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
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 20, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01058
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. 270)


(AINESVIYL, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK


ftlly adivial'ti tha: theIr de:oosizor %%i::
be fully paid on demand."
BIG BANK FAILURE : t bn ATTORNEY PATRICK
The Chicago National bank wns or

IN THE WINDY CITY !anzIt in Novembe. 181". witha c' SAVES B S ED m
S- d In Pro r 1.
Assets Invulvld In Properties its resources. according to report-- Condemned to Die He Made'


of President.

OEPOSITORS TO BE FULLY PAID

-Chicago Clearing House Banks Have
Taken Matter in Hand and Have
Pledged Themselves to Pay AJI De.
poeitors Upon Demand.


made to the comptroller of the
cy, are $21.000,000, of which
$11.0n0,0).0 are loans. amd disc
$4,IO.(mO cash on hand LI
Include nearly $14.00..,)00 of in
deposits and $4.700,000 due t
banks.

RFPORTLD DIATHO FOR

Story Regardlng Tragic End
Men Fabrication.


current
nearTI peal For Murderer.
olnt ofN UP
abillities ATTORNEY HAD GVIEN UP H


dilvlld a:
o other


FUN.

of Two


Scicago, Dec. 19-Falure of the Cii. Fltzgerald, Ga., De.. 1--It has been
oo National baxn, the Home Stvlngi learned that the story that appearlas
Lank and tae gqultable Trust company, Friday regarding the tragic death If
all of Chicago, was announced at 3:30 Fred E;er and Vard Dickursou wa
-o'clock thi morning by representatives a fabrication.
* of the Caloago Clearing House assocla. A. 11. Jones, editor of the Fitzger.
tion after a sesalon lasting 48 hourA. a!d People. received a !ettel purport-
James B. Forgan, president of the Ing to be from J. B. DI Paulk. stating
First National bank, as head of the that Elder and Dlckeraon had LtKen
clearing house committee of the Chi- killed by the breaking of a scaffold
Scago ass9clated banks, gave forth the while they wgre painting his hours. As
statement. Tne aaaeta of these lntLl- Mr. Paulk is a man of undoubted ver-
tutiona, it was asserted, were involved aclty, the report was given immediate
nl coal and railway properties of John credence, an account of the accident ap-
R. Walsh, president of t L Chicago Na. pared in the evening paper here. and
tlonal bank. the anguished relatives of the young
John R. Waleh, head of the Instltu- mien prepared for their funeral rites.
- vent, was not at the meeting. was astonished to hear the story. and
The statement was issued at tie of- declaed tnat there had been no arcc
dnIe of the Frt National bank as dent. Liter young Elder admitted
Follows: that be had written the letter himself
"The Chicago National bank, the "Just for fun." and signed Mr. Paulk's
Home Savings bank and the Ekiultable, name to it.
Truth company, which have been con -
trolled, officered and managed by Jac ELIJAH II THROWS UP JOB.
R. Walsh, and his assoelatte. jave' con P
eluded to wind uptheir affairs and quit Will Give Up His Place as the Official
business in the city of Chicago. After Head of Zion City.
a thoroulb examination of their affairs Chicago. Dec. 19.--John Alexantdei
by the Chicago Clearing House tbank Dowle. the head of the Chrsltian ('ath
It.ts stated that all of the depoltors ollc church, has given up his rule. and
of 'btse Inatitutions will be paid in will ,oon leave for one of the Inlands
fulftupon demand, the Clecago clearing of the Caribbean sea. there to remain
bouse banks having pledged tiemselvei until spring in hopes of regaining his
to this result." health. Annmoncement of the abdl
The difficulty wlta the institution, cation of the lha4Jr of Ilon (ity was
has been that t.iepe Inve-tments have made by Overseer John C. Sprecher
been male in as.et't connected with Pres'llnt lDowle made It known inhat
the railway and coal e!'erprises of he woul{l ttannfer all authority over
Joha R. Walsh. Thosm. aIssetx were the church unreservedly to a triumnvi
not Immediately available to n:-eet ild rate. and' leave for the sot.i as oon as
geoits and have been take n o, er ,ton he. r i1:i arrange hi, affaIrs and at a
terms wilch will enable tne thrt, Inr mewlrignof hil fol!'owe.r formal an
stitations to pay their detpositort In nounre nmenPt Wsr nm.le that tbe control:
tall. of the r'urrh hail bl n placed In the


Mr. Ridgeley. comptroller of the cur.
wacy. san captain Buhank. of the edl
tonr' de4partr t t Bprigleld. were
seOM and ezpresed tbhmrelves as tbe
tal agreesab please at the action of
tft Cicago banks and stated that It
ed great credit upon the assaoc
baeak of (llcago, as it Indicated
abllity to meet any emergency
a Itanae entirely satisfactory to

I WaleS. president of the fall
tetitatlOas. was very huay a hbI
this mornlag and decili*d to
flatarbed when called up ove the
His daughter. however.
tran Wlab stating that all la
ycveroaxtl th tae ee, for
t at least. will be gives on:
4elfrtf" How" eoetaco.
NIa 8t0 t the t lseapl Clartaig
NIMoteIt was b ega Saturday
Clerk were oteUld antd &*
Wilh toea lesgra&Ohee. hr-
SOtfT"rt N Kational bekl. elad
iema bes t C"eaItrg Nam21 a0

hat OWg **able the to r tA4
am In sly That a paste
be likely to follow was the ast
Wat me aMitttieS R0l1tts
edopWd ad ead of othr buask
themo veeo give Iasitam e
l~arma awOneriasg the meet
the rn.r iee was kept weri t
I dteb'e . 4 ~arnta. sad a half
be.r '.* kliatleo gave oMt th

of tSroe beaks were Is
ai. *lbov beak oWir-taj

to *e form ] aelqM
boo i sa saaume enate tha'
"seolved weAs set ope
tft Worb m theft totheea
was RMa4 asa s-j 1
s fm bob oes Io tha
ete Chum M
-:gee sa ase


hant!. of ()v-cr*rer aprrcher. Judge 1)
Parn.s antd ieacoa Alexander Qran-
gpr
W'l!e o, a trip to MexI'e a few
e4.. nicr, P'ru-rle,-nt I)owie suffered a
slight troke of paralysis

SAFE DYNAMITED BY BANDITS.

Bank Was Leeted After the Watoc
man and Son Had meen Bewed.
Smuflel,:. ( on. L De Il-After bild-
Ing tbe railroad watchtsan. William
Jones. anj his 12 year-old so. to chairs
Ia tbe railral stattoo ha sl bank
robbers pritd bteir way lato tee Suf
beld # savings bank of Male street. blew
open the afe afirr the fourth attempt
and made awa) itu about I&O.WO
worth of rrl-'st*-r-d boods and stocks.
at gotsbi. a#rrcrdiag to PrestlJea
Newtoa, of tf. Inrnt;fllos
Tbey oeerl' ke l |3.tW ) In tch sad
Mlgoltab!e buol la a 4rawer marby
AHloolgt the sale wa wrefke. aIJ
the exploston was aar-l f at a Mil assy. the robtlr, ma I. t etr
sempe. klaving on clrw whaberrv


Bljrhts N Y lEe 19 A si4 crre
set with rutis-s a"a ePew:-4d "a a
oll hala was rut err-e ve.WM sats
at t( oRT ( asart H Cteeoa. tbasp
of the o an C(auWlk diore of at bf
faIt. whle to b wa attetadiag te 4d*




Ttpe Tf--v k*i Tam*
hag M elt w T asv D al ud atft-
A Ur Of tbis etty was the es of a
tfis trUP ra7m Mrit aMMn .
SmanOsd oa r Po9om a deIpr am
Domwe. bfw s eV 0

t by 3,* a
see epa as as t em 4-jjs .A


TO BE TRIED ON MURDER CHARGE

Official Will Be Arraigned for Shoot.
IAN rar.Ing Negro Prisoner.
lAN Pensacola. lan., lDec. 19 --Henry
Gibbs, a white convict iuar(., 1.4 I '. Io
county lail here clirgdtt wl'h antiirle
Ap aI Indletnment having be en returuat
against him by the grand Jury The'
Indtictnent wasv ollowidl by a warrtrn'
for Gibba anJ he wa.< irreote( 1 mnil!.,
HOPE west of the city. \lWhen rretedl hhe


COAST LINERS. HAVE


VERY ROUGH VOYAGE


City of Memphis Swept By Ter
ritin, Seas.

ALL STEAMERS WERE OVERDUE


Si trembled violently, and ascribed It to
the excuse that he bh'livei'l that he
When Patrick Heard of the Case He was going to be shot for s(ne cause. Many Vessels Came in With Their
Asked Condemned Man to Let Him O lhhs will be trled at t i;e present Deck Houses, Boats and P.pea Badly
Make an Appeal, and Papers Were terni of the circuit court The state Damaged-Two Men Were beriouely
will exiict to prove that ne ihlll,,rante
Prepared in Prison. ly shot down an killed a ne, ro at. Injured by Sea Boarding Ship.
New York, Dec. 19.-The World vict who had heome enftw','!-' y x Ni,* or, lDe. l., iuc.,;uilg tua.t.
sat .; post re t and leknie and that ti e na l ,,, aU \\ nl,.1 n (I,. .,4 mai I.
Al;)ert T. Patrick, undtr swtietice of gro when shot otn do n was t ll: Untt"'t i .,itt hIis.l t .IAllU Il t.l Ft 0) O( tL U
death, has prevented the c't'utiont o sconi of an01" ) any nger. pa4t WtA a I t M ieu ..ouu ul f tiU ulat vio
Jo.iu 4lohnxsiU, who wan to .,4A\ tV 'n > i At the trial. which will tak0' P1 ice lent itl'rmns vie. r xaverit'ucedil ul t.it
electro uted today. He wti., c tII icl., this week. the, state will sherw up t)ht A;nlatlict ticnal.
td for \wir. murder Uax w.. i luiForllla ronvlc lea Ise nvttu n% Ilt a Al. t::te aiv ttiaer fIltni lKrtls aouth of
\\.'nto.it'st county. |bad light. end one w.Ilch denlnnfll In- .1t rtlk wer, I. 111n1 i to ,o hbiur uvti
JohbdOnll'Se lawyerAsC Oif,,l, 1 .1 1tAAant reform The alley ged iantlm ,Iui iMt) Of l i Vt i see 4 t Cll It
there Its no ground for Lin i .1lL ti, killing of tho, negro convict. i l w o ,.t del, nlt,,ul.,. boaru ettl pipes bead-
".iy iontlasel In 4not ,Ai:t ; i.to aipe.l w nane A l, M >arshall. will Ce tal n ,a ly .itimiis', I T.tl HIolltiltd AUmeric.LA
tny case," sild Prione Joh.,l "anl d exlmplf, tfr an liillenlld lt ci' l.lnxt Inc' .-tn aiei r I'titnI \\ linlI t I rout Iork
I stv nio i .u in bulldl g u;) hop { In the n 'y tem.. an 1 t1 I,' mlil tai.'Itl s I ', .,i .. i, i to. l, l,)rtd ,- lag u pa.-
latlrck, w.no had Just I I'nt i, ,i froutm .o It I c ell lm d, hy oth,r yitil it ,1) ,,, ,e, it I ) .i t ff tie Virgitla
thih city. w.lr heti had.Lt x.in ',llt, n 111. l I t lt r.'vll ltiK c 1i111i. In h'6l til ', ,I I. a >. tIt ur-l t t..cho .l lithuoner wilt
by Justlice loers to die l .t thit(l rli c vic ali have lostt th,-Ir lv 4t t, f nt' i ,a ii gnitle
ctirl In the week bginningll J*an. -'.1. .h-I Situ itnuh lit' i t'atiaer City of
asked .lo.instUl to teleblm of thNt c'aSe. REFORMATORY CONTRACT LET. Mt n1111ii, lin ll Savatlnah, lkc 13. wea
JohnMoti nlgned an afflin \ li It tin :ch : iso nialty tilmur b. hit Ittel r st'iIe dul
h he' is. crttd that he wa 1l)( KlHil ( Iit Milledgeville Contractors Reduced Bid :,. t(te ,i her offitrs, Quarter
fair trial. TihtrPatrlck wirot( :nt lth-lr to Appropriation. I.,I,.r Ni.lrio, was rtieove,i to a boh
d icutnent in which It was .- t i,;hthi Itti Atltunta, I'-c 19 Th. p l.n t i; t ti, l hii rit fractured.
he .ial ble n duly retali I a .s c.it,.lla 'l nl Ill 4- hi 14t 1d li ot 'i l l l l< i. t i Sit It. ,rd ,i tls vt ye el from
for otue John Johnsao 1, ItI'I. H. i m t' lo* llt & llifn tOwn i Mi xl;l !,l,;* IhW- i; er i,,ri how aI ni w repiigt all tll'h
of death, anld awaiting 1 x. nl itin in toi 441 1-Ili t i l- it ,W t,'4 t t f*it i it. ) I hi., to k ,Atirk b t .fore it, n ai rly car
Sing Sinxg u# prescrib ed h) ;1 > lnll'tlIdllI ,ll i I 1o t>. ll- .l o IU i t.Ie thi e' quaitoernm.iA ttr aind lirt O( II
Aothei ioaller wae In tl.e forii of a l*ai*''la I"I n r tht no'it ,,,aI l-rtow oorbwuard Ik)llh managed
notice to ile ce!rk tlI tl,.i Hm .i-itl in' It Aiil Ii if' 't*Iltl iiit, On Fr tn lt to, a themsIelvee, but ittw eIfered
Altbny that "llne Alber' 1T Patrik. a .litl tI bhtI orseio'and aud otherwise
attorney antidl c)insel!lr at law inw aiiii e t sin. .iAl;y ibrulas, niE.e Neaimn sti
reidlling In tfIe ,tate ptil-l.,t,. Wn ?g ( ti. 1. l 119 I llr { ,P't hii l 1.1 uIc111 by the I- lor, d i fracture oft Ihe rihb
N. Y .. ha Itw II duly ro tatinel asi u t n r "l.. i t ,.,u. Wa, ,iathed, the
sel fir Johntson anj (t.at said nonll,.e 1 oe 1' (,f i>'- l. *,o.t Imiitg s( l,-.I, A whi,,I n i t ,r keln s an a nuinber of
lWas to as t as a uole th i fita n an appeal ctiof,.r,. i,- a% ,. hol il Alth I i i eil, t I k btir iii. w, et*. ranlrdl away
would he argued fI.riii the. Judgi nrll t of o i t mI flln ni l A nl-l te'.]t A I' Itu. '.. 'h, (.l Icl N i i atamtn r ('Coeina che,
the lI I .-r court hoi P r t' lll'tliw t' r, ,- re ., ,*,n l a Ic 13, la n
W\ ar\dl-n John r t, as a oen! for lnuL I 'tll tha t %< i\llan A .,li o- ro.ln,'c Patrick handt.i.,! .', e !! ptal -i n i, h ,ul,. 11 r 10 1l t. lt li t oi ill til i, i c' ,I. t S in t ,. ,si ig to, tIhe. h avy north
"*'tMa will be Kgno I lnouigh toi ft r uw ardI .t..i tl l I li n ,I i '.id i r, "'i.i.li l iat. pt gale,,' h li ,;ni fo,,,,htl thrin g.ct ltt
th'e s official ldo4r4'1ni nu to the (hi rt ,of .' arl. It*, If f~. 'Ir litt< a lstut I n lolnd an
ih4i rourt of aipp,.n: In A:hei) i t 4l T e'*'I' l rlou ilar ity e


