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
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Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 16, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOL. XXI, NO. 267





Declares Military Instructor in
District of Columbia.


NIatioal Characteristics Which Be
Same Geernmental Ones Make It
Impoeelble to Organize and Disli-
pline an Effective Army.
New York, Dec. 15.-Colonel James
S1. Petit, former secretary In the mUl-
tary department of Washington, and
at present military Instructor in Lte
District *t Columbia, read a thesis
yesterday before the illlitary service
1:tltutlon at Governor's Island on
"lMow Far Does Democracy Affect the
Organisatipn and Discipline of Our Ar.
miles, and How Can It Influence Be
AMost Effectually Utilized?"
Colonel Pettlt dealt at length with
thh subject, the general trend of his
-alrgmeat Oeing that the influence of
oiULUCI lnto tLe uulitary acanvr wa.

Th srpaker said in part:
The gIeat conquerors of the world
.bAe beet-monarchs, wielding practl-
-eally lulmited powers. When the mil.
A y msnan4der la the ruler of the na.
t. 'ti a wIll, he sl the court of last
--Seal and eoAtrol of resources so vi-
l' t1 the euscceesafl organization. tie
di *epllne and campaigning of armies.
"e further we depart from these
'.,rIlalplte the weaker we become.
SThey Represent Peace."
"On the other Ia. Democrats, as
ns rale, represent page. They do not
r po a to the personal ambitions of
a h InJdiidual,. nor are they readily
"w nw into sbchmes for territorial ag
I t Wl otBemtM tivroulvng War. Tse
poper mlUtiary policy, therefore, is
Sfeparat!on for defense.
"The speaker of the house is the
Saost powerful oficlal of the govern
n' nt next to the president, and lie
may even thwart the desires of the
tatter. He Is the real czar. The vote
S-.4 congress represents Its political
i* nlons Instead of its personal he
Siefs. Toe abolishing of the canteen
's an flistratlon of the fact that even
S/ -ia time of peace legislation for ttp
ary oees out of the hopper greased
Vrit the slany oil of political spoils
.,-IQ party expediency unredeemed by
1 malt of honest, manly Indepen.
-fites and belief as to the right and
lntice of the cause and the needs of
-< tcomatry.
*We Believe In Our Star."
"We.are of sanguine temperament.
We belhere In our star. We regard
4h lav lightly; we place tbousands
-,f tew on the statute books, but are
la a eandarng them. Theoe qual-
ties I the lltitary service make rigKi
o-tel'aWe laposable. Dserters. sen-
tIesl aitep on post. and guerrillas
Lo&eld be pataied. but with as the
-sailtyr a rarely exacted. Or patri-
tii largelIly of the lip That true
* lilet e'regards the country
as t'lee to be eberlehed and pro-
liU withiat and frogm without, at all
NeialJ aelSe.. Is not as common a
I aeoMld be. It Is conataatly belag
'by the Aees etsi of forelmeers
i pleased to style themselves
* CO** or Iteh-Amercans. as thboal
heT imlrcst to 2rrve two maatru
SV tla a o Mrsy.
"0wr e y's ag is at th- merry
Ill Y oier who ma rboUse tou
g: a-gMCe at his wares oa its
eIat the smaa la the rante ass a
'V gBla' p!ase Ia publk esteem
W tmgp ehtp ea the tde' These
ruletues whnct become
etees is a Democracy
-I L -lit tposelbie to orga,-
-:,lf l l b)te ptm. am elwlr army
Di t o ag f a tvo of military e**

alf" sse of PeL
IU* VOL IS-Mle ~isw of
so" ms: oft mm sow e
rward *AoM ube

~j~k W~t MM at No D


Made to Mtnd On His Head Until He
Painted Amy.
Anaapolis. Md.,, 16.--Notwlth.
standing the testimonty of witneasset
before the Merlwether courtmartia! *c
the effect that hastag is no longer
practcedl at the Naval academy, a case
has occurred.
The victim was Midshipman Jerdoc
Pettus Kimbrough of Germantown
Tenn. He was last week called he
fore a board of olers now in session
at the academy inquiring into hauing,l
fighting and aimllar practice and
compelled to answer certain qvestious.
It is said that he had also told some
relatives that he had been hazed, ani
that the relatives laid the matter be
tore the authorities.
The hazing was on account of these
two things. Midshipman Kimbrough
was compelled to stand on ils head,
then onllis feet, and then on his head
again, repeating this process for 10
minutes continuously.
At the end of the time he fainted.
and was left In that condition by tie
hazers. Later be was found by li
roommate, still unconscious.


Homicide Supposd to 'Be Result of
Former Disagreement
Americus, Ga., Dec. 15.-Meig Pow
ell, a young farmer 22 years old, smot
and instantly killed his brother, Thorn.
as Powell, at their home in the coun-
try near Americus. The homicide Is
supposed to Save been the result of
a former disagreement between the
brothers, wherein Thomas Powell re-
ceived a pistol wound In the arm. This
first diffculty was suppressed and
only recently has become public.
The Powell brothers came to Amer.
clus and tpon returning home late,
the tragedy resulted. Thomas Powell
receiving a bullet in his brain.
The facts in the case are not yet
keown bep

Oh Trial For His Life.
Maron. (. ;a. .c. 1',.--Pa;e from "il
confinement of over a year In the Bibb
county ail. Hal Scaofield, of a proml.,




Weeks Will XI Before Ser
Tice Can -e storedd.


Inhabitants of IBattt Province Grati.
fled at PubllMIet of Imperial
Ukase Providin Socal elf Gev-
St. Peterabtrg, Wedesday, Dcc. 13.
Morning. via l>)dtleiC6ne. Last Prus-
sia, Dec. 14.--'le Mrnuimuleit L mak.
iag slow headway & grustihig the tele-
graph strike. The wires ut the lIw
lines over wuica e fiVe aud been triu.
porarily r~utored arq constantly cutU
and nut a single win is working out
ou St. Petersburg Iis morulug. At
the present rate weeks will elapse
before the service ona be really re-
Tae news from the Iultic provinces
today is to the effect that many of the
Geruaan landlords Wo have not tied
are establishlag S& network of small
torts and are standit a regular siege.
Taere has beel kllihsg and burning.
Inhal:tants of the Baltic provinces
who are now realdipK in St. Peters-
burg were Immen i gratified at the
publication yesterday of the imperial
ukase providing local self government,
which they say aIepm then abandon-
ment of the RuLstfeatiou policy begun
in 1867 to destroy the uilly of thei old
provinces of LIthbania Tilh ulknse
practically insures the re.toration of
the status quo and cre'raing a dell,)-
crate assembly for th ohlnation of tOiio
burning questions of retortl of tlno
peasant conditions, thie ilstitlitinn f.t
the local self governor l at and schools
and a governor aeal, as the omce
existed before 1i7C.

To Investigate Conditions.
Washington, I)v( 15.-A trsoltillonn

couat, jail. gia. Ovilutiva-, va a jouv iprovidling lor a iitoithu h invstih atiion
nent family, rich and well known.I of the situation otll condition at trhe
faced 12 of his peers In the superior Naval academy w Introd.crd Itoday
court to be tried for his life. lie 1i by Representati. ioud of Mithigan.
charged with murder, and the viletl~ The nvestilgatini 4i to be made by
of hil bullet was Green King, one ol; the house naval .mitte. which In
._t wI, ouwin ntgrtro- In Macon. It esperllly Instrur,. I to ascertafn an l
r-,lrfred two hoirs to ,sele.t a jiry. an Ireport whether v atios of the. law
grant care was exerclsed by both the and the regulate .a gover Ing the
state and thedeense Inthis work. academy continue and wbetier ,ai-
lag. fagglgl. runing aad class Oiut
Stationed In Asiatic Service. iting. coatu n practle there and
Washlngtoa. Dec. 15.-The eraiters knowledge c a ,. reMposltllliry of
Galveston and Chattanooga have been the owners of t. academy for any
coamisslole In the service of the condltiona found efist.
Asiatic station and will proceed tjere
early In the year. They are ow at*
tached to the third division of the W tel t Testify Aal n.
?ortb Atlantie Beet, In command Of New Yort. le 1.-I wr Har Irr
Rear Admiral Carlee D. Igsbee, and Sa wrote a letr r to the Armstro
with the Brooklyu ada Tacom are Dommisaion azrL,< that an opportual.
under orders for sea ty be given aim i, go again o I'
witnaese steal In ,' i e toIslaUTe !usur
Tardinee Causes Unellnesm. moe comaitLtee to testly regardJag
Tokto. Dec. 14. 11:30 A. M.-T.e his etltept. as I. -crtbed by Thos V
tarlaines tiae coacUfeto of the a ya, a Twesdel to shaft ai the pur.
gotsitioos at Pekti between the rp hase of tle u arity stock of the
reseatatives of the Ipoersat0 of lItable Utf.. .enlrae"e eompay.
Chita and Japan is CaslagI a seoaoe The Comatlu Ilt foled Mr. Hard-
here amoog the (~lame rese1tsa. It sus that be Ncu'l have Ie aa op-
is imeed that Irom IKmrs w rw ep. portalty say tIn be wsted It, and It
reeats Japan, has made som IIO- is* sad 4to e llke that he will tesif
ation whica to viewed Ia the light of tlay.
aaotaer huillatlk by Cisaa. -- rGm, na"- t lo m
waIWO"W--. Wpor W-. I,, L- pamng
D- ia t -thMe .. .9.o.S ; n.lm.s
Waycr~su e. .De. DI .-4coln I. to 0e te V ( Vehlr O. I -g si
ILrklas4d. divtola sepr tadet of raita8r 6 a8 oa e, A. 0 eis. Is.;
the Atlaatic OMIat r *e with bead b. Ia ( et,'i r r e p1 1t1
quarter to Wtayerem. bM td4e" Sta s. Gale*- O. ILt *w n
his re.lgarkas, to takL egT as DteA q eMa d NwW
2D It was oe ha os o ll e l48r e MWxI J tM r X "1me
ceed Mr. KirkslamL i shee s S I
0 Aml Ta iii li at.
-ga- of Anngtg Agg BOW6sI dh
New Twk. De. SL-A ~ s Si
e ioea ral s C.b .ag a u
OGal 3 t the m of d m lm = 0 110d

milla ll, Dr. 35.-A bftft ames jam" X ONste vim wasv I
t IS -b west Edo aB tiM# Aa es Io a
the 11 11 11 be a5e U aies sew at s im a svic sI
TAI soa aH Tilm 1e m e mm a

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Men Receive Advance In Pay and
Later to Standard Wages.
Waycros Ga., D[c. 11.--Tue enigi. ARE IN CONI
neers' and irermtun's strike o the A.\t
lantlc anl Birmingham rail'roal h l>i
been called off, and &ll the striktllu Hundreds of Dolegat
engineers and licuinen will titai (j t l
former places at ouce. UGurge D. ; at Flnt Day's 8t
Wadley, vire president andi t'netrital
manager, offered to make certalu coa- WILL DEMAND EIGHT
cesalons from their original clailmls,
asd it was announced that a peace-
able adjustment had been reached Leaders Plan to Request
All trains on the Atlantic and 1Ilr* of the Operators, at W
mingham are running on regular Demands Will Be M
schedule. The strike, whhih vas ex-
pected to continue for sonme time to Which is to Increase P
come. Is a thing of the pait. Shamoklu, Pa., Ihc.
In the settlement tile turn receive thracluto CIAn iln advance pay, with an unerstanlini its seio,,ns here today.
that as soon as the road reacrteI 1a- delegates w..re present
Orange they urt. to get "statldard sitchell, pisident of the
wages." TOey also are granted a Workers of America, ca
schedule where their duties are atlpu ventun to order. This
lated, and by which they are to up- reigarde as more import
hold a high standard of service. The hwid ailce Mitchell came
advance is from $1.50 to $4 a ltay coal tllad in 190 wita
The firemen, who have been etIting ln rpoe of duplicating the
$1.50, are to receive $2. In wt iru I p'entu ivlaj


