Is -
e a the I
adoption of
na atonement some system which community. This warrants our treat. am prompted to say thl by the at
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for the Japanese as 1 would ask
v 1 '*" dreadful exactly In propor- shall be nutomntlo rind open to all : ing It differently from tbe way In tltude of hostility her and there a-.. fair treatment' for German or Kngllah

II (be men and women guilty around' IJllto"". r'"' di(* to avoid all pose!. : which we treat' territories contiguousto snored- toward the Japanese In this
, men Frenchmen! llusdana or Italian.
ue In other respects. In chan bility of tllNfntr'nntton! and favoritism I or surrounded by sister territories country- This hostility la I sporadic and
.. I ask It as due to humanity and civilization.
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sail bodily and mental powers. Such n rlwn .MM tend to prevent the : or other states and Justifies the Is limited to a very few place Nevertheless
setting I ask It due to ourselves.because
n* .
the state
r whom for the sake of spasms of liJjrJi money and speculation aside of a portion of our revenues it I la must discreditable to u* asa
w must act towardall
uprightly
Kin be well to see' the then and which now obtain In the! New York' be expended for educational and Internal peopK! and It may be fraught with

. of oral'brought healthy children.: market, for at prevent there Is too I Improvements therein. Hawaii the gravest consequence<< to the nation. men. '
r In homes made happytlz much I The Natural. Japsn.s.. ,
: up currency at certain seasons of la now making an effort, to secure Immigration friendship between the United
presence. No man. no wo- tbe year and Its ncrtmtnlatton at New I fit In the end to assume the State and Japan baa been continuous t recommend to the congress that ac

tea shirk the primary duties of'vfcetber York: tempts banker* to tend It at low duties and burdens of full American slues the time, over half a century ago act be passed specifically' providing forth

for love of ease and rates for l'IpP"ulaU.tJ'luI'J'OIIP"' n-herea citizenship, and whenever the leaders when Commodore Perry by his expedition naturalization of Japanese wbo

eM' for any other cause. and at tether ttm M wl.on the croj.are being In the various Industries of those Islands to Japan first opened the Island come here Intending to became Am r

t This or her self respect moved there li! 'nrprent nervl for n finally adopt our Ideals and to western civilization. Sinn then the I lean citizen. One of the great em

American Shipping.Itt large but temporary tnerrne In the heartily Join our administration In endeavoring growth of' Japan baa been. literally I barrassrnruta attending the performa ,
It astounding. There I. not only nothing of our International obligations |is tt
once again call the atten- currency supply must never lx fo* to develop a middle class I
.
*
IB to parallel It but the fact tbat the of the
"tbe congress to two subject gotten that this question conce-m bnal l l. of substantial citizens a way will then nothing>> to approach statute Unltenl
i ness men ... It In the history: of civilized: mankind. I State are entirely Inadequate. They
which I bare frequently: generally quite it* much a be found to deal with the commercial
DK bankers. Japan has n glorious and ancient I fall to give to the national, government
communicated with them. One.a.Vestion Especially Is this!< true of and Industrial problems which past
[ of developing American stockmen farmers and hnslnoM menIn to them so serious The now best appear Her civilization Is older<< than that of udclently ample power through United .

r .. the west for at the nations of northern Europe' the na I IUona State court and by the use of the
I trust that a law emOOJIIIIIMtanC'e ,- present at try! r.tin Americanism Is that which alms for
the views or a major seasons of the year the difference tn stability and of from whom th* people of th. I army and nary to protect alien in the
[ permanency: prosperous United State have chiefly sprung Hut I rights secured to them under solemn
Interest rate between the east and the
, t if the views expressed In the reso citizenship rather than immediate
: this subject laid before the west Is from 0 to 10 per cent, whereas returns on largo masses of c.plt.LAla.ka. fifty year ago Japan'a development t'!i treaties which are tb* law of the land {

r tit Its last session will be passed. In Canada the corresponding difference was still that of the middle age Dor | X therefore earnestly recommend that

ri Ym well aware that In former years Is but 2 per cent. Any plan must. of Ing that fifty year the progress of the the criminal and civil statute of the

i oaabl. measures hare been pro- course guard the Interests of western Alaska's needs have been partially country: In very walk In lit. has been j United titate tae so amended anti added

and southern bankers as met but there must be a complete reorganization -I a marvel to mankind and she now to a* to enable the president, acting
; !la reference to the encourage- carefully: as
of tba governmental i stands na one of the greatest of civl-, for tb. United Htate governmeut
I. er American shipping, but it It guards the Interests of New York or sys ,
to me that tbe proposed measto Chicago bankers and must be drawn :, tem. as I have before Indicated to you.I lined nations, great In the arts of war which la ...* OQalt'l. lit our International

from standpoints... of tbe farmer and ask your especial attention to this. I and In the arts of peace, great In milltary. relation, to enforce the right nt
unobjectionable as
e as nearly I.I Our fellow citizens who dwell { In Industrial. In artistic develop- i
the merchant no less than from the on the alien under trr-alle Hven a. U o
T eu be. It will of course benefitour
P seaboard states- nch as standpoints of the city --banker and the I j shores of Puget sound with character- i anent and achievement i law now I. something ran b* don by

! Louisiana and Washington country banker. :t' Istlc energy ar* arranging to hold In Praise For Japan. I'| the federal government toward thl*

Seattle the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific expo t Japanese untdUtr. end and la th. matter now before n>*
r tTBtt benefits part of our people Inind Tbe law should be amended so as. and sailors bar .
benefits all. Just as governt4 specifically: to provide that the funds sition. Its special alms Include the up. ;, shown themselves equal In combat to affecting the Japan... everything thatIt

0 ! to Irrigation and forestry: In derived from customs duties may J.. building of Alaska and the developnient I any of whom history make. Dote Kb. .1* In my power to do wilt be done
;4rws|, of American commerce on the baa produced and all of the fore**, military sod
t vat Is really of benefit not only treated by the secretary: of the tree great peneral and
i ns Cocky mountain states but to ury: as be treats funds obtained und k Pacific ocean. This exposition In Its mighty admlmla.' lice lighting men civil, of that United Htatoa wblrtt I may

I sir country If It prove Impraci the Internal revenue law*. The |. purposes and scope should appeal not afloat and ashore. ahmr all the heroic. lawfully employ will b* no *tBpk>yU.Thr .
only" to the people of the Pacific I
r i to>> enact a law for the encour- should be a considerable' Increase !In. T slope. I courage the unquestioning unfalterIng ,I should however. be no partlcl
but to the poop I* of the United States of doubt a* to the power of tile nation ,
t of shipping generally, then bills of small denominations. Permission loyalty, the splendid Indifferenceto
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t hut pros son: should be made for should bo given banks It necessary I at baa larJAI..ka aloe It was bought hardship and death which markmdtho : *l government completely to performand
the
yielded to fll.OOO.-
government
communication with South under settled restrictions, to retire Loyal Itontns, and they show also enforce Its own obligation to oUt ;

t notably for fast mall lines their circulation to a larger 000 of revenue and baa produced near.ly that they POMS*** the highest Ideal of ', .r nations. Th mob of a single city
$300.000.000 In
golf furs and flab.
aechfetlkuth American It amount than three millions month. When patriotism. Japanese artist of every |I nay at any tlm p.rtonnt.* of I law
bce port properly developed It will becomeIn kind see their product eagerly sought i lag vlotour against Hmo d,..* of for
ltable to ns tbat our business large degree a land of homes. The
, : for In ail land Tb. Industrial and .I.cnen/ which would plant na Intowr. -
for
1:1k;: of direct commuulcai countries bordering tb. Pacific.
oceanhave
PHILIPPINE TARIFF.Lower '1 That itself. weald bpowrle
i> lie shape of Hue of steamers : a population more numerous than commercial development" of Japan has city by .
ben phenomenal greater than that of .a to make defense against the
featj America, should In that of all tt, countries of ,,
that Europe
Btot-r I' ., any other continent be at a dlsad. Rate of Absolute Tree Trade Their annual foreign commerce
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.At the mm time the advance In Independent of this! government It "
rerr-arcd to the business amounts to over f3.oOO.000.OOO. of
, d peoaHRENCYREFORM. Is Vrr d. science and philosophy I I. no iris mark ;I would.. sever venture to perform or
which the share of the United State Issome
I most earnestly hope tbat the bill toprovide ed The admirable management of the iwrmlt th* r-forananN of th* art

a lower, tariff for or else absolute $700.OOO.OOa It this trade were '! Japane. lied ('rose during tb. &Iota I I complained of. Tti. eaU,.* power and

fre trade In Philippine product thoroughly understood and pushed by I war, tb* efficiency and humanity of the whole duty to protect the offending' y
msnufacturers and tb.h.du.trlH .
will become a law. No harm will our producers the Japanese ofllelala. nurses and doctor rlty ur tb. ofe that. community I).
not of the Pacific .
slop
com to any: American Industry, and. only I *, won the respectful' admiration ofall In lb. band of th* I'nltwf.. Hiatus get.rnm.st
Detects la Present System while there will be some small but real bat of all our country, and partJcul.r.I acquainted with the fact Through It I I. unthinkablthat' w.
of our cotton growing states wooklb
r : Pointed Oat. material benefit to the Filipino, the the lied Croat tb. Japanese people' sent should rwntluo a |H>>IKy" under which a,
greatly benefited. Of course In order
11Ipoeca"y call your at tendon to tbe main benefit will com by the showIng to get tb**>* enenta w* meat treat : over $100,000 to the sufferers of Han .gives lomlHy biay IMP allowed to com'

, at;* 1t..the condition/ of our i; Francisco and the gift was acceptedwith fait a made as to our purpose to do all la fairly the countries with which w*
e Uw. The national bank act our power for their welfare. Ho far trade. t gratitude by our popl' Th. and the tfniir-t liiat** a.,.v.rnmut Urn,

at'7 served' a great purpose In.. our action In the Philippine bAa beeu 'nt'8U.na' Morality. t courtesy of the Japanese. nationally lied tt tie preventing) tl.. roaitnlt

C>. roormon buslne develop- and and Individually, has loHUt1.nJ"T'" of U. cruse. but 'Id tb. last report t. .
abundantly Justified not mainly It Is a mistake and It betrays a splr
x. C. c ,entry and within ten Indeed not primarily because of the It of foolish cynicism, to maintain that bial To no other country baa there defending tb* |'*ot". who have root'

IrI! -:* fca* bn an Increase Inn i added It baa bn<< *uel an Increasing somber of a..U1. It Klast the rwdr dignity given u* a* a all International governmental action
t per +-apita from $21.41 to that | visitor from: thl land a* to Japan. In their own wrongdoing.CUBAN .
nation by proving w* are capable la and must titer be ban upon mere
e "r c;, cral I return Japne.. pate. rune her Isgreat
yean evidence baa .
1It .. honorably and efficiently to bear the ..In.| .IIDIM and that to adraoc *ttleal .
::=:.. number Thy an wtam na
eg that additional ,
leg International burden which a mighty reason for sorb action Is always I
.* t t-trJeJ:: la all INTERVENTION.
Tb daily and tllrttiaily our college
recurrenceof:
but b-
people abould bear even more a sign of hypocrisy This Is no more .
i at s Ja and Institutions of higher learning. .
'1 eompbulthe d. cause of tb* Immense benefit that has necessarily true of the set loo of governments '
k -t -re-eot lawn Then must com to the people of the Philippine than of tile action of tail !. alt our professional and social W* WUk $.dglerg. ;f tie Isla4 Sv
a r--.A..oa: of them toll.. Th Japan.. bate won tn a ';
.
.; because to Island. In the** Island w* are steadily vlOuals. It 1. a sure sign *f a ba.1aslnn That It rr*.a.,.
I
c. iy are mans to Incur Introducing both liberty and orderto stogie generation th* right to stand i
"Y ct always to seethe has motive I Last Augnt an | *. .rtl. brats
twlnetw disaster. Since abreast of th* foremast and meet .n* n trr n
than their peoplehavs.v.r ,
greater degree
tall for the setiov* of ottt.ra. Unqvesnonably ant tn Caba wnlrb. It speedily. '
r ;*in4 tber. baa been a before known. Wa have ** ngt>tnd pof4* ef Junos.s Amer.lea. grew *v

_.. c. '=- the Interest m call mom cured Jostle W. bar provided an no nation can afford to disregard ,. They bate won.ntnlrnwnmrlt* Meat tIM tb* ....u.* C bn gotttve.meat <

2 IMV cent to ao per cent' .. and efficient potlc fore and have putdown proper roiu&lrrstloo of self latrrvstaay I and by their ewe .,",108. th* rtxht wa fwywert*.*. to .n>*... TW

tertaroa .as eveo greater dortrearary ladronlam. Only In the Island mere than a private Individual ran to ,..*,...*t w a ....C. of fall and a.srmnHml wa. rM at.d1y raked by

t sit months n. seeby of Leyt and Hamar I* the authority>> so da Uot 1C I. eowally true that the milk qvBty- Th evi.rwh.tmiag. .. the tlwrn CnfMa grvrmmant ttf Inter

., th bad to step fa of our government r *latd. and tai* by aver*** private ,..nwlirWoal any teal seam *f oar people. cherish a ttvtjr regard von and HajtRy. woe n.tloit. lay the

0 111M artSoca pII a to tb* wild mountain tribe under the ev PI'- ly djwnt roniBBpnHy doN many ..- and r..peet fr tb. p* pl. *f ,rtdnl mf C... nt b. talnO4 to ?

.,1.1." of o. natloo. sttUoo Inspiration of fakir and parada lens with r.fer*.,... to oOr seen la Japan, and ra shoed t every q .rtor *T r-*). tnt has .a.n..*.. wa Inevsrs.hd. >

swe. tka. suds floctnadoo U 'rwUgloaa leader. W. are constant which be Is gvt4-4 net by self later the t/alon th* .an apr from J.pa. I* *. that *.*>. ** tn* ofbr ....ttq. '

gate :* .t but *. regard fvtb l tbat I b t tttMMl wCVwr* w*.M ...... t.. carry
t'OIDmerdal rate and ly increasing th* meacor or liberty by pat < vr1V tested a. n* < *one* *, *
"rtE.j left In the .aftld.0t7 accorded' th Islanders and next prtng. rlcDta of'offer**. *rf a .....ter.. *
l eves at blcta rate. .All torn. If condition' warrant, w* shall take a : pnrpo to d* *.-+ '** ..O.*rs and t.> .f rlvltid r.rep. t* and e>**rv.* .. powerless to malaUUi .eO. .. It we.

h2sreeta .vlfer daring .da great .trid* forward In touting th*(r r**** ta* ton. *T the r-ia.nmal y .. ewhere It* trtod I...t here and ..*,. a most I rvM.nt lIMa tiMMM wa Impn4tav and

1"d' Ise..he nt... for call capacity for **lf get.ram*st by .... HHnHarly a r.ray greet soflne ; wrUry fswtiaaT aatffd lU.rfftoward tUsr* ... .v.ry prvfeaUary that If
b grew York: .. matter of Is-a the ..th. ft1c that atp were ant ..n..dl. lfy takes ItT
attract mooey ) liUUv. *a- mast sties ago. s a Japaa.s.
ant nJJptn
tnonlac tn .
='att.q. be.k. lot the .pea. awmbty. and* th* way" In which they eftea 4see stet. ....... eA+er ........ HIt l... bees ales In anwtilag them witrroos I Ott* g*.*,...<..t to. try .. rtor* .r l.rthe

v't Thla depletes the toad stand this test will largely il* *r a1.* a fnt, *+c fsi Use .....* .* ****. 9.ttorvwt. gar I th. .***sees *rs.i. < In ... Trmn t representatives *f rartM &...<*<.
+r3 ..... ...,... ta tb. alaa4". w mJ *pfMjrM
.53 v us.'vwtss. be .Ilable lor whch. the **4f g" maant thee bat. py. ". n*..... cUdy. totrsl wet. elate sad fa .ttoric* *g.tat them tiMKr issp.vtD. gatMg.M.I. fr

Si. fit s. sad .IMfttaJ .... granted will be |ncr: ad *r ocrad. rMMfa. ... and as ls>. wavwrfe* Co1.IIr tn *.* *r two .< ...- pieces %...%.. .* I armed taa.r....,*n In ....* toOM prerset

.. C-t t0 pay abaormsl for' If we have erred at aU P* th* PhO- this di. uiereeedaesr hi Iatettttfoasl their *flwrtnry ** vet*re. ?. abet t H'... and prep*rty at t2Mf sIUaeo.Thaatta .

