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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 31, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00965
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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SHOT HIS BROTHER. I
TRUNK WRECK r REPRIEVE CAME Ofi SCAFFOLD.
A SENSATIONAL STORY
Joe Beadles Killed Near Town of Fay. PiTTSDtSTRICKItI
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ettevllle, C*. Negro Made Statement. Preachers Had

Fayettevllle, Ga., Dec. 30.-''Nat Prayed When Reprieve Came. '--

IFire _People. Lose Their Lives In Beadles: was shot and killed by his Birmingham Ala., Dtc. :SO-J. jst aa
Shanghaied Lad His
Relates Adventures
younger brother. Joe Beadles Thursday the black cap wan about to be placed Thousands In City Prostrated b\

; Crash of Trains. night at the home of the latter as a Sailor. over the head of Henry Thaxton. a

.1'" near Bennett' mill. negro convicted of the killing' of S. T.tlunatucker Disease.IN .

t"." I Joe Beadles was a. printer and had -- white a year ago a telegrani ,

UPUCATED FORMER WRECK been employed on a newspaper at Mil- SEIZED AND PUT TO WORK was delivered to the sheriff who I

,:. len. stood near the lever of the gallows In ALMOST EVERY HOMF

lie came home to the -- the jail yard here.
jsrpend
holiday
: ange to Say Jae Orand
Foley a
.. with his mother, who lives near this I Claims He Was Shanghaied by Crewof The telegram was from the governo Worst
'!link Special Agent. Was In Both place.It of the state and he ordered a BUSjv Epidemic of Pneumon, cr,f
a British Ship and Was Mistreated
'Wrecks, but Escaped from the Two is nald be began drinking and by Officials In Brazil to Whom He 00)'.. The scene was most dramatic.
:r Uninjured. bis mother In tear, left the house Since the Memorable One
She> came to Fayettevllle: to the Applied for Relief. The prisoner lifted his hands upward 1839 of

I etrolt.. Mich., Dec. 30.-The col- home of her other son' Nat Beadles, and exclaimed: "My God!" --Scarcity of Employees.

at Lennox. Mich.. Friday night arho was a resident of the town. Pltt burs. Pa. Dec. 30.-Howard[ r The negro had made a statement Pittsburg. Pa.. Dec.u: \\' a <

eea southbound Grand. Trunk After his mother toW him of his Hay, 16 years of age on his way to from the gallows, the negro preachers said to be the worst epldomli 01) n

r train No. B an<4 a northfrelght brother's condition Nat Beadle decided Can Francisco hoping to find his home had prayed and two verses of a hymn nose lnce 1889/ is beings tip",, w n el!

4.. train was. ) aa almee. eot-: to co after him. a* he feared he and lila parents whom h. left before had been euncr. George Courson had In I-ft.tsburr;. and -nhYlllclan"-,, .... .... ...,

'..Not. duplicate of a wreofc whoa oo- might end the night by killing him-1 I the earthquake. toM: a sensational tied the pilsoner's arms when a boy that thousands of persona a,'e M ,*

lour and a half yearr* aox>. On elf. He found his brother raising[ tory of adventure as a sailor: of be- rubbed up to the gate and handed the traded by pneumonia typhus. at

.tsar night I > the summer of 1104 a disturbance when he reached his Inc shanghaied by the crew of a IJrlt, telegram to Chief Deputy Brown, who and especially grip.

l lit No. 6 collided with a northbound BOOM, and he undertook to Quiet him. to I Ifth ship and of being mistreated by a In turn cried "out, "Hold. Colonel Throughout the city proba -rv

alit atyttf* saints hour and at the According report Joe Beadles re-,| United Mtates consul in Urn ill to whom wait a minute! home is affected 1n ome mar i and

olaoe. A t that time, alto the rented the advances of his brother and he applied for relief In the policeI Thoifthe sheriff mounted the steps j( a scarcity cf em'Plo'e-eott In II a ';go

xha\lr\ lee the main line In ore Anally shot him to d. ath. I I station fibre Krldaj night when he of the gallows and read the message j office buildings Is seriously (V.

.tl let the passenger pass. The Joe' and (Nat Beadles are sons applied for' lodging. aloud. All the prisoners in the jail I The Plttsburg Railway cot 1*

'Itch was left open and in the result. of the late William Beadles. JoeDe&dlett When thirteen years old. he said gave a loud cheer and the amall(, having difficulty In manning anon
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.. orah. two engineers were killed, I I. 27 years of age His dead *ba whipped as cabin boy at San Francisco crowd cf spectators were dismissed as account of conductors and motormen .

:. sine*) ,iFoley. mpeclal agent of the brother ."a. 40 years of age. The on the steamer Chili. bou"'I for the prisoner was led back to the jail'! being' laid up with the K"II'i

ftdj Trunk Railway company, irhaaV latter leave a wife and seven chll-|I Cape Town. An cabin boy end ad pra) lug and crying.IMPORTANT. City Physician B A. floorn
'. passenger on No. 6. that night. [ dren. They are related to some of ordinary seaman often performing the .. I'I present epidemic of grip t.x"., 'f' m

also on the train at the time of the beet known people of the state. I I duties" of a grown man, be worked his DECISION. scope and severity all t IMP ha ui
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former wreck. In both Instances The dead man was at one time edItor -I way Indifferent ships to rtjdney, Melbourne 'I Ihsy. tIe: worst In Its history utn a.

e> caped unhurt. I of the l Fayattevlile News. About S) and many other points fnaMj: Proves of Interest to Lawyers and Theatrical yet break that record lie irI >e

iVtB.FVldady: night' wrock. speedinga a year ago he severed his connection landing at Rio Janeiro iiraill, where i People. |I i It cuntaglota and belle\e tti: : n

( a dense fog at, forty mileshour I with that paper and bad lately ti nencu.aed he wan seized with a desire to return New Yuik. Dec. UO,-A dccinlon of disease may have origin u a

.' Grand Trunk passenger train In farming.BOY'S home. He shipped on a: boat bound which will\ prove of considerable Interest from heie.

i. S. which left Port Huron shortly for Norfolk Va and reached that to lawyers and theatrical pt".1 I

7 o'clock Friday night: tor this i I TRAGIC DEATH. point without adventure and\ was &TY- pIe ball bent filed by Justice ] MEETING OF EDUCATORS.Soutnern .

collided head-on with a double- en his pay for theo) ate and his dlu- In the United! States district court. In
the matter of bankruptcy of Mrs.Leslie : Educational Conferena
freight train, half a mile north 'barK"
Son
of Charles
lAl\Oz. Mich. Humphrey. Killed atAiken. Walking the of No Cat'tor-Pa} no. Lexington, Ky.Lexington. .
; I through streets j j
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S. C.
I Ky. Dec. 2s ('11 '-v
Judge Hough cJ,' 'IIrthat
< the abll
.r. f"tye trainmen met<< death four being Atlanta Doc. 30.--"al11t' I Hum folk he sage he was seized by sailors ...
I *. ures of Friday' session, of '
,ln.tantly the fifth dying three the from the Ilrltlsh coal steamer TI. Ity of a player It not an asset!! that
phrey. 11-year-old of CharlesA. ..
son crn educational conference rir
|.ffpj1-All_ of the paeeengeraed Humphrey. bookkeeper for theTrulttSllvey .. where he was kept for several can bo touched by creditors or a receiver the ,
reports of education f)1 i I r.:
Injury except a baby which : Hat xla>'s until the ship soiled. He was In bankruptcy. The receiver
company was killedat the southern
state. Alum r<
hurt b released and took over the pcener> and proyortle*
only slightly ) being thrown put to work an a sailor
Alken. S. C. Friday afternoon by
port wa prevented by s
t. of Its h1othor'*\ arms and over a The ship wm alert of sailors and he of Xa/a and Uu harry In which Mrs
having: the top of his head blown off dent II C. Gunnel-. orf: n
when Carter hud( been appearing)(. and demanded
t the
train crashed together was taken forcibly as a recruit In
with a shotgun In I the hands of B. F. ,
that for Arkansas by Sm>.> If'
i:.lie locomotive ploughed the, course of time he again found a share in the ctmtiacts un.del"
pas en."er 'O'er! brother of the lad's mother. I !: J, J, Doj'ne, of Little IlocU\
inder the engines of the double-head-j The detail himself In Hlo Janeiro where he appealed which she lit to appear in "IiTosca"
of the tragedy hanot '
Ida. by Superintendent \\ M -
etl! .and. the trainmen were burled In been to the. American consul, That and ".pdora, Judge HOUR
received In Atlanta aad all that 'way of Tallahassee Genre. i . ,*
e mane of wiocKage.' Their bodies Is known official the lad aver, gave him curt orders the return of IhtprOl'crtO taken
was that Tyler who llvw ported h Superintendent U rritt
ere terribly mangled' and ncaldeU by treatment hushed up the fact of his and rule that the receiver IH nut en >
In
t llceu. was out hunting and
on a of Atlanta Kentuck* hIntendent
Uth'll to juiv Interest In the contracts :
tike escaping steam. I being hbirtfchaled after several confernce
ciAIV'h'lvo when he fired and Inntant-
or In the 1 >
. JBndneer Fred Han*; and FiremanfcrWaehburn. with the British consul and Jlnal
J ly klllod tho Humphrey bo The lad'shead
> (Mar>Ian'l by Hupf'rlnh.'ncll1
of tile sec+nd freight en- ly refuted to a..U< him to Ret backto work ',
wan' torn off by the load of bird Stephen! of Annapolis :ileac. o
It !is Raid the will !b
the ecupetl vlcath lUurf vas ('auKht'hi. shot the United State because he could case!! ( appealed ,
Superintendent J. N. Power <
cab but was taken out unhurt I not &prove that he wan, an American -- !
It U believed that the boy was win : North! Carolina by Supei
EYES WERE DUG
aahburn Juntped and was only slight- clt1/en The British consul nn lt OUT.
probably anointing In tho dove. drive, t I J. V, .Iu>'ner. of Raleigh T'.
injured. I ed him to New York. lie stole hU -
and was not neon by T)h'r alien tho b>' Superintendent II, I I' J 1,0
: All the dead trainman lived in Dot. shot Nashville Virginia bj' SUl'oSr
I I II. says. and the officers there Rave; him Section House
J. I), i;:? le*ton. of Illehmt r't The freight had switched from theWnsln Is This Floretta I transportation to l'tu..bllrt, He hope SnoAhom'Wunh, . I>ec, :30,-Two
WhaleyT \\'I'st'lrKInlIL by Supertn' 'n
trcck to a ldlng to allow the New to be then help here and at outer men named Miler: : and Carroll entereda
t York D'c. :30.-That KloretUWhaley. C, :Miller of Charleston
iger to pit..... It Is alleged that jxilnt that will take rim to San Fran section house Friday night wblcn
the young girl who eloped A
A paper on "Compulsory: M''
with was not properly closed and cl 111 co. Whether he will find his parents was occupied by seven Italiaus and
laM April with the Rev, Jere KnoJe tendance" was presented I'vteudtnt > ,It''
account of the heavy foe w,.ilch there he COOke then pastor of Ht Cr.rrge's3lplsoopal -
F:. II.Iark., of iiiKy. :
availed the > hoard nothlug from them since the Toe hold.
pM engt r engineer did ups ren began shooting:
church at !
ltenrp.tead .
array The training of 'ac r 1\
see the target WAS set against erathquake" IMttsburff authorities will The Italian thru attacked fie out.
now" be In Ix>ul.1aoa. Is Indicated" In library method was dl .fl 'e,' 1
em. probably gyre him some help laws with tooM. After killing Miller,
a letter received by Haniuel T ,
rfld >nt n. II. Johnson, of It *
l' TRIED TO KILL& ATLANTAN. Wright, chief cfwrk of the Nassau a f.'rowbara.a", driven through his 3. C_ and Industrial edu''arperintendent :'> ...
STOLE TO SAVE FAMILY HE SAID bead, an ax wag stuck in his bo,ly
county urroga.te' court The letterIs C. D. Gibson '>t *
49ro at Albany Made Two Attemptsto Rated front EmMa lav. Is poet. I several times, and hit. eyes were dugout bus. Ca.WOMAN.

Kill Dr. Yankey. marked New V r4a. lot? and Is sign Chleago Postofftee Employe. Arrested Wtinam Carroll the other man.

Albany Ga. Dec, 30.lleeauso heas e4V.. C. Jonee" It SA>... that a girl for Purlelnlng Letter. I wms also Illjurt but stirtlved until KILLS HER HUSBAND

reprimanded for rN'klt"Mly drlv- about seventeen rear' of age w
Into the vehicle In which ()r. gave tb. saute of FIor.u.a,11.1..,. for twenty years an employe of the when all were taken to prlnon He Had Started to Beat Her and S".

Yankey, of Atlanta was re- ass brought to hi. borne last April ChUrago' iw.etofflc. and the fainer of Three Italians were woun.tt'I Grabbed a PistolValdosta. .

rninj to the city from a kuntlng by a mss named C\K ke. tn ohtiaren. wa arrested Friday fur I I I Ga.. 0.3 > .* '"

trip m OhrUtmaa eve night;; 'an un I the theft of a I letter containing. PREVENTED LYNCHING. from Stockton In Clinch eerie u;

wn negro made two attempts to To Meet With Georgians.Teviiui "1 did not make enough to take care t I that Jonn g. Moore, who r

>t Dr. Yankey, who. with the a., .t>lj. )lIc-ho. I)ec. .10-- At 'he e f N y fan+lly." ...Id I Healy. as he wan Strong Guard Protected Negro Who miles, above there w:+lie -

of hU negro driver succert annual reunion of the ThlrtyflretMachlxan being led. away te Jail. "I took It for' Shot Chief of Police. started to beat his wife, and c

In overpowering his assailant and : tol+tat..re to bo held bare them I Memphis. Tenn, Doc :30 _.\ special bed a pistol and shot him de"*

.ilug hU jiltilol away frofi him :May 17. a plan will b. dtwusaed for When the Inspectors reached 11..1,'. from If.M"'I".burc.. Ky. sat*: She was a daughter of M,..." '",

tl Later the iietro attempted to steal the holdlnc of a joint reunion with house there was no ooal In the stove To prevent N threatened l>I1I'MnJC. a er this county, and 1.:4 tare

Ynn"-, ,Uotfcun from the back tae "tnt nf"t'l'lte.IUDt-... at (Oha' and the plane! was damp ant eti.Jr strong guard. has been placed about

his buKuy with the evident Inteut taaurga. In 190 It wUl be the first There wen ttttle fart and U the ten the hH"j.ul: In which I* crooned! Several years ago Monr' s

Mhoottng him of It. kiDo In the history' of the coup children had asked for sews. there Charles Reel l. a isr' 1. who on Frl. man !In the house In whu !i be !cut a':,

try It La propo..>l that the reunion w-.uM! set save been enough to 1:0 day ,shot end probably fataUy woundfs life .

