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 3, 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: VID01041
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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I .: Nort', rn Telerajph com

IN CZAR'S EMPIRE p.tc in T'.::.lant are still work in LIST IN STORM

Telegraph .Tie .up Practically They expect Great Britain to Take the ThsH Number of Vessels That

Comph.te in Russia.


"he Government Ia Facing a Serious
Cruisi thoritles Are at a Loss tc
Know What To Do-Another Gener
al Strike Likely.

St. Petersburg, Dec. 1.-2:20 p. m.-
'fe crisis continues. Tih. telegraph;
ti-up throughout Russia is practical
ty complete and the government dov-
.t tbow what is hap ening in the in
trior of the empire. Emiasaries of tht
strikerss have been sent to Finland to
iaduce their comrades to join in thb
strike. This would cut off cable cont
unalcation which remains open for
press and government messages, al
though the central office here is noml
sally closed.
Much aa the government would llkt
.to rest it is powerless with the threat
4ot a general political strike next Mon-
-day hanging over its head,and the fact
.that Interior Minister Durnovl will
robaMbly be sacrificed to secure the
iresumipton of telegraph communica
'tpLa. At toe same time the govern
Sweat is duly conscious that the de
tiatald for the re-lnstatement of the
leaders of the telegraphers' union and
th dismslasal of M. Durnovl are mere
retexts and that Its surrender will
only serve to encourage the revolution.
ists to new effort. These following
the tactioe in the case of Crenstalt
autineers are certain to take the form
*( a fight to save the lives of the Be
bastopol mutineers for the purpose
agatr proving the proletariat's authorl
ty with the army and navy. The RusF
teclares the situation is such that th'
government Is unable to guarantee t.at
tomorrow the guns of Cronstadt will
sot bombard the capital.
The Witt, governnlnt ? seems utterly
enable to find a weapon to fight th(
gaselve revolution whilh It hesitates
bilpng that the ti.t wl:i s.nimewhat
rutdule and pI rmlt the rciai7.t.ll(on the reforms in an orlerly way
Mea walle the country Is thtra".n',l
with a counter revolution with all th,
horrors of a Jacquirle (Ilauurr- et' on it
peaaunts), and It ls.comes more ant
tCore apparent that there are only tw,
i1ode of egres---the government must
put the whole country under a dicta
torftlp and martial law or proclaim
4 ready-made constitution
Premler Witte refuses to consent tr
thl former, although the court officers
Xd Imtarial guard are clamoring for
tL The advocates of the latter are in
~reaalag. M. fsavorln. dlltor of tih
Novoe Vreamy openly announce this
a the only possible hope of rally-ln
the moderate seatlment of th- cour.,ry
to actie VMpport of the government
The a~ eCd ed Press :earns t.iat
psme of the b bastopol mutineers whl!
he elected.
No iiber detalls are obtalnah'e ',!
lthe clre B= Mer of the arre at Tar
es- r41o of soldiers belonging Io to
Ipertal guard.

CewMM.Watioes. Is Restored.
S WafhUnoe. DOec. .-T..'lelgrIphk
*Maa1amalatom wit St. Petrrburg has
bin rMtore.d the state dcpartmena
avtla Nsr4Ied a rotame messa e tbhl
lrstlk fl0g Mr. a-dy. t(e ciart'

m*e We Delwetrg t Warwuw.
Wvr-v. De. i-mo Inttner or Dr*w
Iem, arm tbtas deUierrd :er, T :
-seaormttea howe learmed ta-e I..l:ra;,:
ad postal p iWpes that t b,* a t'
S3**tIoeat i bso te ad in t.. I.-l
-rl r I$aii tf ther me 8ad r d o.-
~*f *weo a aJ hadiae ode r ut
S ad inimaeI Ir to the care oc
th* Mbthwtf sr Wto **) ag the

S M U ii sa ert sTew

*. S fi i'ibi-~ mm jm
*^f 'l^-~ r lTB^~~~~~iiiii~~~~~iiiIjB Y *r-^^

First Step Against Turkey.
L,,'l,;i,:. l- ," 2.--\\'i{it'i in official
: :., :n L.,:!tn it is adimuitteld that
It'l pi '. r- .l n[lot exp tect tIh tlt'an
to, d t. a tihe result of the occupa
Lio It f .! ::.yitt. It w i s state, today
thi.r plaii, tot the next ste;) hal Uot t
i Mn 'n tniteliii arraxlgt ), ite' ottier
i w :'- a a!:ting the Britlih Iprop)os,~l
T..,, for, .in office inforimedt ti As
Fr i I' i I'Pss that the British govt-tn
S ii.. tit ilhts not know exactly tie t'xtt'nt
(. tie co'-rcton which the other pUw.
(:- a' wa:l!nr. to employ, but It is ct'r.
taIlN t ',., nomiie f the )p)wers is wlliiun
to rt.-,rt to actual warfare In ordtr
ti *:;',:'('. :h te' demands for t.ae fnan
r..il 'nit: l o(f M elacedonia.
I ...> \:rew of th'e situation ni kes It
qult',. Ijs,-i',.c that demnonstradion by
(, i;i.ioin lmayy be IKpstponed indefln.
:*: 'Th!it Ipre'sent political altuati. n
in t.ie I'ni: dj Kingdom naturally tI:-
cr a-.' the reticence In official e. .,es
h;r. and as (Great Britain is taking
a I at.I ;he movement of the demotl
-tra'iug fleet may be delayed for domni
tinr i, pending the dece!lon of tht calhl
ruint conerning Its res'ination or the
di.Nsolution of parliament.
Thle government has received Infor
mation from Servia. tnrough offichla
sources. that the Macetlonia commitit i.
has Issued a practical untliinatiru that
unless tate .deIl'onstratlou of tie lpo(w
ers -hall he carried to a Isucc(o'-'sttl
is"ti., the revolirioniar e & iare p)rcparel
to uannoutlnce tiit lhy) Iniciinl to creat.
a sl!;i:tion which will be certailn it)
it-su;t In a war bettt*.en Turkey aund

Young Man Objected to Her Gong to
Theater with Another Man.
Atlanta, Ibe. 2.- Ik'cauIe he WHailed
to rsnorl 14 the thoeuter Mlss Flauln!
la'trris. whose liott.er haIns r. nuardlr
1. :u- at 11(;:1,1 'c r str.ret I- \F V An
dervolu. furniture do ni :,r at :;7h MNarot
t ( r14.t, wai Nrot at anIl tcut hi) It. E
Ie'v+. a nflw.ur fra lr, la(.t niht' Itn a
r .orh of Mrs If.rtIt' lo:mair ling .un.
T i. ;Nffalit lr In nmatin rel spH.ct a
( 'nit' rpar' of 'he tr:ti;'Is. wai.b eto ntr
r, : -' :' .n ria! ) liht at 135 Spring
b'r.'r w.Wln Dr 0() T Ke nyon. of ilaw
*e'i (;n hiot anti killte son IDr Kenyon ecvorted the board
ing iiionlse km r's dlaufghtr to thl
(; anid itn Ilckergeon liecanr- angry
ani J, a: ',is annd Irleed to kill tne bter
Aft.r ,a,' oad fire-l one rhot at An
de ron ;:a- r:Iag.t. Inve drew a knife
:;i cr,' hl::. .a'ron the face.
Iiee ci, t)..ia tooth Anldri oon an'
rit;r. -*' a"arkeI.l him cand that he .I-1
n'o fire- n l:it until he t :lievedI tha
his !:*e %as in danger, and fe used his
knife aIf',-r sh had to-en struln k I1' a
pair of birat- kn rcks
L* an il, l Il'to. ere r rc-'roe I an,!
loC)ktd It ;, at 'he p);'ire tarr-arks An
derp, n *.i. 'a .'n 'i' fa (IGra'Ily Itipli
al. wlbere ... sotin'w! as Itrs***s. II.
Is pftlnful) but. L,' fatally) cu'
Andero r" c' : i st makel a ta'se
mere I-r n.,l '' n acc"un' if 't <
or:ond In 1t,. firr,
1|>t*' 0 t., c t, a n't '*ta '
cL n>' .:. aI ;t.,' '" at, f! r I'.'*' I.-

S5OS.000 satel In ePittebur
r: tIQ04fra Isr ? Akf0re whor.-
breok' cop in, '- 1's"fu- e9uorY !'-1. I
of ic ;ran '!6-st and i HnA' 'a
PaRY. toam.;) ',, .41 c11t hat i'twr'
sand fat)casol a ."06 of A*erciI U501-01.

by the R IWAU I' &- a At!r an

eacel. sAl'- 'I' g aloe .Igh
'pdamfag.' ft*.sna &Bsms s"s
'minted a hes'p osebY waisr The r',I,
Spotbor gi'.A L&D veapp ta br .Am
Ir1~t itsI ~r: cL~Ir r

RaBilresor Folm Podl mo
%*a'1rak. I% I a I -4kry (Me-
am &A .40P.-.0, 'ft !b XrfO 6&
t'vrts rams, mao ctmad mrdro
SIduadaac In' .' s P resme As&

to rgee. C, Hr.9 *ie que1gd ?64 1!-#
to Ilth r~t! b U u
me be hw ETV a o h t mI6
a ath beeft-ad W Y mud aI

Were Lost Is Unknow n.


The Locomotive Followed by a Bag
gage Car and Day Coach Left the
Track on a Sharp Curve-Remark
able that Others Were Not Kil.ed.

P.illauiia pAa. LJl.- ,' 1 !:i. i wenr
killed an d a:out a dO- e' t,:., ii

Jured In tue wreck of tIn
exprte~s on the Coetral ,ti.
Jersey luat tight In Pai"
tlon atmut luo miles uu .i
The dead:
r'vn man Rupert, of NM
PI'llnsy vania.

I I't utII: t's
d it N I %%

An e'slrA engineer aiii, I',-tIro) tad
ing hoi tie on tha locutn., i~o
The injured:
I Ioat Aard A olier I'Fut11e :r.P! h I
A. Untlley, Palladelphle, I' K 1 ), 1flog
I'iltilttlelpiiala Thomas G4t I -%Ii tuI*'tui~

dtillpla Samuel Bcaul'
of lIndsfrord, Pa.; M. I1
lkithleueti; (George .M

M allch
t rain
Pa ; F
tainted d

(huink, englnle:
Charles It. Brad1t
O Falkey, body
lHaggagemlaater 4r
a fracture of t\ ,,

\V I i.1.4 l's I

tt It,-v% Ii
At. (Ii

loconmltve left *

a slhrp curve.

'I ' rI ln ne f, '

lowed by a combltati .';g .an I
stnokllin c'r. anti a dn\ It. Jmitlii i
acros-s ime northboutil. an tih.
pluhngm'd 2'" feu't down thl tr;t.
of tr!hwc Il-lh Valley L u.-l. whl(.
paral ,lel Ithl J, rtey i t rat l la;uliI
a! ttis ,I onitt 'I'lT e uiit ing on th,
I'illianman lciar, their a r car tin InA
train., broke and t'- l'nllin,an run idowit
tor Itrack lehe ill-:' nce.
The coac.aio t.i .'nef o,vi.r t!It, 'ni
banknilnt were hi. wretke-di. uni ,i
i. consl.ler dI ri ai iile 'iut lionle' i)J
the paniacrNersT o Illit


Officials of Southire Pacitfic Srver
With Not ci, of Suit.
San Fraacnseleu 2 *"l.'ht" S'ith
ern I'Parrc otffell..i iave he on ori r'
wl'il nrtlrte oofm li .I. altn t i ,trn bo ithe
grve.rnmene In Ih. i'nlilte Htates' cir
cult cr penal'Ir for tIner latio ln of ihe oafe
ty appliance. act Ir'- "-d by congrerm I'-
1193 and sutose-qj( 'ly /aenIled Ir
19l1 fIml'ar *i have sals bler
blouigat againstI r overland 'ruad
The act in qi,c' 1 r"quldes ,everl
train to have a ,. 'lctlt niiamstr o,
ears so equlppe1 'a power of trair
intineer m n '.e mrtotIve drallaj
such a train cantiv.' noatrol its spoee
wIthomt revqutlrlt trakrese to uas th
r ,mmon han d lrakr, for that purpane
A:; pasMae-r train are properrl
qrBtpe.l with ait rake-s Thno koub
*rm l'arlia na r it a of Its ears a
equipped sad o a .1. will amt ake *
car frmnI astwr 'o4fd eamln a1i s
tbruti.i trae u orn'v It ha air bmrake
The salt is, tjter 'o I the Imaterr
of a surprise sal pwhb ly 9b* first
a-',loi '.f tib kind Aikht la the feter
al rourle on tfhr r iat

m,1,ls" uOwen m Yo maid.
lnaetzlb- I,-7 t4uea AIkgaadre Io
41 lete o Mo t I'-, a44 4it hrthda,
3M clube'.f ta-e W.., Itg al b eartf
ftsg thro"W1taaI'.- i4m lbacltida
art~ll$M *est~et.- -'rfusit0g of eme-

is at beutah zom some ee40
esel1araId afll ?I awha' lhe 00
tateatt to& wpsesoas T9vPftr*9m41s4

Parnm- C -43 Peiw s

Rstbbem. at c G.. 'o dired a'c
of as esti~tmov"p I amn ta* a* -
mi e owofevemr'ow! Y eesi edt'#41 '
of iogw awpaw esod @@&&ty i
Fft.1-ic w C6 me am i tso
a m m y I v s M I 'u n m a' '6

-w -4 Nw ?2SW- Uk r e 1
godoW jd W" b$%M fam @


Operation Was Deemed Necessary to
Save Susanna QOary's Life.
Boston, Dec. 2---Tiilmony tht \\'ll
liam K. unt had told h r thi r :t I.i
an)y of the patients diel lhi' cut i;l'
their htdles. ,was off'lre, today h) Mr
W. Harrison Stanford. of PhilIai.',i
w.Jo W4A called by the di ftnt' II tI t'
trial of Dr. Percy D M1cl *od. In coan
action wllit the den'h oo tslanana
(kary. the Cantlhrllgo chrtrus iiIl.
Then M. Salnford declared that
Hunt. who has pleaded guilt) In (th
present case as acceasory. WAs kL wn
In hiliadelphila as Dr llobetls, a. 1
that he iind lived In r mother's hoi--e
for nearly a year. Witnei a Ilntitfl I
a picture of Mrs. Mary A hlV'-U, who
I wanted as thev principal In th (ear'y.
case as that of the woman twho ha
pos d ts the wife of Hunt In Pallade;
phia at a time when the lattitr as,
known an Dr. Illerards.
Dr. Mel.-oid, the .iefendant, took thr,
stanl In his own behalf, ie ni:tic a
sweeplng di'nlial of the chargeri nxl.tnist
blni. Hle ali that on the i iiirtilti i oit
V'pt. 14 he was rallle to the honle on
Winthropi street, Iti llxury, occui('eil l ,h
a woman who hhe sald tol, :rier, later
that ine ws Ihen. to examine it )ailln
woman iHe told Mrn Ilhan that an
Imnimedl~atr oiratlon wa;i ncesprnrv I
have the t lllri lif ('omplylti ~ lth
the request of Mrs. Ikan he itl:v
Dr INl-teb hy tlelephonel' anid ecur I
lits asiltniie, TIne' operathin *a tpeI
formed on thhe girl to osuv her lir,,. .if
l.l IN P I I I

Congress Will Devote Much Time to
Needs of Islands.