2It _=east ayehrtaU a bE,. I. tM tgrtae It .... be- s a pe.eedtag tee aerioe.. 1054 t.a4'tT *f tn. tortds Its*m set from miss p.Ml. nenli t. a to tt. .r*.,>*+/da-H. over

interest tbarge? I. la th 4lrrttn *f graating a .. ito rswprtstaaT a aatSMs to r* wirlUHt atj when ,..,. .
a aa.l rapidly fly are ts0tarss4 ..,,. f war **.. laaa.**til.fy to **.d
C'eIIaDNree .r titsgrew. large ananr. of wit gwvra*.*.&. W* gaits ttat ..*.... to *rt ..tth J...... trot else .at..* hs the ta4, I aaagh ..*** to Coke to nr .
1\,. r3t.m.et ar. bvUdlag rood W* haws fr 10.tmmeavrawe .. toward tea selgfrb. ..s, ........y .gn.ete taT tti ..,""''!** n4 ...** K1.ftt.aJa altesimae fr. ,..*> t* w alT **.*..*. sad

....;:, et 0.. facts g..4 of u e people, asrsargrd and sUvisia.. If .. ../ttr.r ..... WdI .s a'et' g10Aty welt.arr. i I tSrth.fto,, 4kpeided Ma ruleM the

Cc: : 1>!M 'at. ery.t.m Is wf1.a 'etr the t.t.Adsat1 .c tadn...a.. age rI.IM fee a s>auai to 4..wcMd fin Jspeese etai..... and so which I a.rrty *, wr grid ... at..lMel ....

..:'" -.n..w-.s...,.. ... K .abas'es Ivrt tae al so. to It that they .,. sf9- ewa ........ and at M fx.!*.. a4 a*y Jp.iW ... ......... do aael eswt rved* :t r4ry .T ..*.. k* .,Pier Inal ihey a*4IM
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----=- ., .n n tree aoe*** to see arrstets 714babas be wtek.d to ttrsah Meat -.r swssgoaaw1N *.*v* n* met to tears ff**. Jp*n .! grab eltlh .... aJttM,.... ..e C.

_- ..z- ea .... to w.t t. ns.s .... 110 ...... ........0.. fb .......... tArus lle1 If M elitefar -. *a Jape n.. .. M*m fr.** .*. sari n* i it&m I gr *t* t AJI .TrM *. ..*.** a. bltooI

&t ... they .re tie ItMft sad sgsahtad then l.. +prry eCsatsastag a aresestsl. .. ...... .. .tea Is ft* at to ..**. WSJ*.. M M also meat ..<..'**. t*. .* ilnrfiB7 rty .......

r, aet..q.. K ea.opavs. tb aSTalr U an Ise ....... tweet ae.4 tot..* .. ....... Moe souls ,w4. ee ....... Threa0eest iapae.. .I wtfe tr sn*.*l Mast.*...*. ..rigs

.. '.srt.t later ....r tlk* As. ..r1r a ..*.-the I**.***.. la fish .d. asset** abet .tam>..a says Amen,*.* srs.... trl.. **d **yI t to a* a*******. a-lwHjia.tMMr sad set-

.a0 w w. ales poa.... ..*.... Blew sad Haws*..-.. a. t. >-.r has.*.. Ie.*....sal W *nr s*..., fa... as MB* pen AakMtran* at 11. spars Wass ..... rtv4t *aul .

.r..14 .... srske ........., that It ia s. .em7 .slt. tW sWn l etsnJ.aM. W tie.Ifat I t I at their
?Se ...... it aviss to ** | lisas. to treat Ito J..*n**. with n IOMaa ,irtitnl gusraadaat lira,

'_- -. t"" t.e.6a ..K...Qe 7sftsdtk thou. -4..t&, that tN a..c shesMt'y . ....... vest .. a. ..... M ....... lr.rlsry .54 ......" ........ M N lest tai Yiam MS .. t wwlsl wet .t' the r..

ever. ..... 0. .....sJ etaaa.sead K ........, bettr. .. ..
y' :;r '*' the ke .r ..lk! ee moth a /.** .* If tnf srvwuty tnOwr s...... fse/laar/. The 4waam aim.gvws .

. a. -n P'_.set3eee All..,.. u.. .tdeet swrrasgW4. fI.4 btiF dsph.fstIp.rpe. .

r=:.. p.ctlartyt J..c Anssdras. cttieeeblp. shs..1 he sew J.eee .. L +s'wre.r. .., *MrO*. ff**.. *.. CWa r-d6t J'OIC of .'s waimve. anso that tewr.

:* .taa fad tevss4 so the eut e .c ,.,. IDoIt I .ay asset w. pest .. astfiNeh3rtf M tnrnt **. .a. Aeteachsw W* n*p. wa n*power ** a*$ .* W* ra Gleav.
piss
tn tees a, ,we4 b7 '%1W h.sbees Jan ta I.sele. a \I hot we ...c dot 'e$.. ls.ttcs .' to Per. snaimtfy awwta pat tntk coal t*. ..**.*....*..*.*. b at Ijn .. .'

r '. -- ..-........ A-..'JIIftt 0- ........,tie dsee4ap.e. aa4 he4eee't 'lttettyrtmrm .I sad gnat wSI &II>vasaa3assrw estgns rs.. grt ts..*..s+ .** Rite **.4a",, W* a=+sane* w tb 1M .. .sL'&l /nTHE ;

j .... .........., rw.. sua4to .r a. feta.cal --- e. Ii'ssr1a.hed4 \ liars miMsytls. ri-ff WOwsr. c *y *r* I wlsth, a. wr aeg. t. W'1IdI. Ilv a gte. smsertaset .Sllkt ... emh4Is4 fwlb.

ter. 7-.r .,.. .. ...c geese t9reaieewry > : ee rre .reaL'r1.e." gissn age aa.ssaatloansJ 4.otatwsgsst. is e... deal. tar lSt54 t5It K L'Affiae. t ... .....

'N. -.c. >as lawatesllpy .Zbrn .. *.oaM 'III tletid ........., tJig. re tPp+eN Dt.Jo..4 AI/ Mae wt Its .44,, eat er; tit ... .. 0. JUJu1JM0t. ,

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THREE MURDERS: LAID TO SIBLEY

:GOL M'FARLANE' .- I 1;
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.. He la Captured "After Desperate Fight

: IS WELL PLEASED I LEMON MOZLEY'S ELLXTR El Paao. With Tex. omeera.. Dec. ..--Atte a Easily I

desperate flgb: with ofBcera. daring Carried AboutThe

For *4 o f a Con fury which be wae .hot several tunas, aDd
Compliments Gainesville on Its has been curing people of wounded acre:tit of bas ,purla.,.. A. advantages of a Perfection
that almost universal disease.CONSTIPATION. It. Slbley." tb.* sheep buyer, who It
Oil Heater realised
Marvelous Development.SAYS arc when you
la ,robbed
alleged bad murd.red..tad
U.V.. Cawt eme, and J> ,y. Bast- want to heat some particular room Tt

IT DENOTES PROSPERITY an well as all other trou?. ear on and another rancher on three; euccesaive or hallway in a hurry. Here a

caused: by a torpid IKer. .la,,_, In Valverde county, was heater that you can easily carry
(MI", MscFarlane Has Watched the City It i at a purely vegetable compound captured In the mountains near San about>-something you cannot do with
pleasant in tate, mild believed other stoves. Far superior to other
derson and Is in Jail your
now
For Several Years and Admire the
in results.
in action, thorough
oil heaters and a necessity in houses that
to be mortally wounded.
Energy and Pluck: of It* People, Who Good for baby, parent or
S hard to heat. ThePERFECTION
Q. grandparent. It you have Tbe circumstances attending the are
j Are Whote-Soul.d. never used It, steak to your murders are said to have been almost

lion. Matthew 13*'.llacFarlane, colJeetor l. neighbor. identical. utbley had purchased Qti't>;j)?tzi c

of customs for the port of Tam sac an.I 'r.pr.r bottle berda from his alleged victims. In

pa candidate. for Governor, on the Republican at nil Drug Stores. each case the rancherdelivered l the
stock at Del Rio. received a "check Oil Heater
ticket during the last gubernatorial
which he promptly cashed and later ,
campaign, end one of the most
was found murdered and robbed. The : (Equipped wits Smokeless Device)
Influential and widely known Republicans
I
murder which caused Intense excitement -
la the State, who was her. Sun : gives intense heat and is as easy to
attrlfiutej
Japanese Enter United 8tat... I were at first to
',4af by invitation of Gainesville' Lodge operate as a lamp. The wick cannot be
feelings growing of the arrest of
Sap Antonia TfX. Dec.A epe- out
,Wo. 600, B. P. O. E.. to deliver the I' turned too high or too low. The smokeless .
chat to the I: pre_ frfom Eagle Paea alleged! revolutionists. .
;memorial address at the ....Ion of tor- ears: Three hundred Japanese hare: The disappearance of Slbley direct- device prevents all smoke and smell.

row fo pleased with Oafneevllle.' entered the United Stales from Mexico I ed suspicion toward him aad'he .was I3t13 S Brass oil fount beautifully cmbo&sed. I

,, Co). MaoFarlane left with lion since Nov. 1. though they are not) taken until after he hful wou d- Holds 4 quarts of oil and

Henry g, Chubb on the early morning leaving Mexico because of 111 treatment ej several of his pursuers And had burns 9 hours* Ornamentalas

y, train Monday Jacksonville, where which they claim they receive beet l rendered helpless by his own well as useful Two

1 they probably had an Important po- at the hands of Mexican employer wound _ _ finishes-nickel and f ran.
The Japanese contend that they ware Every heater warranted.
,lltlcal engagement j but he took ocea
New Cure for '.
Ion' to say a few nice things relative allured Into Mexico with promise l of Epilepsy.J If not at your dealer's write our nearest agency

to<< Gainesville and Its people before good pay and pleaaa.nl work on the B. Waterman Waterinwn, O for descriptive circular. ,
forma, eo It wa promised the Japanese Rural Free Delivery writes "Mf
I taking tile departure b excelled1 In ligfctJLJG3ky1
who aide, In tho work of securing daughter afflicted for years with epl- The: H&fVt/dT* Lamp -
"You know I always did have fany the Japanese for Mexican giving i pafedhr
agricultural Iwpsy. was cured by Dr. King's New rately safe
c for Gainesville.. he remark ion w6rk. On arriving In Mexico Life 1'1I") She has not had an attack constructed, and fa the best lamp for aU-n>>und household
elrele of friends In the lobby of the however, the Japanese declare for over two years But body cleaners use. An ornament to every room Made of brass throughout
Brown lions' Etundsy as hit reposed In and nickel-plated. Every lamp warranted. If not atduJa'
that they are put to work In coalmines and life Riving' tonlo on earth. "Cc
comfort! In a biff chair, puffing away atTampa on little wages and food and at all drug store .,writ to nearest agency for descriptive circular. _ _,,

a cigar, the very fumes of ore watched by guard making a con ----y- STANDARD OIL COMPANY.Incorporated.

whleh lndl.atd that It was of the ttltlon MtU better than severe. To A.... t.-.'. "..nl.....

purest Havana "1 have been watchJjsxc this la due the great exodus of them America baa little of the economic _. .
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this town rot year, beaaaie I have from Mexico. aaeaclty of J llanJ. Intellectual acumen
'fled frequent occasions to visit her. of Oermany or social rhythm of J. .. M. GRAHAM President If. E. TAYLOR.Cashier

...rh..,. because I watched It andanU.t. A Western Wonder. France-.l. 12 Wlnshlp In Armenia. U.o. W. UTTD. Vita-President LXK GRAHAM. Ast. Caohlor

." Interest In lie ..I-| ._.
such an "
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There's a II111 at Bowie' Tex.: that'stwice
r. was on account nf th* affable.Hospitable as big as last year. This wonder THE FIRST NATIONAL BANTOF :
manner i,t which I have alraya ).
Is W. L. II111, who from a weight' of 00
entertained the hand of '
been at
j' pound.has grown to over 180. u. says s %-
: G.LtINI S"VJLLE_
*oar people."Hut
"I suffered with a terrible cough and f
.
/ I note from time to time, up.I I doctors :
Rate me up to die of oonsump
,*an the oaraslon of my visits, the rapid tloo. I .was reduced 90 pound., J THE ONLY NATIONAL, BANK IN ALACHDA C(
.
: strides your oily It making I I note the
when I began taking Dr. King' New
," wonderful Improvement In your thor ..
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In building*-and In IXseovery for Consumption Coughs CapItal. . . . . . . . . . _ .$50.000 00
oughfares. your
and Colds. Now after taking 13 bottle -
',:.feet In every direction-whloh neees* I have more than doubled In Surplus and Undivided Profita. 30,000 00
eerily d.noa.Ihlt prosperity of youreUlssnr *' f
weight and completely cured
;: and I congratulate' all, am Ooee eat instxel, a DaBktall: 6.IIdee..eisb raeWU e*cqa j to any bank t. 'tie BsaN So.eaeeo5.saof
you Only sure eoogh and cold l cure. Guaranteed Parm.ra.tterobaa..tionorsatoss.sic. lBVe_'.no...
that will continue to bt.ve.lalerran.ement AU bartae.asreneaossdpr.uapW'
and trust yon
by all druggists. BOo sad $1. -
', Advance, If this advancement eon Trial bottle free.Aseumte II.K.TAYLOR,Cashier.
"' ttnuea a. It ha. In the pat. .It I.I safe to .
r.
:., tale that your population<< will be Reins of Government.
doubted within the next live years." Teheran." I'crela. IVo. 4.-Th PERRY U. COLSOH Pros J. W. BUILDING Vlce-Pres. B. R. COLSON, Sec.-Trt

,, Ool. MaoFarlane also took oectslou! report that Mohammed! All Mlrxa. th > a

compliment the poop). on securing heir apparent and governor of Aierha ALACHTJA COUNTY

"the University of Florida, and added lien hue been summoned, from -
1 Tabrla to Teheran to .....,nt. the rots 'W1W.surrc.rwith
that the msgnlfloent buildings alreadyowt.Iruat.d
would be a credit to any of the governmem In the lllneen orb nwhcu ABSTRACT COMPA3STtxtORroEitrt
!. father, the shah. The establishmeat >* **>< I
;Institution of like character In the f
of a Tereian bank and the Issue
BALLARD'S SNOWLINIMENT .
(United 8aa'.". .
of Internal loan
. an with the objectof
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emancipating. country from dependence G-Eb-l :: Les-v-i11o: F _
Tennessee Fight. .
Long
upon foreign financiers,
appears f
For twenty year W. L. Bawls nf to be assured. WILL CURERtlCUJtA"SJ "The Title: la the Firs Consideration/*

Bells, T nn., fought nasal eatarih. II. \,. CUT*. OLD] We do *n exclusive Abstract business with fselllttea for Imrartlos, 'FU1
,writei" MThe swelling and soreness Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. SOKI1S.( SPRAINS WOUNDS INFOHMAT1ON epneernioR the Title to any and all lands in Alachua CALL -: i

( Inside my note was fearful tilt I b.. Fol.,'. Hooey and Tar has cured STIfF JOINTS MIUKALUIA. DCNL TltANSACTED) 1'llOXITLT.

tan tpplyfng, Itueklen'* Arnica Salve many eases of asthma that were -eonsldsrrd SCALDS. UTZ.,
to the aure surface this eaated the .. O. A. Frledel allasi, Tr x.
hop.).... Mrs. Adolph Ilu wrltee: .*Iua.U"Uartl'.SDOW
orenets and swelling to disappear, lug, Tot West Third St., Davenport, Liniment for my family. It
never to rtorn." II.., salve In Isl"-1 lo..a.. writes "A severe eold eon la the beet Liniment made. ABSTRACT REALTY COMPANY

!>."0'. 2Be at all druggists'. I traeted twelve years ago was n.RI.et.duntil It relieve burne .n lacald*.'

