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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 12, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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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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GAINESVILL., FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1905


TEN CENTS A WEEK


CONGRESS WILL NOT


ENACT LEGISLATION


odifying the bhinese Excin
sion Ac t.
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EADEIR IN BOTH HOUSES AY

lcy of Chine Is Based Upon This
Attitude-Emperor Urged People to
Refrain from IBoycotting American
Goods Pending Action by CongreN.
iChtco, Dec. 11.-A Tribune do-
toh trom Washington, D. C., says:
Congress will not enact any legia-
lation aodUying the Chinese exclu-
a act. %As a result of the boycott
At Aerican goods wll be re-imposed
shortly, and there will be a greater de-
Svelopment of the anti-foreign feeling
throughout China.
The prediction as to the attitude of
-congress was made yesterday by lead.
i *r of both the house and senate. The
policy of the Ch(inee people is based
entirely upon this attitude.
In ediots issued by the Chinese em-
peror thopeople were urged to refrain
from boycotting American good, pend-
Ing action by congress.
The viceroys of various provinces
proclaimed Preseient Roosevelt ha,.
given assurances that congress would
pass remediary measures and that the
Chinese should continue to purchase
Aminerican goods as heretofore, until
the purposes of the legislative branch
Sof the American government developed.
It is understood that the Chinese
legislation here has been making in
quirles as to the prospect of action
congress, and is satisfed there is no
chance whatever of the enactment of
satisfactory legislation.
Deadlock in Treaty Negotlations.
A deadlock has occurred in treaty
Segopttlous between Mitnster lckill
d Na Tung, t the Chinese foreign at-
fairte, in regard to the refusal of ticL
former to allow the admission of COh-
nesa laborers into the American poses-.
IloLe in the Pacific. In exchange for
the privilege Na Tung was willing to
d dine tie clia-es of Chinese which
should be granted, tand aithorliing the
Unitael iSat.s, thus authorizing his
government to exclude every one w
failed to come directly within those
classes.
Bill to Make All Territories States.
Represetaltive Hamilton, of Michn
as,. chairman of the house committee
on territories, proposes to push to a
vote as soon as possible his bill for th
adw ..,u of Oklahoma and Indiann
Territory and Arl2ona and New MexI
o as two states. He hopes to get
it through before the holidays.'
There is a strong desire to wipe out
all the territories on the continent.
thus making a homogenous 'nloa of
4T states, occupying a compact terri-
tory from the Atlantic to the Pacific
sad from Caaada to Mexico Thereafter
It will be asy enough to devise a gen.
ral territorial sytsem for Alaska. Por.
to IUeo. rHwall and the Philippnes. A
4M itory. repre altag as the name im.
ls1a, ootlylr poassestoa of the
IUblled State, amt yet ready for state
bood. will thea e the status of thes
eamted pousssms.

CMINESS BOYCOTT IN FRISCO.

IpS Crew Pesbidi a I ay Aay e-
the AmeinM Ooeds.
sia Frrarteo. Dee. 11.-The arlt
American beoyott has reached thl
port. It Ia th- etom of the P.ac<
Man eempay to allow pediJre afad
ether aean ie a beerd their I
liUmu durtin the Itoebos hm r tor
the iewsefteir the ChIes sallI
ea. aetau II nd waie l, waho.
t raessr o te etelsam Cet. ay ot
.i tMetr dEbe r ,g -i r.e.
Whs. thl MhosbL*e deked em Ise
a, at el vel dah. Te, asf
sa efad the attemsa of th, tWI
Shbslies ces-v- to lbs *


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9bW Mrav lbsOw ft Awmr penW

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POPULAR GIRL SUICIDES.

Ul Health Causa Woman to Take Her
Life In Her Room.
Montgomery, All.. Dec. 11.-The cl:y
was shocked Friday by the ne s hic;.'i
rapidly spread In every nook anl cor-
nor that Mss Jhlla Reid. one of t,-'
most popular young women of the'
county, had suicided.
It was soon found that the repir'.t
was true, and that the unfortunate girl
bad shot herself entirely through the.
head with a small caliber pistol. pIir
chased on a trip to the city just before'
the tragedy.
Dr. J. L Gaston, who was called at
once. said that the death had been in-
stantaneous. She was lying at the foo
of her bed in her own room when dis-
covered by her aunt cold in death.
Miss Reid left nothing to indicate
why she took her own life. but It is
well known that ill health was the
cause. She become 111 some months
ago and was forced to take a rest from
her duties as & ecoountant in the of
Ace of the Montgomery Advertiser. She
was given a vacation of several weeks,
which wa spent In North Carolina, but
nothing in the way of permanent bene-
fit was secured.
After returning It was discovered
that she was not able to meet the du-
ties of the posltilo held for four years,
and her resignation was sent in. How.
ever, she remained In service up to a
few days ago in order that some one
might be trained to take the wo'
Since that time she has done little, be.
ang mush of the time confined to her
room. I
NOTED EVANGELIST RETURNS.


Have Conducted a Four-Year World.
S Wide Revival.
Ner York, Dec. ll.-Re.v EL A. Tor
rey. an evangel who had been conduct.
Ing a four years' worldwide revival,
returned with his family yesterday on
the Baltic. We fellow worker, the
Singing rvangelist Alexander, will
eoa .olt l4 m bew.
The evanollsts bave visited China.
Japan, Australia aad Great Britain.
"I cannot give the number of at-
tendants at our meetings," sald Dr.
Torrey. "but I have Just received a ca-
blegram that the number of those reg.
istered In the different churches after
our servlcs Is 180,.W0 Including 82.00(,
In Great Britain were converted. The,
cvangpllts will begin a revival In To-
ronto. Iec. 31. after which the7 opcn
a three months' campaign at Philadel-
pha. Following that, they will be.
gin a nto ting at Atlanta. a.

WORLD'S RECORD BROKEN.

Colorado Typewriter Writes In One
Hoer 4.917 Words.
Pueblo. Colo.. Dec. 11.-Ray T. Van
IDttach. state servrke editor of (.
Pueblo (Merftain. last night broke the
world's typewriting record for both
the 30-minutoe ad hour tests. taklag
t.600 words .luring the frst thirty min.
ate. and flnlshang the hour witl a
total of 4 917 words.
The dictation was rwelved over tae
long distance telephone from Denver,
a distance of 130 Iles.
The previous hoer record. 38,2'
words, direct dictation, was made by
Patl Meater at Madles Square Oar-
de. New York. Nov. 4. 1M.
Preismlet Rawbbi De.
New York. De 11.-Dr. adoe Kohe
grabd rabbi of the Cestral a-st-tor
of Israelites Ia Prase. died to Parit
1sterday. says a cable dispatch re
eled here. Dr. Kaha was bora I
M8eim I S". aad wS edaested as
the WLte IalatbUe of Mets. Ir
1a be sa eced abiM tLaarre sin
der a hbad of the OmtrJ mUsstor
IThi ease is tme ght esmag the
ob"ew suArae. ITh rabbi Ir
aGe r na fad It aI

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CONTINUE STRIKE


TO THE HITTER END


Is The Effort Being Madt by
The Leaders.

WHO PROMISE TO PROV;OE FUNDS

Presented Addri to Emperor, Citing
His Promlsed Relief and Abjuring
Him to Rely on Peacefw. Russians
Who Desire Freedom.

St. Peterburg., Frtllda miirning. lDec.
8, via EdythkubLae, Et.'t I m,-ii..t, Ulc.
S.--the local tIMde eo r1 t itl at :and
te;tgraph strike havtln. I 'tolved li ,re
encouraging news tfrouin ,Cow, ilI;.
are making a desperate tflPort ,to iiIi
ttieir folkiwera to continue thi' tilikt
to the bitter end.
The promise that thlos, without
funds will be proride. for. ian tlhhreat.
ended evils will not o'cr Tin' I'nlea, I
have succeeded In ld.'ttng t le.
graphic commuilicationt with )Mi tf
Warsaw and Moscow, w hli'i; wai opetn-
ed for a time last night.
The executive comnlits-ion has issutdi
another appeal to the' i'ilkers to taiil
firin until all their diinau ds are satil-
fled.
The strikers claim that the ,il'l,:riti',
wl.o have returned hiIte firo F l"ilolaid
report that the Pians w.;: sitanl out to(
the end.
From Vladivostok, North (aiiuusia, it
is reported that the t, I ,ra;tphrs halve
selected a rmas to co' llo St I'cttr-
burg to kill Interloi Ni Mnistr Ih Trno
vo and M. Se'vastlaln fl, .'upl'lriltt iilI it
of posts and telegtral,.
A delegation from I!~. Tn!:i m lnitv,
yesterday presutted ll ii.udlr.-s It) tIhe
emlwror as follows:
"We abjure' youto majesty to 1Iely ol
the peaceful milllous of tlte itm-lia
people who desired fre tdom withtiri
license. Your majeaty has renimovr
a burden of N ill )0 of roltileih from
the peasants, atrnt you hafea' proir:l I.l
relief In the ni. "rr of :,nil. 'rlie
Tula peasants expect help bit not
from the sen -i*% s pronfl .,f of 'lih
sicked. Your tn Jesty will .i ir Inl
truth not from t revoluntt(inli''. ioil
from the dotuma 'hlrh. iwe pira). )o r
majesty not to t' ry In ca:ilng "
The emperor, a;fe'r thankinr.g the .i
egaltni, aid in r, ',Iy:
"por a full re iz atlon of lthr ltlher
ties accorded. I- n ecelsary prinmtl.
ly to restore or.1' r This is only poi,.
sible wUh the I arty co-o ratton of
all the gasm of lisias. I know that
the needs of the ,asaSts are great and
to relieve themi I my coantaut care.
What could be !one at present has
been done, but there Is still much to be
acomplashed,. n 1 therefore, It is n.e.
esary to rettrIr to peceIrtI pursuilt
aaJ to direct .': ,our effortl to the fur.
theraace of it,. -blijects I view. If
others follow "r god *exaple. the
work of ilapro- .: the posa1ts' ondm.
tkim and the r ,e- *JAtlo of Uth reforms
will be greatly) si piledd"


a~rWill so HUO WIed apmlb
k. feterhuhrt D. 1. Via W'itk*
lies. lest Irimc' e. Des. 9.--svrn l
alier, of lthes 'Iemb0Laeuelsy. Wt
seat. station-' 11 eMM04oe1.S
which. -on Mi m w addresed by
the emperor .I eininest a its
tried loyalty o-f,.i eAlpresseI bee hop I
that it wwl:'f 4 aways she It selfas
armly units,'! &Mk It Istpre
have ealed or t oj4 of the ks.
md dw!a"4 ,r n they will hed htlml
pe"Nusayiy s.at' ebemafut fe.Ifr!
tides pett d aI ga" &Wl 6111


WWOm. 3.Wtas Pill S-
TWO Is a badv T I f4so
NNW aeta ho tcks a b Oad the


A bsiuu'ft e ase s b

wo mes w at amf I mga.o
ago" atd atWW. a b jka s
6" a" amdess o auive 'orsTheI
an son bmv* 40OW~SM atbervase
6a16 01r1 b 4 ot 0


rests. fearing that it would revokee
(rtlater disturba nce
The military tec!,nIraphers at KPlff
have refuseil to tank the p!ace of t-he
atrillng civilians. Tu' (Grninn iTnv
ernmont has asked the gov'rmllnrt o,
Rusila to protect the \'Vartaw gas
works. which nre the property of a
German company.

ARRESTED FOR MURDER.

Man of Many Wives Being Held In
Birmingham, Ala.
Blniinghatm. Ala., Dec i1.-C. C.
Williams, alias C. \W. ('Cmin., was iu;
renswd 'cre last week a. the su spe'ct
ed tuurderer of D, S. '. ilIMI. a pilutur,
kllitd about seven years io
IIIUIIIC'Ifp ilF"%"% 1'11^06 %1a n I


CHARGES AGAINST


INSPECTOR DISMISSED


By Secretary Department Com

merce and Labor.

