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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 6, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01044
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESI)AY, DECEMBER 6, 1905


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INGRESS 'CONVENES


IN THE USUAL FORM


ch Important Business To Be
Transacted.

NY VISITORS WERE PRESENT


Sessions of Two Bodles Were Brief
as Adjournment Waa To Be Taker
Out Of Respect to Memory of the
Late Senator Platt.
Waahiinton, Dec. 5.-Congress waj
convened today at noon with the usua;
formaiUties. The sessions of tae twc
bodies were very brief. In the senate
new members were sworn In and-the
routine Incident to the firat day trans
eoted, after which an adjournment waa
taken out of respeot to te memory)
of the late Senator Platt, of Connecti
oett.
In the house greater Interest was at
Stched to the proceedings, because a
complete organluation was necessary
Tbhi included the election of a speaker
and other officers and tAe drawing ot
*eats by the members of the house.
The first season of the fifty-ninth con
.greo has been looked forward to av
one likely to be more than ordinarily
Interesting. Many matters of corn
mnercial and political Interest have
proved Intensely attractive during the
long recess. Columns of newspaper
pace have been devoted daily for
aony weeks to predictions of leglsla
tive battles that may be fought by
factions interested in the outcome of
demands for railroad rate regulation or
legislation or on any one of a dosen
public questions of equal importance
TIb matters to be urged on the attea-
Uion of congress neclwt the questions
of protecting the interest of policy
46hlders of Insurace companies, state
bood for the remaining territories. Pan
ama esnal construction, imalgratlon
and the treatment of the Chinese under
the present exclusion law railing rev.
entle against a possible deficit, control
of corporations engaged in Interstate
business, corrupt use of money at tiec
tlons, the Phllip;ilnea. Santo Domlnro
and other western republic., tariff
queAtions and commercial compl-title.
with Germany, as well as.the usual
diversified subjects which the varion.e
4secutive departments annually pre
aent to be revinyed by congress.
Bhrly Ia the day the lobble of the
letels were eullveoed by many visitor
who are preparing to attend thUesUlon
sad the crowd on the street, wer all
directed toward the blg marble build
tag oa the bill
Although admiston to the gallertie
wes by car4. this did not prevent iun-
4reds of slgbtwers from wadedaBgl
trough the corridors Ua4J Iapeeula
S the oomlue rooms ead other potats
Ira which the general public wea not
barred.
At l:?0 o'clock the senate adjors-
4 8 m arr of ruo to the late
iasteor Pa1t of Cone-.~tL

TRUCK HIT LIVE WIRL

euremWn Meet14 IMnent Death; Anthser*
I Severely Ilajured.
LrnimniBam. Al.. D[e. I --l a
S"-eS morale" re at the departed
,. t Of m t.JQe &I Ledb, the
bagest establitsheet to the city. ntr
a O tJr Keith toe his life by Hilag
a- n a tesiosI trark. mad PIreos
Jo s"mIlaer was ereOly lsjaored
4eMidel1t o1ur1ed tha, the
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SIX DAY BIKE RACE 18 ON.

Teams Begin Week-Long Event at the
Madieon Square eGrden Track.
New York, Dec. 5-Tarough he nig ,1
thousands of personal sat In the Madi
son Square Garden watching the cease
len grind of the six-day bicycles whkj
began at n midnight and will continue
throughout the week.
At the start, it was estimate d. IS .i'-
people were crowded around the' track.,
At 3 o'clock this morning less th.i
f5,000 remained in their seats and,
when dayligt broke nearly half rt,:rt
number still clung to their chair..
peering down upon the oval whelie '
apparently tireless riders were p. i
going along. Only once during iht,
llgat was there anything approac.iln.i
a serious accident.
Just before S o'clock seven riders het
came tangled during a spurt arouund
the dangerous D6th turn and men anJi
machines were sent flying down tat
steep ildes of the board track.
Licklly, only one of them. Gougoltt
of the Italian team, was hurt. He Im
mediately resumed the race without:
giving physicians time to examine hil
Injuries, but before ae tlha ridden flve
minutes the other riders saw tat h
was losing nla strength.
Gougolta kept up the anequal strung
gle several minutes, losing two laps
before he tainted on is wheel anti
rolled to the bottom of the saucer
track.
It was then found that he had a
broken rib. His partner, Vanoni Im
mediately took his place and made uil
one of tie lost lape The Injured ride:
was unable to keep up the trrinei pact
unassisted, however, anl left the track
lAter It was announced that the
team probably would be forceJ to re
tire from the contest.

CASE ATTRACTS ATTENTION.


Negro Is Central Figure In an Impor
tant Litigation.
Macon. G.. Dec. 5.-Henry Jamison
the negro who, btcaue pt police cour.
troubles growing out of a drunken
spree In which he Indulged, sl likely
to rrmaln the central figure In sornr
Important court proceedings *r some
time to come. He is again out ol
the chlangeng on habeas corpus writ
and hIs attorneys, Messra Akerman
and Akermanr. arr using In his behall
the fourttenth am' ndment to the L'nit
ed WRatle constitutlol.
Jamlson's coae was carried to the
rated ilttes supreme court on ti
plea tiat recorder's courts are rncon
sttutional. The court decided that
United gates courts are without |uris
ditloie In uestlosa of that kind until
after the state courts have passed up
an them 'bhe Judge Felton. oa Blib
uporior court. was ahked to say :
Macon's recorders court could not
seud Jamison to the chalapg with
out livlal bhi a esl lr a jury
etc. Jutdgl PFtItn promptly refused
to say ayi ling t ttaat feet. sad sild
Jatlls r nuot cItlase to work on the
MSga. Jamlsi wanted to give boed
and quit work untBI the supreme cort
of Georgia rerrl~tel te cse& This was
denied
Now Jamilano ses a writ of habeas


corpus from Juldge LSper oe the gr mad
that tie refusal to allow him to glvei
boad was a dental of lga I rig ht a;d
Mo to cIsrelpllaro ite wIt pr vleg
grated very rll es by the fIurreatbU
aet"meO-t to te aonatitutoa

Ap- teien WWied n Oretn C"I"a.
aBmak Dec L-A dbispear to t ,
ITr ie frle Washll gtoe. D C. says:
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p. wald blte careel s apprloprii
Il.Om.e or a l ota ehaiuel frome
th drsage caal Je the ies
Nelsent la the I1ise o thepUo
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gnrvriinng Irprrwr ninpinll rm ate. Iton
PI UIU IHIWI~LL Il Lyour atteutiou to the fact that my pro-
pwuitl I no t t, give the comintuion
power to lultlate or orlthiate rates IgD-
Srally, but to re\iiilatt, a rate already
President RooaeWltBi>a;ni:al Im iie fixed or orlltinatld by the raitls upoIn
baa been delivered to conizi- i'' trm pi ll- couplut lund i after investliftlnilo. A
inR with a plea for the on 'i'erntlhu of heavy penalty should he excextet fr ni
all classes In conttinll g thli' ,',umnray' any corporations which falls to r,'ip'ct
prosperity and Io colrfetliga exitun g an order of thl cotimlalou. I regard
evil*, fur a "'aquar deal Ir eve\'I this power to estabtllh a maximum
body. the mellsge Afit t:ikt. I ,1 the rate a belung eentlal to any scheme
question of corpoirtiotN nul ranlloi'l of real reform la the matter of railway
rate legislanton. Tbe preel'itut y9.r4: regulatlona.
Corpmos* -s. It la worth while considering whether
I am In no aense bot:'l, tr eorprn- It would not be wise to confer on the
tloas. Tils Is an age of c',l:hiataltl.. Government the right of ciril action
and any effort to prelvet ill cmnllimu- against the benlefcary of a rebate for
tion will te not emt i-leh-1 >but ini tLh at least twice the value of the rebate.
end vhldous, becaft o*f ih* ,icarlnpti Tlhsa would help Itop what Is really
for law which the fallu- v tel eiforv blackmail. Elevator allowances should
law inevitably prodoea I e1' eollr.0'.1- be stopped, for they havo now grown
tion lilns comw to etal. Just a,- lthe to such an extent that they are demor.
tri-des uha'o hba oOme to .,'. i. II aslting and are aIl as rehntes.
can do and hba doae roit g .ntl EKi'h Ptrlte Car Ltas.
should be favored I, l11U aHo It ,l 4,, All prTiate car lines. Industrial roadI
goIdl. BOt each abon,1 l w. hl11r:;. Ie",rtr or char"s and the like
checked where It aes a. inl.it lAw unld lbould be exprely put under the ao-
justlce. perrlalQ of tbe Interstto commoiit
Experience has abown e n' idrselsv jcommisIton or some similar body so
that It Is usc4es to try to ,K't lny ad.' far na rates and agreements practical-
quate re illation and Isup r\vi,,l ior ty alffectl rolee ar eooaered. A e-
thse (grett corporat)ionl I'? 'ate n' bate in icing chbar o a f ileage or St
tion. Buch regulation HallI muii'rv\le-in a divisioo of the rate for refrigerating
can only e eeffoc'vlry re\.rltI l i charges is Just ae pernlclous as a re-
sovereign wtoXe JrlldictioIn il* w-'\ bate In any other way.
teniivo with the field wrk icf the c':" There abould be publicity of the ac-
poratlons--that il. by the' iinliiim gt' ceunts of common carriers. Only In
erunent. I believe tiht tine rcirulntlii this way canl violations or evaionsa of
and supervision can be oltanliel b1. tI' the law be surely detected. A oyotem
enactment of law bjitle' inugrream If of examination of railroad aciuntar
this prove. Imposclb It to Iil Ivtnitn!v should tw provided similar to, that now
be neces arJ ltIy to confer In conducted Into the national banks by
fulklit frm sroe p'er utln the i the bank examiners. A few firt elas
tlonal government rtiruatilve railroad acrcontants. If thuy had |rop-
ment of the constituttM ar direction aid proper nuthorlty to l-.
The laws of the Oaelr'm.- nI if, of pIIt looks alnd paper,. could saconm-
several staten hitherto, >e ipnasil iutnI plah l much In preventing wllfull viola
by there our', bave slu'tlil torer t eit t loim of tli law.
In phowlhii ttt the int.rt lisi\ I', *mpore* e Usbilley Law.
Ipower In the matter th' i' lht t'P I In m y eianaltI suIIeIssaIe to Iltt I t 'i
tkMaol government bha i.., *r. in thiti elItith ngre at t i sa' Isll wiasui
there at litrent ext ei I #'% unirott cI rve,,ilonute.ai l the paesm.tl. ofi a1l Sani
unte co dklltlon of thinir- ti.ler lt t, plo e,' lial illyit) law for the. I)itrict of
thee jr rc it corporlltlot. elinx nn it f'|uoltlllla n,,id Iiinor u arl yi'art. I re
terstate busineiuI ocupN tlie it .lrio i o newere l tha retemimniicidailliln In my
saulhjcts without a so -reilsi. i,.:l .. uselsae to lthe I Fl'tl elghth caigrea at
any stnte govertnnent 'o)r the national its secoltld selsin tllm further *ugglstl
government having ffetrtlvrp ealmtrml d the appolntliont of a coninllasli to
over them. Our telady itcln should h make a coulirwheuslve atuily of em
by legailation. couilolrlly amd c.arlflt .i players' llalillty with a view to the wIo
undertaken, but r-"luately Ierlteric.l-l r actulast ,ot a wise, a) ( stl llttll)tuonal
hi. to assert the smo lignty of it? na law overl.llug the sUlajc t. iophlllIhabk toI
tonal IgverJl'netl It .tnm~ rntl n all lnsluntrie iethlin the w-s" it t, e
thi.t f.ledera il w,1r I ho e Ithat istIih a law
111a ia onl. tit f '"!Ii an Inll-vntrll, will w I prpiarr l iil euiartiwl ao spioe
in aublsame It 14 ''Iyf a r-.i-titin11 i l is -ulll|l6 "
for frorn the earl;'.. line n I, h ri!,i i her. aIns tieenr derniaid for l yprlving
tlon of IdtusItriaIl in t.vI, inm ta court of thel epto er tj tss u luiujelolem
ir'etonied la th -* .'iion ofl t.. Ine I lat Ilw diJpule ., Iluih Iia'lll lmitl-
nmaking bodks, an i tIll that I pr, p tin, of the equity powwr lof our ourtI
is to Inet the chl ,,:d onalltuirls ii would be most awlse It ls tre that
sucbh Laianr a *,l, lvtill I! evli olrl some judges bare itul d this power.
monweallth abdlcatlt rI the Ip er It h. e bot thble does at Jntify a IdenIal o the
always poesed, i only In this ceanI power Iay oe than I Iglo s proper ea.
try. but also lon I.iu Iis fore saill ,IW e o the power to olli a sttke by a
sar this cooatry I-ansme a separate n l r iteedr wesid JlMtity the dl k l tI
matts. right to trie Tha e rM Mdy to
SalaP4 Ia***e Ielrtle. reIguie te predar by r qu g the
As I aki In nay I ,eal of Ie S.. U d to give due m tke to thl dverre
leut the lUimalallt' il Wmust pre.itllla ptI e pslM e l u te WrIt. a I
s od ao far aa Ikg .- lol i coa enpW l -ela i to be e pt If ShLe ae4rse
IS t&khe aeOtUt-l. :,to law ,of one party de w t PP mt l. tItI Id

Ierweulmet Iotu 'i ,.Irr.oi alol t,.u -Pl e Ie spin tep Ieb tL 60 i It
Iatkt of tbe rirt t rged by %t. rtahlma d MMs bemad um Iae pIt pm'
roids of the coutr) elri, ad ia later I l tiota of I MW eysio"
stale trae i as s03". .umautly d ef th of aN p W. Ol IgeS Ii
fersttey porevet tieitapatt ofri e M a Mu. 't l 1 o
)Jt or earesona**'.- rates. It mst w9 U1 W t 5UM I s0"
tortude putttin a .- .p's, etop t r a mo tat" sft Ia lewdy at
ites la every **i..- *adm fotmrn. Th 1 dby AIb pewr to regulate ri(l, *ll imlahr I I -bio si.. -I mmod
power owr tte,- we.ldt, t sM IB ast a lM mamp ur1 en I
be estelied with a. 4dstelio, ctllra m b the depatei g f nf na
cad ett relratat. t M ould exist mais inr o a""l l redI
Wu I IIt ht. I.t tea I. .f* esw- WI ? e mo pd toP
whe th seems. r d**r a wM IJMsai aM ulbI
l y Jeet ee ipelst i Se a
prov1i wofrb so'v la J M l e IL filgIW i pe MWes Mi
la ss i that cnferrl, 1 Se VaS PrIsme itH

b aegs U se them gg hse we eset slad to
b a 4 It s l-iusm e of term, e ta '
et, saIt d tkbr I ) t IG,' I r t
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70 ARE KILLEi ;


300 WOUNDED


Out Compiany of Pontoon Bat
lihtilu MutilDIr.

