Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 9, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01047
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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Isa ds e tor g to Ole
Bkt.l wan *a* B4p4% w f
-M ta eOally od, rta owrsA
I~aha fT stores to the *aet
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In ft, bodwo "Nobodo h- be-
SI id M t Ipt bsre
to We heads of the rutee be-

to. fWte. o d I e p 1t Mt rw
[e red m oatuo of s Perk was.
L-y r the o te are wMfo
e hdeeltred. "Nobody hoasaeke
to re~ pad I dest eapegt, be
i 1 leeg..nor lo e netteo it v-

the aenigeatton of Mr. Perkn s was
e by Mr. Ibrps to whom
questotm of Mr. Perklns boldina
s a al poshiti was referred when
r'. Perkis entered the irm of J. P.
Mg A& 00., It is olely at Mr. Mor-
'a suggestion that LM. Perklas Is
rtiriag from theo ow York Ife.
Preeldent Moll explained that t
aei+ppers haW triel hil tetlmony
before the Arnmtrong committee ua-
bMrl. *.**- -<-.

(arence H. Veaer attej to 0*-
S Coirt a" Grebtiamt t tr
gtl tr oa ad-difollolg. jm

- IUtosurabc company to fonina
it wtt a complete lit of the policy
atle -uplem-6ted by their addsae
M-id the amoUBt of their poit .
Te object of Venner's move Is to
itals proxles to be used at the leo-
oa of trustees next April. RKi ooea-
Irl submitted a *latement declaring
t there sxta sufitelent dtisatt-
aong the policy holders to
arrant te eleotto of ewtrustee
pta ouer ofleiea.
' Oo1ael reprW ntUit Mr. MCall op.
joed the appiloatle strenuoly ad
i u as davrt by M i5 l

or an en rd i er ae
paad tat fa Ut was giweto M
IMr be mit uo Uit to the esoM
I A diMtatd a ne ad hisoa w ppowe
b fIrt.
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OeidimHeBd L ww rMust Die During
We0* imla Jan. n.
M TW6 DeCS-.r -ftr making a
aI fld pIawseal p tbo court in b hi
iw boehat, Albert T. Patrick, tbhe
lavwyr davtd of tho murder of Wil.
latm Mash "M, Wodaedday ntiasi
was seateeed to 43I la the eleetrie
ahalr ti e s week beglaaJ January II

IIsar t 0 e branch of tuo
SM4i4la~ '_ *14otlce at our.
SItM O IaBIggU td t he uprenie
o ct of a UM Ottle ona writ
Serror. T' leton for the
wrl. It ala vil Wet as a stay ot
meOs Phti R W asu a t back
to mt mg.
As the ese n armed a eloe Patrick
rW Mti wlhit Ilte alog to the ar.
s-mte balsh M r aM aalnt ita, and
aMre im tOAdly tl his place atd
e4o6ed toI'be ked.
'he lawyer tOhe cape held a hbr-
rte eomttsl Patrti stood p"
Wad anIm. The oWrt'a permission
to proMeed Say was granted and
Patrtck pok bIe early afttw min-
Mtie. Mls IeotW t.t was a bit husky.
bet pMw qtea as he prowded, and
)*4%e- a eW d- am- all to the ourt
MOe .alMM* WeUvely. oppueatlyI
I>prqm d by the nmaswal situatlm.
"W i Ptek to l been allowed to
pro d ta his own behalf he urged
that there Was direct evidence that
RUIe ad bae kUled and relterateJ
hi eladI that he had been convicted
on manufactured evidence.
Judge Roter@ then ordered Patterk
to otad 0t. and sentence was pro'
Citizens Claim Island Is Part of the
United State
New York. ee. l.-A cable teppce
to the Herld trael Haftar *ys that
he mebesn of what is cllamed to be
t .'~lAilatre*" a( the Isle of P1se.
wheo th4y I r crentils to .*
an 4. n .aL reaslateased to
tm AA ft a s er I a to the Amer.
tlea peole by T. & AsJorea. *"acr
tr of ite," and approved a doe
b adIltratln to bm:
'"oe adminietration seoms to be

auit w The oly reply to oar
appeal has been a letter from Mr. Root
nayta he expected to urge coaArm.a
tion of the Isle of Pne treaty." aad
eootlnuat. Ia part:
"We eoaoede that Cuba was gtve
pollee )mrtedetioa ovt the b ad t or
the purpose of givagc proteetlu to mh
and property, bwt we wy a rit U
tait g merrat bt tWvy a a

spt eea 'r o.
Spana's *urs.
"Ww do W anrbi er aStanatlb to
the t Sted taten. All resrds show
eomelively that we are ew part of
0e Usmet S ttes.
"We was t ot reer mory. g me
ammultm. for all te awve e be
freely and beUtItly *red. ti we
would ase them. bet W wat yar is-
teese and support. Weo Le our alg,
er aeetry and our taettw s., ad
Ser a mattmm 6I See al ever

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delbmew measwu sle IVm o p"lse
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Shot Dow* j e of Sarat*l


Had Caled Ge .r- C 0akharoff to the
Door and Fire4 Three Shots Wbih
Produced itaWt.Death--Event Has
SCreated Pree al Ipreulon.
Loadon. Dec. L--he St. PeterburS
oortatomdent of Lte bLu,) Teleg*iapa.
In a dispatch date4 ,1... se.ut by
way of bdtkkuaeq, aa) :
"ULeuteaant 0-I "akharof, for
mer minlater of wat, wai autassiuated
"The Sovernmeat had deputed Gener.
al Sakharof to UWt the pzovluce of
Iaratoff for th* ilrpOte of quilllng the
agrariaa rtotw there.
"A woman SeIamgrg to the so-called
'flying column' of the revolutionary
movement, aleUod st the house of the
governor at ratMI at noon today and
asked 4o eeo GO Ml SakhaYoff. She
ared thrb ahot at the general. killing
him on the spot.
"The tidlgs rWeahed t9 Petersburg
tonltht Cowmt Wite cnarred LAeu-
tenant OoGeWrn IIgter, minister of
war. with the tsk of breaking the
sews to Madam e Sakaror.
"The event bas ere'el a profound
Iapresso to l t Ietersburg, owing
to en that the revoli'ionlsts here
wll follow thy e Mple thul set."

Had OppfrwoF the People.
1St Petersbag, Wednodjay, De. 6.
eralk, tvia t 41t1mbwii-. 1Met Pruis
atll Do. f.--t0 news of the asae-
snattoa of U IeSweat general Bakha.
rot. former oallaer of war, who was
shot In the govereo's palace at Sara-
t.L P s beha bmi proe d by the
mot horrible manss & la iebh Sak
baro had beo oppresnlta the people
He eoralled peasants with Cossacks
and had thko beaten with the soldier,'
whips. la so doing Bakiaroff pur-

sued th system a.opted by Priaet
John ObWleaky. former governor Sen.
eral of Inpland, in uppreaali the
agraruia.I the vicinity of Kharkolf
nte l year ago wbhn the prtnce
oamaed the passant to be whipped by
relays Onfoaanj s npoapelled them
hi turn'to bet th' ir veoradee. T.e
Measmt of Sakharof hag not been
11d6alIed. W e. arrested the wMsaa
wtr eomtJted the crlme declared obe
had eseoted a decree 4 te terror
dsetB ao the 8oeial rievstloaists.


AlIA MHe Wea Wanted P Peaeing
WeI.te*e Otheek.
New OTM, Dee -WIllas Prey.
of ~e P, a tafrmer -eoe, was a

ft an I ordrr fl- t-he el Or
Spee I of sarta *e. aMegig ew t be
Swated s iw aaaef a woathlew

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W~tO IN* Tba.ue r WSiO eoes
mes he am that se ns ge to
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lt Mad ave *a a d Ier tnP
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With Per Contage of Cotton Picked
In the Cotton oeIt.
DnIla.s Tex.. Dec. 8- The following
I the cotton crop report of tae Nation.
al dinner's association, which was giv.
z oun at 11 o'clock today.
Reports sent to us from tie wiolt'
e tten belt. every pilto*tioe represent.
ed. Indicates a total crop of 9.623.0oo0
balftn wh S.4M.o00 bales ginned up to
De, 1. The crop thus far picked Is
92.4 per coat and $8 per cent has been
The report by states Is as follows:
Alabema I0,00 ginned: 19 per ceot
Arkina s20.00b ginned; 95 per cent

Georti 1.M49.0(0 ginned; 97 per cent
Indlan Territory Mt,000 Ilnned: 90
per ceat picked.
LouWslaa 344,000 Sinned: 90 per
cent picked.
Missisrlppit I.060 ginned; 87 per
cent picked.
Missuorl 1.000 ginned; 90 per cent
North Carolina 61,000 ginned. 96
per eat picked.
Oklahoma U4.000 ginned: 87% per
oeat pleked.
oath Carolina 976,000 ginned; 91
per oeat picked
Tenneosee 19,000 ginned; 9I pet
cent plhked.
Texas 1,971,000 ginned; t1 per cent
(Bgned N. T,. tlckwell. secretary;
J. A. Taylor. President.


DWsegatlon to Ure Depenlng of the
Apalachleola Harbor.
(lolunibus, Un .. 8De. -(lorgia
Florida and Alabama cities that would
be benefited by de*elnIng the barber
at Apalac.tlenls. Pla.. at the mouth
of the Cbattaboohee river, have been
Invited to he present at a tleetinl ol
the Colimbee board of trade Thurn
day nlght, at which a strong Jelegaton
1lli be appointed to go tefore the gov
erament board of angtmer at it p
proarblag sessaio at ApalwMtloola, sad
e lblIt facts and Asres relative to
de*Pealss the harbor there.
StaUltic bshowli)l the commerce o
the nlint, Chatalloochkb e a d Apolach.
tlo:a rivers, sad how the citite an.
towns on r.se streams would be hen
*&ted by Improving the harbor at Apa.
lachleota, will be submitted.
VartouI elUe have already notllie
Pr'aidet J. RaisteM Oa i, of the
bord of tLradt that they will be rep
reaead at the aeetng.
0overr Terrell wae laeivtd to be
predat, bet bad as eagageset which
be oad 1oC debr.


CMe Prereree See-- u Maase e
t Tteem Wther Mondo
New Y@. *D. *.- 4e Uaitie4
la-e -lmignlm qeM B ad twaa ak
am eI i t th eatlooast
at XIsS4= b10e Aa
pgt Se eet, eitnod Mte ?ation
as @Olte Sft 4meof, eWd the see
*a**. @u ineaa' Wee Ar-bblsabo
lan- odf ft. Pa; M0 eNW MNea of
lands me hpee, peiden,
Sthe hIgW- U.r w o'f labor,.
mi ~esC r J. a. ks,. of
9hl ehiglMt W tht ever I.3e.0
l |r--0 *Ms to the l'rI.J

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Overluad Lmited Collidoe With
Freight Trai&.


Engines, Dynamo, Mall and DIning Cw
on the Passenger Train Were Cro
pletely Demollshed-Many of Triin's
Crew Are Among the Dead.
Grveu ltUvrr, Wyn.,. lcv. 8.--Te
Overland Ilituted on the I'non Pacitic
railroad collled witjs a freight train.
head-on. at Wilklns station, early to
day, demolllsh~t the uegies., dyna
) mo. mail and dining ars ou the pa.
seng'r trala.
Nine people are known to be killed
Including two mail clerks, four cooks
In the dining ear, two electricians in
the dynamo car and one ealneear.
The wreck occurred at Rock Sprngs.
Wyo The limited was run Into by
the freight and both engines were do-
mollaired. Several of the bodies Wet
r Icinerated The dead were all train
employes who lived In the west.
S An extra freight train was given an
order before It loft Rock Sprtia to
Meet four eastbound passeer tratis,
of wichl the Overlad iated, the last
Sone. at Absay, about miles weet of
Rock Sprina. The ftM4 train took
the sidilg at Ahry aad waited untll
three of the tralas had passed eat
and then pulled out.
When a ulle, aid a half west of A-
say, the fhreIt met the Overland Uli.
tied and crashed lato It hoad-on.
Engli l r QOerran Ordera.
DflIntor n1ritn of the hreight train.
Swho, it Ito Molltq cllly was reapo
sible for to I 'oll uanlag his orders,
was ono of the killed.
Several trains had been badly delay.
f ed at Oranger with t.o result that the
r fo pueaeoner trale were ruadag
elone to eah other.
Thbe freiht and receIved positive or.
deor to meet all fiar of them.
None of the pallngers was serlooS.
ly injured.


