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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: November 26, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID01034
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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VOL XIII, NO. 25O


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, I9o


TEN CENTS A WEEK


_~__p -_


.HEALTHY INCREASE IN


SOMMEIICE IS SHOWN


Will Exced Former Year By

Many Million Dollars.

4 TATITIC OF THE GOVERNMENT

-It is hown that Our Trade With Non.
Contlguosu Tecrtery Has Greatly In-
oreaeed-Flgures Only Relate to Mer-
chandise, Gold Being Excluded.


WaIngton. Nov. 25.-The com-
mereof the United States wLth nou-
cgWi55so m teI*wy In 19U5 seems like-
ly to amosd by many mifflozi that
v'y any prooedlng year, according to a
wAMtett issued by the depart-ment of
i' duanod and I&"bO Caroua It" bslnesti
jo(statistics.
Mae bureau's nine months' ratlealwn
ofotfl wft Sptember ghows tha.t tht!
SfBIrom the United States to
D1 on-co guous territory amounted
t o IlMO,174 avino 99,929'(69 ill tht
'vacorrnpondfte'oatbe of the pre-ct ding
Year and that the salpmenta of muer-
eanJlae totCoe United States fion! t.,
kon-COrtlguou* territory in tilt, Sallie
vserio4 aiounted to .66,560.010( against
47,141,68 In tine c'orreqnding
iouths ot the preceding year. The
,pwes. given re~a!e to merchandI..'
Only, and do not Include t Uw gold and
'8lver, O which the alilpmentt from
Aisika to te tUnited SGates were otily
t$7,000,000 of gold produced In t bat tre
FMary and 3,,OO4,($)oj of forwt-gn g(i.(
bWpped from A lasa being prteawnably
stkaot ogInating In territory adjaCciut
thereo.
In tCe merchiandise helped 4from
Alaska to the United States there Is
a Waft of f01 a WM tie less than $2,000..
'000 cOnMnO d witn the prerlous year.
In ohipments from the Unitpel Satei
1tere was an tnc-refs of nearly *?jre..
'000 to Alaska. of over $~A~4N)3r O to
Porto Rico. a luu? .fott ( towl 10 t I us
IJtvePlnes, and nd any4 Sarl$1.mwe..w) to tho
1awsa l in stands In ,ipnj'fnt freobn
Mboe n -cvmttgiintus terrirc'ry to 01''
United Sltate%& tbre Was an lrcrcvase
ot about f(.c'OO tronm Porto Itirti
-of over $4.0000("from tihe P"1ihppin.,
and a b 1o.i 4).( f from the ,Itas% .

T'It Memeent makeA comparlion-e
-ee the contrast In the trade of thi-
DOW&I State, with the above name,!
91i6MWJ the #priod prior to annex.
Om or. IP t aims Iso nth ended Sept.
107, *e year prior to the annexation
Wf PNb BR ith ehLpment of mer
ftm that Ialad to the Unit
4W .tota.e.amounted to $1747.012S as
aSM M 14,176.676 in tWe &i n*toehs
J)eaj esd. The mine nkintbe of IM?
'a*e alpmets from the 11Wwallon
hblmf to the t1te St te. am0ounted
6* 88M4J31 ua alast S3$.6d6.7*l
*a A WS lb I06vents from the
1Mopae ow t Be nine D r," nus of
IM? MeAt to piSz.Or.O as against
4U-ltT14is IM.
l a nea is. to made nt the total
with the mmWsOlguous ter.
-**M SO'CM *Stir# yew of IMl wwl
d rsiaM" $i26."t5 .Oo Tm suhp
one"of grnu rfrm the Iaewasan
a1W o' Bless =m ob$&*"a witb
Sr m 2ted t'n 3111.471 of
wr aa4 1.M.Tti ofr as
MW. abtpmeets O4relineds
ft.. Ibul taggrc ed PO.126JuI
a aMam.mod" so01nfus ui-
lb euF rdbg= period of ube oe
"ar. P~to Rke abt aet.2
W BaMted to h hto 111 G2 r4 et
SIUSI sad ed $Mlf toac

PO Wlb. pM"e them MWaLoper
Maemw ev"e. Vaast %ep
&ad ma w 2116.2


911M AW. Mof th b-I-a. w


Mail u sewd. oe bed aM d iws

~ --'- r w mber the eagis
at l rwa N. ?. w'uaaw eale's

-a -I ,rr ad --d U- Ue em~


SECRET OF THE ORIGIN OF LIFE.
I
Disoverer of This S r t oay He WUl
Soon Gve It to the Public
Berkeley, C.fO., Nov. t .-Mt by bit
Premwor Jacques Loeb, the scentst,
is completing the net of discoveries
in the secret of the ortin of life that
it Is hoped will eventmlliy nake clear'
the Ife problem.
Today he added another to the many
steps already taken in this direction
He announces a chemkcl mit.tod!
which be has employed in manufacture.
Ing eggs of a molluak, the lotWa g;anu
tica.
The result of Protesor Loeb's eixpr.
iments with these ggs of the mollusk
have caused hm to revise theories pre.
vlcnily held. The experiment include
testi.ig of the effects of aypertuuic
sea water u4on mollusk eggs, with a
view to determining bow fertilization
nmght be aocomplished, and also to de'
terrine whether the action of th' Itea
water and it\ effect upon th'* eggs art
of a physical or a chemical natur'
Proftsor Lo.xb formerly believe'td i.ij
actizi waa of a physical characcltr,
but now ruvlises tlls opltnion.


ATTACK MADE ON GAME LAWS.

St. Louis Dealers Claim that It Is
Class Legisation.
:. Loui. Nov. .--Comtnmi-'uu
hioubes in i&. L Aluis a i up iil iiiliu
aKgans.; the new gamei law rectilt),
t- ti i(kl b1Iy the bit le lig laturt, I it
sail tu'r bllg hacht&ce-ri/ted Ias il' ia.


SENTOR


PLADEDIN STAND


Tells of His CoUIection WaLI

the Rialto Company.

TESTIMONY CLEAR AND FULL

He Answered AJI Qestions Put to
Him by Vtornvey Without Hesita
tion or Forethotuht-He was As.
sured that Company Was All Right.

St.L L~uls, Now. 6.-4kmcLo:oL It rztou
toola the stAfl La hsa IUn .s, a tO-
aay. 13&fure any tew b3AmozI wintro.
dtw%!d Judgco V'andOVeeattUt \ %t tr u uu
);i.ytUi tI ahich he l il h .. ..- :,v ,
ILUae *UUrd bVe perUMlale.1 tl III .11-11k
t.ld t'Uce Lt Whlh &a OiiJ ab a tn AJ
hiis$&inivod yeawcrdy fuor tiiv ;.u '..i uo
had co'llinuui "16d W cii(" KI 1. (':.t;
Mud SL' r tv its COLUPj.O Y. 111AiI I aL t .i'
V!oi jI) tIutOU uhzu'MoyineWI v Iiii g st.uicr
baLu~ t~iby the Ilia o oOnut'"' .m .~it
Itbi ig.i~ou b4 had own 1. 'Wt
tur tht tic uwince cof a frau'i a i. I
a nd vr Lal14 rul Ing, Pv, i rN
PrIce- 'As rJV(lSed by t' ;o'I ':
Miv. IVries twtlVfltd thit .!'I.I I A,:q


a rt-port to WlA superiw
lice, j ette"e lpOonditouu.,


frcuiu the fICi. dp'ae'r* aelt u, that IL.' *. Il cttlr %as a a nol LucU i!
iiiacnkk (i c:ass Ilgis galoa u de-r' wua ile'ct'&ar) but ii
St. IAihl sfirmsa, it L% sal Iare- s''l rt mwnlaktri ti liig anly 1,
Ing otu zariwt-dl uatie-r tellItnaUof ait with thi. IWaltu oou~upij


l'keol ldil rnamlnaticns t.I( new law
makes against the common lpeIple I
favor of influential and wealthy gun
clules have Int uencedt kl-gisltin Ill
4.' msttes and territories. Tih notices
say In part:
"Not only ts every otlizen of 81
Louis deprived of the right to Ity
game or have It shippe'd to him front
any point In the state are have it In
hlis iporweslion at any time hit he is
Irewv ntl from rec'e!vlng any Igame
fiiln iany (it'er ';ate or clty-- o
that St lAd^iL 1 to'JQ- only InlaIe city
In 'the U'nltitd Satei so hampoled and
inll, p,-"d ,on."
T'lf, lAW- aret dIelarvel by the conm-
n:i l i!: nwnn t
IN FAVOR OF RECIPROCITY.

Want This Policy Pursued In Regrd
to Phillpplne Producta.
Merien,. Onna., Nov. !S-Oarrea-
man PK H. Itill yetrr.la) exprt-sed
blrms-lf *uroun'y In favor id rcpproc-
Ity withthh rnnlippinee
It will t1w a ire-a day for (omnetU-
rt,. rbe said. when re'lpro ~ty Ait
the Islands Is e.wablle'd Prrnm wbat
I have lIrrned lurlnog my trip lo the
Ilaandat w 1: tW. lhe mcaen of s.lUng
a mHllon or t,, ,loliars a ).ar to the
tobecco Inlilt-' I am ermnvinced
tbat with no 'irlif on (,onnetlicuf to
baoo Ito t2 P'.:lippines. thousands of
pomss would p a..l there- eaeb year
DLrtg my stay It the Ietana*e I
tllrvrIwed msani if cthe late 1, ,
baro manwfacurrrrw and they told me'
that with a Clonirolllt wramger th y
ronld Srx rIefns:y opIt e withb ft~i
Oermans who a-r rae(.1ly wlnnla fthe
bade of (tlna and Manrhurl a way
from t(heps Te manstaarltet ar*-
baly1u thier wlw rs fron rftamerl
sad the provinr ,f l.a Ils l a beat y

I abaMl do all tn my power it, irtntt
aboul the prM-s te n.arm ee fet,
RIilIppleas r i t.r rr l hl


fe sKlld d andfive lin)~
Hm c ,a..s P'aiB. *ITse'e i'aw In.'
In It wyefthas th eae .vSmia valsml
rvOd at 'I aloeow a em:Oi'l today
The W""6 WOO s- aGv4 hot A TOWs-004
etou m bweve-a0"wfr'wgbd trafee
ONK W" 1%0 tsall -raja kleavig
Nawwfgo 04 06ra re ith the vw!~
so hbwkIS lsetowtnbs K04 l140),W
back j.smI bsin" Al 2The as
40 Id e WM tmuo *wet wrs.4
bet eamew w"Mdo&* t t a*mawl.
"m we"* wMPO Woe te oo *Os'
Isb&e~Mdto be bme seAaeb? Lie
*AM Aw te emsb-m of me

sof &am M"


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rttp tfiect.
gi-juatsur Ituriun ws I I1 1e101-I tei
tbe warnd. Ie' an&si%%(
tl'min ini a ls ir. dbit'iw- -e1i- aui
aieiaro-tily wit? hut ? Sav .J ,' i tii '
though Itle- tm-quenl eIai.l~ei.. I
his coutif-el asJaiahm I t p;'n11mix fil, rv.
p)l4a beWorethe ou vat'f. lt roof t be its
temigaljon,
The -stUator'tvp! niticil) IIi the- h'I
gnliuihg. fiooilus (A.J ')taIt R1A' i Iin
Liii- furza'r Itr IaI. Ai s I vlii' i IeP,'Itit
that In diecrairug I l
witj Tetoutas If ll~t' a ':e:,iiant i~ tar
ion lild m truie Ynl v!; Ilbe ira fa-t
that before the can. 'aci4in r rel ic'Ihi
tNi)li N mo o~1rnent I #- he IILaarl'vi cmi
patny s b arr te'd train Ini whlca
they were enmultr "t c 4$1 Nlviwt i)
('hir-arti had .r ut. I hr. tasloaltuil
andd %-&an InIll o1 I 1.j the Jurist-
Jdr"ion (i the ""qrt It. eeean whica the
es" It to be tried


Senate Irton (is'l'In (ha darIng
his sunwrrastlim with ',amis sb o was
the rtoprsentIilve of @ I tallo o
ay be 11urtni al i ie fufllowing
wOrd* I Xh*Js-'t(u* ,''h his propowd
employ me t
"Now Ar tlarlau teme usdereana.I
yo. I sao a 4-55c?'r UI si AMY Is
uInG the mlai te& i c %., I) It tvn'
teasPlated In ay ail that I am c1a
pcted to 0o "fy Inftl hew In the J4
partmest dOeetly tirerclyr"
"M assldr waV r I a.sdifte fi

-Now. smsar. we n. t ame WSWany
Influence Is the dpseaot."
RW as to Lbt(IA I e'iSO0 olr.
@4 by the Ioita avsaF Is see-
Iba with 11 P;N It as a masel
to app IS the .14kr of #e red
dent Major [Issts e *aw O' UsCae

'I -old kfm I 414 r wat to *star
a a'ss gs m( l o as 5Ia 9f W
rv% moq a a ram, sl I he ofHOe
en 64. &ad segu : a ga asi of

I A*a WAWAf lear =,A& &
m, Sapmeataatby t. -IS" sno
sy. I we"t ue to a. .irs4a (l ws
Iss"No w Mou he.L 3

uta, saaWW to Wars (.b .. 4 ad
S e with erkb ah I ftbe


Ma5 14h04"ht thlar. swes "Pe *am

I Men d ""(brwvs th at I"
baSe bd to bwbhOv l -f tM- Se
pWW ev!t ath Ob eroa -s d Oa. w r
OMM"M, "j raw 1 aIe4 be" rc vI
that the S";t* cam rW Wn am nar.
I aies M Wesaf t &bad s beV 1I
000M_ Is *SS WI of It MIOU
&V as& a" Iw I I =
-IWMW


hY a ili'41`0 fil S U L T A N W IL L N O T
in my JeallnPrq wit'i !hp (iiiparitnnieut

