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 23, 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: VID01061
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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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. SATURIA. A DECEMBER 23, 1905


TROOPS CROWD THE CORPIONS AND SPIDERS
Polats 1C Commonr I Btwe These
L.athsome A.lmals.
PUBLIC STR S "Between the spiders and scorpiowu, .
th,)se gray.ibb, lobiter-like foes of every
living thlig, whhle lurk iu old waui,.
Of St. Petersburg and Take Poe- aud beuniu r ithe debri of ruiui. iil.ent.
patient. giving the sting that k,lls n1t1
session of the Railroads. tesuse the
Share t >nts in t'oluntin," wril 4 I1'. I;
ARREST WORKMEN LEADERS Atalo, the traveler andi writer of 1,,ti.
dou. 'Ilt.is very Lhatbt of sucking 1.1o)
0% -I. L--- If-- a + SAG.. A .lJ -, } .. IN tiltirt.d I... l .- ,w t i


Unly by Use of Military Crews Has the
Government Been Able to Move
Trains-The Outlook is More
Gloomy.


does it-o tevtr its victitilis tivi'h N%' dii
..l,ke a .irayh.4h, btit t %Ucl.j lit
JUiiLO- thruiigt g i st ntli tu tMIt 14114
ut lit a il.L he thau t iz spid i er It it .


St. Petersburg, Dec. 22 -Since noon iln hli, tltuiii,.a.nl in earch tht
yesterday the troops have had pos- of '! -.. i* eight, niut .six. ais il
session of the streets, especially those 'I '. Iitter (lA.-s, which formi t
in the industrial sections. The rail- Uf 1"' ull"t'ir ttpiders, urat .* rri
road stations are in possession of the r. rt. I a- ,,'ft' if th'y liat. i
m ilitary.. Et \el i l l El i tlltl Attlart, iH T1
%1 ,, Ir' l.. I- i andt: i tl l l i
Wholesale arrests of the leaders of ... t apart om
the workmen were made last night u: ,. .s, few Iut thi, large..t
It is reported that the police include are >.o, iilr tfreili their :itt;iiac


in their captures the members of the
second workmen's council A third
council, however, promptly took the
plioe of the second.
Moscow is already cut off from St.
Peteroburg arid with the provinces
generally. There wasrno communicia-
tion yesterday morning
Martial law has been proclaimed at
Warsaw. Soldiers are now running
tnaloi.

MEERSCHAUM PIPES.

. Test b Which to Tell the Genuine
From the Npurlouo.
Once upon a time there was a man
who spent eight of the Ie'st yearn of
his life coloring a nsewrsuchnu pipe.
only to find at the vinil oaf tlit period
that he had hbee uurnlmng it Ilice eof
"natunakolfte" iuitead of tihe getulne
"e'ruule lte mier." ThoI "waiulwnkolpft-"
is a o' iiiiooltlii ininde ofi tli i, p rlngl of
genuinit tnw'-ire'hauin iiid n minitral
cluh'. The pitringsH ure tlti'iuitatel to a
finu jito\\ihlr,. l)lthdi in water utd iiold-
edl ht-i blcrkM. with or without the ad'-
dittili olf clay. Eanchl Ilo(k IM then' cut
li to1, i IH l. t 1, Iuait s It coiitratc is ciio' iild-
er'ilg 'Ly it L iillt It In le-ft sill tinu to(
dr.' T'litn.,#' IOls 1. 1 ire dis frol ii thio 'b lillllin liierl llllii I I. (h-tir
greiteTr ;iltiit'- gl.iat it). Iuit tin ri 1i- li
ali'stllill ', aertiiii ta-t lit y h lh it thui
re'ul ti.* I'rm Ithtl nii u ii li o t, to!d fr)ii their
COnIpo-, t it i.
in foraiin a a ilia fi' n "P'rtline' i
luer" the ih .aite i, f a giUiKloia' Is Iu'rv.
pared fur tj'i .atillit I,'n ty isliing Ini
a (conilntsitioltlu of w'ilX, oil illll fitl'.
Ibe wai aud oil ulortrlpsd iby tl he iait.r-
schaulu are the cauls of thl' c lor pro-
dmc'd by tuiekliig. 'The heait of the
burning teoarc'o cuues' the wax sull
fatty sulmtuains', i a thro ag tlinr h t1
stages of a dry distillation, antl, le
comhlig asstlmint.lut! with tlhe prxitle'ts
of the distllatloni of thi' tolacl''o. tbhey
are diffused througtih thi n- ultjtasitwl of
the bowl. proadu'rlg those gradatlions
of tint which air' vs mnich priiled. I
some cause thle hiow-l are artnfl-ially
colored by dlpppig L tUt. Lsefore lling
Uoaked nl wax. in a solullo, of sal.


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t. .. t:4I l', nrr 1 ii iri> tinlg ,pihlelr.s
\\ltth h iall ollille cly ti.)w-n fr 1iu1 thi'-
ir,'e. lI ,. idJ l 'dt.u inia (t Lm- dendlyI t)
U,', "~.. I.ot ,r us g Il' tl'e lspder It.
due t1 ei those wiS- will:.,gly coili
*t' hii it. dlll;i.ict' t grlilu.V It thlie tllda'
lii:ilc iuttril-liuti uf chl li'iillehiR .
"I'tw\v r'tte, d l inii areii t's ierore lo:iith.
s,- :lr thi ti I h ( o' u irieTii l. 'l re is't is n
gr.,tful Is'fl I ty' IIn tili deI itllie'lst siiitiL .
iU thei pierce ti'er,'It'. e'iV11 1.1 sg tInhe t1istide
mI licn t111 41rut ti111r, i l .Ii Iu t eli Itlill. Li
ta auq- nd hil'iirn'ti, but In flue acortltiih
there .is liotjiilg Ibut sfoulliti.-s T''lll
I railture's bite varlii In Its r'iisilts. i ."a -
'-I)ly au'oirding to the co t (lndiiii tnof hll
,.'jri'lln lltw'l 'lf. ul t nor) prol, tbIll'l ity
t-'tii li' t(o that ii l of lthe li I hi eliit l. i

-. ni, I\ hi v Ia s r'ie'atel'lly 1 litlt'ii liy
;,'wi(' io % \\< wiithIlii t o1n utiy ir ;Ni11o i Mi'.
fel'lr. Ill rii'i th:i nl a few lt h ur t orf tit
i'mif'ort. IIt M,11rin- o I lii p e itse'-li l:l'
ihiillt ~r< l io|tl 4 ithi l io t ai ilgn of f'.ir.
llr.tlig ll-i ii < rnwtl ni flit, l lii-s of
tlilr h:iil.f 4\' l lli)Ifug thl 'ui on ti tl rr
i @ iind all for Ha iH ititrt'r of ai ishli 1 nui t ) liit thle tit 1 Ilhit tif l .in
iof the' opetin liiiand trt-'thhl! tight K.i%.
the wo';-j ;n ni') pIn rsl'hiu'a wiLh i t lii id
to gi itis sm tluiii" hi ihiy.
"\1hali wlias. lih(mi t, fa.r Intors re-
in rkil hl w \ t in t, iii rrtit I iiih i ,fere c.
with hb llil i I .:.m g( or M oiirl-h tll.;ilonll<
i\ltilt tii t ol k i l lu r> .t-|i tl Itt ll ildillt i
l l I u ,t I -li iI l i tllh fu ll kii[ it Ii, tl ,,
tl. iil 1 Ik. tw f tlir ir |it, kIs tl I !.
f.] l Ig lI :l I rI ,, flit- r ,i

I ;lb it it a i- : i 1 (. l iii I ll ii W hit I 2
( in i 1.: i t- i r tll l ', I,.j lieI i .ll If


rf il it i : i ts is4 n.itI n t l tliI i ittei

The lad.l. Plerhoenrlk.
A pinchi-ifhiin i I ft'uat ai:>i n itpart of
tl r i l :unliti.lil taill mll|Tt-ratltl tla ie- e'
Ii;ihlete |l over thi ln- ik lby thlt
hlo I r- i lil4 of lI iigoranit li lih.a
1 i t Ii t i Ill;m l ill t lh gh i t ti 1 l Pcki
** iili to re tilt r, lhe i wrl -it iof R a d '-
tir Ir 1- .tit ito a libut. *sil lfur this I
ii., I ..t *;*' 'l'f e pt hf l l lilm-aor see lin.lt .
"l i.* I.. '.r grl.mo hInt tlhi r wso lls si l
: '.ri ',-r' from li li hiL pr e I.e. I s :- I
p i" l.,.: 'or ti'- pl k trialln aind thl O n
kt.- ,a s I i ls s'T gi l withll him At tlh
It P. = i I --- it #I .-


pbate of Iron, illthb r alone or uinl sl ,. 1 ,i ,,I I ,. ,i su Ir I ,.i ,'i rn
With dragon's lois. he-re |n-.sha, I.M nrts ri.l ef. t lr
Good meewrahaum ist oft r'ioiuh to 11u I -, k r t o e, are ut ti 0
0e hladnted by the thiunnl nail. It 1. r inln;. .pt mwedt until h1s qor-A
Steld redlily to Uthe kLtii. ep'c'l-ially, ,
*ftw bawrl t ben wtttl. 'Ilhere ar .,I the rl.-It mi of l, ,ik Ir:n r'-
WafM elo msities. swou kituls mink lu ,:. I 's*'tw. mus they gI
1i:.t 11, tv I), 1. 41141iti Ib y ir ,IW'r
water; other n eat on the surface .- m,,i t,,. kill' f,' tle rn.t 11W
Shse* of medium density ar. irl.frr'd ., k .. i,, t ,ut smli e* piflI
by the pipe+ aker. for tbhe light s urlt | I,' .t It. :rliN!s, Il hls ,,l, sieth
tel are porvus anid rven rCtanollus .. ,. ..*s.,r- tlH.n (t,rn to
ISay jodgeW assuan tbht the liarer I ,, ,, re r, r n'el*.lr o41 t. sft.w
i la n are prlioe but tbher tio ao b b- : 1,, ,' i .,li,,i*e1 n l.,l-tre is
-Ilfe proof that eIsb is tllhe ca. A .I ; .. .lin,- ,Tu.u.I0 ir. 'i
leptive tet siay e me o nOttlornl. TIt j strt, I ; I 1lst,1.e to te t!nt. if a
ee lt IG hwli bIeerf ethibit those ,Ia ir '.. r A ft. r thils f thel **~,o
tle beslebes w'hW result from the ".-, .1.. V"at ,. crs,, ,fr of 1et i.;
fnesmceof foreign o In be n te sat- i ,..,r "..' ifrr. s ..1 f)l hlui.
W IJ Melirelsai.m Tberfiire I a, ii.. it ,'., .r g. fa welIt ,s-I of I'rs
m 5l eO r W I am 0ercaunE bowl.' i,,.- ,s I .,i-s t -rTnil


vb~cb IS ey fWsqmtly the cow. aec.
4rm -1 or an bowl is rm1.
ON Oprehblt kRe as bIb mdoI
IM is tal u to lbs bw l maa bo
W fWr see ntime o te tinl oa"se
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NEW METHODS FOR GERMANY'S BLACK LETTER.
coamparrIeof Teixa I Rcd In Prln.
InK In the Vathehrlielnd.
NATURA LIZATIN "It Is rinallcrLaIi' th 1 itfi t r:ttiel:il
_ I Ftonlillie its t:~e ( c;vrinnive l, sli: wi %-,,it: im,
Are RecommendeA by Committee eOm IIlirt. *'Flu'e i-ornitintti :t'1
in Its Report to Congress. tr3. allittitaitItit rIin