i'alri,-'k to lihe %ami c-n *Ilt art, in liarI li e 1ly all ofIti.0 haellInio1C .'A ti, 11jI A T oiw' 1iailter) liner ('ctnimll In triint his
tIIIo case' of the p*it'-- POf tT~' utA.- 44 a i-octall rallet s dv Pe0tit Antid A 1; 1 fl:w t'r v~lt e a lei ataia ~
.No* e 'a Yk von Veolurn .1 din Joh tmn I .tn re ri W ol IfIi miIltim 61410 P1 I%
At 'I'I fit- I fitttc o 'on f ai tat InII I t t t!,.is a to %vIi -r! rpClerk Arrested for Thef .
Tt,,- ilcd it-Is at*rc. ci 'y fairei o.-I r l ot- the imulAIcI wiiiwll be h' i ru ~t %vital,,It C it 4 I Ia I 15 Il 4' %V lirewnl,
A l a r.y a ounta ) i ao n3ta id 11 il I, a!
a~ir~ ,eetittg *rai ~ h tis fo srie'
*&)c a p ibhe will insist -Zmoth5 been agl el s a cerIt 1
he ,ti take-n )tit -It a.urt of *Iio55s SULLIVAN IS UNDER ARRES1111T. the Williams oto-parlvr-n' qI1eroiito
wh"n thr .lay seo? fr the' erguu11eni In -ail here on i hd rge' f cit t heftiFs oterer
the Cee*# r.-.me' 1-1, The 1 P%0 l catl;1n In WanedI In Maoslashseftt tohe !uartile'. fraone efoc,,steno- A orare.:
af~lle11)m Pat nale 1:1 behalf of johnusrnn Murderof Jamoies J. Tvswee. 1le'., eaIit]g tevr'iiltdeiteootm
11ted s a 1 as81A) Of i i p0r1cc`tl` In a6untos. (I -(is e I -t-ierPal' Niel. ten1? ac iou' *uepaereibelts,
liven, wanted Inpnn Masso, thrtise )eentlhuorrhiuo o-, A tbitther aspoaf
Negro Held Wtthfut Bend. murder Of James u I'keLr. 55 11 f h98 OP a 1t4 r.4111&l In the 1DJIM
Atlanta, lif-c 1!0 WIII holiet a, Ctwas. 00 Mar. I M4 has henm arrest *a 111nie'r~nt itr'tl. ;vs ilIke tatre cad
vieliro % t attic e'nt -,, to--' poleglux 1) u 'idtiny jo hed re a a ,ii l,tiy, ritte from tiee stoen.
other neogrte P Fr o might. was me l iater 1.altht1-utvn11~ 4.1fi t) feerte He
raign In In tin t. *fm 0-4n #od r.' c 'rm 'r, andc WIIa We W- "I Mate his rtoes-
macdedpol too )41! -out bell o trLW6 is I .6~41v)iny t-o. Ail gxm4sf l
barge ,of rtlittriA 6 6 sasetlagilo It it 5saleS That Nber oothe niat
bellsoJoe.am, a 0' ar-lold aegro girt "If March 23, 104. was mosenis the' -
Illlop, ehIlAbad a --itisoo4 eye mand a' opa~y eeltwo men cAd 6 wo)1sman1 Boy Atteempta 1111Suicidie.
smal.1 sta lson 'rr eeti o midea shif twas beard st8 th.1 :ot:* TI5 T .lts u IV I wIII
that a bsegecma"miandal40 Pa"tttvely IPrm~ea t"staagediel sadthemb" 'ePms' tl 1. loliIie~* t vils hip in*e"' V': -
ijdetifiesl tMe Pris' r 5sr soL1 1"nM hsd1 SEgta &solotM. 4WI'bue d4w lai.s t'ra'!ILiph Hart. a It-year u.d
drairW doher thrvo-mi a 6V89ut WX5IN" leathe Ls sstity of hia es eril'au. eia'm' !Pich. 419from his selee"0e Fe
fioY.V a be'l C It 1o- 1--*'tee tr o- scramol "0 kiwis's palolls'. go "p~ol sont teI't 'Imroittg rasp ato ethos art bemew to
brouhtitsevveral lI.,-; 'mo the @wrso (I D 0V Puyg. a rclerb tisaii Iet-fi *f4etor~r O-e'e tilooAY saMW as&Iebg a
Wot roaem dC ter WlliSI nIf. 11thatClitf %V'sF .11 is.r irr-.Ia leullet Into his hea
lsvBi Pary I ImPrwas to-la r.-as- Mu Pot ty istlaii tajs cad h am ibis
eitel eh 4 br t File P see e tea! o I, t* file iectliat att temineeked for Mfg
UelbiSlOOm 1)a. I ,--1MU sprfese Wp Testi ail I Ist H ummelCa" Vit liars hboo G v 1&wad attempt
court of the talc. ,isate tolay vast I Mel Torki is.or it 4 cenalimsta phe fietYE'thmeto-i's iheliege
*4 4690Ir tit jh#.se At KOmRWWytoy t is4.ll bs be krm..' heteejairi, f4 Chfoil' W e' t0!r ?1CV4y et'iort't
Big g go tjtto lft -' Sill A ao f"elf si salrl- W M WI r 'b. IL, 9?-. 0
Is the aef t to CA'mu. Ptueq S ad 4 toda I SaII s o" AYto prvee. me aa .04 Afer WedldLyalehera.
no ilsre rstruI- ')a Ja& U N TebelsA Is a, atow I.' WP a Ia CoJlitbiit I C. D" e seI an
c-minmea' we. so nilate OW ft aid i soteirti .'m'04, eld16 ~see ase~fo,
one 16 als-iis,,*0to .mtesIis the.-jiie'..p Mt~*~, Mlo!: .4 A! "V '?t@A* ie 1s-*s'lcc5e i
ovet e e tir th 4 atlso f el Rs- ft o ia'1wae io sjaj r. a'eel Ab. #&@frioem 111vtE 6(Viftat loper
ted* ~m ofAlsi-" VOWus be me .he f',ltoor wvfe '...4laul wonU I bsthe stgo asoeIed Ibretnen
e iJ a.t the m.t1 ..04fee4at I' '. ta wbitoweft" Tbe P110001,aba
doom pbumai.411 agoheag i. ho t 9L*bo. hpin 7tvman r~y revit? serspa-l tYu.Giblal e a, boril bto
5klbawPlea~t, i '5i-.tet,y Pw h" lerva4 to divft*111610b Othe Cems
liepol~ me is'.re.'eodIs 4idlafll pus !.u,e'ato Py eGt. *pe lith 1masIlsM
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r DECIDES THAT

BUCKNAN BILL IS ALL RIGHT


This Will S le the Qoemtion Ab- -
anywhere Tuesday. In reference Dr.
solutey and Forever. McKinstry maid:
"The decision of the Supreme )ourt
GAINISVILLE UNIVERSITY CITY holding every provision of the Boek.
man bill constitutional, while expect-
Telegram Brought Expected Though ed by the people generally, hu re.
Joyful Tidings Tuesday Morning. lived the suspense nd we believe
Ontctors to Proceed at Once for finally settled the matter to the entire
Conteactors to Proceed at Once for
satisfaction of ninety per cent of Flor.
Erection of Buildings. ,d people.
"Under the provisions of the bill a
STallahassee, December 19. great university will soon grow up,
"Hon. H. H. McCreary, where the poor and the rich alike may
G avail themselves of the' superior edu*
Oainevlle, Fl: national adantages afforded by the
"The Supreme Court has de. State.
ldared the Buckman bill constltu. "I is generally onnoeded that
Stio OGainesville, more nearly than any
..' ona W. M. HOLLOWAY, other Florida 3ity, is the ideal univer.
sity town, and our people are fully
"Steat Superintendent." live to the greatreesponsibillty that
rests upon them in assuming to fur-
The above was the Chrlstmas pres- nash the environment necessary to the
eot whih hasb been received by the oil- proper moral training of the sons of
iseas of (Oineseille from the Supreme Florida. The question is settled and
Oourt of the State of Florida, in the settled well.
hands of whom the destiny of the rfa W. N. Wilson We Satisfied.
mouse Bookman educational bill has V. N. Wilson, another indefatiga.
been for the past few weeks. It was a ble ,rnkeron the committee, was also
raIlons message, notwithstanding the satisfied, and declared in a good-na.
tfee that it was no more than has been toured way that his work was much
S epeeted by the people, since it was lighteraftte the receipt of the infor.
believed that the Supreme Court nation. The Sun reporter interviewed
would stand by the bill, which has Mr. Wilson at his store, and secured
S been regarded as one of the best ever tbi statement I
S Introduoed in the Florida Legislature. "The decisloa of the Supreme Court
SThe people of Gainesville, who were declaring the Buekmau bill oonstitu.
S moet inteiely interested In the bill ional, will, I am sre, meet with the
and thedeelsion of the Supreme Court hearty approval of the entire State
lnce this eity was selected as the site withbut few exceptions. I am glad
for the University, are now relieved the matter was submitted to the So
Sad lhe ity l will begin to build as it preme Coort, for I believe now all
S ha never bullet before, notwithetand. parties will be satlefl(d with the de.
S lag thlt wonderful Improvements have 0iion of our highest court.
e"within the past two years. While Gainesville will be the seat
L. been made within the peel two years. of the *wl
b ad of the University, it will be a State in.
AS the meeting of the Board of COon- stlttion In fact s well as In Dame."
trol nl this ity Jut week the oontraet _____
Stor h college building and dormitory BRINU GOOD PRICES.
w let to the W. T, Had low Co., Jaek.
eaville, and a provilon of the con- Lettuce Growers Are Resizting Fine
S tret l Ibtet tine buildings must be Returne From Recent Shipments.
s pleted by S.ptember Is, 108. The lettOe growers In this section
I WIA the deleilon of the Supreme who have notalready shipped are in
S Court behlad them, this firm will no "big look" to use the expreselon. since
doubt proeed at onbe Ia the erectlon that prodoot In the Northern markets
t these bolldingl whlch will be among l a1 reo t this time, aod the holly.
ti lae6t aad moet modem of their day trad* demands good priest.
hild In the Booth. The bulldlons as al. J. 8imonton, a progresive farmer
mdo provided bjl lseoontrase will af- of Mieanopy who is planting truck
Seb ast ample ae-mmodatlons as the "Just for pastime," to keep him busy
S old University bandings now being oo- between seasons, shipped to the Smith-
e ptied at Lake Olty and will provide Oordes Company of Chicago a few days
S more modern aonveniences. ago eighty.fve baskets of lettuee,
SIt wau noufoltally announced at the which realized in the market of that
mUting of the Board of Control her city an average of $8.40 per basket.
Ihat at the next wtiou of that body. This kind of a return will pay, and is
whieh will be held in Jacksonville eneo raourment t to hoee who engage in
' 1 January, 1906, farther ontracts would truek farming as a livelihood. The
be lt for the erection of eottag,. lettuce was very fne, but it requires
bss and other outhouse necessary, no more exertion to raise this grade
whibh will Ma a matter of eourm be en. than eomethilk inferior, and grower
tnrly separate and distinct from the should endeavor to ship only the beet,
e o net let to the Hadlow Company. It is needle e to add that Mr. Simon.
A Pew Opinions. ton Is well pleasd with the outcome
Naturally, pon reoelptiof the tele. of his shipment.
Mgrm Monday, the people were elated. Faied.
Iadepeadeat of the message ro)m
State Superletndenat Holloway to All erurte have failed to fad a bet-
eaMtor Moreary. Mayor Thomas re- tor remedy for eough*, eolds and lung


