Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 17, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01055
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXII, NO. 268



T IRE Two Train Hande Badlj Hurt in
SE AIINAL HADS aCincinnati, O., Dee. 14.-~A Times- STN NOOUT
-, S;:ar special from Eva nville. dld.
says: Passenger train No. 125. on the .
Said 'Harriman Before Inao mllnoIs central, early today was, Although Thel Oause in Appar

&Doe. In,.tigation..


S 'When Move Was On Foot to Give At
exander Control of Equitable by
Logiolative Action He Prevented
Bills Being Introduced.
N New York, Dec. 16.--, H. Harri
main, betfo h Inasurance lnvettlga
'tsodr'alld he wau ltmrnunta
S + ventiag bils from being Intro.
4,,t in the legislature to aid one
In t he Bultable to et control
-4le society.
't ha been openely charged," said
lMr. HIuhes, "tLat you get your polit
S ilcal influence through your relations
S with Mr. Odell."
S ,."I should say that Mr. Odell gets
Spoliticl iafaenec through his rela
tions with me," responded Mr. Harri

Mr. Harrimia aid that when a
move was on Soot to give the control
et Ihe 3altable to James W. Alexan.
der and his friends by means of legis.
native aotlom at Albany he wired cer
ta" persona at Albany to keep him
I lormed as to the progress such pro
ceedings might make.
Asked who these persons at Albany
were, Mr. Harriman requested tnat he
S be excused tfom answering. He said
he id not ast to answer because he
did not iat o give eooasion for sewn
eLatoMal' o a ew-r r dlia. The
cnm aluee's count li r. Hughes, re.
't l td for consaltation.
S .'''-Harrimea -sald be would like
,4 oasaulst omao before replying.
Ti committee decided, however, that
tbe should answer and be did so, my-
S fag that tae persons from whom be
bad requested the Information weol
Governor JLggins and the late Speaker
SNtxo of the assembly. Mr. Harriman
S d he learned of the sale of r.e
S % stock on the day that Mr. Ryan
t It. He telephoned to Mr. Ryan
ln asked him If he had bought it.
"Ryan aid the purchase was con.
ditlonal". aid Mr. Harriman. "and that
Le wanteda o see me and talk with
me ad tbht be wautd my help. I
erttilct s lan and wanted to know
S what e m t hby it. Te or 1 min-l
i tsU later I went to Mr. B ra' oo*e.
He told ae be hadteelded to buy the
tok and said It was t1o Mor his to
a ake a %ame for htbnel. He sald hbe
M bad decided to bay Hyel* taek pro
4 FTded e 6 a 9 et h1 io'a0la4e etest-
ed ejarwas of the boarLd He sa, beI
j | a ade a great ao*W of mow- aid
amr had doe anyUthna to make a
ainae for Minef. I atoesdme his
maotle. e had told m e wasted
m help; that I was the ae o u la
S e, Trk whose help he Jdtared.*
w i l o hel? abeo Mr.
"RO Mi .se'i for the lavestlgatg

'ft 'le M Id e shmian *minee
Sabi ma m thame oard. repbed Mr.

.ad as wf hiN gIea be had I r
Id -ntt Mr. Rrea's p&S narrInt

S well, ,. was ramirt 16
emps y hat Ryas wdas ted u otrsl
o of reu a or *;aoU be" irtral

w Wre ill S &is WM4b. I
|re Terk, Dee. .---sr Tesw

at 5. bmatoita. hW bUeed htkMsf

s tautly wesM aM eastes the
w: hit left the msarZ at CWar
J 1--aL a's, to OIorgs Maa, the

s plea. Dee. Id. -Thua J
gas r- astatabTTs a pser-
almae to *ah et *a t
| l al free the 1MhsaSt.

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wrecked by spreading rills nter the t
Indiana Stove Works. The engine
jumped the track and plunged through"
the wall of one of the buildings of the RANKS ARE BEING DESERTED
stove works, badly wrecking the buldJ.
Ing. A Pullman coah, which was I

hurled In another direction, struck a
second building and badly damage. it.
Frank Davil of Richmond, a switch-
man, had both legs crushed and may
die. *
Will Bock, the fireman, asa badly
There were 40 passengers on the
tra'n, who were oonalderably shaken
up, but no one was seriously hurt.


Would Cut Repreentatlon Becaue of
Washington, Dec. 16.-Repreaenta-
tive Bennett of New York has Intro.
duced a bill to cut down therepre-
sentation of southern states la con-
greas because of the disfranchisement
of the negro vote. The bill reduces
the entire number of representatives
from 386 to 351.
Tae several state would iave their
delegatloon reduced as follows:
Alabama from 9 to 6; Arkansas from
7 to 5; Florida from 3 to 2; Georgia
from 11 to 6; Louisiana from 7 to 4;
MIlssisappi from 8 to 3; Norti Caro-
lina from 10 to 7; Soaith Carblina from
7 to 3: Tennessee from 13 to 6: Texa
from 10 to 8; Virginia from 10 to 7.

reatI PreparalOHIs ng in Mau ruor
Election by Libea1 and a Strong
Appeal Is Made to All to Unite In
Restoring Order.
St. Petersburg, Thursda)., Ile 14.
Mloruing, via EydtklUhnu. E tit Prus.
sla, Dec. 15.-The emuitcio a InaIu
day. Diec. t, will be sinual:/',l b) an
Important ptasant IanDttisto auj the
publication of tae lecliou.
Dmitri Shipoff, president of the
Moscow Zenmtvo. the il1st c'oll :tIt ind.
Ing figure among the inuAlra t Lib.
erals, wio, with M. Gu'chlkof, a prom
Inent member of the l.imow Zem, I
stvo. Alexander Stakovlie4 ainl others
has been consulted tIa it, preparation
*of the election law, Is out 1la a
strong apiwal to all who hiave ti. wel.
fare of their coar&y at lheart, without
regard to party lltalon,. to unite in
the restoration o drder anil thls In.
sure peaceful lec Ois unil tIe con.
eviction of the *viiin aB1 nimhly,
which is tie only lol1 place In whic.i
to settle political dlgerenc-m lie fur
their declares that all clise,,4 of the
population can join In thi Inlierlatilve
work except those who do not l llevie
in the following dootrines:
lFrst. the development of ta rconP
tutlonal monarchy base1l n univerNal,

Distrlbuting Arms to Armenlans. suffrage aa second. toe reorm of
Coustanatnople. Dec. 16.--The Turk. Rusia by pseetul "an. throulah an
Ish ambassador at St. Petersburs has Imperial national lasantly UInder
been lontructe1 to draw Russia's a- the leadership of the Lw and Orlder
testlon tp the sertons sltuatlao at party, an attenmpt Is soaking to nr.
TIlls, Clrucastl where It is alleged ganize a counter peasant's party in up
the Russaar authorities are dietrlbu- position to the Moerw peasants con
ting anms to toe Armenlaas and Ian- .
citing them to massacre the Tartars. trIkere Sti Firm.
Tae Armenians are taking full ad.- 'e post telegrs congress ti M.us
vantage of the opportunity and have i t t in utinsri tl
taken Muuselmans' reSldences, Inclod. wthe strikers can % vitorli t, alt
Ing those of Turkish subjects. slaugh-1 tlho th slerl can devtoieut. ln
tearing -tho.,wo en and children 1 ten to thunle a n' Oi- tirl ruine.t *
well as the men. The appeals of the, tr Into the Flil thelr rln of a-
Turkl s l to the local author parently is lotl. I h ranklu f he
tie. atTifl s. wore unalvail nr strikers are brlo, sorted and those
ti ____esaf returolng to work ;are compwlled to
Free P aM Dittued. Ialgn a declarattin 'o the .ffect that
New York, Dec. i--At a ooe g they were enticed i:to the union un
of the executive committee of the. dr false prwtenep, and agreenl not
Trunk Usnes association yesterday te to m ddle WrIl the t. il to s te f0
abolition of free pases o to rall l ure NpOvertht le. l*e trikers cas
roads included l the assoclatIon was eril e 1 e posa l i ro r e l a n.
discussed. Any declatoo la the ia bol deintoe pirod nd aithou the striking
Fishing of passes, It was al. reted' perato It It Im.sble for t ,hego.
Sallly with the preldents of the ase era est to securt"r reO1eptlOk of tel.
oral lire. The committee a a I a

r aolutlto reromamoding that all pae.
ea l gned as Induceslata to s*owre
busti's be discoedtud.

Hech WII Hanl
Cbileag. D I.-A telephone *M
age was received today by Stata'
Mtorey H-leyt from Asssltaatl Jts'$a
Attorney Darsett. who Is aI Spria
Stl Ub. ln bto ele t O that the *.
presM onrt of the late.lha aared
the verdit of tbe lower tort it the
Oa of Jobsan Hirwb. "w gader e-O
tetce of eoat afor poieosla hisb wife
ockh will e basagd fPb 23

no"kefSa win Vies AIguIa.
Algasts. Ga fer I1 -41a*or1mati
has besl rertli la Aeugsta that Joe.
D. Rakefellr say e* tof tred of Mew

WIO ot go hark there agab. b"s
oftn. llkefeller likes the plet-
o ** ca. eas makihe m others TleW

smi Aut a8Asarta 1tt poly p L. Ie
arty IT aiahn tl-. I *a W

hW sN to am mer L 4C

oe gead mHa~ 0ieA.s
OL JAN"atc. .-W -4vbm rolkr

tae** V a loemt s. Oa., wer-
or, tt he moot me.d aS 0 $m10 s
of his lte s MoIltar. Ma, WVra
bYd was beams b 1 a W Ie 6
unsh sa Bst k tien w'maemm.
ea-rh 0 tOe tir,, bo e r b

of WON w I am f t"8
a isOde

SIAM... Men In Desair.
Thrwe areto siri of a break on tu
Pherim ti" a an I 'p &A"s ma Ven.
Whom It* aIn j"91tf Ithe *"?tlot*
han S. osllg. -abs skse re rrorIa4
at mno ypisCm in '0 pr*wvto. tao
6*WrM strikes ee oemlove L pir
attacks em mail W ..aa andtie rob
at lUe b oa.
Uomil to C*WMl tTama.
The peslvbtat tasee are sm-
pisid atm uthY ra U saow toesiec
tO hWo owthout '0 id oN tO e"
orml gumvee an dtbbg* hav hm
oblgd to cuse t.J t.,mea

re ammaslaof C GOSit Sbbauc
hoo esabesed ame,14=44 syo she me
too of edmlttias tw b haw mis
Amelia P#V A .# u'INAW Woolf.
to fuinisS my W,',So Imbrhm s t
a". ow *I-44111 111"m IL
t*w f-*oort IVle0 e*
31mmVI S's 5v.. M-UOIea 1

sUA-- UN~ r~urm~ ) L.9
-o ~ Jurywe ledge oImui
--1 40~1 ts ihm SokohlKL
d eel fd frv.g tI @ If
OW 00%fg of re bo 41d0eMwmeyM

I So isC_ ~
Sbbutle. Toeik ". MA OWl
60 Owes amsessmaw INS i vasvtle
148. k bp UW -%aftSs "Okmosts
be '01101" I
krr~ ~wrr


Thousands of Dollars' Worth of Prop.
erty Go Up In Smoke.
Bparks., 0a., Dc. 1. -The he. vledt
loss by fire Sparks lua t'vtir hal oc
curred Thursday. Tte ? re originate I
Ip taoe ore of J. P. Whitoliuiwsti. n
Sparks the Sparks Imniroveinnt r)oi
pnny's brick bock, which conta.mt'd I11
satre rvomus, bank billing. six otttvis
and lodge room. The tiro was c atckel
at the fifth store. The Sparks Ilm
provewlat company's loss is $7,000;
J. P. Whitehurst, general turchiandisJl
total los $3.0; W. J. Wi\d'y & Co..
barber shop, loss $503; D. J Jefford.s
groceries, total loss $2.00; K. II
Ooolwln, ircerIec,' total losq (t,300;



Exemp: Cloases Shoul be Treat
0d Courteouily.


He Also Says That the Qovernment
Should Do Justlce as Well Ia.
act Justice-Immigration Depart
ment Acted Harshly.