Hoch Says Standard Oil Company
Robe State of t0,000 Dally.
Ottawa, Kan., D-c. 15.--Governor
Hoch, speaking here at a mtilung of
Republicans, said:
"At this time ter KansaH oil field
Is yielding 60,000 burrelh a day aud
for this oil the S~anlard Oil comupsny,
which sets the price, Is paying less
LaUn one-third what it pald a year
ago. I believe it could pay $1 per
barrel for this oil more taian It is pay.
Ing and ll sinmako a large profit In
other words. II Is robbing this piLople
of $4;0.00,) a day, or 122.00,UWo00 a year.
\We it suplnely down whill we aret
being robbed of enough mothy ever)
day by this cpoloration 1to biltli a



e t Present


a Conference
thich Several
ade, One of
15.---A large

Ai )ut 7Q)
when Jo.iu
IUnited Mine
lied tho cou
convention ts
ant than any
into the hard
the avowed
and the w*l.

erna tates ~whhh held contracts witi
Itie blitndilnousn coial operators The
nilinia' leaders plan through the con-
ten'ion to re'quiest a conference' of t'ie
oplIrators. This will be In tne form
of a resolution, and the following bdi.
mninds, It Is sail, will be male if the
cuitfetrence is Igrnted:
A party agreement, better known as
re'ogiitlon of thi' union.
A N hour workday.
An Increras In pay to all rlasses of
eniployes of, at least 10 pir rrent an.I
li ilhly. 1'i per cent, harsdlt on tIe
wlAbie In effect April 1, li."2.
Thil wcildh men that the miners
w huild receive about the Sallm, as uu
It r tlhe Iplementl &a r4.
For sow la w led employes it
||,IllI nellnu airltiit increase
.11ll t Iv o.m ratorsii t I .llonp ed to

hundred ,onles for the honi.les., or to n n conference th
rear a great educational lastitution or intnl, will be known tuaurre f'tr
to pay all the eclwuses of Lhie state I r Micell. In ite Ievent of a *
for five years." "-e,,ile. rvplr coming from the opera
Srrr tilhe crlnventlkn will he In a poet*
MIlS ROOSEVILT TO MARRY. t ,mt ke p its li s of demands
in.tl trltitcllr an I to vot o n the ed
Wedding to Taks Place About the Mid. ,',,iti. t,,url or t, Mr Mirthell sad
die of February. th, lre- dil irr e pre l.l',ietl the power
WahingAglonr, Dc)t. 1.- Formtal an n l to enr
nounceme.iu.n bius bten isade by the istI et int inr lh fo
prealolUt aad .i Mr I I osevriit of the te
--ga- ne.or 'i-a .uounrt Alerm

li(glen ,t nti orf their dauslnhter, AI
Lee HIoo %elI, to Ni'holas laud.Worlb,
rrpreseufatlve In ncragrers from Ith.
irarst ditriet of (lo, oae of the ('Ci.
crnantt districts.
Coupled witli th e sannocement of
the engagement is the additional aa.
aouaeemeat that the weldIn will
take place about the middle of neat
Whlle arreagemenat for the weddlag
have oat ben made.At la espeeted it
will occur at the White )IbluM

Centoat Centsue In M ewe.
WeaaIsgtos. Doe. iS.-4be co-qete
between the ways ad Gow o#
aItte aRd Ie Isterstato MA foredam
MInse commiltwe ofr avtrol of in.
saraee sIuieslUb is9 eftuled in
the hom today MS. Payse took Lie
Seer Ito a UUa the power to tas
w"s thecasly wayrtoIs ebwb acre..
OM amt aMUS eO r o e*s$Mrae*&-I
the way Sod umem o i ratee had
juuedwtIsover the ta"Wa power.
Te U ate hMU repelbed hy actor
MDeA46O D *a @" Isal heads the
g o" prvaf m "other beets. psme
so asoot. uitbet debief

Peepi Obes. astaInie tiahfe.
DtON& WS, D. flA 6-C 'A 0905
"ad Wl CaIrll of meu SPra
7m, h.. alebom aff"K bae" 67the
WoredI auhor-tif morsd wft SM
log ae--JA ag (Ithe ums
t v-el iB.tAboljts o W t" pthe of
so" UAW 14 42MIbO ND i ausi
owb W. ,Puoeadsedw e*&he67 asb
aIt Sd e 2Uad .

elvel" ""es gg IF". I
Me" w TwitD OCa s -eiu rIe
dee usped the 4-Way bushb"a 0
sami budle esThe soer alftof h Ie
moo b me s ot, of tgea is I-
IM s so Was Moss

Reform League Meets.
Mllwaike, WI i. Ikr IS -Tle
twenty lCIn nnriil nretllri of the
National 'ivlre N rvitre Ieform league
opened at Mlllwmike ,ttday Muc4 re.
great Is e pr iasc t at the abenre of
Secretary cif lhe Navy ('harles A.
lsieaparte. wio I*s to have Iwen the
hbetf speLskr of i o ronventlos It It
stalrd to have abeh the lrst time la
fT years o)r sIne I.ie league was or
r CtI 4. n Mr Imalnaort halr aw
li a Ip* *i I sh naual gaItbrlag

SpedIMeesa to~ : ie~euvsnee.
New rork. flue L: 1 Tiles
*Sys tolay lnformal kin Fea I I Now
York yesterday Inat Proesierit Itone,
welt will probably souei a sreelal a11
goe to eangres saskigf bir IeI&tOlW
4vslammd u, t roW r lilirif trsnsvuto5
it the Imssranee hiutw"e Th mee
sage, aveedli tef the preset Pro
gram, will deal acbly with Inaserame
matters iste fItve of~c ( 'olumbar
over wbi mares.has juarlmdeclom

ad Ps In Airel".
"hcs." I Dla1 i 1,- fosafe tII9WILd
so e*cgtilao of Mhiaew.ys, yetdY
mod.s& "S gto oa tasirhip, he seedoi
to a be"ght of 3,14 1e4t est6e f e
pOsed. Al'. ,a ---r -esat ton.e
Pero'o so retwsoi to 6 earuth
esbb. I nil" flow 'h he hb"
Ift e a his trip is a 4mdeW 161
Dom uhd be"s tooted 616M

W~msssso Ga. br. II -AAoth.C
suemp o e mae of Nothe aSplref
m ere Wedmded" ialgh Abest
e aae of pid stes mused Msul
44ANOWL As tavectigal Os -s
lull&aMd ft wee 1ouS''bat 6 aglto
bD" oftIOMP4 to, b-Ata f i a o4
1W isa 101 ;914 i6 t1 1, s b yh OW
JR ofrf"el f t .Cark. Y UIe
Tam* 11M e0"7 b, b ehm ofo 1b
wod$40 bus -r

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Notwkthetldadin Everything Possible
Wen Ooie for Him, it Was to No
Aw#kraA Man Who Led a Loyal and
Usdful Life is Gone.

; After a couple of days' stranuou
,... V ardent work in endeavoring to a
nmplish two objects, in both of whie
was successful, Captain John Jams
Thompson expired of heart disease s
the home of Ex-Governor Franels I
Fleming. Jacksonville, about 10:8
o'eloak Thursday light.
While it was hard to die, Oaptal
Thompson, who is a Oonfederate Vet
eran, had the consolation of known
that be had aeomplbhed two of hi
Sgreates alms, tbs) of eletUing Govern
' '' or Flemlng to the honored position
SMajor-Oeneralof the Florida Divisior
S U.C. V., and #eurlin the next eon
veotion for Gainesville. He work#
hard and faithfully for both and it I
believed that It was due to over-ex
Srtion and exlctement that-his hear
was affteed, which caused his death
S Captail Thompson was attendlol
the Confederate Veterans' reunion
He went there for the purpose of aid
ng hibl friend, Governor Fleming, it
his candidacy for the position to whici
he was elected, and if possible to ie
onre the next meeting of the Veterani
S for tai city.
I Called on Governor Fleming.
It was In he evening when he ealled
upon Goverror Fleming at his home
S to ogratulate him. He had been
tofleei ounwell during the afternoon
bat declared that he could not retire
atil be had extended his personal
`' oongratulatlons, Governor Flemala
Snotied that he wa looking pale,,and
hiasted that he remain as his oote1
S bor he night. He was shortly after.
ward tLaen with a bad attack of the
he rt, and a physician was summaoed.
Te doctor afforded temporary relief,
beat other attok neeseltated a se-
O d all. Everything possible wa
Sdon for the visitor, bea he expired In
l iet two hoors from the time he was
Man of Ueftul Life.
"' saeaed was born ina arslnavlle,
Va., (now West Virgiala) Ia 1M7, con.
i.- quently was In his seveaty-eoad
yea He eame to Florida In 1849, st.
Ua llas Middleburg, Olay oonty. In
St early O' he made a survey of the
overland route to the Paolfle Ooast
with Gen. Ball, after whieh he re.
er med to Florida, settling with his tfa
hoer. Wa. N. Thompson, near Arre*
doado. At the breaking out of the
Olvil War he joined an Infantry com.
po y Ia this oily afterwards forming A
part of the Beownd Florida regiment
sad experleoeed hard service in the
Army of Norther Virginia. He left
Gsalaseville as a lieutenant, but was
S later promoted so be captain of his
S company notillhe was wounded, when
he was reeved on furlough, Return.
lag to Florida he was not content with
S the life of a private eitieen and was a-
S apsed as a voluntary aide eq the staff
of Oe,. Colquitt and participated in
the battle of Olossee.
Deeased was one time aent at this
point of the old Florida and 'West
India railroad runaali between
Fermandisa and Cedar Key. now
a branch of the seaboard Air Line.
la all. he wa one of the oldest ad
meet widely known resident of Ala*
ake oooaty sad his death will be
greatly reretted.
Dseeen d is survived by two broth-
on, Loeie F. Thompeoa of Lake City
sad T. O. Pau oThanpeao of Ferna-
dialabd 8. oseler Taompeoo and
feally, relative. of Lake City. to
when aympathy of friends i extended,
The eemali worn broclht to this
elty Friday ightl ad the fnameral will
be hoM as the Fare Prrbsyterian
Oarb en 9 o'elth thle monrag, Bev.
Tea. P. Hay Selalatag. !r. T. r.
TIBeaIs t odoerkwo la o arge. The
as" a eeat will be la t rflea esme.
te; s q, b b e his father ad brother,

the folktolag eatleme hav boon
Iame-d as pall-bearns, ead are r
"o bme at athe aner asi 8 I:
Ji a W. Teee. T 5. M.
Ul I, 1.Z. Miller. Joeph hamnsa
ad ae be. Ol.

To owe osm bone NY
A Tske L&ALU U MONO Qamias
fite~;rrt l~l~drr~ If ii t


73o- YOV




While PtoyI to
rio Affn~grt dected.