SEVERAL CHARGES PREFERRED

The Investigating Committee Stated
that the Inspector's Conduct Old Not
Merit Even Censure, Much Les Re-
moval and Charges Were Frivoloue.


oIII nImrIII 'Ilon rom I\tI, ii * i o, 11 'S
and ( tuelitvill e., On, t n ii '.l e t -Z ;r. Se tvll
S. C.. alleges that \Wi;iatn ha wl-s t y of t ,. .
of ct ltil i:'l' 'e a ld lil >iei t .L,)> lii -.
In uMitconI and Ino i'r,, anii a \Vwo
man wl'h whom \Wlliinms liveI In At lie d I. charge t. .1
lants states, acordlng to a hitter from orl fir navigation c ny of St
('hi f Jenning., that he has a wlft Ifn ilst gaint ArchilId t Gordamn llt
Grern itlle. UnitedC. tat
|tion bttl" lln iat t hat post.
l'tterMi from Mucon show that \\i tlh inv t atn ws odut by
"'ht'1 I., lvrlKal~llO 'usl -ouducteJ by
llana % as married to a MI.i Annie U ita t oary Murry ad
.A*l itiil Sct ',tary Murray anid I)pu.
Davis, I.n i hat city, not may n miotlithi s

ago,. ntl tilat he .lad wrlittctn It'k t' ( of 'ororatlonl
Satire tI rth S ti. S>i tvintei h chargt'en all were
trV. ountso Allr nlttr the nati f, C prefer ld in general. allelig offliaal
W. County. All !tters sprak In dr n r d im,
rogatory t;rlnii uf the mun aintd hll \ l itint itin %' I l'ioiduect and .
char cter. 'prnlm 1r cll crimlinatlin belwoetn ite&am
Th li ce hrt!lt owner Irt well as acts If upprr*
The police hrc b!l th thy against particular owner
.iloI| ulgtnitlnt particular ownrr
hnve c(ttl1"tti l u nlllin who I- w il *" P In
hmany citilee. 'Tmi, lhgt i, fn ,f ,' h i loth ipartl's were represented by
.lcuun''l ltldl a number <( wltlnelsr
nt)ay agalntit hi a u 't' b'lig itvLl cut t a nt r of witness
ittd. a & ll i* the re-rorlds of the offlcs
ga ted.
w(-re e x.itnlned.
Going After Williams. Thll report of tIh committee stated
Itacon., (a. Lc. II )i'etctltve will thlt Ithey found nothing n Inspeolor
leave today for iltrniil *itnl to l)lrlits (;,, l,loln's conduct, or his office, whlic
Hack to .Macon C('. C \W\,1lamna, iits ,otld nmnrit ,even censure, much less
(C. W. ('ountn to IuP r, i hl' chRarg: I'll.e t t ,l ftelli ld l ol li il 1ll ill l .t tl,e d they wtr) *elth'r errors of
eate Ilnt he' hit, wivih ill .\A lIntu, KI law in thu interpretation of some Iw.
orit, S ( anlI ninacili A warrant ii q(le(11 tiOs, or were due to an earn-
wai~n Asorn ut lhy hiIn M;a n wife lIaT a.,1 t i i, conl4eO l(lct i ii dl tlre to bring
night. __ ..... _..._ llIIot it proper cotndil.oni of affairs on
VETERANS THANK ROOSEVELT. t ,t.,mboats in hil. ji tt'iiton,
w I' harem. W re dcltri,l to be
For Statement Concerning Confederate ht"ty f,'oIitl and witliont inerit.
Dead. andl It nas HItatile that in the nmaklng
Vicrkhrx.ur Mi I er. II. (Henr, ral f the,' aid n i lh, effort to sustatn
tt elhen 1), L.e', cr in antier of th,. t henm. there a% s no t indicated a g na.
A.i e' ..c-ii ... a I .th .- ..t0f c nill a t


'ntled'i (C'llfed ralit Vr tctll on ) In'
half if hin: i If lin l I thiati i Kula tilltt *l.
has SI ill'Ln a s foii li lA.A tA o Pi l're .il,
lio< i<'e-, It:
''' en- the l tilt It a'ri< It) le- SIr .hir As
the g r'simll I e omiiia.Anllt I f Ihe- I'lot. I '
< irfe 1itti'.' \ % ia i l f KttAxJ/.nI lois.
and for tiurn I unii nc llii4 K you I1)
thanks for the- parieKrOajph In your in'es
*age recomrunrairtling thia thei I ,nferal
gurvrnament care for thte graves of can
federate dJ-ai, an.l elpeclally t(hee
who died In nocrthlrn primlns .luring
the war. I desire to say that this ar.
agrapa la your lmtie'sagle I escedlng
ly gratifying to me personally
"With kinlest regards for yourself
personally, aodl for the welfare of your
family, I anri your truly.
"ltte,'p.n I). i+ e"

GEORGE SELL WILL RESIGN.

Aaeltant Unitd S*tates Attorney WI
Qut Hise Peltion.
Columbus, (a., Dee. 1I.--In an Intr
view i.orgei 1. Ball. assistant i ,
States attoray ora the northern 'l1t
trtit of Gleortl. aid that In the near
future be would relgn his l ulfr
He says that be has ltnde*ad reelrn
ag for a ftg time. but IIrriest fiatsnei
here and tlere have prepnven!'rl it I
has bue eoemcted4 wlth the ,ffi.
dletgtatttoarly for twelrn years. hav
tag received his apolet:uean' st the be-
glaliag of Pret-o:nt "*** :-tf's ad
*laltrasUo. Ne harl hi* rktenallon l
fMUI out atI thel rce oif Prmwli.elll
CQVelTaJ'' erm. t ab *>)m there at ofth*
aetae" ofe Jodi N a tun 0 e*'aett4
It Mri. mell Is, that eo oai h e
retura f AutMita. at the r; < of t,
t t*r'., i cM-1 of the I'an'd IJtate coe
is r', Us he will rrega his oie
ad wll perwtie aw la AF'a t

New York te II t4Me lW4ao


esof here *ta LMis T es*tt wveag
ae to as 4 yp sew. It N s by



Ia ssm. lrhe asi lMa Mi be
6I e to eAl TG.. --
lowr iha ~ygh


lir ilI'nli, on the ui rtr of romplalnants
to iiiinrov, tcie r fficltency of the boat
liit I 'i)tiI s*etr\i'le biut ame ot ht r mo.
tive htivl i inofgtlnl irproprlity to do
% i'ti te' efflvt'ienr'y or lut grilty oif tbh
I l it tirs' woirk

JURY FAILED TO INDICT LAWOON

Had Been Held for that Body on Crimn
Inal Libel Charge.
Ulottrt. lk.e II Tnr- .4uffolk r ou.
ty granI jury fInl.il tIlo.a) tu return an
ludirl m IaIt icSlil 'T.I oInr W lIw,
soM. who aImd lien h,'Id for btat INdy
by lth nliuntecllal emirt o n thee cbar
of erimlinal lileel.
'i cii.arer' wtereo prefrre.1 by Clar
nce W li.tirt4 the, pr opreteor of the
IkBotun N s. tairevau A "no bill" was
r",'tcle. I to, the jurors Th* grad
Jury Itn' ,r no Indllctmeot against
Mr Itarrrn uar!'.r wtni It was UI-
l|reat'.i MI r lAw .,,, ",i offered Oev
.lene .f t a frre the grin jii) nla eOameC.
tlon wv*lh a rr!mtnal l IheIl coarn'slat.
Tim, a~,flin lof the )try Iits an eld
to the roij'rove r.y l*twe* a MeuiS3
Iatr ri tn I itarrin. *s far as the aWsi
lual Noiarti oare cincerned

Teass Noreo Legally Hange.
Columtbes. T I. II. ---Ieary
liltes oa selri as hanl-.l here rvr
day for aIvlalg raomaltte a murder
ous as ult Po~ Mr and Mres red
KUble#, whese hrme he robbed 11v,
were badly t*eer*e with a club, but re.
oseved fully The er-cultion was the
rpet is the sev. under tbu law enact
4 te yes *a o prwovdlag ca tal paI
leb(est fir reite.e >y ty H-0 o o4eW0
ty waueas or a-opea4ed by es-.

pemy' e a enst mu t 6eelted.
apaisaidid WA sBa i |

-u-mnI., fAs. 11 --At( Ir:ok
g after e tras the Mlter1 Orraulrd

amd ad u sth Peamiealasa Wdle
1M1l wUll e dedItmed The Jay I
a-s sad a s* oq rom of 'I Tw e1
salary, etaUIoaa at fort (wtgearei.
blllmaa aga pert. twi take peVt
me ear iessMe The Peaasylvans
gomts. Imn < reesog a**4ed 6v s -v
aS plasylwhi are ti AItI as po k
Mi alabkt Mo,,n a' The Ien It'
-sse tist'e'


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MEETING OF TiHE

BOARD OF CONTROL

Convened in This City at 3 O'clock
Monday Afternoon.


WILL MEET


AGAIN TODAY


At the sessionn Monday Several Bids
Were Received and Discussed, but
No Definite Action Was Taken-Dr.
*ledd and Prof. Hare Were Present.


THE'bAILY TUN: EGt
~1 1~-


MODERN METHODS


Improve a Remedy That Was Always
Peerless in Its Line.

e\\ are told that the great popular.
iry 'Jf Virnil is due to the faet that it is
r.'ally x rinw forni of a time-tried and
nlil r.,-rily. ci.l liver oil, now by an
'~.th,'rtte modern process produced
without oil, delicious and doubly po-
tclt.
\We wish everyone oold realize the
fet that Vinol in not a patent medi-
cine. It is simply a new way of ad-
v i i, ial.. ,t f.i.s t i nfr, t m


The state I; r f (''utrol held a j I. e tuw.
TheState w,,ard, r] hhldz a m irrli e curative e ements o
teetlng in t.hi. ,ity at :3 ','l..I k Mon.- cod liver oil.
day aftern,(on. ,s whi'h were preent There i, no one living who will dis-
afull board, ts follow : pute the merits of cod liver oil as a
Hons, N. H. Ilyan of Jacksonville, "'rlic rebuild-r of the human system.
ehairmean; A. IL Brown of Etiatis, I'. Tne trouble has been that but few
K. Yo,gi- of 1',.nsr-ola, IM i King of people could take end liver oil on so.
Arcadia nHrd S (i. Kellum of Tallabtias.- nt of the grease, obnoxious taste
e, .rtary., al terrible odor.
Dr. Andrew Sledd, president of the, With Vinil, however. everything is
University of Florida, Prof. William II. changed. By a md.rn method of
Hare. puperintendentof the Institute chemistry you get all the medicinal
for th I)eaf, Dumb and Blirnd, St. curaiive elements found in cod liver
Augustine, Architect W. A. .Edwards oil in a highly concentrated form, and
of Colombia, 8. C., and a number of lwtt of all, without a particle of
contractors for sand brick, stoe, etc., gr eae, which has no value, either As a
were also present. food or medicine.
The meeting occupied the entire af. The reason Vinolc an accomplish so
ternoon, but inansmuch as the Ioard mIuch more good than cod liver oil or
wua in eeceutilve aesion, in definite emulh:"ns is because it is so easily as.
lformaition as to the. del.ihrations similated, the weakest stomach can re-
were given out. A number of bidg tain it; thus it enriches and purifies
were received and dlciasased, but noth- the blood and strengthens every organ
ing definite was announced. in the body to do its work as nature
The Board adjourned at 5:30 until 9 intended.
o'clock this morning. In all cases of chronic conghs, bron.
In the morhing the members of the ehitl, severee colds. run-down condi-
board and visitors were driven to the tion, loss of appetite, all derangements
University grounds, and expressed of the stomach, etc., we guarantee Vi.
themselves a. being well pleased with nol to cure or return your money if it
the site, as well as the surroundings, fals. WV. M. Johnson, Drugglst.
the land being high and rolling. -
Today being rule day in the Supreme CONFERENCE HAS CLOSED.
Coors, It may be possible that a de.
_,___ .i._ .-._.h__l.l .." L ..... Rev T. J. Nixon Returned ton ai*nes-


IIOI In tIne BuuIkmn bill Uiii ( ll u
reehed. In that event lie decision
will be known here immediately after
It Is rendered.
BARLOW MINSTRELS GOOD.