SLaw Went Into Sfee In at* of Ten.
neesee,' Doee. 1.
Nsrhvrile, Tea. Ie -O the
frst day of thle mouth the law eaWt
by the last Iegislature. prohl it
getting oN r ars run on tracks la It
lsate wenal ino elect Yestday a
race was rin o t e fair grounds t aL
SLaelbyvillo. Teen,. on whi be-
were o ad. IIt 4 sadersod the n
was arraogel by the Wetern Johi
CII (ollooerers at Memphis al va
lste"dt as a test eae
TI t pIe IIin the raee we awel
ed by th. *,tfr ofl I&e* sn .
Tar rare wes bruishl of to I heiy
will for the rwaso that court wo oIs
seeuio sant raclug see are a a a- l
teoe the coatntteteslt d b i rise
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iLW Killued N r Fw ndina


aJohn Wa4a t 05 Way With a Man Al-
4 i J a i .A* e Brown to Arrest An-
h i Who Was Charged With
H'L lioln Fish Nels.
S Thfeltllowng from the Fernandina
S aq~ode nt of The Metropolis, un.
Sia Of the 18th inst., has the fol-
'*wlig containing the murder of Ex-
' ,if E. E. Johns of Bradford oonn-
w' who for the past few months has
been deputy sheriff of NaNau eoanty,
of which Fernandlna is the county
seat. Mr. Johns was well known in
this sletion, where he had many
friends, and his sad and sodden ending
will be regretted here:
"Deputy Sheriff E. E. Johi.s was
foully murdered near this olty last
S Wednsday 'and there i great excite-
S meet here, s his body was found last
nlght with a ballet hole through his
'"O Weduoeday morning a man call-
Sag himself Abe Brown came to Fer-
sidins aand swore out a warrant for a
party named Doty, alleging that 'Doty
h d stole some fishing oets. The war-
rat was given to Deputy Sheriff Johns
o a rvo and he left town in a buggy
with Brows to make the arrest.
"Mr. Johns did not return to the
city Wednesday and his absence caused
considerable neasules, and yestr-.
day mormlag searehlng parties were
orgasIed, and about noon the horse
aad boggy were found at Davis' Oross.
Is. Tbhe seers was oontlooed for
Mr. Johns lsst night between the bar.
S eek aad the tbech, and Mr. Johns'
bdy was IRally dlscovered lying ln
Shlmamoek near the boech.
Pormerly Bradford's Sheriff.
"Mr. Johns was formerly oheriff of
Brndford sooasy and served I that
SapIMty for many years. He was
knows far and wide as a most elaloenl
eeer aad ona of the bravest men In
he Sate. He has been deputy sheriff
f NaIeo oonty for the pst ill

"Neo one knows anything about the
ma Brown. Hea i yoang man, p.
peially not more than S2 or 28 yearn
Ssp, heIl a light moustaehr, but no
.... Blaig a stranger In ibleilty,
S I le flard that be Iay have bes an t
S kiMe to Ire the depoty away from
S fwn."

Johns Was a WItnoes.
OontUiolang The Metropolls ays:
"Joh was to have been summoned
hor yesterday as a witness In the ***
of the United S6tat agaluat Alto Wil.
Ilme, aohared with bnrakings ad on.
ring the poetom ast Lawtoy omoe
Ite a o. This oae was called this
wek It the United States Court here,
bet w postponed. The evidoane of
Johns was considered very material for
th Oovommraa. It Is a known fast
that Williams, who is a fuolltlv from
nilac as present, belonp to a lasion
a Bradford s anty who are bitter oan
mill to Johba. It wa dilovred ye*-
torday that thbre was a tehbleal error
Is the idltmens aga ipt Williams.
To overcome thia it *a@ ecmnldered
naesary for Johns to come here at
o"e, and a deputy United tates mar-
shal was sent to Fornandlna yesterday
mornlog to nsmmon Johnsl to i atly.
Should Hunt Down Murderer.
"It now remained for the authorities
to establish the identity of the alleged
Abe Brown, and the Government
aboold take a hand la endeavoring to
ferret out this horrible assassination.
The antorltlrs have a elow along this
lineo pna which they are now bard at
work. It is a criminal loffnl to in.
Slmliat or dil|oe of Uorveramen
witame, and in dolag so in this eae
it seea that foul murder has bea re-
sorted to for this purpose, and such a
st Is a black spot upo tire Statc and
a tdlgrae to it. fair eame.
"Tbe body of John will lave For.
sania this after.o. at 1:1) o'clock
orb thislity. Her is will be tram*.
afrid to the train for Starke, wbhre
th fueral e trvio* wll be hold to
miew. A delegation of Elks from
he JaolkaovilU lodge will me*t the
Ia t*s evening, the de~**d lhav.
lg bees a member of the order. Ta.
namem a doeleatioa of Elks wall g to
SM a to Moda te fuoeral of tb de .
emes l bew.
"Jeas -- u y popl lar I rasu.
dial a- WW a thp asnabber of pvo.
pie m arn a-if tr bhe mau allrgI
to be Aba De..

il Iw --y
Tmble i edm Smpst L
Hew Tw Iad Out.
Fill a bottle or common glase with you#
water and let it stand twenty-four booam;
-a sdiment ort-
Stunhealithy .
'AV Z;r- vney; .If It tina
your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too
frequent desire
'- '" to pss it or in
i the beck is
also convincing proof that the kidneys
and bladder are oat of order.
wht To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills evry wih In curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, iiver, bladder
and every part of the urinary passage.
It corrects inability to hold water
and selding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne-
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis-
tressing cases. If you need a medicine
you should have the best. Sold by drug-
gists in fifty-cent an(d monc lollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle and a
book that tells all
about it, bothsent free
by mail. Address Dr.
Kilmc- & Co., Iing-~
hamton, N.V. When, hsoE amc inemt
writing mention this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Binghamton, N. Y.

Druggists Will Have Until April lit to
Take Out License.

The Son contained in a recent issue
an article to the effect that the drug-
glata by a ruling of the United States
revenue department would be oom-
pelled to take out a government II-
eans if they sold a certain line of pat-
ent medicines containing a give per.
eentage of alcohol after Januaryl 1t,
1906. This order originally provided
that no drugglst should dispose of this
elas of drugs after Deember let with.
oot a government liieone, but later an
nooneemeot ame that graee would be
extended to January let. The depart-
meat has sinee Ieued a statement that
the time has been extended to April
lit. 1080.
In speaking of the matter Friday a
promlnaeo lotal drogglst stated that
the busins In Gainerville would not
be affected, with the possible exception
of two or three remedies, and for
which there haa been a very poor sale.
"We do not fear the law," he lid,
becausee we are legitimately In the
drug basiales ad if the dealers In
bese remedies want to keep their
moods on the market they muat 'pay
the freight.' I do not mean to Infer by
this that the remedies may be t ake as
eontalping too much alcohol, bat that
the ale s so slow is would not pay us
to handle Ihe goods under a license.
"It may soand poeuliar," the drgo-
lot continued. "bat our trade has
boos les In mediaeta claimed to have
i great per oentag of alcohol aineo the
county voted dry than before. Those
remedlis I know are good for whatever
they are advertised to osure ad it is
aoly the fanatles who claim thal the
moaufactorer and the dragll t are
gettiil rich' from their sale."
Doctors Ould Not Help Her.
"I bad kidney trouble for years,"
write Mrs. Raymond Ooaner of 8hel-
ton. Wash.. "and the doctors could not
belp me. I tried Foley's Kideyo Cors
lad the very flrt does gave me relief
and I am now cared. I eanaot.say too
much for Foley's Kidany Core." Is



Ar Layrli A( lac EnJfoyd sI
IMaical Trest.
Tha NmAl oneert of the Measn a
IdfuiSiW C(hurch Friday eveuai
WaAWaFlbyi a large sad appeals.
Iro i The numbers were al
well wiiid and of a high older.
Mrs, A. Goodwin, although suffer-
ing from a severe cold, which seemed
to render her hardly unable to undey-
take to i sneceeded Io pleasing her
many ftIads with her beautiful ren-
dered oo. In the high tones she had
wonderful oastrol and she received
many fatMoble comment.
Mr. F. .tWyatt in his solos showed
bli powerful and cultured voles to
good advatage. His seleedoos, while
they were elassieal, were filled with
the waOtest music.
The oreheatr was charming, the
Misses iampton and Richards on the
violin playing with mneh expression.
Mrs. R. A. Booker, at the pipe organ,
was at her best. The concert was a
real musiesal feast.
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duekwell, aged 25 years,
choked to death early yesterday morn.
ing at his home in the presence of his
wife and child. He contracted a slight
cold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to it. Yesterday morning
he was aslied with a fit of coughing
which cobtiloed for some time. His
wife sent for a physician, but before
he could arrive another eooghing
spell came on and Duckwell died from
soffocation.-St. Louis Globe'Demo-
rat, December let. 1901." Ballard'i
Borehound Syrop would have saved
him. 20a, 0s and $1. Bold by W. M.

Clever Traveling Salesman Gets Off
Some Original Puns.
W. W. Pemble, the clever traveling
representative for DeVoe's paint, who
has boen a regular visitor to Galnes-
ville for several years, has furnished
The Sun with a couple of original puns
which will be appreciated. Mr. Pomr
ble ia the author of the ritual of that
famous order, the Ancient Order of
O-Ran-O-Tangs, whihb was so popu-
lar In the South during the 90'e.
His late follows:
Why do the people of the Isthmus of
Panama always have sauh a hot time?
Amwer a Basuoe they always have
"Oolon" (oal-oo) as well as a Panama
(pAn-o'-more) to spare.
Why doe the president of the Re-
publis of Pana have perfumed fin*
gert Answer: Beosae of the Rose-
Olatc the Idea?
In Mad Ohase.

Millions rush in mad chlas aftrt
health, from one extreme of faddism
to another, when, if they soold only
at good food, and keep thair bowels
regular with Dr. King's New Life Pills,
their tronbles would all pa away.
Prompt rellef and qslek oure for liver
and stoaob treeble.. o at all drug
store guaranteed.
aineavil LeodLo Prosprous.
Osoinatvle Lodge No. 0~, P. B. 0.
E lI forging abahd wltk gratifying
rapidity. The lodge was Iniatated
with a charter membership of eighty,
but many have boon admitted, &ad
he membership will now exeed mon
hundred. At the meeting Tharday
night tbree adidtae were eeoorted
over the hot sands of 1likdi, and
there are as Ies a dosesa m who
have bon elected, and will be Ilatl-
ated a the proper tih. There are

also hdde ai number of gleionsbefore
make* the diseaed kidaeysr aod soi P. s op" within the
they will elemiaate the poione fr om t i a e
theblood. Unleaishey do this god n tio tuofr motl oolsboes the lot
health is impoeible. J. W. MeCollum tion of sm$18. el be the o lseb
a Co. reeady purehad by the Els. wbleh
will be a eredlt o ta order and the
To Whom it May Concern. eity.
I do hereby obligate myself to fur- To Our*a a i n One Day
nish any reponsible household with a Tae L' XATIt SIOMO Quinine
Iret-elas high grade Laddes A Bata Tb Dr. nW refund Me it
Club Plaao at the rate of thirsyeve fails to en.. ., W. Grove's seastor
estr per day, or eight dollar per les a eek hab. me.
month. This(ilano s by tar the bees
lanrtnmeat I ever saw or sold for 8WT. iremne Lam Li tIs Wraee
Huabtds. your igarn os t more n a Aj emaal &a.. L e. 8.-4 a i
ths ameoat er day. Your elob bills tal a btw o two ao f
ar m B lay the wifAe ad girls a a L*t .L Ie c M IG I MeMM
piao. that they may be eatertalaeid I rs ibareM a am tak P t&&@
your abre.. A Chrismee pomseat, t ~ am IL a e was
a New Year's ift. a birthdaur recent. aM4 ba d a aM O t. a
$toOe*k. A. I. Naursa f. h 101eba Pe & tt aim 1

O ld FLAad ItawL w
FM (yrowin ossk- 10001010 SOW 0 W&fIF VO
S; Ant am s le mi. It

Old Fast.ats-ar 46a




Has Tabulator
Every Machine. i

Lightest Shift! Lightest Running! The
Champion Speed Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholes, More Fay-Sholes in
use in Gainesville than any other machine.

For Sale by....

THE SUN, Gainesville, Fla.

f Inorporatedl
Abstraets of Title and full information furnished regarding lands to ,thh
county. Onr manager has lived in this county thirty yeat n -
It thoroughly conversant with land titles.

E. E. TVO'7rLB,
seoting a number of prominent American and Englih eonmpanies.
oi egrlle : Jlor'ide
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The goestion
The question Renders reliable services of every sort along the line of
of Title the Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alaohoa county.
finrt consid
ro or SPECIALTIES: Abstreats of Titles; Tax Sale etres;
rs!o o rA ts fbr Nes-Reldet Lead Owners; Plate of OCunap,
the investor. Tewm, Etc.
References: First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
Doton & Co., Bankers.


Sea Island Cotton..

Sea Island

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


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

Galnesill e & Gulf Railiay Compay


Time Table in efect September

No. 4. No.
Dail Dallv. I TA T T )V

24, 1906.

