Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 2, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01040
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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Ii, NO. 255






SSurrender to Csl's
s at ebsutopoL


Battle Between the *l.
the Forts and the Sallers
ShipI, the Latter Were

Dec. 1.-Sebastopol
the sene of a desper-
etwen the mutinous sail-
troope la the forts on

e battle t1t town and the
orabarded by the guns of
P tchakoff, which lies a
k off Admiralty point, Its
Switch shells and its flaunt
af revolution hauled

Stte crew of the Otchakoff
| or wounded.
k to one report tie bar-
m aotineer was carried b)
jtb mutinous fleet, which
mV nnuatired ten vessels.
L red, aad the whole po.l-
a In the hands of the troops,
command of General Neplu--

the Interruption of the tele.
of the battle are difficult
but according to the naval
toalght, the battle was
tie troops of shore, who
on PtMakpf wPhich was
IsplaylIrd flag. The
of the Otohkof, Lieuten-
I, Immediately accepted the
replying with both batter.
ed on the town and the
Port Alexander batteries
Zilottl, aide de camp to AJ-
anus. chlf of the naval
that the latest ispatches
m Sehastopol showed toat
was on fire and badly
ith its revolutionary colors
aL but he was unable to give
to a more detailed report
mo another saurce, an.l pur.
come from the admiralty,
bean at 2 o'clock In the
when Leutenant Sebaldt.
is a reply to the demaads
*ers, opened Ire from a
ships, to walc the north
as t IPor Alexander, ar.
on the shore and sever-
wkleh remained loyal, re
Stin Maval battle the sailors
p eatrebed in the brractk
I their pistons with machiml
a rUtes agalnt thre attaseia

M eagagement lastlnl two aad
itW, with the Otchakoff rid
It al, au4 te cralser Ito
Iesther vessel sunk. IMtutPe
who had beea badly

adies selem osnS shore
io to e b aMa telotoh

ptl te maw ltihe ar sa

sastbew beyt tew are

---ee fatOra ft

S"se a* f w s ***e

Pm aI sel a the te

'00"- Sw ae.s a
mom.. Der.. I.-4mlts
Server WUMages pM
ggesesWee i O .L

Program in New York s More Extend
ed Than Ever $tfer.
New York. Dec. l.-the Thanks TO WR I
giving day program for this city i.- ,
possibly more extended than ever bet
fore. An unusually large number 1, Passenger Traina Santa Fe
religous meetings will be held. Therf
Jumps the Track.
will be numerous Jto ner were thth Jump& tt T Ci.
poor may eat their aIl of turkey and --
mince pie. The Iovers of ata'luc SEVERAL OTHNlf AUR INJURED
sports will have an opportunity to %it
ness football games, cross country The Train Was a gMe Header, and
running and various other onttts hethe F Left Track
The weather prophecy Is for a fl t
day, but decidedly colder. the econdninla Tw'imd Complete.
One of the largest meetings of tht ly Over and Was DOe lihed.
day will be a Carnegie ball this at
ternoon, when there will be a celebra LAs Vega, N. M., D c. 1 Ianta
tion of tae 250th anniversary of tlr Fe ger ral I .:>
settling of the Jews in the U:nite wnit into a ditc4 at Romn ro. 4 i.lit 4
Starts. Among the many speaker south of tis city, yesterday. Ez:gi.
will be former Proeldent Grovr Cvuener I. B. luchett was cou,, d a lt b
land. Governor Higglns and Blso;) (co escaping steam and died i;. tr, at ag
adjutor (reer. ouy. LAlnr JDI4sI c:.m %, .
,Ie latest arrivals In the unitedd panflully scalded. 9. ,S .1 irath,
Stat s %l:1 taste of America's Thanks *e., lost part of his a 4d. .11\.l t',rk
J. M. CLook, of LAJuatta a :i. ~ t,,,l)
givit. Day hospitality for a big dinnerJ. M. Cook ot Lahuatta i- nI tku.
serv :l at the United States imm.gra injured ln the ck a LII .dc'.J'
tion atioat lIsland.Schatffter was conLiderably b,.,: r ,,.
tlon .tntloc at Fllli ilanJ.
At the Ludlow street jail Shtriff Er btSvral ltalian were 1 i ii1
langr will entertain the prisoners at and many others rectify ii inju-

the s tcond Tanktglvling dlnnuer gitver rt.
b The train was a double i ,l r aundl
by him. t n c
Four tinouhand persons In this city the htm etngl:e e t, Iape. .
The secoudl enlne ill ;, for
will receive their diuunrs today ftiol: D son hat cAbe.
the Episcopal city nllusion m.tl:ty t iiuno rnod that i t be t ,1i
W ,undjl ovtr 2Kki fet rl ..f 0r -n
hive nundrtd bags. each containlng i
Shtheen pitchd over the i .... i ,.,,
turkey and the convrnltional acnp,at ouplettly over.
imitnid were sent out yest rday expect ca
More tur keys havi bt Te n sacrificed in The express crac f
tee matt ko..ch thtrltrd ,,,, : ,, t ^ ,,
the .Metropolis than ver before. T,. t~ot ,ie oach tur edr I.
morning find 410.1i tukrys in thu forward coach as parto pd
The cair car and two ,.:.; C<*i,
sanid, of refriroigetatjt on these ,Iiands he i
Ithe turkeys Jave: cNome fronl titi lt the rai__
rec:!oub and have en sold at all NAN PATTE ON RETURNS.
so':ts of prices from 16 to 3u cents pDi
JKouin -Wt-h SIr a tSi a DiI.a.,ra
With Her Huabanmld rOmni a Pllasurt

Knocked from Train and Killed.
Cincirnati, O., Dc. l.-Two )ou'.
men, tl.ouhtt to V e brothers an i ('cu
lege students, of nillnuapoll,. Ini.
icatnag their way to this city on u
Il!ik, wfre knocked from the top of a
I'ig Four pasau narr train at thib Cart
r;ie; t briltge and uIatantly killed. otli
were horrbly crushed and nianx:ti,
t'!, Mni;i of tearn htitl difsm .nternd
Tt.' tr bodies were take u to tne morgull
anil t, anI'Loritii made an effort t(.
e'.al: ;h ti.e!r .lenltit, as the appear
;anrc' atudi l-rR,- atll.i. 'I of monl )
found In ih. vic.l.ih.' Ipw t .. to, wi:h lit
terms, eIf. hl to the h ;Le (th:.i ttiry he
longed to a promlna nt faill. One of
the men is tho'lgt to be 1L C. Stempl"
of Indianapollis as a better man found
In his pocket with this name and ad
lrePs. and the otbhr rlet(n resembled
him so mu b the police tblak he is a

Five Injured In Aute Acident
Birmating.a.. Ala.. Nov 3i -Plvr
wel khown ma esnap d death by al
most a Isra'v la a rSseatlonal auto,
moblle aocidea' ebich occurred on thI
taley road. : miles from here Tb
ear taled to tak-' -rve wf le gloln
da"w bill at '& ;Ir.a'mi m spee-d and )it
ve occupaant were thrown out ii.pts
ty (ertlal Clerk loa R. ,Abott
who eekd the car was atertar and
fell wamer U. He Is arlimly. but a o
fatally hurt. The other orroaiats
all ot whom were hardly brule.t aned
several of waom wtl; he rcnflrind t<
their beds several days were ,lutau'
Oeeval W. W fwrans4o. of Moi.-IsoU
ory: Crtlasal Court C lrk John Brad
Ip L K Wberte.r and L N Arrkc r
well haowu cit al*

-p M Ml toler te WHeta.
I D :. 1.-The asal ro.-
itg the M atltperialtst lekse ***a
held t Msa ety. Prestdet Mors *

**wObamnt t o might. the wored over
miees Te aMAr Me refers
t11 war to14e P11" is. myta taales b
It "ls Wm4 Ia tam I m etew not
Wams 1t 1 aVis ehar se ta i e s de1 L
bbw."' ihtfst esle: **Thorme
-e as" who weid haee as IhS
stat the s ee Pklgee selepe
616e ase 11tt Weado soitbesft
We Ihw. ano Io -ar felt to -r ees

ppO t beaget a" Tee t S Cr

_taw 60rrlr

Trip to Porte Fi;,o.
New Yurk. l)'c I.--. .. att, raum
Was one of Ith pa.sehse i elt s urTn\e.
on the Ponce, .riu iA iwas acCuallniAiii
by her .laubaad, L-em (i .!.artl., anil
seemed to be It ci. ( atiatiluil uon
She. semed to ha\. lost co,nid'ra
ble weight and bore tn i ies if fa'l"u'
Mr. Martin, her htalna ,1. was rco- a'
her aide, and wa' < m :y ill at '.*
Purroutded as tbh' *,,ro by ydi,.ellu
of curious s peta: :-r T"'be c(ih, huad
malri a rovtad trip hIi ''e steamnr Aa
eserini a hurried qy, lton Mrs Mar
tin eilnteiL absol'i eat retr abt
sencet had be"a ca.a I by the poest
Willy of Jemome' r, Ircttloo a die
trirt attorney.
"O.. de.at cannot tr past he for
gotten, and will ant :.evpaper men
lWt me aloe? They r lIoed me laint
Porto Rico and are af ar me a I
am going to splen J I, holMla In the
city of Waslalagim I wll so rn
tars to the stage I a" doe wIth that

shoots Wife and Rsa.
Ovasd Haven. mi' h fDe. 1 -Ura
lbbfrwai, Mrs. Joln a (ealtsai sad
PId am"& were aObe~i in o n bu 1t
ales*from sere .lpatnr a"ait"
Gokulash will prohato dhe. hWa so"
able to deutf ( their 800160 as jobs
oal0ahi. be Twoman' s b bssd who

ealy jrid. btw may r er. D&
bre6Il as IWOJ t Wt a a time
sear OrsiNd Isvos %tY beiswb
atsntWed hbe fsed Mr a GUo is the
sa*e mowtth rt to,-rrowd us oOen
ed Ofi tan wosl im sad-1
Mrs Coallasi. Mau sslsba In
amemoS rud 5a5s t no swi. esam*
ski tea fIrod 'a 'A- as hewas
saini tot re PN A p Is at

Caguas Or 4 L, ..ueo
101 beeIIIeI so to' do Um111
powAd of and&9 I& a a
SI soon. I aft ch we" 0 rwVw
am~se.as Palls a.* amU wm a
-laf 49 boetsIP. 09.Yb,
Sbobf, trwas ralq "m a
~ S Us lsMetoCAso& a w Of
i m Uedlsis bhad W~ ed ep Ap
~som"of torso"s tht"-hsw ft ago
few smi ml wbm ft ruif gomm
bsamhe wobtafed trh46" 116
Iw obew o f brow Is seem"
)III" o wl 0 the 1we


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4M mV U frUS s AWeS
ft wu Mepe vw hrseof W"0d8
OR. tTuesdayp

oft" C*bo.b TuhePS
9" ANOles. CVl- I -4be ds0
beet u- et~ 1e~smadma

d"Nft 1C &MO 1- a s
to podvyfrm the oaa a
lwa pow "It bed SeAtlf
d ow d of omq ow oft 9


Judge Ala Imponee a Cash Fin e
t2,00 In Burton Case.
It. auls. Dec. l.-Ualted State
Seastor James Ralph Burton, of Kau
as, h been asetenced In the Unite
tates court to servu alx months in t h
Iro ooaaty Jail, Ironton, Mo.. and t
pay,a i ne l of.60) as tan pwulty fto
oonlaction on the Indicrtuiat chargin,
Ihat he bad acted in the capacity of
paid altoraey In behalf of t e tla:it
GOaln and Securitles conm.any of It
LAuls before the postofflic department
to prevent the Iusuance of a fraud or
der. Hli was releand on bond In tlb
Pial of .5000 as'surety, with K. C
Kurenas security, ptndinlg an a;j);'a
to tie supreme court.
xlxecution of sentrace wads staie(
pending appeal.
Senator Burton was found guilty las
Saturday morning on is4 counts of at
Indictlmnt. four of which charged tha
he agrite to receive compensation fto
his acrviios as an attorney before the
postoffice department In behalf or tlhe
Rialto company and two eharglii,: tit
-he rievel coiettmpe'ntatlon.
Ju ire Vlandtventer Imponed i(it I nit'
of Iniprlionnitt t on one count ln i '
of thfo" two l!v'alons making h t
tvrmsi concurrent, and. in addittll, a,
tf'lsed the fdue1 on butl nit' .of tile
counlt. At prnivlded In rHitte 17s,
which Senator was con lctrid of hal.lni

Alabamans to Hold Cotton.
ulolntgoniry, Alp.. Ih'e 1 -A cin
ventlon of the Alabanma dilv I it of the
tltthelrn ('ottlin absocialionttii Iuht'.I
ui SmiontKo t.ry Harvie .hr han. Ilt
(; trri pire P 'ia tt of Ilte, i.naneiatilii
a I prire'ie it, atil drellverelt an aililrer n
I':,, g., i w t \ '( receive for hl.lita 2 1".
0"iIl tl ul, a i f (v'i i.ll for 1 co mp i a axtmtoll
i I ;a rtnofmt lKm i I tI r'llove front the
iln rkiet all roa"oii vIet tin tlhe h nrilsi of
ii, K ati .,'t a awts *'.1'e1 ('anrc.r'm, laa
lil-nry Il <':.)i, >of lthe- third Alit
banria ,lstri' a,':.tressld the plia tt r
nnd Inieihied i sralinal s eculatlon It,
futurers AtWtil .ill r ',presentatlive Mot
ton KCnrarra from all partit of tle t ate
we re ipr'esent.