This favorite Organization Better This
Year Than Ever Before.
S arlow's Miiustrele, which is owned
S by J. oburo, hau always been a
tfaorte with the Oalnasville people,
S beeoase It is always good. Unlike
... hr organisationa of this kind, which
S altraseI ln good and poor talent year
after year, thia aggregation is always
relied and up to the standard, but
S this season t is better than ever, and
the large audience showed Its appre-
elationMonday night by hearty ap-
plause which at times shook the house
The music and snlinig was as good
s ever heard here, and the piieialties
were above the average.
Among the specialtirs was liiA S.
Holt, the Oeorgia Cotton lllossom,
who has been a favorite with Barlow's
M instrels for many yearn. l t is one
of the best negro impersonators oi th..
stage, and has gained a national rIpmu.
tatiou.
'Frank I. 'Tinney in his nusil.al
stuate was a ii ne as could be desired,
and his piIanI play iing land dancl ng
were all that could tw desired Mr.
Tinary it ian uriKiuil character, and
It has 1wb 1 ii c;zrlstld that he would
make Iai icilal .***.tlire tto c nduet siaa.
lidat.s tv,. r lit h ot saids of Elkdoui.
The Isr:ow quartinet reltineld thel ex-
cellenlt r'lu tatlin hai sll read) imade
he I 411 T al0iili t9 hl lt 1, '1) H I 111eite I(u)Lt
Vocal mn iI:
lhI re frlii> ,, l. \lllu fi : n, I sa'rw al
Were ci.nder.I ir | rf (tt.ion,
while l.vrly." il i ,,u A rtiu. .;s was
as good a.s i tt'ul r .1 et '. r k.t to
06
be
"" l( all. tIt, rr r ir .,!'e tfr t.
class, aid everyo'in wtas ,..' I w~h
the evening' it.rnte'ri:,. i

Must Turn m 8Books
The library e.imnl te.. ,i we n.
tieth ( century Ciit, iere rr ,,,e .'.',1 .
turn in all books telo.iK t I i!
I. s he chub dr.p res t, I tra: 'f r ,r
S ame to the >Iuh ile .lo rar. "*
-- riabe e tab'l h. ld I.'T-r ;.,. ,
NMbiery has acquit ti r at. tl. .t ,
S WesLitbrty sirrct, vll8te> itp ri..-
e~se ofC C A (.' ',,i'u, 'w w ,t
llab e a muss ctonve t 1.1 an i .!,.r!.
SM IWor the pirrile.
Off on a Hri
W,. I. Oteekert and i % .I :nae
left Meafa wlght for iU n 0. ,0 of
GOlf HaeillM, where they w .iieqnd
S a ewfdayees a hunting espedsliten
S Mr. Steeklet lfl ed Th. Sui .,an
thail be epetewi 6te s a number if
bea, amd would poises ibe editor oft
p paper with a1 se t je0O d bear
g Mr. OteM 1 M as m make

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~,44 i00 i9
.AD B*R 129 1906


"rv DUMPTY.


Will be Been at the Opera
Tkis City.


House h


The inipaitile pantomime "Elumptyi
Dumptn.'t.1WI Oevrge H. AlapsQ ,
the ttll role. arlted by' a to-
hort of pi"f aboh Ri rlesand beautiful
setic and electric if-rets, will be as
the Edwards opera house on Saturday,
December 16b. This gorgeous produe*-
tion coolbilea audeville, comic opera,
comedy aod paotomine. cleverly weld.
ed, making an entertainment of a most
varied and keleldosopie grandore.
Amnongthe vadevillians who wll: ap-
pearare the Vallie Edgars in iilust'att
ed songs; Frank Sommers. the refined
minstrel entertaloer; the Elmos, in a
Dutch comedy skit and crayoun
sketohes; Saville Sisters, America's flt-
vorite soubrettes; Berry and Marteak,
musical artiste and many others.
Among the features will be the grand
march of the Amazons, the beautiful
"Dance of the Butterflies" ana cie
latest films In"moviig pictures. The
whole is one aggregation, extravagant,
fantastic apd beautiful. "Humptyj
Dumpty" Is under the able manage-
ment of Ernest Cooke. late of the Buf-
falo Bill's Wild West Show and is pro.
nounced by the riticr of the leading
metropolitan journals as the very
some of a refined performance.
The Key That Unlocks the Door to
Long Living.
The men of eighty-tive sad ninety
years of age are not the rotund well
fed, but thin, spare men who live on a
slender diet. Be "a careful as he will,
however, a man past middle age will
occasionally eat too much or of some
article of food not suited to hiseonsti.
tution, and will need a dose of Cham-
beriain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to
cleanse and invigorate his stomach and
regulate his liver and bowels. When
this is done there is no reason why the
average man should not live to old
. --- I. --1 L l .1I J... .-I .


"DODCk PE


of a vawan's life, Is the name often given to the "change of a e.
'Your meses come at long Intervals, and grow scantier untfl thl
top. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three
or four years, and it Is the cause of much pain and discomfot
Which can, however, be cured, by taking


Woman's Relief


It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, Irritability, miserable-
mess, forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, eak-

ess, tired feeling, etc. Cardul will bring you safely through this
"dodging period," and build up your strength for the rest of your life.
At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it
'U


WlMT US A IUFI
freely and frankly, telling u all year
rubles. We will send Free Advice (
plat, seled.enveope). Address: La-
' Advisory Dept.,TheChattanooC
aIdldne Co., Chattanooga, Tena.


"EVRTIRHING BUT DEATB
I sfered," writes Virginia Robetn,
of Easton, Md., "until I took CardUa
which cured me so quicldy it surpdre
my doctor, who didn't know I was
takl it."


CLYDE LINE


FQTJR7 SAILING-S EAOII WE~EJ


..... v.. ......- ....... ... wge. ruor sale Uy all uruggists. I-,ETWEEN
ville-Next Meeting in Palatka. -- J acksonville and New York,

which met in Oaila on Thursday, ad- The Atlantic Coast Line, to give ev-
journed on Monday at 12 o'clock. All cry one an opportunity to visit their The Finest BSteumshiB in the Coatwiset Service
the reports showed gratifying progress homra and friends, will sell tickets so. The tClyde New' E laid and ioutheri Lilbt
throughout the State. We give below cocot of the Christmas holidays be-Direct Service Betwe JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
some of the appointments of the tween all points at one and one-third PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Jalneaville Distriot: fares plus twenty-five (26) cents for Calling at Charleston both ways.
F. R. Bridges, presiding elder, the round trip. Tbhoe tickets will be
Oalnesville-T. J. Nixon. on sale December 21., 23d, 24th, 25'h, SB3ZM.1A-IV W :KZA5 S.A ILIA T S
Alachua-W. B. Trea. Both, 81t and January t, final limit southbound .................. ..... .....From Lewis' Wharf, Bto
High Sprioe-M. H. OTrtland. of same January 4th. Northbound................ From Foot of Catherine at.. Jacksonville
Starke and Waldo-C. W. White. For students and teachers these same Clvde St. Johns River Line
Merose--T H., Histrunk. rates will apply with the exception
O.als-L. W. Moore. that they will be on sale December Betwen JAkCK0roNVIlLLK and SANaiOxD
Umatilla-A. H. Cole. 17th to24th, inclusive. These tickets S'Dpping as Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Bereaford (DeLand).and Inteirmwdlat
Leveburg-T. W. Moore. will only be sold to students upon pre. Landings on 8S. Johns River; commencing Wednesday, November 15, 1905,
Cotton 'lant Circult-W. A. Wier. I sentation of a eertifleap, signed by the EA.NIERS
Citra-(. 8. York. principals and presidents of the vari- 'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY'
Mieanopy-E A (ray. ous institutions. Are appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, daily except Satur.
Williston- A. 1I Do)lgr. All of those who have daughters, days,. at 8:80 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford, daily ex~-ept Sundays,. at 9:80a. m.
k(ohelle Circuit-J. N. Collier. coming here Christmas should call on- -
Bronson Cireuit--R, M. Williams. Atlantic Coast Line agents or write ndowE. RCHED .'. Noribuun
Rev. W. J Carpenter returns to Frank C. Boylston, District Passenger Leave 8:80 pm..................Jacksonville.. .........Arrive 2:00 a
Hyde Park. Tampa, and Rev. B K. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. 45 pm ... ......... .....Palat .........Leave 8 0 pm
Thrower is appooed Sunday school -am ........... ...... Astr.... ........... 8:80 p
agent for the conference. Attention. K. of P. ...............Bertford (DeLand) ................. .00 p
The followinti six delegates were The regular weekly meeting of Mt. ArriveH:80iam.......... ........ Sanford ................... 9:380am
elected to the General Conference Vernon Lodge No. 20. Knighteof Pyth- 10:00am. -... ....... Enterprise.... .... 10.00am
which meets in Birmingham, Ala., ias. will be held this evening at 7:80 OENERAL PABS. AND TICKET OFFICE. I2t W. BAY ST.. JACKbONVILLI
next May: Clerical Delegates-L. W. n'elook. Work in rank of Esquire. r. IxONMOwN(aR.JI .Aat.Gon. PaN At., it Wet ia si.JWckaoBvuie, a.
Moore, J P. Hilburn and T. J. Nixon. Visiting brothers will receive a our. r-.0ootr of1 Eo mubsiAie C et. Jes.::e. if1 LO V LLUi.
Lay l elegastes-Dr. 0. P. Olover, W. dial welcome. By order of Chancel. A c HAUZrT"0Y ls.'a s.s*..New Yoru cLItMll .rGenrM.Ai..NewsOrt
%M IHewell and J. W. Knight. lor Commander. TH nerala MlI r, U ener LAeu00..
The next session of the Florida C(on- J. A. RosTarsoN. K. of R. & S. C' bsrafiis tw~te.toaii.isestre**s. w Yort
ferenooe will be held in Palatka. .. .. . ....
-. Remarkable Cure.
MONDAY'S COLD SNAP. I wa. mitchafflieted withsciaties." Take The Atlantic C oast L ine
write Ed C. Nod. lowaville. Sedgwick
There Was a Good Frost, but No Dam- Co, Kan goingg about on crutches FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
age to Vegetation Feared. ,aid snfering a deal of pain I was I VA
The first frost of .onseouenies of the i,,,liped to try Ballard's Snow Linl. Lel L D p .o 1 v.,
season alpearcd Mutday morning, andi meat, which relieved me. I ued or or as eker
in m s'om' io eonseiof the. ity ice was 1. three "I, bstles. It Is the greatest J Js'uaaue JaceksomfiU LUU o Jsatewr
ported Fxperieneed truckers, how- liolment I ever ad. Have resom-
ever. anticiliate ,n damage to vreeta. i Imended it to a number of persoti. Rapid Transit and Unsurpahsed Service
tion, but to the. reverse feel that the All express* 4hemselves as being bane. Tlim Table in effeet April 16, 1905.
oll will benefit the lettuc.- erop. havy tied by it I now walk without Depart ror OGAINESVILLE ArrivewFro
ing a tendency to make the plant head eritehrs, able to per.rm a great deal ---. - .
more quickly and firmly of light labor on the ha 2e. Oe :Op m High prts andl Inter- 8:0a
The bean shipments are not to heavy and $II. Sold by W. N. Johason. DDly mtdi te PoDntl
as formerly from n sorti ,etioni. but .-1----- pmp Othla. Leeburg aod Tampa. and-8: 4p a
leittuce and peas are moving lively. Seaboard Pwtor Cars. Daily Intermediate Poains
T0 aC- e The Seaboard Air Use operate* buf- -a J ---o --------
To Cure a Coldl n One Day ft parlor ears between Waldo and 1:8pm PalaSka. Jacksonville. spM
Iake I.%XCATIV'K BROMO Qu iiine Tampa am train leaving Waldo that Dail- ___ortnh. .at Mad a- West ___Dal
aba'.s lIruggiet. refund money i it conneets with the morlate trsia fro' 124llp Hiaigh priage. Wayeros. varnah. -Brunwiek, i pm
fails to cure K. W (irove's s*inastkre oaseeville. Daly ] Albany. Atlasta all Points North. ast W esi
s ion rach box. S.. --- --aily
-Dr- Ff oe aIt0o1- by iCt eeq T 6 Oeelle, 1eazupy ab atra 0*
City Directorv For BasIe. Be sure sad o ta *id amd well- Daily Roahlle. Meanopy and Citra *# au
We have a number of oopiO of tred remed. Mrs. W stew's eoth-1 D


Ituris' kitty IDbimor l fIr vale as The tag Syrup. for MjdvM Webiag. It
SS t ol It o a& hadg rrfoiva", solbe the eild. s She I qv ,
Ntl for bwaOsae and Juoifeso" al ~ &U Ms. cum rWW m slls m is
M--11, Alvng the %am**. @355s. oW um ma& twdbpforda Tme,.
wi b stroo l m sobot. Prise. 6. %IJcu oesaw a VS

Imo m


Do Please

Your Hair


It mhtleae ath tee* a go7 bamr.
Pikes, isby giwlg it a wd b -bsd-.-
Ayers 1* V#ir. The mL
"n 6- U&headt ==ns
.d a do$% db d
opgw*. "I -,,0,


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D I Mk I Higb springs DmIuy

Mleage Tqs- N, owdover 18.0)m Wim adso m Se prib
elps~~~~~e r5I Srk aeam

Lime- ain Use andoteaRl',
moti sonl as
J. A. OODWIWN. Tickt Ap po. meg g


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*FLQIUDA, jb]CEBER ft;, 140


RUGS!


