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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 29, 1907
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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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. XXIV. NO. 277 GAINESVILLE, FLOBJIUV. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21)!), 1M07 TEN CENTSK

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5' PERSONSPERISHED[ SALOONS TO CLOSE SOON. COLUSIOfHH' A FOG[ TRAGEDY NEAH SPRING PLACE. A CHRISTMAS
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I Absolute Prohibition Goes Into EffectIn Country Dance Ended In Killing:! of: e RI I IJ

Georgia on Jan. 1st. Ore of the Participants.
:Atlanta, Deo. Wednesday there Spring Place Ga. Dec. 2?.-News' J .
::1' will be closed In Atlanta under the Killed reached here Wednesday that John
Entire Family Burned to Death Three Persons and Dozen tweut.threoe Mob of 1,500 Raid and \Wan
state prohibition law elgttty-slx whisky; Tankerslcy, a young man
:. Near Boston, Mass. saloons, twenty-three beer saloons Injured. yearn old was shot and killed Tuesday I Oriental Quarter.
twenty-one wholesale liquor houses night at the home of E. Williams
and two wholesale beer houses.Of near this place. A number of young
Y HUSBAND, WIFE, 3 CHILDREN these there are lxty-one whisky; ACCIDENT NEAR CAMDEN, N, J. people had gathered( to have a dance. REGULAR POLICE POWERL
saloons! for white people and twenty While eating supper some exceptions I
the for negroes; seventeen beer saloons .- were taken and some remarks made
.ene of the Fire Was Several Miles for whites and six for negroes Fatal Rear-End Collision Occurs on the by some one about Low certain young Report that a Cattle Ran tree

a from the Center of the City, and I With the taloona and wholesale levated Tracks of the Pennsylvania: men drank their coffee, and a generalrow Been Fatally Woundeo in a Re

Upon the Arrival of the Firemen, houses one brewery will go out of .Railway-Fire Added to the Difficulties followed.: rant Caused Angry r.lotj ta
a I business. A4 to'what will be done The light was blown out. Mr.
the House Waa a Mass of Fire. with the brewery Is not yet known as of.Reacue.Camden. Williams and Roscoe Rusell clinchedand : Attack.
? fell "to the floor both of them
Boston, Dec. 29.-.Five persons were the proprietors decline to give out N. J., Dec. 28.-Three face. !)Portland Ores i>< t
twrusd to death In a fire whloh d.- any Information.With persona were killed and more than a receiving some cuts about the patch to the Ore,;, ": ,a ,
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leXroyed the bouse of John Clark at tb<<<* closing of the whisky dozen others were injuredIn a rear- While this altercation' was going on bridge says:

jWTatertown: ,, a suburb, early Friday.BaHery houses will come the cutting down of end colllblon on the elevated! tracksof some one of the party fired a pistol Because they be;" t. .
. ( member of the Clark family nwttoata the city's receipts from licenses to the Pennsylvania railway a short several times one ball taking effect Inent citizen had ,o'er : a''
In the throat of Tankeulp.
In ths flames. the amount of $131,112.50. the exact distance from the station In this city. young Chinese restaurant ?
[' The dead are: amount of which waa paid into the city The cars were 110 badly smashed thatIt whlca proved fatal In a few minutes. ed and wrecked th.. t I t. John Clark, &U,,wife and their threealhildren treasury from that eource last year. will be several hours before the exact Roscoe Umsell! gave up to Sheriff late Christmas nigh. ,
4 ., John, aged 11; Philip, aged.. It Is estimated that the amount. of number of persona caught In the Wlllbank on a .charge of assault to I Uestauranta and ,,' ,
w) 1, and Doris, aged 2.The capital vrhrch has been Invested In wreck will \\tr Known.:: Fire addedto murder on R. "Williams and gave a smashed. and door*. i .
bond for U .QUO+ for his appearance at
"4p flames had made great headway' the whisky busihesv In Atlanta Is the difflcult1 of the work of res tire fronts of build," ." el\
the February! term of the superior
q, prben. flrat discovered by a neighbor, between $750.000 ami $1,000,000. to splinters
shortly after 1 o'clock. Much of this, tt Is said will bo In- cue.The trains I Involved were the express (court Just' who did the shooting The regular police
The house was about t tulles from veeted In the city In other enterprises from Atlantic City and' the Pemberton has not yet come to light and no powerless and a t 01 i .'a. n 5.
|tae> center of the town and by theMime Some will be withdrawn to other accommodation, train. These warrant has been sworn out for the police had to be 'a. . '0
the firemen reached the scene, cities as several of the whisky deal- trains were due In the Camden station homicide. I I the riot.

Mfh/e house bad been burned almost to eN have given notice that they would at 8:21: a. m. There was a very RALEIGH CLOSES DISPENSARY. I I A story was firm a"' 1!
the ground. / carry on the same business' 1n Chat thick fog when the accident: occurred Smith a well known "a-
;'' The' firemen were able to locate the tanooga. Jacksonville and other cities. The express'" train was main up of Twenty-Four Saloons Were Voted Out had been fatally! w . atauraut
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; abodJea of the father and t\o boys The wlplug out of the whisky business two baggage cars, one parlor! car and In Favor of the Dispensary. CiiJioii");: n..
fcirt nottiounO all at onetime will cause quite N C-. T> 28-By a mnJort I I
the mother and tittle girl were three' coaches and the accomivitiation raleigh ec. Smith nor any one ei e abut
until the rube of the house had a change In one respect: of the city's. train consisted of a combination: car )' of 5-J7 nalotgh has voted out even the p'oPce \\ .-
j;, 'cooled sufficiently to permit a more buKlnes: affaire- This was done to a and four coachea. its liquor dispensary and becomes a I I the tale, and two On i ,

thorough search. certain extent' once before when Ful Both trains. it Is acid. were run- prohibition!: cl;yIn rested charged with MAn .
I fThe house was valued at 5000. ton county .went dry under local option ning cautiously as they approachedthe the city tbrro were 92S votefor ,I indignant moli 10.1' ;
r but then the wine houses and station, The engineer; of the prohibition against' 3sl for dispensary the restaurant and Cl': : a
w t GYPSY CAMP ROBBED. the wholesale whisky dealers whose licenses Pemberton train because of tho fog, and two for *aouna. The' dispensaryhas lynching.
ran over kept open for sometime d.d: not see the Atlantic City train It been tn operation tie e for four Suddenly some on. i
: Celebration Thieves after prohibition went Into ef It.He tw,'ntj-fuur saloons having been .
Curing Bethrothal Is said, until he was close upon year I which smashed a fr'r *
,. Ateal Large Sum. fect. Next Wednesday the city will jammed the brakes down but It voted nut in favor: of the dispensary.The a moment the crowd "j nd
t Now York Doc. 28-An"entire gyp- be absolutely dry was too late. tales have amounted' to $2JO.:: trol. tlrickk and jiton ' ti

n try camp 1* under arrest front tho The train came together with considerable 000 a year. with about; $75.0OO; 11rof'I and when the dooi* 1'* n ",
T kin* down on coin" plaint: of the queen HAD DYNAMITE IN POCKET. force. The tender of the It. this being: placed I to the credit of !I In. the table and It" de I
-of another camp wtio accunoi those -- Pemberton train telescoped the first \he school fund, the' road fund and the smashed.
/ under' arreat of having robbed her of Stick Exploded Blowing Boy's Body car of its train. killing three persons city expense account It reduced The Columbia an! v a f
Ii JIS.21C. Through Parlor Window. and Injuring at least four. The rear taxation but the voter here felt that I rants' were coniple, "\ -l 1
- !' Dora Peare Is queen of a band tai Birmingham.; Ala., Demo 8.-Dan car of the Atlantic City express was its Influence was not for the cltv's l.ater a squad of n;.
,. plungarlaa gypsies ramped on the edge Bradley. 10 year ole sun of a widowat wrecked. The 'rf'CkaFfO Immediatelytook bent and voted, it out. The election! pea red, and the crowd A:
i of tho city, on the Bronx. Ous Htan- I Pratt City, a mining suburb of fire from the locomotive and the was a quiet one. Hiindr da of ri"f . .''
j |ly Is king <_f a band of nrI".h: gypUes Birmingham died Thursday morning police and fire departments' of Camden the scene of pll'ailiit: ; '
camped nearby.Queen aa a rojult! of a Christmas party given were called Into serviceTha Macon Had Fine Celebration away. opposite t'e \
Dora's daughter and King at Mike llustan's house \Vedneuday fact that the collision occurredon Macon (1a. l).c 28; -The celebration they cleaned out an' ,r' ..
,Ous. a eon have long been In love night Tho boy carried a piece of the elevated structure made the if l"rltma! In Ma; con was an tau aut. and r.tsrl *
rwlth each other and It watt finally djnanilto In hU coat pocket." work t>f rercue rtifflcnlt The rescuers Ideal one The weather early prom- Orientals who were ,s. -.
greed between their rnjnl parents Wlille on the porch he was Jarred could not reach the structure h..Iail flint could be'! elt'ellr""l| and Miyor Jil'jral'h ..n XI : '
Kbat they ..hnlltb! ,. mn rrlret. Queen and the uamtto exploded the from the street but had to go to the' I Pt'JI.< came out .arly. The lid wasp Tow naend both atJtlr.'*'' !)
; Cora paying to King ins $.'00 to bins boy's right leg waa turn off find his wreck from the station at the foot of on In the *aUM: >ti.<. an'I there seemed I II I ursM: .. It to dtii pcrslble .. 1\'
?be bargain 'body WUH thrown violently through a Market street. I I few who hlf.1 1111 Inclination to break I'I damage had be*'nQu'ctly
Ro. ou Thuriwlay night, Klug Qua window Into the parlor where the All available help from the station the I Ia" The police' have bad no : dispersed
i Halve a part 'In celebration of the bettrothal. e""III''r... aAwmblt-tl. Bu\ral and men In the railroad yards and I unusually :ard work to do. but the !
aud .Invited all of QueenDora's boys and girls were knocked down and I shop were pressed Into service and u ual .1 nil.'"" were on hand and a prs- I ICE PROVED UNSAFE
followers to his ramp. Unfit others w" ro bud) shaken up by the the Injured were quickly taken from don of p lie court was necessary' to -
Tlrl was left to watch the Hungarian explosion and by the boy striking i under' the mass of wreckage iinj eamp. During t.be.t'llII1X n man them In his Iliaht. Tho house was to* the Cooper hospital and the There were no very' har.l cases and Skating near Castles''n VtRutland.

? Land woman called. at the camp to badly wrecked. \\"_t Jersey hospital. the plain drunk' wax the mot ordin Vt. nc '
pave their fortune told and while The fire -was extinguished I he'ore It ar>' offense drown and fix b.i.a s'5'*
w the girl waa busy with their fortunes. Legislation on Rates.Halelgh. reached the victims planed under tie same fate because 'h
: N C. lv'o. 28.--vV&ked aa Great Famine 'In
some and .
; one alU the tent behind her wreckage. ________________ Turkey. thin Ice on a skillet
;' made way with the royal tnvmury. a to the |progress of railroad rate IIUation fio.ten. ioe. :2'<.--The Americanboard I ton Thurnda .
1' ball routalnhia" Queen !><>ra'* savings and the trend of events leadIng LOVER FILLED, WITH BIRD SHOT. of 'olrTlIllllllun"'r" for foreign i! Kate Mary and t.," c. '
,+ nt sixteen >.....rlt.t up to thu assembling of the general --- mtlon has rtct'tt..1 adtlcos from j under ten year of -..' ron
assembly In special session to Sensational Denoeument of Attempt the Inteilor of Turkey. showing un- the pond and f'd' ,'
ll HOT BY BIRMINGHAM' CHIEF. ratify the pending compromise Governor ed Elopement at Albany. ucun.U .,>\',>ro famine conditions safe Ice The Ic, .
t Glenn said Thursday that he I.ee tMir. Oa. IVc 2S.-It. W Bread 1 II : almost tick of toe ,,d..lo.n. .emplojr- the Uee County and .' ,
Vkndriff Became Unruly and Bit the wa expecting any other c n *U are considerably j people: who w t--e on a': '
Flneer of tr r Chief of Police. clock to marX the arrival of the communication Journal was filled with blrdnhot nlKbrr than; last year. ant prices for t the pond went tn t'
f! IMrmlnghani. Ala., I> c. :**.;.c'hletbt for which he was wilting In front of the home of Deputy Ger.J. .% other 0'.C't'.1."'-a are four or five times six were thrown In" .
Police Jamee Merrlman ..li' t andprobably befme taking |u'i oraut action In the W :Morgan a prominent citizen hlK .., than inteen >ours ago FaniIne I the further brekin< -
I t.tanundC'd a :Mactiloailan. matter He adxfetl; "1 don't consider of tits county. t loa al,., threHtenlnc other vlttnftesnear i, hands :'P3r" tfce'rr': ... .
'} Jim Artdrlff, while resisting l arrest there Is rosily any doubt about The shooting came as t.e ilenoeu ( l:rzr")1lan.1 few of the Inhabitant i ed In saving all but .
of the legislature The meat of an elopement. planned toy the .
the a ombltt>K tare moan of eacap D" i, Clark cblldr-n r>*r: .g!
Andrlff was arrested b>' the 'hh.r only' tiuentlon Is Just when the cue Mr Adklns and Miss Nona Morgan:: I I either to America or to nlhllla. | pullot out of the wa*"

-.a n trivial offense. and on the wan -, will b.. l t""*, .tiod and for"bat t1ale." It has not born clearly developed ,."..oo drowned 111.' .
+ th.. vtatlon Anttrlff hf""unu1111"111)' ---- --- whether the father or the brother to- i j i Ceach far Yale Team. ; awr.ej :30; O'')rKe II.11'f:
and In hU efforts to ecapo got the Shot to Death In Buggy. the yonna lady did the shooting | New Yf'rk. I)t.c Z8It 1 II state* In Ida Franklin A-"1 "I
chiefs finger In his mouth biting It Culiritihu. Ow I>ec, 2S.- Ben Kd Just as Mr Adklns drove up In front Yl ara'ii! ... tiitU: .. li.'r... that "Tad"*
f severely The chief drew his pl tul ward, a Ituujftl ("OlIntI"ham.... of the house the shot was flred. It'' Jones thin vw r'. gr.*it nuar'er. .b.ck. ,.''t 0 fe
ti. And attempted to strike the prisoner.rwhen merchant was shot "nd11I.1 by Ho- wapreceded" by a warning. cry from will b.C"t'ar'! of the Va:. footr. Park Superintends,H"
AndrlrT ..*......1 I It, In the slrug. cee (irnlra farmer of that count) Miss :Morgan .' team nm y*._r, It h<* atwav' ben Chicago, Dec :a. of
while the two .were riding In a bucgy took rT: .>ct ta the fare ', tier supertntendeni -
( jl. the pistol "...* discharged, the The hot the custom for the rsptaln r.* tAe tetra '
eball passing thr 'Un An,IrlfTs neck.father rNU1I..hIIubb! In Vehee. ,Ma. l ncV and .."oulJt'r. of .\dllnt. {I' to re"irn trfollowing yusr as coach and secretary" of t'f" a
1.&etaing para3y.1. We.lnetlay nluhl There were no .'t. lie returred the fore site a rifle. trait but Captain Illcelow h_.. decided to Thur*lav night at'eht '
n..II'tu tie tragedy: and the c'a' e bit *ho'!* wee wltbo efTt>ct ktve up athletes altogether Jones month Ir-.v.
Killed b) Son. : can only be '''''I\jo>ctured. They had I Chic-co.> accept be :--
will .
I I.d.at.n: Jun, but s h.; returnto t .
buffalo N. Y l ec 2 t tarlabroil been very clone! "It'htla. % Two Children Cremated. IJ I Yale as director of the Y1: r park In June. I'1 s
(- aasatL )-..r. pn'pi'.ttv oft ,, -- -- I *. !X.sbtrro! TfOnn.C, :1Tb.. A of .;.' t+lsefle4t' .rlentttic sobs.; I i,, the same po"IU m tn ,. a
.. latematlonal Hall. ?W. Ka tl.-uesr\ Destructive Fir at Abbeville. borne of John Tlliery. two mllee from and wil: be able to act a. bead nati O. where fc- **
..e sTtft. a saloon sad *M-* inn "I! Abbeville. Oa, IVc :S- The worst this plac..w..d..tro.s bjr,first Tfcure .lrob'lIt 'n-e.frrtoe. with his other coaca, I'I I four years ago M* "
tA ley, was sot and hllll.anlJ: ;. vn,p.tvt on ;.1'. tll.tbb.. mf' baa had for )esr day and two O of Ate ties du Dr John Ward-r a nv