saved a teleoram from Ohief Clerk of
the Spreme Oourt Mabry. verifying
the amtiom of that body. and statiag
mre expliitlsy that the bill was taken
Sp Ead paseed upon. and sustained by

In speakaig of the matter yesterday
Mayor Themas, who has bt~e very
a lnve throughout this entire eanm*
S paige, aild "1 have lost no sleep
ever whale might be the deelsaon of the
Se reme Co rts lan he master, u the
ers l o eamposed of gentlemen of high
Integrity and hoorn. I wa aware that
they wo oe n rithe bill fair and Im-
partiatl eederatioe. aad. satee I had
atioted myself by eartefl eivetlga.
tie that it was a perteet and eoeti.
tlauoanl dooase), I related easy. feel
nlg sure that the deelioo woed reessl
Sh4asa lee amsouaued. Penrsoealily
hewevef. I will admit that I am re.
S llned-elot boauee I did no expect
we woald eoue out all right. but be-
ain 1 e w ted the master etkled. so
WaU we might beoa the *oreetia of
the Uwate tly buildtang witsh l .
peafl I am laid t oI eatUed. u
wbilje he UaI rrity will be bated
here, we WIN aake it a Unaivwealty Ao
tor (aa bal, bts a Usilenlty for
th e edeme 4L a adveaeone of the
yoamg mm ame d yUg woaen of our
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lt-" to 1 esIn111.
;rniila t (uinarrily lhsat: MStr.e ln
) ? If you kwkp oet you'll tiankrulpt
me. Then, after I'm dead. you will tw
a tbeiar rs. Grnuplt 4ealmlyi--Oh.
well, I'd be a great deal better off than
some po x woman who never bed any
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truuIV lU rlI ey WVJ *u a Ir1. v exporw ew I n1 .
Itstops the cough, heals th llua and
prevents serious reolts from a cold. Te y rffebeea m,"
J. N. Patteron. Nahua. Iowa. writes: r* you fr tastd I r
"Never tautel It"
"'Lost writer I had a bld cold on my ".Eh! mlts are Ahea."
luaus aad tried at least half a dosesa r -P" 1I tho advertied sough medicine* and had of chope.-.-.4lteveland Pla
Itratment from twe physicians with. Taer.
Mat gettina amn beaefll. A friend re-
eelmeaded Foley%' Homey and Tar A lie always ha. a cetaln amomt of
ald two-thirds of a betle esued me I wemlhtt with tbmhs who wis to belle
aeneideri the agrossest souh and long lt. *
medelnse In the world." J W. Mvr Cure Plarae s.
Oollm Oomipany.
m y. F Raily. P. 0. True, Tess&,
asU Let s ewee. ,m write: My wife had been safferia
oLetor-l rlaly don't uIwMtereaL A yare with paralysis in her arm.
Tbere b ao raon why you boUld go whOe I was persmuded to We Ballard'
Itn r a redwortoa of rcrpaoacy pa. 6Snow Laiment. w, Mhik red her al.
temet tlUI I want y,/ to put me ariht. I heae ar e srd ti for old
thrimg a cawm o antiftt treatment. sore, frsti4t aend a erlNUosa.
My eulata shalll m wit ber own I doU the work M by W M.
eye aro I p e away for kr of ber J* *n.
rrs the OeaB Gwe Curt 780 mess
~ rWaossb.agaton. tl. i .-o4se mapi
"wecnm *~ at of te ated as to a taek a
UTbere was a wrioes tovs afr an veremo eati Jvan 1 ,a,

I wao hee asuL" A ser ested Cwe Per Pfhs.
"Tea. and Ka t te" Ia h mid Wad.s a1,o
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DJ. J. F. MeKIt, Jr se of the E
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s wa l annese worlds M t he
daudbr r b her appointed work. I
all but the deber merchants' house ao
the dsaugtefr duty is to bring the
water from the well evenia and morn '
Ing. It is the gossiping piece e tUp .
vllage, ft.i wllt, and as W sq,
there come 'rnnhig down all the
of the village, As they fll their Jan
they lean over the curb and talk, and ACKNOWLEriED
it li her that are told the latest news,
the latest flirtation, the latest marriage, Ti THE BEST
the little scandal of the place. Very IACHINE 0O THE AIKIE T
few men come. Water carrying I
not their duty, and there are proper U I as Tabulator
times and place for flirtation, so the -ON-
girl bhave the well almost to them- Every Machine.
selves.
Almost every girl will weave. In
every house there will be a loom, Lihte Lihtet Runnin Th
where the girls weave their dresses
and those of their parents, and many Champion Speed Writers of the World
girls will have stalls In the bazaar Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay.Sholep in
Other duties are the husking of these a
rice and the making of croots. Of use in GDesille than any other machine.
course In the richer households there
will be servants to do all this, but even
In them the daughter will frequently For ale by....
weave either for herself or for her
something, it it be only to pass the THN, Gai lle,
time.
Glad4te**e' Farly Joy. --
When Mr. Oladstone was quite an
old man It chanced that be and Mr. CLYDE LINE
Chaplin were staying at the same coun-
try house together on a visit. One
night after dinner the Grand Old Man
asked Mr. Chaplin whether his grand-
mother bad not lived in a certain
street in Mayfailr. Mr. Chaplin replied
that she bad done so. "Well," oaid Mr.
Gladstone, "I remember It distinctly. I
ived next door to her for awhile when
I was a child. She used to ive even-
Ing parties. When the carriages were
assembled to take up, my brother and
I used to creep out of bed-it was in CO'Y' 1 BAIr'LIlTGBg EAC 3 "WEE"M
the summer tim--softly open the win- ETWEEN
dow, get out our squirts and dicreetly
fire away at the coachmen on the Jacksonville and New York,
boxes. I remember the intense delight: Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both ways.
with which we used to see them look The Plaet Stemlshl is tbhe Castwise Service
up to the sky and call out to ask each
other whether it wasn't beginning to The Clyde Nev England and Southern Li es
ra1." Direct Servise BetweenTACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
Wemdoerral *aat Look. PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
The smallest bound book In the great allig at Charleston both ways.
colhetleo of Da m nature b9oks owned by BE'Mce -W E X L BAa 11a IOIN
the New York Library society Is a cam- 8uthband .... ........................ From Lewis' Wharf, Bston
palln document lsled in 1852. It Northbond ................ From Foot of Catherine t.. Jacksonville
bears not only the distinction of being
the smallest volume In the great col-
lection rfere. to but, has beenpo Clv St. Johns l iver ine
ounceda bt experts in booklore to be jBe.tw nA JACKDONVILLC and SANFORD
one of the tUnest booIk. n existence Stoppingl as Pala Astor, BSt Franeis, Beresford (DeLand).and Intormedle.
It contains but fourteen leaves each Landings on St. Johns River; commenting Wednesday, November 16, 190,
of which Is closely printed on both 8TEAMERS
ides in mcroepic tpe. re e 'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBAR Y"
ts one and e-bhalf Inches In klngth
and seven-elghths of an Inch In width. Are appointed to ail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, daily except Satur.
The title page bears the fetowing In- days. a 8:80 p. m. Returnani, leave Sanford,daily except Sandays, at 9:80.a m
scrlptlon: "Life and Public Services of
General P'erce. Respecttully Dedlcet- obm. SHEDULE Nornbola,
ead dowa. SH Ud up.
ed tq General Lewis CasIL Concord Leave 8:80 pm ...................Jacksonville ..... ..Arrive 0am
Preos, 18U4." 8:46 pm .....................Palatka.............. Leave 8:00 pm
81.00 am ....................... Astor ............... .... 8:90pm
A C .rftu Vlew. :8O am ...................St. Francis ........ .... 2:.00 p
Walter'. uaniuna was very ick with ...... ........Bereeford (DeLand) ............. 1.00 pm
rheumaatimni, awnd he was nthl, im n her ArriveS:0 am.... .......... ........ 9:0 am
arni wlih, oh e ,ltl, "'w:lt-r. It is t,, 10,00 am .... ..n...n...Enterprise..... ..... .:... 1000Manm
Iail that nintniia is such a trc-talte to GENERAL PA88. AND TICKET OFFICE. 122 W. BAY ST.,JACKSONVILLI
io..- -
)on" F. M. IIKMONDOINXQ Z J. A-% Gek1. PWu At. IaM West lBay a.. Jeksoevrte. le.
,'I1ter rejol-Ji.e cheerfully: "Nverr W.-o.000PfJor elntb L... C. P. LOVtLL. eupedratest .
Iro, of Naga& Itrrt. Jskenvlle. I'ri.
n'I',I,. ,I, ,ini, If .ynu are only just Ac.C BoAGTa PeA'. L.New. York. CLYD)LKMJ tNKe9@ ,,N.wY
'ive w. ei't -ier how unlatch you suf. THEO.. r%1, _'_. F. CLYDIA 00..
fr G. General Ma general Agents,
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0F CiTY AND
OUNTY CON"EZNBED


t Christmas and New Year's card
he Sun offie.
warranty deed and mortnate blanks
le. at this office. the form ur .d in
naeounivt which saes? money in
M ag. $2 per hundred or 500 per
asen by mail. Cash most accompany
uiser. dawtf
SMr. 8. T. Dell left yesterday for
'tarke, where today she will attend
the wedding of her friend, Mies Isabel
PeFk, to Mr. James Riteh. These are
popular youni people and have many
f riads in this section of the State.
Mr. and Mrs. Olyatt Barrow have re-
turned from Trenton, where they were
summoned lat week on the sad mis-
aiao of attending the funeral of the
latter's sister, little Eunice Prevatt,
-the death of whom was caused by the
aceldental falling of a seaffold erected
for the purpose of dressing hogs, an
account of which has already appeared
in The Sno.