Jury of Women Deelde Cae.
Iltrhnirnd. Vr. lwr I -The fir,
jilry riompio>d etlr'M. :'ltly of womei,
tvter ronvenrit'i l in tills tate was *l
lanB> 11.i In Winrlhhe.'r to try a ra1 *
In which Madamen Z.ntmrayr a dreis
maker, was defendant and Mrs. Jellei
Flathaway, one of her ruiomlner, plaIn
1iff Mrs. ilatbalway ued to t ovr l
the price of a gown which ae sJleg.
did sot It properly Justice J. M
Johesol tried the raM. Mrs. Hath
away Ud the dreemaker bot tried
s several oostaeses dortag the takila
of the testlmoy Ifr Me besOt of the
Jay. Wh Ithe jrJw rMirod i wt
to rewoleo Itslf late a dahatlI o
claty Is whelh fashlouas Igmeral wre
PoeI oad WhMa Pail l ad.
Ieotbyville. IJ., UDc. 1.-A fow
wee"s N a wawrrd gradsM a ef ot
to Wise w" aur i 4e d 6 at^r
l highway reobry. 'Ie "d wi
pleed at $o0, wMhIt. after mea p. r
1 e1 the old *ua algned. The y0r1aM

iai s d 1 Os t ma skar a us
Nf sMs for a-la.- muowR Tata
bewevr. was hkep a mrel *ah 4*
be *dr 1- the p-4tetlrr au
trmed that he mast lad the osres
-a. Wie Od lthaihe et pap

PI- eaets gec'e Mu4 ****Beet
iel. N. V. i,< I J. **ti
worth fV |.NC 54.*i, *sr*"r l',,ua
sto as allhegi I rht p&* by 4.
ttcIw br ryUcr4ay Thc preo
r we tl m o f WalJer DOss 4a
t<* '| ue wa wed Mnfewsw
row, '4 ae ws.e The ewesry assee

a mhm i-m e to dlbau rod hlA
a woo. up.KIann is a mmbor eC

MM isted f AegAn# %*n" a eraioebw 4
pow. Fm th peP "', t-. ,'e Me
ow Is FSWM where 6v's'a t'S JW
MI amboe ON f*hlf of t"e iab

^e -s

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SVtesels Sailing Will ot Get a
I Ciean Bill of Health.


SJapnese Physicians, Who Are Almog
S the finest in the World Are Doing All
In Their Power to Stamp Out This
Dreaded Disease.
Seattle. Wash.., Lc L.--lH.l'onte
plageii ii raging in Yokohama. Aucoril
d lon to offlrcra of the setaililship l Italat
aud pos lbly nio oore vesals wili be
I given a clean bill of aealta until the
r' cournlge ti wiped out. rour deat(rii had
I resulted from tbl disease before the
Sutrtiamrer Iukuta sailed, and many re
ports of sicknimsa were reeled,
Williatin M I.oppi, surgeon on the
t estarmir, st.i:ed that foew, if any, muon
rstl'Is will by allowed to leave Yoko
har l.
"T'Ihe Julannt'e authorities are tak
IIit e'e r preasit'rlon to prevent lhe
j .;, d ol f tit.-e dtl ad disease. said Dr
l.,l;a', "t11t in spite of all they can iLo
u1.1n) lit'alh i% l \result. Therre s
Slitt tI ditobtt but lat the city will be'
(quai.stuiti i. In faot, It aI the only
Wr ty :. HAtustll It out.i The Jap1nee
ph)ac.lnus arn, aNionti the A*nett In the
wlAl.1 'Tl'(h gKo Into everything tloor.
ouiKli ly llrl tke' e laborate pntalstrlons
Ito Ii ''intt the cuIAs|Ulo front spread
ig ______Ili

Republican PelliqI ns Diecuas as
Length the NOW VOer Situation.
a\'ll tili lanli. I o, l.--' lo4g confo
t ncv as iiril at tae1 White Housm re
tifuiir-itliig Neir York ipolitles, espeit ally
i' l.It, ig ti 0 a 'hot 'ie of a chairman ul
the, N, w Yolk i'cinty Ittpubllcam coa
lnllterl 11. l.e artIe- to tihe wIre m'hIl pro.llent and repreentatIv
J. %'alln V' n i()a'. of Nw York
Sil) H, .-'rertary I|t(,l sa* lrerent chtar
Inlg a plrt r of thli' IItrview
After tHpsle in ihle pre*lirut'se omee
ftr miD)re thin in hour Mr )Ivo xt left
fli t t*e l I li, it)n. **I a' 4tuator PlatL
of New York lit Jeirllned to .ilcusee
the (1e"4lls of tf. (tinf, rlierv, biut ad
miltl*d btha It related to Newe York
politlt Hae It a tanellilatoe for the
, chalramanehlp of Ihe NSw York roulst
reomniit* It MII aaklo that RKeptr
santative HIert.eri l'darena hasl Itr".
support fur Ih. rialrnianlhlp o the
committee Htnrt atl :a11t lo bahrkll
SRpreaWeontaive,, ltift for the pase.

Tragedy in OGerOs Town.
Montro,. Iop," 1 -J Tom agI
a errrnltf rf la II'iir. shot msa I&
stia)ti l'o-I I .-. Toole. hi eItrk, It
hist sore* In 'i< elOtI The erwti.
SI s*i'lt w*e.' 4rinkIni *s4 It is d'
nin" *, '1 ,'rt lir.t how te trahgey
r'.i,. I lng rillms that Teel bhd
S.-*,..Eiti. wrieb he waattm ltdlta
t)o Ua,' on l un A biatlYJ grmp
I' .' wlh T.-;o, ad4 tlek t Ih Io
Swip from hil Tt Otha thMlilOg
#4 If draw a pistol tree le pegts,
whun 1mlg asr Lg is a d tator t
icy:ry. :-, ,u Uwe sad ewags HMe W
14 t.rV aiod sa4 ba a wtle ah oe
rhtii Tt. was 3M years *ed4. er>r
rb 4l plele I Iwe Io Csthe ee
ty li a .a It tos il.

seerg UMvtersoelp hiteeppe s
Aflsay ml e., i w -T- hewst,
lao2a of W. J. MeKrrell, wi he
bes miNtata tr two weeklu pIt is
preat semr. f I.e hIs-s sad frigis
o tabe Mr. lti to bMdeeet Igt Mr

W weadered SWay M heatm
shie maler a sel af eSinl as
ssa. t she feWstr Of as ols (

UM dMew tas his bear I1

le tb her a yea r am.oa, asi i

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Woman's Guild of Hoy Trinity Church
on December 7th.

The annual baszars held by the Wo. ii
man's Guild of Holy Trinity Church
have become such well known and pp.
Wlar functions it would seem unnec.*e- Tbe Cd Liver OU tlmabls oet u t lor
sary to ad'erise them, except that C4*80,0CO c d. ihsUs S"5 LafItlP,
Ses 1aTht eead LamP, Csru% Piluwe.
the one to be held on the afternoon Oe nit sd a1l ClmonTearT Dises. Al
and evening of December 7th at the, Drugglstwostlasu,.andl.
opera hooe bids fair to rival any pre- TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY NAIL
vious one in extent and thoroughness eall daa moand addr s
of arrangement. i OMULSION CO. 98 Ps Stre New Yrk
Every committee represents a force
Of earnest workers, full of zeal tfr its
reepeotlve department, and with the DENHAM-BARFIELD.
cheerful aid of friend, present and ab-
sent, an extensive and elaborate array Ver Beautiful Home Wedding of Two
of articles both useful and beautiful Popular Young People.
have been secured to supply the de. The marriage of Miss Helen Den-
mand of a public that ha. learned to harn, the accomplished daughter of
appreciate the efforts that the Guild Captain and Mr. William Bailey Den-
hu always made to please. / ham, and Dr. Frederick Green Bar-
The refreshmeut booth, always a field of Cuthbert, Ga., occurred at the

most popular department, has made
extensive orders of oysters, poultry
cream, etao, and promises to eater i
the most satisfactory manner possible
to the most discriminating palate
Mrs. Rihhards to In charge here with
San able corps of assistants.
Another toothsome feature is the
candy and flower booth with Mrs. 8,
J. Thomas as presiding genius, and
here ao abundant supply of fresh flne
candies can be found at a reasonable
The fancy work booth with Mrs. D.
C. Warner as chairman, the stock,
I handkerchief and belt booth, Mrs.
Coololugh, baby's booth, Mrs. Morrow,
and household, Mrs. Phillips, as chair.
men, are all to be admirably equipped
with a varied assortment of useful and
beautiful articles.
The market booth under Mrs. Pat-
ton's care will be a rich storehouse of
table supplies, mostly homemade, and
the handiwork of expert housekeepers.
Here are to be found jellies, pickles,
jams, bread, pies, oakes, and which
will sorely ind a ready sale.
A new and unique feature of this ba.
sar will be a palmistry booth under
the skilful oar* of Miss L. Cook, who
is an expert In this lice. Here your
palm may be read and your character.
Istles described in a thoroughly Mien-
tife manner by one who has stodled
sad knows her art. This feature Is
sure to plese.
Everything eonaneted with these be.
sprs ns ondoouted on a strlctly bosi-
aoe basls, and each patron may feel
sorm of getting as nearly his money's
worth as It le In the power of the man.
. agmeat to give him.


SOnly One Cas Tried, and Verdict of
Murder In Second Degree.
The elreoll court oonnoed at 2
o'olok Friday afternoon, after having
adjourned for Thanksriving Wedneos
day afternoon.
The only one brought before the
oourt Friday was that of the State of
Florida vs. James Henry, charged with
murder of Paul Robenon at Grove
Park on January 18th of the present
The prisoner having been previously
arraigned and pleaded not guilty, the
ease went to trial, after empanelling
and swearing In the following jury: J.
L. Cheser, 0. 0. Fletober. J. M. Ma-
eon, Alex Howe, J. A. MeKinstry.
August Wenske, A. Ahreme, O. B.
Bailey. H. C. Roth, J. P. Baoknight,
M F. McCook. W. D. Faxan.
The State latrodueed five witneosm,
defense none. after which argument
began The oaee was opened by E.
Noble Calhuun, son of State's Attorney
Oalhoon, who spoke for twenty mla-
utw. This young attorney showed
conclusively the ability of his father
ia the profeesion, and presented a very
favorable argument to the jury on
the side of the Statel He was
followed by Attorney Robt. E.
Davis for the defeu.e, whom it it
not aneeotay to add made an im.
preesive talk for his elieat State9
Attorney Calhoun was the onet
speaker for the State, and he
wau followed by Hon James H.
STlllman of South Carolsia, who oame
Small the way from ldgefleld, as heterm-
ed "for a matter of jusece" to defend
a child of a slave who belonged to his
father governor Tillman spoke only
% few moment, bet his remarks were
eleqaeat and full of iaterest
The )jory retired at the supp|lr hour
Wd about r o'clock returned a ver.
4itS of gllty of murder 1an second de-
gOen, with a recommenudatl n to the

To Oure a Cold In One Day
TablesI ODl w refund mouey it
t* fali ea L. W irore'% signature
to oaessh be. e s.
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Some of the bride's parents, Savan-
nah. Ga., at 8:80 o'clock Wednesday
The event was one of beauty and
simplicity in decoration and arrange-
ment, and of wide interest, since the
contracting parties have an extensive
Acquaintance through Florida and
(4eorgia, the bride being a Floridian,
and for several years a resident (,f
Gainesville, where she grew to woman-
The home was artistically decorated
by palms and yellow and white chry-
,santhemoms, no other flowers being
used except in the dining-room, where
the bride's table was placed and adorn.
ed with bride's roses, smilax and tulle.
As the bride descended the stairway
with her father, Mendelasohn's "Wed-
ding March" was softly played. Pre-
ceding the bride walked her maid of
honor, her sister, Miss Besrie Denham.
The ribbons were held by Miss Eva
Halle of Gainesville and Miss Line
Shields of Richmond, both gowned in
white. Mr. John Paseo aeted a Dr.
Barfield's best man. The marriage
servile was performed by Bishop
Weed of Florida, assisted by the Rev.
Franois Alan Brown, the bride being
given away by her father.
The bride's gown was of white satin
with real laIe, made on simple and
beautiful lines. The draped bodies
had a yoke of hiffon, edged with
pearls, below which the lace wau laid
reverse, extending in bretelles over
the pretty elbow sleeves. She wore a
wreath of orange blossom In her tolle
vell, and earrled an old-flahiomed
boquet of lilles-of.the.valley.
An informal reoption followed tlhe
ceremony, Dr. and Mrs. Barfield re-
oeiving songratalations before leaving
on their wedding trip.
Dr. and Mrs. Barfield left the same
evening for Florida, and expect to
spend their honeymoon in this State.
No member of the younger society
set in Savannah has been more eordi-
ally liked and admired than Miss Den.
ham, and the happy couple were the
reolplenta of hundreds of congratula.
Dr. and Mrs Barfeld will reside in
Outhbert, Ga where the former en.
joys a lucrative praeties.

One of Beason's Most Delightful Funcr
tlons-Big Crowd Was There.
The Earnet Workers' 8Soiety of the
First Prebyterian Church gave a be.
aar aid supper in the opera hoon
Friday afternoon and evening, begin.
ailing 6 o'clock.
The function was wel attended and
liberally patronized in every depart-
meat by the good people of Galne*.
ille. sines it bad been announced that
the proceeds would be uad on the aioal
payment of the debt overhanging the
manss. The opera honu was appro.
privately and tasaefolly doorated for
the oseatloa, ie deoratloan beingead
mird by all whu saw them.
There was plenty of good things toI
eat. as well a a fine* asortmtmt of
oueful sad faney article,. which found
ready sale, with the reull that quite a
neat sum was realsed,. whieh the so-
oiety appreciate.

A Fearful Fate.

It Is a arful tate to have to endure!
the terrible torture of pile*. "!ema
truthflly say." writes Harry Colson
of MYasu rlM, la.. "that for blind,
blidig, Itokilag ad proetrdang pdles.
Boekoa's Arae Salveis t he but
eure mde." A lo beet toer o burns
and lejarie. 3S aI all dreat i,

Why Refer

to Doctors

7n7 uui V i i vi nI.1

All efforts have failed to find a bet-
ter remedy for coughs, colds and lung
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
Itstope the cough, heals the lungs and
prevents serloas results front a cold.
J. N. Patterson Nashua, Iowa, writes:
"Lat winter I had a bad cold on my
longs and tried at least half a doses
advertised oough medicines and had
treatment froa two physicians with.
out petting aSV benefit. A friend re-
oommended Foley's Honey and Tar
and swo-thirds of a bottle cured me. I
oousider It the greatest eough and lung
medicine In the world." J. W. Mc-
Oollum & Company.