:; n'bu...1ay. afternoon by bt t s.-nObarlen. ,,<,('un"'" l here Thursday nUM Tee and a ctrl of ... bussed i ito ------ I|, tnrtsti
aged 20. Hchrot' Sr tt U lt *4- w1U amount to $30.: .OO The leth SdH"Q.tlbo. :.ftta a.oo. I Mall Po.C', Stolen i Mlee D.c', "'
had been drlnkimfhtM!) of lair known. the I.. .*!ter! I To Investigate' .
in entlrt property the boos* by W1 + 'i
ld fa.tbIl1Z1. IVc :. -A mall !! Ait f>"
quarreled with hi* wf. and It t* destroyed { Montgomery .
hotel tau been I js>u.' wiA about l inters
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con- dc
said n* struck her when he ("aU..1 I __ FIrN Shot Thrwjh Head. U much -- toe -
taiafac
.oat her son to protect her lie came Shot to Death About 10 -Cents.Home. t...as.vtU.. Teaa Dec : .-Atter airy checks: hoUday, etc parcels warn of stolen meoey Jew. ,' horror at' Volande, have sad ..rlasperc.ors
at Mer- to
r rub the room and hot hU father Wegat CU, D-r I. -Aiie resultof Illrtag One shot at ale .-1r.. Curies ruse Janc.1loat.1 .... the bovrs nlt Is understood that brapatrt 4 .
abot.taking effect killing him al a dispute over tea cents, SUn Smith, Ke.>... A U>ul.vll > aa*. KaaavtUewl and 11 keow. wa.atrtretM
o'clock on the .vealo ..... tlor
of Dad ..
'flrset |..utlT'. Tae eon .... arrwe. alto twraaceKbaeta. was ILJU" 0. aitaaaa. kUU MaaavtC-kjr Isrta* a t': Tae ecapty c6 Uae .. .,spa.,
po.eh war <.... a.
5 s 1. ... :-,.eaNtM b. ahot Ia at>lfd. Christmas ahe raa...,;Me p a etnek.. ihakhtl tlrotnlll fir .... Me ttKr eftti en4 ta batg ,, 1 '1. .
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THE 'DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORioX DECEMBER 29,1907

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{ AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. COMPLIMENT TO MISS GOODE. t -::


List of Various Places of Worship, This Popular Young Lady Received

'y Where Those Desiring May Attend. Fine Vote as Queen of Carnival.A I:

Services will be held at tho\churches great deal sot Interest has been 365 DAYS .

this Sabbath ns follows: manifested during the past three or

First Presbyterian Church Kev. four days in the t-uccisaful: cnr.didato

;, Thos. P. JL.!.;'--"r aching at 10UO: a. for Qu.:rn ,,)' the On nival whK u Is to
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m.; subject "The World's Sunrise. j 1 appear in thlj city the coming week. -

Sunday school at 3 p. m. Evening ,. There has been several young ladles t ,

servIce at 7 o'clock subject "The In the contest being nominated andI

YTorld's Sundown." I I supported, by" their friends ud.I .

At the First Baptist Church Rev. mlrers. and on Friday night when the and
( Happiness
; 43. D. Rogers, there will be Sunday I final vote was counted, it was announced Prosperity

school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at I that :hiss< Lovle Goode. one

10:30; subject, The Victor's Crown." Iof Gainesville's handsomest and most!:

:Meeting of the Junior II. Y. P. U. at popular young ladles, had won the -

k. 2 o'clock. Senior II. Y. P. U. at ((5:15.j honor. Mist Goode receiving! 9451.

?; Preaching 7:15; subject, "The Ix>v> This was Indeed a compliment to the Is the Wish of

Ins Protection of God." J lady but one well deserved and one

" First Methodist\ Church, Rev. T. J. which The Sun and her friends feel I

X lxon-Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. sure she appreciates. .

Preaching at 10:45 a.m.; subject The other young ladles also received :
THE G. W. HYDE COMPANY
Redeeming the Time Junior r.t>a. complimentary votes which It Is need.

ty sue at 2, Senior League at 3 p. m. less to add they also appreciate, realizing

r livening sermon at 7 o'clock; subject, that there!; can be but one queen.

-'A Message from God." The choir ..

will sing an anthem at both morning LOST A FINE DOG

and evening! services. i For Each One of Their Many Patrons
t. At St. Patrick's Catholic church Some Person Maliciously Poisoned 1:

; Rev. P. J. Lynch, them will be mass 'I Fine Canine of C. F. Goodman. I
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at 10 o'clock a.m., and devotion of I Friends of C. F. Goodman are sym: .

the Holy Rosary and Ilenedlctloii( of pathizing with him In the loss of his '

si i Sacrament The usual at services 4 p. m. will be held at had fine the bull.cruelty"Itullet to,"poison which on some: Thursday."nul1et" person. I We cordially thank you for. your libefal patronage during the

the Advent Christian. Holy Trinity
was a flue. dog and was
{ ; liplscopal and the Church of Christ. regarded as a harmless and affectionate I past year, and we trust that our methods of conducting this

canine, with more than ordinary
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,; PROF. FOSKETT'S FUNERAL.I I Intelligence. Ho has been keptup I business, together with the high-class merchandise offered, will

r I since the passing! of the ordinance

,' The Funeral Will be Held from Odd preventing bull dogs from .roaming at I merit a continuance of the same. Our constant aim is ahva s to

iA' Fellows' Home This Afternoon.The large without a muzzle; but even If

funeral of Prof A. J. Foskett, the dog had been at large, he was not offer the "Best Possible Merchandise at the Lowest Possible Price.

r the sad death of whom occurred Friday of a disposition which would cause

k afternoon will "be held this after. any uneasiness as he wan very gentle

' soon at 2:30: o'clock from the Odd and affectionate, and has never caused .

. Fellows'II' Homo Rev H. It. Ropers of any trouble.Mr. .

tho First Haptlnt church officiating. Goodman naturally feels very Both B tl'Phones
%i' The deceased being a member of "sore" toward the party who administered I The G. W. Hyde Company

't the Knights of Pythla and Odd Fellows the poison, as well he might he,. Phones

fI as well an the Rebekah degreeof

the 1. O. O. P.. inemberH of Mount HAD A BIG DANCE.

Ternon Lodge No. 20, Knights of Py

t thias. Center Lodge No. 11, I. O. O. r.... The People of Waldo Indulged With
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"" aid Colfax Rebrkah Lodge No.2, I.
Delight In Terpsichorean Art. MRS. JOLLY BURNED. I BEGGAR PRINCE COMPANY.
1 O. O. Jo'., are requested to meet at the AV MISS ALICE E. THOI
lodge-room over Dutton's s Hank at 1:30 The good! people of NValdo always I ; I
awako to the mutual Interests of Further: Particulars of the Sad Accident This Favorite Troupe Will Appear in
for the (if attending the
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purpose
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of Well-Known Waldo Lady. Gainesville Three Nights.It .
those about them, participated In a
1 their last
funeral nn paying respectto I TEACHER OF PIANO
the deceased brother These orders big dance at tho town hall or opera : The Hun a few days ago contained Is with pleasure that wo can announce -

house! on Thursday ovenlng. when a notice to the effect that Mrs. hello the engagement of the lle s.ir
Are official and u full tittoiidunco IM.requested. : 208 N. Arredondo Street.
1' -. "the whole town" turned out to colo- Jolly, .well-known lady of Waldo, Prince Opera Co. for three nights,

a -- . brute l Christmas and Indulge in a good, had been seriously burned but the commencing! December 21 : =PUPILS SOLICITED;

't ... STATE AID FOR SCHOOLS. social time. following (rom"The NValdo News" The repertoire thus season Includesall .- --" - - ,
Tho music, which was -up-ttrdate In gives the particulars of this most deplorable new operas, the special opera "".. I

Application Has Been Made for every respect wax by a local oroheatia. - misfortune: InK a grand scenic production of 'The.

Schools of Alachua County. but the time was tit) perfect and :' "Tho most horrible accident that Adventure of Fri DIaVolo" The Gainesville Pressing Cl

Application for Htuto old for the tint Inutile M) Kood that the nKgroKii- has occurred In this city for years plot of this famou opera details the Mrn. M A. EASTEII.Ur.:
then sounded like u professional band was the accidental burn IIIK of :\Irtt. life and adventures of a robber who F
# schools'! of Alnchuu county has been .
from Jarknonv" or some other elt)". Hollo Jolly last Friday afternoon. holds In the mountains of Italy. First Cor. East Mechanir:
Vied, which Is of Interest to the people
4 The dance was well attended from "Airs. Jolly was standing before the dlxKiitxed' as u liiarqnU and then as Oak Ave I'i\
of the county. Tho apiortion.went | | -
In followsUaluetttlle NVuldo and Immediate MirrouiulliiKa. llro In her room upstairs In her .1"a"oll' ho 1 Is feared alike b>" rich !I -- -
of tho ttchoolH ns :
and In all peeled u most enjoyable father's homo, when her dress became and p'Mir. The opera contains beautiful :: Ladies' and Cent C it "gI
and \Vuldn hitch schools
affair, lUll t hi" until welt lit tho mornIIIK. iKiiitt'il by n burning! bTand on tine miiHlp. Hiss cleancomedy parts. .1 I Hats Cleaned and Pressed *"
Vii $000( each; Iii( \thorn. litl.iiid Grove,
hoarth tint spread with such rapidity and a pretty chorus of KlrU The '( Dressmaking Cone tin S',ort
Roc hello. Alachun. High Sprliigr! $3Ci::
before she could descend the stairs lust act at tho foot of the Mark rocks, j I Notice. SatitfJitCuaranteea Jot
Trenton and Nc.whc.r.rT -
ach: LaCrosse.
Successful Cat Hunt. that her clothe were all on fire when hero "Dl.iVolo"\ meets his death at I .
9200 each.
An enjoyable, an well an a mcoenn-- she reached her mother, who tsssl: This appropriation will peeve u r I
ht-liooln which ful \\lldcitt hunt J"Curh-c1 l early Saturday 1 hy A. U. King who hon.rd the screams oil the best ov sr xvrltten for a evade =SPECIAL MONTHLY RATE
great thing for those
r morning the participants being while p.ittttlnic. Miicroodod In wrapping op*ru. Mr. Harry I",,-a Voile. the well
and the trustees and
were favored : i>a-
t' Sheriff I.V, Konncll and hU guests a large rug about her which extlnKUlfhod known tenor will bo been' as "I>Ma> I
irons appreciate It
*
J. 1 lloulvvaro of Texan. and Stotot'ullen the fire, but too late to save Volo."
'i
..-oo.o.ooOOOO of Hague. her from frightful burns on different Seats now cm sale nt :Mlllr's H. J. DEMPS

The hunt wits made In the hammock (ortloiin of her body IVuit miss the bout Mhnof the

on Newnuii'M ako.. and the patty HUCc .\ rs. lucks burned her hand badly I son.

--THEMYSTIC -- .*oded early lit the 'morning In "Juinp- In the meantime. l>r. Mori tin *'au* to..a't

Ing" u big rut After n chase of about Hummoiiod Immoill.itoty and had nil Babies' Branch Entertainment. New and SecondHandFURNITURE

two and u half hours the cut wan |I'c'l\*lh1o done to relievo :\l rut. Jolly! who The annual entertainment for the

4 RANGE killed U ntlll critically III from the effect. I.lttlo Mtlrs.| the '.ahh'", branch of
Mr. ItouI Mitten that ho IH from second laughter Mr. stud
\\are This In the [ : the Junior Au\lllar of the Holy:

feats] and Is regarded a* rather. a :Mrs. I). Hicks hale had burned an nil Trinity l'hllft'h.US held nt the rectory'yeslertlay
good innrkman. but thAt Sheriff Fennoil will remember>> the situ. burning of their E
afternoon at 3: o'('lock. j Kuniitun-: .' I
who klfletl this cat. niiido one of autlful young daughter MU Lola,
Tho entertainment eras well attend :,I <1< ;
Is No Experiment- the prettiest shots he o\er saw, us the ten years ago In the same hnu* They Pa.'nwnt-1.-:
od. all the babies of the church toting!
annlniul I was killed through .under have the sympathy of all" :Made to On lora t :
present' There was a Christmas, tree
i4t. t
brush at a great nd\ant.iKo J: Specialty. *; ,
TRIED and - TRUE What's and many prevent woro "'r'.1., after mission.
which detlKhtful llKht r.'fr"Mhuwlltll
e Weston to Make a Change. Worth doing Is worth doing well." If
were sortedIn
t Rooms HI Cone
K: M: Wovtoii. who linn for the i.nllt you wish to bft cured of Rheumatism Storage
\\.1..1\-I wind' them 'Hint& V'nrsanti 11; I
I Mallard's Snow Liniment and you at I K l know what t14'. HITBACKED | few ntiiittliB boon etllcleutly tilling\ the<< use the Mayor's Court.nrguret .
po it len tif billing clerk) In the freight will be "well cured. A posltlvw Fire 22.1 W. lain !M. ::0-., f.aln.1, '11''.
I Neuralglil. Ilrulls.<< Contracted :' Clay and "'/tllnl.- Joiner
I for Sprains
i itiT'irtmciit' of the onl oiml Air l.lnor.illioiil I
s two *!<>r.fI wntm-n. W TO
BY A GUARANTEE has totuliTttl) huts roKlKiiHtltni.tho Muscles and all the Ills that : arraigned
nt I raiito tt> take effect( tin the till flesh Is heir to. A. G. )I. Will Urn*. I In th- UIl.lllrll..1! court Sturd.imorn" ,

as strong as D I |"r.i\ I to will |he' Kiirrcodtt) to y" \to. .'" -:3.ota, Texas writes: "1 hue ued ,'i IIIK iii-oii a charge of dl"'TlI.'rl" ron
1 for sprained ankleand duct. sad were fln -.t $5 and routeach I II CA
Liniment ROYAL
GOVERNMENT BONDS.lsllral N M-lf>'. <>tn> |H nUu u K HH| rallrtutd Snow THE
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bout of natlftfactlnnnlways I I : .
Stockert
the MurnirTM
; until anti who well no doubt proto n It gav* alwi\ arrai ne.|
I It In the hou... :Sold > .u.i.i-v: netl I
.111..1010. ro|>r>< eetattte 11 f the coiuMII kop : iiH n a charge of ricrlr cotxlnct

M.il g | > H liit>-roxttt' II by W M John on. and ho WM r.>qulrn| to |.n: it flue of I. "- Cnles "l.. lial".t 1
\ t I. r. I (.dioiivo : 1 .
U l I" uiitliTHtiMMl that :Mr \\" '-itnii Jl< and tte triuintings."
,..... un.l
(\.truc t 1 I. hittt.l'.
a f.orf.Ht I uVTHiRTY will bo cuiinocttsl with the .:.1.111.1 Al' tinev..r.' ,,,,Id.i MEALS AT ALL HOURS

:MauufACttirltiK iV>uiKiit| *' In th' CMpHclty -- 1f'iC1Ir.lr I'ur
RaUU
FOR SALE i i j Vyeeiai
. ... PECAN JREES
of lMH k k > twrMillion Patted Examination( Successfully.
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DAYS' FREE TRIAL -- -
James Iv.nahur. New Prttaln. Conn. l QUICK LUNCHES A SPECU
Knot **lUat*. ry ', 1 .11.1..1.l lSVO of bottle of .'01.,,.'* honey'' nifttnl t'e'e'ul'1'tlt'a or writes' "I tried several kidney re meUoi I

M MH'J I. Mtlil .nj Tar have keen ..old without any''' tho. fainoii"Van IV- and wa t- t'.f !.r our bet phyIclans ; (:.\'It: I tteKF

TC""I'r In".t ,; .1 1t4t person errr haTtnic e,TlvHced *uy''! inaii" Nut Youni for dUt. ., : nut did not 1m- lit;ti'Tl IS'"

iou,. other than nrflcl.t1 results from It* prove until I took Poley.
\Oinr- Kldl'llPTl'urto"
uf
Ii IiU.4C' tr 'os lu'althy. :
.v for coughs colds and lung trtni1Mo tock Call nil After the second bottle I show. J t ted OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE
(>u>* or :
.. Is because the genuine
This : Improvement and flue bottles cured '!
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GAINESVILLE FUR HI I. FoUy's honey and Tar In the yellow writo for prico m. completely. 1 have sine passed If hares ...sii
you
package contain no opiate or other I'a rtcU examlnaUou for life lusuranc*.** Irole"'s thin*" to rat you :
TORE COMPANY harmful drupe Ouard your health by I MILO A. BKXXK1TR. I Kidney Cur cure backache j .pf"Miw at II'! plat.ZZEN..

refusing any but the cnuln J. IV.1Ic1'ullutu F. Nsj. 1. Ga'III 411I. Fb. and all forms of kidaey and bladder j A. gXL'u.