K( I -h tr s tb ou t I to
ontlItol n I I I iIiI I hIet e he, te r a

dol-a] oaf -I I I 1I* l I ,I I I ik II 11,
thae' ltl t tu; Ine- r At the Iit- tucir'
oto-i I i t Nll Itf"1 I ,4 I'eeimi rlt '

litotee it' Ittr rirr I Iaelni anrl nte.
le'I.toit c iii i~t 'it Ila--te grss andiartlol tati
Ate oi-l1 I- was two luo' l e'r i Is I 1:vn
It. tof tlfiorote U ie er (ifrsra' Iw oit I atmo
t -,ta' % ttIII lit- no 01 't 4 o' 1 f'#, e11" ettI.I th'f
fori0u t1 t 'fr If sit 1 ro it l oI a I
alit. ifpi ir r ctrl thi-ratlou ll That tutnfl
tilrl aritrft to ft'iiao tl tue Pit dititf1% 1:
.i',vs tis t U le tv (.ttl,'I a s a.fi l oi't l,tet l
wI~ ee oil, a f :as' ) ,iro -r 'IIiroe' o
ittessi it iti fo r t 401111.ttil'i'lt i t? a nfatlo'
fte' a i ir ii si '-? rn, n .t rwotani cot .
I' re'soil ciaI orl tof toIer a r I If edits
lucas I0 In a f~lotseocl h'o a I bof. -1
dii i4nnls-I eisat Ilon goa.bltc y t oafip
te'niarl Cniftetr. ItaIltig teceari W the
preowIfing 41 bawSastio,!ywgair.1 the fin
per-runiticsun 1iIltinon fairmeir may raise
mfmney ewah to ) atitlaate land anJ
makel, a fair mifart In the world.

1110t019 Day Qulet In Cubs.
1Ha1vana, IW I-A 2 waether Is low
Prlvg taideap asa' rain has fallen fro.
quentaly kapturta reepivead &athSe pal
are anid UP e mliltarp headquarls-ers mdl
at l that th log ewfilfwiter I, i
pronreedlag quiy The alla i In lob
VSS thit Ois Uig 3wssmall I hh I
slight lalfersist-118 take* Is the priolr. t!
laws.wernoijet by Itee regular gpinuslti~rtiis
Eejboals salova frosagaliag fmeo-aubrte ,'i
tbq Aiqutiar ImsurreetSliary batti 1..'
aPpparv4 tabefrv this mayew tolf arixr,.
a saburbn rto Mad aaaotsn ci &&
he d4901e4 to Searrotwili.J in .i'
H.or was brougit to tiafrap I, 'meo
SEoAi5. arruigaeei to ftsoir, an.!
@4 ole saJJ h 1aIts I 4 ~A M LI) '
has wat-Im bepreoorote1

ft$st All"P*111ol Thfte Dovre L at*
wlnasawfae. xMI all. fir V .41t
IDe 014"4,e lb. At 5'arro. a., I -
Ibree dare ,ftbhib.) alu.-4tj, Lavl&#
60ft Wo4 14as PKIMI'sk'. ,praltefl.
to 4 bftWW wiwith a linoriserm toa
4,601-er I* ',,* pop" Tb. titrsIwo i
joal &U4 015 ;aateeiga~rr. ral6 a
ton were f wwatza&Z.11 IMAswans bat LAW. 4
wachOmed ts9Iivefos ftei te tsea"Pee

Aees so Weft Caelegeet
A"w Tort. DOC I --MA"yes Fae
w11.a biaghete alt Plwt1aboWlo
the atI' am *e 0wrr. to, ( 41wee e
aft. 6 re acs e r'd.aj ot st r" lir
USE beew Ieeabirt faerlow""

-- t b"rn'etle YI I
wu beat salse






Fatal Wreck Occurs on Centra'

Ratiroad iu New Jersey.


Reports Continue to Come from th4
Great Lakes Where the. Recent
Heavy Storm Occurred, and the Corn
plete Loss of Lives Not Known.

Unl:i;,i. .M111 lN :' A 1 Io sadl
rect' l, | to,l, t fl : iott .\ ni u n:.
says t laI t.,,, ('t. la .ltu all i ttnl .
Havenv, tf tLuo Algoraic Cetittal n.iii'
Is Aia ltlore at Pit'l Lalaul. n, aii Puort ,Ar
thur The, i'>rew tas taved. but t.ne
it'i4' a l a u a tItl l iq .
Th 1 I i N)., arlvted at Two Har
ithi 's.ii t n...i int a baIll)y tattered cou
dlilun t 1ti a illr of Its hati it with the-
I 't'ei'lt Pst1ii t "Iht' cargo 14 flax val
u il at .1 It io,, HA, is half i thlllin g rl l
T'.ar'e n lirt It 4 their ive In tht
wrvttk of iti. t.aw (h',,rlge Herbebrt at
Two Isliandl \\'hei the sNow went
oil the rocks \Willaum Hickll nJ Jital
sotn sav |ie rate (cliunll ti hy Juitililng t slhore
I ie') iatle' It safely, biut the othef
three Irck'l ctJoui'rag anil as the scow
Iike,, shouted Ithrlr last gIwolb)yu anu
dalsap,,ar rd.
Grew Is Saved by Fishermen.
Nori',.,I ) lN it, Ik-c 3---The ite
otraill e'i V'ia Is a total wrt'wck on Fol
Ii.jt.n Itt it fO-it of laker Mlchllan
'"I i w eif it 1 ieim were.i tak,'n off t6
nllliiial l rlriiK'rn anmil lirotugt hert
li.t1 ,a.,I nlgi t It' s iutit us vas Tivt
Ut $I'gl.,, >
Steamer Arrives Safely In Port.
('., \i n .l, () V p.r 2 A th'I lratu re
I'hi fi l l -t h il ,fflN< of I'.w Plittalitr
*iti'ulll .hiI Im aiitiny tIltad ) from T Iarliors. M1l h i arnh .slat the Iatll-
'r W att Air.I 'h he, aIr Torihluia In tow
ht arIII I llf> iVa nt lthaIt pIrt Thee
y.i,' N hol not, I,' ei n he-arl from snce
io hi S ois i r 'i i of Tuiie day I'llp tI tI
Ir, '"'lit 11liu i11 it oW '1'4 I I,',:l.ri ftgi tr
t.Ie Il'l hil,,ilt sIlte nshl i Io il, ht . to'o
rle ip r: t l 1 t* iht r,

fosur Lives Lost Near legion.
floptueto lie-'. .'0 -'1I., Iotar lr2ng of
the' Ise-* P1lol s-I lo t Itr lawAru4 i PI4
I Iee leo..rof fitir lot-raea aiota tlonaol, Is
WilIng I 'nlitinl l J iep m It Nt1 144"y 5
Ase wfife" a as rumre-Inerto'I to, ttlAy by
The iteg Kcrur'tsof wisi a Iio- e line-n low
for the Ik-Ieuata I'rmieSa uiow York
Th. erge' sAti leain Iii a h-avy see
last nlt it'0- 1,'-%l nimlro cradl by t U
ol Witt,' T'poInee Itw ort
('Caplali li It Wnset its Wousey
rroailno e '.oarge. its eOo&
of ~Oi, eo

No Indictments by Wrand Juy.

..... .g, still )$s ty Iop rtd to ay, fall
inp, lp't i rastany Inuetdirsaeata safa
art f *Puio mr'atoimi ol the Delt& "
rer~,a' f"1-i'rvity, of say ~rnbugee

r-o~ ( Il-tureen h #pe I1-g iwore". wt
ragtrr. death at (111asbIerawhile
lw'i~s InM'tati't 1The 8bors carettlhy
vtht'-ia''i e tw 411,II* 00l1ormy gl~vea &
'u*p lalritee lot h~reseor eartmoroseg
SRI Ittey U*II Iof it Ie m Oplab~ri a
""e rFr'sro Ps oI.. $e*at that souar,
III-reacts ws *ither l 11.i 1 eth tracks
OV W torD v oe!tlie thatl u. ela midO
elfriesle hluseare. tooi th Eigilltyprt*
(pt ortlai c-'e~ulI 'et pbe e4.termlao

Iwsla Su owd Des *of me&
Ifem 0, 0 dee 3.-4Ipow ow,
remadet Ie Mde6at h of Uste, o
ors. my. bew"3m$ aw dt Is
a damews. & Mw b"o as ata
lO Me stared wo w" a im at
bi@ehid omd e & by dp Me"me.
Oe amu the hbm. iif WA OW

Arneehee. Cofie la ot spr.
dm. ( t iree o%"d
Anew$@I# T ibritmir aaItvme
fI m a b *. I K-oteI loAm
NoL or ~raw W AWip,
swassm esivee tI, M i ie ~h
9* g ag seAV I~- f as
IIlnrJ~kr~m~ r 0l

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I Xde a Big Hit at State Fair
Which Has Just Closed.


The Exhibit Was Admired and Appre-
clated by All Who Saw It-Well
Groomed and Well Fed, Carried
Away More Prizes Than All Others.
The cattle and live stock exhibit of
the Spring Park Stock Parm Company
arrived from the Sate Fair Saturday
morning without mishap, and, consid.
ering the journey, presented a most
favorable appearance. They were
lean and well groomed, and looked
almost as wll as before subjected to
/. fifteen days' confinement in narrow
Manager Callison of the farm ar-
rived over the Seaboard, and shor5Jy
afterwards the consignment of took
reached Gainesville' via the Atlantic
Coast Line. The stock was unloaded
in the lower yards and transferred im-
mediately to the farm, a few miles
west of the city.
In speaking of the awarding of pre.
amium for live stock, Manager Oallison
stated that he felt perfectly stifled
with the decisions of the Judge, W. 8.


Find a child with dimples
and chubby arms and legs
and you find a healthy child.
Find one with drawn face
and poor, thin body'and you
see one that needs Scott's
Emulsion. Your doctor will
no doubt tell you the child is
fat-starved-its food is not
nourishing it.
Nothing helps these thin,
pale children like Scott's
Emulsion. It contains the
very element of fat they need.
It supplies them with a per-
fect and quickly digested
nourishment. Scott's Emul-
sion brings dimples and
rounded limbs.
SCOTT &*i IWNE, 4o Pearl Street, Nw York.

promptly. Subject for evening, "Gos-
pel Arithmetic." The pastor will
preach st Fairbanks at 8 o'clock this
First Presbyterian Church, Rev.
Those' Park Hay-Morning service,
10:80 a. m. Offering for colored evan-
gelisation. Sabbath Pchool at 8 p. m.
Westminster League at 6:48 p. m.
Evening service, 7 80 p. m.
Kavanaugh Methodist Chorch, Rev.
T. J. Nixon, psetor-Sunday school at

Robbins, of Horace, Ind. "Mr. Rob. 9:80a. m. Preaohing at 10:80 a. m. by
bins proved himself to be a thorough Evangelist D. B. Strouse. Orange
oudge of stock, competent, fair and Bloasome at 2:80 p. m. Senior League
impartial," he said, "and nobody at 8:80 p. m. led by W. M. Pepper. At
should have oause for complaint." 7:15 p. m. preaching by Dr. Strouse.
The exhibit of Spring Park Farm The special meetings will close with
was admired and appreciated by all thilsservie.
who saw it. The exhibit. omprised Adventist Christian Church. Rev,
Hereford and Jersey cattle, Berkshire W M. Strout-Sunday school at 9:80
bogs, Angora goats, Scotch Collie dogs I i. Sermon by pastor at 10:80;
and poultry, and forty-one premiums subject. "Two Phases of Atonement."
were awarded as follows: Thirty.four Preaching at 7 p. m ; subject, "Tho
on battle, four on hogs. one on geese, Serpent and the Cross." Illustrated
one on dogs, and one on Angoras. with blackboard and crayon.
Manager COllison had his pockets Usual service at Holy Trinity Epie.
full of premioms Saturday, and hbis opal ant St. Patrick's Catholic
friends were congratulating him upon churches.
his suacess. Notlea.

Observations Made at Gainesville for
the Month of October.
Following Is the meteorological rec-
ord a kept by J. P. H. Bell, Special
United 8taees Observer at Gainesville.
Fla., for the month of November, 1906.
Hour of observation, a. m.
Max. Mmn.
November 1 78 61
November 2 74 4
November 8 .78 64
November 4 .... 79 64
November 6 ...... 79 68
November 6 88 88
November 7 80 68
November 8 83 48
November 9 75 150
November 10 78 60
November 11 79 50
November 12 .... 62 45
November 18 74 61
November 14 72 M
November 18 .... 5 46
November 16 .. 78 1
November 17 ... 76 49
November lt 7h 64
November r 19 82 rb6
November :AJ 82 rt;2
November .'1 82 67
November .".%' W 60
November 2.3 67, o1
November 24 7" 65
November 26 t 66
November 6K) 657
November .'7 8
November 18 t6l
November 9 84 61
November :k', M6 61
Mean tempmrrature f1r 1ionh 7 64
The mean temperature for the
mouth was tWit. InaszInl November
7th, is; inirmniumr i. ~enmlr .'1th, 46.
Total iprecipitatllii' fr the monlh,
441 nehes The 1 greatllI.it prfepiitaticu
In AJ hours was the itb,. 41 1iehes.
Number f days with I itch or more
preeiptlation. 4 elear . partly
eloudy. ,. oBlidyl 4

List of Various Places of Worship.
Where Those Who Desire May Go.
tervie, will be otierved at it%.* v.
rHow plaos of worthip this Sabbath as
Firas itapti Church. hows i;.
Rogeas-4aday chool at a .I a mt
P eeaS ag at t ) a tu sub e.
"Tlhews From a hlor X Mertiic of
Seab8oal s at 12 ad 1 Y 1' l aI
8:80. weaiag wervio begit l at 7
o'elo rhar ow ing o t e feeI that
the paior will deliver tt.er tIeo)ral
&ddS"e to the Elko in their lodge
roe at t o'ekwk. Pleae be oa baud

Executive Office, 8tate Board of
Health of Florlda-Jaeksonvil le,
Florida, December 1st, 1906.
A competitive examination to fill va.
careless existing on the position
of Assistant to the Statu Health
Offcer will be held at the of.
flee of the State Board of Health,
Jacksonville. Florida, December 20th,
1906. Applicants for examination
moot be boas-fide eltisens of the State
of Florida. graduates 6f a high school,
and of a medical college recognized by
the American Medical Asoelatilon.
Applicants for examination must alse
be members of a County Medical So-
elety of the 8tate of Florida. Exami.
nation will be conducted both orally
and by written questions and answers,
and sueeeostl candidate most attain
an average of 86 percent of the ques.
tions asked.
The salary of thi position ise 1.000
per year, payable monthly, with an in.
crease of 10 per ent after five years'
service. Josear Y. PORTsR,
State Health O.f.er.
Hemarkable Cure.
"I was mueh afliqted with eelaties,"
writs Ed C. Nud, rowaville, BSdRwick
Co Kan., goingg about on crutches
and suffering a deal of pain I was
induced to try Ballard's Snow Llnl.
meant, which relieved me. I used
three 50 bottles. It Is the greatest
liniment I erer used. Have roeom-
mended it to a number of persons.
All express themselves as being bene.
fied by it. I now walk without
crutches, able to perform a great deal
of light lahor on the farm 30e. 6
and $1. Sold by W. M Johnsoe.