Corbett *comes a banker.
Uew York. Dec. 1.--James J. Cor
bett sl now a banker From the prize
ring to the swivel chair of the flnan
cler is a long Jump, but, as everybody
knows. Gentleman Jim has taken it in
easy stages. He was elected a member
of the board of director of the Bay
asde (Long Island) National bank last
week. Former Congreosman Ireder
Ick Storms is president and Geo. Roe is
secretary. James J. Corbett bua ambl
tons In the line of being a bank offlcet
tilmelf. Oace before he went Into uM
prime ring he was a bank clerk In San
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DoThi KM Yu l
304" as
Bi"ws of 44WM2

Money Is powerful for good i divine-
ly u.ed.. Give It plenty of air and It is
sweet as the hawtorn. Shut it up and
It cankers and breeds worms.--. Mae-
Furlem O FightWg.
"For seven years." writes Gao. W.
Hoffman of Harper, Wasb. "I had a
bitter battle with shro le stomach and
liver trouble, bat as lae I won. and
eored my disease by the us of Else-
trio Bitter. I ahoeitatialty room.
meod them to all, ead don't intend in
the future to be withool them in the
hoone They are sertalnly a wonder.
ful med*eiie, to have enred s a bad
ees as mia e Sold a der ouarao.
oe to do the so"e for Iou. by a!l dreg.
gist. at we a btote. Try them today.

uHaead-Let me t hbow Woag I it
ane re ar *J M was ere? wife.-
O- it moat bew mvua year Be was
hae the wee tsfa I gt my aht anw

BeeeIi sewe vauM iniuibrf rhem.
Tbal kmaw a&S aee L ng ne Pe-
tasalse te dy proof It hr cuh

&ae. TUey mm IL Twom I"a so
it. SeW hr, we s brrj
iL Um a doW
E~ r,

Dr. weIoll Thrown From Buggy,
Reolving Painful Injury.
A par of horses driven by Dr. E. B.
Howell of Newberry began kicking and
roaning a be started oau of town to
see a patient Wednesday and in at-
tempting to jump from the buigy the
Doetorsotailned some painful injor-
ee, spraialng both wrists. He was also
run over by one wheel of the vehicle.
adnAltogether was considerably shak-
en up, but fortunately the injuries are
not considered dangerous, and the
victim will be all right in a few days.

Return of Confederate Flags.
Chicago, Dec. 1.-An old confe.er
ate battle flag captured in action by
the igbhth Illinois cavalry regiment
from the Th:rteenth Virginia cavalry
regiment, was returned to the state ol
Virginia last night at a meeting at th
Great Northcrn hbtel Colonel D. J
Hluea, of the F'ghth Illfiois veterans
made the presentation. and Harry Lee
late sergeant of the Thirty-fourth Mis
siaslppi confederate Infantry regiment
received the emblef In the name of
Governor A. J. Montague, of Virginia
The flag was captured at Pojesvllle
Md., Sept. 7, 18,2. and has been in the
possession of the captors since then.

Husbarfd Horsewhipped Wife.
Van Wert, O., Dec. 1.-Richard
Azgevine, Jr., yard foreman of the Cin
cinnati Northern, and his wife, sepa
rated a few weeks ago. Angevili
drove to the nouse whtre his wife it
staying and, it Is alleged, endeavored
to kidnap his three-yearold son. Tht
mother says she caught him in the at
tempt, and alleges that he and a ma:t
companion In a buggy ustd a horsewhil
upon her. Later she swore out a war
rant for his arrest for assault and bat
tery. When be was taken Into cus
tody sha regained possession of th(


Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PaS."
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. bj
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narceop
substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys W
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Consti
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Fo
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ra
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's nd.

Beans the Signat '


The Knd You Have Always Bouh

In Use For Over 30 Years.


The quotion
of Title the
first consid.
erat!on for
the investor.


Renders reliable services of every sort along the
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularl-
Alachoa county.

8PECIALTIEN: Abstracts of Titles; Tax Sale Semnl
Agerts fr NoeRMsident Land Owners; Plats of CaU
Towns Etc.
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Referroees: First National Bank of Gainesville.
Duttoo & Co., Bankers.

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Order to

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Time Table in effect September 24, 1906.


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Send Us Your Next Order for Job W

The Knld You Have Always Bought, and which has be
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
^ and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since its Inf&ay.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Coanterfelts, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are bu
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health
InafUt and Children-Experience against Ex

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The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.

ii of (KI me of h :1 C ofI
yfd h*osiee4ni-no eC tIe. :
t fu h the City (III R -; t ti) 1 3deatli qare ii
y A tie Odomn no J4ck-(jn. iO Case,
mbwr of the law flirm of n ay- '.
6m, Is in the city on pr Lfe@ the r (,fu: 'f k;l
Hell If
kidnevc\ trw.04ei is
n George M. Lynch. formerly allo%,cl t, -ailvance
tooi0mmndart of Etiot F;orida
ry but now a nerier of the a o ns hi I catrrhit
toct0tl .it reck s thueing c~it~trrlm of
sy the University of F,orida, ia sIt I the kirdne'Ys tlht'iitSives



a short while with his family br.a .k i,mn la:d aste .ay -cell ly. cell. uu -_u.U *nw5 -)
I ',. r troulie-. almtot always result with W. A. Pace.
l*6citJ. fran "11 A i >I:>in ment of the kidlnc s anlid Denzil Strange of Hawthorn visited
warranty deed and mortgage blanks i a .'re i t, nel T uickest by a proper hie ou n J. D. Oaldwell, \Vene-di.
J atlthis office, the form used in j n f thekieirs. Ift ou arefel- Mrs. J. E. Ooebran and daughter,
be county which saves money in :,. iKll ~ .r's Swamp-Root, the Annie, made a flying trip to Islaud
log. $2 per hundred or 6e per ,. t k;,lnI hlir atd blhable remnlty. Grove Tuesday.
a by mail. Cash must accompany It corrct, iu.ailht.v to hold urine and C. ). nauders, who Ila lurking for
P dawtft .h. -' .lt ini it, al ,over. Wade. Son A Co., made a ing trip to
a'l th t :nli .'ca.tilt nIeces.it\ of bt.iug
G. Ramsey of Wacahoota and A. c::t :.!,l to o often through their day, Hawthorn Sunday, to see his sitter.
gel of Alehoa were among those a:tidt t u tip iai y times during the Servil'es were held at the Haptist
eoeine to Gainesville on busitne4s it Th. Thle uilli a.i(d the extraordinary church Sunday by the pastor, Hevr W.
rdy. Mr. Rmy states tha t If S\anuii-Root is sxont realit'i F. Malphurs.
rdayl. Mr. lamsy state that It st iils the highest for its wonderful
and peas ere moving from hi curiite> of tie lmot tl distressing cases. Remarkable Cure.
late seetiom, but so far no Sa'lip.i-.KRot is pleasmttt to take al, is "I was mch afflicted with seisatis,"
twohasbeenshihpped1this eason. Ia.tigstiift-cttii
to. has been shipped ths season. .1 ,ar si. c Ittl-s. i it t\e writes Ed C. Nud, lowaville., S.dgwick
SProf W. N. Sheats, principal of the l.:..i titlee of this \onilectful niew dis- Co Kan.. "going aboiit nil eritches
versity Graded and High Shool, C\,i 1rv ;itl a l>ik thiattellsail liutlt it, and suffering a deal of ain I was
returned from a visit to Tain;a L, ': ti'litot^l. '. l. itidnetd to try Ballard's sn.ow Lini.
si. the State Fair. He is well pleased I ,:. a.ltiollni reading tlhii generous ment. which relieved me I Iofed
l what he saw of the big fair, espe- : :l ; tins paper. Don't itake any three 50a bottles. It is lthe greatest
*lallb the educational exhibit, which 'k.'ihtrr'eitieTerthenliuntSwvanllp. liniment I ever used. Have rerarin-
gatllelly interested him more than I:' .. iininitoin, N. Rlth., on every mended it to a number of p. rson.,
Is thing else. I L "N. oilevey All express thealiselves a lbeingi tine
Reports that fied by it. I now ialk without
lbe attending physician reports that -- .. rutches,able to perform a reat deal
.eleedition of BIloxham Dell, who tnt from iOtter Creek, and employs a of light labor on the farm '.'15e. Nk,
,es been seriously ill with hemorrhagic large force of workmen. He reports and $1. 8old by W. M JMilnson
Sfor the past few days. is consid fih plentiful at this season. and adds The Twentieth Century Club.
^bty, Iimproved. This will he grati. that wild game, from quail to deer
S gewsto the num.rtunfriends (f rind bear. abound plentifully in the On Monday afternoon, Nt-r 27th,
young man, who feltsnxiou4 11h01t harmni douringSunday and Monday epe.- (.aineville L odg No 990. P. the fsts of Mrs. Hrlnii.y at the
S Hogan and John P. nen held on Thurs.ky evening one of the president in the chairs and Mrs. J.
W ,wHoran and John P. Einteryni of the most enjoyable and nuecessful It. Gerald as leader.
aldo were in the city Thursday night meetings in its history The meeting There was a good ater .tt.d .e, and
tItr the purpose of "riding the goat" in was well attended and five fawns were fie new members added tee h.* rll.
the Benevolent ar.d Protective Order initiated into the mysteries of Elk- After the regular order of iuiness
4f Elks, which they did to the satis- dom. The lodge will hold its regular the literary program was ,oi,'e.nd with
faetiou of tlihnmenlivet ind the mem. memorial service in the lodge room a paper by iro. N Ji i'I t ip. "The
tiara of Gaineovill. lodg.. Mr. liogan S-,lday evening, beginning at h Russian bSpy MNystem. Ndliism arnd
s the efflc.ent agent of the Seaboard ,o'cck, in complianeii with the laws of Teaching Nihilists," follI-o.ed by one
Air Line at W\aldo. the orier. Ipon this oct-asion Rev S from Mr,. I;rald on lberia, the
L lNotlee is g ven in The Gainesville El- II. Roger, chaplain of the IGaineeville lLad (t fthe Eiiler!" H, 'i (iof th.l
Vtor of intention to applyfor tax deel 'odge. will deliver the address. All were most ititructive antl nttjoyeld by
Lot 2. Section 25. Tp 9, R lS-S O members of the order are requested the clubt
e, being asetesed at date of isn"i a-idl sipete(d to be i reseout. lr 1. (' nlith'- readitnri on
of such cr at in th n of"Agrietilitral litisia loniluidld the
Htfeurh ertiflsatie in the name of prograii. after which the' club ad.
0. Hunter. Unle.-s Aid certilcalte VICTIM OF RIFLE BALL. j.urned to meet Ileceiihber Ilth with
it be redeemed according to law, ----- ire. W\ M. [ale.
deed will issue thereon on the let Young Colored Boy Accidentally Shot
of January, A. I. 1I f4 While Hunting Thanksgiving. Cured Paraivsis.
he First National Bank opened hilo so far as has been learned there W. F Haily., i True. 'isl.
yesterday in temrporar (quartord, only )" (-aurrod one accident front. the writes: ".My wife ii been ,ufftering
wa House blildIng, corner \Ve. result ,f Thanksgtiving hunters.the vie- five years with paralIs. i bhe'r arm,
in and lMechanic streets Wo'rk. tim nn tie itlstaite being Martpce when I was persuaded i to e l',ll.lrd '
Shave already b|egi ni renod l ng Clark, ainid mai trio. i colored lad, fit f iw i.i n e tl*r m iet. rit,,I h.r il-
justv acated. iu l wil l i rliht. I have ala l sed it fr old
room just vaeted. thh will tet'n y*earf a(ie, who as eeidesntly oi, frotlbitea mt .ol en eipliion*
ilpprd with an iii, to late paite *hot ivby a irmpaiiinti while huntin a it ddoesa the work." I lay tW. M1
frout and other fixtures I, u i! .iort d,.aitce- from the. ciy The bolil Jolihtitoin
ire about two months- o complete i tad elnlit out tfir anl af ertoon's *sport
work. Tity ia rti-d r tail1 22n)ill-a, 2 Irte'-. and
wo.. Benj. P. Ca.houn. State'* a- ust after r*.arhini it'. oL. irts. of th T.
iallI~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I.-.A-h .6 MI soto. n n Ti

Eighth Judicial Circuit, hasll ith rin" innr a lnur io fm Mrn-
ed his duties in the court her, iii1io m* 'a- ej. t hv lbal, r, iltn young Clark to the
orpeodlgt ThankL.iring wth his e.i. ig.ltl itr.hg young Clark in the
ly in Palatla. .Hie is aecompanlied riht tite+
I eoLs, EE. Noble Calhoun. who t righllnil al1m t titet convulsions
aemlIt his father during the re- the comprsliiin r.held to the cilty to
lder of the c.urt. IHe is rewarded spread the re,'s ainJ s,si.tanee
.I.ocn of the brilhitest young lawyer s reipondcd I e wase bri airhl ito hb
le tbe oStaie. home. I ,l gardenn street. when
Ios t. Chesser hs rtund rm Ihysiclar was sumimosed It
SL. Ch*...r has rWturned from i w discovr,.l th. the wound wso not
O.mr Ortek, where he has been for the Iw diovrl i, the oud wa tnut
kw date looking after his fish i-of a serious r atutr, though the hbll
hwd nod Inokin ifiersrae hid l nlhhn
eIuNs. Mr. OCbeer operates a fish. hid not te. rat ,ri eel.awil last night
We.yl1lf Hammock, flee miles d*,- te vti w r-tin l
Coughinl Spell Caused Death
." "OHarry I>uckwelil aged 2f years.
OAK sod chbked to deatt. early yesterday morn.-
I'NI lgPII E t h. home r. tt-(rene.of to
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ebmnd AMdsplit, all length said Mlve.
good eaisetaulOm with l or-
Whoo I" err in a sulof m
Dp; meBIT* ave rail. Ev.gi
tyfor seeing. splittinog and do.p
WOWd promptly.
PeifWNWd Vrod. CorAtr Vai.
taw, fbta .

