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 22, 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: VID01060
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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XXII, NO. 272


GAINESVILLE, LFLORIDA. FRIDAY. DE'CEMBIER 22, 190,"


TEN CENTS A WEEK


SICTS MANHOOD


BORE THE TEST


ought Fire And Saved Women

From the Flames.

BLACKWELL'S ISLAND PRISON


men's Work House at the Prison
totallyy Destroyed-Much Other
property Damaged-Prisoners Prom.
ed To Be Own Jailers.


w York, Dec. 21-Forgot that they
convicts and remembered that
were men on Blackwell's island,
this morning when the male prix
marshaled by their kee prs iu-
fire-fighting and life-saving corps.
From the flaming floors of the u o
O's ward 340 frantic women a I
m the hospital bedd 50 more.
starting from the sewing room (of
work house and from a cause which
not yet been definitely decided.
e fire had reached a fierce blaze at
o'clock when It was discovered.
The fire engine on the island proved
adequate and a call for help was
at to the city department. Seven
ginges went over, but were not suffi-
eat to save the women's work house
desruction. On ttWe top floor of
is building were cells for the women
ho became frantic with fright and
ere soon choking n* the dense
ke that killed their cEl:s.
That most of them did not Ilrlsh is
due to the recent installation of a ,)'<.
em by which in emergencies every
.-ell in the tier can be oil'nei simulta-
meously with all the ot c'rs When tile
extent and danger of the blare became
apparent, the war len marst.aled his
rsgnlar-flt~-fihtilng force of employs
-sile soon Aere at work
T.w flame s spread so fa-t. however.
that this force provtitl iihopl)l hssly l'n
idf(qlate Th.-n it waA decided to
|touch the rnale prisoners' sense iof
mntlat) cxi an.l they bore' tht. t-ft *w';.
Freed from their 'i lI. and nar
shaled into Pmall hod!l '; :.y -nrtrerPl
the bullling and went H' i;i, work ,of
fire ight'ng an.] rseitel. wt h ',.e fnioo
utter disregard of dan!lge' t th I r
*elvt-4
The names wer: crack:lill al. aito)tl
Them and ttry plioiged thrtMih the.
den.set smoky' wb~'n they brought nitl
in their arm& the last of the women
prisoners
The fire belIs and the shouts of the
men at work rould be heard all over
the island and In the hospitals and
bullding of the ocher tIlsitutlons there
was a panic which was quieted with
difficulty by the nurses physicians and
8See rs
Although only part of the ceviur
w'r oauel ta re-eulng the women.
those who remained looked in thelr
tll made frantic appeals to be al-
to help As the screms of the
Vag* penetrated to thb r cells some
the conbvcts fell on their knees, beat-
the ban with thebr fslt and ImpTor
ote ruards to let them out to fnat
bl Whe thls was refusel .iey
that at tuet Lr gurds go to
resee. promaslag that they would
thUr owe Jaliers
'u re lamest ove two hours, cen
al of the womoe's prtso t:e
add ealf Of the work bho*
up to the shore of Loag i!amd
to tbe e pptg ino Ast river taM
the ta!! bul.:Jlta on the New
of r r ver


h aowegfi-a Tar
S 't im Terr-s i' uty I


p) a~tfr' wAlly rid %&nulf
ph.. h~-~mc3 by hbfiin i.
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aid


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ow 181"Y7 abasIOU4.3 I
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RECEIVED NEWS WITH STOICISM

Rawlings Men Undemonstrative Over
8tay of Execution.
Valdosta. Ga., Dec. 31.-J. GC Rawl.
wings and his sons. Milton and Jrt,'
received the news of the succtes'i t
their attorrfey. John R. Cooper, in car
trying their cases to the United Statei
supreme court. In an undeimonstrat,%,,
manner, and nad very little to sa) in,
regard to the matter.
T"he elder Rawllngs profsael srev
eral weeks ago to0 iave givenI ui a'.
hope of escaping the gallows. and- fiu:il
exi)ctcel to be hanged on Jan. 6
Attorney Cooper's move in carr.6i: ,g
the cases to the federal stit e'rlne court
will act as a stay of execu:ion for someu
moonths,. probably, andn l[onard Raw)
Ings, who was taken to thh state I ni
tentiary a week ago, will Ite brought
hack artl again confined In t.h' jlai
here unll the court ipas.'s o n lthe caI e
Alt L ,nrce, thte main wlitnm's agalns'
thice lrawnlint who was to haveI bl'en
ihaLn: d i n .ian C. alt-, K t.s a rc'.lite


liy Mr. C'oox)lr'sR action.


A GENEAL STRIKE


IS NOW POCL


Street Railway Scrv;co

pletely Suspundej


co ZIn I triiAn on e r11 On WA
;E IT"RUSSIA IS LIKENED
llP or o n .I Pre' rd ron

1IMED "The "tr UNTO A SIC I
ed wllt rnrmt There I. grtAt 'CX,.:,
nien[ In this city.
Corn Who Emerges From Sick I
JEWELRY AND MONEY LOST. Stronger Than Ever.


DECIDE TO CLO EVERYTHINGMany Valuables Were Dest
DECIDE TO CLOSE EVERYTHING Wreck by Car Taking
-Kansas CIty,. c. l.t -Th
Strike Leaders Do Not Hope to BriAg says that besides t.ae lo4 o
Life of Empire to a Standatili by a t.ie Santa Ple train wrvick
Kian- Tuesday. there was a,),
Single Stroke, but Will Labor for a in gold and 9,0H0 in e ,rr
Gradual Extension. many thousands dollars' wrt

St. 'etersburg., Dc. --l :p tn m- olr et t m in Il,
c~t! destn) ed ty the taing W
Tae proclauation of a gelir; -. r he mtoneywa was in tranl
for tlomooriow oat oo ha tIi ,I.rl, th National iank (oi ('oiamL itc.,
mo.lt intiliuse exciLrlmct It it tcuIn be at C(ity to Kansas lmanker.i
SUIt('bStu11' inlaUrllMtt-d aiil l.;in:li ; nll Tate pla(es, the 'ale ,,( o the
ed thhe revolutionarles mare ,ihiiuti tones and g ll and silver at
that it will break tihe Mn>...nit' Most of the packages
bick. ItIn government ,. (.. .. hli), Chrlstman. premant There 1.4
et r., confidence Is expre, I t, ii but that it A 13 fully six I
lproleta latt organization; (.,n ni,: t, f ore the ,.ltilre lohi. if ihe 'Iol


-S t(off


MAN


Room


troyed In
,tre. ILLNESS IS IN NO WAY FATAL
e Journal --.
f life newspaper Correspondent Has Inter.
at l.ng.
at l:An.O view with M. Shipoff, Minister of

ait n an l Finance, in Regard to the Extent the
th of J)ew Government Suffered by Agitation.


4 car at

frimrn '.10
In Kau.-
Olle tsti,


N vw YorI.kIX, ie. 2 1I. T I I o t I 'At,( I'-,i
Imni u 'uIrI%., I) .tI L v 1 o f thL Ir%. iltId c-
An ll1t11It W MOCIlU St Slt or
(lay ilth .i. Shlpioff. auinistcrir ~


Sircrim-is ula iaiiv. wt e hut %a& askedMa Isto I lisi el
I Vol.u cWO ti-it t he wi-rnmlt oulTered by rca
vniittttI neItloh 'if imli~ltiuaI agItation aand particus
wtiiui? i itih laiO th' e'uelcit prouula'trlm antifasto
ittio- Ibv- in %%inh Mi ti tIttihruptty uf tOwu teru-
)r(.sN com i ; 1114 1 W as 111L1hli ti t1'I


FERRY HOUSE DESTROYED. fct a t'otillpett tle-ualt"l ;;.Ir tile on Ill k o, ."1C 1 ,-
I bif- ltt a Vompetie tie-up .in. .1it tiltz pany is knoAwn. I Io not IA (o I ooren al tie flact,
Shed and Section of Ddtk Belonging to strike niutl ).w tf a shrt ,rl I.tilon. ). T. Mlervlne, mannel'r of tau \\V, s th,. n Mt. ir .tid, "that the moltement
Erie Partially Burned. -i ,his h(,le' etems basepl it I f th',t Fargo complny, -aif in the spri f as hlAi a uim Il. e f fell mlliog us (orm
N. w York. Dec, 21 -A fire started r) that tr' extreme lng u> of lit, currency and gohl anid silver, in I I I ll.; on ti e lie-1"" of eIun roetii war, It
today under the floor of the Lackauwian rec.s iaa a!i'gated the 1izlupatlhs of a whatever paCe r-lainlred WaM t 11i.1 < i!IMI ni. lt I lh t wlher IhI1t ,do not
na ferry nose, w:'itwre snom paint i rs large prop)ortlio of the r: (workntlllti wIth packages of Jewelry II I- Itl tintl foi flinoment ilat W txpeltleril
wvre at work. It Is thought thit (int or an(i a!o on whtat a they alii t )i I te' I ) 111ated by tilt' cashler of t r ci rl til :nyi) til) .iirlirm or anIxiety ",
of th(e ltips used by a paaintr ex soliut knowledge that t.i, orRan;a that there was- niR $lin.,h) In ilimon) IHow ofl have youl sen a yoril>4
plohled tons arl- without f nl "" Thie i',)ven n the. safe The. gold lill i,i ri,-ish Irn' d ;n I tl l int r.\ ort unitnill pirstraledi by ill
The firry honta e was Inmmedlatl.lyi nllnrt's calculatlio hlow etll, ha' i t a pratlcally its full mlnltie a w are 1:i whln liaa bl len |sii-lillomi lly creep
filled with sn:olke ian. the' painters., Ihd proved deplorably t i it;tlainct. w:lhtha n holw that lh, crre'tir will ie in I in m llllns )ol not often notlcle
great difficulty In reaching the fli r the true i itllati n th il and ti a i n diltIon th t n to w rratitt Ithi t aoir Iir I,i .an 1:1 man.li nil, I i lt) romilat conitl
above. j strike l'ae. rs. declare '- .tK rv i ent plarlinwnt In t in tning l t. hre-at, r part ' th off 1 tmul ladty anI after
Tul ferry hon e nf tlo De'.la\\ t; I ag n" lliole ssly Il.no' t(i of ihe- of t I -i *e veii- rom tir e let
Lackawanna and W, >'e ti i in riiis t iagntitol, of the stru;,l. l oifronttlini ' s it.,r Iand Iltil vacla lpe than
a(nd alniumo a complete loss, Awhl, that t T.itir plais areo ,.,.# -uls m) *RUi TRAGEDY AT JONESBORO. ,...?
of the Jersey centrall was very l adl. ttlo l sr Ii the poet!im n of Hiuml la I est
damaged One shed anl -ectloln of l'"rson th!e nature of h!Ii riwat's of Two Men Have Difficulty-Onse Ma j I'h rie itit I. in no say fatal,
thue doock belo( n ing to Ihe- lj-ri r)ad l the' i'.1 r' t" t" he tri I' ilh vilItllt is Killed. Other W wounded n i willi ,1 eolu -ltn e. ,i ,..,iie e h, priorsot.
was also oirtlal!y de(I .tro)-i that thit.y exi;. t to p: ; .Iin' S t Jn, .,h-,,,o (;1i lt ,. 1 In a I- : I ', 1nt., ,. t aifily irtlin the
Ity n(oo the fire was trougt t undie r 'n l11t'. tr" F onnal tiflntily tM1tw .1ii I. l l I l).ir i i t i ,,, i1,1, ,i get lt olif -d loor
contrrl an, the ferry honises o lh( TIoe- i l ***' r;' n t T 1r i .r n lr -i s l, t l nt ilI ,l ti, i.N ,i-,. w ll4 11 1iet rIrI T ,,
Brie and Pienn- ylvanla ral!rouad. w, nlln of MI '-cow i ltho di.,rhi l-, letr| r ,rilnI ti.e fr i-tm of hls l ; :te Mr loi-s. wA .i I, ,- I.un .- ,ar.- .,oumt, ) smire
out of danger 11ti11se lnst hllht toi voting Il favor ,of shoi aIIi s ill flroil fat' ffe' of ( he ,i cfi i I' ., te ,'iti,,nnry tpar't hal4
ia 'rlikr has t.-c'Igtraithe ove-r the raIl tt llentid al i n early hour Ti ils iaymta). I s,,,d -,,- ri .i |1 il0l) eul oI f ile
Ne w paper Correspondent Arrested. ron'l liid ', ( ,tf ' pnl)lt' lI' If '.' t Th'.e i.ii r. ,f I. id'fflil lty IL slirtli.l 1 ,. , Ilibng i I- i.inpll i ) uI thi)
N w 'Yoirk. D D cr 21 -A cr;al>e il-pa'ch re.,ltis ate' re'aim'y '. p i) tll 1uffir I'c l' I n It I .y0i t ) A) 1s 1 iile tIIwI of any i .ii ll II, 1 i u n~ ito fit r t'

S ty, r. J ke i tei r, I;)y .,ii-. an or i tle. r lrt li. inia lin f c'itiniig th, t, w nll -n ll. h It e I e il'r I iIl ,; ti ,,t of a ,Iat C ionilrit I ,.# l it.1 -
li. for thI I" rit-lt of M r llil l ', an 111 o'!.1th'I ,-n' '. 'l f #,r, llh .l a -W: It Ie 11 1 f is l lti.i l,"I , i a. e). I 1 ,
Ati ri ar,. ertirr simpori thi tia-i.i of 'Varti. fornri l) an ei rk. Tie I '. le. n Ithe c. li i affair ) i |t.i ,,is ,,e.e i's I ni ,) If.