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I. It fleetly grew Into asthma. Thebeet X3c. SOc and $1.00

faulty 'Injured by .'.11. medical l skill available eould not oorporat.c11:
Liniment Co.
Ballard Snow
St. Joain. Mo. Dee 4.-Mm.Caarle give me more than temporary relief.Vol.y' E. E. VOYLE. MG-R.
ex. xjotna.210.: ,
Itbode wa probably fatalJy and Tar
Honey waa rveom
Abstracts of Title and foil Information tarnished. regarding lands U tal
' hurt an4 about 1100.000 lose was ).
meoded sad one a"-'e. boss entirely Our has lived aaiIs
county. manager In this county thirty yean
r" caused by Ore which destroyed- the
a cured me of asthma whlob bad
Sold and Recommended by thoroughly conversant with land title.
lUock lv.-5tory More Monday IUGna'rbe
been growing on me for twelve year
'
the ". M.Louisville. JUIIno' (. aJ.m.
I ta*. woman fell from are 111 had taken It at the start I would
eecape. about SO feet above the pave .
have been saved years of 'Dcr.rlaa. - -- --- -- - --- E Eva :Y: LE.
neat, breaking one leg sad eusaila- .

lag 'nt.....' '&Juri.... Her husband J. W. MeCollom-..--- --.-Co.--- FIRE. ACCIDENT. BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY IB80B.A CZ- Btiresett

feuMt a arrow escape.Rebhere .wllftC' te Hang.Atlanta. and ting a number of prominent American and ln eompaJak"

Dee. 1.--OsvemorTVrenMonday REAL ROTATE AND CITY LOAjTa.

"Assault' PH* ... Avalova.Tlfits. . moralng, declined to't.ta,,fr,, G ra.tx: P o a a .Jr1.orI.dn

Ttaa*-Caueaela. Dc. 4.- A la th* eeateaee of old tnaa J. O. I --- '- -

\ bead of twelve rubbers attacked: I he lUwiiaga and tie negro Alt lYioore.and ..: ...r,, .r"'I, ,," '
Nashville AI R 1 ""
..tate of rilAcAwalova.. pluaderlnger both snail go tob r doom on -
t# re44e ee and a..*ulUag the prtttceea. De 4. Attorney John U. Cooper :'Ii I ,

'. They were captured later aad had p Utloae4> for a reeptt la order'

trill be ,... by Anunt>aea4 eeurttlsYatttal. that the pardoa board might pee otattr \ If You Are Insured.
Best Line to
eaaee, bat the refusal of the I 1

-...'.,- --. -, -. .- ._ governor to great ta* rrsptte ..... s

AIwWf'II It aa.taff u. >f"i3 N; they must ha a*. Birmingham, 2ashviIIe, i" la a Compaay: that te Rrspoaatbl. Have a PoHry o.,,",..1 fc

Memphis KnoxvlUc, LouLs-. r Written W.lb LiberaUly of dopey o..tFUI.1 th. Compel J
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WHat'e Pays a..o.... FrocupUy i f

,1 Laxatives yule Cincinnati SU LouU \
doing
. Womb douse U wt>rta> welt ,

, It ye wish te l.e e..,...of t........,... Chicago and all joints I': You Are Assured C
Ualsaeat sad C
s use HHsrd'e8ex>w y" t
will b* "well mre4.M A r.etlve .... North and West '

t Iftromo i.r ..,..... w..iral<<'.. b"..... ..*. r That.SM eerieioa lees ran ......... you ........ J" !>... eosc'
Tar..gs di leelp.rs .J.. ... m. toOa4agrs. I .t.,.. It
trseted' .....a.. ..4 alt the Itto that .

Seth t. belt t.. A O )I. WtllteaM.tlsvae Ode .....o'm.etlw.t tbwah. serepera Ii' \

*... T...........*t MIe>ave..s 4 frer... rt.dd a. I.bt. Lawse ...- .....c. !
t 'Quinine 8..w Llalsnesift ft.'sf rale4. ankle sad ..,..... Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance.lAfierikaiAeei .

It saw tae bees ef eatt fa tkMi. I.... n..., dtntsg.ear ..n'"* 'a '.

: __ ..J' seep tt lav lh. ...*..** 5d fry ........ .1.\ %sn. be. ........ c.- ..a.. R.ree.sed.

w. M JaRsS..ea Three.t4 .s>.H.tale.frsj N Cakieae 1if

Cure a Cold In One Day aLa. t\
.e.b..ea rarfter Care.Tt 1.r.\ioa se ......,... ew sit .... .
;* ..254 :N[: c"Usarvr: : : : 2S. N ,
Cur tarasab.4r
Grip l n Two hys >. tSM.boar4 .Ur LU e........ beJ.i Neett .r..s ..wdl."'u... .s j,\ ,

pet p'.... .. Mtwew w..... and. .twe t t ak.ert*>Ii trw l a .t OAIN.CSTXLLK, FIXHIT> 4
ha w teat. |..vt*. Wald. tbataswse T U W attut.w .
G.J ::; vie wtUs ... ...,..4-. teases tve.allalsat't31rs. .......usetie5. .. ..' wi I"
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I Jy pagers; stow owing to they study of both of the mistake as well II!' .....

Ij j of COUDuieli to be conquestion as of the success. For this purpose fin earlfer age Ths! prrncTr of selection clencT on the Dne battIe"Ur almolt or that this progress can ne c'otiQtiuaQ.

erwy / that baa nothing could be more Instructive thana will be objected to by good men directly proportionate to excellence In No nation can live unto Itself alone

CJOII' a matter of satisfactionijt&e rational study of the war of 1812 as of mediocre capacity who an fitted to marksmanship We should establish and continue to live. Bach nation's

*nu..'clan republics haveLa It Is told for Instance by Captain do well while young In the lower" positions shooting galleries in all the lame pub- growth Is a part of the developmentof
been Invited top but who are not fitted to do lie and military schools should maintain
ion '. ant time Mahan. There was only one way In well when the race. There may be leaders,
apposed conference. which that war could have been avoid at an advanced sire thee:, national target ranges in different abel there may be laggards, but no nation ,
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rou / r connection between the ed. If during the preceding twelve come Into positions of command and parts of the country and should In can long continue very far In advance
61 of
otn ". to be taken up by the Red years" a navy; relatively as strong as great of responsibility. Hut the desire every way encourage& tbe formation of of the general progress of raan--

t ahI w'J Dee beld at Geneva last that which this) country now has bad these men to be promoted to rifle clubs throughout all parts of the kind: and no nation that Is not dooTned:
:-Z: which natu- positions which they are not land. The little .
: the been built up and an army provided to fill competent republic of Switzerland to extinction can remain very far be.
before abould
J The Hague not weigh against the In offers us an excellent example laall bind It Is with
nations la
'..-J tome relatively as good as that which the terest of as It with
her made It apparent that Ittreble country now has there never would i the navy and the country. matters connected with building upan Individual men. Intercourse assorts. 1tlon

cat to have the work of the have been the slightest necessity!' of I At present our men especially in thenavy efficient citizen soldiery.TII1iODOIW correction of egotism by the In0nance -
and are kept far too long In the
completed nOOS VELT.
conference'' of others
ii' fighting the war and If the necessityhad judgment broadeningof
different be- junior grades and thf'n..t much too advanced The White house Dec. 8 100O.
by tbe powers arisen the war would under such views both experience and thought r
meeting at The Hague. The circumstances Lave ended with our the an age are put quickly through of equals, acceptance of the mora1.t.nd.rd.
senior
\1 grades, often not
labors attaining
ended Its
LJnoM .
.
of
conference speedy and overwhelming triumph. those a community the desire

*. :< of July and the revisedLanded Dnt our people during those twelve old to lx senior of real grades use to until.them they ant are l If too APPENDIX.Address for whose good opinion lends a sans tk
which they
was
convention I Ion
refused to make to the rules of right conduct t
years any preparations are of real being ,
will use put through them
itf delegates these
Ce American whatever regarding either the are tbe renditions of growth Inrlvlttxatlon.
ao quickly that little benefit to
Lptly before the senate. the ''
laid
A whose
people minds
J"'; army or the navy. They saved a mil- navy comes from their having been In I the
and highly appreclatiKV7 by Secretary of State of the
IF me epeclal lion or two of dollars by so doing and them at all. are not open to the lessons of the

to of the governments of Rus- In hundredfold for United States of America worl.ra progress, whose spirits are not
to mere money paid a The navy baa one great advantageover as Ooeor
proposal
bece Netherlands a stirred by. the aspirations and the
*ed each million they thus saved during
the<< army In the fact that tho officers
together ate President
conference achievements
name Sty ot the Third Conference of humanity struggling
I\t .
the three years of wnr which followed of high rank are actually trainedIn
.bleb would conflict with the tbs world orr for liberty and justice,
ll. > of the American republics --a war which brought untold suffering the continual performance of their of American Republics at Rio must fee left behind to? civilisation la Us
d. !-??? upon our people which, at one time duties-that I. In w
the
Janeiro In August was laid management of steady and bstisflcsnt ad",,<<*.
i lit a\0* other' date has yet been sug- threatened the gravest national disaster the battleships and armored cruisers do Janeiro. July 31, 1906. To promote this mutual Interchange and

: tentative programme foreseference and which In spite of the necessityof gathered tnto fleets. This Is not true of sssistsnc between the American rpu1 l

A has been proposed byMernment waging It. resulted merely In what the army officers, who rarely have corresponding '- Mr. President and Gentlemen of the tidy engaged in the same great task intptrd .

of Ilussla. and thewhich was In effect a drawn battle while the ) chances to exercise command Third Conference of American Republics br the same purpose and prefsss ,

It enumerates are un- balance of defeat and triumph was almost over troops under service (condl +I beg you -to believe that I highly lag the same principles I understand to '
i tlons. The appreciate and thank for the honor b. ths funetlon ef the Aanstican conf r.
examination and even. conduct of tho Spanish war you
careful conation nee now In session. There .. not offall .
for the con I do not ask that we continue to In- showed the lamentable of life the you do me.. ens
In preparation sad our countries that cannot benefit the ;,
es. crease our navy. I ask merely thatIt useless extravagance the Ineffl I bring from my country a special other. There ts not one that cannot rseslvs -

and Righteousness be maintained at Its present clency certain to result If tinning peacethe greeting to ber elder slaters In the civ benefit from the ethers. There Is

lac. strength, and this can be done only It ; high officials of the war and navy lliaatlon of dmertca.Unlike not ODe that will not Rain by the pros
In mind that
it ut'ner be kept I
we replace the obsolete and outworn departments are praised and rewarded aa we are In many respects. pertly the peace. the happiness of alL e

h sot merely justifiable but 1mi ships by new and good ones, the' only If they save money st no matter we are alike In this_that we are std According to your proarramme no arrest

i upon honorable men. upon anD equals of any afloat In any navy. To what cost to the efficiency of tbe service engaged under new conditions and free sn<| Imprwesivs single thing Is to be dens '

{. nation where peace can only stop buildings ships for one year and It the higher officers are givenno : from the traditional forms and limits b r you. no political qu..!tons are to be
dnloed by the sacrifice of conttlfna dlllC"\l.\ ..... no controversies. are te be set.
chance whatever to exercise tlona of the old world
means that for that year the na.ygoetI and! In working out
conviction' or of national lied, no judgment to be passed upon
Back instead of forward. The old practice commandFor :years prior to the same problem of popular self guys
Peace Is normally a great the conduct' < of any state but many "eutM
u tad normally It coincides with battleship Texas, for Instance would the Spanish war the secretaries of war eminent.It leets! are to be considered which afford the

now be of little service In a standup were praised chiefly If they practiced Is a didcult and laborious task for possibility ot removtnar bsrrlere te later
but It Is righteousness
,
nesa
fight with a powerful adve>sary. The economy which economy especially In each of us. Not In one generation or course, ef asovrtslnlnar for the common t

*hl rohlcr I DOt peace which should bind the old double turret monitors have out- connection with the quartt"l'm.ster.commlul1r In one century can the effective
of a nation as It should worn their usefulness while It was a )" and medical departments of a superior sovereign so long by each nation In knowledge In ..s.In .....,-

i tbe conscience of an individual waste of money to build the modern was directly responsible for most of deemed necessary to government be enoo. enterprise, In the solution Of 4tfScult .
iMttter a nation nor an Individual questions. of arovevnmvnt and In ethical
'NI single turret monitors. All these ships the mismanagement that occurred In rejected and effective self control by ;
inrrauler conscience to another's standards, of perfecting our know
should be replaced by others and this the war Itself. And parenthetically be the governed. be perfected In its place. .
Neither can a nation which Is .t. of each other and .t doing away
can bo done by a well settled It observed' that the very people who Tb. drat fruits of democracy are
.DtIt1 acid which does not die as pro- manyof I with" the rntsroneeptlons. the Selaunder..tandtnge .
oils die refrain from taking gramme of providing for the building clamored for the misdirected economyIn them crude and unlovely. Its mistakes . and the resultant prejudloee

Itaftt for the Interest of the genera- each year .f at I least one first class the first place were foremost to denounce are many Its partial failures That are ..h fruitful, 110\I.... ef see*

I battleship equal In size and speed to the mismanagement loss and many. It. sins not few Capacity for trovtrer
-that less
are to come no than for
AC( suffering which were primarily due to And there are some subjects In the Pf'O.hle" *
|te btcTMt of the generation of any that any nation Is at the same self government does not come to man
lad today time building the armament presumably this same misdirected economy and to by nature. It ls an art to be learned anrantrae ,Invite dleeusslon that easy
H public men have a right wheth- the lack of preparation It Involved l_d tbe American h llb.... toward" ar
to consist of as large a numberas and It Is also an eipreealon' of cb.Facter
.from shortsightedness from selfish s.........nt upon principles, the ....n1
I-fcfifrrcDce or from sentimentality toMttonal possible of very heavy guns of ono Coast Defense Needs. tobe developed among all the srw t1MI .p ltoaUoa of which ssn ....

vatic* Interests which are caliber together with smaller guns to There should soon be an Increase In thousands of men who exercise popular only In the future through long sad. pas

jfltol ts character. A just war Is In repel torpedo attack while there the number of men for our coast dofeniee. sovereignty.To Heat effort Homo advance si least maybe

is..let.. ['9s box run far better for a nation's should be heavy armor turbine engines Throe men should be of the reach. the goal toward which we msde hers toward the ...napi.'. rule

I ml this tbe most prosperous pe&ceII and. In short every modern de right type and property trained and are pressing forward tbe governing ef justice snd peseo among nations In j

. !Ded by acquiescence In or vice. Of course from time to time there should therefore be an Increaseof multitude must first acquire knowledgethat lieu of force and war,

nwsswwmiTrea kji&c* Moreover wrong cruisers, colliers torpedo boat pay for certain skilled grades, especially comes from universal ....s"Uoa.wtacSom The association ef se sassy .. ..., seen
la
though It crlmktl
front all the repwhllee, .....,. ef ops.la.In .
!for ers or torpedo boats will In the coast' artillery. Money that follows practical expert-
nation destroY-I
a not to for
prepare wars their awn Keenest ike tn.......... that
.- I IUllt may escape the dreadful con built also. All this, be It should be appropriated to permit race, personal Independence nod self will nrlee amenar reu the habit ef t.ea.persle .

ht sres of being defeated In war would not Increase our navy, but troops to be massed In body and exec respect befitting men who. acknowledgeno and kindly dUrasalon ., matters

[jail nut always be remembered that would merely keep It at Its present clsed In maneuvers. particularly In superior, self control. to replace that of esmmsn lat....... the assertaiament ef

[ sw ts be defeated In war may be far strength. Cqually. of course, the ships marching.: Such exercise during the external control which a democracy' rejects ....men .rwt.lkl.e and ...... the ......