Laxtive Frut Syrt p
Pleesnt to tlke
The new laxative. Dow
t gripe or nauseate.
Cur- stomach and live
troubles and chrome coe-
Upttpdo y reorto g tohe
natural action ofthe mtoam
ach, liver and bowels.
F bor Py LJ. W. *eCdlSits a .

li l _a _l I f l _. ,I . .

wife nhild e hi ld *..n, eu tral 'I i'intilm rl n
old a few days ag,, rid 1itld tui tittle l I IIJ D ly U
atteltilo to it YIvirrdla morning -
bL wai sll-d with a fit (f r-it rig,
whteb obli.uobard f .r *n',, S- tm iDry Glds, Netio,
wife lat for a (hyti bau tt, tW.f .r Rlcket GoodsL.......
he eumld arrive another rCejgitiSa
Ipell ame o antd la'. ell dl4d tfrm Also kIN ~t'.T il '>tUt iBRKAlJS.
*g5oS.-UO-. I1,,:* (I. lt* ll m 'AkE a,-d Kl--PrM
onf. Dewemlt r let 1;i- lisllard's irly
lMoLwhosb d "yur wlooid are saved --
him. ek, ad si 4"aItryW W %I uWr I .l lkst4d.,
Jehanc. .. .....s..--- -

Marriage Lece's.
Cler1Cessgmdgj 4 ae MaF. Mlay M@
Your Had Ci ltierI*wd to Willie Ckappel s&d
~a~Lr~Am% BMis. A. J F lowbot MW IA-
mmow..a it e ?a& tomeow tin" eowg waft*.. 48 ~4 f (19m"g.
see m %* % h Ira wm
P nsW 'i16ny"w s cws -m t4r
US Obb1 0 A GII N mi Goaiama Nomploy. loved.
W = I m, % 3sm w .

h o ow bwto
amem we *go& In *Ad waft& IsU

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Notes of Personal Inlerest Rtgardirng
That Thriving Burg
Lochhloota, Nor. 380-Mr Hnd Mr,.
C V. Fiwler returned to 0 iavrdille
We\'dnelday. after a short stlar ~ir' t'
latier'- ptreii;,. Mr. and .Mr-. J 1
I. W. Stewari left a few days ago for
Silver Ppring*, where he will work
with J. P. Tompkins.
W. T MWEwen of Hawthorni hia rr-
eently moved to our town r.n I occu.
pies the section house.
Mrs. J G. Pae of Noeatee returned
W d f ash



IIz oor por' jmtdi
Abetrsets of Tliti and full information futn lrthd rgardilg lands iL thi
county. Our manager has lived in thil nouunc thirty yean ad
ri thoroughly eoinvr lans with land title,

E. E. 1VTO LdE,
seutinl auniumr o'f prominnli Amnerleit and nllltsh inompIalO
Gali~LeOMvi 1 r JlorT-id
i i i


Relletlem ad Jobbemr a

Staple and Fancy Groceris,
IralIs kae lr aMal tFrtUfluil



Hight market pu. peAd for O hisohn. roeand other h .de.
A I300plot. etok of1 mayCoa. Oss, FPlour, firs, eol, o"we NOW Now
VIAsad We ml= she %'lKY bL Il hV ge at IoaLOW,
Ps IOU, Salialw~ rwe B WW,


sea IeaC3 Oottonb.

I Hk laIand

Cott,,n M,.ai, latggilig an Twine.

Leather i intrilmor (id eo.

Manufacturers nofI h le t-fm" I)irg Impjsrovedtu Engiugh
S [IBJAl ( "mt('4i It I 111 ; in, and uu1pllmii for Sne.

SNA(RtITN~ ~ %Yt J *A AN Ei" T A eb4 A 4 -J -

Pelatera. F, D1JTTQ W&C 00.
Decvators ee

AU Mwadm saw.Si~we
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JJ rVl OE rv0.4

MSKlMI^MMi to memo~z
nL o.n ,,. E-, .io cltl z*l^>

That the factory prices of Shoes have advanced
from 5 to 15 cents a pair, and the factory rep-
resentatives advi-e t1lut another advance will
shortlyy come

Or Stock Was Contracted for Eight leMths
Ago and Delivered FRESH FROM

At first we did not pay the adtl anl it~~,( we
are selling them at cost. When we otfer



Shoes at $3.00

and other well known linil at lFacttry tC t it is practi-
cally offering youi (()LI) )OLLARS at i;5c each.

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THE PAD i nl : G

bDiCCRhx 2,1905


r;Sh st 'Oun

idwrU Si t61P3S5o j at GainesviWe. via.,
oil Me~bA ail OLUCT.

A. H. ) IoO IIAY .... ...ltor and P'ihlltietr.
W. W. ASHLKY ..... Ak4(x-fatPe Eltor.
Crty Itl'.Or.'
OUMIJ J. BRUMImY. (;en I 'Iruve~lr Agent.
PI.. PREWITTT.... Su:t. Comt'or h'v Roomn.
~W. Main St retI. TrF.LIPIOK 434
TI! IDAILY StN, publiaicil every titorning cx-
Oept W today, (J Ich rtul Ly carrier in the city, or
Malled to tiny part of the niteds tateq, postage
kee, fr JR a yes: ; $2.2J I'll tuotithm; P.25 three
months; or 5u ccrlts for fv e wetkI.trictly in

Pleading nIo('tes ii local (olumn u c1 ent a line
for firt insertion, .and 5 cents for each additional
Rates for display advertising made known on


EThe people of this soonty should be
under everlasting obligations to the
good Tampa Tribune for letting us
down -., a-y on oar position at the
State Fair. \e shall always f.el
grateful. and wiil know what to do at
the next contest. The Tribunesays:
"Alachos, fifth in general exhibit-
flrst in cotton, second in agriculture
and lire stock, and upar to the top in
other lines, takes the fifth prize easily,
and, in suhb a competition, where ev-
ery product of the soil was entered in
the endeavor of high honors, the rich
county which is to be the main Peat of
learning of Florida, has no reason to
hang its head in shame. Major Tench
made a showing that could not have
been excelRed with the resources placed
at his disposal, and he has done much
for the future progress and prosperity
of the people he represented. Alachna
will derive beneflir from its particlpa-
tion in the fair greater than any that

application. goes with the winning of ribbons and
The Twice4-Week un is au eiglft-pge, forty- purses,
column paper, published every Moixlay and Bt' the people of Alaehua can reot
Thursday, and cutarnAall the news of the asstured of the fac' that they have tihe
week, local, state and genrrl., ail will be | ) cotton in the State, as good stock
ailed, postage free, to any part of th. united am can be sh rnn anywhere In the Sooth,
states or Canada, for $i.oo a year-in nava i. an d en a complete shin o our re-
.,. and when a complete show of our re-

All advertising bills come due after first
appearance of *dvertiomrent, unlrs otherwise
ttlplated in contract. Parties not known to us
will be required to iay fr advert iing in ad-

sources in all branches is made, we
will be right at the head.

C(.INleVIL.aL. PL.
- ...-.. The (finesville Sun ha. issued an
SUNSTROKES. industrial edition which reflects rent
credit on that paper, and is an index
Senator Burlon of Kansas can write of the character and enterprise of the
a book "From the -nate toi Jail, of residents of (Gaineville. The edition
the Trials of Bleeding Kansas." His of The Sun has thirty-two pages with

ofielal career is ended.
The holiday season is near at hand
and the people are now consulting the
advertising columns of the papers to
know where and what to buy.
It is at the flnish of the race that we
S should watch out, lest we stumble and
fall Just elose enough to the goal to
lose the contest.

Aleahua county may not cut much
of a figure on drese parade, but when
It oomes down to actual service sl
where hbe plays her long sult.
farloa county may not be much on
display at home, bu at the fair Is the
plae where they shine. Hurrah for
Marion county.
"P. R. H.," In the Kick Kolum of
The Jaaksonville Metropolis, objects to
S avial dogs' tal I uot off, asserting that
they are not long enough to "wag,"
so you ,can tell whether they have
the rabies or not. But If a dog's tail
is out off just baek of the eara you ean
rest assured that be will never go mad

It sl reported that Admiral Rojest-
venaky slipped his grip out of the win-
dow and left Japan without paying his
board __

South Carolina negroes have gone
into the newspaper business at uoch a
lively rate that labor li said to be
oearce In that State.

Prelsdent MeCurdy discovered that
he cold not stand the out in his sal-
ary, *o be has resigned and will now
write for the magaalne#.

While sailors were being froarn to
death on Wednesday at Wee Souperior,
Wis., the people of this section were
enjoying beautiful weather.

President Roosevelt has declared
himself opposre against txoeism in
New York lie declared something
about eoltributtons in th, fall of 1Il104

When the Kepublioaun bk*r want to
put up a bluff at reform thr'v 'niprove
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an ornamental cover, and the whole
paper is profusely and finely illus-
trated, and its subject.matter will be
of areat benefit to those who wish to
know all about Gaineaville and pros.
peroos Alaohua county--The Miami
Evening Record.
The lodustrial Edition of The
Oainesville Sun, recording the growth,
progress and development of Alsehus
county, is out. The edition li all that
could be desired. It ls in magazine
form, cover thirty pages, and is re-
plete with deseriptive writing of the
soil, productions, natural advantages
and eommerelal developments of the
oonaty. Many illostratlons set off tbe
edition and aid materially in making
ft a production of which Editor Mc.
Oreary and associate ecn and should
well feel prood.-Daily Miami Me.
The Gainesville Industrial Edition is
a beauty. Boon as you see the outside
you want to see the inside. And you
are not disappointed. Pretty pictures
of prominent places and beautiful
homes in Gainesville and Alachua
county greet you as you turn page
after page of fine half-tones and bsau-
tiful letter-press work. We haven't
had the time yet to read about all the
good things in Alahua county, but
we know the story Is well told, for The
Sun is always palintaking and correct.
The edition is a feather in the cap of
The Sun and a credit to the whole
State, and is bound to wield an lnflu.
eees for good not only to Galnesville
and Alahua county but to our entire
commonwealth. Tallahassee laily
The Oainesville San has just issued
an industrial edition that is an ex-
eptionally handsome publication. It
is a credit to Harry MeCreary and a
credit to Galneeville and ought to re-
sult in great good to both.-Penroeola
The special Indostrial Edition of
The (iaieovllle Ben was a hammer aad
should be the means of aeeooapliashlb
maeh Igod Lu the way nf ladeeing net.
tiers to Ileae in Alaehua souoty -
West Palm Beach Sun

u ou year aUU let tne it'cmrnrats
wia. By so doing they can iisople of The Iadustrial Edition repeatly is-
any in the party who nmy show sigos seed by The Gianesville Si is unmuu-
of trylag to work reforms and rally ally attrsetive. It eoetaine pIetree
round the (**se for the natt lattle i(of mal hlndeome r#lide#cse of its
prominent eitllens and its nmaafaelur-
From all over the Star we note
that the high schools are ticreraples o i New' This'
attadaner, and under the Hickmas We olfer One Huadred IK:44: ro.
law it t but naterl they should. By ward fo say -- of e tarrh that ea.
the abul lring of the numerou piropar. not be uore by Hali' Catarvh Cume.
teOy euholt x in the tatrU and raising J. OnaNe TA Co .Toledo. 0.
Ithe tandard of the high shools0 a We. the adel4mised. have know F.
eerly every cty and village., l.e J Cheasy to the laat l ylpe ad b-
Se e of tuody belna sauetean to pr. h1ise ti pertelesy honorable La all
tpaoe otdeato for the State t'niverst, butisem tneaseotes a a I NlssaWaly
them bea bwe more of an laterot able to earty out say obigati se made
saUMtted and young ladies and by hisberm.
yooan m8 eold remean at h .e Wheeme a DegIat, Toledo. 0
eoleool witoaethel eita rexp oen of l alil ftCasl rOles i tia slater.
oltag awe Sad a ipa g lor (hefirboard ala, mama dlus aa ae bltod
Tot them am m -e who elaim the j Sd 100* t669b .
aEame law I lajlewm to ik e*4a. bo ts. n MaUrn a
48stfa of the f m e otar eptew TaOb O ly fi eaiam
-J"08 iawI

Ing laodstles. It salo shows plemre
of Ite pspoed university boilldines
aiso deserptive articles of tLe varied
re0ooreof 1its county and the prog-
rese oad hrift of is people. The pubt
lication is in every' way a creditable
one and Mr. MeCreary, its editor, is to
be congratulated upon ite soceess.-
Oeala Banner.
We have received a eopy of the In-
dostrial Edition of Theb Ginesville
Sun. It Is beautifully illustrated and
well written and reflects etedit upon
the oablisher, h t town and the par-
pole for which it was is ued.-Jasrer
The special edition of The Gaines-
ville Sun came folly up to expects*
tion--it might be said that Brother
MeOreary surpassed even what his
fribnds thought it would be. It is got.
ten up in tabloid form and frum "kiv-
er to kiver" Is a model of the typo.
grapbreal art. The articles are all well
written; the illustrations are Roid and
clear and with a proper distribution
will do a world of good for Alachua
county and Oainesville. We congratu.
late The Run and Harry McOreary on
this stroke of enterprise.-Lake City

The Times-Union says that the re.
moval of the universityy of Florida
from Lake City to Gainesville will i,.
evolve along and bitter fight and it
looks very muh that way.-OJala
And The Timei-Union i n a position
to know something about the Univer-
sity matter.



That is just what you are
doing when you fail to get reg-
ular and sufficient sleep. Your
body requires this unconscious
period for repair work; with-
out it your nerve energy be-
comes exhausted, and you are
tired, worn-out, nervous, ex-
citable; have headache, neu-
ralgia, indigestion, poor appe-
tite, or other ailments caused
by a lack of nerve force. Make
it your business to sleep. If
you are restless, take
Dr. Miles' Nervine; it soothes
and strengthens the nerves,
and brings sweet, refreshing,
life-giving sleep, and gives the
organs power to work natur-
ally. Try it to-day.
1I had a severe spell of fever, which
left me* In a very weak condition and
very nervous I had severe s lls of
headache and neuralgia, and could
slicp but very ttU. Every effort that
Uas made t recover my strernth was
of no avail until I hban takin Dr.
Mile.' Rcwtoratts Nervlne. Afer I
commented to take the Nervlne my
sleep wa profound and restruL and
the peans In my Read. as well a the
neuralga palns, left me to a eertain
extent and I Iw adually btter."
U1 Berysa Ave., Belvldere., U1.
Dr. Mileo'* Nwervp Is *Nd by yeue
Fwelet. whe will gerantee that the
ir bette will beni. I I falls, he
will rewnd yuer eney.
Mil e Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind



r I 1 1 k i .