Among the prominent commission
men in this city is J. T. Sutphin of New
York, representing the J. Hamburger
Co., one of the oldest commiselon firms
In the country. Mr. 8utphin states
hat his consignments are very estis.
laetory and that the returns to ship.
re are more satisfactory. He ex-
to to remain in this section a great.
r part of the season.
T. B. Striagfellow and C. T Doty of
ackeonville arrived in the eity Mon.
ay night, and Tuesday enjoyed a
/hnnot. They were verysooeesaful, hav.
log suoeeeded in killing the limit. Mr.
Stringfellow, who was for many years
a resident of OGanesville, knows the
woods well, and is acquainted with the
ihoountg-.roonds, which accounts for
the osueea of the gentlemen.
Among the visitors to this city yes*
;.terday was Col. J. H. Jones of Orlan-
o, one of the most prominent attor-
ey of South Florida. He came on
bouineu connected with the United
tate land ofee. Mr. Jones was a
faithful friend of Gainesville in the
University campaign, and oar people
will always have oeeasion to extend to
him a hand of welcome, for we feel
that he is "one of us."
James Wendell. more familiarly
known as the "Philadelphia Pnny
Dummy," has returned from points in
S oth Florida. where he has been en-
Sged in hit art of painting for the past
few months. "I am grad to get hack,"
sid "Dummy" in his hand alphabet,
becausee the water here is fne and the
People so clever ad nice that I longed
p for them all the time I was gone.' Hoe
it a very industrious character, a fine
workman and will no doubt find
plenty to do here since the t. university
Is an assured thing.
The good people of North Gaines-
ville, not to be outdone by their neigh.
bor, the Gainesville folks, have ar-
raged for a "Ohristmas chimney" at
North Oalisetille Hall, which will be
hold Satesday evennla, and is is need.
lls to add trat, notwithstanding that
4I will be Saotday, the affair will be
well attended. It is understood that
the Seom Adveatide sad union Son-
day eshooln of North Galnesville have
sUsaged for this function and will
shire honors together. It will be a
aJlir and the public is cordially
Ivlted to attend.
OCHISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S.
Oet he Handsome Embossed Cards at
SThe un Job Of ce.


Scott's Emulsion is not
a patent medicine." It
has no secret ingredients.
~ 'our doctor can, no
doubt, tell you as much
about it as we could. We
have merely perfected the
method of blending the
Norwegian cod liver oil,
hypophosphites of lime
and soda and glycerine.
As one grocer will blerld
coffee better than another
so we have succeeded in
making Scott's Emulsion
a little better than any
other cod liver oil pre-
paration. There's no
patent" and the only se-
cret is the secret of know-
ing how, with the per-
fected mechanical mcanm
at hand to d6 it. Get
Scott's and you get the
perfect emulsion. It's the
greatest thing in the world
for regaining strength and
flesh lost through wasting.
SCOTT a BOWNL 4 wearl Strtm. New York

THE WOMAN'S GUILD.
Remarkable Success at Last Bazaar.
Card of Thanks to Public.
The meeting of the Woman's (uild
on Friday last was one of unusual in-
terest, as the reports of committees on
the recent bazaar were then submitted.
These reports revealed the gratifying
information that the bazaar netted
$380.
While every committee was faithful
and jealous in the discharge of it,
work, it was largely due to the cheer.
ful and generous assistance extended
by the public at large that the under-
taking was so sucesful, and a vote of
thanks was tendered every individual
and corporation who assisted by word
or deed the ladies in their commend.
able efforts.
To call them all by name would be
to trespass still more upon a generous
press, but it Is not tot) much to ay
that the labors of the ladles were
much lightened and sweetened by the
unanimous aid and encouragement, as
well as by the generonu patronage of
the public, and they are most sincerely
grateful for same.


TELEPHONE EXTENDED.
East Florida Telephone Company
Reaching After Patronage.
The East Florida Telephone Com-
pany, of which E E. Voyle is man-
aser. is gaininl groond. and new ser.
ritory is being added to the list every
week.
This company has given the people
of UaiLnervlle a convenient con eS-
tlon with point in this vienity radl-
ating for several miles in three diree-
tione. The wires have reached Bron.
son, where the company has stalled
eight telephones, and the line Is be1ng
extended to Otter Creek. with a Bnal
destination of Cedar Key.
The Pas YFlorida Telephboe Com.


We bove sme very handsome em*- pany ls fornihing a flie erviee, whick
edlOCbrietasaad New Year'seards. Ii appreiated by the sobeerthbe. au is
a wMi we will print yoor name for enableb them to stanest bedmeOe with
inmni or iNew Yr's ealls. little eorn and so ion of time.
Thy an Vwy Ie and If you deiere
hb r shJo pet la yorV order ear. Death of *Kif" Caree..
p. OCall Me spl ee as th conat The information of the death of
g o m.__ "Kh"" ('ortn. whibh oeeurred at
w- to AEdvoieiBwetle a few days ago. wes reVited is
athis eiy byhis se all etrele of auoeo-
Owtla h lar amnst of adver- "d fi dswith ~rts "Kt."
a OW I appoIrlag The a a as he was anllharly kowsa minoi hs
be POMaSonteItss Impera tive thapelste en season, a" a fellow poe-
ga Owad. maet be aead d in earned of euaay good vrsev. enreMs-
SWan 8 e'ctuOac aI v araN T. rr bed na aools aad Afel of ySpe-
Is pW. aedig day. espM alsy to -she who anMed it He *M
besi they myo e waasi arw oa le aM employed by theki 1
S- **t aetehmeem foe 8aday 1 1ia o. e4t siy sold while s0
Ime~ low* o...kel bd he 00061511000s0 06 0o01
Ub e so oeat ap the type |> d llawag fM80 bp he seoght sad
shkl o l wS e s rtisma m ld her li a was by s s d


WO& a sme of e of C *s
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Christmas


HAWTHORf4 HAPPENINGS.
Town Lighted by Atellyne Gas-Acci.
dent to Lady-Other-Notes.
Hawith)orni. lc 19 -The T,'%:. .',, .
eil has t:h;d a: aeetelyne- < i~1: t ,liu
in. TI. ltr e,< are ilhtf. I "1 ,r s !
i 'e* t ,o t.' f. i! wiug stor,' o .) '
& ait.., tlHa 'y Rarnet, i.. i. 1 ,eek,
The 6stlotlice and Baplitt cehtrch are
beautifully ighted, Y M Hil nlm has
his resideuce lighted, and %Itr. I.. D.
Hanes hi an outside light All are
mueh piea.jd. F. J. Hammnoid has
his private plant; so has the Moore
Hotel.
MrN Hamp Ward. was thrown from a
hore Thursday, and severely injured,
but will recover. The bore ran a way,
and she was unable to'eheek hi-s ~ eed,
so bhe jumped and struck a log
The recent arrivals at Moore's Hotel
are: Major (George Slarkley of lewis.
burg, Pa.; Mrs. H 0. Lothrop of Boo.
ton, Mae ; C. E. Angle of (Owego,
N Y., and Mrs. L. M. Bell of Braden,
'Teun.
Mr. and Mrs. Hulme went to Jack.
sonvill, for a short visit Friday
Smith & Johnsoa'o gins havr ginned
about 1.000 bales of Sea Islaid cotton
this season. More yet to be ginnied
()ranuPs are again being hliped
from Hawthorn, grover look well. gar-
dens are fine, and the market is sup.
plied with fresh velgtables
Remarkable Cure.
"I was muchl amloited with sciaticaa"
writes Ed C. Nud, lowaville, s.-dgwiek
Co, Kan., "going about on crutches
and suffering a deal of pain 1 was
induetd to try Ballard's Snow Lin.i
ment, which relieved mnr I used
three 50c bottles. It is the greatest
liniment I &er ueed. Hlave rrcomtn
mended It to a number of prsonas.
All express themselves as beiitg bvone.
fited by it. I now walk without
crutches, able to perform a great deal
of light lator on the farm 25c, 6i,
and $1. Sold by W. M. Johnson
An lnreorTe.
Jotes- I knew that iinti whe h'li
hadn't a dollar In hls pol'kt. Smith
Why, did he ask you to Itiil him toe?
Jones-No I asked him to It.inl iir'
one .
Mamtllae Perver.llr.
Men are funny creturo"- to1 enter for
A woman will buy the thin.an *h,'
wants, but a man will only buy. the
things he needs. Tailor Hinl i'utter
An unjust anrculatUon In like a bIart-
ed arrow. which must te drawn rback
ward with borrthle analruh or else wUI
be your deetrctlon. Jeremy Taylor.