A Co. trouble. JV McCollum A Co. '.

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GRESSMAN; CLARKIS I Shooting Affray Follow Attempt to


STILL ACTIVE UEATERS Smltlisboro.Loot Railway Ills. DecSIn Depot.: a p *. Keeps Frost

tol battle following the robbery I the -j

-- - _. Vandalla passenger!; depot h'ret'arb Oil WindowsDon't

Refunded Friday one of the robbers was *bo:
Having
fitter of E several times! and Oscar Drown city
Cotton. Our Storo Is Headquarters you didike to leave the
on
Collected of wounded
; marshal S-'r nto. Ills., was
Tales living and undress
for Stoves. t "ce.not warm room in
a cold bedroom where the frost is
RESOLUTION n'en areIn a \serious! condi
_
,ESEN-rs A_ tlon. The companion of the wounded" p 'i" !,Ir thick on the windows? No needto

the robber was arrested and locked up at any longer-a
for
Is9 i t" Bin+ Providing Heaters to Burn Greenville 111. four miles away,
Illegallyaottan
nd of Money Collected where his comrade was, also locked up PERFECTIONOil

Tax From the Grower. after being given medical treatment. in JUv

Oil, Wood and CoalIf ?

tM gcuth.s Admiral Dewey 70 Years of Age.WatMngton. Heater .
to ac-
full determination Doc. 23.-Admlrai :

fIh It energy counta George Dewey was 70 years of age
pari.oe r
;
bls tho BEST
want
with Smokeless Device ,
Frank you (Equipped ) ,
th'r.s. Congressman Thursday. He is In splendid health

"VtJie :*: cond District has f* get the famous "LILY and robust in ph'elque. As Is iris make any cold room cheerful hand ,

GP tle! bill recently Introduced OAK for your hall, par- custom, he spent the morning at his cozy in a trice and keep k sat
for the refunding office, with the exception of an hour It has smokeless device-that
to, provide a
ttm! cotton lor' or bed-room. Perfectin when he attended a meeting of the .
collected on afterwards D means no smoke-no smefl-no ,
period and Naval Relief association of which hrU -lsl..Ltlt: '
war and for a construction, com- 2Q 0.t bother-just direct intense heat. ''
pre.itient.umemus I officers of
i
bustion of gases from soft the Finished in japan and nickel .
navy and army and other friends '
issue
STpublined in a recent Brass font holds 4 quarts burns
1", which was referred tocommlttt't' coal ; has more heating surface I caked? on him at hU office and later 9KourvEasily carv -
bill In toto I at iris home.
on claims and follow- than any Heater made ; tied about. Every

Clark pre- heater warranted.
ey Tbill Congressman heavy cast bowl and steel Little Brown Jug on the Move.

t!e 'oowlng!! resolution: Columbus Oa. DeDc. 23.-The appearance -

t60lvt'd, That the Secretary of body-almost impossible to of the express ofUces and The..p Lamp is uneq"

treAsUry of the United States be, burn out ; top and bottom the trains leaving Columbus this week' for its brilliant. _ _ _
directed to send to indicate that the little brown jug really
be Is hereby draft doors to regulate the steady light simple construction and absolute s
poise, ot Representatives! at the and truly has the travel bug. as safety. Equipped with the best central draft '.

-possible day"the following Injon. heat ; nickeled footrail and it has been poetically expressed. The burner. Made of brass nickel plated. Every .:

namely trimmings. shipments of liquor out of Columbus lamp warranted. If your dealer does not handle -
to towns' and villages In west and
_, -\ detailed statement showing the Rayo Lamp or Perfection Oif Heater write
south Georp-la;! are the heaviest ever
collected by the nearest for descriptive circular.
of money our agency
amount known, and It is expected that they
ot the United States Baird Hardware Comp'yfancy STANDARD OIL COMPANYABSTRACT
meat I will increase each day until Dece. f
and by Ortue of the Act of 31 Is reached. tlaess.......) f

1SC2. which lev- '
0: nf lulu let
\
Ittai cf rme-half of one cent per Costly Fire at San Francisco.San .
Is still in request and very ----- - - -- ----- ----- -- -- -
ott cotton. paid statement to Francisco, Dec. 28.-Fire destroyed
scarce. Most of the sales are for for
the amount collected In each nearly the entire block bounded

and Territory of the Unitedand eign accounts. American mills have bH aIn. Jessie, First and, Second & REALTY COMPANY
been slow In filling their requirements
here possible, the names streets early Thursday morning.
owing mainly to the persistenceof
factories
Several ami
| ft* persons firms and corporafrom Mores were burned
whom collected in each Inconvenient financial conditions. out and the loss will mount to I II naaz-pc x _t_d1

and Territory and the amount Meanwhile the small proportion of more than $2'V' )..000.fOFt of the E. E. VOYLE MQ-R.

high grades is being rapidly depleted. bulldlae! de.trojed were only tm
from each of such persons A.bitrafli of Title and full information furnished regarding lands la th
The following prices are based on affairs. that the loss
porary FO was "
and corporations. ftoQat Oar manager has lived ID this eonntr thirty year and
detailed statement show- factors' quotations and, are revised, principally In stocks carried by the fa thoroughly conversant with land title*.
ad-A
weekly on Fridays: firms Involved.
amount of collected\ by
|the money Fancy Floridas<<; . . . . 29 @30
reraent of the United Statesand EJ. V
GoT cLE
Fancy Georgfas , . . . . 28 by virtue of the Act of
Extra choice Georglus. . 21 25: KIRK, ACCIDENT. HUKOlvARY
of March' ';th, 1864. which often hears the expression. "My AND INDEMNITY I INHrKANOK.' Repre-
Choice Ga's. and Fla's. 20 child caught a severe cold which developed seating i> numJ.rr of prominent American' and Jorl ch.h companies. '
tax of two cents pound
a per RKAL;
Ex. fine Ga's. and Fla's. . 17 <(Q18 into dlptherla." when the KSTATK AND OITV I.OANH
cotton rata: ,) statement to show thet Ga. .
:c..eBVl..J.E'" .
Fine Ga's. end Fla's. . It; f..P"l 0"11 ri A
c"t'd! in each State and t? th was that the cold had simply --- --- t
Common; Go's. and F1a',.. ,14 QJ 15: left the little one particularly susceptible --- --- -- : -
>f the United States and. ,
posLl'!Me the names of the per- to the wandering diphtheria germ.
l
!flrrrami corporations! from "Parvln Almost a Poet When Chamberlain's Cough RemedyIs I ,4

i collected in each State and Ter- Lee Marvin, who is here hearaldluK given it quickly cures the cold and

and the amount collected from the coming of the well-known lleggar lessens the danger of diphtheria or ) If You Are Insured. .

of i I Prince Company who their any other germ disease being con
i trt> ;'ms firms, and corM Opera open
c annual engagement here Tuesday tracted. For sale by all druggists.

.\ railed statement show- evening December 31st, sat himself :u a Company that i. H..IfI.,1I1., liner| n Pulley 'c.rrnctly: l
tI Writtrnuti LiU-mlit) of Polmj Cuuimut. grail UH
Onion at a Djrgaln.Now OIIlI'"J
@r ai .nit of money collected down on a cheese box yesterday afternoon l.u..C' .
Pays i'rumpily
York, !>."< 2X onions acro 1 y
/
the C.< rnn, ,'nt of the United and wrotu the following :
In NYork T'IIIr:
sold at a bariPtn 1
> 'I! l h'Irtu" of thef
I wandered 'round the city, Tom Th. chief of the seizure rlI'.1
f ''t July 13. 1S66.j day. You Are Assured
To take in all the 1ihb-! Kion of the cmtom ho.ne! auctioned tIC' =
i
tax of three
cents
perr Stayed out till half-past eight o'clock 4,473 !xu.t" cf SpanVh 'inU-ns whl '"

Xl cotton said statement to Watching electric lights; arrived w the *t >am< r IZurt-ka and on I hat no serious loss can 09..roumr you without you hare some 4 '

th ant collected in each And then I saw an "opera" billed which the consignee refused to pa': 4 reluje, e
1'1 T rriturx of
the
United
'Twas called the "llfggur Prince"It $<%*<) due The srar.i-'h onions ordinarily 'P

., if at.t'n'r'' .., ,.in--, firma possible, and, cor-the And was lye the best seen I none ever better saw since.I bushel but sell these at from only! :30 brought to $1.10 from a ; Fire Life Accident and health lusuraoce. ;

whom collected in realized
11 to 13 r *.nte. the tf 'al! amount ,

gut urd. 1 Territory and the They used! to call it singing: Tom. brlnir I4W.7O. only! a little: over
None: Keltwblr. COIIII', '.. H..t..d.
t 4 bul *"
t. 'I
from each of such of the duty.
s, r,. I Was what 1 aim to say half of t .e amount w
arid!
corporations.& hut they've got another name - -
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TA's r MiU'd statement hown They know It b- today That's t-I I ;I ) I
G' A. 2WI.: CU.HMAN x'
.rni >y collected by It's "comic opera" now Turn. Cough; yourself Into a fit of spasms .

6. ,.r the Unltfd States And It's worth while and then wonder don't
nay your why you Ret ..
UAlNKhVII,
) Inforn.avUm ehu rfully farm.hrd. ; I.K FLOlt>AI".I' ,
' .. f '" of the ...,\ct of To hear this Beggar Prince troupe well." If you will only try a bottle of _

-' 1*>*>". which lev- And watch those girlies smile. Mallard's Horehound Syrup your'l' 3
I ""I' '' "I".I" '"'
iud one-half (,t>nts'al.1 cough will be a thing of the pant. It''
y'' Now Gainesville, ban Kaln..1 ', - - - --- -- -
statement to nevergreat I 1:1 a positive cure for Coughs. Innu4>n. '

,.11.'tf'.1 In each I renoun, za. Bronchitis and all Pulmonary dis -

'- ..f the United In fact it',; a modest sort of a tow" n; eases. One bottle will convince you-

---ible, the names Nine or ten thousand-nomethinK like at your druggist's 23c.: :oc. 100. Sold
. FaySholesTypewriter
' i I. and corpora-' that- by \\'. M. Johnson. t

r..II.Tted In each T }()' its not hard to find upon the
.
nod I the amount map; Boy Remembered, by Present .

',' such, persons Yet everyone here will KO: home Oiled "'or(' 'u..r. Ma(! s. : ., :21: -- Pr<-;' {

T a: '. r.- with Joy dent Rf..K*>TH has .r 0 'r !v-t(.r an.: JI .: f1
: '
.' '"'iniMeto detailed Who hear the Iteggar"' Prince Op#'r.Company .& $10 Mil tn Jar-b Kr r1 a 'I 'r-

c sing, boy. in return f s fh'l I.f- N
each and my oMor.
everyr
.f . .UK\OW: : I.':Uto'U:
JUt ..!.'rh >v'' boy .. 'f) t'e f' .t
r.itffl i
.. -" under State the said ton For ten long years they have been on d-nt T?:<- ;oft ,..,I-. .,:.. of a . .f r TilE IIKVTmmti :

' the hike. Oar r!.rat...l ...!tb .. phou'" r "n llt1'Hi':\E: <):\ rilE XIAHKKTII '
July 1. 1862; Hiding by day-playing at night ; '.. ,
'Yoe
f'
n. 1S lr.; ; and They've plated all the big un.m. and which> n--rlran I 1-.11_'esle.a rrol! :''n s whim I : a H Tabulator
T C Particulars of ( [ KEYBOARD i
ONv
sometimes a "punk" -
naic:"" of the" pr--.l c amount old In And make theJon ...t .kind of a : ..ry ZZSlilClllltf.Ltghtf.t .

nTz't f'lalmt'fI'a.. due Jump-
Arrested Embzz'rne"t' Char
on
<'i!z.-l from each To get Into Galnt's"llIobut It Mil York. I"-e :* On conaft: : i ?
.,1.' dl"|o.ltlon of I New : hhift L trht-.t Kurtn+ncf Tit.
surely be queer of the New J 'r."y ion f' meopan' (I.
-h..ro- the (Tampion t J-* 'l Wnl-r. of lh. World
j.ro- If its not the best wn have ever bad rinton. N J Nap .' i It 1)nO.I!:

kf .1 I Amount claimed here. I I -a-a. arrested and par ''uS.! .. Morrf "C.. the ...,.rih<<.I 1e. M..,. Kay.Hhol.. Ina
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rtimiilbl. the town JJ .trf..j wlo i .* em-! .* \I.. '>.ln..Till. than any othr maehln,

Jr firm, and cor- PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. I' trent ef I":!'. "') was: "mpU .

Cotton or had PAZO OINTMENT !Is guaranteed to >u d .* a b ....i : -..ft r-.n.-; .

.. ."Id fo, pay tales cure any CA of itching fJllnd. Bled- ny and was arr '..,i A a '..niTt f f s'i j i . For Sa Llu! h} . . ''

reontt log or Protruding Pile In 6 to 11 daysor examinatIon! cf hit W t a at ilia bowel;

motley refund S')c. la. N- rfotktftVaComb R. C. DAVIS & CO. Jacksonville Fla.

.,,*l Cotton. -- -.,- .. .. ___..____ ,
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S, .'mb'-r 2*.Early
It TOUT cotnv line s awry the story .
was a <
k, '*-d fair demand Out it? fiends badly. The story we UU I.pksnatme. .

d, Fancy wag ftrm.a. wory of Arr Half

easy, but quota- s...r 1 ale atH -*- .14 ,..., VI,.,. Prolllpctp awns f allisg bats.sins.adlrtr THE DAILY SUN lOc a ar' a.Weet
V 'leaky unchaaced. ..hw1.1g.'sCllr tYlgan -e asys daatdnf.ttseN ... why

was quiet b<4 Itti rt.tl..e h leerDoes ...s+.)st'". ... 'e. 0... ,


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:':"ATE' Fui. Men Shop Imp: 'Laid at Off for Southern a W .k.Pad Co; 11tf -


sty NEVS IN BRIEF I Iwill Thisis shops ployed New here by Orleans the announced Southern:>:e.c. Thursday Pacific 2S,-Men railroad nlgat em '


is the trade- that they bad been laid off for ona '
"
j' g week. About COO men are emp'oyed: A \
.-_--- whichis
mark .
------------- at these shops.In \
soon have the pleas-'' cessary to reduce the force after the > the absence of their superior officials ffi'1 \ 1
< on every those In Immediate: charge of Pl' '''
for
sing electric lights herd first of January. Instead of Increasing < .,
dwellings. 'It. genuinebottle tie hops, would not talk abbot: the re- ,
ported shut down. _.._"
; Robt. Shields of DeLand was seriously "' A
Workmen at the Texas and Paclftcralroa..l
Fjarge touring cars have been Injured last week while riding of
200
by the Tampa Day Hotel for horseback on Ohio avenue. While Mr. i men, claimed shops they numbering had been about notified THE SUREST WAY TO

;ore of the guests. Shields was riding a large pine tree I I Scott's Emulsion that their hours of work would be cut

which was being felled by workmen from eight! to eeven dally. No offl.; FOOL A PICKPOCKETIs
ito line baa been :established struck him. throwing him toO' the eial confirmation was obtained. .
u Cocoanut Grove ,and Little ground, breaking one of his leg!,and old in nearly all the countries of -

rhlcb la sa dTto be doing a rushtness. causing other Injuries. He will?'recover the world. Nothing equals it to A Home Happy by Chamber- to 'carry a check-book.

-'-->&:,..-- however. build up the weak and wasted i Don't "wa.V
bodies of and old. lain's Cough Remedy. carry your
1. .. L toptball team of Jack- young
girl around with it
months baby
-' About two ago our you- nmy get
.nay. completed arrangements DeWitt T. Gray of Jacksonville baa All 0......... 15Oe. .... .-00. had measles which settled on her lost stolen.
me to be 'played in Charles. been appointed by Gov. Hroward to be lungs and at last resulted la a severe or Hank your

lew' Tear's. ,day. county solicitor of the criminal courtof attack of bronchitis. 'VA had two money and check it out as require -
t.I -_ record of Duval county vice William -
relief obtained.
doctors but no was Nothing like
.uller. the German, defeated J. Bryan resigned. Mr. Gray Is the handling of Florida's cotton crop. Everybody thought she would die. I paying

rlea Leonhardt In a catch- a talented young man and has frequently The Hoard of Trade believes that went to eight different stores to find your bills by check ; it gi\ t-s

wi'estllng- match In Jack. actpd as county solicitor. "lie Jacksonville should be the port from a certain remedy which had .been you a receipt every time.
rchrlstznaa' night. l Is thoroughly conversant with the which the long staple cotton of this recommended to me and failed to getIt.