WILL GUARD AGAINST FRAUDS III'. wilptes, it is titltiil ti tiva. l:tr
E4tvr sr 4,' the f slityp of&aIidmil l iih.t
Various Safeguard$ Will be Proposed Il ook"1 lucie ht)OV ds'.'II ttI W ta e .at' Iti",as.
Prohibit Naturalization Only on Car. 1151 tht sktu i Ilos .tisvn1t1 \\1 itt Ii t taII'.II 6r
tIllliti~lt Witltthe tJIQ bI0t t 411iik Iis''1i. Vs' Is
tain Times-Cost of Wor k to be Paid net ta "ns i neireclos un irit-e ItII-!. 4'%it
by Subjects. uired (rinntheloo Ptitl it atilt, lie
man Ua iiiiiatet Is one fir tI I, .%%11*' I
W\aslhintgton, D. 0 Dv .2 -The iiiIt IAa a tlurs' Is oil' )114 It,111*4;f*i V
port of thIe Nat u aliza jti (' 1111"ta in t e In lt ininy toinyie. Advitr .~.fIr ' I* I iV 1
is out, ad recommend. a mrt)rmn cor. l~~, It-it 11o metlit:eitt1 :,hl\ali tlte11,
tiifitiate of nat U ralisat tont. .aol a but, They %itetn to reesitch tlit, ra.ii hr aimI
reau to hare charmi. I retauh hiejni luickly. iusri i'
hialf of the fees for tillt uiralization all the display asivsrti--vitienta lit liver
@hall be' I rne-d into Ithe re-s ry thus iiliiewNllitivis are' jriiitealit I.iin
.hiar~au'ter.
producing a revenue oaf riiate I itu r"So, taxo, fitIth the' corn inercl ii il
duuItile the cost of theIiai r' Notitle finaaeatltel tlIaew. Htt bre khr t'r' a ltaI tiner
will ba admitted to viii: niti hu hat I lis t a hinh s'l h tl not elittle titvit11,'it le II t
does not propo. Ito reptit., I rrc pr a 'It lphi'rl tig tool l lrly ll prh 14 ;erlii st tvxt
ontnntly and who It hwp got kiow Theri'refore' tlie e'oiniuervht al Itinll III lit-e
FnRl;i h. (arman tilliege In cit v iienr '
N.110ii at u n irat ion n%::I 1w coittf.-tred Wt 'let t a itIn Itian 111t) Ies. CiIrs' atit Il er
witijii thirty daysrtt tirieet a aire'si tll. ne'ta. thviteir gilriennlni mnti ilit ur
dential elcctio zi. Th Iv*e ,- ,i u I I t-IPIng Iilsteatert, goneraII)r n tha tittlit-' it
_______________st reestu n (litit corersi rat~'ish io flit- Ivtio-.r
Ilog ohI e'uR'4e istisl sjttitillttiqu't e'. 'ii ttlit
MODERN FOOTBALL. portr)fill 1171 111101101*4t-,Ilt 11111111

It Comim I-r iel ton tho Ftrs'ntlne, i (tib, 'eor *lStref't 11-011 titt [it iii
tiot i otat rrevin l .r e. wajim a ueiv 111 1.8111 c tInthirsi'rm iv
I is t iniot,'rils 4)4ut I I n. tiw t ~i' "A another lo~lire )f IIiteI,. lfurlerilt iif
ti"It, i'tol ) ni i lir'm the Girmainte tlt Is flit Ml t ht i rh
of tilte ro-uniai nteiis I ct-'a-, 11, hi I I til'. it-srn Igiet lui i ts I tite n'i' s -r
Ii iItt'gisn. '(his hlittls~ i ta wv fi
tortiri ltet It h t I tsk to iT im, .-it ),. 41-11r Iyn r, lttt It 11.11 11t11i(l1 little i t 0II
1rra's Uti rit.'rtslyu : i wihit 'it iat I r t. rlt.p tliag itt tilf rffe ifit iti'iio i rl til
tii iat rotv itotatsr s t itm!,rh ltl vilutre It airei Old i im' li tie neirtlil hut
virs' nwi re t hai lut wit 1,' it-. tv,, k I'l'sr nu's''it I tijirtitlitiI ii' t hu i ti
s'ntizi'ne tw o4ihu'ls'. fort iI-iit, .it or fit-i lsatotuI) tie tili 4 tnriwiii i to-itt l free,
ga tue anil ft tr its ia i a tiwi, little 41 1.'ii Ii esiil llii k 140i4'"t t 0 110-t1tu 1itt 1-i-
C reat I rtue i l 11 -1.0 li 1 t I l ti1 1 4itt t ifii ii, t o, itaiiiig t, -I* ,

site t of'filedirecst t Iii. irf tiithtith" LOJ~ NC-IA
4-Ml-41tir ai 'IiaoaiiFLOUR~ IN CHINA.
feivi r it Enl':it iltla L %%,Ii't k" it Ishails'lit i Thet-a' 511 11% "ado cofAll Atmwat Vies .r
the I18ata rvniemi-'Nutull y CI u1s a Krneupta lWh@.
niu'v it ifehtte'rs t'seorua spit sr misti oettI@ i, l it TheI *li ti sloitiie u k tILI' a'iil st4 ni
Eniti sdt'a N-n ivre ,. (or f h i'iiii c a m t c iolt) l it I 1111t) Stis eii r l
atr tthsrutre, ttu tinity Ic i'gat tie's it'rt c.Ull
fI' Ilit flit- th t-ti) 111111 lirot len i i -fr lltstI
i-tjlt ii# I enlt tt I I. i-11 ts i mutTI iltIs Iil l,' iteh r ie' sit 1.'ti


4;r444i 1-iii itus ha-I'i:jc off ilt- mair thod fit 's' . le tit is* m lt hio'fIro t, or 114411111- :4,
rs'ri. m mitit I t im- I tlnluaif' Ii g' Ia ,I fI i IIit
tiit I 1YIt; h'm r- I -. I,- III Is l 11e' u .i'a t1ithis'sl 1- ml 'trial l -t ua' .l 1 %l iit tigi t iti 1.-itr for

xr-jistita ithin l w-a i* ie ll lo lloints ths' let) Ii n. *.i-i i hsp(it-eatfe 4 1 t1111,11 Yrltlt
grititti itiit ll ai Strsa tio v itie 1-1! 1.i0r.as it tle .'mrtta 'll 4Ilf. iftt'
..airr 11 1' it -I I Ih sIl l otlae' r. e'Ott f i t' IliitH a -ithl, I lt-it osl ail t aitirllooti


talnlai c a s it at.-A I blasisloter, s otii a lear iu Igi,,watr I, Ia littittl silid a & lf sao
nthI i t- M Iilthi 1,11,41t11 mu, Welgbt Kld 'el til.t..tl
*tlInI-.i'for tho'liaa&01I-Y 114llof totlay. fir, tixok tria t tin alIla ittle eeas
"II v-.114-t0 s'iua.qisatclv of a f'orsslly con- "Agualrt tnmtu"" he said.
test I-Inti5't'I het'. istl sid'rl. seo Pf1pa 1'1- l le sa1k e .l tlrtw atb Brutl gNOW.
P"t s-nilsealleIli-tatra assure said sl wilifet -It Is ulftfr air, of ibol.Theour sof aIm
rues ittl51st itelel d.af l 11tit, riumber of 00.1"RaIl." .weet
psIapsri i nritl s'.-orlduuto III* to te sil ofl luinsrtnira ygrtmiuinl lnto) a whites, I.wloes
flies grriatmiwt ir ite' Implisfo mb-li' f The *n- Ib.'itilacn twit s nailtistirma It sonf 11 ir
Co)GItte. it Is lit. l'lmsa sli M4asts ('roe Is al a One I ,II 1II,;& e lit ii r
t hte *lai t ser it I 'strv u1011111tly too tn n it y *Ti O" a rt",' ,
strooomltg on Illet, IIIbelw Ilf lr i4wr I Owirta &: ts ise 141"1 a grvet ldie as ro.
grirtinst l'of re'i'ela tvy tlw it tahl as retaksl simor tirty or frty elti lli ro
mcaaaj a.sist-srba~i.(JfOrlgnlly I 10 mewntn. oo allowth a b a pib defoir ri
pfln!ici vk #5i rr -itirvl tou Ii it fnobll or othvr witi a ,It w aso. a thIrd lloIli a
gent Ii' lIcrsasI ar anwlie t an hod gained 41& twowit. na fiturils withitwt(i r i
ut-1.1w-fl INtmdI n: k In the- &M.481001140 of am bwIth asa 1.410 i a aluhIib a ia
armis. larb altra aud te tieof tubleoi' n... and 4 so h
liami ruptntatli.-i, awd of graritnl Sarv "All hel. as'a teIsm. d fltir' 14
amiail gI.'.e's'e t I "f ss''ompiised sam sid. -IN ('bias. WO u smi'
utsI fty kisi of SO. We nab. U'e'ir .it~
*'h sAli' i theIP seiMI j1,u fpowie. ee of~U ( Swee gwtts..- 'iii;
webr ri..4sutslt. etan' rd bw ll 's d pm.. W of sst. nutl of~ it .
06' hLe~. all et~howi rmpcrw. worthy MSS~-IIhe asi a~lt. rmake' I -- r I -
tb cthe~ c dty au- s ssetinmIrs sas1.Cb. ee IIof' .serytijni bet wi..* )'I I.,I
tight Situ.. tlfS~i BO tuskso the'I'.fi ii.. ~rue sit'. tastede-. 0'uei'

.'mbeldb m tt ei cr d grt ry. ~LIterI flgJ~tlmO
th Wet wc~ ',rn b a r d .o -ro -
vtded~ Isle Iseel Csm. Vwwlrda. 5W013rot Jh~'S 53551C

ho mmd 'hur Sink lu beep' -d litk.. .r u~,u '. sil r rrn. )Li l ((C(

bLed the form iris b ~- ge elrSm 'is .'e' sa -I*s~ 1 t
tLb bell to pial. u*.C1W tw~ heuh..I I C'a' s'lsga


mdstd at tLb Ie q IslUifS I') vi l sa


ty-l t It r sw Oin of rf ts h

as# 1i tu ,tI ,F( I tu to

51' Lrr c W iw !: eaa" . '- W
-' .'- t-lt th
rh.. t..- If *-1 1 aIl l the
pS'v-) I'. i a'~ ~ cud w we*well


VOL. XXII, NO. 273


~,rZpP~fTs;.~, -sT.~~R--t~Y--~C~sIr~l\~lZT


I


Says He and Gov. Higgins Are
Trying to Wreck Rep. Party.