Many Hunters Are Killed.
C(tIcao. Dec. .-A dispatch to the
Tr'blua from Wilwaukw. WIs, sayr'
that when the brattin *so in WO I
conala aad upper Molabign closed la
atght all rorords r caualtlee amon
bunters had been broke There ar
36 deal aad '4 'Aounde", some o0
womb eayr ts r"ovtr Tbhe usa.
tam ber of the b o n l and IUed
were amtakea for 4dor.

A GOurweted Cure For Pine.
Itehin blind, bleeinll, proarundiag
pale". Dregtste are aethorisd to
feod *mey it PAEO OINTM
fails eto "w e t to 14 days Oe.

H&.. auI M L

How Man


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A Certain Cure for Croup.
When a child shows symptoms of
oroop there is no time to experiment
with new remedies, no matter how
highly they may be recommended.
There is one preparation that can al.
wayp be depended upon. It has been
ln ue for many years and has never
been known to fail. viz .C.hamberlain's
Coogh Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton
of Market, Texas, says of It: "I have
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
severe ease of croup with my chil.
dren, and ean truthfully say it always
gives prompt relief." For sale by all
Fire In Colliery Breaks out Afresh.
Shamokin, Pa.. Dec. 2.--Te fire it
the Elterprise colliery, owned by W
L. Connell & Co.. of Scranton, whieb
originated over a year ago, but was
officially declared ektinguished last
week broke out again above the water
level yesterday. This present one ol
the mot difficult underground confia
gratlons to overcome in the history of
tne coal region. The expense thnt
far in the efforts to extlnguishi the fire

amounts to 9100.00.

/ Burled Alive but Rescued.
Macon. (Ga.. Dec. 2.--T'at he wa
burled alive and then dilinterred alive
was what Jim-King had to be thank
ful for. King ts a negro laborer or
the new sewers being put'down In the
annexed territory, and this morning
he was caught under a big pile of
earth which caved In. By hard work
he was dug out before life was extinct
and was found to be suffering from a
broken thigh. He was ent to th
hospital. __

fhr hlats atd Cit1ren

Bears the
S11atur" of

Twenty-Two Reperted Drowned.
MarseIlles. Det.-A dispatch fronr
Constantinople reports that the steam
or Belldeau. belonging to this port
has been wrecke4 In the Bosphorus
and m at al thha e melers of her ew
numbering 32 are believed tohave ber
downed The Boulldeau is an Iro
*teamer of t.1:0 toea Ires. 920 feet
kmg 36 feet bea and 8 feet deep

Heart Fltwing.

s111 Will Introduced In Congreso
for This Purpose.
Wasbhliton, Dec. 2.--/Je district
commlsSamers have decided to send tc
the oommittees o; congress the bill
providing for a juvenile court witA re
uiet mtr its passage. The bill will in.
lkde within the jurisdiction of the
court net only the trial of children for
petty crimes and misdemeanors, byt
commitments to charitable Institutions
and the hospital for the insane.
The court will have original and ex.
clusive jthridiction of all crimes and
offenses of persons under seventeen
years of age. not capital or otherwise
infamous and not punishable by im
prisonment In the pentltentlary except
libel, conspiracy and violations of the
postoffice laws and also of all offense'
of persons under seventeen years ol
are hereafter committed against the
lawe, ordinances, regulations for the
Company Insolvent Bankrupt.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 2.-A spe
cial to the Newa from Rome, Ga., says
the New England company, was
brought into court today as insolvent
bankrupts. The company was found
ed fifteen years ago, owned 16,000
acres otland In Dade county, Georgia
was capitalized at $400,000, and found
ed the town of New BDgland City, Ga
Toe claims held by the creditors will
aggregate $150, 0. The promotpra of
the company were for the most part
eastern captralists.


Sea Island

IslaIc-d Cott

Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine.
Leather in Strips or Sides.

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Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.

a3 b mbisJxmed 1878

BLr. DiTTTOIN& 00.

Do a resersl beakig bulsne., buy ad slU orel l sad Domatl 3xaas,
The aeeeao o1 beaks tankers. eorpornUoM. tfrmers, merobass sd oers
rleetved oa favorable serm. Speolal fsealtle fo making *oUeetomasu
semeblM e "tW thI Un le d 8 tes.

G(3-.A..lq-:IEOBJWVT fT. ,


Gainesville & Gulf Railway Companj


Time Table in feet September 24, 1906.
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No. L'


No. 1. No.8
0i~l DnC,.

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S 10 .... ....... ......... "".2 I0
I 2u Doula an ... .. ........a 2 10
8 2 ...... .. o tide. ........ .... 200
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A Is% .ft . .. l -o y .... ... : 1 ,

U'adigested food ad i m a Ithe stom- I4 .. .. ..T ...a...... .... 1 I ...
4 1 ................. 0u ............... 1
ch. located just below the heart. 4 .. .. . o . ::.. :' : I ....
prrew s against t aad esee heart pal' 4 30 . ..... ...... 110
pilioa. Whel -ur eart troubl 4K ............. r yi tt...... ....... 12 M ......
pttion. Wh ur heart roubl 4 ...... R ky P .... ... 12 I
you in that way a&e Herbi fe for a Sr 'a ..... 1 -v I -L .-
t d* ys.*00Lv100 2D 1UI&Ar
ewdays. Yo willU be all rilht.; 3 5 3 ...... IND. SM 35
S a r ............m.......... a I
bIo a bottle Soild W. M. Johaeon. : I O 7 ~ ... ...... 40 .
7 . 7Ar ........i ....Ot a ....... ..
Colony e rmr. Ar 7 ... apea Ci ty ..... 1 t1
oemo.t Ga. De S--4ere to a ,0 0 ... P tkal S. P. M P 1 00 a
ae ta^ u7^;on foo here to bu.ys^ aa L T a y -
pet eest e t ow bi*t b ......... y lXS I !. 5 .I l .
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Yoe mast have hd 89. ase! ....... ALr AMAs L
You =um Wae bad 0 ai liraa! Lvi AU '
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yer gy hair. Ar 'a He Vier e Tlm ad 4 do seM rm bewa ( lalserie sad FulifM ea -M
mv Mi rreqremrbbm. It L. Z. iBA r Omm pal se i r BniL. &OWL
SIm** ba "' V ---- or -- e f
Omm an 16W Wt. I4d m__a,, I-.._
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Send Us.Your Next Order for Job Work

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Thousands who have had their health ruined by Mercury testify a
makes wrecks instead of cures in the treatment of Contagious Blood Podis.
While it may mask the-disease in the system for awhile, when the reamdt :w
is left off the trorl.le returns with renewed violence, combined with the d -'I
astrous effects of this powerful min-
eral. Mercury. and Potash, which is I saufred gretly from Oi
Blood Poison. I oxes t&.
also a common treatment for Conta- ;whopr o .b IercUlr. u
gious Blood Poison, eat out the lining me any good-in fact t eo Em
tiprod morn harmful thM benImp-
of the stomach and bowels, produce I friend told me that . d
chronic dyspepsia, cause the teeth to mainly eared him, and I l
commeased its use, and in as h W
decay, make spongy, tender gums, Icomuldn no trace tf the'
affect the bones and muscles, and leave This was twoyears a o, u eand t
its victims complete physical wrecks. Bowl In m n, y D.tM.AMM ..d
Another effect of this treatment is
mercurial Rheumatism, the worst and most hopeless form of this disease
There is but one certain, reliable antidote for this destructive poison, and that
is S. S. S. It is the only medicine that is able to go into the blood apd
cure the disease permanently. S. S. S. does not
hide or cover up anything, but so completely
drives out the poison that no signs'of it are ever
5 een again. S. S. S. is made entirely of roots,
r S herbs and barks, and while curing Contagious
PURELY VEGETABLE. Blood Poison, will drive outthe effects of any
mineral treatment. We offer a reward of $i,ooo
for proof that S. S. S. contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book with
instructions for self-treatment and any medical advice wished furnished
without charge. g8WIFFY SPECIFIC CO., ATLA NTAJ

Abstrcts of Title and full information furnished repgrding lands as thib
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty yearn aud
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.

seating a number of prominent American and English companies.
GOad". easv--l e : F rlodid-L



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See the Gillette*eafety razor. ThIeS
SThomar Co.
We are headquarters for ev rytning.
New York Rackpt.
Ladies, if you want bargains in
sweaters go to J. Manasse'.
If you want up-to-date clothing get
the habit. See L. J. Burkhim.
Colored shirts, worth 60 cents, down
to 40 cents, at Marcus Endel's.
Full line of Colgate soaps, talcum
powder, ete. New York Racktet.
Ohas. Kellyof Monteoeha is in the
1y m on a visit to his sister, Mrs. J. A.
Oloakl and jackets make nice Christ-
mas presents. Select one now at J
MaMsese's. The latest styles.
Fornished room to rent on block ad-
joiniag square. Gentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at San office.
For Rent-Two furnished flats, one
ot four rooms and one of three rooms.
Mrs. Foster, 408 West Main street.
Mrs. J. D. Russell and children of
the English Colony are in the city.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dorsey.
B. T. Beokham, one of the progres-
41veO esiaens of the Windsor section,was
tranLactingbusiness in this city yes-
If you want shoes for comfort, shoes
for style or the best for the least anon-
y eall on J. Manasse. Boys' and girls'
school shoes.
Attention is called to the change of
advertisement of the New York Rack-
4t Store, Phifer Bros., which appears
in this issue.
G. T. Kennard, soliciting for the
iagelt sewing machine, returned Fri-
day night from an extended visit in
the West End.
If you want to pick out a nice and
useful present for your husband or son
look over the hosiery and neckwear iat
Maruos Endel's.
J. A. Seven drawer. Monday. I)e-
comber 4th, 19iK5. from 14:3,I to 10::30 a.
m.-for cash only-at f2 cents. ( et the
hablt. L J. Burkhim.
New No. 7 Fay-Sholes typewriter for
sale. Long carriage-just the ma-
ohine for law office. C(ash or intaiall-
meat. Call at Haun otfice.
Benj K. Thrower, the clever and
soeessful traveling representative of
Baird Hardware Company, has returin-
ed from a visit to points in South Flor-

A Good Home


At I'viuston. Florida, one mine from
station. on Rock Road. 42 acres of
good Hammock Land; all cleared and
in cultivation. 8 acres in bearing or-
ange trees. All good trucking land.
$100) dwelling and other houses on
the premises. All going at a Bargain !
PRIE Y $2500.00

Apply for further particulars to


one Jersey cow, color fawn with some
white about head. Answers to name
Nellie Suitable reward to anyone g;v-
ing information enabling me to find
her W. E Brown.
The S J. Thomas Company has an
advertisement in this issue to which
the attention of our readers is direct-
ed. This is one of the largest hard.
ware and furniture concerns in the
State and enjoys an extenrive whole.
sale and retail trade.
The National Toilet Company (of
Paris, Tenn has an ad. in this issue of
Nadine Face Powder, a superior arti.
cel of their own production by a new
process. Its oe will improve and pre.
serve the complexion, and all that is
asked to convince is a trial.
We are in a position to furnish first-
cla-s bean, coke and lettuce hampers,
also cabbage and canatloupe orates
promptly at reasonable prices, and
guarantee prompt shipment on all
contracts Ship on either A. C. L. or
S A L, railroads Wil!bston Marin-
facturing Co W\Vill.iton. FVia dawtf
Attention is called t o the notice of
lr. Joseph Y Porter. S:ate health
officer, which appears in another col-
uimn-a t competitive examination to
fill vacancies existing in the position
of anoistant to the State hoard of
Health, and prospective applicants
would do well to peraoe the notice
A party of young people, comprising
several couples. went yesterday to
Kanapaha, where they will Le guiiept
f tV-' .... .11. 1,-_ L I 11 11-

Appointment to 'Thi Resporsw hir Po.
station Was Confirmed Saiuroay.
J. Harry Trnch. for the i.: twelve
years ceon-leced with the ,l:t di* -
part ient of the Atlant I t~.t I ,te
i li-is fitv. l t- been i pi : A t ft i.i
of that department, eflt''t\v-f, romt
Saturday, the 2nd ilst.. vi.,, J. N.
Strobhar, who held the p Ait.oi for
several years up to a few %week* ago.
Mr. Tench is a young mania fully ca.
able of discharging the clutiit s of the
office. and his friseda are extending
congratulations. He was '"hecked
in" by travelingg Auditor MIllonald
Saturday morning.
J. G. Torrey, who has been acting
agent since the departure o, f Mr.
Strobhar, will resume hio position as
chief clerk in the oflee of l eiiini cSu.
perintendent Ford, while Chas. W.
Parham, who has held the sliticen of
chief clerk to Mr. Ford. a wl be re-
turned to the train dispaIrherr's oltile.
Only Two Cases Were brought Before
That Tribunal Saturday.
The serlIo of the circuit eorrt Sat.
arday was a short one, only two cat'l
being brought for trial. llih first was
a case of the State vs. Porterr washing .
ton upon a charge of assault with it-
tent to murder. The d f-.ndant was
arraigned and pleaded not guilty,
whereupon a jury was esnilspa led and
sworn, evidence submitted and a ver-.
dict returned of not guilty Attorney
B. A. Thrasher repreit'he t he de.
The case of the State \ loinIm John-
son, charged with assault with intent
to murder, was nol pror1,.-l and de-
fendant discharged and Iiindlm.en re-
leased. Attorney Evans I Hile repre-
sented Johnson In this cn-.'
Will Convene in OcaIla. Beglri ing
Thursday-DelegaLts from Here.
The AnnuralConferet' ...f lthel Melth-
odiLt ElisOicoal Churrt, ii tth, will
meet in ( icala init Thur- lay nirn ln g
at W o'clock andl ooti ,i' iin Se.si,'in
about live day. Hish, \\'arrern A
Candler of (teorgia will I ru.-cil
The conference" is o- n -Id f sboIut
INIi mineters arid layn. ai ndl trans-
acts a great dlctl ofr hu- ,c'ss
Mr. II 1. l'Phifer is a llegi'at tit l ihe
conferi-nce and on W,\,dnesday hei and
levV 1 J. Nixon oIf \ :vatisugh Church
will leave for e k'ala

Torture of ; Preac her.