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o AILV CONGRESSMAN CLARK'S BILL. WHY 18 IT CERTAIN? '
it In the House of Reprsentative at Few, if fly papers in the United
_______Washington, on December 14th, Hoe. 8tatea, are more sound on the flna-
asr''e4 as tb Piot O6 as0 G alesvUle.li., Frank Clark of this district iltroW ell Ale*d than The Wall Street Jour.
an ueee-o wls- maIntUSer. duced the following bill, which was nal of New York City, and none are
referred to the Committee on Ways more fearless and honest in their
H. W. McCSBET.......Eorl anld PulriPher. and Mleans and ordered to be printed, statement., In a recent- issu, in
SW.W. AB .. and which we pnblish in foll: speaking of so approaching panic, it
ju 8E Bul. .t ........ City r'Ator. "A Bill 1sJys:
SODUIB J. RMBY. ;un'l Traveilr, Agent. "To prohibit internal revenue ofB. "Ex-omptroller Dawes prediets a
cers from receiving special taxes from ptioe in 1911. As that is five years
I,. PRWITT..... Su;t. ComiosinH Roorms. any person, firm, or corporation for the of, there is no cause for becoming
SOPPFICE: Po'TER BLOCK. carry-irg on of the business of a brew- frightened now. Yet even 19111 two
A W. Min S:reet, S. Ti.LLPIIONK43-2 or, manofactarer of stills, rectifier of years before what would be the sched-S u e for Reumaands, C t
SLTUX DAILUY U1,Id ery norninge- distilled spirited, wholesale or retail ole time for the next great commer- A Sp rans, WCorands, B O
pt tMonday, dhI.reld by carrier in the d ity, or dealer in spirltoous. vinoos, or malt dil eoflApee. Our great panics come se cot Bniona
Sld toaany pxrt of the unitedd Sates, postage liquors in communities where the car. In twenty-year periods. For instance, ostdBFt Butrsr Slds, etc.
fortn year; f.I, x month: It.25 three ring on of such boainess i prohibited there was one in 1878 and another in AN ANI C that stops Irritation, subdues Infal-
faovths;or ~o cte ,r f vr ie wtee-s-trictly tI by looca laws, sad to prescribe punish. 1898 and the next would be due in matioi and drive out Pain.
eadvne. tment for its violation. 1918. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissuel
leading notic. is locpkflumnt ocenta.a tioe "B- it enacted by the Senate and "However, a difference of a year or promotesla circulation of the oo giving the
f orfirt iatertion, and Scents foreachadditional House of Representatives of the Uni. two makes comparatively little differ- ST UnLuNIMET ON ART
issertlon. ted States of America in Confress enae. What is of main Importance is ONC TRIED ALWAYS USED
F Patti for diilny advertLiing nude kaown o1 ONGI TRIED ALWAYI -_ UI WD*
Rates for display ladvrion assembled, That from pnd after te She faIo that another rest national
pi .,,passage of this Act it shall be onlaw. paio is regarded as certain to come. CURED S ATI U
SThe Twice-r-Week sun is an eiht-page, forty- ful for any collector of Internal r y. And why, it may be asked, is it certain
column prper, publnlhcd every Monde y and enuie, or other internal revenue officer to come? The answer is that it is cer. Mrs. .A.A. Simpon, 500 Cral St., Knofle
trwee, local, State and enerl, and will be of thot United States, to receive from tlain because It i safe to depend upon Tenn., writes: have bn trying tethe b ia
mailed, postae fr, to any pert of the United any person, frm, or corporation, pay. the folly of great bodies of pedple en. Hotprin, Ark., or d rheu i, but
tatesor Canada, for I.oos year-t advance, meant ffr any special tax as brewer, gged in business. They will over- set nore relief or anTthi ll have' tied.nt
sp recial ero gageTleythan any ediscine or anything I have ever tried.
Aa manufacturer of stills rectifer of di.- speeolate, they will enter into dobt- Incloed nd postoice order for $1.00. Send me
appearance advertiseent, unless otherwise tilled spirits, wholesaleor retail dealer fol promotions and financing, they large bottle by Southern Bspresa."
palated in contract. Parties not known to s in spiritous, vinous, or malt liqnors, will over-extend their loans and cred. TH SIZS: 35c, 50c AND $1.00
wlt be rejIred to pay for advertising i n d- where the business of such person, its, they will do all manner of things BS IUE YOU OET THE GEMUINE
OWe. Address, THU DAILY SUN firm, or corporation is to be carried on which they ought not to do and leave lld Sno Li ent Co
GA11.V.3,uv PFX1. in any voting district, town, city, coon- undone all manner of things which Snow Linim ent Co.
..- y, Territory or State, where under the they ought to do, and the result 4 ST. OUl U. S. A,
THE BUCKMAN BILL CONSTI local laws of uaoh voting district, these follies is panic. Thus Mr. Dawes
TUTIONAL. town. city, county, Territory or State expects to see before long promotions
soch business is prohibited. of doubtful merit, over-speculation in
The Supreme Court of the State of "8S 2. That any person, firm, or real.estate, wild mining venture and D AD D BY
Florlda has declared the Buokman bill corporation engaging in any business odds and ends f industrial promo- JO ANSD .GaleB7-lBe.
entirely eontitutional and the longde- mentioned in section one of this Act tions.
played opinion will be a relef to all of in any votingdlitrict, town. city, con- "Is I possible to prevnt a panic
the people of Florida. The framer of t, Territory or State where the ear. which is thus foreseen, as the inev. \1\1\ h, /\h, ,
themeasore did well, the Supreme trying on of such business is prohibited liable result of such violations of eco-
Court acted with deliberation and by he lol laws of sch voting di- nomic laws as thnse? It might he. if
There is a desire to see harmony reign trile, town, eity, county, Territory or there were bankers strong enough and r
among our educational institutions. nI shall, for every such offense, be courageous enough to refuse to give I O in U ..
Sfnl hot less tbea one hundred dol. credit to doubtful enterprises and wise
The Charlotte Covday of Russia is a lare*hor move than one thousand dol- enough to keep their resources well in
Sman of oonsiderable nerve, 6d a hd riins not les thn hand. giving no aid or encouragement 0 n a Company that is ReopoD.ble. Have a Policy Correetly
ma o oiderble nre ars, ad 6 Pi not ls than to gambling. Yet one of the Leaden. Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
eylls moe ex Both ar r norethan two years. eies of the time which is not unlikely % Pays Losse Promptly
earw t hat ng loe ot n mayor, will gBSee. 8. Thitl all laws and parts of to give fulfilment to Mr. Dawes' pre-.
Sow try to make the ran for governor. las g n oaolit with the provilsons dietion, is the fact that some of our
hereof be, sad the same are hereby b of iriedrimtarilyfor the ommr u re A ss red
The athletic aseooiation of the Mish- repealed." the country appear to h mae a larger in-e
n Unalversity netted $26,000 on bue- Thhe foregoing measure is in keeplng terLet in the stock market than they r That no serious lose can overcome you without you have some
ball and football. with what The Son, in an editorial have Inthe mouey market." refuge.
several week ago advocated, as many -.- .. --
MeNleo ha a sorpluin t t reasarl of our riders will doubtless remem m-
of several millions and there is a ber, and we heartily favor the bill. O RS i lt HlI
hll la of more lin for the next year. Mr. Clark hasrtrook the key-note to w | e H Aullt andU Utlt lo
the sItuation, and there is no good rea.epreented.
"Tbhe Iasranoe ilvestiatlon has eon- on why the iulted States government None but Reliable Companie Represented.
fabled many people to talk more intel should interfere and aid violators of Io -- a.
lipatly to the agent who has hereto. the local laws. Ibw I l r a **t** "., =
of a, l4 Ca S H *an
fore done all the talking. ---. -----= Jv11? a ityA CHA.N ,
/__**_* o_ bo_ vesr otree.
S"Florida Fancles" is the title o f a i t Pi. Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
If New Mexico and Arisont eould very neatly printed and finely IlIpb- ,*
only get along with two Senators they traded book by F R. ,wift of "Alligaber r
might be made two States. Otherwise Ranch." eituated at Viola. L huTh owe
they will be one oomposed of two. ty. The book is written in a I
and reoousts othe expqI PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
The Keaoas Oity Star thinks that the IYdorthern sportsman who oa sscretm i i
rate bill that Senator Elkins would Ida to hunt alligators and N Vhi e W in, Be r a d
formulate woold be of material ben. waters of the rivers and lakelo
elt to th railroads. His natural bent afford abundant sport in th1i
Sto all toward the railroads. Beloi a true sportsman., he utho btn.1 lW ello. EXPREb.I PREPAID. Bulk l ed-Jap Free- t PreM
gives some gentle pointe i t h a b I Tle ne alni Io-olle t C C rFul Qt. Me)urt. 4 Qt. J3 I it Qt, L tO Pe r GiIoa:
g me gentle o hoHuntin Club Rye 5 OP. 54 0I) I7 ; i Rye. uia. Cor oodrade.
There are many people who are not who oome here to slaughter game by Srsitg rImedi C., Chlgsa"e N.Y. M Nelon County R te a tO 4 4 t .i noo Per oalUo:
aware of the rfee that Florida pro. all unfair m.thvds. The inaidente arie AL L8 TU UJ Mr o NU rMono rram Re. 3 i to Rye. in. C ,eqlnt.
daue.* s line eattle as ean be found in true to life and the book will no doubt .onn_ _a 44 e ] ;. $ W R C o H ye.iln Cou Rim. R Bet foe tce ti oe.'
any State 'orth or Sooth, because they fld a ready sale. The book is publish- gM., Wai lky a ts 4 he e 4" Rre ech ld AIpprL O dy. M:ea-
never aw or read of them ed by the Knickerbocker Pres of New at rndy 3 A .
...-- ---- York. Aile Ifandy 3 9 V'ctoria Rye. boeal Dros~ Rye Meeta'r
.Rousandt;t 4 r ; b quality
The grading ..f ome of the streets n s 4UA N EMP rT LO iS L P
and repairinlg f gutter about the eity \'olu0la county ha0 a political mir- %oats -roinis < ore s <4 r tan Ls-Br
will add much to its appearance. With op that will now develop into a first-* |,* f.g-b Cs:u ,nn n C ra tra -
the new eidewalks and improvements elaes lawsuit. County Proeeutor t f.r Ru1m 1s D t and. rd-r s d arS
in streets, we will have as niae city as Bruisey, who upertseder J IV. Per. Pernulu ro : ,arr,.. I 4
can w, found anywhere. (aillanville kLin, ha heeb placed under arrewl for tl O t lo KA rif KeBt Ao Iourt. I jA uoods ofm J lu0 ln'sPlAr. tpeld ......... I
Asutnoiril A:iou4 on AU (,ood. 't ll tulc.iSn Sto t.D piens......
Is steadily becoming a model eity luing a cheek on a bank where it is Tbe new laxative. Dog e I.. I t Prsie.b o bi ai. .:leCU.s
.. claimed he ad no fund.. The whole not pipe or nauseate. t1*.g- HANNE BROS JA.USO5L, .
Ihe holly ald ,istl.eto are now Ihinl nem, tioe a ese of dog .t c urd stomach and livlrf AlAllS T. N,
very beautiful and parties ari e enjo do, nd h atieating proc will h. --
ia trips to the woods to fatherr them bw bleun when the court convenen Onl tori M. Oma s. P ide. H. E. TAr.., Oa.
orl ho -de e tion. Epnthe* soul -tfiptsOlo b' restoring tb l,,. m. Gami. Pridealt E. TATLoa, Cashier
for holiday decoration Eren the cool o. W Hr. V Pr at La aa A O
Sdays of winter arredeilhtful in FloFr The ISnale a tbtdy of men who are BItUlTl Ctlonofthe St00- otQo. w- H Vildnu.
ida. for they are ,,t sertr enough to tie oommeaded for theirkiadnes. to. ach, liver and bowels. 'THE F] T N TI0. B1D
keep one iiJoorn and there ar n now ward the lower hou** of ogee ad er Irae fby J. W. 3.itas A i
banks to annor yTOU. although that body L aware of the -- --


la""re lamos of work on band h as w I M"03 O g.~T&8q"XVT..T M
Stidly e#eated to meet the wisheb of ree two. sed L
The PaLat TimeHers iay eHlose djourmetnit for the* sr THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA 00
number made it appearirie last FPri- a htF..i.t i. C h rl Aas i a ae 9a*s ape sFsIA. C


day. and to filled with an abunduc f


inlTetilog in formation regarding Pa.- ",
lalka and Putnam county It is a oW T
credit to the city aid speaks well for We oler Ose luadred I oltla re.
%he enterlr ls of the busin mes in of i wrud or ain eas of catarrh that e*
that city tI' v know the value of mot be erdl by Hall's Catarrh Core.
prtlter's Jk F. J. Casusv & Co..Toldo, O.
Wto. the a destI ed. hav know F
Of all coter1mplible callitag tha of J Chlhoy for the teit lI&tals. ad bo.
gakIal and ellin obteer photo* hove hi perfectly hoevable is aIl
aphs aod pieterve ar about ite worst. baimsee turseaetae i ad lAmalaly
TI grwwrat ha jut eft lur ed and able to evt out uay ebligatl e mad
jiW l ws who has bwmu dumng thsbh l Uhtr.
bILDUgse. KramliA i Maaltl.
on a large Uae i Chicago ver o.e0 W.* Lt Dr 'o.
headeM 8aOmI obe8O a aIs aurt tU,1 OaU trr b eW ia a hOe rset
ad pbeUphe won folnd on hi ais ty. annlyI dip ly ar Se be
pemiaag A aWh e w ouad s ,4 gSiIy IAd aseesi esa ai a.
aw eeahOt shAM bef0w0d t toi r'G M & p eiC
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a Mae to p ma *so". Sur plu s and U L l iVite Profits ... 8,00o 00

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DAILY 8UN: GAINESVHM, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 20, 1905