Jail Blown Up by Dynamite tie are arrwA<
"telravenant.; O. I roc. Jo4fteh.aa be spent at tbf'hlC'k.lUa"I.. uajloaai woveThe latter _a. fm1 avorlnjf to arrest him Tight Lid .In lows.
Chlcagx). Dee. 30/ --.A bureau nt charities tasHealy bees
night lb. tow n Jail at Uti park, A banquet w41| be ser >d In After the shoxlnc Reed was. cap **

wa. blown to atom by a charge life ....tnc. If It can ..e vo, arrangedr aet\f\e.1 was unable to fur tured after an xchance of .b40+ bv DM Moines My that as a

dynamite placed uuder the buU44ng Iw'o. regiments will ""pen4 a day at nick hued and was lodged In the Jail a p< 9.e of clittcus tie way r*>,<.u..1| the liquor crusade rD"e":

eet off Fortunately tft.r* were x.oa..U.r..h.. Healy has *wa recelvlssi II.I. the Chicago Burl, a*' t
year U. U fortyM! years old Qwlncy railroad has l..ud
prisoners la the Jll at tie ttme. spite the Uenin t* of the cltUens who f

teas: ef the Jail VutMtni weresttre Killed by Accidental -Shot.Jacksoo Masons Give Banquet dMlr.Ml, that umruary punishment <>., ear eoaductor. proalblttnc f r .*
liquor wlile It trains *.* a
>4 *lt ever the nel-l tx>rKo.d.
very window la a aearby bund suet re.cbeU the city <ice. of Aiuertcus IXdAy aJ.bLb.I" Emphatic: Denial Made .Is understood order went that lato totLe. c .1

t.wm* ekattered The e'r ualoa lower part of the C' uaLy. Flem their annual. election of oftlc.... Slt0eClrrrt, at I"'- 11)"a. take

red about 2 o'clock at sl.*ht tag Johnson the t..eh..r-ohl sea. after wfalcb the Msrerml lodc. unlt4 paaitc c.'. .I.. i. .. T.I.d4I f"aI- similar action .a

of Mr JoaaaOM. was weontitng a erDeot la a pubMc>>! l 1laUaUuQ C".r imoay A the otncl*(. of toe Louisiana bf .
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P> y7n Teller Arree4ed.Ipal "n whi.e a party woo cuttlag dews a Railway Fine Treating Mane PunnjjelBoston
the
eaaquet At
u Pytataa castle folLow. cad N *! *. *., aWe. SO.- Jae* tree to ('aptare a julnel, wa... the *U the InciAtltdoa. of o0c...r, ntaay .u prubab'P! by their' a strike' Dec 3OKy ,-. II:1.JjL.e"D

t.eee paytaf Miler eft Me leer... gun wa. &C'r d tttally Ucharve*. the lodges srsotng the c'ceaatva and en union a:..r dented tai empiove tono ba. bou.A'f

1MhMetaal bast, was sw.etrnlt1tlMlta. .*..l ktUlmc bits l.staat17. eylaeT tb. eloqaeat sAtresae. of yroatr was Imminent The any trouble l40fI C raberea. U. bUtnai. ac

waetraat .OergtaO 111. Ta. 14 W&80p..... of CeuwlyHchoal Laeat .i....ktN"an., Mss uals 1 1a- railway ao deny that beo\4 of the -letta.." falcb wo tsars
, t/r etlMeaLmeM obi e )I. ... there Is any for the Cl'1AbU''f'e' ..tAb.4U&!
1M' IN.v.etatereti' ConwaUWioer C. > > . Asvs tee ed ., thl. The atSOf'TofOe: t t sad OMH. rcxvrtl of 2 431.4Sptas )
eae t tie city fa..17" a point sod ester upon t&. ...wtcLgMevt ,ear tie IxxiUUua Rat'wsy and a ..

aAst11M'14 iws et a0a t oral_on* Ia the..CIOG.a. ... aarairs ei ataay by the 'IY.-co Naetgufoa baa bought tae mate Ie ass
{, :- f eyatem, 'I.u-.Jp4P tor next .ae&l4a' rate'.
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PROF.-FO3KETTS FUNERAL. ROCKY POINT FESTIVITIES.Good o sties

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;"On* of the Largest and Most Impressive People of That Settlement Hada *

Held' Here for Some Time. Delightful' Xmas Tree. r
One of the Duties of Physicians and
The funeral of Prof. A. J. froskett.; I Rocky Point I>f'( 'M.-The following Important

'?"the death of wh' JIM occurred on Friday; I.+ ;* luogrxm of the husky Point
the Well-informed of the World
If. afternoon was held from the Odd "el- I I K.ind'!i\. c.r.ol: ent r'n.t.rn. lit J'lul tuejlttr

1.', low a' Sanltai iu: ...uda)' aftemoou at j 1\\ wish. to i.t' thitJUrfh yo:.r '
l learn to the relative stand; ."l' re'is.bilitv'! of the leading
and children and is to as : ne' ; m',
2:30 o'clocic was one of tho most columns that the young
i t largely attended funerals Been In this lplI/i'le, who prepmd, the program doSt I ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians are the most car.i ..

and credit. the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and i
siE city for several years, about one hundred ixtiul: .prai-
known physicians and \\Yll-Informed thjjt the California
generally
to 1 _
having followed the rentalIIH to Their work was very excellent Indeed. :
their last renting place In ":verKrt''n I To the teachers who got up the Co., l 11\; reason of its correct methods and i>crffct cYiuipment'nntl the ethical chits ., '

.cemetery. This funeral was all the refreshments and decoration we wantto product has attained to the high standing. in scientific and commercial cm "
is accorded to successful and reliable houses onland.. therefore that the nun,'
more Impressive when the fact in say we thank them in behalf of
Company has become of the excellence of its remedy.
a recalled that the deceased, who had j: tho Sunday school. a guarantee

reached an advanced age, had nut a i I To the clauses/ that made such beau v TRUTH AND QUALITYappeal

tngle relative la the city. It was tlful presents to their teachers: we will

demonstrative of the high regard In I! say that beautiful thoughtfulness!: to the \VelI-Informed in eeryvalk of life and are essential to perman. .

g which he wan held by all, notwithstanding I shown a lovely spirit within.To cess and creditable standing, therefore wish to call the attention of all a1). .

the few little peculiarities I the Sunday school and Happy enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question < :

1 tt .Which he possf>Hsf>d. but whlcIT faded<< Workers that thought of their officers living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is l best ea. ',

into insignificance when it cornea to and teachers, we cannot find words of recreation, of ( enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may he made to c"r"

teem. respect and friendship. If adequate to express our pleasure and to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great ad\anr _

1' Prof. Foskett had an enemy in the joy at being so kindly remembered.The as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may invaluable" if taken ,v'

city. he could be placed by a hundred superintendent especially desiresto proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important tu 1 I"

..'friends. I express her thanks to her class for truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which !h l

the appoval of physicians and the world-wide of the Well-Infornu l b.
4, According to arrangement, mem- the beautiful souvenir they presented acceptance
j I of the excellence of the combination known nil and the method
'f'. 't>era of Mount Vernon Lodge K. of P.. and to the school and Happy Workers to original of m .'

I Center Lodge No. 11, I. O. O. I.*., and thoughts fall to express themselves ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. :I

:t Coif ax: Kebekah Lodge No. 2. I. O. O.I I for the pleasant surprise they gave f This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the nan .

ti, :i'., of which deceased was a her. The beautiful book will be long Syrup of Figs-and has attained world-wide acceptance as the most e\t. 'I ,it

..aaembled at the lodge-room IlwmbPr.l cherished as one of her dearest possessions family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna a'

P*.' 'from whence they marched to the for It expresses the love known to physicians and Well-Informed of the world to be the best ol r

:; Sanitarium where the first j that the Sunday school holds for their laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and FlSenna r

"; service was conducted runerui/ superintendent. -as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will alw".i I

;. g f lev. Francis II. Cralghlll / Q. A. OIl' son made a very delightful called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs; -and to get its beneficial clfects ,,'

i! Trinity Episcopal church conducted i Santa Claus and won the heartsof note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup' .

5,! the ceremonies at the Sanitarium a. the chlldrea at sight. plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for S.

y i beautiful:> and touching prayer being The Program-Part I. Figs-or by the full name-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as-Svrupof h

.; offered by Ilev. 8. II. Roger of the Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by California F>K: S

1' 'First Baptist church. After the con- Christmas Message.!: Co. and the same heretofore known by the name Sxrup of Figs-which bay t

> .elusion of services at the Banltarlum.a Prayer. satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists thr ,
Song-"Christmas Hejolclng. School. the United States in of site the .
a large crowd, proceeded In carriages original: packages one only, regular price it
j Address of \VelC"ome--John Samuel is fifty cents bottle.
j: ;to the cemetery where tho ceremonieswere per

I conducted under the auspices' of Crown. Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed a
Christmas Recitations and Drill-In.
""'the Knight of Pythias, with Col. 1. K. Secretary of Agriculture, Washington.. I ). C. that the remedy is not adult rat.

Webster officiating. Hov. Dr. Itogt>r rant class. misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June soth 190 .
Recitation-Krlc Flnney.
J -acting as chaplain of the lodge.

.I''. Thero was a great profusion oft Recitation-Janlo Darby. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
lt+ The Child King-George O lea son.
t fragrant floral contribution, the hand-
: SClUg-T.'nrhprl4 and Bible clans
some casket being covered, with plenty San Frnncisco, Cal.
"The Christmas lh'l4sago.IUa.Illu.
.to spare. Louisville, Ky. U S. A. New York, ,

; In all. this funeral wan a most 1m- London, Unhand.;
':.: Recitation-Taylor Crown.
'presslve one which was the best dem-
The Star of the Kant"-Annie R
/onstratlon of the tdiir-ere regard In ( rJw" zzii :: :
>J whlch deceased was held. -
"Stars for Christmas Tr.-I

ii" : logue. ------

:; THE CHARITY BALL. I AN INTERESTING TEST. ..,.r "!'"' ",II-1(' ;. .
Song-"Slowly, SIephcrds'School.Part "'f! ?
"''''':' 'A.l'sUl.:1.Vi'e:: !;.5.4F. iL: 'l...-.... r .:t.-'f::
.J II-Santa Claus.
', 'elks' Club Was Scene of Much Experiment Station Crowing Several
(} I "Merry ChI'IHtmu-I'llwln McDonald nOT'I.ED 'ot
I Splendor' Monday Night. Varieties of Lettuce. r-n
2 .dV
The home of lialmesilklodge Ni: Santa Clau<*"-Van Taylor. I I'or the next few das the lxl.t'rlIntlllll rw

i'S 990>J> 11. .". O, I I':!., wan the seen' of "Tho Rubber \lnu"-A1Ie.o: Crown intMit will 1 be piepartd" to bh( w a- !

, much gaiety: I and pleasure last nlKht.I I "(Christina Questions"-Miss 1 Nellie; tit the horticulture Kiot.ndH, near theKietMihouie

',. lae occasion being the thnrlty lull, Crown. (I \ilrh.ty tart In lettuce ..

i'A ,given for the ht'nt.nt of the' (!.iln.Hlllilibrary : Calling: up Central'--CJIlbert; ) CtlenHOII : .list. "III be Miiilll .blots of eight Brings City Joys to Country Ho: (l',
Amoclatlon. 'I he Junctionwas I
f .uletlH of Itttuce whlc'i!! hate show _

\ largely tended, being the first "Merr: Christina*" -:Martha Tax lor"Tlio up well It'r.\ some of whl! *h IIhlltW\'

q of Its kind held in tits .It). for some Telephone, Menage"I -:MabelMtlHttmld I trail h.irnrte/r mpei lor to the lilg ,,4's.. Bottled Coca-C ha, this advantay"- I f

time. Hixtoii Thlt. would l !ba expect. -ill* drawn from a fuuntain-the ever.r\ ':

, --- -- Song--"('hrl..,luaM i E\: ;'r>'where"SchoAl 11t'1U''d\1 I to the triul.trunit tho: e :het absolutely right.'here every it v i

Notice of Stockholders Meeting. I. luti.rented In tills worU I II automatically measured out there is r

Notice In IIt'r'hy Riven that the nnnual IJo" Annie for careies.-ness 1 hv a clerk. Dohcfro ,
i "Stnrs (iii ChriHtmiH: -- ----- -- I l
P' meeting tif thn nt< 'kholilers of hea and invigorates unit makes jx>!.'siblo drawing O'
Tln'lur. .
A Quiet Wedding.A I strength without loss '. hro ch alindict p 1))
will I or mjur> are many
Hanking Company .
: the Mlcanop .
,al "CItrlstlu t I7e" Kato Crown
quirt but happWfiMltiK w a'asol.uulii.d : on Crown Label arid be sure to
.g" Jttt held at tho general olllco of the nllin Clans' latest Team"-Willie !
,'} company at ?Mlenitop" KU,. on tho second Crown.Recitation. : at the I'rr.-bterlan. niaii" LOOK OliPORCOU DAII""tII"" ....r
Stliid.iv IIrt"l'liltt'n at 1 U''IIK'k. the roil
Tuesday In January r t(x, between -IMonsle' Crown. I i1uef
tracting: parties being A. Joseph "lav I
{tj,,. the hours of 10 and 4 p. in ",.h.. Creed.' I Hn-\\.ultt'r 'rown.
bur of Oinla and MUCusslc itevllleIof

f J. U. WATKINH. Cashier. "Two l.lttle Hto 'kings"-MinnieCrown. this dl*'. Re Ttiot. I". lla)' oTl; ; lotn In'f., .
t field the new .xtihiUvl ( rtv that \.r>' 'tot '
- elating.The I Ion for colored j'enp|". in the northwestern ' surd a bargain at the i i' uhIV.
Clara Me
tl OOOCOOCOC ti.inhii i of T --
4 The yt fi .rl\' r"4\clt'll\ lit thistit' ...:
a groom rni j . "
I Ifctnaldlreed but for MOIIIH time has ll*'>'d illurul.t ,
d'r.'I.t' thttr attention (it the nil lv 'rtlnietit ->e- which openViln" "
CU.IHOII
THEMYSTIC < .lhn"-IIt'lIr whvre he ls quite pnnli11.nt'nnInl
ChrUtiii.li Cand. which "e r:irr\' lit this |Issue of clock.. \% Ill be largel ,
NnllK'I.I the .
; the )oust |p"opb. Th. bride' the sale of thlilu... '
Me i iro|'.'rt\ It colored( peopleFor !
c lett. School. Is the harming dauxMer' of Mr. amiMr
.
"uu"I| > eii to hI''r: \ rare and l
Visit from ,IlItll'1I': and delly.ry 'III.-. \rreilondo but
: II. I. Ilex
RANGE *' fine Yurt
o:portiinitfor the colored j e.ipleof Over Si"ty
of present connected with the of .
t-tor
lieeti
has
Christman. <;ain,>-*\ ill,, to secure for thetnioeUoome Whitlow's n.'tbr.1C !abeen
ReolUitlon' -- :-hcht; After :
n. W (Compan this city.
The hyde
:
'*
taltinhle l lot .c
at reasonable
t en t
used for children
Rosa Cr twn I of She ,
salcslady
In the capacity wasa
price, and on very easy termVe mftec'v (1in
child,
the
dlo..I.A soothes
Ke S
I the
Song -"Ix"e > general favorite here. and! friend ,
learn from I'r .I II II ne!coal( and .It Uoloti. . allays all pain cures w t'.1f uI.
Is No Experiment- few words from the superintendt will Rte: her companionship up' \.i I '
< who &
reluctantlyMr are de\eloptiiK this proj, In the bent' remedy for durh.-:

Personal' Mention. ---- ---- -
lu,1Ir.*. Taylor left !ImmediateI

: TRIED and -- TRUE 'I'lie Illness of the belated cchooltearlur f I for (h'I."hlch plate they will

Miss lliin.in, curt a idiadowiver make their future home

,v our roiumuiilty which nofteuedtio
\SV liM\e shill them litres Y..*n. I j I
glow of our ChrUtmaM rejololnm "We tfl ld." j 1
*' and know ,, !hat ale II"'.
) '
'I ht' following <)ulne>'' 'Illo folks were
Those of our .olur..1 l nub"crH>ers
M 1} ChiUtmaiiUtlor* hen: :Mrs. I.. It
: who rend the l"'I..r| this III..rnlnIII
WliutM'rl and ti.1.luchh"It.11": ..ei. An
k BACKED BY A GUARANTEE t.., IntereitliMl hi the sale of tho".> flue
tile snit ttllt't.Irll: : J A. lle.il and
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y as strong as cl.ll.lren 1 I DANDRUFF UCHM.If THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANKHAS
Kldrldici Ro**eii. who IA home on a TO KILL THE I

GOVERNMENT BONDS. fish to his moili.r Mrs T K. IKttUarrUtnl I 1
.. t". ".'F ."....".. War .f "....11I I l
Jilt In Unit t" Inprevent at
". b feetl.. car.. i
our tn-rtutlful Christ. nots.tre. entirtalnmeiit BEEN MADE A SPECIAL
t \Iall.: >all.'I'111, I ,..motivel..... you .*. woman or A man with lax*
urlnt stray hair IOU may l.* aura n.'-
'oiiMriKtiou"U .t..... liuetl and I|
titer bll. jAmJrufT la mount to njrthlnc
a I'rf..vt IxkkerTHIRTY New Year Service. 1\ In nearly every e+_ wh..rw ..'m.n ant'flea
h.... thin brtttU htr they ow. it
He* Tho 1*. HA>'. |.*.tor of the hundred. of UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
to dandruff Theta a r rap.
I"r r V/ DAYS FREE TRIAL ."first lr.-.l>> lerliiu church will ct"n. I i ration that "claim" to cur .UrHlruft.

duct a New Y_r morning service at but not on. but NwbrIl rplKl. 1.11.!
, n.ls4ti n'f'( mlMK .
If .f..1 itwaiey
.
: tirlak11'ednesdsy you that nJrufT U lh result of . .rnt
:, tll\'ea >|I>IM-) KIM*! It, ., .....1 that church bfictnnlnii at bur row in r Into lb. .<-.:p .n., that ...'-
; T>ui "'r Illl.tttrl.' I..f.n, ),.n morn\tiic. to which, the public tnar>..nt car of dandruff and lt. CO..n.-
| U milted quvnt LaID..a. and b.).lnr.. rn ..n'y b.. 1'. -Ru-in*.<-* i... crowing very <*ti-
buy
bad br hlllliur lea grrm "':4 there i. no
rft.t.t.\rily in all othervny-*.
I I I..b.r preparation that w d*irov that' .
r -, U ..,....,.1. '. Americas (cur Itur .rta but N..brt'. Jt.rr. J.. -rv 'N'"
disk lihsxl litters' C'\.nQu'r. dJ ....."..L tn. cau.. and roe raw<.. th* .r*.ct **
SJUNESVILLE FUR HI I I. sold br lading dTur.'... 9fwt W, la
every llm.. It drlv*. out Impurltlea, _tamp foe _..p!. t.> TT'. II.rprW. Ox.Mlcfc. .

1 j TME COMPANY i tones the stomach. reator Infect: D.tre4t.. .

+ digestion normal weight.. and 1IfOt-.l j Tree os.-oil emu rue ft.04.Y -

,., ,h.-ltK. 1 I .a. Bot&oH A Gr.. aP4d&l AaeatA.


1t 7J. ., R i d"". '"" ...,.,,,...'r...::_....... ........ rap ....'.11.:.:,'k'...:... .....rt....ri.,;*..*""..* y iM'ft *""'"<. ._.\_.>'.-_' -.."..': )-"'''.''.''fAi.a. ,.. ''',. ... .1.'.



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DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE; FtORIlU. DECEMBER '31. 1907 .. .