No. 1. No. 8

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110 I . .. ...... Irvl .............. . 2 8
S 0 ....... ... ... Dungarvan ..... ......... 10
S .............. youths de..... .......... 2 0
i ..... Hck an........ 200
.. .. ............. ... Lak limonto n... ..... .. .
tOOm ....... m o....... L.....Pi ..:::::':. i: l
S10 ...... .... ... i opy ..... ....0. .
S 0 .& *I ....T oo.. .. 0 ......
4 16 ...... .....r ood .. ......
20 ........ ........ Cly tt......... ..... .....
4 .o .. ... ....- w a t .. .... I 0 ......
ao W looa ... 110
S40 ........ Rocky Point....::: .. ::: I.s .
4OO Lv '" 1 ..... ln ill. ..... 2 L.
I ID ..........BouSBe .... .. M .lu r
OI :?7 Iyril..........402-

..............: ... ... e1. I 4 p .. .......
... 8 8 ..L Ct~e a it, *.. *
........I n II 3IMI00 G......V dM.S, e. a & p .
s I f -.... Sa 8. A f. 1 5 0 S ......
A AM i Pi*. M. a 0
L 4 PM Lv PMi......
L do not rrubetw 'isrilev and Fairtelj o
L IL lARKU, Oemesal Suu'wrinaent. J. F. HILL. ASw,

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0OF CMT AWD' h submitting of teetionay rand argument
in th earse. the Jery brought i in \er-
MCOUNIT CONDESED diet for the defendant.
SU Hon. James H. Tillma n rid rphl, w,
*. and Mrs. S. T. Dell have re. i GOeorg, Tillman Bailey. Hir.r. l.av r,i
from 8tarke, where they have 1pent a-vrral days ploalin: !y h.r.r.. deI
oa a brief b ,it pleasant viit tofI k |hB rl ener d y ( r y r > I .
I prtl esserday for t-r hoiup in
3 dand relatives. theCod &t a*Q -aml oe fi roer ,for ltda-.tM. (r 0. GotI r i ;1 .A? C r
A. W. Thoma" of the Singer Sew- CeI CGe.e aSi, taireasts, l. made unanly new friends I.,rT- o he r... PO InflUta and Children
siee neces ai Leu Ctbr. Pumema.
MaMhIe C(ompsany has returned cm"iatd1 As Di M A fRretted his departure, li t tri ts tL M haad
a business trip to the East End in DralwetnIlMa.MLtSL he will find it convenient to return at h i V
treat of his house. TU., ALBOTT FE BY MAIL some future time. He ir one of the The Kid You Have
Itl Agent Wallace of the Union aanmlayumeaaddrineo leading lawyers and niat icor genial
trial Life Inquraune Company, Cin. mAmSIO N a N M 91P Street I Nw Yrm gentlemen in the 8tate nited for clever Alw VS Yo0
ti, wh makes his hoadqrtr, at people. A- 't"bleuMtionh
Oak, is in the etty in the interest it Mr. Pdg who was formerly The Doig 8elfrFeeding Antomatio lati oandRcula-B
sity Mr. Padget%. who was formerly sw ataMldaM
his company. looted in 8. os ony in the n Gin the only one of its kind on the M4e d le
J. MJ e of Hawthora ws in the l stores, buines, now has a plan t market, ba returned front the StateI -/_
yesterday. Mr. MBae Is engaged New River whih proiisel to pay him Fair. It was flabied p with all the Mr S1
tmahe efetarersn' aeybeines, well. He is regarded as one of the hardwoods he y-w fn- Signa
l ametina with fine ewom He mot thoroughly posted young naval to show what Bee faraitre could be Prootes DigestionCverfu
usmt retained from point in South store mn ain the Bate. made from woods here. This gin was nssandRIest.Contains neither of
Wtearea re e fm in *s in foll operatlen oad was very attract- OpnuMSsaphtine nor MtHral. 0
a. We are in a position to furnish first, ie to the visitors. It received first IOTIABRCOTIC.
rranty deed and mortgage blanks elats bean, oke and lettoee hampers prise This gin nquires no pe.ron to...
sIlet tbbeoaoe, the form aned in also cabbae and canatloupe crates eed it. which is a mw feature in gin- .
county which mves money la promptly at reasonable prices, and Mvk l Ad S MWW
aodig. $2 per hundred or 50 per guarantee prompt shipment on all ing cotton.
nby mail. Oash must company contrnts. Ship on eitherA. L. or Deputy Sheriff Geo. W'. Livingston
or. dwtf A. L. railroads. Williston Mono. of Newberry has reorned to this city S
By communicating with W. R. fAturing Co, Williston. Fla dawtf. from Brookman, Ga., where he was
personss wishllg work done in Mr. and Mr. R. A. Larselere of mo the aeriou ills or hia mo ther, U
rearpenterlineor jobt taken by con. Jonesville, Ohio, have arrived in the t o, II
9, can be put In touch with the city, and will apfned the winter with Mrs. T. A. Liviton nt ApefeclRemedy forronsUpa.
designed, who woold be pleaded to Mrs. Larselere iter, Mr. J. D. Tur e of ae, who is suffering from a fl Stowch.)iarr
9 them. William J. Ward. ner. North Galiesville. They were here sroke ofl aompeld to rtLivirn to the 1 Yr=ilsO ns.Fewr h
who was compelled to return to the ta n da ilOSt OFr SLet For u e r.
Among the prominent Jacksonville abouteleven years ago, and iepresse our in Lenoso h tt thr her
court In session here, states that he FoO0
people who are in Gainesville is Geo. surprise at the wonderful advance, left the patient a little improved, but ac Sumr Signature or
W. Mitchell, senior member of the ment of the city ad suburbs since still in a erios conditi. Years
lrm of M iobell & Gilreath, proprl that time.
esorn of ilrosmth's Quick Loaunch, whbh Mrs. W. Cassinghm of Coho DeputySherif. .orl ofArcher T
sO WaS icin^^ the ci ty yesterday r ur
report Is well known and popular with too, Ohio, who is now spending a few hasust returned term a hntlny. Mr. url-
l Floridlans. weeks with hersister, Mrs. J. W. Me- petition to Gulf Hammock. He was In
Milks' Emulsion oures like magie. Dowell, at their country home near a party compried of Marshal Chas. H.
Positively guarnated to acre stomach Newberry, returned yesterday to that Crisman, Justice J. N. Smith and XACT COP OYF WiARNt.
trouble, eonstipation, olds, coughs, point, after a brief but pleasant visit Peter King of Mlesaopy and his neph.- C
asthma, ostarrh of the throat, Ionc to friends here. She as aooompaoled ew. W. D Crl, of Forth Lewisborg. 9*1411 *ussjm now "M emH im*
trouble. Upwards of fifteen are now by Mrs. McDowell's Interesting little Ohio. The party was favored with fl I
esing it. Price 0 cents per bottle. daughter, Miss Dorothy. look, having killed number of wild
Saonders & Earle. C. 0. Hudson, representing the Ba. turkey and other prme. They enjoyed
Remember the rate to Jacksonville ker & Holmes Company, wholesale Iro- Tbhanklrvipg diname In the wilde of
over the Seaboard on account the Oon- cars, Jacksonville, is in the city. The Golf Hammoek and the prinolpal item
foderate Veterans' reunion. Tickets family of Mr. Hudson, who resided of the menu wre two large fat tor-
oe sale December 12th and for the here for some time, are now pleasanly keys which had bee killed the day be.
morning train of the 18th, good return- located nl Jacksonville. Mr. Hudson re. _
Ita December 15th, only 11.70 for the expense to resume a position with the if the Baby Is Outtng Toeth
round trip. SeeMr.Oobb. 5t Frank Tea and Spiee Company after Be sure ad use that old and well-
Among the visitors to this section Jaoary 1, and will travel Florida and tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
y7eterday was Capt. 8. HI. Galtkill of South Georgia. ing Syrup. for chldlren teething. It
Malotoeh, one of the most widely Captain A. Paul, special agent of the soothes the child. softens the gums,r, Te R o
Wot c allPa tsi., curne wind ooie anid It
kowln reldenot of that coonty. Mr. general land offl, United Stees t te ngovn f or diarrhoea. Twen.
'-altakill Ip the owner of a herd of eromebt, hb returned from Jack.- ty.nv oan bottle,
heolse cattle and s a farmer is re- eooville, where he by been in attend* -_., _
atrded as one of the most practical la aoee upon the United States court.
atasot section. Clerk H. B. Arnold of the United Is the liall-mark of i woll-dressed
O aeecoont of the Confederate Vet- States land oflee, who was also in at.
I reunion at Jaekeonville, the tendaoee, proceeded to his home ina ** WOlla all( thO it 801111 good to
t1*e OSboard Air Line will sell tickets Orlando, where he will spend a well- Palnter, m n. For that and othel reasons we
Imaville to Jacksonville and return earned vacation. it. Ill. Fr t ilIIther1
o ly*$1.70. Tickets on ale on the Mrs. Loolu Thomas of the Golf Ham- D0t0r ator Id ( sire tO (CAll yo r attention to 1 OWW
and morning of the 18th lost., mock Hotel is in the city, having been Paper Hitnr.
returning to and ineloding the summoned her on b rnlan oosee e ted 4E ., G . specials that can't be (lldplicate(d aty-
.See Mr. Cobb. with the hotel. This etimable lady where Flori i tho mo ey:
rided of J. O. Torrey, chief elerk made The 8on anogreeable eall. Sbe -- ', W I In r 10ll 1( ort eIC 1 loey.
1he *Ipe of Dvieoe Superltend- staes that she has the hotl now la Al kind of outside and lotsde work
fPe d of,the Atiastie oe Li Use, *ezelles eoodlilon for esterta lhil promptly and neatly z eoosed.
| be rptL- ed toleam thea he k le r he toorit saed sportsmen, aad from
from his ainiopoeitios, sad the inquiries whihk she has reolved, PAPER HANGIN(O and SION WRIT-
Sekanee are that he will be ea aslod eaon le atleipated. IGO a sp.aally. si.lnch Black Peaut de Sole Silk, re'gu. Q IQ
to resame hle duties at the be- Remember the old reliable Seaboard .. lar price t .75, noW... ............... uv .
alag of the wek. pus you la Ja~aoavillle on time. U A
Caa Perry. eotored, was arraimned Qlkeet and most diret route from l I 6.nch Black Peau de 8le Silk, regu-
SJetsse Chamilla at Asker OGiseville. O aneoeot of the o. lar price $1.50, now.. ..........
iady or two tiro upo a a here of ederate Veteraes' reomiom, tiekete OULFr AIMOCK, PLA.
eaaUe off a raie wb wa will be on sale on Deoember 1, d 88-inch Black Taffeta Hilk, regular ( 4
kis property and wamIled 0ad for the moralB train of the 18th. Prad hlltuntingad Pthlll prioe e$1.40, now ............... ..
gremgaitIln about 145 anld eoe d to return outil rad I-ledl g --
Sad ese e re pald and the DoIemb IS, ony 1..t0 for the ro.nd uP*Ik atlnch Black Taffeta Hilk, regularly
,- 38-inch Blk Taffeta Silk, rausht" 89C
ea tos.d. Rver -e. **,ik,. ee ,,. ^'pO.b. price $1'.5B, now.......................
The upper gaofB at monk o aBth rMrra One piece Black Rilk (rinadlne 4$I inn.- 70
vOt flathe Tedar eeid g oe the bern- was0 chu wide, regular price $1.25, now....