'31. rx. duties of the* office State should be exported when one of the storekeepers insisted Open an account with u-: :

City la to have a Coca-Cola that I try Chamberlain's Cough it will teach you economy

>*.: T. )i. Clark of Ma- L. II. Belk of Uradentown has on The Christmas tree for the city's Remedy. I did so and our baby Is credit and
itabllsh the business In that exhibition sixteen well-developed tomatoes poor by the Salvation Army of Jack. alive and well today.-Geo. W. help your proh..tyour"fun

bust-the In one bunch that weighs nine sonville brought a new delight to more Spencer Holly Springs N. C. For sale s against robbery
If pounds. This is a new variety that he than one hundred children of Jack by all druggists. '

has discovered, but be had no Idea sonville. It had been arranged by the

... lllesple, the negro who l Is ac- of even raising such a marvelous lot Army to give al) lair of new shoes to Rooms Reserved for Convention.:
. havlng shot, and killed Frank of full-grown! fruit. Mr. Helk reports every child present and the work of eDnver. Colo.. Dec. 2S-The headquarters The Dutton Bank

'near Pelllcan Creek recently, eighty crates from the first picking ,fitting ail the little feet proved quite of the democratic national

'captured and carried to St. from a one-acre patch. a difficult tank. It was accomplished, convention will be at the Drown PAlace ... GAINESVILLE FLORIDA.

ae 'and turned over to Sheriff nowever. and In addition some: little hotel, which has received a request

.,.*.' Within a week or ten days at the gifts for every child prpst'lIt.was* from Chairman Taggart of the oom-

Lewis the State prison In- outside trains will be running across forthcoming. When the hall had tbe convention to reserve Illls figttTAOmittee. of

'reports: the convict camps In the Immense concrete viaduct at Long closed and the little army of the poor through Secretary fifty additional -
convention, to reserve
>\count In excellent condl- Key and thence across the keys to filed -out into the outer world again the besides those already ARE

that the convicts are all Knight's Key. from which the P. & O. all hearts were happy. made rooms the other hotel will r-ns 14
are
'; S. S. Co. expects to begin operating Its
|;good health, being properlyin reserved. As soon as these res-
eVery way. Key West and Havana mall steamers Two negroes had a dlT>ut<' about ervaUons are made the other hotels I

\;... early next mouth connections from some shoes Christmas night In Cook's will begin to make reservations for
amittee of management of the mainland being; made by rail. livery stable at Tampa which resulted the convention.

Way Y. M. C. A. arc makings In Jim Jackson, who was drunk
i for the formal opening; James R. Curry Sr.. of St. Petersburg stabbing another negro In the backas Children's

alflcent building In St. celebrated his seventy-fourth the latter had his ear glued to a Favorite tonic Is White's Cream Ver O

i recently erected by II. M.p birthday Friday. Mr. Curry la, still telephone listening to a covorsatlon. mifuge, the cure for worms and all s1The

\ ;January 10th will be the date In vigorous health and expects to celrv Three stitches were taken In the children's diseases. It not only kills

opening. brats many more birthdays. lie moved wound by Dr. Anderson. Jackson the worms, but removes the mucous

.r. ----- to KeyVest Jn 1840, when the population was turned over to a pattolmaii. The and slime In which they build their Pen is MightierThan

'.Jacobs, one of Jacksonville's of that city was less than 1,000. prisoner admitted having; done the nests. Its action on the child la mild

id most highly respected cltl- lie In probably one of the oldest settlers stabbing;, but declared he had doneIt and leaves him In a healthy condition

Wednesday night after a and tells many interesting; storiesof In self-defense, other negroes having Joe Daniel. Surmac Tenn.. says that a fire-engine when your

br*t severe* Illness. Ills death the early history of Kt.Y.P8t.. cut him and boat him with a club. he gave one of his children White's becau-e
; hou&o is i lire
; on :: it instantly
E.:sincerely. regretted; by his lie had no testimony to substantiate Cream Vermifuge when the doctor

lends In_ Jacksonville nnd The Florida West Coast Company his! story He was sent to J.he stockade thought it had colic, and from the first t-ecuren tho entire vaiu

It the State. tins piiuJiaxed the steamer Vnndalla for 30 days.Passenger dose the child passed seventythreeworms.
'f;" to make dally connections from St. Sold by W. M. Johnson. of your honie-that isvh. n

Petersburg to Tampa. Thn boat will
order of the city council of T..nmc.tRII ..jotE'r NV. J. your name: i penned 1 upon a
bo l run on n two-niid-one-half Judge Jones Injured.
V n the city clerk, attorney, Hthedtile to Tampa nnd will tie up lit i Craig and General Passenger Agent /Montgomery, Ala Dec. 2STTomna ,-Juct-' strong policy for
id tax collector must he In T e.Vhlte of the Atlantic Coast Line,
Ht. Petersburg for the night, which O. Jones of the t'nltr:
Ices from 9 to 12 u. m. and I while in Jacksonville the other day
States r-urt, rvaa rilnfully Nut by
will I give the people of Ht. Petersburg Fire Insurancein
; m. Failure to keep such i that did not think that the
I n limit on deninud for excurNlonn.Muny : said they a fall from a oar mar his howun
rill be deemed contempt of recent1'all utret-t and the condition and
, tlurry Ttursdny nlcht litktrpped off
moonlight rides on the bay will .
,
the Irrt ofe uii4H.T Winti
i tii '
loll and subject the utllcer to iif the money market would lot his f ix)in'g In t-f dark IPssh | x
I. be planned.A > are c|>l<'ixlul ails to pig} )hlu./.t.> i li i It
i. In the' least nfrert the tourist travelto "tililej: Is bpratn.*d. and l he will be
lady rettldlng on Third street In about jour In line? If not in t>.If..t) '
Jackronvllle has Florida this winter. They anticipate laid up for cnveril Uaj" The erne
... Sebring of Jacksonville watt HandtuigKed: by a airr.t 'vc .,'t4" taw, 3tf5e will nt om-e ill",,"' it on r,"nit '. '
of und urn preparing for the heaviest rf :the rAf'-t" ;
era that reckless driving negro robber Monday night uln>ut Gao: !line (rom jou THINK
Jit'lue Joi.e-
: In 'ourt.
penal:
travel of tourists to Florida this are g
lies on the streets must stop. U clock. The lady had I Just gotten off ------ .. --
I: given the order," said the winter on recordMr. Craig says
the street C'ar'nn Main street and had and" Public Speaker Interrupted.
,and 1 am going; to see that It started west when she was attackedlieforw that many of New York's the
Public speakers are frequently interrupted -
will Kant's wealthiest families whose custom -
out. nnd no exceptions:
She
latura Mreot.
reaching
matter how rich and In- heretofore was to visit Europewill : by people coughing. This NBt+
no
.
knocked to the ground and therobber 4iJIV1:
war uF1QUll.
thin winter come to Florida. In would not happen If Fuloy's Honey
he.l
>'the person may grnbbtHl for her handling, but order that they may be closer homo i iTh..y and Tar were taken: as It cur coughs
before lie could get It, HHxItitaiioereaelKMl and cold and prevents pneumoniaand Office In
also! ox|!ert heavy travel from
in Victor Cu Hon, ItMnt Coin- her, being iitttacted by her the West. consumption. The genuine contains The Gainesville National Bank Btdfl
it Artillery made nn unsuo- .ncreams.Hh .
and is In - -
------ - - no opiates a yellow - - ---- -- -- -
ttempt. at suicide last HaturCey \ "rln Van Pelt has returned to When to Co Horn package. J. McCollum: & Co

West t'lixson has been 1''I"onrulIrrUlii .:1 1'\loU Texii, "with From The flltiffton Ind.) Panner: t CAPUDINECURES

...ICh for sometime i\1,1 l was nut Lila. man Tarn for whom he wt'nlu..n" "When tired out. go home. When yon May Lese M ig'1t.
|:. 'drinking heavily Huturdiiv. a wurraut charging wife deser- Montt'Ji..i A.a l.i. y. r
hom.Vbt'n
consolation you
want ( go COLDS
his throat ucronH. Indicting Linn For over two weeks the sheriff rhiM>tn4! fl\' or\-: ; 11' !':.'. ; . t' J
'but not serious wotind" of to want fun go; hOD1t".hp.n )ou want A. Stoker ha I I 114 >''. o Y i ':.' ;. '11 "I,t and G RI P Pit Remo"..
all get
has! tried manner ways
to how others that you have reform Cau...
; ..
by an'xJl' >il> a of a .nt r: tHe : a&cr:
him luiek The sheriff' states 11+111Varn's ed. go home and let your family get Relieves the aches<< and feverishness
:Sheriff W. C. Oeas of Tnmpu lawyers tried to bribe him andthat at"qIlRlnhwith the lact..ht'n vouwant way lose hU slkbt cntr.y. c-w. Me...taeWde

killed Charley Htrong, n lull lug: fllll.1"nrn nU't him onlie ben .
( I to show yourself" nt your go --- -
o had threatened his life. I(( train a* he wan leaving Kl Paso homn and do the act there. When )-0\1 I > ."
s standing the hallway of I and udvlned hint! not to return to i iT..uf feel like being; extra liberal go home

kdquarters when leas .t"I" for him! and practice on your wife! and children

a carriage Into the doorway first.Vhen you want to shin with I s

.close! range fired three" shots An effort I.* IM-M| ; made b>' the extra brilliancy go home and light up

causing almost instant ItiKird of Trade of Jacksonville, to *eruro the whole household:. To which we i

the location of central warehouse "would add when you have a bad cold I:

rida Kant Count has an for long 111.1,1.- cotton A comintttee .KO homo and take Cbamb rlatus

New York advertising. for han l eii a|>|M>lnte
to work on the Kant C-ut tain If the Seaboard rnl1nvIII certain For sale by nil druggists.
l 1 i
i,after the first of January a WHrvhoune for the "t'ri%IIt.. of this -
I!I
..a any Intention stop theXIII.bt. cotton and whether or not. there ran Commits SuIcide In Jail.
I HAS BEEN MADE
A SPECIAL
'. Key It would b,' ne- bo e.!tabllshed ;v, t'"lIulI market for lies Moines, Iowa [)ope. 25--3. C.

--. -.- . l'a;D. convicted aiurd.rr of Charles
I II. Morris. a wealthy mln owner. l'
committed suicide In the eonnty fall

FOR "BABY'S" XMAS GIFT here Into Thursday hU cell sail He smuggled cut. lib throat a rator ; UNITED STATES DEPOSITORYI

,
from ear to ear Cain was waiting I

H l baby" \I. at lust tmlerlu.I> \\'H'U all (uhlgs loll" allko ) s' tran.p .rtstktr. to the state I'rlfcnt I
lioiM l I.. fMr "ful I"1\ >r .ur*'' that A ring or.lr.| .M or lOB,""', ( IIIIU .a..f;+ "11.>.." of all hers..sin-tr Hinter jew entcnc-j to .!'fe Im:>rboomt'ce... I I I P. S. -- I U".m--i. satisfactorily
;
..dry, .n.1 l if ) .. that will wrve tar Iron t'i,., ,'r..l1t. to tl,,' gnivt ainl Mill. ; in aU other. wav*.
{IM "|>un. K.lit l eome hi'''' U. H tlw ....rt yon will 1\.... anal For Ov.r Sixty. Y.an I, '

we uliow Haiti with" nod l |.."*." inhOI.lI: > 51" U I Mr*. Wlnclow's, Soothing Syrup ball
JUI.I n.\"" KIMi:' 'from P .
been used for ('children' t. tblng. It I, \

soothes the child softens Ue pm'l I I

A LC. SMITH. Gainesville, Ra.'n. .- I allays all pain (-tree wind colic and I II
la the best remedy for dSan"t. **. J.!


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THE LATE STEPHEN R. MALLORY.Not he thought was wrong he would not

do, whatever the loss; what he deem 1

i 'ltn: only has Florida lost what in cd demanded by right he would du

tf hard to replace but American public whatever the cojt.: and. too, no man z WOMEN WHO SUFFER :

CHawrl2e.ru., lIfe! has suffered a loss that few men is of record a.. aging that Stephen It

,$gFat 1
soul and mind to repair. and clt: n (it his dealings"

Editor ard pobltber.taC.ltit The concensus of opinion of men I To have krtov 'n such a man. 10 Sick Headache I'

... ...CltT BJ or.TtlJEFHOWB who know both and of those who know such a man can nud actual

I 8Cg"2 t knew the father principally or entirely did make a distinct success of the
Coml'C'l'tDIrRooms. ,
,1 rrf cnpt by the traditions handed down by actual life in what we are too often SHOULD USE !

: ep1tll R RIOC1i. I those who} knew both is that the included to sneeringly: refer tn a- Zdb

t>irrIcI r"t s _ _ _ younger S. R. Mallory was the Intellectual ("practical politics" Is.to have the foun :
a
ii'
* every mornm*ex- superior of his father. The tains of optimism refilled !

girt lit:i published 1th-city.or II fonder of and I s!
drt.vered Dv earrivr elder was society more I Stepltcn R. Mallory taught all who

rlPd+y,part nt the Gaited States, postage brilliant, but tot clearer nor sounder; i knew him all who are willing to read
.ant f (
sr' n.weektrictly toJ.J more of an orator but not more of a the story of his life in falr-mlndeduesx" "

a? five logician. "" 1 I that a man can practice unsullied integrity n E R o I

The younger S. R. Mallory bad his and yet be an actual successI .

tptiests centsfor column each rocents additional a.line father's remarkable sense of Justice I And this U! a glory of Florida, and a

a aa' S which neither animosities nor the blessing greater than can be confined

.Jxerti.ingrn.de known on most devoted affection seemed to obi ;,Iby State lines or told In terms.-
tad>"i y For Permanent Relief
i scure. His sense of proportion and Pensacola Journal

fortjr value of facts in their relation jp each HUEINZ acts th. Llvsr. It will curs CON3TIPA.
..
eight page .
Uetk Sun W.n Monday and other was altogether exceptional and A GREAT MINE. TION. DTSI=?SIA. Mafan* 4NB GULLS. I* entire) free {..
l
F publal> all every the news of the while be did not shine in eloquence from all poisonous mineral ubstaoe**. and is oompo d solely ofLITtCITING ""
dcoctara lam pcially adapted for weak and weary
will be
bnl. state and general, of and the United his rhetoric was as nearly faultlessas The Whitehorse (Yukon) Star. of constitutions; strarurthsns ths wsaksnsd (lands and organs, it rh.cka a
free, to any r"t speakers' rhetoric Is apt to be, and all of
ye -ia advance.aberti.mg which H. J. White Is editor refers dsranff aments ths human body.
a
year
t f,aata,for fl oo there*was In all his speeches whether "
Ito the following as "hot air and says CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
due after first or impromptu in his conversation -
b.IU become prepared no old Yukoners ever met the Indians
: Mr*. Josls Cameron Central Avmxne. Tempi
adeertuement. unless not known otherwiseffa"contract to ua and in his writing from his :i mentioned: Texas writes: I dud HBKBXKBttre me quick