TWO HU;iDRED SURRENDIERIO

The Troops F.rei on the Mutineer*
Who Returned the Fire and fled Al
ter a Volley from the Soldiert-Many
Were Wounded.
Ik'Illin, 1' A ll'lpIttci1 to the lIA
kni A1.14-'lk'l ~e it iL K 1 l' u i oi' i,,.'
i)ska, 1< I J. lst).*;
One coi upanly of a poutloxai hatltal(in
mutinild tlklay, and fully armed, t:h )
niarchelI tirou.l; the strets tr)tlu tu
oltair troops to Join theis.
T'.e p nlltieer corps did so.
Ti' iiiutineers, then 3.tn)0 strong,
cintiniiaet Ihtair iuarc.i Usulsal DrLake
Int order to prevent bloodlhrd subell
quienitly itlti;sow the (Cousarks an t
permiltte(d ULe nmrutinoMllr to pass.
keneral Drake made repoiatd and
kilnly efforts to persuade the mutln
ellk.lo abadlloin their foollhanry course
A part of thrn ouonplled when Uov
ranior (Jlaeral keolomitaff telephoonhe
asi order liar energetic measures be
lake agalnet the mutineers, and that
the latter ue fired upon at the Brst op
Iortunity The niitlnpers halted be
foei the barracks, whioh was called on
to jliu the marchers The dceiioinstra
t",n at tiuv barracks several of the
t'itinetrt lirel. wounding an oflier
aniI two or three soldiers.
T.e truop lthea fired lupon the mi-
tlit'rri, who returned the firv. antd fled
a'', r tSeral nourr vullrys (rum the

I'ta <- i'.i' altles on teeth .Ai*e* were
al at 711 .tI a, and :10) woiuni'llde
T ll' hlrii e'il of t11. mtnutllneri r finally
au. as1aid,1eel0 1

DISCUSS WOMEN AND BALLOT.

Thinks Men Shouli Be Reflned and
Women Not Vulgarired.
%,,w sork, tIe#- '1 I timi- laIng tre
i, \% ,> h IIt I L wlia' for wotalen Il
i,.1, ilau lill, "' aP th (ht 'iurch of
I. ltp It ro yri l' rlet si it lIr 1>. I '
tItri-r .uilol:
!t lI aiin, ai e qietilun f slliply right
is cqlial:ty lralti a a1an btl lbht'er
It i4, .i,! hi t1ro l 1 .I i ,t l ,'laity the
r'!'h of onuiit la 1 i er;oke w allreg5 ett .
rr (to esie r a, uii la 'ilgii tea t o s,. bit
I lam incllholl to Iellri c the woleO
wbh fido t '-P things creo i saone o0e
has pu' I' "Ni" Irn'lcniia sad If the
sc as arer lI *ej'qs led I wo1ld
rather I, re.r tasn" h reflaig the
ean 'as.il ii '. v is'arllig of womes
W\404ll a ,li *s elllst alter tlltch
Toe I' '.i r 1",Il woiiCs Vot. iecw
und *oaa A. *1 i4ld ala Ikemeilves
nf Iho pftlr'i : i ! '" t bed WOme
manell I 1, rieep.i.llittlee whlek
w*ti I iltlrbllyh folow thisi advlae of
.,rnn um Lean that hkeeeartl l es
II It loll torl rpsepfast hy any ea
lin I haer e.l lu I e fule hfll osetime
*i.-i.htip *moil Imakils gl a
:- I .l a *n eoli make bhr mere I ma
*? 4a a e fr.- ',,' drlvellas Ittle ,idd4ke. Welk
;*,,r trre il up la Ime's elolthIng I.
,i a tei to I*ll ye wIts disagt, bet
mas lek l oas, 9pid lneI Jells
,.r n* fr l espertaig ay upaiclo lete
I M.rnil4 wy sumetilag sot o tLhe
proper tool

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CIRCUIT GOURT


* Anthony Plte Convicted of Ag-
graated Amault.


NUMEROUS


OTHER


CASES


A. W*re Disposed of at Tuesday's Sea-
'ale' -Waton Murder Case Will
Probably Come to Trial Thursday.
Special Venire to be Summoned.
The ei*euit court convened at 9
o'Oloek Tuesday morning ar d the fol-
oIWrog eases were disposed of:
State vs. Anthony Polite, aggrava d
saaoult. Defendant arraigned 'nd
pleaded not guilty. Jury called and
sworn, evidence and argument sub-
mitted and verdict retnrned Af guilty.
State vs. Fletcher Watson, murder.
Prisoner brought into co ,t, when the
courtordered a special veoire of 88
Jury men, said venirto to be returned
Thursday morning at 8:80 for the trial
of this case.
Case of the State vs. Lillie McMillan,
charged with selling liquor in a dry
county, was continued.
State vs. Alex Woodward, selling
liquor in a dry county, nol pressed.
State vs. Jack Sharp, assault with
Intent to murder. Prisoner arraigned
Sand pleaded not guilty. Case was oon-
Sinned,
The civil docket was then taken up
and the case of L. C. Gracy vs. the At-
lantle Coast Line, trespass on the oase,
i damage $2,000, was brought on for
trial. The jury was sworn ai.d part of
the evidence submitted, when the
court adjourned until 9 o'clock
Wednesday.
The following jury has been empan-
elled for the week: L. F. Osteen, J, F.
C.olter. D. A. Miller. 0 W. Dies@a. H


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We think of nourishment
as food-meats, soups, vege-
tables, etc.,.but that's only half.
It's not the food alone that
counts but the good that we
get from food that furnishes
nourishment. A pound of
steak i' of less value to a
weak omach than a crust of
breacis to a strong digestion.
But weak stomachs can be
inde strong. Begin by eat-
/'ng less; have regular hours
for meals; avoid fancy things
and about a half hour after
eating take a tablespoonful of
Scott's Emulsion. It's a fact
of medical history that people
have lived on not much else
but Scott's Emulsion for a
long time-not only lived but
gained flesh and recovered
their strength and health.
From the pure Norwegian
cod liver oil to the last drop
of glycerine, Scott's Emulsion
contains just the strength-
giving and health-building
elements needed for low vital-
ity, weak digestion and poorly
nourished bodies.
SCOTT &a owni, 4o, Perl t., New York.

NEWBERRY NONSENSE.


Small Business Engaged In By Some
One Who Hadn't Much to Do.
Editor Suns Please find enclosed
"nottiae" fnr nubhliilionn :


LON CROP.
McLendon and Wifnlam Company WIN
Plant Hundreds of Acrs.
Amoog the visitors to Gainesville
Monday was W. T. MeLendon of Ala-
chat, she bogs watermelon grower of
Alahos aoooty. While Mr. McLeon
don does not pretend to know any
more thal a melon grower ooght to
know, the products of his farm have
always enjoyed a reputation as being
of extra quality, with the result that
he ba profited thereby.
Mr. MeLendon states that he pro-
poses to begin planting waermelons
at the usual spring time. and will put
in 100 arer, his usual crop. He states
that the Dr. Williams Company, ex-
tenive growers, propose to plant this
year about 900 acres of watermeloos
ond 400 aeres of cantaloupes, on their
platation near Alachna. This will
give employment to a large force of
band.
INJURY TO A LAD.
Young Grover Osteen Fell From
Roof of House and Broke Leg.
Information has been received in
this eity of a serious accident in which
young Grover Cleveland Osteen, the
13-year-old son of J. H. Osteen, who
resides in the northern section of the
county, near Fort White, sustained a
broken limb and from which he nffer.
ed a great deal. *
Young Osteen, it appears, was on
the roof of a choose which was being re-
shingled, when his foot slipped and be
was precipitated to the ground, a dis-
tance of several feet. His left leg was
broken Just above the ankle. Dr. Get-
sen of Fort White was summoned and
set the broken member and at last oe-
counts the victim was resting as easily
as could be expected under the air-
cumstances.
In Mad Chase.


-. . .- .. - -- ... p -..---.w..
M. Baker, B. W. Wals., J. H. Osteen, .. Millions rush in mad chase after
MR Bekhamr, B. W. Waits, J. H Ot "NOTICE. health, from one extreme of faddism
R iF. B lkham, J. T. tokes, L "A PLAY AT OCATIRa' HALL ON Trl rto another, when, If they could only
Hll Joe Noble E K. FaNIGHT r DacI.Bns 88. eat good food, and keep their bowels
WON PRIZE AND DIPLOMA. "TITLz: regular with Dr. King's New Life Pille,
"BALLUSHIPPIBLUCIEABBYSHIG- heir troubles would all pass away.
C.O. Pedrick, Manufacturer of Bug- ATION. Prompt relief and quick lcre for liver
glee, Received Recognition. "Stag Director, Mrs. Thomas Me. and stomaeb trouble. 260 at all drug
Len.. stores; guaranteed.
0. 0. Pedriek, the buggy and wagon Leod. stores; guaranteed.
manufatourer who had an exhibit at "Queen of the Play, Miss Mattle Important Notice.
the State Fair, was honored by the T hppra lle,a.,December 195.
judges in the form of the first prise in "Kng of the Play, Thad Wood. We wi ill, o timely., D mber 1, 1.our
hi line, whib was a ash premium of "lot. A dance by Mr. May and Mrs.ptros, both g d eleere, that
W8 and a blue ribbon and diploma. Frederick. patrons, both gs and el ie, that we
Mr. Pedriok did not exhibit a wagon, "d. A song and dance by J. 0. have found It absolutely neeeary to
B lt ras dfi e "JobsIn hl h.s White and D. May. adopt a new system. Beginning on the
bto f Je f jobs" In high-grade "8d. A eatalogue by Albert Mills, first day of Janary, 1906. we will dis-
bges of hirs own an fatre, w h Will hapman, Rollie Osteen. Dr. pens with aollector and adopt the
e diplayd inthe Alchua b ounty T e x Newman and Oscar Zipporer. system of maDilg the bills to every
hibit in the main building. This x. "ih A song by Ira J. Carter, Mir customer and all bills will be due and
hibi twa one of h most attrate on PerlHenderson, Mi Mati uy and payable at oar ooeon or before the
the grounds and wai admired by o. Clark Weeks. 10th day of the month or 10 per cent
oryone who undeortood and apprlci-
eron something d ood o n abu The o 6th. A song by the cla--('After will be added, and i sot paid on orbs.
tlad some thlng eood in bng In. Th o B al'). a Afore ths h 0th int. the gas and electric
judges had no hesitancy In award- s service will b disoltnued and oneh
Ing him the first prise, as they realied "bh. A solo by Mrs. E. T. Hender- servi will bo dirontiuod oad one
l good io ge l Thre is a e* a e dollar oharg will be colloeted for re-
that the goods deserved it. on.Hnd. onneating rvice. We ar not re
Mr. Pedrie ieehledine oakinglro oand T. I. Wood. sponsible if bills are not received
thr ales t rthe Fair, hence only two ."th. The o sing address by T. M. through the postoffloe, as they will be
bugglei were returned to (ilnesville. Klueid." regularly mailed. This rule applto to
Friends of this enterprising manu- This notion ws written as an insutI vry*gas and elaitrio light consumer.
facltuer are congrtulatiln him upon to good caue. The Christian people Therefore be governed accordingly, as
his osoee. of the town have instituted plays for this system will be, rigidly enforced
MIETING OF CITY COUNCIL. the benefit of the town and the public sad the allowing rates for electric
good In general. Ther Is a certain wl. curru t will be in effect January 1t,
But Littl Bualinesa Was Transacted e meant lhathas no future welfare at 100o:
by th Municipal Lgislature. heart foror their's or no others' slor or o0.000 wait and under, 15o per M
The City Council convened In regular brother and ar laying the foundation watts
monthly session at the city hall Mon. for hundreds more to walk in the ame 80,000 to 200.000, 12o per M watt.
day evening, but the meeting was de. path 200000 to 800,0110,. 10 per M watts.
void of anything of espeilal interest, Can a town with sueh notices tacked 8,00,0 and over. 8 per M watts.
very little business being trainate" on the postofflee easement promise Special rates made for power pur.
oexept the payment of monthly billsl. anthitig but destruction to its po- urinating gas. 2 per
the filing of a few offlorvreports, and ? Nwberryt has had a hard chaace* Fuel gas, $2 per .
the passgo of a resolution Inoreasing to gruw. It ii baked by a phosphbai A decont of 10 per cent if bill is
the salary of J. E. Mothers, driver of territory uneeelled in the South. By pid on or before 10th of each month.
the firecsd partnenrs, Respefsfuros31 to pvolng es de e apally.
the flr department, from 86 to 46 tiolating the laws of the country, a@- (lAINlSVLLe GAS & 9LCTRTC Prwii
per month. It was ihe shortest session lug Sunday for a business day, "hWldI I COMPANY
of the council known In many months. tiger" for maintaining homes, it --s
now t lak.ned rad sMarled by the ar- CASTOR pA
Ulneral OILchrist Her. riot crows that pry on the e arelesseSO R I
Amoug the p minrnt visitor tothi f h of that which was one pur. 8. d a~ Usael m ottm
illy Tuesday was lion Albert W\. (il. A
hrist of Punts (onlrda.one of the N ear Fluttering.W MN
omt( widely kniowsa di motl promi. I'andigesed food f ad gas In thestoma. t ,e ,u -
neat and progresive citizens ,of onuth aeli, 1 loiatd Just below the heart, go Oe d
Florida. iUneral (iilchrnst rtFpr.,*nt. p rrF es against it and euee heart par
.t1 Ilesto county in the ollOse of pit aiion. When your heart tsroablke
lepler elrnative in the l ss I.lsla-s Iyou in that way tale oHerble afor r a Aslistan U. I. LEtgr i eaed.
lure, and had tho honor and disnine- few days. You will sooa be all ri Lt. Mmpkaa. Due. .-" a WWII&n
ion of beingul eletd speaker of the keb a bottle. Sold by W. M. Juobha m. M. tkr aslalLt UaMif State es
Houset, which duty he performed with - .- gia wth b f ra i sm--emah
oeffliertey and impartiality. lie hasl oaboed Parlor Ca'4. 4led ti toreym hdi relrvd o
been spoken of favorably by n.ny a I Thb Seaboard Air Line opearae but- a wmeassTnot 1 bOa te swn' di
tlhe belt eaindidrld o toe l)emhraste fea pluilor ar botw Waldo ad ga Te 4r l la w~
MtIke for (orvrnor. and when asked T Tamp O an tralo living Waldo that l a BN
hbolt the p tiabilitl of his making rn 11e1t with the oring mol trlloa rfmo ll- am l aitds
Shef goul-.naturedly rrplied that (alevioilel. l H .,
he bad not yet annoaneed himself I
3 i betlng a lawy 0r of bro'd s pt. "_ ... .. . ....
Uasre, general tiik'krietI r61. 6alt I. "% Are r boeti nguo ?"r HI
eOeea real li tale owner il i-llSouv, l iam tthast tdaly csn of the
--e octo r bowels is asb-seetly aoeewal a
A OsarewasN d Cure For Pir.et be'th. Then pat yew aUver ai
1tching. blind. Me*diag. prosrudg a4d As OW r o *Wet regular l by atka
pile. DrI e a m sasxor.sdt t, emIll lastt W l Avr' Pri.
l ed moeet y to i.t~. t I i ImENt o..
hIe to @vriin to 1Idays .