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Reward OTend for Assailant
WSkFROoM ALL c rW U Tlat Dom Goo Jackson, Mis., Dec. 19 overr(
WS FROMVarla ALLn has offered a r\aril of ( f A
for tlhI arrest mf the lmnanown negr
PARTS OF FLORIDA for thenipe to criniit.,'n ,
iU I IU | | | | |who a'texmpted to crimini,';\ .sa'
SMis s iMinnie Duprlest, a vit y ,, ,ad:
ikppeiair From Various near(;rreenwood cemnet.r, (",'w 1,;, sfe
8ectioa M d tate. bOd "PWr inai." tor Is n Jail hut no tngl!, *I. Il,, ha
S Ces be XC ,Iaia. IBec-- B .tti. La Grtp, been !,,Avrloped against 'hi':: Tlih nlgr
s e Thv4e ea- AM Catarv Promoaoa, was ilnlsuce~eftl In ils I rt
Ia MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS C:- -r i l ns ooy DSMM, a l
D---- 'iwod.o^ Lad L LHungarians for Georgla.
ranspiringnfl"TheLandofFlowers." TRAL BOTlLE E BY MAIL SRvannah. Ga.. D .'. : no:)<
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the ~etoal st tNewo, ludaddrmto Giot r1inntr pristh for". a' 'r in a
M| -O MUION C Nd )M Sbtmt NSw YorL t*p'rlliifnr with (f0'ri0 is *,1
Busy RadeT--ltems of Interest to rCi________ r 1 ail tile comlawrv pu ,,',I.,'.,
All Clasmes. farmers. Q.ails should tie. regarled in l.Irty county. .\ n'', of Hi1
More than a hundred new buildings and treated as domestic fowl instead of ri i'. ,- led thron.i '. In o
ve been completed in Daytona in the wild game." ;'.: ;,' ,.t joining a -:,' :,:i ) thn
hltd ari" aly begun \"\
tl year. William Waiters, the tieiro wlo l
Jacksonville will invite the Tampa shot nine persons at Nassauville, No"
rd of Trade to partake of the Pure member llth, confe-sed his luils, wthen Charged with L.rceny.
Food Exposition in that city. arrested in Savannah, Ga., last week. t:win, .Ga.. Dec. 19 .1 Poeton
It is thought that Williams, the "I did not want to hurt the whi tt a tvhlt. Ilnll. deta,: I o ,,,c., cts
double murderer of Pen:acola. will be; men," Waiters said, "but I slo' went 'r" *ll ul'er a cbort ,, rn a ft.
i ,r it lolcpld against .,:n. .1 i.Ie re~tsu
ent toto turpentine camp near Oeals. after dem niggers." in ranacnrsKir
Tedea grs.dof l dongl' p traflhrie- Io i .'r- Kir
Wauchula will have a fire limit e. T he dear old Oongreiconal KRc ird aoil, 'ri.ivl alr hi- .' ,: r and h.
tablished, and by so doing may avoid ias gain being received at this ettib. '1 lie .arra;inedl lbfo,,r l ; order
a general conflagration some of these If the governmentt would only inak _____
fine days. itd page twice as large it would lt'
mch more convenient or or trIr Charged with Rotzbery.
The Woman's Club Edition of The mch more convenient for oor truekr M1'anItaly. De 1r I!te poller
Tallahassee Daily Capital will appear to wrap egg plants in for hiplpin.- ave arreted rderlk 1l ni hmann, il
\Vauchula Advocate. a arre''ted Prcdmrh'i. Ita h niacila ol
on Monday next and we may expect a. Nwuchl YorkA wvho Iocsl t, : 'o i ee''n a
one number. I w he Tallahassee Land and Improve. aAccomplice In a thfft of i(.,0. Ilaci
The Florida Educational Assoeiation iment Company has donaitd a site for mann sl 19 years ol.
meeting at Miami, December 27th to ;the Executive Mansion in that city, -
29th, will be an event for the teachers which has been accepted. The six lote LaGrippe and Pnoumonia.
of the State. tendered ar- In Long (;rove addition to l'neumonia often f';i.'v lagrippe,
Capt. H. B. Shawof Ormond is nolw Ithe city aQd the board has in.p-.ted1 but never follows the uiCe ,if Foley's
a minister of thGospel, having been the site and found it lt and proper. loney and Tar. it 'ur i lagrippe.
accepted u pastor by the Congrega. The Williston Advocate of last wrek 'cough and prevents pnumllnia and
tional Church at Ormond. says: "We had some trouble lst consumption. Ask for FlIey's Hooney
Jim Barra and Robert Falaney, two week with the former owners of The and Tar and refule aly jetltiute of.
gentlemen of color of St. Auogstine, Levy County Advocate. which paper red Mr. (e. 'chr, 1w7 (hgood
engaged in a cutting affray Sunday the editor bought out. We decided to street, Chloago writes: My wi ha
morning and both are now in bed. No "star us up a new paper, and If yous a severe e of lagri'lilpe three years
arrests. people will stick to me I will try and ago and iS left her with a terrible
grand oand iu to be built gt h. She tried a bottle of Foley's
A grand stand is to be built at IUy "give you a Rood paper--but don't for. Honey and Tar and it gave immediate
tons beach, so that people can watch get I need your support and need it relief. A 50.o-en bottle cu.rd her ecou h
the auto races with more comfort. A now." entirely." Refue obstitie, J. 1p.
MeCollum a OompanIy
steam-heated grand stand should be To Inspect Chattahoochee.
enoouraged. Columbus, Ga.. 1Dc. 1---scrted by efu of KI Made Hm Desperate
Thomas A. MeGueken of Tampa. Congressman \. C. Adameon, a party LoIuiville, Ky.. Ii 19 ih'caiv L hip
who killed Charles Potter during a of c ngressmen. Including several w rlill to ftir thy
quarrel at the bricklayers' meeting in members of the rivers and harbors had quarrelel, Pu.t r H-.l..h drank an
October, has been indicted for murder committee will visit ('olumbus In Janu. ounce l f ratrr lec n( t. I l Iotle of I.
in he flrst degree. ary. The principal object of toe par. lellnt no l tt hi i t r!it wl: a
M r. Dvi & M eil hve ty's trip south is to take a trip down
Me .D & McNel have jot Ithe (hattnhoochee river to Florida. ra)r Thel docttors ti. hi. ~ ll r,',('ver
Ooasummated profitable transfer of They wili board a river steamer at this
their extensive turpentine interests at, point an go from here to Apalacl.- Romnov from Office.
Winter Garden to I) MeKinnon, the cola. Fla. the members of the rivera Washlngton, Dec. 19 -lly direction
consideration being (145,((xl -Orlando and harbors committee making note of the preeidlt tji attorney Igenralm
Reporter. of the condition and needs of 'he river, bas removed Jrn office Willllam I
When the railroads that are in pro- Jehmnoo, I'nat4 tate attorney for the
eero of construction in the Western Brick Trust Surrendered. southern ditrlct of LIJIas Territry.
portion of the State are completed that Chipcago. Ik.c 9---Officials of the so.
will be a busy seeaton. The new roads called "brick Irlut" of ('llicao. made a Doctors Could Not Help Her.
to the Gulf are opening up a tinloe e. conipete Riisrrend r to State's Attorney "I had kidney trouble for years,"
tion of the country. lHea:y In rourt today, and were fined writes Mrs. Rarmond Conner of Hhel-
J. Hall Brumsey of ID l.and. who anr IKr-ga"teI' f II1 OlW Then ccmpa. ton. Wash 'iarl the doctors eould not
was appointed county solicitor of Vo. ny an.l a number of Its officials tog(th. help me, I trdil Foley's Kidney Cure
llia in pace of J. W. Perkinr, re- *.r wl'h 'wo latmr leaders, were Indict and the very first doe* eve men relief
moved for irregularities, has been ar- .ed i f: c.n.- lira.r) ,o ,1 e an i!!gal act. lad I am iow 'oured I cannot say too
rested for issuing checks on a bank in 'nto pre',nt cornl|m '*llin and to restric- much for Fuley's Kidney 'Cr.r It
which he had no money. 1.o- lprluctlion olf an the sa;e of brick make the disrased kidlly a 'u ilJ so
!n th, ('-lcago market. they will lernlinate thf pol oni froIn
Lake City iL the place where Hion. .thel htld VUless theb do thisl (od
lie-slth is impios,bhs Me l \ ', um
Walter F. Coachmen will talk to Klled Negro De ndlng Honor. th mob M um
farmers on turpentine matters. The I ,In W Va. Dec 19.-Hermann
farmers of Columbia county will try N,, .n a negro. was siot and kll;id by Low Ra"te to New Opleans and Return
and see if they can't make some of the I, Dely Wllkinsoo. a young scli(,; Via Atlantic Co4at Line
good money out of that product. A t,.. ,h..r Mia Willklaon was walkinal Te Atlantic c',sit l.n- announces
sensible move. t(: !. ,ho Erneet A. Beeey of ZNebraska, a pa* nur-r" Ile iadle adrances and threat on its line ti \'w O)rleans, l.a and
tbologies in the Boresu of Plant Indus- e~r.! 'o kill her unless vie would sub. return on I',c'r.nber '/7. I,2 l2. 19, at
try of the United 8tatee Departmeat ufj mlt Miss W\1lklntaol drew a pilto; the rate of 'sri frs-claas fare, pul* .;'t
Agriculture, has gooe to Miaml to sao nid -, ,r a u ti:le' Ihnnriui his brail rcent. for the r mnd trip irial Iuiiitl
eed Prof. P. H. Rolfs as director of T.," i -: hi. 'oe t',n airraiel *f all tiekei ,II te Januiary lth 1 .
the osb-tropical laboratory. Prof i- prior to nidilr,,, ht of which puenlger
RKolf is to take charge of the Fiornla FPWrmer' Union to Start Bank. most reseh or ;onalptarting post. uor
State Experiment Station. Ti!,:I .-':;. ;ea. Ik-c l--The~ rarm further lnforntloBn se Atlantle Cfsaet
"If every Slte will pese a law pro-. 'r .n,''a .as 'l.ecidel ti. ortgalie a Line ilaets r write. 'rank (, olei.
hibfllQ the killiua of qu'lil for a I be (mnfrl**, by s'hoe ovn li, tla
period dft ve yards eaj The Miami 'Fa" .. 'r,, Tn. rapltal ssl Reorod, "the supply of bad bae ai, ban '*s..-' 'y rn aoioro weeds would greatly deeresae e 'n w': apply for a charter a"
ek laws woldJ be worth much to' ont.. t.: rwl: t early itt Jar1ary o
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am.d Iecain. Full line of Lowney's Candies.
Oriental Stuluffel l)Dat s; I"Faiy \ii The tfnest Oranberries you evetr raw
(ournmet FIg In Ishketl. \'Vermontn Maple Sugar and byrup-
White Rose l'reservr in i!llt-- garatiteed atriotly pure.
nothing finer pil up Ii lmprtled .1lti| ,sni. rnaa Figs in bolk and in one-
- all varieties s., "11,i li '.
H. & R. Plum Pialdings. tll le(d Ites in pound packages.
N. H. C. Fruit Cake in one, two, Ive, lswii'" f' r, i'ntunrgeor, Fancy import-
anl ten-poundl pickle*. ,id 1Jswi, u\ir li.liner and Deviled
Datndecolle A t itauldins' .n'h.is Si S' i tll


Artem, ini glas ; Savar Aun A ('' s'hain.
ignins de Paris, in gli',m anid in tins.
Smoked ongtiie si.Okii ,l ie-'f aid
Spiced leef in bulk ; ,'inoked Sialinlo
and Halibut.
White Rose' lA 1y t'l'- lilnhiln
fitner ptii up Iby lnytloly
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I're fine old rye. Hy the gallon $8.00.
Fl"'ur full rquarts $ 60
EXPHRESS PREPAID
ESlO J. (OLEMA
Pure Plennsy vania Rye. llh and
ilmllow. B the gallon 0.76. rout
full quarts $8I01i.
EXP'REIR PREPAID
ANVIL RYI
'ure subltanilal family whiskey. By
the alloii $2 60 FoIur full quarI
$290. EXPRESS PREPAID


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Walt and mallow by She gallon $2,8.
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ket iand will save you from '2 to V pet r k ile on your purrhasea. t-iend for pri e
list sud catalogue. Fre. upon appellations
THE ALTMAYER I FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANY,
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,JELR 20, 190fi


SOLt rmA.' | ooYv FotMOu i mTHe A. -
Oun In Furnace and Oet Stet Engineer Pate Waa Drowned at Colum.
In His Head. bin, Ala., a Year Ago.
t. Louis, Dec. l-Cai, M. kLr-a, Albany, Ga., Dec. 19.-After having
Mlbnder and vloe president of the ft. been in the water for 12 months, the
Louai credit clearing hoowe, wae sin body of iEgineer Er2jah Pate, of this
satly killed at his reideaoe by a city, who was killed at the Columbia,
shot from an old rfle, whlch recently Ala., draw bridge on the nig't of Dec.
eaae into his poIesalon. 20, has been recovered at Apalachicola,
Mr. Bhmee had quite a leel repute Fla,
lon as a collector of ancient firearms. There were three men on the en-
He purchased a antique muzzle load. gine which went through the open
or, and wb6i examining it noticed draw bridge Into the Chatta.Coochee
that the stock was in poor condition,. river.
PaUiWt In his efforts to remove it, he The remains of FPreman Bates and
decided to burq it off. From its ap Supernumerary Dnginoer Dobbins were
oateamce and type, the rifle had probe recovered after a few weeks, but the
4Iy ot been used for 50 years, and Mr, remains of Engineer Pate drifted to
rima took It Into the cellar and the sea, where the body was found.
laced the stock in the furnace. Ha~d-
Shad he done so, when there waa a McCall III With Pneumonia.
4td report, and when members of Mr.I New York, Dec. 19.-President Jno.
Nalmee' family reached the cellar,'e' A. McCall, of the New York Life Insar.
wa lying In a lool of blood with a aole dance company Is, according to a story
It his forehead, printed today, very ill at his home. Mr.
McCall, the report says, was taken
GUEST OF PLEIADIE CLUS. down with grip on Monday last and
contrary to the advice of hil phaysl
Sild Recent War Did Not Cement the clans, be attended on Wednesday even.
North and South. ing a meeting of the directors of the
New York, Dec. 19--General Joseph New York ife Insurance company.
WWheeler was the guest of Plelades Since then Mr. MoCall has been down
Club last evening and nt a brief speech with pneumonia.
said, among other things:
"t has been aid that the recent Torture of a Preacher.
war cemented the north and south. o .
s The stor3 of the torture of Rev. O.
i Is, Itseemas to me, not o. ItD. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church
oy barred pto emvale ewe the noeelrn of Harperevlle, N. ., will interest
vbis bad prevailed between the north
and the outh for 80 years. There is' you He a: "I suffered gonias,
mee respect In which the recent war because of a peristent couh, resl*
Ws remarkable. ing from the grip. I had tosleep sit-
"if you will examine the records of ting up in bed. I tried many rem.
the battle under the great eral edies without relief until I took Dr.
you will find tht that e reateat of Kingl' New Diseovery for Conosmp-
tem only ten yer oet of the army was tin, Ooughs and Colds, whieb entirely
killed. In our oaampal an Cuba fully eared my enough and saved me from
44 per oent of the men eagagd died." eonasmption." A grand eare for die-
The Pleiadee Olub suag "Dtiae." r eased conditions of throat and lonas.
elted pteeea about the bravery of Oea. At all druggists pries 50o and $1.0O;
rarl Whoeler and yelled themselves guaranteed. Trial bottles free.
S Virginia Hotel Burned.
Coughing poll Oaused Death. Richmond. Va.. Dec. 1l-bo Hotel
"Harry Duokwell. aged 32 years, McAden, at South Hill, Va., was burneJ
choked to death early yesterday mor*n to the ground early Sunday morning,
Ing at his home in the presence uf his Its 30 or more guests being turned out
wife and child. He contracted a slight into the blissard-like weather, which
eold a few days ago and paid but little has prevailed In Virgina aince last
attention to it. Yesterday mornlon Friday. The town was saved only by
be was selsed with a fit of coughing heroic work on the part of the citizens.
whleh continued for some time. His who were greatly aided by the cool-
wife sent for a physilian, but before headed direction of the Rev. Mr. Hall,
he could arrive another eoughlng the new Methodist minister, whose
*pell oame on and Duckwell died from power of organization was marked.
uffoeation.-St. Loule Globe Dimon.
era, DIoember let. 1901." Ballard's Threw Wife Out of Window.
Horehound ryrup would have saved San Franclsco. Dec. 19.-Thrown
him. aMe, 60o and $1 hold by W. M. from a ifth story window to the pave.
Johnson. meantt Sunday night, it Is sild, by her
Coelle Laborers Riot. husband, a detective. Mrs. W. J. Ken.
Mew York, Dec. 19.-A serious riot nedy, surprised surgeons by maintain.
among coolle laborers resulting in the lKg life in a body terribly crushed by
eath of 20 Chinese and the injury of the fall. She said her husband came
several foreigners, occurred at Shans- to her apartments to effect a reconclli.
hal, China, today, according to a ca. oktin A quarrel followed and sie says
blram received by rearn. Daniel her husband threw her out of a win-
oa. o this city from their Bhanghal dow. ,