P BOw wo and WW MrAKOXAL uA W r gag V"
PRA__HOU.SElyi One plcOe Black Silk (honadine, 44 in-
Am Kok Ga inesolle m e always uet chei ;wide, regSular prime ,7, now.
meUs..daf.meadmamas. so enJoy their 4sha11
DEC. .. to as I" "pri of kio olife.
ll s11ad ait""Hallm Issam? umdwve I., wa spit ll.heso.
9100410 a" ob" on "Wei" to beer 0001 a ';ii;Jn~w
Is am" ad emuftrrlWe rr# no
3WO. -*bftr-m&r to s sM JT
dijI,,. OPrwi ofW. 0Wlof e wmon mOW
fobdUy~em Ngbasof u tows bwing. sipAmlind me,
i is a IZ 10"d rom" V Y E
N o r 9Wi s bb bmebeF, V. M. I @OUXM TOLlS PA?3OXAOt.I
-' o Ov ad gnaw ?3L OsIdOM #W OMe aii pub- Go W HY DIE.
-m m q 4"aM_ -Ww*t ft a a w ft g)" L C JO fE .
_MW Wbuvimm memsPpfet~ 'We"eVd Ow e...Ln"t.
isl remL Ne#I bull~k see a --- -k - -~ -.u - .
beN a" 8014L Bam 1100011"a we ~~
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S4 ,Meayirmer'lt 7irids*w bSWIDo The fartmeiof Gaineeill, claim to
,,_ __ _D ning to look to the saving of woodlote. be greying grad of sweet po"to
Sqe. eip, which will soon be wosti valuable nd f vnr to the -e olt.
n mn o' In many 0nr6ti f the ate. eofAM A ll e J.
T" piJ b There iseright way to do every- Hsvln td.e d oth the eonboo iser.
s ..blslhd tg.anr y.m ere oftfhe woodlot is of The uof Is propirid to back up (lheb sape t i*e doi d
p cA" esi not an erepilon .to theb rule. The otatemelsk And thi, i a point that altl b m.h... --..i. -iM
B++ jIgInI~iir.................c wwt. right way, moreover. Is often quite farmers s hld sim at when raisingio + AU15S
pd iM M- BYo ~ Trer-- simple, the RAao S.,f a which follow crops The beat seed pEinted. In good
a oi4 Irnm to the time poll will produ e the smne results for a
3.,s Jrl...Sugs.3apool or lwabriu B. cpjrl yn wood. number of jeers at ereat. There Il
Slo(t5 ll 541Mpvy ab. bfar plenty of goodsnilin Alachuae oonnty
o O : T the rar nmbrf them are misled where good vegetables will grow nd
4 111111. uibtttret, TaLro 4 b for wat of frorso'a (true appre- yield well. Bot there are farmersa to
X m T DAIN i S' published every morning ex- elatioo Of ther T be found IM many localities that do not
dt gMonday, dcliveredu by ctierLatheity. or The flrot priml gt g woodlot tkef the paint to produce quality, but se
Vi o&-Sod J toA^ i^ nto teU~tamieafor qoantllt. EEve tthisan bemno
b4 rIt";r $2..W six moriths: Stn *tthreeo10t e4sa.. In many instances, for those.
jfs;or@ r ce4s for fie aOachadictn
naT_ J.. owner may profit with very little same fineweMt potatoes mentioned In
trouble.' the above quotation yielded at wellaso
--eadft potict atin Iun juccots A tine Doe's dJ PO00 Of 700r woodL.You the Inferior varipip.a. that are too often
Soaertion. fosn4 ett. foreachadditional need it for yourowins. It can be see on the market.
Rates ford tlay d4Vertli ng made known on made to give you fuel, pOlts, poles, rk .
appoation. ience ralls, even such timber, boarlis The Coeoa and Rocklfdge News .esy e BAD TMI l-ALH CysR
The Tiwteeko..w tht-page.orcy- sahingle ars will keep the flarm that the way of the trucker is hard. "*I was much flicted with rheumatism, wrrite
li Twer.W peVft led gh- Moieforty- nd stead and batns ih.repair. .Wth a lit. The latest report is that beans arrive UB.C. Nd,Iowaville SedgwickCo.,KasnsM,"goial
umma paper. p0bi 1sed 4vety Monday and
Thurmsy, and contah aft t:e news of the lte eneoura Iment its value for home in Boston frozen. The express corn- hboot on catches a suffering a great deal of pi.
wssk,'local, State and ge~*6, and will be sopply wilt ineremse year by year. pany charges $1.11 to earry them and I wasinduced to try salld's uowLiniment, which
,a postaSgefre, to may part of the UBed While you use it, It will renew Itself, deliver# them frozen, the market prie rd e, after si thr 0 c bottles. ITISTB
OftbwA 2S :WN I M.- -E.VERUS.D;,haverec
'o>r Canada..for.,ov <>ayear-Is advanec. GRE t etB 'z,.t mar ar p ORRATEST LIN I VIRNUSBD~hawre-*
r Cn, forloyr-I advn. sand the price of Its products are ear. is from $2 to $2.50, so there Is not oinended it to a number of person, all express
a 4vtto ails become due af1 Asa t tainol not deereasin., enough left to pay for orates and pack- themselves as belag beneSted by t. I ow walk .
a; dvertisement, ualekqotherwidi Don't turn your woodlot into a pa. ing, much le" for seed and fertilizer, thout crantches, ad m able Wto perform a gr
Sl10il contract. Parties notkaowaiouil lure. Tfee seedlings are quickly del of light labor ea the ftrm.- '
b-ereqred to pay for advnrtSig a bruised lesd crushed by The trsmpllng Pensceol li making up for lost time SZ S: 25C, 50C AND $1.00
S" a .vu4 a .LA. of ilve stock. Houngry little browse and shipping busin.es from that port BALLARD SNOW LINIMENdT CO.
S-- -pon the The soil becomes pecked is now going on at a lively rate. The ST. LOUIS. U. & A.
ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST. hard and ealde e to retain moistare *o dooks arethe busiest police in the city.
tucm h needed for the enoonragement
The Le7ry Tials-Demoenet, pcb- of young growth,
listed by Oliver J. Farmer of Bron. Don'& aiah l a1 Cioodlots kq heav-. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
S ,so.J ost n la, It anot truthful, ly. f o 4, are -es lle
a f o b lhes he e eoifollow(lant *b b,.h, ,.... se alight. 1 _.1
Sfe4 bio'ts worWhy bothiei streams in, drying the soil and eneoor. *a P W m 0
t l| ill IIT'ys., snlog the growth of graes, which Y *
I dt ll INlooe ofr T habould never be suffered to replace y ),,0I ,--
0losetvIlle. sn is one of the nd. the spongy humus that forms the sa t-WW I I
SleIi e l s.n ofst sa bl fr. You know them; they are f YO Are Insured..
V Allahua county in moss attraolive leaves and branches, should always numerous, an make their
style. We eollrsulate The Son." shade the forest floor. Too mueh presence felt everywhere. The
We at heeual"yf avr thenforges efra names of the family are Head-T In a Comarn that is Repponsible, Have a Policy Correctly
SWe have many other equally favor. h1 0%noor heo formation of nameh sTofothefamcih. y Eareead0 Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
able aotioe from our good brothers of branehing short.stemmed trees. ache, Toothache, Earach, Pays Losse Promptly
lkthe press, who know thft labor sueb a Don't burn over the woodlot. It hasu Backache, Stomach ache, Neu-
work require, sad the edition has met been pointed oat that the woodlot is ralgia, etc. They are sentinels 1I
wit h s w* poplr favor from every no fIt for pasture purposes., but eves that warn you of any derang YO A re Assur ed
g qrt' thet we bhte deideld to make If it were, the boring over of the meat of your system. When
I$t a. samel fetee, and will next sell would sill de irreparable damag the brain nerves become .x- That no serious loss uan overcome you without you have some
ea, r ~ *as the presnst ai. to yeusS growth, eonsaume he litter hausted or irritated, Headache refuse.
_ __ ._- ___ whlebh oae to iM Into humus, and makes you miserable; if the
i h troy the very conditions which n. stomach nerves are weak, in- r
T he ~ b han :Laorn will one s lure seeks to establish and preserve. digestion rults ,and you I, if a alt Is a
AtW : mazyChristmaswilles, double up with pain, and if the Fin, Lile,Acin t an U IB W=
INDUSTRIAL EDITION more potlnet nerves are af-e but Reliable CompanieRepresented.
SINDUSTRIAL aITION. fected, Neurgia simply makes Ne but Reliabl Companie Represeted.
Slthe ode as Anapolls were only The Indostrial Edition of The Gsines. life unendurable. The way to
sreiesd and the rings pdded, there will on,. ree*usly issued, is a ma. stop pain is to' soothe and
would be a smaller number of casual n oilfeet exposition of Alachua county's strengthen the nerves. Dr. .. 1 M C U S H M A Lj N ,
t. acshievements, resources and logical Miles Anti-Pain Pills do this. Information cheerfully nrnished. GAINE8VILLE. FLORIDA
The ms r* edones bullet In O(n- prospects. It is Just such a paper as The whole Pain family yield to I f
vlile thoe pt summer are now all o sthe publle had reason to expect would their influence. Harmless if
pied, ad still there ae people look. iosse from a live publication ofee o- taken as directed.
1a for houses to rent. aed live tow,, and that it will R fln Dr. l' AUt-PelnPi n a PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
7 bear fruit to the future glory of _eueient remedy, loer ovr enht e4d- r P KUIAL r IK I LIST UF
Oainesville and The Galnesville Son t ou a e w'st S a orWSh ,- WS.S RiI r eJ MU -h
The ouoth arolina dispensarieshave all who .s it mst believe. Is has gr es yr sqthis capacitWy withIsK Dna. **ilt
got to pay a government tax, Meording boons said that all good Georgians when MRS. JO M!L Pa. Ind. .
to a rooent decision of the United they die hop* to go to Atlanta. That De. M AntUEA-Pnp.Utlsoe e old bye P ^--
State 8oupreme Court. Idea ingrained into the Georaleeom-. iwA2 w em a tXPR N PREPAID. Balk (Mds-Jp FrNe--t PrplM.
sci=einele has made Atlanta Thissum s*"o be It. Mesre, 0 1.50 Per Oauon:
Warsceonce hbaau madeo Atlnta Thisam l.b W-..rfts. e'M bu. R ilfe Club Rye .... Mt 54 00 0 7 ti Rye, Gin. Corn. Ooo.&gradse.
We are having hard work to keep notion regarding UalBseville, with as NtKvo CoauC Rb e fab 60 : 7t(1Per Gslod:
the political pot in Florida from gt. unwillilngses to awais death for a MileMmd lRl .l NHv, lA oula 3 x M) 4 co Rye Ie ,00 Corn ,l m. P-7lty.
sting oato the iBre Some people are reahlatlion of hope, is rapidly taklag HuMe' "*" Rye .... s o a. so Rye, .l. con. Ruam. aBes for _e moa
asinlous to start it losing. hold on the plple of Alauhe sad "----- -- .. a o c d Ape Ie. Meeowe r
spreading to other coOsties of the Pa,.h n^ s ,by t.Bra u K Ba ed byage.
Rusia's former War Miister, Ge(n. Stat. And is io this ho.lo., coupled | | |Apsle irlady .. 53 7 O 1 letort. oC ia, 0I 5 Rye. Meifgea.
Hlakharo6. met death at the hands of a wth the feet that e eity io sa a untlU Goeet a .. 2 1 L, so S uty.
woman. Po.*ibly the brutal general for il0 own dveneoment, thai il rap' rePs- o 1 s w t LEM1P ST t. UIS B PaDee
had seosd the murder of some of his idly making Oalnevill*e the be S1 Uosutacr |.- .............
relative F.w will mourn him. inland ety of Florida. And is is thee mn lur.e Rum e 7 a .s ar .................. a
-- ....- that The Bon shineo and does ilt fall redy @n AU G .o. of ;, :',. rs~t.ietwdenk.....................
The mese, of Presidnt Ro vel part lnl upbuUdlng.-Plaiatka New. * P Ae t :.rS livrboo 0 A Go P ric e. b aS b'l.on a. s.pplosa...
has started the b ll rolling, and there The tr* e editiol of The Gainellevils -- Irl or nauseate. l144.1-Is
ileo""" t"';'. g "s"' r"'ai lldos a'v I+ cr"tS ni.pd W. ADU.'. HANNE BROSJ.CSSI I
ase funds. also the rsw trlau of very best mau.nn.--Iunmellon Advo- e. bl and WoO ...
he Panama oan.al oai by n the a. Gaa..., Pre.ident H. E. TAv,,M QIe.,r
Th btr lThe Gaimneetile lunm lean esterpr* 3Ca1 aCtso t DIo Oo. W. Hna. VIe-Prsideno Lis GaEAr, AL Dabi. r
The. b nr enied of i ,t n'mmr .lha pap p published is an .nterpriee *i VVO an b w .
olal usuit. n liorIs re t n tows. Its Idustrial ition l by ST NATIO AL BANK
. -. ... the neatest illustrated de~erlpive pme*-" -"-+"