AMBITION ANNULS HARMONY

New York Boss is Not Going to Quit.
Says President Will Be to Blame If
Disaster Comes-Will Have Peace If
He Has to Fight For It.
New York, I .' -, :-, i tiove rnor
tiWl.ll, ciair'na of it,. R*ipublican
State (Comirtteie. yt-terday ladlc a
statrement in whiitI hi" cliarged I'romI.
deint IttprOvelt and tk-ivrnrir itfiggine
with "a delilberail atteRnii' to wrfe'k
the li epui lie0an party if thl tstie fril
their uown pi'renial anihitions "
lie declared that it disaster e'tiisin
they. niot hIe, would he responllci'h
Mr. tklilI'ii acusiatllioti tere a part of
hil 'nmmliruve on the itlation growing
s it it the Roallat il the Republican
party in this State for h, there eptleakershlp
of thls NSew York .S:te-' seit'tbly. Mr.
Olell declartm-I hinwi.flf it favor of E
A. MIerritt, .Ir *isvtrnil days ago.
iitn Monday last 0i verinr lligilisns
catil iuti ii flarir of J \W'. Wadiworth,


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, i r
Illrd lIrllplrrd wYi^.
(iOnl of OIw' 11,1 I.Ailtlh.'l' lln.oi rfe
inllai'tl ii- d r'l. I iii tl1i 1 i \)l ii 'Tl i- itN Oft nilt
titilmi|l>. *''iiitl 14 to n r in. i ii, lg other
fil ito, llti ) Sir lierltr-t tliiii,. iilis-llh' Th'r
girre t ( ,iiil n l r li'lllghitel lii tIh nout
hee.ir iiorl.ll it lonti l u tr'', he' ount, '
ldei lnrtd, will piritiausilili stxrnggvrs
ltill, "letter thatitu aift "
After lit hlint lii isl iowiti dseaf bhe
Simlte tlhe valley uf lli'illfgnnitait, near
N hl<'ii-t, where hoe lhal mtiinel In otber
ilil hi,i|,,1lr dayl,
"Il-i,'" Il mulil It tsli friend who *e-
<.i1a111l11 1. hillst, '"I s I nlle lt d llny 'I'ls
tc)rn I Ml thpi hi,' inail linr' IlheI hrds
ro)lliuisIi|t wlitll n,' C'a )ol s lihar t
rll ,w li:l lsliluir T "
'* io." I rI r th-l flsitu.oI ItI 'st rvloe
i iltlii llte' ". \ii in (h li' y)'lhi|sh ttl I
utlie irleuilisl.r tlhl' Ilri tighllla gll ui|all
anI ,r i 1' k Ii "
I1'* I.. lihe'wsit i rtsi lit phriiem0 to have
I tli insn1iitl fir i ll tir I linllt lin of
cetqtl lii linila. it l er'llth ,s i i m clpthoi
iin is Illere. I lit w'ft.I rti 'Ilith lirdil ha4
In'.elirti hI im. lr.y hy l "oii ,I ,)i it" with
him i i hit they iintl stAie I I ly rietrib.
alltiig title-'iitn6 'Imisly tIo thli. jo)i)t her-
Isny of tht* Scirim
IBrthov ,t in it aisweI te hil friectd's
enrggat(siin triok ithli *lt ti mnli wrote
utpon It |itlnimag fi r hit" ltile' In i
"lrot(s.k Mt.!itv" 'IhI tnl what the
yellow haiuinsir mloal ltialirml hlnti to 4@.

Tihe "llwlllesa rm'*."
In tlhi,' s lel rni pul Iit of north (ar'e
llthA. lii lths iOiullil it lii e w il ls a o the
V4.. ,i .. I. I..m ... hi nsIh itae at rnl Pk.


at-v. 'e -" iIgor Oulgs ag t loIt Ia.
~aI~.11iWI4 ''o 0 1-e s It Is
m heal) s as.' atFSvsoa I ad i t oil

ott 1 litur~lg that- a --.l r1ruu timSs


unity Poiriiiat flit, to fillb rll
Ilifriiil 4 t air Ire (imLti' lv iI'w
I11 a1 111 ieiug h ih1141 isfull fAk rw $. 'a c 1 an
1i6"t walk ag41114t1a1141r1 tl iite't ,
aiwimrtia tsit a i u. r s strsioig At
Ilum.-' S Iaa6, o e-Ual 1.1 Is sa h it
Ilntl tr ii1. 6l.. 6 59'wit-tot o UiPPOS
teo fp' h1Mso 1etw e' easmaew-of dead eel.
gIV' hic-ta teavwl rlis aiout- bet In&
thelt lip rumlieho iafetitt with Ma.ln
nawr 141114 #tha11Maaaaulutaloobrmeatblum
91polmiff laurtig j the epriag lmambo
WIS?&trw te temisg.Irma itlabalialloom ht
*1I4mlatiem Mlak. mil. thr ( etair is ll l
with powivto of hair, dry bnosa, lmlal
elawos et. .whirb are Nstppesed Se S
from rrveeute casuka late OW d"
IAo I.nwtetuem In tame P p ". mw




wiv (VI 46 "we HdW 1d "d loom$ me'
sciromit rer t Ie r eirmow m#ofvi velybWOf
pie' lo* Sicw ttit'e O It .Si' he
meali mersvseiutlnlad,

5j MMg'.sbetle e04moemil.
Ali 'pi)P1ime at iamrt .wMPMOauudedhei.
'Sya3Sbel eoni mueeC avoriteirlug Iso.
so 1'wtuho'.sIei gre'TOphINOa'Tns awom'a
of5 a Ud "m.,1. 0hued. two) MW.' ola'115
gw'eustiss, sn.. ew :ns" SwsslaI. mi-lassgl 0 1,jsl*
at ark hbel toouelogo, ~a.e'-wooltt in*t Wwm-











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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. SATLRDAI\ IIDE('EMBER 23, 1


905 TEN CEN'Tls i WEEK


TROOPS CROWD THE

PUBLIC STREETS

Of St. Petersburg and Take Pos-
session of the Railroads.


ARREST WORKMEN


LEADERSi


Only by Use of Military Crews Has the
Government Been Able to Move
Trains-The Outlook is More
Gloomy.


SCORPIONS AND SPIDERS.
Poilnt In Common Between Those
LoathsomeAnimals..
'Betwe&'u the spiders and i f'orpi~ou4,
those grayibL, lobster-like foes of every
liliug thingli" Lk'h blurk uo 1I % d 11'i
aud beueatii the. dcbris of rumua, elletut,
pat lela t. giving the attug ths t k.Its a1111
theu soctkt iigj Whe V'JO'tlta'S b6e.MXi. til0t
are I, );:ufS Lu 1 t Ittt Wl. ,4 -4 F I 4;
Atlaalo, the trav e~vr and writer of 1.410.


dou."'11t..-4 vttry hloii of suckang H oI I
i4sand1, hem. fur the ws'tiw; i
doe,4 ~ iteakxr its v let Iin' 'tZc fivili NN
Imln-ttI'. I..ke v araiyf3l. bu lint f ti..
jui)Ut i thlit ta ea tsItut llItIII ti11cI WI.I 1


St. Petersburg. Dec. 22--Since noon in ifh. i'>,liii.n t'il In eahl th' lil:lin.>1'r
yesterday the troops have had pos.- o ,.r is i ht. not t it\. 11 ii ii--'.':
session of the street, especially those '1 l .ittcr class.,, wilch fa I).li te' Io'l
in the industrial sections. The rail-. of ui -'iii'lel' v Ispiders, i''. TLi.'. ;
road itatnin are in possession of the r. I', ItA ..a reI th lit".' \\0 i
m r. tiv l.ve i it l Eligla' tll t -hlri are' ip.,l rt'-
S'.illI t IUllt ol S w il'lt:y ia Itl l .i tlp lil
Wholesale arrests of the leaders cf K 1 .1t d that. ,rt If t ,fli I
the workmen were made last nit rht ,if e %., few Lut tih' lairget liact't.
It is reported that the police include ar ,**,.ir frluu tlei itr i .taks n Ill.ll-
lo their captures the members of the tl. :.. ti.'rcn ur-Ir p ir.ilu :litinlg slhlde
second workmen's council. A third wlv:,h i "all ollitqely oi )wn fr,)io tli'-
0ooncil, however. promptly took the tr'.' tfl,~. atld t" .'e lii.i-t Lbt dl,'ally t'-
plaee of the Iecond. tt4 'l.a: lr. Lt us giv the f lit'tcr lts
Moscow is already cut off from St. due E those wito wIl:t.ly coll
t.'t,' I' dilg!c't'li t urull It til i.talld '
Petersburg and with the provinces l:i,, It.f. ,tiete' o tl'tlllitll e H.
generally. There was no communlica- "l''cw r<':ltttil itiiiiulatI uI rt- In>rt loath t
tion yesterday morning a ait, lia tlit s.orlnii. Threr is at
Martial law has been proclaimed at graceful Iboauty In fltn dtiidlliest serill.i
Warsaw. Soldiers are now running iu tlhe ftrcev tiger, e', ev lIu I the blaltid,
traloi. as ps atill hoirne't, but lt h t lictorpi ii
There Is nothtling but f oltilir' 'l'h
MEERSCHAUM PIPES. crc'aturt"'s bite varisl In Itst ru-tlts. I,,.
- sibly a~c'iardilng to the c(onliltiiii nf thit
. Test by Whlch to Tell the Geln .JlaliJn it''lf. itt Irnre prol,'tlb:y tit,
From the SNp rtlon t'ilrlig to (tht of tile p eri.4 llititll. I
Once upon a timu there was a man kw \ of oitn c.a;-. f tn itiri, ali AtIaIri.
who spent eight of the Iest .yenrs of ,ll ,. it hle \la ri;'i l tetlly. Ililt irl l
hLa life coi linig a niitn ''rscithutin plle. .', il.,nioit s \\tlli,,tlt i 11 :1a1 i,,';.:i0 'l,iii 4 1 I;1
oily to find at the 'ticl u In t ihat h period ft.Ir. ; ir : lr c Ihtli: I fi. hItIlr4 li f or l,
that ih had bNtl utursiiga ii ilece of eiai,tlrt Ih Mnrio I hl a'1 :,ii
"**'nirnu kolpf" lustead ,of tle geiilulne l Ni till .. o iwirl.l \vwtiltit al i alli (If ft.ir.
'"eculue tie muer." The "'lua iitLnkopf" I|'ttn.ii tlhlii c rntiwl oil tihe- ,:illii-. ,r
Is a (v l)itpl atll h i lton ai i of thla pietrintg of til ir fi :iitil,. i,\% i> I.tl ii. tlnui o ei tIeI.i
getiuilit ilitfr' l haui U iiital a d iit lit'ral I c s**, atiid ill fir ii ll ItIf r ofa I a,;i ti
cil'o Tihe plirinigs ire trittlratedl to a 1 ;i 14 lh l a it tlif it t ti ta11 t 11 l. i
linell itt i\ 'rr, Ihadld Iu n water anuid iiold iaf t Ilh,* opcit l h ill trttc.lie ld ti t g.\.
t'l lito bhlw'ki., with or without the ad- thle stt:-i ti Ii10 ipti:rillat,' willi IIhI!.
dltlnt of cilay. nc E lh lh k Is then cn ut to gi 1 II ~'lilwini 1i I ainy
ltit) i a Iowl, i.lt us It coit tracts i -niiid- l\\lit wia. li, hmev\ r. f.ir minor r
'r;l'ly, I it Iin tl* I 'Itft soIllte tliit' to r !"nrkIailet' I\; tl heit p til'tii liiiifftleriliie '
dry This.t' hIl\vls atre llitlnguillist l wmt'h t lhliha ;a i'.i i t fI M irl-llii .ilS 14
frontl tIIl gtlolllll a llit'verl. lllll lli li. Ill Ifr \\e.ll ii, lt k li fI it'I.l tI ,11 II 11 l &lli II
greaitttr icii'tllt Krtl i at). i ll Ita i f r lat iII i t 1 IM I'll lilI I1 Ili falt- l I.ii ,( -,,L
ab.ooliitt ly i e la' iiln tIc t li.y il.' li' i l ti' th .t c !'3 li: 4 If their I.lI k .1 i I.. 1 .
real uiat r-ch.t. iiin u inu lie' t- l 1 friomi tlhe fl.i ;lig -I 'l ft I h i' fti
com pliQ4ti('on. tI I, li io *r tIh'r f.'t l : 1 l hi:. f
Iti f morm ina g a pil froir "'I.tiliia tle I .t *'r I i t'i" .,. '1i11:1 .1 t
fln r" the ,lt) ,;ate oif ILIuag ii i'-l Ii I1 re ;. Ii-tii ii i i .a I i flt' In- *' 'I
pared fur Lle cll r.ille ii tiy isoa;ikiig ii fli it :* I ,r l ,hI .> ft, '' r-,i tirne .
a (coinill ition tof a liiz. oil Hani fat; rvl ti it' : if %% iotii li ti' l il tiii it I hlit.
Tbe wax aud oil ulilortlt'd lby tlih' iillt r-
chauip are the cause of ithl dcel' by sluokli. Tlhe tient of the A l'onehtf-h:i i af rt':. it I al iap rt if
bunting tebareo causes thl wax n[lit !'r :.,' ..,.it, ,onli nitl .i'-r. ali u c'"- '
fatty suletance to pasa through the lIgih -u'-'to't *"'r fhl' mi k by lt'h
stages of a dry di.tillatlon, a a e 1 l ,- r li.. of Ig,,rni ,tat 1 1 M l.l.
coating as'-latli with tihe pro uleta e h Ia aii is through t" i 11'
of the distulljatiol of tlhe tolti'e'o, the-y c 'I a re i- iiin- .' a -st fof it ,
are diIfused tUhiutugh (te sulbtanliti of I',r h.' I Uat itl!o a1 h1l. ea l fm r i i o
tbe bowl. producing tbhow gradatlonr *! .. ', .. itlt itihl, 1. ,r m...' Is; i
of tint which are so mucll prlitd. In 'J -. ?, r g, e' ll, hil 1 ,e.. 1ia I
.1 i!; I Ier' l . fro i H I.,. i lo ri ot. p -*
sime casts the bowls are articlIally *. ,-- I'r. r't l I.. i ill" ,
colored by dilpnl them, before being i I .: 'r thf ~ k Ii, a i Il,,e
soaked ID wax. in a lutliou of sil I, I I
pbate of Iron. eItith alone or uixed l f I r rl I, IfI r.i,,ill.' t 1.
with dralgou)'a tbkxx. ir n tfh nl, ti i, l. l.
l.a L"r aa fl 'fnt E' *Irta ill aier.t