RUGS!


PUGS


Important


Announcement


- of Our FLOOR COVERING and RUG


SALE.


Nothing


Like


The REDUCED PRICES


That


Today have ever before been announced juit prior to Christmas by ANY HOUSE---ANYWHERE.


We Begin


It' tV P'I,( N1ldbe


made to tell a Merchandise Story-A REAL BARGAIN STORY--as strongly a.s this one deserves to lI tl ist storee


would not be large enough to admit the ent husiastic throng that would c mme. As it is,


There's


Bound


to Be Swift


Selling.


.. a R Hi


.A..


s


S .


In announcing


this most extraordinary sale a


)proper appreciation of tlhe ficts


may be gained-and a


great deal of confusion avoided-by the mention of a few important facts.


FIRST: The Gainasrille Furniture Conqxmiy ) (qes not have a ,sol/v ,I'ery week, or month. In tIis stablisho,i'ut, w'hi,'re, I h/iqhest, rtl'des
and lowest prices rul fhe 'th hol, yer a SA ILE has a si/gnificancce thal t ,if Is not hare in lny! ot',r stlr irn lthe rcily.
Not one article was made up for this sale, or for the purpose of l,'ng sold for one penny ltes tlhanl regular retail pric., ua is usually
the custom in extensively advertised sales. Neither have we any old (stock to work off at "closing out salee" 'Tlih facts pre: We over.estti
,mated the demand and bought heavily. The result: We are litArallyv over I with Rug-, ot all ( hscriptionis, all nelw land olcgant I)attern.
We find that we cannot po-sihlv diupos of over one.half the stock to our regular tra ',, and, 'rathlcr tihain i'arry th11nm over to another season,
WE SHALL OFFER THEM AT ABOUT COST.


We


Have


Inauguarated This


Sale For Two


Reasons:


To reduce our stock, and to induce every lady
ceptional fine values in Home Furnishings and Holii
in beautiful floor coverings, and by reducing the pri
that we will accomplish our aim. And now o rr uw're-r,,,


in the town %ind cIounty to visit ouir store and soBe the ex-
lay Gifts that we are ollfring. Every ldy i is interested
( of tlihat in which they are the most interest(edl, we feel
xs arc openly tind inarr bis l'i r IHI'ein il Ijout / Iu' t i,,f 'lrls.


The Pfaterns Are Bright-.The Designs New.


An early call will assure complete stock to select from.
Pattern, Design and Quality can only be judged by sight A
is an opportunity to show you what we have. The rtst com


'We have too many Bargains to enumerate themi. We i liqotA; i, price:, for
I .::y. No Disappointments---We Do What We Say.


and "ouivi etrly. IB ola --t. I at t Oil,- le
Look for the R ED LETTER will I. Iaid i&,'iiI* for Holiday IEolivo.ry.


GAINESVILLE


FURNITURE


CO.,


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.


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2, 1905


DAILYV


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?a' IL a McCSMAjl .';. Editor arnd P>jt'Ni'pr.
r. W. A5m LT..... ...... Aoatire Edl,tr.
.M A L. I.....M... ... o. Cityv ltn .
L IS' t B.Y. l;enil Trurrit .Airent.
,.M ..... Surt. ConPinjr Ro4).
O rM CE: I'ORTER IILt K.
,- M aI I 4 streetS. S. TELLPHo.~B4 *
B- SAILY SltUN, publiehetd very morning ex.
'lmday,- delivered Iy carrier in the city, or
i. JMll d to any part of the I nitd StateI, postage
i',rIf,~f orglSa year: I..5 six motithsl; do' ; cy1" ctnt% for f:.e wcck-triclly in

re ding notlcen in l lul column to cents a lie
k.brft insertion. and 5 cuts for each additional
. h:nrtion.
Rates for display advertising made known on
application.
The Twice4-Wert Sun l an eight-page, forty.
i*tumn paper, publihed every Monday and
Thursday, and contains all the news of the
week, loal, State sad general, and will be
Maied, postage free, to any part of the UInited
S tate or Canada, for t1.oo tyear-in advance.
ALO adrtin l bills become due after first
aearm*ee of advertisement, unless otherwise
| lIIeatWd in contract. Parties not known to us
@ lS be required to pay fur advertising iaad-
S W Address, T1E uDAILYv UN,
GAIJBIVILLS., PFL.


Onba has raised the quarantine
S. agaprit all Southern States ports.

The railroad rate bill and the canal
a re the people's measures before Coi-
gres _-._
The Polish railway employes are
tsleking to their work until the Rue.
lass strike.
S general Elllott of the marine corps
S ags that more men are wanted. Let
hi L 1 "tell It to the marines."

The.President wanted $16,000.000 for
th Panama canal. He got eleven,
whllh Is sometimes considered good.

Alebas avenue is one of the most
pcpolar theronghfares in the olty. It
sbould be put In flrt.elass condition.

The merry Chrlatmas time is not
S lt.l two week off and Sunday wee a
t' p rel automa day. Nothing like
Fl rMla weather.

S The O ar' soldiers had better hurry
S p before the people get well armed,
as they will not eojoy firing on them
so well when the volleys are returned.


S Ing o slow that MeClrllan will be
good for the fnll term If Hearst should
S happen to get a majority at the Alibh.

The battleship Idaho has been sue-
eseeetlly launched at Philadelphia.
S She was christened by the 18-year-old
daughter of governorr Gooding of
Idaho.

The settlement of tence lines on
some of the street of the oily should
be settled on that property owners may
know where their sidJwalks should be
placed
: The Al.alarchi'ila Times in Its new
form fills the bill The Timnes is as
carefully relitted as ay paper in the
State.aind direrves the'li harty iupporl
it is rpeevi0ih.
Judging from somte tf the vegetable
growth in thip coemty we) hare enough
good land in Alarllthla otmy to raise a
S lMnelent ouarnltiy lto *sut thi State
and the quality to tirtl-ela-..


'.4


WOO


GROWING AND HEALTHY.
And still we are growing. You ean
look about the city tf Gasineville Is
many direcetono and se pilte of lons-
her and brick that are on the ground
awaiting the carpenter sad' brietlma
onn to fashionn the Im. Iulp. residenees.
Notrwihtlandinfi the 'btuy snmmer
Just p'r., thereI I)is a,. boudr d or
inr residences erected .d here seems
to h. a lack of accommodations for
those that are here, and those who
contemplate locating In our beautiful
city.
And when we say "beautiful city"
we mean every word of it, and it is
h-autiful in more senses than many
aho are residents actually reallse.
The beauty of the homes here to be
found Is noticeable. They are very
numerous, and it seems that in many
lptnc.e the people vie with each
other in the constructioo of thee
homes. And they are not only to be
admired for their beautiful ooutid, ap-
pearanee. bat manr of them have on
the interior all the comforts and con-
rvnicneiPs you will fnd in any home
in the land.
But one other fact that makes our
eity beautiful to those who hate not
been able to entirely enjoy the pleas.
urea of this life, Is its health Many
people whohvre arisen from beds of
sicknesp, where they have been dmin-
istered ko by friends in the 6'pe that
they might recover, have come to
(ainesville almost literally no their
beds, and in a short time thrown their
medicines to the dolt, arisen from
their bedf and have been restored to
health through the healing Influence
of ear excellent olimate and pure
waters, which many declare have re-
markable restorative properties.
These facts sound like faney tales
and many will say it Is only a little
gush, bot we have the documents to
prove the health part of our etry as
well as the residenes. If any desire
proof it ean be furnished.
Yet there are those who are so cred-
alooe as to say that these statements
are only proven in a few instance In
regard to health, yet we have many
who are now resident of Florida whose
names would be on tombstones but for
the health-givion climate that here
abounds.
If you doubt the statements come to
the land of health, unshbine and proe-
parity and see for yourself.
-


The bill for the creation of a parcel
poet is one that will esoes a severe
fight if It ever gets out of the commit-
tee. There are immense interests ar
rayed both for and against it. As the
ease stands, the Uuitd States is the
only one of the great eivllilsd powers
that has not a pareel post and even the
United State# has a convention of that
sort with some foreign countries. For
nlstaoee, Mexco sad (treat Britain had
a parcel poet that carried goods to New
York, though we have no reciprocal ar-
rangement. The nndertakial would
not mean a great add tonal expense to
the postufoce department, hat it would
work more or ee of a revolution in do-
mesti trade and it will WI pushed by
the big storre in the big towns and
fought by the small retailers all over
the country, for it tends to sneourags
the mail order busioess at the expense
of the small store keeper.

The roses in many gardens about the
city are beautiful beyond comparison.
Many varieties are Ia full bloom, *ome
of them ein g large and full of fre-
grancw. We arcurod a bouquet of half
a dosen varieties, which would have
sold any place in the North for I., and
were surprtscd when told the pric--
fire eents-hy the woman who told
them. They were a bargain as ten
timers five ratS.


Mrs. Hotnerr w as O.-*ol tt. gal. A great many people travel from
low as she was cru.el tin' h.r hlrhbantd the Middle WeIt-&)hio. Ildiaiasand
on the river bank. I
oa the ver bank. rp 'ausel th"I Mhigas-to the Snuthweat by wag o
death of both of th.m, althiei>r o t ii order to get their household goods
anaethetic werre used in her *a.. through, perhtape. I quicker time thai
they ea by rail.
Nearly every city of any *Ia ,, n t, i.-
S&Ite has alti tlteiligetnee toffiev a .- e'r Tre
enragers can flid informal on r. gar.n
bg house and rooms to )rrt. at We ofer One HtNaded Ililars re.
where good tuKrd Oen he l (tanl i ward for my ease of eatarrb that can.
InLk a plaee *ouki be a glod I lle not be eaemd b Hal'a Oktarrh Care.
IrQBIwOeeille. o rsotto0ur wtld, uot r. J. Caura A Co., Toedo, O.
h tt1ro4t all over the city to ftid a We. the e eer d. have knnwn r.
So a f J oL'ha foery to h # ast ISyeana. ad be.
Sllvere him perfetly hso oble in all
Tho is) 80 yars old ad one .f the buse so treat k ut m I NaeWasially
tes- hIS la the SIatI The reCont ble to eart oat omhisutee sM*de
"mi dM nO teedit them with a *by hallrm.
-- a a the Dwn WasUaus, KJas A MasUa.
l p- -a es papers. th thought Wao- tgJs. T0e.o.. 0
they we l l"e to. But that a He14.C,0 Oo d3n l akabe. 1410.
ilty explmalm they tasiekh a iol Bally, aletg 4tee ap the la--
ShansteM I-p-- emn o them al. *d4 mesw' "smet o I, .
MMl hIiltXX people *mtrt Ns
1 de ts o ite
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e6i- we pass this way but
onea ad let remember the Obriet
mil tes ai try to make some one
happy om te glad ocession. It I nnt
neeeaily to. bay a oetly Iift to send
to your abeet fri( nds. The Twlee-a-
Week BO on ly eost one dollar for a
year, aSd as a gift to the absent one
there le aoshin he: ter, as it will re-
mind them hat they are not forgot-
ten.


TroLingl interests, which have here-
tofore been isalely an experiment, are
being recognised as one of oar great-
eat reouree, which will over give our
ooonty more stability in the future and
insure invetors good dividends on
their lavestmuets-Dade City Demo.
rast.

John A. Graham, who has lately re-
trned from a trip to Japan, Is deliver-
ing leaetree to sth people of Manatee.
county on the life and outome of the
people of the East, which are said to
be vy oiateresting.

St. Peterebarg's mayor objeet to
paving some of the streets with vitri.
fled brick, believing that marl or
macadam will answer.