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I NCW8ERRY NOTES. eTi
255"MURDERER

An E -- -pie Chrutmaa T..*--. With I}

1 DUY l f c Program-Other. Itevs.N + 1
CAPTURED IN : l Ii EATEMS -r./ .
.. '
: r. IVc. '- Mr.-; v harlk .
I I' '?. a\J two 'hilJI''u rt'hlrnt" iiASTOflIA "

Charged With Murder T\r! iiv from a week'Uit to In i.t
!3z"ee. .
IJl1 ; \ ': !II. -

-a I'."CO!" "'OVomi.u' Near Tiota.wt ( >Uf :St. re Is: Hv.-i.l- :.'+i. .Johnson: left Tut*day for -;- for Infant und Children. .

___
quart: *'rfor Sto\-. I.law ';, rte where he will spend th. c

"-IQ IN THE WOODS i 111..1. ; .. .*. suiting: with relative and 4:
- ; The
Kind( You Have
__ :'r.. i 1. ... i

But Clever V/crk of Vi: I Kate Smith of AUvtm.t U here

MJr sa Crousht? ? Fruit-Uula Wash- Heaters to Burn th.. ':II.'..t of Mrn. C. I). Ma>.. Always Bought

Cscer$ 1 Fr..k Taylor left ThurlOIfnr. a I
Murdered
AVegefaUePreparafionforAssim
i/l.tC" Said to Have Been i t"* -lavs.latt l In Atlant.t. -
Oil Wood and CoalIf latiftg iteToodandRcCu
Eacaplng.
ill Cod: Blood Murder Morn to Mr. and Mrs." Hen W,*th< r ting ihcSioinachs ttwlDcrwels tad' Bears the r

a negro who is alleged Intfton. IVcember ::Hh. a fine boy.
:irre'
Jim "llnlert'Lula Washington, :Mr.Lonnle Stuilstlll of Color.ian i I.

v JI."rIJ MX- uruau.< near. one of the camps you want tluIKST? = her.- M-itinu; relatives -.- Signature X iY 1

d the l. miner: Lumber Company at get the famous: "LILY iii-s i Ada Pierce '\'It'ltnlIchlla i Frcrmotea'DigesHon.Cheerful-<< 3
miles west of this I 1 nur-iiay. returning Friday. "
.1. abut: ton OAK" for ness and lk .CODtAlns neither of
dt1, on Sunday. November: 1-. has your hall i parlor Mrs J. J. Dixon of Live Oak Is the OnimjMorpbJne nor MiDUA1.NOTNAHCOTIC. .

captured In Duval county near or bed-room. Perfectin guest of her sUter. Mrs. Partin. this .

lee Baldwin n -at least a man who Is sup- construction ainl week ,. ..... \:
com
be: the man wanted. I Mr and Mrs. Carter and daughter,:: ,
peed to bustion of from soft .wr .,< LuciU,
the
The Sun:; contained mention of gases of Gainesville I are spending: '-
after It the week here of their daughter !?
carder a couple of days occur- coal ; has more }heating surface guests -
the. Tuesday morning follow- :Mr.- Code 13. 'Week. -
t lns In I ,
ft than Heati-r made
iti (It appeared that Duree. after an any ; Mrs.= tienrge PIckett of I.ln"k I h. i .

'arlUrJ lit with the ...woman left the heavy C<1o1ot": bowl 1 and :teel, ht>\'icltlnK her mother 'r:4. George f. --.I.wI
I .
,(tae lout returned shortly with a bun body-almost iI111)} os:ihlo, to Sin ish. C Use :'
contents of which he proceeded to W II Chapman left Tuesday for = ,

&t MXJ:: > into the: helpless woman. bum out : top and bottom ieorufa.;! where he will spend the hoi I. A Sour Stonu.wh.Dlarrtoeee

The affair! created a great deal ofe.tfrnnt draft doors to regulate the dn".'". .Fevcrish-
Worms jConvulsions
In the vicinity at the The Christmas tree at the llaptl F OverThirty
f1 : heat ; nickeled footrailsand; church ness and Loss or SLEEI 0 r
time Hurree succeeded in making his i i Wednesday night was ijuitt I

ff'art' but In such haste as to leave trimmings. a Miocess, The church was: decorated I TacSinrle slurs of

till acme barefooted and without a very tastefully and the tree i
Sheriff Livingston of bne.itIful appearnncol' .
ut. Ifcputy ,
$ .terry was Immediately notified Baird Hardware Comp'yand I ...'tnn I.. Porton called tin nuilleiui NEW YoRlC.

tad gate chase, but with no effect. 4 cether. and the following,:: tiresgrain ;

Xotblng furthtr was heard of thenegro was nicely reiulered: ,
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until his arrest In ,J"uval county there they all joined in and hada Song! -"Joy to the World. tht' l.ord CAST
'
uJ: the following account, which ai>- moot"" delightful dune, and at a late has: l'nnle', LxACTCOPYOWRAPPEM,

}surd in The TlmE'lI.Union of Sunday.oil hour the crowd retired to their r 's- ScriptureReading..
of interest In that connec "r'r.. h.. ..,W5..a.. ., aO NM.erw
fci Iiectlv- !homes, thanking \lr. and Mrs.itobertri. ;
Song-"\\'rl<'omp Christina." Mrs:
000.'hdt" an error appears In this assuring thorn that they had

arJdt' as to the date and the place of enjoyed thembt'lvft' and hoped thatclinic fort e'n and ..Irl"", .

the! shooting the matter Is explained would occur again In the near 1''I..r-"IHrth of Christ." :Mrs LlU \'. --. ---- -. ---
t.'I.to: ,',
In the Introduction:
future.
'Sheriff! Ho'ldt'n and Deputy Sheriff On the night. of the 27th::; In.*t.. therewas ,-<"lratl.in-"Why Kitty \\\uh.-.lllt'r
Task Jones arrived In the city last an entertainment gases ly Mr. Pact': ." P.>> ton PortMon. Jr. \IBSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY f I II
"
light from Baldwin having In custodyJim and Mrs. Jeff Perry In honor of their K'i itatl4)ii-"What Daisy 11'arlte'ei.| I

Turree' a negro who Is charged bright and charming little daiiKhur.: Jewel Smith. .''1
S.mu'Chrlnt \Vas. Once a Little 11 n oo TTO rmi t.* wit!! murdering!: a negro woman atVberry Miss Uula. The crowd gathered
Child." :M\rth Culltnsfte.'tt.tti.ni'The E. E. MQ-R.
Alachua county on NuvemMr. VOYLE. f
. promptly at half-past seven and enjoyed .
.,) tm-nisflws until a late hour as Stylish Church ,b.tr.ot. of Title And full information furnlhf'daudhl..: land l. Ih
Several days ago Sheriff Dowden It was understood some of the crowd Kob rt Sn.lth.jSolo OOODt;. Oar manner ha lived In this eountr thirty y.a... an4 ',
tftf.MA Information to the effect that -"fnto Us a Child N Burn" I I- thoroughly conversant with Und till*.
was K.>III< awnv on th* 1IIIIInl ':t
tic n<'trru was in Duval county, and he train. There werenrlou<< kinds nfganiesi. Mrs, l'utines.Recitation"Merry! ,
imaieUiately: started working on the : Chrlstinati." Leo -E. -
At eleven o'clock therer. ETO Y LE.
i P"Iuel'r .
tw Yesterday morning he secureda refreshments and cake JoIt'rn'.s.|
which led him to bE'lIt"that (itlirtettr"S<>llg of the AnKelM." IF IRIS. ACCIDENT.: RURUI.ARY ANIINDEMNITY I.NHCHANOKt ftepn. E'
the mro:: was in hiding near lUld 'j n*> ladles, prtfentvrr.' :MlinwMntt << .'ar. and :Mrs P rt. Kortunn. MTU. .D"nK number of prominent Amorlenn and KnirlUh: I .umvanl.. ,
= !.' Jennings.Vlma Jt'nnln.c i Lu inker ar.il :Mr Weekn. HfcAU KSTATK AND O1TY LOANS :
.n la "t.rn'Iarrl.= .' Turm-r \ .1111.( 'on.4. c-::;.a1ns: "' rt'Ir'e F'lrrirlrr'
Th -.hfriff. accompanied by Deputy I It'ltatlnu'TIIt' 01.I 1 :: II'" Story _
i.illle =Morgan. Uosa Itobe'rtb. HrttlfMcCarrl .
Sh. tt (F ank Jones, left for Baldwin MNAtitha Orn"I i
;;
= y and I.lva Jnta-'; :Messrs. 'I'I'I'I'I'.I"\ I" I" '" 1"Ilf I\
Smith!
>uet--"Holy Ni ht. :Miss nod
It n 'jirf yesterday, and started out Inw :
Charlie Tradllck. John Tltomno.: S<'"tt _
.t the After :Mr nlt'eitalien'i' i _
they
got
negro. Huh'rhe Jlni Xetroucr. IvTl r I'f rry.l ,!
c! 'run at Italdwin they secured : Cornish Carol. \
.oul< Manning. "'1 11 t.' Ullf' Mr.Iteynolds : Jt JtI
I did dro\e south coming :Mi* M Jo'"t.tltr.II'a.l : iRocltatlon __ You Are Insured.
John
Hurt Xtrotier. '
t, if.v'' ".-\IIf\I.l ami Nellie' .
ltotlf'rtM..or.tlt'ri I : r lHiford i iI
Ii. which the sheriff and hisi'puty I ray.
1 ': had put together/: Mornaii f )uet-"Tlie "..rl' 11.,1\ Ulaeii," \1rI' .11 a Curul.al' that u 'J..r.a'I., ) IU(.- n I' "ee), Corr.elly'
p" 1 Oe a good one.' and after .1. A. Roberts and brother \\-. T. S Portion iitnl,l Mrn. Tucker i \\'IU"" Ul Ills Liberality ul J'ono) t uiitr t't steel the O"'IIIIa.I' ;'

K :s 'he woods for several hours UobertH rt-turm-d >*.t t*'rdny from KItation-."Th.. Christ Child" Mrs __ a' I..,.... 1'rutnplly ". .1.

t!. "*.d their man. The negro Ora 1*\, w h.re they Kpfitt+ tile hollJnys: ('r'11insiterltation't.tnta 04 t.You
'II. with their si-ter. :Mrn J..1. (tt.ii! >ll.T Claim In Com i ie
i-tely eurpriaed' when the Are Assured
". i, ;roachcd him as he wan ('. P. :Mclutyre. who was ,picked' up hlle"" Flolwrt Pox ,

II: mprrsHott that he had one In tht A. ('. K yards ut CahifMtlllunrou .. Santa antis .\rrlvea.-"Panic: !jChrltitm.iM'
mornlnic. t I" Tv.-- Thai no ..rlnu. ii,.. can u".rCIH"" you w&ttlCll11 you h... on>. 4
ff ... cloMn v.'ate.rd.ty
:ula//:('d to throw hln &par .
t... '!1t.i track. slowly Imiirovlng The ciune: of thin :->ongP"nedletlen. 1_ .fu" l:!

- handcuffed and brought to accident III not known. an there are / I z,
tt! : night. He Is now In a cell no l,rnf.<*>" on hl'n. (* Hi luctor Hlohnn i _
_
Fire L Life Acciileut and Health lusurauce.
county Jail. where ho will !"on has'" tak.-n him to ileeehslle. SOOTHES AND HEALS. .I :
r' 'J J the authorities of Alachua wh.>r.' tis wlf IH I at pr-v..nt :

"I." fur hlai.i ------ HyomcJ Give Quck: Relief In Catarrh J- tutee but Ite-h.bl. ('oogu.i., It.tr..ntee.Fi. ,

1 marked: with killing a TO CURE A COLD IN ONE: DAY Trouble' Wft

'II. !ti.e i name of Lula WiDthincalleged ;- Take I.AX.TIVJIInOIO: Quinine I wine In *i"ii'l use H>'oni. i at ,

s'. ; that h.* and the Tablets. Druggists' refund money If I th- flat wurrli.i. >f catarrhal tri>ul'"l llio '' 1VT. CvsxhIAr7 ,

' 1 J -Im'o'ord.*, on the night/ It fills to cure. I:. \\". GKOVKS signature -' not lt tb* A. e.-e e'*t tn t.* r 21. and without the Is on each box. 25c. I tb- 'l...lk-at ran. n ..mt..ran\.- itr.t / Inform.'!.." e>..-rft ll7 furni.h
a. : vocation hf drew a re- dolly voina fr : the! !.1C' tu th' ....
I ."' '"''''''''' "' ,, .1'.1',. ''' ,
dhot the klllln brourhi.il fji+
woman, Held for V/.fe; Crating.Mi throat then** li. a
t. The sheriff" did a cl"ver : /- fa f'f> II1rLea, aced then downward until the, !UI.K" -

;Ie. f \II, ,rk In the" ('A"**. and the ar i jh' mI e'', .1 t TO |'tl t..-1 T .' pI.: are reached an"> "''i Sr.- in datiKr: -,f ..

.p i.** tro will prove good nowsAl.trhua Mort "a t'.e Re'-rpt eS/e fn ..cpa'n.! connnrnptinnIn .

t : county authorities I thAt tet'...eC: ere ot t!:e te.'t orcler I I Ilyommi I. a.. uniformly .'1" "" .-1

,, .. U-tjlnnlnK to think the al- OfTr'T' !< rrnV'na! the .up again btm i.' rwrtwie this. r' "'rush and dun- r---t FaySholesTypewriter

I-. .' .'. rt>r had male BO...I hU es sail he ece' hl. wife uarn.relfttlly aaji I I
,. I th.-n lb.h.r out of the hoa" all I la.. trw risk an"! sitr.esP.: : ....!)... f.',, f a
:- W I Ir. because: bA had a :V.t ti-> stares to drtak.i' H '
Kennell wa notin ><| the mrn> If an,fOil" tJ- -
' H*. rot A :Mirht I nr.w fr cl.ru.lI..n..... !lrefua'm,I
"f the nuppod murderer. '' -l coil .lo--. n '' ."t rHVflf !
a': \' ''iid.iy fret ckiwinvillt.* to' anti was r..a.llh"t1 tu tae state ...ln the ta..- "f Mvorofl tali m Jy .

4. "' "f his prliu.>nr.. GD the: other ch.rjt-, COO""j I ..ii ulll wm fire thm fh" ..r-n.i. *
.1'ktunlElgilD: :
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i br-.ih. dr.if.pln/ trio the thrit rt':
Woman Burred to Deat'e.Montgew.ry. T II Po HEIST
"WE I all .th.reatarrlsI
NEWS rbttric1 frota th rise en "
FROM ROCHELLE.
Ala i*--e' *.*> :ftM .
.yrr.t ..rI' are rnre-4 T".. ..u'111.M: lE=M THE MAKKKTnnBOABD
. (.".rollr... KuMtolt.! an mil "(".man ilvr
"' --3 People of That Town Have l Ire alene! !In a shire n -sr !F.es5tab..ro I,' raaipl.te outfit ",eta but II 'esoil Jw "
r -
[.eyed a Fine Social Xmae.i1"e i was found dW"rtda, 'he ...td"'DI MrC'ollviB f'., 'tM..t rn,l> t/-' refund UnlYfl\5Al\ i ;: y-1 rchine.-

!0 .Ohrbtmaa has result of being bnrns4 to '-atb 14_. tb* mott.T if It ... not sure es .

r\ quietly.1 and .-%-rybo was lying on the hearth &',t hf"r e4 t.lag. ... tJII rrh .