Parties In ad- earliest manhood a lucidity relief, and take pleasure in rscosnmsndlnf it to all
for advertising! "The of the Alaska-
to pay management "
jllirtd who mutttr lna sick haadachs. z
pana
THE DAILY SUN.G.ucssvwa. ness and trenchant exactness
add InCISive-I Yukon-Pacitlc Kxiuisitlon.: which will
FtA. use of the words needed to WITHIN THK RXACH Or ALL
be held In Seattle in 1)99.) proposes to

finer shadings of thought, reproduce' at the exposition several of rilty Cents A Bottle Arold All SobsUtnt
doN t''I\"s, Cricket PrewltfspaP" him more convincing than oratory and
'I the famous mines of the North that
ting has entered: upon Its more satisfying than any finery in dic- I'I made dozens of millionaires during Ballard Snow Liniment Co.St. .
the youngest editor
He is :
I year tion.There was nothing subtle about him : 1S98 and 1100* Hut the richest mine I Louis, U. S. A.
IB. StateL
that the North has will not be reproduced
---- but he subtle both In thought and a s _. S
I was a * s s sa ** *
for the :simple reason that no
local stores have been adver- in expression: and the privilege of his
white man has over seen it and livedto OLD AND KaCOMMUU ay ;
more w isly: more adequately Intimate acquaintance was to the Intelligent .
tell the tale, so says The Post.In.
year than they were last and they and receptive mind. an edu- telllgencer."In w. M_ JOa:I SC> '

and better stores as a result. cation.
bitter the" early days of the camp' a _.
-- -
--
jlfcrt is significant of your store. Ills manner was calm to the extent
certain tribe of Indians from the North
jerprise. for 1908recent that those who did not know him well] ESTHER 8V JORDAN. W. W. HAMPTON
arrived in Diwson for the first time k
were apt to mistake for coldness. A
To the astonishment of the few" that
continued rains have greater mistake could not well have
saw the new tribe every member had JORDAN & COMPANYINSURANCE
the [wople\ to make loud corn- been made; for not only was he not
several ornament carved from great
*t against the clay roads in this cold he was sensitive! and wartnhearte4though .
nuggets" of virgin gold. This tribe had
feo. Clay roads are..all right inrather his Intellectual poise and
never met th> white men before and
but when it rains for aburs his Iron will and masterly self-contro
to the breathless the tribesmen
Inquiries -
vehicles have to 'take to enabled him to conceal emotion with
told how near to where they lived
toodi There are more dry days singular completeness. Those who PORTER BIOCK QAINESVILLI3. FLORIDA
was n stream in which the yellow
act ones however knew him intimately know that he
metal could bo picked up in chunks as .rwl
was sensitive alike to approval and )

probability la that there will be auverse criticism. His appreciationof big as ones fist Nearby they Paid: Fire Life and Accident ::;,,Vd.e>i.nd. fr:
there cliff in which the metal
was a
It neighborhood' of sixteen candi- commendation, however never took _.__ ______ _____ -__-. ._ _. --. __
ht'rlf in this at the stood out like moss on a mountainside.
for : county
the fornijOf adulation, to swerve him

election! : Just why this particu- from his course as he saw it. for the I l"nrmmmmmmnmmm"mmmmnmmmmm"'lE Y.

afire! fhouM be so much sought sake of being commended and no. "Tho Indiana oon learned the value

II a <,uandr>' The Sun has been amount of adverse criticism If he of their ornaments and shrewdly refused : ESTABLISHED 1869
to tell where they got It. Nevertheless -
wi lv e erj man who has held foresaw it. could alter his line of action -

Jlltkt: that: there is not much when he felt that he was right. several prospectors tried to

ratlin( after paying deputies 'I No relative no friend, none to follow the tribe on the returu to the

,1I..r e,.,..ns(''J r northern village, but the wily rod men
!
whom he ever owned even the slightest H. F. BUTTON & CO.
I easily, ) succeeded" in losing, the lest E
debt of gratitude, found him at I
4' Erwin ot Lake City, a wellCateling any time less than kind and con sid. agile ptlefnco Since; then there have

boon several more (>r l">ss and
eale, "man. is the latest eratE.:0 E"nem'er had any Just secret

iwk into politics HP Mil be ato" cause to accuse: him of unfalrm. no always unsuccessful expeditions to DEALERS IN -

Bit fr, i-ilroad commissioner. find the gold of the Indlinx "
rival of trickery, no man of aught but
tr'ti! fiu: } to bo --.-_ -- -
very popular straight (clean open dealing: lie nb -

'9 r k: \\n and hs! friends say horred shams and pettiness I and while A few years ago the people! of

UPi -t evtrywhere. lie has he was not unkind to tho petty or the laloiKh.. N.: C. voted out th, tialoonn I Sea Island Cotton I
Yrer "
indulge( In the exciting The
Insincere ne had nothliiK-he could I and otstablithod a clllC'III.ary.,
.
: ...
kuiK but It is .
ex- have nothing-In common with them latter scents to have ] rov-n unsatisfactory
h.! ,
a rv a very formidable except courtesy If they t-o chose. however for last week the

vf r I ; T"'Jraph.l A man of lnt<'n!'!e feeling and absorbing otors, put the ponnrout of business GAIXKSVU.LK; .

affections but dl pis ilonntp-mlnd- the county win; fur prohibition

,h r. ',. d I that former United ed. he was not easy to understand I.y a majority: of Ton /JlIlt1111U1J 111U1I111J1i111 111111tU1Jl1UlU1JIlJj11 I111 WWjQI
t
t- innul I'asco will, --- he-- If did not know him well but to -- .-----.- ,
d: ' one - --- ---- __ - - -___ 0 __ -- .- -- .
thealoe.. otllco at the know him well was to know. In hit Tho much.lauded 'powr of the

I ho announces for and out of his that r
.'" presence prHpenr iresn" in never more usefully omplo
te 'lollars tn doughnuts his greatness of mind and soul were ,'d than in moisting a worthy store to t
thence of General Ed Influences and that to know
potent ,
I* ,, become a bigger toro. r.
'Ho
? will he broken. him was" privilege and a help at the SEABOARDAir
Gn a ___ _ ._ h - ---. .
l
not.t teen heard times when\ men's noul* falter and the r
I >''' d i.'t.
'
it for Ilallroadm
.
spirit faints
,
i 1 '*;
< but "Uncle
It H a common savh'K that men are WORMS
a* 'larr Line
4 for any Oflicet at their truest and their worst In their Railway
: ,
t'rng i : the General horn PH, ilsewhere: Stephen !t. Mallory .
llI "I write lolrt you know how>, I at-I reflate
'n.m again;; Into the commanded respect, and much your Cafccart 1 C'DlaI..D..rd t...Inor them
I..' SOY" Cer and t4 Ii lwr. 'rn"p4'r.' beaea j
more. In his home', It were a sterile and |>'a__'4 a lai. worrn l't to'n" Th"D I

!'* soul Indeed, that did not love _him, dav.! ,I Itorur SAVANNAH: COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN r"I
: ; :IK t a railroad line And yet wider and hlnhcr than anti over. th u..nd mall wf.nn lrrlou -1
lib k .tid to n y taking Cac.ret. I tlkli\ .'t know I hada
:
our ineaiiH per his JUFtI("... his Intellect, hiM Rentl tape-wurni I .!wars bAd a _n,all |.t..tltr." PINES, RALEIGH, RICHMOND, M
I J .\HO! but one 10<"0-- \\'v.I" HK4JVVIMFrarklla '>.
*b's' I ness his loyalty to friend and his vt. 'II"IJD. N. YOsaf f

**. .-. ,.T would lx wiser fairness to enemies, the great secret WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL. s1.F
u. than it would bemake of his life was his hltf'Jrlty.'hat for

t4 . for "btell arrows. I TN Oowels I ADELPIIIA. NEW YORK. .
NtJr- I
a atore or
$100 Reward. $100.
any kind "run,"
The readers of this paper will ho
money for advern sensor eantaat'ns r ,
i' .' pleased to learn that there U at J least
inch of 81J3C'e'
t u.
t :,. dreaded incase that science 4ia
|done
'r J pert newspaper I
*.: to devote it .. been able to euro In all stage, and Two Elegant Trains Daily: 'pr

a that Is catarrh. Halls! Catarrh Cure Pl.a ..... t al.... ..r-t Two e1..d Osp.
ban: It wouldclrcultrizliiR .... .!....., W..*.. *r ott.... IM. ... : r.end
S ,;. | Is the only positive euro now knownto I. balk.Msate Tb. e.aal..6t..v raw. ae.a.r. c:.":.. z. Ufla.a..d !

': of any sort. the medical fraternity Catarrh .s.u.c .--..y c...Catca .ac M.T. 94 SEABOARD EXPRESS

R- :-. 1 being a constitutional J disease. requlrei' AMHIAL TEll MHJJ6I MXEI SEABOARD

: wheelbarrows' a constitutional treatment. Hall'M Catarrh MAIL. .

Cure l Is taken Internally arting - -- .
would also be
t directly upon the Llood and mucous
"* when (
It come 7rr
PrtPrt : surfaces of the s.stem.ht"r..b, destroying -
'old A ton or soars -
the foundation of the disease. iv 2
might cost
.. .. and giving the patient strength by
r l Tat: amount Modern Pullman Equipment
building up the constitution and as-
*.-nr In a good I ttocutlto sun nvrgrl reI +
would be- wnrth lutinK nature In doing its work The .......

Brtr proprietor have so much faith In its V ALL Cr u T 3t
't-'r of operating
rae I{ curative power that they offer (Joe ...r..J yo..She/.SS.
It
would I I
not Hundred Dollar for any cass that It r" o.+* Mf*c**..t ha.( a I'U( aJ t y
a>1 builder" to d..-
arrows or cars as falls to cure. Send for hat of t*.t aaa Asa N.a..rf te7ctllDcr*""** line,S e For full Ivroroiatin ail r..J..per l r.e.r.atlotas sal!II! oo say Agent
Mi
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nyjnlal Address. !..board or wrU
t should i
not be
. F. J. CHENET A CO. Toledo. O.I r ,
ant to decide ben I L, C. EOYLb1U" Ja.. A.-ta." 0..1 ....... A.af.

P "w pjtf,.r advef. (I I Sold by all druggists 75c.. It jJ J.et.()."n.. ria.i .
Take Hall'i Family Pill for cooctipatloo. -
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,..YUTA,(, DARRACH. I I COOLED THE ADMIRAL.An I 'B1.Nmee: O.l.R: D 4DRS. CLYDE STE.Al\lISHXP: : CO.s.A.i3Linsros -----r. ;;


,rt:4": .., Philadelphia, When Answer For Which the High OfTiel ALDERMAN PEARCE
:iPlay yl l Eavesdropper Was Unprepared '

"favorite stories connected Going Into a port where the water

I.:.* Revolution H the tale of was very de?n-Ul > Janeiro I In-llevo- DEN TIS'1 S /

tarrach's patriotism which relate Captain 4\. T. Muhan. the chain

". i"others of similar Import has cables "got away." as the expression Office over Duttoa Co'.. Daal

credited by; the discriminatingNotwithstanding is. control WHit lost and shackle after Phone 280. Gainesville Fla.

\.. the cold I shackle tore out of the hawse hole*.
leaping and thumping rattling and
>wn upon the tradition It re-
roaring The aclmlrnl was ou dock at DmVERE B. MOKRIP
pular with al who know It. the moment and when the chain had DR. ,

where the famous eaves- been at last stopped and secured' be .r FO ca :: E.A.Cavv"EEK.
on the part of the said to the Bend for .
Quakeressie captain: "Alfred. . DENTIST . BETWEEN
9 is not so well known. the young mun In charge of those
,who have heard or read the chains and give him a good setting Jacksonville and New York

f ,Mrs. Darracb hardly need toed down. Auk him what be means by Calling at CHARLESTON 8. C.. both ways.
Office ,-3
over Marcus Ender Phone 7 rings
that she and her husband letting Much things happen." The officer
The Finest in the Coastwise
what was called the Loxley wan Kent for. and soon his questioning Steamship Service

:.'O ee at-the southeast corner of blue eyes apf>eured over the DR. ROBT. C. BOWERS. (Ulyde New England and Southern Lines
pock and Second streets. Little hatch coaming Alfred was a mild]

the thoroughfare which run.wtena person and clearly did not like bin Job. Freight Service Between .,JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
direction from Dock lie could not hate come up to the ad DENTIST PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points

:Second...,street. The groundtb miral's standard. The latter 'saw It Calling at Charleston both ways.
jboxley house stood and Intervene: "Perhaps you had better Of lee In Miller Law Exchange SEA -"VVEEe.L: S..A II.INO:: : f3

R Benjamin Lox I e1'. a leave It to me. I'll settle him/* Office Phone No. 243; Residence Ko. 186 Lewis'barf, Bamc n
1 carpenter who owned prac- Fixing his eyes on the offender be Northbound. . .. r .From Foot of Washington at.. Jaeknunvil e
'wnol. square In this vicinity said sternly: "What do you mean by

rjg Glymer In 17CO.and this H'Why lu blazes did not
: April. ;you B. ELLIS. JR. Clyde St. Johns River Linea.e"W'oen
:Tithe Louse was erected lin- i stop that chain?" The culprit lookingquietly T. .
J jfc.cce oiM>rit.LBJ and SA..N.II"ORD
at him
It was a speculation for replied simply, Tlow
ling to show that the own- In Mazes could I?" This was a shift Stopping at Palatka Astor Beresford (DeLand). and Int raj cl>k.te Landicgson
ATTORN 15 Y-AT-LAW.
ed there. of wind for which the admiral was 8t. Johns River.

,gained Its fame from its unprepared. lie was taken flat back. OAIKKSTILLB, FX.OBID Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE and "FRED'K DE BARY"are
%scade. which was unlike any- After a moment's hesitation be turnedto
appointed to tail fallows Leave JAC= : .
as : POSv1LLS dally
:0.: city, and from the the (' ptnln and said meekly t'xcepttaturdaJ"
anech yet /
_.__,- at 8:30 p. m. Returning leave &AKFOM, daily
: connects Mrs. Darracliplace. with evident consciousness of a checkmate .
indtys, st iQtOO a. m.
_except _
': The great preacherIs : "That's true. Alfred. How the ]BAKER MATIJESON & BAXTER.

said to' have addressed blazes could he?" ATTORNEYS-A TA W; b 'ddown. BCMKI> NSre"a; uUn<1.

Itltndes from the balcony on Leave 3:30 p. m. . . ... . . . . Jacksonville . . ... . . Due 5:00 a m.

: t sixth or seventh visit to this OBSERVANCE OF EASTER. . SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. Leave 9:00 p. m. . . . . . . . . Palatka. . . . . . . . Leave 10:00 p. m.
r'-1T68 or 17011),
Revolution had long since been Leave 3:00 a. m.. . . .. . . . . . .As tor.. . . . .. . ... .Leave 4:00: p. m.

most of the patriots In their Discrepancy Not Corrected Jn Computing the Date GAINESVILLE. Alaohua Co., FLA.Offlee Leave . . .. . . . . . . Oeresford (DeLand.Lea"e 1.001>.01.

'(before the taj* of Mrs. bard Until 1752. in Hal man. Block. Due 9:00 a. tu.. . . . .. . .. . .San ford. . . . .. . ... .Leave" 10:OOa.01.
The observance of Easter
adventure which Is bellevIY dates back Due 10:30: a. m. ... .. . .. . .. .Enterprise. . . . .. . . . Leave 10:30 a. m
to about the year ON. at which time
saved Washington and hUm FERDINAND BAYER
capture by the British, be- there was much contention among the Passenger and Ticket Office 122 West Bay Street Jacksonville.H. .
eastern and western churches as to ATTORNEY AT LAW
!. the first number of what day the festival should be ob- II. RAYMOND. Vice,President and General Manage. New York.

I;volume of the American Quar- served. It was finally ordained at the O.o\llfa.TILLa. FLORID. II. E. MAYNARD. F. T. It!. A. C. HAGERTY. (I. P. A.,
w. issued In March 1827.we .
. told for the first time council of Nice lu the year 325 that It Pier 36. N. R., New York Pier 36. N. R., New York

.'fa'credited to "Garden's Anew must he observed throughout the Christian Can cell you. aitj property, (Improved L. 8. SCRODLE. C. A.. F. M. IRONMONGER. A. O. P A.
the American volution." world on the saws day. This de- and ), phosphate Leesburg. Fla. Jacksonville Fla.
cia Ion nettled that Caster should be 'trucking and farming lands. Send hima '
or.of, the story In the Atnerrly LD. JONES T. F. A.. JOHN PENDREL. P. A.,
kept upon the Hunday first after the lint of what you offer for sae. 214?.
Review however, must fourteenth day of the first Jewish Jacksonville Fla. Pier 36, N. R. New York
access to Major Garden's C.:P. LOVELL Agent. Jacksonville Fla
month but no general conclusion was r. A. CARLISLE,
t. for the story was not arrived nt aft to the cycle by which General Offices, Pier 36. North River New York.
la his book until the second ATTORNEY AT LAW
''the festival was to be regulated, and
Issued In the latter part of
some churches adopted one rule and And Solicitor In
182&> -Philadelphia Ledger Equity
r'i{:' some another. This diversity" of usage G. S. MERCHANT & CO.
was put nn end to. and the Uonian Rea' Estate Conveyancing and Gen ,
iES OF 'TENNYSON. rule making Easter the first Sunday eral Pra tloe. All business promptly Retailer and Jobbers In

'"..'<' after the fourteenth day of the calendar attended to. Office next door to Bun

..,. of the Odd Way of the moon was established In England office. GAIMBBVILLK FLoRIDA
and Groceries
Famous Poet. In d(9.! After nine centuries n discrepancy Staple Fancy
';.memoirs of the late William >> !In the keeping of Easter was 1TRANK! CLARK. TUBS KIELDtNQ ,

.; the English poet appear caused by the a lit hurl tied of the KnirHMI % Grain Garden Seod and Fertilizer
ting reminiscences of TTenAJilngham's | church declining to adopt the reformation CLARK it; FIELDING
,' first sight of himtkenhatn. of the OroKorJiiii calendar In SOUTH dIDfc SQUARE i t GAINESVILLE. FLOKIC4market

where Tennyson 1T>S2. 1'be difference was nettled in Lawyers. IIlahou price paid for Chicken Eggs and other PrtxlnceComplete

: ,living. lie says: "Soon came 17i 1! by tilt adoption of thu rule which = II .
broad shouldered swarthy makes 1'uMter: day always the first ---- tock of Corn Oatt. Flour riran. Meal. Cotton Sped % t land

itly stooping with loose dark Sunday after the full moon \> hkh ni{)- Rye., W., handle only the VERY BEST Roods at the LOW
.. Practice In all Courts State aad EST TRICKS! and guarantee satufaetlon alwanJacksonville
..
beard. Ho wore spectacles IM-iirn on or r. .xt after the t ontj first!
obviously very nearsighted day of :Mnrdi. If the full moon hnH| Federal. -- -- ,- - -

,?cheeks and the dark pallor of IMMIX upon a fiindny, Easter: la the

ay. hem an unhealthy appvar- Sunday after

e r wa. a strange nnd almost ---- ---- & Rail
.. 'Offloe overe:nln' '-.vlll. National HankOAINESVIULK. Tampa { )
figure. The great man peered Seven Wond re of the World.
, me and then shook hands cor- >\'f! ,iiu\'" uo liull<>iilloii. of tin- exNtem FLOUIUA

[yet with a profound quietuder. 'n of ti cycle ut seem WIIII.h''M until

U. was then about forty- al out the end of thu "."('uu,1 -iMitur/;

looked much older." It. (*. Then .tpH'ars| In nn eplKrnni ftI1I1I'Uh'r A ALACHUA COUNTY EFFECTIVE tOVEMKER: 10. 1907.