* Presented the Fire Department Witl
Three Boxes of ine OCigars.
.Dr. J. W. McCollom Is nothing If hi
is nut liberal, and as a s lid deme
stration of his sppreelation of the
efforts of the firemen in saving hil
property Wednesday night, has pro
seated to the "boVy" three bozes o
fine cigars.
"The work of the department wes
excellent," said Dr. MeOollom, "ead
Sthe eat thing I oould have done t
show my gratitude and appreelatiol
wa as littI token of cilarsn.
The department, through OChie
O'Neill, desre to thank the donor
with the auranoe that the smoker
were enjoyed.
LaOrippe and Pnaumona.,
Pneumonia often follows larippe,
but never follows the oan of Foley'
Honey and Tar. It eare latrippo
eough and prevents pneumonia and
oomoumpton, Ask for Foley's Honey
sad Tar and refuse any substitute of.
feared. Mr. O. Viaher, 167 Osgood
street, Obleago. writes "My wife had
a severs eae of lagrippe tree years
ago and it left her with a terrible
eough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar and it gave immediate
relief. A 580-eni bottle eured her ooah
eatirlly." Refun sobstitutes. J..
MeColiam A Company.
Attention, Oommittee.s
The following ool mittee, appoint.
ed on a Runlia Te t o be gives by the
Twentieth Oeatury Club, are reqnast.
ed to mnet at the reredence of Mrs. .
A. Colelough this (Saturday) after.
noon at s o'elook t
Reoeption-Meodame F. H. Oraig.
hill, 8. 8. Rot r. N. D. Philllps, W.
B. Taylor, W. M. Dale, L. C. Lynch,
W. J. IVenby and U. A. Coleough.
Musie-Medamee R. A. Beoker. J.
A (loodwin and J. 8. erid.
Houee-Meedamem J. L. Kelley, Geo.
Bromley sad W. M. Johaeon.
RefIehments-Meadamea A.R Har.
per. Those. Park Hay and tieo. K.
Serviae- M is Luelle Coleloough, Mis
Hallie Pepper. Mrs J. M. Dell. Jr..
Mr. 8. T Dell and MiO Clare Poend.
Otssume--Mesdames J. W. Tenea
and W. M Pepper.
Torture of a Proecher.

'inMELL~t. Nab

Wepl Weri nr in
~4rou CadttioaL

EMy Trouble Makes TYo %lnsP
Almost everybody who reads the tew-
papers is sure to know of the onderfol
n crest mnade by Dr.
SL KUm's Swamp-
SRoot, the great kid-
hey, liver and blad-
def remedy.
It is the great med-
Icat triumph of the
nineteenth century;
discovered after years
of scientific research
S by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney and
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully
successful in promptly curing lame back,
uric acid catarrh of the bladder and
Bright's bisesse, which is the worst
form oCktdney trouble.
Dr. Klmer's Swuop-Root is not rec-
ommended for everything butif you have
kidney, liver or bladder trouble at will be
found Juqt the remedy you need. It has
been tested in so many ways, in hospital
work and in private practice, and hu
proved so ucceeful in every case that a
special arrangement has been made by
which all reader of this paper, who have
not already tried it, may have a sample
bottle sent frp by mail, also a book tll-
ing more abodt Swamp-Root, and how to
Andout f you have kidney or ladder tro,-
file. When writing mention reading this
generous offer in this paper and sendyour
addrem to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., igbhamnton,
N. Y. The regular
fifty-cent and one-
dollar size bottler are nadmo w .
sold i- all good druggists. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's SwampRoot,
and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., eo
every bottle.



Wih a combined deposit or more
thaa a ailfona dollars li the two beaks
of GIlauevhe, with every branch of
#omemo and manufacture in a
healthy addition, the factories and
alls aIll raealng, it is no wonder the
eyes of ib6 people in all setlions of the
UntlkaW ntes are turned upon this
itt ead aesoloand that the oity is
buIldlnge-p more rapidly than any oth-
er Interior tow in iFlorida.
This is no delusion, but ano etual
feat, s anyone may see who WIll take
the troble to investigate. The babks
sad the people are prosperous ,and
mosey is comparatively easy. Another
tiDag an be said of the banks, both of
whlk are liberally but eonaerratively
maaaged by experienced offeieals who
are always willing and anxious to en-
oonragepad promote the welfare of
thbety and individuals where they
fool sate I dolong so.
It I sife to assert that within the
put two year at least a quarter of a
million dollars have been expended by
the eimlo n la new building and im-
proveomnte,many of whom have erect-
ed magaflent homes bordering on
manlonm. A number of handsome brick
soreo bae also been erected and the
best evidence that Gaineeville real se-
sate pays the fact that there is not a
acant store, with one exception, In the
fIty and this has been leaped preper.
story to onopacny on the first of the
year. This store was oaupied up to
tea days ago.
If the people of other Btaes and ee.
tlonwarst to live long, happy and
prosperous lot them make their home
aI QalnevIIlle, the University City.


All efforts have failed to fnd a be.t
tor remedy for ecoghs, colds and long
troubles tbha Foley's Hooey and Tar.
Itstope the oeegb. heals the lung and
prevents selpou reolw from a cold.
J. N. Patterson, Nashua, Iowa, writes,
"Last winter I had a bad eold on myp
longs and tried at least half a dosea
advertised coogh medielnes and had
treatment from two physielans with.
not getting any benefit. A friend re-
eommended Foley's Honey and Tar
and two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I
sosilder it the greatest eoogh and long
medeline in the world." J. W. Mo-
Oollnm & Company.

New Composition Floor Being Laid In
Store of W. R. Thomas.

A force of workmen are engaged in
laying a now eombiation floor in the
sables of W. R. Thoau, whieh is des.
tied to make a bi improvement in
the plae. The material being need in
tlIe work is called ranolishle, being a
oombination of erebed flin rock. fine
saNd sad ememt. It lI said by those
who are falmliar with the oompoeition
ths is makes a haadsme surfaee, flr
sad emparativlly nlaeeitruoeble and
woold make an ideal fsterial for side-
walk perpeno, beag handsomer,
beeper and eqoualyes durable as vit-
ried briek.
Theseoo otemplatblg the laylag of
ideowalks may sod It to their interest
to lnTeetslae the work a Major
Thomas' table.

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The story of the torture of Rev. 0. % Ct I W ill#
1). Moore, pastor of the Baptist*eharob 4 h6a1 f
of Harpereville, N. V.. will inste"%b~y q
you. He sys: "I eatlrid eS" ba b
boemes, of a perulstot sough, rusmlt. A as
is& from$e lbegrip. Ihad to seep Ms. -
Uag up lit bed.I tried asmay uo.
s"Ls wi"out lief until I took or.
Kitm& New Dieome" 1fe u..mp. SParl oruCr.
slne. Osaghe and Coids, whish e ..iml, 1 Tb. Sedar Air Lk s povesoe bet.
ed mf esough and eased me0tr m v p r1. oemr SM w W Oand
emomsmmploe." A suem'.r. Me. ITamPa useawasi aeta
semsf.idtrrim tr of so n r..! WOMS the&
At all 4" a P"e c as M A. s 1 Olson" s o WIN S so n"610
fu~f~ -ree hhsfl
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Thu6 h Yo4 iBO Alw o Bo # ad lwhichA hr ber
In ae fe er er 80 yem, as borne the signatre ef
Sad bMeen madea under hin pr-
mo lace lb lD&DC7.
Allowno o e to deeelde yoet In ta
All Qemterfea, Imitaons and "Just-.ra-oodare bau
dprla'nt that trfrile with and endanger the umheth of
Ia tat and Childrem--xperene against Bxperiieam

sterlea Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pts'
aorte, Drops and Boothing Syrup. It is Pleaant. It
eootaemM neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareodtl
bstaarae. It age i ts guarantee. It destroys Woran
sad allays Feverishnem. It cures Diarrhoea and WifA
Cole. It relieves Teethin Troubles, cures Constlipatlo
sad PFlatlency. It inmates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowel, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panaeae-The Mother's Friend.


Mills and Faories AlJusy, Empk
Ing Lare Forces of Skied a
Common Labor Advancemi
Wonderful fbr Past Two Years.




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Aege That Price Has Been
by t manufacturers and
Wit hDilsatrous Losa to
M -W Fix New Price.
mOMpiasnee with a eall Issued
1ae ago, the Sea Island cotton
Sof Alasebo eo"ty will meet
lta ss 1 saturday, the 16th ins,,
idth poepose of organilaig a county
growers association. The pur.
of this assoelatioa will be the
t loe of h)e grower of the staple,
be fix a maiamum price which will
Stef ome proflt to eoltivate this
I t, which is among the most im.
a of the staple crope.
The Boa has from a reliable souree
enllatmtep e that s the Alaehua
toa there are being held in the
boose and by growers oatlde, at
O00W baeJe, for a price above the
.soet of production. The growers al
eIm that the thread manufacturers
1sod falter have been fixnlo a priee on
the etaple whleh the rower was com.
allied to aoeept or hold his cotton, and
slasoy lastasmes the latter was im.
SpolMe, forth fact that she tower
was placed n a position where it was
neemaary to raise fonds. With the
proper organation, the grower will
be li a position to dietate the price, as
the production of Sea Island cotton is
'TC Aos ta (Ga.) Chroniale of riw
eoet dite contain the following,
which will prove of interest to long
etple ootteo growers everywhere:
"The Sea Island cotton growers of
S4 le6r, Florida and Boeoh Oarolida
et alsst week and organized the Sea
blanad Cotton Assoeiation. A bale tax
of 10 opens' bale was decided on and
a sale of minimum prices was fixed.
The member signed an agreement to
bol for those priete.
"he government is to be asked to
-falaih fall and separate reports on
e Island cotton.
"The Sea Island people have been
temboMeoed by the lsoeess attained by
I h feathern Cotton Association,who
$P eo done so moeh toward maintain.
lag the price of opliad cotton.
"Only about 100,000 bales of Sea
Island eooton. 850 pounds each, are
ow ralped. It woold not be a diffeult
4himg-eaye it would be an eay thing
to rt every Sea hand grower into
this leogue. The centers of this induce
ty are Oharleston, Beaufort, S-
rannah and sash inland towns as Val-
* dost, Statesboro and Blackshear, Ga..
sad Ga~Ieville. Fla.
"The Thread Trust nu this line and
it Is sa that they arbitrarily Ixed the
-ODUMa price. The Thread Trusr
w6eh the crop like hawke. They sead
4Ilmaters through every county that
Slowm It.
They yteh the weather ooeditions
Snd keep up a perfnet imformatlon
"Thebre Is not eae ditle arieolural
e Msopoly that eMld be perfected a
e0M a Sea Islald coton urowe n'
^ "hee is eveloplag some ery
S ehed IagMn Ia the marketing of
AtaoA eof all ktad.. TheAe change
W l eew t luite ram allly not ea l
Y- ases fes, hot ales she
Je pIonelers of the erpaisatie
d k ma W eeU a pceib ty d os
to be-puesest she meetlag teday.