. ..n/ny: thtoDI'.h. ruitpeople _... that un t.r set bo..s.nUr..ly ... w a. i
.. ..utc fc. there buM oft. n. woao.D llr....Jto Stacie record rsrbt/t. typ."rlt.r r'te' 1ht..t ni 't I. J shl..t R.'ua/'DC'/ 7h. z

:, 'nf.thlne doln<<' most everv &lore. aM 00'- know t how! :rG. 5 Clad tarns for l I..cal s -rk for .*.. at Tb ('ban'J'' on a.g...J ".,111'. of lh_ 'Wo' 1

f'hrtiitrxum night w.. hal. D-n "_Ii. Hun oee. C.. rh. ....) ''+'hCl., ION r.,. t.ol.. In

ItttlXma.. tr. The ... .
ars..1 fJ.ID.'.ktl. than say other mach4A. '
u rarrl-l out very nicelyas \ ;; ... ..-r ..'ac : ? __ e' n t .
,. nyoyM by all pre *nt. *n.l tf t uA.. etctrr r :K : eta r.-o.. Ftzc
: Y b.anrJ.on I'rnta that 0'-1 Coug I ns r .-.tt.arab-te f: .'a.D!. ; : . Tor iato by. . .
-OS .aa. a .:Y ft'-lo'r4"\C.: 4 '.. :
a.a,r were ''Unnumt.-N'd
1'1 l< ,
.. 1 i' .. [.C"'C man" gtn.1 ttly" en Alt ,
< e-ath.rf'd at the | i.... .- ..! tl' 'c. oJ I ,
a J it .. rt r .., r. : 1'::: .e f"4c.-
r .I 1.e' ,.ser we't '
Mr j .
and Mr. W W Roberts, :. .: I




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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA DEGEUiSEftf, 1007


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0000 GOO *00000000 1J years old, and was a quiet f
gentlemanly young man who had


STATE NEWS\ IN BRIEF I friends Gabriella in that Coloslmo.section who killed I Whiskey of Merit -

seph .". Llambloa of St. Au !

over sixteen years ago has Ie i
rested and In In jail in
t Pa. Sheriff Perry of St. Johns THAT is the only kind we ever distilled an,t
OOOOOOC.KJC
K'. has been notified and cads That is why our whiskies sell over
{Halcyon Hall at Mama will open fore come recognized: as one of the greatest the -who an'
Snerift Sabate to IJrooks\lll' a't over to customer was satisfied with th,
season on the 10th of JaJiliary. celery-producing sections of the world,
an\d continues so---that is
first order
-- why
for .
the prisoner. Every effort we en
)i* \
hotel was one of the properties even rivaling the neighborhood of: the confidence of thousands.
made to the criminal when
capture
evolved by the failure of the For Kalamazoo. Mich., In this line. Owingto is either
crime was committed, but without Whiskey pure or something else "U .
Las National Hank. the great value of the crop, and the
cess. Coloslmo left this country select all the grain carefully; use only pure water
and Increase the
desire to advertise
went to Italy where be remained age to full maturity in our own warehouses, and
l Daytona Fort 'Pierce and Wes annual output, the rallroadj 'jift>e ar- sist that our whiskies reach the customer in In
til a short while ago when he original
|Palm'lleach city councils have passed ranged an excursion from Kalamazoo This
packages. protects the
.' ed to America thinking that all us-protects customer
Itnances compelling property own- and section to Tampa whiob will be from invidious
safeguards our goods
adulterations
of his arrest had vanished with ,
ion the principal streets to have taken advantage of by a large numberof by middlemen.Our .
Cen>ent sidewalks laid. experienced celery growers of that many intervening years. He was whiskies have for
no equal in
. : taken however, and ,now he will use the sickroom ,
number of whom
quite a
'It section may
and
wholesome
being tonicy to
y 4'4'J the fair Is in progress Tampa be Induced to locate In the celery-pro to answer for his deed. I I ; ,they are the best to serve your friends weak ,stomachs the\

''entertain the German, Spanish dicing sections of Florida. will appreciate their purity and enjoy their
rich
As Mrs. J. f:. with her
Italian. ambassadors William Jen- Shilling mellow flavor. The natural vim and vigor of the
p'' Bryan Governor lloke Smith Sheriff Perry and Deputy Sabate of simril children, passed' the corner Corn and Rye is concentrated in pure liquid form
St. Johns county had an exciting timein Franklyn and Kay streets in
::4.\Dany other notables. in each of the following brands:
the woods last Friday night In i an unknown man said to have

/The Pensacola navy yards are gettor search of a negro criminal whom they a negro or dark complected EXPRESS PREPAID

: the gunboat Machlas In a searorthy caught The sheriff received word rushed at the lady and grabbed at Four Full Quart (gloss)
condition In order that she that John Thomas had shot a fellow purse and a diamond ring which

,i$depart, for the New York navy negro at the Cummer Lumber Com- wore. The courageous lady, Finest Kentucky ATTIC Bourbon . SIN Pure Old BLUE Cora LABEL. . . $IOQ
dB, where she will be completed. pany's camp near Hakersvllle and that almost unnerved by the attack of
tr the injured negro was liable to die. man grappled with him and WILLOW DALE RYE ALLAN SINCLAIRS
Old and Fragrant . . $LU Georgia Corn . . . u.y,
;The pla /and property of the IVnBaola The officers located Thomas' cabin In to hold fast to her purse! and
-Water Company, which has been the woods but as they approached the meanwhile screaming for nld. Set !

iQrchasod by the city, will be turned lamp In the house was put out and citizens ran to her rescue. but The Swift Creek Distilling Co.
Thomas tried to make his In until the thief had escaped through
.er to the city on the first of thepear. escape (Incorporated)
This will mark the first owner- I the dark. The officers were too quick alley with Mrs. Shilling's purse %

hip,,o{ a public utility by the city.The for the man. and captured him beforehe be only succeeded' In wrenching LOUISVILLE, KY.
... r had gotten far. Thomas Is In jail her after almost strangling her -V We Distill It-It's Right.*
Ministerial Association of Mi- and will be held awaiting the result then only through the breaking off

011 has planned for the greatest unrevival of bin victim's Injury. Its handle, which was left In the

meeting ever held In that rasp of the lady's band when

A monster tent seating over Aaron W. Hosier a farmer living pur e- natch..r ran off.

o people will be erected. The' near Halford was killed last Friday

'Ing evangelists of the world will night by a train on the Atlantic CoastLine Big Opera Coming Here Tonight.On

present rail way, The fearful tragedy Tuesday evening December

'he Florida Fast Coast railway has took place at 11 o'clock at night; but at the Gainesville opera house

ntlnued the holograph feature nothing was known of It for two or well and favorably known I

!,"their mileage books. heretofore three hours afterward when Jud Prince Comic Opera Company
")
singers have been required "toilsh frowning returning. from a party open a three-days'- engagement
their photograph to be posted came upon parts of- the- mangled body will present for our notice the (' c i

iplcuously upon a sheet In there Young Rrownlng reported his grew- nently successful comic opera "

book.'Thomas some find to persons' living nearby Pasha." with a wonderful array .

8. Parvln, treasurer of their and an Investigation was at once In- gorgeous costumes beautiful |

Talking Machine Company, is tituled. The unfortunate man was and a chorus of dainty girls who !

'.'Jacksonville aboard bin trim little literally cut to pieces by the heavy been attracting considerable notice I/
it. Hazel from Philadelphia. The freight train that had paused over him account,, of their unusual beauty G
t"has just completed u vojugw of but enough of the head and face were excellent: voices. The company I f VEMIIE

miles without a single accident left Intact to admit of recognition by portlnIr.. Harry Lea Velio, the 4;'.
of the those who had known him. knqwn l lyric tenor Is said to l>e
mar the pleasure trip. -....
....,. strongest that the management I is the Best
lilt Arthur IMckirng! a young white assembled together in the ten. A'fro
Cltlsts of Peiisacoln are very -
at the destruction of property man of Brn t. near Pensacola was accidentally this attraction has been on the :1.1"f I of AllThere
killed. Pickering accordIng Including such names as 1 try on
\, Lee square Christmas eve. The !
cannon that were recently placed to reports and his brother had Wilbur Cox. Ixm Chancy !'
become involved I In Olendon, Nat Solomon) and the :\ I
a quarrel t>\ersome .
'
were thrown from their mount ore many mill order whiskir.' on the mnrkct Sunngoodsorry
trivial matter and warin thenet I llse Gibson Grace WaUer.) ;\ I
and damaged. It will K<> quitewith nthf'fwlM".f' are |I'rullAhly the only whiskey ell
the vandals! If they are ai" of striking when Arthur I'It'k..rhIK.whn Dal.lllr: llr..t Ivfng. Leslie (* I IIxxiNe tillers who make n i'prc.isity all u study of medicinal wlibkittttro << '
Bhended. had a idiot gun In his hands reerned aNy VaiiKhan. Adelaide !
\' the and I! Adair Trlxle 8le weapon gripping It by
Interest in the Flnrhla'I1I.'lnh'r h the name wr hue jri\rr our hljili-grade corn er r\'
,
the barrel, was using the xtoc* with White and the llonuty Choru (' ......
Itlon in Jacksonville ban spread whiskey tmule by the<< "Priiuititr: !.thl"I<< and especially r .tuiiifniied
jna Florida Into Georgia. A opeclntimlttee which to keep ilk'" brother from reaching sent well In_ advance nt Millar's I << nail prfscril! l hy ph.idan'f anti specialists for imnlulAtro '
him shoving him when nuddenly
from the Savannah Cham by off and cumalcstents. ,
.
of Commerce' Ions arranged for a the gun war discharged the con Children' |

INrannah day at tie. exposition, and tentsitring the abdomen. The Favorite tonic Is White's Cream [
.Idosta ban nlno taken up the matter young man wits Immediately takento mllt+ge. the curefor worm and I Rye or Corn is Express Prepaid
his home, where tie tiled about three
children's diseases.; It not nly |
"tt pedal I day Southern Lines
on Express
.
hours later. The deceased.
wn only tho worms but removes the (' j,

IA. recent Issue of The St Petersburg mid slime in which they build J
{pendent na>'H: 'Today marks the 1, nest Its action on the child !14
fenth year slice I.. (V Hefner ur and leaves him In a healthy (' Four Full Quarts $3.40
t..OPfDA tlOUSf." Joe anlel.. Stirniar. Tenti.. }
In the < lly, I lie s+tyit lie came nays
but fifteen entH to hilt II III lit'. Tube .. ho gave ono of his children \\' Shipment assorted as you like

hUM one of th<' bir."eHt ami most Cream Vermlfugo when the )
and anent listS thought it had colic and from the a
perutiK gnx'ery Dec. 31 . .. Tilt whikry p i In South 1 Florida Starting TUESDAY. dose the child p.sod )
worms. Sold by W. M. Johnson.Oldlst I f"Ulul"it| Ixniqiirt It i I. rich in nourishment nnd tissue uiltlin
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J>ri>|>erticH. and acceptable to weak and ticlit'ate btomarh.1.
trn*.t IU1I u lu-Kro of ..Iu'kmlt.t'Ould .
not r..I"t the temptation Living Yale Graduate.
The Musical Hit !
seat. I some fresh country "MUI4UKt'! ,Big New Maven Conn., Dec, 30.- "Ask the Revenue Officer"
hU employers--filth. Itltbunl- _. much disputed question aa to who
A Conroy w Ith the result that lie the oldest living Yale graduate

t the night at |1..11. heiidiiuarterx, decided l b7 an official statement Every !shipment gii ri ntcctl to please and satisfy or men:
to ponder how nice tht'Y wouldt BECCAR by Hev Annon lhelp Stoker, F refunded prauptly.t .
rotary of the Yale corporation .
t when cooked J(1)u,1 and brown
e' __ PRINCE Clve the honor to William Davis :
"i- a retired lawyer re l>itnic In Pro -=
A. Nellnoii. a young man of denc. lie na member of the {' ,
laacola. wall stMtbed by an un OPERA of Htfi:: ant wa born In I"IS, I
wn negro nt the corner of I"nUutroet alumni' are oU'er! In >cir than I

1)eRuto *. From what cnn COMPANY 1<":>. ce.'rif > T. Spencer class! R. M. Rose Co.
rued the anoault UIHMI the young: of IVirnlrs, N Y. anti O::ette- ): I
was wit tlout Irt\\'t\'ntlun. The -_. -, Ion, cia..s t 19, nt Concordia I .&
titlon of tlie young limit I* notnvaa Isjtb uf s'.e'n were fn-rn In til4 I

> as the knife did not I> t, Music Laughter Girls -- ------ i Jacksonville. Fl:.

Fiany1 great depth" t'IH.tmh'l _. --- Itching blwdln I'FOtrulInc or \
4 pile ylrld l to ">"tan' () I Atlanta, Ga. Chattanooga. Term.
lorlda has tiring h'C"'tlt > .ear t"w :t\t'U1"t. Sonts Knilyat Miller'*. tlironlc ruccored .. m.wm rolle\eti, fl,.'

I'nucc ltotA nil sell It. Ii

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I :i
i!I Christmas ,Holiday Rat** via. S.
CLOCKS FOR EVERY PURPOSE I board. II Order from nearest point.

I Account Christmas and New "
In'r)' k1nJ I ,". .' .. w lilt h M ("I'k ta- '....i I' .1.-.1.1 ) i holld.itM the Seaboard Air l.lne _
\\\1\ Ii'hl l MM IM .n' "in litlliierou- e.tyl.-\ IUI.I: 1 ,.. ,., -
i wnr will use a rate of ono and
t It*.k.* that arv \ "."tiieiilMl sit' nrt'-ti. illy{ t" rn-,' ,.
third straight hr.Iua' t-<'nt n
t 'nt |i..rf.. wi'l I .d".r.t..1 l tatin' lrwi: -i.sy-. cents, ..lth a minimum rate: of : MISS Au THOMAS
I'.r curry rt"'iii in II. i ,."..' Mi .1 l fir ertln > 1"1.-' T'-u w'l!I N'utll. for the round trip between PUDII EA E.E.
.l tlwm li.'''' Ml |>rui... Ik.ununc with ....*.t'i it fur .\!..ni> 1'I.s! .k* .
point*. Such ticket wilt b.C'n
tier U-t Kitflit-IUjt:
< tv-cmbr 20th to 55th. 1I'C'lu-hcr. I.>.. COLDS
... ._ ._ TEACHER OF PIANO
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comber 30th ht and January l G RIP P It R.m...

4--=-L C. SMITH Gainesville, Fla.- I Alt ticket limited returning to the .eh... and f-.rUhncaa.tM Caw.. 2O! N. Ar-tfon4to Street

uary fib, 144I. c- ) ... ....-. -PUPIL. &OLtCITEDF' =-

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DAILY SUN: OA1KFSYIELE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER air 1907 1 1f


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A NEW YORK VIEW. t ,
V PETE RUHU'S LATESTA .
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,!t -_ gtLtfl. The New York Commercial refer I i .. ulence of what via ... the

to .'Jot"ldn'w Senator in the follow soil i 'oduce., Chas, I.imon ,>n< ot Safe and SLire. \

iftu. ;;: +.1 .> ee at u&1 ie.ytlle.,1.. ing interesting manner: the IU"'I.l irs of the clerical : .r toI

4 uo::,d-errs man maner._ _ On the reassembling of the United I the I-1>it. d States:: land office, w ,hislde to-

..- .prdltorrnd PihUiIher.R States Senate and after Senator Talla- In East Gainesville> br.tuiihi IU
'UI"KY --- - ferro of Florida shall. have duly introduced I the .
.. i>itu Tuesday! 11IOrnlltn '
.II"1 ,. ..., .. City 1.dltOf. I his!
;; F. : Tlappointed colleague turnIp] of the purple top vai:*'t\ \\flwh

'".r Supt Compo.!n, Rooma. and the latter :hall have presented his was ru,,1 in his garden

yxPr'p- credentials and have taken oath >foHlce. 111- turnip was as large ,a*< a +m 10(

K-:' l tilTER BtOCK. there will be a genuine \\'llllamJ <"O"U.III':1.: and was very tlrtn MrL.ini.
,. TS&&PHONS C32.la
Yam IJrjan In the upper chamber of the .'n states that no extra" car was

--= y" .ubhshcd every morning ex-: Sixtieth Congress-his middle initial taken :n its culture, and that his cut

t IS x 0""_ ,.rrj bv carrier In th*city or nappens to stand for James however tlr- gr., mth will run like the sampleas
w the 1..lted States, postageMi1'u
1'0" r, mouths: 'I.as three not for Jenningv Hut his n,.ime I is an .i\rage.-Gainesville Sun::
o"
; IJ e Jr
refcrf'' rear DI' f-" five w ._lrictly inYssr. bound inevitably to draw attent'on! to You are not In It, Hro Me A few

: him; and Inasmuch a* the unexplreil: days ago< Fair Commissioner!! h. SYRUP

dada ,. ,_local column 10 cent. a line term of the late Senator Iallor)'. burn made a trip to the Lake" Okeechobeo -

; -and? ;Scott for each additional which he has been named by Governor section of Lee county where hemet "

[a..'"'ta.ertun Hroward to fill will not end until a mm who is farming up there

n. advertising made known onea March. 1909. and the Florida COUGHS. COLDS, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING I
legislature He wanted fine
Crf',t<1'.1> told the man he some CURES
SORE LOSS OF VOICELOOSENS
ytttar that will elect a Senator for vegetables for the fair and was promised THE PHLE&M ANDEEASES EXPECTORATION. i

-. .*'e.k s.un i.an eight-page, forty. the next full term does" not meet until turnips as large as a half-btrre!. HEALS THE LUNGS and Prevents CONSUMPTION

11 puV>ii..h J every Mouday and April 1909. the appointee" has i most This is no joke, and some of these .
?
.. -octama all the news of the excellent Endorsed by the general PUBLIC the BEST remedy for
'y, and opportunity to demonstratehis I turnip will be" on exhibition at the as

eet fsa toatate! and general, of mnd the will United** fitness for the regular succession, i State fair Tampa Go down and look Children's Croup and Whooping Cough becauseit

kd j. ro-t.A"C Canada free. for, |to i.co any m ,..r-rt..r-ID advance. If he possesses It. He: Is one of the them cuter llro. 'olcCrE'nry.-t'ort contains Nothing Injurious. The action of Ballard's Hore-

lII'dor youngest men ever to hold a eat in Mjtrs PressKvervhod hound Syrup is mild and ben n.it is adartcd tomfantsl\swell

as .jTrrtuin* b IU become due after tintReasaceuf the United States Senate-.onlyy I about )' who knows Pete Ituhl adults of every variety of temperament and constitution
dxertuemenl., unlearn otherwise
known to ua thirty years of age-.comes of an old. editor of The Press, will vouch for the
Partita
m contract. not Read This RemarKable TestimoniaL
/paned nquircd to pay for advertising in ad- time family of 'Crackers in Orange truthfulness of any statement ht

.. M Addr.-. TUB!: DAXI.Y BUN.GAUuvU4 county. 'South Florida' so-called. and makes \\'. have seen some very MRS. B. W. EVANS. ClaarWatar. K.... write*.--"My husband

.aa VI.&. is a well.known lawyer and politician large existenceboni was sick for three months and the doctors told me ho hid quick cOn-
turnips during our ,
sumption. Wa procured a bottle of Ballard Horehourd Syrup and
--- of Jacksomllle.\ While his appointment l many times" larger than the one It cured him. He is now a wall man but we always kocp a bottle

is the trusts, and protected Inter- does violence to the unwrittenlaw raised h>' Mr Lamon but we have yet in the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary di*.aa....**

| control. this Republican Congress.lot or political tradition by which one to see tine as large as a half.barrel.Hrotlu Easy to Take; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed

course there will be no tariff re- Florida Senator has almost invariably I 'r Ituhl's statement that they T71KKJC .SZKV: 2So. .sOG. .'.00.