Bell Teleplhone company, totAl los4 San Francisco, pee. 16.-Respond.
$200; 0. E. Williams. postulmco, total In to communlcationo from the Met
lose $30o; E. J. MckDerilt, frame chants' Kxciange of Sau Franclsco,
building, total loss $82N. President Roowevelt has written a let.
ter in which be express his views
SANDFORD TRIAL NIXT JANUARY rconcernlng the Chlaeas boycott of
Anie ican goods and also tae exclusloa
Solicitor Ennis Says He Will Vigor. laws. The presided t writes that this
ously Probe the Matter. government might do JUrstie as well
Rome, t;.. Iec. 10.-V. T San as xat justice; that Chines la-
ford, indlct .I for the amrder of (;eorge I orers should be excluded, but that t.e
Wrighi. In the mummer, and %.o II xeimpt clasea of Chlnase should be
now in tal Atlanta Jail, will standtreated curiously. If the exoluatio
a second trial on the third Mondsy laws ne to be amended Amerloan
tn January, the brst having resulted nwic'iints must exercise their mml
in a mistrial. r,., for aninreldient. the papaldeut
Additional evidence will be Intro- sAy.
duce,. and It Is said that the second i. o preilent adds that the Imml
trial will be nore isnsational than raton department haa acted with lie
the firt. A uttmst narsAless toward the Cblhneo,
Solicitor ICnnls satatlil tat he will the rilt resting mainly wilh mistaken
probe the matter to the bottom, and 11t1I opinion
will follow up all evidence that as4 in regard to the Chinese boycott of
developed lance the first J.iry was dia. Artiertan goods, the president says
amised by the court ,ial erythlng lI bll power and that
The new Jury tor the trial of this ,f t.i/statte ,tepartmeat has been done
case will not be drawn until after the to t op the boycott.
ollJays. ..."AnylJiang frtler," he mntlnues,
TO BUILD RAILWAY. "IIIIlI hle done by our own represents.
II .v In tlthe seasat ad bouse by way
Bids Are Opened to Construct LInes of ninktal Iiutlb gllnge In the or-
In the Phlllppines. crluleil law as to prevent the, InjuStlfo
Was.tington, Dec. 10.-l lidd were :toI l, tutltallion to walrbh tLh Chiluea
opened today for conoussionery graita "i, huo not hrelolng to the (Co)ie class%
to be made by t.se PillIpplne govern Ii.e tlein ithjirted to In thle coml.
truit for the uslasiuilion, malnten try 0*
ncre anil opt.railon of rullroal l In the The Mrrrhirans .Ktc'hang held a
phllippitl, Islanlds, a. piovidede by art IIei fIng anl1 IaRv' prnmlpt acrquslocenoo
of elluo rMp to 'a.l (I "* lIn' t i'ws by alopttlla
It I. est imated stia t 'a, railroad re.oliItins fatioring sich amendments
Ilur' will have au aglgre ,e muilienge to tfoire ,rclulkon laws whlrh wonlil
ul nIatnt 1 .::3 nlls l.ln t arf, lu rrtcr a trem to itfrni walt the chief
I"w coI'itcr e 4'1 on tl e Iia; II of Lu t'rac tlv il 'rned right and just
ion, I'Pil'). Nyla., 'utu, Lifyte anJd --.
Theatrical Managerse hot. Rumored That Athens Federal Strust.
CaCrleton., S. C.. iec 16.-A gsp ure Must Be Changed,
lial to The Wreanlg INlt from Uastale Athebm. (Ia., Dec 1 --There sl
. C.. asys: Mila liaanetlt sad Ab som e talk the I veranment refuilas
bott Dllsaoe,. maaglrs of a travellag io seept th federal nilldla aI tle
Itbealrin coti an were saot today dty freo the nlprorarctlr unless ce-
by eorgv HaSIy, a hotel naa of OI tal rthanlge. ir mal4 by them
oy. lbbmetit is ndesl 4d Davilao M i trot,,,,ue sem h e over the
riosely wosadel. Beasett I said to I,, rconts 'at Is In the mlldlls.
have be fraw Boetoes ad yvlas whchl , swlo venrameet Inspeetor N.
fr(oa C.tleao r'e-, *" arre-pt ad whleh the esn-
--..-.- i ,',,., 'o he up to the spells
Shakers to Met P agndet.k thU
Obala"t N. T., DM. 1.-K14"1.a t t ties11, r : 'iflputo wiul g
AIJs Walte of tAe MO USt tAbionin te, i; rwg slt rhn :.. rt llr.i cao.
aker e uOuaity. with a party of *rovrsaer an.t ss. it eII iIe eo I*
akers, lft yaterday tlr Washlsa ,les tro,,r, li tatuldlag l .:i tetual
t, here they have as appolatment i ,.
1t mnt Ph Llreas t l Rleevell tomorrow
U ita to prwesot to him tA1 reeolu Altempted Iselde.

.4. York. La. 1i,.-A luma Sa
giVIa udthe same rolls Frask. 21
year& old, and sis occ a u" s that
(i a tihobr of the (City 4f MIct).
s l Akes frwm a Ilroedway rwsthormat
tes, soeh be aWW LhteD,&t tlc~ie
tpy ajolls No was I tan tuthe
Now Tort *spital, *bore ho I sis a

Both Pu It ton.
Atb GS. a. lac' Is -A sw'), m
ed lobe aidol 4. "' ,i tee ot
1a 0 elsImd tat b1 b" hes rubbe
44 1104 by a SOWe MSHW ode,'
fe a rovers waso"Sa OW th
mol osey ma.feaas *m, h otholains
%Ake bewa wm abe psbbg.A&
a result he mad MUl go* b".4 out

POO 0e0 PreaOOM sftA~Mrts
NOW T ON. N.-A callbo u
0" 694 losSWM 000 -A iloPelch
r ftm to Th SsAarda ays s ut

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pw ~ v jamob o."

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Woes sopedby the S&oer ear.
aoovesm slopted as

Lwp P"604 Temlsle.
A& Go.. Doce. If. -eas (lsl.
wifo us"".4MWnd theSmabord Air
Los WiN o~a f IeIght trmInal
in "bom "$ bs of h oe thleiyO
go Smiy ewo, Ypr p r y'A I a beus
WSW d ci osty Is now **,ed Io
allw ow we u0 ofa Portilon of "CM pf
as aKoof &I ofteks Ieslltf- op IU) Lao
sew or*~ I sw co
O) ~U Senela ru byer~r Coy. IL

Los A! i60, Lw. 's hatl
"a forvoll boe"that Ssatee we, a.
Claut ofalktes. ba"putchOesd of
Usk* anlso *a t"e other L.Lot
ft SWsls0 comy To- pwciaoo

To Mot r all to Ml soon@$&
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low ad Meboik*of tMasroje se10
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so Mie Bnwo so us
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ER 17, 1905

the body, don't dose it Fw,0I Ao Capt*. o f. J. Thomp AINESVILLE BOTTLING WON
.I .as Held Wtur -NANracrTa. or- p
SPEC L~1 TiN6 with medicine. Scott's .. of l capital o Jme .j at, 0ors, Al oot d BircI Beer, CIdI, l
SEmulsion is the best Thopeam, sO deatb wh o GAiNE8VLE, LORIDA.
0 -_.en. ed i eo wiol irflei ke wra in oDda" fift t GAINE9V -IL^, -I wiuFORIDA.
Conveyed 3 se of Ak- nourishmentin existence. l Vteru e. C anB. bonle re nossod. bu. u be re .Im 1
ing Ad, PM t& ictate. kae ou. u held from tmore. II ,,n, s, _ ,
ifg AM* Ie It is more tbin a food; Isek ffle, wa held from .heM .-.-n
I mO nProebytlt a Ohureb, this city, 8atur.
THREE REPORTS WERE MISSING yOU may doubt it, but it day as So'Jlek, Rev. Tho. Park Hay
GvtemAv.I. i, H.Ig Springs and digests perfectly easy and oalotfet Tbh e interment was inn
T4 o. *.., digests perfectly, eay and Evs ge.. cemetery. ide his d THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO).,
MiTpe"n y schools Failed to Send in at the same time gets the posted ftSor, wa. N. Thompaso, aad ESTABLISHED 18M.
por, and Were Not Includedbrother, Loeke. The funeral was well
epor, .nd Wret Not i. de digestive functions in a at ndd, may of the older elie The question Renders reliable services of every sort along the line of
1'eachs Oot Salary December 23. baking elembled to pay the lst nd of Tile te andleTitles in th. tae of Florida, particularly
Board of Public Iroo eld condition so that ordinary of d ~e Title the Alachua county.
The Board of publicoInstruction beld repetso,she deveand
a*peodllmeeting Friday for she por. food can be easily di- Wi* the daltb of Oaptao Tbomp- rest oonsid-
poe of making application for tate son t0ier passes away one of Alaehir SPECIALTIES: Abstracts of Titleh; Tax Sale Searehes
id, for the support of the Senior and gested. Try it if you are eount's oldest and most widely known erl:!on for Agents for NeHResident Land Owner*; Platis f Centis,
Juilor schools of the county. run down and your food lasimart, oad his demise ii oniver the investor. Towns, Etc.
There was a full board present, eom- sally regresed. The floraldeeorations
pricing Hons. R. B. Wnek, ohaIlran; doesn't nourish you. opon tbe saket, which were beautiful Referrneo: First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
T. A. Doke and W. J. Martin, and Dr. aX & oWN oarl Str d prof sive, demonstrated the faet Doston & Co., Bankers.
J. L. Kelley, secretary. that deeased still had many warm ,.
After investigation It was ascertaln. friends. _
ed that the reports of all schools had IN COUNTY COURT. Lewis F. and 8. B. Thompsoo of Lake
been turned iwth the exception of P iet Citizen of End Ar- City, brother and cousin of the do. C LD E L IE
the Unlversnity High Shool, he High dn Serious Charge. cased, respeltiely, were present at
Springs High Sehool and the MicanopyO raignhe funeral, having a ompanied the
High Sohool. Regular printed forms There was an interesting session of remains from Jacksoneille, the other
were furnihbed by the board to the Coung Judge Mason's court Friday, brother, T. G. ratt Thompson of Per.
principal of echbebogl, with the re- "whe T:.. Love of Trenton,. o of the nandiaa, being unable to attend on ao-
quest to return t report, by this most prominent and most widely cont of illness.
aIrsing,audl 6uperintiendont Kelley known elsisens of that setion, was ar-
de(lares h theso lastitotioos which rignc' upon a charge of failure to 'A Certain Cure for Croup.
have not made returns by the ord exhibit the bide of a slaughtered beef When a child shows symptoms of
int., the board will be unable to ** to the npector of marks and brands oroup there is no tme to experiment
uore State aid or them. for inspection. It is understood that with now remedies, no matter how
After the traesation of the boulaise the ehare was made by Inspector J. highly they may be recommended. I 'cO 7R SA.AILIIJ. T 83- EA.OH I'HB lr
for which she bord was oovend, oa R. Smith of the Trenton district. There ls one preparation that ean al. IIETWEEN
adjoqrnmoet wa takes untll Ttorday, The defeodt was arraled ways be depended upon. It ha bee n Jacks nv lle and New York
December 28, when the buslos will pledod not loity. A jury was ealldir n use for many years and has never Jacksonville and New York,
be completed, and th tsewhrs who and emp*anlled, the evidence submit- been known to fail, viz: Chamberlain's Oalling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both ways.
have their rports In order and oa 1ie, ed, with the resolt that the jory re Ooogh Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton yO yi, i StTSrhfl IL the COastis r 8rvi0I
will receive their pay for the month, turned a verdict of notgilty, after a of Market, Texll, says of it: "I have se lu i the COt
I order thrt they my have the an of f"w omelnt' somns d-ton. ndCh Oamberlean's Cough Remedy io The Clyde New England and Southern Lin es
their fIles for bhristmas, If they so The jury In this ase was am follows: sever e s of croup with my ehil. .
delre. Superintendent Kelley der J. H. Vidal, foreman D. Avers, E. dren, ad an trumt illy ay it always Direc Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
Ssta for te lfor ion of te Baird, M. F. McCook, W. \. Avers g s p r se by PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
of state1for h1 4Information of o t lhose ''ive.s' Ivr lel prompt relief For ile by all Calling at Charleton both way J
seberned that no tseher who bee and U. Y. Orawford. drugiless. ___ _
fed .s l ir her report will not u t Jstce olman's Court. Humpty Dump Saturday Night. south ............rom Lewi' Whar, Baton
re elive tholka yfor b mo u t he month. ..............................
-There. would have been quite a ino. Ernet Cooke, upported by a good Northbound.................. From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville
AT THE OHURCHES TODAY, tsereting, as well as probably amunalg company of cooedians, presented that
S Vseelon,aa of JussieeC olman's esurt t. molieal comedy pantomime, Hompty
List ofthe Vari ouPlae of W nlp. urday afternoon, had the original pro. Dumpty, at the opera house otrday Cv St. or i
Where These Desiring May Atted. gram bee carried through, ua three venig, ad nostwthetandinl the in- Between JACKIcONVILLI and SANFOR '
Servilea will be observed at the v. losal sports0o of thiselty woald have lemeney of the weather, the company Stopping as Palatka, Astor, St Francis, Berelsord (DeLand). and lntermedia
oles plau of worship today fol. been arrmigned upon a charge of Ir was greed by a fair hoO. Landin on St. Johns River; commencing Wednesday, November 1, 1906,
I I Dpas on the properly of A. L. Jakson. There is rally nothing in Humpty STEAMERS
ti Baptit Ohrsh, Fro he bas information h Dump bou a onolom too of h 'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and FRE 'K DeBA
spue-41unday school at 843 a am. In. ould be Secured, It appear0 th1 thesen morousituatilos, bet they ar al 'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRErK D*BARal
p 1eblm as 100 aD a. m. and 7:18 p. m. sportsmen, who were probably slwn eregood, sad were performed lus nightly to Are appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, da p eseepa
i r p da i . Returning, leave S an ford, daily ePic@pt Sundays, at9:0. m.
.-- -l--.e' a:p a.... etot dIhd 9nootIg cidehtal. OorOa H. Aidas,. the lo wna, and i- -He .
First Prebyterlan Churbh, Rev. T. ly got onto posted property. The recal the star of the company, met all ex. o Jacksvll R.Arr
P. Hay-Preebhig at 10:80 a.m. and was has they were "hauled" before pesations, and was pronounced as Leve s : pm ................... onile.. .. ...
p. i. SLabbath seool a 8:80 p. the eor. good in is professloo as ay ever een : m. ... . tr k... ..... Leae 80pm
so. Ia* tnl of WeitmInr ILeague, When the trial was ready to pro.'ed. h ere, 40 am............... .St. Francis........ .... .. 2:0 0p
0:45 p. m. Attorney Evans UsIle in behalf of the The Kleilnesople pictures were the .. .... ...... Beresford (DeLand) .. 10
Kannaugh Methodist Church, R.ev. defendants reqeted a continuance of beetver preon.ted in the opera hooe, Arrive.. 80 m.......... .. ...ESanford ...M......
T. J. Nixo-Bundays school at 980 a. the can oltil Wedneeday of the eo.* and the subjecs were especially good. 100 am ......ntrprise.... 10
a.; pre lng at 10:80 a. a.; object, (g week, which as granted by the In all. the entertainment was all that GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE, 122 W. BAY ST., JACKSONVILUL
"To E.ry Ma HIs Work;" Juior court- could be.deired, aud everyone was . O00o1. JR. AmI B At. 2wet Hr.. ays Jackso e.
league ats 2:1 p. m.; .Senior League at n Mayor's Court. wll p C.Ap OO nr1 Tr.ast r A.. .. N EriI SuperiAe1sse ..
Sp. m. I evening servio at 7:11 There was a lively season of the Furious Fighting. THEO. G. E, P. CLYD L 00
o'l o subjc, "A Busines Man's mayor's eour Saturday morning, a "For seven year," wrise Ge W. Genevl l as se . Agent*
SMistake. n .. rio of damenls of the Afriae poersa. HoIIaIn of Harper, Wash., "I had a 1 s--r-------- .-- --.|
Adv .Brtlt Or.tlsta Chuarh, Re8. W, son and their *orb be in arraigned bitter battle with ebronl .stomach aad
M. 8trots-8om ay ehool at 9:80 a opon a harpof disorderly eonddes. liver trouble, but at last I won, and Take The A tlanticr o st. i
., lwth eraon by the pator a luO 'they were mssed a fleo of 8 and eared my diseases by the use of Else.- L
a.; subj lnt "What t Dad Mean cos s each. whleh wu paid. Jobhn Da. trie B iters. I uahesitatiaglty recom. I
When He Said Upon the Cro i ws the nme of th young ma med hem to all, ad don't tend in. OR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
FInshed?' Preeblog at 7 o'elock p. who had "the dely" of be women h or lfeo- to "b w without them in the l .. v. Vr e
an., sbje, The Blood That Spk. to har, and from th eviden- is hose. They are Werainly a wonder* De DP P o