STIEL DRY DOCK FOR MANILA. YIELD TO POWERS

WI1l Se Towed Fourteen Thousand
Milsesto Its Destination. -
Wsa*ngtos. Nov. 25.--J. .). wwxi Rejhcts Thtir Proposition of
a tumeaw:~r W Ntwfok. Lhas Juat r. tut
ed a contract a!:it the lnay Maituamifr
mcat to go out to Mai'a on the I1)11
).,wpy. on tin-tie oftlh euov renulrka- CHRISTIANS MAY BE MAS4ACRED
bli enlit, 1 niodorn tini 5.
T:.e 1). 1). Il w.'y zueauit btA1 l) .gc'l The Porte's Reply to the Demands of
floating d.,y dock now at *)lOnltm's the Powers Contains a Thinly Veiled
itlau~i In te l hite Wakt' Ihay, which is
des~airued to took (be lasf'dt of Threat of Turkish Outrage. Upon
the Ainierit-auu naval force ili t.'je Mi'.r Christians In that Empire.
k1iit it tilba I gT t W!rticliue can evo~r (Xm uliioplC via S4la. Nov 2 -
be see~a,4yplitelthri furIf e ourtrly to We io
soxa. tb*-% 14.t ko4 niiIvo. lying Ii 11W it Only &th d i'iil-im
Uuir Ikwv~oa IN uot ouly a satt'Mouicaarr
irtiLt'Itou oft taii i dfwaltaIm bill ntiaiua
Mr. i.lloto livetkirtl111tUi ul) Ve d that the pre
during tihe' vola.z. Ilt i a lt---i0-id-- -


omaure of Lampox, wil ptdsll)iy excite to
of hit life. lit, will rc v TiurklIth itieittiiou to re~ r'jnlaeIa on tit*
p'nueation per r ;'noti h, il& ve'.t-'l t% 1Citt i nIt I I I I cel i uts that the Ot
Noe' at)5tai litt'. ha %%l u r Ittl Inan sti gop uent t rnin icaced tile re-
t iat it ni II, I.. 1m ilils to li"i itira: forms asvl tl i(he %luj'rilvr eg jilgram
Piutrils A'.14111Aa r~ cbr1diuKg to) ctio i. off. id stays tOat if t hi-sp Ilid wilt out irely
ccIr Aand he' W!; lucy- ;!1ll .' eumy f gIN miueeec'd thNMnIt 'AA& t it tha' red
e'O lil ly andljs-1111 eoinfsirt I o trlhe L tile 11it n111 Iti c du
l 1:,e A l' 1,1a 1i11i,u41411 t (I 'tlA Of t lit, liA. Ula uiild W &U411at I MAui trth iatikt-ii
rnaehiuut!.i u'~L~'e ~. ~''Iau'i I l:i, t.m)timfiltil(' ml)i Kt.atA 11iut It.19
-v'o- mid I IerHI in-1i I*!cl
'Tl' Id- a gsalerI~uiett fitasinr Itl~ nI.il'f
tricJ4ml, in'1 111 '11 f ni ou uril 1'wi''4 I4 14'
are ',o rt:Ienwiii jt It' 'i it, f ''It'"I
I I 'I ef#%IN aceLIlO 'uui,&, Amee tIt IA i i tiv l

w .11 l~it- r. ':m itI hI 2 h it : b-ult 4 %%11,l ut

i nla = -tir th;' cri vCi ct ivil
CONGR4iTULATES HER K4JNSMAN. If tul' i tersU tiviva4t' (lit' lios
- iii,' i iliti o l t d rie ) u o itialijce'i Ihi'a cer i


Famous Southern Woran TILen Part
of Midshipmmn Merritetincr,
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i iii lo t litI, r wivilig ita-risa , lihii'r
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fv'f- m 11-,311 t.. i s' : ~ *,.,i'4 liqis '.. efo
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M11 101uu1fiill Mc ?I%%q r to''e' a ne'tal
re '.4 a:I (ie f Mfro, iteI;,so fi 4,1toiiig
NII, triwitl be-r isaofift un ci ifatitlly. win'
lavel several aus-a un i %au ejfeisuiltigal
lantly in tIN-e'o uwluqr 01*otlrri'
(il latter date wse-i .. *fi:.nriged an
I'm agjjttithrn I I*In wits at- gbelwovi
the slat"w


MKMPHIS PHYSICIAN OgETS 10000

His Reword For Keoping VYolkek Jos
044 f TenMsee City.
Colrgwu. Ntev it --A diePatelb ti (iII
Trltmine. from Wvqshira. Tess sasi
f Tw Itorunsri* *arllat sd a him Irom
A IeASlag ewcid l WMoa I f the re-worot
gIvr. "a fo Dihaer Joe**. preside'
of tht Memphie bleas of hofeafth is r
gaItlas of hill eso fIp e*f's ..
ePtm the '-tho re Prom r* re-llet, toW. r
'tsairg 'he- roreal vislt cii the UII e.'
inro or"Oliers oweML
The c'* sar the v e I(o .a a I
WI'iplo I toha taes ep Oby lamll Sn
OdfIsee. woo jCkhly *"-Ire-'1 *! f '
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woiineuiiwntueuJoel Inres A:1rveopmotisle111it y
fiit fllt enotinqurticilot'u tl m iu~ay arm
I'mirll Ow AWrloctval S Illmil the publiclt
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W lna' I Wl I I ti ll 1cii fl,4 1i t I I in'p14Uliim 1
cirrivoi whathtu it 11 ii irpleil *am bring
a j -ll lra o.e igoti-inlit i i rel#r it t oo rtlIl-

('Ia 4 r1 rltuiC aith t li ecleje l et L.f llinu-
JlaIig Ittitrti At th'. wait e (liIi' II
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IMP Irf ci i th 14 111111o4 fl iii In i-' bll
tiwi it) at t o *r- .imptly it, !!,a. fit at iign
tdf ar imiltrrak
'I'l l Ptelal ein riprts*.e 1AfI n A tire, ctm
allo-ring Itht'e #I, l. ti -I hlie'r.'eimiti (
tipeIr nii(t'e'tt sit tmt It gartle lei-rotIn
nyu-v Iiitpricte'' tlL'i r i I h4Ir gut
l itmall tqA
1nrn maMara'nmtl :ui I' II#'itWe''iLn the,
fleema ) an'0111's eAl fI4 fIg t ii.
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CONSlOCRATION WAS $12.000


ugWas One of the Most Substan-
*t4 the City and Rents at a Good
Sum-Deal Which Shows Confidence
. f Outsiders.
Another important real estate deal
hae traspired in Galoesville, which is
evidence of the great confidence which
is belong manitested by outsidern In the
future of the city. These outsiders
have seen the rapid advancement of
Gaine,ville within the past two or
three years, which ha probably not
been exceeded in any interior city in
Florida; they notice also that instead
of an abatement this beildlog eoom is
inereaulng, and many are taking ad.
vantarg of she opportunity to either
boy or build.
A day or two recently J. J. Hay.
aa, the naval stores operator'of
lochlooaa, porhased what is known
Sa the T. V. Porter blook, corner West
Mat and East Union streets, the eon.
sideration being $12,000. The build.
S fagla question is a two-story brick
S smroctre, containing two large stores
Oa the grooud sad oflee rooms on the
emaood foor. The building Is in ex.
eolleat repair, and owing to its loos.
tlo a ommands good rents and steady
demand.
Friends of Mr. Haymans are con.
Sgratulatin him upon this acquisition
to his city properties.
I AT THE OHUROHES.
List of Various Places of Worship.
Sermon by Rev. Way.
Bervicea will be observed as the vs-
S ris ohurhes this Sabbath as follows:
Flint Prebyteran Ohuorb--Morn.
'", Ingeerv lo at 1080 by Rev. E. W.
Way, former pastor. Sabbath whool
ast I3 p. m. Westmslter League at
,Jo p. a. Eving servrie as 7:30
,. eo'elok.
Ka Esrvan gh Methodist Ohureb, Rev.
T.J. lie-4unoday school at 9: 8 a.
m. Preachian by Evageplist D. B.
Sti seeat lOt a.m. At hbis service
pr. Stusooe will speak epeolally to the
6 )ndae sad parents. Joalor lMaOe
'. at 10 p. m. At the Sealor Leoage
S bor, I80 p. m., Dr. Strosee will sp'ok
to te young people. Preahing' as
I TO0 p. m. by Dr. Strousq. Theo pe.
sal revival services will continue
throogk the coming week. Meetlogs
Sats p. sad 7:80 p. m. every day.
First Baptist Ohurch, Rev. 8R.
Bogert-Sunday school as 9:80 a. m.
On aoeeat of a burial this morning
the morala s ervioe will not begin oun
til 11 o'elak I object, "Thrown From
SHorse." oaubeams meet ast
o'clock p. m. ) Jualon at S On aso
eoo0t of the revival service at the
Methodist obrebh, there will be no
evenilg service at this eharch.
Holy Triiaty Epieopal Church, Rev.
F. H. Crlaghlll-Servleee at the usual
bous.
Advaetit Ohristian Ohure, Rev. W.
M. Strout-Sundary hoo! at 9:30 a.
m. Preaching at 10:90 a. and 7 p.
I.
The usual services vill be observed
as St. PatrikVL Catholic Ohureh, Rev.
P. J. Lyb.
MILTON'S NEW MILL
I( Mederi and Has a Cutting Capacity
of 0,000 Poet Per Day.
The new sawaill of .' 3. Melton at
Micopy hoa been oampleted, and the
eteam was tired oi to the mehlooery
toe the ret time Friday.
It will be remembered that some
tlmeage Mr. Neltoa. who owned a
comparatively small mill, had the mis*
forrtue to lose the same by fire. A
large quantity of leaker upon the
grounds was saved by herole eforts.
bet jst ooae monit later, to the day.
thk lumber wa eoonemed by fir.
With a deteraiation nmo1 to tr out-
doee, Mr. MNhoa mla ediately arrange*
ed for the eoaetertoa of a larger and
are modero luIber oeattag plant,
wirthe result that he now has oae of
the taerrt d moet modern mills lt


th seeta of the tteso. The etoer.
priMse lUI pe a good thlag for Misa.
O emOuMeslital.y. as large umber
of tbans I be employed
Tee is m petd to be auaboadae
of fe*w imbr I the MIaepy eestk.
A QGeOuarle Ow Pe Pats.
uhia bMl dg. M. pmrerilag


BARGAINS IN AN sNdYASL HOP.
MEDICINE.
MEDICINE Young en Entertained in lever Style
A woman once wrote us Friday Evening.
that she was not going to A party ofyoanr men of this eity
buy Scott's, Emulsion any teodet as lInformal bop. eompllmeo-
more because it Cost too I".wtl ldes' tphed Inof
much. Said she could get ~ ~ ~t tfI frior fuo~*ou
some other enulsion fdi less ofe .
money. Pefi' wise and TIhere SWer ent pnon this ocsa.
pound foolish. Scott's Emul- *son the following: Miss Ricard.,
sion costs more because it is Mle Bodir. Mi v Hll, Min
Nerbol, IdM( Wileox, MiM Miller, Miue
worth more-costs more to COtherito Bampton, Mie M]me
make. We could make Hamptoo, Mia Ross, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Scott's Emulsion cost less by E. Dow, Mr. ad Mrs. H. L. tlauebin-
using less oil. Could take son, Mr. and Mr. J. M. Turner, Jr,
less care in making it too Mrs. Dr. B.P. Richard, Mr. K. A.
less are making it, alor, Ms. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. J.
If we did, however, Scott's wM. moono; MeHrsn. A. M. Diekson,
Emulsion wouldn't be the Lee Graham, James B. Dell, Heory
standard preparation of cod Davis, B. Oase, A. J. Doyle, Wade
liver oil as it is to-day. Hampem, Howell Sherss, M. C. Sale
sCoTT a DowN&, 409 .Paulstr.s ,Yrk and Benj. K. Thrower,.
sCO i IA OWE P O The party "tripped the light fantasy.
Lie toe" util the mid-night honor, wben
LAKE OITY COTTON GROWERS all retired a tired but well contented
Will Organize a Long Staple Associa lot.
tion November 28th. G. B. Burbans Testifies After Four
There will be a meeting held at Lake Years.
City, Toesday, November 28th, for the G. B. Barbhos of Carlisle Center, N.
purpose of organizing a Long Staple Y., writes! "About four years ago I
Oottoa Growers' Union. Harvie Jor. wrote you stating that I had been en.
dan will be present and address the tirely eared of a severe kidney trouble
meeting, besides other good speakers, by taking less than two bottles of Fo.
when the cotton situation will be ex- ley's Kidney Oure. It entirely stopped
plained. Thre following is the pro. the briek does sediment, and pali and
gram: -- symptoms of kidney disease disap-
Meeting called to order at 11 a. m. peared. I am Ilad to say that I bave
Addresses of welcome by Mayor J. E. never bad a return of any of those
Inman and Hoo. R. T. Boozer-five symptoms during the four years that
minutes each. have elapsed and I am evidently aored
Response-To be supplied. to stay cured, and heartily recommend
Addrese-Advantages of Organia-. Foley's Kidney Core to anyone suffer-
tion to the Prodooer-Hon. Edwin nlog from kidney or bladder trouble."
Brobston of Jacksonville. J. W. MeCollum & Co.
Address, introducing Mr Jordan-
Dr. A J. P. Julian. Death of Carl Bruton.
Address-Hoo. Harvie Jordan, press. Carl Braton, seventeen years of age,
dent of the Suothern Cotton Associ. son of Mrs. 8. M. Broton and nephew
atlon. of Mrs. Chu. J. Mixon, died at his
Organisation and adjournment. home in Soothwest Gainesville at 12:80
A rate of one fare and a third, plus o'clock Saturday noon, after ha il neu
M sents, has been eenured on the rail. of only two days, with hbmorrhagi re
roads. Be ure and get a certifoiate ver. Deeesed was a very popular lad
from she agent whea you pronhas among his assoelates and hi sodden
ticket, which will be endorsed at the death proved a great shook to them, ao
meeting, well as bie famvi
Son Lot Moth.The feral will be held from the
reeldenoe at 10 o'clock this mornnal,
"Oonsumption runs In our family, Rev. B. B. Rogers of the Baptiest horch
and through It I lost my mother," offelating. The interment will be in
writes E. B. Reil of Harmony, Me. ,verreen eemsetry.
"For the pat five jears, however, oa The Sun, with eter friends, extends
the slghtet sipa ofasoougb or sold, I sympathy. All friends of the family
have taken Dr. King's Now Diesory invited.
for Oonsamptiou, which has sated me
from serlou long trouble." Ri moth. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
er's death was a sad lose for Mr. Reld. Foley A Co., Obhiago, originated
but he learned that lung trouble most Honey and Tar as a throat and long
not be neglected, and how to oure it. remedy, and on aeount of the great
Quickest relief and cure for coughs merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and colds. Price so and $1.00; Pgar. and Tar many Imitations are offered
nteed as all drag stores. Trial boe for the genune. These worthle ls imi
ties fr.tations have similar sounding name.
Saturday Morning Fire. Beware of them. The genuine Fo.
An alarm of Ire was turned In from ley's Honey and Tar ie l a yellow
Box 54 an 24 o'clock yesterday morn. pekage. Ask for is and refuse any
log which sommoned the department substitute. It is the beet remedy for
to a small house owned by B. F. Hamp. A ood hean colds. J. W. MeOollom
to., West ColumbI street, and oceo-
pled by colored people. Owiag to the BIg Timber Deal.
early boar and the great distaooe from It is rumored that a big timber deal
toe station, together with the fact that was con ummated to this Oity a day or
the alarm was not trained ta astll the two recently, when Perry N. Colaso,
flame had galaed quite a headway, repreeeotlng the Wade A MeNair Land
the roof was destroyed. Some of the Compan, old to B. B. Lowman of