I torts __ been a resident" of the western sectionof : are: produced In the l.ake Okeechobee BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO.. ST. LOUIS. MO.

the State-both are now JaokMmllle : section of lee county Is sufllclent. maHMHaHLi

If the .'ears retrospect Is not who!. \ men-and a spirited..contest Is hnw.r'e take his word fur It.

ly ,plw-ine! turn to the year's prosit. already in the shaping, for preber\liig: / and hate not the remotest doubt thatIf SOLO AND MKCOMMKNDKD '

anJ i,Ian an adequate advertising that tradition the young Senator mayysucceed w. visit the State fair at TampaIn vv:'_ JM:. croisiisrsojsr

e<t'algn' In breaking It. Jle belongs to February we will see these Immeiifii ,

that faction of the Florida I..mocra..ywhich turnips, as well as cabbage as
Senator: Tilhnan believes the President ESTHER 8. JORDAN W. W. IIAMITON
opposed Senator Tallaferro at large as u hogshead/ and potatoes as

u a "patriot "but does not find the last Senatorial election but It Is large as a sugar barrel

1 Mm! putting' any one 1 In prison," even not believed that the senior Senator 1 t

I tee malefactor of great wealth : will employ his experience: and prestige One hundred and ten acres of land JORDAN&COMPANY

--- has been purchased at Little Ha 'ou. a
- in any way to the advantage of >

With the fleet off his hinds and his young colltaguo It 1 Is ,possible, Indeed few miles nut from St. Petersburg for

Taft back safe and sound President that this new aSl'n<"itlon may the erection of a sanitarium after the INSURANCE

IWtI M\tlt is finding an outlet for his serve to heal the breach between the tattle[ Creek idea. Arrangements .

.ICb-rant spirits l, In hunting turkeys. two factions a rupture of long stand will noon bo made for the erection of PORTER Bl OCK OAINlSVILI.H. f-'l.ORIDA "

Ing in Florida politics and one that the main building and cottages. The

T. t'tl! real t"ltntE'-Or to try to- sanitarium will be open the Mar c
has 'often
too proved seriously Injur
nth: at the aid of advertising Is to lous to the general welfare of the round The St. Petersburg Independent Fire Life and Accidentnrmnrnrmmmmnrmmmmmmmnrnrmmmmmnr a:: .: .II' ;". .nld V.:

_k an> buyer rather than the buyer State." commenting on the matter, says;
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ltd -fc m (It should be most valuable. I This Is the biggest project which hascotoe
:
St In the
-- Major Sidney Herbert who has contributed to Petersburg history ,
I 'r ,- 'If the "hold-fast" spirit Inuit I "
: so many interesting articles (>f the citvThousands
.'r -::is: the courage" that has E: ESTABLISHED 1809 A'e a
on various subjects to The Savannah - - -- - ---- -
reach.!) J 'h.- Sticking/ point"-nvlll find
sews celebrated his
IIe\.nt.fHtb Hare Kidney
itu ,. for what have sell
r to
; you or a.1r
birthday at his home in Maltlind. Fla.

.*!: it what you wish to buy.IT on December lOt h. Referring to his Trouble and Never Suspect it. i i

life he says: "I have seen the birth rrctnlmrr tar Hlilury ..|.*-....>. H. F. DUTTON & CO

r.."''d that'f'W:; York brokers of thousands of modern Improvements :M."t |-<. pie t}. II ,t r<<"...I.c tie at{.irmi"g -

hal' ,aping jur duty by payh i mcr .vac atiJ rcui.trlw.it>!<". {'rrt'lUncyP
and Inventions; was early lu the t..h-- .
nit: "_ reupon The :New; York ( kidney.Icd': <<: (. ,
graph and railroad business, as will '- \\'lull J
"JTT1 *-
C. remarks that from recent I ) DE2AI.I-U5! 'IN
editorial hartu'tllllVa" nierntx of &o"rdc"are the
: a -n i
|ol*. of 1 "I.
the
Mock market It '
the first Y, M C A ( Bog ton) In Atner- 'W'/v, / rna!'t ci mm '11
Wl t? hate I been cheaper to \\vAVvf i/ dive saes tint e
v ; {I'f- I
lea. and th n the second I :Vrw; York I ; I
\ lfrA y' i-Ari-- ? tali: they are

----- association! I am the only man who .......,TFV\ '/' 'J ale"..t tlc, I.ut
-- --- became an expert operator of the \ ;.:-n ie.l, I liv, Sea Island CottollAc'

,. \niK Increased the sal. Morse, and the Mouse. and the lain + ,& X,,, ..t.u.1 >!
,,
11': "lIltJt'r8 :.') per cent now v"
I.. ". telegraph. and am now th' oldest ----_ It n t tht .is.t E= ,
ifh to raise theages .
operator living" .-,', II. ...,,, '.'i. ,." ', ,1.:1-1 :! II c <"'t:J

or. 'n'ut U-rka. the soldiers.1 -- --- -- - -- -- r' ,.. laUl e''I' '. "' ." 1 )I"tt'tn.'V GAIXKSYILIJ; l *:, KI.A.
&r r'O'n ::1I1.t'r" : cent Hut I !.st 'ro itn.
What woulil -"< ',m to bo a v,'r)' to"uIII.hll. l-
"" ,' 'i"'h'd of the 'T'icr! i'nnlf.L 1.\ I\: l<'HJ,1..h.e an
fa: Iteptlbli ('onllroml!<.' f'lI rallroid 1 rules oft" 11 I'\f/,f ir.l, t i I.t I'r Ki 1 mcr .. ... ... .... 1 lee.ttU.aa.aalaeeeae.aa ,
\ ho have received from I
''agreed umn| bv Governor Glenn ofI i-" a.oarr,R.I ...t. Hie II" t LnliifV I".r !
:1' in t>r,.thr n. wht ..
were fulti.aet: 'rvwtab'' "rrngrltrutrt.tt.
I I I :North Carolina Is that Intra and Inter
:" I. old, on a clUlslon of IK*'n in the bicL. 1" ..,i-M. liter I" .d Menlittv :
state' : rahol" to ti.* :i'ii! : cents a
.R".UJI.r
.
of t
d' : <'nde.trlnK title of the ,, J" rt t. niiiiary w sageIt :
milt; 1.ftllll mll txxiks :2 cents a mll,. tn. fit* null; to li I >iM; \It.t ,

land I iM mile books, at 21!* c.ntn a 11'i . ,1 I.iutg {..MUM I' j i....tT. It, .>r I
=' -=- I .-t 11/" ",. w' II"' ..t SEABOARDAir
= I r mll.. President. Hnn.\.f'1t and the In S t. f.lj"'II1: t.v /
,,' adiniiiUtr.ition Is all 10 "r, att.l nt'et.''.t .r. Ih,"t Ii uuI.lraa.uuIt 'I'
:r. the 1, : h'rtotaht Comnif-rce Communion hiv- ,'. "Ir..f Icing t. .. , ;:t..1 I to K'to <,'t I
cure fur our nn inh ,
t. | |MMII unable to accompllch all much .1 1.stn' the lv., a' t.t tip i: :
rr.'xi<]tnt HiH>,(>\elt I
1 I'f" in lit
d, the r' !:
I for Interstate rates after ,'..nrA i>f effort t.r:i i iritif
t.u flf the two extremes, I t'trretra....Ilnaryrt' 'd wanip.l/o it Line RailwayS
[ this imxratlr Governor flf
!V "Xat-on Yet the.e two an I" N.ut r..IJr".1. It -' ?j the 1111(:"
al . ,; :North; Carolina has done In two" or for Its Si" ,ul'i 'lrr<'u1 ru u( t I." tit tt U i
:
r 'rasa are not *0 \-ry ', three month 'If'n: ; ra....'a. If % .'. I A 11'i .IceS
''ir> while Wall Street"lOcate i fliodld lnrt:,, t N .Mbvdt, ,
--- -- --
rd '' *. the Populists :I That etploxloii:: In-Washington---- turns' ':1"'" in fiftv.rnt mi.. ie' ..I..1.1r .1'.... S \ \. :-: AJI COLUMHIA, CAMDEN: SOUTHERN -
" i I l.jttl "-
0 '. -.' certificates, asset cur, \11 in.iv It-itr i1 1'; n I i out to have I>..*.!) the i>h tacKM. f'roln1M much I'NE! : RALEIGH RICHMOND(
> the receipt! flf the now that the lt<*pul>- 4 i' it. t'urnt!' 'rtiv. -- ;, ,
It'I I Lord deliverus. !' ,' .... ,
llcan Club of :New'" York has clarfd! 1 I A }Ur Pff rJ":::: :
----===:::::: I!'! for Hughes for President withoutn. .-..r 1 I' I'It. .' - .... WASHINGTON I BALTIMORE( PHIL I M
.U time moth..rIt AA' /.". ",.m, :r % \\ h. n.1 a._h..
., the Ilooaevelt administration . ,
dotting t and tlun
\ t. '" tar: n f
*ound borne sense l. i ... rrrtrrnl? tbean ADELPHIA. NEW YORK.
Krr
.1 {I - - -- C-> I .1. *
'tie, follow InK remark by''', -- -- - .. iUMCNAMDWOMEll.
pultun
| r.- I.' J: (dtt '
10O $10O.
Ir ',' ru 'mammy" not long :I Reward Ik f ..ir...*-, luog'.i 'n. ti. \'. I
6.1 The readers of this paper will he II
is a Kir! faint nut long I
I' ,' pleased to learn: that there. l. at leant
:
n we loosened< her corn {
one Tended disease that science haa .r.
!,d like. Inflated L..d"fur t'aa t M 5-a 4 r..a..ab
an
..
. been able to cure In all stages, and a.S r.... d.ea.a..5. ..l1.5. Two Train I d
I. put her on a tunic .sir...... |rll.,W*. a. t- tMM Elegant D.i.ly.:
....
.. -.M..atr
that U catarrtt Halls Catarrh Cur .r r- -
'" quit trying to atlw'eze _._ pe.aw.p a.1 .N _'Iew IQ I
r 1 the knownto J
only positive cur now
r".-f in .I ' the medical fraternity Catarrh .. .
_.
-':t all rlKht '-.' rnan'I a a, M f.I I < vr
being a convtltutlonal disease rerjulre. .r e..a..a.wsa.(rr-. .-t4.tvC fcrf
a
a constitutional treatment IlaJl:! a Catarrh >MlA asses M OTBWB. SEABOARD MAIL.
,
Cure Is taken internally acting
. .
; r m n of Manateer.canig..d
directly upon the t.loo.J a..J mucous .
a kcal E.r...
a surfaces: of the yatetn.. thereby' destroying -
, v:. Itu.. ac'.s to put iHl Jl
,-11
the foundati'in of the disease
ir papers up to II & *
t and iritlr.c the patient .U'fl'u&tb by '
.f Janvary 1. !"' '' Ift Modern Pullman Equipment
t building up the con tl tut Jon and acslating 'its 't< 1
r.9CVa CONnrr
'ontinu to raise thus
f' l nature In doing Its work. The ;-:::' -.; -
; :ts-t: It la only a qu**.
proprietor hat ao ouch filth io It* ..s Vasa re, a C a
a f..n w. hall all haubcrtpt *. t ..,
t curative overs that they offer On. t
.
. on prt<.. of ,
t. Hundred Dollars for any ca* that It' Pe..t r 're .li s'ee'r I
I ht! under the
1.&._ . par-r. fails to cur.. Sesad for list of sal ire 4.,. e aa_ ':e;..,! Iwas.
.
i treat cleats twtt a. .. war '. !t t tlr tell/ la'.'''. '''' .4 Ml..p.r r.a'if' cell on sap Ag.ss
t CuotxtaU Address edILah. t
S..t-M'd.
a t dtd t.o y raN agorrii tn-I
.. F J ChENEY A CO. Toledo'
-. that enter Into the C. rOYI..b'TO Ja.. A..l...., G.+.t.l t'm...... Ag..r
Sold tor ail drwcgists. ?&'.
JIM'.U" rla.THE .
: c.s1mp.1 haw. also.4- ,
. .. TaJi lUH'a raAUr IUU for coa.tipatke -
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.,;tY: CL ']DE TEA.i
: MONEY CRISIS PASSED w CO.

,:tt
'
irolty of Cash N"S">. Longer Exists 1i In

i New York City. dolFor

\hoNew York Dec. 30.--The fact that .
money crisis no longer exluts in New

ork was shown Friday' says the
'
roes. when the premium on currency ALF'O
?ped from 1 per oent to 1-2 of 1ir

cent. -= -

J' ,At the sarre time It was announced

that there had been a decided drop In -

cable, transfers. LazarJ Frare, which C R S.A.ILI:: : GS E... ....CHw: 1- R.
banking house has been the largest DyspepsiaGives BETWEENJacksonville

[;Importer of gold since the beginning and New 'VorI(
}tit the recent flurry an..ouncedJt.hat a r
1c..ge quantity of gold recently pur rest to the stomach. For indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach, Calling at CHARLESTON 8. O.. both ways.

Debased in En &D4 for export to this tired stomach weak stomach windy stomach, puffed stomach nervous The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise SerTice

'::country has been resold in London. stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A prompt relief. ;
New and Southern
The decline In tbe on Clyde England J.ines
'\ premium 1r..2.4t eM e,.. Oil+..,. ....., r..lE_ aeu.._ ....____.
;Maloney, due to a lessened demand foiIt a,.{M .1a.o.a.wi Mah tltm _reel" ...... N.f .. .t.e1 M ....... Freight Service Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
'., has made the importation of gold 0.,,6n.. ..P e A. A. a ..... t. .ti' PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points.

rnnprofl table. SOLD :BY.A..LL DR-crG-G-IBTS Calling at Charleston both ways

==---- S..FSTV::: !.I- W ..H. Hi:K' rrSTHonthboand S..A :ILINt: C3-R;

't IMMIGRATION INCREASING. Lack of Confidence.A ... .... .........From Lewie Wharf },-..
THE SHREWMOUSE. N'otthboond... ... . ...From Foot of Washington;: st.. Jacks..,, : r
.5: 4 party returning home In hired

'hop!" Are Fleeing from All of the I Superstition About a Harmless Little brougham the driver of which Is somewhat -
:\' '\ Famine-Stricken Districts. Animal. Inebriated. Clyde St. Johns River Line

30.-Ad.vlca from Paterfamilias who at hilt climbs _
,oeton. Dec. The shrew or shrovrmouse. an It is ( a tweex't JACKiortYILLE and S.ANVOICO

em -Turkey and: Armenia, received commonly called. Is found In nenrly all on to tbe box at the request of tnaterfamllluti Stopping at Palatka. Astor Beresford (DeLand), and In' rmtodJU. :'.irn>
Ute American '""board of commissIon parts of the ,Arid. It Is distinguishedhy -Give me the reins.Conchmnu on St. Johns River. "ir t

for foreign missions indicate that nu elongated. pointed muzzJe. small -'.\\"e you bevcr druv down Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' and "FRED'K DE
this Vre 'III afor"? BARY"are
famine already reported Is more eyes ilaiitlgrade. six toed feet and
first anticipated and Pater (taking the rf'lmu-No. I have appointed to sail as follows : Leave JACKSONVILLE! :, daily "X -
ere than waa glands that secrete a musky fluid. Altogether
not. Saturdays, at 8:30 p. m. returning, leave SANKOHD: daisy:
e tide of Immigration to this cotin- ; It closely resembles a mouse
: 8and.J.. at 10:00 a. m.
Coachrann Tten I'll walk. Does _exot-pc
(
was nearer so strong aa at present but it i. really not related to the mouse T
so.)-London Puuch.Clever -
\,Secretary Harry Wade hicks write family SOIiUlbOll Bead QO R a. HCHEDULK -.

m Harpoot that upon returning to When at home It la cither under a Leavo 3:30 p. m. . . ... . . . . Jacksonville . r>M.> _
of pile of mbtihiU or In a bole which It Retort. t .
that city recently be met hundreds "es. I nui going to marry Mr Bul Leave 9:00 p. m . . . . . . . . .Palatka..I.*.**., ?.
f Jtrabs and Armenians coin In the dl.lI'eCtlon has burrowed In the earth. It In nocturnal .
: lion. Leave 3:00 a. m..Astor.L*>a*.! ;
lu ltd but harm.
and eventually toAmerica. habits perfectly ct.
of Samnoon.is estimated that 1.200have less. Yet at one time it was much disliked "".lIy. he I H old iMintish to be your Leave . . . . . . . . . . IJeresford (DeLand) . . . . Lave ; ,
f It "
of liar. nu/1 persecuted because it was father: Due 9:00 a. .San .I-ave i ct.
-.mUlee left the vicinity
"I Know tie I4. but unfortunately lit"doe..n't .
of thought to be a dangerous mischievous Due 10:30 a. m.Enterprise. .lx ave : : .
the tide ::
t since last April and .
S animal. Among the Italians the notion seem to cure for mother.-
iteration in continually rising. was ureralcnt that tb*bite of a shrew Ixiulsvllle Courier-Journal. Passenger. and Ticket Office 122 West Bay Street Jacksonv. e

220 Bodies Recovered. was extremely poisonous. The French II. II. RAYMOND Vice-president and General Manager New \ -
' and the English believed that if a Black Eyes.
Jacobs. Creek Pa.. Dec. '30.-Exlorations shrew ran over an animal's foot the )MIffklns It Is paid. that aggressive. H. E. MAYNARD. F. T. M. A. C. HAGERTY. O I' A

: on the Darr mine of the animal felt great pain and eventually ImpalHlve people usually bQ"Ibhl<"k Pier 36. N. R., New York. Pier 36. N. R N,

ltt burg Coal company were coml became paralyzed: hence If a horse, eyes. RIOTklns-That's right. It they L. S. SCROBLE, C. A., F. M. IRONMONGER. A O :

.ted Friday with the exception of a cow or n gout became a little stiff In haven't got them at first they cot them Leesburg. Fla. JackBonviHo }'1:,

!'e numerous falls of slate. A total Its limbs the foollah eople at once declared Later-Exchange. L. D. JONES T. F. A., JOHN PENDREL T P A

{20 bodies has been recovered )1."sbrew struck.: and the poor -- Jacksonville Fla. Pier 36, N. R N. .