,hos ofatlhe Ocas Femtr aand I-.
ais 0a.. a tihe vitm of a palal
assloeas reesaaly whih em h a
gsge I tho uetl Imger dt thesIsy

Toags Macac hand mm 18 sen.
ndh adrlll pse am me tes sen

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mini befts hp "sawe GWe hd am.n
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oifwieo oACCIDENT hrUSE d

0; e? Little Eunie Preatt of Tren.
ton Lost Life by Falling Pole.
When the Crosupole Fel', Crushing
Her Life Out lnastanty-Daughter of

Brought Sorrow In West End.
i m Information rg"od thi, city Friday
of a eriousO aseutda which n.ccurred
at Trenton Toueed y afternoon, which .
cost little Enalke, the vweet little
a A IN seven-year old daouihter of Mr. and
fedM by Mrs D. A. Prfattt, her life
W. M. JOHNSON. Druggist, From the bet Iaformation obtain.
_tlyaIll r able it appears that Mr. Prevatt was
preparing to kill same hoes, and had
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED erected whit ie commonly termed a
S"hog gallows" In the yard. Tlhis"gal.
NEW OF CIy lows" comprise two forked stakes
WS OF C AD driven into the roood, with a stout
COUNTY CONDENSED pole extending from one to the other
at a convenient elevation The little
Mises Gertrude lushman and Elis- girl was attsemptlg to make a swing
abeth Foy Lyon returned yesterday from the pole, whleh fell, crushig her
from a pleasant visit to Jacksonville. life out instantly.
J 8. Bliteh of Montbro~k and J. B. This accident wve sadly deplored, in.
Peacock, E. 8. Miooen, W. C. Brewer asmoch as Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt are
and J. R. Willie of Williston were amongthe promiseat families of the
among the visitors so Gaineeville yes- Wet End. They were Krief-stricken
erdayoer the air.
Mr.and Mrs. W.0. O'Toole and Thefuneral washeld Thurrday, the
Mr.nud Mnr. W.'O O'Tooloe nd interment being i Pine (rove ceme-
daughter. Miss Ella, are among the r* ter, ner teole of the Preyvato me
eeot arrivals from the North, who have tee of te
come to make their home here for the Couihing 1pell Caused Death. SU
wiuter. They are pleasantly locatedIn
one of the Wilson cottares, 500 Unl- "Harry Duekwell, aeed 25 years.
enrety street. choked to death early yesterday morn. It Is Or
Dr. and Mrs. W. C, Johnson of Mia- ig at his homla the presence of his
Dr. nad Mrs. W. C Johnson of Mie- wife and child. He contracted a slight Fresh
anopy made a brief visit to the for- eold a few days ago and paid but little (Goods a
mer' brother, Dr. W. M. Johnoon, in attention to it. Yesterday morning
this city yesterday. Dr Johnson ha he was seized with a fit of coughing
just returned from Baltimore, where whiob eoutioued for some time. His
he has been for the pass two months wife sent for physician, but before
Walter Watkins, formerly of this he could arrive another coughing Sta
eity, where he was employed as sales- spell oame on and Deckwell died from
man ln the store of Marcus Endel, now sulfoetlion.-St. Louai Globe Demo-
holde *ine position with an insurance erat, December let. 1901." Ballard's
company in Atlanta. Friends here will Horehound 8yrup would have saved
be glad to learn that he is prosperng.l him. 20, 60e and $1. Hold by W. M G
J. A. Roberts of Keanpahs. T .Jobhson. .
Love of Jenalugr Lake. O. T. Kirk. (Cusne.
land of Kirkwood, C. Robison of "Mism Ke.nly has 1a uwtfully shnrp A
Otter Oreek, 0. olein of Dinnile, toniwi. hanm't Bher'
J. H. Allison of Miesaopy and Dep. "I should ay ot Ihe' cut most of
oty 8eriff Beaeh of Trenton were her friend off her lint with IL"
asoa the vlilton to Oalnestilleye*.
tttrdo. "he pleaantest way to take od
r iv er oU." say an old gormand. "le to
Joel H. Tueker, Jr formerly of this fattep pipons with It and then eat the Atbtract of Titl
eity but for the past three year a pro. pjipo" eoont0y. C
ressive yoong bosinees man of Live
Oak. has established a naval stores A WOMAN TO b P
plant as Rlehmoa and will assume the A WOAN T P TY
personal management. Mr. Tneker
possesse exeeptional business qualil- N Il n 2 IPrl .t Bud O4Y I FI A01D
nations and his auecees Is asured. tr seatingl a i
Tbh feet contour f a female faIe, the
J. R. Smith and iea, Ira J., were in sweett esmts of a female mouth, lop-p ipL
the llty from Trenton yesterday. As something it the b. id is erowt.ed iith
the t videethatM mnt lar. oSnt ad fallen hair. It I -
the bee evdenowe that r. mi known. Is ca by a pr that
one of the kind who "lives at 4Ie,"' burrows ate the o* p to the roon of the
he broeg4t to old storaep 1.000 her, whre it mp. ~* vitality. The lit.
poundsof*boulders. 1Ue wh9te ecles ,. er ma throw. up In
ponds of has ad shoulders. He e ur win arre lr I d andruf. To cur
neatly el ughtred thirtUeo bes. MarfrE permanetv. them, and ta to p
weinhing from 200 to 290 poads eeh fthlir hair, that ar- must he kil The qoetlo
ad will klll twele more before the e's irplid an eptrely new r of Title the
Utet Ofthe chemlral Ilaeetory. deetsgr O Tyile the
wter is over. the ia-nrulff germ snd. oef os soe
Ira J. Cartr of Newber, ry, oeof the the fetl r hlr. ar4 prevent batd aires eoeid.
oleverns t yo men awd most msem. emps for mespi. U r" ner druend Ce. orao for
ful mermhaate la t eha g seslva D oeuett. Maiek
towa. toreed to hlebome ye erday. 5. e jALrf (* t.. Iprlal Agema the l' vestor.
afera bref visit to this city. Mr. .
oarte. who i. very esth.steetle on e H
mat odren, ame to realty e his lia. -
ties Jats Olamevllk Lodle No. 0e0, B.
#.O. B. aee, e hi esw luasepo. -- - -
al, is his s.. Kwp Your Head Clear
Spleased wih the s or er, however. a o,,,ri' ar ae |
ad It os wwthost emaalg shelt he will er r *e t H
mae a valable aeqUellott to aShe on e Pas b2e!"2S I Ies w
ledge. While hes Mr. OaUner m-e* 5aneemsa rwr
--e -e a- assbls as well as pef.
**bo* u. *- "9 b. M0

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(Ixooxrpol t)e4l
* sad fall Information faratehed regpdfag l adh Is isM
or manager has lived In this eoutr thirty eyn sad
is thoroughly eoaverant with lid IitleW.

. E. "VO'LLE,
umber of prominent Aa riua awd IaslIsh eompOaes.

Readenr reliable serv ie of every son rlon Ithe line of
Lead Titlel L the Stat of Florida, parteoularly
A Ieba seou niy
SPn '(ALTIt Abstraets ft Ttlesm Taxu ale earem
Agrm fr M.l*idelt Lad Owesar 1rtot CaMUt* ,
Towne, Es.
lReferesM i irse Nasional Biank uof i,,oville. H.f.
Deitue A Co., Bsbern.

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Calftn Frr Cf r 9CThe Loeeft k s t 8f Wmand Cottim Sewt, Bagging and Twins. Walrm
bw a"9l"i sY b"$" mw the bs. KETITOE IC MIo tberi n Si i oL 81dm.
In t6gm I* Catain Lays.. ma. U __ S,_IL_06
w a Of w o b bsestManufacturers of the Jame DIg Improed Englih
do m"Da Dimp&g .M 0 O hp m(c -rUr DA S ISland COlton (in, and SupplIk for sam
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Wi.'Nals Street, h. TE:LPHOWU 4)4
T *tLt DAL cyrx, published every suorning ex.
NV at Niroday, delivered bty carrier in the city, or,
a"ld ano ay pert o the United States, poetage
11, for a year: 52.0 stix montihIe fi.three
. meths:r or 5o cents for five weeT -strictly la
Reading noticesin localaoluma so tst a lbu
forfrst insertion. and ocrat foreacbha itiomal
Rates for display advrtishna made known ao

The Twice--Week I essa eight-ph-e. forty-
cosbmo paper, publtihd every Moaday ond
Thartday, and coutai eSa the news of the
ek, local, "tate and Fenral, and will be
.- tild, postage fre, to any pert of the Inited
O at or Canada, for Is.oo a year-la advance.
All advertising bills become due after Art
appearance of advertisement, unless otherla
aipulated in contract. Plrties t koown to o
wll be required to pay for advertisli lan ad.
e ws. Address, THE DAIUY BUN,
OAuMWvUAL., rL.a

The life insurance investigations
should take a holiday vacation.

The battleship Louisiana showed a
speed of 18.9knots an hour in her trial,

It ls hoped that the Senate won't dp.
mand shorter hoors after January lIt.

Premier Witte thinks he has a
fighting chance. He sure has a chance
to fight.

Oanadian soldiers have decided that
bereafter they will not be used by
theboir country where there are any dif-
fleoltlie with union labor.

The Booth is very mebh interested
It adjolting matters with the Chi-
nae. The eeleItialia e many Ootton
goods, and It Is well that we keep on
friadlt terms with them,

Thoossads of aIraers anwered the
adeger h eat of a man who offered to
aeH "a reo(pt for making a pooud of
better from a pint of milk and a tea-
spoonful of our preparation."

It must be a strrible thing to be oon-
noed within the limit of Annapolis
Asadomy and be deprived of boxing
gloves. But Merrlwether might slip
some bras "knooks" In his pocket.

The government does not refund
under any clreumaaenoes the fee bald
when an application for a patent lI
led, even if it is found the article or
Invention s a ot entitled to a patent.

An orange wau picked from Senator
MoConkey's grove near Winter Park of
the novel variety that weighed 44
ounes. measured 22 Inches In diame-
ter and its polp uice measured about
three quarts.

Rev. Frederick Paso has been hoe.
en editor of The Florida Christian Ad.
vocate by the M E. Conference, to
soueed Rev J It. l.ey. Iev. Paseo
il a man of much ability and the noe
letlion is a good one

An eminentt medical man says the
grip, or influena. has about run Itself
out. LeO' Ie : the grip is of Russiaa
origin, and perhaps they may pt up
some new peetilence before they get
to their Witre's end.

One of the Sultan's guards shot at
him a few days a r when he tried to
stop a quarrel among them. Not
knowing who was the iolliy party, the
tultaa decided to put to death the
whole outfit, when they all skipped.