Until the drain on your system produce permanent disability. The hbUma
breathing machinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cells. To have oed
blalth it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no Iimpr*s
tanes, yet if it was known by it's proper name of "throat InflnmmatIua -
Ore"Mlneston of the lungar" Its dangerous character would be uppre'
clatd. When a cold makes its appearance use at once BaUllad'sa ls
hLea Smrp whiob will speedilyovercome it.
WHOOPING COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNO
UNIMENT applied to the throat and chest give wonderful relief, wbd
Mallard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the violentpara"yes--
Mr. Maau Adam. Goldthwaft, Te., writes:-"I have used Ballard'
Iornound Syrup and fnd it the BEST medicine for oroup, coughsr aD
eeld My chu4den use It and it I pleasant to take and quickly suns"
SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25c, 50c, $L.9
The Chluea's Faverte Ras medi t er suetle Osasaie
Ballard Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis, MNo

'97'. 3/. JOITNSON, C0-ai.3aOiesl.e5.*

SIf You Are Insured..

In a Company that is Retponsible. Have a Policy Correctly
0 Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
Pays Luees Promptly

You Are Assured
That no serious lose can overcome you without you have some

S Fire, Life, Accident and Health Inw ace
None but Reliable Companies Represented.

Information cheerfully furnished. GAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA

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Whiskies, Wines, Beer and MA.i

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hImALL The land That Wards Off Coughs, ColdS, (rip

S OF FLORA And Restores Nervous, Dyspeptic Catarh Wrecs.

Bctions of State.


in "The Land of Flowers."
SThIna "Soiled Down" to Suit the,
Buey Reader-Items of Interest to
All Classes.
The high school at Westrille is in.*
S easing in attendance.
S December 14th will be a big day in
Jacksonville-Florida Confederate pa-
S rade.
All the stock for the College of
Pharmacy at Jacksonville has been
$" The Suwannee County Medieal Sor,-
,' .ety will meet in Live Oak on MNonlay,
December 4th.
Manoel Gonzalez, one of the pio-
neers of the Sponish-American element
.l Ybor City, died on Wednesday
Since the people of Jacksonvil!e
have been up against the mad dog
proposition, 67 dogs have gone to the
happy hunting ground.
The people of Winter Park are
squealing aboat hogp running at large
"* .la the streets and may carry their
i grl6noee to the Legislature.
Miss Alice Appleyard, local editor of
The Lake City Index, will spend the
wintr in Washington, the guest of
Congressman and Mrs. Frank Clark.
A large portion of the roof of the
Pore' Food Exposition building at
Jaeksonville fell in Wednesday. It
will be repaired in time for the show.
A vielous bull-dog attacked a little
girl at Tampa Tnueday evening, biting
her hands and throat in frightful
manner. Bystanders came to her ree-
eve and saved her life.
The eigar-makers of Key West may
, ohave their strike titled in a few days,
all they wish is to get the same rate
of pay that the Tampa workmen gae
&. sad they will be satisfied.

The trial of Williams, the Pensaeola
murderer, is now in progress in Mari.
sAaa. The trial is for the murder of
Zd Dtasby and it is expected that
there will not be a long trial.

A Good Home


Akt FvIIIm n, Ftjo r !, m r Ilt, from
gt atiol (I I Kloct R k I o ii aok to of
Rood HIfammnock Land r. a artt u nd
it ,oultivation. Sl ri o t; in rt t.go
miigt tftto. All guood ttuo0'o:g I crd.
111.01W dwelling and other I -o
ithe j'rettifiO All goilig at a Itor 1 n

I' R I I' IC
i: A'~Y,


.\p ly for further particulars to

<. t, 111 .F, FIA)RIDA.

Louisviie &

LIKE A DEMON grip has crossed
our country, leaving behind sourm'.
of physical weeks.
Victims of catarrh of the head, catarrh
of the throat, catarrh of the lungr,
catarrh of the stomach, catarrh of the

kidneys, otarrh of the pelvic organ.,
are to be counted by hundred of thou-
*ands. -
Grip is epidemic etarrk, and rows the
*eed of ehroeamoe arrh within the
This bs so We that few grip sufferers
are able to make a complete recovery
untlbey have used Peruns.
Nn tr the hbisory of medtcite has

Cured of Obtinate La Oripe. C iresma Powers of Vermowt
SI nry I)stIn, tile i tn\n r antd maker Uses P-f-e In His rFemNy.
of hand instrumentit for the Henry l Hon.. Henry Powers, write from
Diitin M*g. ('o., at W illlamaport, 'a., is Morrliville, VL.t
probably the moat sotivre old man In l'*runs I have usto In my family
Philadrlphia to-dav. lie writes from with 1saotes. I can recommend it am a
1441 H. tth street, Philadelphla, PA.: I excellent family rensely, and very good
"I write to Inform you that I had a Ifr coughs, cold @and catarrhal af.
bad attack of Il grippe last)e IrMnir fortUons."-H. Henry Powers.
which lasted more thau three montll, pf.- Fer Cotrre Iela'uaNi
sad which left m* with oatarrh, and ta lOllW TrM We.
several of my friends. advised me t, try Ion. W. J. Purman, ex-inmtem r of
your wonderful lmedlcine, Peruna. 'onigri. from Florida, writel from Itn
"I began with a little the first week 4 street, N. W., WashaIngui, I. ('.
In Mareh and ttoettallydid meagreat "P'ror r*prrmentaUona to ame, and
A1-0W o o.

The Center Park prisoners of Doral a remedy received suchb uqualifled ad ,was s well satis dU that I
county have been sent oot to the tur- ulversal eulogie ma Pea.. purchased another bottl-. and followed
pentive and phosphate eao a of Rawls If you do not drive prompsea r o- your direUton bohie h yi. furnish wth
S Compayr who have Jed the tte aoce to Dr. arm gen a every botle, land I am gladl to si y that
buach of eighteen, including two wo. full statement of your case, and he will it b h uord nre I shal .,rtal r,
m eo be pleard to give you bha valjtatle ad ommend the I'.-r ia oalua Iy Itrla i.i."-
Dr. E. C. Edwards of Jacksonville is e grats iHenry Ditu.
miming from his home and his wife is "
moehk larmed for his safety. He left county who fish west of St Mark KIng's Daughter Is Hiseed.
the Grand View Hotel at 6 o'clock on river, as that portion of the coast was London, L Dh i.- E~nk, ou tby th
Monday evening and has not beer, seen ceded by the erown of Spain to the asoial deuKxx, ihr L uuIipllio) .1 ullaj
insen. Federal Government. termed InastrrI for, aIrurld th
West Palm Beach will have at least Two "torisLt". who arrived in Jack- church army -. iffl the .1tianil an
three candidates for the Legislatre onville on a alde-door sleeper a few jerrel and ho ter I'rlncrss Iroyal
next year, and Bro. Kendall of The days ago weregiven 0 days In a tur. tbhe PIrlncess I. L d'anrs of Vife
Tropkal Sun has already found a place pentine camp by Judge Shaylor. He eldat( 4augh' .r f(. King Bilwar.J, hwb
to pot the money for the "annoonce- argued that Jacksonville dad not pine performed the remony opening the
tU." fr that variety of winter visitors. Tents w alh '. : pres.-nteld ly the kili
They have"got the habit" of ke.p. The csoe of Joeph Viekery, who was) ad en-ooo b :S$.wuMI from en t*see
Iag elan in Jacksonville during the convicted of killing the negro al e r Ja. Alexan.i ra. '. 'to bhs. and feed
pms summer and Mayor Nolan ,I cobs in Eseambtsr ouety on Mareh 12, Ireat Dunlb. the un,.mp'oy.d whb
boTad to keep op the good work. It ist l4o urn which charge he was fcuod are to o 1" t. wood for this re:lef
good thing and should be kept op by guilty (of tnolghter and given lAouts of "IL le Swelters" an
oevr ity in Florida. long wsentenre. subsequently appealingrL "it( their : ha: rty" rrwd ete tb
The Live Oak ,lemoert of Thursday to the u;rmp ourt. ty wh r- prn us tht a larg c ds r o peae
ss that "one of the largest sales of ial wa ordered m0a sh time a Pa. was b t t a 1d to der of
called in the erimisal court at Penes-. lite '# d tIio, mIMIood to disperst
90tt"a which b hasaken piece to this thoi in
Olto bkih lImewan plthate In y itr ecols Wednesday arid poetpfned uestl th
ed Iwhome t.ime wa trat of ycter- January There is oensdershle o- Torture of a Precher.
day, wheo M. L Burnelt & Company terIet in this ease, both in I'enaarola Th tOr of th. tore of Rev. II
eM to Galaeville and Savannah per-. ad surrounding country. The story of the ortes of R eo. I
tie0 *0 bale. The cotton was of good .; I Moore tr or the Istptt14 ehhreh
qlty sad broouht on an average aShowmn t Pr.e *n KEngland. of Hapeirevil. V Y. will IereO t
oboet 170 per bale. or nearly 19X to for, l.nIA~,u I MatIeratre IVa yU IU e ,s*y "I *realeed agroie.
1 1." 1 wick at the II*, 're(t p ir. ', r r bert r, b nee of a rrsea sioosulh. reaeli.
AsO ding to the ruling of Judge R. fu d e a;- Ie& a' :i'In of thMen rch fron 6 thgr.i, bad 1l pI *t.*I
OW MNalod. county ojdge, the law au:bor:'... rer 'he rt'ra4sito of J,, tiag ep in bod I tH4 mauy ,"m.
psisltl Usheeanehing of mallet om. il* T -' a .kn 'b. Amrerlan edKlh wlhos t r.i.le* lf*- I ook Ir
tes thO 14 of November and the *howmen 'r -Itrow:d Trr.at '.r Ki.e s oL ka I_.W1 41mW l eomp.
rSla dt Deoember will lnot inter 'Ot sIeffl'-r*. v !r ne toLO him twoe. ('ooge aad Oide". wbmeeb *Irifly
wo w bA he fehermen of WLkulla C4 d.(,on I Ar'r s n etroees we, urged my eIouh md aved om from
grander a' n ;r'aE, r:TasP in As e oemptlln % mre d sor for dte
I" sa-&' aI lnn gW. t r4d 4* a. ri"-4rr0 sed Od ItoeIIt o ISh s nId InneW
OD CRIMIrNATI yOLADI. ia. ,t,'R:ant.r'or n 'p a 'a* It AS all dr"tU.lt e a1 01,
't rof Pr trnab .w*or gseratend. Ttal -
ar rree '*e *- rme 4 ra* o srect, Lankcrupry'
have ed 'e 0 towb e aw
==0 of it. .t -t GULF HALlW(IM R M
WIenDa fr ft uers eft tin ti Ste sl at s"" MrE a Wo fL r. fta a I
o a a t .lr.are0tru It qtagested food sd eie l the *s a v LA.
atb s e =0 fNreh anid it arr& ash. mt;sgd Jet below bert. --
*Noat w s a ro p ~ i .-rneste a yee %a is sd mwad 1 henrit1 -
e I athe e m tL pasao. When a tm ea r tsiet rom Paradilem HuPg t Mai leg
bt. Agrbe tm earn toar p5 o i,( a l tway tao HMfwba fee'
. I. T"e aMe "MerC "s boIt-*r f to y*s* T will seo be OM right
tI 4e6 t Ibw ~hS yhaM a s0 a t vea bottle ".d4 ,t I. r. JImo. o

Ustr-- il C --a 3m Ib em gb
.-_W.._ -._ _ _l ME O I sT 0F

4 Csa e-aIt wo s aotu Sr to SroooS Pa~5S
i~~il^.aliSL~ 411111Ct~a~ e^*iZFelSia.l aigaA *li -f-a
^*-----*Ei008" At'. a(-ai ,^ if 640.^^^^ d^^ W M"=-^^ ~g^B^^^

from nim yy oewnepeorivaoe, I f"Justhnrd
in roeortmrnerfilIa your Peruna 9 any
and all twromo suffering with oatarrhaa
thervoIusness or stomach troubles.".
W. J furmnaa.
A',lIrc l itr. Ft. hlartman, Presidont
-;f. #I : @, Il e o n rU aa i tan *i W milu u s,

Nashville R. Re

1I Ill.,Ii
II I ml lKhiano, Nsa illei i, Iinoli k,
ktisix, ti le, LtlmnI ilt-, (htIintl naa I
St. Inold, Chletago ami all polnit
North aundl l 1P In through cars.

0111V 11111. Ale ttiiog through sleotojers
ft Ir m 'oc I I, In i It C hw ,o .
fromi h"''riA to i' Liooi ooo will diniag
oar ver. io'.
H net dit oiiii(st v-rvuo'o'nliit theoutih.
Ttirtmigh ioo tint ip t s ..pe-re ci Cali for.
For information as to rates to all
i lulnto North and West, sohdueles and
till iniformaiituionalltion or writ.
Fla. Piis. A. Lt. L A N. K.. ,
106 Westsa Iyt nt41 Jocbq iirV rIA,

The Florida
Fruit and Truck Grower
J. BRUIN, ITS Itr adprepw'r,
Ou tTear ............ $.
mingfle rpss.s
A handsomely lllusrastld
dayot ed ee ieI a 6 to the 10b6r 61W"
the fruit and vegetable Iowe= 1
Flormd a.
A spelall trial sutbeviptino of gvsi
months will tesoat on reeIpt of 2
*onto, Rtape ab#%



Reveals thv New't witan d 'tt g covering
Studied underlying cuum mof Market

and Indntgriul rep, r? -4.
HaN comlolettm ?taw or FarningM of
Qtwth_,i Metl( .* wi11 mavttiw tSctJks and
pbeaord'.4 t i, lof-' k.i'an d the
yield (n In t.?rhaiera rlitt the price.
ANmwer', wit ho rthiargoo, inqtoirit41 cone
cemnn(Ing(rrrr N~
OuV she .dily oemeal l T' WALL f EKE
ioMAil. .blie rilpraqviad to Ingvel 0~
msthly Mod protesbor &Mto e vaabsat Inm!
sweat.theat eec be 4sw. ad.