IDoermt'w(umm is Dsolrt riouu to,' '
6 e tadnta by Sbb thetbn atu nall. It t rL I- 'lr'witI Uit iae
Vedsr dlly to the knifm'. MIie, eq 'allyo I o
aftaw bal twng wetted. 'Ticeare lh r
WarM ioti. Scam' bte k is Pink in In I tt t- a."
Wa, ; otbre lIAt on the urfi it t
b se of medium density are prefTerred a., III.,! -, !-' .e- "1914 tewat MIA ."t'i "I
b7 te Qpipe makiw. tfor the liht wart.- r -t. -I."- !I'm'a 1a '
tka are porous sa d teve cavajuO us. ?ci1. I it1 ''!...t a a
WNW JudgS ammawe tht the beviwr ; e-. IT. lrlcty,.1t of rse a?
ob aro sepoa bt thr IS no b_ a It -, ?-, It',.Ii~l a I-. i.%1I.
9Mt111190 1of thatuc taawdb. A tecase.iA'h.I.'I! : mI mstlm ''-vtlt I,"'
.M ~ttl tamSmay be mettose. Mwb@ ratur, I *ta- i t~ir-is t.# liMe 0 '
oewpm bewis MWl t MG Mhlblt thOO nrI s jI At'r Iras If ct'l
41t M~blekb via r&s."t rfr ft.,, l. a.m it' u ta' ''


WOM M CCf fa'at hO Is Stheosat- Il e'tlu r t-' r lgu'ee o '' f' tit. ,
M in'ffw U. I'hw ore h mucha I .' i '-'l r tr- n. with a I -f ,r ,,I'
ftwi em w Sn a n mu aum bowL nr'sc* b '.. a I "w 'l k
Wbb IsrwY freqtiY them.a t
te"o or the bw I r biis ge. mdl
NN WPfbIbi. 300mas ma blm hdo I
So ADWuzett wrebr w Mebal Jib ba I $fA11,0f ', "'' "i t'
Undtar aeubm tlrnSOwbdanO N as ft ch - w. oo fI -4! ,
emmb faase -.Ne ~rr t Pm. aV4h aas i a'" 't i' '

A roel o was as -' -- .I 'r i''.
mobw Nwsaw t 6 WidaS *% emovuIt 0'" 1treaif
AOW rL Pd m p ls ea *'.tl'w suit M od* .doe
be ad& V aq m Lg ~ l..f t dam' IltL. last tr -t ..
*jme.cup tul ft.'i*'e akega.
to m-w subwo f rspedran ib vb tp* r ,f!
IS 5 ug rl. t'i'ad~r Isav.rlrup te'4 sat'r. eittu '
,O m a w a P be T IW t e 4w d u 'A Ie -1l.611110 Irit, It I
wm bm Uft Mg"oat.' goodSPIteveWoolf"9fully as I- ,
Sue-do" m@d -i d ow a m' lefrty frwat )l.'-e'w

a~ ~~~' 4- w1owIm aw4D84a itrm-t
4MV 0 be dw .(
Irr' L& A


NEW METHODS FOR GERMANY'S BLACK LETTER.
Com.parlotmm of Textm I med In I'riit
In I., the athlrrlend.
NATIRALIZATION ..It i ri'rLIl' 'lt Ao"' r:i't,- il
,, people atlti t i 4 nC'rellmali 4sholi'lull ilt ,l>i.l'
to iu's thilr lill dil lilatk litter," a~.a
Are Recommende by Committee Jt'rone iirt. "nTi 4 ;.rill'l ti.,t l\
in Its Report to Congress. ; nl. "lia ,,'n rtiil rrti, i .
Stylm"elon la, I ,to io w e with l *ti .i,,,
lirn"*8 it%, t in til.4 1, ll0V1 \4 ltlli lil1 t 0ll lll
WILL GUARD AGAINST FRAUDS nl.waeSpilpertn. It Is tltlttilt to dtile,.r
Ever Clivet tihe days e f '4 lMiniis nlllii-
Varioul SafeKuards Will b)e Proposed l:* IIHVPe b4i1i t4 lgl ii t o0v t Ilti V) ItlMiva.
Prohibit Naturalliation Only on Cer- ni t lt hoiiilhatl x l ch it rsti.
itli ,'u1 lit w ith the limlo4t iqlki i ,i 1ii%. cl,1 r
tain Times-Cost of Wo ik to be Paid ntm nn, pil vi o a 'lhL tihe tc,, t "l ni
by Subjects. Iltl'rdtl frrtin thtc' i ltllt i tllxii tiw w tI (:'r


Wailahington, D. 0 ltcI .'22 -The re.
port of tthe Naturallilation ('CIiniuItrll
It out. tidl recommendsil a at;rif ril cer-
tifiiate of naturalisatliot, ll I a tlu.
reau to have chargm.
Half of ttie fees for tiatuiralitztion
hall be tiurind into thie i r t.a:iry. thus
producing a revenue of itiire. thau
duublei the-cotl uf lthe' w irk No, otll


1111m11b i t IJtIiia t'et i n uic' car tii t t*.fir I, :
It IA. a ratilur..is mreN~l 1* jII4 iu
lit inaty waysAdvor! I" r

T1hey v. tint to rt'at.lt tho 'r'e'al.r ai; I
reat-ti hinm flulekly. um1
a cl the disilaly aidlvertl'twat.'tl Itt 44cr
1111111 111'W"Impen at' m- utr Ianii lcrl lit I.at in
chartit'c'r'm,
"Soc. teat), wiith the rommae'rchl ani td
fnaie il n' ielinglem. itSckbriakhtr.4 urm iti they


will be admitted to cit n.'c'iphiip Ithaln chani is t, n ii t tilet mi I ni 4tI it .1i
does not propose to r-e Id. I ere p er* cialipnrltig hIdly printed <;eTrimita titi
manei ntly, and who EngR l sh. (Germin liillle. IN lirtw I ni t'il) lItI).
No tiaturalization l it:1 I conllfrred net tl li n Ittl li t1 ) l I tlrtit ill\er
wihin thirty days rirtece.iidai a P'r i. tlliittii ts, llit tter ipl taiiten nlni l ilevr
denial t-lec'ion. Th, feeT wi ll Ie $7. tlsliig l mteri g, r \ illl y th, vI. ,i ., io
oitrt-t o n tai ali' ct'oarlir s!gitka. t li, Iti-r
Mliuu alll t"llt's salitl Otllllllitse's. a etai e'liii
MODERN FOOTBALL. orar'y iru1. su h *ii. No T.irouii
it lntiure '.' the ri ,te' nins. 'hW kIta'' or 'lo'r-strt 4'cltaa'd.' )l linealri) a i
lt I .m II t remth t.l r t'-er .. waI)S 11i4 Ill I.tIlti c'hiaraic'v-t
1.1.1 inilI..nit fo.t ra l:t Itaiat' .mothert prar f of thI ltinferlortlly tof
etl I .nir ro ll, i fl it, ,Ili the l c lll tllrt l I Ili fi< t t hirt ni nrll
Lat',i. tria\ el teo n'i gl ,l ft the, Italy I ll lerm nli t'itIle .o ri lai n pirt, itt.1
of Ill(1. r l- n >1111 < lt 1 It H It- i0 i It litt( el, 'T ilN hai la na ti Ilit e.lint fl or
trory i' .i i lick to wi roei A' yetir eli t It 1i. i hI l IIttlI fle-' t oAil
recent i yll. r si'ly : l' i ', not milre I the I rintinig f thooki of ai gA tiitrnl uit
thianit f'ew votiirtpln if l ':Iy) f'tlt, ll fttir Ilmiiiiimr' k thil imilh I to rlriiarl tlilt
ir' iiW llr thtlint w \ I i i, t 'tliik I'lir l .t'i e l AiiNlrpe it'le it, for lite I iti'g *i illt
'rltlinl ile lithl*t for tai.' l in 11 ; !, i llof' llt l.lri li t 11 (4 l t'rii at1. 1.11 lt n11 f.i

re t tli'ilin i i I' lltrl i,. ',,'lelli'e l i, r i,'r.it
f'nl lll hl -oiii l, >her( ;,I .. "it I ',; It w aI
oim, ofA tli t, lre't i ii,l- orf thillt lhilt
it..ai. .All il tie '... ,'ii,, ,r I i,.,m t, FLOU H IN CH INA.
fe'lA'r iii l: it.il,>lr hi. l t 1if I ntie' It The.r. h I. a M de' fl AlsAmnes I:'e.I.
the Italiamn rnettillll r. N'ota only dhi di, lie 4 ,etp( Ai lm, rr
Itulli of hltter omlit overt tu iilt ttlll it 1i Thi, I'htlit,,ie ,,ci, i.I. ttlik ti- eiiil if nl


saw ds is
So ma -Y~+ s I'


Uj


ThI~a. Is (~YI i ii scelJ*e'e
tor tam or tebuvle I* tab go,
P'sttOr f, et5'..*'11's
At ^E


0GV, ODELL HITS


AT ROOS


EVELT


Says He and Oov. Higgfins Are
Trying to Wreck Rep Party.