John M. hearing who uoeeeds Sen.
etor Mitehell from Orego. l. a Iemo-


If the plan of President Jordan of
the Southern Cotton Amooiation are
fulfilled, the msas convention of the
association, to take plaee in New r0t
leanr, Thursday. friday and Saturday,
January 11th to 18th, 1906, will be the.
ocession for one of4t4e most strikfng
ce!elrHtione in theaniallof the cot.
ron industry ever held In the South,
for after a year of unprecedented and
continuous victories, the Southern
0otto4 planters will meet for the par.
pose of more closely welding their or.
ganization and to discuss and decide
upon important questions affecting the
welfare of their lodoutry.
Organized eleven months ago at
New Orleans by a monster assembly of
over 8,000 farmers, merchants and
bankers, the Southern Cotton Asso.
eiation has proved itself a factor of noa
tional and international power and at
the January oavtntion further ateps
will be taken to insore to the farmers
still farther advantages to which their
position wttteis them. "One of the
chief features to be emphasized is the
continued holding of the balance of
the unsold qrop for higher prices, so
as to average the present crop for as'
near 12 oents a possible, and this ean
be done only by selling at 16 cents,"
writes Mr. Jordan.
"We mass do this and we must die.
cuss o..;er matters of great importance
ander the following general heads I
"The advisability of speedily bring-
ing about direct trade relations be.
tween the spinners of the world and
the cotton producers.
"The importance of extend ig the
work of the assoUlation as rapidly as
possible throughout the cotton belt, so
as to make the work absolutely effee.
tive. The imperative need of seourting
faeillties for handling the crop in the
both, by the erection of standard
built warehouses where cotton may be
weighed and elassified by expert man.
agers and the reeeipte underwritten
so as to make them negotiable in any
financial senter or where they can be
bought by exporter or spinner and
tendered for delivery of cotton at seeb
time s it may be needed for sonasump.
tion. In this way the erop ean be mar.
keted slowly and the osppli regulated
to met the legitimate demand of
spinners. This plan would tend to at
onoe limit the range of speulatton,
avoiding the present wide fouetuation
that are Injuring both to the prod oer
sad spinner and place the future hand.
lagl of otton on a sound, safe and
conservative basis.
"The "curing from Congress of an
appropriation for the immediate por-
pose of sending out properly selected
commlsioners to foreign eountrile in
the interest of extending to such for.
elga countries the on of American
cotton and cotton goods. This I be.
lieve to be the true solution of the oots
too problem of the future and In that
way production need not be retarded,
but, on the contrary, all the eolton we
ean prodnee may be consumed In the
various markets of the world."

According to a decision handed
down by the United States Supreme
Court a few days beak the fellow who
rane a gambllblg jolt or permits gam-
bling on property oader his control isl
liable for every cent lost by any person
who plays in any gambllnlg gae. This
deeislon bouht to effuetoally put a stop
to gambling almost everywhere. All a
man who loses money in one of these
plaecs has to do as to bring alit and
prove hs loss and the pr prietor will
be forced to make g'tod.

Syndicate artallee on the rate bill
and other tatitere before Oongrem
aru noow haTriK full sway in many pa-
pers. That will be about all it will

amount to It has bees decided by
the powers that the Oovernment hab
ao right to make rates, and that will

New York has got all the Senator lt
wants as the preeeot time They did
waln more some time ago.

Weoler anow'd this Ala
SWe oleor One a Ibjlare re

erat sad jedagg from report r ery ward for aay ease of estarrh that a-s
popular, as he reWived the united en- not be seand @ by Rdai' taarr Oura.
Sderaesst of his party and that of F.PJ. C lasr Coo.. Toledo. 0.
-y Ropubhlan Governor Chainm We. the eadeormied. have ka F.
beoala evMeatly complied with the J. Chme fut the la UItmU. sand he
t0*l wishtoH. oveyblea precly manom be l all
basaeOe a-uaO aMd 1amsafy

S --= ... ..~, o K o w...... wo. . oa N
Ten-n Ukt IS.01P Jewo we abletaorwnn- yoMt ly aaeam me

smns lmmgb. net what makes it i Whem-e D"-hft. Two"e,
more ndl ft,-la the e that they alh 08aabik Oan i tas an.
a'tleralie of othe Coar aosy. Mle- Oa lla f 1

g ^ oeJb e s4 eku. a &S
tasgotheew at- p
a s'- ." T11 a s h ^*|a

W*er s ath woeld te poor fnod
9*0 0l hi-fhood if weath were
Probaj Mr. Andrew OCraeree oaly
thea A ery "'Abolish w;alth In a
PiakieIlawenpe. The dasger la that
the oabalaused may take him too liter*
ally.. ISa there is nothing more eer-
tauin ader the sun than that thi poor
live oa the rich and couldn't live ,
well, if they eoold live at all, without
It bold. always be borne in mind
that s oo ovtry could possibly progren
withoeat waithy olaaw, not from laek
of epitl al.on, for the Stte might in
some way m set hat need, bt through
laek of apration. It is the dealre of
the rieb vad not of the poor that
prompt anadjapire every advance that
Is made io art and sioaiee and still
more lnanisttry.
. Tho talth for everyone from Mr.
Canoren out to the eircumferenee of
the social) irele to hold on to is that all
orts and conditions of mea depend on
each otber. Intricate loerdependenee
is the unlversal law of nature. The
poor depend on the rich and the rieh
on the poor and the abolition of
wealth or, to put it move accurately, of
the Impulse of the enterprising to aet
uomolate wealth, would be calamitous
to both.

There is talk of a sugar factory being
started at Sarasota. It would take half
a dosena msar factories to sannl) the

nued of this State alone and the cane
raised in Florida is as good as any
grown in the world." There is no better
syrup than the Florida prodoot and ex-
pert bousekeepers say that it excels
any they ever used for cooking purpose*

The St. Loole Tribune has the best
State news Items of any weekly paper
published In Florida and is a good all*.
around Florida weekly.

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Br&if Hapenings From Various
sections of State.


Transprin In "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busy Reader-Jtems of Interest to
All Classes.
Judge R. McConathy has been elect-
ed mayor of Ocala.
The marshal of Fort Brooke has been
placed under arrest for ausnlting a
citizen of that place.
If nothing unforeseen happens, St.
Augustine will be illuminated with
electric lights before the year is gone.
Tampa is said to have the best side-
walks of any city in the State. Tampa
is wise, as they will avoid damage
Ooala will be illuminated with 60
arc lights. Gainesville has a large
number of "ark" lights, we should
S judge.
Judge Martin of Orlando and a Ren-
tleman from West Virginia will plant
r a 25-acre pecan grove long the shores
S of Lake Highland.
The Cocoa and Rockledge News
wants to know who will be their next
representative in the Legislature.
Wait until the primaries are held.
The osual number of winter erooks
are coming South and St. Augustine is
the first city to be pestered by them.
Several thefts have been reported.
"Laura Padgett, wife of Bob Padgett.
colored, of Welborn, was burned so
badly Wednesday that she died. She
was sitting near the fire when her
Selothing ignited.
SCoaductor Lane fell from a Seaboard
train near Lake Ogden Tuesday night
and was rendered unconsoions for a
time. The train was running slow or
S he would have been killed.
Capt. A. 0. MatDonell of the Sea-
board Air Line presented with a
S fine gold-headed an by the members
of the late Methodist Oonference, s a
Ststmonial of their appreciation of
his numerous kindnesses to them.
Roy Haloes, machinist at the
I COrystal River Lumber Mill, met a sud.
dan death Tuesday. while working
around the maohlaery. His elothian
eagbht li a belt. He was 80 years
old and leaves a wife and onethild.
The meeting at Carrabelle to take
into eonsideratloo the improvements
of the harbor at that place is surely



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Will Demand NHour Work Day and
Rarconltion of the Union.
|Stamokin. Pa Dc. Il,--The an-
Si umber of delegates from *,. Scran-
ton, Vlilkesbarre oeal r ~h.i l arrived,
not Odl toe UM40 Br' 10411114 here today so that th 'Y 111:L:t caucus
C ea.Ceas, 1-a ri. 'L with the delegates tIint 'th. chnylkll
Se Tbmd a LIa, aha Premiemr. region with reference to 11: I minands
Coemiapalsm a- aP M w as rrs U m l which are tto b4 fornilaiw(t at the
nW ^a md It saiMdfL p miners' conventoa whicl, oil ns here
aml u 'lam 'e teiad Aadait President Mitchell andl lJi-rict Pres.
OIOMUtSMIO CO M a Stret Nw Yerwk Ident John Fahy of the Ni:. h district
S.-.. -- held a lengthy ceferet'nc e I 'r sldent
bound to prove of importance. Peo. Mitchell's headquarters .arlv today
pie all along the Georgia, Florida and concerning certain mea.suris that the
Alabama Railway are. alhre to the miners will endeavor to haave n.lopted.
work. It will be a bnm for that part i The delesatea who iav\ arrived
of this State. aeem to be unailmous in ihelr de-
Sis thrmakin mands for an -lour <'WorldIay and the
.Isi possible that a sar-making recognition of the union.

tiii to cost a quarter or a million anro
lars may be erected in the sular-eane-
growing country of Georgia and Flor-
ida. Capt. D t. Purse of Snvanuah,
who is active in the project, has re-
ceived a letter from Mr R. C. Camp of
Sarasota, Fla, offering to supply the'
entire 15,000or 20,000 tons of cane neee
essary for the faotory.-Southern Farm
Malgaine. .
The Live Oak Daily Democrat of De-
cembe 18th says: "Mrs. Inez West-
brook, a handsome matron from Molil-
trie, Ga., arrived in the city Tuesdav
morning and registered at the Ethel.
'Toueday night Samuel A. Fackler. ed-
itor of The Orystal River News, arriv-
ed here on a belated train and at lI,
o'uloek Jodge Conner united the
couple in marriage." The fraternity
throughout the State extends congrat-




Pe-ru-na, Used as a Last Resort, Cured Her of
a Severe Attack of Catarrh of the Lungs.




Atlanta Lodge Restrained.
Atlanta, Dec. li.--Jil&e'o I' n(lleton
has granted an tajunctin to F. P.
Kern restraniing the Atlanta lodge,
No. 1, of the Internatlonal Association
of Mechanics from pilcketing bhi
works. The petition for sile.i an in.
junction was filed a numlai r of months
ago by the petitioner. % no employed
a number of skilled wornmen In re-
pairing old engins and o:her kinds
of work.
lthmian Canal Commission.
Tampa. Fla., Dec. 15.--At a meet-
Ing of the city council a movement
was inaurnrated for hollingl in Tampa
In 1908 an lntenatlonal Isthmian ca-
nal expoaltloa to celebrate the begin-
ning of the constmctlon of the Panama
canal. Resolutions drawn by Pres-l
dent Brown of the Florida state fair

A laughable Incident occurred were passaaed providing for tie prelln
Wednesday. A negro was walking be- Inary steps.
tween the Brown House and ths bow! -
ilg alley, with his head bowed and Put Ploin In Meal.
studying. Suddenly Mary. John H. (battanooga, Tann, Dec. 15 -As tb
Sparks' big elephant that had broken result of dosing corn meal with rough
loose, gave a snort when within fire on rats, a portion of tie meal bein
feet of the negro, walking toward him, borrowed by one sister from another
and when he 16oked up and saw what W1lliam Murphy, a negro. is dead an
was before him he jumped over a high one man, two women and three chi
chicken coop and made for tall timber. Jren wre very bockom o e and e@
If that darkey has stopped running the ou were at bottom of the tragedy
fet not no known toaoy oitisen of Live To Nro ri
Oak. The incident caused much mer- atont rtag tc 1e -t nec
riment for the onlookere.-Live Oak frolic on the fsb of Dr. L O.
Daily Demoerat. Cala., about m ttes from town, Nlxl
SG Calhoun, In a ft jf jealousy, shot an
O bus G, Dec. 1 .-Jude t.killed Julia JLason. Three ball
Oohnbur. GO.. Dec. 15.-Judge Lit.
U s took a divorce c -aseJ U his own took effect, any ont. of which would
tie took a divorce cue In hls own
bate produced death. Nixie mad
hand in Muscoge superior court and b p d Nixie
dlre(od the jdry to bring In a verdlct till at lar
for the defendant and agalnat the
pialnUf. The plaintiff, who l now a The Requisite of Beauty.
resident of Texas, and who wishes to The flrst reqirste of beasuy is
marry again, alleged desertion to hl elear complexion Orino Lsxativ
petition. The wife proved tjat s e IFruit Brop clears a sallow, blotches
was the one who was deserted. compleloa, a it stimulate the live
and bowels, a id the eyes beom
Lost Life In Flame. s bright aod elear You owe it to you
Lavonla, Ga.. Dec. 15.-Whilie Utandl friends to take it if your complexion i
Ing near an open replace, Mrs. I. 'bd. Oriso Laxative Fruit 1yrtp doe
rlbrigit, wife g6ae.al t ga bmer, not assoate or arile and is is ver
safered, suppoedly, a ttack of p. l iea t to tak e isea substitotei
ralysis and fell into the nre. Her aged J. W. Meolilan A Company.
sad very n lar mother was attraeted -|_**_ -

from an adjotning room by the aoise
and hasteed to ber daughter's aatst-
ano. ____.__
Luse an a Sts Test,
Rockland, Me., Dec. I1.-Tbe bat-
Ueahilp Loaulalsa was sat ovtr the
measure mile emoae ar Owls Hea4
a easily exceeded the goveramet
rnouirenetas of 11 knots an hour.
lTe maximum speed developed was
U.9f4 knots aad her builders expr
conadence that the ahip can aU a a
speed of 19 knots.