LES L


NIP
-DEALERS NJ"'.,


Ud"I
Nos, 511-519
BAY STREET,
/
JACKSONVILLE,
FLORIDA.


Sfgets for Pabst lwaukeo Bleerb
Export, per bbl, 10 doz, $11; per dos, $1.25
Blue Ribbon, per bbl, 10 do, $12; per doz, $1.50
Jung's COlcialtl Red Heart Beer.
Per bbl, 10 doz, $9; per doz. $1.

We pay freight or express charges
on the following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........5 00
12 full quarts ........12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 20
12 full quarts ....... 12 00
EARLY TIMES,,Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bottled in Bond Under Government Saperrviln.
4 'unl quarts, del .... 400
6 full quarts ........ 5 50
12 full quarts ...... .10 75
BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7
V 'SYears Old:


v-vy' 4 full
6 full
12 full
SHERIDAN CLUB:
4 full quarts ...
6 full quarts...
12 full quarts ...


quarts
quarts
quarts


3 20
4 56
900


2 75
400
800


We are dealers in everything in the
Liquor line Whiskies, Gins,
Rum and Wines from
1.50 to 6.00 per gal.





ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
(IX.oorpoz. sdl
E. E. VOYLE, MGR.
Abetrnae of Title and full information furnished renrding lands la t

county. Our manager ha lived in this eountr thirty years sa
is thoroughly eonvernant with land titles

E. E. "VOY 7LE,
FIRE, AOCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURBAIN. Repo
eating a number of prominent Amerlean and Eanlish ompeials,
REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOA B.
G-aize.l11e : a E'loridLa
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H.F.DUTTON&CO.
---DEALERS IN-

Sea Island Ootton.

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

Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved Engli b
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for S8ite.
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, US A
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Retaoersn ad Jobben in


Staple and Fancy Groceris,

n-, rAine ed mid FizwM &.
SOUTH 1SDE SQUARE. OAINESVILL. FOIWDA
Highesl uariketr pri* ad for Chiakeh. Egs and o4her P wtdell

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 6, 1905


NEWS OF CITY AND
COUNTY CONDENSED


Mrs. J: H. Medlil and children hlav
Ratarned from a visit to their former
Iome, Meaedih. Mrs. Medlin i- re-
ding here now, the' el ildrn eheitg ri-
Vila of the U nivurit) rdled audd
iglb School.
J. 0. Osteen of Donnie, the effiient
yiember of the Board of County Cam-
S;mia oirn from that district, is in the
'ciy lin astlednee upon the regular
t' loatbly meeting of the board. He
' sade The Sun a friendly call yester.
day.


My, how we grow! November sales
of Blue RI'bboo Lemon and Vanilla
Extracts exceeded by far any month in
the history of our business. Follow the
crowd. G0O Blue Ribbon Extracts and
give your deserts the famous "Blue
Ribbon Flavor."
Remember the rate to Jacksonville
over the Seaboard on account the Con-
iedbrate Veterans' reunion. Tickets
on sale December 12th and for the
morning train of the 18th, good return.
ing December 16th, only 01.70 for the
found trip. See Mr.Cobb. 5t
Friends of Miss Alma Fennell, who
has been quite Ill for the past few
days, will be gratified a* the informa-
tion that her eooditqlo is slightly Im-
proved, although shd is not oonlidered
out of danger. It is hoped that her
complete recovery will soon be noted.
We are in a position to furnish first.
elass bean, euke and lettuce hampers,
also cabbage and eanatloupe rates
promptly a reasonable prices, and
guarantee promp$ shipment on all
contracts. Ship on either A. 0. L. or
S. A. L. railroads. Williston Mann-
factoring Oo Williston, Fla. dawtf.
J. E. Thrasher, one of Micanopy's
leading eitisens and business men, was
in the city Monday and made The Sun
an agreeable and profitable eall. Mr.
Thrahber, who has been condoeting a
general store for several years, bh
also assocated himself with Dr. H. 0.
Crawford, and these gentlemen will
shortly open a drug store.
Remember the old reliable Seaboard
pale jou in Jacksonville on time.
Qaiaiket and moat direct route from
Oageeoville. On account of the Con-
,ederate Veterans' reunion, tiekete
-will be on eole on December 12, and
for the morning train of the 18th,
good to return until and Including
December 16, only $1 70 for the round
'trip. Cheaper than walking. See Mr.
*Oobb.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ward and little
daughter and V. F. Hasard have ar-
rived from New Haven, Conn., and
ate pleasantly located with Mrs. Pou-
line Mollvane, 108 N. Arredondo
street. They are here for the winter,
lad so far are well pleaded with the
Mlity. Mr. Ward states that he may lo
eate here permanently. He Is a prom.
*iaealt eotrator and builder of New
Havean.
Ma Julia Load, a fielasting young
lady of Jaksonville who ha beea on a
rief vieit to Mrs. Raeshel Halle, has
returned to her home. Miss Load at-
4eaded the hooee party at the Nailo
homestead saturday and Sauday,
where he rwas oe of the Iugaet of
beOor. She is a yoong lady poseaeewd
4f a meit eatertsniaia mature, aed has
asy admirers among the young aso
ieety folks here
It s understood that Wi. Lymeb,
whr reeemUy lost hie swmill plaot at
Orove Park by fre, will rebolid at
eane. The mill was a small oe. bat
thaee she sola a peaette to baow
gten that Mr. Lyas piepoo to re.
hlae is with as upto-4ase pleat with
* eMttoa esaaecy of IU.)O fO t of
asmeeeaable lsmber. There is as
edr.daee of fle timber la the vie9l
lty of Grove Park.
Dr. sad MKr. D. 8 Soee left Min.
dl er Mmauiee oaty. whaee abe
rnmer ee hb beem lterats. hey
Ull renmths It Seth Florida eail the
tbeaasiag of she Fliedr Wlater Ule
cefewr e la i ti eity la Febroary.
Dr. Stese is ah fSa her of Rev Clar-
mc I. tr esN, the aeed evsliecs
Who te w rrtg saipi ap o t o
eth. r.Dr. ree, aetened g e
aear. a rt. J 1isee. ee Jue
img a* re.*aieleiues ef Iemems
a sEiauag Methoded Chesuh tM
i ae .a el c oi.


- m ar IQ a esesei r-
ag wnages tha ereep epm ae

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PALE FACES


By Some Thought to Denote
ment.


Refine-


"^ l'hat n mistake*! T.i *A,,* of re.
'je:i, it In ;i s- fI c .e- nelotlr :--l, ity.
"A bloodlves faee indicated anaemia
or impoverished blood, pure and aim.
pie.
"What is the result? A weakened
condition of the entire system, the de.
velopment of homore, dirtiguring
eruptioul, and finally a general col.
lapse.
"We wish your paper would tell
every man, woman and ohild in Gainer.
ville-yes, and every old person, that
we are o sure that our famous cod
liver oil preparation, Vii ol. (delicious
to taste and without oil) will make
rich, red blood, create strength and
restore them to a normal condition,
that we will pay for all the iuol they
take if it does not sueeeed.
"Why ar e sosuare? Simply be-
cause Vinol contains in a highly con*
centrated form all of the vital, medi-
cinal priooiples of codPliver oil actual.
ly taken from fresh cods' livers and
without the uaelaen system-cloggin
oil to opset the stomach and retard its
work.
"Vinnl in a natural manner will tone
up the stomach, make rich, red blood
and strengthen every organ In the
body to do its work as nature intend.
ed. We do not ask the people of
OainesvIlle to take our word for it, but
simply to try Vinol on our guarantee."
W. M. Johnson, Druggist.


principal the woman made her eecape
and eams to Gainesville, where she
was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Oran-
ger upon instructions from the author.
cities of Columbia county Sheriff Por-
via left on the night train with his
prisoner for lake City.
Dr. J. B. 8. Holmes and party of At-
lanta, Ga., who are enjoying the nov-
elty of a fox hunt at Kanaptha, have
been remarkably slueeeaful so far.
They suceeeded In captoring two foxes
alive Monday night, which furnished
fine sport. Dr. Holmes, who was in
the city for a few hours yesterday,
states that he proposes to carry the
foxes captured here to his home In
Georgia. He wa here last year, and
In one week rseeeded in capturing
eight foxes, which he took to Oeorgia,
released, and gave his friends the op-
portunity of a chase.
"Crowded house greeted the Great
Barlow Minstrels at the Alhambra
Theatre last night and at the matioee
yesterday," ays The Milwaukee Sen-
tinel, "and the realization of a good
show was far beyond expectations.
The performance is snappy and enter.
taking throughout. the onmrs new and
rendered in fine stye, and the efforts
of the comedian are of tse nsrt that
do not leave a bad taste after listenlag
to their funny stories and up-tn-drte
'eoon' song "-At IEdwards' Opera
House on Monday evening.
Attention is called so the notes of
the (aineeville Oas and Electrie Power
Company. whik appears elsewhere ai
this paper. and which is of Iateresl to
every consumer of gl or electriefty In
the elty. On January 1, 1108, as en-
tire eew system will be Ieaegerated
by this company. There will aloe he
some obargee la the elerial forem.
George I. (o*g. the seperiatedestt, will
devote his entire time to outewtde ork
aAd the affairs as the power hoee.
while W. B Higdoe will aeome the
=mareet of th i es* a d l all elert-
al r T. The service of a iolletoer
will be diaensed with, and all bills
will be payable at the ole of the
eompasy.
Remarkable Cure.
"I waI mt afillet"d with e*atca."
writesZ d C oud. Iwamville. Sdgerta
Co Ku.. "oua sghet a o eresehoe
Sal s"Gerla a deal of palo I waI
adoi d to try Malard's 8ow Li4s-
Mes. wlhis relieved me I ue*d
thioe at boetal It is the greeI e
hatIest I eer used Have rsee-
meeded i so a er of per"e.
All exseme theieolve aIe Mg bese
d fay s. I walk aItheS

IILN gIVy W. IL Mkbimn.

The Of tof Deaiml sM D2 W
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-4 Ve"ei s as a am vk s Salo
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W a s a aw eeawe"

6010~cl


WANTS REWARD RAISED
For the Apprehension ot Those Who
Sell Liquor Without License.
Editor Seun : 1Sice th,' p,. tedlr' c'p
of the recommendation 'f il.' 'aiied
jury ai(pear, d in 'T e '- in, I inre
t ik~e d ,, ~ any people .* *. i i.
The lar -'m nmaj.rity of al i I, 1 rrpokcii
to regret that our la*, cra id jury
made any sch reeomrnr.dttiion It
appears to most people tn thi. way :
If we have a law it I'n thetter be
enforce-d If it is not eanforced it hie-
comes worse than no law at all.
From the nature of the, cane it is
difficult to secure sufficient evidence
against men who are ~l;inr ilntoxi-
canta illegally to eonvici tlcem. This
being the cas unless there is some
special Incentive no shrtiff or deputy
is pgoin to run the risk of personal in-
jury and go to the trouble to follow up
such eases until he has -erctred evi-
dene sotcient for connection. As
soon as the offlqer of the law become
indifferent "blind tigers" would be.
come numerous at every cross-road
and our county would be in a worse
state than during the tiIme when men
were licensed to sell.
Bo, sinne the eonty lha. been voted
dry, it is the earnest w:h of na ny of
the best eitslean that the law be rig-
orously enforoed, and the only way to
have this special law tffectivr is to
have all the oMeers ot the law con-
stantly on the alert.
I have taken the trolile, to peak to
a large majority of th:' Ipeople of this
section, and the most of them, espe-
eially the eitisesa who own property
and pay taxes are dresrous that the
county oommiesioaers should increase
the reward offered for the conviction
of "blind tigers" rather than take it
off, or Ia any other way discourage the
sheriff and his deputies 'n their at-
tempt to carry out a, d maintain tie
law. 0i A. lvt a.
Windsor, December 4, 1.)6
Had a Big Hunt.
A jolly party of Fort White hunters.
comprising J. H. anil W. P. (stloen,
Jr., Milton and Chappell Ellis, Thos.
Pitts. Will Millican arid John Tonmp.
kins, spent four or five days in the
wilds of LaFayett eca inty, along til
lowanne tver, on a hunting trip last
week, and were very successful, having
sueeeeded in killing three deer, a cou-
ple of wild torkey and numerous quail,
squirrel and other wild game.
J. H. Oseen. wh i was in (iainesville
Monday, states that the forests are
alive with deer, bear and turkey, and
that the party enuiil have killed more
had they desired A number of hunt.
*ra are eamping along the ,Suwannoe
river this season.
LaGrippe ard Pneumonia.
Pneumonia oftl full lagrsppe.
but never follows <.t .e of Foleoy'
Honey and Tar. It our*" lagrlppe,
sought and preverit pneumonia and
oonaumption. A*k fIor I'.,ly' i oney
and Tar and refuse. tray sub(itute of,
forced Mr. (ii \ cah.r 167 O)lfod
street, Chieago. or el: "My wife had
asevere eseof lfirippe tirer year*
ago and it left ,..r with a terrible
eoeib. She tried a bottle of Voley'a
Ho1ey cad Tar siit it gave Immediate
relief. A 80.enl tttle eered her enough
eitlrely." R.e ,ul subetItutle. J. W
MeOollm A ('rona,,'y.
Cemie to Gaieoeville.


It Rev. Alesar>d r Walten, A M ,
D. D. pee.ediuur ,.lhop of the South
Florida Ooaferer,, of the A M I.
Zlo Ch reh, will rlNweh at Olrhato
ObIpel A M E. /,oe Chreb. Toe-
day igkl. 1p ,e' Ieamber 13-18.
IMU. The peop- *", g oeral are eor-
didljy Ieited tio r- pIa P s ad hear
b great huerchr.uaaaud lbsNpo of
Imahsed right s I* tI ale pretdesl
of the Afro.-Amerrs (Coueil


AU eerte have f led t1 Sed a bat
oe sreody for eno.)a saoe sad lose
eeSbclo tUa Y,,.- omIe Oy and Ta..
Isteop sie a* e PS sthe Ieps ad
prevent i 0 r08 il" froma OasM.
J. X. PareOe. %mia.b, low*, vrh i
"Las swsI I sed a bed se W omy
-eep sad as Iat s half a does
-eveamsd emsse I st&db sad had
- mlmlsieam t.o phhile wish.
estNohper***A. Mtod..-
i Ir ',s N io id 11

a -IeSoe gabe"u J w. MO
ti s e seeMI v aW. UI.

O s DVWwllyV POt 8 21
S h-- a s w Bofr -se pa


w


The Rustle of SILK


Is the 11ll-mark otf a well-dressedl
womlln, and thent it sounds good to
men. Fori that andl other' reoaons we
desire to cill vor' at tention to a few
Specials that can't be duplicated any-
whore in Florid(h tor tihl ,oev:
to


8i;-inoh Black Peani de Soie Silk, r"egnt.
lar price C lT7, ()now .................