1".l t ifte, lam'an~a 'T#i le-raph w hti
it #, nt' ciu!v'',fhavat:i tt~'.-una wroe'tlh
% 1 I' iuA! lioenn :;i#-eIi on ti i- Monli
ii n' A,' IAiinta 1 r)ite 4Ight ('ittat
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hios wcrr wl!l i'o' ('i cloarid -io :' g Ii
'h .% i nti' r.i t'.o r I'rhi-c" If
th' s ', ,. the ; tri oef lire-d, eove-n .1i
h;t'. w'1:: Ih. ,;- d It war pr i
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It i ei tie 'r'" e ,f' ),. I .,',r-i E llt I
\llllnrr .,rr* i ,,',r I '1 !, ,.ritl i l
ii now In 'n, ,i n 'i )vI ll eltcl iu
thai the ali **lngi ar In .in f i fteBae


:,:-in! it lit Yin was tiefs-Alt .
'Cemalge-] iffedse'crat Ion of the fgrave Of, :!t :>n t1I a t'iseIQuiet *eI~.,aIn Shanghai.
(Ccn rnt 1(ha 'lianon The ptlce *are A'Ihicirti the- h lw wax tl l fo? fIr'anaghai11- IC .,' All Is ell)ll e In
IIc-uIIK for VarlyIOf)I ?to-me1n-fwi0n IV. A esunl 'ofth'lthe1` 1 c town 1Icid Illnese has h be
__________ cu ii f ccqym tn't-a Ion Ithe strike' lecad re~eirne'1 1,111 1;,p vic,ejnte-o'ra ammd el~nr&
Bride's Gift 91.000 In Gold. era it) ne" 'le-, -bring the life. iof lar] by the warships it o "t rmain
Now Yeir't r-c 21 ---lfoisa Mr ar tathe "mlr'mA 1' & 111:1 ti 1 a in1le1,11 dut y uts precautir o agsall a re-
el Sr~lw e.-p'!aliahte-r of 'nit states, sfilkoite hll' 'hIv Ism atNer for a gra newal ct the Motlins TheVunite-I
SenS'u'r hcinia %C l'!at! twasmatn e 1*1 e V1 111111 nT`l4 11 f 16 strike m11frilOvesent Ntale gtbol 'Ilablobss has strived
to rTnrn-1. (' C rmoly of Minntaw n Tho i' cre- of I' wtnife ofnof Ithe to rsisforre the kallimori sa" he
III Ari I Is% A-MUKNefi. 1) C'At (;rs" Wrvbune. *-te"'''i "t QWV1 W It'i be-. I rith C risLr Ardrods In c -l
chnrrh In r-'*Y Yea'uirduay Te Parmy !A- sr1111:t? lr" -y that en q -to reinfore. lb Dwvnc i 'I
tirlde hasi !,Pcn -ck)eu- Ideeienlifie'*l vI!' iira.il eat lw-r 1rali ic prin' it It w-k p.'if#
this chrircnh on wat one of Its u, fhurlng the. a-' Is pro eicThe 104e1d.e-ftu'
desconno-mi 9 Actia Ptlat's e' O,"', stop aI '. 'oM print 'h1 '14 0'-1 0 t'll hIs nw(id fr te ddismrissal of -
the tunic *.AA n'-tm110"U. rous SuItingIhM I"~to- r(ThIts-i' ~'if the wel kinetic' ell"ish A04welor land Woire ls&pr'ivr'
while tlbe R1ilih Moaul refune r.
The.;ue or. e iti'- ling don W l miiite&d
Dows. Se$ 6faor Jamaica.
e..". c.... .i emi. A'.vari Amp- than fe't.e-it ofm61111 1a a W t o MaI i n


rbswowie arrive 'ifrr.' In a private tar ip few e urwe It&"bown made a" thbe owelseliorn. (Is. Dee I
last nigh' li'14. sa&& '-i-wulrileIVIby 1 eadeii ctt ke, in &T0641116lagtheir Jg"Seeat bhin I2-,earoWd
hMe bon (;'11,4ine Itrrw'e- s *z'ftP! r" "C. Ont! -'AlIg R wh t00e at he VWl51e6 4proIltalarp
num#e an,.'wr"hri w evdanaThe A dlgvre~t 's'V demeaddwaidd" tmee, ~abi
pary ytoss wt! I r-' cn fw)eo ''e *ce', aiw j 1Tb.gploaw.fus tee mmest few the 4 16aiaf reo
o? A4Dmienl Ie-rT terucud rn Jr,,?I JmaIra 11 0 his crfii a!9 --SUSW by the PoIwsef pg 'btlie I
L&-A'r twieste Ut> 'a..la *. at s'et-.k abt, of (of I'. t' Iw Ulbe, Deriso "ite a", .thlo Oty, Wv
eeuiu in 'he- Curz .an *ea Ia *h* I lastS(te ', C. twoV IaUh e ded ta h0M t e e epalrb ',a
hope, f rIf,- lg L, I hapr04 time to arr",' -s bws of th9 ee & s "sw *crwtae an
hPl),s 31r092 01 00 01 -1! WO O* 81 I Pe hi bo Vay m Ist hke (''
ad to awthe ? sod w~fa.%bet Itbe' ggat4% the f twom, 0.
Well Know. "Actres Deed Opl-mtos ob eo '!"is detUM of twhe, rs hwth. h thehit"
Uelfarl WrM`h w 1 1VISO I'se lid eS *t 00.4 WdI 0 0 i *d eeM rmaad to yell 'go see!


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Three Thouam Wen Present at
Recent Ietifn in Newark.

THE SPEAKER WAS ELOQUENT

She Large Audience Was Stirred bI
Pictures of the Drink Evil's Awful-
ness, and Hundreds Were Moved to
Confession-A Glorious Meeting.
The Newark (N. J ) Advertiser of the
Sth Inst. contains a glowing report ol
Meeting held by Rur. Clarence B.
Stroose in that city, and inasmuch as
Dr. Stroose is regarded as a Gaine-.
lile man, this will prove of interest to
readers of The Sun. The Advertiser
ays :
Rallying from every seotioo of the
city In ,quads and oompanle, and al-
most.regiments, small army of men
and women descended on the Columbia
Theatre after lst night's performance
to permeate nlto every corner of the
saelent playhouse, where Evaogtiset
larenee B. Strouse was booked to lead
a revival service. Folly 8,.00 people
crowded into the auditorium and gal-
lery and onto the stage before It fairly
bean, and for the better part of an
hour sat or stood entraneod by th'elo.
qouaee of the yoong Virginiao. That
It was wonderfally potent, the scores
of profesed resolutions to reform bear
witness. Of those profesing ones
more than sixty signed the deelsioo
eards In use at all the meetings. But
that number seems small when almost
thatwhole grgat oeoourse stood on
Its feet in bof Christian faith and
determina4on live in aooordanoe
with it prep.
To the silfriq melody of the glory
song, "The Klag's Business," and the
more familiar "Onward Christian Sol.
der," those who had attended the
voeral district meetings marhed in Ir.
regular formation to the old First
Oburob, the rendezvous on former
similar oealsions.
Of the marehlng throngs by far the
greater nDmber oame from the Clin-
ton Aveane Reformed Ohureb, where
Dr. trouse had spoken on the conic*
queees of sln. At the esonluslom of
the servlee there, probably two-thirds
of the 100 peronas who filled the edl.
fee started uptown, led by the distrlet
ehalrrmaa Dr. Daniel I. Martin, and
two platoons of mlnisers and laymen.
They preceded the band of the Volen.
teer of Amerlea mastering a dosen
pleeos ad the district chorus, and
taking the east side of the street set a
pas eomparatbl almost with a Rus*
alan retreat. No attempt 4a made to
preerve conventional rankd, but every
bit of exes energy was expended In
staging the revival hymns. Iut be.
aides the hundreds who eomposed this
line there were as many who kept to
the eldewalks, and hustled to keep up
with the others.
Dr. Strong, overheated and wilted
of collar, wrapped himself in his great
fur ooat, but dared not expose himself
to the penetrating rawness on the
marsh. Instead, he rode beside the
column n n his cab as far as the First
Ohuroh. and later to the theatre. A
transparency la the line gave a ge-.
eral arvitatiou to the theatre.
All alonr Broad street heads popped
from windows and form appeared In
doorways of residences and bua(sine
places, the owner round by the vol.
ome of sitging and the must of the
seaortina band.
On to the Theatre.
When the moblsrlnl erowd reached
the ehonrh it was already filled by
Leader Chapman's audience and
smaller delegations arrvinl earlier
A way was elsared for the musietans
and the ebore., and when they were
Ia oeal the gallery afforded standing
room. The erush held up hundred


oued, ead them eortly turned and
made toward Wasn(gtoa Sad Mar-
shall telrvt For about half as hour
every street tbereabot led to the the.
atre The advea uar d arrvd be.
Sree10 10 and formed Is a mas before
ftee frost uad elde eatrase. It was
qalte thirty mante. however .before
the perforeaee was ovr and the
treln wae allowed to ester. The
/ iameg had beew prvtooaly an.
A-- d fMa the staga. ao d tOe rwdat
maaerty ef he asdlen e sed isr th
eata. epnae k) e*eeap,4. bt tthe
wedp of benaity to ibe lobby meadl
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THEH. DAILY BU Nt!GTILLALOBIYD DECEMBER 22, 1905


THE EASY OIL. bread lie and we say 'the way of the
transxrfeor is bard.' We hear of the
Scott's Emulsion is suleido o the midst if luxury and
Plenty, who, confronted by the evil
I the easy oil"-easy to life be ha led, snolff out his breath.
take, easy in action. Its And we bear the answer come back,
t the same answer, 'the wages of sin ki
use insures deliverance death.'
from the griping and nau- "How many here tonight are di.-
obeyinf God and walking In the ways
seating sensation peculiar of sinful gratification. Oh. think of
to the raw oil. Nobody It, before is is too late. That old mas-
ret of yours, that old satan, will turn
Swho has any regard for on you, and the end will be inevitable
their stomach thinks of and eternal death.
"Have you ever asked yourself."
taking cod liver oil in the the speaker went on. "what you have
'old way when Scott's accomplished? Have you asked your.
self what your end is going to be?
Emulsion is to be had. You know it ha been said that all men
It is equally certain that are created half dog, half man. You
r know in to many cases they have
nD one having a regzardfor starved the mroan, bit fed the dog, on-
their health will accept a til the man is all dog. You get to the
cheap emulsion' or alco- stage where a man will como up to you
and say 'where is your way leading
holic substitute for Scott's you?'
Emulsion. It fulfills ev- "That reminds me of the predict.
meant of a man down by our eoort house
ery mission of cod liver who was, while very much in his oeps,
oil and more. trying to saddle a team of mules.
Another man came along and said:
rCn T t BOWNI. 4og Perl nse, New Yofk 'Say, Bud, you gt your saddle on
------- hindside before.' The intoxicated one
"To err is human; to forgive divine," turned around and replied: "8 none
It was o' your business, it isn't.' 'But you're
Dr. Strouse's choir of a hundred got your saddle on hindeide before,'
voices, which has been so ably trained repeated the other. 'Well. how do you
by Harry L. Maxwell, had been rein- know which way I'm going?' de.
forced by volunteer choristers from mended the drunken man,
other districts, and these, together "That's the case with so many men,"
with a soure of pastors aud evange- resumed the speaker, after the laugh
lists, were admitted to the stage, flilinir which greeted his anecdote had sub.
every square inch of the standing and sided. "Some sinner says 'J'U turn
sitting room. In fact, of the 800 per- around when I get ready,' forgetting
sons massed here not more than fifty that sin is binding him until he is
had weate. Manager Jacobs' men mad' hopelessly bound forever."
efforts to work chairs and stools no, Dr. Strouse here took op the special
but It wss a phyeleal impossibility. theme to which he devond most of the
Scarcely had the curtain fallen on rest of his talk. It was the question
the last aet of the melodrama when of drinking-its inception and its re-
Mr. Maxwell was between it and the suilt. The man who says that wine
footlights, and in a moment had the ean be served at the home, the speaker
people singing "Rock of Ages." Boon asserted, utters "damnable heresy."
the volen surged into a great volume, Tuis, too, set hands clapping, and
and for fifteen minutes, while the the evangelist proceeding spoke of the
crowd adjusted itself, other familiar ideas of some people that if young
hymns were taken up and song with boys were allowed to have all the wise
marvelous vigor. The audience, soeh or liquor they wanted at home they
of it as could, had heated itself, but would be so surfeited when they grew
when 'Throw Out the Life Line" was up that they would care nothing for it.
called for it aros ea mase. Later, as "Do yon think," he demanded, "that
It still stood, she Rev. Dr. I. B. Hop- that is any more of a logical conclo.
wood, who had been the herald of the alon than to say if you give a little pig
service, led in a fervent prayer of plenty of slope he won't want any
thankfulneu for the opportunities for slope when he gets to be a full-grown
salvation. Then the great crowd sang bog? No, you ca' get away from It.
the (lory Bong, and at the leader's The result of Intemperance is drunk.
suggestion brest into a long round of enness. '
hand-elapping. I r. Strouse had his gret: audience
Soon Dr. 8trouse's turn came. He leaning forward now ard straining to
was probably the moot fatigued man catch his every word. Thus enrapt,
on the stage, but he was the coolest they were ready for his next allusions
as he started to speak. His first en- to "the prositution of the (hristmas
tenoea riveted attention, and his earn- season by drink." and on this point he
est toese reached to every niche in the dwelt with extraordinary vigor.
structure. His distintly Southern "It is a sad commentary on the j)y.
voice Blled at first with conviction, ous oc,-asion," he declared, "that in
again with pathos, later with pleding. many a home Christmas morning is
No woman, few men, oould have been ushered in with an'egg nog May Ood
Invulnerable to his purposeful pleas, help the Christiua home where this
and soon his simple but telling argu. 'poinsn is set before its young men.
ments had carried todeep Impreasions. May-"
The Evangelist In Action. C'ountinud applaone compelled a
,brief pause, and then the speaker pur-
I bring you a mr se," r. troused : "Whiskey is just as mean mn
began, which I believe will ppeout of them. I nt
every young man and commend itself do asthing ut pof l them., I ad I
to every man and woman her do anything but spo th and I
!don't ears for soiled eaos "
night, who weant to get nearer to God. ( r the oro crd t tterd
We are at the height of ons of t he w tu hre d
greatest cainparins for od ever een I )rtue pickeduphis thread *
n this eity. We are hereo as the repi it was to apply has earnet invective to
in thil ity. \We are her as the rep-
re*ntattvn of the Christian Chrch. I the men and the habit that wrecked
home. breaking wtve' hearts and pun.
We believe in the immortality of the ho breaking w heare and un
soul. that down the vista of eternal ishing Inacent children. Apropo. of
Ife we shall live on forever I is in I this he reited a number of incdentsr
view f thfat that there sure to the doo. e met a lttle
be a day f ud ent i i l- haver ona certain ChrIstma morn-
be a day of judgment, t isn rl* ing, le. er doleful. and!
Isaltn of the eisttenee of a divine' o lyo very. veWat dol theful, andtr
(iod that we warn you mea to turn jse? he ked ser.d Wat rwply me t
from your evil way*-you men who are b h repl e
always arele and t ert an t tw b. "The ain't io hrit-
tie eompreheading the penalties of la. i .0 our hoese. Somebody told me


"Loet stake the p tetre of the J ud A feeble gigale swept over the
most day as pointed by John in Rev-
elatio ns, i whih shen al d the houe. audible e ounh to procmp a
great stead before the throne of God mild rtbuke.
tloved, that aft&& leot and 1. In .,You lah as that." said the evan-
4ovli. that meab yo and fo. that ta
thee few abort years whih we live elt yu forgt that
here we are enrvylg 0o1 or eternal Cla0s was tha little follow's father
.. ..areCoing w our e era l. "'tiod deliver oe fSeem the Irunken
destiny deluding whert f al e t claue. he td wh anifeet
eternity Can a man aoN to t ur 1t c ad o
away from the right and poure- the ,rbt1 deeUse. b* lItto. eoests-
wronig whn hbe rsai se the inPmv' ,s U js may te reered sai robbed ad
e'onf Ls Vern ly. the wage n sin is death m t .." ."Aaee ?" "Ame 'ease l
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This guarmntbe nuihlrzc': iA vry1riwrgist to refund the pur-
chate price of a t. it IC.,f G.F.P. tGer~tle's F. irale Par~acea)
to any wurlan HW'o 0 U. .t :Mi i3 not Lbnefittd by iti use.





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'THE DAILY SUN: GAINESYVILL,-FLORIDA, DECEMBER 22, 1906 3
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E $50 REWARD

IS WITHDRAWN

unty Commissioners Threaten-
ed With Suit for Damages.