The Rustle of SILK

Is the1 1linlllark of a well-dressed
woman, an t11hen it sounds good to
men. For tlat and other reasons we
desire to cill your attention to a few
specialss that can't Ie ( tlicated any-
where in Floridaor t ei tlil( monev:

38'inch Black Pteau de Sole Silk, 'et~1.1
lar price $1.75, how ................

:;i inch Black Poau tde 8oie Silk, Iegu-
lar price $1 no', loW .................
:wi.inch Black TatTfta Silk, regular
price $1.40, now .................. .


Black Tafl'tt
$1. .5, now .....

Silk, rtgtiular

One piece Black Silk (;naline. II in.
ches Wide, rtegillar )pric 't $1..',, lit .w

One pieces Black Silk (;enLtilin,,
t'hes with+, regular price $1 75,



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Interesling Budget of Inltrest fromc
That Thriving Burg.
Wajde., Icemnher 2.-HI{ H Ilantlo
lisa slipped to Kitbler ieros ., Iinnell-
i)on, list'e-ll barrels of syruip at a o'h it i


Central City Bazar

y rO Go ods Notions

u ,I c111 I0 31 IInC 01 0 , i
"Howto t Make \,1oney in Slovk." o rEvans naa Ia the o lld l |perts to ship pork to tlh... r .. .
n homrrn-stead, until tonight. The party h. ory o th rtre f l..v s. ( i t t tRcket Good...
Write for free copy(, anl participate n i, r t rI chal il i 1 r a o r e li r.r'la e a fo w i an Mr.
big profits llernftein % Conmpany. Iip el Rio- r d by Mrs shch el II hII l. ) rv.pasor ,t 1 a pis, ,Alt .\ rrliil at tie home, tif % r andi Mrs
Stook Brokers, 3& 1 roadway. N.w w N Mr Hi.1d is a bted for hia hospitality a r, lle, . wl ,..r t A hd r ,Sy gi|rl i,,ii '5 'h I I ,'l I I As MoI lll I.i1,.
York a d excellent dinners, and it may safe.- u He says I ..ered ri i *, II, (. 'A KL. a. d IIIlr4 rirst.
ly t h. said that l hi. o.casiun will be r)n because i f a ger.i.t. it ro)igh. r.eult. I S i .. .ila t p srt u .volry Ig 1ay
There is no hat like the Howard for Ing from the tl,;. I hld .ll l.ep *lt I. lila t thr l l i. h J
quality and price; no s o- that eQulo 'itI i p il ,, .d i r.d m y rem. way hirw frii Ar, hr ia fr to h% l %ear 'tr.mare h.llrled.
the Edward Clapp for style arid wear -r n d t of il Instruc- e i l hout rFe,.' ulntlI 1 tho tk Iir tu*-nru.._d .r ,.u lt ef _e ,t.ai Is-l ,,.
t i )n Ir J IL K elle, ec yoap an l rd Cy l. M rs t h
and so place to buy them only at Nlar- tini'n N'w 1K n l tor rsoai*iik hiuroe IIres s d DIvterion. UnMeilehd Con*id
coo Endel's. Tnp tion, Corrghs ad ( s, which enrtiely rfed ederate VterAns. J4e 4 sonV01l..
lamps, where' tie'y have been in the 1on arrived there mst ic.ried lie*..
W. B. Holder of LaCrosse was vi.it- if Ae c s cured n rough i, I raved me from e ODece.mber 11.-14, 9U06.
Ing friends inthi city yesterday NIr (Alses county's dus* b urfor day ri
ing frie l in thi esty yesterday 1r ltionel ex,, t ita the Statle Fair Tatle ele J.olIpf l" I r ond r e fr ,ae. M lD J If II j 0h |. r- v #ll01,, fl. n eou ,, I,,. h,, a, m ..,.ld 4,O.
Holder was formerly engaged in busi- e, tionl win hOe of the t finest saChowan Jied eidtion( if tiirt and llr pr. ilr., da t.ln c I h
oe hetand i well known through- there. ad the terprising Dctor is At all druulit ts ;'.es k nd I .' Reinhrd, ande her parust r. rsd nam.edth r ise.. .afrei,,, ( pe r l. ile
sist he '. t h and her parents. ilr. a.d learned St r' rn' ... 'tie i,,.i per mille
out this section. to be cro gratilat for his energy arid guaranteed. l t ,l, f r i ..w plus twri r ria Ni.rvi re i l th i mis mufm
Mrs. Leon Hatehell of High Springs tIaste ,r d*ililay Elks' Memor I Sorvice. 'apt ('. A Ne l hes a free of hands rate of fify ,.- '1 hi. rate ha beit
was in theeity for a few hours yoeter. The :rne.t Workers ,f the Pere. The mrnm re ,f agn1ill. I.,odge at work pripelting f6 ple. of land sushoristl fr,.,n all )ense in i het Niae
day. She was On route to Troy S C berir eur who ile a esr o I will hxd a me- er New err anId ep.. o res f l rt l .i et Well ie sold D
where she will spend a few weeks with byterean c ch. who gave a aaaram No II.o < a erPI 8., r,. wl lo tow
whelatives will a spd r a few week with and supper at the ,opra houe ridayl moral ewrvie Il V noe0 ball. over plans -no same at onee sI suitable I"e r Il' '. I,rj rlnM scheduled So
rela an friends. ae happy river tr el exo llet ln utton ll ak. thies l sing, beginning W 4 VdWoi hi isb pJprolp ases. hs l .. fllkelliI ll o o.ftre ooaof
The JasprNrewsays.i that the "I- ciall suCce s, haiu.g realil.d IA1 a o'eloeh, at wh a fall attlesde around here a elast July and hM "Ni-" I'f t"1 I alt ofsokele
dustrial Edition of the Sun is worth from the venture TLa money. as has of membire of the. r,.odr i rIqua4ed sue**eded in luostllg reveal depxsite w*1l'I I I ".i*ime 1It61s. lame are re.
may bthoonade of dollars to the .ee- been already stated, will to towardsl The memorialaddrrs. will te* deliverd or plsphaAo. Tt, Os-Imoer Land ori ".m'o1 "' I.,eltle o eie l oee h
tion s repremeot." Forsaleatll ncelI nts the payment of tih final debt ton the! ly It II I ehplr l ( hapi of (h ompe gl" l grd l verbal angles f 'Itl.r"".t"". hIrI sihuld be a l
acopy at Vidal's and Avers's news manre. lh ladi.e die.re to eoiprsa;e Ldge n'illng as will roeeie a riod ow runat1 l to their proepet..i cr "el I- A i rll Je* llIeke oi thls i.
etaDds. their apprclation tlo all who so) er- Iorial welme i about two sle from here. 4*4.. rt M t atI. sr* ..trnely raw.
Warranty ded and mortgage bltnks erously ratronnrd them. id .e.lmlads,. l hi e "Ev.ersllng" r 4lewiL. . for i r Islhllislo4e, the form oed in Among tiLe pri,,m,nrat t.ilores I Cured Psrelylts. ~Nl. r, fom a lOry public. up, t.., t. sanae as 1f;o las. e 1to for full li-
Allebeaeoeaty whishb eav money in (asirlevile fer lh. past two dlays s w AF ely, ) Truo, Tesu ,i r merch has plSed a h If ose o w tfr k Hoyll .
ruesdiag. 12 per hand d or e0 per Hlon. T. F West ol f Mion. te (if llMorl. tI M.y wef s d ,. sulerie see of Bermwrad aoll ate whrt a r '" l se I'rt ase.e r lge.Janaksivill.
do4es by mail. Cash must company ator from ,snta *R.4 re.unlrty ho owas 0 Mvew y- with per Colse i"s br arm. ilaiulg N e, **ld espeocs thm ,, a I I
order. dawt here on htuslnesl rane.iSedl with It.* when I was porous"!* to ol llard's bis a goood proMft heb wlamt Meetg lar Asocson
Mrs. E. A. Shepardson of altimore .:ln In d tate. laId oa,. f .e' or l Mnow I.,nlrct. w' eard her aI o BwioAW the gssal ebat r. at'" ie regular naim y ese ing of tie
esiler ofA. B.Joes.,has arrived ldo West. allthoutha gh yuru'tl ma. f. r. rilbt I hoe. as. uod II sf awh o4 h l*** h lwas (: tnly lPir A.se~ i ..l-io will
he fitl. sad will make her boame here tarded as one',! ,i' t' hrhte.t mem. sores, fro*bhle aI : Lrshl ealFon di hoe 0I lis ,ltto1 f W K. llaker,
ibe leplesally loated in the Flew. ber of the .rsda 1 ir and I dws t wrk bid Wiladn k bought %irs s: .. l,,,,lay I... i, t 4 p.
lieoeets e, North Oak av ee. p ha made a re-or fsr hilif6of r Jobon Y.rll' pml aoN d t o I l.a ,,,.
posit the East Florid Seminary tebr- Lse ooty is nelural y proud Not iAsame Poo. his ; e. t ,.
wtea. ColJ. H L/ord a I rominaet altr. The. nmemtrr Ih Ser *SOr lew lI d If e Sa lsllt O ;MI T sob
La--unared or Itolen from my I "y and real e1sti .*Wro of 'w o% e A**( tiu .J r- es .. ri. t.s hd alL! All tho l eI.Il "... I m."i a", t hel Ml )W t iatla d sd w.l-
plse ansebaArmbero n owtvmber 1th Ih.U foabrr8tep sty1. s tcb Istn tolthe te, o4eB tho bthe eq bes h, gaLtered rod h farrs are ,te Iitisea mmd I. MIs W. eee1'9 IOU"
J ...... .t ... e ...... ... ...y ., ... .o... s h.^. ^ a4 M fsr-r. t- *.* *y r. Wll ***** l*.H-
rNes sa a os os sosi- arsib. is b hea gtbees sopsenldi killing bos Ge el isa .y raw t LO iI

for r . - .
Isd wId toseI nse godteC a ei d rO f Pt. Npe*o the mga stly e' gi l, the ild. ree ow lesmn
Sir Meil do IItve re Mrs, v s, h, u* -. wol'leg m llm aw tol. Ta .a-

W l lw -PINE Jv "as de "s r "* *" -ll so as **, -ego i Mr, v et ** T A* .1 s and lga
A Mam dr aSe IPel thrla 1.o sd . s tl '1aif wud e ec a*Ld I^N ,,!A\e A a .. -.
"hedW ll. pleoiallo uisa.. alegtplies a ascasL@er sfl la ssilingl bei& ode f lb* I Asissle. so- .O r*lafeSl 1 p eI eOW Disiva ly p5
'feI T ot AT os or ho do a wetlg 1rt dsh to thiive so b --0 iso lb -
p"m ne1 ,1111,6 eNT E P"rrw. s. eal lo. pkiewlif ver y a,, --i. ."aa:li st ...a... r,,_...sm
mqP r esis *b. e me 6 toro"Is isr a lose fI"* to hov. he .. _. ,.. t I h6r bis. andlor u anld ul

aesle .. pampajy _, .terterv $1. '8 t ^?. I, .,
ow se TYl( PAT aO oe e Tb. ,seiP Al r... _Ih .....is___A._-.._ -- ......
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sawted a t the PAP % 0;"atGaineswie. Ta.,
an feoord-olu" Owl oatter
X. H. McCRAY ... .Editor rmid ,Pub, --r.
W. W. ASHLEY ..... ..
LOUIS J. BRULfiV. o~rf v, 'i i j.~ \rr:t
r- M. PRZWM.. - A- w. Comi(11' 1 w Root i.-,rr
OFFICE'F I'MW rk 1i;.( ,(..K.
Aq W. Main :rcct. 1-1 r, i jiiu 43-21
TXL AII.h,'; ),11A i- e .

espt Molnl.a, (, :i, I i i .r r ii thIe city, or which are recognized the country over
allied to iny p:,rtor f n,.12 t ,1 t -ut, Ptge am mot promo'ive and productive of
OW, fur ;< . )se ?.' !iio:'h: 0 2iS three
eonth..,r ,O (.Nt- .' tri cty in wralh-farm products and live stock.
advance. This is in strict record with the gos-
- --- ,el which The Times has been for
P.eadii.g >i.,t, rorfltit Sin.ertio. !:;'l W e.' lll lor eni ;h aldoitiouundalo
State. We hare here the foundation

rilte fo r dlipl ty adv'ertiiig made known n
The Twice-a-Weck Sun is aln eight page, forty-
column paper, published every Moncday and
Thursday, and contatnl all the newa of the
week, local, Htate and gIneral, and will be
mailed, postage free, to any part of the 'United
rater or Canada, for Ii.Oua y>ar-in advance.

for the moot prosperous commonwealth
in the Union, the climate, soil, pro-
ductiona and everything that is essen-
tial to the railing and sale of those
farm articles which have the widest
anid mot e prominent market. Marion
county has affirmed and proved, this
proposition, and has shown that there