IEa will be absolutely useless If the men summer Just past bas been of Incatculable ., respect for law obedience to the potion of mleunderstaikdUteT. *, tae esblk4< "'

test.tbD not to have fought at .n. aboard them are not so trained that benefit to the army and should lawful expressions of the pubs a ..111.t'OGaW..Uoa ,... is ail Ike_ Asaerlsen peoples ef thispsa.ef.i
r been well and finely said, a for the opinions and Interests and sonsMowto method ., ens.i iferrlna
wfca they can get the best possible service under no circumstances be discontinued. y
uttoa U not necessarily a dlov of others equally entitled to upon InternationeJ ei>.otlsno-.thisslene.
a
out of the formidable but delicate and. If on these practice marches and
,d gallon but the nation ..... Irroepoottvo eC 1he r.eslnttone .
or man
voice In the state, loyalty to that abstract
complicated' mechanisms Intrusted to In these maneuvers elderly officers
wtncvd If tbe obligation to defend fee sew adeel and the see von tt ensyen
[ WW It tblrked. their care. The marksmanship of our prove unable to .bear the strain they C'OOC'9PIIoD-ODe' reeustryasiissspling war ...... will anarta a> .wkstatlals4vsn

>*t should men has so Improved during the last should be retired at once, for the fact .. that loyalty to personal sov .o In Ike dUeetten e< inter nation sj

I wr .as a nation do everything five years that 1 deem It within bounds Is conclusive ss to their unfitn.s for erelgns which has so Illumined I.be wood .....nJt.......
power for the ** to say that the navy Is more than war that 1-. for the only purpose .,. Those voeulte Ute eewrns ea
[!r It ta morally as indefensible twice as efficient, ship for ship as half nose of which they should be allowedto social Interests to the publte good love and tko ....... of the VnMod ajlstee efAmertee
a .
..FC't aboa to commit a wrong upon or Justice and merry ef liberty sad arealtr ....... We wish for novtatortee
.c..r. . a df'CSd..E'). The navy can only attain stay la the service.' It I. a real misfortune -
nation, strong or weak ss for order AH those we must seek by bet these ef pease, for no lean4
a .u IvMoal thus to wTwng' bls fel- proper efficiency If enough officers to have scores ef small com slow and patient effort std of hew I lorr ....*. ear .... for .. sevorotenir

b a ws abouki do all In our and men are provided and If tbeeo N'ran., or nrtlraentsl posts scattered many shortcomings IB his own land ...... the sever slant y ever swssilvoa.Wo .
power
II...*.. ilk officers and men are given the chance throughout the country TIM army doosa tko indasondenos earl Ned
day when there and his each ef
shall be own people one
the (sod required to take advantage of It) I should be gathered In a few brigade or among elects, the ...u.. end weakest .sss.
I Jjeviaona; nations-. peace based to stay continually at sea and to exercise 1 division posts, sot the generals shouldbe ..I. conocioos. her. ef the fs*.ltr. of n.l oee ontttlod was
NYeIJ 12 .v11** *ad not cowardly Yet no student ef eat times. ran fail
---- upon the Beets singly and above all ID I practiced In handling. the 00. 1st sash rsosoet .. those of the creates

ML1 a I'JGS to wrong We can accoro- squadron the exerctoe to be of every ....... N..l< t deal In this direction but whole cirUUod world U swinging *. eapeet Ike snlef .wetsWlr .* the
ti this Incur tbe risk of future
to
caaaot accomplish everything, and kind and to Include unceasing practice mean away from Its old governmental moor. week: easiest .... ......ae..e ., theeiree

>pushy> of attempting to do too st the gun coodocted' under C'OOdJ-' disaster an
a.rt. ..14 almost Inevitably be to do lions that will test marksmanship la Tbe readiness. sod eOcieory ef both te the caparity ,... popular rloThts or prtvfleeoo or pewee that we

*... thus nothing for It most be rewj time of war. the army and navy la dealing with the maw te govern lly tills pathway .. not freely. soneils te every AmevtoanreewkUo.

-. .4 that fantastic extremists Maintain Hie> .tan.Sar-i. I recent: sodden crisis la Cuba Illtutrate mankind ts to travel wUtaereoever. It We wk.. to ...r...s eer erooporttr -
ee act &a afresh their value to the nation. ThU ', te Q-spsnd our ....., ,. new Mesith.
K i 11es teorty leaders of the causes In both the army and the nary there ....d.JD... aad effirleacy weald have "' 4-. Upon.. socrsee of the err .. wi.4ess. sal m .p..t.. Nt ear
.
.... eh',ds epoue. bat are ordinarily Is urgent need that everything possible I been very ranch lea bad It aot been greet nderUklag the nope of haasaaIty Meptu ef .... trwe wet to ea.espU.hthis

....".. trot to hamper the real should be done to maintain the highest I for the exUUoc ef the general etaff depends.Kor le net te pull ethers sat ......
of the n.... and te damage the standard tor the prsoooi alike ... regarde ran we fall to see that the world h ....r rwte. best te o49 ads tales.o

-dwh.e't A* yet there ts no tlkeltpnwrr. tile officers and u.. enlisted m a. i la tbe army sod the. general board ta mskes swtetandsl ......... toward a ....... pre parer cad. a ...... J
4 .. essential to the.
11th .r ..tabilablDC aDT kind of Inter- I do Dot believe that la any service tbs "1'7. ofb. more. p orf'set popular self govermment.I . greets Wet we asy an lessee grs/u
11 proper aevetevneftt sad ... et.et military .. and. ..r..... .1M9<< d.wlthf.
..
St.: ... K whatever sort. there ls a fiosr body of eeJSstsd. mess ( ferres afloat and ashore. Tae bourn It to te .... that viewed : _' _

'- . l rli eQ.etlv.ty cheek WTOIlCd.c. .. aad ef Junior officers than we have to troops that were sent to Cube -wereBandied against the feoragrennd. ef rendition a d few asaetks for the Aral Use

!.. t. u.-e etrcum.tan s ftrr boUt the army and the navy, Including 1 1UM I fiawteesly. It was the vwtft.set rentory. a awneratieo.. a, drade age, ... e.e.e...... I.e.. ef every foe e<*

&.:ac- bulb a toettsb asd aa evil raariao corps. All possible .acour I sad C1.epel'ta.f .........t In my ewa coww try baa ad .... e1e o She ..A.-.n..e ooe>lteoo.. sen .ehe
great sad tree mobfUcaflea tfeepsever vanned In the tatoi. .... .., asst 1 h..tA ... ... t
" e.,.. aatioo to agvcnoat to the enflstea mea sas-ana De p .e son "It tae Jahees.4t.4
5 L : s _.' .* tto. power to protect la sad otherwise and every ... ever sxcaapMshed try ear seer ef the great mase ef ... ...- ele4a of enwol esvo.ofewe >

...P'n. r c1.'. sad eves' Ia ezeeptlooai gives thug practicable pay' d... to reader the t erBsaeeX The tp-wllOee landed eocavp4ety adettiy sad honesty with ...uctpeu..1 I .*le to ,... ..... w rl4 ....v..sis at The
F'.taed I e-.-.wJpf- and ready f. Inline61sto Ke sea TM sat he |*. .
ep for the In wo Te foreMU
rights of 010w are represented. reaped
to ...... of too righttypo
attractive
5J .;?: ... w"k| service eerrV-n. s-rvsrsl ef IU ert: aUse< .*. Mss s......... ef the <....ls, .sU.e
more promote tnw a.. held to tike. oeedieaww to tt-e dtrtates, of .a aesmlmsrsBty
,
Iwc- They should .
: ::: lost .... ales hardly r ealag la Havsa over ... roe pert of the ......... eMeMI.
I fortbw defer the sad la aad In .g.rUand
-a strictest discharge of their tfwty. p.- te ho d..rn.t
.
sehjpt .
N e'e-i airs.
t: late detach
*
J n carps of tight before n> mtevr op
1I .s" parse and rtgHt- them a spirit s&oald bo eocooreged several riry ef a4jnlawUtrsO. t-H we Nesg. invest... .. oM oo.n e Jxrkw
"tom ther
for i mestts sad galas to peels.It
'i s .. Ut.... and eullht which demands sot the sare performJkco Xewnere to the world aaa Ode two* lo hole s..vfsrw .... ef the dw.r .e
h-u of tevsloe
.. wyp.. !boos with inters I ellI was a C*. sseeetrsOee. here amsraed than In La OnAmertra. hes .. .. ..
IIc: ::: & ef duty. bat the prrfercaaa rene srs I e'.v whe.2i tcre .. .. .sutaheea.et
" g sad caaaysvrtve .bortcemlasu. : far mare then duty If n roadacos to ( cad eficwswrr e
tt yam;-. tarward justice, dv tbo Decor sad tho lat.rt of taw Aaorte t It was enter la tarts pert .a41a. and rare rennets. and tvtl asst s.r........ w e..q aalrne see

1 yer r .".. 1r..s.w... themselves pewee I *. aatloo., aad to return De asspUsteoQsftderatloa > te the able gen-rsl si oVs on beard set to ttt....O-. the Davy Co- wars strong sad .ca..... Neewsarebbee =-ee w...--.r-::: : : ...estee.am.l.e W gas.. ,pt

I a.- 8'9ft7.s..peC1aa .Dd : should be theirs i was acts tVsrefwl saxsisslsisj Inawwvrd a help ...... ---- so ..... tare theany .
tk .' t ............ sad able to W..Vrka. West Petal and Aaaa|>.otts alrredy 1 baa erlsts with ..*.. lawtaait sifirtee-fy. with O- eple'e .... nee replace ; .. ..... sew ... -. .,. fee whh.sw. .
.
: ... 't1Ioe than. for t eIrate. t G'SN&1at o fi5 eeru We .. rKwed ..... after eft>p a.f-MiH..4t se tie sfcmrVsi I .. ferelWe os.sw-. ef .rvNp .... tee..he .... ........ N sate Sets.a.e.r
; .t ., tare oat III to.... ... ... .. .....
L.
.. taweatennett
I l a es les soy s
...,: 'a M MC'et1dt7 bya. to" have ties' sekosts aside aswooctoUtie .rslltw1. by ... E-eo.e's la-1Tir........ s ..enMg earn ..'...... eWr.. end sesnat.
. s"'I drps4a --lair tSeoa. On the rowtrary. ... ...i.ill.t aI... .. e.j.e .. ,sertlrelaff lA17a1f to setntryns5 Ha ,......... au dIg.Nt ......... 0". IY! .eM ....... deaeslperwhese

!' Mea b' me nagena tdatt over loso sight of tao fact that 1M *d .... f -.u" e. gssee hTha. r.r.. u. .n. ,. .. u.daesedeea.assdeei

1I .dot er deyrt armed: Ia1. ttaiw set a .,. grey. eraf etarfe e tn.rasetabl..saes 7. Its taw tee $... ...... pent. ... a. : .: e...+r.r.s.i e.iieee
eh.he a.cr . ala .tars sebo-4 a tea0 t... a.eVSsspsri ...... tr MN.Mest hadeve.. 'It.I ..e4 ..... e wi w.. .... a.sew ..
parpea. e:.eTE ghee eijtliaa, .
lIMa -wfeo stfcsJI W .1 t.6__ ,. ... cote .eas.
\ [ -- .... a I.cldlac.: ... Sat .*. army tsparttrolar i and TsVr-r e e-o rsU wWb .....Uaitly to- I mt tow sucuriMiinVe rate ef sswin des ed e w .'e s.a.-t ...

I H .. set a.scssi. ry teat eH..rt ; ni +saMg tt 1. y .... Ilsferlsa.sa. I f* *P-irty ft* pawoessk! sal ties frstts. art bed. ... t ..wqr ..... .... s_

NY l\lD ARMY.lr *. cavalry or tahMr7 .e..r ...... i ihlewalg c.--.... lra..d.The "11-- see or'-vee. So4 v14esl ttbarty ...r.e ,. '-.I.ee--.N Meeerrf. .., itaY.ere

ahlMt. ...... ( w,bed. 1 mm peMw.R ._IU.. .'..... aA-a seesIs
I I.... sxweial .eta -... Itw .4 ire see pre -. S.. ........ ..ee..if..
, ....."" In both ....... M.. lest ...... } ..... hr a a..aoII.It. ......& ....... liar she ye.IM .- ......... sew tweet "...... gaffe Ial .I .... C- *. .. elL

\ 'r-t -anstor d hau a s.r-, I Jet 16* edsKsttaai Is 1M Mt% searsetues+a ... of r ..- rsc 1Na .a.er..nt to.Iste i l: .... .......... r- -ee. tree s.t Lew .... .- ... .. ......

.... ,, .essZa. .. .. tepees lies ...-at ..'or. Vtkcet a per. 5sa i : ... .P -.C .H. ...... 'roe.r
, .:::3 ",. i of ctoratftsr auhl of -jrawtste -": hare & 't Ye se MW.treyf f oq apegyea ...... . .sea lief'. ea.M "
.
tMaie 6I .. f Sa dalseslels ...wa e"...T.i tn This wMM.ags I _. .
t-- ... "Y7 la t17'. artist H centers. e hie .t.o alias
.
\ 1 ..'.... wtlSe is this e: aaixy Bat ta sulk arv'ree tafs farmt .f'llar .r 'r e b;.' e rw albs rig' .. "T s pct 4* .-*isX The 'tI '" .w -........t _

4 r r t .errreat'j tabeo .ih.d dead fee' Doe s"ames e4 a te'e4lgk c'W: ..: .fII ::". "" 4.' ". .'. rlsihlt' lira:'--- : it' g-t .......4 -eal. t. wpusiaou'a wens. . .re .' .., dt a-
; .... raw '-
svgs A. ,-
1- -. e "4 !fit" 1:1: a. tea ags .c atstSe w- ,.,. .r:: stsw =:.:. l.'II rer- ,, s t ayy .. ;' 3 pee.Iai a.Yrrd+. set sea I ....1. -

-.s. ? 1:1 -cs..u A Wit- _.'.. asZ. tt L'9sY" tat= RI .,.-r- -- "" 1:< ., .-- I ..... t-a fist' "actr fttwe I.llr"i' _..'. ... ., ." ',

rase bit.. .. .,. tlall I 1. prM t'r a... .a+'aelrLzea' .-w hseq errs: fw m 'e.LSder: !:-'s i ... :'" . .. 'Co ....,...... ....