,e.o-m the main headings and entries shrow.'ha.1 td suffer lu consequence.Of B'UBL.N'ESS: OA.TFt.Oej: C. P. LOVELL Agent Jacksonville Fla.

number of bodies; that will bend course the "shrew. struck" animal General Offices, Pier 36. North River. New York

txnder.th* falls, while. still probUtoal had to have something to cure It. so an

ta estimated at at least flf- ash tree was selected and a deep hole : ]QRS. ALDERMAN A PEARCE, p-

Attention Is being given to thaJvaJ was bored Into It. trunk. Then a I G. 3. MERCHANT CO.
shrew alive Into tho
of the carcasses of the dead was captured, put
hole, the hole was securely plugged DENTISTS.Office .
Vvln*
and mules.v Coroner Retailers and Jobbers la
and the Innocent little animal wan left
fixed Jan. 9 as the date of th. Itf-
to die of starvation.The over Duttoa eV Co'a. Beak
which will be held at Smith-
Igiiornnt believed that after Phone 280 Gainesville. Plau Staple and Fancy Grocers

II. Pa. such nn net the ash tree hud power to ,
:,
: ,
anelwhfOnl".r
"ttltrew struck" animals
)4 Two HuM In a Fire. cure 8ran! Gsrden Seod and Fertilizers.
\ nil animal became inactiveor DBVERE B. MORRIS, ,
"J Warrenton Oat Dec. 30.-In a fire DR.
t a little niiiuli lu Its lluibs Its owner BOOTH tilDE SQUARE i OAlNEBVIL..r F' ., I
ich the kitchen of
destroyed the
hurried t3 tUo "shrew ash," cut a 'market for Chi krn. and other i' .. "
me'of Dr. W. L. Pllcher. two mf'o' Higher price pt9k2 switch from It and switched the DENTIST
. . . .
r ere seriously Injures<< by fallinal I "..lIrt" ..trW'k"'oat., The smarting .
ol'' w Complete stock ol Hay, Corn Oats Flour. Bran Meal Cotton+ tl I
a'
rough skylight and number
a caused l>r tho switching naturally
and Rye. W*> handle only the VERY BEST Roods at the L IV
era were slightly burnM- before toe'lase mnilo the helpless atilmnl move' abort .
Office over Marcus Knders. Tbocr: !a x rlnas EAT PRTCF.R. and ffnantntwe ."fartinri s1-vsrs
was extinguished. Chief ol as much cc It |xwly (could and In a - .. -,
lice UrndHhaw and 11. K. Iturnti short time It wits pronounced "cur.I."

Millie aiding In tbn work of Having the ---- DR. RODT. C. BOWERS

,,tDrnlturt"" In the house fell through Equal to the Occasion f

'. Jcyllgbt n nil were" iMrloudly Injured HOII* t 11 tut* HK n n frtcii of mine got DENTIST. Tampa & Jacksonville{ HairrlU'jo'Cl'n'J. )

:tt. Is believed that they will rerovetlrom n rurloiiM i'r >Mnt from a sea captain.

their Injurlmt. The damage wag It \\UM n duo s 'einien of the bird Offlce in Miller Law Exchange.
1 About |2,000.v which Millions cull the 'Iauacblug Jack

I OHM." atiil lic XVIIH n little! proud of It. ontlf! Phone No. 243 ; Residence! No. 166 : ; .: :'()\"t: rnEJ: 10. 190;.
AH he WitH carrying It home ho met a
;. Will Bm Paid In Full. - -
'**i, ?'Mettiphl. Tenn., Doc,, :It).-A .P'" l>rnwn>' IrlMh nu\\y. who ..tOl'I>etl and Leave Gaiin-villo; : for Mic-anopy, Fairfiukl anti local -

il from Jackson Tenn. says thai)I at>"I'hunt k(*4l him:kln.l of a burrd Is that. : T.B.. ELLIS JR., point South . . T . . . . . . . . 1 It f .
le Jackson flanking with
company
capital of nr.,000. and deposits olj sorrl"'Tbnt's Returning, arrive Gainesville: . . . . . . . . .t 1 .
laughing JarkatiM. explainMl
a ATTORN K Y-AT-LA W
j 1260.000.111 be absorbed by the tnloeaaek friend Leave Gainesville: for
my jronlaily. : :Sampson: : City, Paint ka.
: and Trust company of thlp city. The IrUlininii. thliiWlnir lie was lM.-
(AINBSVILLM, FLORIn Lake ('ity. 1'fIIlu-te.. and all points North f
hjAecording; to un imnonncemrnt by
lug niadt fun of. was equal to the occiiMlon -

' ?.tlle officials of tho retiring bank nc and rcKpuiuItMl.; with u twinkle --. -- -------- -- Iletun.ing, arrive GainevilleJ. . . . . . . . .
*%o*tlon of the bank' solvency l lit in lu the rye:

,t lved the absorption bring the resell "If not .tertfUf; It'* the burrd 01 BAIFR' MATHESON A. BAXTERATTOHXKYSATLAW B. Cutler. Gen. Supt. L. E. Barker Traffic M> .

a desire on the part MTn.Suitable. _. ,- .. - . -- .
the JarktMtu flanking company tc ': -

tire from business: The dvpoiiiOroVclure. 4itr. | . SOLICITORS IN CJlA- CERY.OAINEM"ILI. .
will t>" paid dollar foj* ""'hnt unuM I... n suitable birthday
liar. l'n"'lIt for my little l or?" Inquired tile *
Alaehua Co. FL.
.
I' f..inl inutlu-r.
. Office in layman lHo .
Home Wrecked by Dynamite .a. mo tliluW. r-ttinu the tar

ft:..Brownsvlllo. Pa.. 1)e'c. :30, .-hT tMNinlor who .o'"n..I"nIlIy IIUoil. to BAYER,
*lri> 1.1''Ii' In the i.iornlai Th 'u. nlthMio FERDINA-
is* of K. rre' II.nl. su Italian w.....
rind oontUl.Mit oiiilU of ono who
ked early Saturday ruorulng byYplorlun ATTORNEY LAW,
has: t-.l\.n>MiMii. .li..> HiMiil. "Howwould RAILROAD
of Ujnaniltc. Thn en- *
(i J"K or a trultJitcL da- OAINXTILL' FIOKIO
,..Un front of the house was.. blown I'lllfllK" I'ONt.

can but neither Kroxllanl or member ,
-- -----
.. RocvntPredtanl 1 Can sell you. aitj property (Improved
ef baa family were Injuroil. '
Arouting the Lion. and unimproved), phosphate, GOIS; : KVIRYWHEHKNorth
b' received letter from an ,, If M.. mint I t.i .tliu-.iio hit Murdy.sb trucking and farming lands. Send: him

:aI1.p black band society threaten- >ll.l. nri"..poit thlt,,:. ttio llrttlth a list of what you offer for ..1.. 3142B
death If money was not paid' the |>
1ety. __ -1 IIIh'ol \\JJh |>. l.rll J A. CARLISLE.ATTORNEY. South, East and West
Ilititl.tur| .'.. Ilkr th.. MtUr! |pl1 l!l ere .

1 1 Masons Elect OHlesrs. I| hili.' tit our' chil.lrcn'r JIm, XV.' hate AT LAW
-li. .liii .., .-. .. Through Pullman Service A11Tr.iin
3o.ri'beers niMilry| w H >(. 'ur. -. but asa And >Solicitor EquityR.a' on
::. Mineral muff Ca Dec. I
nation \><* Rfn..t mill do not want to .
) IlluffI.uuolc: lodge. No." 4CJ.
It* regular nnrtinp. elected the fDa (\l- ta' .hl..ft..t-I..I.. ily.lsuderyoar Estate, Conveyancing and O>..

offli-.r.: J V Smith r-1 I ielected ( ers K': y Prey for, i'ssr.rgers. i i'I1t I Ito vral! Practice. .All business rrornrllyatt 'I

"' M Or A, r lit ". t.... 1 ;sal .ud d to. Office next door lo Sun' '
ChrhtoPlatll'.1 I l I ; Consult the Folder'For
'LORII .
l ome1'. U..I".II' t s.TKANK > "Purple
11', ; j o Hltll r h. J the" Tl.rrart ft. ;.i !>....- ltt\er [i -- -" I

rlstopher, u.r.'ltn. J P MoNel-J:: t Mini .m' .. i ,*t t'e <"r.-.i. :Not.iieinran . CLARK THOF w. FIKIJUSU

ley. trf\&aurt'r.\ I. \\'lI1tl1tna.' **.aa' train !.."*'BS S'tprrtor' .t t

--I..r: It I. laugh: y II ; 11'. l:. I IAhmlou !9Iu: tiolvk Tf:ir..!_ right and ar CLARK A 1-1 I-I.DI SG tKt.v.U-'l: 1 illf 'rlltat on, -che(lule*, rates an.lr!:

llxer. J. I>. rl\m tn O'','r 'Mi (-r at t o'clock K-i I
-'- I I day nit'rains wai.. bvrd "< h* f.: *.' i .awyert. i; V it ion: *. >eo your nearest Ticket Agent,

'1 *. I armed nlOlI wko" pru(ec1e4 1(1 h, I
515 IJkk )\\au (wlhe ,* a e'olierter of rotno I'assetei"r'w/ $e.rre of IDf' !ar'eraa.

tad also very rich-- toade out my will : '..,...t thw ro .r.. "00'1.rd them J. A. Goodwinor
Practice State A. W. Fritot
to all Courts. sad -
and left cl lso l- and turned tea ,
r. n ll"ult1. you my O<'\'' II.
of coin ': o.er h. the aarrlff. Federal. Ticket ,\gtnt. Division Pa--. Ac-
'
,"Which cue. mid**--the on. In thoor
I .....u.'. ltt>ru!. to. one In the cnMuetr -l*>ut Atlantic Cal*t Line: Atlantic Coast I
without" griping, nau.M nor any __ =
t+on Tlt-Blta. I k'i I GAIXKSVII 1"i
fiilitK effect. Ask your druggist: ()Cees over (a; Sa'&aJ RsaiUAiYK' LK FLA JACKSONVILLE.

' j Ij A model husband' the nobl...t work them :S: cents per box. MILL i.. n.DlUDA I

ff woman.-IndianaIK>U. 8tar.I' .


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6 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. DECEMBER Kl .1HU7' '

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G:: HiyH= SPRINGS HAPPENINGS. I That oar American rcrcst a*' 1nd In I s j i DIED OF STARVATION.

plants which j>oi i-* th JU' .:' '.a..i.it. '!.' I --

Just Closed Was a Cay medicinal virtue* i.. al-t.ia.iii .lv: a i --.-...1 But Mother Was Happy When Sh*

T"e wtp. That Lively City. I by scored of the m >ei erauunt au.d | Knew Children Were Provided For. r4O: OOBrationII
)Ple ,n writers and tat 'h.'r", Even th*' m :MItorod .
Ntr; York. r>oc J11la:' :;i :' '. '::al
AnnieI'ksonviUe .
.. llgs. I>**l". :30Mlsa I-mliat. I I. i t ll'-OVered 'I lit> t'-i' '-vl-
: I* home tor the nest of rnuny itativ plants b.-(,.r,' th>- i' ht'r i.-,::dpjj. for w.r: :ta -ho .t: I -.t.-

I advent of U. \vluto ro ,'". 'Thi mft-rma- rlt! i i I s.-\t rythll:<,,: e\-ti t.io \\-: .- -. .. >

tlon. i IniparteU freely I to the '" h i h'1; of r.vi. bad at la-t; fonnj fi'v.1Mr : -- i\\rs. Malindaers:;: of B.isim! Va. writes:
,
who is attending ,
the .
Kutch. latter to h".01 teats until .
oyntinue ga : P.'iyllts 1.'J .it a Hi: '
*
lL.urn.1:1..., I is visiting his to-day we ha" a rich nsoortnuTit. of most ? ,, "I 1 had what doctors aill prolapse.l and! couldn'tstand
"\ al .
.MI a''hal i : o start '"i
c and Mrs.V.. D. Futch. j valuable American mvdiclna! roots. I t: i I t ic>icos" bu.bau l hJuo.i .! .i straight. I had pain in my back and
in.' -<::> <::2::> ec::::i' "
Cow are
1 Mrs. J. C. 1II 1 ,rt.treat: hs. and with ti."'!" shoulders and was very irregular and profuse.
Dr. Pierce believes that
our Amrrtcan forest -
:.da, at their grove near a loJ In mot ..ahu.bl.DIo< lt.'lU.1.1 mota t't: (' Ode; .t fiHU >*1dl.wat ..-- .'... Dojtors said an operation was t1l't.> k.J. but I 'jcouldn't

:0' fo the cuhhcrf aunt olotlnatc and fatal tils t. % .' ,- lour>> inoith.4, oH.: tat( i ">.
\. Annie ea r*. If wetjvT. > properly Invest, date them; I bear the thought of the kniio. After taking -
Arnow and Mrs. < ..ie la".t 1 tL+.' and nilt: in
i antly U vNuriti rS of IbU
i conviction beVol
three bottles of Wine of Cardui I could! walk
Christmas .., . .. .-
.
i.ainesville; : spent Hb pri thr atmn y".1 "" t. r .\ a lal.eti I f4.! Her pt.i'l ;'
(;,urea rTe. .t.vt hhI" .'tan,.._. ..,. 11-.1 nlo:_ ,. around. Can housework and
'
do in
and Mrs. :
foir parents Mr. I 'e!. I ..-r Irtiiii adding: aid. to" now my am

I. . I tt'"*V7V'1.r) wh'ch-"' t.imh his nmrr lor,1 ltaelf lTr! : InrtB-or h the I !-. \ r tat: bi.* of f, cd *ae COMtan. ;-: <' I splendid health."

11 mht of December ISth tUat li srfjont nd nWlatr'r nd hh.ry ,i.r b*"r little ore. white! ': -
performance oft aiu.ituer .
.in or loUi estlon, lorvltl l HvtrT Tunctlooal
t', For Love or Money" given and even valrular and other affections of .':.. I Me I lack of foal especially adapted to cure'omen' s diseases. I Itrelieves
the heart field to its curative action. The TJ.i! :.1. bite of cruets "";.11 foi ' .'
under the auspices excessive
periodical regulates
house pains
:-a reason chy It cure these and many other
.1 \..w Century Club. A large affections.! Is clearly shown In a little buck I. cM I: t L- i>n tI t'hrt.mn.I1u: er 1\1\.1 l i .' irregularities and is a
ct;) of extract from the standard medical: work Uii I r. .TitlrK lf,'-:nbor!! \l''t'drt: f.'

a' '. was present, and a handsome- which' Is mailed frtt' to any address by Dr. B. t I t t'"\1 i: .. .: the !lit I"' one In the u'. !I..' safe pleasant and reliable rxcx: ADVICE ,
...1. V. Pierce of Buffalo. N. Y.. to all a a U&Jreaue .
J' t tor the same. III t r.,.mi In 'h'ch! niP mother at remedy for all VVrti. :: a i n:. J "nr -.
the :Methodist yn>f> .nd .II1 b.a lsr
eight '
,. ,irsday :2Ci.: :::: O : '>". i'i: .rcn U\-t They en"i sick I In r r.. A.I..ln, I.'. ...1.., ......1..".
chool gave. their annual I Ic womrn. successful ,. '4,.,. 1..1'... A.."'....." t..pe" .......
salt. Not less marrclous. In the unparalleled' ar 'I"i Mm t're"rNJ spin; n.i:. (t1: for '''.. M.IC''C... ", ".,
the church. A use over 70 :: j';::
at
l' a.tree cure It Is constantly making of woman' i ! .M. cafrom t'1: lack of i.l> 4 ''

I ,' o, ram of mtrsic and recltu- elist many peculiar DIZ' d rjr' affection mealS, weaknesses Is Dr. Pierces and I I alt. -i ( .li Thw ponce" rest H"-it years. Try it.