'LAWYERS BEFORE THE BOARD

"These Attorneys Declared That No
SFund Was Available For Paying of
Rewards, and the Board Was Acting
With No Authority of the State Law.
Owing to decided opposition to the
offering of O60 reward by the county
commissioners for all parties arrested
and convicted of selling whiskey in a
dry county, that body at its meeting
Monday decided to withdraw the re-
ward.
There has been a large amount of
money paid out by the commissioners
for rewards in cases,which has kept the
offers alert in running down cases,
he majority of which have resulted in
conviction.
When Alaohua county was voted
"dry" the commissioners, who were
determined to keep the county as dry
as possible, to enooorage the otflers.
offered a reward of $50 for the convic-
lion of persons who were selling liquor
without a licease and for a time arrests
agon these charges were quite fre-
quent and in the majority of these
ese a conviction was secured.
Prom the record? it appears that
about $1,500 has been paid out by the
oommissioners in the conviction of
- ease and now it appears that this act
* is illegal, as no fund has been provided
for rewards of this nature. The com.
amilioners, when the matter was
brought to their intention, realized
* this and with a suit for damages in the
faee of the board the order was re-
sainded.
While the board was in executive
session, it was alleged that certain law-
yen appeared before that body and
stated that if the reward was not with-
drawn there would be "something
doing," as it was proposed to sue the
county for money paid out for rewards
whihe had not been provided by any
special fund.
GRACY'S MILL DESTROYED.
h*Severe Wind Blew Building Down and
Damaged the Machinery.
humor r reached this city Thursday
to the effect that the severe wind of
Wednesday night played havoc with
the sawmill of L. C. Gracy. near High
Springs, blowing the building down
and damaging the machinery to some
extent.
Mr. iGray Peems to be a creature of
mlefortune, as far as his mill is con-
oerned. About a year ago he loat his
mill by fire. and just as he got every-
thing working nicely the plant has
been again wrecked by wind
Parties from the High Springs dis-
treot report that the wind Wednesday
night was e ere, and that much dam.
age was done.
The Requisite of Beauty.
The firt requisite of beauty is a
clear complex so. Orino Laxative
Fruit Syrop clears a allow, blotched
complexio, as It stmulates the liver
Im bowels. sad the elee beome
bright and cear. You owe It to yoor
frIkmds to take it if your eompleoImo is
ad. Orime Laxative Fruit Syrep does
so maseee or gripe and is Is ver
pieas so take. Refos subetiotee.
J. W. MeOollum & Oompany.

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Olil at the White being Maehime
eee, M Litberty vtme. Miss Norce
wrill he gd so pioy for you or give you
s9 ldormaie ye wboh
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. eaoe. latie. Beaoee. etc.

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Begin Taking Osomntalon Today SHOOTS WIPS AND LOVER
and Your Cure Begina Today
O'Shields Claims that Victims Were Ir
Compromising Position.
lllll I a., Dtc. -Hlenry
| | || |O'Shit' t-, young while' 1fnl w II oIUS
.. be- bben eco:. Iticing a busin .n i ha 1
9 .1(3 S L]a called F':-" vy Hill, on t. ,:-'rs o
.I(W L O.rY .8`-t' -'.11a. .. t i.s -., .rnd fatal:) ',, h,.
Itsl \tall- i M.eddicnal Fo.,4 PropT- .
ties are Very Qukly Realised. wife and Mlt Emmett.
In Bringing elthy Color to the F hrt. I ,1 t out iu O'S'lI.Q "store-
Cheeks of the Pa and allow.
In Produclng strength to the Weak to hou.-e c n: a short disla:ta f'i:n hi,
the Feeble and the Invalid.
In Toninr up the system of Conval- dwelling andi t was total .r
cents from Exhbustin Dieases. in a snort tine.
In Cleansing the Kintir Bysterm.
In Nourishlng the Worrut. Af: r .., what he t 1, t sav(
In Roundt'o Out tbC Whin. Peaked his got is from the ct .i,. ration
PFaces of Chil rea.
In Billdlng up oa their Little Bodles O'S'.ilelil alleges that he \\'.n' to the
the Deslrable Pink and Whtte Flesh. and bk p his h e r fn
In Dotting their cheeks with the Pretty back prt of his house al t!, re fotl.
Color and Dimplem that make Mothe's his wife and Enmmett In a compromls
Heaut Glad.
OOHeart Oi o LW ing position. Calling a frie'tt ~1 piolnt
Is as Attldoe f serL DlGamseo CaA e b ed to the man and woman
Xipoost at cld am TWe.
To prov Medlciaal i eFood Merits a O'Shields walked ith.n t, a neigh
Trial Bottle Free by Mall bor's house and uaked, l it),:.rrw his
Will be ent on reiuet. Writ by letter pistol. One was lent hitm ; l1 ('Shleds
or postal card to returned to the house and h!,t his wift
Ozomalsion C S., 9g PIe St, Iework. an 1 Enunt tt town. Ht a, lnortall
AU Drurs st--Two sie-40son. St .a
wounded, and their death l. axl'cted
at any moment.
IN MASON'S COURT. O'Shlelds then souigt -ionw friends
and Immediatelt went to the Hal
Jack Patterson and George Middleton county jail. whel he sunrr.iltrei him
Held on Serious Charge. self lie was locked up lie says
Deputy Sheriff J. H. Granger stated he hopes both his wlfep anld nimct
to The Sun reporter Thursday that he will die. and that he ihas tno r .grets to
had made an important "haul" at doing the shooting.
High Springs, Jack Patterson and
George Middletown having been ar- Sult Filed for Block.
rested upon a charge of selling liquor Rome, Ge., Dec. 21 -A suit haa bete
in a dry county. filed for the recovery of almost an en
Offleer Granger went to High Springs tire block of property In the Ihearl ol
Wednesday. and had no trouble in lo- Rome, on whloh is locatel several
eating his men. He brought them to rmldences. and among o'hr hulldingl
this city, where they were arraigned bforter College. The i, tltioners in
before County Judge Mason. and were the suit claim an undivided Interest In
sent to jail in default of $260 eah. to this property under the will of their
await the action of the circuit court, uncle, who lived and dl!l In C;arles
spring term ton. S. C.. Mr. BDam(' S Parrar, who
Officer Granger states that he found willed In tnrut the l ron of the abovl
in theoroods near High Springs a bar- stated property which is now in course
rel containing 200 half.pints of whis- of litigation.
key, but that nobody has claimed the
same. It is believed that the whiskey Yale to Have Museum.
was the property of either Patterson New Haven, Coun l.c 21 .-Yale
or Middleton. Is to have a commercial tuaseumn This
announcement was made following the
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S. arrival of a shipment of valuable plant
and textile collections from the depart
Get the Handsome Embossed Cards at meat of agriculture The shipment
The Sun Job Office. which filled two ears Inc;udes the lm
We have some very handsome em. portent exhibits at t, l'Portland ex
boesed Christmas and New Year'scards, poslttloa tesdes addllllnntl ts from
on which we will print your name for the agri:itural d.par'.iieit! nld the
Christmas or New Year's calls. Canadian Paclfle.
They are very fine aud if you desire
them you should put in your orderear- Jews Must te Poles.
ly. Call and see samples at the count- Warsaw.i Russian Poland, e*c 21-
ing room. The Pollah Ntalonallits have come to
the decision that the Jews In Poland
Failed. must be tranrafrmed Into Poles aud
All efforts have failed to find a bet. the Nhtlonalllr therefore have issued
ter remedy for coughs. colds and lung a prowlamation lling on all lsraelites
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar. to dliontimnue raking Vii YIddiles aad
It stop. the cough, heals the lungs antd to learn the l:i-h language.
prevents serious results from a cold
J N. Patterson. Nasuha, Iowa. write.: Torlur of a Preachr.
"Last winter I had a bad cold on my 'Ihe slory of i.. torture of itev )
lun s and tried at least half a dosel lI. I.o re, pIsl.,r of Ihe laptisI church
advertised cough medwiines and hrul of lia'rwrvill,t N. Y will interest
treatment from two physicians with. y.F l aa I uNi.red agolnie,
out getting anr iHeefit. A friend rr- tiwr auue of a I,.r.inetit routh. Irault.
commended Foley's Honey and Tar inl frln the ir'. I had lo lerep sit
and two-thirds of a bottle tiured me. I tinll rp It s ed I tried nyJ nm.
consider it he greatest eounh ad lung Iedll without relief until I sitk lI
medleinein the world." J W. Me- Kin's. New lis-overy for 'ensaump-
Collom & Company. tioti, Coughs d l Colds. whish entirely
-. eaoreur my eouth and eaved me from
Held for Taking Fees. consumption A grand eure for dle.
l.'.,,. a (;i IN." ;I J.,n nR wad robdiltion of thrues and lengs.
,oi, ," .nir+'v i,',rvyor of ('arrltln At all drugllti ; prices e and 1i 0,.
a,."' ', n arrst(d anil aIriollh guaranteed Tral botlles free.
hr.; !.S l'rt l t .<* ,* **,'' :, -I' inen
st.a: ', ** <*.*...,'**e. -f r-*.lIstnl and Alte-:r **d suicrlde.
r :nlnr '1 aII' f,-,' It, rP nl, 1 ,n e*** T" ro ,.r. ,- a I., .' T"' 'r'e
i' a., c sn I pIre'Im:nary hearing. r. -. .r," -.,**lmS tr a, ..m:la
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Ab strare of Title and full iisformallon furalsbed ren rding ladie i tli
county. Oar mnaer has lived In this eounir hily yesn Mu
ts thoroughly onversans with kLud tlI,

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.I=:r ,..." Q-FiB C ." ,r .BER 22,1905

TIB B iaTWB: ftAClBfl FLOllt)A DECEMBEB 22, 1905


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DAILY TWO MORE BILLS.

SsUt Congressman Clark of this district i
Salive to the interests of his eonstit
Basered at bte pot Omee t OtaeevtUlle.il..i nents, as will be Phcwn by the mesa
ui seoood-slasItIl Omater. urps he Is introducing in the Hoosi
That are of material 4ntereot tb the
if. H. 1' CRKAKY Edt..Blor and Puhllrhe.
WW. EY ....... wl ateor. people of not only this county, bu
W. W. ASHLEY..... .. Aiss ir(e Elltor.
every county of F orida and the United
JgSSEE. BURTZ..........ty vitorl. Stats where they have local prohi
LOUIS J. BRUNIY. c.en'l Traiw;lnc Ar ent, bition.
We- publish the two bills in full that
F. M. PREWTTT..... sut. Crom noinr Rooms. the people may fully understand i them
OPPFFICE: I'(RTE BLOCK. "A BILL to require internal revenue
asW. Main Street, S. r Ti.LLEPir 43-2 collector to ftrnish clerks of State
i courts with list. of all persons, firmi
TEa DAILY thN, 1ublilisheti c\try morning ex.
ept Monday, ddliv,'rv l y carrier in the city, or and corporations within their re
mailed toany part of thi. t s'ited tattoo postage spective districts who lave paid
ree, or j a ytar., Ij %. ( n months; ft 25 three steciuil tRIas as wholesale r retial
mooths;,or eont,- t, r tNe weekst--trictly in dealers in spirituous. vinos or malt
advance. liors
liquors:
Realdinui atsil- I' lci ~lia umtn i(.tnnt a line "Be it enacted by the Senate and
forfirt i i, ertionl. anl l ento for each additional JHoue of Representatives of the
tlserttoi. United States of America in Congress
Rate fwr lip|l.iay advertising made known on
pplicatiot.. assembled, That from and after the
passage of this Act it shall be the duty
The TwicT -a-WVtek ciui) is a eight-p(ige, forty- of each and every internal revenue
column paper, publlished every Monday and colle-tor of the United States, with.
Thburday, and contains all the news of the
week, local, State and general, and will be in ten days after the end of each
mailed, postage free, to any part of the I'nited month, to furnish to each and every
tateuor Canada, for g.ooa year-in advance. clerk of a State court of record within
hi collectioon district. ander the seal
All advertising bills become due after brt his r e
appearance of advertisement. unless otherwise of his oflce, a co.nplete list of all per-
dtilated in contract. Parties not known tous sons, firms and corporations that
wl be required to iNy for advertising load- have, within the preceding month, paid
waRe. Address, THE DAILY tNU, a spe.Ial tax as wholesale or retail deal-
OGAN IaVia., PLA,.
___________ _ FLA._ era ini spirltuoup, vinous, or malt li.
quors. giving in osuh list the correct
The boys' reform school for the Dir postolMee address of each of such per.
triet of Oolumbia hias been destroyed sons, firmo and corporations.
by fire. If the men's school Is nltact we "See. 2. That all laws and parts of
should be thankful. laws In conflict with the provisions
:--- -- hereof be, rIau the same are hereby,
The many improvements that will be repealed."
made In Gainesville the coming year he next meansre, which the people
will do much to advance the city alonl o Gainesville will appreciate, is In re.
with the other progressive towns in grqi tooour public building and in this
Florida. _r. Clark should have the careful sop.
portof every mano n the county, and
The Rusilans are not doing much it stoold be giaen with a sest that will
better fighting with the peasants than betoken no oanertale poad.
they did with the Japanese. When we The Jl o prosnuM to the House Is
some to think of it, we guess the Jape here prAtedt and there is ned of Con.
didn't havemuch to do grreosno Olark belag in possession of
all the Nlo and figure showing the
If anybody should ask you who is nceessity of the expenditure of sev-
Bepresentative in Congress from this enty.flve 4hdltead dollars on the pub.
district, just tell them It is HoD. lie buidlng lo be erweted here:
frank Clark, a statesman worthy "A BILL to noeresaerhe limit of oowt
the esteem of every voter in the of a public building at the city of
State. __ (talneille. In the State of Florida,
and to aethorise the erection and
The southeast storm of Wednesday completion of uch buildlnl:
did not alfft this section to any ex. "Be it enacted by the Beaate and
tet. except with a brisk wind of an House of Reprsentatives of the
boar's duration and a warm rain. We United tte tes of America in Congress
eertanlly have bees very fortunate assembled, That to enable the SBere.
dorlo the year. tary of the Treasury of the United
States to give effect to and execute the
On January let ist expected that provisions of esleting legislation an-
more than a hundred thousand print, thorliing the erection of a public
re will go on a strike throughout the building at the city of Gainesville, in
United States for an eight-hour day. the State of Floria, for poetoflee,
If you don't want to be out of station, land office and other purposes, the
cry in your buh ness send your order to limit of eost heretofore fixed by Con-
The Sun at once. greas therefore be, and the same is here.
by, increased to seventy-five thousand
The governor of Wisonsin will re. dollars, and the Secretary of the
si|g January e I Lieutenant-Govern. Treasury is hereby authorlsed to n-.
or James E aDvieo ) finish the ter into contracts for the erection and
term and it is qu certain he will completion of said building within the
have another o1. Mr. Davison s a limit of coet herein and hereby fled.
man of the people' and is as highly "'teo. That all laws and parts of
thought of as his predecessor. laws in conlict herewith are hereby
.*-. ......-. repealed." ________
What we need now isa re ort nearby TIMELY SUGGESTION.
where our people san go for a few ____
weeks in ouni.r to roupert. aNew The con.titutiloniltty of the Buck.
Ban's Lake coull l made the most marn It.li-which established the va.
delightful spot in central l Florida. rious slstered tate educational ino
It it a beautiful sheet of water and stitutions an crested two new one--
surrounded by delightful wrosd, and has i,,n attirined by the supreme
high banks \\ ho will improve the \curt of the tate. which is no doubt
opportunity? sound law aB we'll as good policy. It
ai better for a .stte to combine is re-
The Senate has confirmed the fl- sources into the mot effective forn in
lowing Florlda Federal appointments, the matter of referringg the higher
Receiver land orfee. '(ainevillle. IH.(. education upon ite young eltisean. It
ry H. ('hubb;, Register land ofice is now the duty 6f the Legrisature to
Ivalnesvltle, Waltser tl Robinson Phat. ,,akie Itbertl laplroprtitsnns for the
mater. Hettle It Spen'er. Iade support of the ,tale I'nrrersity and of
City. Andrew Grern. Areadia; iteore the I C Crom, 0cala. Mere Chutt anl) money to the best advantage It is
Robinson of thelbitly have wn thre e t.ne Florida was aeeuming an edem.-


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lte of our people as well as ttIe etv tonat rank at Ieast equal to that of
tire State for the able manner In whiih ........ ..... .... ... .-


they have c-asdwetd the affairs of I
teitr ofce an univerul couirtwey r z-
tended it) all at Ptose.