--..... ... .. e carglO on payment of the A ostsa p levitation from Mr. Weber. rlme T n *1 Ot -* p, ;, ] h
RU" l sEL FAs T. Mr. Malphrr. apparently dpd .to yan. Aleru W er. North Udoie, ille. hart fedor ue n bad .~apI

...... rh n .,, --7-edpr ^aw. or ,8 A.,,,. .. cd,.H. ,f.o, t.. ., A.< I rol 1.
bC..aon. .. a. im. allodub. a. J on blo. Io beol Mrd M. oor dal a rUL L.a ....oI
The ueold whri ofwll be obse ed fe r a go llyt tothe ame foTllo uo dt byll ldrug -ap TOa, it andn lLT auNp>. --,

1 the O ~lll. Fore o.. wbb Mi uref ridtiga bicycle of be Metodie er. ebor. h Daily oInten, :*nd
wa oluyarinty l** TKeedaya tr. a r wnt wutth l ratrn lyisr I ihter ar dl etrl a otl Trrat e C nbt. Nd. i *
orisk'sowathol* ,o e a/I wharged don ayedn of the wol asO*e ,keR, it hto be lo Wehoar rim e.!lm P ,ri-. le
RUSSLLreNrGo PASI. Mr. Malphosrs aprntly did not an. Alr _br_ North tlleevlle. apa ,o r G A
rdet and the muic pa la, w. he tend ai Pori ClO".ad D-- __ ____ ____
e opuort-Uy of buAPIr aest r i e ale o I haTe h lh a s. or Oi WeetaaeDr Lmteae. tureB. Y. P ':1 pm Hi Hr p ihag. \\ l llr.l Ji. rnn. u .

reanked by dgcs tv the. roR lee C e ho. Amog other Ms Mn- *ol t_ _- -n mt. i |
Te ond weekofou. .. .. all rh, o ""Hll -ad *hem Sedray l clna 1:1paa .eb U-:-re',n'.

Thoero l ard toeon il seeopista l the wh.n w,. per.uaded o ..e 3.ll.rds "r of Holy Tr Crr l:,mb Palatka Jallldsn-,li. Uii
.aree of r.es eml ao t m.ss Po. wd a ar now Leiatmet, hich eed her al. the S reebywelan Crc and r- ____
the prporu buyig l ulahL I hav a so Used it for eckr s ad Rv. 1"ghl lth ,or ,f e
nr it hh mp line l L tlreotly O n- B. Y. P. 1'. 125 or pm pnu ;a ct.I4 !'rannah -Hrunswie
remkd by Indies she eOdag -eebo 'e t he Adve"t

hw It wasu poblofor the Oam eeovile .T TH MAT ChrdettL Oherb, al of Oatleille. 8 p ah.... a --
Fraile o Ca.to dispose of the I ood e Thre will be Ireworl, So**. r freh. Roe r ; tDid Cltrya
at prieM asked; but the secret is in the Woe sell el pair of 'iIloproof m at* ad eOoLtesef boly, mistls -o
byiag. he goods beoin purehaed I1 Hoe" f or. d lmo te an.d bu tIng. -
argr qeanltIs- on small margla, We Or.as.ar -ea ... [ f ,-, L
hIseI tey are belnge old the eame Ihat thes esi pair of "Holeproot e. n .Soda y
way. a rgette the prial Hm" will o deralt for as a eor spn bra. bratm, brus. ae - .... I
A vielt to the of this rIerrrie. deaths. ebeaild. we agre o a sil e M Tt ood or 1 .3ai of a --
e Arm will a rd prpeteial ser.u. "pl *ne w poete so e u0 0o Onthe1 1 la 11M the a thera Stat4.40, are on sat "I bI Mtae of an"W
t e m tha are m .re tnaket.e rt r.deao t t"eket wth the wor nI so0"- abs iwea aG A sEs :* 'r Po ': T, n. p o vAPnt Yo .
Oeiualbetantial and of ralue. p4air se iep m A, pm avaed o they am e VM1111an 11 1 TO" tw am t ._. o th.rm Ra: wray.
wh.. wi. brig t- comfort to She ho me reted to as wi s*. a t. et m.m thePam toMMI eal c lee larlu O. oaul .
e i nlll t date fae owern the habit. bhII e thie lI- Iw -l-%l .. ie a. sI 1 A. 0OODWIN. Tckk( At .-- .
_I41 11 01 118 1,11 611_wk._bu _ __&_ _O _
ttorMl t rll * Cl'm, Jb.., n
Thewe aaeu, LJI IBrkilhII IIia vow"u_ "" A :
is V M19 t p t61 r ve purehl -, _ u.... .., ..... m _ ___ i i- _ .IOLNr o . P .M_ Art
O %M U ..ew, whisk wlll0ivt them-theNO I3yt ml_ --,. r 1 S1AR1 ... iTeC----. a1gm. hl.
M-- a more divermsfed lot N.)- I n N. KUtmao NR, Tva Ip.. W J e -U.ld9 _
.e01t It oft be MISCRIG. c.W4 ;. C .
A owaft Oe Pr ae e ee Pae. is t Yurn "OT-
bleedI. omtrdi! I. l r
__ we blhesetseme "ro.M DMLYWSUNll ca
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31W P W Wr AM) 9bot deserved suo ees. He is poesed
S^ in of that clever, holitable dii-oesition
SCOOMTY COINDE ED Wifh t which i bound to make frier,,d, and
Shis Gainesville frleads art alwiaysi glmd
Howard hate at Marcus Eadel's. to see him.