(. rendered, and the tree was Fa ortl. rescrlp Iv as Is amply attested 4 '1' : L.I: >r 10" iiopl>fll stall the f i

M ,Jth handsome presents. A t>y thousatribute s 0 u testlmonlals con. 1! ii'-i, .. Society took lax* ut the U-i'.r' At Every Drug Store In $1.OO Bottles.
*! b)\irTtrul paTftiiilt who hay. h.-en
t: al present wag given the super- cnre 1 t>r it of-raturrhal nrlri.-' "r 11.lJ .\n I .11 i -

nt 1> S. Kagan. In token of prU-IrrcrfuUrttlt-n.. : pr9. >ar.l uxfnrr \% !:.MI the ptij rictann f""nd 111\' n '
I ,
: .... I
;
r : wr k..t" ul..t WINEOF
-.'.m In which he is held by .. '"'. kTniTn. ?.T ant nns, uflen:: f r.. e w ..1JTOil? tl't Pttle oue 5) i rtf t

t. and pupils. | after many uiitvr aU* rti....! in IitlHC*. and *.,' : i and Mr*, 1"\0 %% a$ w.ui''ii CARGUI

.t -.hu:day night the Uebekah physicians bad failed.x It.ii' :It';> \\oiiUl he i-a-e.i f.'r.

.. had a Christmas tree at the jx j ::::y <2: <2v T. \ wonlikUp 5) again. for Hi''* .ap'.oiiiN .
t. .
.
Both the .bn""T.. mentioned roedlclnee are ..
A
: t if food suid toys.
,m fur the members of that wholly made ui trim thuvbrrrlc: rutract: of \
.nd the Old Fellows\ and their' natlre. nwdlflnal. natty the prutecm- :1'I:: ,1 them pang! l-y her h1', i I'. !

'r It was attended by a large plorecl with III'In. rlrrcr tlwlr. and inanufK-turw they: are oarrlt-il were orltflnal
L and was greatly enjoyed by all'r skilled aid of apparatus cheiuti and an
I Idr I anil built for thin. purpose. '* >tlraetltotnea > :
.... m.-ohi.l and. .
;
ar entirely {! frutu - -- I .
the prettiest Christmasr all other harmful. haMt-fnuninc Jruir. A -- ----,- -
full list, of their IntfrudleuUt U priiitwU u4 PRice OF WAT2.H GOES UP.
r :,.. een in High Springs vas each botUr-raupur. ": I 211\ \ West Bay St. P. 0. Box 401. Jacksonville. Fla. :.

I'' (IP at the Ilaptist church on j ,_ _
-- .
Cove- .rment Makes a a |Increase: t Famous I -
a> night fur the benefit of .he !II THE NEWS FROM MELROSE. !
I Hot Sorirtgs.fhua CASE GOODS. EXPRESS PREPAID I Special Offer.
t-chool. The vas
:i program ", n '('. ::i>- \ HUpatc i to ''A i tut.. .t.rook. Whl..kfy In Drum) DlntlJ-
ullrendered, and was much :>..h'l..m.aII'l.t'm1. ClirUtinaa t.1 1 DeSoto Rye.
> .r rri.u.c! tram Hot *>| rln. .\11. (try lloitlliiK .-Kxplrsit: Collected.! ,

J During the evening the of- day. 1S>U7. was as perfect ai day .is \i,, .unrfrr.rnt was mail. T7miMl.th ." 4 Full Qunrti . . . . . . . . I r ".| t
1>''' I'lntH in ilium . . , '::13.ull ."
" .,'III tf.ichers of the Sunday \\ott': I .t l .i.! 1 i .' Quarts . . . . " 7 o > r
could be wli.he<< (1 l fur. i\eryboil: felt u .> I'nltiil !staler 1,1 i :Jim! ll.itf I'mtit In drum ., 33.
I It. !'_ Full tjiiurtH . . 1':,7o I
i>-.filled a handsome, present grad and no diottirliiince of any kind In !i..e 91lct" far t.-; ht dig: hoi \\ : .ftelJht..Jht.t SolI onlin. I drum will not brim ldrum.
I.: Full iju.trti. ( pip" >'ild >. U >
''alllrul i and emcient snperln- : marred the day. \\hl<-han brought to afar i the llru-i! cf the > ear and 1 II,.\1 t ; .'

'ii .1 I. Grlimvt. | a happy cloe by a Hue .1\1'I1'Ia\ | )' of tlreworkn. li.tt'i ,t'..\1' (' l h'U"i: oitl l.1 .11.o !t..- Wllllama No. 10 Rye. .1 Old Homestead<< N C C..n'h"k '

l.oU CninilliiK of Atlanta who. ct"\I'I.\ ] A prate t will b,. *t.n. 1.11'aelIttatnn. 4 Full liuiirtt . . . . . . . ? :320I'ull *
It that Dl Ir.I. .
11M great pity )
a < >
iu "allll" lug 'tpf.'.I+ paid | 2.1
: :
Il . . . . . . . 4. "''
.....ntly returned from J.u 4 4h. The hot water ti'+w t I14f1'.s IMartH .ur ',
rOI''j I.. M. IVarsall of \\\tn111.: N. .1.. 1 1'S:: Full Quarts . . . . . . '.011> Corn Collrcl.I ,
..r son <:, I K. OramlliiK. could not Iw present. to hear the |)t-r...-d by the 1 fnixernmcnt nt } :" \'hi.It.I'-I''I'r") '.
each fish nupplU-d Tt-.' UIH-UV 1'or.l. I p.-r liottt.K.Kkv LOO;
a while "U route tf> visit her exclamations of delight and per annum for Old Halifax Rye. ;

:Mrs. Carlos lingers of I many bath h.m.e. "I'nt'rll >>tat',. that niMr I Full Quart . . . . . . . .1' 4 2* I'or.1"1'\ fiihe iU,5Ot
Krateful of the ;Melrose C \\ I.lie :
expressions. &
the .. .1.1" KDV'rniri Mil now" In foicdth I U Full juartn, . . ' . . . 5,55.5 I Iti tei *
I
z.ooi
.
.
1' \\'hllt.
people for the pleasure IK- gate UK-HI is Full ijuartn . . . . . . 12l) .
I .
the ; '
unah t > to meet r a es.What'
;;
.1 .1. :Moore entertained ther .\ .tie N. I' Whit.Pint.. . t.Gb
with th.- \eiy geuer.'us rtil'ply IIr line ;\
I -V 1. wrr.1! \ nlh' (% 3.00.
irn
' Sunny South Rye y "
> Club last week In herr j
Hre\firk sent by him to celebrate the I j
f' : ''P'r >. 11I\n1It'r. Purint;; th atlevel day. 4 Full: .j.mrtH . . l..f :7.I|I Itye Whiskey-liters, ..s. C.s t'Ct. tti.
'; full tjuartM . . . 4.t... '
)' Ko'jvfiilr.of the .ea- Piiiicttiall.v at 0; :tl:i. m the "\lul.l. Worth doing la worth doing "'11.! If ivr Q.
p *. *
12 Full CjimrtH . . . . . . . "
,r. Prevented to each giieht. .... you wish to h(' cured of Ilheuniatlxm' . <'o.r| | .II-till.-.I and t ),iiu IC "
tlon. In charge ofV.. II. I. b.'han; on ::11. Full iMntM . . . ; fl.} : : :
c 'hl>.-.. present were Mrrt.: lx lsMTH. the lot fronlltiK the liuffinan llnii, <>. n>.> Hallard'ft Snow liniment and >ou Yellowstone Uourbon. < -ii' North i'irHiliint \ . . 2!.

:.: : H C. Ste\ena. :Mrs. I. lad 11mg rontliiiioiittl.v& fur over an hour will hti "well" cured." A potdtlvo cur< '' !'..nl.. . . . $ i :.'> lt\ .< M.ilt 3.

4.:: .w ell. :'(1'''. 1':. K. Anderson 'I tort. were (athturtoe ht-clH of all for Sprains. Neuralgia. llrulnen. ("ou- t''I' . . . 1'tin llnr.'l.! U re $|I'/. .

I i' l P \\0..<1. :Mrs. M. P. Sum- wizen( and coliirx. Id'HKal. and nia. ntla tractfd Iu..raud. \ all the Ills that I Old Doone-i\pn-nH, (',11.1",1| I, ( ). rlii.lt\! .. ..

useC., 1. nl.IIK.11'14.: H.: Illack flesh Is heir t., A. (l. M. William\ I ISavasuta | ltd n Milt ..ot '
j lights. tl.>\ 11 nnione>>t the t.tllorx .
: llottlfd In Ixuui by I' H (ioM-rnni"'" l-l.ii.t.. r 6..
'Ir II. Mclj. grad). :\11'''. 1. H...rl..ntllll&l| & Uoiii.in: randlt-H and T.-tay: writes: "I have' uno.l I Full IJunrt I I '. laid| | M.M.ri.- B.04VJ

old l MlH.H I Annie lx>u Hodden. tlrcrn('krs: h)' the hundreds. etc Snow l.lnlnii-ut for sprained ankle :, 1.I-'ulIJuartM: 13 0111 \\'dlllll' 1'1'I i' .. H. i' I.

Hti.tkcticntHA | and It Kate the heat of satisfaction t

Thaf Itl! i I / itNo lnrn foiriiry crowd!curloiiH way ..n....-"t. man> I always keep It in the hou t>." ?Zola'; , -: 1.I I ) rs A 'UIAI.: (OIMJKIC: ) t

'. n 'r ..lf Into fit of Ly \\". M. Johnson.rt'thquake.
> a pant I I .- -- ---
"'fn.lpr why you don't get ? the nol I sight Altuicether.! It : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MONE

'It will only try a bottle of j j1'orehound i was a. KM-at day| for :Mo] *<>. Slight Shock, .... 4>_ TIGIE I t
lx'f'. 34>.-Kour SAVE
:\1"11" Or' 1..1
"d Syn i' your I I MUM! M !I... :,1 a.."'''. principal of the . NiiTII'tOK: AI.I..IC't.rl. .V. t"1!( I 11x
ih-- 11.- ,.1 atiLt n* awt rt-> WO Ri
,111 be A thing of the part. It Mf-lnne FCluHiI. left Thursday for the en ItKKII: fSI'Ktl: ..CTION r r.r 1 HAITI K
." slant I rhoi i i' ."lay tfllfvrft lu It. I /-. I.A WH OK M, 'ltll>ANotUf
've rare for Coughs. Inlluen- ,: hit.ite t.>athtrn' nit'.'ling at St, IVf'rtt .
I' ,'hill; and all dl" 'I been- rait< I >lu 5rlrtyII.s.5 I t U h..h .h..n H..I. .' S. .rr Ity I I''. ) ; 1 I .III/ \'t trim-
Pulmonary -
: lnir ', ilUturSit. .. r . r . ,jal i |1't."Y |.urrt.....er of I.. .'vrtlil>,... N<> ..I d. ...1
tine bottle will convince you- ';!I MHM| Cora l.| >OIIH. Atlanta. Ct. I Is a . '. th. Inn .!.' of Jul, A. l It !).... lut. m
ruetl.t' ; ::)c. !rnc, $1.00. SoU I 111'1 'I ,'. ,: l'",tra' 5 t I uLn ..t>t e.tltte.t. In mi ittrtff Slit h.. n.. S! J..hn""II." tow tl l..ltor at the HufTlnaii llou..> I'llr.Uon rur !.. rtmt to l I..ur In ........nlr.15551. .
1 ai .
I
h.kl.eflihea.'a'.r.re.
It. (' and) i.,<<> Crltncftnt Moii'la* l<.11.; ...lrrf, dtwfrll'ml Uw rroiwrti <"...,..<) In A.> iu.%. It. i. i1'ii. .. A .'.::1:,
II wtth Iliflr iKirt-iitn |I i r..... r>i><.n a T Mortal. l..vtl |
Ii ....t ,H \% ..I Klbtf ."..a ttla.d.u For w. have beer doing
I I itlght il.'\', H: (1 \\.1.| ItUhop of I Ij i Tt>. ..kj J.l rul l>...rf ...>-_.. 5.1'I... dote *.rto. year
... for hundred of satisfied
l Ier5.nr. of turn # tiln l 'I. I/5. 14115.ul Baking
KlorM-j. will holtl s..n k_ In10,11": -'- I
.
CASTOR
i j I'JthI : Mr.)._I..chl II. "..."III.a.t..u.LanIs t.. r.rtr..... -oS.. loin'.'.. Ar. you on the list IfIf
on .I&nuary .. ,.. .1 I 1- a". .... nsNitner. a
.w.tiurt Lw I.' dresl never to. lle.Gainesville .
I r'rfiid of Mrs C: M 1 KinR M.ll" l IN- I i Per Infants and CM1d! ey. ,..__ '''boS..r J...
l.t.'tW..1| to hear of hr HMf urrK.il arTatII 1 The Kind You Hare Always Eougblti .... sin'' .1s7. 11.f,., neri41 ti..,"......5Jbrtur...... A IJ I..M': ...1'1.!

.
t>n Ifc'o.-mlHT) ;th ;the was du- H MI.I .WIf.ObV5
j .
a i i'I\t Anrkl.tnd. !..e'1.COIsm" .1. ah. rut Dean th" // t Pressing'CMtn

Xmas iluseCLOTi't1'.G. 1&DAlW. (,r .ff7 : j I W A 1AfTEIIIIN: 1'rrapI.eIeaal

I Countj Abstract Co, ,..a-- _
STOHC;: STORM CO.
---- --- I! :aa', +.n.w.LAI, for ':"lIt \I..'li. .1. HI andO

I .. "k .15. "lho(4( 4'f). iLads.s'
Saiden\ CI.if"Rco"'p "*. New Year Holiday I'.rr, W ( ois, /'Ir. J W I'sa..dla.I" ..
G 1 It I Ie Christmas and
.. ,1. k. e___. flee-I,__
j fer Ae" ,iirg; Dlct: faltn. Rate < *
... .1\ f..5n..1i UAlNKHVII.I.K.' : "'1. t and O.nt. Clolhl"1I
i ( !1I .iitD, 1 1. :" \ 0. ; u Atlai.tl'Coant. I.In* will aolltUket
The Mat Clanerl/ and Pressed* ais
I fla'-: :In -. .
I from nil point In 'lurl'la It- Or. Done on tH >rt '!
'1' .' ai: a f (Legg ..' r< fix': W.. .1s, an .,"'uah. Abstract but maklng J"
The f.Twb T 2<-th>i to 2*>th. (larlual. and None. .atlfacll. .
Pen
is facltlUe for Tall
Mightiera .ff rm1 l's .a::." :i, i >< taro .1" AIM t ted n a. with lraprtlflV
of rk1- &. 1'r.....* .. r lMv..rnbr 3t'l I.rnrmatioll!i eon rwraln4f' the Title of Guaranteed.5MCCIAU .
55a.l. with final 1 limit returning January ttlist .. say .4 all Uuxl In AhurbuA rxntrT. ,
tiro-i ntiiuvli i for ar.-.>iij t'f l'.=,1..1 'arb! bGJI..... vaa-.ct.eocl. .. .
iii your | Mr !'tl--.art I* a lo) *> ap' .' ar. -i *-. will .lon.> and euc tblr fare .. .ptJ, : MONTHLY /lATC.sl

twenty five c.-nta for the round
plus
-- !* on tir'. l..c:1uoi.: it in- prf'lIttIJ! : it raft of .-.-> j.

Ift.c. 't.i .'. <. .
>
f w"ri ran
fly "f\"un'4 tlll' ntir"k valtiu H.." nan I'lIa' n? PI) .- -. tripAsk your nearest ratlro agent for

'hew bf"- i' . .,1 *; ratto any point .<>uth of the Ohio T. r. THOMASUNDERTAKING
.
visa' )
ir Jltusu.-thht iwhen I H. J.
: I It.. :iartr"tV: .- t'" 4 .*tP9r for >:ast wf the tI..l..rpp'| | river or DEMPSEX

'* ifco .. A. W Prlt/, i/lvla CO.
t to
call r
iJ all1\.' I.H !) nn>Ml ujmn a1MIli'y *>r'Ijr e' -. t on or r ssi
.
t .iK .***! a f 111 .. .e u. Ion I.r g- r Aunt: Jai 141f1.JU.
: ''i? | for tne. *
Inc: to tn. fn: P Florida
New aad Set04-Nand
fill Htuaab- _p, -> _.I ,. ..'
Fire Insurance f'.... C J. r' are a! I
stele who ",1' ( fN)4...
VIr )
.. ar FURNITUREI'uriiituri'
D'
T. . a a..re
Cl".j Miss N. NortonI
at 'rtnrutpsuin'" ..'Int-'r'r'11151. i war !roJ ....