furniture In the house wa also ooa* Raleigh a treat of tmber comprising
miderably damage. It Is believed the 0,000 aroe near AIrer. The rumor
origin of the flre was ienendiary, could not be veriled, owlan to the In.
Th "- "- ability of The Sea s preesatove to
The E Thin eired for Co se any of the parties latetod, bat
l nation. thoe las posiltlo to know relate is t
"As a certain purgative and stoeamh a fIes.
poriepr Chamberlai's0 Btomas and It is not know htor what purpose Mr.
Liver Tablete eem to be thbUoeaes bltn Lowman expet to see tlie aber.
required, strmna eougih for the mot -
robst, Iet mild enough and safe for Wer Dlesrmer.
ebindrea and without that terrible White s CMeam VeUrmltgo not oly
gripa0g so common to most parp. kills wornm, but wses the- meee
stlm, e ea r. D. Webstor&Co..Udor4 and slime a whi they be their
Otarte.Oanda. For sale by alld asri ; is briag and qeklya health
Soadlitio of thekbedt where wew
IThe Service of Praver. eassuet Xiet. ge b M W MJohaeos.
The erol s of the week of prayer
held by the Woman's Foreiga Mision. Will Overhewl I tM-hlip OUe01s
ary bolety of Kavaaaugh Methodiset washauebt 3 -". aos o as
CIOarkh darig the pat eek have <'b Uri btew lmrsL am
beg wlU ateded and fall of interest. u der-wr s tobl IM
The* tedle der e mst eredis f or j a e l m s w,
their earne OChrist wrk.t. lto his a aWMWO t
soeety has ewa Very rapidly ti s a. ., w y w4 ,d ~ o Mo
ben derin the jeer. Tee el o r fi t 1 ese
pa dea, r eTI. e. Mle lst. a s tables to 4 t
*very tle In workE iad h a a I < mt te hne b
*- ry am to be grastSle at tei lea Ma o m n -a br
prgra m I. _bied r be to i
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Leather in Strips or Sides,


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Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved Englt
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for USae.
GAINEVILLE, FLORIDA, U 8 A




ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
(x=0ooz"porateel -
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Abstrmts of Title and fall formation furnished rtlnrdinl lands ib
county. Our manmwr bu lived In this eout thirty aoin dW
to thoroughly eonvernan with land tloe.


E. E. VOY LE.
Iru, AOoIDoNT, BUROLARY AND INDXMNITY INSURANCl Lepn
Mur am8 r a r of prant merian sad aish lec01or
REAL ATE AND 0ITY LO.



I TH LCH CONTY ASTUCT CO., I
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The question
of Title the
first consid
eram!oo for
the investor.


Renders reliable service of every sot along the l of
nad Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alaoho aoounty.
8PECIALTIES: Abtraets of TitlUe Tax Sale iSeauln
Ag1mbs r NIlMeaRe. t Lrad Ownrt Plats of (eudm
Towns, Ete.
TCW.t.
Refervane: First National Bank of Gaineville. H. .
Doatre A Oo., Banken.


Gainesille & Gulf Railway Compa:.

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OP FLORIDA.
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SORE&IJ UEK
Who a Sore or Uler, is slow in blioq it is the best a die-
eased codAtion of the bood and a disordeied system. Ti the
bodily m cities, which sasaid pass off thibtugh the a of
n ift arebein. retin ed1. a t sJ rom somen cu ab-
mlnlhwastute nmattei becomes .tsp e 4 In pqOmPucb outlet
tlought Sore or tlce, keep it I have not words to
inflamed, painful and festering. As praise your great mfi
the blood constantly discharges its n omy t
poisM into these places, they eat a e I ..
deeper into the surrounding lesh and awh* it bom*ia
the poisonous esmt WM
tissues, growing larger and more this was about tont
odensive i spite of all the sufferer never se any a i
can do, until the entire health is aunt, Mo.
affected. Washes, salves, powders and such treatment are d eibaMtt ,r the
reason that they are cleansing and also help to relieve the pain, but they are
S min no way curative. The blood is killed with
poison, and until it is removed the sor canot
heal. 8. 8. S. is the only cure for theseevi-
I *- dences of impure blood. It goes down to the
s o K 4 root of the trouble and cleanse the cirulation
REfL VfEGETABLE.Ri of all poisonsand impurities. S. & 8. esrickes
E.LY T .. the blood and reinvigorates the different mem-
e of the body so that the impurities and waste matters can pas off as
nature intended. Then the discharge ceases, the sore scabs over, new flesh
is formed, and the place heals permanently. ok on Sores and Ulcers and
any medical advice you need without charge
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I OLL0WAY WALS 'FM COWT HOSE w Is &y Today?
/Better, thank eE In fact, quite welL
OR A ATED MAN Fat, round and fal lof life and mischieL
Pink and white fleh, dotted with dim-
ples. No cough, so digestion.
I, T"t P (~OW ft W iu 0 edA All on account of
pt blihed in The SAn. aoio.g with other
4 Jfifdnijht Uta~d e 'ampa3in matter. I h. result was that


ASTED FOR THREE


DAYS


Was Vigorously Contested From Every
Legal Technical Standpoint by Some
of the Moat Talented Members of
the Florida Bar.
"We, thejary, A t e delesaat, W.
elBwqy, et g aty. g* say we
all P. T. BAKUiB, srea."
this was the verdiet of the jury
Swhkt held the deatiniesof W. M. Hol-
lowa, State Superinteadent of Poblic
Instroation, in their hands. The ver-
Sdiet wa returned at four minraor of
mldaight, and the suspease of a great
many of Professor Holloway's friends
-wasrelieved, a It was fared at one
time the jury would hang over Son-
day. This suspense was not osesioned.
howoaer, on oeeoaas of lak of eno0 -
do ee in the verdict, as the ease wau
so clearly defined and the evidence in.
trodoead daring the three day*' trial
so lacking of convicting strength that
thire was really o ease. Of the four
counts presented, by order of the court,
only one was aeeepted, and that was
the ebarp published In an article by
Professor holloway In The Sun, on
December 24, 1908, under the caption,
"The Booker Washington Afair."
S The evidence being in, argument in
the ease was begun the middle of the
S afternoon. 'he argument was open.
ed by Ateorney J. M. Rivers for the
defense, who made a ine plea. He
was followed by Attorney B. A.
Thraher, who made a good, strong
S talk for the State. Attorney Alex St.
*lair.Abrams was the last speaker for
the State in the afternoon, when court
.adjourned until half-put seven
o'clock.
S Court House Was Crowded.
When oaurt convened in the even-
ing the court room was crowded with
many of the beet people in Gainesville,
including a number of ladies. The ar.
f moment was opened by Attorney Syd
L. Carter for the defense, who exereis-
--4d his usual elquenoe. He was follow-
-ed by State's Attorney Calhoun, who,
in a most forceful manner, endeavored
S to Impress the jury in the interest of
the prosecution. Attorney Frank
-Olark, for tse defense. closed. Mr.
Olark, as is well known, is one of the
most eloquent speaker. in the State,
sad he proceded in a masterly way to
tear the evidence and argument into
shreds. He spoke an hour and twenty
minutes and made every word count
with the jury.
Judge Wills' Charge.
The charge by His Honor Judge
Wills so the jury was a most precise.
elear and impartial one. This charge
was completed at 10:40. and three min-
e later the jory had filed into the
jury room. The verdict was returned
In m e hor and thirteen minotee, only
as itstast before the eloek was strike.
Siga the honor of midnight.
The jury ls the ease were F. T.
SBker, foreman; W. D. Tillame, Jobs
D. Polk, J. C. Baite. JM. Manilag
ad M. E. Jolly.
History of Ca.
Isalmahe as this famous ease has
bess e* the docket of the e treal for
teptws yearn having bee poss
pe-sd Ifr time to time, it may be
well to gnea shert synopels:
Ds r ntheempai of lD01i, .
.-aM at that tim the neombeat
nd Wa. Holloway thea Coasy
hlesela-ia-m- of 8hoobl of Alaohoa
S-eSSay, wer ld4M ae or the ole
-l e S peuatcadest of Pbile i*n
ranwmes. Mrm.beab, spes the em
les o ofe A e a oesmates of eesoty
esbhel spu8ateodetead al B Oer.
eeMl 8sellil Besard la this
lat. laWted B~lker T. Wrabogees,
asbh as i renes Io Ge lom
rTuJ. Mr. Sho alslegpd tha a
eddessed to father par
e thie aly asuminba l het of hi
a-.a of Ml. Ballo way slor
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UaPePoofle a shep de oMos ofI
-_cka agent Ww Normal I
.00 s 6(al h)ad beloI
W to In she wae dia
Madeve isspok I I"- ubas p.Is
me ofdosobel a"for wft p~
PI& Wbw so Ip db
aObow golImdasewa
loo sumonIVt. Ns~m ad


Mr. Sheats caused the arrest of Mr.
Holloway upon a ebarge of criminal li [.
bel.
The above are the facts in the ase


in a atuhell, and the ground upon
which the same wa brought. It was
one of the most closely and vigoroouly
untested eases ver presented in this
county, some of the best legal tal-
eain the State being employed on
both sides.
THE DISTRICT CONVENTION.
Masons of the Eleventh District Had a
FiQ Seailon.
The diatrelt eotvention of the
Eleventh District, F. & A. M which
was held in this eity with Gaionerille
Lodge No. 41 Thraday and Friday
evenings, was well attended, every
lodge in the district sending repre-
sentatives. The convention was pre-
sided over by D. D. 0. N. A. M. Cush.
man, one of the most widely known
and best posted Masons in the State.
The work was exemplified under di-
rection of Most Worshipful Grand
Master Ohas. W. Johnson of Jaoksou-
ville and Pat Orand Master Marcas
Endel of this city. After the meeting
Friday evening an oyster supper, wa
tendered the visiting brethren, which
it is needless to add was greatly relipl-
ed __
Cold Storage Meats.
Those who raise their own hogs and
cattle to supply themselves with
meats should bear in mind that the
Diamond loe Company of this city and
Alachoa an prepare their meats in
the beet manner at either place Those
who have patronized She cold storage
plants ofthis company have obtained
the best results. Manager Livingston
Informs The Son that the plant at Ala.
ehua is prepared to give as good ser.
vice as the one in thi. city, which will
be a great conveni of that section.
An Error Corrected.
The report that Nobie Strobhar, who
was injured at High springs on the A.
C. L. railroad, several weeks ago, had
to have another operation performed
on his arrival at Waycross hospital is
without foundation.
At the time of the Injury hbl foot was
amputated at the ankle by Dr. William
Sutherland of High Springs, surgeon
for the road, whieh war a thorough and
careful operation, ard Ibe only thing
done for the wound on the arrival ,of
ynung Strobbar at ,W'aycroe was to
have it dreoed again, and his friends
say he is rapidly recovering
When You Have a Bad Cold
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effet a per.
manent care.
You waat a remedy that will relieve
the lung and keep eapeetoratlos eay.
You want a meedy that will man-
tersac amt tendency toward panesmila.
You want a remedy that is pessat
and atfe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy mets
all of thee requirement and for tsh
speedy and permanent ere of bed
Slds stands without a peer. For e le
by all druggists.
Spring Park Ehibit.
Frisds of Masager Olie., of the
fprtg Park Stoek Farm Compay., to
whom was awarded birty-lour preat
oes on hie live etoek exhLibt a the
State Fair. will eolagratlate him. al-
hough it was no more tbha was ex-
peeled, a it was hy far the beat sad
mOt attretrive eohibit, sowthwi -see*
tegthat the entire live soek depoa-
met was filled with ehotest regis-
red breeds The exahbil of S pria
Park Farm was dIvensiSed, aemprote
eNo5d sad Jeroey castle, Berk.bAr
ba. AmPes po.at, so. e doe,. brese
teebep sad other psltry
ISMl- LIer a Fe to Amthbes.
Yg ea smnot sW ^e Wtee' msL
iye rsr e 5e twae .e ye boO

-la *ud mn boO
e seol oI, Iamb, o Fe


Ic --s w Wsp low
"51mos ~to5. sab. Oise ftsumi
afte" hos p~lb sfor Sadis&~
am. be1m foosswe5..WW me.
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FRkeevrlf tto a
ance rd the fl
ibr ii rqwrl .1
N Mie% as r-'
CGu.r'lHr uOern'.,.
There has bhen i
rel in Sew Mcxlv-


III )TI 0 11 I 10 Is

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rxii' :oll (.
in. Jan Z I'P )c,
A r.,r fa 1. tnal()MP
f'w Dmor. ti flit, &: II


in view of K thct premltewt thtmieht iI
best to slec 5 '"fl t 0we In nfi
Way momnv#4I %1'h .dwof tb. far
t0es". Me'. ItaaruMnan was earourIF
recso#de#d tn lb. proldeMt byhBere.
ryl Hfkebork.