All advertirliti bills become due after first are people of Intelligence engaged in
apperanceof advertietilent, unless otherwise such production with the most grati-
stlpulatel in contract. I'arti ro not known to us fying degree of Fuccess.
will be required to pay for advertisinglod- Florida hs hihro ben r lg too
Wace. Address, THE DAILY HUN,lordh hthrto be r t
GAisuvt., PA. much upon her attractions rather than
her resources, and right here is a dif.
SIt lokference and distinction which this ps.
It looks as though Russia was pret-
per wishes every reader to ponder.
t% near its Witte's veld
I People do not and cannot live upon at-
a l h r is me c traction. Bat upon resources they not
SHevtopol harbor is more complete only live, but they accomulate surplus
ly ruined than any Russian port w ,wealth and power, and are then able to
S during the war. add a non-remunerative features of
their lives such attractions as taste
i1 Cobs says they are something on the their lives uoh at.Areions as ta
revlolion business tbem.elv's and dad means dictate. Attractions ay
S will take a round out of the Isle of not only be displed, but reaouroes
S Pines themselves: can b exploited to their full exhaust*
less extent, with soeh practical results
lit, as enrich the people engaged. Our
Michigan University may now go enrich the people engaged. Our
agalast football. Hurry-Up Yot's attraction do draw to usr many
people already fixed. Our to-
? eleven was beate by Chicago 2 to pople already f ed. or re
Tkiin d. sources draw to us She larger
Thkgin number who wish to fli them lives. It
need not be stated that the proees of
Ohina wants an lademnlly from RoBa- fing il wothereattng, dispensing
bla, Jad pae war says he Is not to beneftl to everybody. The enjoyment
Sblas.e Jrapan was he eaue of It of attreioDse merely distributes In
he ever staroLk Ohinse territory, meuh smaller proportiq and to mueh
e olasi advantage a wealth that has al
ready been accumolated. '
Slst or be dubbed a toward. He wa Let the whole State emulate the e
forced to It and now has to stand trial ample of Marst county. Le t t be re.
S for sending a Branh of tbe naval aeed. membered that on the posaesslon of
e y to a 1nel port. these resoores Marion eoonty is not
one whir ahead pf the balance of as-
Thea Oaar o RossiaIs kept so busy only in the development and prenta.
S dodging about to escape the bombs tion of what may be made out of them.
that are being placed for his benefit Hereafter the horse and cow and hog
that it has been impouible for him to and sheep and hen will take preoe-
poa for "hi latest photograph." dense in public esteem of the beactl.
---- -fu--- fruits and lowers of our region.
A young lady of Havannah. (a was Corn. potatoes, peas, camava, gram,
atteeked by a negro who tried to steal cabbages, oalons-and in short the full
her puree. She was well up in the art list of thing to be eaten by people and
of sett-dfease and landed on his noo fed to stock, will take raak in front of
with her right. The black fellow only the sweeter and more beautiful, bat
wanted one blow. less substantial prcouets of our eli-
mate and soil. ,
The stock farms of Florida may not Without depreelatlng in the least
be so aumeroou, but we have as fine the wonderful merits of our fruit tree
eat:le and hogp a aoy 8tate in the and vines, it is worth while for us all
Union. Stock is the strong point in to take note that a new era has opened
our farming Industries. Let every for Florida. The pathway to wealth
farmer bear this min md. and power has its initial point with os.
"Let Uis tread it wih nase and reeolou
From preosut iidioatioae it seems tion and industry, sure to arrive as the
that Tammany will %at some out of goal.
the election in New York in auob bad
shape as wa at first supposed. There PEOPLE SATISFIED.
are not so many frauds aa anticipated,
and the bomb hare excluded without There i an efort beins made to do.
very much damage. elare the lar1kman bibl mcosotitution-
al. but we hope it will not carry. We
suppos*e Iake City Is not satsllfed with
A rhilladelha tramnp who crept Into the decision of the Hoard of Control
a house where he found a rask of wine plei the Site i n.vehity t i
and kept drunk for four days. was ar. t
wills. but the majority of the people of
rated and asnt up for twenty dals. he tate are satisfied and it is, imb
He said it was worth more and he y hold .be -- isti. Lke legion
they holdd 4l -KEati Lake legion
pruesed Ue opinion lhat the judae did
not appreelate thr quality of the wite I--
I'p in Wisconsio they are getting so
chtly--l btlow-that LaFollette t
We have been repeatedly lod t chilly- below-tat La olestis
Sl e r e afraid LI.*etenant-Oroernor I1avidsoa
no 'blind tiger' eilt where therre w llf nel ,le-
r I will froads him out at the nes lw
art licensed saltone. The P1rrM. pub- .on

isshed to Fort Myers where it we are
saloons, reports the connetson there in

the IUt clretllt court of thr.e blend We ofer One Hundred I~llar re.
Uiger. No con.n:::rt needed 'utata ward for ay eaae of eatarrh that ear.
0Go0ra ierald not be eunred b Hall's OCtrrL Cure.
F. J. Cuas &A Coi.. Tledo, 0.
The saving of $11i.0'a fhrnt the b 'V. the usdeotigwed. have known F.
6mmat1 pad to th smaller college J Cbheey to the leas IS years. ad be.
e their matatenoane. which the, hroe him peaeesly horo ble tl all
Beblte biU abolishrd, leae, that bib ioes tsweIMl os a Iaaaa 4
ameat o be w d for the edueattso abl* to earo l a t oolaybligatem mRae
of oW Oe sad girls in the public by his irm.
WALUM, e KItai&N I M~avhu.
eahowb whb.h have inereaed their Wal I ggiE~ l. Oleo,
ooerr of soIdy so that graduate from Halls Ca(" Cam i, s he r t
thoe that have the werlve grade na ally aesag dI-at e* blo*d
rste the m lwiy without ga e4 i to 8 d miee rtSe fl 2 t* r .
a prparaso l e. Our pe0be blt.imosk kl m p
obeoow grPades a sew ate ay Take thii'tmb i r aee m
inlt- isa the a* S ts Aldalema. .
,U ** l F



ker and Weme UNmlm ee Abeet It.
Many women w*.d aad wlpl and refuM
to be comfort became their once mag-
nlfcent tree have become thin and
fadp4 Many men Incllne. to profanity
bekuns th ile bite through the thin
thatch on their cranium. It will be good
news to the mlenrable of both texes, to
lero that Nebro's H erpeldeM ha been
placed upon the market. This li the new
sealp germlcide and antseptle that acts
by destroylt the erm or microbe that
It the n0terlying onse of all hair de-
truellon. Herplcdel Is a new prepara-
tlon. maid after a new formula on an
entirely new principle. Anyone who has
tried it will tastitl as n It. wsra Prth

Do Not Neglect a Cold
Every old weakens the Lungi lowers the Vitaly and makes th
system less able to withstand ach sucoeedh old, thWe
pavig the way for more seroass- deemae


The award of first premium at the
State Fair to Marion county, in the
competition nf collective exhibits, says
The Tumpl IDaily Times, i due to eC-.
eral caiinps. very prominent among
them teitiR '!h industrial and corn-
mpriasl character (f its very syst.ma.r-
ia' d.t,'v Frm ithe mere point of
'ze. nK.dJ tberaty its exhibit In the main
to I nzII was inferior toseveral others.
If)t 'a i tpeled ,ucce sfully to the bos-
in,s intinets of the viitors and
judges alike. I. is the first county
among thoe peaking show to under.
take a systematic deve'opmqnt of its
aRriculturAl re*ourees along those lines

Praite it.
Improve it
Talk about it.
Write about it.
Trade at home.
Be public spirited.
Take a home pride in it.
Tell of Its businep resources.
Tell of lh natural advantages
Trade and induce others to trade
When strangers come to town use
them well.
Don't call your best friends frauds
and impostofh.
Suoponr the local institutions that
bnef8ityour town.
Look ahead of yourself when all the
town is to bp considered.
Don't forget you live off the people
here, and you should help others as
they Jelp _oo.
Don't advertiee in the local paper
"to help the proprietor," but to help
Let's get together and keep things
moving, hoetling all the time; cheer-
fully keeping a stiff upper lip, waiting
for the good time coming for the old
towi. Let's tr/it. Do it now.-Ex.
change. _

The live stock exhibit at the State
Fair from Marion and Alaehoua oon.
ties have astonished even the natives
and old settlers there from other sec-
tions of the 8tate. They can't believe
that sueh stock could be produced in
Florida. There were hogs there frotl
those counties that weighed 1,000
pounds each, and horses as fle as ever
came from the Blue Grass regions of
Kentuoky.-Volosia Coonty Record.

The schools of Marianna are in a
prosperous condition in spite of the
destruction the Buekman bill has
wrought to the educational institutions
of the State.

Mrs. Helen Wilmans Post, who"e
home Is isa eabreeze, and who has
gained soeh boteriety in the Chritian
Silence field, contemplates locating ln

The editor of The Lake Butler Star
had a sweet potato preeeted to him a
few days ao that weighed nearly ten


x)MT, a-a.:ldes-V-2le.

, If You Are Insured.. ,

lu a Company that ii Rerponeible. Have a Policy Correctly
S Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
Pays Loses Promptly

You Are Assured i

That no serious lose can overcome you without you have some

) Fire, Lif Accident and Health lSnFraIce.
) None but Reliable Companies Represented.

Information ehortally furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt.
------------- n,-- a

It MouWW Wnd be etcacd. $old by1XP1385 PREPAID. Bulk Ueed-Jup Fre*-RetPrapal
)*^dinr drnggist.. Send W. in etampeg rull Woau 4 h 6Qt Is liCia.
tor sample to Tho e arplcid Co., D .IM6e (I.CO Per da de.:
trait. MkW Rust.m Club Ry.. .. 31 u 4 1 Of 1 7 00 Rye, is. Cor i.ood "e.
X*108 ou aoo y Rye - - I go is W1 UOO Pe'r Ualft:b
.a064SK gnnRy.... 3soorRe. G Con. Mum. Pl quamty.
3-__________yeI_ 2 H s1600 W Rye. (Aif. corn. Rum. Beatfor %tfMgMey.
booMW IDr sl-O 4 5 ,0 6 0 1.. U5tfI'orGraIlo:
MA LWbhisk er 37b 100 9 W! **44" Rye Pearb ndApple ral. Menow.
d by age.
posb Bmaody I 7S 600 9 W I
W 37 Per Gaao.
Apt-Is Hraady .. ..... 3 76 $00 OW Vitorla We. bociw I.?r Rocye. Mefrin
ORIM0 Mdwla10 o uny
1(9teWe 371 & 01D 9 LEMP ST, L4JCIS,,ZEJ p" Dog
NipL enh caas corn 16 *000701alata5beer
.oGIBS CO. 87S 6 U0.010151 1 ........
NAO aRun tN 4 eEx tr m e i aPln.a ....... ..
Lint"r FOR 8 M"ced wa 27S aM 36 tnda d.. ... ....... 189
0nr be. n M it, h Its" A)*~. Vdats .I ................... t
TXatwI ma Awnno at AleQoG on ALI Goods P O Same 1 Uldnaow stout. plrj& ..........n
rbehwj*jyPt. 1 bi the bbL ot aSWWl&UMb
noC rsip or au liert W. AIDA= TNANNE BROS., M."

tro M W gs =ad --roaic corn-1
Stipatlon b 50torig tb' Jt. 4 M.AU&, ?. Mrit H. E. ThToz. easier
natui aoaofthe St01. a" W. Rm. VWee-P onea
nDE.ral a l. Las OL AtA Ash O
inch liver and bow* e~s.'-


MW capital .......... ..... . 4560,00 00

SUrplU Sand Undivided Profits.... 5ooo 00
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W sm uvmm Af bm emma





1i DECa 1905

Nmw 'a Thi*



SConumlxptli, Coluhe Colde, om trroic
Astim, Crp, Whaoprn -oul ,
NIroeoehltle .Hearea9e, 8e0ort Lenag.
M&1. SALLIN LIEIA **O 1i(w#, rx., e **myi "
voe UseNd IBUsrs Ua&Sreliad &m nn mfy ;Mh ter "Ve nWda.
4d I aalway.l strimlUm.w the heUndre d ohd Co m
Whebe.OPa Ck Ist lwain ryUlved Si-m er& mad I "amsl "b
witiela tthenbe=*. as uS the B101T MZODICIK we knLw e6
Best Remely for Childri. Evey Bottle Guarnate.
TMwNsS izes1 Ne, I te ta"rS 1.




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Britf Happenings From Various
Sections of State.


Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Thinp "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busay Rader-tems of Interest to
All OCasses.
A brand new Hag has been presented
Sto Rollfa College by admiring friends
from the North.
The new hotel at Manate* is now
completed and awaits the man who is
ready to take up its management.
Mrs. Ella Hael,for50years a resi-
dent of Orange Mills emotion, near PA-
leaks, died an Wednesday. aged R3
From April 22d to October 15th it is
estimated that Lee. PSoto and Man-
atee eoonties have received $500,000 for
The people of B1artow are trying to or.
ganize a bra@s band. There are sever.
a places in the State that ouglit to
have one.
Stetson University defeated lI)lolin
College at football or Thank4giving
Day by a score of 39 to 0) Stetson has
a fiae team.
The North Indian River fruit grow.
er have offered a reward of $25 to ap,
prehend any one caught stealing fruit
f1om their groves.
Great preparations are being made
in Jaeksonville for the annual conven-
tion next week of the Turpentine (Op-
erators' Association.
Lee, the tropical county of Florida,
has shipped a total of 60,840 boxes of
orange this year. The shipments were
mnch larger last year.
The Peae River Baptist Association
will meet at Arcadia on December 5th.
The people of Arcadia are planning to
entertain the delegate an the best
Great preparations are being made
for the automobile raees at Daytona
and Ormand, which will begin on Jan.
uary 2*nd. Many records are expected
to be broken.
The trialof Williameat Marianna for
the murder of Ed Da by at Peas.a
Seela has been adjourned to next
Thursday to give the defense time to
prepare their ae"e.
Z. B. Rood of Bradentown was in the
market with fresh strawberries for
STha giving Day. They were very
Sfe sad woold nct go bed with turkey
uad cranberry uase.
R. G. Yoong, a colored "peeping
Tem" of Jacksonville, was shot and
mortally wounded while taking a
Th ksfgivig night peep in the window
of other colored man's reeidenee.
H. L. Cox of Lakeland was looked up
in Jal at Tampa for shooting a man in
the leg while they were sanding on an
empty lemon box watching the races
at the State Fair. 0Cox aid he thought
the fellow wai trying to plek hib pock-
eb sad shot him without warning.
Mrs. Will Coanell, who lives near
OCarr, went to the spring half a mile
away to get some water ad on her re*
tar she saw the hour as on fre. She
kameked the door in to gt her children
abe had locked in the oouse. bet the
r e had got o far she eold not reeeoe
them and the two were burned to
death. She was merely barnod.
Are dia was visited by a very de-
etr etive Ire on TbaheMglivlag alght
and nearly all the buaelae portion of
the city wiped out. Cpwasrd of thirty
bgiJom pMea were detroyed aad
the two e *epapep were oempltely
basMed out. It is not SIeaued how the
sI s rewed or how muc the bwe will

810000 to, bat the imnumae will no$
kM ue it.

OeM Stu m peA mk' d
Odd OW wa
A thfe bM mtbWby'hwh he ro
ftNM of meano ma hbve thas Sabob
an ef. The
so 00 a"e"PI"* Pimais An e..
tSr lW~ asd tL ve is the I
b mo w t i m a n n o
We ealcis Sod assnese
m s ..Cmeals owe
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How B MB Todayl
BetteythLank you. In fact, quite wel.
Fat, round and full of life and mischief.
Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim-
ples. No cough, no indigestion.
All 6n account of

administered by a mother whose love
was tempered with common sense.
She knows that OZOMULSION is
a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
folk it is the chief nourishcr at life's
feast. It cures Consumption when
taken in time. All druggists sell it-
o5 cents and St.oo the bottle. Lt us
send you
Free Sample Bettis by Mail
Write letter or postal to
0 Pine Stroet, New York,


Collector of Customs of that Country
Home on a Visit.
New Yorl, Ikec 2.-Taking alivan
tage of the holi, ay to vislt his home in
\Washingto4. ('oronel (;torgt, I. Col
ton, conmptro llr of cuetonis in San Do
milno. arrived here casterrday
To a reporter who net biru at the
dock. Colonel ('olton said:
"My visit here Is of no significance
I simply took advantage of a favorabic
Opportunity to visit my home.
"T;h re has been a marked Improve
ment in the internal affairs of the Hie
public of San Domingo since the U'nlte,!
States government of the eputtlil of
San IDomingo since the UInited Statl,
government took charge of its flnan .r
Confidence has been restored, the rev
enues have increased about 20 pv cent and foreign capital is seeking in
vestment In the industries of the
Island. Under present arrangements
we collect the customs, pay 46 per
cent to the government of Ban Domin
go and deposit the remainder with the
national city bank for the benefit of
The receivership has been successful
and has received the hearty support
of the local government, wtich has
has been able to pay Its running ex
penses out of Its share of the reve.
nues. Since April the customs re-
ceipts have increased steadily at the
rate of about $5.000.000 a year.
"No revolutionary movements Bhay
developed in the country this year
and no caui now exists for an upris
nlg against the party In power."