('hauncey ~I 4 bep is a drptcs.r
im sereuty-tourr = rios$ James
H. Hyde, formerly vAe.r0ett GrI'Ii
Owe Rquitable Life Asaaamnove smoee,.
Imaal,.es"oe in to. orty dilerent
eeqpWOMS eeUeerg. I. akeor p
madofberift sNatieoal talr1. isI
Iftyostr efpaItiOLO .te I jaos'
StailmamU, ". peeeh t ofh b Ne IIII
City Bask, is Is. 11Ift-rglit 'Crors.
ta,&s William Ita roekller. bnnhe r A
JoLS it kesh letr. 14 i ury dereu
ea o"oeoUe tieikPr J t'iould,
t os f,;rt-lee *seep ao u4 d hiI
edme, r.Frak mi 'a i bs


otroug \-oonit in owner -vat"-II~


Hew's ThiNO
Wooffersr~s Hundrwd [' art e.
wtied for any caem of et arrh ivat @4.
not t* oureby ail's Catarrh Care.
F J. C-(' t tA01 TolI4do. 0.
W the un4.tetiishd, ae eu.-w:v F
J 'hcacy for the las iageIan. end be
,*eTV him perteill hosoftble a all
buieieare treek~eliine sMid BUaaaeia1
able to atryg oat &by obligsaoe "made
by his Arem
WhADOO. CUICAr & UAMIC
% oweuale L)t bal ?,Uwo. t
flialis&a.g.,v Crei w ake. iSlter.
tokd q b"Aad dirwoup the big
%od mtvatss "Oras etmeesWSG
I Vat wo40a661 Otes. Ph.. the p
Settle. Obwb all
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A POOR POLICY.
The step taken by some of the
Southern railroads to draw people
living along their lines to Tex-
as and Oklahoma seems to be a
poor volley and those who are thus led
to these Southwes'ern States should
frlt iavrtigate the advantages offered
and the advancement being' made in
the Sootheastern States before making
a permanent move.
There can be no better opportunities
in the West than we offer in Florida in
the way of farming lands Iad the di-
versity of crops gives the tiller 4f the
*sll ample range to raise almost any-
thing he might desire. The vegetables
grown here will compare in flavor and
quality with any grown in the United
States and the prices for land are
much tblow those ini the Far West.
The only mistake the farmers have
ever made is the planting of inferior
seed, the sole object of some being to
get a vegetable that he can put on the
market early to get the first chance, no
matter what the quality might be.
By acarefulcompaIison of the two
seotione-Florida anI the Southwest-
era States-it will be noticed that the
climate of Florida a far preferable.
The cyclone does o)t cause any alarm
or destruction; we are not annoyed by
drouths and soouriesl of insects to
create havoc with crops. During the


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warm summer day we are blessed .w.h...Ifor. is. Bttle a----
with showers that Are so regular that d | t Redy for Chldre. Evry Bottle Guarat*.
they seem timed by the Sopreme Ruler r TMI elas e# a 5 e e 0 1.-.
of the Univerfe for our special benefit, LALARD SNOW INI NT CO., ST.LOUIS, NO
and sand-storms are riot here to annoy
us. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
The husbandman can put forth and w M.:JOI NSO1T, G-alnesvi lle.
harvest his crops with less effort than
those in portions of the country not so
favored and when all things are con- /d ,d,1.d J I IS
sidered we see no reason why anyone I
should leave the mist delightful -!li.
mate in the country to locate where
eoad-storss, cyelorne and other pests Y u Are insured.
annoy.
If you with to live in the most de.
lightful llimat e oo te o Florida. u a Company that is Rerpostble, Hare a Policy Correctly
t Written With Liberality of 'uolicl Ciutract and the Company
BUCKMAN BILL UPHELD. Pays Losses 'rmtly

The supreme corn hhs declared the, A A
Buckman bill to te constitutional. Y U re Assured
Now will IAke City te good? shake.
Brother MoCreary.--he Levy Times- 0 That no serious lose can overcome you without you hare some
Iemoerat. refuge.

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PIM PL ES )Fire, Liet A ciden i and H eal lu ran ce
I r*Is4 aW1 or f ,41. w ieb h A Noce but Reliable Companies Kepresented.
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M.ie a* *1*3 **U HM A N,
in0oric. eeNbf, i,. Xl BaE. Nw V. J.
mIa Nw N J. Information cheerfully furnished. GAINE>VILLE. FLORIDA V


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S" WhiskiesWines, Beer and Malt..
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*Sm5.i g rT o4. fed. EXPRESS PREPAID.
"ra n (mm*a .agbet c~p e Fu;; QI. Y Meraure. *Qt S eQu I
ftew" ReIIe Co., C I* w*.Y HuntI Club HC e 9 FA N '
knen rnC(unir Ste IRTC 2
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troubles and chronic co
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natural action of the stoa. o. W. u ru. VYI-Pre"ide
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLIE FLORIDA, DECEMBER 22, 1905 5


FS fROMAL PSORISIS

PARTS OF FLORIDA
AM Hr7 UA


f Happenings From Various
Sections of State.

E MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

iapiring in "The Land of Flowers."
inga "Boiled Down" to Suit the
usy Reader-Items of Interest to
I Classes.
The Jacksonville Elks will farnish a
Christmas dinner for the pocr of that
Oity.
An automobile road from Daytona to
DeLand will be built in the near fu.
tare.
Mr. and Mrs. Sumter L. Lowry of
Tampa celebrated their crystal wed.
ding December 18th.
The Jensen school is talking of add-'
lg a gymnasium, so that the pupils
ean develop their muscles.
Bathing in the St. Lucie river at
Start is a daily pastime, notwith-
standing it is near Christmas time.
Democrats and Republicans united
ona city ticket at Leesburg and W.
H. Howell was nominated for mayor,
Hon. 8. M. Sparkman will defend
the Wilder boys. charged with mur-
dor, during his holiday vacation from
Washington.
J. C. Luning, one of Lee*burg's
prominent business men. has accepted
a position in the office of the Commis-
aioner of Agriculture at Tallahauee.
A delegation from the Tampa Board
of Trade will attend the National
River and Harbor Congress, to be held
ia Washington, D (C., beginning Jan-
uary 15, 1906.
At the city.electirn held in Starke
on Tuesday, A. V. Long was re-elect.
ed mayor and the o'd council was
again chosen, except J. l. S trunk, a
newly elected member.


nilIU LULLIVIf


Milk Crust, Tetter, Ringworm, and
Called Head, and Every Form of
Torturing, Disfiguring Humors
from Infancy to Age.


CURED BY THE
CUTICURA REMEDIES

The agonizing itching and burning
of the skin, as in eczema; the fright-
ful scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss
of hair and crusting of the scalp, as
in called head; the facial dist)gure.
ment, as in pimples and ringworm;
the awful suffering of infants, andl
anxiety of worn-out parents, as in
milk crust, tetter, and salt rhleutn-
all demand a remedy of almost super-
human virtues to successfully cope
with them. That Cuticura Soap,
Ointment, and Pills arc such stan d
proven beyond all doubt. No state-
ment is made regarding thlut that is
not justified by the strongest evidence.
The purity and sweetness, the power
to afford immediate relief, the cer-
tainty of speedy and petrmiancnt cure,
the absolute safety and great economy
have made them the standard skin
cures and humour remedies of the
civilized world.


CAPT. GRAHAM'S CURE
Of Distressing Humour.
Captain W. S. Graham. 1321 Eoff
St., Wheeling, W. Va., writing under
date of June 14, 'o4, says: I am so
grateful I want to thank God that a
friend recommended Cuticura Soap
and Ointment to me. I suffered for a
long time with sores on my face and
back. Some doctors said I had blood
oison, and others that I had barbers'
Itch. None of them did me any good,
but they all took my money. My
friends tell me my skin now looks as
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A party of Congressmen will take a clear as a baby's, and I tell them
Ctp dn te Ce rr f uticura Soap and Ointment did it."
trip down the Chattahooche river from cierspow.M., nd ii. are IN,. ,hrolwhol
Oolumbus, (a., to Apalachicola in h_'r u,""i","'rC H.ft i ... 'r" *L t
January, to take notes of the condition ---.
of the stream regarding navigation. Pensacola for the murder of Leon
In the circuit court at Kismlmmee Hicks. He was in a small boat with
last week J A. Barber was found Hicks and got a dollar from him, after
guilty ofassault with intent to mur. whieh'he knocked him overtoard and
der T. A. HuRhey, about 18 months struck Hieks with an oar when he tried
ago, and sent up for five years. to get in the boat again. The btdy of(
The creditors of the First National Hicks was recovered after several
Bank of Jacksonville, which suspend. days
ed about three years ago. are to get .Mrs Dora Snggs was brutally mur.
another 10per cent dividend, which dered near Miami on Monday even-
will come in very niep as a Christtmas in, wh'le on her way to her home near
ift. Cocoanut (irove. he was driving a
The mayor of Jackain\ ille has order- mule to a light wagon anid mst have
ed the police of I at city to put a stop ht*en dragged from the vehicle and
to the firing of Rons and cannon racek- taken to the wuod,. where he-r dead
era on the streets Ch(rinaas( day Canes bdy was four.d in a hrritly muti.
and toy pistols with csap are a'so in- lated condition. The people of that
eluded. section are scouring the woods for the
The West Palm I:each New (Christ. murderer.
masnumber was a very neat and tasty Christmas Holiday Rates.
one and was foll of good reading mas- he Atla,.ic Cast Line, to gre ...
tr. A big bundle of paper with r:oth- opportunity to ist their
grJ one an opportunily to visit their
Iarg north readingin it 14 not tyl-f tomes and friends, will sell tickets e.
The News. ce,-t of the Chritmas holidays be-
The Winter Garden band has recrir-, twen i all points at one and ,ne-third
ed Its new instruments and will corn- fares slii twenty.fve (15 cents for
meneD to practice in a few days. In the rind trip The* tickets will be
the meantime the residents are plan-o o,,, l ,.mtw..eirr .d. 23.d. 241t1, 2hth,


aing for a few weeks' vacation 'int.1 tt.h
sounds get toned down.
The St. Lucie Tribone and rie Fort
Pierce News are two hustling ipalper
aad if oe gets ahead of the other on
booming the town there is something
doiag the next week But they tIoth
gree that Si Loeie is the best e ,aoty
la the State.
Prof. F. P. Ensminger of W\,n-r
Park, who has for some time bIeen pr.-
feesor of mathematics at Rollios ('o--
lopt, rha rsigord and wl;l go to, Tam-
a to eondaet a minsoo under the tu-
pIrveiolo of the Congregational church
ia West Tmps
Thomas Grce. colored, hais been
gultyI of wmrder o the first degree at


M9N ARC POWERaLE


:' t ilt ar'l January let. final itmn t
of a Ilaw.ary 4th
F'.r .t d. r,. and Itachl re thece same
raItes ,& ll'1y witlh thr e pi5ption
that the-y *i. ,. rn sale ,'-certwrn
l:"h th t 24tt it'".u ie'. rr.* s tiekeis
w, iri y r. *uld l t students upon pre.
enrtation iof a e0rt flcate signed by the
prin,'ipals A4d a rcidents of the* vars
oJI irsm tit til o,'
A Il (,f it., o *.) ,hare da'Jihters
cminl her.r hr;setmrMo should call on
WilaRnt v ('Iaf-it iu aget.t, i rf wrtte
Frank C(' ICyleton, Istriet 'ass nger
Agent Jsakeronvil'. I'e
If the Baby ia Cutting Teeth
P.* sore and ue that old and well-
tried remedy Mr. Wa slo.w's Soo h-
tIag yrup. fur ehidren teethiag. I
aoee he the chld. *ofteas the eomB,
allmle all Ma1 n ma e re rLai AVll ra itI


To pt A fs sbmw raM vsemT% *" 1 U'Y all Pal'o.V -- Fa'- -
st Ub as sI.-Udwes COGO ae bees remedy tot d &rrbmo Taws.
Tq tres nrtretr-iff. and T,:',te 11.5wr. p- : sense a sp-ti.
Wuh rwia"t. "r QTig oe whi1 a aip%'
stwe form ws il peospf te :ia- I-., n!mg;
wagr fYr.T (b. Thec to pr*VOC 'h *Av Gg e
TV4 0 cscas t aw'-wesh a sae. WaI" T s am$ ere iav u-4l b I cal *wp~cfta
mw% lslout bsve-c a riht us4pwvfarbf- tb# dry i'ooU More CC p
b e1f th four4semal m eaaue Oftf"
we"&ci. ty '4. today.
TI muM hi': ttu hbi r'rk-l ls
45 n yI MadebIn 6 that Tqsv fftift
= 00 h N7 ow" to rlo tait r ti- %"te' MW Ps M 9he 9644s
Ly e r~ene bt 5), r~r bmrlt"V b~b u5 leesw.e
bw s C66M t t rmue b116v &h. W-essrd ;.A as obm
sw05 cad keeuty
fm CS tu th"' p t- preaeasi3Mi s dease "be e~n pb
abl w I S I pibas oc Whoa your bese teossbwe
~~ aso Te Savw*& c.('a ein thatway was.. Mrbse Ow a
Now* sh SWAN W. IL 5hmmiV


GUILTY VERDICT FOR CRAWFORD

Pal of Machen and Lorenre Is Con.
evicted In Washington.
Washington. Dec. 21 l '1.,t ry in
the case of William G. C: .,' a\r. 'he
fornmr Il!puty auditor for ,, ;>>st
office department, who wt., I: .. '( I1 o)n
a charge of consplracy alli> .\ittuLt
W. Machtn and George 1: 1.':n.-17 to
defraud tae United States i i o'lnt'c
tlon wptii a contract for so,;, \ .nt he
postoflc1.' department with :r..'r ear
riders' satchells, have rntiin:ril a vetr-
diet of guil[ry. The Jur\ it founli
Crawforid guilty On an !.::l .nitnt
charting him with presr'.::;g fn!se
vouchers for furnshinr
tra;ps for carriers' snc ,. Notce
was Inmminilately given bI, f. liant'i
i4tunslel that application % "I ' it, :a .lo
for a new trial, pending %\\' .i Craw-
ford was released on $10' !ball