Oee. The cablogratn says: "Riot.
tag by coolie claurea. ItuneAe sus.
plded. Two pollee stations turned
S, About 0 (hinMla killed PrFw foreign.
eg Injured. Marines volunteers. re.
etortin order. Further trouble and
I s antiilpated tonight,
Will Inest te Preoeeldina
rBlrllaghb. Ala., Dec 1.--4t was
Mthoritatlvely stated that the attor-
f generall of the state. will peoed
ai-et the omutbr Mattual AIJ d ao
eatis o of Birmlngiam. In line whl l the
i Wort nf the Ineuraaceo ommlmalomer
to the effect that It seo s to be unable
to meet certa a contracts made year
%Pgo ad noiw coming due I It s id the
Soneoren will have the rilgt to reply
S before a jury aJn will conttine In bhus.
t Ine tintll It ls dclleMrd by the courts
d irAt It has no right to do so

A Fearful Fate.
It Is a fearful fate to have to endure
the terrible torture of piles "I an
S 4ethtally ey." writse Harry Cooloa
1 MaMlsolle. Ia., "that for blind
I 4tbleadi, Itebin and protruding piles,
IuWktIa' Arnira balri as the beet
4re mde." Abo beet for cuu. burned
S .and laJorie. Us at all drutgist.
Well Keown Man ead.
tw York. thIwt 1 -41ev. lr J I.
ImmssN. trustee of the lUrown usalvnr
S,, ty ~= (torti*My moroeary of ther lip
t Ibame Mteistos. 4ded yates\ay).
AA W It, r tamvou etabllabed sve
SaI o -ohies for rrod Mee ta hbe Somit
il at Abllene. Ter Is named for
Mn --
f Se abN ts C OCuw"tw Teet*
Sto e .s tha old and well-
UWted mi*4 .. ie. Wiow'a heoat
ag remp. owr hiMso teUstag It
Is "he Mo Mw ows the gusa.
t. 4r ---wb ee w. t Wv.
0 %Moo a


Prominent Florida Woman Dead.
Tallahasuwe. Fla.. Dec. 1I-Mrs. El.
len 'all Long, daughter of ex(lovernor
Richard Keith Oall died here at the old
Call horn of paralylss. Mrs. long
was the first white child born in Talla.
haosse and wa a woman of culture.
prominent la the aoclal and Intellectual
life of Florida. She was an authoress
to some distinction. "Florida's Ihreezms"
being one of her best known works.

The Requisite of Beauty.
The first requisite of beauty is a
elear eompleoron. Orion ltzative
Fruit Srup clears a sallow, blotched
eomplr.lin, a ii sltimulatos the liver
anI it.w.elp. and the rye"* teoae
bright ad clear. You owe it to your
frtiids t lake at if your complexson is
bad. (traIo Laxative Fruit Syrup doe*
not naunsate or gripe and It Is very
i.'eatant to take Refuse substitutle.
J W\. oCiollum A Comopan
Chrsltman Holiday Rates.
The AtlabileaOela Line. to tire ev-
er, ou an opportunity to visit their
home aad frnads, will ell tiekete ae.
coat of the Christmam holidays be-
tw e all potatle a one ad oae-third
fare plus twety4tis () seats fo
the round trp. Thee tleieto will be
ou sale ) Dormber M, 3 ,. h. 36,h,
1th. I1st and Jaenear It. nall lmit
of same Ja uary 4th.
For sidenso and te hers those esame
rates will apple with the Pseeptioa
that they will be oa sae ls'Demier
IT7 tk Atth, ei el T. The. w thew
will only bq geld t ssudeints upon pi
Watatur of a eerUlea e by the
pieenpatpI a paMeide0W of t he rt
outneItesitoes.
All of thee waho ban daugheeem
*earie here ChbArt sheaoe eal o
talastue Coaea Ui epft m w r
rhua C. Bay~,. Dnte P aer
Arant JatesevtUs, la.


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wonator and
Paper Hinger.


204 East Main S., 8., Gaioesville, Fla.

All kinds of outside and inside work
promptly and neatly exueoted.

PAPER HANGING and SIGN WRIT.
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GULF H MMOCK HOTEL,
GULF RHAMOCK, FLA.

Parade for Hunting and Fishing

Thbs otel is under new mansrement and
opened Ooaober Iet. t o. for the winter. Bes
aeomaur oaio. Fine huntrnl. oladina deer.
turkey r small eme. Exceist abhil and
boats for eooapodaUton of Nrus. Guides
for bustied sad ishin parties.
Por mtes and aoommodatlom addrem
MR, LO tLA THOMAS. Preprietrem.
GULo HAIMOCK. LVTT Co.. FLA.

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EL DORADO CAFE
Cleauilaelm In C(oknl a Feature.
Everything in Season Cooked to Order.
OYSTERS AND STEAKS
Specialties.
COFFEE the Best.
PRICES RE 4ONABLE.
WEST SIDE SQUARE,
0o West Mait Street, S.
:---

WD OAK and
PINE
aBwed and split all Icngths and sizes.
WOOD OF BEST QUALITY and
guaranteed satisfaction with every or.
der. When yoQ are in want of STOVE
WOOD please tive me a eall. Every
facility for sawinR, splitting and de-
ilverlag wood promptly.
I SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
E. C. JONES,
Proprietor Wood Yard, Corner Uni.
versity and Masoile Streets, Gaines.
ville. Florida.



Keep Your Head Clear
Aad your stoomob free from Indlide-
tlo If ou would be happy wltbh your
family and rour fellow-man.
The surnet tie on earth o .ret a man's ,s -
ter"out of wboak" Is beavy. Msoewr bread.
wblob i esured by severareaoS: nFirst.the
material ray mot be Iood; seooad. the cook-
Ior may be poor. The boot four In the world
wUI make the eaviest bread If i pMroperl
misod or oookd. WE USE TMi HET
FLOUR and our "oa suit" Is tkowlin how to
mih ad bake It Our broad doe not cost any
more than boue-ade. Md Is many Instanos
It Its o amol m e Jalstabie.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
rhem I". I. T. Helhair. Prop.

The Florida
Fruit and. Truck Grower
L. J.* lBUMTe Elter aad PrepIr,
OCALA, FLA1
Ow Tear.................. .....Sl.
SBlUtr etsies................
A hLndaomly illuesrsed mua istn
devoted epeetally o the laterreteol
the traio and vegetables Iovnn of
Florida.
A spread trial subreiptioi of sl
months wl be -t oa rmeeli of U
srla. Itamps tuake


Louisville &

Nashville R. R.

Beet Line to
Slrlmnh lam.tlbrt, 3 ls,
BMlaff Wetg IXna l -mpl-
wt Laus CWa s aN h u ptetar s
XTuC ma Wat lm tbuah rera.


01y kLme 'attlaa Aresgb slep
true nor tao ft. Leo oWk dwim
ear rrbeev.
nom it dimbegset wrrwe Lto %e bub.
1TISSgb tesrbsost seto ,so mb..
pois.eWsba o.~l m
Fo nlam"W oD" sofn w W ad

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ontaf t"Nobw ft w We**
4Z Moo M MMM~or~o

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CHARLES BLUM & .,
-DEALERS IN--

Whiskies, Wimp
P s j and Liars

fzi= fSa Nos. 511-519

BAY STREET,


JACKSONVILLE,
FLORIDA.


Agents for Pabst Iilwaukee Ber
Export, per bbl. 10 dos. $11; per doz, $1.25
Blue Ribbon, per bbl, 10doz. $12; per doz, $1.60
Jung's Cloclnnati Red Neart Beer.
Per bbl, 10 doz $9; per doz. $1.


We
on the


pay freight or express charges
following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything J
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 5 00
12 full quarts ........12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 fail quarts ....... 4 20
12 full quarts ........ 12 00
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bottled in Bead Under Government hoperlslale
S 4 !ull quarts, del .... 4 00
; full quarts ........ 5 50
12 full quarts ....... 10 75


BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN,
Years Old:


full
full
full


quarts.
quarts.
quarts.


SHEhlDA CLUB:
4 full quarts
6 full quarts
12 full quarts


3 20
4 50
.4 00


2 75
4 00
SA()


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


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In advertising is to convince youi that YOU


ought to


have a bank account, and that the account should


kept in THIS BANK
to our depositors.


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We offer ABSOLUTE SAFETY


Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
New Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR-PROOF
SAFE, with our Officers Bonded, with Fire and Burgler
Insurance, your money and valuable papers are safe
with us.
FOUR PER CENT Interest Paid on Time
Deposits.



The BANK of ALACHUA

Alachua, Florida.


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STRENUOUS STILLNESS. ANCIENT SEA WALLS.
Pe e*tses*ree Was a Trytai Palah memt That Was (lclte4 For
Athlettie PFt. X leOseas Thoer eplair.
,Perect stillness I something that W. 1. Wheeler In his "Hirtory of the
ly seems compatible with ;!i; .- Feus of South Lncolnshir"' *luotes
strennoeity. Nevertheles.s po.ing Harrison as saying. In his lprflacu to
artist may become, In the umnu.- llollnahed's "CWronucle." that "suct
for long periods of a difficult as, having walls or banks mn';ar unto
e, one of the most trying of ath- the sea, do suffer the same to dtecay.
feats. Whn Melsionler, the fa* after convenient admonition. whLereby
French artist, was painting oue the wa'er entereth and drowneth up
S i battle Meemes he hired several old the country, are by a certain ancient
for models--seasoned, tough edtom apprehended, condemnednl uan
as, wibae experience and eudur- staked In the breach. where they re-
would, he thought, be useful in main forever a parcel of the, new wall
ngthem both to understand the that la to be made uponI thien, .as I
requlMed and to hold them. have heard reported."--l'. 4.
did r, Indeed, as well as any Harrison, to far as I ui mt present
could, but It was an everyday at- able to make out, Ia the eariitlt an-


for a model to faint and more than thority for this, and be only speaks of
to collapse with exhaustion and it as a report.
iire the aervlces of a physician. In a paler by the Rev. F. '. J. Spur-
"spelaIally diScult were the poses rell in "lhe Archaeologla ('antknlt" re-
treentative of cavalrymen slain or I lating to Iartford, I find the following.
anded and flaling from their sad- which, though It Is by no'nt'eaus a proof
Despite An ingenious arrange- of what Iarrison had beard, tends to
Slnt of straps and slings hung from ake the statement leas improbable
0f.e selling of the studio to afford such thn1 it otherwise would be:
S pport as was possible, these poses i"In early times the Itonmla way
ialed so hard that one old soldier cronsd thit' marah untrouhibll by til
. lared fervently when the picture tk)e. Afterward, the tide having ald-
rfnished: vancedl further Inland, the road w:as
"M. Melssoner. I have been six times raisl, Itw(voing a causeway. In nt-
ounded and once nearly frozen on the d, and once they were going to bury ed against the tide. the road rulnnilIng


but it was all nothing to this. Inside, as at present. During a section
hlag! Nothing! It ia not hard to made a few year ago through this
out of the saddle, really. A bullet roatd. near Stldolph's house. I saw a
a one so neatly one scarcely knows lmmi an skeleton extended across thi
?n one touched the ground. But' ank about two feet below the pres-
3, you see, one Is allowed to fall all ut surface. Thi Is, of course, a
way; one is not halted In midair. strigige situation; but. lookuig to the
'ou are painting a great picture. fact that it was a title wall, it is poa-
sleur, and I am proud to Ie in It. slllet that the once owner of the rkele-
if you coukl have put me there ton had the duty of repairing the ank
Sa pistol Instead of a paint brush i ant having let the tide through by hla
ould have preferred it." neglect, was placed In the breach, thus
was long a current tale that the h'ellping to repair it while suffering
el for another painting by Mels- punishment. 8. miles hba mentioned
er, entitled 'The Brawl," actually that such a modet of dealing was a me-
I A lan. ... I L -. -.. . I


ed as the result of long posing In an ma*avui custom. however, I anow not
inunaturally strained posltlon for one how far the ancient graveyard extend-
of the two intertwined and struggling ed hereabout, so that the Ixboy. which
combatants In the picture. lhow This was not true. Indeed, he lived haI tn Not uriel n aeQu ie ound."-
Ito boast much and volubly of his b onon Ntc andQueres.
achievement. and It served him as his
cblef professional recommendation aft- POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
erward.--
Bolling up his sleeve and displaying Don't atniM y.tor rival. Ilehare bet-
an arm heavily conled with muscle, be ter than it ldtL-s.