Grip Quickly Knocked Out.


Representative Tawney Will Be Chair
man Appropliation Committee.
Chlca:' Dec. 2.-A di-.A '. ".1 h
Trliju m oni Wh hmohingto I '. Rt':r- 'cntatives Jam, .A T ti\ney
of Minuntota,. Republican '\\'tp;" o
the house. has arrived in \\ a-'. ln
for itho m tslon and yt.-l. la h.t,0 a
long cnft'icnece with .' ,',-

Cannon. The chalrmapsl,:
mittee on apliropriatlons
to have t1'en coRal4redr
At a 'Republican cau i-
on Saturday. only one !:
te'r ot',- i ti of the mutiny,
ie reo:',i red. That r
co in: t lllll of the house I
prop,;,o',l hat Reputbllc.

I 'L h
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tion shouldid be increase',l :' .1, >r.i of
thli verw; elming ma "' jo 4 ln
inant party This pla'r - ni ra,'l
approved by the Repult! iir intx is
although John Sharp-e '\ i.:is.-, the
minority leader, Is unid ; ,i 1 h.v
>rtl't r'l a protest again '
The pr-,o nt officers ,! :, 1 will
be retnolintiated and re-

The Key That Unlocks the Door to
Long Living.
The men of eighty-tio ai ld n:irety
years of age are not thlr r tur l well
fed, but thin, spare men a ha !ive on a
slender diet. Be as oarefuil aso e wil.
however, a man past miiddlit a., will
oceasiotally eat too mliriin or of some
article of food not suitt d t, h ho onsti-
tution, and will need a doe of Chamin
beriain's Stomach and I.L tr l'htlets to
cleanse anJ invigorate hir ',tlorih and
regulate his liver and I.wei wl \\ hen
this is done there is no rasrni wulhy the
average man should inot live to o;d
age. For sale by all drtii..to.
Price of Sliver is "sing.
San 'ranrlisco, Cal.. Sl;vo
is jumping up In price 1 i. iw s ', .4
c'nts pi'd ounce. T'I.- i 'h. higthsl
prices since 1894. T%, months agr
the market quotation .A. ;,w cents Fl '
mand is greater than ip.lV aym the
brokers In accounting f,,r the high
price. Iut they also ayv that In addi
tion to a legIImate a hmlneta demsan,
there Is also a spec wbch must be taken into consilera
Sanitary Work Being Extended.
Panama, Dec. 2.-The sanitary de
apartment haa extedeil Its work te
Chepo, 40 miles way, where recent!)
a ew ceaee of fer occurred among
forlgners employed In building the
government road The town hba btee
thoroughly familated.
In Mad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chse. after
health, from one extreme of fIddlam
to another, when, if they could only
eat good food, and keep their tbosels
.ael l ithk r T. I ,,,,' L ,IN ife t>.lle

S'.omte weeks ago during thle severe "U ,. ,.r .
winter weather both my wife and my. their trobles would all pass sway.
Swif a i. Prompt rolled and <1iniek eure for lHier
self contrased severe colds which omt relie an eure for li er
Speedily developed into the worst kind ad str;m h trut,. l d
of Ia grippe with all it mitarable symp- st ; guar
toms." says Mr. J S Egleston of
Maple Landing. Iowa. Knees and WTl
joints aching. muscle sore. head

alternate spells of chills and Ifver We A
began using C (hambrlain's Cough 1les Ia eatore.
Remedy. aiding the same with a doe
of Chamlirlain's Stomsah and Liverr EvIrytheig in Yason Cooked to Ordr.
Tablets. and by its liberal tr Esoon (OYgTERS AN STEAKS
completely knocked out the gript (YTEH A,.
These tablet* promote a healthyatin etO
of the bow'el.. liver and kidney wh"h CFF eBt.
is alwasy be,.-rfleialwhen iher syst.-m PRICE(' K L '~ tOlA BILE.
congested by a eold or attack of ttie
grip For sale by all druggist. WE 8 T H I 11 F 8QUARE,
Ws W .t M, *S teee. a.

Policy Holders to Organ-se. i
AtlaVta. n )"t a E-. ergia ptility honS
era in tbp N#v Y )tk( 141 lnfe raIrnp
cOmpany and Ib,. )iiral lf' ofn: L
Tork. wili h~n: I a mrn-ling at ho Pl,.4
"oat botle. In Is city, on finEvImNW e UiFtI LF1ANOCU K It.
12 tar Cie. purp"a ^I oganrIng fe-ni
the prote'a'mn of their Iterrul.i it obthParadlie 1W Hunting MWdFluag
coming rWovmarwrafkn of thoe. twic
ompaliee This metlin hasba t,
alled by Mort inr Ammo. of At 7 of A0 I 'W O seemtee je
lanta. a well koawn buslapas was sal, business a s* Q
a larp ;ley abo Set La both c mM: t' a" ft.&
nke. Wr Acwtne he dWainsmrl the feer Y .l Bguk,, -
stuiteetoc with ocha Pe~ley .ssldc It ~' en~esere i'u ~c.-'l~Y
thee. cmpan. with w reweds ha was ort ne i rw t.o" R WW .A
It was cserludewd adViachi to take 4 m -A. I Z410 ha
the same step as them whleibshae
bees adoted by W svsJ v i' 5oat
srr a ll .bI norr dam. he~
rj or b rl;b w 1 4; 400K be1
t Miss Tcbeu's

Th I M0 e f sr s t Boarding &a

Day School
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For Slalo

The question
of Title. the
fires co'lns1l-
era':on f or
the investor.




Has Tahuatnila
Every Machine.

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THE SUN, Gainesville, Fla.

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RelndI''e rs.s. ol e,, s of tve'ry sr y OfinAig till- 11111. of
L~i, It.~einhie'S10114' emf Florlta, peirtivularly

bt'EI Taxr hal of 'l'l Ts1 hate search.'
Alents for Nein i.ielent LAnd Owner%; Illatbs of Cemtlee,
Town% Eic.

Refoer'noe : i r.t National Bank of
l)utton A ('o., It.a,ker.

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Retailers and Jobbers tn

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

ral, larde. Segd and FertlUiers



Highest market priee paid for Ohihkens. Eggs and other Pradus.

A Complete atoek of Hay Corn
and Re. We handle onl
t PRfoKs, and

Oats Flour, Bran Meal, Oottoa Sed
the ERY BT at the LOW*
guaru aante -S a always.



Rfeveabs the Newp awl Fai 't4 w (governing
8tudlies ualerlyinti 'wi.w,4e (oIf Market

and InJutrial r#'pa'rt'.
Has coinjd.'tot.tI,~#' or Farnling. of
Quotei4 actrilvs' mi IIILriAtive t5t(xckm anti

Reordis te' I,-t ..ai# of Bondo and the
yield on Invflmtmlt'flk4 tit th pricm.
Anwrwr, wit hi imlt harge', nqul risic con.
cemrngIg Jnvorivjiatfit'e.
Owe whb eaIly i irelo TUS WALL NtSU
Jet S1Al I. 10l br qea e Is so bwoes tmwy
am&" MAd predismy amd toad be mSbecetm".
wale thea~ w ebe do".eL.

-if t:i.ld)ltfi DAILY BY-

)0W4, 0JONES & COi.,
46 m~rww aftwo Sm VOW
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Prine L uli and Horse Show Week.
Oewns and Hate Seen at the Garden.
Pasehieable Dog a Box Feature.
Pur Meter Hate For Pretty Women.

'loriOous autumn weather, the horse
bow and the suigust presence of
Trince Louls, Prlnce Alexander and
t er distingulsbed guests of the Four
Iendred have just given New York
tashlonable a giddy week of Joyous
exditement. The whole week wa a
suooes. The wether was perfect, the
social leaders who entertained in honor
ef the princes covered themselves with
glory-the Garden was never more re-
splendent, the gowns more gorgeous
and, Incidentally, the bore were nev-
er more splendid. Certainly Interest In
the horse show doea not wane, and,
while the well bred woman was per.
haps a trifle less conspleoosly gowned
than formerly, her costume were
marked with a certain smartness fre-
quentjy marred by ovetelaboration.
At morning and afternoon seeslons a
nrprising number of chic black gowns
were noticeable, some of cloth and
many of handsome velvet. On Thurs-
day afternoon Mrs. Neilson, the mother
ef Mrs. Reginald Vanderbllt, was
splendidly gowned lo a severely plain
black velvet frock, with which she
, > wore a velvet picture bat piled high
with a mass of nodding plume. A con-
spicuous "aceseory" was a tiny skye
dog which accompanied her swathed in
a black velvet collar held in place by
glittering diamond slides. As Mrs.
Neilson and her diamond studded ter-
rir swept into one of the Vanderbllt
boxes both RIeginald and Alfred Van.
derbllt were uolug "stunts" in the ring,
Alfred driving a smart four-In-hand to
the lnfnlte delight of the spectators.
One of the leaders of mlllonalredom
S I a nearby box was regal In purple
aad Irish crochet. Her gown was of
velvet faultlessly fashloned in princess
style. The fullnteu was confined at the
waist line by tiny tucks forming a
corselet effect, the bottom of the gown
belag finished by one large tuck and
S two small ones. IExceedlugly olegNnt
S was the deep round yoke of Irish cro-

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You rive us your measurements- yes
Select the goods from samples we send
you-we IMorsntM to ft you-9arantlee the
finished sult to ples.e you perfectly. If It
doen't--you pm your money beoo. We take
oll the rink. Write for the samples.
We want you te realize one thlns-t-kr-
uWAly. It is utterly wimpeesl for any one
to make a ealefectory sult for 1is money.
Many are advertised, but they are not
good enough for us to selL Tou may rely
upon It as an Indlsputale fact that ns
homew i4 Assiris is maJing a pod a sult
as we offer here for leo than eoM-lAird
morn monuy.
Oar Catalamoe (t's free) shows many
other models. Glyes you the correct New
York Styles. Write for this catalogue.
Learm what New York Ie wearing.
It contains
500 Page of New Y rk Fa sM for fd
Cloikn, SuBlts, lurs, Sklrts, Bhirtwalsts,
everything needed for men's or women's
wear or In the home. A General Encyclo-
pedia of the Largeat Dry Geeds and
Department t Ster* under one roof In
this entire country.
If you are Interested In knowing and
having the advance New York Styles, If
Interested In savlag meoer, write us for
this rutalogue. It pnlces the New York
Market at your disposal, the pleasure of
New York Styles, Mary's Prlces-ell rse
yoiurs for the asking. Write trl a postal-
tolday--uew-askilng for our catalogue.

Our Chrltmas (irts ('atalogue Is
now ready for willing and will be e nt
free on relquestt. Instead of racking
your brnlus In the selection of a Milit-
abile ('hrliituit (Gift, write. a postal
carrd NOW' for our Catalogue. ('on-
tillini tlbhoul0slHd, of stlggeStloUl. llua-
truntdl. with prices, of suitahle holldny
lgfts for tmliu, wouiiin or child. ITS
rF'n :. .. ,,.

R H.

Address MRee m 1


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fiat11a..-1 s.-. it v t*it ontheiiiI 'enzt rai park
cirt' v, ilmiii a iIlw %% IN' Illrmhii.asr for
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pturple st. bi ll ho1111il use 'In III 111t. ~ c a i m r II. eI fu-s aa ti r
bac-k navi 'it hild of oltp o 11"I. 1 1 u c ato r ..L Ie I 5 ~ rultrut
Antother *41usgIaalbiio. bst klil %--i mi. t it III lil -1i p itml'' IT-
the Gorxlru ton rturvday (Ota i tllilaIII, A famwhit,l i : %m--w tP 15 I. I t tabl#
oif at isilito -Ir~.a' at mi%%-kt ai~r
sa'n beq~i t %wirt flit'*At''r 'i I. I.' tsar
AT ST. AUGUSTINE.:t:rgtta cmtfi IV
Sr.1o t -d I ail i 'lf mi,6 h. tI, [. the,

Lar,. oo l futisbed roone at OCkea
View Hote. tree bath. aUght hotue.
keepig privilege. Rate IL to $4 i er
week. ekwkroom. Meat may ti had
Mast door. W. I t. rP. KtM,. Prer.

11Miss N. Norton.

Gainesville Circolatleg

Om~ the L&M APulrJ Vhtk@u

wpr wobe. &uIow mn o 9 P.
ft 0 WOOL so 6 0-I be
so mw u1ts ""a ~we&

Nine Persons Burn to Death.
Mobile, Ala., Dec. 2.-Nine person!
occupying a pull boat on Middle river
which is located between Tensaw and
Alabama river, and 25 miles above Mo
bile. met a terrible fate this morning
all being burned to death In a frAr
which destroyed the boat at 1 o'clock
The newt of the terrible death of nine
men, two of whom were white, was
brought to Mobile today by Sidney
Wheat a negro, and the only survrvot
of ten. 'Tbe story is heart-rendlai
and tells of the agonizing cries of those
who were caught like rates in a trap
and burned to death almost before his
very eyes.
LaGrippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe,
but never follows the ose of Foley's
Hooey and Tar. It cores lagrlppe.
eougha and prevents pneumonia and
consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute of-
fered. Mr. G. Vaeher, 167 Osgood
street, Obhago., writes: "My wife had
severe ea of lagrippe three years
ago and It left her with a terrible
cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar and it gave immediate
relief. A 650eent bottle poured her ough
entirely." Refuse sobstltutes. J. W.
MeOollom & Company.

Railroad Changes at Nashvilli.
Nashville, Dec. 2.-The Illlnois
Central railroad took formal charge ot
the Tennessee Central from here tc
Hopktnaville, Ky., tils morning and ran
its trains out from the latter place
on the schedule which has been ln
force up to this time. ,A through train
from Chicago to Nashville will be pul
in operation on Decemrber 10, and the
schedule revised generally. The South
em railway took charge this morning
of that part of the TInnessee Central
from here to Hadrlman to be known as
the Nashville division of the Southern
An Emergency Medicine.
For sprains, bruises, burns, scalds
and similar injuries there is nothing
so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
It soothes the wound and not only
gives Instant relief from pain, but
causes the parts to heal in about one-
third the time required by the usual
treatment. Bold by all druggists.