Coughing Spell Caused Dcath
"larry Duckwell, ageI .') y-,ars,
choked to death early yesterdIay tmorn-
ing as his home in the pres,, n i. of hi
wife and child, Ht conitra'ir-dl a light
cold a few days ago and 1,si Ilut little
attention to it. Yestilrda) i.-'riiiti
he was rseit d with a it itf -ii ha!lllii
which coltiinued for soiOn t I 1' H i
wife s en for a physician, 1 it it, fTire
ho cold arrive ianotih.r ,iiighlili
spell came on and Duckwell ildrl from
nIflTfoation.-St. Louis i;,111. )h11imn,-
cral. 1,comnber let. 19i)l I'Po2itrd's
Horeholind Syrup woull 'i\%l' rinvd
him 25c, 50o and $1. Soi, ly W. 1I
Johtnson.
Killed by a Fa'l.
Atlanta. Ir. 21- \\'il',. i.n;l on
th, r, if of tiel oll tr I Frank
.hlnti.-on a hrildgenan, f, .A Itftance
of 4, feet a;n,1 half an h ir liter iq
.lh'eil frnu hi, Injure.. at the ( Ii; ly
ho>p)ital .lo)hnson vais one of s(,evfrjl
ni-r who were working ,ln tbe ,o11 dle.
pot andl iau was up In '!ie to r rivet-
Inig tH '4 .l ilrder. 1it : .i ',.! ainaln t
a lrl'Ter which had not l.ern securely
falti ne l an It lave a>) Thi iaust.di
him to lose his balance' anil he fell
through a hole on hie h.:l 11h' wai
conscious for a few minutelt4 after '.itls
fall and he hbegted tho-- n(,ar him not
to tell his another that he : an hurt


LaGrippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe,
but never follows the ue tIf Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cures lagrippe.
enighs and prefests poneumoni andal
consumption. Ask for VFloy's II y
atid Tar and refuse any subtitutite
feared. Mr. (i. Vaher. 167 4slrtd
street, Chicaeo. writes: "My wif* hiad
a serere case of lagrippl. three year
ago and Ii left h'r with a lerrthie
cough. She tried a bottle of solelyly
HIon'y and Tar ai.d it gavt immediate
relief. A t.O-ut little cured her eoigh
entirely." Refoi u- lbsetiti'. J. Wt
McCollum & ('Cirnlny.
Shot by Car Th sf.
(':; "anr ,'t,. |I. n I kbe' .1 A :.,
S'a: *' '..,' N ,ws' Irom Tucker ?tjprin(
Tr.n a). that Ih V H}'lu:,',r) w ral'
roil t !,gral! h or,'alor. wai shot ar.-l
ha i, ) >y ttiiir 'al Ii a filht mlth a (ar
thlt f 1e 0 as asm lsting (' \iceh who sht, at the tilef. a negro
elih' times thA 'bthlf mptylnl five
chanil,er nf a heary calibre revolver
I in,*:ry *i.s st ; In the kneecap hit,
hi not ft:i'al:y 'nn ,i'e |


Furious Fighting.
"for seI n yearS,. writes ()Ot, W
Hoffman of llari-r. Wash I had a
bitter battle with -hronte stomscer andi
liver trouble, tit at ls 1 *iIo,.anslid
cured rmy di.rease by the use of Elfe.
trie IlittI rs I ~'. hiltatlngly reooim.
mend them to al:. and doe't sirted In
the future to I., without them itn tce
hoos* They ,at e-rtial a wiondr-
fol mUdeelne. to, ,sae sured sueh a t**4
ea M0iea i old oader lusero.
1t* to do the earnr foryou. by a'Idrl.-
giste as toe a buot e. Try them today.


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THIE AILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 22, 190r


SOR STROUSE IS

MAKING B16 SUCCESS

(Continued from second Page).

S from the bank of humanity before and
the smaller one behind the speaker,
S and he appended: "May God ionviet
some man tonight and save some home
from a drunken Santa Claus.
"I am pleading now," Dr. 8tronse
oontined, after a breathing space, "for
the wife at home, trying to make both
onds meet, fighting the wolf away from
the door, all the time while taking
sare of those little children, while out
in some gin mill the houband eI spend.
ltg blh hard.earned money. May the
good (od forgive that man tonight and
If he has any love left Il him revivify
It; if he has any heart Iakes It to a
realization of his awful derediction,
aye, his erime !"
Throughout the big aodltorium men
and women, matured and youthful,
were profoundly moved. Nothing re-
sembling agilation marked the tones
of the revivalist; it was Just a be eall-
ed It, pleadlIn, with his heart in every
word, Yet In the very moderateness
there seemed a silent aeusation and
here and there in the audience a man
stirred retively as if eooselence as well
as emotion had stopped the speaker's
arrows.
"You've heard the old saying," Dr.
Strooue proceeded, "'If you let whis-
key alone, it will let you alone.' Well,
It's a lie," be erled, and palated with
patbetio vividnes a pletore of the
mother who knew not the taste, of II-
qoor, yet whose idolised son, a prey to
Its faselnation, finally staggre home,
dased from exe*es of Indulgenee, and
falls senseless at her feet.
"Has It let her aloee?" he asked ln-
tensely. "Oh, God, answer the quest.
ioo, has that son sinned only against
himself? Hav the t wage of sin been
paid only to him and not to her?"
There was the wife whose drunken
husband's cruelty and neglect were
thrusting daggle through her heart.
"And I'm talking to some man here
tonight," the evangelist pursued;
"some man whom hbl neighbor does
not seoapeion, yet who hasn't $or
months said a kind word to the little
woman he leave at home while he Is
out at some show or In some saloon."
It seemed from behind the footlights
as If more than one male component of
that vart gathering squlrmed in his
seat a the speaker supplemented, "I
say that onles there is something of a
resurretion In that nmo there will be
an awful and a terrible consequence
for him to face iu the other world."
Revrrting to the wife whose husband
S had beel reelaimed. Dr ,Strouse allud-
ed to her sending him word of her
gratitude, of her telling the tale of a
household born anew to happiness, and
added earnestly, "That single letter in
ks signifleanee paid me salary enough
to preach the remainder of my life "
"Every bead of the shining liquor is an
eye of a serpent," said the evangelist,
in o*eaking of the time when men
would flud themselves unable to turn
away. "And lo every glass there is a
fang "
The hablil, he continued, had put its
vletlmi olle. p. some of them being
aroused i1 timnt, some awakening
when it was tioo ate. Incidental to
this, he gave a gralhie narrative of anl
reglier *lunmbring at his throttle
whdil the inoniter loc)motive and the
train It hauled dairhd at silly miles
an hour toward a yawningl hasm,
which a euvert spanerdl unitl washed
away by a cloudluirst. A. he started
the reelial there weorr eiurade disturh-
anierri eted by pro(lir gtrllnl Up lu go
out. but maty ot the lurniied i the
aisles aid wait.d, o*plitliuuid, like the
rst ofl he auidiirelc, ti hear the cit.
insa i was the hurlinm ,f a lantern
tIhough the ca', window, the awakerr
hig of the sleepy dni'er and the sltop-
ag ofl Ihe ngine twenty free from
the brink of the abyl*


"I be you ill the voi.'l o! the kt,'"
the sllaker pleaded, "to waken before
it to ls a Ila "
Here it'- rVusoaiiet twieg hia enhor-
aUtlas as ithe niallitudre nt pit and
alltry flltr.d his bjuiancion to tl bw
is prJoer %I the same tim* he rallied
as Mr. Maiwirt to silg lits hoars,.
Da amed sla* ry nute pastful eiast.
be e welata it bravely -the oppl%*
teali wO too fi* to mes before t#
b4l -to lgs hi dd little pledling
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el by
W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist,
Ualamvtle, Florida.

MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED

shot up all over the auditorium and
gallery.
"God bless yon, I knew it," cried the
singer, and went ou to tell of the
mother he had lost when he was four
years old--ie whom he was going to
meet in eternity.
Those who had not been moved to
quivering lips and Insistent tears by
the evangelist were in that otele when
the reminiscence ended, and the tenor
started to sing, "Shall I Meet My
Sainted Mother In Her Home Beyond
The Sky?"
The solo over the strains of "Almost
Persuaded," hardly more than hum-
med, eame softly from the ehoir while
Dr. Strouse continued his Importuni.
ties to hesitating sinners. His call for
those who wanted to be prayed for
brought numerous responses. In every
part of the theatre a hand went up-
soetilmes a man's, sometimes a wo*
man's-and clergymen and worker lot
active in approaching thee penitents.
Some jumped from the stage and Join-
ed the forest on the floor.
One eonspleoous Instance of conver-
sion was that of an unshaven man, dis.
hevelled of garb and eloquent of the
lodging bouse. He was one of the first
to raise his hand, and he tiptoed to get
as high a possible. At each soliaita.
tlion he stuek it up as prominently as
he oould, and soon a Christian worker
was as his side. A card was handed
him, and In his eagerness he fairly
grabbed it. He wrote his name and
paused it back. A more unpromising
,ubjeet eldom happens into a revival
service. but this repentant one was
ooen sinting when the crowd caught
up the bhorus of the familiar hymn.
Later men stood up and acknowl-
edged their determination to lead a
Godly life. So. too, did women openly
avow their conversion, and deeply ag.
Itated, most all gave way to weeping
htfore they left the plaee with the
subsequent exodus.
When the benediction had been pro.
nounced by the Rev. Dr. James 1.
Vanee of the North Reform Ohureh.
Evangelist Obarles Oullen Smith col.
leeted the deesion o yards that had
beii signed, while ohe crowd slowly
worked Its way through the clits.


CASTOR IA
nt LI a MI hirw L h

M K the


Low Rates to New Orleans and Return
Via Attlntk Coels Line.
Tl' Atlantic oest Line asinomnee
that it will sell tieket from all polite
on its line to New Orleans, IA., and
return oA ltuembr 17, r. ,W. Il0, at
the rate of oue flrt-elasI fare, paies
seats for the road trip. Final limit
of all tickete will be Jaouary 8th, 11N&
prior to midnight of which passeeer
m-at reh or'ieI etalll-g point. For
further intoemrtict ee Atlaetie Ooast
Line aeotsr wri Frak 0. leyte
tes.OU's FMssin Agent Jack-
Seasille, Fa.

Doste' Cesid Net Hp Her.
I bed kidyu tremibt for yeare,"
write Mrs. Raymead Cooner of Shel-
om. WaIs. Ilte dueto els'i in
help me. I trted Fetley' 0idney Oe
and the vee mls dee oave me aelef
ael em e rased. e. I fme.ls te
rimeek I,, ldh' KeYw Cae." It


Hew .mnj I.this gree Crowd mo e dbi kYmeie com s
asked, "Nemoiber their mothert aSb 618 M Iihk
pray logk&0" 4160.
hImau an hedrd of ~ haedo Oe.


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*ig Lose by Fire.
Pittolmir. IXr 21.-A fire early to
day almost totally destroyed the
Standard block (,tant avenue. Du
Quene. Pa. causing a loss of $50,000
Mrs. Sale I,elell, a telephone opera
ator. was partially suffocated by the
emoke and was carried from the burn
tag building unconsclous The Are Is
supposed to have been of loceedlary
origin.
Washington Il Vlsited by Fire.
WWablhnton. Dec. 21.--Wauilagtov
parly this morhiin was vlsiteJ by twc
re, entailllng an approximate loss
of S10O.O0) At one of tbem Itor weo
men were rented, being carried dnwe
ladders by I.uteInant P"llvaa. of a
truck company, and Pollemoaa 8am
son When found, the women were
partially overcome by the smoke.

Will Martin. Negre Arrested.
Athens. (i. Iec 1.--WIll Martla.
the negro wo soot Stump Oralab. a
aegro man. Ia EFst Athens a few alghte
ago, bs been arrted.
Cured PreIvyst.
W. F Bally, P. 0. True. Texas,
write: "My wife had bees alferiag
veo years with paralystl is her arm.
whea I wa persuaded to one Btlldd's
SBow Linimeat, whisl eured her al-
righ I hav alle seed it for old
oewa, froetblite d sh lki eroepo.
It do a te work." Sold by W. M.
Ishai.


Take The Atlantic Coast Line


l entesced te Deatth.
Coustantlnople, Dec. 21.-Te Bet
gian legation has demanded that Ed-
ward Jorts be handed over to the Bel-
gian consular authoritlee for trial In
accordance with the treaty of 1821.
The porte objects to this, and trou-
ble is anticipated. Joris In a Bel-
gian subject, who, with three others,
is charged with participation In the
attempt to assasslnate the aultAn last
July, an. who were sentenced to death
Dec. 18th by a naval court.

Railroad Union to trike.
Alemndrov, Rumila. Poland, Dec. 20
-A messaaa received he from War-
saw today says the president of the
Warsaw railroad union has ben ar-
rested, and that the union conequent.
ly hua decided to order the employes
of the Vistula railroads to begin a
strike on Fday. Advicea frem Ble-
lotok. Russian Poland, say the re-
cruits there are planning an anti-Jew-
ish break.
Deadly Work by Highwaymen.
El Puo, Tex., Dec. 21.-Two men.
named Butherford and Murray, both
from Philadelphia, have been killed by
ellghwarmen on a ranch at DIax, a
small settlement In Cabhuahua, Mex.
A man named Finstead, of Los An-
gplea, and another man known as
"ibtorty." were wounded. The robbers
escaped. No details of the fight have
been received.

Report Not Confirmed.
New York, Dec. 21-Private dispatch-
e received In Wall street from St.
Paul yesterday say that the neotia-
tion to rthe purchase by the United
States Steel corporation of the ore
lands of the Great Northern railroad
in Minnesota, had completed. No con-
firmation of the report could be ob-
uaned here.

Killed by Falling late.
Knoxville, Tenn., Dec. 31.-A special
to the GentUnel from Mddleeboro, Ky.,
says that James Chadwiok, a mlaer,
was killed by falling slate this morning
at the Forkey RiJge coal mines, near
here. Sam Lamar, a miner who was
injured In an explosion at Wlona
mines Friday. died last niglt.

In Mad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chase after
health, from one extreme of faddism
to another, when, if they could only
e good food, and keep their bowels
r alar with Dr. King's New Life Pills,
t eir troubles woold all pars away.
Prompt relief and quick Core for liver
and stomach trouble. 25' at all drug
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Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantie OCm
Line- also via Atlantie oast Line and Soathern Railway.
For complete information, call on
J. A. OOODWIN. Ticket Agent, Ollneasvlle.
Address:
FRANK 0. BOYL8TON, Dis. Pass. Ags., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pas. AgS,
1N W. Bay st., Astor Bnilding, Jaksonville, Fla.
H. M. EMERSON, Trif. Mgr., W. J ORAIG, Oen. Pa. Ag.,
Wilmihkgton. 1. C. Wilmington, N. 0.


Reoerd Price for Exchange Seat.
New York, Dec. 21--- seat on the
Stock Bchange was sold today for
$*0,)00--4he highest price on record.