"fi.l at1 toM>ej Irl..r. 11..w I

ur ......
wail at 'I ui urr It wt ""'?Ire '.f I And *.arto r1_. 1Ak... (low i .''M '.'n-. luT41IIHlU3ll.fi I'ayim-nt* Show. CDMa
anti w|-.-*-.p*tally If Books Stationer
*r .io 1'J/fJ THINK. i healtfay. happy A .... II&U' t 1.\: .:....
J yon positive site Lure HerHne for onaaUpatJoa.before rUr1ajc Ijstp- SoDTtnls: Sheet Pictcres ,..... .... _. ... I I a :riiiialty' ..II oi Com

ala and aU User rutDpUiAt. Mr*. .
writes "I .. .U.._ *. sat ..i.. t. UU..IUII
Tiw! i@1r\'I s-. Co'.ambta. T fia. and Picture Frames . . I ( r
, e sltrays keep a .apply of yomr JlP1'ttla. t.y A*. *.... sail ii*.n.. *re-. Stefan RfM 'in Ci

Ih&AL Am *o pleased with tb. t -/..s<* .M.....4 fc.
018 a ,-,...f.l. .:.....
aU
ro.la.f It &! .. la co atlt Uoa **d
dtnr u.aplalat.8., Ua.aC word. eaa" ... ioi teal LttJ SO t, I
0I.+ mr arpndattoL" 8ol4 br W, flaln.svIIIs. P1iodWa. !!f M 11.b !r4 }/IallfwelYea'

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t. DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. DECKMBER 31. l')07!) J

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01$ OF CITY ANDGOUNTUONDENSED I I PRESBYTERIAN; CANTATA. I I tl

N 1& Christmas Entertainment and Cantata

Will b. Held Tonight.

k+ tH Ti.' little folks of the I'rl'eoh.tt'rlnnahl.th

school, as well at man> nf IL Od19S..m I

of General Interest Oath- .t( -iI tits Icier. ones. are looking forward il E
te" m..
J : I'. f :t ". \ I wi It'i .1 liToat:: deal of Interest and ph'""-
Raporter .
ered by Our I \- ?:.- \ \:.'> e-r.- tv. the entertainment which" will be t
..
I KIn at the old l':. . Scmmar hall

AND SOCIAL ITEMS thi. toning. beginning at half-iu Til.uk ;
PERSONAL r
i
I't Those desiring a seat would"

who, Has Happened and What IsGrg "I: -.. .q ,,:,.\:. k'. -... li!-. \\t U to arrive early a* a big 1 crowd CHRISTMAS TREASURES

to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs niriciiMted upon this occasionI ,
May I !i<' title of the cantata will bo.I .
So That "HeWhoRuna THE SUREST WAY TO .
I I'l!, story! of a Star." and It I Is said
Bad- It jn The Sun. that those luirtlclpatluK have thecantata y yWe

O-Halloran Smokers--The Best 6c. FOOL A PICKPOCKETIs down quite cleverly. It I* I i NOW ON SALE

Smoker. Hand-Made, 5c. Ixniiui to Interest all who attend. being I

Victor O'Halloran Hugo Cigars-Christmas prt>sent -, to carry a c1ii..(,.kbook.Don't a beautiful story. I!
Father I OIl! Santa Claus writes that he will Invite Your Inspection of Our Fancy Goods
tor)
HarTwo carry ..your(1' 1,,' on baud in all his happiness and '
back-bone at -
and i
5..':are-ribs around with youit glory to distribute presents among the :
got
day Phone :,). may
N." c ) children COLLAR and CUFF BOXES DOLLS-BIG AND LITTLE :
rooms with or without lost or stolen. Hank .
't your ----- --- -
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To FANCY CUPS and SAUCERS>>
NECKTIE BOXES
bCarJ, :tv-;; ;. University street. I I money and check it out as re- EPISCOPAL FESTIVITIES.There SHAVING
MUGS ,
W.mtt'd-Uoy to learn printing CLOVE and KERCHIEF BOXES ;
quire Nothing like paying FANCY PLATES AND BOWLS
Printing Company. j
trade Peninsula I I Will be a Carol Service Follow NOVELTY BOXE .
1 BALLS ,and OTHER TOYS.
billsfby check it
lames Adamfcon left Sunday on a your ; gives ed by a Christmas Tree. In a boxMANICURINC

business trip to Jacksonville. I a receipt time. The Kplscolpallan will hold their
brief you every SETS BASKETS :Sorap& i llaskot: : *.
In South GalnesTil Christmas service in the elegant new
for rent
c:>ttag I Work ItakftStniul;
with
account :
Open an us ;
Apply at Sun office or 303 East ; church this afternoon at 4 o'clock. TOILET SETS
!? HaskftV l 'h'llit Haskots
Liberty street.ft I it will teach you economy, The exercises will consist!\ of a carol GENTS' TRAVELING SETS ; ,

from top to toe. from er\lce and a short address by therector. Woo l 1 P.aU.tSC'KKKN'S; ..
any pain, help your crelit, and protect
PIN CUSHIONS
U.' '. Francis II. Cralgum, afterwhich
Thomas' Electric ''
an;, <.au.-e. apply Ur. funds 1 : ill i various
your against robbery. presents will be distributed to INK STANDS
where It la used.
Oii, Pain can't stay I all members of the Sunday school, an GILT CLOCKS e11lt'>, :$:::1..0 to $-H. ( ).
\Ve will pay five cents each for the
well' the little children of the
ax congregation UIT ;iS-.1 mvattock
four copies of The Dally Sun of PICTURE FRAMESGOLDPLATED :

fast December :: U. 1!>07. that are left at i The Dutton Bank 8111,1tI'hool.; who.are not member of the MIRRORS* of Uu}r-;oI" Jill -1'Li'-t: .",*Ik' toLadies'

this office today. SHAVING PETS I $..W ...wh. ;

Ma-ter! Willie Simmons of Ocala GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. To Rehearse Tonight.

Sunday In this city as a guest --------- - --
fl,1 A K'mTal rehearsal of the Musical and Children's Coats
tf Mr! and Mrs. M. J. Cannon North Victor Hugo Cigar*-Christmas pres-
and JlrlII'UcClub will be held at the
Arrcilondu street. ent for Brother.
resident! '' of Mrit. C. J. Ulchard thU *
Pon't bo docoivod! b\ will
:*poitalalo": : : prices; ; you
.
John F Seasle has returned from Col. Johu U Dtll of llaguo was u
TU"l'ollay( evenliiK at 7 : H tI.
.
I* ;n leach\ where he has been on a business visitor to this city yesterday Mr Cadwalladef retorts K U.HI| pros tind betty oodht! .n at our' regular priro.s. Come

I'. :l:1nt'Islt! to his parents. Mr. and For rent after January 13;, S\l'n- less both In the principal nod chorus and! Nee tlu \'uhlt'oo-all: plainly nmrkoil.

Mn !K V S..aKle. room two-story rotttiKi. corner l-:. panand that even with the HUMpension "

C A \\' Thomas has returned from Orange street and N. Oak a\enue. At>- i of regular rehearsals ilurlnK DRESS GOODS

\V .flon Morriston: and other points ply Mrs. t:. Cannon. I t. e CnrlftmaM holiday reason a K/ .lit\\ .
Thln great U iiiiil l Neil!! \\orth j.nr toii. itleruti No U-tirr i'
in lpty l county, where he has been on For Sale-lly el lit-room dwlliiiK 1 II 1m 1\' of the members have bovn work* Mi'tH--olituiiinl' l.- till)when., inn! l he..r.. ) "'HI \.tt. "$(in of( .....ttltl.: tlie right
b .slcess for the past week. with stable nod shop| ; *\\i\ four lots log hard on the tI'on"Ith marked pries, a. we h.,... nlOS I.' I'itll'I': to eT> livtoliierWESTFIELD. a aQRS.

J P O'I>ell of Mlcanopy the clever on Alacliua axenue. U. Foreman) ) I:II3 Itnl'rn\"l1u'ht.

a.:: n of the Tampa and Jacksonville Alachua avenue, GahU'R"I, Fla There I is every evidence that this rKanU.it R. WILSOl: T fy fyt.

ra, .1.1 l at that point, was a business, Go In Line--Ito a I line lUM.oii userif ; ion Is determinetl to Kit" a t.

'. '' Itor to ialnenvllle! yesterday jon've never tried the famous Itluelllblon good a> count of Itself und It IN more,

a M I i'haniberllii.and Mr. and Mrs. Flavoring Extracts: don't let than probable ':alues'.1114' will halt'

'-ft'h>! W (."hambe/liii! of Tacoma favon thin' the last of the old l year. close. mi opportunity this winter of hearing

(d 1alneN\ltle with a visit! Sunday without buying them a giKd production. written. ..IIIIC..d. .M
:and pt-rformetl h)' It** own citizens
n, inn on the afternoon train. II. M. Cliltty ami h"h'r. Mrn J. .
-- -- - -
\ I t. ItlandliiK of Holder one of theft Fletcher Hill left )'t'J'h'rl 1.tpr FU-ni' ,
Victor Hugo Cigars -ChrlHtniaa pre .
, :attacheof the Dutton I'hon- Infcton. ht"lug bean niiiiiiiioix-il oit HC :
eat for lU-bt Fellow
''onlla11y. is here on a br:t'f visit! count of the Illness of their blit. -rMrn. .

t mother. Mrs. S. II. lilandltiK.'ui . \\'. U. Mi\tthe3tr \\' < O'Halloran, Smokers All Havana., 5c.

: J S Haddock of Hlch- .... J. II Emerson returiH- )ester $3.00 Down and S3.00 Per Month.

\ n has arrived in the city. day from \IIt-ZtuoI'Y.: | Sin was ;.it'com I

I ,nl I.lo4"k l has been here for KCV-: panted home by her daughter-In-law
Wentrietd I* the now ."h,11\| |1..lnll| '" hit It III .J I .II 1I.'oc.( '. and Mr I II.
." :a guest of her .parents. 1\lra. Henry Himiitnti. and'bal.y. whom
CHRISSTMASCIGARS I H (oloti lire teloplnic: In th. hurl Ii.extern portion nf ll..ltMvlllr>, *...
tint :Mrs H. C. :Mason. she has be.-visiting In :Miraiio| y.
clunltely! fur coloredople I':.-rv lot In Kiln eruct I It flue mid taluablw, ,
Kttrkhim has accej>ted the For Sal---The Hoyal Cafe with all

"It the celebrated Ilanan & furniture and kitchen outfit The The huts will |I..> put on sale fdneml.it. iiiurnlii l.Sew, Venr'a day),

h''M| Those dehlriiiK any business had (laid me handsomely and h.RllllllllK at nine o.t.I.IcK.k.I'h'r .

,iir- any shape or size may tny reasons for tiling are Rood This I
) i'olor* d man and woninn in II I ilnr111,* *> h : IK of samples for today only. I... ., oud l fetand. All 11 Hill 1'rojtrletorTax
the or IIIOKf theM< lot* sheen& Ii !a" nil IK| grounds l.> nlun o'cl tabrook IH spending a few ; (collector DIcklnxiMi and Tax

w-t Florida. Mr. I Ktttabrook.: Assessor, CoUfnt. twojif the niont act

'' ;a nice farm about two Itu nmd..1II In the county. left ) ester ATI i\CTIVI: ( :: Every Lot Is High and Dry

r .>f the city has established l day for Alarhua.Vllleford and llfll,
ivK I \ ( : is.Virlor : .
and Kai tune to that section h.'ntlw> villl spend| the r"III.IIII.Io'r I :Not\: dry In dry tutfir' and act In wet wfullier. but DRY ALL THE

k 'tr the purchase of smile of the week on iltlclal buitlneMbMlMwn TIME.t

< attleti : Annie and Ada fries. two II 'h!". JMT l.o.CJ.." Another thing the water I.) very fineVII ..i,tr In W*..tfTeld .la

) twr the oyster supper which" popular )nunK hi'1'en!' of \\ade were", cigars: : ) S2.00 I nlmo I'lcntlcal with 11I..llIr| HprliiK' wafer,

1I:1\.n at the home of Mrs. shopping Binll",itln* friend in thl These lots are Undoubtedly the finest that have ever been offered
l box
Vitor 1 IIii.1 ( lTi
dr'! >'. North:-.; I;ain. svllie. for the City )e lerdaj Ik.th the )OIHK ladU-M IHT j to colored people In C.'ln.*"tll..
ojt th. Advent ... t'i.'riri i; ; ) $2.25
Chrlntlin made
are school t"1f"h.'rK. and! a I 'rice eale! of thlt. flue toMrty I la In .tuu .* of Mr Harry Ileinapart tof

this .."..ninK. There will' be great success at the profession Victor I Hun"I :: IM'r J :lox ( :2", JutkwratIlls. who ban .rr" property to colored. 1 pMjpl.. than another ;

,' oy ,.tors served In all styles, J. Fletcher 11111 and Krn-st Mrltae t'Igar i :s ) $3.60 man In Florida lie In uMy u..l.til t by the tull-hlll: well known
-inabl: ** prices
ha e returned from Hauta !I."' !.amnuKk r.di>r< d Inca of Ualnr>.* .ill*
< >' Ihi11Oi ( 'ul),atio... r
>.h.re they hate bn on a IIi ; JH T II Hunt IT K II .'>t-r Prof T K 1..110.! lt.t H A.. Hu.er.
"Io'UJt'I'rnon! -!
No. '"). Kni hU of Pjlhin the taut three or tour ilayn The) r.- -'I".k"r F.-rKUM.ii lt,-" i; W has kln and Ih.v H J I'alteriMui lather of them
O Halloraj. : / -. |"r
., meets toniitht at |mrt name scarce In that *'Hun Just III !he clad to vice you full Information ul,.>ut H.la property $....
1NX (fiO "- :, ::1.ir.$2.25) .
.
1ilit1Y1III
? .: U in th..lrC.If" Hall new and appear to l dlat' t Ihvirt tlJ.I. or nirwt th'tu m Oi.. urii'iiid at i.In" .1.leer k \% r.1aesday1fornine
-
over LJtton'. Bank.K their lurk 4' ;
Nice (for Father. Brotheror
present
in th* rink of Knight Vi.iting The me-ting of the AUrhua < <"irity

t r. .|I..nrae. J A. RonmTnox, C. .' t:. & t* I' :Society, which -a+ yelled your "Best Fellow." REMEMBER The Terms are Only S3.00 Down and 53.00 Per MI.>ttt..i.

,* "''TRl..I K of It A S. with the Ja."lll" lo-l Ihre.mllen .-
[
to inert .,... )"ir .1. a:4': 1._' I e Thre w 1.1 j| !_ nice b.nd iniw-lr slut |plenty of fan< sees the 4"","4'::
southeast of Hell on Friday i.i <... tinI r 'J a re- 1"1 t \.1 to Pee' Itiere
CONHMEMTALRESTAURANT January S. I!"*'*. baa bn |..j.tp..ne l .

until Tu.*wlay. January T: to which

iiitlnic .',cry union In th- ...>.IH.tI.!Isreque' '

+te'l tu rend a full deratlon| C. W. Bartleson Co.

MU\ t'Uude Iinflle the accomplish ,' ..
ItI-| It I.r. I qJacksonvdle
..us.i Jlr-N. t. 1'.stsmee. eel and gwiMilar younr daughtfr of I'I

rehl, 1--1.-4 Tel 1'rltstei Mr, and Mrs. It S Iira.ll) WaCahew I Florida 1 WESTFIELDr

- t.a. _a. >ow, ne In tb. city \ ei..r .

.i l..wt tauek. "ri the tity' Iu'l City MU hrad" t"as 04'. empMn 4'd I

1 ..*...bit, +h..i rr+t+. uraut. ter a atcnowrapb+r he JlU"aMA&-UI., JAS. M. (.AHAM.. l%.., GEL '*'. I IYD[: "..-f'... II. I I': FA>'LuH, .* *>r CUAiAM. A.'i C JM,. r,
,-. I. an.t. tlee pew. for w.lino, i w here .he, has ........ quite .s ..tr o 4'.s
.1 a I.irstOYSTERS .
"fie on *>.at to br I.er ratA for
s
Tlw fn.", I tnt holiday I I GAINESVILLE
< un'"fOnt.I:. FIRST NATIONAL BANK FLA1
- : --=- H ..r Mr'.. MU. Ida Hurkbl.. !left ,-..t.-r.U, ,I ,

'WESTERN STEAKS. CHOPS. for Jark ..ill4.". .b..r1 abe ..-.. ui-'nwtwidlBC

DRIPPED COFFEE. Iwo Im.ort.1 m........ att.nd.e5 a CAPITAL AUD SURPlUS SI30.000.00 UMTEB STATES H.JMTTHE ,

'i+ U' Meals. Trading TUkets. bowrr for b.r frtrtt4 Situ

Kat. an4 tbo .ed-lln of ilr Kr.tir .r

".t' 'd firm prtwuis you the.Irrrthsng!.+.t i rTN"P'n' of lit. L+ala. antS 1..... L' ChartaiI of. We Offer Unexcelled Facilities and Up-to-Date Methods of Banking!;]

:.' a r'.w.nable" pngifta "" JatkrltiIle, .bkb .na traup" b r

',, fur ,..n... _tm1 rise .. morrow Ml_ Itorkfelm U jtjlt" a 1'IOM1T: rot IHT.ot; "S IM I I 11111.1'a: -v>lM-it YoiirHiiinFMT .
e .. M p"'WP. I: tJ.in.r$. II favorlt amooc this yownjr t-*">fr Joo of
t J..o e.rfy -s c"JaJc" -.
abet boa t'tsiteelttu7.
Jac-c.o..UJ", wbefw
.'.....4..wa.a..wit. 1)W twalw...... 0.. -u.wLi.r .- I Ik ) Per toil feteret Uimt m Sav:fs Btf rtmtmt mi m Ttet CalrtificzllhCpi 111M1/ i


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