j Hostery at popular prices and pop.1 where IT nylt a he. tday. io, on) a
alar gadee at Marcus Eudel a. summons to tie bedelde of ).1 r* A. hi. an d
A sweater makes a nie Christmas Pournell, who has betr danriwrously
Mr. and Mn. W. U. Pepper have re- learn that her condition i nehaged,
and the end is hourly expected. Mrs.
Iuraed from a p'esoait vilit to Jack-
sorted from a pleasant vitit to Jack.- Perry Pournell was enmpe'l.d to re-.
turn, which she regrtted .,ry much
Xmas shopping made easy at the to do under tbeeirNmetancee.
SOtinelrlle Furniture Co. Something mW. & Xmas e i or on
ae,t. Vidal & Co'ou earned wish for one and
Alteaioo is called to the change of Hurst's Burnt Leather Poets, (2;
advertement for Geo. W. Hyde in Ooze Leather and 'Burnt Leather fl
this iMoe. Classes, $1.26; HaIlf.-Latlihr edi.
Georng Gleason and on., George. Id4 tion of standard authors. $1; A!:er But YOU can't Lbe in a plmaant
Jr., were l. the city from Rooky Point W, M. JOH ON, Druggist, r for Boy, Uo.; H ine series,
yesorday. W. J O, Druggist, or i, Huyler's choco fram of mind with a bad fitting
SRus aln Ru! Fug For arl- Ises d bon bboat fin.e Crina and
pRnga Rulaeo Fu]d For o seonl-
and we do the singing. Galneville MAIL OBDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Joes. ie; 00; or and Cur Shoe on your foot.
Forntore4. Boxes, 2.50 up; Oomb aod Brush
furniture ou, $2 80 up. Headquarters for
T. J. McRae of Hawthorn was Insurance Oompany of Georgia. has Santa Claus. A. L. Vidal & Co.
among the business visitors to this returned from a trip to points in the The most appropriate thristmas
aity yesterday. West End in the interest of his com- peent for your wfe and daughters Is
The latest tyles and best goods are pany. He reports good success. a handsome piano. It is not for a sin-
featur of our o.veor.t for men and Mrs Paol H. Reynolds of Asheville. gle day's pleasure, bt a lfe of con. BEll THE NEW YEAR PROP-
boys. Marous Eael. N. C formerly Mies Mamie Jackson of tinued happiness. There is nothing
9x12 Ax Mianster, all one pieo, no thbi ity, has arrived, and will be the that complete, the home circle more I A
stitching, $19. Regular price $80. guest of her sitter, Mn. M. A. Bennett, than a beautiful Chiekering. Mathu. ERLY BY BUYINI 9EM
Gainoesille Fluriture Co. for th next' few days. Her many shek, Lester or Ludden & Bates' Clob
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barr of Mieanopy friends are delighted to greet her piano. Have Jout received the flirt HYDE AT OOST
were among abows who favored Gaines- alain. mnalifleent Planola PIano Player IDE AlT OOI
ik ll with a visi yesterday. Wanted-Ten men (or women) in shipped to Gaineeslle. l)on't fail uto
Perry 0. and F. M. Ramsey, two eaob State to travel and distribute oe this. Will take your old piano in
prominent etlisensof Waohooa, were nmplee of White House Baking Pow exchange. Very easy paymens. A.
S trading to the ity yesterday. den. Salary W0 per month and ex- R. Harper.
Attend the big g sale now goinlog on peses; expenses advaed. Eaeloeo For Sale-Thre handsome country A con-rortable pair of Shoue-Shoes with a
at the Gaineville Forniture Oom- stamp for contract. White House Sup- homer. Thirty.fve acres, small house reputation. Don't buy any old kind of a Nhoe.
panyl's and cover your oor sheap. ply Co., Ohiagoo, Ill. and barn, North alinesrille. Best
Don't think of going on a holiday Captale B. W. Fontaioe of Mieiaopy bargain in the county. Eight-room Remember, hot air won't wear. It takes
Don'B t hik of golan on a holiday
trip unless you get a trunk, suit ease was in the iy for a few houo yeser- house and four slreeof land at Wind- leather to do that SAVY THE PROFIT AND
or hand-bg at Miarsn REdel'r day. OCptal Fontalne to now a val- sor. The Windsor properties can be BUY FROM
aed atteohe of the Albion Chemical bought for one.foerth the original
Too many rgop and not enoogh ad Export Company, near Duttono, ot. Two nioe boses in East Gaines
money. You want the rug and we and was e route home to spend the ille, on lot 300 feet front by 100 fet4
want the money. Glnesville Fui- holiday with his family, deep. Number of Osar fla trees, one
se 0o. Friends of J. B. Cutler, formerly of barlg last season over there bushels b u
For a Christma gift there is noth- this city but npw of Ocala, rsymr Will be sold at two-thirds first cost.
tag more fitting than a floe bandker- thle with him is the death of his Addre or call upon .M B. Sander,
oblef, necktie or pair of glove. At mother, whieb ooeurred at her home Gainesville. Fla.
S Mirou Ede.l's. In Tampa Thursday night. The funeral --
eyor A. W. Taylor has returned was held Friday. the interment being OlT THE HABIT.
ter Creek, where he has been in the Plant City cemetery. We sell you slx pair of "loleproof
pat few days locating some Mrs. El Marshall and daughter, le" for 2. and
r lands. lMis Reed, who have been here for the V' A. ,Xt. rABS A UV
.J. R. Dorrance, principal of pt few days as guests of Mr. and That these six pair of "i oleproof
nta Fe school, was in the city Mrs. L Lynch, have gone to Met. Hoe" will need so darning for lsx
aese connected with the school rose, where they will spend a few days moths. I they shoud, we agr so
Yesterday. before proceeding to Booth Florida. replace them by new ores upon tie lxooxpor tedl
recipe is made better by the Their home is In Pittsburg, Pa. surrender of his liket with tie worno Y E MGR
the best extracts. Blue Ribbon N. A. aCllison, manager of Sprimg pair and coopon provided they are
a Is un lled.As ur, i returned to us wirilon si months from Abstraet of Title and full Informatloa furnished relrding lands a Ithis
1s is unxoe lled. Ask your aroi Park Frlm, Benlington, was ia tab date of ale to wearers. let the e"unty. Our manager has lived in this seomtl trty ylar ad
r Blue Ribbon Vanill., and say ity yesterday. He will probably a- bablt. L J. Iurtim. is thoroughly oonversant with land titles.
in. tend the National Fat Stoek Expo.
ire will be a special called boasi- stion In Chicago, which convene In Election ofn Officers. | j
meeting of the W. C. T. U. at the that city tomorrow, and in that event At the olast mre -.hln of sines-ilel R mv X
iagroom Monday afternoon at 8 he expeete to leave (Iainesille today. Chapter No. 2, I 1. M., the following FIR.t A(0 IDENT, BUROLARY AND InIDKMITY INStIURANO. Repro
d. asime of importsnee is to Louis A. Arteon of Miesaopy. one 0f ofoeers were selt' for the ensuingl eataig a numlbr of prominent Amoerlesl ad klish olmpaiesl .
amassed oand a full attendance is she meet rlcieat ad nd usdetrioune eo term: Jtobert M l('hllan. H. P ; W. HRAL KETATI AND CITY LOA .
rnde. ored teasbers of tbee onasy. and a val. W. Hampten,king W. L. Hill,. eribe; Ga ieMT i Oi iA
'Wamrro dd ald mortgage blank oed sobleriber of The dun. was in the M. H laodelr, tr-seorer; J. (. Tor. .--'
ale at this otee, the form soed in elby serrday on basine#e eonneeted ro, *seereary. Ti. appointive uo osee
ma eepoty whikb sane money i wi the school bosed. and paid tbis will be Iannonele at the meoetln of G .
l dig. 0 per houdred or 80 per olee a eall. renewing the subserlptos the 27th se at which the oleers
w. dawrtf Mrs. Charles Ellltborpe, formerly of -
W. l.Bhardorn, distrieo anser thi eity but owof MillingtlloN, d **bora Parlor Cars.
: *th1 Natiolal Frateral Unboa Lfe la sending her renewal T The Soh, UE W W Atr U.lJe op onrte bUfU
Says she now covers everyvtiag p el p ter ears btweeOn Waldo ard
We 3 .* 5 rma thre. at pr,.n, ad it *.p pm aP P oase ,o a. lavig Waldo tMt 1 l Sudll So1 d Fr iblr.
I Are lasing f the oth us ken wn to rlth the r ,oro ni lter from
SA woold rather be in Floridk. ad so eillo. _________H _11_ rnABtl. _A_ NBVILL_. _LOtUDA
fI H US, bb, s Voso Tct*no blame her. wA ING wITHOUT WATERII highest market prlee tpaid for Chiehoe. gs adJ other Prodee.
SOnty Oommlootoeer 0. C Pedrek _--
i Cl at she White iah rIle u I-aeb The sael to eaMomee for the uJ s y 0,i, es as* nae A O-s1 les stsIh of Cor0 Ose. yloor, Brn, Mll. Otos e d ed el
am l lbhyire. hlo M Isdemetloe of the itnemreted. that swsi. .smLs. .m, I W a**oothkIo Y 3r1 s ed 4 LoW.
t lw lwd l ?plar fop or give rye t Koeley bridge over Hasebet Ore ek dl ro ** ** r ,, tryanl to nI r geara"e t IM em i alwas.
talommaNye. w iS has hese thoroughly paired, and is e tt*1e*l* W"*b*t *P =-. -- -- l 1--. - _--- =
we beep eudifes fos Talkiag Ms. agaim In a frst-elme and safe eodl*. r rs 4g4 w^ wey4 yeu ary ef WZ'TABLIU WWD tin.
e ienke. needle, Reed t et*. loe. Tlhi will be gooid seIs to the ba| 19I
8. c, i~01~01, nm-frJ or p^r^tbeotre DIff.ie H p D U TTO N & OOe
I. L TOUPS or. of sh.. pei.s ,d m- I *
*po nM L C emsi diae df red olfitoi.n athte Is e I s 4tem r f** wrib f --- I'.AI.ZMS IN --

OW is the wiado n at 9 A. OSMll. I at
aan H w)Ia I"Ar 'VW'
I" aft5PUff!' NA e ginr. The display copus wrn Hr",I es W l s. ea m.lcd.Si C ottonLA
rMI"0 Ww" O"FTmriI in fts ss to "Wb -,4 1101 1"i reusse
Wa isarrsan su "A a .emrei gemb Ou *0 I e" "
-U Pi ruittoin a ye Wh-' sea ^*If Wand Cottion Svl Bmian and Twine. Wablmr
I _ft_%d aM k o asv th be 11Wesulc. haWa ml a,0 i*thear In WHIs or 8ldes.

emWr~u.m. lL eMekd A COp" U% h MAnutOuren of thel Jumem Doig mprvrrA
Ae ofbs DImq a" preard s eu w Sm Wsland Conttn (iin, and OuppliW for _
s~~~~i. ~~A soi a imwl s U5 twe mmeor" vs wagm" soI_
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W. W. AW. L3... Assoclate Editor.
JUSSUN W I73LW ............ city alwof.
10*1 4. J.UDUM. Ues'l Travellng AseaL

M.~ PMzWIfr.... supt Comnrito r Rooms.
*W. Main Street, s. T KLEIIIOMa O
,16 .DAILy Sr., pimblished tvcry morning x.
IO lMcday, dcljvtrtedJ y carrier in the city. or
Sdbed to any part of the U nitcd Stat(t, posta
Sre, forms a year: .i; ix months: I,2ss three
S etha;or5. ct. no for five weeksu-trlctly L
'eaddlnK notic e.m localculalum a o ocmnt a IIe
f* dorArt insertion. anid cent for each ddltiona
SRates for display advertislag ade known on
The Twice-*eWeek Sun is Is eht-p(g1h orty
colnn paper, published every Mowday and
Thr-da, and cosh allU theb amw Of the
week, lomal. UStte d rMagn. and will &e
maied, postage free, to.Ay part of the ULalt
Seat or Canda, foe Sa.ooa year-4 advance.
AU advertdtag bit become due after frt
appnaranl of IdvettoMent, u t ofberwim
ltoed in oatrct. Parties not kanow to sa
be required to pay for advertising i ad
wIM. Address, THK nUY O17St

The beet way 1 to let jour )rediton
worry over what you owe.

Depew may leave the Senate. He
probably would take it with him if the
salary was larger.

Atlanta wants a new postoflle.
TIe present quarters are too samaped
S for helr lereasing busesels.

bTh ehbors girls will organize a oon
I ehorul glN unions have proven
rather disutrGou lia yar past.

SA middle-pd lady in a neighbor.
ins ity, with 20 year' experlene as a
teeahbr, deires a posIton. How old

The only emhlama to dirt betig
moved i tbhe Pai e nal matter
I thoe distorbiag f little la the

S T oe ba ..a trl or ov a.mbt I
,al.llat the )le g elle won rbe great
SasO reord. average daily os-
eded ever #0OC,000.

StO b g tbl tbI raleIl trust, and
S the atbWemeat that she will tour
bTWI neder a trst has exalted mech
e lmeat,. ,_

E late mews from OGorlia is to
*tO 0l e a that Hoeb Smith i still run.
~l t gubteraUorital nomination.
S' Te mad~4d 8s i that State should or.
. bMlae a sale.