Tom NH i'a Test.
The following story is one which
Tom Hood was rather food of relating.
He was once asked to contribute to a
new journal, not exactly gratuitously,
but at a snmall advance upon nothing.
He accepted the terms conditionally-
that is to say, provided the principle
could be properly carried out.
Accordingly he wrote to his butcher.
baker and other tradlesmen, Informing
them that It wan uecessary for the
sake of cheap literature and the Inter-
est of the reading public that they
should in future furnish him with their
several commodities at a trifling per-
centage alove cost price.
It will be ufltlent to quote the Iln-
swer of the butcher:
Bir-Respecting your note, cheap Iltera-
ter be showed: Butchers must live as
other pepel, and if so be you or the rt.ed-
In' public wants to have meat at prime
cost you must buy your own beast'cnts
and kill yourselves. I remain, etc .
o JEM BTUKkS.


-Ioildon Htiindardl.


City Directory For Sale.
We have a number of copies of
Burts'City Directory for sale at The
Sun offee. It is a handy reference
book fur business and professional
men, giving the name of residents,
with street and number. Price, $2.

TiLe
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Every


WE


OAK sad
WOODU PINE
Sawed and split, all lengths and sess.
WOOD OF BEST QUALITY and
guaranteed satisfaction wilh every or-
der. When you are in want of STOVE
WOOD please give me a call. Every
facility for sawing, splitting and deo
livering wood promptly.
I SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
E. C. JONES,
Proprietor Wood Yard, Corner Uni-
versity and Muonic dSreets, Gainee
ville, Florida.



Keep Your Head Clear

And our stomach free from Inddiee
tlon Ift ou would be happy with your
family and your feolw-iman.
The kureat thing on earth to get a man's mry-
tem 'out of back" tn heavy. soirr bread.
which lcaubed by severalreraons: FhSt, the
material may not be aood. second. the cook-
Ing mai be Ior. The best flour In tbe world
will make the healeIt bread If Impropoert
mixed or cooked VW USE THE BEST
F I-IA 'R a u ,our "long sult" Is knowing how to
Slx alnd Ibake It. Our bread does not cost sY
more than home-made. and In many Instanoee
It Is %o much more iialatable.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
hYbne 165. R. T. Schaltr. Prp.


The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower
L. J. BRUMBT, Editor and Propr,
OCALA, FLA.


MVlt1Mov V11L'Ujir o ---$ ..................L00
Il/Vnre mar e ... ............ t-
eullnee laI Coklag a Featre. u
ss I. A handsomely illustrated magma
thing i eson Cookedto Order.devoted especially to the nlteres
Sthe fruit sad vegetable grower of
OYSTERS AND SrEAKS Florida.
hpecialt'e
COFFEE the Best. *Mia
ICES REASONABLE. ** Uivll*I

T SIDE SQUARE, N hvill R.
Weo West Katree. S. S.


GULF HAiMOCK HOTEL,
t'LF AINNOCK, FLA.

Paradise for Hnatlng and Fishing


This helb." Is ms e e a mssw msemosaa ad
00r" UM- Ir t* Vat ger me"
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bomt o umaG&
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Psmee Csmsmsads' e Arwmy Ded o" ,, r*in
rte Dec. 2It-'Generatil t (l;go TV U La, Pciwer,
to" age %" emam FIi srsVUA3. Lvtt C 00. f"
elkf ef the Fc uR 4wtody

A Fmecis Fews
Iti a Ist earfullassto" h ave to rend ure u I(nI~D
he terrble setterofi peb6*1"mean
taethfshiy say.-wfyiwe arvyak
of Mamonville Ia.,. tn feOwbhd.
3bu~lss'l, Aem Ive laU the Pup Hue
e SmA Au. (sAr* fhel se ems beNNW.
04 icls jo aft dru4eam ea ft4 East M W ls ft It. tiaivlle. Fla.

I" ftnbugA*PLW s'efu bel- 1 hinds c enasge*med Nos esnb

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Rest Line to
Birmiarkaa, astlvUke, Melph
KLentllle, -liv|ille, (ltati-,
4. LAls (hlierfge adll pla
.rtk an Weet It throu eam.


Ot is hts operotlol thmusulk selee
from Florida t Oblilo
Only Ilie operlstt roo %beelb

InFo dialg ea oerve is iath*0 k.
Three tourist el*peto OIoap.
al.
Fo r iformatio s to ats M to a
poitN" north aed West, -haule gad
*ll informatiL eall N r wrte
GEO. E. HERRING,
I. am. AtL. L&L.L L,



W. H. SIBLEY,
rHYSICIANr AND SU rBOL

"" S L w e
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FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
ViaibViai
Ni r n East D P. Da a or
Dor 0r Stesm~hp JsI'rli neMw
U.nytuile Jasol^ Ur7lle L.ne MonsomorV

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in edeet April 16, 190.
Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive From

8:10 pm High Spring and Inter. 8:80 a
Dnily mediate Points IDal
L2:1 pm Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 8:40pm
Daily Intermediate Points Daily
1:60pp m Palatka, Jacksonville. 1:6 p
Daily North, East and West Daily
12 0 p m High Springs, Waycroe, Savannah, Brunswiek, 8:1 pm
Daily Albany, Atlanta, all Points No'h. East West DaIly

8:6p m Roehelle, Micanopy and Citra Dil
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 22 1905 7


4'Y BOOKMAKERS

FINE ART OF THE MONKS OF
THE MIDDLE AGES.

Wlfttle ad Illamllated Worksl
That Were Marvels ef Skill an4
,. a141mtry-Augxih-Saxonm loak Orig.
mated the HomMa Letter.
Other, La scr.ire y ; nuy rrur so popu-
lar, yrt suo uif ,;t:uiel,i as that which
InvariialIy at.':iutc. un!'ouuded Indo-
Ienci to L!Ce uIti.stwi- ,ders of former
Cays. 'i, tiii .,. we' the preserva-
tion uft ;.:L.'..r,. *:.i i i the lpaius they
took t,) .'. ii.i., !L..,;' hy their la-
bors In '.u. .' i., b y Itheir dili-
gence n11 tilr. .,i .. :! l ,' t outh.
In li ,..;. ; t .'*4 a lchaniber
was .t1 ... t % )r rtiig, al-
lowiu ," *;i e .:I .! ;-:.: aip.irtnmeut
for other .,;ict ,,,. ii .:, t al-o. The
trauscr.bers ti e .tn'detl by the
abbot, prir, su .' rirl .: 1l prL'i'nt)r of


BUSY INSECT EATERS.
Wlat OHe D&^ BHuetl ng rught to
a a4s et P 4ed Wtatis.
A close student of bird life writes:
"Observation of mveral species of tn-
sectivorous birds has shown that the
parent .birds will, when their family I
growing up, make between them In the
Neighborhood of 500 vWits to the nest
In the course of a day, carrying on
leach occasion a whole beak load of
gnats or splders or larvae. For the
birds which feed on gnats or other
mall life generally take to their youn-
gest not single tnsats, but a whole
collection at a time. On one oceaslon
I spent an bour In taking the record
>f a pled wagtail which had Its brood
of newly fledged young ones In an okl
disused punt that. had settled down at
Its moorings into the mud at the side
of the pond. During the hour the male
bird alone was looking after the fmul-
Sly the female amused herself by ruu-
iung about on the bank catching in-
sects for her own consumption and


the convent a;nl v ,:..e !: .nti ..i.' ;a*t by varying the occupatioo with long spells
the name of ":ft', :.I:." Tl-ihe. in of attention to her toilet The male
dustrious p'ierso v\,.:. i liy bird, on the other hand, never rested
copied inu ua!iki Ii 1.. lif i for one minute from his work of breauit
manuscrlipt 1,.,. .. i :. ,f ",'.;i winning. As his hunting ground was
monasteries,a amil It .: it :.' .'.: the open surface of the pond, aboce
were educated ia: l :.* ... it .'. .. which he litted, he was never out of
hiltorlcal retord l' \. I,"-*'. !", .I my sight
The Auglo-S:axi i.,. ,I s In the course of the hour be made
celebrated as \\itirl aIl .v -. twenty-eight trips, the shortest absence
origlnators of the iall rn from the young lasting one and a halt
used in modern t:ine-s. ':11.' minutes and the longest nearly six
delicacy and nity wer, '.. I minutes. On no occasion did he remain
lsntial In the tran.t'r!l,:'.iL *f I, I'.-, at the punt for more than fifteen sac-
whether for the ipuri ,is ,If 'ir r.., onds or Just long enough to turn over
struction or for the use of th' '-onvi'iit, the food collected on the last trip to
Careless and Illegible writing Is the proper youngster and be off again.
therefore but seldom to, I int with Myriads of gnats were dancing above
among the remains of aninastic Indus- tile water, and at each dip the bird
try, and when erasures were n elll' struck at one, but one could not see
thy appear to have Ieen done with whether he always caught his quarry
the tmost 'care and skill. For this I or not As far as it was possible to
purpose the monks usdl pIumice stone, guess he always did. On his shortest
ad they were also provided with a absence be made over forty shots, and
panctorlum, or awl, to make the (lots from that the number ran up to con-
aad with metal pens for writing until aderably over 200.
after the seventh century, wlwn quills "Supposing that be missed his aim
wre brought into use. t theybing far hnlf the time or afterward dropped or
better than the metal pens then In uws. swallowed the Insects, so that half of
The Inks were composed of lamp- them were wasted and failed to reach
black soot mixed with water and gum the family at bore, there most have

for ue upon the vellum, paper not be- been from 1,00 to 2.000 gnats brought
bg introduced until the tenth century; back to the punt In the course of that
bhace the beautiful dllstinatnea, as one hour. Later In the day both parent
well as durability, of very auclent brds were hawking simultaneously.
manuscript books. So Important was each returning methodically to the
the art of writing In tbose days that young every two or three minutes.
It is conceded as many as M100 d Terent that the gross consumption of Insects
tyles were In vogue among the earn- was the course of the day It st Lm-
d. possible to guess, but It can hardly
With so many Implediments t( th have been less than 10,000 or I,000
multiplication of books as were at- and was probably twice a many."
tendaut upon their slow production in -
this manner, it Is not a matter of ut,- RULES FOR A HOME.
pris that the monks enjoyed almost a ORA HOME.
monopoly of this kind of labor, a In ememb that home be with
truth they were the only body of men charity.
who could properly coluct It. The e e e k
expene of preparing books was pro- emer that windows ma
verbally great, and large estates were ba ity ePdemc.
frequently set apart for the i.urnpo of If you must worry, take a big thing.
purchasing thit. In adtliton to the The little things will knock you out
cost of transcrilltng, the mIateriali of Keep your children, your dogs and
which looks werve composml were your troubles away from your guests.
source s f great (exIm'llIse. The leaves The dining room should always be
la many InstaInII s' were' conmpom*l of sacred. That is the one room whee no
purple vellum for the' iurpl,,' of abow- scraps should be allowed.
Ing off to more- alvantage letters of save thie ame standard of morals
gold and silver. The !binding was often for yourself as for your children. Toe
very gorgeous. altliougtl of rudel rn- need it as much as they do.
utructlon. The prevailing cov'erinf fo r There are three standpoints to avry
books was a rough whilte. ht,.iwkil I home-your own. your wife's and the
pasted on a wmooen Ioanl. with Im- cook'. Try and forget your ow
aese IKi se of bras., but the vx Put ovr the root door fo ev y
terior of those Intended for church member of the family to read. "Hi
errice was fnlahl with goll rells or I who utrm hb l #4a "u b ehlldC"
aiver embos ld on Ivory plates, o. B )enerbing sa the sainealinmd..
books had leaden covers and soln hal Bu everything a t Inst. a
woov s leaves, Iout even an early s pl n by py -Tom alao In UJ6L1l
ths bindin In velvet with llver mI t-e brt.-Ta .n u ge
elasp and studs were made as ipro- A asp a** Irtl leaL.
mts for exalted pona -bere is a Japase rabbit battUl
Ilumlnating manuarMfts was l story" y a Japanss aumiartl.
anohe oceUpatlon of the monks of the says a J as e. automitY.
middle ages. although not c(nulued to bic p m trus a ot w a the bfnt.
thi for the greatest painters of the **Jap isth a u oer In the bu t.
ay dldailned not to contrtlute to thee w a
lbre.s and sometimes outused dec- '.: a sooog e
atkOm. 'be art of correct drawinag look o*l' Ib ar.
ad a kawledge of perspee cannot, am pe.' reputed the bstma
mirw. bbe a r-Ohl to th 9POS Ind with guud rasod I started a ras
of 0 fantastic pictutle hy wbieb Ill u- bit Ct br Bs lm dos. reU aU Mt
ahlaMtd bouks are adorned. Coloring r it I f red. anV1 1 o11, 1tM.'
Vad g lng appear to here ben U the -oo b s And dte bWtt
& itW poats to wWeb the stte@onto "T ro bA lt It brogit CbrV
th SftalaUUou was dir etd. IBmossom back sad ml her at my ft.'"
Miral ttat wau AIt laid oa .smrewbat
bi t asme Bmode as a t the preset day. a -- s Ires
ws pirtlhos Wbing left uatnorbed ro I Y' ystry w bm in t s pa at -
erte to be afterward ibdded in naid l to the art of glasnsuaakal It
M1ad a Mer. 'b. pktura repreentd i was formrarl the emaa for the wt-
i st ibeet arordla l g tMle m-I sttie pots tei gless frmew
tW ef tMe bk wblMt they were lan pawt Usamwelas ftOgs e- ban by
a d b.to em I. T~h title a theb j dmiag the s* o .f wld aii I
gas was ftemed e capI rtala s i _ebad to t 7. -- ,t __ gr l
a a *sm 6 bia.* . trdsoM. -.isag m ute

I e e-er. nlfe 00 says o, I ti ds. wI 1a4 o,< ,Mnsolvm la the
a- hIWe -M stags s 0. eso u m.soo.. the ,a j., larms o

i t+a Wams a Mtta tt *
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DV8sI~a O&R;DB


DR. DzVERE B. MORIZl.
.DENTIST....


OfI ce over Nlar,'us udel'%. Ph:,t,,


J A. CARLISLE,


ATTORNEY AT LAW.\
And Solicitor in E~1uity
Real Estate, Coavelancil siild tGen
eral Practice. All busicnti lpromptli
attended to. Oftte next devr to Suro
office. GA111s Kllt I I nA.

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT I.\\,


(GAINISYILLI,


!'RIDA


Can sell your elty property, (im-
proved and improvede, pihuslhate.
trucking and farming lands. send hin.
a list of what you ofer for sale. 2142n.

Wo E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY- r- L\AW,
. .SOLICITOR IN CIIA. t i: Y ..


GAINESVILLE., E Alsetima Co
Otlce io Endel bHak


DR. J. H, ALIERMAN,


2SEAP A OA fD A =


Air Line Railway


.. FOR....


* rI~~i I


Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia, New York,


Two Elegii nt Trains Daily.


Seaboard Express.


Seaboard Mail.


MODERN PULL MAN EQUIPMENT


)Onlly liin Opert'ating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

For full information is.t -rperr rueervationn call on any aent Hreaotard o,
write A, 0. MAC11it)H 1.1 S. 0. Bt)HO TON. Ja.,
Aert. (+enerl Pasueigerr grnta Pla enger AKEnl',
JAC'K, \NV' IIE,. FLORIDA.