All Inch am visited Tennyson .\ tit S.Mr! nil otiiiiueratl of

flatter's home. Farrlutiford. Inter ite\eii rnat uorl.>< which) prnto IK* AUchua county !II 8G6.4OO acres in Leave Gainesville! Micimopy: )', FairfioM and! ]local -

Isle of Wight. One morn. the very one Infer np|>*'ailne as the has 248 mile railroad POO 1 points i South . . 0
area . . . . . . . . 10 : .> at..
were talking on the downs to- seven wonders. 'I hey an (1)I the uall\ miles wagon road, 66 postoifice,

aDd Alllngbam said that ho felt of Hah;'Ion. (-'> the statue of X MIH ntOljmpl.i. 123 pnblio schools, 27 phosphate H-turning. arrive Gainesville . . . . . . . . 4 ::2.'j p f i
.' Tennyson said gloomily; "I'm ; (::1>)> ajie hit nllru.l: trardeiiH of plants, 2O saw mill. $76,< O,courthouse I
happy-very unhappy" The t otulratulM nt llali>'lou. (it the CoIoMHit four newspapers and pro Leave Gainesville; for S.unp-on: City, Palatka,

Tennyson afterward explain- of UIuKlo-. <(3) the .,,)'rnml.l,, of :Memptil dnces corn cotton, riee sugar., I Lake City, Valclo-ta.: and all points North (> ::00()( lJ' t
Ia particular unbnppluess was p *. (t">) the matisoloiim' "f Ilallcnrti.iM, oats rye, potatoes pineapples rranges

ilnty regarding the condition sits (7)( the temple of UIlnnrh'ml,,' and, peache all kind. wars of, pi vegetables.Gainesrillel a tin. .peeana. -. Returning, arrive Gainesville: . . . . . . . 9.20 p r ,

ay of uian. Illnehaui WHSlous nt ipltoaus1'Itit' lit the next toitnrVnrro. ) >'
to photograph him ou I.y hH, leisurely' nltuslou tl' who. J..B. Cutler, Gen. Supt. L. E. Barker Traffic Mg'r.

but Tennyson 1'"lIhely reYou n .pfein. oM| 'rn. Iot't r"y" that the "nj IMC: the County Seal",, - -, -. -- - -- , -
.'';;** make bags under my h.id III n'R e n.4MlIl1It'cl. : t-urreiit pror
"' 4. I Iot..1 form. 1'lu,1urll"tit the *o".t'u.I Has fourteen churches, two public I
r time during this visit, as half of the Mtiii.e t-euttirj' (first H. t',1 axhooU.the University: of Florida,

writes they talked of sis| 'nk<*. too. of "the *o cnlltsl sot OIIuutUn. private achooU, three newspapersUnited \
States 'land office the bM
r iTannysou said: 'In my boy- .'* nit.* Strnlio. n little Inter. ux r> '
fire alarm elictric
water, system ATLANTIC
bad Intuitions of Immortalitytblel the \erj j 1''ltrne.' "t h- II'">en \\out1or- and tall lights, two ice fr.(!torie., COAST LINE
I I have never been abli l"th.an. 1'rotu tfk H time OM, nt least. the 8"ph'tn machine hop.. three wood facto-
i I shall try soot day.' mlraoiiln have: nn nrsurrd place lu nil rlen, cotton gin two mnns ff etorieel'

' at I, too, bad felt something thotuniofi I..,-,. "r Un",,,. three railroads. two r"r.llllerm"n. | RAILROAD
,kind whereat Tennyson being '----'- ufacturing ('It'n,ran lea.. one fiber
'of his lees amiable moods' NOTICEI'Notice' manufactory, one rectifying turpentine .
: '1 don't believe you have. In hereby Kl\en that the firm plant, four bank, and well: ,

It out of rivalry.. of |t*'nlmm & Son. doln.. business' In I looked More embracing every i
eommerelal line I III
thing in the
am tlescrlttea<< Tennyson's fond- Cnlneillle.. Al.irhuu county .'11\,. has ( H OJ J-: KVKKYWIIKKKNorth I

stranger antics such as Juuip- been dissolved, II.V., IViiham retlr- t ,

and round like a plaeoit. ande Injt The buliie Mill t I
>e i-t>utlnu sl
[' Is the only person over saw byV.[ 1. iviibnm. who assumes all r I NT I.Mi South East ant West
do the mint ludicrous thingsally ,
lndtbtdue of>> the MrmII '
loss of dignity. KUTir LI.1KEPAKKO
\V i .:Nil.1h'c. .\:\t
a Through; Pullman Service \ll.Trnins.
ef the Ancient Qr..l<.. Sv. 19'-'i. and .

I,through the llrltNIi museum
!leis examination of tho pedal I Florida. State Teaebern': Association, IUU'F.UIY

.. 1307-190S. will meet nt SU Petersburg,
of ancient art th. lOtH>w : ItEsE>Tii: )
aU had about the f,..tr The "Florida. Ticket will bf on sale nt all
Consult
>""\1'1'a eelebrwtrd .11"1\ Atlantic Coast Line ticket oitlco In HOU'CESUOsl'EKIT the "Purple Folder"For

rularly tend .ialLll'h''. of tu Florida December :!th> and 3 3nth with \.
>bunh If the f.n-t
Joint t't rtturn limit up to January and tit
.e AH| >IKi. HIKH! as a ui..t..1 l lcUtMiln.
rtii.Ue. A rare chance: to no- Tn'i'l- detailed l
,art represents the foot .... << information schedules) rates nnd:Vesorv.ition -
cal l t+outb..n'.t Coast at the l>*>-
;,anrap Creak corns and l>un ?. +oe:
bAy. tern comiiKtu In that ttlnnlnic of the winter tourist .
Country.-ItrttUU Shoemaker. will be one fare plus twenty or write or call on
' i tU.. emit for the round trip. DoubleiJutly
w -- -- IIEPA UK;,
,
; The Largest W.rd.sv n.r\tce-- cars on dar J. A. Goodwinor
. A. W. Frifct
.. can tell** observed t'ncW: trains and Pullman sleepers on ntjchtintlns P RODC'E and ,

,Sparta% "what lasting re.ult For further Information or If KI:$E=>T IT. Ticket Agent, Division Pas. Agent,

eeompllsbe by an earnest you are going to travel anywhere writeto Atlantic Coat Line
t.o at tbs right time Many or call on A. W Frltot. Division Atlantic Coast Line.
haa had tb* shape of his DOS GAINESVILLE
: FLA. SVILLE.FiX
Passenger Aunt Atlantic Coast l.lne.Jacksonville. JACK.
for lite by calling another
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t ) THE +DMLY SUN: aATNESVIIiLE, ELORIDA. DECEBIBEll 29. 1907 r


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w= SCATTERED IN STREET. OFFICERS AND SAD i.ES.



Trolley Containing Car Wrecks Half Express Million. Wagon Kennedy's Jefferson Davis Not Appreciate.and a Joke H* Did fur MBTttt( "WT! \ :jam "HOUSE


I f'. ;0. rvc. 23.: -Canvass bags When Jefferson hat is was secretaryof ,

.V'us: gold and env r coin to thee .Laxative war be onltTed nit his /generals to !

e, of half a ru.uUoulollar>> were 1 learn to ride bursaUack.o. liner horseman !- Scores of Florida Citizens Have"

-;nt:red about Ule corner of LaSalle than Jefferson Davis ever IIn d. Learned It. i Starting: TUESDAY Dec. 31 'i

sty. \ciarn! streets for a short time Cough Syrup lIe won the lore and hand of Z4\cb ----

i night but they were soon Taylor's daughter by his UUtlnsulshed: If you suffer from backache there la ,
f- ay
and taken to a place of presence In the saddle as sell as b}' only one way to cure It. '

rt' ,-, .under d up the protection of a squad Relieves Colds by working them his Intrepidity at the cannon's mouth The. perfect way Is to cure tho kid The Big Musical Hit

f. I I, bout of the system through a copious When secretary of war be tiotlooxl that neys.A I _
. bad back sick
-eincn. means kidneys. -
ef Its from and healthy action of the bowels. only a few officers In the service were 1I
,'xpreWIIagon: on way Neglect it. urinary troubles follow.Donn's I
.
\n Relieves
Coughs by cleansing and
capable horsemen and issued an order
rthvretern to the LaSalle street Kidney Pills nre mado for I
the v strengthening the mucous membranes something like this: kidneys BEGGAR ;
,, with a load of specie guarded of the. throat chest lungs and only.
Eya "A liberal reward will be paid to any S. H. Lemons cigar maker. 11\ lug
Toback. of Buffalo N. Y.. bronchial tubes.The I
fcr v "ney officer or private In tbe army who will at 1311 Ashlet street Tampa. VIA.. PRINCE ,

and Henry Kt"I'kerof Chicago, was .I offer a satisfactory device for keeping says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills I
I
r.ni'k: by a street car. | our soldiers from falling out of their and they cured me of backache and .

Tack and Korker were tHrown to Original saddles. Communications to the secretary disorder of the kidneys. Two or OPERA
and the bass of specie times on account of the palu thrt't.'I'I
tie ground I of war will be regarded as confi
thorn.Toback received a back I was unable to work for severaldays. !
cn rep of Laxative dential. The secretions of the kidneys I COMPANY ?
skull. Kerker was
fracture: of tho Captain George Horatio Derby one were In a very bad condition dark

b&rsi> bruised by the heavy bags ofdon' of the lending nrmy engineers of his in color and If allowed to stand I I ------- .-

.. falling cm nfm. Doth were day used to write humorous and witty would become( of the consistency of !, \'

Ulen to a boapltal. Cough Syrup stories over tbe pen name of John jelly. I tried various remedies, taking'' Music Laughter GilSieuro

Phoenix.: He received n copy of Secretary what Bcemod like gallons of medU-lne

ROB BANK OF $4,000. Conforms to National Davis order while improving and I also put on plasters, but nothing j
helped( mo at all until I got Doan'a, :
t'ali Karlv at Millei
the harbor of San Diego On I., nnd Immediately
Pure Food and LawFor Kidney Pills upon the advice of a <
Afterward Fierce Battle Took Place Drug forwarded the most Intricate friend of mine, and using them ac-j

Between Burglars and Citizens. and accurate designs of his plan I cording to directions they" cured me'' M ON

St Joseph. Mo., Dec. 28-'The bank Croup C Whooping Cough La for keeping olllcers and men In the In a very short tI::..

cf Camden Point. 30 miles southeast Grippe Influenza. Broochiti. and saddle. To the sent of each officer's For sale by all dealer!' Price f.O SAVE TIM

'pants'' be attached a bull ring, and cents. Fostor-Millvifii\ Co.. uffalo..
all
three Cold
of da: city was robbed by men Couch. Lung And Bronchial WO R
Now York solo for tho UnitedStates.
early Friday and 14.000 In currency affections no remedy i. equalto another bull ring was attached to tin agents ,|
Kennedy's Laxative: Couch Syrup. saddle. The two bull rings were to I>o :
HAS I a ken. Children like it. lashed together when the officer mounted Remember t'.e JIlInc-Doan's---anl.l liy flit) l.g'aur ItHKAD: from
A fierce battle between citizens and : take no other.
Put up lr25o.. 5Oo and$1.00 bottle his steed. "If that doosn't hold
took place In which many .
: ;Sera
tte! ro ---- ---- -- KEYSTONE BAKERY
nothing will. wrote Phoenix to tho
exdianged. but the robbers at the Laboratory of :
abuts were
QiraN
secretary. Davis was Curious when begot : ir e'
finally escaped They are being pure E.C. De W ITT &CO.Chloago. . this proposition and Immediately "\\'.. i'I imiiie. ..e." -iii. : i 111"- law tuiont.! IMuuo: lei:.. I K.: T. :oi'II-'EIl.

suet by a po*! e and are believed tobe ordered that Captain Ierhy should' lx *UJ\! our t-hi!':r.-.i, ,1111! .. I' U.II lit"H. ilirKlrN. :

surrounded In the hills near Dearborn Pleasant to take court martlnled for "oilU-lal lovlty..u for list.i".-,- ii .' notill l :(Iii- For years we have been doln8

C miles!! from CaroJen Point. The secretary felt that the army had IN-I. .IPIIII.V tol' \l.rint.. ! I.ii; CitniilyMIMIII. Baking for hundred. of satlsla 1

The robbers were discovered by Pro- Children like it. lieeu disgraced and wanted Derby severely t'<< Vliv-M.ll' llii |1'111.... t"p'llI tomers. Are you on the list? lfj' |

fMcor. narhan. professor of the Cain punished. One of' hit Intimates 1"11"1"I' CnsKi't' "( I l''t'ri'iinu'''. it's n.v.r too late :

"en: Point college who saw a light inthe hastened' to hint "Jeff." ho whispered."If : J. ""III' |HI.\H g.'l( le..,. ".-11< ,n>untllii<.... .

bank and aroused the citizens. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. yon order a court martini for thislittle li,.vn iiiv nui.l.' TororU UIII l\\Nititiu .

-- - _. tnihrt* tllllll fillfill li,'i IIL' Illl.I liT.<;1u'r'! ,
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wereet off by --- ------ ---- pleasantry of John 1'hoonK. '
Three explosions oneof
end:|i" their i tiiiiiK--4 r.i::vv: Kiln: ii* I'nu:: T. F. THOMASUNDERTAKING
the burglars after" the alarm was clr- Kills His Son for Burglar. the salt of the earth anti Immensely: I
In the will l I. iiiudo lril lnilt>;r.v. A.i--,'.rol! III\\ Io-I I .>.
en wrrcWng: : the sate' and the Interiorof San Jo->'. t'al.! [2S.Bertram I popular army yon e
n laubln tock. Tho pooplo will ridicule l'uniple| !,. \1111.,. An.-t "tral: I i ity.. l Ih -
the !bank. Somc-ra shut and Kllitsl hU. livejt-ar Cal
out uf oilieo. Just laugh It erect Valor."To I
you !
old buy. ::at lug tnl.-itakou him for a I .
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HIT !.1.1:1" still nnothef
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.w v u off. Davis took his advice. -New York -- - -- -- -
Rests on Mass of Garnets.ew lJU-.d.Lf. Two I.fie by was \\alUltrj: Prusua ,-t of liilllieM. Y f". 111.', ,' iti'tir. p.il'ic. : !.