:1.iinch Black Pea:u (e S)ie Silk. legu-
lar prices $1.5o., . .............

8.6inch Black Tatfeta Silk, regular
lritu I$1 40, 110W ...................


3r6.inch Black Talteta Silk,
price $1.2.5, now......... .


regiilair


One piocie BI (Ik ,ilk (enadine 1-1 ill.
choLer widecpglular price n1.o)w, 110W..


One pies' Black Silk
hies wide, regular


G.


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(ienadine,
price $1 75,


44 in.
110now..


.$1.29


.$1.19
JIM


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72c


.$1.26


HYDE.


Matablltuam lU67ts


BL. E' D~TTTO~ & CO.


B.MHZBRS.

Uo .a gaeral hashkta babuaarbeey. by ad &U reefts bad Desevesa Ijbsees.
The oeewmpb of beook. beashrs. ouireswen s. f ers.n mereheso. sad uastor
ro"Ifeld ues I arrnlbetas. arofeIofa ef e i tomsebsad e 00 eia0 a ciso s
eeeePal au INtbie a 0 1UIC40


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Eftlctlve May A. 1905.


I Toeibek Trasls Vm4 U4 No.


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v anvasuan, li. My
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Ar Cheulotecvill aft. MR
Ar aWckagies.. Isle. It


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lowpiag Oatran rTampsspaaaJ maseou. At lioirve.ufI, All 1P.M
fOW to o~5w YorkAI austbr n
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Mnown Sl1104pOa Cer aks"e viiI. ,i Ilmce1 a. VP Bl.g b our p Io
Now York.r cloviesloa.d, 1 40 rear
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At )tfl"Ilv. Tounk 4(r 1IrA
At Uplh FllsrArk
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A I iI VAL AT J ACKS8NVUJL
lpmseew York, Webiasom. eeMe "WuinlugOe cWdVIerOId. L-
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4 THE DAILY SUN: GAINrSeI FLOkM)A. DECEUMEB 6, 1905


DAI LY


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b n re at the PMW Uiee ao lnisavale. nst.,
oNeoels mll stser.
SL H.. MoC AURT..... Editor and P~bll.sher
W.. A T.......... .AalAwociste Editor.
ms 'JU mIt.u .......... ... cityr .mtor.
S LO J. BRUNHY, L.en'l Iraveilin Agent.

IM.lP WITT..... Supt. Compofilna Rooms.
OFFICE: I'ORTER BLOCK.
SlW. Main street, S. rTLL~PHtoo 4)4
w -- DAILY t', puIblished every morning ex.
4 Monday, delivered by carrier in the city, or
ltled to any part of the United States, postage
*r. .,for$5ayear:; 5.50 bix months: 1I.25tthree
omths; or y cents for five weeks-strictly in
advance.
Reading noticerin local column to cents a line
bor brat insertion, and 5 cents for ech additional
lmsertion.
Rates for display advertising made known on
applic tion.
1 The Twice--Week Sun is an eight-page, forty.
eolimn paper, published every Monday and
' Thuieday, and coUtains all the mews of the
week, local, State and general, and will be
a iled, postage free, to any part of the United
States or Canada, for Si.ou year-in advance.
SAt advertising bills become due after irst
Slpearance of advertisement, unless otherwise
tipulated in contract. Parties not known to us
Sl be required to pay for advertising in ad-
s llMi. Address, THR DAILY St'N,
GAIMVUJ.. PFLA.

SSlitpion wanted at modest salary.
Appl]o Richard McCardy.

Governor Broward and State Chem-
l t Ros are on a tour of Inspection of
the Everglades.

The railroads will have no cause for
Ilarm regarding rates at this session.
Walt until after the holidays at least,

Mr. Armour is said to have loes
$,000),000 on wheat. That will be sad
news for the meat consumers, who will
be expected to make it op.

The assertion that the Italians that
ee locating in Teons are golng to vote
the Repoblioan ticket is another proof
that 0e1ll Lyon ha not lived in valid.

Dosa' stop and growl at your look.
E ep oe working ad* thing will
o**M*, but look wor't have nythlug
Swdoirth It. Doa't depend oa look,
for ploek is the word.

While be does aot ay so in that
mean words, Soeretary Wilson leaves
the inferenoe that the Republlean
S' party deeerves the credit for the
world's reord-breaking crops.

Daytona is getting ready for the win.
tUr business. The postoftlee has added
9 n ew look box,, the East Coast Rail-
way has a new freight warehouse and
the southern EIprep s Company has a
ew agent._____

The Wsbington Poet says if Miss
Roosevelt had been offered an elephant
she would have been compelled to take
\ It. She could have disposed of it to the
0. O. P. It apparently needs a new
elephant since the last election.

Wathlntonx the eapital of the oUn-*
ted 8tate. has a colored population of
ninety thousaud, more than any other
olty in the world, atli New York C0ity
follows with *evenly thousandand Chl-
eago third with thirtyHfive thousand.


Major Gordon W. Lillie. "Pawnee
Bill" has sold hs wild west show to a
0adios0te of show men for $lli).~f.
Major will return to his btrflo ranch
at Pawnee. 0 T to )nuage in the
Walking of the now Irarly extinet lbut.


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

President Rooevellt's annual mes-
sage to Congress is a very moderate
state deocum'nt on all subjects, even
the reform so devoutly to be wished.
He esutiouuly approaches tOe subject
of corp'ratmtuas ad trade unions, evi-
dently rariii their power, and hasthe
sanmrn trvi-*on railroad rate legi4.a-
tion as he presented a year ago. believ-
in I a comr4,spion should be appointed,
and in cases where the rate is exorbi-
tant to establish a limit in maximum
and minimum rate,, so that no favor-
itism oea be shown.
Private car lines and refrigerator
ears, he suggests, should be pot under
the control of the Inter-State Com-
merce Commiuion and a system of zx-
aminalion of railroad accounts estab-
lished. The department of commerce
and flbor needs investiAltion and the
condition of women in itdostry should
have attention, to check any cause for
disturbance in the social life of the
country,
The matter of insurance is brought
forth as needing qricter and more uni-
versal regulation, and when State su-
pervision is inadequate to make it a
National subject
He does not say much on the' tariff,
expressing a desire to stand by the old
rates, yet he hints at reciprocity. He
aska for economy in the public service,
a larger volume of money for legit-
imate business, investigation of the
business methods of the departments,
and does not want money from corpor-
tlions for campaign purposes.


A peace conference at The Hagoe is
desired, the strict enforcement of the
Monroe doctrine to protect our small
republic, and nor fostering care ex-
tended to Santo Domlngo.
The army and navy are praised, a big
navy is recommended, a federal bu-
reau of naturalization and more ex-
acting qualifications for citisenthip.
He wants plenty of immigrants of the
right sort, and expreoue soeh a desire
for them that he sl willing the govern-
ment should help pay the freight by
hinting strongly at lubsidiaing some of
the struggling teamship lines.
The Philipppes s should bavr more
attention given to agriculture and less
time to war, and the Dingley tariff re-
daeod except on sugar and tobaeoo,
and he wants the taxes In Hawaii re-
dosed.
The Panama eanal ia all right and
feasible whether at a sea level or with
looked, the sanitation all right and
the only thing needed Is money.
The message is not quiet as stiff.
backed as the people had looked for.
It won't frighten the Senateor Hooae.

DIDN'T EXPECT TO.

Speaking of noteworthy trees we
rie to remark that Florida has more
than one specimen of the plane tree of
Asia Minor, so loved and admired by
the Romans-whish was worshipped in
Aal for centuries. Hearing of a par.
sieularly fine specimen Xerxe
marched two days out of his way to
see It, and forty thousand soldiers of
his Immortals stood In its shade at
noon. But beautiful and remarkable
tree are so common la Florida that
when The Oaineoville Sun gives In the
list of them it does not even mention
the plane trees of Flortda.-Times.
Union Short Talks.
Blele you, man, The Sun did not at.
tempt to give a list of the beautiful
trees and plants ln Florida. We oaly
desired to show that Florida has an
rare flower and plane as grow in
Califorals. Being Just a little bis
"eheoty" on Florida, believing It to be
the bet State in the Union, we objeec
to people yarping about what OCailor.
nia is. bhaa ad expeet* to have, ete
We dun't take a back eat for health
and when it eomes to reeoore Flor-


file.. Ida ranks amoan the top-notehers.

Governor P'ennypacker urrialiy Evangelit Nonrworthy ls holdla
ieid over es ping 'he shot that was viTva metiang at the pringflold M
ailUd at him by a hunter who milriok Adist Church, Jaekoevilll. an
him for a "rablit Wonder >w the Iua-elIn with greSat so"Ue. 1I
rabbit would ferl if he know h.e hd thoulgt he may ot save some of
b iat for ovrowople of that eoburb.
p9aker? M ~ Ths
w-,w *"'
lubrt


LImIea uaerls that the t iUied


leth.
4k Is
ts is
the


Ve of Or Ono mIJUd red Ibullwn P. I


6ates hbe neitier a tinaneial or Jdplo. ward for any eae of estarrb that sa-
mals maeest io the priest situatihuo not tO eured by Hall's Osatrrh Oum.
I Tuhrke Poethly not, but L.udoe. F. J. Ma spa & Co..Toledo. O.
WiU Si" allow us to gratify our ou. ~'e. the undereiard. have knows F.
rW Olty hllint round ti lthe nilgh. J Chesey for the s 1l year., aad be-
boseekm -ge as there's a srp in Irve0 him perflety 0 honorable is aU
p r bW. bunas tremasaeletm ad la*mtia
-- a ble to eary out any ablipatkmo mde
This is I n ibe a great awuterr for byhis Arm.
IhesrY y d W dsp i CougrerW&ratuseI, I&lm& 6 Maart.
eeretary M- does Sot wPans Halal' sct, (a ke lasar-
mg -w stfdi-p the Peeadent ally. msbamg 4lSu th len
ras nsevea the, 06*e0ra 1 b and ain1se01 48 the
*taayybivthfte Itl
lo "M asyt p r5liB On


INDUSTRIAL EDITION.

The GOtineaaHe Snn eame oat In a
magnoioant industrial edition Bon-
day, whieh did the piper great credit
and will do the county much good.
Besides a thorough and well written
history of the many advantages of the
county and eity, the edition contained
many fllustrations of its beautiful
honew, public buildings, streote,
hk'reams and fields The numerous ad-
vertisements were clearly the work of
artists, and taken as a whole a more
interesting and creditable effort Is on-
known n the journalistic fields of
Florida.-Qolnay Times.

The Gainesville oan issued a very
handsome Indoutrial edition, a great
number of which were distributed at
the State Fair, and which will prove
the means, we doubt not, of indoeing
many prospective ettlers to torn their
attention to Alaebha county and its en.
serprising metropolis. The News has
been favored with a copy of the issue,
and In matter as well as mecbhaoeak
make-op, the work is thorough and
highly ereditable.-The Lakeland
News.


I The Industrial Edition of The IcleeAod sad postrice order for l.U. Oena me
Galusyillie Son, published for distri- I ar bottle by Soutbern presss"
button at the State Fair, is eminently T r EE SZS: 35c, 5 o AND $1.00
worthy of the taste, enterprise and, Ba U m YOU M ET THE OEMU8lE
abily oit pblier, on H. H.Li iment Co.
MeCreary. It is in magazine shape, S o Limeol.Co.
thirty-two pages, exclusive of cover,
and is replete with valuable informsa
tion about Alaehua county, which is
noted for its fertility, wealth and va-
riety of resooroes. The advantages and SOLD AND I=Y00 i my
attractlona of the cuunty are folly and W-. M %JOBI SO G3-arin es-vl e.
ably deeribed, which descriptions, ad- -
ded to the many handsome illustra-.
ilona, will prove an advertisement of
Inestimable vale. Every seeker of In-

copy of this splendid paper, whiebh may n
be had by sending fve two-cet ampe If Y A r Insur
to the publisher at Gainesville. In i
getting out this Industrial edition, In a Company that is Responible, Have a Policy Correctly
Senator Mcreqpry has rendered his Written i aLh Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
county an invaluable servie.-Punta Pays Luoses Promptly
Gorda Herald.

A copy 6f the Indstrial Edition of Y ou A re Assured
Tte GainevilleSun reaebed our ex-1
change table Mueday morning and ia That no serious los can overcome you without you have some
without douob a credit to that' hos- refuge.
ling paper and lit owner. I is U pagese
in book form ano i two t lors of iuk
ad Isa rest adver tisamet for theHe t
Herald.a niversityay.- White Sprinlt

The Gaoineville Son, with that go. Ne but Beliable Companies Represented.
ahead nes for whieh it is noted, has t ust
iotean out an Industrial edition, which
is a handsome 83-page Journal, beautil A U 1 M A
folly and profusely Illustrated with information hrfully farahe. GAINE8VILLB. FLORIDA
half-tone cuts and sets before the pub- Information eheorfull furnished. AINEU LRID

ville and Alahoua county. It is a grat
edition and its editors will aeeept con-
gratulation of The Herald.--Badn- PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
town Herald.


AN O3DINIA.C1


Whiskies, Wines, Beer and NaI.


To Provide for tb# GIOU of 9 F hi by UM'~~phbl ~~
Members of t o PaW.Dowd of lIM e Wo IPKW ID. Bulk to*&-imp Fm-154?h
BaeA Trussea,. med the Arneusi of Bas N 6 Q- II- 4l l. Pe6 aOsi'
Be 17 OsnaIXEmST TUB MATYOU AND CnY 4Pll aw
OoU01wCL OFt TUBCITY OF IAIrNII.3 Nun= Club ay ....... $1 W 40 0 0$ Toore. GIs. Coram Goodg
Nelson county Big - 4- 7 t o 160 5W Per Galica
n- Mobaum ye .... ..a 3I sMr.. (iia C oG Bern. Rme quafty.
Sootion I-Tt at the Dowd of Pu Work s I 111. Per fAg
of 09 Ctrr th C. of ( M. AD Pk MDaS s 5CRye 5T. 1 .37 oo s9 W Rye. OGs. Cot. REm agofeas mWOWI
*laer stae oo lA e hroe roowith Me melt W ..sW ild bP S P7.
of a twei M hereyrequtoreoso -ve od:by age.
lemor tay... .. So 940 Per GlLas
port ormam of & awdodohift so1YI he AppWe Hnuad I.... 3.. 5.So 9 SO Victoria Rye. biaWi De Re. IY
undalbe tovidoes or arth""ua of asi nonwai e ...... 41116 14 36 quality
city to gthe Inuatee of Nb. t't u. Bonbds
of the City of (3IahusvrM." a ed 6T0 S 1P- 3 la 875 $00 9 601
ternber. IN&5o.h huots(on 11014 00 LKIIP ST. LAOUIS DZRMNM~
aurspoe W bond UO r &ye J 5m BN 01 "1 Is
tbo"et 9o do 71 O at suIs Xword Ram 87S 6 M 9`0 mail en e 0
In th e*eT t saM board bav* a& sonty 6117 goll s- N) Coba ber. Otortu ..........
ay butbonsed t ce o 60 Waisom, o, LM ol wl'y. Figrbo I It 9 6r0 How Ale. 0 .
=t& f ao* u etou. V t
the f teo obefed by sid e0rn0sw n Anrtest Allud as Ao Ooeds ofme I ADGaodouse, int
board out of %be by woe 1 theor n aw ,lb st et
temo @ etonspe: peg9oOo however. iat so--I
"I hee m. W. AD K3X* 8 T, IZU1" HANNE BROS., JACKSSUUL3
%. this W410"8e"Ll take .betew _
isnd IstyI u I Its a m Vl su igwv I -
Prnead hsape. s ~soeof aSh340'ovis" I
as thsdh dayof Not A9 oa.A tIl W I lae. I. GaUam&. Proeesat H. E. TA TLOD, l
oe I. K. BOmL 020. W. Hms, Vlesvasm Lma ORANAN. Ant. wH#e
Attow fesI City Coust.L
A Ppt* ed b7 we tb day of ?4orkofmtro
A D) SO& W ToM4s,
A %liont M. DKLL. ONNL 14"47
; 'liTE FIRST NATIONAL BAlK
mom 0: ON' G.Aim 5VILLE-oz.