Prospeity has at last track Fort
Myers, three blrtha in two days being
repod. ___

Floral City will have some of her
prinolpal street maeadamised.


"Finest on Earth"

That Is What a Former Sufferer Says
of the Celebrated G. F. P. (Gerstle's
Female Panacea.)
V!


Whenever a woman neglects what
are apparently triflio female disor-
ders, ahe is trif3io with her health,
and perhaps her life. Many who are
ashamed to stand a phystlian's exam-
loatlons allow their troubles to go from
bad to wore until they are chronically
afflicted. G. F. P. ((erstle's Female
Panseea) laa guaranteed cure for all
soeh conditions, saving you the ember.
raIsioR ordeal, and the excessive ex-
peon of medial treatment. It is the
only female remedy on the market
guaranteed to benefit you, with a
money.back guarantee. It cures all
female irregularitles, pail in the baek
and head, irregular menstruation, fall.
nlg of the womb. whites, inflammation,
ete. It haaoeured thoueandr. it is cour
ing hundreds now, and will cure you.
Try it onee. You have everything to
gain, nothing to lose.
Mr. W. A. Oharles of White Home,
Tenn .sae:i "0. F. P. (Uerstle's Fe.
male Panaea) is beyond doubt THE
FINEs~ FEMALE PREPARATION
ON EARTH! I highly recommend it
to all whu uffer from the afflictions
peculiar to women."
Sold under a money-bak guarantee
by all drufigalu n $1.00 bottler.




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The new laative. Does
not gripe or nauseate.
Curea stomach and liver
troubles and chronic coon-
tiptiooo by restoring the
natural action of the tom-
echk liver and bowels.
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DO NOT DELAY
U A the dra n your systn produces permanent dmsbility. Th*
B6rr machinery i a wonderful system of tubes and ceUll. To have
health niost be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no
Iooe yel ift was known by Ie proper name of "throat InflamW
*orSBi-Mlea of the lungs" Its dangerous character would be
tidW a a oold makes It appearance use at once BalUlar'
f r r which will speedy overcome it.
WNOOP~O COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW
LUNI WNT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful reli,
dltsIf Horehound Frup will rapidly o the olentprom
eotrhMIt T I 8 THE ONLY COUH EMEDY THAT
POSlIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUOH AND CROUP.
BEST FOR CHILDREN
M ra I Adam. Ooldthwat1Tex., wrttes:-"I have used Ballard'
BnLSyrup and fAd it the BST medolae forcroup. coughs
Uadnae It i se pa l s a tso ake and quioklwy owe
SA AmmD Sm tEz Thre Si a 25c, So0c, mo
Tmhew aa e'sawvert eseed zI Werr Deathjle ea
JalArd Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis, Hoe.

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PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt

KXflISM P IVAIU. Bulk 4edit-Ju Pree-ot prqa.
Full Qt. 4Q%& Is Qt&$1.-W Per Gallon:
RHlustin Club Jte ....... N O 0 0 7 (11 Rye. la. Corm oow Cnd.
Neloe county Rye. 1 7) $100 Per Galloa
Morsocfels fs..........a I. me RYe. Rye, n. Con. RamD. Pl e qun t.
11 7 a6Soo OWk Re.tIn.Corn. Rumn. bmfortbenas
Bo64 161161 MO ... 4 50 1 M) I I OL, $A (- Per GriwM:
malt Whisky ... . ... 3 3t 6 0 toW: Rye e PCh and Applek idy. Kfetw-
Peac brady 376 go 4 v ied by age
eckkaay........34 01 Per Gallom:
Apt. sad" Hr ..3 371 10 6 w Victoria Itie. buwh Drosia Re MetJel)
saouamaut....... I so 4a Qualltj.
tiemevao Gls .. - 1 00 9k) L.EXdl' ST .UUISS IEER e
N.,h Caroafte Corn 24 I 4 Oc 700Faatam liter ..m
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MOST'IMPORTANT EVENTS

in "The and of Flowers."
leinag "Boled Down" to Sdit the
Reader-Itema of Interest to
Classes.
warm fght is soon to be on against
West Palm Beach drainage oper-
a.
S"blind tiger" outit was featured
l Dade City a few days ago. One
got away.
SdeOity will have its municipal
lion on January 8th and the candi-
are beginning so get into line.
report from Beulah to The Pensa*
Journal says that the ground in
% section has been frozen an inch

West Palm Beach is having trouble
tk its electric plant, and those de-
eat on it have been much an*
d.
the members of the Methodist and
ptist Sunday schools in Seffner will
ve a Christmas tree in the Baptist
ureh.
A rattlesnake measuring nearly
en feet in length was killed near
snueolI on Thursday last. It had 14
miles and a button.
The ntial of Samuel and Hop Wilder
the moder of Oscar Brannen. near
ant City, will be opened in Plant
ty on December 14th.
Habern MaoWilliams was convicted
robbing W. B. Cason n a Tampao
thel aunientenced to ive years at
labor. Four others were present.
with flve-year terms by Jodge Gor-
don on Satorday.
'1i. Petersburg elaims to have one of
tk. best public schools in South Flor-
hd, or in say portion of the State.
The H. Tomlinson Training School
sad Annex ba been sold to the city
for $10,000, a fourth of its value.
Oapt. Walter Smith, who shot Game
Sarden Bradley at Oape Sable lrst
l4smer, has been released, the grand
gs ast Key Wst, after doe consider-
eilse sad on the testimony of Smith's
Mleass, elaiminghe shot Bradley in
lf-defenoe, the latter ring first shot.
Floyd Green of Pine Level, near Ar.
slll, was getting ready last Wodneo.
y to go rabbit huntlg with a party,
th-e his lon was accidentally dis.
hbargld, the contents strialng Miss
May Myers in the head, killing her in.
talaly. She was 17 years old and a
a of young Ureco, who is but 11
old.
bTe naval stores plant, including the
rpatlnoe still and seeesoriee there.
et vage & Co. of Cretrview, were
raed ne*y Thunrday morning. Con*
gem and serape was o the
nd this was aleo lost with
80 barrel of rosan, whleh wu
the ohed. All the splrilu of tor.
was laved. When the fire wae
observed everythbln was on
lfrm the gom platform to cooper
whloh gives rie to the belief
he filre was of Ineendiary origin.
rvage will rebuild as early ua

Failed.
Sort have failed to fld a bet-
wremedy ft mogha, eolds sad lang
sMha Foley'. Hoeey and Tar.
the emLag. healo the la asad
sowe usealte from a eeld.
P. Pastes. Nlashe, Ioa., writes:
S laIte eriabd4 eadM o* my
ist aluest es* Salf a dowth
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ONE Slm SORE

Covered With and Scabs
From He to Foot- Doctors and
An Other RAmedies Fail-Skin
Now Smooth ond Clear.

ANOTHER WONDERFUL
CURE BY CUTICURA

Writing nadg date of Sept. 7, 1904,
Mrs. Mattie Shafer, of Cumberland,
WMias., say: "Some time ago I or-
dered and received your wonderful
Cuticura Remedies, which I used on
my little afflicted bab with wonder.
fl results. I had tried many other
remedies witbot any benefit what.
ever, andl Cutacra came to the rescue
when my doEors ad all other rem-
edies had failed. One doctor pro-
nounced it scrofula, the other eczema.
The little one was one solid sore, with
scales and scabs from head to foot,
when I started using Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. The result was won-
derful, and now my baby's face and
body are Ismooth and clear."
(Signed) Mrs. Mattic Shaffer.

THE DUTYOF MOTHERS
At the First Sgn of Disfiguring
Humors Is to Ue Cuticura.
Very child born Into the world
with an inherited tendency to tortur-
Ing, disfiguring humors of the Skin
and Scalp, becomes an object of the
most tender olicitude, not only be-
cause of its suffering, but because of
the dreadful fear that the diafiguration
is to be lifelong and mar its future
happiness and prosperity. Hence it
becomes the duty of mothers of such
afflicted children to acquaint them-
selves with the best, the purest, and
most effective treatment available,
viz.: the Cuticura Treatment, consist-
tg of warm baths with Cuticura Soap,
and gentle anointing with Cuticura
Ointment, the reat Skin Cure. Cures
made in childhood are speedy, per-
manent, and economical.
Cicrtnm o *Mk ITMl' r qit, *M(loc
rt ra erne Ime r .o a.4 ,M m te a.
er ;worl& I 1*" z4ai' Naow
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LOSING OUT SALE.
Morris-Phlfer Company Offering Big
Bargains for Ten Days.
The Morris-Pnifer Company have a
page advertisement na this iue, an
which announcement is ieade that, be.
gninngl Wednesday, Decemeer 18, and
eoetinoing for ten days, the entire
stock, consisting of men's, boys' aid
child ren's suits, hate and shoes, ladies'
jackets, capes. etc will be iold hy the
American Salva0h Company at prices
so ridiculous tha t i s almost impoesi.
ble to believe-but the goods are there,
sobjeet to inspection, and they will be
found in quality as well as price a bar-
gain.
A new feature of this sale, is the offer
of the firm to pay rsilroed fare of all
customers purhalsing $30 or more,
within a radius of 11ty miles.

Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Soam. weeks ago during tifl severe
winter weather both my wife and my
self contrattd severe eolds which
speedily developed into the worst klad
of la gripped with all il mlserable symp*
lome." says Mr. J 8. Egleston of
Maple Landing. lowa. *"Knoe and
Joint aching. mules sore. head
stopped up, yrs and nose reelng. with
alternate spells of chills and fevr. We
brgan using t('amberlae's Cough
RJ.medy. aiding the *ome with a dose
of Chamberlaill's 8:omae saad Liver
Tablets. and by its liberal uae soot
completely knocked out the grp."
Thee table. prr'mnte a bealthy setio
of she bowels, lIver and kidney whiek
s arlway beseials when the *ytem le
egtegsed bty aold nr asweek of the
gip Few aale by all drmgllsts.


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Moo de4f Prtdl ayItorum while
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December SeaatwssW a the Lightest
Held for s0 aral Months.
T (aineav4dk, De'<*nt .r 5, 1906.
The Baird of CuuILy tniumiit
pioners met in rfelor Ais iion tl'hinay
Pres*ent: John D Mpie.r, -Hrvnn n;
1.1. 0G Osten, 0. pedtrik,. F I'. P'aul.
1 ling and J. F'. Towaei d
Upon motion the mlnntt ,f lat
meeting was approved wvitho t retad-
ing.
The following blis er. ordered
paid:
S. H. Wiengee, lerk nrI .uiliitor,
W40; W. NI Torlay, llard,. e';: Mo***
Sh-rman, Janitor, t$9; S ,-11 -rl ll l
Telephone ComnBpay, ser\ ie, $7; ,lEat
Florida Telephone Oom iny, -,,r'*ou,
$2; S. H Wisange, etaIn; ~. Ct o,;
8. H. Wionges, reMorditv tax advr.
tisements and tax Iale, $'2 75; M3. S.
Cheves, supervisor of reat!t'ratiion,
$60; Walker, Evans d Co .e-'l, mort-
IRge book, $16; Moses 'le dries for poor farm. :1i>, .1,
Fle cher, are of peuis,. $i:B t.; 11
H. MeCreary, poblinsihg Ib., for road
overevers, etca, $16; W. 1)I 1> ckinvn,
collector, commisiloss, $It 7; ; (tism r-
Ville (la and Eleetrie Power C iiipany,
service. $9.88; 8. A. Pewell t ing look
on court house, $11 T. I.. lIot!wate,
wood, $4; J. H. Oellon, t'rf.'fional
services at jail. $2; F. A. It mx. flying
pipe, $4 ; (. 8. Merchant A t'o snll.
dries for jail, $601; BairdI hardware
Co., sundrles for O6rt house, $4 60;
S. J. Thomas Co., sondri-,. for court
house, $5 40; W. H. Rob rt.on, ireat.
urcr, oommiatlon, $1(11 ; W. W.
Colon, assessor, balanev on comnmis-
lions on taI roll of 1904, $#14 t6; costs
incurred in Inqueat of Suminers Limang
ford, $18 40; rcadesld bridges, $291.87;
Miss H. F. Pepper, stenographer, $5;
J. C. MeGraw, eourt blfllf, $1260; L.
W Fennell, exeeouttng vnire, horoe
hire for depotles, guard., ete $214 1t;
Miss Lois Halle, steoographer, $85; C.
R. Laytoa, taklog testimony in ease
State vs. Robs. Cook, 51; I.. W. Fen.
nell. feeding prisoners for November,
$287.90; J. O. O0tas. road hands for
December, $10; J. F. Townsend. road
hands, $0; O. e.Pdrick. for road
hands, $100. Commin ioers' salaries
and mileage for quarter ending I*e.
member 6th as follows: J. ( Dampler.
$24; J. G. Ostesa, $64; C. C. Pedrick,
$14; F. F. Paullial, $34; J. F. Town.
send, $29.
Ordered:
Thai J. G. Damnier haring In his