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: DAILY SUE: GAINESVILLE, : FLORIDA DECEMBER" 5 "' ll. (I'.F 7ESIDENT'S


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fear from the insintrre and unworthydemagogue fcifTed or disabled victim to bear tbe fy sefiled only by legislation w&IcJn. In :I I tires who are themselves meat pose

MESSAGE much entire burden of such an Inevitable my Judgment should provide for the In Increasing socialistic feeling!
promising and I tv
performing I
nothing or else performing sacrifice. In other words, society withdrawal of these lands from sale of the most.efficient methods of ave

nothing but evil who would set shirks its duly by laying tbe -whole or from entry UTe In certain especial tag the consequences of a da---
on
Contlnn
( imm PaRA Ritt ) :
the mob to plunder the rich as from cost on the victim whereas tbe Injury circumstances. The ownership would I agitation whkJx. Is SO per center;: n

the corner from what may be called the then remain In the United States, Is to remedy tbe 3O per cent
.' crafty corruptlonlst who for bis cf *,
by which or tliia
'rrrey criminality type which should not. however attempt to to which the
own end would permit the legitimate risks of the trade. Com aa agitation [t31 vrlj (
;4IIIIA! permanently b* suppressed.' common but permit them to be I ed. The best
work
people to he exploited: by tbe very pensatlon for cchlents or dHf.hIlJ doe them way to avert C:a ar

'< wealthy: If :we: ever let this govern In a.iy line of Industry to tile actual worked l h r private Individual under a j I Iro.rr.ty undesirable more for the c(j"c:--: ,

CAPITAL AND LABOR. meat fall Into the hands of men of t"ondt10M under which that lodnatry ; ay si,MI. the government keepj(j I t ownership of railways Is t>
cither of these two clause we shall Is carried on should be paid by that log 8'irh coiitrnl as to permit it to eee/J' ; the government, on behalf cf t'', Gi

how ourselves false to America' past portion of the community for the benefit that no 4.'xteullprlt" was charged I i I pie aa a whole such adequateand ....

feftalte Harm Done by "Preacher of Moreover, the demagogue and tbe cor- of which the Industry la carried eom-unuT It would of course be as regulation of the great
k: Mere Discontent." raptlonlnt often: work hand In hand. on-that Is. by those who proflt by the neoeurvUe the rates charged common carriers a* will do aw-y Mil;

Y In dealing with both labor and cap- There are at this moment wealthy re IndustryIf the entire trade rink Is by i'iocimjn! ; carriers to transport the evils which give rise to ths; c' !4j

.Hal, will tbo questions affecting botbratJOId actionsries of such obtuse morality placed upon .tbe employer be will tbe i lat"odu4"t MS tbe rateS charged by Lion against them. 80 the prep:::r"f:

and trade unions, there that they regard the public servant promptly and properly. add It to the those who mine l it. avid the supervision tldote to the dangerous and ,,"-; -,

One matter more Important to re- who prosecutes them wb n they violate legitimate cost of production and an-. must! estfij t-> the eouJiict of the common agitation against the men of wealth: :

her than aught else and that la the law or who seeks! ; to make. them save It proportionately upon the con. rariUrx. ro that they shall In no such Is to secure by proper lei:;- :.u

Infinite barm done by preaches of \>r/lr thclr,jiropcr I bare of the public numera of his commodity It Is therefore way farm: on! competitor at the ex- and executive action tbe abolition oft

..here discontent These are the men burdens 1 us being even taore obJection. 'clear to ray mind that tbe law ptHi",e or nnoher. The withdrawal of grave abuses which actually do Ob,11

who seek to excite a violent clans able than the violent agitator who rbonld place this entire "risk of a thee coal Uudxqud constitute a In connection with the business use 0

:fentrod,against all men of wealth They hounds on the mob to plunder tbe rich. trade upon the employer Neither the policy analogous to that which has wealth under our present system, ()

ftteek) to turn wise' and proper movencwnts There Is nothing to choose between federal law nor. as far as I am In been followed In \vltbdnitvtng tbe forest rather no system of failure to tic

for the better control of cor- such a reactionary and such an agitator formed" the state law dealing with lands fiuui ord.uary: : settlement. else!] any adequate control at all ecu

\ the Fundamentally they alike In The coaL like the forests should' be persona speak as If tbe exercise of ,
?!jNiratlons/ and for doing away with are the question of employers' liability are su
"abuses! connected with wealth Into a their selfish disregard of the rights of HnfTlclently thorotJgb :olnJ:. The fed- treated nil the property of the public governmental f"OntroJToWIl do awe!
< Athera. and It Is and fts disposal nlioiUl t>e uuder.condl- I with the freodom of lndfldual! .
;campaign, of hysterical excitement and natural that they eral law should of course include em. I t-: !t

', falsehood In whcb| the aim la to In- should Join In opposition to any more- pIoyeeA in navy yards, arsenals and tloin which would lanre to tbe benefitof tine' and dwarf Individual effort, 1'.1: i ila <

.1,ti flame to madness the brutal passions ment of which the aim Is fearlessly to the like. the public u* u whole.CORPORATION not a fact. It would he n 1"erJI: I

mankind.. The sinister demagogues do exact and'even justice to all. calamity: to fall to put n nrerjn: > .

'end foolish visionaries who are alwaysager Railroad Employees' Hour and Eight -. : Individual InltlntUe. Indivldt.j: ) .

to undertake such a campaign Hour law# AS TO LABOR DISPUTES.Federal CCBTSOL! I ty and effort, upon the energy ( .

of destruction sometimes seek to na I call your attention to tbe nerd of actor and foresight which It Is FD: (-JI'

society themselves with those workingfor panning the bill llmlting..the numberof ConrtnlBnlon of Conciliation and .-- I' portent to encourage In the lndUiuw

a genuine/ reform In governmental hours of employment of railroad em Arbitration Needed. Far More Complete Supervision ut Dtrly But. as a matter of fact tbe deadr-:::

lao4' social method and sometime The Date Required and degrading effect of pure soc'-: !!;
ployet1 measure Is n moderate
very
The commission by the
appointed I and especially of Its extreme f
..eJeb reformers In rmj
1i masquerade Iho worst enemies oftt'he one. and I can conceive of no serious president Oct. lei. 1O02. at the request Tha present COU press has taken long communism end tbe destruction of individual \
reality they are
objection to It. Indeed so far of both the anthracite coal operator strides lu tbe direction of securing
cause they profess to advocate as It Is In our It should be and coutrol by the I character which they w:; !,
power our supervision
Into consider proper
) of sensational and miner, to Inquire I bring about are In part achieved by
just .. the purveyors
aim steadily to reduce the
number of national government over corporations
and the questions In controvcrwy tbe '
pan upon wholly unregulated
I :
'a slander In newspaper or magazine are hours of labor with aa a goal tbe gen In connection with the strikeIn engaged In Interstate business, and tbe which results !in a single Individor conspe )
the worst enemies of all men who are
oral Introduction of of
of an eight hour day enormous majority corporations I
the anthracite regions of Pennsylvania corporation rising at tbe
expense: of till
; engaged In an honest effort to better .
Thero are Industries In It Is size are engaged In Interstate business
which
and tbe causes out of which the any others until his or Its rise effect-1: ::
wbat I Is bad In our social and *
.. governs of the rate
not possible that ttfa hour of labor finding The passage railway
"' conditions. controversy arose In their report I checks all competition and ret.=e.
should be h..sU-d. just a* there are and award expressed tbe belief bill and only to a less degree tbe to
former ;
To preach hntml. of the rich man asavert competitors iupoMt"n! of ratter -
communities not far enough advancedfor federalitovern. sage of tbe pure food bill and the 1'4..1 I
to on a campaign of slnn- "that the state and Inferiority and subonllnat: .
carry such n movement to be for their vision' for Increasing and I
doe and Invective against him. to seek' mcnts should provide the machineryfor In enacting and enforcing such Iej4
to mislead and Inflame to madneaattpnest good or. It in the tropics, so situated what may bo called the compulsory more effective national control over station, as this congress already h:::" tuj
that there Is no analogy between their Investigation of controversies between beef packing Industry mark an Important credit
whose liven are nqrd and Ills we ore working on a coherent!
men
\ advauctf In tbe direction. I
needs and our In this matter. On the when proper
employers and employees plan with tbe steady endeavor to M-
who hnve not tho kind of mental train
Isthmus In the abort session it will perhaps be
of Panama for Instance tbe
of belief
lag which will permit them to appselate they arise. This expression further cure the needed reform by the Jltor : : :
difficult to 'do mucb alone this
.. the danger In tbe doctrines conditions are lu every way so different Is deserving of tbo favorable consideration action tbe moderate_ men the pis::::.
,, tine and it be best to wait until i
from what they aro here that may
: an enactmentof
of the congress and the I men who do not wish ajiythlug bystericnl
preach*!-nil this Is to commit n crime -
laws for ,
I the have been In operation a
\. Against the body politic and to be false eight: hour day would be nb9trd justas Ita provisions Into law A. bill baa or dangerous but who do Intend .
I of months before endeavoring
It la nburd an far an the Isthmus number \I
end.Ilecords
.,'. worthy principle and tradl already been Introduced to this to deal) In resolute common sense
t'-.yft17 1 I. concerted where white labor can show that during the twenty to Increase their scope because only I .
fashion with the real and great erlN
... national I life. More OP-I
eration will show with exactness
a:. ejrer, while such preaching and such not |M> employed, to bother a. to whether years from Jan. I. 18SI to Dec. 31.10OO. merits and their shortcomings and thus of the present system. Th. reactions '

exaltation may give a livelihood anti al the nectw ary work la done by alien there were strikes affecting 117- j. aries and the violent extremists show]
give opportunity to define what further '
black men or by alien yellow men. But COO establishments and ($O.lO3Ct employee band
of
.rtaln notoriety to some of those who remedial legislation Is needed. symptoms Joining against: : as
In It and result In the tbe wageworker of the United Ktate were thrown out of employ Doth assert for Instance that. It log
take
part << may Yet. In my judgment It will In tbe end
are of so high a grade that alike I
from thereWf.lr'i'
meat During tbe same pArtod
lea we should to government 0"0I -
;temporary political I success of others.In be advisable In connection with tbe go
the
the long run auch movement merely Industrial standpoint and l.Wtf lockout. Involving nearly ershlp of rollroadsland the like, tbe re
every; packing house Inspection law to provide
from the clvle *tan lpolnt It should be I 10,000 establishment, throwing overa
actlonartes because such dame
on an
will either fall or else will provoko a for putting a date on tbe label
Violent reaction, which will Itself ro* our object to do what we can In the million people out of employment and for charging the cost of Inspection I they think the people would stand wlU

Hilt. not merely In undoing the mischief direction of securing tb.. genera) observance I These strike and( lockouts Involved anestimated to tbe imckera. .All these law have them, while tbe extremists: care rather]
of an eight flour day. Until tons to employee of $307.
wrought by the demagogue% and already JuxUded tbelr enactment The to preach discontent and agitation than
recently tho eight hour law on our OOO.OOO and to employer" of S143.OOO.-( I I I
the agitator but else In undoing the Interstate commerce law for Instance ,, to achieve solid results. A* a mater

good that the honest reformer. the federal statute books has been very (XXI, a total of f4SO.OOO.OOO. Tbe public baa rather amusingly. falsified tbe predictions of. fact our position 1* a* re met? fr::.;,}

true upholder of |>opuU right, b.. : cnutlly observed sop. however, suffered directly anti Indirectly probably both of those who asserted that of the Bourbon reactionary ts|

and largely through the Instrumentality of as great additional Ion' but the from that of the or sa-
achieved Impracrtioable
painfully << laboriously I that It would mold the railroads and of
the bureau of labor, It U being rigidly money lost great ... It was did<< not Ister .l Ve bold that tr ]
Corruption is never so rife as In com I : those who asserted that It did not go louarr. > :" cpv
tnunltlea where the demagogue and rnforvml. anti I shall speedily be able measure the anguish and unCfering endured far enough and would accomplish ernment abould not conduct the tic:

"the agitator bear full sway. b*mue I... to say whether or not there Is need of by tbe wives and children of nothing. During the last fire month ,ac** of the nation but that It t_. -'J

touch communities all moral band be- further legislation In reference there.to employee<< whose pay stopped when tbe railroads have shown Increased exercise: uch supervision a* w.;)> ;:3-

I fur our purpose I* to see It obeyedIn << their work stopped or the disastrous and of the HCtttn loosened, and hysteria and ..enUonalt.m earning some them unusual sure its being conducted Q er

.- replace' the spirit of sound spirit IM !less than In latter. Half effect of tbe strike or lockout upon the dividends, while during the same period eat of tbe nation. Our aim I; ra : f,,r

,,Judgment and fair dealing as between holiday doing summer should be established I business of employers, or the IncreaseIn the mere taking effect of the law way be. to secure! for all d ."
!fir the of and the Inconvenience I
man and man. In sheer revolt against government employees i cot product has produced an unprecedented, a hardworking men qually cf ;_ '

'..... squalid anarchy' thus produced It I* aa desirable for wageworker who and loa to tbe public hitherto unheard of number of voluntary I tuulty and equality, of burden: ,
toll with their bands for Many of these strikes and lockout
a salaried
reduction In freights and fares
tMMa are sure Ui the end to turn toward N. of Combination..
c .ity
fBclaU whose labor Is mental! thatthere 'would not have occurred bad the -parties
by tbe rallroada. Since foundingof
*eny leader who can restore outer and the, The actual working of our lu 3 t -t
their relief at being free front should be a reasonable amountof to the dispute been required to appear the commission there had never been .
.ftb n ahowu that tbe effort to pr.:.. t,-
I holiday. before an unprejudiced body representing time of In which
a CIC.ual..euath
Intolerable burdens of class hatred anything "
combination, .good or bad I* n : ;-
I Labor. of Women and CMMr tbe nation and, face to face. like so reduced tariffs have .
violence and demagogy la inch that **. many where It la not ineffective f:;c.tlon -
The congress state tbe reason for their contentionIn : been put Into effect On Aug. 27. for
iffeey cannot for some tlino be arouNd I at Its last session wisely of capital like cotuUnat )a '* '-'
moat liytance* the dispute would Instance, two days before the Df'Wlaw .
provided for truant
to Indignation against misdeeds by a court for the
bor. .Is a necessary element of o-r: ::
;Wen of .wealth. so that they permit a District of Columbia. marked step la doubtless DO found to be due to a went Into effect tbe commission received
i I I cut Industrial system. It I* bat r::-
each of the
I advance on the path of properly .J misunderstanding by I notice of over S.OOO( separate "
Hew growth of the Very abuse which caring ble completely to prevent It, c'l: t '
'! otbera I'ICbtaltarn1'.t..t by an unwillingness
for the children. Let me'again tariff wbjch represented reduction
were In part responsible for tbo original urge were possible such complete r::: ""3'
of either party to accept aa
that the i from previous rate
outbreak. The one hop rue.u congress provide for a thorough J-
lion would do damage to the lt:a": p
: true the statement of the other as to
It must not be supposed however
Investigation of ,
the condition
'
.. for He '
our people In a resoluteetiMt Itlc.bat we' need U not va": j t>
of child labor and of the labor of the justice or Injustice of the matters that with the passage of these law It
carle*. but ..... and cool'" headed worn f I to prevent all combination t.: to
[ In dispute. Tt.. eiercls of a jndUAal will be try
: :advance" along the path marked out .u la the United 8tat*. More and I possible to stop progress along
:a
: *
c:
secure such rigorous and adequate!'
t spirit by a disinterested body rrpre* the line of
more our people are growing to recog Increasing the power of the '
:teNt year by this very vougeesa. There trol and supervision of the CJ: r: .:-.s'
t als tbe fact that the questions which !: o nting the federal government such I national government over the use of
\ aaaat be a stern refusal to be mlll
15s tlon In :: l *
aa to prevent, their Jar z -
would be provided by a eowmlslon capital In Interstate commerce.' For
are not tnerly of Industrial but of ao
Into following either that base creaturewho .
1! public existing In such form A* >
I elal Importance outweigh all others, Nt conciliation and arbitration would example, there will ultimately b* need
apM>als and panders to the low t:...
evttably to threaten Injury f =r
and the** two question moat emphatically tend to create aa atmosphere of friend of enlarging the power* of the Interstate
'ee' tnallucts and psa.ton. In order to mere fact that a combination Ii::::* so
Ilneaa and between '
conctltatlOQ contending commerce: commission along
com In the category of those : setersl
*. one set of American agalusttheir cia
fellow that other which affect la tb. most far reachingway parties, and tbe giving each different tins, so .. to glv* It a cured practically complete coot .1

or creature.equally tbe home life of the nation. Tb side an equal opportunity to preeeat' target and more efficient control over necessary *f life would under crydrcnnuitancce
base but who In .
DO baser a0pdt I horror Incident to the employment of :( fully It* case In tbe presence of the tbe railroad show that such tnation : *

add to of greed or to accumulate- or 1 young children, In factor!** or at work other would prevent essay dispute. L.pltc' .ft the Proper AntUUt. was to be presumed to t? t
aa already huge fortuoa seeks
anywhere are a blot en oar civilisation. i front developing Into serious strikes or It too vn to the public Interest It .3 >
to *ipto4t bis fellow Americana with I I' cannot often be repeated that -
'" It Is true that each .tat. lockouts and la other cases would
mostultimately baa '
callous disregard experience coaclnslvoly shown the
to their welfare
t 1Md'Sf A
Continued Kin
.,' out and holy The man who des I settle th* question" In Its j{ enabto the commission to serenade tbe I Imposalbtllty of securing by the actions I (, 0:1"'. '

.GCbN. others In order to obtain a t own way bat a thorough official Sat j I opposing parti* to com to terms. ef nearly bait a hundred different stats

fetgtn mce, stand on an evil equality vettgatloo of the matter with the remit 1 j la this age. of great corporate and la legislator anything but Ineffective & Machine .

corruption with the man who dluiuchea *- published broadcast would great hue romblnaUou neither employer nor cfaao la the way of dealing with the Stanton Foundry

other. for QnaDHal 'a1t and ly help toward arousing' the public eon employe honkt b* left completely at great corporation which do not op.cent. .
p'+ clence" and securing unity of state the merry of the stronger party to a exclusively within u.. Omit of CO. toe.PAlATKA. .
whoa hatred U .ow. tt.. *r' which .
'P
.('tl.n la the matter Tfeer 1*. bow- dispute regardless! of tb* rUftteoatve any one state. la some method. wbetb.
'\ firing up can only b-* .vtl.Th I
( .""". ooe,law on tIM subject' which I .* *.f their rmpectlvo claim Tb *r by a national license taw or In other -:- FLORIDA.