9w chaeeos In Korea and Manchuris ,I r, we yt eead will OIVZheI.w
thas In Ameries. Th.e Ilders fo t i.e.r as ll r a THE ONLY ATINLBANKanRbK IN L4OH.UA CC
Sea racist Jale cny Justek a paper asu wil Iattrset atl ONLY OAL
tioa sand wres o*oest.-NeS-ye#w -
as" aail for mIasyjears will Japa- "a BrtoAe. a(tal". .
ems immigration se Itowardls te UUit'l- @. i Capital ............ ..
S....Th. .. s *. Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 30000 00
We 9olt Ose Huadred Pilars .am - i- I
- woril .Wamofued er Oa ae of essarr that e-. a U rar of ce. Ms W
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tsG I of et eAl* tnli in ieo Suprm
Mepmr iee gs a isdre. r,,torme not be eured by Hall's Ostarr1 f Ps.
Oeua. pevided at is edree to the
ita Ul I.m'Dnl t give up the Ib '--I r. llV Co., O.
We. khe saderegled. b, e knmwa F.
Haagilig l of tIme It hbe *Ort ,
dedUaStlfesks. bill neosIUtu. j 0(7 basw pke a ywrie 1. *d
4 UOail. Th ee believes Uoveruor bue,le u-etem and l1atoty
Brwaed WI laured ately cll an ea. ble to carry eat any oblita hoes m
se. **.-.ter .. ItJ-;"- h-ve 1t be w m . rlm lk
u-smm $Asms. he b a by SewI .o
p the 4 4 4 a"d the W1 maiam --amIgI -t- teft 0.
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Arctico 0 er Weds.
NEWS FROM ALL. *i H0 "A Nashvillel D Ic 8.--A-lrhony Fiala.
'A1 1 the 1artic explt,. of l jni. N.Y.
PARTS OF FLdt te ,ir. ..rii,
and Miss Claire Pur~t rp rar
PARTS OF A ried here last right. !.,s Puryear
came from ad old andl dli-tinguishei
rif Appeings From Vrioas family of thbi state alII A a linens
So descendant of OCn.dxidorae 'atthew
SeCtiODS of State. At Evinston, Florida, onei mile from Maury. The bridegroom arco:ipanletl
Baldwin on the 1flt Ziglelr 'xpeditlon
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS elon on Rock Road. 42 res of ad was at the hea of the second
good Hammoqk Land; all cleared and The marriage was the reslt of a court.
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers." in cultivation. 8 acres in tearing or- shin begn at Se Tenne ,s Centen.
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the il e tr1s. A8 ,d
ange trees. All good trcIIktng lnd.
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to Warhilp at Brunswick
All Classes. $1,800 dwelling and other houses onsk, ., Dec sI 'r' ae prk
All Classes. Prunswick. Go., Dec F Irr i e pur-
Ocalais entertaining the Methodist the premises. All going at a Bargain! pose of making a the ,-r inp ctioj
Conference this week. PR ICE Y. f500 00 tls port and the- w.
E A S Y, 00 V00 ters. toe molltorn Ars,;,i.;s a:id Ne-
The Tampa Light Infantry will oc. va.la are in this ha', ill he
cupy the Woman's building at the joined later by other ~ihil)- office, r
State Fair grounds as an armory. Apply for further particular to on the monitors Were r!l .laty iuak-
The steamer Shbinnicock has been OL O03 IL D|ilN Ing soundings, ec., w "1 'i;l make a
chartered by the P. & OCompany to UULSON & BL NDING report to the nary i rr:,r The
ron between Miami and Key West. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. vessels were officially \tlt I,, ti to the
The eigarmakers of Key West are_ port by Major Hopklin, t'Cl:.ecor of
now drawing pay from the union, and Customs Dunn, Poetn..u pr: Si-ith and
they are in no hurry to setle the TO REGULATE COTTON PRICE. taer prominent citizcn-.
they are in no hurry to settle the
strike. Manufacturers to Meet at Charlotte on All Norway Celebrating.
Jefferson county will have to do bus- Next Saturday. Ohristian, Deo. 8.-All Norway to.
ines in regard to the liquor question. Charlotte. N. C., Dec. 8--At the in- day Is celebrating the h.if annlversary
as The Monticello News is getting stance of President R. M. Miller, Jr.. of the dlssolutio of June 7, of the
roused up. secretary C. B. Bryant, of the Amer- union with Sweden 'r ere were
The railroad conductors have been lean Cotton Manufaetures' assaeoa- tbhankgiving sq(Vres in all the chruch.
having a big meeting in Pensacola, and 9o0, Wedneeday nalht, called a meet. es lad the peop~, enjoyed a general
that is the city in which anyone can lag of the board of governors to be holiday. KJIng iA kon. Queen Maud
have a happy time. held ln Charlotte on the 9th instant, and tile minsters attended the ser-
LakeBteren the propositi subitte by J. vce at the church of the ledeemer
MLake Butler im tettInR olarge num A. Brown, of Co dbur n. reereheotInr
ber of winter visitor to locate n thatwn, of epesetig
the Southern Cotton associations, will
place. They have a plade to entertain be conidee New Travellng Pasenger Agent.
them with fishing and hunting. It Is stated that the proposition ub. Nashvllle, Tea.. Dec. --It was an.
The brick layers of Daytona ha& a mlted by Mr. Brews, which wea a nounced here this morning that R. L.
fight in their union meeting Tuesday plan to pt together to spulate the Baylor will seood J El Shipley as
night, which hows there is still pog- price o oottea, wlas seoeltly eas traveling pasueger agent of the South.
nacity as well as strength in union. and Presldet Miller agreed to .al t. e railway, with headquarters at Chat-
The $20,680 salvage on the wrecked gther the board of gveer of the tanooga. Mr. aylor will be suceood
steamer Alioia has just been divided aMoseltion. so that *o p16a migt be d4 by R. T. Webb aseity pUaseger and
among the wreckers at Key West by sabmtted to them a will. W .a r ticket agent of the f uthera at Knas
Jodgp Loeke of the United States will be tavited to be Iresen, sad the wi .
sonrs. meUtln i ex* etod to be as tntmet The Requliate of Beauty.
The Ameriean Life s e om In aditon to the above, other mat. The frt iqa e of beauty is a
pany of Teamp wrpte $100,000 worth of terms, such as are of moment to manu- elser amplexl6. Orino Laxative
life insurance the first month of its ex facturers, will be considered. Fruit Syrop alears a sallow, blotched
Istolee, and it was not a full month, complexion, as It etimiulate the liver
either. LaGrippe and Pneumonia. and bowels, and the eyes become
If you have not already made up Pneamonia often follows lagrippe, bright and clear. You owe it to your
your mind do so now, and attend the but never follows the uo of Poley's friends to take ft If your complexion is
Sret Pore Food Exposition to be held Honey and Tar. It eare lagrippe, bad. Orino Laxative Vruit Syrup does
I Jateksoaville in January. From all eougho and preeats pneumonals ad not aeoWee or gripe snd It is very
plemast to take Re.fuse substitutes.
reported is will be a grand affair and consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey I t. Mo alume & ComTany.
'Terldlaes should flock te it by thou. and Tar sad refuse any subUtuote of*
sds. fored. Mr. 0. Veber, t I Osood Peglk Comnimlte sdole.
A man named Bloat strook at Drew et eetl Oblesa. wrtee: "My wife had fTsvaa ,. Ga.. Dee. 8.-Mkse Gold.
Feglle, as he got off the train at Ha. a severe eat e of lagrippe three years steain. peddler, Jumped lto the river
ttSgm n Tueeday aight, asilg a heavy ago and It left her with a terrible WedneOdy at the toot of Bull street
,Irm bar. Fegtl raised his arm to soogh. She tried a bottle of Foley'e ad was drowned l intttloa to
ward of the blow, eatohia its full Honey and Tar and it gave immodiase comrmt icide on aseenM of ill hSee!
foroe sfleient to break hie arm. Blunt rollef. A 50oent bottle e red her eoogh and poverty had oftea boo expressed.
was arrlsed entirely." Refuee rbetitutes. J. W. Ooldetea was brought ashor- nd ta-
SMeOollum A Ooapaey." tile attempts made to reeucitate aim.
Weekly Crop Report.
The following is the weekly crop re- ImnpMorta NM4 ee. Old Nere urged to Death.
port mnt out by the Florida Section Gainesville, Fla., December 1, 19(6. Valdoeta, Ga, Dee. 8.--orge Reh-
Berea at Jaeksooville: We wish to give timely notice to our ardses, as aged neeo, was burned to
*Ahhagh there were several days patrols, both gae ad oleAetre, that wei ealh Ia his ae heFo 'Teeay oallht
whem h the perature was below nor. have found it abeolully *aseissary to o tUtkl to the boeo had bee tn
ma, the week, as a whole, averaged adopt a new system. BeglIalog oe the Itigetis, whihe leads to the beef of
wrmr than the normal. All eetios flrnt day of January 1906. we will die. bal pW a whcbh will be Itvestlgated
fi the bStae eseived fairly well die-* pese with a olleetor sad adopt the by the *g1erttee.
tlboted ramis, the greatest amooute system of mailiag the bills to every -------- -.- ..
oesrrilo over southern sad western customer oad all blle will be due sad HIALTHY PILANT
daeriete. Although raise will do muoh payable as nor oloe on or before the
IPod the loea drought hab eaosed a 10th day of the mooth or 10 per -Sees eese *e Ie s oaied Masees u
rlses delay ad shortage la wlter will be added, sad If aot pado o b oe- Wase *hr. e-
ve etablee. In the exrem seoath por* fore the 30th lat. the gas sad eleetrie ee ae ta.ie ot m pesesnf
iae of shee vegetables have pwhk servieT will be dieoatimeed sad oue oe f l -t *emi-M e st lurhese.
.awude othe lowlands. Theyhave deltr eare will be oleted for re- is t t ae U
sde4eelsy on 0 plsRds through* eanseehgl serviee. We are not r. A tnn of manure will *ot help a pleat
tIe raite. Oitru frniut are elag spoeble if bil are ot rn elwved that has a aneker atnfg *at ee heart.
a large qoastitlee. The fruit three b the poetoOee, as they twll tobe o ms dstra v te 'ee batelm yet
haemiaeg exeeileat la Savor. The ire ly mailed. Thie rtle apple to T em* e,. rueefdrf ,n4 aJMnd .
tf the seao srop was hooed and eer a sad eletrie llbgt eoamer. Mess by rb nt r heir lemtsB. sad
s evlty eontiUeon is syrop mak- Therefor be egovemed aeon-ritgly. se **I el. *e.
AS e e dose of the rwee the thle sem will be rigaldy eflsedl eWtse e"'m t 'e, r, 2to
me bIte al d eold owner all die- ad he following rates for eleetrte ye hair wlith Oawe (ft to itll out
onps the etm e eooth, where arrest will be la effet Jauary let, We*w '*e in*e4et. lers th*es ser,
w-i-llf.en hn klthy htea ts 8 *e mr rose
was falilag." 106: d
0.000 watte sad under, lie per M e- r empe to MT ees C..
of Pnnma Camel MteRims esse7
** o 00.000. Il -er M wt e. .. _L ...... AI
lB L*W Whtea 5 wa-0 hto 80,00,0. l10 pr M watt.
,. _-- ._r1 1 -.o,. ..,,,.,ru e AT IT. AUMS TIE.
It be h today. The ~ emmai, edal m ees made for r. *


bama, on' ,of the moSt Influential mnvin-
berAof the Houseof Representatlve,, in
a letter written from Washington, I). t'.,
gives his endorsement to the great (,a-
tarrh remedy, Peruna, in the following


It a radical poelc for catarrh. It is
I'Pruns, which has stood a half e.ntLry
twat and eured thousand of cses.
If you do not derive prompt and uUeCs
faitury results from the us of Peruna,
write at once it Dr. Ilartman, gvling a
h-ll Ln*ii id d 1 41C n h tk

-vowf Poo"- 6 0" o we bow Fu statement oVI yourVeweNAG so,
mudSAn I ~ evr tr~t I s 1~ b pleased to give you his valuable
ahM- he w Awet ywr rae'ak viee ratis.
remuP Asla ad mitrrw cr Address Dr. flrmUa, Prdent of
I kmw of a eg efbr."***J. It. llrtmaanaliartumnolumbu.,o.
Bealit eorrespondence stricUJy outldeatal
As Your Drn lst for Free Peinl AlmuU for 1906.

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Reveals the News and Fact.m governing
Studies undelrlying cau*. !of Sarket
Reviews, analyzei4 and jriticimm, Railroad
and Judwitrial repmort4.
Haus omplete tables of Erarings of
Quotes artiv, andl inactive Stmk anid
Reowrdm the I at *qla of Bonds and the
yield on InvttmentA at the price.
Answerm, without charg, inlqlirt% con.
cerning Invesm#onts
em w"0 smly 1bTEE WALL 173331
WM rx 9"N" b ANuioedTO Ice@ime!
so pbdlr '. e~ nbein lov

DOW, J014E8 & CO.,

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Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States.
beno r querada, urbann Mintl..trr (o thI' 1'nlted Ntat.*p, in an orator lsorn. Ia
an article in Ti'r Outlook for .iJly, INA,, by (Iteorpe Keitnalin, \i hl hIear ttulstada
speak at the li stFtn Thteater, MNlmntlinia, ('tals, he maid: "1 have s en many
audiences und'r the. wwll of ti iquelit i Irb and In ilih grip of strong' em int final
excitement; hut I have rarrly wit inll a'd tiurh a s*etne as at the li.hou oif tiqut'Laa's
eulogy upon the dead pnIlrlt, Mnarti.." I it a letter to Th', i'eruna .MediIcllt Coum-
pany, written from ~Waihlngttn, I'. I'., 4.niir querada nays:
"Peruna I can recommend as a very good mcdi-
cine. It Is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it
Is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal
complaint of catarrh. "--Oonzalo De Quesada.
Congreeiman II. !Iankhatul, ,f Alt- There li but a single nmdiciae wlohi


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Anieoseting Meetg 'of K. of P., at
Which ORmIer W.re Elected.
At the rextl weekly meeting of
Moont VerOu t ii e No. 20, Knights
i of PIyt h ld Tuesday night, the
S follownllg0 i re were elected for the
ne lgadt of six months, begin-
alai 1 aaryt 1: A. M. Cushman, C
S 0.. D. ,M Tomkies,, V. C.; Turner
aPoad, P.; J. A. Robertson, K. of R.
*44 1 W. H. Lipseomb, M. at A.;
1 4. McOlellan, M. of F ; J. 0. Tor.
,K. of E ; N ., Carter, M. of W.;
W W Struck, I. G ; J. A. Phifer, O. G.
representative to the Grand Lodge,
I. T. Schafer, R E. Davis, J. A. Phi-
',- fr; alternates, Robt. McClellan, J.
Colson and Geo. M Lynch.