AMBITION ANNULS HARMONY


ty to -a 'ti upS ll pei' .c~ t~ rritlsalCt


! lIe- .a" la I' l' i tat @7M-
'al'.I I w.eep*itab~

PrW toItICe I'' aiwi u well


rOL. XXII, NO. 273


ILd~LYL~q~I~L;II ~ICJ~L~dlLYe~ICIILII YPIZ d ~Y-lLLag-i+~iiIrrCPL i-~.


New York Boss is Not Going to Quit.
Savy President Will Be to Blame It
Disaster Conies-Will Have Peace If
He Has to Fight For It.
Now Yok. D-, .,-'-Vm~ii ;iiiisrnor
Well, chain rman 4 '?te'l~t- Roublicans
State (Xunts llt tee', yc'.telvatily 1na11dea
stateiflert in ha wIt-, ehis' clared Proosi.
dentiA ioociroyelt and ujaie'riiiar Ilitigatu
with"a deliberate attenipt to wreirk
tltt' ilepftlblioatt party ofttitle State' for
thpai r OW ipii Iu'rstniaI Sitibitoras "
[ie declared that it idisestei ritoliome
they,. tIto& ie.winuld be' Feop1uticitt'r
.Nr. (F.hihll's asCoulIims wrre a part of
his voitiintent on Iph P.tttion ,growing
out of Ithr ctttl h iii n oRepubilean
party In tis t'.amtcto(tiptIle sOitealtoralp
of the, New York S:&t.' ssietn~ily. Mr.
4) le' declart-ii hiaaiteIf lit favor of
A. Meirritt, Jr pesie-ral daya smu't.
ills Monday last 0(si'v' mor HIigginsa
'tic0,l1 it1 ftvor of J. 1W. 'Aadowori It,
.1 r
RiseS Inspired Stoats.
One 41 fill-111,11,1 1,111()1.,i1' I avenvol re
Ifleln'ttl we't 'll (out II t,* w r tii,,%4s of nit
kltltlinl'e3 Ii'alitioltieS g cti, ituttitiug other

Sir 1ts eirlat-i iota a i t' hu t thele *'i 'rho
gre'at utiraper dcull'ihlilit III the out-
cwir % ti il. HO 1e Il% eel Ii tree., he oince
declare'l, with purelcit tl e' e',11% r wi .
I Ilt,il ''hotti-r Italan a mar
Afitor Ishld e taaiviaq'ci tue haic'tte e'af be
I nltatteti the valley a4 ut I tlllonutndt, uiees

aeiel tie llli' daysu.
-I Ic-." '.'lie-' ma letip aflitpe'f rlceud whili et-
caoltlalital11c a atllia. "I 01111c4,Mc4,l hai 'l'l.y
lurnI 1l4 iiattlihet yii ,' tua lie'rs', 'thebIrds
rol110411% iltlamea. ICait ) 1)11 tliver a
'II( '' la aIIIa11r '
"e. iriole' Ilas ir. rit'i. #in flue' (otiYPr
lIee ole'011 f. IItal lialumyrllliahePO7 I

mid iii. k me''
I(,-'hI-eI-i'ees-eilusrtalaa jalruatses toa have
lee-i ci mcia gl fior ait re'. mi iaultalerof
e'sertmIn Ilrelm, hliet l1e'i'tlw~vilam atictbld
%Itot n tattro,' loi lswhl i t- et 'Iltie-' hrts hodS
Inmiclrest iltls. 1 tahayBid "'roimp i sect" with
11111 111a tha te'y lind 41-110 IIt ley 1edarailbs
titt g nat.'. pteemlim alomm listi' i yotibar.
1111111) of thase'spite.
Ill4eopthevali Its *iimw'r tio, Pileofrioada
ougge'nffteit tiaook Iliae'mitle' situ rWV
taIselti It aIa iamseseiliefear Me, 'flutie In th
"Blushe mo a cgrir" '1etoi "no what tb
yal~o~lew baaterBnllese e tito 4a,

them 'Ureaehlb CAtee.ea
In it*.' w oehirti t at ut 4 iorhaCar.i
jitin, liea Iti l ic iii,'. rii)Ia so lb.
I Is luau sla-4 litp miteR remallrk
aif.!-, litewl I, %AvLt .5le i It Is
e aitl"44 1i. V I' i Clla ptse ca Is co
141111) atat 4 li. I 1.11iaetural eUf
Uemi flopinitag lii'a tHi..' IstwAaeub
ou etitfo'i l ea It h i ieja fia '',ztall Iti which
is omo stroinetagleast is full grepw isaI,'-can
ueul wolk agetiat sI, ItawlI Iwia r Islip
Israim cft sitfIs 0l"lissilly truitg At
11114.2 a ilemat Wlea'lt tar Ia s itflsl
letw flieltt thee astere, which toIs epposed
~it too- fritua1th9e'ene'aamwe of 4pimd Sabl

billed by eusilugtil astcoimart with the In
rwr wislits apt tw broali), rrblos
nabos elo ule dhsitg th sping ahesiadila
au~cnth v Ioseid f Uro ephrtse Pct t.
eIxalaii ?Ib p .P ISMO, tthe asi ise 1ed
withlt. pllrts of hair, dry bnes. OM, U
awe, pit-. owbrb atar suposaeed WIle

146a a mnacetraim Isa m"su Paw" N
boval crha ,Tle4 rn OW 'So ho as
pierf fur teI %& ror~ ot .tstlyb me
pscullerilte, htbt wIo) teUy tt? If



Au, tihlt ItS. e1'aark esmpme,wtes hIs

Se f.Aav' tag g'ree-llg~om 'Yak. alase


'Af .e.'b bell ma, elu; ltsaap.'c 'p a IwSk


Engl tid' cen'i e'- r ,f le'aI-Iag iiei u cri i 1 I( ,, lilnto n is111uall I lru.1 bIl
ate othtr't. but aitiny ar a oeif r t t r 1 |,t1
ti' it trlls t l. t > llill pin l'i. e of l lle 1 4 .. l. .1 Ic, r tr, ti a l.
culltr vih it 1 i i -I1 *Ilit iv m of 11 T ht.. I. fall, , rm,. ip r r l i I. it
't1l o l ue a w- .. lI I i I'14' a' h'- w- oi V 1 I l ., i. ) f ni l .Iit i at(r!t ,u'. at
4 re'.r-< .in. ,g of tf l f- o rt li,.l 1f9 g il,,.utl. ai t ri t t ,ril. caf |o.I nlitr a I .I1
tire'il im onail it ,i' I IItai l ta nt ga'irs ll1 ),i
nt II lyI piia I .#' pr il nc lp t 1t lori nitlie t l i, ( ,ai 1r, s i i Il ne tle oe Itlir l

wi rtte. li(,,u p Hi ull of Ith l'altl i o I ,'ai I ll 1,111. il l g'et l 'r' I lt.
4 i'a liaio P'Mrtgi a ill I' ri ll ,n..n-i liht ilak | m It ',.i i4 i,, I l, l p 1 i loa.'i
froi wI % hi.h li t h- line illv llli fig lhe- I i ,i ,1. ,:. 1 tIll. ir s- ii t l riil rllllun
g[luotlil wi il l Vwi f rie fl trhps h olatii U f ir !' is, ft..I ,of thl earth 'lhi t l* tnle
q ritiir- 1 tah- I. wha ofa lantilir, ont i 1. ifi l li i" v ti r. Is **qtil l ln ait oiirlili
Itliiiig tan Itlndat bladderr. sul aipar ,ll i It r r al puitouiil alid I hailf o
tilly %#i le ti I' nt in lllse, ihtelh IIMt l ri ~l t licf "
lashllipe of Ihi Itiigy 1all1 oft tmlay. 11*. I, k fi.,m tniu a littleIo e r
"11 l< Ii a c-ii,,-t.rl atof ra frisully cion- "A ill I i nste'."'' l* miald.
test |I it il esnt **I|a nl c i'ds i o f pla ? T i Illtt l r.ake wai rlteb and gollnt.
era 1ileld ,u hi:* s ai utre d ira 4 h'itbllr *e I is I ae *Ir. i f ti he flour rf aim
roieen luea uti',l retls TI mnttiei r i f olert." a s" tall Ia- "6e1freshi sweet
plits)-r iame ril n W crdllng i to ll sI *le of I sli leiaas guitar sl Into a white' lMwilif
Itlw gri.o li, or It.- Ilniortanial-i' of thi son tlto 'e'i I~lit a nilliltoiae : Ii' In I or
o (lllta i itl h i 'it ia an ll Mente r 'rN* l a IIs afir i- t s j II.. i i, ,! air
t ew sl011te' r t%*1* I l t'l)1t) ti iai ll) Violav n **.
iltrmlti whi i' on hli. ntI.ii oitle i wl oTt ...u he Iflt d a great 114 slil re
groeiirail t i r 'I 'r..tl tfl y l totally( aIs a Ir li- str lt thirty or forty ertiti, r
ti )i k a silllfit arb Origintally tle ei ntsl ow filllu)l Ith a plnk flour. luoi
git. i r. tre r I ,'lirwd to lie* of noblel or br willh a illow ,our. a thirl w ir w
grietlr til,.. a' r l'h asi hianl gil led d41l. brwn rm. a fourth with a aliir a
lim tri. ,1l. ri : kI" In thi' prfe. OMsle of tith with a patle gre1 a slath n t Ili
arlzti F',Vabh 1i: ,i la ls to o t r of ubsablea. bils. and meo ,m
llretl repletista lla ld of g ,ra-fnil I ure "All llsem r* ste sblm p floar'p h.
astl i-m**-f'l" ",f as-'ot pllabd Ma. s- id "I a 4ll'b Ir, wair U sil r o,'.
ir4 rr tMy kklos of lwr. We make lstir ., i
"In a44lt illt o lt ie actual plays" l potatlo". gt of OWt post -* 4 ..1
weren't i.rA .Itat. sitadard l rwT tL. f peai t Pf rwirtai. a lof 1 C: *
Jtlitl b lnsii.;ir. p em anid oLthi OWIt of pli, IMO of cats. cilt r- 1s
oftll isle all thtUt rLpra% wp ertbiy maM--tige fait I, Si.r we Mel ftl -ir I1
eof tiher ity a I fvflr Ula atUbeor.' C Ci outi of pilrtllnig be il..,.'t. fr-
i'fln jtuti t i -' % f th p ie r we in ta 'fa!t., *lr, we -tit .i trti'l. aOl
tiglat littl.g lraWro Wd tusle oif itersoft i the arros ,dry tarllet biflic
eill w*:th f'i.ereds eap, all 0*i *f Wrtelt t *~ens.f to uI l'.., *l
emrtl sa gold c @ad aOl. Ll.OtNr & t Hllettal
lab l wo re w, 'it Th I e mal t -w .re &.
vl linto f, r ia F' rearward **J*il*" *Do'o* -l ch
wbumw p Oc t am' Io dv ta teelwll J,' *e** uwI l -'., *.rW
llto.' wl4 wise wwft w to klep theI *ti kij a-e, *'.710 e't i,
bell its play al.tlea moA h *tM* na l tit L re I .' rt-u'ral
bitrj ae for. f4 I ns t o f6 rotr S n' ,. .4 i ,.- ,,f U.l