D.......... e.d Coe .''{." .'- should t* enacted tran edlatty. bee proposed measure would b* la 'ho Ha. fashion, we moat exerciser and that at .

data peep. who think-tbe me.S cause there la no u.*..l for an lareUstton e-f securing coe-nltloo of the trot that aa early date a far more. rsmptet -Ms.*f....*.. el--

.k.anl farmer, awn-1..".... workrr. i la rvfermce. thereto anti the fall fa many strtkr the public has ft.**r an control" thin at prnt ever Ute Iron ltd Bass cut1n P tad lul!= 7

with Ud or hand tb tutu to wbu" ure to enact It I* ocre4ltM to tbe \ lat.ret which rennet wisely. t>* dtar- great corpora Hans-.a control that wlH'

American. I... tlt...* .,.. dear. .who love natMknal gov......*..t. X tirastte aaUtlMiriMUbcolng i gohl.d-.a interest nt merely. of general among other thing. rvat tbe evils 1 I Grits u n1, Pkosp- itt Cistlir.:

4beJr country' and try 1* act d.treatty rnlld labor law sbonUt e.av*..le.e*. for:/ tb* qjve*..i.. cotta a ef .xr* *lve evreapftallsatto< and. BtUmC stud Sill Cutigi
!t tblr n** bU.r.-.w* it to them4vw and bttc ** most also j
y <
T
enacted. for the tnstrtet of Ootwm: t rrofxn p P that wttt eaeap*! ... U.*fc...ar. fey each 1

.* to rMwetotMrr that taw aMtjAlamarlox Ua sad UM UrrftorWa.Aateng %*g evrfwrstvea ., its *taea.WVJ r* aDd ud lepms.C.A.8T .
hlmw that..a is.glveti W e** >l44iedSIIm. et tat
popu.'tat Eas .. *C M* act
iot..r' Liabhlty, I prnprelss bstees.. waeTkwr '
gusensmeat la to eket a a tad H" I* ..... se akqr..slntee res'tumsb. iii'u'1''Y'' DA::
arwstby the &rttn.t laws which the ...... eted c1anorc.a. K tbiogb .........." : .. -
.a.D4 set.tet$ a&1t.t." WI a Platform t.-.c .els M0tp the seams.i uaa . ,.. ...e e
fTioleacc .
0. sssa/u .
I e aahaedp .. ........ Tha . .us
eeest>rvs r.***a at the last **.stsa woe .. daub .. vt'u.
.: sod hypocrisy. "....,"' fare sbr, lsesp.rtl ears s.- .. .r.ly .<".,.< .. I.. t3a. .... .1IIIi" r- _
sa "' f4oyfs' ttatmty law It.wa a tahoe fIN *.. ..erered. of .... .qt Aeadrva sex a step le the aortas ef
meta an Issue ta. raised la this ea atrxs i
.Sadlena tMr
I
fJDo\blDC ca bet tatty by. .rslslag- martad stag t* advance tegt thehaegaHt.es wr ..,.. ae Marl tM o....... I. ., I ti. pleat. ." feoeed l.wHrrr
.r the .
a be/t.r ., the
ef etattfeytrr. *; HadalHy eaheek and ..-. '14+ .,>.* 4 .rpMSse geesti'
steam it for In .\ *a>n j-f to i .
the _tat... bet the law' otl .. taakelir. the slerkbrtws or tM I BROWN HOUSE
netce r.. -.a.. ., .,.,te to e'eyss c s t'air .
Htself MI trial ropular swlf to rmmnttm4r gs w..erwe.teteef 0. ..... ......... he..c II" I
tar .oso... In of aM I '
L spite pPrvestlteoos.sse4a.d to ..see hj,J bees fat i" 1 1I
l can form ta tt* lf e
tsput'
aXrlaL '
sera w 1N.'e.wr ....lids taco .1'
ty.mployecs. tturr. I SHOP
Tbe trtumpa .T tbe mob la lestevil .sv*,afc4* eeehleet. sand deaths are w t.'* .,.*. ee c**e Lea ...... tart. ssi eves .
I a thou a. tae trias&pn *< tbeautocracy. tnvelvoa It.. v ... .t t-* !I 1; tt M ft* *.. that it rrvvcts te a baled 1 i iaf ;
sal. to have esceps3 ta feesrty every Bo* W be** I .. .. u I.. F.L3tST TA1T. i'to...
ea>* es. .. sansei. ,. with the Hhsrhante. Max t Y r ; ttbte ih+lia 'rM eeseetasar y ear" .
agse avsJU noUdag whatevvr. If web Thais teevilsbo. arts lets. *. r, e .w. ..... .wwvsilee *** 4flt. use the j ee.rt tit eZ SSW .ec.erer.at ::-

t* tb. obr. IB the e4 the setvtdnt et Hfo may #' ....,.< .... .- ...-. ...... ... ,... >III. ....... .( waltb. aemil. the ,?.v I.sweets. . art r as M...so.sa ..- ----
be
llkoa..t triad. whether rich ear reor, whe evdest to a sanUsaaaa bet II rsa s 1 'If h t.. .b'.t a-J ar ...... .. y ; meek cssitrot ae a Nee .ma M .... ater 7+sre. .'e r::

.,... baa ewes ttvtar Dad. tHa tatur > O.ali 'set t.. teempletety .tt............ It I* atreat I I'" 5 I.. '" .... .rr. 9 ...r ". .. ..1. ...... As a antler. eT ta t.:ew4na It U j I saan e ..rea
aorta" tatwtfe .. rexaM the . ,. ****.of "k*twWBSmE < os4
fcla rctfew-a. ..a .e 89d\.t. I ew ;.ilia. .r';Of .wa tv a eee< ceJG tiara sstlosW. sad elDo ee..evs I
tmDtetle. tit tatbeg Leg a.Ur et the




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..\( '.. '1' S p.rWMt+rxV ,t hwiiys.+ la..N .. ..KW.w.. bh k.w aswaets"' .5-,, !,ewriM+ k7r'+rlfi W 1Y4a.aiWr dih MS: ai. eitW ePM. ..,.... "



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THE DAILY SUN GAINESVILLE
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FLORIDA. ? }mnvT> K ion
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iBIDENrSJESSAGE 000IQ209 cg.cOtf) -white man-- impeded' ef "'me. Every
tQHCOOOOOO' .
'
,
Christian } S Sar
patriot lu Arenas needs to Xc -

n'ed; from Page One.) That hacking cough continues lift up his voice la feed and eternal

'C n t Because :: protest against the mob spirit that .is

;: the congress nsui re- ycur system is exhausted and threaten the Integrity e/ this re

I legislation endeavor your powers of resistance weakened. 41 pUblic. Governor Jetka of AlauiAna

: 0 has recently spoken follows. "The
to this evil tlto difli- Take as

l&t'i: ;, r ;.{ proof upon which to 3cotfErncrAron.. 0 lynching of any lf'rtIDII for whatever

In these! cases Is so I : It builds and crime to inexcusable ...,.wIMn-. It..la A
up strengthens entire defiance of I'
1 t ,,s is the first case that your system. : I orderly gove-rataent. Hut
--f t/ef'D brought In this court. .0 It contains Cod Liver Oil and the killing of Innocent people under !!
Hypophosphites

,W.,aI rr 1 am informed In this Philadelphia case and_ o prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest.so 0 any table; ,provocation aDd yet Innocent la Infinitely people more are likely borI - I

NC"- y brought AIL DRUGGISTS <> I i to die when n mob's terrible lust Is
w :: that have ever be&n i SOc. AND $ .
"dat c:: 1jtt ages i8 once aroused The lesson Is this: No I,
the eastern part of this oO Ooo o08
good dttaen can afford to countenance I
7n fact but tftW' cases of this I
,.,cr. .r-- a defiance of the statute, no matter
been brought In thl>-I
bare ever what the All careful
provocation. The Innocent
4 pate between
the
west Now. under parties, and therefore
t**m, eaat or If Improperly granted hold the aspect of all end U-IK cnnnot frequently; suffer and .It la my observation
; do
I forced tobocfaslon may Irrepara
p.. drcamatances am ble wrong. Yet there i be reached and mode to pAiiHe- and more usually suffer rhea tbeguilty. "omen use
in a case In which the ,. are many; judges : delllierate hostile The
b7
public white of the south
1>> wbo assume a matter of crltlcl m. people
l to clear and the facts are ao course grant In the" case at Judges haS Indict the whole
p01 ling of a tnR a life colored race on the
.rt of the court to preliminary; Injunction to be HEIRS! NE
tenure
It Is the duty the ordinary; and "I (ndeed. tbHrvery ln lr|>(*nd !'nce ground that even tbe bettor elements
SYrenalty which shall In some de. altlon of such proper Judicial dlspo I makes the tight freely I to comment on lend no assistance whatever lu ferret
cases, and there
tLlecwnnjensurate with the gravityileaoffense. doubtraly) been flagrant have un- their decisions of greater Intl>nrtrot'e. tag out criminals of their own color Woman wbo suffer from .
t As between the two de. wrongs committed becnu.e It Is the only The respectable colored ae- '
I by Judges In connection with practical and people must T e1'8 hdaeh\1 And! all lji| >rve .
I_.ts. In my opinion the principal I labor disputes even within the last available! Instrument In the* bands of learn not to harbor their criminals, but dn d liver should

I tboakl be Imposed' on the COPy, although I think much less few a free people to keep such Judges nllre, to assist the officers In bringing them not nil tholr stomach with c Jom .

I_oa. The traffic manager In this than In former ;years. Such Judges often to the reasonable demands. of those to Justice Tills la the larger crime \. l and othor tlrugt.HERI1INQ : z

". H mably; acted without any; ad- ; their] unwise action Immensely by they 8t>r"ft. and It provokes such atrocious offenses QUICKLY CURES s111Uousness

I.,rate to himself and without any In- the hands of those who are; strengthen **On the other hand tbe danger of as the one Atlanta.. Tb<. .two races Constipation Chills

In the transaction either by; the entirely; to do away with the power striving of destrojuig the proper Influent of Ju can never get on until then I. an understanding and Fever' Dynpcpsla. Malaria v

left' authority or In accordance with Injunction and therefore such careless dicta decisions by creating unfonmled on the part of both to and all Uver CompUlnta.Mnt. "

rt at be understood to be the policy oryvlebes use of the Injunctlve I prejudices against tbe court justifies make common cause with the law C. I). lblllf'Y.1.MArble:

of his employer.; Ime {I threaten Its very; existence process, tor tends It the to and requires that unjust attacks shall abiding..:alu.t criminals of any color." Fall., x.wrltt'D: Iflmtller*

sentence of this court In thisw American people ever become be met nod answered. Courts mutt ultimately Treat Each Man Justly.Moreover. 1)1 no 'he heat ltvereurre ctlvn lever

| u tbat the defendant Pomeroy; ford : that this process Is habitually convinced glen rest their defense upon the Inherent where any crime committed trlt Hl. It IIIM dorm my f,..
; a- and
I rally
I the six offenses which be strength of the opinions! thyself a worm of
of upon ed.< whether they
( In matters affecting labor by; a member of one rare against amenTber irooU. I recommend It. to
ys bees convicted be fined! the sum or In matters affecting corporations It deliver as the ground for their conclusions of another race Is avenged lu frfomla." my

4-fLOOO, making six fines amounting : wUl be well nigh Impossible to prevent and must trust to the calm and such fashion that It seems, as If not PRICU BOc. .

It all to the sum of 90.OOO. and the de11_ abolition.As deliberate judgment of all tbe people j the Individual) criminal but the shot*
,
texUot, the New York Central and to Publio Opinion.It aa their boat vindication." I I race Is attacked; the result Is to etas. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
tl
ladsoD Hirer Railroad company; for Criticism of Judges. to
may; be the highest dory of perate the highest! lrgre race fee-l :
a judge ST. .
of the six crimes of which It has There is LOUIS. Afo.
tId at any given moment to disregard one consideration which Ing. There Is but one safe rule In deal '

hen convicted be fined<< the sum of merely the wishes of Individuals not should b ., taken Into account by the, t tug with black men aa with white men;
of
J3.000: making six fines, amounting In great political or financial but good people who carry a sound proposition I It Is Jhe smite rule that must tie applied

ftsacrrecate to tbe sum of ?108,000, the overwhelming tide of public power to an excess In objecting torn;7 In dealing' with rich men and poor Sold and Recommended by

... Jodgment to that effect will be ; and the judge who does thus sentiment disregard criticism of a JUdJ .'. decision. The lu- men-that Is, to treat each man, whatever t*. JI. JOiCXMtM.tnentary : a..I.'III.-

tend In this case.** public sentiment when stlnct of the American people as a bl. color, his creel o- Ills social
U ls --- -- -
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tutting Aide of Judgments and Qrsnt- wrong, who brushes aside the whole la sound In this matter. They j I position, with evt n handed Justice on -------- -
plea of will not subscribe to the doctrine I educatlnu. VM at the founda.
ing of New Trials. any; special Interest when that I his real worth as n corn. White pro-
the
pleading any; public servant Is to be aim all I I dw. tlon of our whole political/ sltwatlotu>>
U connection with this matter I Is not founded / pie It Quite .. iniuli to tlieraselvp
on righteousness
teiKl Eke to call attention to the very : forms tbe highest service per crl tlc1 11m. If the ,best citlaens. those to the colored rncw to treat well lit every community the poorest cltt. h
to
the roan most I. luau. thfM wbo hard the schools
competent to
y
DMtUfactory state of our criminal i try. Such a judge Is express their Jwlg- colored rash who shows by his life most. "
deserving> of all meat In wotilul be deprival of thins
kv, resulting In large part from the honor and all honor cannot be paid to such matters, and above all f that be rimicrve* settle treatment fur {It recelvWl It they only .. '
tbowe 1N.'JCllal| fscUlllea
taMt o.f setting aside the I belonging to the great and bouI' I Is surely the highest wlmHni, proportion
Judgments this tu
wise
or.I and fearless encourage -
Judge If we permit arable profession of the har..0 ed to the Utah .....1 |MII|. This la av* i'true
Uolor courts pro- In the colored .
on technicalities absotstrir the growth of race all th<... '
an absurd convention fouodly Influential tn of one ortluii of \"
our
American life i Individuals country asof
b i | .
nnconnected with tbe who are borsi hulu.trt.IOU"
merits t.
of
which '
would forbid any criticismof take tbe nuotber It ,U .. .
position that there shall be no i icriticism taw for the negroas ' J.J.I
tat ta.> and where law
there Is no attempt the judge of abiding and wbo therefore ;
another type who tor the whits (
; of Tbe
a Judge under man white
aibcw that there has been any; itch m- make, goml sari ...r. man.
failure I neighbors and
allows ell
any; blmself timid In the presence oarrogant t stances, their View will not be accepted i If be la wl... will decline to allow tM i IA
|
a substantial liana lleward .
justice. It would be or punish the Individ
disorder, or wbo on Insufficient by; th* American people aa a whole lu I n"*gru. .In a tna.s to grow to manhood Y
*tfl to ual his
enact a lair providing sorne- grounds grants an Injunctionthat such great the people will turn to and I on merits.. sa an Individual. and wonts n hu...l without educatliMi, ,J
fit to the Evil
effect will ..
thatIle does surely .01. lu tb. eixt to
grave Injustice or who In tend to accept aa Justifiable the Intern Un Judgment shall be set aside or bis capacity aa a construer and therefore pirate and Improper criticism uttered both races If we substitute far this obtained In our public schools doe not

stir trial granted In any; cause civil In part a maker of the In I Juat rule tt habit of treating all the do
law. | by unworthy agitators. Murely It Is a everything tow."" making a mss a
.sr citmlaal. on the ground of mlsdliwttoa members of the tree I and rid.
gm
flagrant fashion thwart. the cause of mlsfortun to leave to such critics/ a.runC't1oa. good rltliuMi. but It does much Tbe ,
Cf the jury or the Improper adatastaa decent ,alike. The"'a no question of "social
government The judge has right In
a Itself which they lowest ami moat brutal{ criminals+. ,'f
1 or rejection of evidence or"for power over which no review can b* are certain to abuse. Just and tempi I equality or "negro domination la those for .....t.nn"ho commit !**+s
wet u to volved. the _
soy; matter of pleading orirociriars I exercised. He himself alts tn review/ ate criticism/ wben necessary, .. a only sjtion.of relentle Mate or rp*>-erw In Ito great ash
unless, In the opinion of the acts of both ]ly punishing bad men sat of securing .
upon the executive safeguard against the
acceptance wuo
by Ity men nave haul either ..
sari to which the application Is ,to the gfrod:' man the right to bhf life. sdtKratton
and tb.
legislative branches
of the government people a. a wbol of that Internperate or very llttU. dust as '
Setter an examination of the tb.1 |bis liberty and the pursuit of bis bappl tlwy are
Save In the most extraordinary; antagonism toward the ju- almost
InvsrUUly wbo
< qualities bead
affirmatively; appear cases, he U amenable only at the bar dietary which must b* combated' by; < .rt. for the man wbo puts laoo.
tt> y
kerror complained of has resulted of public opinion and It Is unwta to every right thinking man and which If |and bam enable him to achieve It. by out of his earnings. like the mat ''
t
aJacarrUr* of Justice. maintain that public opinion In reference It! became widespread among the people :I Kvery colored nan should reallt that wbo acquires *d oration. U usually lift