The Fletcher Watson 'Case Still on
STril-Many Witnesses Friday.
The oase of the State vs. Fletcher
Watson, charged with the murder of
Garrett V. Chamberlain, occupied the
attetion of the elroult rourt all dor.
log Friday. Many witnesses were ex-
*mmled, and the testimony was
weighed by both prosecution and de-
S feoa for all It was worth.
There are only a few more witnesses
to examine and It is expected that the
ease will be concluded tonight, after
S which couri will adjourn for the term.

All efforts have failed to find a bet.
ter remedy for coughs, colds and lung
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
Istlope the cough, heals the lungs and
prevents serious results from a cold.
J. 1. Patlerson, Nashus, Iowa, writes:
*Last winter I had a bad cold on my
longs and tried at least half a doset
t advoertld cough medicines and had
iman esnt from two physiciane with.
ot getting any benefit. A friend re-
smmenDded Foley's Honey and Tar
sad twothblrds of a bottle ourl me. I
p elder it the greatest couh and lung
i mIbdeloe in the world." J. W. Mo-
Oellam A Company.

Mind by Peoullar Aooldents.
ayrll, e. Ga ,Dec. 1.-A yeuag mn.
as1d Pirtx. lost hbl eyestght a few
d4y a4o under peculiar etreumstames.
a baad los t oa esye eeural moatka
Sa' by the accidental ditear-e of
r" eag lime water lae UI by another
ynOg aa, who was praying the o
laUi o pea som outtlar am a
lltewamhb. A tow da"r a.o Irix
was haia lag a small bird uan, Whiah
S llMod, drivIng the breech pin lito
, t eyeball, deatroying hie only good
d.e instantly, ad leaving the young
am totally blind for IfSe.

I Cured Paralysis.
r \W. F, BHaly, P. O. True, Teua,,
writes: "My wife had been sufferlnl
Ie years with paralyals in her ari.
when I was persuaded to use Ballard's
Snow Liniment, whieh poured her al.
right. I have also used it for old
sores, froetbites and kina erotion
S It lds the work." Sold by W. M
Oyama Enters Tokle.
SToklo, Ih< 7 I30 a. m --eld
ira hal ()rnana and his staff made a
Irlumphat entry Into Toklo tblh morna
1ag The cnlthualaim ana t maanila
S of Marshal (.yarns' reception oquallelo
at given to Admiral TIgo Despite
the Inelnmetet weather, crowds at o t f-
dant and representatives of varloos
classea and Interoeta tlrekly lined the
atrteta and lutily cheered the mar
aall and ,ls staff wnlle enroute to the
taperial Iplase A holiday hba been
declared in the whole city to honor the
Burglar Gets Th rty Yeara.
a co.1s (;an t I n <14 f t he hear

ItlbI (-c' lnty for tu i"''.,ry aua a :veu
Alan.o "'c'tP \\ ,'i'* .*t alrnet ty
Judgr \V It I. Itin, .Ir lie gare
the o gi;i )A ,r s i the Pin Pop.i
Was a alk!t b) ',, pilice' last .tiiuxMer
and r cutit'",.t of a r, ries of tuiir:ar-ee

146leb 1119 SIVU11111 tor~ eore
Whchs ba'' lats1' a

Wlro, (,I
a pompoo wbt4te kmer HlVtng 4
on "so faof k'rar In I&sedy ounty
V msamtnatlc ?ueday nlgt Mby
mm kmas party Vt 1tartwa
bad gW n~rud bt hIp bohem heba
th e&*soa cam*e up u borgertk
ga bj Gh" dev do.nki ,mc him is
#tautly m Is is oclew to. th asa ilf


Newspaper Interview Unoompliment.
ary to Canadians the Cause.
r Quebec, Dec. 8.-Rotten eggs were
thrown at Madlame Sarah Bernhardt af-
ter the performance at the Auditorium
Tuesday night because she displeased
a number of people In this city on ac-
count of am Interview she gare Monday
to a number of newspaper men.
Tjls Interview appeared in L'Even-
ment, and was uncomplimentary to
As Madame Berahardt got on the
sleigh she was applauded. However,
a number of person had proceeded to
the station, and as the tragedienne was
driven down the treet, egR were
thrown at her, which she fortunately
escaped, but some of her company In
open sleigh received several of them.


Negro Had Crootle Ready to Place
on Railroad Track.
Valdota, Ga., Dec. 8.-Attempts
were made last Friday, Saturday, Sun-
day and Monday nights to wreck ps-
senger trains on the Georgia South-
ern road, at Heartpine.
Last night Superintendent L. Grady,
Section Master Perklns and Officer
Gates and Malone, of thls city, kept
watch and arrested Will Born, a negro,
with crostles f la to lay them across
the track. The negro was carried to
Nashville, and placed nl Jail.
buperlntendent Grady had offered a
reward of 6MO tor the approhension
of the guilty person or pegrsos.


Maoen Htelry Damaged to the Ex-
tent of O000.
Kcaeon, Ga., Dec. .-For two hours
bdemen fought a stubborn blase tn
the Drown house and for a ime It
was doubtful whether or not it would
be saved. As It was, the entire front
part of the hotel was on Ar and was
spreading rapidly when the fremen ar.
rived. e
'The fire I believed to have been of
Incendiary origin. The loss by fre
and water sl estimated at $50,000.

Williams Pleaded Guilty.
Columbus, Ga., Dec. 8.-In the fed.
eral court Wednesday Bkas E. Wil-
llamu, a young man, pleaded guilty to
ralaing a stolen postal money order
from $6 to $6., forging the Indorse-
ment of 1. Phillips & Sons to it and
cashing It at the Oolumbus poetoffloe.
Judge Newman sentenced him to two
years at hard labor n the federal pen-
itentlary at Atlanta. Wllllams was
arrested a year or two ago in Plorida.
but has leen out on bond. Recently
he was rearrested in Atlanta on a
charge of violating the postal regula-
tlons, in that. It I alleged, he need the
mail for the purpose of getting tA1
money on a check not belonging to

Iar Iahats ad Chlldre

Buars the
8latatro of CX| T &

Stabbing at Valdeeta.
Vahloeta. Us.. Dec. 8I-Will Holt. a
white ma,. of this city. was. stabbed
In the neck Wednesday by a earpeater
named Sod Holloway. who made his
eeeape. Holt's wounds will aet prowo

Jewleh ReIief Fund nlreased.
New York. Dee. -The Jewtish re
lief fted was yesterday nlereased y
Hli.|I. The grand total i *own e
oe Sillo@ dollare.

Te Poer NatiOnal Orpanlsatlen.
Twaarkana Ark. Dee. e .-T'Ie a-
veUoa oM the Fure' Utlou of Am,.

*ea Wetdeay doded by a laag ma.
)ortir to Berm a attatal owgan atua.
The work Is peeua eag slowly

Furious Fighting.
"'or eeva yeawr," hwitea s o. W.
itl.onman of harper. Wash.. "I had a
tittirr hattlek 1h eOroale etomeah sad
l.orr trouble, bet at last I wo(. and
leurd my diea1es by the use of Fee-
trio Iltitters. I al elstllgly reom-
mebd them to all, ad doeu' Iatead iL
the future to be withoeot hem I athe
htu, They Bo aerialaly a wunder-

&at i ful medwine. to ha"e *end aus kabmA
A ~ ~ ~ ~ d, Psf, Pats. cat asmne' Sh uir geram-
i: A Fewfu Palo. toi.r mu do The abm Ow a.bs alldra g.
$ Is Ia feal r f "U t he have to c Id ure closs a t a oa tta them t ay.
ibe wdble w~mt rePike. Aleasn
aI Oebv0t .la
qI~bsarPk, is.. r ,wr hekhuiM~~
:1 in mi--n~L fee -YI

a T ____________________________________

Reunion Florida Division. United Con-
federate Veterans, Jacksonville,
Pla December 13.14, 1906.
On aeeount of the above named oc-
easion the Atlantic Cout Line hao
named the rate of one cent per mile
plus twenty.lv eeorts with a minimum
rate of fifty sats. This rate has been
autborised from all pointe in the State
of Florida and tickets will be sold De-
cember 12 and for trains scheduled to
arrive at Jeaksoaville before noon of
December 18bt. Final limit of tickets
will be December 18th. Same are re-
strieted to eooatinoan passage in each
direction. There should be a large
crowd going to Jacksonville on this oc.
easlon, a the rates are extremely low.
Prospective passengers should call on
Atlantie Ooast Line agents for full in-
formation or write Frank C. Boylaton,
District Passenger Agent,Jacksonville,
Heart Fluttering.
Undigested food and gas in the stom-
ach, located Just below the heart.
presue against it ad causes heart pal-
pitation. When your heart troubles
you in that way taxe Herbine for a
few days. You will soon be all right.
50o a bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.


Cleallness lia Coeklg a Feature.

Everything in Season Cooked to Order.
COFFEE the Best.

10o Wel Main Street. 8.


eintral City Bazar

Dry Goods, Notions,
Racket Goods.........

CAKES sad PIES-Fresh
Every Day.
Vear Patrease Iellelted.

Keep Your Head Clear

And Your tomach free from Irndlaet-
tlon II you would 1be bappr with your
family and your fliow-man.
abe surest beh on eart to aet an m n's ms
ten "out of wbeok" i bravy. sotgy bread.
whobb amused br ae t lrereaons: irst. te
material mar ot be oode: *seood. the ook-
I ma be poor. The beet Sour I the world
A mriakethe beaest bread Ift mproperl
5lre or oooed. W9 U8'l TH 118T
tLO R and our "louonr lk ao Ikowlsl ow to
mli and btae It. Our breed does *ot *mot any
more abn home-made. and It meay linsutaoe
it is so much more ioltable.
fPewe 1Lu. T.l Mleft. Prop.

Loruisvira 6

Nashvill R. R.

Best Line to
BIrmlabham, mahfUllve, Memphis,
KaillkS Leulawill, I'Ielmmsatl,
mt. Lsio, (lcge and all polts
Ilrth and Went la threUbh ars.

Only line operatlon through sleeper
tfinm Florida to Obleago.
Only itae operatU through leeper,
from Flnrida o ft. l l with diain
ear *ervle.
(Flae daiigear erv* e in the ouxth
Thrnogh tourist aleeers to Califor.
For leformastiona to raten to all
p aite north and Wet, seaodole aad
all aeoaraio eall s eor write

Fa. ram.A it. LA L L,
M Weoal a str Jm aalli .
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The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower
1.. &3u1 T1, MWr -a r ap*r,
O'ALA. 4 L.

M- st .. .......... 1

A MeNate mag

Florida East Coast PR y.

Local Time Card No. 62.

Corre ,.I %old w


No.0Do Mo. 29 STATION
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61p 1p 61p *........... P.r:Orim',) ............
) 2 p.5 2 215 pAr......... ..N. *N Rnyrn'i.
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a 88 106AN -011 SOAMS"10- Lv 727 112I 22 p, 5 22 pl..----
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11 490i atelD. may be expretd to arriveaSt sd d4ep
m m Nd 9rurt the times stat.a tIs not gaa ttee4
Sa l e sr_ dl ays or any conmequenoe aria tn tberitreI

P W o f 1 IL TIMAB CARD or Other Informatlo
AL 64 Pass. A 1., ST. AUGUSTINE. PLA
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...Southern Railway...