i w' a.*V k1 rIee sad p ylaId .i* ," ,' 1 -.I *.er ts *e.'
*strw agi t n. *?t u'l, Ia sd Ilsl k jn l i. ifet*aw ,i .li ,J.* aI I to so be
ptael at It a. fr tae ry. I lltod"7, to 1" a" "' mi "ol" *' 1l ltr-
p the Ie . **em Iel al. i, e e I '* lt l!t.'e '. iti
I im_ o,~o f ag t I. ttip ,'1 I r1 A;A afl a ** V .I
a '* I I < n, *i 0 4 i ** *'l i e.'vr i .
.. Ae 1~. I il f4~ i 0ef0#,t car e ii ha. I., 0 i'l
o Il g'*** *v I *l.t ow'hoamw ' a"at i, 1, p il i, t, I 1 r.gl aws '" t'oswm
M1rA y wit i'ia vryMl i ,.=.


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TOL. XXII, NO. 273


TROOPS CROWD THE


PUBLIC STREETS


Of St. Petersburg and Take Pos.


session of the Railr

ARREST WORKMEN


oads.

LEADERS,
I


Only by Use of Military Crews Has the
Government Been Able to Move
Trains-The Outlook is More
Gloomy.


uAINESVILLE, FLORIIDA. SATURD .\1. eI'EIMBEI 23, 190o


SCORPIONS AND SPIDERS.

Potato Is Common bel 3.5w Those
LetsIbom Animals.
'-etweeu thLe pide'rs aind sorIliowk
those, grayibtt, luobterlitke fws of tevetry
living 1 i;1g. hwich lurk lu old a i
aud beut-Litiu the debris of ruiuui, silviat
l):1t!%-litK!% ilag tile SIAL11 t01.1t kL.1k IW I
the~u .uckuigl the vio~tlw's b ~;rxl, there't
are 1.:ut~ iit'siucm ou," 'Arote4iI .t
Altialo. I.'thotravefivr taud writer tit'Li ''a
dou. "1 -Iiii, 'ry habluit of suc1It I-n 1.1- )
i4S Imh:i rkid I- thelm, for the I wiprj I lw.t

doUsit it tvareuihts i mtinii'~ ssailtt1i%,,i,

Lu)wh i i )I uiiiii .'thait of spiti.'r, It hii


St. Petersburg, Dec. 22 -Since noon in th. ..i et:;. iil in eIn tli;i nu.'r
yesterday the troops have had pos- of I eigt 1it. not .si\. asr in iit'A t-s
session of the streets, especially those '1't1 letter cla'.. lhict h foitli lthe' I.,'tl
in the industrial sections. The rail- u. 'h *i' 's l'*;*'r p.iders. uri.' c.r at',, .iy
road stations are in fpossesgion of the rh r i ,i 'ri if th i h liti %1 *' .,
mlyl r v Lvetl ill l igh ttiil th et' ar, -pi lr
military.h run -l wt
Wholesale arrests of the leaders of t ,t', ,.u that. a, aip.rt (I the, all
the workmen were made last night of w\\ f ew ,ut liti' Itl'rgtet l>.et'ct
It is reported that the police include a'.e -..,t' tre fro tlei:r .] I. L I n i Il.


in their captures the members of the t i.:..t twr, ar > I' :Ira t, ing spli d ieri's
second workmen's council A third tl:,ih .aill olliquely .lown fra,)u the
council, however, promptly took the tr','' trio ahid t;ihse mit, .-'t bt' do'ally th
place of the second. t ....' .:',r L.et us gitec thet spiet'r It*
Moscow is already cut off from St. duk' EIe" tli-l s'" lI' -lv '4 itt
S.> .l It. dil',>g'ft grt' l::e It the' t.ulnd
Peteriburg and with the provintces i.t:iE' a,,,. utE,,, te u t'' iha lItesis..
generally. There was no communica. "I'.-w tre.':tt.d aiitaimIls arv iiaort' loath.
tion yesterday morning .-,,:n that tilthe sc.rp.o. There is it
Martial law has been proclaimed at gra.te'ful Iteaity In thI dtatdlit'est stnak,.
Warsaw. Soldiers are now running iu the t-ierc tig'r, even ii thi ti.tt net
train aips i inld hlir'I'ti but i tilie l torp'I t
II there is ni(othlling h t fotelllie Tlhe
MEERSCHAUM PIPES. cr,'ature,'s bite I arleh In Ite rteulti. I".-
--- -- asibly .ia tortling to th(e' roditlin of tli'
I* Test by Wbich to Tell the G*uine ,,.J'rpljn )|ItsIl. hit Im tt,,wo iorp ,tlh'y in.'
From the Npurious. t.i'tliig to tilat eof thel I.ls.,lon blill,t. I
Once upon a time there was a man know of one o(ri- tf ai ttnll, u An i-lt
who spent eight of the' bestt years of ,.It hI' i w 'I r;I,;'ee te,.i lily hittlni byi
his life coloring a iae'rittchaltn plpr'. ,.i',r,i,,ns t \ itliitlt on 1 illy V' ,,':,ilii il:'
only to find at the tidl of that period fte, a ire'i n ti r :n n fw I .ur (s of e.
that hli had bheitn uursingi I pilee of i's:.frt. Ie MIns i >''' ii Iha e I .'i lui.ls
*"na'i!mt koifte" itistead of thei Re uilne h tiill, ,r >iiri.riots it luit ill( of fr. i.
''"eun de le uisr." Th'e' "tuasi iikopfe''" l'.tt.t;i Iltitt r ;l on tihe l' pIllli ,
Is a is tinpo-itiiai iiando of tn li.ariliog of tliher Iai:l'. i I' lit l., iii: ti.j lI tll t,r
genlinif ite''tr'scai'halutii tili : 1 mineral l ., atind nill Ior t ilintrie r of a it!. ,i '
c'lu- Th, mpariiigs are trit tirattl to a I a I s t |. l ,, it tilt tinh t. li:t tih' "L.,iI
tiu. # ot ili'r, looiledl lu water aned mold- of tIhel ot-p n lihaiiinl titrltel tige ht i .~ig
kel 1itlo bloklka, with or without thead- t lie ,1t.1'.' t iII i a -a:r'han''e with i1Itl .
dllit,, of el.iy." Eanch Iilaxsk I then cut to r t IIts ,weitis, i ei I II lny.
lihto I l. I. I',sat us It contracts 'olniill- "li\ hat Sl,. hii evrr. f.ir inore' re'
er;;ly' it iant-t I l tIt sonit tiImeI to t'r'nrkatile at.i tihel lati it Iliilfftere'nc'
dr.% Thl-'l.,", h \ls I ar.' lllistingul'shidl wl:h i' ilh 'li I ..inig froll thei g utllltlll' ll't, es'l 'hi N a l l.l li) thi'Ir % ,iht tit w\olrk I s tr.. t.lIl t.a 1 1tll hln s ,
g ro' it i>>' atl'olnlri.y <.ertal i lt --t lby \w lhiihl th,' thl ? b. w *- lt.,ir Ih k. ui t o
reul Site*' a. h.iumi l':iU l' t, l ftrali the f.il' t I t f '. ti *. ,,' ft
col positi n. t 't s ;i, 1.t'r i te rt fi't ;: 1i i:., f ,
In for fii:ig a l'l frtti "% ill l r, 1, '1 lr0V I I I:,!n t': ... I : '
Pr" theb l s .i lit of lu gI kti' : i;t le lire' I 1 I, It it1 : ., I- I t If,- i., I
pared for iLbe opt -ratiotii y I i) eikilg ti li 1 i ts :, f I i '' t. I I,.' r' if ;r
a (%Jllll *iton1 of wil uil ixi fa u.l rt l". t it .i t 'i tt ',i e t i thali i to l,lt.
The wax aud oil abmtsolld i. th tlie r- ----
schauk are the caute of thte c'lor pro- rhe ls.Idlmn". l'rm..hm.
d <.'ed by smuokhig. The hit.lt of the A lp'chilfhna' I' at foea.t e ',! It l art ift
burning tobacco cvaulet tho wnx uial tit , 11.;ltlttit 1$ -Ullrl..l on .''*,s
fatty sulb tancvs to |las through the "'n,"" e% I % ,, '" eI r thl- t i k Il y th'-
stages of a dry distillation., anl, tae lowhi .r I.4. e,, of Igli,,ratI liltin .
coming asime-latesd with he. prlluct's 1110t I s lai1 thil ughl ito io t k
of the distlllation of thill tolbe,-''o. they t'l'g fto ro lilir i l- e n p e 1 of i ,o,-*
are diffused through the ubmuta.t.u.c of tor It'- I apt u ita a l tul nit, l fs t r l i .
the bowl. rodut-lug thole graduation ei, i., -. i11. ietI* *et oe, ,tr t o.* i.a
of tint which are so much prized. Inu 'lII I, I,,r [- ," m llit, Itih', em0l ni I
somae casm the howls are artlflcially it,., I ofrt ont. f' ol ,. h I.e ,, ," *"
colored by dipping th tem, Ifore being 1 a.1, r th' !ek it a l Viv.,
ahked lt wax. in a solutlho of sul- ke'' It,,' i1 m s alt himt At ,,
.n,, l of tlh 1h1 ri da If (hl |.:1itl !<
pbate of Iron, either alone or mixed t i ,- i I.
in l io n i 'lr I. tI.e o-rder Ia g .t' i t, I Tr,
with dragon's bloud.
are n I'. h, -ha l ir in ; ll0*.t 0
Good D erfo 'hium Is si oft enough to I *-+ a a : L -h,, t lll'. ili .' ,
s Iandentedby the thnumb nail. It tle t.It ear : rti. rte' i r
Welds readily to the knsifoe. e"tplcially hi Lo -i
after bavtig oben wetted. ThereA are All lt rat ,., , .o at
waulm dnstlesB. Ioosne kinds sink l to n l I.st, it, -I' t
Water.; otri I eat on the surface r th* ,.u alr t e *, r
oe.ofediwam desalty are prefer ,,i ,I lltl ,." t ,o, rit t .i .,1 *I ,t,
aOJok t' -,t t' 'ttat w i lt s t -r .-I
by the pipe maker. for the light varie- firm? ItI.N f.i .- t i., e h. ,,e at :. ,h
tie are m orou and wveM casvermous. I pt1, 1- 1a at.... i-le. ,.a.:, T til
Many Judgef aeum that the bMtalr t,,ed l. u'r, r i ,- r i,r'l.,'-r .,f i ', .- 'e
taro s pidirltoiM. but tierIs Doab-U te.11 1 t :- i I".1.I,.. I I. I-t: I*'
stllht roof that stert is the tm a. A lu.It t',,l i :zht,.. aPIl ItI.' ,,, III r i.-
aUTrte ta ty be motloolad. 'Mleo llIu*l I idsInl mtc*e Is, Ite .& a
CspMoa. llWh Dvr exilh11i thbloibO Iw'trHl ItauAt A'tlr thi. If ft'.. *
tle blelalMbe wbhli r=ilt tfro Se ni.i ., f .. h s ,. .; a lef. ,'f g"'! .
Sat for5 t *l l be i b O m t- |lt.,ett.r ,,,t 't.l rlI e- *'0 i ".- f *r Is.' .
1 ImWb Tbwort If a abld h,. '. .'r gi"." we,-ll t ,, I Pr,'
emboh mecwr la 1 M1l b WL ue wul hI AI, k 1 *. .se*-. *'
wtcb 18 very frqa'stly the Cesa, the- -
sutaamm at the bowlk6 is ered
WON 3r51b USt b hl^, A 9't ** NSl Pr'dod
M4tsow atUnlta he bi d bowA b e' a
meo fort sue tlase es sa" t to was Sae i t 'w"o "'l t '
*ich salls -- New Ty T P% t. a' 'c w, '&V. '
A5 ii'sa''af aur af I'.
neter idge was eo g a o et I..-s l-r *. 1y Th.u '-*. I
l1 tt14 i'rt. i y t*t l ffl at'ras < f. '.*.*
wo wed hber p evaety a lae w 9-11e0oilog ?'sJuter and a fr..-ai
be." sea., "by a qe- tln Gt iM t l> hde11sul '.a lrtr9 te tI .. ic,
rp. i ud tley wre tkit'-c a *otr., i '
1 had mWid to her Io se i agm- ftr* Ietirt fr tbl alal., w.** # -
in moin a mgI fried l e'ereIstIly "t oll- lt. ew ..et
g' W pm d edly dg1 eta- s h'I es satAI p i
to- W g b a eit,' eand 3tter r eAllI-y a. ha