CASTOIRIA
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ftm lcm


Preashmen Di.'eve" NeW COXL
Wv 'Fork. %,), 1IC-A lew 1
psab to Use I I- -14 t rimPmU says
that m. claik A1sa. rM &m
net VV*O* awl-f, wwmo thm
fte cbmarronry -f LaPft eassexa
a* mm"I o Iof he bemerd Sed m
u I sd o soabwww ofw
k. masts. say af tso" is
peltemy a trui'-st of at WW Ow



tard Memhr Pla of a Ijss oh,
0"b. umshereis d iuSbumA3A,
AIL. -Ow *or*lot IVII meG 011

b uk t WM I baud Saw
two #9. Is 1ea4rnu~mbheboor
ow sew 11hor" sad weinio. Bevmws
*ad g 6m was SOL


V. b'd e aaine w of apies o fl~
sow m' bsowy ft oa kas TWe
801111 488 LIIIt oa abm me
bo pw S-VIaIIIIIIIsI10
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DO


YOU


KNOW


That the factory prices of Shoms have advancerl
from 5 to 15 cents a pair, and the factory lrep-
resentative. advise that another advance will
shortly come .


Our Staek Was Osatrasled for EIg Meaths

Ago and Delivered FRESH FRM

THE FACTORIES.


admabdstered by a mother whose love
was tempered with common sense.
She know that 020MULSION is
a fountain of Wmer for grown-ups,
too. It stop wste of flesh. It makes
plenty of ric blood For pale, feeble
folk it is the chi nourisher at life's
feast It crue Consumption when
takes ln time. Aj" druggists sell it-
go ceats ad $Lu the bottle. Let us
send yo
Frm Sie kIttl by idl
Write letter r pr pl to
OZOMULSION CO.
Se Pine Stres New Yori

SEA ISLAND COTTON GROWERS.
Meet at Valdosta and Organize an As.
sociation and Elect Officers.
Valdosta. Ga., Nov. .:-- The sea
eland cotton growers of ;trGiia and
Pkrlda met here and i p'trf'cved an or-
ganaltlon wjlah as to tbe au auxiliary
of the Southern Cotton, G;rwcrs' as
soclatlon. liarvI Jor,.i uwas present
and spoke. He wasr cl itl president
of the association. and J W\\llllam, of
Alachua, Fla., vice rSii.dut, and F.
O. Shell, lAke Butler, F.;i. st-rtary.
Resolution@ were ahli,l>'l a.*kin the
department of ag culturl :,ir riulr r and
separte report o6 sa a L.hind cotton.
Reuoutions wUa also nloio '1 bpli'ging
the members to Impri,, t ie staple
as much as polble.
The name of the aii-,llaiion was
fixed as "Sea IslantI c',':,o usnorla-
tion," and It wa ds ':, ', i.n.,ld to per
feet an organization Irt .' iry 'county
and militia district it i '!. ~e Island

No Case of Pneumonia on Record.
We do not know of a rsille instance
where a cough or culdl reultel In
pneumonia or oaomtlt ion when Fo
ley's Hloney and Tar had been taken.
It cores eoulhs and colds perfectly.
so do not take chasers with some on-
know n preparation which may contain
opiates. which eaure' constipation, a
condition that reLards rteoivry from
a eold. Ask for Fol,,i's Honey and
Tar and refuw anv substitute u nred.
J. McCollum c ('o
Rooevelt Apponts Governor.
Warhlnlton. Nv 2', 'r slelnt


and other we'l known line-
cally offering you (;OLI)


G.


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s.


at Factory Cost it is practi-
DOLLARS at t5c each.


HYDE.


MERCHANT & CO.,
Retailer aad Jobber In


Staple and Fancy Grocenes,

Iral, lird. Wi aid Frmzlllw,


SOUTHl IDE SQUAIE.


UAINEUVILiX. FLOkIDA


Higher market pris paid for Ohlekoun. pW and other PhdonA .

A Complete srok of Hay. 0ora, Ol.s ti raw e, Meal. Cotoo Seeod MeeJ
anad fIe. We andso he al V T afrT oods at the LOW.
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Shoes at $3.00


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oAILY A TEWiLE PFRIlUHT. tl

A .0p I J~fThe people of Ocala, business men, so
newspapers and all, are afraid that #
el as the PoMs Osee at aeseawe, iM.. city's only attraction-the salooe- s
s secoad-l sell auser. will be taken away from them and one
of her citizens has a commVfealetiab in ,
SL f.OMcCBEABT.......Editor and PubilAber.
W.. Y. ... .W..t Asdsoeate tor. The Daily Baoner from wh(ch we make th
Y........ Ei the following extractions: m
TSS EBUlTa........... ....Oity Editor. "I wonder if these proltbitionista It
who admire Galnesville so ardently and al
LOUIT J. BMItJBY. Uen'l Traveling Aren. hold up that town as an example and aI
leader for Oasis expect the business ai
=. P3 Supt. Conpoln men here to be influenced or controll- I,
OFPICE: PORTER BLOCK. ed by Gainesville's boasts and claims. e
Saw.asifastreet, S. TELEFPHONX 43 "Gainesville has always been ) t
SP DAILY Sau, published every boring ex- friendly and neighborly to Ocala! Yes,
01t 0Ma0day, delivered by carrier in the city, or indeed. i
arted to any part of tihe United Statem, postage "She loves on so that she is ready to 91
e5,for5a year; 2.5 soix months; 1.5 three give free advice and friendly oonQsel t
s' ths;or o cents for five week.-trictly in about prohibition.
l 4YscC0 "It wae Oainesville that by unfair
Reaollng noticesin local Llunin to cents a line means and underhand methods robbed
or frst insertiou. and 5 cents foreach additional Ocala of the East Florida Seminary." ci
ateIsrtion. In answer to the Bret paragraph, it is st
Sdispy a made well known that the business men of o
Gaineoville sell more grooerles and les is
The Twice-a-Wetk Sun is an eight-page, forty- "grog" and have less bad debts to col- d
column paper, published every Monday and lIot through the workings of prohibit. t|
week, local, State and general, and will the ton. The ity has advanced under p
mauled, postage free, to any part of the United prohibition nla the last two years more w
States or Canada, for 1.o a year-in advance. than in any ten years previous for the w
All adertisg bill become due after first past forty years. This statement was a
apperancelof adverliment, unless otherwise obtained from a gentleman who bua re- b
stipulated In contract. Parties not known to un sided here all that time and is in a po-
wt be nrequlred to pay for advertising in ad. sition to show the flgores.
S. Address, THE DAILY SLIN, As to being "friendly and neighbor- fo
AInuVILU.. P .ly A to Ocala," Gainesville has only r
taken what Ocala made a failure of and T
SUNSTROKES. put it on a sound basis until the one
who gave is took It away.
A revolution in Turkey is looked for
In a few da Is may come in this "One thing Gainesville is to be com-
n aw dy. T tday cteh in thr mended for. She looks out for her M
c'sbntry about Thursday with a ter- t correpod
nLie mnasaore. own interests," says the correspond sA
_on&____ b
The law prohibiting the sale of "In order'to hold her own as a col- ca
S liquor does not prohibit its sale, lege town galinat others and to assist
nelther does the law of nature prohibit her in gaining the University, she
some people from making Jerusalem deemed it ne essary to 'go dry.'
poles of themselves. Laws as well as Being ambitions to advertise herself as w
some people need to have guardians. a college town she proceeded so adopt b
prohibition."
SNever stop ronnlong before the goal Here The Banneroorrespondent falls
Is reaebed because your adversary is a down. Gainesville voted for probibl- o
little aIn the lead. He may fall down tilo for her own good and the good of V
at the next step, when you can be an the rising generation in June, 1908
easy winner. It is better to be second The Bookman bill, to abolish all the
than to be ruled out. State schools and locate a new State
Universnlty, was passed in May, 1905.
The man who leaves town by the alnesville people never dreamed of
saleode route doena' have any atop* snob a moere when she voted for lo.
over privilelges nor get any retor eal option. Its progenitor were In an-
tiket. Bet It s considered the heap- other county, and would now do all Io
Sat route. their power to deetroy the worklang *f
The man who is loneeome when away the bill regardless of he interests of
rie bhis wife is quite a novelty In this the people. a
day and age, yet there are a few l-o. Alaobhna county offieern are doing
--* 1aed ueW s that we hare heard of lall they r on to eheck the illegal selling
the patl few months. of liquor within its borders. In regard
to the large number of case of bie II.
Secretary Shaw bu made several legal selling of liquor reported, we r. -
epeehee In Tampa without having ta for to a part of the presentment of the
iajuaetion served on him. Perhaps grand jury which says:
they are afraid that he has the money "We bad that nearly one-half of the
to fight It, being mixed up with the eam before as for consideration dur.
United States treasury. Ing this term have been for the sale of
Intoxicating liquors In this county.
Teddy Roosevelt, Jr, is a football We are of the opinion that the stand.
player, but when the opposing team lag reward of $60 for the condition of
got so kleking him around the field he persons engaged la this lawful busi- |
thought they had taken him for the ness is largely responsible for the large
pig-Akin. You can's tone down foot- number of eases before us. From oor
ball any more than you ean war. investigations of them we are led to
Believe that nla many instances partee
If the people want to know what lo. have been laforamed agaisst, either
cal option will do for a town, just let from motive of personal enmity or
them turn to Starke. Bradford county desire to earn the reward, or both. It
went for prohibition and now the pec- occurs to uo, aside from the enormoos
pie of that place appear with laun: expene that the payment of thee re-
dered linen and their shoe pclished. wards will Impose apon the county (if
Before they fired the saloone they de- the present term of court is an laIdis*
voted all their spare change, and some t(ion of what will happen In futuree,
they could not arlord to spare, to pol* that this reward is a dangeronue pree-
ishing their naral organs. dent by reason of (he fact that in
u manoy intamaee witseesn in eam of
The grand jury, whlkh made its this character are people to whom the
pre tmenrot to the circuit court the large eum of money might be an In*
other day, as certainly to be cornm* duoement to preat cases against per*
headedd for honesty of purpose. If eons who might not be violators of the
eor county can have such men to do law r."
the work for the tlest O(nerest of (he The prohibition law.it will be seen.
people we need have no fear for the Is not to blame for the foregoing. I5


future. The niau or metn who ilotheirkeelpe ite part of the compat the
duty fearlessly are what we waut same as any other good law. and like

A woman of 7 years married a mian Beware *f Ointments for Catarrh That
of SA at Albany. Y ., and her re.- Contate Mercury,
S maine have been found tn a trunk iHer As mereu r will surely deetroy te
youna husband ,r.muhly wanted. h.r to to o ol* l m om-eIly de.-I
S travel by a trunk ise. of smell ad emple l dern
.U..elbytruoiblyra. I 1the whole Otelm wheo e.tterlg t
S... . rI through the meousa seroee. eeh arl
SJudgins trm the reports ofr he ti les L should ever be wed exeept oa
Sgvad Juries about the State, the law pIeripti~ from reputable physi
S.e not put a stop to the attempts as I r
arde r,eo pt a stop to he attempt at s ane, as the damage they will do *s toe
w oir, yoet1 1o aw ut ww fl th old to the ged you a poesbly do.
reseJ optlo law rite fron tW Hall' COfturh Cure
Smaunfatured by F. CheIeyl Oo
TheK Inl sad que.-n of Italy have Tuledo. 0.. eastane o memt y. a
i the hearts of their people by vi-. a take lt e ally. siag dlro4etl
i lag th *sr*eren from the rweat upom the bleed and maowses erae
earthqahO end rl.eit n them from t l sytem. Ia Nli aw *
V.lrl rt sor I" 1"1 11 1010 il
their distre. takes interatly d- tx Tot e.
do. (so. by F. J.Ohe.y Oi. T-.
S It is anpoesed that -an mall r timoe"hta free.
e O t o WaahilgteI to do editorial ',ld by druggite. rte e per ber -
rWiag oa Mr. Heat's paper He is Take Hall's ftaily PriUet Sor l
abeudantly qealUdi: ,,, pae.


asIf


An International naval fleet started
out Turkey hunting on Friday. Six
esseels will try and bluff the Sultan.

Who wouldn't be Janitor of the
qolutable. He got $26,000 without any
parent effort.

Oreene and Oaynor have at last
found their Sper-the judge at 8a-
rannab. ________
The Jasper News I to have a new
ylinder preo and a new glasollne on.
ne.


S. L. Rawilus & Co.
Suooeaors so T. MJe&. A Co.
BROKERS.

Iteeks, (Cotten, rail ad Previwles.
Room 7, Ritawoller Building,
112 West Bay Street.
Private Wire to PriMlpl Isrket Cen(
ter. Pheoe o. 1171.
lfereaee: FORIDA BANK AND TRUST
00., 1Jaockavtle. M


W Ye. c&-- --
ORINO

Ulntive FR t Sup
PmMt to 11o
The new laxative. Does
not gripe or nauseat.
Curi stomach and Uver
tmobts and chroomc oo-
atipatloa by restoring the
natural action of the stom
rch liver and bowels.
Ier HaW )y J. W. I2Belf &(1.


,&'d


wear to aythling for a drink.
No, Indhd, Gaineeville's prosperity
id atvas*ment does not depend on
he saloon, for without it we Mave
tore contented and happy people than
ever gave as. We have no plaeee
ong oar public streets where ladies
re afraid to paoe from fear of obeeene
nd lmoUlting language that frequent-
I eomee frm soeh plaee, where men
in obtain that which will steal away
ieir brains.
"GaineeIlle looks out for her own
oterte," says The Banner corre.
)ondent, which is true, and that ri
h reason she has "fired out" the
&loons. __
The truth of the statement that our
tg look out for its own interests
would not be a thing to be ashamed
f; but when we win by fair means It
not very pleasant to be eaoeoed of
ishoneet methods. The people of
his eity eas well afford to be
rood of its natural advantages,
whiob are readily discerned by all
'ho come here. We have as good
town any in Florida and a heap
better than omne.