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poeonloo $10 which wa appropriated Dutton A Co., BA
for payment of road hands, be Is here- I
by imetroeted to turn over said amount
So C. C. Pedrick, which being done Is
hereby ordered.
No further buss:. ss. the board ad-
jnurned. hBSTH4CT &
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A FACT PROVEN. E.E.V(
Sasli Ce. t eciv th eIk et Ihp- Abetriss of Title and full tMaorn
aesJ0111s11 a wob. nUnty. (()up manalgerhbull
If thert Io tb 91' vteAt 4otibt In the is thoroughly mu
inrds of ay that h!"druMf eIns wdo nt -
Woot, Iholr belief I. ca"pellby hy tho
faee that a rabbit5r- lioeabte With tie'
germs became abld weekses i' Ilona,
It must be app.?. nt to bay ponn
therefore that the nly prevention ,f JR3R Z AMIDI(T, HITi(lLARYA
beasen M tIIts dr .r 'tl of the sr- leasing a Gonster of prowin.
wWift act m pw'e' fully afompflnb*d IY.AL KRATr
In 0o" hudd rC enrt.1 'fa e by
Me aplieaA loxs w nI H\ vb. *. If erpic Ide
Deoaruff M ralso- byl tdsame eorm
WWIIb ease" bldn-qMW sto bo a be -
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AmWpt n6 schel'twt. Tisetrv4 the
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The Kind You Have AlwayE Bought, Mad which has ibeen
in use ifr over 30 years, has borne Ohe rsignture of
Sand has been made under his pr-
Lonal supervision slnCe Its inflany.
Allow no one todeolve you in this.
All Counterfelts, Iittltatniotn and *"JtI.a-ollood *are but
Experiments that trltl with and endanger the health of
Inlhats and Children-Experlence aiainslt Experiment

What is CASTORIA
Caator Is a harmless substitute (lor Castor Oil, Pa
gode, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is l4lenasnt. It
contaDls neither Oplum, Morphine nor oilir Narcotle
SbtaA e. Its age is It guarantee. It .i<- ir. WormIn
an allay s Pverishnes. It courts l)itarri, .t .. \Witd
Col1c. It relievos Teething Troubles, cis < it (ipatilplonu
and FlatP ency. It alaminalates the F'ooIl, rtcgilitles tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aintl uslitural loop.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

OENUINK CASTORIA ALWAYS

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The question Rndr. relrnhl ..* rvi.rs t f e, t vry sert alg sthe* lire of
of Title the Iamid itil in the ?State of Floriild, partiularl
Aladhisa Onunty.
first enneid.
IPEC(IALTIENt Abttrath of TitllT Tax male heIarh a
era:on f or Apgte f~r N*ee.Krident land Owneral I'latl of Co lid,
the investor. Toewee Etc.
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Three Hudred Were Moved to Spor
tanque Confession and Pledges t
L'v NJght-Extraordinary Scene ii
1' the Newark Theater.
TM Newark (N. J.) Evening New
of Deent date contains a full column
write-up of the meeting held for men
al t the Newark theater, and which i
S describes as graphic in every detail.
The Neas states that 1,800 men at
tended this meeting.
The Omnipotent was pictured wilt
Such awful force that hundreds whb
S sat literally quaking in their seat
through an arraignment of sinneri
lasting forty minutes, needed nc
urging to bring them to their feet in I
confession of Chrlst, when the time
had arrived for that demonstration.
With the setting, the brilliantly
lighled playhouse, the stare and seen.
~: ry, and the tiers upon tiers of anxious,
e zpe ptant faces, it wa a light mack.
lag so strongly of the theatrical in the
eyes of the comparatively few not asuf
Silently electrified with the very at-
anmophere of the place to*be past the
nodoloingof mere surroundings, as to
make the sene appear a part of a
drama magnifloeutly aeted upoa a
mammoth stage.
When the end eame, not needing the
,. Invitation of the speaker, hundreds
S ruhed from the galleries to the main
floor to take him by the hand, so that
there was seeh a pren of people from
the platform extending out to the eo.
ranee and into the street that had
s there been women and children among
them they would have been trampled
down. Theone thought was to grap
the evangelist by the hand. He
jumpedd from the stage Into the center
s. taloe and there was moved along| ooh
S by nch on the top of a chair, his figure
towering waist high above the erowd.
i Hands were raised bhih In the air and
towards the speaker from all parts of
S the boosn and every eye was upon him.
1tsteoMed almost u if every person
within the four walls wqs hypnotiled.
C llala eneoujseleat frms to one
quarter and then to another, this re-
-' markable man hai all under perfect
;oatrol. It was wonderful to *se the
e*presion of poetive relief that came
over the optorbed faots a.after shak.
a' the minister's hied, the men
passed on. As they passed out they
signed cards willingly giving their
n me i and addresses, and many who
could not get near Dr. Strouse because
of the lprl, ss l |iople. promised to
.. *sciid their iaa',, to litn upon postal
car,'s at the Conttinental
From start to fHnih the mnretinn was
halnler ilu a nmasterly fashion It ap.
pamrntiy typified the high-water of at*
taiInnirtt ito the conductitil of vf.
ftct v. revival work In the op*iit,K
talk thornwrr paroeuted allied facts
Shneh dt, health the plan of salvation,
witl ilt aolwl rraults of an %in-
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ties ore Vt Quicyi
In Drilngirn He to
Cheekl of the Pale t
Ia Pr ducting ae ek t
the Feeble and
In Toning ut e Convalew
cents from K
In CleansIne tem.
In Nourlbshl e w e Mte.
In Roundini Out th e Peaked
Faces of
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In Dottl tbciF inepxa w
Color MDMi a meh
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To prove its ku ei W Meai ada
Trial Bottle PreeW Mall
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s godly iff illustrations were
)iven 'with a style which pro.
Slaltued the evangellit an actor of no
common attainment. The aodlence was
allYpterstn Int the extreme, When
the evangelist told of a hor ne re yoo
feltthe keen exltement of the track
ai.d men evrffoeft in their eats as the
animal was pleored raing toward the
speaker, not to win apars, bts toeave
a soul. Agin as an acrobat wae pie-
tured walking tight rope high above
the eity trees she audlenee wa in
breathless suspense s the evan-
gelies walked as iltns ry rope
upon the platform hbis u s *wung
wildly about his head to keep
him from a frightful death upon
the pavement hboadn of. feet
below. When boe rah 'the oth.
er side there was a sglhof relief, so
rNel bt had been b aaing. When all
who would promise to give their life
to God were askd toemrad with one
aeord the body got to ts feit, seare-
ly say remainia| i their seat. The
few who did wer sially persuaded to
rise d I is doeobtal f thore wa a
manto the enti taodiej/,' thbe few
who left the buildg doepted, who
did not in ome visible way during the
afternoon repond to the call of the
leader;
Ooughing ,pell Caused Diath.
"Harry Duokwell, aed 2 years,
choked to death early yesterday morn.
lag at his home In the preeonee uf hie
wife and ohild. He eosrutsed a slight
sold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to Is. Yesterday morning
he was eetsd with a fit of coughing
which eobtlnaed for some time. His
wife sent for a physician, but before
be eould arrive another coqgbiln
spell came on and Doekwell died from
suffocation.-at. Lol.s Globe Demo-
erat. N ember let. 1901." Ballard's
Horehound tJyru. would have saved
him. 265, b0o ad I1. Sold by W. M.
Johnson.
Reunion Florlda Oivision. United Cot-
federate Vetrofns, Jacksonville,
Fla.. December I 14, IS06.
On abeonnt of the above named noe
d bio the Atlasntes oat Line has
named the rate of one ea4 per mile
plus tweatyolve ents with a minimulb
rae of Ifty eats. Tbis rate hs been
authursld Ifro all points in the State
of Florida anId tikete will be od De-
cember 13 and for tralt ohedled to
arrive at Jaetmerille before sona of
Ierember lith. iati limit of street
wrll be Deeombr l th. Slme are re
santesid to eotioa a poowiaM is e*ob
dirvestiH. There l be a large
erowd gouia o e4 1my-ill ea this ae.
easiao, e as s Tr1 a estroem ell low.
l'rtepetio 0aw 1I sMeld Mll
Ariautle Oosal IU1s tor full in.
frmaton o werw ~t'eak Boy slao.
Di,1 tnet Paeonger A49t,JaksouvrilW.


Mill.ona rw Io ,sp d chas after
health, rlBoae esteene of faddieo
to atnotr, we, U they eoai oaly
rat god troo. sd keep their bowele
retloa with iDL. KIag New Lie PJl,
theIr tnbtoe wolM all pas away
Prmptelit and qtle earu for li ts
MA I M i tremble. Me at all drlA

VeYo Mn Kttes by Landellt~.
O(atBwau QL Dec. ll-wl P rt
a whi t a about M yeais od. we
ned Pna te a ludalee at tU hW
woe akat te LsstacerBe at "
T*e beak was mw trwei tme weant
sat whe te al|o bega me5e IWr
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Mrs. L Webeter ha returned
from Ln.sF -e, where she has been on
a vsit to her daughter, Mrs. 0. F.
Merritt. .-
/ Reford hovnie and J. B. Jackono
of Willeford were in the eaty yester-
day on baleses oonnested with the
United States land offlee:
Mns O. M mith and son, Cedrie, of
Central have returned to their home,
after visit the families of 0. J.
Mieon ead C. 0. Pidriek.
"Along the business visitor to
GaiteOville ryeerday was W. N. Den-
bar of'Lwtey, E H. Smith of Tioga
and Deputy Seriff J. Le e Stoke of
loanopry.
Prof. Was. B. Hare, superintendent
of the Iontitute for the Deaf, Dumb
and illod at 8s. Aaoouine, was in the
eity yesterday and made The Sun an
agreable all.
E. H. Tanner of Traverse City,
Mioh., was n the city yesterday. Mr.
Tanner sondgeted an uph61Uterin and
general repair shop at Alaebua for
three year, leaving that town eight
year ago. He has returned, however,
sad will engage in business in A la.

Dr. William Sutherland of High
Spring was among those who favored
GaOlaeslle with a vislt yesterday. Dr.
Sutherland is an enthusiuatle Elk and
says be b workLg on a new "wrinkle"
for initiator eremonlec in Gaines-
vlle lodlg which he asures the
"boys" will be appreciated.
Hon. J. T. sargan of Atlanta, preil-
dent of the Atlanta-Birmingham Ink
oranee company, returned to hib
home Sunday, after a few days spent
as spring Par Farm as a gest of
Manager t. A. Oallison. Mr. Dargan,
like others who visit this famous plaee,
wa well pleased with the farm.
After a etay of ten days an this city
the merry-go-roond erowd have "fold-
ed their tent and qoletly stole away,"
going to Oeala. The merry-go-rouod
is a great delight o the oong folks
and bhe manager of thle mahinoe was
very clever to them. It is needless to
add that they reluctantly bid him
good-bye.
nglineer eorge Estabrook of the
Atlantis OCeat Line, who is making his
headquarten at High Springs, return-
ed to that place yesterday, after a
brief bat p4eaeat vie to hie wife
here. Mr. haabrook owns, a short
distance to hbe weet of the city, one of
the prettest and most fertile farms in
the county, and declares after awhile
be is going to settle down and take life
easpy.


Jamee Van Allen, formerly of New
York City but more recently of Do-
than, Ala., has saepted a position as
manager of the sewing maehine de.
apartment oatthe Gainesville Furniture
Oompaay.. This company has per-
ehased a solid earload of New Home
machine, and will push this depart-
mert vigoruoaly. Mr. and Mrs. Vaa
Allen ar located at 406 W. Orange
aroet, atd are delighted with (eines.
ville so far.