Southern Railway


Two Trauso haily to %%w-blustou and New terk.


'.."'heailar I l"t%.1 % a' Na ieaar ti 1104%


lLA.I


DENTI tV


Over Duiin A Co'r B.ak.


olt r,ctl" f


OOKDON I TISON


DENTIST


Othoe In Miller Lw Fit, lLat ,j,
UAININvlLLrS Fl A.


THE WEST END,
FINE WINES. LIQUoKIS & CIOARt
JOHN MEW ZIS I'roli r!rior
l19-1 W. Uslrt J<-. imrtLire F;A
Faust beer,bottleand dnrauht. Don't
fall to eall 0o mn when in .Ilaksontllle


THE SUN

JOB PRINTING

DEPARTMENT
Makes & Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy


Commercial


Job Printing
F. .For...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Le,.li Blanks on Short Notice.

The following Irtter froin one of our
mall order cot'rners r r elf-ei plans.
lory;
l.otervlll e Ky Feb 7,. (14.
H. H MeCreary.
(Il 1lll,,I9. Fia.
Iftr IFr: R'-e.lved the printing
mstUr I doe time, and will sIay that
It is perfetly seto'fe .ry- I like the
erTelope io mweh Maey thankM for
year prompt atteanloe l selling order.
Youv sIIe,
M s N.r CoLmasi.

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,, AO AF IITY Ul Ladies'e llin'g eards in lateet styles The Se industrial Edition eoas to
EW r OF l UU at Son office. ay address, passage free, for 10 events.
J UT EO illiam Brier of High Spring was a Mish,. E icee, the aecomplished
OUNTY Mvisitor to this city yesterday. daughter of Judge H. M. Pionell of
A fle lot of fresh country oelr joit Bronson, was shopping in the eity ye.-
tI of Gam I T t ti- received at G 8. Merchant & Co's. terday.
Matters of Genral Intest Gath.
Some fine city and country property A Carload of iron beds
e' ed by O r Beporter. for sale. C. C. Pedriek, Gainesville,. jot recelv.
Fla. ed. From (2 to $25. See them. The
,~. J. Thbmau Co.
S PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Dr. E. B. Howell of Newberry was
among the visitors to this eity yester. Don't fail to get the prices on G S.
mn -IMerehant & Co's turkeys before you
What Has Happewned and What is Going dat. Me t C tur bore ot
Sbuy. We have all the sizes from the r 2
to Happen Told In Short Paragrphs Walter Townsend and W. R. Toiner smallest to the largest, both young
S That "He Who Runs May Read" were in the city from Campville yes- and old.
terday. .9
It In The Sun. Your Chtfitmu deserts will be de-
Gt Christmas and New Year'sardso Cmpville lihtll favored i you ore Blue Rib.
at TheSotm nd Ne. r'rd those who pid Gineille a ban Lemon or Vanilla extract. They
t 'he oo, i ardy. a so pore and Ltrung that every drop
Joseph D. Baker of Jacksonville was One hundred flae, fat, famoau Old eouots. and besides they gie your
In the city yesterday. Town turkeys for sale. T. B Ellis, 4 6 desserts the. famr'os Blue Ribbon
Foar-room flat for rent. Mrs. Foe- West Liberty street. flavor.
St.r,408 Wes..t Main eeN. I be Wnike book-elses Wanted-Agent. for Vitor talking
Fruit eakes for Immediate or future are the things for press. mehines. Reeords now 86 aeso, 50
delivery. Keystone Bakery. enso. The 8. J. Thomas Co. ents and $1 for 7-inch, 10-inch and 12-
J. A Roberts of Kanapsha was a Now is the time to order yourObrist inch sise, wholesalers and retailers
bofnoess visitor to this olty yesterday. mu and New Year's eards. Fine line Write for lists to Metropolitan Talking
The finest celery In town is to be of samples at The Sun offsee. Machine Co., 823 Main street, Jackson-
found around at 0. 8. Merchant& Co's. For Sale-A desirable suburban ille, Fla. Satisi
W. L. Howe of Jacksorville wa a home; city water; modern eonven- F. A. Smith, the clever representa-
busoness visitor to alinesville yester- Iences., Address X. R., this offlee. Os tire of The Washington Post, who has
day. We still have some very fine fat tor- been in this city for the past two or
0. J. Crown and wife of Roeky Point keys to offr for Christmas. See us three days upon what he trms "mie. r
were visitors to the county capital yes and get tbe prices before you buy. G. sionary work," Introduing the book,
torday. 8 Merehant & Co. "Messages and Papers of the Oonfed.-
leather oouches and chair A Beautiful eracy," left yesterday for Jacksonville,
inG for p ea Tad S.J. A Beautiful *o~and set of which city he is making headquarters
Thoma Co. dining chair would make a floehrist- for the State. Mr. Smith hu an ele.
TH. LCm. l o dn e mu present. The 8 J. Thomas Co. gent ind correct work, and has left the 41
S among those who paid Gainevrllea B. W. Waits of Grove Park was Sgency with Dr. J. L. Kelley, county
visit yesterday. among those who paid OGanesville a superintendent of public lontrection.
Svis yesterday. He is engaged In the It Is a work which will appeal especial-
Our store will be open until 9 o'clock naval stores business with W. B. Phi. 15 to the Confederate veteran, and will
at night until after hristmas day. fer. no doubt sell well here.
The 8. J. Thomas Co.
Fe 00. pe dinner e of decor Five full 100-plees dinner sets of ELKS ARE CHARITABLE.
Five 100.ple dinner sts of deor Austrian chinaware, equal to any
ated semi-porselain ware at $12 50 per
S sed. mu.por n Eari pe made, Imported direct, were $8 per Will Foed the Poor of the City on
set, now sold at $24 for 100-plese set. Good Things Christmas Day.
Dr. MeMlllMo of Mootbrook was S under & Earle. Fe u tom o t
mo0ong thoee who paid Gailneville a Followlig the usual eustom of the
tmone thoe who paid Gn e Mrs. E. A. Perry of Hammock Ridge order, a committee has bee appointed
Ses visityeedy. wa in the elty for a few hor yester. from Galasville Lodge-No. 900, B. P.
Beautiful rattan and oak day. She was en route to Jacksonvit,1e 0. E., the duty of whom it will be dis-
bab. The S. Thos fo r where she will spend a day or two vi- tribute good things to eat to the needy
r The. TomasCo. Iting friends and shopping for a Ohristmas dinner. The commit-
rn d room to rnt on blo Noti-To aeommodate the Chrlit. tee oompries Rev. S. B. BRoers and
Flalarn suere. Oentbloeksd-rnat
joining suare. Genleman tenant mis shoppers the Continental Oafe Rev. F. H. Oraighill, who will ee that
preferred. Apply at Son offloe. will be open until midnight or later. the deerving are properly fed on this
Shaw Stewart and daughter of High Nies warm dininlgroom, everything thankful ocesion. No expense will
SSpriag were among those who favored firslt.ala. Christmas turkeys baked be spared, and it s assured that all
G alnoville with a visit yesterday. to order. worthy will fnd a sumptuoous supply
Tnrtfnlie l n *! *tr tk,.abt (heir threshold on Christmua morn-
Turpentine lame for sle at this of Henry F. Dutton, Jr.. has arrived in lo t
loee, 8s per dozea. $8 per hundred. the city from Mancle, Ind., where he
Cash most accompany order. dawtf is now making his headquarters. He
Mrs. J. A. Williame sad son of will spend the Christmas holidays
Alaohua were among those who fa- here, and hie friends will be glad to
word Galnesville with a visit yester- welcome him NEW YORK
day A fasrl A I f beutl-
Milke' Emulsion, the best remedy Cl ful rattan -
for ooughs, colds and grip. To prove chairs, dives., enter tables, music Fal
its virtuesetry bottle. 8old by Saon. racks, wood baskets, setees, etc. FI
dear & Earle Prices ribgt. Come before they ar*
Sf, o picked over. The 8 J. Thomas Co. R A C K E T
Finest Line o:,r em, ,.r ... J or.. .'.-
FinQst Line rocke re. Percy M. Padgeot. wife and Sn, -
Plain and with leather leat and backs. John, were among the visitors to
The 8. J Thomas Co. to salneeville yesterday. Mr. Padgett p re rt
I'rey and Msls eLona (i en of Fort is engaged in the naval store business ..
White have returned to their home, at New River, on the Georgia Southerna
after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs. and Florida railroad, ad is meting
J. F. Banoh aI this eity. with great seoeee.
SMiss Mary Hague, one of the el
Finest Rueiy eient teahers of Aaehtua county. wu
ouw on display at our store. (le the in the ity ye terday. Mia Hague has
price The 8 J. Thomas Co. Just elosed a oaeeeefnl term of the
WilleforJ ra hool. and sepoets to take
.Oran r The fne; erktly brigbt, ehare of the Pereerace school.
ftrim l.' to 'R) to the boa-Jast the ,ear Alubuas. so early January BI
thing fur a Chrstmlla preeant for a See Our I
thin g f br oa d ( t' h as pre ent for ( A m ona the prom inent isitlors to this O
frind abroad ( Merchant A o eity yeeterdany was Ol. Fred Cubberly
1. C Lyncl.e hlfelrk in the United of Oedar Key. eolloetor of eontlom for
tattae land ofite, has returned from that port. Ool. Oubberly wae autoral-
Jacksontvlle. where he hae bee a Ily proud of the re et seeee of the
attnodane* r0Po the t'nrted tatee Republican organisation at Washing.
court. ton. and did not hesitate to expreMT
Ior Reit-To a r-sonstible party himself.
12I aeres of land under gotd frnce at -... ....... I
Hammock Ridtdge uitabl. for grow. DEAD T I11
(nc meltune. siltlit0upes or Ior Ap, 11 BS11 niO.
ply to W HIee. $iydney. 'Ia. Mobile. Ala.. Lrb I. IlO.
Jokhn I) lFltnuse of Jacksoville lIr. KE. W. UaIll, 8. leuie. Mo le,
arrived in the rity y'*eitda. atld will str: DulLtI the put year we have


spend a day or two with rlatl ive and s" over tw ry-tfour' does "Hall's Shin
friend herre Mr la.Lolie*r' number, l tra DIeovery for kidney amd blad." I
ous fried arr glad tsooc* him dr, troubles and derig tbas time have
reteeved so eumplaLat.
J It l.niel of High Spris an el'. Yolrs rep ectully.
Siucer of the AUtsanie t'4st l.ne,. wa' u Va Ares uar 5& .
Is th city yesterday. lie wasu e
route to tx*sla, wh* I >, haeI be e A TEXAS WONDER.
summoned as a witlo" t f-rr the eir-
tul( cturt use semal boUt of the TIexa Wme
Mel DaI *) l V tesr of l'hiladlphi dee, Hall's Orms Diseewry, eorms It
teganoty MiA Daly Par.- of ibisety. kIdWa mwd bladdee ubl. renova0
bha Mtied. and wll sead thbe hll. gnvl. e.*ea dakHb e A. amint em -
4d& as the guest of her mother. M a ei. w. d UWd ewme a. rkeu -
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
What H" Happened and What Is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
80 That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Get Christmas and New Year's cards
at The Suo office.
Joseph D. Baker of Jacksonville was
In the city yesterday.
Four-room flat for rent. Mrs. Foe.
ter. 408 West Main street, N.
Fruit eakes for Immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
J. A Roberts of Kanapsha was a
business visitor to this oty yesterday.
The fllnes eelery In town is to be
found around at 0. 8. Merehant & Oo'.
W. L. Howe of Jacksonville was a
business visitor to O ainesvlle yelter.
day.
O. J. Crown and wife of Rooky Point
were visitors to the county capital yes.
terday.
e leather coaches and chairs
Fine for presents. The 8. J.
Thomas Co.
H. L. Beville of Arredondo was
among those who paid Gainesville a
visit yesterday.
Our store will be open until 9 o'eloek
at night until after Ohristmu day.
The 6. J. Thomas Co.
Five 100.pleee dinner sets of decor-
ated seml.poreelain ware at $12 50 per
set. Baunders & Earle.
Dr. MeMillan of Montbrook was
amoea those who paid Osineeville a
bulnees visit yesterday.
Beautiful rattan and oak
autiu rockers for the
baby. The 8. J. Thomas Co.
Furnished room to rent on block ad-
joining square. Gentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at 8un offle.
Shaw Stewart and daughter of High
SSprings were among those who favored
(tlaleoville with a visit yesterday.
Turpentine lease for sale at this of-
floe, 0e per dosen. $8 per hundred.
OCah most aeoompany order. dawtf
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Ladies'calling cards i latest styles The SololIdustrial Edition sent to Wit
st 8on offie. any address, postage free, for 10 events.
William Brier of High Springs was a Miee5i Eunice, the accomplished W ri e
visitor to this city yesterday. daughter of Judg, H. M Pinnell of
A flue lot of fresh country ergs just Bronson, was shopliinng i the eity yes- For Our New
received at G 8. Merchant & Co's. terday.
Some fine city nod country property A Carload of iron bed4< Ae
fortale. C. C. Pedriek, Gainesville, a oa just reeI
Floa.i ed. From $2 to S. See them. The
Fl. 8. J. TbhOmuas Co.
Dr. E. B. Howell of Newberry was n i t g
among the visitors to this eity yester. Don't fail to get the prices on 0 S. Over R0) Pases Illustrating
day. Merchant & Co's turkeys before you,
Sby. We have all the sises from the I I .
Wablter Townend and W R Jonerocks
,Walter Townsend and W. R Joiner smallest to the largest, both young amnds C loc
were in the city from Campville yes- and old. i l c
terday. -Your Ohtistmas dpsserts will be de-
W. B Steele of Campville w aslightfolly flavored if yoo nae Blue Rib- W at he Jey
among those who paid Gainerville a bo Lemon or Vanilla extract. They W catches, Jew elry,
are so pare and strong that every drop
One hundred foie, fat, famona Old counts, and besides they give your U sIVl
Town turkeys for sale. T. B Ellis, 4 6 desserts the famrous Blue Ribbon
West Liberty street. flavor.
Clobe We"rnike book-a" e Wanted-Agents for Victor talking W are, Plated w are.
are the things for pres- machines. Records now 86 ents, 50
enut. The 8. J. Thomas Co. cents and $1 for 7-inch, 10-lucb and 12- N
Now is the time toorder yourChrist inch sies, wLolesalers and retailers id y N te .
mas and New Year's eards. Fine line Write for llts to Metropolitan Talking -....
of samples at The Sun offlee. Machine Co., 828 Main street, Jackson-
For Sale-A desirable suburban rile, Fia. Satisfaction Guarantted. Mail Orders Receive Prompt
home; city water; modern eonven- F.A. Smith, the clever represents- and Careful attention.
lences., Addres X. R., this office. 6r tire of The Washington Post, who has
We still have some very fine fat tur- been in this city for the past two or
keys to offer for Christmas. 8ee us three days opn what he terms "mie-
uad get the prices before you buy. 0. sionary work," introducing the book,
8 Merehant & Co. "MeNages and Papers of the Oonfed-
A Beautiful .ildeboard r.y," left yesterday for Jacksonville, ,
and set of whioh city he is making headquarters JEWELERS AND SILVERT SMT
dilninlhairs wouldmake floOhit fortheState. Mr. Smith has n eleJEWELERS AND LVERSMITHS,
mas present. The 8 J. Thomas Co. gant and correet work, and ha leftthe 41 West Bay St. Jaksonville, Fla.
B. W. Walts of Grove Park was agency with Dr. J. L. Kelley, county
among those who paid Gaineville a superintendent of public instruction. Is your name on our mailing list?
villt yesterday. He is engaged in the It Is a work which will appeal especial-
naval stores buslnes with W. B. Phi. ly to the Confederate veteran, and will
for. no doubt sell well here.
Five foill 100-pliee dinner sets of ELKS ARE CHARITABLE.
Austrian chinaware, equal to any
made, imported direst, were $85 per WIll Feed the Poor of the City on
set. now sold at $24 for 100-piece set. Good Things Christmas Day.
8sunders & Earle, Followlng the usual custom of the
Mers. E. A. Perry of Hammock Ridge order, a committee has been appointed .
was in the elty for a few hours yester- from Galnesville Lodge*No. 900, B. P.
day. She was on route to Jacksoovllis, 0. E., the duty of whom It will be die-
where she will spend a day or two vis- tribute good things to eat to the nedy t
ting friends and shopping. for a Christmas dinner. The commit-
Notle--To accommodate the Christ. tee comprise Rev. S. B. -Rogers and
mar shoppers the Continental Cafe Rev. F. H. Oraighill, who will see that
will be open until midnight or later. the deserving are properly fed on this
Nice warm dininlroom, everything thankful occasion. No expense will
flrst.class. Christmas turkeys baked be spared, and it Ie assured that all
to order. worth will lnd a sumptuous supply
at their threshold on Christmas morn-
Henry F. Dutton, Jr.. has arrived In ing.
the citty from Muncie, Ind., where he
Is now making his headquarters. He
will epond the Ohrletma holidays