The people of Tampa are putting
north an extra effort to entertain See-
stary Shaw in a "hostile" manner.
he Current Events Club of that city
will keep him posted.

In the fight as Annapolis, in which
ildehlpman Merriweather killed Mid-
hipmen Branch, the effects of the
low the latter received le said to have
used his death.

The Czar is going to sell land to the
easants on the installment plan,
hiclh will be better than selling
onds.


Sfor Rheunatism, Cuta,
Sprain, Wounds. OMd
Sure Cure 'o.:-7
Sores Corm Bunioa
OaslH Brulses, Contracted Muscle, Lame Back, Stif Jointso
Froeted eet Burns, Scalds, etc. ..
AN ANTISEPTIC tht stops Irritation, subdues Inlam-
mation. and drives out Pain.
PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tnsu.em
promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Musclw
natural elasticity.
ST LINIMENT ON EARTH
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS UiED

OURED SOIATIG RHEUMATISE
Mr.. SI. peoa 500 Craig St., Knoxv ,
Tenn., writes: "I have been trying the bathsof
Hot Springs, Ark., for ciatic rheumatism, but I
get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
than any mediae or anything I have ever tried.
Incloed find postoffic order for $1.00. Send mo
large bottle by Southern mpresm."
TH SIZS: 25c, 50o AND $1.00
BS S4URE OW OET T rE GENUINE
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LO U. S. A.


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In a Company that is Resrpnsible, Have a Policy Correetly
Written With Liberality of. Policy Contract and the Company
Pays Losses Prontly


You Are Assured
That no serious loo can overcome you without you have some
refuge.


) Fire, lf, Accident and Healbth siran c
SNone but Reliable Companie Represented.


S A. J. CUSHMAN,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA



PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Mal.
-- ....------


Full Q MeU*ra 5QS& 5Q I s Q.
HusUalu Cub Ri7 .... ... 380 84 00 7 00
Neisea CMoeUtB* 52 0 # 16 7560
Moeaoramy........ w Poo
Haanes-44" R0 ..3..1ITs 5 06 599
SWIW Dre" .... ..4 10 5, 1900
Naeb Baati -. ---3 76 boo 50
Appi*Hek .........37S1 b1of 950
H.Mais"is....... ....Iso to To
0semews(ot. .....875 61OD tic
Raonh caseoss Cora IS 400 709
Mounteas~os ....1to 60 ?5Is
M~5b3ThnI.* ..* 3 50 so*5 se
Y ILMN f yasuboa8 5, 60O 5 0

Assorument AlleveG m AN Goeab of &mei

.W. DAPS ST. H ANNE


Ias. M. Gnaia. Presidt
6o0. W. HT, Vbs.-?siden


Bulk Oeeds-Junp Free-Net Proepad
5l.3 Pe veslos:
.O00 Per Galoa:
Rye. (Go. Corn. Ruo. Fne quality.
I.L0 Per Ualosk:
U(Mo Per Galon:
"4" Ry Pescb h d Apple Brry. Metow-
ed by me.
04.00 Per allUos:
Vitorts Rye. bSooll DroIp Rye. Meodeset
iuallsy.
LIMP ST L)>1'S HER. Per De.
IrBtha Beer ... ..... .
steidre ..... | d
. xtra dark ....... l
Io A e.Pda .. ........ I
Umom h 8atom. ptnu .......... I.
Priesw b tihe bbl. oS appstior.

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~iS AINE88YfILN FLORIDI)A,i N3EMBER 26, 1905


NEWS FROM ALL

PARTSOF FLORIDA


4 .M
B HappeLingsi From Various
,; Sictions of State.

S THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to
All Classes.
OCpt. Fred Kramer of Montclair is
setting out five acres of onions and fire
asm of cabbage.
Rev. J. E. Hughes. a noted Baptist
divibeof Knoxville, Tenn., is at Jadper
holding revivals.
The St. Augustine Rifles are in
S dager ofbeing "fired" for lack of
S disepline in the company.
The Elks lodge of St Augustine
will celebrate Thanksgiving Day by a
grand entertainment in their club
room.
Leesebrg policy holder of the New
York Life and New York Mutual Life
Insurance Companies will take steps
to protect themselves.
The last census gives FernaLdina a
population of 5.400 and a severe shock,
as they had supposed all the time
they had over 6,000.
0. H. Hibbs of Rockledge lost a val-
uable horse last week by a piece of
glass penetrating the frog of one of
his feet. causing lockjaw.
The Methodist church at Jasper has
been repaired and fitted up in a most
approved manner, and will be ready
for services next Sunday.
The Stearns & Culver Lumber Com-
pany have commenced the building of
12 milesof railroad into their timber
holdings near Laurel Hill.
The Welaka Mosr Fatory is now in-
sallIlg new and up-to-date machinery,
and expects to do a rushing business.
There is a good demand for their pro-
duet.
Oharles Hooper, who was one of the
vletime of the Nasauville tragedy anod
whom loe was amputated, Novem-
ber 1th, died from the effects of the
operation.
The Miami Elks dedicated their new
ball on Thursday evening and it was
sild that three new eandidate. were on
b ad to take the wire edga off the ded-
MItiloa serieee.
They are buildlag the railroad south
of Baraota and the towns are busy try.
la to lad a loetion for their city
isOdip. Florida Is a prosperous
to. Inre enough.
Thieve. entered the house of B. A.
rs as Bt. Ausustlne Tuesday
$, but did not get meuh booty.
n hs been a number of petty rob-
there of jte.
The German Imperial Commlosion,
lWba In making a tour of the South,
ru higly entertained by the people
Sof PMaoIala a few days ago. The mem-
ben were highly plead with the hoe.
ptallty of the Peseollas.


Of the U jurymon drawn for the
Malate eaoaty court, only one man
was taken from lh eity of Manate*
f ad the way the Itor of The Mass-
see River Journal llng Latin at the
whol eoour ootfit s a eastlon to the
algatom along the river banks.
Tbemrt a crew of 800 men sow at
werk s the Live Oak. Perry A (olf
BRlioad iL the vieialty of Mayo. sad
It is epeeted that they will begin lay*
lag eiu Into Mayo within a short
tie. They are now having a little
trouble In seeriag the right-of-way.
The trial of W. F. WillamI for the
mit of It( Daeby as Pensa ola
will b bgmn at Mariams Mo Neday
at. Williams hilled Joha White,
Sil employer at the ae Ine sad
wee-ded White's eoe. for whie be
Ws head guilty aad reamnmeded to

Thlepeople of t. Aegte waited
as the opera b tw o bhem se
enorlg i week a to bmr the per.
h emImmmof "Fraesb Lewi Mae.
bl bst wll ema wai to hber sh
mile- O1 !r presh a "*Me*" m esme
we mlaatlse. COf a Ihe mis- s rw
deI have the meehalmtI es.


Hoft W. Zoweuds of Do Me.am.

aeem. .sprAitag his wtesN ad is.
It a baes. l **he ase di." he
gaeg **t eaa aT est ay wa


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GIIOIRA eAPT'STS IN SEIWON.

ver 1,000 Oeelgeta Attending the As
sociaton in Macon.
Macon. Ga., Nov. 25.--Wheu exGov.
eruor Nortien called the Gtorgts Bap.
tist convention to order Thursday in
the First BptUst church, the audi
orlum of th a edfloe was tilled witl
delegates from every section of Geor
gia.
Over 1,000 wwe pr(,cnt and they


flocked to Maoon from every corner of
the tate. In addition to the dele-
gates. there weae others present. which
completely crowded the c'vuirch and
made it necessary to place chairs in
the aislea.
The morning session opened with
devotional exerdses, led by Rev. Dr.
L. M. Brittain. of Atlanta. after w'i;ch
the regular order of business w.s tak.
en up.
The election of officers for the com-
ing year was attended to a soon ;k.;
the enrollment of delegates had lht'n
finished, and It resulted In ex-covtrncor
V. J. Nortlen being re-elected pr sil
dent without oppoettlon. ;* 'eral F.
D. Huguenin has resigned as treasurer,
but so far no one tas been eltf'tril
to succeed him. The following otih r
officers were elected: B. I). Rarlda!'.
secretary; C. B. Chamlblee. ass.lant
secretary; and C. Bh. \Vlllinglthii J r
Soloman, J. S. Callowanv aind (. IH.
Campbell, vice preslideits
In an e hxluent adldrt .s Fr;ink A
Mallory. of \Macon, w* ' ega:(s to M.acon. and ithls was r .
pslond(ed to by I)r. W'. A. Smith. of Cto
lu:.iihus.
No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy.
From Napier (New Zealand) Herald:
Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of
New South Wales. Australia, had an
analysis made of all the conuh medi-
cloes that were sold In that market.
Out of the entire list they found only
one that they declared was entirely
free from all poisons. This exception
was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
made by the Chamberlain Medieine
Company, I)e Moines, Iowa, U. 8. A.
The abteeo of all narcotics makes this
remedy the safeet and bet that eas be
had ; and it is with a feeling of ecarl-
ty that any mother eaa give it to her
little ones. Chamberlain' Oough Rem.
edy s especially recommended by its
makers for coughs, colds, aroup and
whooping cough. This remedy is for
sale by all druggists

Premier salfour Rl0igns.
London, Nov. 25 .--/Temendoun aco
tivity developed in political circles coan
mequent on the circulaon of a well
founded report that Preentr Balfour
had decided to bring his ministry to
a close and to directly or htaectly. ap.
peal to the entry. Rumors regard
Ing tte regrnatilon of the cabinet and
the dilution of parliament aave bee
thick for three monthM pat. but wheo
two of the leading government org
today. almost in the name terrm, "sag
geted" the imdiate resignatlaM o
the premier on accouat of the namen
dable breath ln te untoalst party over
the fi al qoestlon, the "suggetle"
wav looked upon as having bes I
spired by Mr. Ballour himself.

Man's Unreasonablness


Is often as great a woman's. Bet
Those. S. Austin, manager of The R-
publican of Iavenaworth. lad., was
not unreasonable. when he refaed to
allow the doetorn to operate oe bhi
wife for female trouble. "Insted," he
ay., "we eomelod.d to try oeeotrI.
Bitter. My wife was than se Iek hbe
aeMd b ardy leave her bed. aid lie (6)
physlelas had failed to relieve her.
After taking Eleetrie Bitten ar e wa
perfectly eured, aed can now prfonr
all her hotowbold datlee." (eOaraa.
teed by ll drugosts. Priae 0c.
Cheese Grl rined $16.
New York Nuv :L -i emoaue s
wouldn't Awea a CyIy larttlab aa :r
alg& t twe Printa aa ae stall were
aiseaing te theater. May Irsse. a
orM Itrt, wua Seed 116 d ysto-.
dtay ervd noce of ak sh r da ge"
alant the m naageeaL T-he a81
wm wae to the tben by rtUaa
4e1 l aslnd 'e girls is the eber
wo tlawruetpd to wr w them. MW
ae ~ isr tolr. w aied polb
eaI. B nowst the iArt ileb awp
tn." she seeia* !
A Comorpe.
Health i shealessly lposMible If
--sI-- m be prowst. MaylFsp ees

Sia. l eb a deplerabe mdnafti i
-es-e y. Thore asm o n O ir A.
Seei lw l speed ly remay mae
A. A.... P X. ft.,
x.e.. 1mb. Ii. s..: .mas .
UbM.w I mWsis eamsdiusm1he
Mg - moo ,


A


Test


Will Tell


What Liquozone Can Do for You--and It Is Free.


You who are witing-we ask you
again to try Luuoaone; to try it at our
expense. Ypu' regret thii. delay when
you learn what the product InIe:ns to you.
Do as millions have ldoni-stop doubt-
ing; give Liquoause a ttst. Then judge
it by results. Germ di'ke',is-and there
are scores of the--call for i ermnicide.
Those re te dimsases to whlih Liquo-
aone beat applied. Don't cling blindly
to old-time remedies, if you don't findl
them effective. Let us prove the power
of the new.

What IUquozone Is.
The virtues of Liquozone are derived
solely from ga The formula is sent to
each user. The poems of making re-
uires large apparaus, anti from 8 to 14
day' time. -It i dirc'ted! I\by cheimits
of the highest cla. The object is to so
fix and combine the gaes a. to carryinto
the system a powerful tonic-termicide.
Contactwith Lquosone kills any form
of diaeae ~ma, caust' germs are of
vegetable orgin. Yet to th Ibody Lquo-
aone i not only uharmles., but helpful
in the extreme. That is its main di-.
tinction. Commaagermicides are poison
when taken ntermallv. That is why
medicine hasa so helpless in a germ
diseeae. Liq e is exhilarating, vi-
talising, puifyig; yet no disease germ
Can exit n it.
We purehaed the Aneriean right to
Liquosone after touuAd. of test had


Disastrous Fire in Ternessee.
Nathville. N'ov. 25 \ tlil a! i)!ck
son, Tenn.. at an ear.!> i ,this iiorkr
Ing destroyed al mo& e .. entire Ibus
Inese and much of t,,e r. d-ilnce por
tion oC the place, en'.ai I:; n a i s. of
property estimated at! $I'. 0iO about
66 per cent of which is ',1\,red by In.
surance Among the iifferrers were the
following: W. T. I~arl\ Kiwery store;
Haan & Wilson's grx ry and meat
tore; G. W. Dodaon. try Kgods; thel
potofflee. the Verdlk Prlltry: lHlrn'i
drug store; Hemle*eHo4::n,I dry goods;
FIrW National bank. 'Wnna & garllih.
drug store : Dickon Mercantile cou
pany. 'Ihe re started on Main street
to a candy kitchen.