Ceonveestot spe. |Ii-
Wasrmate. Oa., Dic. 1.--a1 grl
ruoutal and Cap In or, two Bego .
eoatcta. NSeaped fr the guard .
are t large. They amaed to carry
away with them a a with whl b
tMy ut ts e haa T ax s4ee n ma

have bhem by the Aer Ia wo h
tfetak Dey wtUi be able to capture Qo

NoW.e Ae DSa d. .
ladea Doe. 1.-4 death Wa&
asmsed ftro ay Wi tIam a.rp,

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1iI Thousandt of wo(meno Owe their lives
TiM Sesot"Ho CaW o f Mr& to 'ertna. llutndrixis of thlousands ow
CaMwe is the Talk of later their health to Peruna. Hundreds of
AoquerMltat a. thlnuianls are praIsing Poruna in every
r I lr state of the 'Union.
Mrs. Ida 'Caldwell, N ,earl ir.,t. tVe have many thousands of letter
Bloux City, Ia., Vle-President ( Washington, writes: t use them in public print, whielh "1 suffered with estarrh i, f the r ...nver he used for want of Iapse.
ptratory organ off andl on for tir latti Cehtl r weMa t be uchA curse
three years until I thought it wsa InustMcitrtyifthepplAethoNelWisr
obronlo. My chest and lungs were lr" erl Md l m It matl Ae
rated and I had to U4.. the greatest Ifrrelt M tsieoeeprtea thfrmrA&
care not to expose myself to chilly air IssIVar~dse wpI YAJ orvk
or dampnea as it increwd my trouhle-. If you asffer from catarrh, buy Pe-
"A phC~ c adl) "id ame o try a runs to-day, for a day gained on the
cranO* fCaeM et I wl k r t, enemy, oaterrh, mean a day neaare
1ve Mry ImRsy. Aeol to wo recover
d rl aSI r, I We have on file many thousand tetl-
waI e gre I sti 'ee .f astiblt.r monials like th one glTen here. We ace
l I f teN M fWe M nIae BO only Iveour reader a slight Illimpo
tI L am Wfa l urd me. I wAD rIw of the rvat array of unolicrlted endorWe
lieved within three days and after tw, mnts we are reeetving. Nuother phy-
months aad a half the Irritation wne s ilrn in the world has rMwelvet nauh S
Lone, my lung perfectly healed audr my volume t nf rnthul.iaatLi' ttirmuf thanhta
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SMan $ad Re W 1thlm Son
About i
Wanesboro, Ga, I)i .-At Wllis
Isorge Gllssom, wag:4 Alt 25 years,
'Wt and killed 4tJaMe, W. C. Gill.
'ioa. The y00i man came home
Sdrunk and wai 'utstrated wit by
2hls father tai g enraged about
his father 'Ito him. The old gen-
Stlia MtieP to his room and locked
the dbA l iearang a shotgun, George
*aOo1P b e lOoking for his father, and
l iJkIf. door locked, broke it open
4W D one, hitting 11s father in
SI~~L h, wounding him so bajly
dUed la about an hour.
s'lng what he had done the
~m, man fed from the house. He
Villa pursued by his young brother,
JIobS, who fired at him, wounding him
s the arm. George has not yet been
arrested, and when last heard from
was at W. C. Parrish's, near his home.
ire at EJeotrle Plant Cauee All Ma.
chinery to top.
Brunswick, Ga., Dec. 16.-Hrunswlck
was in total darkness Wednesday
algbt; every piece of machinery oper-
S ted.by electricity was at a stani sll,
S ad the water supply la threatened,
as the result of a fire at the plant of
Se Mutual Light and Water com-
s ay. The electrical department was
put completely out of business, most
of the machinery being damaged, amJ
Ht Is not known how long the water
supply will last.
very place of business was In dark.
eass, and the altuation is quite a serl-
ous one.
The Mutual people are unable to
make a statement as to the Ilo, neith.
or can they state when the plant will
be able to resume operations.

Government Employs Many.
Wahltngton, Dec. 15.--Tbe ofdoal
sister of the United States, "The
Iu e Sook," w'ich is about to be its
S e dives a recapitulation of the m.
SIn the diLerent department,
S .wlg a total of 26,481 persons ta
Service In the city of Washington,
eeolving an aggregate compensation
i O 1?,ttl5,709.
Chlneae students Rev~t.
S Toio, Dec. 14. 11:30 A. M.-=ghty.
two hundred Ohinee students, In.
seai d at the ceptance of the r pig
matlot of Tusuru Kubota, president of
the t Imperial university, by Prim.e
Malter Kateras, have resolved to
gtrp to China. Two tbouaad have
Sh ready left thil city.
Oanel Ofeocers Return.
16ew York, Dec. 1.-On the steam.
er Mexico, arriving yesterday from
Panama, came red Maltby, division
ag later; L F. Dubos, superintendent
o f eootructlou; Manuel Settoon of the
I. bor department, James Jeater, dla-
S bring eulcer. and ira Ulles. super.
vi or of labor. All spoke well of the
S reeet saitary conditions on the
tLJa ua.

SOlereones Apparently Settled.
S Toklo, Dec. 14. I P. M.-The differ
ea which exiat between the Im.
poeral ualversity and the government
have apparently been settled by the
eooeptane of te reaignatloa of Pres.
S det Yuxuru Kubota by Premter Kat,
lura, who will now take up the port

A Fearful Fate.
It is a tearful fate to have to endure
S the terrible tortore of pile. "le an
:. trathfulli any." writes Harry Col)oa
S of MaMonviit, Is., "'hat tor blind.
L bleedlln, itehnl and protrudinK pilh,
S laeelea' Anaiea Salve ia the best
L o a ie." Alo beet for eua. burna
sad lajurtle. 25 at all drauggilets.
:, Onsee i elected at Wamrrnton.
S Warreon. Ga.. )ie 1S --In the

S umietpal election held here J it. Rat.
t ie wa elected by a large moaority.
The ecoumwtimes letAl to serve with
r. battle are O Pitapatrick. W.
T. Wras W. W S0eas. D L. Wick.
or and i I ektaeo

DAion KleeOA Ole
Daltoa, (i ee 1 --t-H. P. Ovard
he beeo eleted may of d a tos, deo
S 8taIr Dr W 1A Wood by a majorty
4 I John W Caylor. J Kirk phr
- L ar IL Woow weie elee4d
1N--- early $40 voe ere

mat odi oI ad i tbehir bowels
la Mm assea..
: - 5EV
',. tel i ad ca awter

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Cleanllness in Coeing a Feature.
Everything in Season Cooked to Order.
speelalt es.
COFFEE the Best.
o Wet Main Street. I.

Hague Conference Plans Suspended.
Washington, Dec. 14.--The state de.
apartment has been informed that the
plans to arrange date for the re.
assembling of Tie Hague conference
has been suspended for the time be-
nlg, and It is now believed to be im-
possible for the second conference to
meet early next year, as was once ex-
pected. The delay does not arise from
any indispositlon on tie part of the
great powers to accept the Rusa8In
emperor's invitation, but simply be-
cause an important feature of the pro.
gram cannot. be agreed upon until the
government of Switzerland has ao
Want Pay Increased.
F-vinnah, Ga., Dec. 14.-4ttches
fr -:i Macon and Atlanta St- ah a
new system of pay, bued tA ft saim
of train, is asked for by the enlneere
of the Oentral railway system. Tils
Is an error. The facts are that the
men want a uniform increase In pay
amounting to a quarter of a cent per
mile. The matter will be again con.
sidered here one day next week, at
which time it is expected that every.
thing will be amicably adjusted.

Furious Fighting.
"For seven yearp" writes Geo. W.
Bofman of Harper, Wash.. "I had a
bitter battle with bhronic stomahb sad
liver trouble, but at last I won,anod
cured my diseases by the ue of Ele.I
tried Bitten. I unhesltatingly reeom.
mend them to all, and don't Intend in
the future to be without them IL the
house. They are certainly a wonder*
fol mediaeoe, to have poured eooh a bad
ease as mine." Sold under loaramn
tee to do tbo same for you, by all drg-
gists at ae a bottle. Try them today.
Wolv Are Killed.
Birminghaa, Ala, Dec. 14.-A ape
dial to The Ledger from Ouin, Marion
ooaun, state taat there are a number
of wolves In the county and that ev.
oral have lately been killed therm.
Thomas Justice shot one whose hide
masured 6 feet in length.

Misused the Malls.
Columbus. O.. Dec. 15.-James A.
Herlihy of Chillicothe. charged with
misuse of the mails to the advertise
ment of a preparation which Herlily
said would obage negroes white, has
been found guilty by a jury la the
Uaned States court.
MAtehl's Su1ooeer Appointed.
Balm, Ore., Dec. 15.--overnor
Chamberlata has announced the ap
potatment of John M. Oearin of Port*
land. to succeed the late John H.
Mitchell as United States senator froa
Oregon. Mr. Oearit la a DemocraL

Peabody Heads Mutual Life.
New York. Dec. 14.--harles A. Pe
body was elected president of the Mu
toal Life insurance company at a meet.
In of the board of trusts toda.y.
Mr IPabody's election was unanimous.

Priaoners Attacled Shetwf.
Darien, (a.. Dec. IS -The ahertf of
this county was almost overpowrd
by prisoaera here in the Jail. Oe
pritsoer escaptli. the others are aat.
The sheriff wa nurt, bhut not sertously.
Dead By Own Hands.

Atlanta. l. ', 1 ('t',rt, KI e.
who shot and fatally wounded hlrself
while ina a t of 4ppodendcy, dau to
Il health, died Thursday aftera o at
the Oraly hoeptaL

ui.ora A RL MeSIM &r
btt Wasa. about w h o ampo
beeateoa ad boee tt. has arrived to
pt. The 3i t was st la stit whee
the W came tae up e baor.
Oeelde Agnsit HarLe.
AJbaay. N Y. Dec 14--nThe cou
d appeeWa detdod the bllet boa cM
Iaiest W. IL Mear.
Nort ibmerw.
I'ndised owd ad to ia the Mtm.
ash, Waledl it beob the bheat.