CASTOR IA

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Wants to Open Mere Betlet bame
Now Yor.r D e. II --Applicatioa
to ope I eeteam mere Wllot boee
wre made today by comeel for WI-
lam R. learst. who is contettag the
ew York mayoralty electko with Oeo
t. Mlelian. Judgs J P. Mtover
lined ordl rT to bekl casse why that
mubber of ballot eboxe sh-ult not be
peded. The orders arc r turnable
net Tueday Is 410 apreme court
IJ.y 1 o1 e Wrehafnte' Clucb.
CllseQ- DA 1-,mt
Dey drtv aIn tl t e4ty today to
atted the beaai m t the Mde eatsy
bab tesight .t ere he uad ('neral
ag pN WterW 1 be the gnets t
bwure, QgOel will deliver
t arddie o Te OU aa d o New
Na7vy. at A'A-l Dewey wUl tVeak
s .e. s e.8 04 ~ boe no* t
been aen eis bat wbire tU relate
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And your tomaoh free from Indlge-
lo If you would be happy with your
family and your fellow-wan.
The s re thirn on earth to set a man's sy*-
ter "out of whack" Is beavy. soggy broad,
whlob Is cused by several reason: Frst. the
material ay not be ood; second. the ook-
lacy be poor. 'Ae best Sour l the world
MJ ake the aeavltt bread If Improperly
ded or cooked WXI USE THE BEST
PlOUi ad our "konW sit" Is knowtin bow to
is and bake It. Oar bread does not t any
more tban bome-made. and In many instances
it lk o mueb more palatable.
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Fruit and Truck Grower
L . BRUMBYT, Eter ad Proepr,
OCALA, FLA,
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DR. DUVERE B. MORRIS,

....DENTIST....


Office over Marcus Ende. s. Pbo@7 14ft L
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J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor in Equity
Reil Estate, Convreaneiag ad Osa-
eral Practice. All business prouitly
attended to. Office next door to Bo
office. (JAINrSILas, FLaO&rA.

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GAINISVILLI, FIOrA.

Can sell your city property, (lm-
proved and unimproved), phaphen,
trucking and farming lands. Seed im
a list of what you offer for sale. 141t.

W. E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
S. SOLICITOR JN CHANCERY.. .

GAINESVILLE, Alachoa Co., FLI.
Office in Endel Block.

DR. J. H. ALDERMAN.

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DENTIST.

Office in Mller Law Exebshage
GAIWIVILLS. FLU.

THE WEST END.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS & OIGARS
JOHN MENZIES, Proprietor.
2rM1 W. Bar st. Jacksonoll. Ia.
Faust beer, bottle and daught. Dta*
fail to call on me when in JasckoMevl

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devoted epe ially to the interest of L ouisville, Ky.. Feb. 1, 1 M.
the frit and vegetable growers of H. H. McCrea,
Florida.0 1i'1w Fla.
A peeWial trial subscription of six ia;iontiil, Fla. .
aouthe will be snt oa reeipt of 26 ear ,Sir: Replved the priating
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ent. tm ake it is perfectly satisfactory. I ike the
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your prompt attention in Illll oeder

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SFLORIDA, D EJ1 12 1905


CONt'reb. TO CIoML
by Remoram, H# Asked Police
to Lock Him Up.
S0oon, Ga.. Dee. IL--Driven almost
by the thought that he was a fu.
fom Justice and unable to bear
stratl upon his conscience long-
James Rashing, a Chattanooga
Walked op to a policemuan and
to be locked up for burglary.
was accommodated, and an Inves.
PMt day by Chief Conner shows
t the young man's statement was
e. He said that he and another
g man robbed a saloon in Ciat-
last Tuesday, his share of the
Being $40, part of which he spent
ht coming to Macon.
Young Rushing declared that he had
never been guilty of any crime before,
Sand the thought that he was a fugitive
frem justice was too much for him to
tand. He said he wanted to be pun-
Inhed for what he had done, after
1: which he desired to turn over a new


leaf and begin lite anew.
Torture of a Preacher.
Thestory of the tortnre of Rev O.
Moore, pastor of the Baptist church
Harpenville, N. Y will interest
u. He says: "I suffered agonies,
aose of a persistent cough, result-
I from the grip. I had to sleep sit-
ag up in bed. I tried many rem-
iee without relief notil I took Dr.
log's New Discovery for Comonmp-
Coughs an4 Colds, which entirely
red my oough' and Paved me from
gumption." A grand core for dis-
d conditions of throat aod longs.
t all druggists; prie 650a and 1 00,
oaranteed. Trial bottles free.
Body of Mrs. Rogers Interred.
Hooslck Falls. N. Y., Dec. 11.-The
ody of Mrs. Mary Mabel Rogers, who
ra executed at Windsor, Vt., Friday,
as placed in a vault at St. Mary's
Cemetery here early today, preparatory
Sthe Interment in the presence of the
Ily at 6 o'clock this morning. It
ad been generally supposed that the
ey tould be brought over the RBo-
and Maine railroad to the station
lre last night, and several hundred
persons had gathered at the depot. To
1T ld this crowd, the friends of tie
1baUly asked the railroad officials to
have the train stopped at Hoosick
4ad this was done, the body being re-
Itoved from the baggage car at that
tatIo and taken In charge by the un.
dartaker.


Furious Fighting.
S*'For rvee yearu," writes Oeo. W.
oloman of Harper, Wash., "I had a
swr battle with obroaio stomach and
war trouble, but at laI I won, and
Nof my diseases by the ure of Eleo-
Bitten. I unhesitatingly recom-
ad them to all, and don't intend in
future to be without them in the
ae. They are certainly a wonder.
med ceiq, io have cured such a bad
Sas minee" sold under Iroaran-
to do the pame for you, by all drug.
Sat iA a bottle. Try them ioday.
Officer Killed Negro.
Spartanburg. 8. C., Dec. 11-Chiefof
dlee Lttlefleld. of Orlers. shot aad
an unknown negro Priday whom
SWa trying to arrest on the charge
having illicit whiskey In his poses.
i'a negro opened Are on the or.
a booetang twice, whbo IUtleAeld
his gun and frid twice, kUlliag
Sae instantly. Conaidrble f'
wAS caused by* the klllil
the oDrer is held entirely gultl
fa the matter.
Moruered Man Alive.
Dee. L-A dispatch
1bea res0v1J frro George Tay
tiM the propetor. who was
to bave ben mmlrered t
I td. Sata LAa. Meaxko.
that be is alive sad wa
The Requwisoe of leesty.
A es reqouitel of besety 4i a
Mplekruow Onao Lasatir
Steno a gJw, blesebed
a is simulates the live
sad Jthe eye be-me
sad el). Yee -es so p eer
bto tle i, It ser imm eo
Or- 8 Ia sa1 9 r Im dsm
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NEGRO STUDENTS REVOLTED.
Against White President of the Negro
Institution.
Washington. Dec. 11-A revolt of
between 300 and 400 male and female
students of Howard, a negro institu-
tion of this city, occurred Friday.
The student body had assembled In
the chapel for the usual noontime re-
ligious services, when the president of
the university, Professor John Cordon.
a white mn. entered and was greeted
with a volume of hisses, catcalls howls
and groans. A scene of excitement
followed The students then marched
out of the chapel to the campus. There
the demornstration was continued, and
President Gordon was still further de-
Sounced. The college exercises for
the day were abandoned. as the stu.
dents practically are on srike.
The ocra!r,n of the .Iemonstratlon
against Profrei-.or Gordon was said to
be dw to Ils alleged prefpdleial con-
duct toward me-mbers of the n' ro
race.


A Certain Cure for Croop.
When a child ehnws symptoms of
eroup theme is no time to experiment
with new rem-edie,. oo matter how
highly they mays b recommended'
There is one preparation that ean al-
ways bedepended upon. It has been
in me for many years and tI never
bees knows to fail, vs: Chambsritin's
Coagh Remedy. Mr. M. P, Comptoi
of Market. Texas, ays of It: "I have
used OCamberlslo's Coauh Remedy lo
severe eaes of oroap with my ehil.
dre, &ad esa truthfully say it always
ives prompt relil." For sale by all
druagme. __
Murdere Meet Dme.
Des MeoIe, Iowa. DIc. 11--Wll am
MeWlifams. who pleJ4d grlity to the
~er- of his wtfe sad Ive C...4rea a
waek ag. was sbateer 4 to death r.
oay at lasdepedeaee rWiataajM'
tme was mg the moet aJockuag
la Ut e tlntel b itery of te sta
se 4ashe r e the a- as oa tble wtf
sat the babe t her r wlsh a h
e. mude I bt W ~r Aurea.
me by W eW. t"ey s-I t t I-

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CHILDREN HONOR UNCLE REMUS
Birthday of Joel Chandler Harris Ob-
served by Young People.
Atlanta. Dec. 11 --T'ie children of
Atlanta celebrated. '.;;* birthdly of J

el ('handler Harris
drt.ni' Hour" at th,
Friday afternoon.
Mr Harris was it
a ik ter saying the'
the children wlt ,r
of what Biro:.icr l
boo-hoo." And t ,
ter In reply, r
(cmling, and elllnv
they lot\ "I'ncle It,
anw' out of them, as A
Altogpetsier. It ii-
dellltr'll affairs '
In thiie thlrr*n's r.
-and there have ,,
times enljo'ed! there


ltrixg the ".bhIi-
('Camrn, library
titr tit tite se-nt
ho gue'atz!1'# ie I
at ralls 111-i "I
.,Iren oun! a ;pt
rig hint fIir not
:iirn howll sr dppt
1l.
In WpI(~m~~
ine fr '(cl L) M101
,-%*4-r loork pslace
.6 of thoe l tIr:
tuiany rare 1'~uI


L asrippe and Pneumonia.


Peoumonila ofte.r
but never follows th.
Honey and Tar. It
ooughs and prev'lnil
resumption. Ask !
and Tar and refus, a
terd: Mr. 0. V.
street, Cbicago. writ,
a severe case of slir
ago and it left her
eoogh. he tried a
Haaet sad Tar and t.
relief. A 0 ernt txott
ntirelf." leofue *


'*)llw lagripp.,.
uie of Foley's
cures lagrippe.
pneumonia and
ir Foley's Honey
y substitute of.
or, 167 (Oshed
.: "My wife had
;pe three years
*eth a terrible
,tile of Foliy's
gave immediate
eaed here ough
,titutes. J. W


I Ceollem 6 comts


P*IICe Captured by Rebber
Readinga Itas Io- 19.-A gang og
eight uaskeJ met '&red this town
early dY.. aP-u'u.- as looked up
Me two polieme'a. were*p, warollna
Qoe main rslrw. and hai hdhe an
intraure to the Merhanicab6"k,. wet.
they bew eOp" wit Jy2 a u6safre
be ga to the ReRe146 Wbt'or
?ba y wew* 4 40 The Mbas were
sm by several rI'tsm =ad ou
were eacgohed. W "e go ISareWd.

Desr ~UCeld Nt eP P 4e.o
"I bad hidiney wrbw, j'le for."
witbse Mu,- Uaymw (lamas of Ihel-
ma. WIeb.. *ar'S the rdafM eM a
help me. SA WFowl sKW Canre
sas I f um a d o0d s fWe
m K oo widee 1 M Is
A-& M- &-A- -Aa. son"so
~Who Oftm
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('tton S eil, Bagging and Twine. \. rus
L.rtther in Strips or Sides.

i'i1' ot t 1~ .hIlams Doig Improved En. ,-h
laidt ('ol tin ((in. uand Supplies for Sm-4e.
IIE. FLORIDA, U U A


MERCHANT & CO.,
Retniler"s and jtibters in


Staple and Fancy Groceries,


Brain, 6e den Seed and Fertilizers.
SOUTH'l SiDE SQUARE. V \IN


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Ilfht's market pritte paid for (hictk.'nio. g a Si it Jler I,;


O (onipieLtr stook o? H C'or,I
and Roe. We handle onily
;,T PRICESI. and


the' V'FRY lES'i ocis %Mr 'ht iA)'
IIar lt.e tI i a ftj r'tIn a$l I ye 0.


IIF F. I:)TTTTOT & CO.