If the Pby as Cutting Teeth
Be sare and ae that old and well-
tried remedy. Mrs. Winslow's booth.
nal 8Byrp. for children teething. It
soothee the child, s9ftfo, the game.
allay all pain. cares wind colle and Is
the bet Iiedy for diarrhoea. Twro.
ty- Iv aIte a botIl(

. T I-- IT i I I
rF lY II 1 11


been made with it. Ita power hadbeen
Sroved, again :ine l ai:ain. theo most dif-
rcult germi dise.es. lThen we offered to
supply the tirst hot tle free in every dl-
se.se that rtciire'd it. And over one
million dollars h)ave been spent to an-
nounce and fulfill tl i.s otTffr.
The result 1is tih:t I ,(ow ) bottle
have been usdl. ni-tlv in tle pi.t two
years. Today thrrr nrte >ci:itl<'-'. eur,'d
ones, scatteredl everywhere, to t, ll lhat
Li uosone has done.
ut so many others need it that thi'.
offer is published still. In lht' v':kr b.i-
ene has traced scores of disieaseC to, L' 'ri
attacks. Old remedies do tnot alNl\' to
them. We wish to show those si' oner
-atour cost-what I.iqluosone c,;u do.
Where It Applies.
These are the disea sv in which Liqucn-
none haa been most emplovyd. In theUe-
it hasearned Its widest rtpuitation. In
all of these troubles we suppiv the first
bottle free. And in ail-no un:t ter how dif-
ficult-we offer each usc tr two monthly '
further test without the risk of -a Ieinny


Asibima
Al Ps -Aiemia
Bowel Trubinr
ofts -o olid
Qome fliptiali
stvif -~- olasrb
Zee .drs


tHAY r cr 1iihulelss
La Iril to
alarmia 'ellralgat
hloo tnkillony
Ieulo.e eaiI s sil
usin hIsealst
Tubllsrorprio Is
Tcimorms tle's
thmi TvuuW'a


Abe i tells oil tiMllowl :
Atomss for Whlur11' I 1oi:
rver, l-nua*t U r r atarrh ii rl onr ae
s*Oare1bo-sem aeseteIa aoms. s.
....--I ting ---C-8 N a vua
50c, Bottle Free.
If you need Liquosome, and have never
tried it, pleas oend u this coupon. W
will then mail yoq an order on a local
iru giIst for a fl-se bottle, and will
pay the druit otarselves for it. This
11 our free gift, made to convince you;
to let the product itself how you what
It c: dlo. In justice to you f plae
[Kcc'lPt it totiay, for it places you undeu
ho oti'cttIMi whatever.
I ijilo -.ne rot- i )c. and 81.

CUT OUT THIS COUPON
Fill It out i ,1 t o, ~ Ti.r tlquo Ce

My dtIWb is.I .......
I halT n ver IrlI I ,, I fit it vIu wYl
Upilyt7 lei A U. .il. 'i etWIit


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Uivl (al (Wkaddrm -writ Ilal.ly.
NuO. tbe thir ulsr allis to Mew mw elyr.
AWWni^ Un%9
r~U1 kl~lt ov a 60L


OBJECT


In a(lvertising i. to coinin,, you that YOU ought to
have a bank account, andl that the account hou(ld be

kept in THIS BANK. We offer ABSOLUTE SAFETY
to our depositors.

Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE.PROOF VAULT.
New Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR.PROOF
... SAFE, with our Officers Bonded, with Fire and Burglar
Insurance, your money and valuable pipers are safe
with us.

FOUR PER CENT Interet Paid on Time
Depof itm.

rr4 0a A m m 4p~w An A* --WM m *p


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And your esornar 'rep from Iwtlin-
t~oftitemlw woub C '- hatmv wthb your
1e1I &as your fe.: rsant
TO sure"m Uf ta emv r th to get a a marsa o f
to v"oult of w -b hbook beam bteAd.
wh~ebblessmd hieecearesamw rutibe
mesww Ow am b e~t bed sI~misdthe ouob -
ar be pee.r 1501 nAour to U. wrld
make the a h beslevt Iw if .dl t
10 Rdead oar' hweg 'edt h kn'in how to
abMd beO It. Our ,rred ieee "a "oes as,
111111"k OW" we I AN@.
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K E W W LETLE emMrl s charitable i5stltu Siith i

etion beconne boneKeclarie asad u r M Effective May 28, 1905.
,.-. .e r .. is nepk John T S u~ Trs East j* 84 30 Jrth sa West. e. 1

V, .....i. n Lar and .--7 r e'uce*Som. .j'sat of Lv esup.......So.y 1140. 1040p.LvJesup. Ga........So. J.S p

'Sr NENEDEVERAUX. B. Ioae, Ward Motto and D. C. ArCharlosc....o. Ry 1026p 9166 ArRome,Ga......... ...Jo. 7 80:
tem RmNt.DEVERAUX. of hi AshleT. of Vldoets, Wo sa likewise Ar OreSDshoro....8o. Ry 11S 12 5lp Ar Daltot. Ga.... ...o..8. 2. 5 2a
HrA-fg the multitude of whimelesl j^u ef d senators. 1Tey ar to bold ArDearIlle.....80. Ry 221. 210p Ar Ohatsnooua, Tenn..Bo. 9Bus
Big tNanaee of dress Indulged in th* Midde for 15 yer. 'I **t5 Ar ehmood...,.8. *y 68a 64p Ar i0n tKy. & *Dp
^Bh woman of fashion from season Ii to be divided per p a g the ArfLybchborg. .So. By 4 8 424p .rArdneanet. O *. er 8 4Op
Si n e o Ar Bltore .W R.G Ss 11 25p Lv Cncinati 0.5...Pa. as 4 ap
Sl rlt "ie ood dd R. Yi wa n d ArW. Ph P R. 145p 2 Ar Chiego, Ill .. P 7 10

1e' wom hoe. hematsm, lombego nd sia tie Ar New Y ...P. R. R. 4 18p 801 Lv Oieinat1 0...... S'4lpt
Thei'e womn wt0o beav oo o > tB0 r. hv t-e Ary Chi so 111 .... n 7aa8 t rs






Selves up, safe fr th peetrtt g paOl* yed to the peetrag leflo* No. 8-"New York and Florid Ex- a ,.
Theof at bleak day, la kantted swmater A / np t of Ballard's Snow JLiwe ns. It rus." J)baly PTllmns Drawing Room L. i0na'o, 0.. & a.ndD.
allied well up o around the threat be pea tWiRtes to the erves land boPeeples, plagOr Port Tampa and Jackson- Ar roit Meh..... D. 5
ot taI' nothing 6,eo ad Evena del e abeh Is bequd no e blooded L Jason .ork. A b de ritLv oa, ih........ i. 90pa
ie f lEmptao Laoi on d o r b eta perhe Te o up ........so o. 0-Wahington and DFlorida Pis, Ga.... -...Po L.es 1 p
Appeg know met hew ttat ty sr f im hod sad oes tsmto Lvi mnenh ...... So. Ry n20p 1wi L Ar teu i, ........P. ldm.er 806
aby tfl cothe viouoe from Cso o to r LrOolumbia ...... go. RY ko6ep 6 00a Ar SAtlnta, o ......... r. 9 83O

s M b.. sK year brtg tag a number o aL Jac. ksonville, Fla. .. So. Ry 710 p Ar RLmeuo ... ..... o.. TS
so 1mart Mew modelai spend ld tprove- A wel dI.J9 W e .lkwse Arv Om)nro .... ... R y I 12 125A Ar Aslton, G Aa....... o. ly. *t
Sts on thou of the or before. whimsical Tebeau's Ar Denlmbia, n ....... So. Ry 221a 2 Ar Bahisnogm, Tenn ..o. I. 945a
Whether ors ot crawse dul facl ties for 15/ ye rs. A7UhevileN.C ..o so : p .Ar KanOy ns Mo .. ..xitoFris 940 1

o wlmadse' of o l if 7 .sSan i to b Davr ScDool th Ar Cincinnati .... .Q 81a Diy. oli vtibl taia, o
suma osro m erom ce a Artatd oot pe _Ar- hbur8 .... 'So. Ry 4 LrvCincinnati, 0 ...... Bigi olar 840









Is mow within the means of ls-, sad not b *h the matei I Is be trimmings, b M- doS ly CAos, acel Sod Po.lla. l e8epeg .
"k sisly no woman wo valusw her *t-., and have t et s P No. West M S.. 8.. No. 80-Daily Plman Draw Cr. Jackisoille o Oll l.
1heailth should be without one in some d o thn we ask for the atire GAIKNVIL.. - FLORIDA Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between No. 1-Pollman Drawl. Room
S The scarlet Norfolk, belted ad bt in power of Mcrta largest ss.tore S lt Sessb Opened Birm ingham, Memphl, K..ansas City











son and delghtlly ofortable for SuS *f _ _ _ ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE.w
glft or teiS. eneath the box coat at tehe origoamt puteae ris:m therere o i From New York, W.ahi.gton, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim- .











tse water blouse Is coevenaotty it is advwee to et yewr order to early. Rhuai cited 9:00 a. ma
wor. Mupt of them arte mde with nThe 1ys to. she p* eneeaiit quality From New York, Washingtonr et.-No. 88. "Washington and Florida Ex-
te rld w el lp arwc m Sty thle; fu"e . O wai.t. .".c l ao sna....-so. A Toledo, 0 ..p. ..e. s. H., A..
turned wel up around the throat if irodt and pap pper left sidepl~i aabr. t to .the nerves aFid boie, o nnt i JAr Detroit, Mich .nd.Flo.. .P.dM. rn











Slomne smart new models are of white mre, raid trimmed" further ti d ille to Now York. .
with colars an cud of modi s h Room Sleeping n.ar Jfukionvillu to Ld Cinoeinnati, 0o ...... Big Yu ie 8










aA looely knitd white weater wa e bw S g ren mt Gene;ille Circulating J c. C.US, oDtriet Paieomr Ageat, 108 W. Bay0 8, JWt. wad$, gold
a bloase model wlit a broad stylih else 4 to 14 years prio, M oente; pot- I.T. H. HArDWIC, P. T. M. No. H. TAL0oo. oP. A. BnooX MooA. A.O.P. A,
a: -Arllar of dark blue and gren, closely 79 .no.... ...L.iO rary... __
aolttnd In blended stripes. The front he o Jacoorv Flo. ...on. u-l to s ta .. ls e .










garIent which does not prove sat11to- Only the Latest Powalar Fietion. I0nda Eas C oast Ra lway.

KOr C>ristms 0tts sCatalogue to BPECIAL SUMMER TERMS. 100
Sow ready for maill.g and will be ent per week: a lowi three -oba es du- SI I TAm Can a 6 .- 1
f61 on ree on request. Instead of racklAg rIs the week. Books mbt it be kep ...... o. o6. Correcie . ;% .












your brains In the *election of a suit- out over one week without renewing.
a Ele C 1hristmas Gift, write a postal Sa-. van .Ga ...ouT.-eanD DOWN. 0. -... 1
SWhethcard NOW for oar Cataloge. __s f_ M -- - So. R Ar m ..... Fro 0












Mtalsn thousands of eaggestions, tIlus. to. d0 a f p. ig' B TAT.. C ....'' .'' 2
Nodo to sell! s!aillp of "neAL -.F B rdni d Ar Knoxville, Tenn ...... go. RJ 00p Memphis, Tenn ................ 8ip

























Strayed, w ith prices, of suitable holiday incr a se nt--- ------n Ark .... ... 9.9
Sp b fully le'gifts for man, woman or child. IT r Lo lle ......... I... So n y 8 t50at. F0 1I A ....9.
C a Solm w St. Du ......... ... R .p No. o i. Li.
rervicbl dw at Is cs T h Ar Cineinnati ........ . Q. & 8 -15 Dil. Solid vbule in, throu
Snow wi the means of H, and not bu tri day he and Puuntinand Fishing ep _














W0 .1. .. I. ...... .24 ............. .. .
,ly no woman who vlue b to. d hav e It set you o ew an ns t No. 80--Dail Pullman Drawing Cas. Jacksonville to neinl.
helhsolewm cont more th we ask tor the etre N. in WstilasSet. o Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between o. 19--Pullman Draw Roo
s p. or formti u tin r doirl whe k tnot m the Uses h.e.ed aI pn Jacksonville d ininnatiAr.............. li n n ....... I 1 i













p o1 awNorm .te turoio hd r tl.o1 h iMxin l eurm For ra d eeovde.op a.n n C lr e w n n...g s.
T arlett or falr blted andtl f a t uts M. LOUIwA T OMAS. Preh terg s 81sptl .. Birmingham, Memphis, Kaunst ty















Thn m e at pri frn .7 L Ammoc T 0 L tp ................ 3. ti t. k i.. **
Sand dliltlly eomortab for to "ha" thy aa be dupe" d ,L AT J S.NVII.......L
I or t .. t box cst t they are really stunning From Nw York, W. higton, et .-Nro. 29, "Whingto and Florid Li
this sweatet blous Is couveiouft It Is @lv"Wo to st F~ order In OwlY. lied, .) 90. i















WoM fast o with lare white rlThe drjou 4C sait Qm di From Now York, Wahilngton, etc.--No. 8, "Washington and Florida E
btto ad a e at th e wat lbe d every akle si b sa ** -..... .
S Itlt and knitt ed led collar h wac st n k; Just blinsu wd or bollday gIfts. cu-s, blt From ininnti Aheville, et.--o. 2, "Whington and rid LiE
S witrn a around thtted throat If dsiret. anu d n e.. nart two and a half u -0 --. m....... ...
B lie with rt now mode re ollar af white wrkad tri elabomrate pttermed of DMcoretor ad ; i S -. w
ScuEs and tolid oo iook wll when ith i uPons; heavy nsk t; Iy ian pm Hininn. t. Atlanta et. 14. L mited, '.















hete lat is s o i-ied fft with Kjiste non l CIuruIti neJt sCarf of shimmering ell Es Man gS., 108 Wi. Ba Flg, :ae.i,i pr
Ath loostrel knnd whiter odsweaterw o;r. ww c ndelrs ully handmade; siar ts ofiEures; Eai l lail F *-- g
eolr of dark blue and rele ull got d lr nt, a tr heavier s a........ !
kQuiteo. lien belo model sips. to derb y Wm th de oi the evenin to st or All kinds of ou ide and inside work *" !: ; .. i
kitted In bestries. Theront our money cheerfuly refund" for anyF


















your bely when the olet ion worn promptly nd t- out over onety ectd. t o newin
Started, with pries, of suitable blliday-
v:i6 til 1 9 6- a S -v ................ J t ,. .... s e.
gifts for man, woma or child. ITS GULF a HOTE .6a .............. .r .......... .i ...