arm? Aha! Truly! You are not the How many l-ri'e are you "conmfort-
flt to admire It And a leg to match, able" with? Nut very many prolhbly.
monaleur; a leg that sl veritably su- When It otiune to romntll'e, the kind
perb! But I do not praise them, I. found In books is very superlor to the
*There Is no need. These arms and real thing.
then legs have been nmmnortalist. It stated there Is an exnuytion to
They belong to art; they are conse- every rule, bitt don't hope you will be
crated to art-at any saerlttee of per- one to the rule of old age.
sonal convenience. Monsleur, It was I A 1N") nulny i jwopl are like little
-l-who posed to M. Melssoner for birds in a ne st. MWhen you praln. them


SThe Brawl!' "-Yotith's 'omipaunin. thr.y lie ttill with their moutlls wide
S4n'tu fr Inor'p.
TaesT mr T lrlts. Mlum-h. an- very) IilI-U lk,e Ip- wle.
A girl in Tum-cnny is alwaivs allowed I'i.,h twitch ,ngltl im :tktr ', re, fIts
a certain time Iwr week to work for aru,,nd th. ipot ,inu th. ,tugit,,.s ,,n
ber dower and gten-rally lrings her tit. thrtuh tIrnist. The,, ,c'har Ihe
husband a hel, with two or mor- pairsl p'ro, thi,.a ,Ua r,loli. hi, causes.-
of linen sl!iemts nud a waddled covrlet. At chIlon il..,
a chet I'UiwaMniLe and fr )in $:.0 to $( _$1 _


joney. Lhe hba usually a good **l(, ad ... e !Rs .
of body linen. two whiter work- A Pell kLa,non nth.rjt churcrtinan
dresses, several cotton ones for was rmetly thing New York, a -
uer and at least one holiday drevs, con,.anih.i t iy lii wire, wih, is a. swu-
lee a black silk wedding g)wn. tiful as her life. matIe Il ho wly. They
y peasant girl has earrings and a were walking own urustway on sun-
ace (vesso, of several rows of ir-
ace (ezao oe arverml orfr rsolr- ny afternu,.. andl the pair attracted
early shape pearls or of red or-I much attlntlin. One of two young
Ihe richer ones have a gold chain thinking to attract
ratch. Before the marriage a val- the favoratle atte tion of teto eure-c
tlmatornsP Is callel Il. who makes
lst of her Ipoessions on stamp. ma's fl.a it lu an aodble aside ro
Iper. which is given to the beasl "rkLd that It wai beethr c(ue oa
of her fiturt. hushandl's family. "the eautn and the tlt." Yuirk u
d abhe IW left a childless wldow he a wink the bhusand twrnd and be
U the dower, nnrl she generally sw ung bhi ri!hl to the speaker's jew.
I the hoUSE corinlngl a rik,"kout l. "I. am a lan
Sof pevc .. ut I i.- rer allow any o1n to
An rlmrl stgeneas. call ny aste a i*etI. New Turk
be earlr days, wte the people Trun
ut*r wtset awn to make th<- pub-
m, a man of pecullar traits, but
itag w borthas waut to the Mae-
Ma teLIlatne tro tin tow CAST R
A Be wor an old fashl* I"a C U
I' bvk. wr was Badly ot tk I p I
Ie bi ti 'kgtsatlve ball. water
of OH ftaedtlas ateeaMv frou a,
ad vbwr elms vTd wit1h 1 a
Ir the rSew aO tdir satthrO.
I aftlr th antral rl the Deno
Io f tem BsamIm ru tettar.
a I apprlftalty to have tua at
inM *sae a ns t -. e iam" I ask." l-ialired the mlwandboly
amso g thoan yes tI ed rr. "what tm yeow p urew
h an r- samesoI y" so m ad oer
1 trIam It nyepea, b" rlol Iet atrsh.
DsO m om wow ** wabeam I'm @an eSorr uming. Ifr
a I 4 C -- bor a b e S tn to M I tiTh e W a mr n a nd
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Oloe over M.arcus Endel'. IPTor.e rines

J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Soliltor in Etuoity
Real Eitate, CooveryncinK and (ien.
Pral Practice. All business promniptlj
attended to. Offlo, next door to Sun
office. GAIxsTII. K, FI oRinA
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FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(AINaSVIL., FOI oA

Can sell your sily property, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you offer for sale. 214u2a


W. E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LA W,
..SOLICITOR IN O C AN(t'.H Y.,

1 T 'll.T* L'.I LI- A_ A .


UAINLSVILLE, Alannhti CO.-
Ofliae in SEdel ltluuk


DR. J. H ALIDERMAN,


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FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIUAR
JOHN ME~NZas. Proprietor.
Is-ni W Bar st. .Ja cksonvile, rli
Faust ber. bottle al d draught. Don't
fall to eall on me when in Jacksonville

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Baking Powder


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ROYAL &IXNG POWDIA C.MeNEW VOOK


NEWS OF CITY AND ."

COUNTY CONDENSED bea
_At
Mtter of General Interest Oath. fro
ered by Our Reporters. for
Fla.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Ph
Soietyl
What Has Happenedand What is Oolng hold
to Happen Told In Short Paragraph and :
o That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun. TO
Foor-room flat for rent. Mrs. Foe.
tar, 40W West Main street, N.
Fruit eakes for Immedfate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
The Sun Industrial Edition sent to
I an address, postage free, foLlO cents.
Dr. J. D. Watkiln of Mloanopy was
among the prominent folks who paid
S Otlneeville a visit yesterday.
E Iraxa oplesof the Industrial Edi*
tion of The Sun for sale at Avers's and
Vidall' news stands at 10 sente.
Fdrnilhed room to rent on bloek ad.
joining square. Gentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at uon oefce.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of.
A-- ML^ - A- af _


dies'eallinl oardsi n latest a&ty|e
In office.
OChristmru cards and calendars,
tiful desilns, at Vidal's.
torney W. E. Baker has returned
a professional dSlt to Mioanopy.
me floe city and country property
ale. C. C. Pedriek, Galnesville,
illip Ammons has arrived in the
from Atlanta, and will spend the
lays with his grandparents. Dr.
Mn. N. D. Phllilpe.

IMPROVE AND PRI


uWwo perr uuuen, yo per nunura.-------
O iC must accompany order, dawtf F. S. Osteen of Mlooaopy was amoin
Mrs. E. 0. Fisher has returned from the business visitors to this eity yester-
Levy county, where she has been for day.
the past few days on a visit to friends. J. E. Futoh has returned to Alachona
Ohas. Kane and Chas. Adams, two after a pleasant visit to his family in
progreilve young business moo of this city.
Jaeksonville, were in the eity yester- A. C. Williams of Rochelle was
day. among those registered at the Brown
J. H. Miller of Jennings Lake wal In House yesterday.
tbe oily yesterday. lie called at The (eeorie Forman ot the (olden Role
oan office and renewed his suboeripl. Iottling Works made a buelness trip
tion, to Koehelle yesterday.
0 The Industrial Edition of The Sun For Sale-A desirable suburban
i on sale at Avera' and Vidal's news. home; eity watst _pW se eonven
stands. Uet a copy and send it to leneno. Address X.i't t4 o e. St
your friends. 0 L. Thompson has ltweTed from I
All ,f the children of the M. E. bhsinesi trip to Rege and other
Ohureh are requested to meet this atf points, where he hu been na the inter
ernoon at 8:80 to praetile for the set of the White eawing machine.
Ohristmas entertainment. O.B. Bailey of North Oalaneville,
Harmon Sherhooue of Micanopy, a the efflest head *alesan for J. H
aoeeenful manufacturer of lumber of .Vidal, has recovered from an llneme
that town. was among the builaeee vi. which eonlned him to his room for a
itor to this oeiy yesterday. couple of days.
Your Christmas dleMerts demand Mr. and Mr. Al Morrow of Philadel.
the best extratc. Doe't forget that phia have arrived In the elty and are
Bino Ribbon Iemon and Vanilla e*. guests of the former's parent. Colonel
tracts are the In it ever made Your and Mrs. A. P Morrow They are for
lroeer hae thin mer riLdea bo re and friends are
glad to see them aain.
ion. John N Townsend and three
Sons of Rei were amonl those who
tvited Usinesvill, Monday Mr. READ THIS.
TUowaeod is the erletetit represent. Mole, Ala.. Feb. 16. IM.
alile of hle Ieole* as t al umm)lw of the
*ti of his eo a e ber of the E. W. Hall, St. Louls. Mo --1
toward of C.ou.t, ',,omm,..oners.
Sir: Darl al the past year we bave
Henry HutolAuton of Jsckse.nvll,. sold over twenty-four dosea "Hall's
rerero lnta Keno. lFrcharhl ll 0 Co tiret iNtovery" er kidney and blad.
dry goods and notions. was in the < c der trouble saddlating that time have
eeterday. Mr. lituashoon ealits to rwcived no empihalt.
peend the holiday with *is family at Years rwpeetflly.
'rwoee t City, 'Putnam coiunit. 0. VAx Axrrwar A 8,.
I wIll have for today l fresh and
ealtwater trnut, bas. sheehead and A TEXAS WONDER.
ep*oaled lwroh and the only CLdar One s bea te le of te Texas Wo'
S Lo oyUters n town Krmenmltr de., aWll' p res DI lonery. eases a
4M I Sget my fish and oysters fera.e kidn- y amd b-dtedrw tmoue.- u- o
en day. Nonr left otver I A gravl.e O" diaeoes. lseplasJ eie
Damts. rhone, ~S *mk. w -k O ad am se---
L.. S toebe. cuwmrcr al ~e ,t of t a d imll g elaritU of Iheo kM
St0OheCle Uine. and J 1II ando!ph., *ey and adde r tI h11 mrnw
for my W wea time clever traveiasi weao r~e. ai bdtla IIlO aIe i
u..I..aa f C('a A am&born. eofea, *hiim If n eMI bey eWr dra st
.B- e ee aq i tM"w t oe lasitren to hise Met ma#lr tm t i of U,
*ity eu"d"y and were rewtored as On m l) be1 .e a tw usalhei0' uwes-
she BReow Mese. Beth I intila ari m t m d sA mm e into p wrlen a l
ftem tILasebe ad have ssoy npU r .O r.- Dr. -se W. HalWai a4.--
&Ift"lte tS te M ese w- ree w. P. O. I s. 0a. e M.M
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Bilgeat wargo in town-lx86 inshel
-only $1.71. mall ones 11 22 only $1.
Balrd's.
Now is the time to order your Christ-
mas and New Year's cards. Fine line
of samples at The 8on offee.
W. H. Lipeeombe of the Singer BSw.
ing Machine Company bha returned
from a business trip to Ocala.
Mines Hasle Smith and Irene Beck,
and Luolue and Reidus Smith of Cen-
tral, spent yesterday with friends and
relatives in this city. '..
Hy. Crtoeber of Jacksonville, repre. ,
renting the Virginia-Carolina Ohem.-
ical Company, ral in the city in the : I
interest of bhi frm yesterday. :
W. J. and John Loeke of Fannin 2
were among those who paid Oaines.
ville a visit yesterday. They are
among the progressive farmers of that
section.
Mrs. John W. Ettel of White *
Springs paid a brief visit to her son,
JoaA. Ettel, In telis city yesterday.
Mrs. Ettel formerly resided here, and
ha many friends who are always glad
to see her. Satisfac
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fennell of Mel.
rose, after a brief visit to the former's
,onle, Sherif L W. Fennell, have re -
torned to their home. Mr. Fennell is
one of the most progresive of the
young farmers in his section.
S Constable Sesslons of Alachua was G r1
in the eity on official business yester-
day. He brought Willie Thorn, col-
ored, who was arraigned before Jus.
ltee Oawell upon a charge of carrying 41 We
oonealed weapons, and committed to
jail for six months, in default ofr a flne
of $100 and eoast.

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