BNI1T~ 28IREIS
Lkm )a neratl tankin husines.. nuy 6, -1 -l roretn mad I'tnit-tiro Itbangs
The aooosaa of banks, tan).orie. co. orations. farn er%. an r tbanla ti una rl
re0olved os fsoratble Srtin Sve-1 ?.:.lettu making oaiunino n&Al
ocewiOle points In %be risft S 6,%i1t,-.


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FOR....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-
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Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard. Mail.

SOD0ERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Only Line Operating
Daily Through Pullman Slepers from Jacksonville to New Orlesas

For full Inforlaton and sleeper reorvations emil no alIS sI nit esboar~eg
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Aset ,(Jeeral Paswngr Aernt. Psseager IAges,
JACKtO)NVILLE. FLOARIIA.


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THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OP FLORIDA.


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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS


W Ns eipponed and What Is Golng
Sl tl~ n Told In Short Paragraphs
ST"elt "He Who Runs May Read"
S It n The Sun.
4: les'calling cards In latest sItlMe
S s @on office.
Dry hard wood and pine for sale. J.
X. Bone, 'phone 19
0. 8. Dooilae of Alsahua was tn the
elty yesterday on business.
Four-room fiat for rent. Mrs. Fcs.
ter, 40$ West Main street, N.
Fruit cakes for immediate or future
Delivery. Keystone Bakery.
H. H. Herrin of MIosaopy was a
business oo itor to this city yesterday.
Georief Snowden of Orange
Heights wa trading on the city yerter-
day.
Walter Parker, a successful farmer
of LaOrose, was tradlax In the city
yesterday.
George E Pickett, a prominent altl.
son of Newberry. vislted/ the county
Capital yesterday.
Extra copies of the Indostrial Edl.
tion of The Sun for sale as Avera's aod
Vidal's news stands at 10 cetse
Furnished room to rent.oo block ad.
oInling square. Gentleman. tenrnte
preferred. Apply at 8Sn office.
Oone Ine phlakering piano just art
rived. Impeeible to et another be.
fore thbe holidays. A. R Harper.
Friends of J. E P uts h will regret to
learn that he has been suffsrnlog s
Tarely with rheumatism for the past
two weeks
SMrs. I. H. Norton of Tampa Is In
the oty, a guest of her mother, Mrsn.
0 E. Kennedy. Friends are delifht
ed to oee her.
J. P. Lynbh, the lumber manafoatur.
er of Fairbanks, was in thi eitty ty.
e rday on bliness. The Son acknowl-
edgeso n sreeable and proftable call.
8. Lightfoot of Tampa. the clever
trailing repreentative for John 3.
SHont & Co., dry goods and notions,
S Baltimore, is o lling upon the trade in
lthis lty.
The Womao' Missionary Society of
the. M Church will oanvent in, the
lecture room ta 8 o'elook this venlpg.
Pleae note the change from 8:80 1 6
So'alook sharp. a
Enjuo the beit-Iale your derrs
the famous Hlrt, Ribbon flavor. Ask
W for Rtlum Ribbon vanilla extracnL and
SiIt plain. Goes twice as far and th
favor is perfect.
Eloxham Dell s enabled to come
upon the street again, after an illness
of several days. At one time his oon.
ditlonwas ernsidered eriteial and is
was only by the besmedrieal attention
that he recoveord.
I)r. and Mrs. Bixle, prominent peo-
ple of Vermont, have arrived la she
city, and are located at bthe home of
Mrs. A. I.. Fotir, 408 West Main
treet N. They are well pleased, and
exIpc 1to remain here ontil April of
the coming year.
The memihen of tOp.e Ministrial Ao6-
olrtion are requested to meet at the
manpe at I:&)o'lock this afternoon.
The executive committee and the
P nembtrhhip cnmlmittec of te Chbarity
Asclatlin are also requested to meot
with the Mimiistirial Ansciaiaon.


To Mi
ladies as
lorea th
play of
wiadoea
slever.
the reil
her (tast
Super
work* i
prtvvm,
amont I
two reae
m4greg,
eaere*.
water.


1,000 ChriaS ineard* iad adkdern,
beautiful delignB, at Vidl's.
Some fine ity and canoPWpropevy
for sale. C. O. P~adrioC' GOlaelille,
Fle. '
W. .. .Jnes olr 8mplmo Oity wU
trar sting business in lhis eit# ye-
terdaty.
W. T. Oheitiul, the Arredondo
mProhant, was a vTtor to this eity
yesterday. -


8. V. Duke left ye ltrdew. fi Donn-
Sellon, whqre he goft to look after his
bulnes Interests.
Prof. J. W. BtbhelberRer, the piano
toner, lets yesterday for eflrfleld on
professional bsises. .
Now Is th time to order nor Chrirt.
mas asd New tler's etrdl Fine line
of samples as The Sun oe.
When you west a ploeesat laxative
take Ohamborlida's tomoelftand Liver
Tablets. For e e by all dregglrts.
Torpentlll*e *m for ale as this of.
flee, 500 per 4ee,. 8 per haodnroq
Cash ma~smp y order, dawOr
Lost A 9--opal basser or an
street, pIii Hoses. Finder re.
turn to B | Crnighill aod fet
reward. '1
Hon. f. Ot fHltb of Mootbrook, ex.
8tate leaMtorq Levy ooanty but
aow 8tate a elf fsoaTle, w# rat
the Browns Ho.mi. .
Rev. T,.J.Niz H. L. Phbfer and
Ford. borer havreoraodd from Ocala,
where they were ton tteadab e ast the
annual oqmJreaee. They poort a fne
meeting. .
Wqrtmty deed and aod aogrs blak
1f *lo at tbit o il, t feorm Used In
leee k oaesty wfhih msee morny a
reordlug. $2 per hendi d or 10e per
dOsa by mail. Oash roAe alompany
erdw. dawir
Elias "homas of Willoford dropped
In bn The Bann 6 1 4 early M oand y,
morning, loft a few dfekel to replae"
the ones We bad ehelrf lly dropped la
-the eontrlbntlon be the day previ.
ous, and went on his way reolelll.
W. A. Adisl of Rochello was I the
city yesterday, bavingl ome on a
brief visit so his wife', wh9 is as the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
M. G Me@arroll. Frioeds of Mrs.
Adams will rolret to learn that she
has been lndliposed for the pass few
days:
Route Agent J. H. Higbee of the
Soothera Expres Oompany with heat.
quarters as Waldo was il the eity on
ofloial buslai* yesterday. He *etat
that there has been a loll na the move.
meant of beans, bat %hat lettuoee od
pea shipments re keeplng his e ooa
pany busy at this time.
We are I a position to furonih first.
class beea, auke and lettuce hampers,
also cabbage and eanaloup* oraes
promptly at reasonable prices, and
gQarantoe prompt shipment on all
contracts Ship on either A. 0. L. or
A. A. L. railroads. Williston Mano.
faetorio Oo Wliestoon. Fla dawtf.
P. M. Pournell received a telegrm
yesterday anlmnoolg the serloae ill*
nels of his lot or, Ms. A. M. Posr.
nell, as Wayermi, (a., and Mn. Poor-
nell and ehljdnr keft on ab* nooa
traln for the bedf e Friends of this
younl mum eat el sympathy, sad
trust that the *oaditim of the patient
is not so erioe as was Nrported
Col. John R. Lamboth, for many
year engaged In the Iaronsem
builarne in this oity, but now' re
siding in Atlasts, was elreIlatlg
among his old friends here BSday, all
of whota were sgld to see hm. Our
Lambketh expream hself as btelg
very muhk sarpreed, as well as grrll
fl-d, at the rapid advmee*ort of
Gtoetvllle wihia the past m*ople of
yearT.
I I I


n Ida tOlman, one io th* -i sa .
She sore of Phifer n be. READ THIS
e credit of a IIandoin die. A
dolls in one of tie large show Mobile, Ala.. Feb. 16, 18 .
I The arrasimrut rs very I'r. W. Hall, St. Loola, h .-Debr
and the young lady hau boa Sir: Dornag the past year weo he
plenty of many P r.iln linmeuts n sold over tweetyfotur doeso "BallI
e in te *same. G1rensDie4overy" for kidney and bled-
Sier treables and dnrlig shat time have
ialendent Miller tof ihe water. received e n eampllalt.
s making sole deetded it. TIoNe rmpeetfully.
nits at the plant. prseoll 0. VaSu Apwr A ePon.
whkh is the reemwaeting of the T
rvoiro. This will prevent mn.A TA WONDER.
atlia is the reeervirs. which Ueo" "e sma ht ss T Wo-
a more healthy supply of der, l '0h eNesa DIa yes, ar W#A
The work le being d,* t, kityey m l be blade taLeehte, ame


I. 0. MeMahan.
MWn Ton M MeOstrroll, who has
bek pdirl the pat few weeLks i
W('it~e a the ueMt of her parents,
Mr. mrd Ms. NMaoS, has retre4d to
NeoA4bas where her huabeand eldt
a fug~lgga peela with she *a.
gime e a e ia, listed sotes 0".
si AefmeN O wa -- a*d* asW
orI as eae tober OI e ther I
OGM I in" O PAO .


gravel *ame dbb.ernimalemWsaw
66lw O ak nhe.Y bea iballp.
sno" d a I s ob e


~~ur year iuugs,
w bms eLp

iuse*"* "NIO
was$"M I


q-
"i-.
of Spilsa Pbj FPare
^yestdify b.e e
bleotalI.
for a llel. ieo-
.it, ,o, l ess.o.
TIl : A. '
Mr. 'tC. Vt' r(eK t ry
are rnow a ly loeds to d she es-
tage OW.st Coars sr t me, wbere
tbeyUlI Ath ome to Mhr frenda.
G. *i ,y4r of rewberry saled as
The bSd itdb Monday ad made a
peytiatoe r Chriets surheky by
renewist bll esbtM riple for another
year. .
B Ma t. e rt* l8 i ll .
of^ 8-'$board on Con.
VFeastans' e{kes.
g salte w l Mber 1thL the
nrorfatEIp f the o 8th .
I1g D*)t> Wtr 15th, only l 47 O
niad tp, ae Mr.Oobb. St
WtMn vQ N'ow Or.. A
beatWlt aihWf dolls.tad faIe goods
of all d klad t lble for ZIX e giftlr
Tolleot =, muakeore set, collar and
oat boat, sie sad glove biox ,e ewel
oess, tbmy dloks, esc. A big lie di
now embroidered line entor 'pleees
$1.60 so e fcl Just releived by ex-
press. Oushlo-ps, taney be", fine
handhedebleft, eta. Ladleo' ereaseso
$17I to $Oe80 h. Bkirte 1.0 to t8.o0
eahb. Jehukes, rsinoa, kid gloves,
b:skete. RBg ibs to I easb, the big.
0, stoek In the city. Window ehade
e to *1 e; alll1 siles. Mrs. B. W.l-
sone
Atteaioa n s elled to the page ad-
vertibeIats of the OGaines l Forani
ti 0r mpany, which apNrs elee-
where i tklsk Issue. Tbi fl dm hbas o
revived a large aortmeot of rep-
probably the largest ever lhpped to a
retail rm ia tbe State, ard propose to
roun the lie off at greatly reduced
prices. The frm has inaugurated this
sale for two resono, fint, to redueoo
the etok, and second, to Indues the
ladle to visit the store and ee the
exceptional values in hooumareenhlole
and holiday gifts. Goods sleted at
tbls ale will be reserved for holiday
delivery.
Before Christmas 27 Oenta Per Day
I am due to aell ten (10) Lodden A
Base Olub Pianos by Chriatms. In
order todo this, I make this proposi-
ton to any responsible family t This
particular xeellent lnstrument is sold
for 400 on ainstllment. I offer It for
$387-410 tashe per mouth.I will eoan
triboute $e 10 ieb payment on each
plano, makill your 8 monthly pay.
meute 'ommence January les, I 9
TMe propoeltion poeltvely elooes
December 24th. A. R. HAXPI,
Representinl Ludden A Bates 8outh-
era Muieb Hooe.


N. Yk0 Rm.

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Sme kIaews, the It k ai


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an imomem Ibme of led anIta-
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we WNl bel~ to bl ve ear

tY eNd "Uoner" 6o66 r 0
our alesemd l da thsb'
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Faeu Onatnetal (dar Key Oyste. Drlp Cofee. Western Meats
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Builders' Material
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tbiua e. mli a&d telegraph aIe
LDtollp~p 5r~md.4 io.

GIaiesville, Florida.


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