S* *Itle manotufturers of the State
of Wastisl o have decided to restrict
the M tput of all milk sad thoe fot e
he price op, somewhat. What next?
s ite roofo, of eouern.
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The judlo who reprimanded JOung
Merlwtther. the midshipman at An.
sapolls. have all bwn guilty of the
nae ofeso, and it st thought by his
friteds that the hread of the ademyw
Should be the ous to rreelTv the en.
William Elli ('orry. president of the
United SMat-e el t'urporatioa. i
making a name for himself that is vert
dfeplisall to his hoorable father.
HL densrtlo of his wife to marry as
nell. ha brtluhl the wrath of hae


plan was prepared withbt to manage
these lands 0o as to obtain a eonaln-
ooue supply of timber for its mies.
The field work occupied a party of
eight men for about three months.
From valutlion survey showing the
stand per acre of all trees one ineh and
over In diameter breast high, on vali.
oau perte of the tr st,; W thase of the
present stand of timber on 1,800 acres
were computed. Messremente were
taken on yellow poplar, ehesstnt eak
and white oak, and volume tablehem.
straeted showing the contents in beard
feet of these spetes. A forest p
was also mmde on a seale of 1,000 feet
to the ineh, with 100-foot contoorn.
and eoverlng an area of 41 square
The smdy of the traot soon bowed
that suoeoeful form management
called for the solution of the followlen
1. Prowteoat of the fones trots
wire. ,
1. Reotrleora of gra:inl. to elar
iap an land not rueatly Itmbered.
S. The obtaleia of ile- atory
eedling reprodoetlon of the valouble
timber sreea.
4. The rmoval fromthe forget of
the Inferior species t a profit, which
roolve Itself into the question of utl.
lilation of low-grade timber.
6. Modification of the present II g
aging practices to rednee waste in the
felled tree and to leave the forest in
improved condition.
To protect the forest from Ire a *ye-
tm is to be organized, under which,
one man will become responsible for
all fhihtlngand the logging eoetras
tort will be held liable for damags
osaued by fre started by their mea.
In restrieting grazing e oe f the mot
important steps would be the adoption
by the county of the West VirgialI
took law by which tho o peay *ld
stop I re graslag oa IN lade. efe-.
tory seedllan reprodoetlio sa o b*
taoed by stopping fire, by teb
grasllg and by latrodooing
tive methods of loginog. Seeding by
the speeleo whieh it l dewered to repen
duee will be neured by prn rlLeagdi
meter limits below which th1eee tre
shall not be eot and by enttoli all on.
desirable speeds to low diamotor lm.
ts. The removal from the femor of the
inferfor speclee at a profit l made poe.
sibie by utiliriag the be troe for
lamber by manmstftelta.- l weoodo
rall aad plaaki, g for trmedeo eoat of
the largr teroe, by aIwtg ne other

reepeoted father and ancle dIown upon specie to beo ed f or eribag i ad sr
his head. bride timber an tIamrodO, ald by
maklag all dwe. poeto, p ad elmo
The Palatka News lI out wibh a 14- reoured la the miaaean losaly e
lite Christaso odnito, fi led wah okf suk timber.
good reading matter, li ay vry mniely The i*eondoo of athit work.
worked halftsoie llstraltons of pub- --
lie sad pan rtvte buildlag la that vuter- 's T
prietinglcit. aId manyw dertlsmDe "te
from r areeiw mei o ienUo t. s loo W oe Oneoo lndred Dellaekn yo
that Palatka so up with the liae in doe. *r4 bnM We d d H ad th t mwL

.e J. Olane a a. Oh.Waed h O.
The stweoo nraell il OIedden e. *s. jobe ft wjIt boo
ty has a reputaI of that the grewnee (bieyle th"e bta.b i n
au Justly prolo ad. it s lr S L'mm~ e" Old
due o* the are akoso of the om ru iew uigi- a -----
whoea p le If Igrwe ofter -
erope wuM *e as it elill with S t bI1 heA
amaaol t.rbe 54f w-N plea )re *^y!1 Kmina? 1. Mar '
go wmemia. Mwk depoe4a oe haow.- Ha1b Oabft Oa le lbe too
a *g what tsabid havsa the am a> y., hae
um ao t* e h oeM a mt eas b ia to sb as -
,"'.,,,ll,-. T-in ll -- h w -
s'eJ agesit ad ac ON-S
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In ai-ws in force. Ina IWeO=
a l"bathes apr tahe# Ov
"plei -j 2" field worka5ed tree of.
6e 0 zposeles were biegl left by
the luibeifmen and the logfigx rults
for avoinlg wagte and lavipx tbhe etor-
eel m dition were beoig eatr
r( edl ~ truing wilt qantobtedly
soon fWtmked rad b prosecstio



The field work of th Poret Servieo
in the preperTti6n wMrf ki f t p
for timber tracts biosging to priwv
owners has covered d kl the yetr
Just past a total area of 1,982,000 aere
distributed among seven State lying
in foar trt regions.
One o these working plans was for
a tract 80.000 asere s La4 none.
ty, We. Virlanifn, ti a mgritry is
Jtst delelopi pg as a. oalmining
rirlon, sad the Isde examined are
under'so wlithiosl d is which are
onw beloi forked., ,is made
upofhadwpodIf n ib the more
valuable t vsrs largely
oulle*- As a reu. this the loae.
riorspecies liu h t eech. have In-
oreased their nom rlo proportion: i.
the forest, and now threaten to pro.
dominate. Two dfatinet types of for.
est are food. The mixed hardwoods
type occupies the lower lands and Tbe
better soils. H ere yellow poplar,
white oak,,beeb, baswood, ash sod
ohestnot are the prino~tpl species. On
the higher laade aid covering the
poorer Asls is found the chestnut oak
type with hes e ut oak, chestnut, red
and biaek oaki, and hiokory as the
oblef species. Owlio to earess lum-
bernog, repeated Xroond flre, and, on
iwer lands, to overgrasing, the for-
est ha greatly deteriorated.
The iniolng company for which the



LWuS thelerS te Vtalt r and W
ystr leo o able to withtand each
paiv4 the way for W ore n11 ameM -.*


pt pb om Cough Cold* Ser. ThaWfWA
AisAwa. Croup, Wlhopplin Coefah,
romhtM, Mferreess, ere LungS.
NO& SAL.s ANrA, eMwA t, rex., yem**r "
Ismd na4s1emmmad la; m w r.ll tfof ^r "Worme
c I I ^ a tAif m-U the-- --.ah Mr h od
toa s l rva neilwd s an, m I weeod me
T bee, ma*# th e un IT IOIU we k. w e2

m LC o f Osiwam nml AsWI da *0P 0 A&if A ,
r eA aan & o w 1 owm nw M 4m 11 klm un

lipstoek will reap their reward. M L ML" U 9n W L9 1 Y& _LU__tT i ___uv_
At Spring Park Stock Fiarm near this
city careful attention is being paid to 'SC"AN RDE 5lENDID BY
individuaTe as well as breeding. a tfat W M OW E'OBNS01, G-ailt:.esv-ille.
that should be appreelated by every
farmer who expects to raine only a few
astle, as by this method the quality, BP0 %PB6BB B 0B ,B,1 dAB
of stook eas only be Improved. v
Many large sract of land that are
being elerod up will be devoted to Y A
fIrmse ad battle ranches, and the high
Rsd0 rlor1d id stock, which haAre Insure
been s"lirated. will make battle nraib
log mosh enaser In the fotore thaa it In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
the peas, ad enable those in t&h heos P Written Histb Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
smn to secure the best grades for the
psosm delred. /
;-- ... TYou Are Assured

That no serious lose es overcome you without you have some

w- 11e None but Reliable Companies Represeuted.


SInformatIon ebherfully faraihed. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

_m~-I- Whiskies Wines, Deer and MaI.
s _a____

-IIII, ~*-'I - I mum.

ArrAar rmu

ass Coume i R ye Club ......
ONMosram Rrye - S-
,ame's -44- ,*e
'nitH' W"ey L,
000161 Dreve
Peeb &sof t
LaxativeFrit p ,IAP "bw"s
Pmnt b'&VJft C4W of
--r Ce,. I
TM new Irrtazat' Does~- .31,
wt gripe or nauseate. 3'
WOee of ter. k nal, a
Curio stomn1i and DUe;; 1Iyer a 3
tr~Atmeruseas Aawored on A
tintbles and l aem- if~ uiwdi
Sdp~dOObM trIbrt the
20oft1soml W. ADAMS S S.
ack lIver and bowels.
Fe IS.byLWe.8"M (u. P
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P11D. Bulk G dNIN-JIp Frr-Ift PNPAUL
6 fQts QM I I -W PegtrmUsaon
k 00 7 (ri7 Rre..in (urn. .coiodradi.
on 7560'110kPer G am
s 50 B~Rye. (An Corn. Rit. FMaM quaPiy.
10 090 Re t It 'Per vLus~m
too W Rye. UluCorn. uRa wBet lor the moms
6 61) Is00 SIM Pr Uckmu
1 0 9 j44" y*Ile eah and Alpp', ai.Mou
Sed by age.
too ab 5 1 04 OV Per UalUoa
5100 5960 Victoria Rye. bocta. Laros-s Ryre. Kedsisetam
a a 1 351 qua4ty
50 6 1LXP ST L UU Ir PIert
: a .Go; ita fta HE r ....... .
6 o 0 so Xms ft* 10 1
40 7a bfmuir4t
6 o f 106iAlL*twodarkg
ao ou 9 I Cobeim Impord
Dow Ale. "MISI
GoaofSamumalam t e % p late .. ..... Is
Pries* by the W ot atqjcsUo%.


H. E. TAYLro, cashle
Lia siRAuAM. Ast. Cashle



Capital. .........a ....... ... $50o,0 00

Surplus and Undivided Profits... 3.civO 00


n easa lladv ae I iNa rbs"ne us w .OW 8 0 toSae"MO
IC Some OSIL C olooaklr "& Moslm mels
II~~r W 5R.1. TATlOI, -M



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The man who makes a basioo of
breed4lg cattle, u well as hogs, is al.
iways wis e*aogb, if h it ep on bhi
baOW ., to keep up tho, breds forpur
Io iniedd. If he wa is battle for
beg he will not make a specialty of
Je|oye, but find the Hereford. or
ethW-ealMs .of blood that sre.beet
known for that porpoee,
The e tUe ladustry in Florlda is
bound toadvance, as we have a market
thas i ua l to any io the oc.dtry,
and competition from other rattle rate,
ilg seetio s jannot drive our cattle
men to the wall. The shipment of
beef battle to Cuba is a buoines that
is growing every year, and with the
bone amaand on the inoreae, eattle
brolen ean rpet assured of an oI*
ereasing business from the foreign abd
boos market.
The ieady improvement in many of
the large berds of cattle to be found
In difresat portions of the State take
moeh theo and money, but there will
come a time when the owners of breed*






ia 17, 1906



P~"~~"F~Y#~p~.VyI- ;=L~:!' L~R~(E~ CA ~ F 70"

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Last Tuesday We Broke All Selling Records, Wednesday Was Still

a Greater Day, and so on, Each Succeeding Day

Eclipsing the Previous One.

Our business is from those who are acquainted with Furniture and Floor Covering Valiues.



New Design'-not shown last week. Those who did not attend 1
-- tunity to select stock as we offered on the opening day.
again and see the new patterns. Perhaps, just the
looking for will be displayed

the sale last week will have the same oppor-
lhose who bought will do oell to call
Square or Rug you have been

will be


visit to

Assist You With Your Christmas Shopping.
our store will give you practical suggestions of IIOLIDAY UIFTS. Thousands of dollars
in the purchase of trinkets-articles of no value or usefulness. 1)on't tnrow your r-oiey away.

S...Come to Us...
We 1ll Show Tou Presets That Bear Iuages of Coafort--llts That Brighten the Home.

The record for the past three days. We still have a large stock,


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Brif Haippeinp From Variou
sotou of State.