.ra 4%. VVIM om on we -A5W
Alachoa were among those who fa. here, and his friends will be glad to
vored OGlaneville with a visit yester. welcome him.
day.. r l a f beaatl-
Milks' Emulsion, the best remedy A Carload ful sratta
for coughs, colds and grip. To prove chair, dlveas, center tables, music
its virtues try a bottle. told by taun. racks, wood basket, settee. etca.
derso Earl* Prices right. Oome tbfore they are
of a, picked over. The 8 J. Thomas Co.
Finest Line ,
Finrkt Line @rs. Percy M. Padgett, wife and sn,
Plain and with leather eats and backs. John, were among the visitors to
The 8. J. Thomas Co. to (laneeville yesterday. Mr. Padgett
Percy and Mise Lona (otsen of Fort is tenaged In the naval stores business
White have returned to their home, at New River, on the Georgia Southern
after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs. and Florida railroad, and is meeting
J Banoh la this eity. with great s*eess.
S t MisslMas ITry Hague, one of the e.fl
Finest Rugs ,sity r ient teachers of Alaebu county. was
now on display at our store. (et the in the ally Iyterday. Miss Hague has
price. The 8 J. Thoma Oo. just closed a soteeefal term of the
Willefort eohool, and eipete to take
.Orange! The flnM(t;strletly brights, charge of the erleverance wshool.
from 1'M to Ol) to the bor-Jost the ,,ear Alashua. tu early January
thing for a Christmi prreeet for a
thing for (a Christmas presel for a Among the prominent visitors to this
tried abroad t) 8l. Mrerhant A Oo
erity yterday was Col. Fred Cubberly
L. Lyoah,ohiefelork in the United of Cedar Key. collector of eastoms for
states land ofeeo, has returned from that port Col. Oubberly W natural.
Jacksonville, where he has been In l proud of the neeaot suee uof the
atteadanes upon the United State Republican oranisatlon at Wauhing.
court, ton, sad did not iheiates to express
For Rent--To a responsible party himself.
128 sare of land under gond fence*at t---
Hammock Ridge Suitable for grow-. T
ng melons. eantaloupe or crn Ap. READ THI .
ply to W. F Rtice. 4ydney, Fla, Mobile. Ala.. Feb 16. 1990,
John (i IJaFnts"oe of Jacksonville )r E. W. Hall, St. l01ous, o -14iar
arrived in the city yesterday. ad will Sr: luring the past year we have
spead a day or sto with relaltves ad sold over swaty-tour dosen "Hall's
frieade here. Mr. I.Foetie,'s number, ti1 rratI)eovery" for kidney and bled
out freods arr glad to we him der trowblee ad ddriea that time have
received no omplatit.
J. It. IraIel of Hgh 8prings an en. tYoe ress petfully.
ginter of the Atlantis ('to l.ine. wa o Van A a p sar A& S.
la the eiy yetrday. He was ea
rout* to lk ,a. where he has bete A TEXAS WONDER.
summoned as a wlsie before the eir.
%ul(t ourt Ust email bohle of the Teae W -e*
Mll DeIasyI* I) t gof 'Philadelphi 4er, Hai11* Omst I)ea ver. surm al
luefdly Ml)s asesW Pearpe of this ety. kidnet ~Ad blddeor tbolese. rseav
has al d. and will speed the hole. l ra*e. *eem duhbee. seinat sm u-
dP as the gues of et Mher m er Mf i Soo and Wo bosks. rftee-
Ronbt WlIIso rlrieds arer delighted um a au i of the k1.
to g-i t er a i m nd mbladr as bh m b T m d
nor8e eltO e~ es -of The SN m m e Ms I tet id g d
room o thed Idkato ui t 9,&, Moes nt rllbe was ap i monoo of O.
tot a delllo fruit cake. uhkh wee u se e "Is srisesomsal .
wite bto wanA p emaw. a. o DelW. aimelsaw8a l
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has Happened and What Is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Get Christmas and New Year's eards
at The Sun office.
Joseph D. Baker of Jacksonville was
In the city yesterday.
Foor-room flat for rent. Mrs. Foe.
ter, 40 West Main street, N.
Fruit eakes for immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
J. A Roberts of Kanapsha was a
business visitor to this oity yesterday.
The finest celery in town Is to be
found around at 0. 8. Merchant & Co's.
W. L. Howe of Jaeksonville was a
business visitor to Oainesville yester-
day.
C. J. Crown and wife of Rocky Point
were visitors to the county capital yes*
terday.
ne leather oouehes and chair
Fine for presents. The 8. J.
Thomas Co.
H. L. Beville of Arredondo was
among those who paid Galnesvilllea
visit yesterday.
Our store will be open until 9 o'eloek
at night until after Ohristma day.
The 8. J. Thomas Co.
Five 100-psee dinner sets of decor.
ated semi-portelain ware at $12 50 per
aet. Saundan & Earle.
Dr. MoMillal of Montbrook was
among those who paid Gainesville a
businew visit yesterday.
Beautiful raI ranand oak
autifu rockers for the
baby. The 8. J. Thomas Co.
Furnished room to rent on block ad-
jolning square. Gentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at oSa offe.
Shaw Stewart and daughter of High
Spring were among those who favored
(ialnesville with a visit yesterday.
Turpentine leses for sale at this of.
flee, 80 per dosen. $8 per hundred.
Oash must aeeompany order. dawtf
Mrs. J. A. Williams and son of
Alasheo were among thoes who fa.
vored Gainesville with a visit yester.
day
Milks' Emulsion, the best remedy
for coughs, cold@ and grip. To prove
Its virtues try a bottle. Sold by Saun-
der & Earle
Finest Line roeI.t;s
Plain and with leather seats and backs.
The 8. J. Thomas Co.
Percy and Mine Lona t(itaon of Fort
White have returned to their home,
after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs.
J. F. Banch in this sity.


Finest Rugs ,,,',:
inow on display at our store. (let the
prioe. The 8 J. Thomas Co.
. Oranl The fiet; trittldy brights.
froml 1'M to 0D to the box-Joet the
thing for a Christmas present for a
friend abroad. ( 8. Merchant A Co
L C0 Iynah, ehlefe lerk in the Ulnited
States land offle, has returned from
Jacksonville, where he has been in
attendance pon the United States
court.
For Rent-To a responsible party
1 n ares of land under good fence at
llammoek Ridog 'Suitable for grow.
Ing melons, santaloup l or corn Ap.
ply to W. F Hiee, tydney. Fia.
John 0) I.aont'i of Jacksonville
arrived In the city yesterday, and will
spend a day or tao with relative and
frienad here. Mr l.aFonisee's number.
ous friends are glad to see him


THE DAILY SUN: (GAINSVILLE. FLRDIDA. DECEIT


Ladies'callin'g eards in latest styles
at Bon office.
William Brier of High Springs was a
visitor to this city yesterday.
A fue lot of fresh country ergs just
received at G S. Merchant & Co's.
Some floe city and country property
for sale. C. C. Pedriek, Gainesville,
Fla.
Dr. E. B. Howell of Newberry was
among the visitors to thls city yester-
day.
Walter Townsend and W. R. Joiner
were in the city from Campville yes-
terday.
W. B. Steele of Campville was
among those who paid Gainesville a
vilit yesterday.
One hundred fine, fat, famous Old
Town turkeys for sale. T. B Ellis, 4
West Liberty street.
Wernicke book-cases
Clobe w,",* oo***.,.
lobe are the things for press.
ents. The 8. J. Thomas Co.
Now is the time toorder yourChrist-
mas and New Year's cards. Fine line
of samples at The Sun office.
For Sale-A desirable suburban
home; city water; modern conven-
lences., Address X. R., this office. Os
We still have some very fine fat tur-
keys to offer for Christmas. See us
and get the prices before you buy. 0.
8 Merchant & Co.
A Beautiful idebord o
dining haibrn would make a foe Ohrist-
mas present. The 8 J. Thomas Co.
B W. Waits of Grove Park was
among those who paid Gainesville a
visit yesterday. He is engaged in the
naval stores business with W. B. Phi.
for.
Five foll 100-plece dinner sets of
Austrian chinaware, equal to any
made, imported direct, were $85 per
set, now sold at I24 for 100-plieo set.
Saunden & Earle.
Mrs. E. A. Perry of Hammock Ridge
was in the eity for a few hours yester-
day. She was on route to Jacksonville,
where she will spend a day or two vis-
iting friends and shopping.
Noties-To aeoommodate the Christ.
tnas shoppers the Continental Oafe
will be open until midnight or later.
Nice warm dining-room, everything
first-elies. Christmas turkeys baked
to order.
Henry F. Dutton, Jr., has arrived in
the city from Moncle, Ird., where he
is now making his headquarters. He
will spend the Christmas holidays
here, and his friends will be glad to
welcome him
A Carload of belt
chairs, divans, center tables, musli
ranks, wood baskets, settees. ete.
Price right. Come before they are
picked over. The H J. Thomas Co
Percy M. Padgett, wife and a(u,
John, were among the visitors to
to (laineville yesterday. Mr. Padgett
is engaged in the naval store business
at New River, on the Georgia southern
and Florida railroad, and is meeting
with great suseess.
Miss Mary Hague, one of the eff-.
cient teachers of Alahtea county. was
in the city yesterday. Misl Hagoe has
ust closed a suoeesfol term of the
WillleorJ 0ehool. and eapeute to take
oharge of the Pereverame school,
near Alkehua, iu early January
A mo)ng the prominent visitor to this
city ylterday was Col. Fred COubberly
of Cedar Key. oolleetor of eoatoms for
that port. Col. Cubberly wae natural.
ly proud of the recent soceee of the
Republican organlaation at Wabhing-
ten, and did not hesitate to express
himuif.

READ THIS.
Mobile. Ala.. Feb. 16. lhX.
Dlr E. W Hall. St. Il.urs. Mo -Dhar
Sir: l)uring the past year we have


sold over twetyl-four dosea "Hall's
rirvs Dtesovery" for kidaey and blad.
der troubles and dariag that time have
rIweaved mA nalmlitl.


I. l anlel of High Springs a .n. Yooe rempetfully.
giteer of the Atlaatie Coa0t l.wne, we U Vxa ANT. arr & 0si.
in the eliy yesterday. He was ea
route to (ob0,iA. where he has bee A TEXAS WONDER.
summoned as a witess twforv thhe eir.
ult (ourit tne emall boule of the Texa Wo*-
*im Daity. I wnag of Ph.:edellphia 4Ar, HallGr Onm D every, eUare all
teaerly Mi Dale Prne of thisety kidney ad bladder tables. remoe
b an ied. and will speed the hoIl- grvel. e diabetes. aminal a be
4day as the guess oU her mother Mrs. ivrek a lame books. rk..
Robert Wlxeo rr led. are deltghted tI and a trIrularitlie of the kd.
so* Cret beet spn hoe r agaio er ae men d
wYoet. resglates bladd aseeibles Is
t1h.e eape f u e~ meso ehildmn. If t sd by year drgawLe,
room e d aIlsla totr ti t4 Moerea wt l be t I M e064 $
for a detIeeis frIit e*se. whe wasee llb tw
rehab s o th e ms' Ibee d this a em

hs of the Opp"eoe w hS Msy (rs1 send wlherIm b U .01
a-a At Mlrew Tw oTwe. M0Iatt A O


The Se aIndustrial Edition sent to
any address, postage free, for 10 eents.
MiHJI. Eunice, the aoeomplished
daughter of Judg- H. M. Pinnell of
Bronson, was shopping in the city yes-
terday.
A Carload iron bce
ed. From $2 to $25 See them. The
8. J. Th6mas Co.
Don't fail to get the prices on 0 8.
Merchant & Co's turkeys before you
buy. We have all the sizes from the
smallest to the largest, both young
and old.
Your Chtistmas desserts will be de-
lightfully flavored if you oue Blue Rib-
bon Lemon or Vanilla extract. They
are so pure and strong that every drop
coont,' ami besides they give your
deserts the famous Blue Ribbon
flavor.
Wanted-Agents for Victor talking
machines. Records now 85 cents, 50
cents and $1 for 7-inch, 10-iucb and 12.
inch sise, wholesalers and retailers
Write for list to Metropolitan Talking
Machine Co., 828 Main street, Jackson-
ville, Fla.
F. A. Smith, the clever represents.
tire of The Washington Post, who has
been In this city for the pat two or
three days upon what he terms "mis-
sionary work," Introducing the book,
"Messages and Papers of the Oonfed-
eracy," left yesterday for Jacksonville,
which city he is making headquarters
for the State. Mr. Smith has an ele-
gant and correct work, and has left the
agency with Dr. J. L. Kelley, county
superintendent of public instruction.
It is a work which will appeal espeoial-
ly to the Confederate veteran, and will
no doubt sell well here.
ELKS ARE CHARITABLE.
Will Feud the Poor of the City on
Good Things Christmas Day.
Following the usual custom of the
order, a committee ha been appointed
from Gainesville Lodge-No. 900, B. P.
0. E., the duty of whom it will be dis.
tribute good things to eat to the needy
for a Christmas dinner. The commit-
tee omprises Rev. 8. B. Rogers and
Rev. F. H. Oraighill, who will see that
the deserving are properly fed on this
thankful occasion. No expense will
be spared, and itIs assured that all
worthy will find a sumptuous supply
at their threshold on Christmas morn-
ing.

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