Keep Your Head Clear

And rour stomach free from Indlgen-
tion if you would be happy with 'our
rauily and your fellow-man.
The surest thin on earth to tet a man's NV -
temn out of whack" Is heavr. nogoy bread.
which oi caused by several reasons: Firbt. the
material may not be good: second. the cook-
ing umy be poor. The beat flour in the world
will make the headest bread if improperly
mixed or looked. WE USE THE HIST
IOlA)U and our "lonm suitl" In knowing how to
intx and bale it. Our bread does not co.t any
more than boae-made. and in cany IIlntanceI
i Is so much more palatable.
Phone 161. IL T. kafrer, Prop.

m ( 111 1 4 0od.

Decorators and
Paper Haners.

204 East Main St.. S., Gainesville. Fla.

All kinds of outside and inside work
promliptly and neatly eercuted.

IN(t a Specialty.


E.A. WEIL & CO., '
Of All h I rIptleas.

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11 %OI'ft t- t tu rt I, oil lrtW .Q 4 '?jj
O )1 4 1 l wr Mq n f r lv r r . n a s s o f So l e9 A g ntg n t o f o r X J .A M & W Tr u
(%' ge'..t' '. 1 hit' 45 p~l pair Was',wd.
c hbv go b- 11 p J. Atoll
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Sr. The Florida

Fw~ ,ou s, V, ,Fruit anud Truck Grower
Hotss ff lar;'.r. Wit, ad L a KLIx. A 3gO MA. se
t, &Iet tattl with chrome *toItbach and WALLd IA.
Ie0t Itlmaeb)i. bt as last IS$% I aand UseW Tear $Lee
S ry nydi se.bythe We k fiEl I "l E ft.....I.....
:rr tia'r 1 maI)+ohi tateIy r~r i .lC --C h,'
inebmi them to all. ad stoat tl sto wn A haUdeomty"id I m
the future to eebeslthrmfs thnineo doue e w Y buwbed
'hoess. They an rtaaaiy a vwmdes athiti sead venIm@
mel eta..e hao e efsed s,6k a Md uIbs.
sme to wb*." "oMmiejs.A ebWa
vW be sea 4m #@do
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Lv JaelMonvdll...So. Ry
Lv Jeup .........So. y
Lv Savannah.....So. Ry
Ar Oolumbia ......So. Ry
Ar Charlotte .....6o. Ry
Ar Greensboro ....do. Ry
Ar Danville.......So. Ry
Ar Rtehond.... .80. Ry
Arlynehburg ... .0So. By
Ar Charlotteeville So. Ry
Ar Wahington... So. Ry
Ar Baltimore ...P. R. R.
Ar W. Pb'dY'la P. R R.
Ar New York....P. R. R.

9101 766p
11 VO 10 40p
1 p12 16 a
a6up 600s
6669 aooB
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118a 12 51p
221a 210p
668a 64p
4 84 420p
S18a lop
950 96o0p
11 80 11 26p
145p 286a
4 18p 6 80

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

Tkreaug "The Ld eof the Sky" No. SO

Lv Jaksoorille, Fla. ...So. Ry
Lv Savannah, Ga ...... R.So.
Ar Columbia, 8. C .......So. Ry
Ar Abeville, N. C...... So. Ry
Ar Hot Springs, N. C....So. Ry
Ar Knoxville, Tenn .....o. o. y
Ar Louieville ......... ..S. ky
Ar St. Louis.......... .So. R
Ar Cininnati ...........Q & C

7 65p

4 50p
2 87p
4 56p

No. 80-Daily Pullman Drawing
Room and Buffet Sleeping Oar between
Jacksonville and Oincinnati.

Excellent Dialig Car Service.


North.and West.

No. e1

SLv Jacksonville, Fla ..... 0. Ry. 7-
LT Jesup, Ga. ..........o. Ry. 10 p
Ar Mason, Ga ...........So. y. 89
ArAtlantaGa...... ...o. Ry. *i
Ar Rome, Ga............o. Ry. 7 Mt
Ar Dalton, Ga..........o R. y 6f
Ar hattanoooa, Tenn... Ry. 94%8
Ar Lexington, Ky ...... & 0.' 6
Ar Oineinunt, 0........ & 0. 7'
Lv aDnoinati, 0 ......Bi For 840
Ar Ohieao. Ill ........Big Four k10t

Lv Cincinnati, O.....Pa Linea 8p
Ar Chicago. Ill .....Pa Line 7 10a
Lv Uannnati. 0. ....0. H.& D. 8 1P
Ar Chicago. I I..........Monon 7s2
Ltv ineinuats,O.....C. H.&D. 904f
Ar Toledo, O. .......H. & D. 68 0a
Ar Ddtroit, Moh........P. .M. I7 s
LviOleinnati, 0O.......Ps Line m SOp
ArPlitsbor, Pa.......Pa Llne S 6a
Lv Cincinnati, 0...... Big Four 9
Ar Oleveland, O.......Bil Four |04
Lv Lexington, Ky .......So. Ry. 5
Ar Louisville, Ky ........ So. y. l
Ar St. Louis. Mo ........So. Ry. 7 8
Ar Annison, Ala .......So. iMy. 940
Ar Birmingbam, Ala....8So Ry. 11 4ft
Ar Memphis, Tenn .......Fritco 8 Cp
Ar Kansas City, Mo .Frieo 9
Memphis, Tenn ................ 0
Hot Sprinfg, Arkl.... .......... 90
No. 18-"The Fbrida Limited."
Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
dar coaches and Pullman Sleeping
Cnr, Jacksonville to Cielnnati.
No. 19-Pollman Drawing Room
Sleeping Car between Jaeksonville,
Birmingham, Memphis, Kanasu OCty
and Colorado Springs.

From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lime
ited," 9:00 a. m
From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 83. "Washington and Florida Ex-
pre.," 8:20 p. mn
From Cincinnati, Asheville, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Florida Lim-
ited 9 00 a.m.
From Chicagr, Cfneinnati. Atlanta. Pte.-No. 14. "Fla. Limited," 9:86 a m.
J. C. LUSK, Ditrlet Pasaeager Agmt, 108 W. Bay St., JaekwrTlIle, PVI
S. H. HARnwIC, P. T. M. W.H. TAYLO.. G.P.A. Baoons Moxoax. A. 0. P. A.

Florida East Coast RailwA y.

Local Time Card No. t2.

Corrected to S;e.. 7,




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The Odd Mamaer ls 'le i a Mnatana
Mereuret Got His G0ol Dust Tres.-
ure TLroulag to the East In the Old
Dayr et tagecoaeh Travel.
Henry Elling came to Montana In
the early sixties. Then greenlacks
were practically unknown In Virginia
City. Gold dust was the circulatiug
medium, and every counter and bar
was equipped with gold scales, and in-
stead of being dollars and cents the
reckoning medium was ounces and pen-
nyweights. Every miner had his buck-
kJin pouch instead of a Ipoketlhnok,
and generally thllq pouch had several
ounces of gold dust in it, for those
were the days of plenty in Aider gulch
and all other parts of the territory
which is now known as Montana.
When his stock of goods was sold
out Mr. Elling declldhl that It would
be a good investment if he shiulil
make a trip overland to the States.
purchase a new stock of goods and
continue in the clothing business. lie
had about $1, dust to his credit In the banks then
established in Virginlia (City, uand a
question which gathered him sorely
was how to get this money to cl\iliza-
tion without losing U, for road agents
often disputed the right of way with
the stagecoaches, and they leveled fre-
quent tributes on the patssegers, some-
times stripping them to the hide.
Wells, Fargo & Co. made a practice of
shipping gold dust east for the uin-
era, but this was expen i ve, the ratio
for Insurance being souietlineq' as high
as 10 per cent on the amount carried.
This meant a great deal of money to a
man, even In those days, and Mr. El-
lnlg thought he could find a way to get
his money to Omnhn which would beat
that scheme all hollow.
After considering the matter in Its
different phases he finally expressed
the money to his own order as far as
Salt Lake City, taking passage on the
same coach. To Salt Lake City the ex-
press rate was not so high, and practi-
cally the danger sone of road agents
wa passed after this point was reach-
ed, the Portneuf canyon and Beaver
canyon In Idaho and the section along
the Beaverhead valley between the
Pete Daly ranch and Williams Junc-
tion, In what Is now Montana, being
the moat dangerous.
Mr. Ellln and his gold dust arrived
in Salt Lake City without Incident.
For. some reason the road agents had
not larned that the coach carried a
great amount of treasure, and no at-
tempt at a holdup was made, though
more than one of the passengers
breathed hard and bad his heart In his
mouth when some unexpected stop was
made during the dark hours of the
night, for the coach traveled night and
day and as fast as four or six horses
could bowl It along, and It made an
average speed of about tea miles an
After a day's rst In Salt Lake City
the journeyy was resumed. Mr. Elling
had already secured his gold dust. and
as It was strictly against the rules of
the company to carry gold in the bag
gage he was In a quandary for awhile
aa to the manner in which he could get
that gold to Omaha. The express coin
pany knew be had the dust and knew
he was going on to Omaba, so It
was watching him. The morning the
coach was bitched up and drove arontll
to the hotel after him be wandered nlut,
the lbck yard of the botel and saied at
pair of boots not too badly worn wlhi'h
some one had discarded.
These e e him an Idea. IIls gold
dust was in two packages, and. secur
ing a stout buckskin string. be tied the
two boots together by tl.irr earn. and.
putting a part of the Id Into eitb;eL
boot leg. he threw them into the bottomm
of the coach, with the remark that his
btwlts hurt h:m and that he was taking
the old ones along so that he could
chrbange' f bhia feet got to hurting blm
too badly.
Nntholy had a s*nipl.eon that therr
waa l10 000 In those ol1 thwt. andi Mr
Kllnla kept them nnder hi bl t night
and day until be relied Omahea
When coaches were a cbaDgl be ewr
ally euared the boots ascro his artr
sad. retiring to some enaTenent rnwn

'EMN actually (.bang his hto. In
thi manaw boadwrlsnga the cirP1'.
inm --, t2e driver andl o even
S mstoeOw memt of owr bp was
emor be W"ti m, sAd he Ent a t"ee
4Wal t aPsey tu the rp v-f the
-WI ma scoot o ot Fpole be
Wm orlne tfram h udbi "fet--

Deesere Oidi etno 44Hier.
1be d asp tesb im be yeses'
*#%" am MNO aMe Osmer of @"I.
Wa W., "eml e 6 8e0e em u

aelp a. dI o* e WI* Ce I
I asI am owed. I one" t we

moba s N" Ime"

hm6kpsmb J. W.U

some of the X iomerous Tkeorteo
the Mysteroues Current.
Well, what Is it? It t scarcely pos-
sible to say. There are thetrie--many
of them. It is evidently something of
which we cannot take a part. We can-
sot cut a plece of it off and subject It
to analysis. nor can we pour ;: little of
It into a bottle for future study and
contemplation. It ts like the wind-Its
effects can be measured; its force,
strength and quantity can now be cal-
culated to a very nice degree. Still. to
liken it to the wind, It is a stupendous
power, a mighty typhoon, blowing, as
It were. without moving, two ways at
once along all parts of Its lpth giving
off a halo of magnetism at right angles
to that path everywbhere.
One of the' nitvit theorie. l, rhaps Is
the one tlht considers ,letctrielty a
"condition" of atoms lroutht about by
ch.ln'iical action. as in a battery cell. or
1ly what ini, ulit le cuall' I a severe Irri-
tttionl of thit illimgli(tic li h lo,. a s in a dy-
u:l, in. and by other meant, s u'h an heat
:niil friction.
W'11t.t this i etndltion is is In'yoinl us.
It iuiay I, aI violent rotation or It Inm y
Ie atin el ii( lly violent vibrutlon of nt-
',iIs, I;it :i4 no man has tseuln an atom
at atiy tlin"t ,, not even with their mo(t
powerful iiiioroscope, It is ImposlWlble to
sny. I'trictlo n some form or other Is
irsentt. as heat Is produced before
litrnlng or dletrtction takes plnce.-
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Dhckwell, ased 25 years,
chuk'd to death early yesterday morn-
ing at his home in the presence of his
wife and child. He contracted a slight
cold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to it. Yesterday morning
he wass -iz d with a fit of coughing
which continued for some time. His
wife sent for a phijician, but before
he could arrive another coughing
qp-ll came on and Duckwell died from
sfftocation.-St. Louis Ulobe IDemo-
crat. D member slt. 1901." Ballard's
Horehoind nyrtn would have sar-d
him. 25c, 50 and S1. Hold by W. M.
The Lilhts of te lea.
Some years ago the natives near
Rombay gave accounts of a wonderful
flaming creature that they declared
had been seen nailing through the
heavens, but had dropped into the sea
and remained there for many years
swlmmiln near the shore. After a long
search and much Inquiry a Bcentist
discovered that this so called celestial
monster was a jellyfbsh of a most re-
markable sort. It had tentacles over
300 feet long and an enormous head
that glowed like at Incandescent light.
The tentacles shoe with a phosphor-
escent gleam and lighted up the sea for
a long distance. At length one of the
creatures washed asbore and was car-
fully studied by the naturalist. It
was supposed that a comet. which bad
appeared in the heavens and disap-
peared afterward, was connected In
the minds of this imaginative people
with the jellyfish. There are score of
phosphorescent creatures in the deptths
of the ocean. many of which have ner
er been decrtbed,. some of them eilng
so remarkable that accurate acoaunts
of thbtn would tax the credulity of
simple folk.
All effort have failed to fad a bet.
ter remedy for cough., sold. and lung
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
It tops the cough. heals the lung and
prevents serious results from a sold.
J. N. Patterson, Nashua. Iowa, writes:
"Lsst winter I had a bad cold on ma
lagse and tr:d at least half a dosea
advertised cough medieineo and had
treatment from two physiianoa with-
oul gelting srn benefit. A friend re-
eommeaded Foley's Hooey and Tar
aod two-thirds of a bottle eored me I
eoeilder it the greteatl oolh aad lung
mad(slae in the world." J W. Me-
Col..m & Companoy.

Leis-villo A

Nashville R. R.

Rest Line to
Ptrmtgbaa RsIaJ~, NeephI.
Kwarsalre ee' tle,~ (1urk~L
OL lee4 (kEkse MeAlAV Peasi*
%ertb ow WON in three" mW16

1 r m" eoperatlas thus o lowpe
Iv. puria so chsoe-I
0611Flibe*epeatingA trgoeghsleper
lieu Pleuid to S..Low is with dissag
no dswebafsenv we ~is h ih
Theum emeries 6116"0"to Callke.
pV ws =Ie s tof reI* to I*ad
cr Wv".
rSuid il ull if~ wibe~
~~I ~roil a w a Irl e

1b.Vrh. LbS. 3...,

DR. DVERE B. M01,2i, .
.... DENTIST...