Effective May 38, 1905.
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I Ve.Ubl Trains las N. 4Me. to

Lv Jacksonville. .o. RM
v Jeeup .... So. K y
Lv Savannah .... So. y
Ar Columbia...... So. Ry
Ar Charlotte So. Ry
Ar Uenahboro o. Ry
Ar Danville. .So. Ky
Ar Richmond So. Ry
Ar Linahbur So. RM

9 10a
I a6p
10 S2p
1 ISa
2 821a
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4 4a

North and Wet. Ne. 1I

7 b6p, Lv Jacksonville, Fla. H.o. Hy. 7 46p
10 4p' Lv Jesup, (is. ... . o. y.Y 10 NOp
121Th eAr aMo, (0a.... go 800a
O000m ArAtlantaGa.. So. Ry 5
b Ma Ar Rome,On. S .RS. y78a
125lp ArIDalton. Cis ..so. Ky. &
210pAr Chattanooga. Teun SCo.R4. k
641 Ar Lexington, y (aC. '9o: p
4) I Ar Cineinsnati, 0 IJ a0. 7 op

Ar Charlottervile So. Ry 8 IR lop I- L tlnoo at, .. .Big our 8
Ar WaseingIon.. So. Ry 9 a 9 6p Ar Chicago, III Bag Four 7 10
Ar Baltimors. P. R. 11 "11 2p Lv Cinnemati, O Pa Linea 8Ifa
Ar W. Ph'del'ia P R R. 1 46p 2 8 Ar'hicagto. Ill Pa Lines 7lS
ArNew York P.R R 4 18p 6 38t LT I tnco.ats.O H & D. 84
No. 4-"New York and Florida Ex- ArChiea o. MInon T
pre Daily Pullman Drawing Zoom Ii (O'inCatia C.H. AD. 9up
sleeping Or Pors Tampsa ad Jaeaon- Ar Toledo. C. &H. D. aX
ille to New York. Ar Detroit, LMeh P.M. yT
No. 30--"Washigton and Florida e.v Ceinennati, O Pa Lines ftip
Limited." Daily Pullman lrawingX Ar Pittbor .Pa Pa Liae i&.
Room Sleoping Car Jaekonville to Lv Cincinnati. O0 Big Foor *
New York. Ar Cleveland. O Bil Four *6
......... ...ye r L lzil-o-: Ky..... So. y.- .
Threuh 'kTbe Luad eI the ky" I SA Louosvlle y....So. R. 8 t
L.e Jaekmenmlle. Fla s.t RI L on iae. M n Ry. T7

Lv Sawanaha tiNY b4rAr AlaIl. O
AtColambia, C So. RY 4t Ar Birmingham. Ala 80o. f-11 k
Ar Asheville, N C so Ry I sop, At Memph. TTen PFriae8up
Ar Ilot Spignp. %. C So. R y 23-p.4K-"esCy.MNo prieso 0
Ar Kaoxville, Tena so. IY 6a i Me=phis, Ten. .
Ar1ii** 04 HotSphrigS. Ark....
Ar ek. Louis Ao. R 4S No. T o m
Air CineinatiQ.aly esb le tr Leftb~a,
IrCI~elosD kly. Solid Trnbob ne g rgi-.
No. P-ll ul~lman iaru gdal ee"h". ad Pullman S-sepu
No. 30-Dady Pulg tsIw,.nt Cal. JII&aomville to Clule l
Rom anod Hostel 4twepra l Cr Itrwll So 1eenu Drt r-
Room ~ jt~g.~ beu~,I%0.('ar -Pullman rinLs
Jach..uvlk and C'nq~sa, 'ping Oat r bn"W
Hirminbazm. emph*is orut
tweiigtl Dllreg Car %erv i". and Colorado Rprings.
Fos New Yok. Wsaahtg on. ret -%0 59 -9 andoo sd lorida Urn.
From Now Yok. Washaat, #t, e 93I3.Washfiuo ad FLOW road
wre"." 1130 Pm.U.Il
From ClaineaU9. Ash*ef kI. taNo 29. W Sabni ameand FleMG zIa
soed." S9MC I
F7000 OMMIDn. Oinaeiaftat Atlanta. ste -N~n 14. FaUmed. S
J. C'. L1aUSC. 96WWf'amcur Agemi,104W. kl1W ~a
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Mdl bo Loosm,~es.

IThere are nine emtneat nautical
considered by navigators. They
important as determining the po-
of the ship at the time the ob-
ation is taken, calculated by their
from the moon. The stars are
p Arletl, the principal star of
but of the second grade; Aide-
Afrst magnitude, in the rich as-
torialon of Taurue, easily distinguished
by its red color; Pollux, second magnl-
tude, in Gemini, readily known by Its
companionsblp with the brighter Cas-
tor; Regulus, a first class star in the
breast of Leo (hence often called Cor
Leonis, the Llon's Heart); pica Vir-
ginis, a frat class star in Virgo, re-
markably conspicuous from being in-
sulated In a dark surrounding field;
Alpha Aqullae, generally known as
Altair, first magnitude; Alpha Pegasi.
second class, usually termed Narkab;
Antares, first magnitude, in Scorpio.
disingulsed by its fiery red color;
Fomalhaut, fit class, in Piscis Aus-
tralls. Thee stars are conveniently
situated with reference to the moon's
path and are used for taking tables of
lunar distances by makers of nautical
almanacs in order to enable vessel
masters to deduct their longitude. The
distances of the center of the moon
from some of the nine conspicuous
stars near the ecliptic are computed
with the utmost care for every three
hours during the year at Greenwich.
'hen on the broad ocean the navigator
finds his position by marking when
such a lunar distance, set down ac-
curately in the almanac for the day
and hour, occurs, as seen from his own
vessel, and deduces thereby his where-
abouts on the watery waste.-Milwau-
kee Free Press.

ArtifCctal eo**, Mouth Formers1 &d
Dimple Deates.
The best artificial noses nowadays
are made of paper mache, enameled.
Such a nose is fastened to a spectacle
frame sometimes for the sake of con-
meaaece and thus may be put on or re-
moved at brief notice.
tbere is a patented contrivance,
somewhat resembling a clothespin, for
attachment to the nose to give to the
orn a proper taper. Another device
is supposed to improve the lines of
the mouth.
Not a few people have no roofs to
their months, having been born with-
oat any, or in other cases having lost
tbam by disease. For such unfortu-
mata artfihal mouth roofs made of
gahanlaed rubber are furnished.
There is a patented device for clean-
tng the tongue, consisting of a knife
ith a concave edge to which a sort of
qpmage brush is attached. When one
Is not well one's tongue Is liable to be
dNhar-bbly coated, but the annoy
ace may be removed by means of the
htrament described.
If you desire dimples you may wear
a certain kind to wire mask at night
to which are attached blunt woods
points that may be caused by the help
et screws to press upon the points
where the dimples are wanted. Thus
after awhile the dimples are made to
appear. ______
As 1O4 *tsllh Low.
An act of parliament, passed in the
rig of George III. and which is still
In force, exempts members of the yeo-
aaay from the ballot for the militia,
lAew. them to ride through a toll bar
whn in alform without paying and
Iao relieve them from the tax on
powder otr the hair. Such privileges
cm htirg valued n la K, whea the
t wa psed; but, as years are,
gnt ow liable for the mUlta ballot.
am U ban have beea abolished and a
bhar powder is no longer in request,
tLa tavors hate aeemd to have asy
prsetial vale. Nevertheless they still
esi.t-LmdoaM Mail
A Esmhi4 Awehshes.
WBgi, a famous arebbashop of
Meats, ree to that elevated posttoa
Urn the very lowest ranks. He wae
e se t a pem earster, but wa nevr
1mmd at Mh pmrmSt He at oea
--aad the feUelwtlag lriptome to be
-l rnp-usrnly In hle pdc
'WI3h, remember thy pareutag."
kbt ha Ithe whtele t a art boag up
i thle ethsral St Me etsl. Pr that
Itme a thi the arms o the ee have

wo,, the 8,o se a cnt ewhel.

last eme baa r "pwo fklkhl
as Wad swwearfte asmn awt
S1 IA- '0 alll ItkM atwa

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hmat an F bl. ~ Leer. heer,
dw Wa 'rnvey stt .ww 2 Iww
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onno o ft" -m.- to

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ASNO b a ad4 6b

140 OF Mh0 RPO.IAW0A. ______

STo WNHOS tr j vr CONCRs:
Notice is herebyl ren thtoo the d DR. DIVERE B. M
Sday of Jauary, A. D. 1906, appliea-
tion will be made to His Excellency .. DENT
N. B Broward, Governor of the State *
nf Florida, for Letters Parpnt for the
orsnizaitionof a erporpliinn known as
The Creesent Manufaeturing Company. Ofice over Marouas adel
with iue principal offie at Gain still,
in Alaohua county, Florida. We sub-
mat lerewith the proposed charter of j A. CARLISLE,
t he said corporation.
This flrst day of Decemhbr, .. ATTORNEY
1906. T.. J. CLYATr,
J.B. Mcl' t.. And Sollelc
L B. CP.' D\t.. n-6
W. W. H 'r,). Real Estate, 0(oet]
B F. H.AM:'Or', eral Practice. All bt
T W. Sn.. attended to. Office i

The parties whore name are ,i.,ied
hereto have and do hereby formi and
organize themselves into a rorpori-
tion, under and pursuant to while lawsof
the State of Florida. and submit these.
Articles of Incorporation:
ARTIC.E I-The name nf this corpor-
ation shall be TuH CREBCENT M.~AN'U1 \ -
TTrINtU COMPANY. The principal office
of -aid corporation shall be at (;ainis-
ville, in Alachua county, Florida Thl'i
corporation *hall have the right to e.-
tahlish other placesof business within
the State, where it may secure proper-
ty, or desire to condoct business.
ARTICL II--The nature of the hbii-
neop to be transacted by this corporta-
tiun shall be to buy, hold and ,ell real
eurRte and personal property ,to t buy
and sell timber and timbered lands and
naral stores; to manufacture, desl in
and sell naval stores. lumber and lum.
ber supplies, and to deal generally in
naval stort-, and to conduct a mercar-
tile business in oonnection therewith;
and when necessary for the purposes of
this corporatici, it may build, equip
and operate railroads, may dig ca-
nals. may equip and operate steam-
boats and other means of transport.
tion, neither of which shall be used as
a common carrier.
AITICLB III-The capital steck of
this corporation shall he Fifty Thous-
and DoHars ($60.000 00), to be divided
Into Five Hundred shares, of the par
value of One Hundred Dollars
($100.00) per share. One hundred and
fifty shares shall be issued at once to
the ineorporatorn, upon the payment
by them of the par value thereof as
subscribed. The balance of said stock
shall be held as Treasury Stock, and
may be hereafter issued, a may be pro.
vided by the by-laws of this corporation
and by authority of the stookholders
of thie corporation, but no stock shall
be sold for les than par.
AarTICL IV-This corporation may
continue for the period of fifty year.
ARTICLI V-The business of this
corporation shall be conducted by a
President, Vlee.Preildent, Secretary
and Treasurer, and a Board of Diree.
tore ooneirtlrn of seven members, a
majority of whom shall constitute a
quorum. Said officer shall be chosen
from the atookho!dera of aid corpora-
tion, aanaally, on the firat eSatrday
of January of esoh and every year,
and the aid Board of Direetor may
appoint any other offers, onto irr
employee, or authorize the Presldeat
or ViYe*-Predes so do so. Until the
election and qualfeastioo of other of-
flcers the following shall be the officers
of this corporation: T. W. Stands,
Presldent; W. W. Hampton, Vie.
President; L J. Olaltt, seretaryn do
Treasurer; and T. W. Sandd, W. W.
Hampton, L. J. Olyast, Antolie Paul,
B. F. Hampton. J. B. MoDonald and L.
B. McDonald, Directors.
AarTCLB VI-This corporation may
Incur and contreet for idebtedness to
the extent of Fifty Thousand Dollars
(I,0.000 CO).
A TICLIt VII-The names and rel.
deanes of the atoehholdere of said eor.
portion are as follows:
T. W. Shands, Galnesville. Fla., 80
share, *8.00000.
J B. McDonald, Oianeoville. Fla.,
80 eharee, 11.000
L.B. aMDonald. Galnesville. Fla.,
80 share, 1O0 00.
W. W. HImpton, Oaionevil., Fla ,
1 share. $1.00.00
B. F. Hampton, Osalnville. Fla., 18
sharr, I1 0 000
L. Oyw Ot. ainesille,. Fla. 16
shmbae I1. 00.
Antolae Paul. o hsvill e Fla, 15
share $1o 00d
On tkhs Is day of DeImtber. A.
Lte aom dre pearePd befor e meT.
. w..Ha ptDos .
MeDomld, B. F. Hampso. and L J.
UiyM, emh of whom belt so me well
kwu,d knedao wto be hel peo A.
esee.lbd a, and who sob.mlbed t.eir
Memest1hleforegoiooAalrlies of Ia-
erpesMie d severally akseowl-
eJed she die ezeesslos of tbe -ame
for he aON Iad plrpeso Iberein eel
forth aad oosise d.
T. W AIum.,
J. 3. sMcDoua a.
W W. Hauros.
B. F. HAXn .,

TahaU sad a-ks41. d hele me
1-5. J.W.V&,uo,.
leuy PbU ses.*e o rFda My

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Can sell your eitj Iroperty, (Imn
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming land. Seid him
a list of what you offer for rale. 2142n.


GAINESVILLE, Alachua (Co..
Office in Endel Blok.




Over Dutton & Oo's Bmik



Ofoe in Mler Law Exchar.goe

JOHN M NZMI. Proprietor.
l t1W.1 W .. j t Jacksontlle, iM.
Faust beor.,botle4 d draught. Don't
fall to eall oa me whnu in Jaksonville


Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy


Job Printing
a. F o r...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blanks on Short Notice.