Tranepofr in "The Land of Flowers."
Thinp "Bolied Down" to Suit the
Su y Reader-items of Interest to
A Olas es.
Jacksonville will play Savannah a re.
Srm game of football on Obristams
Live Oak will have many sidewalks
S onstrooued of artificial stone. Good
Wild turkeys are said to be quite n..
meroos in the woods ear BlosatI -
Captain D. R. Edwards, a prominent
oitisen of Lawtey, was take to lack.
S onville Friday for burial.
Live Oak will have a aeen-story
S buildlag &ad Jaukeoville will go her
S four better. Come seven. ome
leen, I
oame of the people of Pensacola are
anlxous to do something to prevent
/k return of yellow fever to that city
aoxt year.
Upwards of 60 witnaeee went from
Peaneaola to Marlamas lI the Williams
murder ease, eaeh reeelviogl 17.80.
S Morel of the sourt mo-- high.
The ttlI Hotel at Uvn Oak haL
been boegh by Lee Byrd, from hOba,
S 1I. IBas, wheio eld to Mr. Byrd
large t amcs of torpetlem land.
The ty of Tamps has hanged the
l of he Tamrpa Bay Hotl, so that
0 q S poa 1 tUO tfr the there em
k, iaa 4 ad omlt oNo nhlgb ,
W4l IWfoy wig be carted Ito
S mial, the material to be sed for their
aanfaesure being rook blended with a
artaln amount of ement to ahe
S thea olld and firm.
The steamer St. Loele, a large stern
wvbneler,as been purehand with a
member of otbers for the work of con-
Ir tlrla the Eas Ooat railway ex
Stoalon to Key Wat. It arrived at MI.
s l a few days ago.
ULttle 6 dlth Parl Oooney of War.
Sonly fives ad a half years old,
o be a maeloal prodigy aI san
the piano a la Pederewskie. She
pilay the dielmol s ml qf the old
Wr with precision.
Senator Arthau T. Williams of
a eeaonty and Hoe. Harry Maon.,
iatlve from Doval soosny,
left e n sa lllng veel, the Ade-
foheIa ahaa. O0aptals Daviee
0tla Is the pilot.
S2 1 0 .l Ithe vemi at the Key
tnival l there are several pop.
sf ladles in the Island City,
SD Aalo Davis leading with 781
and Mis lBaie Johasaon eeoad
; i 1. Thbore ere wer l others in the

: ry Oibbebkas been looked up in
o e P reaseols on the sharp of mar.
S4di. we wa arrested i a turpeatie
e. mp Wedaoday night. It is thought
e killed a negro named Marshalll
se em three m oth ao. The aegro
W as "at up for a helious ocrie.
The market reports of The Jaeksoa*
V ille Tmea-Unlon are of mueh later I
S 4t to the people of Florida. They a I
metUopolltan feature that should
S lp to make a Iemad for The Times.
*rl o. ie bueleoe eommas.y,.
-I i

II Nor Horton, i


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TIRlE I#AItP SUI Jd~m rn

How IW hkB Tday)
Betts thank yom. Is faet, qU well
Pat, round and full of life and milche
Pink and white Bfesh, dotted with dim-
ples. No cojgh, no iadigsation
All on account of

II ~GMhW u

admistered by a other whose love
was tempered with common snse.
She keow that OZOMULSION Is
Loatin of mergy for grown-ups,
oI, Itltopewaseeof fles. It make
plenty of rfk blood. For pale, feeble
1olk it i the cddf naorisher at life's
feat. It car Consamption wbhe
taken l time. All druggists sell it-
o cents and St.o the bottle. Let us
nsed you
Frm Sqo ke by1 Idli
Write letter or postal to
of Pine Stre, NMow York

and more s*peelally the cotton, pro.
doee and frolt markets. Every mer.
ehant Is ( lntteret4n them, if he Is
live to his business.
The Manofaetrers' Pure Food and
Industrial Expoeltioe, whieh is to be
held In Jacksonville from January 4th
to 18th, hi so be a notable event. Mrs.
Rorer will do the cookingg set" for a
week, whieh will attrnat the ladies.
There will be many other notable f6s.
Henry Snell and wife, two colored
people of St. Auleatine, have been
looed up pending a examination as
to their sanity. They were both siok
and took a patent medicine. Unable to
read I is tbhogbs tbey took soeb lame
detses hat their molds became oanol-
There la moeb work belagdone to
make the Florida Edueational Asoela*i

loan meeting at Miami, the last week
In this month. A sueses. The one great
aetesele Is the rate of fare on the mil.
roads. The distance is so groat that an
effort will be made to get below a cent
a mile.
Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Some. weeks ago during the severe
winter weather both my wife and my.
self contrastd severe oolds which
speedily developed into the worst kind
of la grippe with all It miserable symp.
toms," says Mr. J. 8 Egleson of
Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and
joints asking. muscles more, head
slopped up, *yes and nose running, with
alternate spells of hills and fever. We
began using Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, aiding the same with a drne
of Ohamberlaiae's Storah and Liver
Tablts, ,and by lts liberal use soon
eocnpletely knocked out the grip."
These tablets promote a healthy action
of the bowels, liver and kidneys which
Is always beneSolal when the system Is
congeleed by a old or attack of the
grip Fnr sale by all druggistl.
Ohristmas Holiday Rates.
The Atlantle Ooast Line. to live Iv.
ery one an opportunity to visit their
homes and friends, will ell tiekete so.
ooat of the Christras holiday be-
Iwee all points as one sad one.third
faree plus twenty-flv (i) oente for
the round trip. Tbhe tieketr will be
on sale December 22, Nd. I eth, 251h,
l0th. ltIa and Jau1ary lit, Iaal limits
of ame January 4th.
For stodents and teacher these same
rat will apply with the eseoptlie
that they will be on sale Deember
ITth to 3th, elusive. Thbee tickets
will oaly be sold to students upon pro.
asntallon of a ertiloate sigred by the
prieeipals sad presidents of the varri
oue latlttaloeas.
All of rtho who have daughters
naming here Christmase sould call oa
Atlautie Casot Liaoe aents or write
Frank C. Boyltoa. DisYiret Paegepr
\Axut. Jaekeonvtille. Fla.

I The requmiite of beauty.
wAt S IOw It a The t Re"isite o*f utIy
y V 1m er e mwlIIaisM. Odtte LaaOuve
"-" rruit SyrpeeZ r a sallow, btebedW
,.... eap alekr aes t stlm late the liver
sad bowels. ud the eye beome
Sr*ht ad leelr. Yoe owe t t ye r
Miss Tebeau'sc tr..da tak it le mphaite is
bfb be1- 1e OroLa a. vrrk .pd&an
Sinmo a"amseeeo r *0 aa misis very
Boarding ad eomanat e to aN. l f a eaUt, n
.J W. o,.umraoe A tom-an.
Day School w r-C ty Diree y Per Sa s.
t MI Wim mb t, &*a9 b ree a mbe al es psls

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VtLLK, M A.- PtChIBIER 17, 1905

Doctors Could Not Help Her.
"I had kidney trouble for years,"
writesH M. Raymond Oonner of Shel.
toe, Wal., 'and the doeto eouM ont
help ea. I tried Foley's Kidney Cos
&ad the very rirs doese ave me relief
and I am now armed. I cannot say too
maoe for FoleyT Kidney Ore." It
masa tho diseased kidney s send ao
they will olemaIte the poieone from
the blood. Unless the do this good
health Is imposlble. J. W. MeOollum


Paradise for Huntlng and Fishing

Tbb boHotel I under Do wmansa'rnit and
wll omeOasober tlo, 19A. for the wimier. Beet
scoommodvUoms rue ibe hmaUag.boha do".
turkey msam" cl ame..=Gum& b gm
ebo for aseommolstoi of gueink
frebv&U "mt sot as vpWA"te
ftr lawise sot aomino ibtlm &"few
U ttVLlAoOS. Lav? Dw .a.

(Ialeam Ines in('sehIW ag a sire
Everythin In nSeamos Coo9ed to Order.

COhFEM the let.

m e woo mornee. 5

m we ad a pl.t, all ltho eald slatn.
guaraaed salstefaeuso with eer or
der. When you ars m wat of tipVl
WOOD pieee give me a easl. Evry
heillity foe sawinl. aplittlai ad do.
lleriag wosod pIpnpl.
I& C. AM",
Proprietor Weed Tads, Corner Us.
veristj mad Masnte mi elsm, itsacee
vill. Flortdw
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Sh e Nine Me in FlorIda, Twd of
Whom Have Qped.
flavaanah. G.., Dec. 15.--WULam
Walters, a prisoner in te Cbatham
county aIl, was Identlfed as Sa
Wetooft allas C. W. Walker, alis
Orlsey, who Saturday night, Nov. 11,
mhot alw perano at Nassaavrll, s.Fla
two of whom have since d4id.
The deoaSeation was made by A.
A. Cofa, a brother of one of Me men
wbo was ahoL. Walters deoies tiat be
Is the man. Goffin was aooompnlat
to Salaanah by Sherif-Hggliabottom
of Vrmanaadna.
On the Bilht In question S. & Got-
a, who ruas an oyster factory ln
NaOsauVtlIe, paid his men of, They
weat to a oegro frolic, where Walter
become engaged In a row with Alex
|rbauak. Walters left. He broke
lato a nellhboring house, It is said,
and stole a shotgun and cartddge.
As the party broke up, Walters ap-
peered, and haltlng Dubanki, told him
to run, as he was going to kill him.
As Dbbanks turned, Walters shot him.
Then Walters is alleged tb have run
amoek In the villlae. Everybody who
appNerd he shot. Finally 8& 8.of
s elam up, and Walters shot him.
Solomon anyder, a clerk for Mr. Got.
in, went to his help, and Waltors shot
him twice. One hundred and forty
Sbhot oded 'all over his body. Nine
persons In all were shot.
Walters was arrested here several
days ago, as e tried to escape, after
burglarising the place of J. H. Heft-
man. Tuesday Walters received a 10-
year seatence.
Whlters Is also said to be an escape
from serving a 20-year sentence ret
ceived I toe superior court in Macon
for manslaugater.

Remarkable Cure.
"I was much afSloted with selatiea,"
write Z O0. Nod, Iowaville, Sedgwik
Co, au., "'gong about on crutoh-e
and suffering a deal of pain. I was
Indeed to try Ballard's Snow Lini.
meant, which relieved me. I used
three s bottles. It s the greatest
liniment I ever used. Have recom-
mended it to a number of persons.
All express themselves as being bene.
fted by it. I now walk without
erutehee. able to perform a great deal
of light laor on the farm." 25o, 60e
&ad i1. Sold by W. M Johases.
aIg Price or change *eat.
New York. Dec. 1.-The Cotton
Iaohange membership of Charles
Bryan wu sold yesterday to Henry
Sehaleer for $3.A00. the record price
for a oat on this exchange. The
lnt. aet sold brought Mt.000. A year
ago $10..0 was oaltld a hlh prite
for a seat on the exhal e.

Torture of a Preacher.

The *tWry of the torture of Rev. O0
D. Moo.e, peMor of the Baptist eborth
of Harpernvee, N. Y, will later
you. He ays: "I sufferd agaies.
bensee f a pernoiteot eogh., ralt-
lat from the grip. I had to s ep sit-
st g up in bed. I tded mayt ream
edieo wthbot relief natil I took Dr.
KiMa's Now DiNvTry lor Oom0ep.
te, OuNghs aOd oM. whI etiey
eud my cough aad saved me fram
e-ampiem ." A Itand eso or die.
esmed ealdltl of leat aid luI
As all drengle'ts apI o asmi 110 ,
marasood. Trial ees free.

ise otirv Ofei .. tae Board of
Health of Florla-J-ckseoville.
Flrida, De ber It, IlI.
A ooapetitiv examinatlee to fil v.
eanec exlesag la the powtioe
of Aailtan to the State Heal~h
Oserwill be held at the of.
e" of the sftae Beed of Healh
ebe Ib, yrt. *De--cmber 30b,

I Ipglaeaat 'a emamtaamie
7' oo ea h m=st bbe hem-U.e iumom t the State
srt nwis.andiw ot s big h ab w.
kftp Your II~ OeIi eletsPuaeihchhel
ce d eI a medials wlege rreeqlsed b
1 ANMe pdbal Asa
Aeem ras Oft two ftaf sw Applhmmt be Aet~ a"eh

fnot 9 N wmalUI hemeeIed Nedis S..
oft mrae _" eviu& rawa u
ftmizy wd I- w-le be mo*AI da no*e mod fth i

ne ) r9 4w ad per nt c theuw -

Irns s I uvm" of I" -aCI
NMI"* SUM. j. IW
ptIP '4 14


Sllt Penewylvania System and Was
Oeneal Manager of Air Line.
Newark, N. J., Dec. 16.--General
Herman Hanpt. a veteran of the civil
war and a noted railroad man and
engineer, and the oldest graduate of
Wwe Polat, died suddenly on a Penn-
sylvania railroad train between Jersey
I City aad Newark. He was stricken
with heart disease while conversing
with his son, Louis M. Hupt, who
was formerly a professor at the Unl-
versity of Pennsylvania.
General Herman Haupt was born In
Pbiladelphia la 1817. He practically
built te Pennsylvania railroad sys-
Stea. He was clef engineer and con-
trctor of the Hoosalc tuanel and built
the tidewater pipe line. During the
civil war he had entire charge of all
the military railroads of the federal
government and was brigadier general.
He was alo general manager of the
Pliomoat Air Lne and of the North.
ern P4clfc railroad.