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4*111Bread tren*DeeI"Ier.
INu91.IIE%f %KW% t6IS" WifWALL *TRWE.
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Slturiatod Japanea Wanted to Destroy They Are Not so Much t as They
Peace Treaty With Rueela. Are Discarde
Westtle, Wssh., Dec. 1.-The at. "Not so m:any years ago It was quite
tempt to murder the peace delegation comionlyoil aNsrted that modern work-
and destroy the treaty btt wen, Japan men c(,rlld not quarry, or, laying quar.
Sad Rutma, which was drawn up by the redl, could not handle stones as large
plenipotentlaries in Portsmouth and as the mionollthi of Egypt," says a sd-
WpaS wltn aie by officers mouth asen entist, "and the writer has heard a pub.
Wam witnebsed by officers nd i ferlie speaker of note assert that it would
grs on the'Dakota on bhe night of her |,, Impossible to handle, witlAmodern
rival at Yokohama. implements, such large stones as were
Dr. William Lopp, surgeon of the use in the pyramids or to join them
&kOto, in speaking of tue incident, as perfectly as they are joLnedJhere.
aMld: Yet, when occasion arose, larger stones
"The whole thing happened the night than any of these were quarried In
f our arrival at Yokohama. We were Maine, and some of the larger mono-
Iflag In Maslsslppi bay juat outside of llths themselves were transported not
the breakwater. All the torpedo boats only to sea, but across it and erected In,
Sad war vessels which escorted the England, France and America.
peace commission wcre drawn up In a "There are Individuals todV who
long line. The launch containing the might If they chose cause the transport
delegation and the treaty left the war. station to and erection in this country
ship anJ started for the landing. Sud of the largest pyramids or build new
denly one of the torpedo boats, anchor. ones ten times larger and more dur-
d ne e d of the t o at i.able. Pyramids are not being general-
d near the end of the line of battle ly built nowadays because they are not
sbips, slipped her cable and started in line with the trend of modern ambi-
after the launch. They made for ton, that's all.
her at a right angle course. The peoj "It Is very doubtful if a 'Damascus
pie on the launch saw the torpedo blade' would stand half as severe
boat leave the line of crafts and they usage as a modern band saw blade or
kaew what was coming. The launch even as much as the spring of a forty
was slow and the torpedo boat rushed cent clock, while the ornamentation of
on like a comet. Lke a shot from a those wondrous blades, so far as the
cannon she rushed on and In a min- m ihanlcai execution is concerned, can
Ute struck the launch, cutting her com. be excelled by apprentices and ama-
pletely in two and raced on into the t',urs of today."
darkness. We could see the men strug I
gling In the water and clining to the NEWSPAPERS.
pieces of the wreckage of the boats
Striklals Thiswu That Great Men
fte launches from the battleshljp. lHave id As.ot Them.
were at once sent to their rescue and A correspondent requests that we
saved all but one. The treaty also was print some of the striking things great
ved." m. men have said about newspapers-that
WOMAN KEPT SECRET 18 YEAR& ls, saylngs that embody the purpose
Sand doings of the press. With pleas-
Had the Body of Her Dead Daughter ure.
In Her Ho for Many Years. IBryant s id: "The press s I good or
r An H er Home for Many Yearsn evil, according to the character of those
Los Angeles, Cal. Dec .-An g who direct It. It is a mill that grinds
teen year vigil boelde the dead body till that Is put into its hopper. Fill the
pf her daughter ended when Mrs. Uora hopper with poisoned grain, and it will
J. Young dlied at her home in this city. griud It to meal, but there is death in
Neighbors who entered the houas of Ute bread."
the woman aftur her death were horr James Parton said: "The newspaper
led to find a wooden box in the bed I)r .sn is the Ixeople's university. Half
rom with the Inscription "Llori I1, tlh rHtners In Christendoin red little
botompson, died Dlc. 16, IRA7, aged 27 else."
years, 2 months and 12 days". Jefferson i sid: "The basis of our gov-
When the box was opt.ned the cause ernenwlt I elng the opinion of the peo-
f n I'1, tho very first object should be to
Of the midnight vigil In the piat of kep that right. and were It l'ft to me
Strs. Young was explalnned. NeglhlHbrs to delide whether we should have a
of Mrs. Young had often noticed that government wllbout newspapers or
ahe slpnt much of her time at night newnprlrs without a government I
Ia one comnir of toe bedroom, always should not healtste a moment to prefer
apparently kneelling by soine ol)ject' the latter."
but not niitil death c rnie to tho woman ('anrdinal ;Ihbllns malI: "The dread of

did neighbors learn that the, body of
S eau'tiful Ilora Thomplon, who died
SAmhiert. Ma In 1887. was In
kmlo ,el In 'hr Itx whilh the Imolthvr
watched %H1h 't i-A (:ir 'f
S Mras Yotmic.'s m. ,oci.l hIl liani., who'
S dle1 s 'evern al ,':ir :iic ,. i| ii lI,,\a ito
S h ve s', 'el th l r '. lt ,', wh; 1Ni i
knowing 1e ilt r' in

ePccaetre in the icullic press keelm many
a maitsn sti'kle kin lomt to thept ih oi cf nue-
tituele Hvliwo ot herivYite' w'ouiil dstray of
Into1 thleptywacvce(of grnift'' 4hlengo

L&Grippe and Pneumonia.
I'lit-11 11oll il ( if tv 1 fo I Io %T I it K r I p p
lo'it mce'Ccr tfollows thI~e o.(cf Fo'le'y'%
Honeyi,' wcid'Iar ir' t (cltr,-'d lagrii i,-

Par-ties Will Hold Caucus.. 4-11111101 aed prevent is litirumiececawc
'W sI I I I)cgIte'll. Iv-. fX1111 usi o 5 iilptctIon 4. A kfor tFole'y's lieie'y
t.'i t1' fIaIII Icc't\,',,-ec ,1 Jl a 'i'cT r sicd rfupt' any suht,'titic.- (if-
wiilct,tii.e',. cac~tiv'c~~'evo eatofth., ftc.d frvel r. tU. ViichCe, 167 Osgooed
on f c111c11!c 111I. l 1 c-islietj1eii c %! 1, Ar steet, liet'tci wriCi ''" y wife had
Fac t~ i~ t,.i' ,,1'ciil'' iiC~ hi a s. ye' ye allip ?latIgra pp. Ithree' yearit
ki- E'dtEcpC'%%Y,'h it I I ~I. 1') t''1-41jijj1), u'moosid, it left tier with sa terriblet
li It 1+ -Yi '),'^'heii c .adb '. ti tri ec a bottle o f(it FolC '
Iloii ci %11,1 T ar andijet gave immetadcato
C..C.~~ r I?1
inR to *I-7 a'c 'iendStat ehille' rIcfA 'a.pi oteerdhrcui

11w~e lhl. o\ I (~ c h ll 'i. the' \lt flea c1 1 ('.iccecac.

S4' c C t' v ic it It a trat. B..kt
I ii C s a k i t h e Ii' til eticceC
the v.' I Sv le'ini:t icicw e C 'Ite k' al' to't l' cjh~l.

1ion rA:CAnN :%. ct C 5,I c tp *i'i
dY d IlWr
Doctors Cniarc, Nut Helli Her.

%IP V I tm -ic. t c'. i .'s .
totl, WSI A 1id t
a n d te h e v I4irv h p li I% 'C.. IC nli ')t e icr,
and I un I% '' it, d -.,: I ,, ,I i t 1'.
wue'h fir d r

Ora %:I! -v i LOlie P- Ito

I ft clgneeCr B'Jri,'ed for 'h v.pr

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i'-1 qeit-ic. t vtaekt'n rotit the workss cof
Thlit i'tne' It iinuke% a iiaik e'. se'ttithl.'
1'c11 %horl .,.i it wa% vo eniepce-od Ini.
en e- er t. v i cu I.rkideti 1wrotuiw. wt

ULO I: IWe. M eA -ife' of Oirs-C int.' dae
mcoiit.1% t'( llii.-. 'rncstt lipue'r. 'There IM
cit cc rll ife'., )'cite. \;'csewlay Iby Mwtthat

atcl o'ftt-it C.r % aicitI I

'etc n% lte .' 'uratciiae' l.."'t -4.1 uot
:t : agtic' fir $.eus 'ri-, hick i 5a
o f .tinA Ct

& PIags. .6 iter~ca~tlr..
c if the oftegu. afccterpi,'ehrs that
.it- rai lthe' Sc'ttilh io u1I.Uc" c1,1 IA1 I
I%,. c rdi 1U.11i hi s tile xhii 'eI % .I% rai.gw'
P'.ta' aip. ~,"The ctt.is" -.r, trl ed
!nt s~ tr'aight aheo's' .1114IliOwe".
ca U..q was that tica tw *c1)4. uu %
tcIrA abe'ep cirba.' whk- arr u i-t

r~ 1:4! vtinc eie' % kip at te-topw~. ttwit
i '.x~t theu ticuc Inuc uth umce t"
C( .t du~ ile-er ui.'el tai' datintea rccl ttiin
' tiet'r .id 1 t it'. I1r l*.t h e t woti taL'u
'ct it to !%rrvw honda.'

The Reciusito of Beautv


Under and by virtue of a decree it.
sning ont of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judleial Circuit of Florida, to
sod for Alaehaeoonty.lu ehaneery, in
a cause pending therein wherein John
A. Oalboun was eomplaioant and J. M.
Shipman and Clarence Y. Shipman,
oo-partaen and trading wander the Hrm
name of J. M. Shipman & Son, et al,
were defendants, by the Honorable J.
T. Wills, Jodg* of said court, dated
the 10th day of Ostober, A. D. 1906,
wherein It wa ordered and decreed
that certain mortgaged property, tp.
wit. the following described property
situate, lying and being in the county
of Alpebop, State of Florida, and par.
ticularly dleerbed as follows towit:
One dutire *awmill plant complete, In.
elodlng macbinery, boilers, enlines.
saws, blacksmith'a tools, machinery
tools. and all other property and ap-
nortenances thereonto attached and
belonging to the said sawmill now lo.
eased 6 the Seaboard Air Line Rail.
way about three miles south of Archer
In county of Alaehua, Florida, and all
the right, title and interest of the said
J. M. Shipman and Clarence Y. Ship.
man, co-partners trading under the
firm name of J. M. Shipman & Son, in
and to the land upon which said saw-
mill plant ls loosed. together with the
buildings, improvements and all and
langular the tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belong.
ing and appertalonin, be advertised
and sold tosatisfy aud pay a certain
sum of money therein specified, and
whereas, I, W. E. Baker, was appoint-
ed Special Master to execute sala de*
cree as the time and place and -in the
nmannerpreicribeB by law, now, there-
fore. notice is hereby given that I, W
E. Bake Special Mastert s aforesaid,
in pursuanee of the said decree. on the
4th day of December, A. D. 1906, the
same being legal sales day, between
the legal hours of pale, will offer for
sale and will sell at the mill site of J.
M. Shipman & Son located on the Bea.
board Air Line Railway about three
miles sonth of Archer in Alachua
county, Florida, the above described
property and' every part and parcel
thyreo to the highest and best bidder
I;erefor for cash, and will make, ex-
ecute and deliver to the purchaser
suitable conveyance for the same.
Sreclal Mater in Chancery.
W. W. HAMPTON, Sol'r. for Compl't.

Miss Tebeau's

Boarding and

Day School
No. s.) West Maln St., S..
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September I th, 1905
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E. A. WEIL & CO., :.z

Of All Ue I crItlam.

!ole Agent* for MtNARCH atJ ?%OVEKR.
EtI NN ALITY bon EKverv
pair warrated.
SI MYamr .- IAfst

44 VV ).E the pop".

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Effective May 28, 190S.

2 Vestlbale Trains Eut No. 84 *e. O0 North uad West. No.

Lv Jacksonvill.. .So. Ky
Lv Jeep ........So. Ky
Lv tviannah......do. Ky
Ar olumbia......So. Ry
Ar Charlotte .....So. Ry
Ar Greensboro....So. Ry
Ar Danville....... So. Ry
Ar Richmond..... Sn. Ry
Ar Lyoehb l S.... o. Hy
Ar Oharlotteeville So. Ry
Ar Washington.... So Ry
Ar Baltimore ....P. R. R.
Ar W. Ph'del'i P. R.R
Ar New York....P. R. R.

9 10a
11 40a
1 20p
10 26p
1 13s
6 M8a
4 84a
9 50a
11 80a
1 46p
4 18p

7 56p
10 40p
12 15s
8 00O
9 bs
12 51p
2 10p
68 42p
4 20p
6 10pI

9 60p
11 25p
2 oa
6 B0o

No. 84-"New York and Florida Ex-
ress." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
leaping Car Port Tampa and Jaeason-
ville to New York.
No. 80-"Washington and Florida
Limited." Daily Pcllman Drawing
Room Sleeping Car Jacksonville to
New York.

Through "The Land of the Sky" Ne. 80

Lv Jacksonville, Fla. .. So. Ry
Lv Savannah, Ga ..... So. Ry
Ar Columbia,. .... C .. So. Ry
Ar Asheville, N. C...... Ry
Ar Hot Springs, N. C... So. Ry
Ar Koxville, Ten .... So. Ky
Ar Louisville ......... So. Ky
Ar St. Louis ......... .So Ry
Ar Cincinnati .... .Q & C.

7 65p
12 15a
1 50p
2 37p
6 00p
8 60a
4 56p
8 15a

No. 0- Daily Pullman Drawing
Room and Buffet Sleeping Car between
Jacksonville and Cincinnati.

Excellent Dinlag Car Service.

Lv Jacksonville, Fla ... .o. By. 74 p
Lv Jesup, G ...........So. y. 10 Op
Ar Moon, ta ..........So. By. 800I
Ar Atlant,Ga ...... ....bo. y. 530
Ar Rome, Ga............So. By. 7 0N
Ar Dalton, Ga..........o. Ry. 5 M ,
Ar Ohattanooga, Tenn..80. Ry. 9 41 R"
Ar Lexington, Ky.... .Q. 50
Ar Cinoinnnti, O.......Q & 0. 7
Lv Cineinnati, o...... Big Four .8
Ar Chicago. Ill ........ Big Four 7
Lv Cincinati, 0......Pa Lines 89
Ar Chicago. Ill.......Pa Line 7 1

Lv Oincinnati,O C. H. 1).D 84i
Ar Chicago. Ill ..........Mgnon 7 2
Lv cinuat, O.....C. H. & D. 94
Ar Toledo, 0...... & D. 530&
Ar Detroit, Mich........P.M. 7 3
Lv Cincinnati, O.......Pa Lie 80p
Ar Pittsburg, Pa......Pa Lines 56M
Lv Cincinnati, 0 .....Big Four 80p
Ar Cleveland, .... Big Four 45
Lv Lexington, Ky.. ....o. Ry. 5 80p
Ar Louisville, Ky .... So. Ry. 810p
Ar St. Louis. Mo So. Ry. 7 UM
Ar Anniston, Al ....So.ky. 91%O
Ar Birmingham, Ala... Bo. Ry, 11 4U
Ar Memphil Tenn ..... Frhwo 80bp
Ar Kansas City, Mo Frisco 9 40
Memphis, Tenn .............. 880p
Hot Springs, Ark ............... 90

No. 18-"The Florida Limited."
Daily. Solid vestibule train, through-
day coaches and Pullman Sleeping
Cars, Jacksonville to Cincinnati.
No. 19-Pullman Drawing Room
Sleeping Oar between Jacksonville,
Birmingham, Memphis, Kansas City
and Colorado Springs.