C ^b $ W,1 -a11 b^Sff
P10 11OW r1=
C: Ilk

AttlSAta6 ^4 -A sao, bosa ft
me baby, naped a pclrtoa of
an old sIrtwalst, has been oad by
two huntae ht a clump boatu suar
this city. The child appeared lt han
been l the sbderbrush for akety two
days aad their was nothing ao the
body by which it could be ideatifled.
ChrIltma Holiday Rates.
The Atlantl oast Lnoe, to give ev-
*ry on op pportonity to visft heir
hbore oa friends, will ell tSlelte" as-
edat of he Ohristmas bolidayi be-
twes all plate at one and' ooethird
fares plu s t Sty-fire (I) eta s for
the round tip. Thee ticket will be
on eale Deember 224, 2Md, i2th, th,
80th, a1st sad laeosry 1st, Inal limit
ofM ea uaary 4th.
For stedeate ao d teachers tbeee ame
rates will.apply with the exception
that she will be on sale Deeo aber
17th toMIth, oslnive. Thet tickets
will only be old to students upon pre-
ontatlonof aeortifleate signed by the
priaelpai and presidents of the vari-
ous Itltttions.
All of thboe who have daughters
oming here Obhrttmas should call on
Atlantio Oat Linae agents or write
Frank 0. Boyletou, District Pasenger
Agent, Jeaekoenille, Fla.

Remerkable Cure.
"I was mueh aMdeted with satatiea,"
write Ed 0. Nod, lowaville, Sedgwiek
Co., Kan., "golin about on erosehes
and offering a deal of pain. I was
indoued to try Ballard's Snow Lini.
meant, wbih relieved me. I used
three 80 bottle. It is the lreatet
lilament I ever aed. Have recom-
mended ist j a somber of persons.
All.ezprea themaelvee as belng bane
fted by it. I now walk without
ratcbeas, able to perform a gret deal
of gllbt labor on the farm. e, 0e
and t1. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Low Rates to New Orleans and Retorn
Via Atlantic Coast Line.
The Atlantle Coast Line announes
that It will ell tekete from all point
on its lines to New Orleans, La., sad
return oa D aesber 27, 26, 190,6 as
she rate of one Irntolass fare, pals 5
eots for the round trip. Final limit
of all tieheer will be January 6tb, 10O,
prior to midalght of whleh passenger
most rehb orillnal starting point. For
farther Information see Atlanti Oaet
Line sptas or write Frank C. kByls-
to. District Paseienter Ageon Jaok.
sonville, Fla.

Because they are the best
in the land for the money!
Ask your dealer for the
"Funny Jim" Shoe and in.
sist on getting it

The Florida
Fruit and Truck Grower
L.t BIU-T, Miaer ad prm r,
O e Tea t. ...................... *
sndl eop .................. 1

the tralt sad veget8i l rewre of
A pial trial edwiple of d
u OatWvl bl eel am e soeit of Ua
eatho.k tt1oe tab"


S Iea Poee

MO imeha ee- ahseb eep
fee- Ftof. -o S ---te w _hb dimsa

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Jackeonville and New York,
alling at HOARLESTON, 8. 0., both ways.
b. flmet 8tIM-U is in the CeMlhi 8nr. i.
The Vlyde New England and Southern Lines
Diret Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
8,3M1Z- W .tu'XKLY S.& IL.N=G-
Southbo .............................From Lewis' Wharf, Bton
Northboad:................. From Foot of Catherine at.. Jaksoavllle

Clvde St. Johns River Line
ftoppina at Palakts, Astor, St. Franeis, Beresford (DeLand). and latermedle
Landita onB t. Johns River; commencing Wednesday, November 15, 1906,
Ire appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, daily except Sateq.
days, as 8:80 p. a. Returning, leave Sanford, daily except Sundays, at 9:.w, ai.

Lave pm ...................Jacksonville............. ..Arrive S
8 I pm ...................Paltka....................Leave 8S 01i
00a ................... .....Astor ............... .... I -
A am ..................... St. Fran is ...................
............... Bereeford (DeLand) ..............
Arrive :O am ....................Sanford ................ 9.
10t am ..................Eaterprise .................. 10i0aau
M. IO ON a. J.. AmL Gea. Pss. Ar.. Im West Bay st.. JlackoevUe, aL
W.O. Ooo, Jr lFreis Atr. O.P. LOVeL. aSeslealSet
Soot of Bogan street. Jaokvo rll.s. VI.A
A ITfft' P t.. New York. CLYDE MewT
.WM. P. fLYDE s 00.'
General M an r. General Agents,
wbroaf B oliataef. it Su street. New Ymork
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Retailers and Jobbers tn

Staple and Fancy Grocerin,

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Highet market price paid for Chiekens. Egg and other Prudoee.

A Complete rtoca ol HR Corn, Oats, Floor, Bran, Meal, Cotton eed NMel
ad e We handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
Pc,. and guIarantee satisaetio always,



In advertiginggis to convince you that YOU ought to
have a bank aooount, and that the account should be

kept in THIS BANK.
to our depositors


Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
New Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR-PRO0F
SAFE. with our Oficers Bonded, with Fire and Burgllr
Insorance, your money and valuable papers are safe
with vs.
FOUR PER CENT Interest Paid on Time


Alachlua, Florida.
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ru" ftfo nuNUMl &ad ishieg

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-LU IP---AYN--


4le ,mOW a

e eminent nautlea
by narlators. They
a dqetelant the po
Sab te time the oh-
calculated by thel
moon. The stars are
e principal atar of
iecood grade; Alde-
Wde, In the rich as.
e, aaily distingushed
Pollux. second magul-
readily known by Its
with the brighter Cas-
first cnss star in th~
(hence often called C(or
u's Ilearti; Spica Vir-
:class star In Virgo. re-
icuous from being in-
dark surroundliug field;
e, generally kiiownu a
agUiLuMe; Alpha Pegasi.
S usually termed Narkab;
zi p:itude. In Scorpio.
by ii; tflcry r( l color;
Arst class. lu PI(.lA .Aus-
se 1tars aIn convl TenCIn:ly
reference to the Uooun'
used for taking tabhl! of
by makitr; of nautl it:l
order t) enable vev.oe!
educt their longitude. The'
the center of the iu,,ut
of the nine conusll dai, u
the ecliptic are (' iiqilut4l
t care for every three
the year at Greenwicvh.
broad ocean the navl gtor
Ition by marking when
Distance. set down ac-
the almanac for the day
o ecurs, as seen from his own
id deduct thereby his where.
a the watery waste.-Mllwau-

oo*es, Meoth Frmen sad
Dimple Deatues.
bt artificial nose nowadays
Of paper mache, enameled.
a aoes is fastened to a spectacle
eomettlima for the sake of con-
and thus may be put on or re-
at brlet notice.
s a patented contrivance,
t resembling a clothepnlu, for
t to the nose to give to the
a proper taper. Another device
to Improve the lines of

a few people have no roots to
mouths, havlng been born with-
any, or In other cases having lost
by disease. For such unfortu-
artifiial mouth roofs made of
rubber are furnished.
Thre s a patented device for clean-
tag the tongue, conslstng of a knife
wth a concave edge to which a sort of
Spoms brush Is attached. When one
to not well one's tongue Is liable to be
disageeably coated, but the annqy.
mace may be removed by means of the
Instrument described.
SIf you desire dimples you may wear
a certain kind of wire mask at nilht
to which are attached blunt wooden
poats that uay be caused by the help
ot screws to pre" upon the points
where the dimples are wanted. Thus
after awhile the dimples are made to

Am Old Dalsshk Law.
An act of parliament, passed In the
rWn of aGeorge II. and which is still
I force, ezempts members of the yeo-
mary from the ballot for the militia,
thema to rlde through a toll bar
oa form without paying and
m rvee them from the tax o
for the hair. tuch privileges
hgy valued I 1n84, W me
was plasse; but, as younm ar
mow liable for the militia ballot.
S bars have been kbolliaed and s
rpwder is no l er request.
tavor have camed to bave say
valwe. Nevertheles, they stU
Leadm MaIl.

A Mhumk~o A~ebb&mbp.
a famousarchbishop of
es to that de peMim
the very lwiI t. Bowas
m a a poa weulw but w nevo
at his PmeNap so UK soy
owef toim mn bato be
peemcilin hi p ss
clrogpar w Io ssiawr
bedthe owoeesat a ft" bwop
U .s Cdana" atMealf.t Prna"
boa* 0 Lof a ran wh

The We" uewV.

f'(,,ey OWNps-to m Wb
As=nd ge pow" d -, Is

Softata" oy of GNa dThOO
- Mpionlry a Week bmedft t-
00 1 no@& "empo to on

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The parties whoee names are signed
hereto have and do hereby ?orm and
organize themselves into a corpora-
tion, under and pursuant to the laws ol
the tet of Florida, and submit these
Articles of Incorporation:
ARTIrCL I-The name of this corpor-
ation shall be THa CreascNT M ANu -
TL'RINO COAPAY. The principal office
of 'ad corporation shall be at (taines.
vill, in Alachua county. Florida. This
corporation shall have the right to it.
tablish other plaeesof business within
the State, where it may secure proper-
ty, or desire to conduct business.
ARTICL II-The nature of the busi-
ness to be translated by this corpora-
tion shall be to boy, bold and o.ll real
estate and personal property; to buy
and sell timber and timbered lands and
naval stores; to manufacture, deal in
and sell naval stores. lumber and lum-
ber supplies, and to deal generally in
naval stores, and to conduct a mercan-
tile business In connection therewith;
and when necessary for the purposesof
this corporation, It may build, equip
and operate railroads, may dig ca-
nals. may equip and operate steam-
boats and other means of transport.
tlon, neither of which shall be need as
a common carrier.
AIRICLs Ill-The capital stock of
thiscorporation shall be Fifty Thou.-
and Dollars ($0.00000), to be divided
Into Five Huodred shares, of the par
value qf One Hundred Dollars
($100.00) per share. One hundred and
fifty share shall be leased at once to
the Ineorporaton, upon the payment
by them of the par value thereof as
subscribed. The balance of said stock
shall be held a Treasury Stock, and
may be hereafter Isued as may be pro-
vided by the bylkwq of thi corporation
and by authority of the stoekholders
of thieorporation, but no stock shall
be sold for lees than par.
ARaTctL IV-This corporation may
continue for the period of fifty years.
ARTICLa V-The bus!nese of this
eorporatloe shall be ecodneted by a
Preeldent, Viee-Presldent, Secretary
and Treasurer, and a Board of Direc-
tore oneleatlng of seve memb(n, a
majority of whom shall conatlttoe a
quorum. Said offleers hall be ehoena
from the stoekholders of said corporal.
tion, annually, on the first Saturday
of January of each and every year,
and the said Board of Direeton may
appoint any other offers, agents r
employes, or autborise the President
or Vioe.President to do so. Until the
election and qualiioation of other of-
feers the following shall be the offleer
of this corporation: T. W. Shands,
President; W. W. Hampton, Vice.
Pride nt : L J. Olyatt, 8Seretary sad
Treasurer; and T. W. bhaoda W. W.
Hampton, L. J. Olyatt, Antoine Paul,
B. F. Hampton.. J. Donald and L.
B. McDonald, Direetor.
ART L VlIwThsi corporation may
Incur and coatraet for indebtednes to
the extent of Fifty Thousand Dollars
ARTICLE VI-T-he namer and real.
deonee of the stoekholdern of said cor.
portion are as follows:
T. W. Sand. Oasleville. Fla., 80
shares. 8.000 06.
J. B. MeDoeald, Oaineeville. Fla.,
80 share, 8.000 00
L. B NeDonald. Oalseevlle. Fla.,
80 shares. (1000 00.
W. W. Hampton. Oaieslville. Fla.,
18 bharee, 18JO.00
B. F. Hamptoo. Gaaineville. Fla.. 1
bar. $I1, J 00.
L.J. Clst. Oalneeville, Fla., 18
amee. S18A0000
Antote. Paul. Oamlasille. Fla 1I
alare. $1,8I 00.
AlMeees eaoey.
On tble la day of Deesber. A. D.
al.po -ly lrred begfoa ase T.
W, mm4, WS. W. llamp J B.a
M BiPM, B. I. HaUmpe sad L. J.
01 s1, aI f holm _belga to me well
boe, sad kaes at be tie peo e1e
dore Ilare, Ias wlo sbseioed theira-
meM~tjMe~.Ioga L Arthle of In
amlajle, ilM- s-M- oy UMe ae
ste as sad Wp-er thereL sert
bfesh aend mawaed.
T. W. Ba-, i
t. I. Seaem ,
L. J. OursA.
Tsks nd4 ea--a lede bef e -
mItau le Gae at Demtabr. A. D.
arm. J. W.V O r,.