1111111 THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK I1 ALACHUA OD
FWWs.ad Apso mu4
woe r aweell Capital.........*... ...$60,000 (o

dIl1 .S surplus and Undirided Profits 0.. .0 1OO" 00
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THE 1AILY SUN: GAINESYVILL3 FLORIDA, DECEMBER 6, 1905


-O PISTOL SHOT ENDS HIS LIFE. T e BUrPrO SO C4L RD8
NEWSMFROMaALL Thc oe'Feat ses so
__ __ __ Young Man Comm lt Sticae n N EL DORR IAD\' E M(RI ,
PARTS OF FLORIDA N Vrk Dec. S nTS
PA S OFgRIDA II man ;!,.*i 20 y ears old, I ( -Al:li.ne n lii q a'x I'reature. '
arif Hpp ng RoIm V o.0 he was J J ,sph Muc l:e iat E .. .
tHlgo rio eo stO i U. oo:utVt:ted sulcIJe ..0 h)t (',k t rdr,',r,. .. ",r' r
Sections of State. c Tln.fitdU. aa ni readitllr m i. shooting himself In hl i ,:; .t o' I .'.'. K
Mre Tara a"Les C L .w Posense-g West S ve. u etu th street '
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS Co mp A t eA O f ar1 mse. All %Nine let terms address at i np . A. ARLSII
SI_____ o sim S Mafdt L were founl In bhi roo, : to e ATTORNEY Af I A1\\
STranspiring in "The Land of Flowers." T L O R BY anAIL lmaile, ain oe of the R .,, C s I L In '.Andollolor in quLt)
I al seaflBaiasnea .addresto referred to a girl la Cil o: i ,
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the OIU SIOCO. N Pt S eet. New IYor. ntence In it was: E A E eal Etalte, Cooveyaneing and ~.-
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to ,_._ "If all g.rls were like \, ioe wi n et ., .: al Pra-tice. All business promni!,t
SAl Classes. MAN D S SONS TO HANG to his sister) I would n '.:, ,, a . a ttendd to. Oe* next door to Sn
AN DESIR HIM SON TO HANG This letter was addr I f*,
The Clyde Line steamers on the St. -Fboth .i l ller On i i I---
Johns river are now doing a very Rawllng Prefors Duth on Gallows tc Ne a th ee 1G F\ IIII.:,, F.RIDINANI BAYER,
thriving business. Life Imprisonment for Offspring. Ninety sevnth street. N 1, N>, 'io 1A A,
T u w t Atlanta. Dec. 5-. 0. Rawlings, sen cinnat, 0.. care Dr. \\ LI'L IIAMi01o , FII. ATOI' NEY AT LAW,
The Perry Citisen wants the vagreant --, ,
Te Perry Citizen want the vagrant tenced with his two ions, Milton anad ... t.I,'vif U, FLo3IDA.
law enforced in that place and the idle Jesse, to hang on Jai. 6, for tae urde WHARF COVERED BY WATER.
neDroesput to work Jesse, to hang on Jan. 6,.for t.aemurdet Paradist for Hunting and Fishing C
Nelroes put to work. of the Carter children n August. de Parad fr hg ad oa ell your ity property, (la.
NewSmyrna has rot the habit and clare he prefers the execution of hit Chattahoochee River On Rampa at -- -. prvd ia i 'AIlllproved), phoephate,
will build 24 new hours. all to beoom- boys to the commutaion of their son Columbus Ga. This o .el under n,. ,1.I"lAmr .Itl 1t Itrutekin g an. faNrminI lands. dead ~hi
plated by the first of March. tence to life Impriaonment.' Columbui Oa., Dec. 5 1Th i ('ht"a I.eaommiation. rpI,.>,,eir. ,:.th err a lb4 of wlhat yo i ioTr forsale. 21401
howchee river is on 0t. :- -a ram turkey & taall Praiu n It a t trin ai.
Frankie Williams, another victim of W\'en he made this statement Il thoihee rier s o for-f aona ,lt [:.> iic tian ,i.i
a Jacksonville mad dog, died from hy- ton, who occupies a cell with his fat' page of the year s r : ' ':i very for huntinad itha W .r F It \K li 1:
drophobia on Saturday night. er. promptly spoke up an said ;le di. nLavy rains In North (;. i' .: For rate, atnd iaccoional.i.ntl. on rllrdr
not prefer death, but wanted the gov The stream has ri 't. 1o to 12 ftt MS 1.tl.A tH1A hrerr-,, A ulN I.\ ,.
The cigarmakers of Key Wesat r ernor to commute hi sentence sd tha at the b(oiumbus wharf t ,iay, and is t.v.r H*Na, v.1 to. I s).lt'I la IN <'ll N'k .. ..Y
still on a strike and no nearer a settle. still rising. It I thallc.it that by
ment than they were when the trouble n of boh himelfand Jee a w tuesday the river will in to fall.
began. as Leonard, wno has been sentenced tc however, as cold, clear ,.at her Is now r i% I\ III '., lli.ak oI. .
The business houses of Milton have the penitentiary for life. Jesse, who prevalin. The whrf here is entirely I |_ tl,, o ILtl Iylur
many of them been wired for electric is but 16, maintains the most stolll submerged.
lighting, and now they are waiting for Indifference to his fate and refu.tes ab No particular damage nhs been done DR J. l E.l.lR.IMA N,
the current to be turned on. slutely to say anything for public so far as reported, althiugn the ho:. Ar ,on Ir tioultieh fre n'..pi ]ii> ,i,'
Ing engines and other mactitniry (f I rFaumly l itiour fe..ow n an
The teachers in the Dade county tlon. except that he Is Innocent. In engine and other ml1 ,,ry f I l aly s*a aor eIown a
H. Hardaway. who is l>' 'ill i 4f e n" T'it ee 1 0 ureit thnior on irth o t 1ret n *A i 1 t*
schools are getting tired of the work The old man Rawlings laments hia H. Hardmawa.o ho uis !l r n. Te suret twhhf'A oi6rn irth ta ain A ,* I, t.
and areswitching off into the matri. fate and declare the tortures of hell dam, are completely .\,I, tt ly th rach1 eauset crl' ~ erarl tlraos I i it
monial garden at a lively rate. are already upon him. He has two ragIing atera., yl tw aowr, The btwt n iir ti te re w.rli i
wlI l l r-lrul B t helb ,le,,t treata If ln'i'raat' lb'
Hugh J. McCallom of Stonewall D blesss In his cell and reads to every w'I t aook h h e rr ttr eat Ir -.l;r. -
one calling on him peasages from them Furioua gllhting. FIt)R ud %lir *Ion g ai1tu" i1 kirMnow itl, 11
Jackson Csmp, Jacksonville. ha been mix3s s ke It. aOur IbreamI oneat not i..s .*1. D u OuNt nII TIsIN.
Jk on Camp, Jm ksonvdri n has bee which clearly, acoorllng to him, con "For seren years," writes (ieo W. more then hol made. aid In mn In.r.tn,,ef
appointed eommnder.in-chief f the ets one of i crimes of n H mnotHarper," it so mumore aata I
Florida Diflelov, gone of Veteran. vlcta one of his criW8 of srilltng Hoffma of Harper, W ., "I had a I), r.,4 r I
Florida Divion, Sons of Veteran. against the Holy Ghost. a sin which bitter battle with ebrone stomaoh aud KEYSTONE BAKERY,
H. A. Douglas of Freeport, Walton he claims I unpardonable. liver trouble, bos at litt I won, and PIee 1 S. It. T. Nhoafrr. Pro p.
eoonty, has offered a reward of $26 for ared my dis by te e of oef I Miler I.* aar.
the return of his child. whieh was said AFTER MAN WHO THREW BOB. tried Bitters. I uahoitati.igly rreenm. M R W UaIIN aIL..s r..
to have been kidnapped on the night of m- nd them to don't intend n MRS.GWNE
September 6th last. Authorities Determined to Punish t the future to be wlth, ot them in the H
The coroner's jury in the ease of Miscrent house. They are eertinily a wonder it l Utt a r TI WET ENID.
Will Dixon, charged with shooting Phlladelpala. De. --As a result of ful medicine, to have eured such a bad -' INE WINES, LIQUORB A OIOAI
Robert Young at Jseksonville lst the casting of a bob Into Presidentcase as mine." Sold under loaran.
Thursday night, brought in a verdict Roosevelt's special t-ran as it was pus. te to do the meo for ,you, by all droug- H Goods, Notions, M W. Is, J.erls eW.
ofl jtifdbleh bomioide. Ins through the northern peat of tl gist0 bottle. Try them tody. Dry Goods, Notions. a a ..-.
of justifiable homicide. Dstydtoin,,,,night the Pennsylvan ia ,-. r
Beginnl January 14th, Tampa is to eaty Saturday nht the Paonaylvaa i Racket Goods......... Fsast beer, bostleaght. D
eralrad ofllcals and the Phladeloll fail to oall N m0 whem Ia JaebaIsmvl
have races three days very week until poUle authoritloe have united la d. Rate To Be DiWscussed. fall to el wea la JaskamT
Mareb. Many of the horne that were teomined etort to breea up ta pra Macon, Ga. Dec. &.--The Maco Also ENAULT'H FAMos IIkEAI,
al the State Fair will winter in Tamp tice of throwing missile at trains. A chamberr ofcommerce A o ;1 iewt Tues OAKE1 and 'IE4-Frsh A
sad others will be brought there to thorough tnvestOlatloo of toe lacldent day afternoon, at 4 o'c;ewk, to dltuo E ery Day
ftke pit oi the sport. is lt progress. the freight rate eaie ,which ls to be
Bea Williamse, the negro haekman of "We have been penrsltently annoy hoat beom re thue sat' railroad cammie ear 'a tr'eae Illi A,
tampa who shot four time at Detect ead," said a Pennsylvania trod official oo a Thureday A that tel t.he .. ...
I" John Dorst several week ago, has today, "by the throwing of stones and Cntral of Gortllr railroad and tll
beeo found guilty of assolt with in. bricks through car windows by milers Oorla UBooutern ant lorlda ralload
itet to commit manslaughter. He ants. Theie occur in nearly all parts to be heard In cdefen tlainr t theaI
will probably have a mew trial, of the city. petlto to chnlge them from Clas1 9
ill pro ly ne w tial. l The only th in tht wll brk up t la A In fre.iht rates fly this At Vinestun, Plorda, o.ne mile from
dM o Ger, one of O ela's soiled th prclee l heavy fin ad Impra it Is supposed that heir present earn Pointers, station. o Rock Road. 42 s res of
dove, was shot dead by John Geor on Met for the offenders wen cau p ag on frelhgta iaoleId in this sw* Decorators a nd
Sa6erday night. Geor is supposed to mnt fo the o drreduced ab 2 per cent. Pae0r god Hammo(k'.and all cleared and
be her houband, a marriage certificate r ni n gers.a,_. pr n in Iprrinr o
dated at Americus, Ga.. being found Coughing Spell Caused Death. IT no LAulivati o un. N E.a t Main in h elar
amoa her papers. Hee seped. "Harry Duekwell, aged 5 year. IT I FOR LADIES, TOO. 2X4 East Main Mtr.. S (ilsielle, Fla. tree. All I l trieking land.
The rural vistowrho rviit the "ten. choked to death early yeerd mor. -kind of oud d ld work 1M dwelling and other hme on
dorloi" when they come to Tamp I'n t s hi home i presee it r s re a ses promptly sad n slye ed. the promi oA All going at a o i cildss or
sas The Tiboune, woald do well go wife and child. He ootratoed a aslihtarrll a i.I prompt d netly ted h pme All n arai
lave their rolled at home, place them cold a few days ao rnd paid but it Ns. P R I (K d$ d0
oa i ftheI th. o hotel where they rll attention to it. Yesterday morma lg Ladies who have it a hair and wht PArPR HAN(.INO ard 11IO WRIT. A 14 V. VV V
lr or have a garden apoe was wis-d i t a t of sougtal hisr to fallen out. n. prevent tt e hair INa a Iip*ooal.y
allaer or ha.ve a gutardianwtfo happoin ed. out ,and vi r. the bgro jws, with -
The mas from Columbia county who whieh cotatlo for sosBe time. HIs rewr *,ne', "rpiclir BDidea.. Iferpl-
w L tooehed -for r70shoold be thank wife not for a lyetpian but before f ete Is oe of th. se,it asre.eab le iair Apply for further (arielars to
e aek. The aothoritie of Tampa ae hai opell cgme oeav DaaetoikwelsdledI ee ai o nla ,i iaW thee M 'n t o pBr kl It Li Vi
.:mDbdscdeetrov4 Naishville H R. SOLSON & BL ANIUS
iltereeted in proetlesie visitors boat 0 ofoetion .-St. Lool (lobe Demo- he root wihn .,, ,.: I4h hair ,, A VILL, rLOrIiA
they eamoSt vouch for the safety of era, D eember It. 1I01." Ballald's h a ever ".n mapl, a nt. viii W WI W WnWjmn r
meey whbea taken ito sguh notorious orehoond nyrup would have aned o 5- r l dy '','4 .e .rpt1c4.
plIe, sil lof wheh ber lapirit tlos him 6ea. l0nsd I1. Nold by W. M. *See ao ,i r ,,*. It wall e.e.n Bet Llte to
la tet above their open door the le J ohaseon. e &t SM by tIr drepite e.e I t g ,Mmh
..... .. ae n aPpe. for, I nto u Tat sit Sratl m ,glM a Xaile, Mepi S M Tpi S
aId "All Doogh Abandoa Ye Who New samnoehip Line. Me Co., Deeruet st. It. .
asa Hoel." Sam Pr.na.nd., I~e. I -The Toeo .Kasshmdli, LeunIsW, fleeleDsast i,
-- -- -- El e. Iaabs ,.Ira..mn p coi.pay . !:" ," ., " "e, Cira, l, all pt. boars ing nd
EtY W 1AJ A e lauagurate :ts a e bt twws Japae 1"" "e t a pt Bd an
od A outh Am rrs one Ch tt f t. OAK ad W,, e thr ac r Day School ,
OPERA H 0 U S E ,.. ...r tu.r uf,, |
W- ahdled to .eave Kokoaa for Ca- I E O ale ner tlh..h ... .... wo.. u ..* ..
DEC. M MA. HT The de-per of this steamed 1nw41 -ta' e etegt. @Obhtg.vaiu.i. on.ut
mrks the entrance of be Jp- awed and Ilit. a lerethe aed I1s r|ldy ins epirati a* thr<,ulh i *I e ***
WOOD OF gle r QUALITY sad from Forida to St, l.,, ,. d re, g list mS.tlea d4
l rIf 13tr0 T 'he 1IB* 1i It liacere three I,.. i eiew re n Iat lfnVK Veeet dle iagear e vI.e rfe i iri, tH St "" -h
Imm -n m n atat. They *ill ply becw*e CMli WOOD l**W p ive aen all. treev Thregh teurest *etr. ti, s('* ds,, v -V


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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE,

(Continued from First Page).
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Industry, Over 50,0Y),00 American wo.
MUp are ow engaged in gainful occu-
patiaN, yet there Is no almost complete
aW8at at data upon which to base any
rtwolthy conclusions as regards a
-m It i important as it Is vast and
atlteOted. The introduction of wo-
Is Into Industry is working change
M1 disturbance in the domestic and
* W lif of the nation. The decrease
b marriage, and especially in the birth
rate, has been coincident with it. We
must face accomplished facts, and the
adjustment to factory conditions mast
be made, but surely It can be made
with less friction and leo barmtfl ef-
fects on family life than Is now the
case. This whole matter la reality
forms one of the greatest sociological
phenomena of our time. It is a social
question of the frst Importance, of Lar
greater importance than any merely po-
litical or economic question can be.
In any great labor disturbance not
only are employer and employee Inter-
ested, but also a third party-the gen.
eral public. Every considerable labor
difculty In which Interstate commerce
is Involved should be Investigated by
the government and the facts officially
reported to the public.