\ \"c.k. I>ec. 2S.-That New In hU !'il-t';]. It U UolIuvi-J. The par llttl"! .-!livH itf .>>10'1 rIot. p... n 'I I lL'l.L LINK OF ''t

York city rests on a mass of garnets eats were jxwuUonod liy; the noho:; in Early to Bed iso| ''s' \'. ii.. il.i a :Iiun.li.-.l l a.ioii.-< I 1.1:: litll :.. ;

1 fll the discovery of Ralph to::. Morgan. 'the rojui and sct>ln< the outline ur a And early to rise makes: one ,Its l III.u'lI III" hot: ... till" lok\l I I NUW; (1OOU5....

an IZnprllsh mineralogist now visiting figure near tho wln uw they concludedit healthy happy and wide--especially: If ertMiture" lui'i1 luiiiux lit!..' ;Not"; ': I R.Y

rrre.' Mr. Morgan, while passjng\he. was that of a I hurslar. :Mr. Sam- you atko Herblne before retiring. A lie. .r tI." to !" erte.'aur I ln'jiln| <'r.w uinlltimlilo J .

subway excavation In Thirty-third! crs reached for his pistol and fired for n\ul..n", Cltx-liinatl lnqulrer. ; AUKMTH:: JTOM !;
positive cure constipation, dyspepsia (
street stoppod to look at the mass of killing tho child Instantly. %Ir. Soar and all "liver complaints. Mrs. .. tII) t't1E\Irs, 'IIMItt4T011

rock throy'n ."''P and discovered a big era Is the son of Robert Homers a Danger In Asking Advice.
3- Columbia. Tenn. writes 1
: mind l IRON rKNCl. t
garnet: He arnexl d that the rock prominent temperance teacher iu tttlscity'
When have coM rlo
a cough or 1
always keep a supply of your Herblne you er'sre
; nu' esmi'tr.
,
excavated: was: dumped Sheep&head .
oft band. Am BO pleased with the not ask someone what Is good for It. I - -
bay and vlslfod tho dumping grounds. relief I It gives In constipation and all there Is danger in taking
found About Digestion.It as sortie r tr.-iul. Hli<*Otlon to ail matte*
Tbt-ro he a number of excellent IIn'l
liver complaints that words can't
express -
known pn'laration.olt.ty's I ( tale line. tlall .",1 t.1.",."hJalnesvillc.
Karnrts. Garnets are. however of is not the quality of food taken my appreciation." Hold byV.. .. ..
I
and Tar cures cough, colds and "r'u"LI .n. to '
small: valuo and, there Is no present but the amount digested and assimilated M. Johnson. pro- ,
____ I vents pneumonia." The genuli In. In
prospect of mining being carried that gives strength and vitalityto
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a yellow |>nclcaK**. Uefune uuliwtttuteH' ( Florida
on (In the city to any great extent. the system. Chamberlain's Stomach Sitting on .a .High Hat I ..1.V.. McCollum & Co.

and Liver Tablets Invigorate the "If 1 \\.'nto 4.0'i-r toviuiir flint 1 '

'xilil *1l "Kiiiirily| tin my *IIU li.-it\ <\ Ilh
Gallant CorfederateDead. stomach and liver and enable them to I
IIII.L. Mlt IMVOHCK.la .
I I
out ,'rll..lIllI It. tuk
;: .VIMIvoulil pie upI I
Winehest'r, Va. Dec S.-A tele- perform: their functions. The result Kllpl' .o-..." ,111,1 II HlllllllllM t.. II fellow I the Clro'itt ('?art. Kltflilli Ju tlrl.l l Circuit.: iTiie Florida I() fj

rratn from Staiinlon. Va. announces Is a relish for your food Increased HK'Uilwr. "Wi'll. ..vonoiiM& I...-..>." 111'1 ,AUfhiiii' I* ll nlr fnuntr.*> ..- \Irrd.HorUt H- .Iri ulrrMill: 1'hanrery for I

tvrt d.t :aih of Orhinel Uriel I.. lloyce, strength: and weight greater endurance 'Uut"III"| ".\ &:....1 nllU l I.ut nlionldHiipport : IMnorce. Uriler uf l'ul'/lt'.ulo. j 1l'rllit.lnfTruck. ( Or

of lV..mice Va. Colonel Joyce was!' and a clear head. Price 25: cents. I td.- 't''I!: : uf a item "II)' lilt It .rt.'hur by m.ln.'U si>i..tMt,..l tn th... hill I I
,,,., .
Idled tn the "ovf f tnl t1 oaur !Mmlillardfo.
} -'al of :a: o and was for many Samples free. For sale by all drug. [>OIIIIIH|. \\lil.iint .\lfMiui:. proviiliii tliwil >> . tb<- ilrfrrulitnthvr" ..ln m.m...'. u a i I.. J. IIln' tln', [:llti.r end
'( nan-,,-.Ulnl of lhr Stn.- ..f 1-HoflJn 1 It..., hebrlleve.
a tPiirl'iiR figure In Virginia. gists. ., ''it I I. 1I1',1| :i KiMilii.illt mill' ijinfnl'.v. ... I OCA '
the ilc'rixlrtnt 1a.ad. nl of 1.1.. 1.1. FLA. .jf;
T '. Mishourt! he m-rved with illsi"n -- . Tin- \'. iiy tn tu It I I.. to "Iln'!: tliliat Morrjr .......1'. Stutn or South <'..ri>UiiB, rust I ]

i In n.p confed-erate army. I.a- Cys: Ki i ling Y/a! .r..IItifjolb: 'e. nil n Hiin>'itli. ntr.>rnrly ""!'IN'I.,1 that whom thrro the.ervle.In 1 u<> uf x-rwin a ftubiNM-na In the Stoic wouUl'* ..I.hind| .>t. Out \Vr . .... .... ,, ,01H

t.. t 'Mi3r-Jlc..| law Winchester )Kw r> I lru-! r 1 i. II\N nr.l. iin-l- Iny aI.'drl mill" drfendu't..nt tlial *h<* ). averth.ae I
: : ti! ,' In Iv.li.v of SI year.: U In therrforr onlrrort thitt aulfl. Illicit r..pir.. . ,
awhtn tlto:: 1U'lIandnah'nllp ,IV.- of S ulTHUS.\ 1I'-r.-s rltii. tn
) railt Frarl. a -un ': nnn-,.,l1ant t>.> urvt ....ft I U lir.>rrtiv
'"j wan projected he became Its J. }o'rt1hr.r of <*"! .IIU-: -MI dlHilci. Hall I Oa ibis >,'at: yourself! "''-,1.111)11".1) "In1. \'.' Mutrm1 to .|.|"-.r to time 11111 of 'oiu-

f >ire roundel 1 and later president un- county tt ..*! lint and Instantly ki' L-,1! 1.lu"i. > ''" \vlll Illlll r 111.' lint .I-| '. 11111 I Halnt pled thf In"th n.day.1ft l
t 'Ve> line alas absorbed by the Norf her: by II II. iilnnetti Hrnr.fttrmidlly yi.-d.! : a'f .njrvt u lull thllllulI'U:1It'( <> the allt-Kittlttn ...Ut bill will. betaken 0=0.-0'=0=0 O.:::O-=0-=
iot'.a .1.9'' ..r tol"ot.u! .II! lI"r d". S"r fO"I" by ..l<1 def.ulaniIt I|! 0=0-s
i- I nd Western.Ctef t-urtt-ndrri to arr,,rt and la I. further orderrsl that IM.. f>!r.lf h* |ml>- I
N the ru..' hit nrla!.li>. It 11"1'".*.. onlyto II.".." oiMf a mfrtt fur oil .*...._pullVf> mrf\i\ O=O=3 ADVERTISEO
now In Hall ocviaty Jail at Galn".HIlfO.Jlp : iriMMt ("..is IIiv. I .Mfr triesi 1C III 'the (Irlnr.llle Nun a n<>w.fa|>4-r 1uUlliihM :,:=O , IN
Work of Art. states thnt the klllins watt Justifiable. In aitUl pounty HIM! ?hair.1'Ids I
V-s I lin-i- ("nit tint <>ii III) O\\ U tint No..*m ..r 71.1! 11.11 I IS. Or-.O s THE SUN
f.p : n"A mcnrinrnt K Tsai parties are prominentyoung I riilln.l.-li-iil.-i: K.-4-onl. . VVIKNOKH.: Clerk ( l'r>ili fontt. I I Illy
'. ' .; I ...rl .", i/x t square j nirmoiiin( men of will Known famlll.'s. M S. alit t'1s IK t: I O=O T There's a Reason.
--- A true ent'y of orUlaat. f
.. a ir.>.m/fd hunt: William M.- I. rali ,S.. II. %VIYNItI4; C'I..rU. / 0:0': -I
I Mt M S 'IU.\1'1.1C'1'. O -rO'-: .O. ;:iO: "iOO: '0==on
rr1 4.; tt .iru.." of till',ar. It Notice to ,Our Customers. CASTOR IIAKt-lt MATIIKotlS: A / ;
O:-*O zO=0=O=O TOrsO
101 .i V : | rrrr-ir III the ti': \\'. are pleased to announce that tor fur < uWI'3ah.ant

., '-a1 :ion of a down town hovel 1 for Infant and Children.l -
. Foley's Honey and Tar for cough I

:t-, t-;- chef (,! the pastry de colds and lung troubles Is not affected I The Kind You Have Always Bough) I
I of the h'Irl. It took ISen
by tbe National Pure Food>> and Drug Y-HE
1 i' '... t 1 iir'H-.ic hU rork of I1r: .
lAW I as It contains no opiates or other Beans tbo / DIAMOND ICE OiH
.- '* J-a-| Leers nsaHp! an.l ts.
r 'I I \\.1. a butcher Knife. harmful drugs and we recommend It H1&naturlf ut :

as a safo remedy for children and
GAINESVILLE FLA.
adult J. \\", McCollum & Co.
0.%"cCndd: U Catlng On'on

,.. .1.'..). !>.:!: "7. -Theresa.Death.: Sean: l't.f""ttlJ1I t. 11ft tlr"It'tlr.nl tnlen"Iihottld IIal. l built out? of tin mot Ilj| >-tolut<< I, ( !Ir., plant: illStata

'r" 'hr .. )eon oil wag nh.jl'lv Christmas and New Year Holiday ,. s I "n!flume fr.win.'utt' i hh.Itilpl. H of Florida, ami l lta! now "|"'II f'

., Idllp,1n.1 Victor SroUest Rates. .- r. h.,.. |.ro'.tlirf. II' ,. In ,

:> .. 'r old. wa. hot throui The Atlantic Coast Line .willsell.. many; ..:.- In H'I" III"tUtln' tit. .. 'ism 1 i A Large Cold Storage Room for Curing

.. !'> Krank Knst-Ukl.' the flares: tickets from all j-olnts in Florida 1)**- I tl.>nt l.ii.l .i---u tfln up l.y s.'terS. ,
..h.I,-.,..> :anil nljtri.* rf.i.r! y lrl. while return In, cemb 20th to : ,tb. Inclusive, and
:Ian' "- here We,jTienday night I December 30th. 31st and January Int. p's"! <* i li-'.-r>'|. Kfl' tine .'tutdr'f1! I II Ami 114) i MOW nri'partMl to liin: ll< M(,-ati in lar (., qUtU
I ly rr.tft"" : t.. Ii- jilt!. .....1. IIN.YI1 t'.svs
wa. iimtctn Tae with. .. final limit returning January 6th. |10.'a'c.,1| tlibIxianl 80
motive MK ll\,- r njcw hula I''t i'- ''irnirn .1 tlt' for tin 1 FAU.MKII: : at IM \\ pi.int ; on

".a Hln" U not known by tSOFTNESS ;'< i! hates will\ be one and one-third fare I tlf I h.- Ir"hl e. **.>.. **. I' a' I : iiailroail: foot of :' \n ..linlo. St nut \V'est'

I[ plus twenty-five cents for the round Ion Jll-r .<- !h.' WlHlM *u Mftf* '. I t'aIH'arJ Ill _.
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trp. In;: i( tiltru'le'r: dnrfnic/ tie- 'I., \ \ e

OF SEALSKIN. Ask your nearest railroad agent for 'I i Ixrbsal;:. _ _ _ -
I rate to any point south of the Ohio
I tc: G.t I tin Orb I.I .
Ie Wh
Ith.IMI ty. 11._.. II.,. Wb.r. or Kant of the Mississippi river or j I ,' ., ,' . "ii't. t"iIi. .
li
"Mv f' "
S .....d_. I.k" 1dl'H. I jcall i on or .writ to A. W. 'rltot Dl" la- np t i-h "gays tlVr[ OAK. Pfil iK aULf[ RAILROAD
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, Ion Passenger Agent, Jackson yllie. ..
0 'a '"1 rV>Mtn...: and yt the Florida. I Ii I II'i II! Uml1'irt; -' .

; .r.f 1. vriu.nr a oft and r1
1.: .. njr. and th. radical reuse of all Christmas Holiday Rates via sea- I t .---. -
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-M*''I It.e'.rou dandruff. p r_ll.which that U eaun4 the I' board. j f it. I S. MI -, I "' ... I ':-o yt*.-it
I
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sap.
,. r lh. hair at It* root. Nvvbro's Account Christmas and New Tear lETTER THAN SPANKWC >..if H>.a '_->r lirt.r.!M J .TAT'O" o..u. sea e. vvotMYiy .volhNl 1
l9 l. .
. the onlr pn>prM""n that U holidays the Seaboard Air Line railway -- - --

r- "! lyre" the I.d.ndruR m. Wltboot dan- t will use a rate of one and one s/.abl.e dwe eM cure .kltdr.s ef .... tiers ssi11!*... t.1.' M... 1'Arn'rye Aisle.f' M A.rty. M 1 ae '

no talrtsg 1La1r. bat a law- .ttiag. T1.r is a .............. IM I W> tAr M .u... b.r...... I 116 AM I* iI 8
t'.t/I"wth * 1o-nr, seh hair I. __ third straight fares, plus tnty Ore .. 'U* > ... Iota. (/.vela v !
to* tat. t...w.. Mr*. M. sea..vs, .a.tw [. .iwriN / l-tu.... !*.,.
i e,,_, Ktn"tlrtP1r lbe lh deedrutL. a-ai p won't. eur. tnrm. cents, with a minimum rate of fiftycrf soutk ...... I.4.. win _.. flee .. say L. : :; : :: a: : f/ ...,. .1._.... I AVIS.s M !Ar4Y eat : M Mri h t:
I- -. f Thou.- t... for the round trip bet >en all Arses I/oF. "". Ar t eo p. _ I..... I It.. _
d. wtta
wose.n owe their a.-.tltal sulfa -u.. k r ---I koe. a.---. Ar. ae .-11Pft1 .,. i.v f
.
"( ''r sale' > A- U ,. It.,_ t s "e .p..
te Nw'. fterpktdw noli by OlDt.. Bach ticket will be on fwa b.t r't1.... ..... a. a e1ti hota. ._--, --' .- """ -

.. if of"'....... / 84)1e. I" aUmo- December :Ita to 25tb. inclusive. Der | .., kn. ....F ar j... NIMwe. Sesuble ..ela ...--- o.d. ., IMeMat Art f_ W .,....a sad f__ U,. (,.s eb P' evy.
;i. UO rPlcW. C0. D.tvottlde.. 30th 31st Lad January ltl-{ taM -/. 0.W- ... .b114, tWw .. 1 'weat :reai if.i.aMa.M sus = i '
comber It east It. Tki t...... a.Me. ;: "::'pa.: .e sf .e 0....5J
kelp
T1PQwe -i : ..t 't,C.ee !51. ..f T*.. Ie......L..AaY.fdOIAs
limited to "
unab sad LN. All tickets returning
Jao-I ...au ... .... ......s t.stedesta .
I. a. .ru tJUWLU'O. 11,........ r "CIPtC'''.. ..r. .-.pe AI
8Odttoe'd a 00.. ....... A.d. .1lata. earl th. 13. aftae dllal7ti s )h dey .v sleld. IAn 0... rw.u...