e g ingg amgg i* WfUgeaUS ae dUIn twI V pAe A


NEW METHODS FOR


NATURALIZATION


Are Recommendea by Committee
in Its Report to Congress.

WILL GUARD AGAINST FRAUDS

Various Safeguards Will be Proposed
Prohibit Naturalization Only on Cer- I
tain Times-Cost of Woi k to be Paid


GERMANY'S BLACK LETTER.

C'.mpautmom 1 Tritc' I med In I'rint.
Iinu In. the' a tlherinud.
"It (la rt'iztaa.:0ti' tml :-Ail'4 hr,.!it-tic:

to tise' tlwinr tIllinl lilm-k lct tcr.' a."
Jeriomei. I lart. -rii.(' .rmtta it- i
itozly, imil wit'n jo ri kttzit.'il (r ott a
ty~. il'os Un'lialler w~ilth It .ii NJw-I
pri4e's.as'i. as 1.4 Ow vlne' .within -t ~!doil
ile' rlullc~l \'l~ 1 14k It le i llllitltl dO. ( i i:,, t.
Iver itieI, 'tlt- tI a3-?4' of I 'ailfh n ii1'a
lowshla .e'te d'e.'41la~it. I h tit it~ '~luas


tili wi ll a1 it iet I tAi'alonta ar,' itit lIi%t CS I'l


by Subjects. PeI ,I l' I T1 Ihem' 4tilI1,1"1!it -4t1111
naaali1 alliletli~l,'t las II~ (iIe' e )il' lii \ s~'a'.t i
W\'ashington, D. 0 Dec .2 --tthe it a rtillurseIn sh941'mat I* wit
port of tl.e saturalizalto, i (at ',iaIIII tte lIt1 1.11Y a.A4tI-!! .I' v.it
is out. midt recommettt. a at 'A ru cor- jlt.i. 11:1%4% iotti *,'itillt,iat hiU-1 nt1111-111
tifli-atc at fnatuaralization. niit Ia tiu- Thiey %%itnt to n'ttt'II Il, ie.i icr nit
reau to have 'harap. re'etih hInt eitluekly. 'l'?eivrvlere int-iiiv
half of Ilt' fees fNtor rr iralii zation ll the naoert i".a-mtI ltt or
*thsil bo turnt-d into the t re %Piiry7, thus sn1111" sIttlot'I" aim-'JT' 11"olited ikiItn
eLroducavimr ua r.'v.nti of wore t ela ri't'


deuiblet' the'cost of the' -A )rk No tutie
will bs. adinitted to tt.er-~ that
does not propoetoeS ro-eP d. I tote per.
mi~ent ly and whuo ii vt kI Lki(Wow
Eng I is 4
SO Lit uralizatioD : I I Iw Conifired
witkijii thirty days girvot'.ilig ~a Iresi.
dtential te-let'ttuai. TI '' us kI I I t.$7.

MODERN FOOTBALL.

It Coin.. I' '. (Lb tertivirtns I,,. .Uk
t.iotit Freoi .revu .
Ill trl'eli'rt i fs I r ti,'ltfll 1. '


(of II4 IrPIA114411 kilt, t!A j I d -, it, II!A .
tort N i. ItIiiick to atw. 1 ;i-vI-',' A
r'.'rat t %% iller klittym: I';-!1-.!'1'.i t IIrli 'n
thaiia rf-wIts ti tirl e t i I : r % II tii
are'i t uue' it live' I' 'N *.' It'-I, tli-: 11,11

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caliiofaro' l t'i s '' 'II 'I -I e o .e i et citp in
it l l caiin' t ce Iil- eatsto Iv Ii '. att e*to
ittr,,'se' rt,'w 1 .g w iy Ii. artitie~ovl foIg

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fro III m It ji- i liti1r r Ill%1411111; 1tie
111-1 ti I ii"-I . Wn% Off I ."eetl'r. eai
talaionagaln ludieti-Abladdo-er, suit aimoar
eiit v mii not e f ta'il- -sv lo six-,t te lic ta ni
-1i I t Il esg o'a 1 st a frilitil I eon
tr' ot 10.1 04111%.'ea saPl ti-411 1 'o f gallay
gorn vai 'nl noit-il0 Idmacrs and 'harra i
reu t 1.1 cit u amid reels. TIlt,-'s marialwer eof14
11Iale'ru nri.lo Ii" artl lug Ito I itie also ef
IIvU,6li.! 'iIr 1' .o Iriraan Lbe
COvito' I Ist. f i 1* C e1 Sontia 'rca".
t1b.' 41- tote'. ioi c'.1.1*' s, i oii isc set o ven
str's ir fo lail"p '-it fo- Ilit.Ile e,,w i o.s 0 'Iti

lall) an 6. 1111 'mdi (Irgansily ts*
co uv tI-a' rl tol eeIse4 uoolie
toolge lia el-olluorit at.i &taommhrall gained 4dia.
mile4 hti,- fi'oinl I'n. itinIn lio. pt'effgestma uto If
a ruit 11,1'm 1h i V1.111limit Itool1W eor caibleowu I
liahsil eptai'tabel of gym.efaill Igiaro
stool 4~NiN'is avorviai1iitiabed =a&.
betroi1
"In a44a11'a,toi itho e ittal &laletiotw
pulgoll. s' ttw:irp pss.sstada d vttivrl~e
Como la .ii.alt Ashout roproot. wvrtbyI
of I orfi1'Et,# aIi e'~'rtfom s nlsovir. @
71W -"ef*l. 0"rthe players. won
tlifft alttog i-araWffsim WWtUssi"@
m1ilkcli Wtb f@.S':'sg4 emW..all rigo"
em~av~e.-P'P1. 4 ansd sAUv l Iu~d
dwsogspr '-fi iThe lass mdl'
v%4@4 tuts vfitir f.liesis. Vurvait:14a
.6'.. place. Rqvam"Wedw 41dth,
liii 604 )WAO e* W" mto. heapthe
tel topiny t inaro4gahaw
tape tl..ilei pa rSjl' sram'beeko
viCsl), Uricsit -isirbanist'ill al iftgel
etru~gif'M '"" L--otll, mad 9.43 heatwin,
pie-.ini of us. S"0. W t..edery. 9
Stop Iboot120 4 MUW


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flimmse'latIlinema. Si'ttiaeklarokors i ll t m ae'r
chaclnihs hnt' t il e Ne i t) i' tim e it)mis at eltd '
i'plll'rIic Ic tilly jirlnled I Iertu.iai te' Ii


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farm's' ar 'Stivt C'e' S 'Ic vl,' lll Itile Ii It
WUa 4 Itt' II I at it alti e raiclirN
,'.% tiealie'r llia at ce tt tile' I aiterlimailv or
the' Ise'rmalilni 't INtIn Ie'tictth it ti-irl
till C ;e'ritmt s.i .wfl e ItIe it i Lm lIre' llitt 'ci

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I-LOUIR IN CHINA.

Thire Ict 1% Made t olfAl nigin 1 'itep.-
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.II tI: to Iir 1 n 4'iisi l 5id a lt Ifir of

I ,I .P.)k 11bl s tIlls a li)ttle Cal 44
".Av'ala ,imtalc.- tie saId.
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''tIt h luils'lle. -fr. ti t hi fkleurlot a mi
uea'la" mwallIsthav r~xak "fristgili swpoof
tiliassd.in' e-manellIntoa a wh~tvle leawillt'
larlU4c.1 1.1 :1 a~hst~e2. 116 ~I'
to a ~r*- a? t a i' it i

it f'Ir Ii itt.a0groat 1t I a 816i1 rg
teals'.) mtives'thirty or ftwtiiy eI'iD1,:
cm-ni.'na ouo, fit t oo I lils am tauk fleacr i,,t
scholar with a yelluw oo. a thIlis at. .c I
hifft~omwtis triti, a tiitrth, with a htte, I
OftIl *flite a IAel. groena mauth ui''i is
blisr, andrid ae ca
"'All 51*..are Ihimeaw fiscearse I..
s "in 1si 'na, air.w C iIt, '"a.,r
Anty kldaU of 111iou. We make fissir 41 f
of Po~tbiwo. out of 1sweet 11 im tealli st,
it pees, et 'ee'of ta.out eId
otI of Pei ". 09I 1of 't ri, maltn, s
sameiis-tho fartIs.a. irwe minch" r
(11104 Outu rat 'rylha lst? s'. h
lts 4 1I:0A5. sit, wffen i I'1', Itrc'o'l. aisI
h3*etufep th' ('imcmrm'ig dry mote re, r. -,qi'
St wiseet Is alw'le. I'S ci. I.i't


sobtis iiorle~
01,01 j 'A If 1, V m ?IeS~

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Me e. .I le't gtsofim 40 1

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I'l !-, ggel o 4. Vai a .. 4 oli9Y .' b .
4i 8,10 1 o -' el, I tiv As illy r a t1 Alf
lit hl.e tig'ei,,e to -isto, rvacli.
-Ix uSE? Is C .'.mop li&?a I frtap -alo
falmI Igo I g* 14 '0r. OJojP a way et
Urng Ro1ifi A myers h f 4 ~


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'IESN CEN''s A WEEK



GOV. ODELL HITS


AT ROOSEVELT


Says He and Gov. Higgins Are
Trying to Wreck Rep Party.