The Key That Unlocks the Door to
Long Living.
The men of eighty-five and nioety
years of age are no the rotund well
fed, but this, spare men who live on a
slender diet. Be u careful am he will,
however, a man past middle sge will
ooeMasonally eat too much or of some
article of food not suited to his consti-
Sttlio, and will need a dose of Cham-
bersaln's 8tomaeh and Liver Tablet to
eleoane 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
age. For ste by all drugglits.
Editor to Face Chargea.
Bpartaaburg, 8. C., Dec. 16.-A
sensation was developed in the South
OCrolina Methodist conference, over
which Bishop W. A. Candler of Atlanta
ls dalast bev. C. W. Creighton. edi-
o of The *O rttlan Appeal published
at Greenwood. The charges were
made by the presiding elder of his
district, alleging that be. while editor
of the paper in question, was guilty
of watering also and slanderous state-
meats against the presiding elders and
to conduct unbecoming a Christian


Off0e aI Mwolr Law Exchare

JOHN MZNZIES. Proprietor.
910-nl W. Bay at.. Jsolksomie, Pi.
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Doa't
fail to eall on me when in Jabksovlle

Cold Storage
Is the best method by which the pro-
docers of meat can have them taken
care of. The
Hai the most complete plant in Cen.
trial Florida, and the process is the
best for
Pmlerv MXeatns
We solicit patronage and guarantee
perfect satisfasilon. Meats prepared
by this process can aleo be smoked.
Diamond Ice Company,
ItB tUMINGS'TO.Mirr..GalueTrle.5PKrid

Alacuh.a Flrida,
Will also pot up meats by the same
proeess. Leave orden at either place.

The Flotida

Fruit and Truck Grower
L J. BRIlm Editoer ad hePr
One Tear.. ......... 0
airle repee ............ ..

A hands t elly alut i ad-i a
devoted apelaUy to the las nm
do frait ad vegetable guge ad
A espeal trial sobseriptl el ofia
mthe wtbe a not a seeips at
Ote. OMpa tokes

a. im ms -
Irofm1AWest on u

Xaftllr a" Woosob-'"
GZ pesIlm1 t103-1 --epM-

,, !-! NtIV jh

P. nbe rr lno a we vr gs

GEO' nBa E~

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Ofce over Marous Endels. PboaeOlHLfPJ

And Solicitor in Equity
Real Estate, Conveyaneing and Go*i.
eral Practice. All business promi
attended to. Office next door ofi


Oan sell your city property, (it
proved and unimproved), piprwe
troeking and farming lands, I
a listof what you offer for sle.

*" E. BAKER.

Office in Endel Block.


DENT I 1.,

Over Dutwto Co Bank. Galalv a


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ITe .11'AV[E,. FLORIDA, -,DECEMBER 1 1905 7
+"__ iSUN. 8 AI E lO FLORIDA, DECEMBER 17 1905 7



Pashieneble Coiffure Seem at the
Opere-Jeweled Combe a Neteeable
Feature-Bat-winged Belt Bueklee a
Pretty Fanoy--mart Toweling Bath
Gowns and French Lounging Robes.
The opera season so f r is a splendid
success, and during the week New
York fashionable and 'tusIl lovers
ieerally divided their.evenings with
Ma. Nordica. embaridch. Caruso, Bell-
f eaky, Journet and a bost of other
members of the various casts. Never
hba the Metropolitan presented a more
brlllat poetacle than at this opera
seaso, the lavish display of jewels
and handsome gowns eclipsing any-
thtag s~u pubnbly in New York for
maW years.
The elaboate arrangement of the
coure which brings Into play such
blsnttl gold and Jeweled comb. o,r-
em Ats and allgrets adds to the geu-
eral brUUlacy of the house. From an
orcbetra seat the back view is of
own and rows of handsome combs.
the unIadned colffure being the ex-
captao rather than the rule this season.
Back combe worn singly are rather
hiSla than were those of last season.
',, the upper portion affording unlimited
opportunity for ornamentation. Shell
L mbe set with amethysts are exceed-
Sagl falionable, and amber and topaz
ar effectively worn in dark tresses. A
9t of silver combe, rather low andt
-alH, was adorned with tiny rhine-
toe settings which twinkled as stars.
ad there were may less gonsplcuous
mabs of tortoise shell with a quite
dimple old beading outllaing the top.
A ftret view of tim bOXeS showed a
ew diamond tiaras and butterflies

Lirty Suilk

Post&* 646.

A Macy Xmas Bargain

$2.00 Liberty Silk Throw Sarf,


New York city well dressed women
ar, wearingg utck pieces these crisp Do-
Tetinleor la;3 to add jauntiness and ain-
Ish to their costume as well as comfort.
\V1ien everywhere should wear one of
these hIeomling Scarfs. What could be
more appropriate as a Christmas Gift
than a pretty lcarf, made In style as
Illustrated, of platted liberty silk and
edlgel with shirred silk ribbon, forty-
si x inches long, and made in black.
white, black edged with white or white
wilt hack? Price, $1.34. Postage
cents *ra. Each Scarf will be neatly
lpacked in a box, and every order bhlp-
It l the same day as received.
We will promptly and cheerfully re
fund your money uonen return of the
l sarf if It t not In every way aftl -
factory to you. This is our rule with
all goode purchased tro uas.
If you haven't a copy of oar Georai
Catalogue In your ouee, write for It
today It will be sent you free f all

ddVm 3seem



A uT a m nwalso aso wan oxi
amsft the millionare set and the eve
r algoret a&d velvet bow wit
I cabehoa center were agai

Snew*est belt buckle are made to
evn nl at the watst liae with sllgbtlj
pltld 1od.s a charming deelga beinl
a 4 t e Jewel studded bat-wlas with
a eOM OnemeDig slide far A oG e
iiadee for tusdieJ up tbe
48 M a ot ribbon etock, so mauc
MW Paris.ht are beginning to be
B S-ea--lsmally. tbeA as yet tbey
a n ae M the Ilmt f eet a"ore
It ta rtal ezcliW New Tork
IW may be tfeud e e del-ttully
inlal. bath gews w dalatlneg,
Iu1o ad delicto- gSCta ore tax-

4L One caa ecaMy ftay a more
pOlpiago fabric for sMc perpWeS
t Ilampwtod owela sad toese een
am vWm a ott as aW to thef touch.
ALaum bath aW was e wbhe sad
bag I s tlWac, so tripe blias
e ad rtch lMtat. Vpe" each
wSe "SMt noa Igms, r-room
e le. Ties. pas aWere
itoeIwr witL ewbag sleree
asb hed" W*.the G fuaem teibow
% n at tde w" "alte a hea

ea o To M

^--1 d flak m, ^ ,i^Nw de
ri r mW f'

a4u S s

Lacies of Baptslt Church Will Present
Play on Christma Night.
The t Ilies if the I'.aptist church at
INewbcrry. r'alixing the need of ehoarb
fund,. have been ne-retiealll at work
r on the three-set drains. *The Lsst
Ib osf." which Wil ,he jlresented at the
a church on (Crit lmas rtening.
The caste wil' ,b compoed of loeal
Silent, which will woe f the higher or
der, ald all who attend are assured of
r a most interrsting and n ,joyable even.
The play is bh'ed and written upon
Stemperanc,- gr. ,d*. hence is cleaa,
I rrfloed ail In !rtuctive throoghoot,
I and is torirl to carry a moral air and
boneflit Ot.''Oe- .)W iianes it It I. a
prrtty story u-il written and will be
well reniir'd., ail the people of New.
berry cannot afl,,rd t miss itl especial.
Iy seine th- ,ir,d,'etion will be mode
for a worthy eause
The adi i **,rn w 11 te 25 eente.
price any'" P cn Iaffrrd tr pey

In Mad Chase.
Millions rula In mad chase after
health, frm or, e tree of faddeim
to mother. wheu, if they erld caly
*at good food. and keep their brielI
rerlatr with Ir Kiet's New Life PtIs.,
their mtrohd* would all 4m eaway.
Prompt relief sad quwis eore fore li
and stoleh trouble 2e& ai all dnrg
Kore; gusrsnted
Farmers Are Satshfed.
Jed1e. Deo ramber -The 0eaUos
Orp ise aboest al pieed4 o sad see.
The famewef ste eommesIagso pe*
pue er st year' ereoe. sad kilta
lhin pb*if easer. Te Tedy d
llg to e m l eh d.-eworaged. t e
a #ewers tfaf, pite s for these' as e
Oe- tWhy my se.as they WiU pAiS
me- ma gowl.

A1 V1-1 --sf


K. of P. Elect of Offcers-Big Christ-
mat Displaey of Merchants.
Archer, Deoember 16 -P'r lhel'sG it
making some repairs to hi. reridence.
Dr. Waddell has been lite. il for
some day, buit is now out a*t: n.
At the first meeting in l.veiiit-r the
K. of P.'s elected the lollowtrv ottihers
for the next six maoth,: C. '. t'. D
Wood; V. C., Sam D. Fleming Pre-
late, 0. D. Flmla M. at J \V
May; M. of W., F. S. Curl: K of &
8., J. E. Wells; M. of E R I lodg-
son; 0. 0., C. O. Oovingto! : 1 ( it
A. Humphries; Repreentative'. I W.
All the merohants are d.plpyingl
Christmas good ad trad is ,odi.
Bothehurches will hav e 'i ristlias
trees for the seholare.
There is a movement on foot to build
a jail in Arober. About $.', hasr le.u
raised for the purpose and as roon as
lumberean begotten work will coin-
meae .
Mrs. C. W. Baukuight is it.k from a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jel Tuek.
er, at Live Oak.
Mr. and Mre. Toeker crn., in today
and Joe'Tueker left thisI morning for
Richmond, Fla., where he wiI elli gage
la the naval store businite. Mrs.
Taoker will remain with other parents
until there I4 a hoose ready for her,
The infan of W. B NliI.endon of
Dutton was buried nl the Archer cem-
etery on Wedneuday.
Major DePsae arrived hone oni
Wednesday afternoon. having pent
quite awhile in Texas, also Meinphis,
Would like toeorreot the statement
in The Sun a few days ago in rt ference
to the ease of Oano Perry before Jur.
Sloe Ohambllo It stated lerry was
assessedI a fne of O and cotsL Hi
fine was $10 a d eats

Coughing Spe Caused Death
"Harry Doekwell, ated 2~t years,
choked to death ear yesterday morn.
log as his bome la the presence of his
wife sad ehlld. He contracted a lillht
cold a few day ago and paid hut little
attention to it. Yesterday morning
be wal seised wilth ti of coughing
whieh eo alnoued tor some time. His
wife seat for a phyLsoian, but' before
he could arrive another coughlai
spell oame oo mad ockwell died from
sufloeation.-at. Loii (Olobe DeU o.
eras December let. 19ol." Ballard's
Horehound Syrup would have saved
him. Oh, 0ftoand $1. Sold by W. M.
Miss Reeeeveh Reallied Popularity.
Cliblcago Dec. I:.-A illspatch to
The Tritbue Ifroo Washingtton. ID C.
says: Miss Alice Roo-ev.it res:lled
yesterday, if nev, a before her wide
popularity tbrougbtr t the I'nit.d
State. She has teen overwhelmed
with congratulatilos and tnirled in
lowers. Local fnor ts were s amwped
vlth orders for An. rtcan beauties anl
Violets, box after t,,,g beta delivered,
at the White Honi today, and meo
sengers with aote, sad telegrams be
Igl to constant at,'endacl e.

A Fearful Fate.
It is a fearful fate to have to endure
the terrible torture of piles. "I an
Iruthfllly sy," wrtee Harry Colsoe
of Masoeaille. Ia "that ltr blitd.
blelMig, Ilhing auil protrodt a pilse.
BIcklel'. Araie 'ale is the beet
orn e mde." Ali, eet for eseou, brns
ad laJore. 6e at all druoglet.,
We ChemponahIp ef America.
lewo Tork. 16K .-. II U-

duceks of Long I sad City. won the
aaplnel (1 IAmeriM at clay birds
yoevAq, with a u-re d e cO of a
poees If*.1 O(ly Seec Pint beiJ
NserdtekS c orp. W. W, Garrets CF
rkado Sorwiga lue @ fthe croak
Smallr abta of co.WetOL
Ste Bbyis C.4othS Teeth
genrseuedoewtmot old sOd WelA.
tried remedy rsn Wlkewkmo 500b.
i n ropr t.r e ldOb tebiag. It
seme"G 0Id a ome ww s" e gums,
po et" w. widglseamd is
6c9 wtumm for 41suleM Tshe.

ift Tess i. -4%

toom" dma dpat *-wvas". TI. wee
vowe ldh slp-The Oa
WewdMMThe ILI~06004 O
-A s M O M a a s I d 0o f M O w
n1, 00 &wereoaa ~o

1"ado sofMo
b.61use paswa w boon.