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1: THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. DECEMBER\ 2i.! 1907 'I,

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c-:::: : O'Halloran Smokers.-The Best 5c. The coming year Is almost here

NEWS OF CITY AND Victor Hugo Clqar -Christmas present The time to cut c*.*. "booze;" T II 1 1I 1r

for Brother. \ Cut out "old corn" and also,corns

COUNTY CONDENSED it. S. IfTadley of VVacahoota was By wiring Stetson Shoes.
IIYDK & TKNCII.'
trading in the city yesterday. !
:
Miss Dea Weeks of Starke is In the I WLSONSIUV
Interest Gath- O'Halloran Smokers All Havana 5c
Hatters of General city a guest of her sister. :Sirs. S. T. DBH
Victor Hugo Cigars-Christmas present -
Our Reporter Dell.
ered by for Best Fellow. I I II .
r -- Fine line of'silverware suitable for ,I 1 1I
Miss Hattie Hodges of High Sprint,
AND SOCIAL ITEMS wed. :Dg presents at.L.. A. Jernlgan AcSon's.
PERSONAL formerly of this city, is a guest! of
.

and What la Dr. D. W. Durland. wife and daughter friends here. I (
What Has Happened Mrs. T. Warren of Hrun wlck. Ga; .. CHRISTMAS TREASURES
were in the city from Cedar Key
Paragraphs
Going to Happen Told In Short yesterday.Mr. is In the city, a guest of her mother

So That "He Who Runs MayRead" Mrs. O. B. Johnson. I
and Mrs. Ivers have returned
The Sun. Don't miss the picture sale at
It In from a pleasant visit to friends in
Gainesville C and 10-C'nt Store lies II
O'Halloran Smokers Hand-Made. 5c. Jacksonville.Mr. NOW ON SALEWe
ever offered at the price. I
Victor Hugo Cigars-Christinas present and lire- J.V.. Melton of Cltra
Master James Ramsey, the bright
for Father.Silver were among those who spent yesterday

wedding presents at L.. A. In this city. young son of Perry G. Ramsey! of Invite Your of Our
\\"acahoota."Jus n. visitor to Guinea I Inspection Fancy Good

Jernlgan & Son's. Beautlfull pictures at cut prices- \llle )"esterday.-

Sutton of Hague was tradingin worth twice the price. Gainesville :5>>
Xelll For Sale-Fine fou r-'t'u-uld I Keitncky "
yesterday.See and 10-Cent Store. COLLAR and CUFF BOXES : DOLLS-BIG AND LITTLE
the city I mare trained for lady: together
the picture window at Gainesville For Rent-Cottage, six: rooms and with buggy and harness, all nl'at NECKTIE DOXES FANCY CUPS .and SAUCERS

Store. bath. E. Gainesville. Vacant Jan. 15.: SHAVING MUGS
and 10-Cent KERCHIEF
o a sacrifice. R. G. itnss. GLOVE and BOXES
of Cltra I Apply 507 N. Garden street. PLATES .
Mathews wasshopping FANCY AND DOWLV
W. D. *
;Mrs. For rent after January !.>. so\on NOVELTY
BOXES
In the city yesterday.To A fine lot of pictures that came too room two.tory cottage, corner K in boxMANICURING BALLS and OTHER TOYS.
late for Christmas will be sold cheap. a
rooms with or without and N. Oak
Let-Two Orange street a\t-iiue. Apply "
University street. Gainesville 5 and 10-Cent Store. SETS BASKETS Scrap B 14kCtd,
board. 903 N. Mrs. K. E. Caution.

Mrs. T. M. Kincald of Newberry Is Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Smith are at You will hate u Happy New'eur' TOILET SETS Work; r:ak<>ts Stnndjll

home again after a few days spent l a *ki-ts.; Fruit iiiaketit
In the city on a visit to relatives. ''If you invest your money well \\ ,> GENTS' TRAVELING SETS ; : : ; "'
with friends outside or the city.Mrs. .
\V. A. Strickland and son, T. J., were give the bestalu.>H possible In our \Vooil Iiaskots.St'UKKNS:l: : '

In the city from Paradise yesterday. ... Henry Futch of Jacksonvilleand Shoe l>tc partmE'n t. L. C*. Smith. PIN CUSHIONS in'ari0U
1Ui3Iarlon Futch of Gainesvilleare
Wanted-Uoy to learn printing visiting: Mrs. Andrew Jolly.-Wal- Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the INK STANDS :si/,-.: :'I. 11)) to $:).l)( .
stimulates but does GILT CLOCKS
trade. Peninsula Printing Company. new laxative not

Miss Sarah A. Vernon of Chicago Is do News.' Irritate. It is the best laxative. PICTURE FRAMeS' I lit! ( JS-.\ crt-at I'It

In the city, a guest of Mrs. S. A. Bland- fly order of the executive committee Guaranteed or your money back. J. GOLD-PLATED MIRRORS of Uiijall ....i ios..r)0o:
of the Twentieth Century Club the W. McColIum & Co.
Ing. SHAVING SETS y2iIlU: (':"It'll.Ladies' ,
t Waterman Johnson of Ilcanopy was regular meeting for Monday afternoonIs Mrs. G. D. Folks and children lint e

transacting business in this city yes postponed. returned from Levy\lll, here they

terday. Spend the money Santa Claus hate been for the past few weeks on and Children's Coats:

Cottage for rent in South Gaines brought you. on something useful. A a visit to relatives Friend are glad i

ville. Apply at Sun office or 303 East pair of nice shoes for instance. Let to welcome them home again.,, Don't lu iIi'tM-ivtMl l hy \-p"l'inl :':11-," i llrll'l'4 ; you \1'11

Liberty street. us fit you. L. C. Smith. Foj Sal*-The Hoyal Cafe with all Hue lu'ttt-r goud.l IHTO at our ivijular prirt-t C'omcantl

NYe are exclusive agents fur tin furniture and kitchen outfit The
till 'illIt's---ill .laiulmarked.
too.
Picture! Pictures! Cheap I soo j : .
Don't fail to see them. Gainesville Fay stocking for children. \\'.. sell business has paid me handsomely and

them-the factory guarantees them for good. This
my reasons selling are
C and 10-Cent\ Store. DRESS COODS :
i
You buy them. Hyde & Tench. i I.- a good stand. Allen Hill. Proprietor.Mrs. .
C. 11. Scruggs of Apalachicola has
My ne* automobile is now la com M. B. Saunders has returned Tlii. i a 'r'al Muck 1111.1I'U! a'..rt1. j ,ur "l'lI"iI".1. "MI ;\u t>et|
returned to his home, after a pleasant \n'II.' .* i.Ifot.tillatol.llIywl., ...".. mill I lien, Inn :11'.t got tlin ( the rf
mission. 25 cents to any part of thecity from Mfcanopy, there she was calleda
lUit to relatives here. pri.r's. a" we hove only ON: M: I'UKT.' : t.\tt\ riMiniicr,
or $% per hour. Any time, day or day or two ago,, on account of the
Geo. 1'. Morris has returned from
night. II. LIli..>nbluln. 1'hone 62. Illnctis of Mrs. Ktlvtards. "'rlt'llIlsIII t
Tacoma, where he has been for the
R. WILSONJ. :
:NrRS.
For Sale-My eight-room dwelling he glad to learn that Mrs .:d wnnl
Pat day or two on business. <'
with stables and shop; also! four lots condition is improved.
W C. Hague and son, DeWitt werein
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on Alachua avenue. G. Foreman, H'1:! : Claude Dynl of Fernandlna and John - -
the city yesterday. Mr. Hague is
farmers Alachua avenue Gainesville "'I;,. Vanlnndlngham of Palatka. wIlt hate W and I (2. KuKlUh: / and sister.Misa CONTINENTALRESTAURAI a
one of the leading of Hague.
Mrs. Haddock of Richmond Va'. been here for th--pat three or four Qulncy. were In the city from r.cun.rl <

Ne make a specialty of children'stcnool arrived in the city yesterday, and for days on a visit to their aunt, :\lrtl.II. t'xteril.-iy Minn Mabel Carter,

shoes and we keep the famous tho next few days will I he the guestof P. llolMtfin left yesterday for Yeltertoit.. who h.'H been oil 11 \'hlttn
Linn,'\ line. Call for them. L. C.sn .
| aceonlst.led Ihtnili
:MHH tjnlncy
her parents Judge and Mrs. II. G. Hamilton from which i>olnt they will |
.;tii .. .
H route home.Iir
wax en
Mason. return to their respective hones after limned I'l.er-\est t* Po.t
Ten Years of SuC<"ess-For ten years Uemember the charity ball Monday a brief hIlt to relatives. )I-:!. II. I'on ml. formerl) of HUM 'oiitrtilrnllt I.sealed Vet

llluf ttibbon Extracts have been grow. evening which is being held for the -- - .. _. (" ty but now tiuikliiK'" his home In Jin'k - W.

Ins\ III popularity and today they out- benefit of the hospital association """\.lilt., returned to that {point 3CS. Nfl ..lie 1I1.1..t hunk In UM rll .

fell all others.J Tickets sale at Miller's andAvera's. t.'relay, after u pleaumtUlt to hln Ih.- oli|l.,.t ...tiIsli. ..l 1..r1 n-ris11raI..t
are on
:M Turuer of Lake View, one xither here l>r. pfiund'M frlendit will .'.1'1'1..1.| ,,,..I (Is.. |.1..1 for,
HtlciiM'ii. aiil! it.ililnn,
.j tiie leading farmers of that sectiont CHRISTMASCIGARS be glad, to N-nrii that he IH lrn"I''rhuc{ 5'K ,:
For any of the ordinary diseases of
rte count). spent yesterday in this In hiM profcHHloii In Plorlda'M Hlt't rUIN{ t- OYSTERS The '.
the skin Chamberlains'a Salve is ex t'u .. ,I.,.
ci sr on busiiiPxri.Start cellent. It not only allays the itching IU. --=--:::'.-.L__ _ .aW
Mr( Jackson ArkiinnaH.... who' r."
the new aright and get WESTERN STEAKS. CHO
year and smarting but effects a cure. For .
U ir of up-to-date Barry nhoes. They sale by all druggists. (...ntly l.urc'llU.wd l prupelty near the DRIPPED COFFCK.Regular ,

help you to start a bank nc- city. ban arrived und expert to hate M.al.. Trading TUIlioUillitr '
K. and Fahynn Thomas of
,' I. C. Smith..in It. Story I.IM family follow him In n short time r
\\'Ind..or.V.. I'. lloulwari I of Orange: In dtHliahhoiintr 11'.I.s n?. I I.rulltl.... a.'mud lhi
Ills > property {
properly
'. low alh'"'" are just the thing. Heights. N. C. I'ettlt and J. M. Ken- | lint wile you Sloe|, \1.-.t 'l

-f'lilarly the extension sole, shorttuoeyelet nard of NValdo. and J. It. JCetrouer of about two and a half mlleH weiit |"..-ml.le| | Mt rvuwiirtlilx priiv. ;-
.A'lTKACTIVi: : of the cILY. and .Mr Jurkwm exp{ -<-lHtu 1..h.1 f fur psrfi.M .r.-d
rlblsruties.1'o "I'J..t.
Hochelle, were In the city yesterday.The .... operate| a truck f.irtffOn t ..b..rt ....t",.. u.. |N..MMe! Dvrryttilfin :
tthem.; llycl & Tench. I' \< K A< ; is.: . t|
addition to the home of J. A. TiieHdar evenlriK.: at th** homw M-IIWIII, f.,.-ri early .n.1 l rloi
,inz; \Vritton of Neubeery' : niaua- "..... "
extra 1i.e el.arl..tie t"AYI: osS
which an .
Goodwill comprises :North G..iln-,, .
of Mrn O. II Iliill-y. i 'We try U. ,!.. what .. frorulMi v
th. phoxphate: interests of theT room of Boost row fortable pro|.ortions. Victor I HUK I ., IHT l Iux ('J.;> \'/ .. the ladles ..f tin- A..nt| ChrUtlan .. I
t .
Lumber Company wad transtMi.ti Is about completed. Mr. Goodwin now Cigars.. ) . . . S2.00 churrli, eapw" -t to 101.... mono oyster ,
I
ness in this city yesteritey. has one of the hamlsomeKt and most .
'Ahh'liIII
of
tt. pr.s'e.'ds
Hiip|''-r. Miss N. No
Alice Cato of Alachua was in commodious homes In that section of Victor I II I ilgu, jM-r l,ox ((2"MB be d..\uh.,1 t In the f'hurl'h Fillirtlon

h on a vi,,ll to relatives yester- the city. < a r.-:* ) . . . . 2.25 Kl>*'ii I.)" the XU'NI| ladle of this (church'1- .

She wan accompanied by Mrs. \\'. T Jackson who owns a fine a r.. aIaaa niicc''nFf'II, I.ence a urr.. 1I ,
''I of Fort Pierce, who Is her Victor Hugo, Iwr''hox: l (25cigars ( ,I
home and orange: groe im \\'HuhurLak. IM anticipated at Ibis mipper, Oysters'. Novelties Books Stath

for the nest few day*. few hours : ) . . . . $3.00 .. ,
', was in the city for a will h > 'r'11 In all t)le. at a renxuiable

Kllbfth: Itlatidlng. who In now yesterday. lie was enroute home from prlrt- Souvenirs Sheet Pi'(
. () ) Inllomll C111t:1l10oC.' >: p 'rIKIX ,
/f'll in liartow an a teacher of Charleston 3. C.. where he has beenon With a hIKh nppr.v| 'UUou of the put
((25:
Merlin litHtftMt. t H here on a visitr a pleasant visit to bin sister Mrs cigari$1.00) .,naic" .-.itiil.-i| th.-m durliMT. th" yearJu.t I and Picture Frames .

r mother. Mrs H. A. ltianding.r Emmett Johnson.Jutnes O'llallonin Smoker jnr coinliiK. to a rli.iw. The n. \VHyde I .

unit-run friends are delighted- to Entz left yesterday for box (:r,0 i-i a n$2.25 Company' take odvHiitaKe of tli.'

h.re Alachua when ho will remain for n"lrtulIl( | 'II extend l lH'..t wl.h.-. for I I 206 Lest Liberty

Vlda IviOruneof Johnston S. the meat two or thr e days Mr Knots: Nice present for Father. Brotheror t;:> dts! of .haiptne" motel l pro i">rlt) I GAINESVILLE. .

id \"Iul1oo1lp of llatHnburg. S. Is the efficient engineer of the two i It"j "'t.-ry rurtrtiit-r-.anil In farto

f> rharmliiK; )omnc ladies, were plant of the Diamond lr*' Company your "Best Fellow., c- .er. i..1'! for the romliiKur tat..
'i Aalciioa AI.orp..r.IedJ
tty y.terday, being en route In this city und also has charge of . :,,w your' i|Io'aJr! if .InJi+*..'t tlo-ru !l5will i ;
:its In SouttM' orida. where they the plant In Alachua. 4 fwur.' tin'ni for y."i \.y "-''|.n- I mnrn-f of the bush.fur the year ( i

-jf frlenla.LEl now nt an end, tenure rf Iwo r.-ss..II>' ffftt M (>Ai.r>.. |>r..i J. w ini.
Route Ant 3.V.. Hhoade of the .. .. .. 1'r.a. II. K. CotoB*. ItN. ,, hi* |.*-fM,ii il cl tnrn** fi l,4h" quirt<
Southern 1:1I1IrCom"a: I Is ", 'rad. I
Ity tit the KivjH, !h.. I'... han 'log the holidays! with his family here.Mr. -
C. W. Co.
Bartleson ,. I".,. %" IltUPI" 'lnie that Th -
Ilhoade has made a mont ant
W. do
aa icloatr
ilyele ('aU.rny l"ri, l .tin. b"l fill f a I' AtM.
Dorado Cafe cennful, efflritnt and obliging official, M.till,.t.r. .. ith ", .. .. with CMStlttla! for Ims
.. for th- .t'
j l>r.Hi|> r lb. Maniw lnform.tlan fuse .
both Mfriends eortesratsg
and he U spprec/ate'f by .
Jacksonville Florida mletsure\ .... w..
------- -- : : < |.nhlr| Hud It a llj 5S7 A
and his employerslrof l.itwdtraus.tN
*. a MttUfartl/' ,. to dealt l lh<* .U,rt J A ll

Tom .... Me Heath. a member of -

of the female unUeralty at -.
.OYSTERS. the Columbus faculty, Ml.,,., left yesterday for JAS. M elL\J iAM Pi... C C/. VI'. HYDE:. Vr.-Pr. f f. F' TA> LOfL C+*.,. LJjc AI 1AM A. c:.. r.

that IlI'tlut. after upending Chr'.tuaa".lth

pleasantly hU family here, l rof,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK GAINESVILLE Fl
Mctieatb'a friends were all glad to ,

v< n: KNOVVIIAT welcome him home, a* well a. sorry ,

to ace him lea*e. CAPITAL AftB SURPLUS S130.000.00 -.rED STATES RIPS TII, "
THEY
ARE J. K. Dutch of Atachoa wa In the
.
city yesterday on a visit to bin family
'

Open 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. ).r. Futcb. who la the M-ntor nvetnbr We Offer Unexcelled Facilities and Up-to-Date Methods of B

of the firm of Tn. J. K. Fetch Com

paJl1' atnooc tb. leading. merchant PROM COtKTKOrSKKLIABLK, We Solicit Your Uutities.i.

Steaks of that town. U rUrJiu:! from the baa6- -

Chops Eta e se, lad 1&t to wadaratood; will come x. ,
'
4 : wr4 c hilt IIIaI+M .ill flIiIIM M//f / c a>W fM,1 N-

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