The great insurance companies afford
atrlking examples of corporation
whose business has extended so far
beyond the Jursdiction of the state
which created them as to preclude
strict enforcement of supervision and
regulation by the parent states. In my
last annual message I recommended
"that the copgre carefully consider
whether the power of the bureau of
corporations cannot constitutionally be
extended to cover Interstate transac-
tions In insurance." Recent events
have emphasized the importance of an
early and exhaustive consideration of
thb question, to se whether it Is not
possible to uras better safeguards
than the several states bare been able
to urnh against corruption of the
flagant kind which has ba a exposed.
It has been only too clearly shown
that certain of the men at the bead of
te large corporations take but small
note of the ethical distinction between
bonesty and disho eaty. T'ey draw
the line only this side of what may be
called law'bonesty, the kind of bonesty
btesary In order to avoid falling Ito
the elUtetCw of the law. Of course the
only complete remedy for this condl
timo mot be found In an arouaed pub-
ie coasclence, a higher ese of ethical
eqpdoct In the community at large and
especially among buslaesa men and In
the gret profession of the law. and In
the growth of a spirit which condemns
all dibounesty. whether In rich tian or
In poor man, whleUtt'rj tukl lthe shape
of bribery or of blacinlail But much
can tb done by lhgislntlon whith aIs not
oily drastic, but practltnal Thier Is
need of a far stricter widil mon- unil
form regulation of the vast In4urnuncm
lntere-t4 of this country. The 'uiltvcl
Btate should In this rewop't follow thri
poIlty of othf r nations by Iprlivlllin
adequate national muitrvlalon oft coi
mortlel Interests which are clearly nit
tional in character.
I rpaeit my previous recoiunlietnln
tion that the congrrms should conhl,,lr
whether Ute ftleral govern ett lhIt
any power or owes any duty with nr
apect to donmetir transactions in In
aurauuc of an lnterstate character
That state muiprvisfon has proved in
adequate Is gairrtlly conceded.
The Rievr**.
There' I. tuore ncid*lt of sltblilty th:lil
of the atteuipt to attain an kIeal Ic'r
fectllot in the methods of rasianl rr.v
tntue, aisa te abhock anld strain to tbhe
businute work certain to sttiel any)
serious c atiilg iIn these atin'li.lt re'n
dly sudi h chaine intaldvlalelir uelialee for
grave rnmsi. It Is liit LuIstll t,' Icin lv
dtowu any gtrnral rule lby whlhlh to Ile
t(mnl the alIiinwiittwlnli the rnn-xsli
for will oluitwrelgh tilh nre'.a'naoi ag:ilitl
as 'h a chntmiware N>t cc 'tiii >iu t
made oit lilu's liettetlc'ni to ,0r cl,-lrdl
by onue ict'tl u or ci lit rtee' il.i 't l ir'e'
nu (al IMw *itsolltlllig like it 'a i, r 1, nrn,
uuent rncoig (the ctltalrsen tf ' e *w.e t'
sItate that ttw fhaltie I itic'le'h i:.l
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wbole. Arwd thccrv OIahonki toui4. 1%%,!

lot t wakeit 't (Mtin sch-6 ahapt n%
COabtaic. sw I11. as PlaWtd. rii' the
MaIt o s r1h tO to the puit I r
with the n co l ant nof a
gpd for t v oe.cq'wal ior't tmoi c- t
tnoor d ucPU 11%41 iu iWu.' o'f i
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tafig a sIit t! i .pr1. t-.fa* 1
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Ime" be is5raaw.,IDtait)..,;
VMS a a 6lt. ln. ww or our* vxe:l
(e he king w1ll3 the 1,~Ct'. t'
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It Isimpmembioeto oiattl~w %III% I a$i
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treatment between other nations and
ourselves.
BeoloMr Ia ExWelaitmr.
I earnestly recommend to the con-
gress the need of economy and, to this
end, of a rigid scrutiny of appropria-
tions. All unnecessary offices should
be abolished. In the public printing
also a large saving of money can be
made. There is a constantly growing
tendency to publish mass of unlm-
portant information at which no human
being ever looks.
Yet, In speakIng of economy, I must
In nowise be understood as advocating
the false economy which is In the end
the worst extravagance. To cut down
In the navy would be a crime against
the nation. To fall to push forward all
work on the Panama canal would be
as great a folly.,
I Carrnery.
Every consideration of prudence de-
mands the addition of the element of
elasticity to our currency system. The
evil does not consist I n an inequate
volume of money, but in the rigidity
of this volume, which does not respond
as it slbuld to the varying needs of
communities and of seasons. Infation
must be avoided, but some provision
should be made that will Insure a
larger volume of money during the tail
and winter months than In the less ac-
tive seasons of the year, so that the
currency will contract against specula-
tlon and will expand for the needs of
legitimate business. At present the
treasury department is at Irregularly
recurring Intervals obliged In the inter-
est of the business world-that ia In
the Interests of the American public-
to try to avert financial cries by pro-
viding a remedy which should be pro-
vided by congressional action.
kustmre Notbes m 's D e
At various times I have Instituted tn-
veatlgations into the organisation and
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Ire departments. While none of these which the amount In controversy s avor
quirles have yet proresd ft republic from beiln paed by In the which the mount In ontrovery I n- te argument in ravor or remucm g
oaqour to have t progrend far nteretp of disonent or graspeing cred- waited; In cities of over 100.000 inhab. tariff on the products of the Philipple
bey have lady confirmed and eao Itors. Moreover, for the United tatst itants the United States district cot t Islands entering the United States. I
by hae already confirmed an t em- tor tae o a poeltfor he united t ateo to have exclusive juridictlion in te earnestly recommend that the tariff
tbavtsed the general impression that to take suc a position offers the only turaliation of the alen residents of now Imposed by the Dingley bill upon
e organization of the depart t Is possible way of ensuring us against ntratiou o the al the products of the Philippine Isa
often faulty In prinlple and wtei cluh with some foreign power. Tm i h cities. s Laws. be entirely removed, except the tari
Sreults, while many of their bmod nes position ts therefore In the Interest of In my last message I asked the at- on sugar and tobacco, and that that
method ae ntiqutedd h IneeeL pnear ce as well n theterest of J- tenton of the congress to the urgent tariff be reduced to 25 per cent of thi
Recommend that the congre coMnsder utce-. ae n need of action to make our criminal present rates under the Dingley Aet;
his subject Santo Domingo hasnow made an ap- law more effective and I most ear-that after July 1, 1900. the tariff p
IPederl *e .' peal to us, and not only every principle neOtly request that you pay heed to bacco and sugar produced inlt
In my last annual message I said: of wisdom, but every generous instinct the report of the attorney general on Philippine islands be entirely removed
'The power of the government to within s, bide us respond to the p this subject. and that tree trade between theIsla
protect the tterty of the elections of ll. Th condition In anto Domino There seems to be no statute of the and the United States in the proved t
to own oletal is Inherent and b have for a number o years grown United States which provides for the of each country then be prorvded fte
en recognield and affirmed by r- ,rom bad to worse until a yar ago aU punishment of a United States attor- by law.
nated declarations of the supreme society was on the verge of dissolution. ney or other oicer of the government In m judgment, immediate step
ounrt. temre d no enemy of nre gov- Fortunately just at this time a ruler who corruptly agrees to wrongfully do should e taken for the fortlea rta
maent mora e daorrups and non e t sprang up in Santo Domingo who, with or wrongfully. refrain from doing any Hawaii. This n, the most liportnnt
astlous as the corruption of eee -his colleagues, saw the dangers threat. act when the conideratloo for such point In the PAcifc to fortify i
opti. No one deteait oru ess c a-ening their country and appealed to the corrupt agreement is other than onetry. It c onserveld be hard to overstate the
ption, an t would It oosd am to follow friendship of the only neighbor who possessing money value. This ought to try. It would be hard to overstate the
at none would oppose I rorunmend possessed the power and the will to be remedied by appropriate legislation. I Importace of thaws need. lHawall s
enactmo ent of a law drecomed againt help them. There was imminent dan- Legislation should also be enacted to hea ttlng taM e fr a pewould of, say,
nbactment of a law dieto edeagainst ger of foreign Intervention. The pa- cover explicitly, unequivocally and be twenty vears 75 per cent of the ntenal
bribery and corruption n federal ele- tlence of foreign creditors had become yond question breach of trust In the
tons. Thfe details of such a law may exhausted, and at least two foreign na- shape of prematurely divulging offmical rev n an unsts receipts fm
tw safely left to the wise discretion of tons were on the point of Interveniou erets by an officer or employee of the Iwail as special fund to be expended
the congress, but It should o a far as anti were only prevented by the unoff- United Btates and to provide a suitable Iely ate the adoption o
under the cou ntitutionle t posenaible to cial assurance of this government that penalty thereor. legslaton which will explicitly conater
prol aasdr lafnthudeseverepenathat penall th for, eg lnstlon which will explicitly conf/"
iI and bout hin win clide ser pelties it would Itelf strive to help Santo oerLa.t lMarm. American citizenship on all citizens of
lt Intet him who give n or recess or I)omingo in her hour of need. To the spread of our trade in peace Porto Ileo.
iiulont as an elector and provisions tr Accordingly. the executive depart- and the defee of our flag in war a I wish also to call the attention of
he pultilletlo n inot only of the expend- meant of our government negotiated a great and prosperou merchant marine the congress to one question which at-
tlurt- for lnmimntions and elections of treaty untldr which we are trying to is indispelnsabla Weobould have ships fects our nluular possessions generally
nil candidntes, but also of all coutribu- help the Dominican people to trlight- of our own and seamen of our own to -nanmely, the need of an increased Ub-
tio relle ani expenditures madeoen out their fnaes. This trety Is conv7e our poods to neutral markets erallty In the treatment of the whole
tl>olli rlcal co nteen"d s pending before the seate. In the a n cas of need re-Onfore our franchise question in these llands.
Iy nllr to ei tth recoma." meantime a temporary arrangement battle line. It cannot be a sotwe I earnestly ask that Alaska be gIven
I i', to reeat this rcomrenda b been made under w hch the Dolon- of rgret and to us that the an elective delegate.
Sotrutlealon government has appointed Amer- tine of commluncala wth our sisterommend that a Territoy
All contrlutons by corporation to leans to all the Important positions In reubies of South Ars should be and Oklabom be admitted as one rate
any politcnlt committee or for any I the customs service, and they aese- chefy ader fogn control. It nt and Oab be de ad on ate
litlicl purple aSould be forbkkidd by lug to the bonest collection of the rev a ood thlng that Amercan merchants nd dltt New Meico ad Artso b
law, tir. to ts aoukl not be permitted sees, turning over 48 per cent to the and manufa-turer hould hareto d d d oe
to us.' tIckhbI.llder' luontey fr for Uhfor nagtan expenses and their goods and letters to South Amer- Active work in canal constaneti
puritrlot.w a.I.l. iormvera, a prhibbliton putting the other 5 per ceut ntf o a le via uope If they wish ecurit mainly preparatory, has been ta prg-
of thls kinlt woukl I,. as far as It safe depositary for equitable division and dispatc. Even on the Pacific, r for less than a year and a ha.
went, nit offttive nitthod of stoplpllit in case the treatf sll be ratlfA where our rsips bare ebld their own during that period two poiatso b oIt
t( ervill anlllnti at in corrupt practice among the varkius cedltor, whether bette than on the Atlantlc. our mer- the canal hare coed to be o t
'etU Elropban or Ameritean at g i no threatened through debate. First the question e l re;
The Hag. ( .,ftet. Under the course taken stability and the llleral aid bestowed by other gov- second the qun tof asl Iy. lTh
'ill nirit .coniferl.re(-c of nations heit order and all the beoeits of peace are nr snts on their own steam lines. point which reimal tos w Is .
at Tti. liHlallg in 4.t4i. Il-ing unable t lat l coming to Rante D ingbo, dan- As yeL earntet coadertia at of i er the canal "shll be one of sweral
dlicit' of all th flit lu.nes Iet foere it. g of foreign Int t raitioB ba eean p wrtit Whbc the merchant ma. loks above a lkevel or at a itvel
vi.cmIItl-,I thli He mileratlhi and soupelntld, and thee it at last a pre rtie ommtasion has followed It l Ion with a line tde lok On this pnt
settlt'n liL a f ii itlitiller ofi Imlportant iperl t thiat all credltors will get jte lIq I hope to lay before the congress at *
qutheitlli. ti Io i notli r tcolifre.rct. to 10 l no more and no s. If the arrU It it a matter of unmlded rte
cathoal 'ut-i ;utittily aind at HI earl.v met is terminated by the falhire of tioi ote more to call attention to the bwah ai ni
daltei. 'Tll .tI.e.iuvcain- r Iig (t i 11w right t duh .' of Ue .or later thli governmet tmay be I- for Ihe rteram of the civil war hae In addition to t natating the Ilting
trats; (2,* (ti' I1i.tn.iton of the, aritilmli tol~lt. in wMriotl dtilritles with for- a greater ciat aupon as than any other tilfactor quart. arsn ft I -
f.,ir"S eon lttl i.ilhl eltl asid of military ei lt glenmaents over thbe island olr la l of our tt Totem I m of ed for employee and aa arsq4~ aU
tu .o**' t the ut4-t of n.-wi ti.e aitul el" ,uay bl f toced iftrli to laterveue all among .mr Ioplr bnoor it doe tenl of muVppyk then with wboeles
r.el'i't I .1 if ia 'lrtr) and allual gul.. (4' th i:Iltal In saMe unpllsaMnt faIb fod at res uabl prices h brg ai
t! .,. il .i*:ty -f Itpriv.ite pi aclety att Ion, l td.o s d HoltaIs have benema
Ssos It:.l .' .. f "iar. ,:. th' t i.iba: Army sad As I fsai In latn mea e to te tki ad equippld that are without Utot
uct :l 4 I . e.it I:. vtl.ni 1 ut i ,, n,, bteve, that anr y army n the I~ re, wet a to a cts ofl their kiUd a rywher.
at f,, I i. i.'ti 114.a t the workt Inn i a n tt e ave ap of 1 teMlt O istll~.atIom of tit rI rt. orf t paet year a tar pdot I w
ioui har tl Dow whatevr ot the 0 l
t, % t r li I thi.n.ertarr tati ,a. ain rt a ,, ttype of j tniKr ert ohr. i M wMtr of ta wich the w Is to I b
I d linrta W to 4 l ren 1 ut the arn ao hA' i t ai. l tlOh act In R" d 'eor1 It 1s1 -t
In&l,.t, vA t h Itah e n % tIM t. t as e. PIriortloo .holy TiI qaeth* arislig in ltnor tle y i lbeved that by the I nI at
w.i uI ah ;f4!n4 Ii.J I bP a gl apr i.Us with rt CI t- mmigt'u stand "l by applrac(hlg year a --siel pw
3, ..1 ..t :., .. t if l. h a tcf,.- at 1 r .-i4a Cr 1 a prC irJ htil Mwit r l Th, e eatlr lss, int n Sn I eat this plat wll bosw WL
l-t I....'. lrs .. ~.. :.I.: .i to .A e tor th I am s orb that b eati Chlo c(Wty ited to mlbtL s to ~ se the IA
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further its aills. We assume that all
dcivllld governments will support the
movement and that the conference is
now an assured fact. This government
will do everything in Its power to se-
cure the success of the conference to
the end that substantial progress may
be made In the cause of International
peace. Justice and good will
Mer*n. Deetrle.
There are certain essential points
which moet never be forgotten as re-
gards the Monroe doctrine. In the first
place, we must as a nation make It ev-
ident that we do not intend to treat it
in any shape or way as an excuse for
aggrandizement on our part at the ex-
pense of the republics to the south.
But we most make It evident that we
do not Intend to permit the Monroe doc-
trine to be used by any nation on this
continent as a shield to protect it from
the consequences of its own misdeeds
against foreign nations. The Monroe
doctrine does not force us to interfere
to prevent the punishment of a port
sve to see that the punishment t does
not assume the form u,' territorial occu-
pation in any shape. The case is more
difficult when it refers to a contractual
obligation. This country woukl cer-
tainly decline to go to war to prevent a
foreign government from collecting a
Just debt. On the other band, It Is
very inadvisable to permit any foreign
power to take possession, even tempo-
rarily, of the custom houses of an
American republic In order to enforce
the payment of its obligations, for such
temporary occupation might turn Into
a permanent occupation. The only es-
cape from these alternatives may at
any time be that we must ourselves
undertake to bring about some arrange-
ment by which so much as possible of
a Just obligation shall be paid.
To do so Insures the defaulting re-
public from having to pay debts of an
improper character under duress, while
It also Insa re honest creditorn ls of the