C cd1, Oarr. u.r the. hW. RaId a1y be l l l' t wi. PAPER HANGING and SIGN WRIT. Fy
I~o orase"w shawls. a yard square, with P ING etd. aSTWAD T oTIluol .l
tied frinlig. are prettily folded t n a C_ _____ i N..
SEDI WA')DB. uiamll so(uasrw hai, ready to sllp the - .l ..- A. .
0PMR P E 1 !1 I '"' "r"""' "t Mf S. 6 H. BROWN, -- ..~.... ..
O E A 11 1 U E ~~-tt A *ol lar or s o l than O
stmns otie of ttse on its way rejok-NI

TI,, o. ..,r .a. teat the sawe i.,,S w-as a m
UBLY I\'I I amTmina Po luwinmaour silk scartf with -. l. ,
SOVMft p'luk oris artistrlly scattered 3 r *--"
over its white roul. anhd a mueb Dry ds, NotionM, 1 11 j t
blcL Racket ed A........
R", o ...nsr ,r. etly "l.k n' t r th"-kly em-n a -e S ';=r : ;
rtoklermd Ia dull rlih gokt
S ETE The e Yr gilthis m Also NowNAULTS gMtOUi BREAIS, h A
tdl purple Utnted tt foUl and aveder CAKKS a Dd PIES-.reh -
CrOt ram tasse hoens 1t*mssed vwt Ivenr Day. P. -. emp- r
n hol iwstWr ws : tW tNo p, toy a simple matti .er - HAVANA AND KEY WEST. I
rt hoo howktot. Other purple dowers -"-

lrml have m The P0rlds eteYm rr hr m ,
w thot w 16c t Now f i"Mrmism Fruit -and Tr Gck Grower
eM as mr07 eadi," he o" 0 -a t O W
A Frue Comedy Brim .; oanr t S L m O J. m CAo r Or armm
.Iob lag Ovr with MelIh ard ~. t ce-- OCAe, nA. M TICKET AOENT."
'dina**-aos. tw.o *" A ll T .O roar. ... ..... on l -.... St.. sl. r J.pr

os a Y oaur beaith boassees hti. e a A
*Prweitd by a Sucrior a adip Ay we yogsa ap'Yl1
Osmpa of c yd a sie ae sam .soed -, 1" hs Fo"T e
Comedims md Pretty Girs! .LMf Mao ft" Pt UP U O f
AiLu a tet. A i d i. | p |
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Slt DAILY SUN: (AINES FLORIDA, NOAYMBER 26 1905 7

Jl WS OP CiTY AND A^sostomidhes ofRhode. IslandofTur. -
__ A FCM AMll qu'e, who arrived Friday. The at. C ) A A 7
"..OU Y CO ENSED AM ter. aon of A. Chresoitomidhee.
ORF ----- ** ** ^ while the latter is a nephew. Young Air Lin Ral way
r We lead in the seatoo's novelties in Chrepo tomidh Is an Amerioan by Air Line Ra
oseekwear. Mareus Endel. l O S Lb birth, flr- teeing the liRht of day at FOR
Trunks, valises and hand satchels- Dupont, Go., but be left this country ........
line ithe ity. Mars Endel. F eofT wa ad Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
S Pft fitt ing unederwy.ear ,s Endrl. .At Erinston, Florida, one mile from on the Island of Turqut,, ity of
Perfee fitting underwear, Dr. Rhod
rnht'healthagtoods,a Marous En. station, on Rook Road. 42 ar of Rh.odes. Pines. Raleigh Richmond W ash-
John V. Denton of New York, whole.
sale commission merchant who is in ton Baltim re Phila
rger line of furniture and stove of in cultivation. 8 aseres i bearing or- working throughout the Stato in the
fy description at right prices. New range trees. All good trucking lnd.interesof b arrived in thep York
rity yesterday from So Ath Florida.
:Sam Leonard, representing the $1.600 dwelling and other houses on Mr. Denton believesthe State will pro-
thern Fruit Company of Jackson- the premises. All going at a Bargain! does this yeir 2,00.0000 box s of citrus Two Elegant Trains Daily.
le., is spending Sunday at home. P fruit. He is very much gratifled also
"How to Make Money in Stocks." ASY, $2500.00 to notice that t brait ti year is of Seaboard EI express.
Write for free copy and participate in $ better quality, and better carrying o
big ppit. Bernstein & Company, quality, than l. 'he greater part of
G9bok Brokers, 850 Broadway, New Apply for further particular to he fruit shipped this eao has been Seab ard Mil.
'VYork. OLSO & BLA DINA bouRhton the treeand packed by com-
'i" W.L. Godwin of Fairfield, one of mission house. 1lb. *as.,n is not yet
V0 The Sun's old friends and subscribers, (AINESTILLB FOR A. half oMer. M 0 O D ERN PULLM AN EQUIPM ENT
was among the visitors to this city -- ... Best LIniment on Earth.
S-yesterday. wife became very popular not only Henry D. Baldwin, superintendent (nly Line Op|tratinl
J @i *Dr. B. P. Richards has returned with the traveling public but the peo- City Waterworke, 8hullvburg, Wis ,
j from a well-deserved hunting trip in plo of Gaineeville as well. He reports writes: "I have tried many kinds of Daily Throulh Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans
the wilds of LaFayette county. He a fine business at the Hamilton. liniments, but I have never received
reports a good time. The committee on social of the P ( much benefit until I used Ballard's For full information andt leeper reservations rall (it, at ae t in teaboard or
Everybody that wants a John B. S. of A T. P. Hilton, H. J. Riles and Bnow Liniment for rheumatism and write A. 0. MACDONI) I. u til',TON, Ja.,
Sltesob bat for$3.69 must get the hah. C. A. Harrod, requests The Sun to an. pains. I think It the best lhirnent on At. (eneral P'a sengqr Ae.it,, I..mr Ag.eIt,
it and call from 9:80 to 10:80 at L. J. nouuce that the social which was to earth ao, Ooe and $1. Sold by W. .T.ACKSONV'Il; F. rt.|,rm t,
Burkhim's. Sale cash. have been given next Wednesday even. W ohn0o.
JusJoreceived., aewlot of kreemoer ing has been postponed outil further C L Y D E L I
shes ao t $8.50 Every pair guaranteed notice BC LD ,w IrN E
'- to give satisfaction or new pair. Get 8. H Benjamin of Micanopy was in
the habit and call on L. J. Borkhim. the city yesterday. Mr. Benjamin has R. DaVERE B. M()1:U1S,
J. P. Little of Sumner was in the just completed a brick block contain-.
city yesterday. He came to pay a brief ing three handsome. cormodiou .. .DENTIST ....
visit to his daughter, Miss Ids, who is stores on the lot where his former store
attending the University High School. stood. The building is a credit to
Wade Hampton, formerly of this Mianopy Office ovr Maroes idel' I'hone n 3rinos
ty but now studying law with the J. F. Boneh and H. S. Graves have
Brof Davis & Hamptoo, Tampa, is returned from the State Fair, where j A. CARLISLE,
itlnag hi parents, Col. ani Mrs. W. they have been looking after their re- *" TTORNE AT LAW
Hampton. spective exhibits of fertilizers and nor.- ATORNE AT AW OU r SAIL A G 8 EAJLO W rE3DK:
We have had values In umbrellas,sery stock, both of whieh were very And Solicitor in Equity ,W
i e hd vles In umbrels, creditable. They are well pleased -'- lr N
bat emover have we been able to give itable. They arReal Estate, Ooeveyancing and O*a Jackson ville nd NOW York,
aoeh values as we now have in $1 and wral Practioee. All business promptly
1.36 umbrellas, and they're gonlog For Sale Cheap-Small brick making attended to. Ofloo next door to te Calling at CHARLEtTON. 8. U., both ways.
fast. L. 0. Smith, north side square. plant, comprising one Nagel engine ofe. nsaniTiLa. FitostA. Ye leut Stuum il the CoUtwlke Bwie
Warranty deed asod mortgg blanks and boiler, 80 hone-power Henry Mar- Ln
W as tsoy dee thed mormp a tin letter"A" brick press, pug mll, FERDINAND BAYER, The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
lMabaaseonlt y which saves money in sander, elevator, hand preo, shafting, ATTORNEY Ar LAW. Direst Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
resordlg. $ per hundred or 0 per ete., all under cover and bs very lit GAasv ., FLoasIn. PKOVIDENC and All Eastern Potate,
doses by mail. Cash must accompany tesed. J. M. Dickioson, Nareooee, calling at Charleston both way.
eder. dawtf Th At O sell your eoly property, (ira. S3EMLI-' "N3E) :X.T SA IL ZTGS
remember you can work a hone or The Atlantic Ooast Line offers a rate. prov and improved). phosphae, outhbounad............. ..............From Imaw Wharf, iton
male boughont of w R. Thaonm to oGainesville to Tampa and return, a- trucking and farming lands. end him Northbound ................. From Foot of O sthriMne I.. Jaekeoaville
a mul" bought of W. R. Thomas tn count Florida 8sate Fair, of $1.75, tick- a list of what you oer for sale. -14-a
l o; nd rotr him, ne l ry lo sale-ro-m the th, good to re - ---- v St. Jos lU L
bt we d o defy competition. t after e fair. Train laves3. BAKER. Between JACKONVILL and BANgro
W. beTwe d"mJlt. .. A. Ooodwin, tle as Sp. a for per. SeTTONEY-AT-LAW, Stopplan at Palaths, Astor, 5t Frasts, Beresfonr (DeLndJ). a d latermediate
ev B J Well and fam of Ke oodwin, ticket agent, for per. Landlage on Bs. Johns River; oommeselag Wednesday, November LI, 1NS,
SWWells andfamily Key... LIOITOR IN CHANORY.. EAM
West are spending a few days wih The bandNe o of R o -- PI T KM1 AMTKS
fr spendinesaopy. They are well Theandsomehom. ofJ. R Fowler. "CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY"
knfenw. throughout that section. and is Et onevile, which se been a OAI VILL, A a o., L Are pointed to sil as follows sve Jacksoomvlle daily xes*p tflr.
Is seedles to add tthat they are being deourse of contr s for the pst OB IEndel Bloek. days, at 8 p. m Returning. leave anford, daily eeeps tindays, at sils. m.
warl yeood e d t ddh heigf. few mosth,, han bteenompleted. The ....
W0a1 Melver, the building contains seveateen room, aJi.o.a uH r DUL N -
b Will elver, the nelro who ws lind Is one of the Iadsomest ald most DR J. H. ALDEKMAN,. L.eaILe n pm ................J ksl ........ ......A rr ilm
bre ht here for eetreating his bond, modern in this sesom sad a redit to :4 p .. ..... ... sMmu ...... ...... .. lveim00Pm
ai placed in prison, has been re- theownersdeoiyalshke. D N0TI m............ .. .. A- Psm
lesed, haviag paid the bond, together On ou of e State oeoDBNTI ....... ...... a t.... ....... ..
w Ted, aggreti g $. He waeoo ~nt of the sta louvol ........... ereford DeLad) ... ......0
seaIsledegpabliag. of eT patree ov. < 1 vite of gamDecember 1, sh* Atlatc Oo Lise Os1000 a ........ ....... rri.......... 04.0.O
D. A. Robersees espectS in a few wall run a through coah, Galmevile ,EN"RAL PAM AN T.pOyVI.
dais to open a feed stable and wood to Tamps. for the geoommodaMon of AND TIOKET 071..1, 15 W. RAT ,JACub0YJo
3.a oe w.l Ua.o stres, between the tsehers sad friends who desre a, D a o TIa O. n. W~~J Ge a Act, at m is
la&ef sad e PleanL Ananouee g For partaaulars a J. A a s o a Tt
L man will aqpper later in Tbh 8n i Goodwin, sity ticket agent. DIJTliI?.
the fbvm of as advertimmeat. W are in i to furn- i Geral Men. Oersl Agetm
Devoe's Paint e se been, -ke ad e hampers, o. .,eeM. uur .. 11.. *.i... .
ehsggaghly tried in this climatee *t also eabtiage sad eanalloupe eratce IsauTa. PA.:I
g-mnatseed to spread better a-d last prop"ly a rees-able pries. a --- Atlant C st L e
leagertaa ay other old Is Olaeeine. gum Pt prompt shipment ee all Tn wEST E I'.
vile The S. J. Th Compay. merr p either A. ALL ATHY POIT
8. A L. railroads. Willissem Men-. FINE WINKS, LIIIUORS 0lOAO LHI
i sew "fern eaerywhere," w her tncsnr Co. Wallissoc. Fla dawsf Jw a I.lyr e Li e Dueewo ee
tJ o se him. He wes ae route to mentioned the feat thas Mrs. S TV. ~m t d Jesseahle 4eeoltl. ta D, uEWse WIWS
MiS. N. W. Ulemd, for a few dates. error, as th ladyt to_ as .,esn i S'l o
..Sd ^. Pab. *a... Amanas Ansai IA 5AA c


isha W. MWsof .1 the wsigaHeos, aftdngn.6- 0- "rs em.'m viM908loseing ...-. am,-
Oamuk. and %he hlce. Wjhit her sser., sn 0 Adams. Frienida o pers For IAISPNrVILLB ArriveFrom
Gpuingewoo a bodus veso t Mthe will he gratiei so learn, Lewerer, LHi ille k 7 *
066 yester day. r. EI e l re0 1 s ed her sh h isgreatly impio ed is hel4th. C lop m High Opriap a d Io r.
SJ rd meager t11 ao Us"* T7e Raw. E W. Way of Daos mm, (a k --- ---- . ______
sod mndnmselam s-wee iso the ges off Peer ieof bLDA "bpI OAsI r.eur mo dToo" .P
riu muywuuas Chen*h --s -e. -Da il a torm is&* f L Doo
a*. will ocu the pelot ortees asmet i m Idaopeslatba. karJeehevLf, vrp
wrliPvssbyslae h sbthiso mining. *4 u6%n aborth. les and WiWa
Odd SUW Mr. Wop, who formril odLuWas-boll
AsoA. io fwws as a bowss ffsdgvvbLoodedobt 12AID On IM60 prisp, Wajor. ftv@ MA, gmww b, flop
by wbcc, s nonesC u es am 1 th afly Albto. A AS6Incas a ols Vmw nut, EmsWeWoo
doom o ff M Uw alo$ avowsd OW his many trios& .44d4,(bmee an dabb
anS.msUI b e pkmosed to avail the m o womselvooeis0fso am ape~a~ i
M3 K S *s 0"mo to boar his memo.aMay
mso mstdoa m s-- peaM in Ovs. J33. 3MW ale o b lshee is iate Du ol
meS100114116 611114a" 01110IS Wshelh. Mr. Mota tnis osaplegd e"a am 1L. n* po7taloftbrosodo $Vo
Rife whe asieel nimweser.v'~nrop g* afy94,hpCAP
in*Sdbk 0111000 Oe. s Ilieg n&fdyon. &Oda9
-1100. momm W awboodom b sombe. . -
=PON V.0.s Rimeudme isUW d~ti~b -A -
Non e00 sb e mo yW s d.go w aft. tu- so ag s bosi- 11 gel
me ale. he smmnd he dim legId V11 fie0o i r bU~ liCs. Tib J. P S
USGE lee me- IeL VAm s es to umi am" .l $umsm bia Asa 9"m W40 bhwe.
mg soa UN a. m Trift mu -sW ot ceuinp. gos m
rruiai is an . cll an Nl m1s. A. OM Wift TWIN Avewn. 0.AssvV1&
-C Ae l G= IL11 HZ ARWSM Gt vzgvn 1,270, P. vs. raw
om -& We W. D.*"AAR n ms
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. NOVEMBER 26, 190N


S OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Matter of Geral Interet Gath-
resd by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

S WtI Hl Happened and What is Going
S t Happer Told in Short Paragraphs
S That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
S B Hoose to rent. Mrs. E. A Clapp.
New shaded ribbons. J. Manasse.
S un Industrial Edition 10 cents a
eopy.
Ldies' calling cards in latest styles
'. rat Sun office.
For blankets and comforts go to New
|, York Racket.
Fine Jerey cow for sale. Apply to
J. R. Emerson.
Perry M. Oolson ha gone to West
Florida on business.
George Oleason was in the city from
Rooky Point yesterday.
Some fine city or country property
for sale. C. Pedriok.
Shoes that fit the feet and are com-
fortable at J. Manage's.
Trade at the one-priced low-prise
store. New York Racket.
Angel cake made to order on short
notice. Saunders & Earle.
New line shaded ribbons, the very
newest out, at J. Manasse's.
Order yoor Christmas fruit cakes
S now. Keystone Bakery. dtf
Ties. ties, Best line in the city. Get
the habit, eall on L. J. Burkhim.
J. A. J. Strickland and son, Clyde,
were in the city from Hague yester.
day.
See the new ladies' rain senate at J.
S Manasse'-new colors and the newest
styles.
0. W. Hunter and Frank Dampier of
Hague were trading in the city yes-
terday.
JamesB. Dell of Hagne has been
with friends in this city for the past
two days.
Dixie Girl and Roxle Ward shoes for
womes are the best on earth. New
York Racket.
,'" James Ialle. a prominent citison of
Alsehus, was transacting business in
this eity yesterday.
The best. and most agreeable time
will be the "Breezy Time," at the op-
era house, Tuesday evening.
We do not defy competition hut in.
S vite inspection and guarantee stock
and prices. W. It. Thomas.
i If you want up-to-date clothing, get
S the habit, ask for Stronae lhros'. and
* Griffin brand. L. J. Burkhim.
Furnished room to rent on blohk ad-
joining square. Gentleman tIenant
ptefterred. Apply at Sun office.
F. Marion tamsey, a prominent resl-
dent of tie Waoahoota action, was a
business visitor to this eity yesterday.
In oalling The Sin by telephone
only two rings are neestary. Three
ring eatll the residence of Mr. Ma-
Oreary.
W. i' lDavis, formerly of North
Gaineville but now conducting a
form aear Monteoch, was trading in
the city yesterday.
If you have, property and want to sell
it, see Orr A Sseenhlurg. If you want
to buy, It would pay von to see them
alas, as they have someItn det.sirale sIte.
Enoeretic w.'rk,,r everywhere to
distributecirecnlare, sampnle and ad-
vertising natty.r tHtd pav No, an-
yawnng. (X'oo'erative .Atlvrtianeg 'n
New Yonk
The most seneblle gatrmrnt a lad)
ever were, says a iiedieml j ,irn~ l, are


* those. cravanrtte rain coats for sale by
J. Malnase lie has them In the same
t lo


TO REMOVE;
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
lxx. 10 IDayUs, -use

NADI NOLA
THE COMPLEXION BEAUTIFIER.


THE NO L QsLo
(Formerly advertled ad sold as
.. SATINOLA . .
No change In formula or ptokae. The name
only bh been chanced to avoid conatuaon. M
we cannot afford to ave so valuable prepara-
tion oontlued with say other).
N ADINOLA Is guaranted. and money will
be refluded in every oee where It falls
to remove freeokle, ptaples. liver-spos, ool-
lar disoolorallto, black-bea4s. dlstdurilr erup-
tions. etc. The worst oases in 0 days. Leaves
the skin clear, soft. healthy, and rehtpres the
beauty of youth.
Price 0 cents and $1.00. Sold In eaob city
by all leading drug lsts, or by mall.
PBIPAnP1) ONLY BY
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
Sold in Gainesville by J. 8. JBdiford
& Co. and J. W. MoOollum & Co.

After you see "A Breezey Time" and
can't laugh, send for a doctor.
Hard wood for sale in car lots. J.
H. Holly, Arredondo, Fla. d9t
In the line of sweaters you can sure
find what you want at Marcus Endel's.
W. D. Morton. a prominent citizen of
Eve, was in the city on business yes.
terday.
The best shoe* are made by Edwin
Clapp and sold by Marcus Endel, the
outfitter.
Mrs. M. I. Smith of McIntohl is in
the city, a guest of her sister. Mre. J.
8. Bodiford.
Anyone having city or country prop-
erty for sale may apply to Orr& Steen-
burg, ( iaeeville, Fla.
For Rent-Two furnished flats, one
of four rooms and one of three rooms.
Mrs. Foster, 40t West Main street.
Turpeutine leases for sale at this of-
loe, 6bo per dozen, $3 per indred.
Cash must accompany order. dawtf
Remember there is hut one Endel
that sells the best clothing for gentle-
men, and that is Marcus Endel, the
outfitter.
J H. IDouglass, who is now employed
as manager of the commissary of Ven-
able & Jones, Sampson City, In spend.
itig Sunday with his family.
If you want to know what nakes the
man, step into J. Manasse's and exam-
iie those Kirschbaum suite of the lat.
et winter styles of clothing.
Every subscriber of The Sun is en-
titled to a oopy of our Industrial Edi.
tion. Extra copies oan be had at The
Sun counting-room for 10 cents each.
It is just as essential that you have
the best flavoring in your deserts u
good flour. butter and eggs. Blue Rib-
boi lemon and Vaillls exietrs are
p-rfectly pure and highly concentrat-
rd "Bet ever made."
Sone s av*ned is money made.
M oney You will save money
by using the est Urade Paint when
painting your house. I)EVOE'S IS
THE BEST. We sell it to you at same
price you pay for eheopr stuff. The 9
J. 'homas Company,


READ THIS.
I's xtanlvi.t i. Tats..,June 6. 1901
lhr E W. Ilall. St. Louos, Mo.: [ear
I,.Wtor-lt is with pleasure that I ree-
oinamnenJ your Texas Wonder for kid.
n iy and bladder trouble, as my wife


."- ,,r ,,ll". and myself have both geod it and ex.
Thle large r.laden.r of Mr J % 1.n- Ipenr ued woaoderfl n1I. from it
del is now ring painted with rI e' *oase OaULs. IRasy.
iet Paint, thle saie being selescted
over all uthers after a fair trial 'h. A TEXAS WONDER.
8 J. Thomas, Co',nt aiyi
one &m=U bous ofe t Toma Wea.-
When 'ou s ,t a Ilaeassnt t'hy** der, Hall's Great Dli ery, rumr all
try Chaml brlalu .s stomach and lver I kd I and bhWd tbdesI, reIsov
Tablets. They are easy to take and rvel osM b t-
produsa no gritintg or onpiHsati rf.
toe. Sold* by all druggists tIM and all leo se t s, h1" -
tum and all tenrl'l itele ate kid.
We have on sale a earlad of mues! anes and bir der ia ba ma aa Mid
and a oarkld of hore W \e gtarai woSh m re ngels blah Mmbles la
Se our soak and refund purchase ehidelrr. If lot old bt yamr orv ist,
prie any time within ten days it same will be as b malW a m e 4tp of 1.
is not eatifaetory. W K Thomasiat e small baso to e i math' otwat.
Hoa \V K ThemI hlat returned meat sad W eldol l t I pS e a
frm Tallabehe e, when he wan a few !eur Dr. Erma l W. Mall. ateo l-m
days ao e nampenst hbealM -before taer. P. 0. 0 e baI M@. LAsas MeV
Ithel a Omet te teem es tf s of jeftd I W mimN 6o d 0 1J.W.
SM ll IMU dUl ead Oa l .mlU. MeOoalC m &


I I


RACKET.


Cheapest


Store


on


Earth.


PHIFER *MOSJ


IA IHoliday Shopping


Just received large line porch rockers
at New York Raeket.
There's style and wear in the cloth-
ing sold by Marcus Endel.
Deputy SheriffJ. H. Grawger made
an odfiial visit to Waldo yesterday.
0. D. Dernis, superintendent of the
Dutton phosphate mines, Ditton, is
spending Sunday in the city.
M. F. Davis and W. 0 Varnado. two
prosperous farmers of Santa Fe, were
trading in the city yesterday.
PAINT PAINT! iPAIr! We handle
Devoe's beet ad Pell it to you as cheap
as you ear boy ordinary goods. The S.
J. Tbomaa Oompany.
Among the prominent Floridians
spending Sunday in the city is Hy
Croteber of Jacksonville. He is regis
tered at the Brown House.
HiB Honor Judge Mason yesterdsl
ileaed marriage lieenses to John M
Robinson and Mary L. Jones, F. 0
Cox and Lula Malphurs, white.
J. H. Halle, who owns near Alaehoa
one of the prettiest and mcst up-to-
date country homes in the State, was
among the visitors to this city yester-
day.
"The Son special edition is the best
advertisement of Alachua county ever
issued," said a man who is considered
to be a judge in such matters. Single
copies 10 cents, at The Sun counting.
room.
W. P. Garrett, formerly engaged io
business in this city but now traveling
for a pietore frame house, arrived in
the city Friday and will spend a short
time with his wife. Friends are glad
to see him.
Prof, N. W. Hall. principal of the
Monteooha school, was in the city yes-
terday on business connected with the
county superintendent's offie. He re-
ports his school in a flourishing condi-
tion with an enrollment of thirty.
Dr. J. M. Boring, Andrew Jolly, H.
J. Dowling, G. M. DeSha, W. P. Birt,J.
H. Coffee formed the representatives
from Waldo Lodge No. 10, F. & A. M..
to the district convention. They were
well pleased with the convention and
the impressive and thorough manner
in which the work was exemplified.
Talking Aboot Fine Houses-See H.
F. Dutton's, C. A. Colclough'r, J. M
Turner's, the Dormitory, J. B. Pad-
gett's, H. E. Taylor's, J. B. MnDon-
aid's, P M. Colson's, W. W. Colson's,
A M. Cushmran's ad a number of oth-
ers we could mention, all painted with
I)evoe' Best Paint. We cheerfully
guarantee every gallon we sell. The
8. J. Thomas Company.




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Diamonds, Silverware,

Watches, Platedware,


Jewelry,


Clocks,


HOLIDAY NOVELTIES.


Greenleaf & Crosby Co.,

Jewelers and Importers,


41 West Bay St.


- Jacksonville, Fla.


Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.


THE CONTINENTAL CAF.
(Flrst corner South of P. 0.)
Famoupu Continental Cedar Key OysterH. Drip Coffee. Western Meats.
vice l'aexelled. Open Early and Late.


PURIST PAINT MADE TFTHOMS
T, F. TSI01$

0- r o UNDERTAKING CO.

A package of Davis' Beet Prepared FULL LINE OF
Paint contains no adulteration in any NEW GOODS....
form whatever, and when analysed the
outside white and tintu will show:
Old Prous UMd O1, 100 per Rt AP;ENTS F)R
014 Pmess Wite Lad, 100 per cL. Pinare O UENT, TOr BSTFE
and IRON FNCE&
Stleated Wllite ZI, 100 peu d Pn1 s our ple.
Including the neoeetary pare tinting
colon and beat turpentine dryer. To Personal asttenUon to au mates is
this we lgarantee and alll our sign. ab list. MU sd teleraph orde
ture.-Tus H. B DAvis COMr'AS. proImptr stted" o
Sold by the Baird Hardware Com-
paay. Oalmsvlle. Florida.

For exeluseive styles isneekwear.
dress shirts. ellarn ad euff. you will iAINESTILLE'S FATOIITl
fnd the correct goods at Marso En-
del't RESORT.
The Twentieth Century Club will
mee as the guestof Mrs. Bramley at lachua Pool Parlo
the residenee of Mrs. C. A. Coleloulh .B %
on M.,aday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A '
full atteandabee as rrquted
Has your boy a good pair of stout Loftod in the Porutr Bo -
eh.`-1' 0 t1at ail1 wear well and $ide q=anre. Three Imr liai l-a
look ellI If n do't fail towe our IGod l .Lts, and prompt ai W -
mpubis. is esablw o lly
li*B- Rangiia i piete from n 1 op s i t w e ele n eSl
We carn atfey you. I.. C. smith we.__
north side bovan.


Mosey Making Prupositioa for You
-We will fuiraish one galka of N
oo's Best Paies to be pet on by ano
reepoemble palater al ikeide of oas
galley of aay other peist sold i
Osinevill, aad if Deve'e does ao
sorer rmo seMte* and lo bette
tba&! the ow.r thee we will frtemra
e*mugh paiat t eee he home fee
preided ihvBve r. It doee wlht
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