I to a man with such power stallneither i at Urge, would constitute a dire the worst eoeuty of leis race l. th. negro tit al>ove mere brutal rrtmlnalty Of

mOO IN INJUNCTIONS. be pressed nor led menace to the republic. criminal criminal wbo.srt, above all the negro t ear. the last typ of Mlue.ti'"n flat
commits th* d.dtulcrt.
The best Judge hare ever been foremost tbe colored
rata. tskm as a whole fcsedi
... of ,
to disclaim rap and It should b* felt
any Immunity; rroriticism. .orb ratl ronfvrrml to
i fttftr UM of Tils aa In the highest ....,..* a a often*
Power Rather Than c: This baa been true sine the EPIDEMIC OF LYNCHING.Rsle against tu wool reboots like Hampton add T .....e*.

us AMitioii Daaaede4.II days; of the great English Lord Chancellor 1 tb. colored* la country and acslnai' where the toys sad girls, the mead
rare particular for
.Parker wbo ..1d. Xst all people a men and young wonv n, are traln.dt Ifdnalrtalry .
my last **-
ef
I Mal
message suggested thectaktat be at liberty to know what 1 found Rcsreseats Ls alaf afBaaals colored man to fall to help the officers as well as !. tbe onUaarypublt '
of a law In connection with .f CJvQltatJ i lof th* tow la bunting doss with all
*. my; Judgment upon that eo wilts I **. scfcool brssch
.M.lsanc. of possible. **. Tn gra4.at.*
Injunctions
attention earaeetaee sad seal
Lnst ben nave given It In any cans otl>ers may; Ta coanectlon with the delays of tbelaw every of these srhMole turn out well In tsgreat k
sharply drawn such Infamous .
t.r by the demand to the mat b* at liberty to Judge of me." Tbe 1 call your alteotloa and tb* attention ' offender )Moreover, lu majority ef ....... ctrl bartllraajr +
that the right of my Judgment. Oe mUM K sneuM
PKJtag Injanctlooa proprieties of the case were set forthwith of the nation to the pn..1ftMoeof rsp* of them become mID....., W..M*
In be
labor always with
punlslted death
-..M b* wholly cases singular clearness sad good temper crime among Ire. and above all, to tbe' as to what little rrtinlnsllty Shot, .. never.

hat doubtful abellsbed. It Is at by Judge W IL Taft when a United tb. epidemic of lynching and mob violence caw with angrier, Asesalt with t.... the torah ef that brutal fltd.. .rarewhich
whether a law abolish Intent I* tweawlape should be mad
Tat attoctther States circuit Judge eleven years that springs ap now la ono part Invites lynch law, Krerynal ....
the OM of Injunctions la a capital rrtat, at toast la the duestaus
*** **... -go la 1806.Tb et oar country row la another Karhsection ., ...*.. erno lsaiHt.. tar /MM '.
welsh ef tb.
stand the test of the court sad prwvleloa aJbovU
**"'tl. .a opportunity freely and publicly aorta, south east or west ass sstter. ef that, every ether e.tae4, ,
I "*''U' wblrk ease. of course the to criticise Judicial action la of vastly Its own faults. N* section rsa wltfe b. mad b, wttfctt the puaUbmeat way mart or wma. ...".WM Lads a life ss

I .,." I U an:.would. t** Ineffective. More more Importance to tbe body politic! .'*SoDa spend Its time ertag at tt*T follw |a>a>e.iialely ape the b..l..f useful ami bowocsb. aa t. wit, tWo

f'- T to r it would t. wrong alto than tb. Immunity; ef courts .red faulta of .DC t..... .srtto. It sliovldb tike aCfea**. wall the trial bath be tied will ...*! r-p.d *f tikes. wt..lto.
pruhlbit the use of In Jan<*. I busy .. ..s Its T a* art aduet.d that la. victim seed. at
I ...*. It U judges from unjust aspersions and r ttrnittr trylag to an> ewe abort* wtwwM netgtotMir fcx *r she ts thereby

for criminal to permit sympaai tack. Nothing tends! more to J tawlotf.. To deal with Ib* came of b* waetoaly shamed wnitogtvtag tostl help tbe .whale rtor.l rate se It .._
<
t hu rr mlasls to wraken our hands Judge ;
{ r tt.tray nit lb. law std It men seek I anxiously solicitous to do start Jostle> .w.lE.... p.t>U. cosk" tooc* aad to tlrlty ..U b* uses. to tb* oetalto.. *. tM..re ttlBM.!f tike man robe ea_ As

f ...., V life .r property by mob Tic- than the rouHoaatiews that very art j suppl.mat this by wtstver tocteU* | Tr.. ..ta|.ers t>t the walte rsr*. ea t r.et to t*..tp tike arr to lets while

.* '"*."'"e sbeuW IMt no Impairment of of IbHrs Is to subjected te ilea isle I I IUgeut ties will add sp4 sad rrtsiaty la th m flee sales. bead. sI*..M aarterataatl ..... aettbI.., wfce II... seer Mm, anrf 4HM

a.* < the court to dsl wr tb scrutiny aa!
be .the effort summary and *ffp" ea of theft fellow tnn. Hitch criticism tobneftrlsl 1 wttti lynchUsg sees snore .. ........,... nart> a tooalag *f the ta |........i the tee
....ws't.... UU.. Hot so far as poer la proportion a* It Is fair "|' A great sway wUit one are Uacl>* ", i, IUsjiU a, that this spins ef lyarfclag lbeeah unseal W ...... awtM 4e bias.

r.M! at.u.* of fb* power should>> be dtepaseJoaat. dUerhalnatlng teas .*4 but tbe crtta* to peratistr frrf.*at lat laevltsMy. u..... lato prwrlae.er lai. .... a. their a1.rwl "pi" and to ,uVegrs

I....,.S... SBtiMt by some rods Uw oa a kswwtedg* ef sound legal pet.Q | rMpert to btork tsa, Tb greatest e the e*.a.aaaity all rjk. I... saw* *vl.. .....,.1 p.i.1.. ar abay wSU tits gtass. .

I iz '. L t ".t year. dr4... TW cwuMs e.t* ma W UyU kris ... '' totlag CSOM tyacnJag .. the Prp. : rrealarr a-tad dwell ........ N* .tsar. ttoMM .t rtnr It* UMMT*)| bee. seta

1.4e. ru.nrr .f Injunction there tnt jrttrs sari by W. scare .....t trattoo. ..(-" ", by Uack a***. tt tea tak* part la the torture *f a Ise ..t .t l..*t *. greet to tb wfclt

M'"e'v! a rto ........ ef UM Jodkrlary ntli Ion ef the isritMas taw. rrrtrwsjudiHal taW .. !:i tb* nMMms ....... flit rvp* tl. BMMtf aaasj i4ag .wtb..t avl al atott ew a ........,.. a..rt wibi.rsa uu..r -.. t+atars+t psi.pH. .

.I....- pq.'", .Lkta Is .....n.btP.t lea i. ...... are tii.m f.r'. W aboeataabto la sH Uratrgwry avural ...... ...............,. fnriKvery ........ .... .,..., fat*..

t t. p< stbinty of grave GM'f'aal ***** rrtvtr eattrtttrM: .<*rw I. tY'tes.a see. "w*-,* **. _..s-r Mot. lyaralsc ...... J''t e* rrtwlb1. H ,....aalsrsrrr... tartb v1ws+M. that

war It.. s poser that sboukl .. or law ln ( *rt.sl fvfcmtat ofsioaal pee,e.. ....-|saUy ..*.c. U* amiasloa tf ajMvsl to...enrs..*a to aH la* daI"_ the rsdttlder/e wt.*. ........ rise fttl.
-.* w t...tr*.** ,. i tato rtni by t ..naa ltortartag .t. !' robe a** kawt4
h s' care and abovklJ vvfmmtt b fr* wMrt a+sea Jed ; say .* a>f ft .sad ry. ft*. eta tesaper. fro** .rl faro

5.5 a-l*-f te tee >tabs. scrnttay .f a tl weal f. made tilt ..S.d gar Call ago MS ,] ..... tt. asaa ewanHtHig H. tis.* ;, tl.ertr* jwM .. saaHa a4 Utl.asl tr* > eAl-. *r la a selrtt a* ar tare 4e.<. /]

.l ttiar9eeea.ties abeaM be mt tr.rits sad.. it.us east a s treat trb.p .rs gtaMC Ja tMtol fsahtow a l>*s<]aS U* f w Uk. aest gaaarsllea at Aasr{* a'wry' $*4.;. to hits. taatrearmy r54teesodMey

.. .-.c ae web t.. QM Jndg who fails eve. to secrlr'e sMsrtaMy ef d? ,ws, .*W4 sad rMfarlac. .... **.I.*. to a era epemeeb.e ra4 wtMa *wbith '

N" ,* bawdy. wnen necessary as t* net ......,..,........ rrNbttsra also f ....*. wttta Ok. rrtaataal.Lwto I, ** t....&... V>. lMt4js9 ... sad ..tit t_ .. arose. aeeh. a..s W bsS... stiueatytsetWMt
*1** ..* ..*. It Ile .... .. of ...a.i... .,*.. fry wnat. U f4jama ) tot fa. .
.*'* wsatowry or pl"r by cwce uses, wtlllralt ree : Jet K |*sU re' .*.&.. fa* tow aa4a I sat sale/y itaea sas1c. ... anrtq., '

....... f c re a judge strong . apenl.... e* K en- K y a etis ,,-t' tad -aa. amas tArt*a to tyacfcfr et tVe wM4 tad rr Mae>l ev.gry W bat sire Lad b'', w...c:.'iri er Mkatlrte.

,.. s. M at fer Ms eta will attack sates the. JtsiMal tsNss. .... rttethatL ..t Apr tNry up.. tity ..triadLye.. s aa.A, fall ..........C....a.srrestiy b berv*.*e '

y rMrt to violence erre'w ......... ... ... .,. IM ttssrw h $n et Ii/rJ .1Ma..... .
t6w... eI - Jl. ..*... ........ se &4....... mw .Ilbethe. d rr a repsItae er tha'vsfr
7 M e'em tsey.1't ref K tl. M w N b' eo. osslrstile. ,y far -s.y ate Maiii *f -......, awT .... gulags arwtwb'bt. ate I*.
.... .l. ...sele ., era .,. ,., 71*** M aa..ti.f ss.It.e vtalrrs boa a
+ 4 Mluhirlr I settW
', --7 k of s'.stsew nM'ei.f ,.. f4'W14 eaire! .tarMy tadbiatt.. When tae ..... as .....saat,
't .... i .
.
gsamlae ?brae aerct .., ''nor. Mhev is'trltbl s rlacier et rig wtalle erlswaslerss > .... >e ra*.c efnai aV.. auittor ecM + _
.' .. >. sass way Mare K the p. rls. fit ... ra- $54 flaw rtanla
....... ,r 1M is.i 1 r aato ., .... rrf. r( .. *.al eelar.srrwtfrr. wMra'
.
IIa rrilflisrl Lyva.d > .
.. .. ..
-'. .s..1Ia.c 1..... ..... "a I wss. ? I.,.....t N AI.f taMah 1M Ir1.4e
as T lAet ttteh --.c 1o 1M riled. Jsrrnt r-r.. .a gadprover .. i IrM+wat a, .n.-. 1J.raNOrdrt c.. .. esfie forth aa. al ....... .. sad
slew ire t1b t aw wMttaltps
.
as a sore. et ... IIIJIIINd. faaassilwt laeeerat l' . .
_.. ., .... .. l.rlif y tM rtttMrts Irnard..rt .
... b'.'rN4. W ferbhlibatz Ir.v1lni .tnaarasb ad arr..a: I A .," -t rr t. r frs''re I... 1Nro glass. "1 ateM ey rl ..., Ms ......... J4.r eat etI .taMe ... . ...... tea. .......f.. let boI trw. r..I' ;
..... fist I:1IIaCr . . .. I bs.. .ttlta Ile. M.e tsanribrt .. t1aK es1iM. .. w1iMsfr
: e rta l.vt lal.loeot tar sal ....-.' tr grill .e l lest ... M ..- W puirpl. e .t the I/tl'.
=-a'wMvt' as41.wfeI "ways, aisfL'aeae at..t se.easirtoo .r -,-' r- to .r.f_ oti.. ..... .rt .... a i..+abt r1l.c etas >w1 Raare..olr dews ry tfI thaisaris .. i 1..... ruse __ ..IrAt, .c ... rwosw

lie .....s.-.tr.. ... .. .. .... .. .. f -... / ....0. -,. ,< .! sea tHr ..... ...rr'e.... y ... .wlr rn+sesaw hl.att ttissar soli.y Iteea.. ...a,.. a r ,T .... rasa ......,. acI
"C.. .. .. . even IsersresL4 ttlitets M .Atlsl. re ..... . ...... fief u.e stsa rsst ........
.
.. esl'l71a..l. ect 4.'P sat .t. t 't+. "rrspwr It , a M ear.j I lit .........._ W f(1l+Afe<:! .....,..
r k 'tus. .. iM. ewttG attsaatla.sa+ les t self MD r .... ee .wrnA e ,. a Irv Inv '.barb rllq lave.La ....f.... t- ..,.,........ fill lliMer ....... rWye ... ,t... o. ._ ......... 4t tsrey eraartealM1l ;

G r is '".-,, .......,h .......... tibat a ......c.1 '!lOb. .......-. rsv ... fW s..... 1Nitb....K: f.......... /t Idarsrs.rtp0.tasIg .. i'" lrslr .vls .... aoslrw 3M. .... I II : alp q . -.".. Zia wt 1tt11trraN 0\1 .aa4
: ',es Ia er.u ve tea tW ....... eIM grants I .. f p.-..tr essa te . !l .
Ms a
a: .- iatMtr aOYrrl1 It I w1e.ga r0A 'M'' v."f M tH '''ar: ; ..-;,. r- Ww. iJrr, yrale at Rick ;,
; at -... ada'astr. pseC ...ese Ile-re 'art: "y-:. -.,. ..-., a .. ......... . .....-- .... ......, .... a I' lira as sis i.. a taerMtwt. K Mre1 /IrY I: ter I ow If nrl'o.allwws' : arrsd .. _' .