Ofce over Marus adellS Ii r e- *



And Solicitor in Ki uity
Real Estate, Conveyaiio'ns and Gen
eral Practice. All bustnm-i. pronmptil
attended to. Office next door to Sun
odice. GAr Imvn V I E. FIORIDA




Can sell your oity Iroperty, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
truoking and farming lands. Sead him
a list of what you oler for sale. 2142,


Office in Endel Block.




Over DuIon Co's Bank.



Ofce in Moir Law IFIesrYa(
UJ&:wMIuLsN F'ia

JOHN MNU S. m, P.'rorletor.
I1-llI W. Bay it.. Jkcisol tiler, i7a.
Faust beer, bottle rd draught. Don't
fail to al oa me when in Jaoksonvillo
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Alaobo county Is K64,400 Mres in
area, ba 248 mlles railroad 610
miles wagon rood, 6. postolesf,
128 public schools, 27 phopbhate
piant, 20Mw mille, $78,000 oort
hoase, Ie newspapers and pro.
duee t ora, eotton, rie., sapr,
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or*
age., ppeahe, pears, plume, ps.
earn., and all ksds of vegetable.

Gaineo illI the CountD Seaty i
Ha fourteen ehurohe, two public
sehool, the U'nierelty of Florida,
private sebools, th re aw pem
olted 1tLome land oele, th& bem
water. Ilr alarm system, elsetrie
andismI l 9it, we o fLetoris,
meae iOpe, three woodi fas(o
rise, eotwte Ilu, Iwo mao e ft store,
ihre railreds. two fortilIserI s.
urfactoral eompallw, Ome IlbW
manuofator, on reemllrtlil tor
pentlae pilaS, two beal. 4d well
atolekd stores br.l gl ve~rT-
tthing Ishe na9 nmO e l aMleH



Makes a Specialty of All Knlds
of Plain and Faney


Job Printing
.. F o ...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blasks or. Short Notee.

The loUleses ltt*r fle s o .f ear
Tb 1l0 ta06 Is, In= f-- -Was
L. H. Ky eIM

ms er ti e da Us.a, te
oa is eaUtert 1 PS a w
Is a" Ow
p#ar p"ps dsn toI us age.
M N 0. am.

-i m Arni

Air Line Railway

.,. FOR....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York,

L'wv, ElecaIta Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Lin* Opti'ruti

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonvi, e to New Orleans

For full Information and sleeper rreorvationp c'all o n nn agrniit Seaboard of
write A. 0 MAON. MACON LL, i. CI, N Ja.,
Ast. General Pasl enger Agent, l'aso,,imer Arent,



Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLEs'TON, 8. O., both ways.
Te Vis t btealullS I* the Coutvls b8reI o

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct ervite Btweno JACKSONVILLE, BOMTON and
PRKVIDENCE mad All Eastero Pots,
Calling a t Oharleiton both way.
8outhbond... ........................ From Lewis' Wharf, BeIto
Northboou d .................. From Foot of Oathberle t.. Jaske ville

Clyde St. Johns River Liu
13etwe* n JActlKUonvY4.L3 and BAN woMn
BSopping at Palatka, Astor, B( ransie. Bermford (DeLaBd), and latermedlia
LadInpg on It. Johs River; commensing Wednedayr, November 16, 180,
Are appointed to *ell a follows: ieave Jaoksonville, daily esI psI eSare
days,. t B: p. m. Returning, leaves antford, daily eseptN Mundays, as 0a. m.

*s) n. ;M;HEDULIC. )
L a pm.. . .. ... Jacksonville.... ....... ...Arri, gi
:41 pm . .a... lat .... ......... .... L.. ave I
IIto am .. Alsor ............... .. I t 0pm
:I am ..... .. i. Fru l ........ ..... .. . IOOp
Arri.r.. ord (Dl ad) ... ... .. I 40
Arrive I 0 am .... .. . ...... l i fo4 d ........ ... ..... $Is0o
10O am ..... .. nl te m. r ... ... 1000Im
TPO O j. InO r.I J. A. u O*. Pa. Ane. 18 .Wees bart.D eafte.s
rwat Afan. C,- L. j-to-tLf, bee.
A fia.aSs hA VO" 1 ( .
general Maaasr. (lIeral Agelr
('eeerb ftMIlses. ItSgeW UerMs. V* Vert
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Take The Atlantic Coast Line

Noth *"" "At \nfh *" West "
Nii0 D11Wt t i r on Wes IMa e
J* se JIeaeAOS

Depart o

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Papid Transit and L'nmurpasfed Service
Tfle Table ta *ifeS April 1, IB .
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mord4at Poate

Osla. I...eeI. sad i Tampa.

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vIANK 0. -oIw r. I oise.. W '0of Tof rem AE.
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hbve a rains S. We have the ILtest
tUSy tles, J.. Muase.
..NADINE FACE POWDiE.. When you ea get rood paintatsan
Si (.masH BwxXI ONLY. price u oheap which will you take?
SUI'EHI(o)R IN QUALITY. HARMLESS AS Get Devrc's and you'won't go wronr.
WATER. The 8. J. Thomas Co
'ADINE Fa'te 'owder Is qompouwded and
i purlued t,) a awLr DIscoLVW) pn OCin. Division Trainmnater A. L. Glss of
PrKduce a beautiful. softw velety apMpearSM e.
w.hel, rUBHa~tn until washed og. LdAde who the Atlantic Ooast Line has returned
uhe xadine Face Powder inmr@eenbO1 m fromAn official visit to St. Petersbarg
-ure theecomplexion wll bfrfta Ondlvely0at
ci*u.or the evontua. TbZQUA&UTY IS UN- and other points in South Florida.
S'EQU A.'LED. Buy on Weea4 t pOe Oke abd if
S ou are not entirely usatied notify us. and we The rgolar weekly neeting of Cen.
will ti omptly Balrtl D TOUR MOI2T.
sot: Ii'i 'ld by leading druadots, or matL PrIoe sO ter Lodge No. 11. I. 0. O. F., will be
S centm. Wte, Flesh. elnk. Brunette. held In Malonle hall Monday evenio(g
PAP RsoD r beginning at 7:80 o'clock. A full ai-
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn. tendone* l desired.
i1 3 NADI"GLA GIRL &Sold in Gainesille bj J. 8. Bodiford John PI JF kson of Bronon, one of
g Co. and J. W. MeCollum Co. the most widely known residents of
Levy county, was in this city yester.
Sday. M h Mr. Jacon has many friends
NEWS OF CITY A D PU T t this section who are always glad to
No n nrUIJI r mIII IlHVLAD geethim.
COUNTY CONDENSED The blilsard from the Northwst
100 Per got Pres will soon be here and your children
will need some good, comfortable
Matters of (Gneral Intrmet ath school @sboes.. Look for them at
A package of Davie' Best Prepared Smith's sad you will not be disappoint.
d by OwT heportn Paint contains no adalteration in any ed. L. C. Smitb, North Side Square.
form whatfvor, and when analysed the
J. 8. Goode has returned from Tam-
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS outside hite and tints will show:
pa, where for the past two weeks he
What Has H n dnd What I Going Old Prom s U O11, 00 pr ct L P has b eo looking after his property in-
Wht HM Happmd nd What i OPrWi p esoln. Mr. Goode has a small but
to Happen TolIn Sht Par aphsthrifty orseoe grove in the suburbs of
-S That "He Who Runs May Read" Selaed ht Zl, 100 per CL PIN the 8outh Florids metropdlis, which
It In The Sun. Inoodinl the necessary pure tinting he declare will pay him handsomely
colors and best turpentine dryer. To after a while.
Overeostt at J. Mansoe'. this we oarantee and afl our signs- Mrs. J. N. Strobhar will commence
Dress shirts at Marcus Endel's. ture.-Ta H. B DAVISr CoPAY. the sal of her household ffeets Mon.
Buy handles at New York Backet. Sold by the Baird Hardware Com- hr le
pany. day moralsn, Dec. 4, at her lte M.
Sun Industrial Edition 10 cents a idese, No 801 East Choreb street.
copy. All of her furniture, carpets, ebina,
Sweaters for men and boys at Marous Try us on the next pair of shoes. glassware, ete., will be marked down
Endel's. New York RMcket. to the lowest figures, and the public is
Stetson, Dunlap and Yoemsa hats. J. The best way to save money Is to buy Invited to call and see if there isn't
Mane. clothing at Marcus Eodel's. something they might need among the
Devoe's paint I. the best. The 8. George Main of Rocky Point was goods which will be exhibited.
Thomas Co. trading in the city yesterday. What to Et
Ladies' calling eards in latest styles Olaremee Oamp of Oeals was a busi. h k me t Afrika wher th
st sun office. ness visitor to this ity yesterday. Oho te eors and panere the
t on ofle. horse snorts and pants;
For suit oases and trunks go to New A limited quantity of Arbuckle's cof. Cook me a medium tiger steak, or a
York Racket. fee left at only I1 events pound. New puore of elephants;
York Riehke&t .

R. M. Chamberlain of Tacoma was
in the oily yesterday.
New line of ties just in. (et the hab-
it. Oall on L. J. Burkhlm.
Fruit lekes for Immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
The overajot question can be solved
by calling at Marous Endel's.
1arge line of rnas and druggets-
good values. New York Raoket.
R. Stroble of Alehnsa was among
those who eame to (ainesville trading
Klirohbaum isits are the best made
of any clothing In the city. J. Manas
so sells them.
Mrs. Duren and Miss Margaret Hall
of Archer were visiting friends in this
city yesterday.
E W Millican, the naval stores op.
erator at Wald, was a business visitor
tj this city yesterday.
Extra copel of the Industrial Edi-
tion of The Sun fot sale at Avera's and
Vidal's news stands at 10 cents
For Reat-Eight-room house near
square; hot and cold water bath and
toilet oI houe. Maros Eandel.

Joust for fun-Stetsun hate at $8 50
Monday for oash only. Get the habit.
L J. Burkhim.
J M. Uiale of Alachua was among
those who eame to Oainesville on bus-
inesu yesterday.
Your Ohristmas fruit cakes baked ev.
ery Saturday. Price 2b cents a cake.
Phone Keystone Bakery. st
When you want a pleasant laxative
take Chamberlain's Stomoeh and Liver
Tablets. For sale by all droggists.
The only complete line of tronks,
suit eases and traveling bags to be
found In the city is at Marcus Endel's.
Wanted-Janitor for Uilversity
High School. Proper person will be
paid t$2 per month. Wm. N. Seats,
If you want to paint your house give
us the dimensions and we will tell you
JI1st what it will o(st you. the S. J.
Thomas Ou.
0. 1). Bethea of Trenton left for his
home yesterday, after having spent a
week here in attendance upon the eir-
cult court as a juror.
Mrs. John W Canson and son. John

I want a python, properly planked, and
s grilled little onieorn bone,
For I'm off my feed, and I feel I need
to restore my stooaoh's tone.
Bo~o or THI HUNTrR.
Oh, why doe a man with a thinker,
Think sooh awful diet good ;
When'the El Dorado offers him steak
That's rich with fat and blood?
Or an oyster large, so juicy they say,
There's nothing more tempting on
They grow In one place-that Chesa-
peake Bay,
And their charge? Not half they
are worth. THto Hri)orms.




Turpentine lease for sale at this of. iS. have returned from Lakeland and Has rtved and Is. as every. J L VA (4AW 4.& /
tee, Oe per doseo. $8 per hundred. Tampa. where they have been on a and
Cash must oawompany order. dswtf visit to relative and friends. a kws, the best baseIand
High water mark reAhed ,a ale of Miss Chapin of Brooklyn. ,. Y.. i Builders' Material
Blue Ribbon lemun and vanilla ex- is in the city on a visit to her sister-in- meth of the year. We baoght
tracts. They please everybody-every. law, Mrs. I. Chapli. She expects of All Ka ds at
where-every time. It, remain hre during the winter. an Imas Uese olf tgoeds alta- LOWEST PUCzM.
George Oleoaon.J 8 Crown and (. It It. Hopson, district manager of
P. Cannon, progressive truckers of itt (toorsa Mutual Life Aeasranee ble frDe Pember e atemer a-nd
Hoeky Point, formed a trio of visitors Soelety, has returned from High
o this elty yesterday~ pring and other points, where be has we wil be pileed to have ur
The Olllete safety rasor is the best been i the interet of his company.
made Shave yourself with it one* and lie reports noauraglng program. dity a sdnt7 freWds vIrt Brick, Lime, CTement,
yon will use it always afterword. The I
8. J. Thoma (Companyt READ TH1 r a. a dei tIlrtilang.
Dr. L. Chapin of Tallshase is Ia. 1... Plaster
epe adng a short tlne with his wife Mobile. Ala. Feb 16. lt. We shall elatinm e to Ill RE. -
her*. The Doetor has many friends li Itr. E W Hall. St. Louis. Mo -lear
elnesville who are always glad to, .ar; Iuring the past year we have LIABLE 00VM at -ATCH1 .l
reet him. soki over twenty-four dosen "' all-. Shingles, ails. Locks,
.Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks of Oea l ll'r lvtoovery" for kidney and bled. LESS PRICEs, 4 wi expect
were is the eity yre" ay They der troubles and darg tat time have i
wer en route home from Cedar Key. received so ompat to *make theU s h bum r Paints. 011s.
where they have bea on a brief visit Your reepee tully.
hern Ihy hver boo o8 o VI (U. .~V. wr di & 8.,. entil the dMas are ov,.
to friend. l e y a eve
We have made a spially of hand A TEXAS WONDER. we .e't. Ise al r r
tas for tbe holiday trade and they as
ene asms bese o v ter Teure Wal Etc. *
furhrr, too. Mot telab* for Iftn
fot all oceaseone L. O. Smith. North dl b t o o rr I
$We quar de
aSande* ss Alinhae*. aamint ea. eek ad en A r ywt anda ----
The W. 0 U. will Ald tsoregl m. d" e rel a m
monthly blsaee ea s to at the relad- oa l Imtan lItn he k. emMtolred t. we me givtl
ag-cusm Meoday aftaneeis at 8s _1a ___h M M 0 e foRo9O
ale_ S. AWu of to a. a UA I ibe, Ma ,m sa It will pay yrn to get our
oe sLk. A all d e tend.an of tkhe m wm...e. bladder... t blesois th, e BENT TAYVU EVER B W prices
ber las deed. cUM. I ea M a du is 4r
(orge W. Hyde I advert rising sour w U beo oa M Mi n seespa t $ ERtl S to ALAcWIA U03nT.
itn Iloridga. sa"te *May 4". hu others n- me a mi p Is # I. a -
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