cluhsiely in the panlab-Americfaand
the Russo-Japanese wars.. The work
of the medical departments In the Jap-
anee army and navy is especially
worthy of study.
Our nary must. relatively to the na-
vies of other nations, always be of
greater size thnu our army. We have
most wisely continued for a number of
years to bui!d up our navy, and It
has now rea:clhd a fairly high standard
of efflIclcy. 'Ifhl standard must not
only l, mainl:ai:ln:d. but increased. It
does tzit S-ec: t3 rme necessary, how-
ever. tL:tt tLe nary should. at least In
the luiaredlate future. be increased be-
yond the p:'c.:,nt number of units.
Wh'it is no. low .:ly L*ceesary is to
suntltitut etnficteit f.r ieffleent units
as tl:e latter ihe trioI worn out or as It
becomes lpllmreta.t thlt they are use-
less. l'-olbablly th reult would be
attained,! ly nri .'i:;; single battleship
to orr it:iy n.lh .e;'r. tiee superseded
or o:t'iworM~ \( o':4 ,ii ng laid up or
broken up as ; Ii ny at thus replaced.
.Natn rallntion.
On this stalj'f'e t I r,' : i-.t'.:il:
First.-A f(ed' al 'obui:-.m of natura!l-
ation, to be erstiabli.ilhe1 ii t.nt depart-
ment of commerce anii lal,,,'. to sut-
pervise the r.niulnistrat:oli o ti'h r.atu-
rallsatlon laws and to rtcri\ Ilreturlns
of naturalizations penilingitl nd uil,''ji-
plished.
Second.-L'niformity of un;tt r:tlizitiotr
certificates, fees to be ch i.-,1, and
procedure.
Third.-More exacting qu;:l;,liations.
for citizenship.
Fourth.-The preliminary declaration
of Intention to be abolished and no
alien to be naturalized until at least
ninety days after the filing of his peti-
tion.
Fifth. -Jurisdlction to naturalize
aliens to be confined to United States
distdct courts and to such state courts
a have jurisdiction in civil actions In


ed on precTfely the iani- footing it
we treat students, businel men, trav-
lers and the like of other nation.
As a people we have talked munc of
the open door in China, and we expect,
and quite rightly intend to tasist upon.
justice being shown us by the Chiae.
But we cannot expect to receive equity
unless we do equity.
The Civil Servie.
Heads of executive departments and
members of the commission have call-
ed my attention to the fact that the
rule requiring a filing of charges and
three days' notice before an employee
could be separated from the service for
efficiency has served no good pur-
pose whatever. Experience has shown
that the rule is wholly ineffective to
save any man it a superior for nm-
proper reasons wishes to remove him
and sl mischievous because It some-
times serves to keep In the service in-
competent men not guilty of pclfic
wrongdoing. Having these factb In
view, the rule has been amended by
providing that where the Inemfidcay or
incapacity comes within the personal
knowledge of the head of a department
the removal may be made without no-
tice, the reasons therefore being filed
and made a record of the department.
The absolute right of removal rests
where It arays has rested, with the
head of a department. The **hane is
merely one of procedure. It wps much
needed, and It is producing good re-
sults.
Our copyright laws need cevslln.
Phlllppile mad Other I la
During the last year the Philippine
Islands have been slowly recovering
from the series of disasters which slce
American occupation have greatly r-
duced the amount of agricultural prod-
ucts below what was produced In Span-
ash times.
The agricultural conditions of the i-
lands enforce more strongly than eer
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* 6 NMAY" N TILL CUT OFF.
1H0p4 Entertained that Telegraphers'
Strike Will End Today.
London, Dec. 4.-3:52 p. m.-No dl4s.
Patches from St. Petersburg or eise
where in Russia with the exception uf
brief message from Warsaw have
arrived In London today up to the press
oat time since those datAd Saturday.
whlih came in by way of Eydkunaon
EFat Prussia. during the night.
S The latest messages received by Lthe
naasian embassy. also dated Saturday,
came by the same route. The con-
tained no infornatlon In regard to the
situatton. The foreign office has heard
nothing from theo ritish embassy at
St. Peteraburg since communication
was severed.
A dispatch from Asparanda. Sweden.
via Stockholn:. cays there are no in-
dications of th- probable duration of
of toe telegrap;.er:' strike.
No disturbances have occurred In
Fnland.
A news ag-ncy telegram from I v.
pool says a cable message hbas been
received there from Odessa stating
t.at all wa' (iii'it and hoping that the
tslegraphtrA' strike will end Dec. 4.
The date of this dispatch was sent
rom Odessa is not given.

MAN IS HELD FOR MURDER.

Atlantan Is Charged with Killing a
Philippine Policeman.
Cebu, P. 1., Dec. 1. via Manila. Dec.
4.-Litutenunt Charlee Pendleton, of
the constabu:ar. ordered four native
soldiers into the vehicle In wtich he
was driving. A native policeman
stopped him and ordered him to light
the lamps on the vehicle when Pendle.
ton shot him dead.
Penleton then continued on his way,
but returned later and obtained the
body, which he delivered to the police,
claiming that he had found the man
dead on the road.
The soldiers accompanying him eon.
Alied bla stery until today, when they
broke down.
Peadleton had been driinking. Po
4dtois' family live in Atlanta, Oa.
He was formerly a sergeant in the
ISevety-first regiment of New York.
Be ha been held for murder.

TO INVESTIGATE CONDITIONi.

A SIU Providing for that Purpeee Will
Be Introduced.
Washington, Dec. 5.-6enator Over,
man, of North Carolina. probably wlil
Introduce in the senate this week, a
bill providing for the establishment ol
a oommisslon to Investigate market
eoaditUous throughout tCe world aad
make suoh recommendations as will
promote the export of Amerlian mass.
fetatred products.
The bill provides for a commsaion
sl Ave members and the employment
Sf experts to work three years aud
to ant not more than 1300.000.
The commission shall considerr the
ways and means for enlarging the ex.
port trade in cotton products aad the
tr a anufactures of the United

S-
CALIFORNIAN IS APPOINTED.

Te FPll Vacaney In Intertate Coe.
meroe Cmn meleon.
rhilgntoni. Dec. 5.--eators Per.
bIas and Plint called on the preslidetr
tdlw to discnaa with him the appoint
ma-t S a asccessor to former Gover.
aor Pitw, of Illinole, e- t Jltaretate
e4 erase cosilaasioon.
At the oocluetoe tSe ooferemee
tke announcement wau made tat the
proeleot wold apolat r alla Laao.
t San Praciseco. Cali.. to he '*oas
cy created by Mr. 1i9r's r eigaUia.
whlth tahes elect on Jan 1. eaa.

Doctors Could Not Help Her.
"I had kidney trouble for years."
writer Mrs. Raymond ConBer of shel-
toe, Wash.. 'and the dctorn eould not
help e. I tried Foley's Kdoey Cure
oad the r rst doe gav me m relief
sad I am now ered. I cannot say too,


suhIlor Foley's lidn yCur." Is'
makesthe dses.d kidels sd so m
thwl will ulemiaa the .polsm from
seoblood. Usleest hey do this good
eakh is Impesbibe J W. NoColiem.

To Ye w Pumis Came Law.

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A Fewfl Fame.
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She te Iea"ion4to of pus In am
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al Nsausws .I&-.. -5hmforblftd.
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Falure to Set Service ls ths Caute oa
the Delay.
New York, Dec. 5.-Postponement
of the trial of John D. Rockefeller, H
H. Roger and other Standard Oil mer
in the matter of ouating tae Standard
Oil trfet from MKlsourl has become
necessary becasas of the failure to get
service on Mr. Rookefeller and others
The hearing was to have begun today)
before Frederick H. 8nborn of this
city.
Postponement has been taken until:
January 4. Mr. Rogers was recently
served with a sUbpoenae but it is daic
that service is void and that he will
have to be served again. Among the
others w.om service has ben lacked
is Henry M. Ilagler, John D Archl
bald. Wade Hampton, George Muffatt,
and Walter Jennings.

CHARGED WITH WIFE MURDER.

William Beard, of Fayetteville, Tenn.
sl Arrested.
Payettevllle, Tenn., Dec. 6.-Williari
Beard, a well to do former living neat
bere, was arrested &unday, charge,
with murdering bis wife.
The woman, was ahot ln the temple
while driving with Beard last night
and the latter claim t was done hb
some unknown man, who stopped them
on the road, hiring as Ma'. Beard wae
looking from the buggy.
Before giving ths alarm Beard. It it
said, drove four miles to a relative's
home, passing several persons on thb
way.

MANHATTAN HOTEL CLERK DEAD

Polle Unable to Gather Evidence to
Support Theory of Assault.
New York, Dec. 5.-Dr. J. Jarvis. the
Manhattan hotel clerk who was foun :
unconscious in .1s apartments last
Tuesday morning, was found dying tlais
morning. He had never regained con-
sloaesness after he was found
The police thought at first that Jar
via had been assaulted, but they were
unable to gatler any evidence to sup-
port the theory.
Mr. Jarvis came of a somewhat
prominent and wealthy family In the
city of Charleston. 8. C. A sister and'
brother and brother-in-law were with
him this morning.

Heavy Rains In New York. *
Uttca. N. Y., Dee. I.-esterday a
heavy rain and esow welled te rivers
It this section and much damage ha!
been done. Pewlok river is unusually
high, all the fats for a great distance
through the valley belg flooded. A
section of the bridge wea carried away
and fears were eotertaled for other
atruotures. Telephone and telegraph
wires were damaged. Men and a
team were carried down stream from
Whiteeborm and had a narrow eecape
from drowning Reports of sillalr
txiprirences were also received

Torture of a Preacher.
Therstory of the torture of lRev 0(
D. Miorr, pastor of the Baptist church
of Harpervillle, N Y will interotl
you. He esa: 'I suffered agonies,
tbecase of a persistent cough, result.
ing from the grip. I had to sleep sit-
ting op in bed I tried many rem.
edies without relief until I took r. 1
King's New I)iscovery for Oonsump*
tion. Coughs and Colds, whleh entirely
eured may cough and served me from
CeoOumption A grand sore for dis-
eased cond it ions of throat and lungs
At all drurglsta; price 6b srad 1 (00,
guaranteed. Trial bottle free.

Insane Wo'e-an Takes Charge ef Car.
(irarli k.. :.- rT 5 --Mrs ina ealr.
ry. aSb( arrli -d here on a re;:roN t'trk
et tood for a-age from :pokaoe.
Was. to Tu:sa I T took poseaeao
Saturday of *the csr on whtea she was
a palas ger drtv:.g the other ocru
pants out "tn a puluo. aad is still is
'be ear N, *ffors syve w made
to eapturto he' xr pt by pr#ualsi
aad she he :r.res'u4 to j.oo if not
let aroe.