Surgeons Elected Offloes.
Louisville. ICy., Dec. 16.-The South.
ern Surgical and Gynecological asso-
clatlon closed Its three liays' season
here and elected officers as follows:
Pres4d!'nt. Dr. George P. Noble. At-
lanta. Ga.: first vice president. Dr.
Stewart McGulre. Richmond. Va ; sec-
ond vice preshilint. Dr. I. D. Martin,
New Or'etArhA;: .cretpry, Dr. W. E.
Hagg;ar,l. NaShvIll,. Tenn., reflected;
treasurer, Pr C. MI Rosser, Dallas,
Tex.. reelectel. Baltimore was select.
ed for the next meeting place.

Typothetae Allowed Appeal.
Richmond. Va.. Dec. ld.-T.ae su-
preme court of appeal has allowed
an appeal In tho case of the Typn'he-
tae. or eniploy ng prln!t'rs of Rich.
monad. against the strlklng Job printers
The effect of the sIuiwrsdleas s to
make operative the Injunction tirst
grantrd by Judtle trinnan of tao c an.J
cery court. restraainng the strikers
from talking to men who have come,
to the city with a view to Induicing
them to quit work.

- -iL. --

LaGrippe and Pneumonia. All efforts havr liledi o itnd a bet-
Pneumionia often n followed lagriplpr, ter remoedly for dotuigh.., .ldt and lung
bau never follows the ue, of Foley's trouble Ithn F'oley's lloney and Tar.

Honey and Tar. J t cure. lagrippe.
coughs and prevents pimpiuoinia and
consumption. Ask for Ftliry's Honey
and Tar anid refuse any sfuhtituite of-
fered, Mr. (i. \Vaher, 157 t)Osatd
street, Chicrco. write.: "My wife hadl
a ever cesof lagrilppe three yearr
ago and is left her with a terrible
cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Hlonoy Iad Tar and it gave immnmdiate
relief. A 60-eent little eired ier colugh
entirely." Refillu sabstitutes. J. \,'
MeCollom & Company.

It stops the ooughi hnl t ,heI lings and
prevents serious restilat from a cold.
J. N. Patterson, Nashua, Iowa, writes:
"Last winter I had a had cold on my
lungs and tried at leas half a do ipe
advertised fough medieinpe and haot
treatment from two physiolans with-
out getting anr benefit. A friend re*
commendted Foley's Honey and Tar
and twu-thirds of a bottle oured me. I
consider it the greatest enouh and lupg
medicine in the world." J. W. Me*
Collum & Company.

IsEna A I IA I T
SJjfL JA.OA3 D a J\

Air Line Railway

o FOR e. *

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia, New York,

9 U


Only Line Operating

Daily Throglh Pullman Slepors from Jocksonvlle to New Orlseoa

For flll laformatioa and lteper revervtie ell on say nat ealboad 9o
write A. O. Ma*ci)ONL,. . B.OYLbTON Ja.
Aest. Oeeral Paes.ar Apat. P'aMeal Ageit,
... ..... I . ..-a

Southern Railway

Te Trl- BPly IN Wa1f1g ito s4d 5ew tecr.
brlleI MIvswi,, eMoeuer fI UP

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Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.




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Steamship Driven Ashore.
Norfolk, Va., Dec. 16.-During
thick \,a a(nd a fierce storm t.iA
Belgilan -: '; uthip) Antigoon. Captain
Callmuf:., 1,1 i,I from Mobile, Ala..
to LaRdHt i,. Pia;nce, was driven
ashore early to, ly and now lies in a
perilous position TIh e vessel Ltruck
on a reef l'. mi:cs -,'oih of Lttle
Island Life Savlilg -'atii, and 18
miles south of C(apt lit nry.

Ie Ilaaht Ma Children.
The K ui Y lin Atways Bought
Bears tho
Signature of

Arrested For Forery.
Cica>o", lDt'. 14.--Wlllaml J. Smlth,
for I 'years oorfeatlOl bookkeeper
for the IRbert tevenson nag cofl
pauy, has been arrested for foryW.




SSlote$ May nRad"

(flocks, Oloaks,
latees etyice at J. Masem's.
Sndostrial Editlos 10 a 'opy.
asdn ervanente rainoats at
*" C hrietsme and New Year's eards
E h Te Sa oblc.
Aoked salmon, halibut, tongue and
4red beef at Donresy'.
Albet. O'lll has turned from a
baotvlnee trip to Wsaahoota.
S toerroom flst for et. Mrs. Foe.
.sr, 4 0 Wet Main street, N.
Fra t aahie for Immediate or future
4'elavoy. Keystone Bakery.
J D. ftrlnmfellow has returned from
'-, batsia trip to a)eaeville.
The Sea Industrial EditOt seat to
; ay address4 potge free, for 10 c@ato.
S Iroa-beody t"r wagoe with
S eteel wheel. Priee are lows t as
S Latie' skirt, ladle' rlneoae asld
S everything la the fy ods line at 1.
S' Msan '.
There will be sometUh delna all
the wek at our tore. Get be habit,
L.I Buarkhim.
SThe well dresed mas always bhoy
bl. lothing as MNanua Edel's. lH1
stehk Ieomplete.
Mrs.M. J. Ward of Kirkwood made
Sebrief es plemat visit to friend la
S bis city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Balle and son,
S Alla, Jr., of Alahaus, were visitors to
thls e I yesterday.
S Mr.audMrs. A. L. Orl of Ohiago
a lal the ity for the winter, stepping
at I1. Iaslter street.
SThe Kihhrebaum salt are aoted for
hew tyle ef make aad strenath of
ie*. At J.UMa 'e.
9tra plsee of the Indestrial idl-
'.Cl of T he a for s at Ae. r's mnd
Y*'Wl'* noe stades si 10 oanu
i. eed room to rent as blnek ad*
f.se quare. OGatlean teaanst
Apply at uBeoefe..
& b MS0oas ofe Bell wae among
,pl Is ae| t West End planters who
a~d Olallville a yolt yesterday.
I Whea yoe wet a pleansat laative
S okm Ohmberlala's 8tomah nd Liver
lete. For sale by all dregatla.
HApieqftJ.FP. Johasea retained
S' PMr da from Dayteea, where he has
-bee with his wife for the past few

SbleMabel A tO&ar rtwned to
(rb hemen. Is hel. rio le te aster

S o. MtittM.adMrs. W.
Mdteb .is Ity, Ireaursn"d to her
Y fall fvomlllta o aw"
uWa nI eew ear Ohristmas eadlie
sue l-dIy fros reanallys' faW-
n.m. amaBe ree and pare. r, *
t k 441d M 6OIL
v M to aL Weley arried jeleterday
lsaWd, Del., adM will sped- the
"w tw h Mr. Weoley ha been
SAiee the arme tUmee.
M,. .J. lpt ey ofSe Boasn, Mea
eMod In the eiy Friday s spend the
ite als ikhs ho&me of her soiter ln,
la, Mras n . Mas I..w.
"Hew to Mae Mosey ln Lto ."
'W'lreon reeeod a n arosiea i

Iw.i MM eet l tItr ar h. If ye
eaU *un. Monday umesi, the ha
1p to yoentoer >& A. I. Harper.
behablt. (. sUaL J Rene.

d ,9wr teuir-ahe tn go-
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Ledlee~ililu eards in latest styles
at eaa ofda.
Full liae of Colgate's sops and ex-
tracts at Dorey's,
Faseinators are worn by the elite
and sold by J. Maosse..
Dates, ftg, raolas, nots, candles and
peanut brittle at Dorsey's.
1,00 Christmas ears and ealenders,
beautiful designs, at Vidal's.
Some fne city and country property
for sale. 0. Pedriek, Gainesville,
A complete line of dress shirts,
hoolery, neckwear, dollars and suff ast
Mareos Eodel's.
B. M. 0hamberlain, the trouker of
Tacoma, oe transacting business in
this city yesterday..
Now lI the time to order your Obrist-
mac aa4 Now Year's eards. Fine line
of sample at The Boa ofleo.
Higheit prioo p"M for aromste tim-
ber, either pine or sypres. M. J. Ed.
dy or W. A. Halle, Aleahat, Fla.
For Sale-A desirable suburban
home; city water; modern eonven-
lea"s. Address X. R., this oflee. ft
Turpentine lease for sale at this of*
loe, 0O per dose, $8 per hundred.
Oaeh most company order. dawtf
Jas. P. Boyd of Palatka and J. 0.
Marhall and J. Bperling of Oeala
were visitors to Oineeville yesterday.
Emanuel tudstill of Newberry was
la the city yesterday on business con
nested with the United States land of-
Prof. J. L. )iekson of Arher, prin.
eipal of the Archer school, was amoln
those who paid Gaineeville a visit yee.
The ldaeutrial Edition of The Son
lt on sale at Avers' and Vidal's news-
tands. ot a copy and send Ito
your friends.
Prof. J. G. KRlle, eeretary of the
state Board of Control, returned to
Tallahassee yesterday, after several
days spent among friend here.
We have a aloe line of whips with
pearl and carved Ivory hbadle, solid
mountins-also whips of every de*
seription. Call ad aee them. Balrd.
Mr. D. W.Trawdeof Live Oak bha
arrived in the lity, and will sped the
Ohrietas holiday with her parent,
Dr. end Mr. N. D. Phillips. Her no.
moreoa friends are delighted to see
Before pureasing, don't fall to me
our fle line of anleare eats, comb
and brakh set. work boxes, dollar ad
cdil boxes, milltary brushes. Our
prcesne are rnablt and good rel
able. L. O. Smith. N. tdL quarem.
The regular weekly meettig of Oea-
ter ledie No. 11. I. 0. 0. F., will be
held as Masoone Hall Moaday evealng.
beginning as 7 o'eloek. There will
be work lt the Aeond. enad a fall a
otedasee i deered. Vlstia brother
will be owdially wlaomaed.

Mobile, Ala.. Feb. 16. 1M.
Dr. K. W. Hall, St. Leto, Mo.-Der
8Ir Doutrla the past yar we have
lM oer ttwey-for dome "H*I ll
Oueat DOiseer" for kidaey ad bled
der trebeoe and daring that ime have
reueivud lb esmpalast.
Yea r reAsetflly.
0. Van Arnaur a So .

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Bold In 3Jiueelle by J. 8. Bodiford
0 0o. ad J. W. MeCollum & Co.

Strictly pon maple syrop and maple
sugar at Donry's.
Robert Food of Mieanopy war trad-
4afTa the *ity yesterday.
B. F. Mathews and son, Frank, of
Kirkwood were among the visitors to
this city yesterday.
J. J. Haymans of Loehloos was
looking after hbs rel estate interested
In this city yesterday.
The overcoat eason ei hen and
every man and boy should kLow that
we sel1 the be. J. Manasse.
Remember, we will have plenty of
faeny elery and eranurries for
Christmeo boUdays. W. 8. Dorsey
& Co., 'phone 16.
0. D. Dennis, the efielent mine
sapertatendeat of the Dutton Phoe.
pbate Oompany,button, is spending
Sunday I( the elty.
Our Christmas esodies will be made
by Nsusally tomorrow and will be
shipped diret for the holiday trade.
J. 8. Bodlford & Co.
Beautiful seamless enamel colee
pos,. teapo sugar bowls and a nieo
assorteat of Christmas goods. It
will pay you o oee them. Baird.
A. 8. Aadersoo of B Baello, who is
eoueoted lna high position with the
Dooellou Phosphate Company, is na
the eity on beioness onneoted with
the oompaay.
Mr. ad Mrs. J. C. Halle and Mr.
aad Mrs. J. M. Haile of Alashoe were
among the visiton to this eity yeter-
day. Mrs. J. 0. Halls and children
proceeded in the afternoon to Jack-
sotaile, where they will spend a few
dayb qlth Mrs. L D. May.



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