The follownlo letter from one of our
mail order tlorners Is elf-**lplana.
Loulelile, Kl.K Feb. 27, 1 4,
H. H. MeOrert,
0Ga vll Nle,FIs.
Dear bSr: Received the priatlng
matter Ia doe time, sad will my tbha
it le perfleely mtlyfa t fy. Ilik the
envelope, so mueh M.ao thanks for
your prompt atteatoi 1o 11lI)0 pordr.
Ynuq t0all,
M as M. 0. CocVrrrE.

loSeod orders to THE 1U,5 De'prt for
Owaseulel Fla I --

Alwhoa evenly Is M.0ACQures In
area, km Sw UMinisralt!oed m)S
nil"r omd. U pt of
128 pebl ecbhold, 17 peehS.
saw milkeeeMAWmi ro
deano" ppw mm.lg 1SI. *
eats. rye, polaOW. lpm", eto
saug. peshee. peIn plm,
@ame .N Aall blode el 'g

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el, ntrnsi. st r at sm
m "Inh.tswobr Astas..
lift In,

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Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON, 8. C., both ways.
The Pist 8teamslps In tie Coastwie Service
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Servioe Brtween JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Poinlt,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound ...........................From Lewis' Wharf, Blson
Northbound ................. From Foot of Catherine It.. JakIonvill

Clvhe St. Johns Rver Line
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St Francs,. Bereford (DeLad),nd)a lantrmedlare
Landlngs on St. Johns River; commenelng Wednesday, November 1, 1906,
Ar appointed to sall as follows Ieave Jackeonville, daily except satlor
days, at 8:0 p. m. Returning, leave 14antfoi, dally except lundays. as t0 a. m.
bouUtboued M'MDUL LE Nortanhl
Leare :pm........ Jacksonvll*. .. .. .. A.rriv j l
1:486pm .... ralata.. .... .... .... Lave i00
8:00am .. ........ Astor ................ . p
4:0 .....am .... ... . . Fr a .............. .. S p
............. Herpr ford (DeLIand) ............ lOO pN
Arrive 8:00 am ....... .. .n. lHanford .................... .. l l

.. n. IROMMONUK J..m. A el. m .. A., .l t J. e llkvU.lo.
W O. o000K. Jr Ireltbs Aset. IVIL. Iwsrienases,
loot of Nlow" street. JekMvslhe s a.
'A JPWALAs t.1*a N.Y r oftCLYUt
O*neral Manager. Goenra Ageoat,
mueam L b lce m ie t W *ssae .t n ew rr

Take The Atlantic CoaSt Line


N i va I1ast South i O" West "
j"11M l M lnMeotacerl-
llVIh~L'Uj IiaLn el-koeuiUe l Uw nvuiM-wn

Rapid Transit and UnnurpaMsed Service
rime Table In o*eel April I6, 1$f(.
High pringsp ad laser-
modiatL Polal
Oeals LAsburg sad Taemps. ad
Intermediate Polat
Palaika. JasheaolrtleU
North. East sad We
High ipri.p, WayewIro LSvaaaa, Saw .let
S Albay. Atlalt all Polat4 NOth, East WesI

Koehio.i., Ml-asApy an Cilsr


rrive Fro


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brI Ace= yr~l

slusplirbols. wd MW MM owne upCs as rta
5-5IUIICY 11gb Iptia ?~E Oa
CowleLim a
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I. A. GOODWIN, TkbesAgog** O.Mwvlie.
flnAt 0. 30?llt~- 11. PF ewm A.raw. Pn. Ag
13W. lays$ Aete5sNsWJ~
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Air Line Railway

... FOR....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York,

'1'wo Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Linu" Opentltiugn

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

For full information iati sleeper repervat ouni' ,al 11Ion Iy a 'ent Seaboard e9
write A. 0. MAtl' I ..I., .' l % Il.,,TON, Ja.,
st. General Par eigei r Agent. I'iAn eK* r Agent,



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For Our

or Tea

N~ew 'd

~EGi ~sc~ i~iii~i~i~~ri
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Over 100 Paes lloutLnoi I
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For Wae Obeap-l004se lfarm neut os. wask Ml A e 'beh lkems- lM. b, PseCote
swass"Up ponlassed. p3o o Sa SW kIn A sw l of Yo hk-. w..U rabenwe
~fcast~le, soveallnty heed b. i ml h b In be*- Iit win pay Iyu to got Our 'y. w'b L amm
bio hOWwall",dAY a oltAv- a day aat bk il wS b ae ma s f I"6I". "*Ord ma
WON". I am"& it so ad to "~CW "Now* yew~" u~b-
0.W. MWofA booa .uaWto90 N*kW=0M NOOP OfO ru a &AMYall J4WW .SW
0. V.w~p@9M~s Asahretdaysedgml o Gm beftb mvewosAW n ~mm.r 1
in sta sow mr Welk ON"eto lab* gooTINIAAWW
his sudisas u "A. md.oS bfr. am w Ie.sLe 9 1Iv h~.
=MLdmv ijo(00____ I rr
to his fo the IWeM"bad 6a piety." 6"0 SMeMals."t ntN;gawk
bst SMw" v umlile. Imooums & 004 *-P miq Pn 0 113 I AM V O I-_ -."0WA. .- --

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Wead,-W# ,00c0 for a .les. Sees.
Myfullw,,,.LD iam o nds, C locKsI
A few small biscuits easily made with r'Sm.y- ,,l .a ig I lafTm ondS L
Titme .eJ. A. Carlrsle.
Royal Baking Powder. Make them t'" 1 W atches, Jewelry
MaOr 11 166**r Ofr ik. Prcerice b-a sak. o
small-as smaM round as a napkin ring. P.43.s.. *t... .H Cut Glass, Sil vetr
SP, 0i... PwM, a, ,.i C ut Golass, iSilv op
Mix and bake just before the meal. o. L ,u i ms L.o .wo te Plaed
SetlOatiM u a vif ta T hil$"day. "1A
Serve hot. i, As0 wI Broo yr. ware, Plate wa.
f ? day'rertbaw 90rss and Other pOda .
Nothing better for a lightodesset M n prof eo .. bu H holiday Novelties.
than these little hot biscuits with butter u. ,, Holday., No vet'___-
and honey, marmalade or jam. t w f hY vorpd Boat,'S f atisfaction Guaranteed. Mail Orders Receive Prompt
You must use Royal Baking Powder w"ithlv"sii'rday. and Oareful Attention.
.ObH t, so eXst_ I e asvln -... --
to get them right, eror ,oYw of Johnstown, Brad.
ford seawywas in the city yesterday
-n l balgo. sonneete d with the
oYAL saNG POW 0o, w"VA _.Unip te nd te aneleaf & Crosby Co.
Growlnffg me popular every day-
EWS OF CsTY AND AM'ols.los.,sO'cent,. 'O Blo. bbo. kalemo ad vaUla JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
NEWS OF ITe. trctl. Ask for Bloo Ribbon vanilla
AW vTheb I t sltok and best in eaned Ias r1 is ktI., and you'll know why 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
COUNTY ONDENSED foe owr a lsbrok l previous .I your name on our mailing list?
.L R L at U.ra"of %be prominent ord.
It0 ^ t clf ooworV r p7,*sIn (she eiI JamI BHolder of Oltroeolle hu r-. ,
Satt iers ed to ble home, aftr a brief w I$I
r ptilse prty-Five do- to Dr. no Mfs. J. L. elley In Shi
Iy bep A plr o it.. Mr. Holer is one of the most
p toneoesfal naval stores operators of
PERSONAL AND SO IAL iTE1 t ks. hes ion..
Got peor grcilees for sunday din-
tyoinDo r P.of L .p T0 tn Roy X. Pearce, a promlment mer
What Has Nappend What is OGing aa Mason Blros. Then you know bso of Alh us and an eonthoals si
to Happ Told iM Short p' agq a get the o bees er o the Elk, ws l aend
Go That "He WId Runs May oedr Dr. U. L. dontagomery of MHes m at tbe meeting lof tEIavlle
is i p Ro a. nopy was mog th boo who paid Lodge No. 00 Thursday, and ealoyed
slaneille Ta 9M1.1 $ otelday. the wgok. He icturned so his bhowe
Gold Ools colhe at Mason Brosu' W. P.oelware a4 Jossioe R. P. y esurdy.
kMi ledustrirl IEditIon 10 eents a Ltapkilyof Oampvlle were among Mr. ad Ms. L. 0. Youngove of
hopy. the arvistoo o biS tt yUterdayt. Freepor, Ohio, hve arrived in be
Use Milks' Emulsiono,60 ents. SLea- Tarpeqtae loa. for sle at this of- esit, ad wtl sepha htr fo seral
ders & Earlo. leo, 08 pe r oen, per hundred. week.. Mr. nouglove i a soe of
Ledlen calling eards In latest styl Om most anompany order. dswrt O Wtils D."l'oongleie, and s .
%ti allm. Even Wird of Bell was In heo olty reared in this I oo, where he has
Plaoe carefully packed and drayed. yoenoday,'havrinlg ome on business many friends.
A. R. Harper. 0oanoesed with the United states land The plond i of North Ga lesville
Three rooa to reot. Apply to Mr. o1.*. gave a poos party as the home e Mr.
Watol at Thoma' stables. Lost-Ai E plsopal bassl r or on and Mrs W e MeMilla Thursday
INI lakes for Iammllllte or future street, pair of eyo-lIsnes. Finder re. anibht, wlb a m ical enjoyable at.
delivery. Keystone Bakery. til to Rev. F. H. raill and l t fair. Ab n ixt ed the f T E CONTINENTAL CAF
W Jsome of ako View rd tion w asl $ of and Mrs MeMiI-
tlrdl ng Inhe osl ayte Vrda. S Godwin of High Springs o. lsa, and 0the efinlg psd of In a (First eoror south of P. 0.)
Mr. i. Tld let etrday. fr turned to his home yesterday, after a most eJ oybl maner. m fesl Cotims u tal r Key Oysters Drip CMb. Western Mat. SI r
Mf. M. vITdo f tsd terday fqr a couple of days spent in this eity on V0N UdalleUd. Hopes Early and Latet
brief visit to friends as Waldo. OTH iiu I< i tld. ON PAA I
The vrsetable of the t weon aren Divisionperlatnndent H. A. Ford
ways to be found as Mason Bre.' of the Atlantis Ooast Line has r F T

-,,e ., h oea. ..-.Ro o ro. Ags.,a :, whole-an C A Y AmT S1,JItOM AS CO UNDERTAKING CO.
Wanted-Boys to oset up ten-pie.. tred from to oiaial vblit to PalarkaI T TFeT
For sale, North ,aine.ille, eight . odge, Walter dge, P.r. - UNDER TAKING CO.
les, lshep. Rook road. August Had* and the wrole-- and jo. CHEAPEST $TMR E ON EAMS1 o
Weaske. Martins, ll of Newberry, called at The
Al Drysdile ha retnurnd to his home Sno ooce ye teday. FULL LINE OP
In Jketaville, ifter a brief visit to A. U. H llatry of Miopy was E BW He D...
ti Ol. L amoag the vilstors to this ilyT lao te. H ar 1 dar
Dr. J. L elley reWorned yesterday day. Mr. Hillelry I new operating ANTS
trom a bsines trip to Ja keoville mo e mill at Miknopy. MM nI I.i n a every A T O
and Pilatka Mrs. E E. Oanson, who attendeod aONUMEIT, TO7a 02 05
Marshal H. Olusman of M leaopy the wedding of Dr. Bareld ald Mi s o k s, MebM b. Builders' Material an d o0 lracIM .
we amongl Ihonsewho paid ( laetivlle Helen Denhamn in tavann, o me Islsee our wunDp
Sa vilit eterday. Jacksonville, where she Is on a visit So se ith of h yr. We entAt fAM A d I i .,
Furnlshed room to rest e bloek ad. her friend, Mrs. A. H. King. LO a wT NMLc Per "monal aiteneioM o .11l mais Ww
joleing square. (Jetleman tenant John V. )entoo left yesterday for prompty aeaded so.
preforrod. Apply at Sen ooe. New York, where he is engaged l athe b
Extr gopols of the Industrtial il fAil and produce comiaie bsl. l b d Oslonville, Plorida
tion of The Bun for sale at Avers's and e"s. He has been Ins lorida for the l le
Videl's news temes at 10 cmase. pst few wek. se elitibesulg amount I
For Rent-Two furelsohed Bal, O* and new eutomorer febs e bl ouse. it ak ertr Bric, Ume, Cement eIAI~tL'v Arotm
of feoer rooms and one of there roos. ---
"rs. Fos*r. 4t" Wst Maia stre. READ THIS "'--**,," **MI""
Ceptala J W. Carter of Mieanopy
wM smosE iho** who favored the Mobil., Ala., Feb. 16. 1800. We ashel te wP0
Iea pital wit a visit yeot Dr. E. W. Hell, s. Loel, yo.--IeDw
P. J. Keen of Old To)wna w Ia Ithe *Doer ~wnthef*r dose "H*al' al LOCkS C.Bp ..
olt d yesterday. Mr Keen was a wit. GeDntleoveryi" for kidoey and hIdd. FI i l we ea
oem Ia Aaal proof before t the Unirime have a s Located nLa the Por tere lSh. et
latee lood oe. eIved eo ealahlnw. ___ or* .ru fe ". Thre Rirn.l g tables,
Wa. A. ArNold f JlekelrllIIe, rep n nereBdeeplsfully._ I _nM pidrp IMa
resnlag the H. F. Devis Paint OCm. 0. Vim Anrwar a Sow. arie The ggubbra
.of .alaimar, is in the ity lr tal.
daer. of his lie.. A TEXAS WONDER. w. i.i ~ .. .-
.o. W O(he ha gone to nladia, (nc eAl u.,e .. the Teas EtcW D 0 t
aidoether pointe West, where h s Le e, Mall's eest Dtover earn all ... ... .. I. Etc.iD
4515d on bsoines. tHe epects so e M a 1mb sl e-ee, .. -, ,a
hiest several daly. gavel. eaeoI dintM ominal e~ -e- dn.d ll "el lIoa r elad e-lm e


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