(matl t euptm OIeeb

cap M"m vFr ago&
We &we 6soa embeed aps
3SIWCW 3tI G i

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Can sell your oity property, (im.
proved and aulmpored), phosphate,
truakin and falrmlh lands. Send him
a list of what you o for r sale. 2142n.


Office in Badel lock.




OIver D)to a Oo's bank.

OGalDre tl


Omeo Is Mller Law Kxchbage
OAwam lu.. FLA.

JOHN NMUJnl Proprietor.
tlM It W. BH r t1..Jacksonvllll. Fla.
Faust ber, bothls and d aught. Dona'
fall to esal on me whrn In Jacksonville



Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy


Job Printing
. F o r ...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactorles, Etc
Legal Blanks on Short Notice.

Tbh following letter fren one of our
owl order cualomen k is .elt-uplana.
y Lo ievill#K, I.. Feb. .1 .
1. H. NOet..
Dewr girt Rer-wd the prlmtlme
"uter I@ doe timv, WWI Will my the
It Is rfletlysastlofsete. I like fte
"elmpos so Mueh aSet thnke for
your prompt astatiom I eIDl Order.
Tao yetruly

sead orders is Tu g u

Als~ehiseonauty 10Si mom na
Was. 45s go mil"tilmi OW
rw lu)Urued, U pesi eu.

r. psat1 p1.nw, ~-
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Southern Railway

Two Tnrins Iklly to 'Wiahli(rtom and N'i l'irk.

S>'he>iile effective No\eruner I:* <

To WnOM a MAT CoxcKRs:
Notice is hereby given that on the 8rd
day of January, A. D. 196., applies-
tion will be made to His Excellency
N. B Broward, Govenor of the State
of Florida, for Ltten Patent for the
nrganli(oaetnof aoporstion known as
The Creseat Mslfoaturin Company,
with its prneipa l ese e at Gain sville,
in Alachua eoaty, Florida. We sub-
mit herewith the proposed charter of
the said eorporaUoa.
Thisrrst day of Deoember, A. D.
1906. .. J. CLIATT,
J. B. McDoxis.I).
L. B. McPDos,.n,
W. W. HA\IrsT.,
B. F. HAMTiv',,,
.t. W. SlHANl,

No..Itt0and S--Iolly Puflt:.It I)jtoiitk
Roo4m amlO Itufud SloC'petnw vai. tiet%%r
Jaekllonvillle ontl L'Invinnati.

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.... D NTIST....

OMoe over Marous EMadPs Ph.I' f :* r:

And Qoliteor in Equity
Real Estate, 0oVynrcing and (Gea
eral Practice. All business promptly
attended to. Oflee next door to Sui!


J C LU.SK, Dikarltrh P1n%movrle r Agenti IO Vt1, 1 ~ % s ,Jeto~ n i 'lde F
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SFLn& B 0 Ra lw V

Air Line Railwa~

... FOR....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia, New York,

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.



Only Line Operating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jaoksonville to New Orloess

For full laformation and sle per reervatloai e*ll on anya *lgl eeboard o
write A. MAcDOMELL. ., 0. J0 HOYtlOn Ja.
Aet. General Palager Ager, Pasenar Apol,
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Time Table In elet September 4, 1106.

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as arrived ad is, a every-
se knows, the bt lbeaen
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hie ft reD mher ne toers awd
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er store ai d their hoappngp .
We hall eemseL e I sell RE.

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For Our

rver 10): PAfe@ Illlutrating

The Absolutely Pure

Orsages, freah from the grove every
day. Aland 20o eeot a does, at the
COe Orooery.
M. B. Davis, a surcesfol merchant
of Hague, was tran-acting business in
this eity yesterday.
Get your fine bottle goods and fresh
groceries for Sunday dinner as Mason
Bros'. Relishes of all kinds.
Another shipment of that floe Pea
Berry coffee, freh from the roasters.
ooly 26 events a pound, at the asuh
Tax Oolector WD. Diaekinon and
Tax Assessor W. W\ Cnlson are spend-
Ing a few days In the West End n offi-
cial business.
A beautiful art qoare makes a nice
Ohristmas gift. You can get one at
aboot eost now at the Gainesvlle Fur.
a itre Oompalny's.
Mrs. H. H. MeCreary has returned
from Jacksonville. She Is a member
of the advisory board of the Olussee
monument, and went to attend a
meeting of that board.
Ernest Molear, a chemist of New
York, formerly with the Amerioan
melting sad Redoing Co., has arrived
In the city, having accepted a position
wrltR H. Hersog. He is well pleased
with Galesville so far.
Friends of J. G. Torrey, chief clerk
in the offie of Division Superintend.
ent Ford of the Atlantic Coast Line,
will be pleaded to learn that he is out
again, after an illneu whish coonfoed
him to his room for the pas few days.
The old building at the corner of
West Union and South Pleasant
streets, owned by Mrs. 8. 0. Taoker,
is being reahingled and otherwise re.
paired. Is is the intention of the own.
er to place the building in good condi-
The box sooial given at the opera
houn yesterday afternoon and lat
night by the Baptist Young People's
Union for the benefit of the church
was well attended, and proved a most
sacessfol affair, socially and finan.
cially. A neat sum was realized from
this novel functloin
As we are overstocked with mules we
offer for sae eight good turpentine
mules and two four-horre wagons and
harness ln good condition cheap for
oash. Four mules and one four-hoe
wagon and harness M00, four mules
and one four-hone wagon and harness
N400. This is only three-fourth8' their
value. Can be eeo' at Lennon. Fla.
Smith Bros.. Lenaon, Fla.

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What W a1 Happenedand What is Oeing
to Happen Tod In Short Paragraphs
That "He Who Runs May Read"
SIt In The Sun.
SaU Industrial Edition 10 a copy.
H elas' hore-radish. Mason Bros.
jawd i ceased goods. 0Ouh

', Otl Homestead Flap Jack flour at
*ilia Bros'.
Christmas and New Year's cards
Son oils.
/'lem flat for rent. Mrs. Foe.
'i*lso Weat Main street, N.
.' akeks for immediate or future
4l lvy Keystone Bakery.
Perry M. Ooleon is looking after his
SUmber le lsis in the Weet nd.
The l Industrial Edition seat to
S*l ll. 1e poetage free, for 10 eeata.
Sl A. Morilln, the drouglit of Mie-
aso, was a business visitrtor tothis
*1iy yesterday.
Ios or strayed from Brown House
ard, pointer female pup. Boltable re-
m* l will be pad for return.
Extr seoplea the Indestrll Edi-
tlo of The Sun for sale at Aveom' and
Videl's news tands at 10 eon*.
Furnshed room to rent ea bloek ad.
Jolilg square O. atlemns teaant
preferred. Apply at lSe oie.
Lost-lmall bluk and tas pup, with
Wlobel sollr. Fielder return amo e
2 I. Olkreh sreet ad get reward.
For kBal-4 desirable suburban
hime city water; modern eo*aveo-
leoee. Addres X s kils oe. t
MrI. A Hudgiu returned yeater-
day from Jaekleoville. where she ha
ben on a pleasant visit o Mrs. Tulley.
Have you t ea thee beaotllfl aad
leastt rugec-goi at aboet seel-t
*be Olaeeville Furniture Complu'l?
W. Pery Van Noae has rotersed to
his houe la 8t Auseatlae after sev-
pral days spe t here loeag arter hi
exatesve real este lateret.
C D. May of Newberry. proprietor of
the New York Ralket, ue of the lrg.
*el etur of its kind i1 the eoanty.
iu a business visitor to this eity ye-s
lo seb
Preaeh Wllist. B r&n-l,. Pro
Briaeue. A imiel Moques. Na*
aJ, Velvet Ke Res. e p is
She inle St tial Puretture

Dit tlestpurteaode od the
A b OWN UsLIsa l d be
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Adada SomaaL .o es
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Breakfat food. Mason Bros.
Ladlee'calling cards In latest style
at o0n ofce.
1,000Christma cards and calendars,
beautiful designs, at Vidal's.
0. W. Wells of Alachoa was a bai-
ness visitor to Gaineville yesterday.
Some floe city and country property
for sale. 0. C. Pedriek, Gaineosvlle,
We keep a complete stock of gro-.
series and e aned Loods. Mason
Mr. and Mrs. 0 R. Green and baby
of Windsor favored Oalnesville with a
visit yesterday.
W. 8. Yearwood and Miss Lfllie
Yearwood of Melrose visited friends
in this ally yesterday.
Now is the time to order yoor Christ.
mau and New Year's eards. Fine line
of samples at The Sun office.
Turpentine lease for sale at this f.
goe. 600 per doses, $ per hundred.
Cash must saompany order. dawtf
The Industrial Edition of The Sun
Is on sale at Avera's and Vidal's news.
stands. Oet a copy and send it to
your friends.
You run no risk In buying Blue Rib-
boa lemon or vanilla estreat. The
makers give this guarantee: "Your
money back If they fail to please."
Ask for Blue Ribbon vanilla and say it
Warranty deed and mortgage blanke
for sale a th ofllo, the form I in
AlIehoa sooaty which aeves moaf in
reeordiag. $3 per hundred or 0ls per
doses by mall. Cash meot aeompany
order. dawtf
J. B. and L. B. MeDonald and fami.
lies have removed to Carrabelle, seer
which plae they amr iatermoted I
the Oro ena MsafiItamriag Oo., the
newly orgalnsed naval atomee coern
While friends hern reget to give them
up they aeverthelees w)I them much
seems and eoatealteat la their new
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Mobile, Ala., Feb. 16. 180W.
Dr. K. W. Hall, 8I LoAls. Mo --Iar
Sir: Derlag the ptas year we have
sold over swetly4or doesa "Hall's
(treal Diseeory" ftr kidey and blad.
der treeblIe and during lhat time have
received so earmaist.
Yes aniupetfelly,
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de, Maf'Oml Dieesr eu e all
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