Patrelman Aeedentalp S*he


lamba. ea&, Du i --eI traa
L'We of the pp'IF Sors oi nwirving
& WoUdd leg the rt o4 a da Vltar
oddfA p40tel fe1l el l t Pdfeow
o Orsrs Whooebad 1. agadsww
s L eusee IMe giwd. the ball esn.
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Crew of Twelve Men Racaped From the
I Roof of the Vessel.
Pittshurg, Pa.. Dec. .-T.:e steamer
Twilight sank i o 0 fee r \\ater at
Lock No. 2, in the Monongahe:a river
Sunday.
The crew of twelve men escaped
with their lives by hurryitn: to the roof
of the boat then being taktr, off in
skiffs. The accideot ia rare in :he an
nals of river men. Wl:h a tow of nix
Sloaded flats tne Twilight was coming
into the harbor.
Iock No 2 Is new and 'ho ~ilde wall
for boats has not bee erre',ce and tCe
current of the rising M'onwima.i!a was
too much for the power of the Twi
Eight's wheel and the ltetamnr and tow
were swung toward te .rdan before she
could be fastened.
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Gin Saws Cut Man to Death.
WVest Point, Ga., D'c William
Talley. a white man in Iharro of W.
N Maddlox's gnneory at Whltesvile.
Ga.. was accidentally k l:,i Saturday
Something had gotten wrong with the
gins saws, and atooplnig dosn to ex
amine the machinery, aiil aniijst the
difficulty, hlh foot slipped. andl he was
thrown on the saws. His body and
lower limbs were so terrlly lacerated
and the shockpo great th.tt hbfore med
Ieal aid could be sunlmontil he was
dead. Mr. Talley was :. years of age

To Establish Car Ferry Service.
Ottawa, Ont.. Dec. i --The Ontario
Car Ferry company was Incorporated
yesterday with a capital stock eof i60i.
000. The ineorporators are C. M
Hays. 8. Ftlshugh an, J. W. Loud,
of the Randd Trank ral:way, Montreal,
and R B Yates. W. T. Noonan and I.
W. Davis, officials of the T ufalo, Ro
chester and Pittaburg. The company
will establish a car ferry service be
tween Canadian and American ports.
according to the papers flled here.

Depew Has Net Resigned.
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 5--A perslatent
rumor that Chauncey M I )tpew had
resigned the United States senator-
sbip to which he was elected by the
legislature of this state. ast January.
was dispoe.l of by GT,\~rnor Higglns
today whi n he said: "1 have not re
clved the resignation of 8asator D-
pe~w nor any comuanllation or latl
nation from him or any one else Indl-
eating that he Intends to resign.
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9,623.000 Sales In Oiners' Report.
ID lias, Tvx.. ID)c. 4 I le r. p0 rt ol
the Nailonai i 'Inners' .1 .o-liatlon on
this year'i ci:: ou cr',i l was aina puli
lic at noon today. he rel'Irt gives
t9,23.000 bales as the eaoon's yield
President J. A Taylor issued a state.
meat saying that '. l crop reIpor .,as
bee practically completed, and he has
allowed 2 per ceLt fur an uinderatll
mate.

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and use that old and well-
tried remedy. Mrs. Wiaslow's booth.
ing Syrup, for children toethlin. It
soothe the ehild. mofteao the came.
allays all patI. eurro wind eolie sand is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen.
r.flve Oatea a bottle

Reunion Florida ODvs on. United Con-
federate Veterans. Jacksonville.
Fl ., Decemher 15-14. 1906.
Os aeooont of thl above named '-*
Oasion the Atlantl Coast I.ne hls
named the rate of ,.* aot per mile
ploe twentylfnve cr: with a minimum
rato of lfty eentr !hi rae has been
authorized from a l.ia*te In the ratie
of Florida ard tlrk. will be sold De*
member 12 aod fir ,r ns eoheduled to
arrive at Jaekeoinv;. before noon of
Ilee aber 13th I a limit of tIekets
sill be L*eeemlir :t, Iteme ase re-
str etid to eoor",n *. passage l *eeh
direetoe. There .honud be a large
etrod glag, to .lr-. ave llI oe thisf asleep. aa th rse. are egtremely i Lw.
Prospective pasert s abooteld eall s
Adastle Coeat I. rr st*eau for fell is.
forsatson or writ* t reek C Ioylstoo.
Di[etrte I'aseeger gea,IJaIeMevtlle.


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Seaboard Mail.


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Only Liiin, Op)rating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleas

For full information and sikrper reservation eml o('in a lent Seaboa d
write A. 0. MAcIJION LL, l Ij. TON, Jn..
Asst. General P'ssonger Agent, l'oatIIngII r Agett,
JACKLYDEON VILL FRIIA.


CLYDE LINE


]FUIU TB.A~LIT. GB) ,E1S.ALOI-I WE31JEJK[
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Jacknonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLUIST&N, S. U., both ways.
Tb. nIat st"auslups In the cwswIse envies

The Ulyde Newv England and Southern Lines
Diret Berveie Between JACKSONV!LLX., BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Poink.,
Calling at Charlestonboth ways.
1BEMI :-E- W38 EM3K LPY B.A ILX=Zqa
tSouthbooad........... ..........From ZlAwl Whar, 11W100
Northbound ................. From Poot of Catherine mt.. Jaeksonvlllt

Clyde St. Johns River LIM
13et01V*0n JAICK01o1VILLM and MAP4rosta
ltogping ast Palatka, Astor. ht Fraiss, Ilereaford (DeLand),and Itarmediaw
Landings on dt. Johos River; sonmeancig Weduedrlay, November 15, 19N.
s rt.AmEks
"CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FIIEI'K DeBAIR~
Are appointed lo soil as lollowo: Leave Jaeksonvillp, daily sleeplStaitors
days. al Szp. m. Return in#, leave ?hauiford, daily rezeept hi4sudays,wa0 j800a.m.

IV HHEI)U LI
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6:46pas ... .. .Jliatka..............lfave 1I100m
1-00Dam.. .... Astor IIO P
4:1U soa..... .. $1 .rasela ... ......... ...IM P
Berieord (I.LN ..d) 1p... ...m 11Pas
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101O am ....... ate rpriee..... 0.. IManEl
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W.. Ua 11 Jr foebs goeiasi. V .f'.LLA'IJ. -R644 idSa.
VIt ofmefsgag 8troe Jeese v. VIe.
RuB1~f1V.ts alem. Ass. its Verb.CLflW1~t~tr, ftxU.8
A 4i WNA"TI. WIN. I I Iar
UenDOM Massager. fisnteral Ageoss
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FO1 ALL EARTHLY POINTS


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Abolutely

Pure

DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF
TARTAR BAKING POWDER

It does not contain an atom of phos.
phatic acid (which is the product of bones
digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum
(whick is one-third sulphuric acid) sub-
stances adopted for other baking powders
because of their cheapness.


I
EWS OF C TY AND D. A Miller, a progressive oitien of
N Mloauopy, is in the city, having boen
summoned here on jury duty before
COUNTY CONDENSED the circuit court.
COUNTY CONDENSED ^= ::"' ;'7
New No. 7 Fay-Rholes typewriter for
sale. LAlg carriagtr-Jole the ma.
Mattrn of Genral Intereot Oath. chine for law office. Cash or install-
ered by Our Reporters. ment. Call at suo office.
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
S What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Pasagraph
Se That "He Who Runs May Read"
St In The Sun.
S Ladie' selling eards in latest styles
St Sln offle.
File suppers and fine candles at the
Bauaar Thursday.
Dry oak and pine wood for sale. J.
N. Bone, 'phone 19.
Fruit eakps for immediate or future
...... delivery. Keystone Bakery.
X. C Smith, the furniture dealer of
Osalss. was in the lity on boslIness j
1 rtdy.
e Bay your Ohristmas presents at
Woman's Guild Baiaar. Thursday af-
ternoon and evening
SMiss .elela Alvares, one of Starke's
mest popular young ladies, is visiting
Miss Cora Jolly of this city.
Furnished room to rent on block ad.
joining square. Oentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at Hon office.
Extraeopiesof the Industrial Edi-
tdin of The Sun for sale at Avers's and
Vidsl's news stands at 10 cents
For Rent-Two furnished flat, one
of four rooer and one of three rooms
Mrs. Poster, 40i West Main street.
The Harlow Minstrels, which will ap.
pear in the clty on Monday, Is perhaps
one of the best traveling In the South
Mirls Franel LIddon has returned to
her home at Ocals, after a pleasant
visit to her siter. Mrs Dr J. M. Dell,
In thl city.
liomer love of ''renon, W. .. Lew-
I uof Alachni and I, J Knight of Ia.
COrnse formed a trio of vsitorl to this
eity yesterday.


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USE
..1AMIME FACE POW IE..
IN GMaMn 3OX1 ONLY.
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARMLESS AS
wATZEa.
NADINE rFae Powder s oompounded nad
purlAted by a iWrlY DIoOvSBD PrOCAM.
S Produ a beautiful. soft velvety appnenoe.
whleh remais i atul wahed off. L41 bwho
usne NMadise ae Powder In green boxs are
sure tbe oompleito wil be freas and lovely at
oloseofr teeveaWI. THBQUALITY LS UN-
QUAL OD. n one Wo-ent peerake and If
ryou wr no crsely mautled notify us, and we
wiU p-omptly WNID vousa MONIT.
Sold br ead~~ ud muriste or mail. Prioe 60
cents. WMtu.t . lak. Brunette.

National Toilet Co., Paris, Tenn.
TH AL Sold in (Gaineeville by J. 8. Bodiford
SCoo. and J. W. M40ollum & Oo.


Friends will rearel to learn of the
Indispositiou of Perry M Oolson at his
home. Alachua avenue.
Attorney William Hooker of (oala
has returttd to Hii. home, after a brief
professional visit to this eity.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of.
flMee, o per dosen, $8 per hundred.
Cash must aacompany order. dawtf
W. (; TllRhmeanof Palatka, member
of the firm of N. J. Tillhman & oase,
was a vi-ltor to Galneville yesterday.
W. T. Williams. formerly of this elty
but for the aist two year residing in
Jacksonville, io spending a few days
here.
Sam Lerih of Jaeksonville, who has
bIen mnaktinhi hs headquartee In this
oity ftr the past two weeks, ha re*
turned to his home.
Captain J. A. Bryan of Tampa. rep*
r+esttiaa th Cable Oompany in that
seelion, left Monday for Lve Oak, at-
ter a pleasant visit to hse friend, B. H.
Chase, in this ally.


L C. Ellis. representing the Ludden- READ TH S.
Oaepbell-Smlth (Cmpany, pianos and A I
organs, has lgon to Stark* and other Mobile, Ala Feb. 1., O10.
pointe in the iinere,t of his liae. lr E W. Hall, St. Louis. Mo -UDear
lpeelal Agent W I). Yarrington of sir: During the past year we hav
The Time.-Union 1is n the city in the sold over twenty-four dosn "'HIal
lateret of his paper lie made The i rat Dlsovery' for kideWy ad bled-
Sons oSee a fraternal call lait nugh der trouble and during thattime hae
received on euoplalet.
M Is Hasle Smith of Waeahoota was Yours repretfally.
in the city yesterday. a guet of U. VA Axr ari A A Px.
friends. She was en rou1e horne from
LaCree., where shehas twn visit, A TEXA3 WONDER.
Mis IReole Parker one mall bo e of he Tena Wo-
W. 11 Phifer left yesterday I fr toor ,rder. HaUL' Oeat Diosevoro es m al
Park, where he go to look after hr kidney and bladder useble, ese
ammene turpentine later tMr I gravel. eamr diaobea omia-l eal
Phlfer is ibterp'ted Ia the manufae skiams.weak ad k-Me bksa, heema-
tue of naval stores at trove Park. im ad U all rulaitei of th kid-
with 8. F. Wati. aey aA ud blader ln bMh ma ae d
By eammaaseatiea with w a woea.realse bladim twmblesa Li
Tho-am, peoae wabehg work done in iiMrea. If a midk b poer d rud I
the earYpear iBe of )a o takenby by son. will be a I A mall araspg of e $
uea, be pet Ia seee with o the a ail heW ia m a a oJw.a
meat aMd AeOM 1b1 s1 peehe. a
ua elge0ea t a0 tbe plead to @ear. Dr. xmeasl WW. Nal. ae moam.
meett0he0. Vies J.a faWe" r. P.. es a at. mk. Ima.
S_- ---- -ead t --- 1" f neata. beM J
OT rB a n MSu On Aux M aU MecoUlea a Os


NWE Yu Rau

CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH




DECEMBER
Has arrived and Ia, as every.
we knaews the buet bualane
muathu e the ear. We oeegbt
a mlmease line aMds igeea lt
ble fr Deember eautloer and
we wiU he p med te hav ear
dty and reentry t oda valt
oar store am their dwaseag.
We shall eealae teo ill RE.
LIABLE 90MS at MATCH.
LIMt PMICSl and we expert
te make tio htem* i emn
"tl te l y8 aran eovwr.
We bael l ye"a to tak ear
warl ltr 04t -a0 ~la Id
etalk t m* e aren l a ndbe
mtrewd b t a arte a trr


te MT TA33 WM EN OF.


S Write!


Woas t NMBasuar.
mVis Mtfia Perry of Boehelle was
shopplag I be city yesterday.
Wauted-P ) $0 for a client. Seeo-
rity P000 eity and eoonty real estate.
Time year.n J.A. Carlisle.
Your Christmas fruit eakes baked ev-
ery Sasnrday. Price 25 cene a cake.
Phone Keystone Bakery. st
T. O. Booe, formerly of this city
but now residing in Jaeksonville. was
greeing old friends here yesterday.
Tbe Gainesarlle Planinl and Coffon
Company, which had a fine exhibit of
caskeltand eofBol of its own mano-
factore as the Brat Farr, was awarded
a diploma and able ribbon for the ex-
celleeo of work.
Hone John G. Dampier of Hague.
F. F Pallinog of Hawthorn and J. F.
Townsend of Rex, efficient member of
the Board of County Comsnlalonera,
are in thbe uty atteodinl the regular
monthly meeting of the board.
Miu Louale Harrir, the accomplished
daughter of Hon. Frank Harris of
Oeala, is spending a few days delight-
fully here with her friend, Miss Chris-
tine Richards. Miss Harris is a favor.
ite amongI te young soetty people of
the Brick City.
The Helping Hands Society q the
Presbyterian ehoroh will hold a meet.
inl at the home of the president, Mrs.
H. Deanta, 00 East Main street N.,
at 8 o'elook this afternoon. A full at.
tendande is required. All members
are requested to bring their Bibles
with them.
On seouts of the Confederate Vet.
eran' reunlon at Jaekoonville, the
the Seaboard Air Line will ell tickets
Oainseville to Jacksonville and return
for only $1.70. Tickets on sale on the
ltth and morning of the 18th inst.,
good returnia to and Including the
15th. Se Mr. Oobb.


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and Careful Attention.



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THE CONTINENTAL CAFE.
(Fint corner South of P. O.)
Fameo Cetlaetal Cd4ar Key Oysters. Drip Cefbe. Western Meets. Ser.
vTee Uexeelled. Ope Early ad Late.
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and IBON FENCE.
rasee our ample.
Peal attnUoma to aiu tse in
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promptUy atsedmd so
Oalnesvlle, Florida.

AkIAJSTILLI 'S FAORIT
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Alachua Pool Parlor.
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