....... -:::! y crag vas tares:: its .... :i f'o.... -- ...., .,... ".." .- .. .. . .... S d 5' .. .o 4 rwvt3e/. T'- W ......ea' '..., MsarwiMM Kftse4 rarA.re s.. .r f51 rte. lava M r._ 1 7Q

_. e.t law awl wU i ..... -' _""'. 'wt 1 .. tree S....- .'os I.*** 7-4 f.-% Tatar. s..C .a >%*...* ; -- .

'-7"'" hefdR ... -. : 1"""" ..... .. :r .. 1'" nr"' l' 'J' wtn.......t e .. t a I4nTe"\. :.rt ,y.. It I *.. .-.- .* a*," a* aj*. ...... .tr ........ ea age. .s5au


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: GMNESYILIiK FLOMDA
DECEMBER
8 5. 1906
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ANDCOUNTYCONDEHSED Its. o.O-I Porter and sons John, SPRINQ PARK CATTLE. - -- ---
N SDF CITY
'tlt1/S/ I IJ left Rocky Point yesterday for Wa.hngton. -

D. O., where they. will wake Returned From Tampa Fair Tuesday MOVER

their future home. 1\lra. Porter has After Taking; Many PrUa.

J For the COftvenibnce i been a resident of Rock, Point and of Alter having been awarded many

this city for many years anti her many prise* -more than >evnty. -at theStale To
r Oath- our new location,
Interest friends on corner
of General -- regret very much to see her Pair In Tampa, the Hereford just North of Pontntfle*, wherewe

iJ by Our Reporten. leave cattle belonging to Spring Park Stock will be pl.n. Ml togr.e you
ered '. There was a very interesting. and en* Farm Company, of which N. A. OalIU and do our beat tn<< pIe.... you

SOCIAL ITEMS of jnyablemeetlogof the Woman'Cbris. son la manager arrived from the scene
i ptJ50N"L AND_ tian Temperance Union he 1.1 at the of contest Tuesday, looking aa piek Oysters, Steaks and Short Order]

Happen.d and What I* Going reading-room on Monday afternoon. and span a* eoold be ei pec ted' after our Specialty.
a' At this time arrangement were made the long and tedious trip. Coffee the brat. Everything
EEl r N ?PM Told M Short Paragraphs I for a dime aocial. to be held at Mr.*. Manager Call Una i'e certainly to be nice. Game cooked. to order

(: That "He Who Run May Read" our patrons we T. F. Thnrnaa' revldenee. on Tuesday congratulated' upon his success at the for sportsmen' .

t TN Sun.Old . e"enlnJr.Ueo. llth, to which the public Fair. It was demonstrated, through OPEN EARLY and LATE.
1I. .
\ ale at this office. is invited. his exhibit that Florida i I. a* capable -
TJDl \, PWen for I C O Robinson of Coe L% who a of raising floe cattle aa any other ..e.. '
i In theCresm
&' Black of Highland day or two ago purchased the beantl : lion of the country, for no finer can be THE CONTINENTAL::

J t-1' tel home and grove of J. W. Stnqoe found in the South or in the United

.' pods tod.S'_ Keystone will keep our field at Taeoma, left yesterday for his State, for that matter, than the tinell.r.tords CAFE'RETA.RANT.

Jittrf' 't.AD' home, where he will arrange to more and Jerseys' from the pass


lr,it-*ak*. -- Mr. Robinson expretaed himself aa be Immediately opon their arrival the GOOD BREAD ,
Iadc'calling card lo.latet styles leg well pleased with his purchase cattle' were unloaded and driven to the '
I and believe his family will be bene- f arm.nine miles distant to the weat
office. AIDS
1FE ,itSntt- Ten ticket. for one dollar, store open until tiled by the change to Florida.W ward of the oily.Manager DIGESTION ,
J-
>* OallUon .
was not only bu
Bakery.Bfsaed W. Feagle of Alaohaa and R, H. yreceiving
gueft-ill! the Aadfensen.relk.y,4 01 "Ibae ttr.d'
congratulations' of
9 BjWa. graham bread evety day aiGtfif Meek. of Macon Oa.. were In the cityyeitenlaf oarpeople reettss" .Wo" heavyy. sorer broad. ,
over hi* success with the cattle, loosed to cream..
and made The Sun an appreciated
r?Ule Bakery. but also upon his success with the
call Mr. Meekaln a Teens I IT'S vemt own FAULT
i.II i.
Let W9.ted-Eiperienoed clothing Alaohaa county exhibit over whtah he ,
ton boy, but haa been residing In Ma
J. Maoksie.t 10 was commissioner, and under the i
ea1lfmaD.1 m. con for the pail three year, where he 40 ,, : '
row net keen rood .__. Ur, 4'KBY5TONU .
direction
p. of *
. '; U. Ohamberlln of Taeoma was has held a locratlve petition In the whom the exhibition was oct pnor. '..111..._.. Curls Is arsJ. troth Mr dar
. Kajp btdiriK in the city ,eat nJ.,, office of the Macon And Dublin rail made. Through hla energetic effort' 5-04 .U. at root door by I''

for th* test printed stationery atpVest road. He la now spending a while AUchua county was covered with UAK13RV ':It'bsae

Lan' prices call at The Son office. with relative. and friends at his old glory-and AUchua county will not 1t1S.i.. T. HCIIAFER.... }

ponj forgot him. ..-- _n.. __
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mi 4 4LI Boa. Henry 8. Chubb has retornet home h "-- -- f!

rbf bon a boineia trip to Jacksonville.Dpoty duringthis Dr. II. O. Spencer1 and wife, who MR. ALDRIGHT'S LOSS. WILLIAM ANDERSON \
;ono ) Sheriff Walker has returned havebcn spending the summer on -- Y

from an official vUit to point In Brad Lake Erie, have returned to their His Home Pecan Grove. Orange, Tree

lord county.JMM home h.re. and are again pleasantly and V.." ., Dn Durn.d.lalorm.alon .

rt t Y. Bradley I a well known'tns rekiBtof located In Eat Galneiville, Dr. Speno reached this city Toe. BICYCLES and Yr

Ire Machos, spent yesterday in month. er la a good friend to Galneaville and day of a serious loaa to I), A. Albright,

ved the tltr on balnea. this section, aa |* demonstrated by the whoresides on wh.U.kno.a a* the Mix* Electrical

1 ,1 Dr. Clarence B. Stroote will lead : faot that be has Induced a party of eon place,oearthe waterworks pumping Supplies.
boat ten from that section to come to .
scr : the prtyer'tneeting service at the station at a late hour Monday after --
MMhodlit chareh tonight at 7:3C Gatntavllle and spend the winter ..y. noon, which r..uheod In the loss of Mr. Agetey fer leading Illc/rlea. H.p.Irfr.. '
Imo oral ol whom may decide to locate Albright' home, a cottage of five or all 4...
,.eloe k. prvmptljr. Klrctrlral: ' work \
here permanently.The room virtually new, theburning. ol
William Welch a proRrell.I".70an. THE S SIJITHOMAS J .t all klaaa.
cid.It Woman' Guild of Holy Trinity five acres of young pecan tre., SCO!
trxkr of Evinaton.; was among thoavkoeam ,
f Episcopal Church will hold a baatarln orange trees 100 peach! tree., and six.
to Galneivtlle trading I 113 1 W.
ed yes.t.rdsy. UNION ST
: the Elk building this evening at acres of velvet bean, The aggregate
ado I which will be offered not only' good loa la said to be quite large, though It -- .- .

J N. Craig of Mleanopy, the genial' CO. thing to eat. but aeatonable boll.; could not be ascertainedMr.

rhofe us aunt of the Atlantic Coast Line aUit day article* of every description nor Albright who earae from Wes Miss Nora P ertaN
point wa a business visitor to cities' hrie-a*brae, handwork |10 linen, Virginia with the colony about three ,

0111 Uweityeterday.. embroideries In fact almost every. years ago,has been on the place aboo

let Tilt kind you want-Blue Ribbon thing one 90old wish for at price that ,.o.n. Ill frleud deeply aympa*
Tiailla Abvolately pure, goes twice I Biggest and beat loaves at the are reasonable. The fund will be devoted this* with him In the lo**.

Kaew" M far and the "Blu. Ribbon FI..Or"I'. Galneavllle Bakery. to the new church building. A This I I. tbs a ond flee occurring 'In LI I'I' N"11t1e1! (

perfection. Ask for the SSo! Board and room for one gentleman. cordial Invitation la extended to ev that 'Immediate neighborhood' during a
4Fmey
put S.C. Os,. the naval stores operator I Apply 201 North Oak avenue eryone., Come out. enjoy the evening week part of the farm of A. J.. Jock a.

fklieaDopy. paaaed through the city For Sale-One Iron safe In Rood eoodltioo. sad help good cauae. 'I on having been burned* on Than.. 18H..

t yesterday en route to JaekaonvlllevWr .I .cheap for eaaft. Address P. O. giving day_'0_'. ___ ________ #
er aa had been aummoned on bal. Box Si.
Mr*. O. P. Cannon of Kocky Point
aft* ametheat Finder
Lost-Lady's pin. YORK wa chopping In the ally yesterday. WATCH MY WI:IDUM. mil
noeed .Tri.ad*of A. ft. Wooley are glad to wilt' be rewarded by retnrnlng to )Ir.. NEW FS.Dd.ot her son, Harry Cannon, pay ywPROfI
tleoin him again after. delightful Wataon Porter .
who ha been quite low, will be Stall
+ 1t I ammerpent at hi. home In Seafcrd Furnished room for rent 800 Nest fled to learn that he I Ie now consider. -,-.--
1W. Mr*. Wooley expetta to arrive. Court a.et. Privilege of bath. (Gen
ed out of danger. Thoufk. he I I. alll
., [
I.. Ja tleoianonly. Address Box 330. City. quite weak, ha..p..ta lo be entirely' JUEuI-iiETiiAig C

Gy Ztrouerof Rochelle wa In the Have your Metlonery printed at The RACKET. recovered In a abort time.FASTIDIOUS ,

an.tt ehy'''''rei.,. He was en route 10 Bin office. Flrtt-claee. work promptly Piano and Organ Tuner

. X>att a.where for' the nest view dya delivered J, reaaonable prleee la our WOMEN and Repairer

1 *."111 enjoy a hooting trip with Wm. motto. conalder: Paxtlne Toilet Aatifepta .

Bores. For Sale-My troll" and confection* CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH neccMity .In the bvglenle care of the ---
pvraon. and for local treatment tW
ryVi rot Sale-Fine farm near Hague, ery. Good stand, Rood tualneaa. h"tUfaatorr .i {mlAine Ilia. A*a wash It. cleAaafnc THIRTY. YOAR.VfJalaeevllU. DXlt'JJUeHCII.
BO terra; good dwelling, atable. be me reason for aellloR. Apply to germicidal d..d+wising and healing

Bbl aa4 etthouae. Alto tw...acre lot eon W. C. Bale. tent Union atreet. qualities..are ...ra rdla.,.,. For aie Flerle.
.te I&lablJf a.. at Ornc...'*. Sample free. Addreaa
4 latl' dwelling and stable In The Board of Goooty Commiaalonera 5"Or5" The JC,. I'aatoa Co.. lloatoa, Maw.

D.II. o.ln..llle OiiartTille. Apply to John B, and lb. Board of Public Inatroetlon miFor ..---.----- . -.. - -.. .... JEFF SIMONS '"
Pia.y .
were In regular monthly session& .*
ads W 8iaq.wS.Sd of Tacoma whoM terday. a foil membership of each MEN ED ..A.nDS. MALa Itt
toes. e doetifig board beioc preeent. The regular 1
mercantile
boa{
.... sad rowig orange for the past- roatlae of bailneee In each body was The Shoo that fits and OPERA Fresh Saltwater Fish

"' rlean. ha decided to. return to traoMcted.Georjte looks aa well find wean as HOUSEJ. /

. bead bow..8enltoba. ...1.... jot aa Dirt and OeorRe Spark man '
Fold and
well those at $b
wS M h. MID. grave ....bo.t to brio g of Loul... two progressive' farmers. ...eI'Iock.e. OH
'UB i ia golden role..... .. are maklnc a great success $0. "We still have them at Oa .. : I I:

oat Mn' g. A BUodiag bas.. retoroedb la hoff>ralaleir, amoac other Ibl.&Ao $3 60 per pair. Try a pair

f'001Cs rl.0j Oap. Ten*.. where They brooichi a drove of fifty flee hon and be convinced. J. A. COBtJBJTSOKKAT
-
..
1.. this market which were disposed 0f
been oe a pl.......t visit of a to --- --
Is. .s.;:. r.f laOe'he with her to ,Yo D. Facan at a good price,on the DAKLOWTMINSTRELS

S a.-,.is a J..b.member," E of BJandina the fMulty daughter TB of. l.i-the hoof The, member of he Board of Con Tur! UADCliff[ mi! .. tad OYSTERS

MmerUI Ualvervity. trot, after holding I their meeting. here (I. rear ef Faraltere' Co.p.a|)

led,. 8,4 L o..r sod Captain Monday aft.raooodsported foe their.. For LADIES Yen. sii_ko.'w. tS.m.-h has e*eM weed OAlZE14YLt.Y., e VI. *IDA '
C *eOr vartooa hone. yesterday. Each *
y A, .k.w aav* tamed from Lry- preeved blmaelfaabelnc" well plea*.4 AN AZX.WIIFTI COMPANY f aa new .ref>ere4 toK ........c..e> ,
re At (&! 0 Is of tho .
o Sunday afteroooa they & onu prctUcet seeds with ... best the' .*rt*.
dlC N r":*-4** the fen.ral of th. fo,...""'. sot oely'*with l the Mdolttc at tae UeWveralty. and best to be Mxn. AJ>*ew(*.y OiMreetee** steed ....... ..... l'buoe Zs..
with' the
MBA. bet general *
erecreaacf .
.. Tar worth
r. a ator K R Carter the l ee y er feer messy
.*'M., '- 4. L.vpsill..met.ry.nI.c. the sillTratams.tat Seo the line both in Button -fteetEyelthir .
*** J Fred" II. Ferxl" ef tfce t
E heBUtd of the Ba,t!.tO and Lace. >IC Nnr TtUIr s.a..oa T. F. T.I.ISI
.t evb otas4uag.Prat Atlantic Cea Llee peas yeuHaywith .---_-- --_- .. f
... family ie this lty. )ire Feed.who _...l.jr the Lee Iasmble Np.r.Semi. .
J K.ll.m 0f T.U........ is,... speedlag a majority of w. I Wo are allowing a magnificent .. .e Aheatys. Kweeliy le I UNDERTAKING CO.
to":: .r.t the Board of Conatteai time oe the .pe.er.bera rflvUlo ef .I line of Blnnkutlt'from : *>e.e4. H a'C. Craft, tae I ,

ct t sss. .. the ....fe. the real states. .ae, the ......., efa the cheitjxMt' to thbete o H20tb Centttrjr Atrivle Epeeist"i I II

.xr yr r .,*** Board sod r*_.la4Id cnages truss that ......... OIH I..... .... ...g a It....e* AIR. iff IT O. I tow uwn OP
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.; -" Prof >1:...*, ... looU. the I. fast the iraAc *e ee bossy that h *e Ilk....... .,....... tn+$.I *e4Tib O+st.r
** *. .ha. S6e our 'loquuttlJRu: It. at
u Vi whlH U cvf. a d. cat matJer te aaeve iafroi .

s. .. =a f th.t ... n4 hlLc of ..... .. very*. $, .2*-.. be *t flU nItty.. = tree 0-- ta..ar a..r.-....t. ........ POaXOPVL
ag 4th w. af a. lavfeatae M -
W. are fa reeH '
Iciest SUe.. tae I* ** 1..5.sr '''' TU..Tosa
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