From New Yorl, Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim.
ited." 9i00 a. m
From New York, Wafhington, etc.-No. 33, "Washington and Florida Ex.
press," 8:2) p. m.
From Cincinnati, Asherille,etc.-No. 29. "Washington and Florida Lim-
ited," 9:00 a. m.
From (hicrgo, Cincinnati. Atlants. etc -No 14. "Fla. Limited."9:3 a. m.
J. ('. LUSK, Distrlet Patenger Agent, 10 W. Hay St., Jacks.nvUile Fla.
4,. H HARiDnwK, P. T M W H. TAYLOK .. P. A. BROOKS MonoAN. A.G. P.A.

Florida fast Coast R h.

Local Time Card No. 62.


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ery thing n Seas, a Cooket n,.>r HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
aII 1 I L's sA flb;M.tbALk %*

In Mbd Chas it ttint rtiu hIl V O te o b'auc k# a I) o m i
rUSi~,k I h u t" 10 c N-4 a 'I, I Orkn o)~rD I %llkl ltr
bc' ro l*vlrti I 0 t-)r i'.m leas f (ba sato I atw e IC M 55. 5 t1 I
be malkaher, when, ift 16Y eriu A ,t, 'C Pkvm. as 64m"Galmlar.sthe layq'r T T A.U .
aw1 od$ fel ed kee" ar tboir b o idf tw" Lt. s theyes o LomfmAT ST& A
usgelar witis Pr Kiaer$ ow Life 1'.1. it'nclttllawd else T e"eists109ssr'l
do* troubee wowsall pM s away fri eso4i s Inh&.fti
ff sing OAW ow is" ow be livr a" 1 ft"
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Gainesville Circulating

Only the latest PoeI lar Flrtloa.

per week; allowtm three changes dur-
tLa the week. looks must aot be kept
out uoer one week witbout renewtg.


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abltation of It Is Made of
Id mikes the be.t jIuit:itou
shell," say-t a im.itl it'tu: tir.
I' the retluisite liharl;i:w, :mii !,.-
A"d approximaltes s N ) cI'y t. ,Io
sell that, althllu:ih I hia, h. i
both products in.;'y ya.ir-.' I i;,.
dtll Sys tell one f ,'iil ;1uIl,;ae'l .Ir I
Of course, I c lan( t !
lIng a close inslla;'tioin. Thi ani..
A dlstlnguish shell fr.!ii ,o11;,I,: i v
the appearance (. 11a ,i.y ,i ,,:', I ', i
Sby years of exlpe'rill :n .ttiiin, ;i
S "The principal way in }hiici i.
told I revealed is ill iti .;ri.,ltI. I. ; i
S t the Influence (f U htiH. lili a I
uhlold comlb in your hli nil :111, thr' o .in
of the body will ianu-, fli t.'vith. a ':1
S a few moment. t, t. -'i\ : tlr:! .Itr :.
there is not the ehl:itiiitvy as ; li:;i;
ba&c that you 31 l|l itnl<,.r\.. i' r;:>l
shelL Tortoise shill vwil nt Ilin o iln i
lms subjectedl to ihelt :it tie I,1,ilil.
point There is. uf 0ir,',. ; a rr,':tt lif-
ftrem ce In the. ac llh.:l.l alt.1lai'.,la .l
manufacturing comlis, andol soiia off ll,,
combl that nre put ,iit niider tilat
name are not 'entitled ti thl,' il'viiLin:
tUO. Even whenli the' 'tlliil,)it l i of I ow
hllhest gttide it tlchn -litil l ,11 s1 ;is,,n.
ed froom three to, tw\vl\ Iiiiithatlis In r
der that there' iniy ii, cl;itiL'r uf t
shrink lng."-.I'\ wt.-rs' c ruiil.ir.

The Girl Flrh anti the Stinto %hrln,
at ('houh(.
Most Shinto ) lirrin, s izr .1"i: i h.\liive a
story. H ter is< l wl tt Il "f 'the'
leading shrine i f t 'Ih, h ii .\ tr;ia'ltr
Was entertained it'l l ie the -itf :1 ril I
man. A idaln litr if th,' liist ,'; l t,
love with l til tr.alx lh r wliai dhil il :
care for her I'.use: i h lit .was 1':t .
Being underir he could not linoire the' girl's Iov\ .'i
be told hilr that ho' iiiaeiit toi drnwn
himself the next atl.y. Slit li'llhhil t,
do the saiinie ainl dial It. 'T'h traiivel'r
gave up theI lla;i If hlie evr lhad it.
One of the g~ls Nlchitig-il their girl inuto
a flab, and to this day thi theiernitrii etof
the town often set' that particularr tish
In the waters litar tlihlr shares,. ,iiln'-
timen she is aught in the nits. hut sheik
lo always reverently retunitrl to the
af. A shrine was r'reCttl the I ill
above the town and dthli'att4l to the
memory of the girl tish.
Before starting out to se:i the ftiher-
men go to this shrine to pray for good
luck, and In their abslenoe tie fanillles
continue to Invoke the favor of the god.
A storm at sea or almence of good luck
means that the flBh god has been of-
fended and must be anlpwatefl by npe-
clal offerings..--'hlcago News.

The Dsemeere B between Tfhm and
Trousers sad WlateitCta.
Why do the trade journals Ignore the
word "pants," and what in the differ-
Dee between "trowsM'r" and "trou-
men" and between "vest" and "walst-
coat?" asks a corrimpondent of the
Clothier anti Furnihlier.
"Pants" ti an nalrovlatlon of "pan-
talooas." a word flintd l ulpoln us ly
the French, though Ijmnibly derivedl
flrw the Italian "pnntaleoti." ul~hih,
according to the poet IByron, ban an ill
defied connection with the lion of Mt.
Mart', in IVeoce. "Trowser" hi itold
Iilshb modernied Into "troue-rs."
which the proper *pelllng. "Veat"
is as abbreviation of "vestnri'nt." An-
Other poet. Oliver Wendell IIlnlnie.
traces It to londonerl In his llue whli-h
The dazlrrnii walit-nat. called by ca,' k-
arsy "'vt."
Geteel Usage declared "penta" to ie
tvlgal though It and "popntaloonis" and
"*rst" have their dlace In trade and so
rlcvtereoalgnitlon. We enli the nlnlter
with amotber qouottlon from IIolhnie
Thi thll named "pants" In r.rtain docu-
A wra nt m ad for gentlearn. but

Whae l ean drllrTl
boate hwy In an Engliab u-bool were
* asked tbe other day to define "editor "
Here are -,ti ,if thtwir deflltttoos "An
editor is a luau whot band words "
"A- editor lulake lila llving oot of the

Uatlmb ah IIarm'ag-As Aa OditOr Is ome,-
baod who, -% pot do anything him-
W. land % lfin earmbedy Plo p 4a
9000Afnd telle astb' people c aU bout
It-" A- nllhite is a man wo hbas Me
Mduatry #fastalw-aver. the laintluc c4a o
arna Swell 1;. pewgurv of an &OI-

Ateraplive to tieRPIMe. Methineiab
b" .e .0- I litel Ived 7dv yea
MA litsI h Nn ab was No Years~

Was Wq.ftIaew!.Iba drumued? -Ne

~wem.." I tor su atri m the)
t I e r.A.*-" bafte aIf
H .- 14" I Tbat. as aVmnE
OWL Ft- SeL ru-4m-~Yr

Omw th's wby ire samw 3ws
*. -~r~ Ihaeb P'sc L~m r i n.
dmpfe tab, is a ru'

ft waftsi. e
O R loom 41"1


f T W\aM IT 11' v CY o\ Nt
Nuti ,t i* hertay RI iotui hntt on Ihe 3rd
iR !V ,f January, \. I l ;i **., lpplica-
Si' wi'l ,he made to 1i t1A ic'llncy
N 11 |rlwarrd, (iove'rn.ir .,f the State
raoriila, for Letters I ,a' lit for thea
Srlaii ztia iil ntI a corporal i ii known as
I' Cr-,e-nt MIiani eturtartia ('Cmnipani) ,
,h if irinel pal offii'eP it IAIt, tille,
1 \.'l'. 'oijita y, Wl.,ri.ii \\'e suh
',iit I t r-with the prno,.i-d t'hmrter or
th imail c'nrporatiin
rhis tir-t day nf Plcei, .' r, .\. I)
S,5. T, .1 (' C
.I l I, M 1 I,,
\1 \V H ,. r ,
r >t F 11 :. ;.s ,
T W -,,tt:
A \,r,,'\i-: \'\ ',

I'l% )'S IS-:II CHA nI1TER .i > THIE
CRl;ChkNT MAN" FAt' It l N(;
1 ht' l,, rtie's whi.e inr irn' are ig.ied(l
i'hrt-tto huve antd do herety foril and
Sr.zanitz theiintelvres iito a( c'Li)riora-
tin I. tiider aid puratir t t ithe lawl aof
talt S'ae etf Florida b r d ltt i n lint the'i
Art ik'hls of Ineorporation :
A.\l : l I.E lhe narliP nf t hn i corpor-
Htlain hftll be THit Cki:t E Lr M Ni' t'-
Tt K: \,, CiII'r.\N. 'Thel rincnipal office
i( a .i 'l t rli.ir-tion shall be at (;ailes,
lh., iu Alacthuoa Countyi llorida l'his
corporate on ,hall have the right to Pet.
t, rli: h ,'th pr plsacei of busi ines within
the State, where, it may seetire prioper-
t5. o)r alaire to) t' lew t 'lu blsitiite i.
\i:i :: I F lI-The nature' of thte buiPi-
nii 1' h'r e raniaetted by this corpora-
iiitn shall be to buy, hoid and rell real
-at. t and lap'ronlal property ; to buy
and ,ell timber and timhered lands and
iiro a:e ti)rol ; to nianiufaictre, deal in
oii .il 11 nav nil sores. lumber ia d Il ia.
her suippliei', antd to deal generally in
naval stores, aid to conduct I minrcan-
th;.i j inie S iin connection therewith ;
anl heiin neletpary for the' iiriosel of
thi- clroration, it nmay build, equip
asd I leerate railroad. mayl dig ca-
iti. may equip aid opeilrate steam-
'ho'tp aid other lmeaii of transporta-
A.\lrTIl.E Ill-The Ci e ital stack of
thia 'trporation hall tie Fifty Thour-
and liollars (l60.0o 0 00)(, to be divided
into Five Hundred shares, of the par
value of One Hitndred lDollars
($100.00) per share. One hundred and
ifty share shall be issued at once to
the incorporators, upon the payment
by them of th ipar value thereof as
subscribed. TWle balance nf said itor
shall be held as Treasury Stock, and
may be hereafter issued aI may bei pro-
vided by the by-law of thi corporation
and by authority of the stockholders
of ris corporation, but no stock shall
be sold for hie than par.
ARTICLs IV-This corporation may
continue for the period of fifty years.
ARlTcLI V-The bus ilhes of this
corporation shall be conducted by a
President. Vice.President, Sereetary
and Treasurer, and a Board of Direc.
tore consiptinR of seven members, a
majority of whom shall constitute a
quorum. Said officers shall be chosen
from the stockholders of said corpor.
tion, annually, on the rtris Hatorday
of January of each and every year,
and the said Board of ireotorn may
appoint any other officers, agents )r
employeL, or authorae the President
or Vice- Psident to doso. Until the
election and qualification of other of-
fleers the following shall be the offllere
of this corporation: T. W. Shands,
President; W. W. Hampton, Vice.
l'resdent ; L J Clyait, Secretary and
Treasurer; and T. W Shands. W. W.
Hampton. L. J. Clyeat. Antoine Paul.
B F Hampton. J. H. McDonald and L
H. McDonald. iirreetorl.
Alti'.- VI-This corporation may
incur anid contract for indebtedne s to
the x tenCt of Fifty Thousand Pollar

A1itTf It Vll-The namr e and re(.
dence. ef the stockholders of said cor-
paorat(in are as follows:
T. W Hhands. (taineeville. F'la., 3
shares. $3 i10 t<)
J B Mellonald, (ainerTvile, Fla.,
.i shares, 3.(t iot
I. II Mlelona'dl. ei share ;t ( I f0 t i
\t W i lamleton (iaineTil!a. Fla ,
I5 *.h res. S;. f B F llirt.pt ra. I ainev !', I la 16
I. J ('li lt (ian:ee aie : I I a 1

noiOinie soaulo (iln'Ti!r;* I .a 1t
shares. !1 .& ,
S'T Ta "T ,, i" l" .i
Alaehuc county
On this let day df Ile 'ami-r A I
lt6, pernona ly s aPelsrd twf.r ri I
W HhindS _W W. lalmptaii J B
Mclkinald 'I V. HIsacpt-. and I. J

Cyt.eacheaf whaom beifgticet)me well
knows, n.d s ckiwee te ib the jersous
aesritbd in. and whota stibeeribed their
sams to to the iorgoang .rt Arive ne I .
eorwroto and erverally spa'hul.
edged the du eacutiou cf t11 evrso
fur the ses and porpoe.e thereia set
forth aid el'a(ntsed
T W U?*
SIa. Me V-. a
Wt W
It F Ifavr'i',i
1. J CLiT4 Y
Takes. amd atkn.iwidied blefoe m*
us this 14 day 1A ImwWtmer A41)
I KA %' 3 L'a*'%
NOWer? PaM1. 14 IS of l At F my
eomme~rb~ eljree Imutob~r
ISO. l90

Cal Dectsoc Per ISae
We bow* a qte f so"e o f A e
Done 'OUy [huvset ryfot rsole t TU h
am 0". I a is aWAY refMIO
kink see biNO&ee eAse10pesinew
Maedi velshea eme oft ruerde
wit a~ m inhamer. Pnev. IL 4


DR. PtV ERE B. ?dVi:P I.


OftPe over Mirous Endell i' rtr.

And Solicitor in Il;uity
Real Estate, Cooveauinuilg and Gen
eral Practice, All bu- ii-n -i ,proniptll
attended to. OtRfoe eixt ltooir to Suin
office. .AINkL \ i! I Ft K otoIA



Fi oinlo.v

Can sell your city Irolperty, (Im.
proved and unimproved), lihosphale,
trucking and farming lands. Bend him
a list of what you offer for sale. 2142mr,



GAINESVILLE, Alachitua Co.. FL'.
Oittce in Ende! Mllock.



Over Dutton& Co's Bank. Uan



iasel e

Omee In MlUer Lao w lr:oe r.ge

JOHN MKNZl', I'roivritor.
SIMi W. Bar t.. Jak'isurouTtl. ra.
Faust r beerbottle and d maght. Don't
fall to eall on me when in Jacksonville
-- -- ---I --

Alachua eooaty is ii,400 acres in
area. hasu 8 nmles railroad, 600
miles wagon road, 66 postofBfi .,
123 poblie sehotol, 27 phosphate
plant, 20 saw mills, $7,(000 court
hose, Ive newspapers, and pro.
dooe eorn. cotton, riee. suglr.
oat1, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or.
aglea. peach,., pears, plume, p.-
eare, and all Ikids of velelable.

Gainesille. the Counoy Seat.1
Has fourteen -hurehee, two poblkl
sbools, the Utilverrlt of Florida.
private schools, three aewsppepre
United 8tates land oflee, the beat
water, fre alarm system, electric
and la ligh, two lee fmtorle.
maelC Iekop, three wool facto.
ries, ootoIn l.. two oass fs etoriea,
three railroads, two fertllsl r ma*.
iifalctrla compaule, ooe ober
manufaltory, 08* reellfyll tar
pen te plant two bhaks, and well
tokeLd stores embraelBgl ever.
thing i the onmseritIa line



Makes A Speciajty f All Kinds
of Plain aond Jaey


Job Printing
... Fo r..

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
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The followina ;-!g .r f ein as*t4oftear
awl order east~ruff eieelf-eagiess.
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Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern



delphia New York,

'Two El'lgint Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only lint' Opi'riti.ll"'

Diily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonvi::; to New Orleans

For full information ai.dl leeper rep ev'rrt oli'n i tn i a ani ay 'get Seaboard 0o
write A. 0. MAtl, l LI., l' it(oYE L. OlN JR.,
Aset. (enterl 'Passenger Agent, i'a ',naKer Agent,



Jacksonv1lle land New York,
Calling at CHlARLE 1'TON, 8. C., buLh %ways.
TheL ru t St lteuiLps n the C0rltwler 8Ibrwl

The Clyde New England and Southern L ies
Direct Berviep Between JACKNONVILLE. BOHTON and
PROVIIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound ... ...... ............ Fom Lewis' Wharf, BMisto
Northbcbad .......... .. .... From Poot of Catherine 1s.. Jaeboonvllle

Clvde St. Johns River Line
feotween JALKINVILLK I rand MANPFOrn
Stopping at Palata. lAstor, Mt Iranei, Bereaford (I)l.and), and latermedklse
Landings on 8t. Johns River; cormmening Weduesday, Novmtber 15, 1806,

Are appointed to mall as follow : Lreav Jackouville, daily eIeeps ealr*
days, at 8:0p) m. Returning, leave -Sa ifi rd dally erlepl Hiiudays. a.iit L m.

Leave :0 pm...
l.00 ..
ArrIve8:;alm .. ..,
10.:00 am .

(I' II ); IU UI. I,
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st. Franels.
Bereford (DILnd) .
. ... ianford .....

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S100 pm
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generall Moanaer. (Ieneral AgemM
(c IS 0l0fil. II * a owl Now ry-

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


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Nob,"Eu ,tIj' .al, ...Sot l M( i'Joe,

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Depart Ioe
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so* e mtebthers fteMM wo we M MAk e y te pthntpe .sh.
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latter, of Generl Interet GOth.
*ivd by Our Reporters.

What as Mappened and What is Going
t Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
4V That "He Who Runs May Read"
$t b The Sun.
Bet enffee at Maon Bros'.
S Ladies'eallling ards in latest styles
t lon offle.
Uh. 1 eakerel, rft and willtf, at Dor-
Frolt eaket for immediate or future

PFork li, pork a gea ud Farnd k.
tort saafe, at Uorse'*
Ladle, we have the lat lile of fas-
oinators in the oily. J.'Maonae.
If you want to avoid paeumooia get
a lady's floe warm eloak at J. Manse
Oar hams aid breakfast bame are the
flest I. the city. W. Dorsey A Co.,
'phone 1.
Miss Leila Cato, one of Alaehusa'
popular young ladies, wa shopping in
the city yesterday.
W. J Hodge, the marketman of
Alachus, was a business visitor to
OGaneville yesterday.
Little Miss Jesle Chesnut has gone
to Alaehna, where she is visiting her
cousin, Miss COtherine Halle.
For Rent-Two furnisbtd flat, one
nf four room and one of three rooms.
Mrs. Foster, 400 West Main street.

delivery. Keystone Bakery. The weather makes warm cloaks and
J. B. Padgett has returned from a Jakets desirable, and you will fnd the
bullanes trip to Booth Florida. latest styles and lowest pries at J.
Mrn. A. H. Leonard has returned Manasse's.
rom a pleasant visit to relatives In lake Hodges has accepted a positlcn
Tampa. as salesman with Joseph Manase,. the
TItery brad Jams. seie-red rm clothier and furolsher, and entered
apaetal prl eof 10 rttU, at De 'ey'n upon his duties yesterday.
'*bph 1A. New No. 7 Fay-Sholes typewriter for
The gennine Oravanette ralb ooats sale. Long earriage-just the ma-
tor ladieo are what you can find at chile for larw dOfc. Cash or install-
J. Manase'. mnlit. Call at Sunobfle.
$. Wrden nt Alalka was among the Deputy Sherifl O)o. W. Livingston
visitor to this caly yesterday, having of Newberry has retorbed to his du.
come on business, ties at the eireuit oourt, after spend.
Deputy Sheriff J. ,ee Stokes of Ml. ng Thanksgiving with his family.
nopy was amons the yelstors to th C Captain J. A. Bryan of Tampa. one
county eapltal yesterday. of the most progreseve belaness men
OGorge Kitler; well known etion that thriving city, is I Gaine.
of Orange Heights, was inrakelting voi, a l est of B. H. OLas of the
Cahle ~ompany.
business in this ety yesterday. Chl opn
For Ient-.ight-room house near Mr M. rik H
square; hot and cold water both and was in the eity: yteaa.fl. iSe we
toilet l house. Marous Eadel. n route home from Palathk, where
slhe has boee (m a pleasant visit to her
Furnished room to rent on blook ad. mnutier, Mrs. T. J. Longmas.
joining square. entleman tenant
parred Apply at Sun ofteo. l.et-Strayed or stolen from my
r o place near Areher on November lth,
Tpentinel for at thi one Jersey sow, eolor fawn with some
flee, ae per dosen., 6 per hundred. white about head. Answers to name
Cash must acpr,,nany order dawtf Nellie Suitable reward to anyone rlv.
The *easihle man willFby an over- inn information enabling me to find
coat and keep warm, when he eca o et her. W. E. Brown.
sooh barpains as are offered ly J. Ma* -- -- ---
,. tH nimith of Tioa.,mainaer of the READ THIS.
naval stores department ofit the t'~am- MUoile. A&l rak Ir 1I

mer Lumwbr ('Coa1nl1y was trialisac. )r EK V. Hall. St. oeule. Mo.-Dlar
ila business in thiseilt yesterday Sir: uorlag the poat year we have
ales of Blue lihtkn lemon snd va- .old over tweatyfoea doeea "Hall'e
ailla extracts were t e largest in our ureat Deeovery"' for hide4y asd bled*
tboi.eelQ t.it in ine faith other der trouble a during tha time have
houeekleeers--you will et dt~l'htitd reived o -pLnlat.*
with the lUr hblWa Flaror Yoer oel etflly.
The F.arnPt Worken had a few O. Van ArwaaBr & ,s!.
*hokle ('Car KVy opltcrs lIft over -
term their 'tertairm'ent last inght.I A TEXAS W IODER.
whbh they wcil *sl! at I st this mortn. Ose small tboU e of the Texas Wos
lagaet o'-le Call at i opera ;d. HalH's Qteat DIssoery0, 1rm al U
OUe. sdzlny and bladder ro lea. re es
Among it.r trjrnmiunt vsors, to gravel. Saea tMhketns. eemiaal eai 0
tia elty ye*slrrdy wasr lio. FM S. sions.week and lose beeh. kma
alOata of Taoia. who eaoe oi ni- m. aa ad all (IIn- lalitl the kM*
portbat booeteaM Mr. Simaotomo t nea e and Yble ter a ih m sad
eotohbeMer ad olmr rW the t; iu ee. womea, r g latei yb -a r steMMes
rill ed 0el0 1Walewy Company childrena. UIft a rs by r de4I ,
Hon Heory S. Chubb, re.b"rrr of .
the l'ited Sates land -<*. has a re- i.s 1, lb ma SiNea
tredl fe- e mbe*4 oeal ban -
pleaor trip platwi fa Booth Fyw.- 0grPO w 1 M X l
Ms. He apse|s takueti PUe u e.. d i O tlM- a. M-- -,W.
aL with kis IMiap a WItw Park MeOolem e. &


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Write No!

Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis-
cuit home-made. They will be fresher,
'cleaner, more tasty and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder helps the houe
wie to produce at home, quickly and eco
nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raisedd
hot-biscuit, puddings, the froted layer-
cake, crp cookies, crullers, crusts and
muffins, with which the ready-made food
found at the bake-shop or grocery does
not compare.
Royalis the greatest of bake-day helps.


Oorl km ,eeoeat for men and
boys i telmp-. 7.J Mamae.
B. 8. 1 b.AM s of W4lston spen
yesterday la t(hi eity, guest
fri,. de. \
Fresh fmrft ad vegetable ean be
had as bar store when there is any to
be had at all. Maon Bros.
Try eaeo ear Wetr, tritoere.lose
steaks. Tey mlt la year moth. W.
S. bsy CoMpany, 'plhme 16.
Ex4uutee1 J. A. Tucker of Roehell,
and H. N,. Mora of COmpville wre
amdgS the' victor, to ~he county eap.
its! geto/ry.
Henry rtet has gone to Dothan
sod Abb* ille, Al uad Fort Galnea,
G where he expeets to spend the
next few weeks on businen.
Dr. WrJ of Folkston, Ga, has
bee n As the.iy for the pat two dayp.
Dr. W right t very much Impreeed
with the city, and is proepetiang with
a view of loeatiln. He my establish
* drui store about January 1.
l. B. Oliver as rented the Clark
e, North Pleasant street, and
ti to occupy the same with his
mtalyIn a short time. Mr. Oliver
has been residing In the Endel hose,
Boith Unlveraity street, sine, the re-
moval of hie family here from DeLaod
Mr. apd Mrs. L. J. Knight, formerly
of this ity bor now residininn Osala
are toeJolelng over a ThsnksgliviDg lift
i.nmie form of a boouniog baby boy.
IF'todi in this seeotion will extend eon-
gt6olations, and, in the words of old
Rip Van Winkle. "May he live long
and prosper."
Mrs. J. N. Strobhar and her aceom-
plished daughter, Miss Mary, have ar.
rive4 ln the eity, the former from Mon.
goal, the latter from Birmingham,
Ala., where she has been for the part
few weeks on a visit to relatives. Their
numerous friends here are delighted to
welcome them again.
We are in a position to furnish first-
olass bean, eake and lettuce hampers,
also cabbage and canatlouey rates
promptly at reasonable prices, and
guarantee prompt shipment on all
contracts. Ship on either A.. L. or
S. A. L. railroads. Williston Mano-
faletriug Co, Williston. Fla. dawtf.
Friends of Arthur B. Chisty, whohau
been quite siok for the past few days
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. 0. Ohitty, Mwianopy, will be
gratified to learn that his condition is
improved. Altboulh yet quite ill, the
physicians express te belief that he is,
oat of danger, and the probability is
he will have recovered in a few days.


ware, PRatedw.re.

Holiday Novelties.

Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mail Orders Receive Prontpt
and Careful attention.

Greenleaf & Crosby Co,-

41 West Bay St.

Jacksonville, Fla.

SIs your name on our mailing list?
-1 IIn I


(First corner South of P. O.)
Famos Continetal Cdar Key Oysters. Drip 'Cofee. W
vie Unexcelted. Opes Early ad Late.

Attorney J. M. ivers has returned
from a brief professional visit to Oeala.
Rev. W. 0. Foster of Alaehua was
among the visitors to this city yester-
Your Christmas fruit eakes baked ev.
ery Saturday. Price s2 cents a oake.
Phone Keystone Bakery. 6t
The eold wave kh no feet on the
flee line of all kinds of good things for
Sooday dinnerat Maon Brothers' gro-
Tax Iswesor W. W. Coleon returned
yesterday from a brief visit to the
Stete Fair, which he describes as
gi reat.,
Phillip Miller of Jacksonville is
spendie a few days with his family
here. Mr. Miller state that Jackson.
Tille is lively at this saeoWL.
Rev. Mr. Patton and family, coln-
priling wife ad lve ohiidren. to-
gether with taltly servana opect to
arrive in thile eity from their home i
Virginia within the next few days. and
will spend the winter here/It is on.
dersted that Mr. Patton has eanred
quarters at the Brows Hooe Annex.
East Main street. N.

estera Neats.




NEW 000DS....

W See our saples.
Perosal attsouon to al mat en
this lie Ma U and ilerlrah
promptly tt4eded to.
OainesvIlle, Flrda.


Alachua Pool Parlors,
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