AMBITION ANNULS HARMONY

New York Bosl is Not Going to Quit.
Says President WIIl Be to Blame If
Disaster Comets--Wil Havo Peace If
He Has to Fight For It,
New York. Ii ..' l1:s -ti')V rnor
)dhill, chairman ,f itl.>, RIe1itiblhiau
State Cornutnilltei, ye-tlrirtaiy nalde a
statement in whtlI h," r'lirged I'rles-
dent a)evlt and ide 'tveralor Iitggtine
with "a deliberate at(l'nitlit to wr,,'k
Lthe. Reliubllcain party of this Statel for
their ot wi personal alllitionl "
lie dee'lared that If disaster cetinied
they, not he. would he restponitb)'e
Mr. tklll',lIlo acusatlollni were a part of
hi ti'oninlent onl the Pititation growiu t
out of the ctoitet in Ithe Republioan
party In this State for thel slpakorsblp
if the New York %at* as.sem tily Mr.
I lell de1( lar11l h(niin-lf in favor of E
A. NMrritt, .Ir *seserl days ago.
On Monday last t;v iyvrtir Iligilies
patie oult iI fai uor of 3J ', Wadworth,
Ir
alrel IIM|ilra4eeI M*s.
onf ir of itl.a' i, ,i ltlli '.et 's e rr
inI'l u 'l'r l f rtt lltli e \ | lc i '' t Of nilt
atii tll'l 'l oiiti it g1 i ll,. iltaieo g eitill'r
fil Is, 11. hi tl e h elh. h-io 11 Ia n t "lt .lfe' of
ilr Illerarlt 141i le aike'l'i, Tlbe
reI m( i iiiiposer d iltliteI'l It the out
I lir wi.rlil i H losetl a tre'e', l hi oni
Ir, lared, with paurli l l itifggiera-l'.
litl, "biltter thuil It Iit "
After hi lintd ia ilre iis iae.r itdent be
vitlted the valleyif uf ellrllliratitl, near
% lt4lti. whor het hlinl l tal.sel in other
I,,t hall l .lrlT l ua l a
I, h' o" Ih,' nthl th tlh' friecsn who ae-
oiistlIIItI i-'I lua "I O s1111nn ull' i lily 'I as-
tinI tal inllI'lhm ,' III ltr 'i'c lht' h alrda

.t, iW he 11 e e'a I"a- A
' No" rite tile frle.i .e on thie ontver.
iatila .l if \ t Il flI-I mylt> lallph ily I
iI ri 'ei.'t In .r ti,' i, lgtilngasle', quall
tria I l IIa k ip"
II I .., ll i ie nrt i lnol p ihren tr have
'e e t le ii.lll lsr nt lli s, t I iltlltill of
'ertnlii letel. I't heII.' th. te -a intei thMod
tr n ra linar' I, iii cui.e 'lihr i iril latd
Itrl1ir*I iltiti lthe- t. il i oi | la*l" With
IIi littiu lh'- Intl eiln e i- II ly 'cintlrlb
IIIII IIt I'4*>I. < l ainlr tI4 thte' j)yousi har
IcalI)' 1et t(Ih' *, ,ll'w
Is'rlthov'eiin In ashwe'r t,, hail friend's
l e'l Ieeo N l I brk thil .t sl,, anlll wrote
uioasi It a npimiealgel foir Ilih flUt I' n 1 t
"I(r Y'lleaw lainete'S, r h1,l a it It.irmtm l hliln to do,

The **"nPllhles 0*I*."
In the' e ,.,.i I'mil of Ne erth "'are
It|, II i h It llhii llreat.h lacIWl am the
S, .i l e'M." ihr She ussit remar.
r.:. ,u .' I i,,Wu Ite ea at, It Ba
.,aiti i: i '' *i saild Ia rtr
*iivly a le *eS c i. ' tllSt 1 airiMg fi' 0 "* tai igtig a
errriect if r alt eeai' traili It which
C *e *treiig thet it s full growl i I,. faN
e!t Walk agail tll It, iiil In wisater Ith
larlelh of air lI ew'tilllly stresig At
liine. a niiutl tialleimait iiste Ia eimt
"1 fresu thabe I,* troin ihe rer,-*senm of dead sal
iiMI whid-h hee t iein su-khml In mad
illetl ly. rut sailtag Ilu iitat willth b itI
.'r *will* iea til leaiiaeiae. brtlthlng
.ige.*r asrlurag (Lte spring auitbe.
rt.-n the ,hasge froen lIkalaatltla f
htealtu alaksae |>la*''. It* air Isto iled
rllh |>llte of hair. dry bnte-s, ABll
law .a1. whirlt are suppead tmgg
roea *rw59ulr0 *us-kld Iate CMh by


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in4t4 ns"tarem t o "Ia me p myos
rletullta habwvialted sad b uj S.
lae'' for fle UipIrTM of ntiulying to
Watsilt rit5*. but t etiji t ebyaSW'7 S-
selow 40seplalbed.

opumpooh.1e 1e 6damem..
Ats 'atal 1 1m 'i'c-ar essuemeitetat wl o
'Iyetpoth.'4&.' e,415ftmae5" af4toejillstoI,
be tfepuIt t i iere wtitm l )"ake
of a 4ad ii. i, 0 hOi4. tva i~. rb f f'asa
teae es e #1,0 OSW : nIuaiilleil. PTI~fi 0 1A .
of &a''h IS-irt&*ia 'Ma'.1i8)0"41' Y 'a" tW W
er t% a n iv ##f rs .-o rrsliest 5
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.c ifall tbe



1,,I'. va c well


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THE J.I W, F SU--.-, :IfIL


VrtfLL;7


S, 1905


W MEMBER MEETING

OF SCHOOL BOARD

List of Warrants Drawn at Last
Regular Meeting.

COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT

Itemized Statement of Warrants Issued
to White and Colored Teachers and
for Sundries. Together With Sub-
District Report.
Below are publihlied the ,tfi ial pro-
o**dings of the floard of l'ibil'i In-
strection of Alachua county for the
month endingK Dc. 5th. lih. 5:
Financial Statement of the Board of
Public Instruction, Alachua Coun-
ty, Florida, for the Month End-
ing Dec. 6. 1906.


Hon. ,. 11, VWinges, Clerk
Court, Alachua County, F
Sir: In compliance with S
Chapter 4382, Laws of Florida,
by file with you the following
statement of the moneys re:e
expended and warrants issue
the month ending leo. 5th, 19
Treasurer's Report.
HRK( II'TM.
Oct. 81, 19H0


Bal. last report
From W. D. Dickinson, tax 19(
From W. D. Dickinson, polli
Osah from Kelley, for (racy
school .
Oash from Kelley, for High
Springs
From Comptroller. redemption
From Comptroller, redemption
Total ..
Lese warrants surrendered
Balance
NoT. 80, 1906
Bal. last report
From W D. Dieklnson. tax 1904
From W. D. Dickinson, polls
1904
From W. ID).Dickinon, sale
eto Individuals
From W. D. Dickinson, sales
Speelal Distriot
Ffto W. I). Diekinson. Sp-call
Distrlot tax, 19(H4
From Oomptroll r, redemption
Total
Les warrants surrendered
Balance

WARRANTS ISSUED.
White Teachers.
Arredondo No. 1. Marie Ric
$11.75; LaCrose No. 8. W.
$,1.60, Lueretla St. Clair $80.90
villa No. 9. Annie Avant 380 90
No. 1ll,Ada Philpot $86.(;; i
No1. 15, Annie Collins $l 15, C(
Smith $8606. Sophie .Merry
Oool Spring No. 17 i tlie I.
$8606, .May Kennedy $3)90or
Grove No. 18, J (. Adkine $8(i *
aml MiU ll IRA ll1%k 3 li A.kii...


Often The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Wesr
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It ri t,, be considered that only
urinary. a:(nl la(dler troubles were to be
traced to the kidlneys,
but now niKxlern
Science proves that
nearly all disease
have their heginning
in the disorder ot
these most ini]ortaint
organs.
The kidneys filter
Sand tlrify the llrxod-
that is their work.
Therfrefre, when your ki, nevysare weak
or ou't of order, you can understand how
quickly your entire Ilid is affected and
how e\'crry organ seens to fail to do its
duty.
If \nt u are sick or feel badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, IDr.
Kilmier's Swaimp-Root, because as soon
as your kilncvs are well they will help
all the other organs to health. A trial
will c,'ot in ce anyone.
If you are sick you can make no niis-
S1,.. f1 tfrin ou.rr kidne I s


Sara Boston 95.15, Dula Wolf $6.11;
Waldo, i. H. Coffee $8606, Edith
Baird $16.45; Sants Fe, Georgia Mar-
tin $5.15; Gainesville, A. M. Smith,
supplement, $2.68. N1 E. DeBose $7.72,
R. V. MeLin $2.55. M. F. Days $5.15,
B. F. Watts $61.. E. P. Williams
6 15, C. C. William. $5.15, L. L. Mor-
roll $8.16, .1. P. Ra;:ny $5 15, Llewel-
lyn Mann $41 20, I V. WiRlins, labor,
$6.60, William Bryant $30, W. H.
Mooty, repairs, $3 51, J. H. Jarvis, san.
nation, $6, J. H. Vidal $460, Baird
Hardware Co. $1.55; Lochlooss, May
Froteher $10.30; Strobie, W. F. Barry
$20; Cherry Sink, W. J Tillman $10.30;
Louise, Annie Martin $5 16; Newberry,
W. T. Whitney $10.3. Cylla Kennedy
$10.80; Tacoma, Ruby Hawkins $15 46;
Osmpville, J. F. Swindal $2060, J. H.
Dyee. $8.80; Windsor, Mary E. Bailey
$10.30; High springs, E. T. Allen
$20.60, E. L. Price $5 15; Haynesworth,
G. MI. Patterson $1 30); Rocky Point,
Flora Farnesworth $,)j 60


take in nr1161 (10r/vIOT'/m .*OU* X N. Recapitulation.
Circuit The ilnil and11 the extraordinary effect of
la. lr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root, the great White teachers $3197 13
kidlnev renriel, is soon realized. It Negro teachers .... 781 82
section 2. sta:il2 the. hiighet for its wonderful cures Sundries. 1060 10
we here- of the imo-t ,ihrtrresing cases, and is stld .
itemized h" itS m rits v- al% l Rpecial Districts 628 66
lived and dlr:tit.!. frt Total tf. $87 71
d daring t,,,t:s. You ) vl R. B. WEEKS, Ch'ni. Bd. Pub. Inst.
: ;have a; s.aimple bottle nonmorwamsRtoot. Attest: J. L. KELI.v, Sec. and Supt.
1,v n ll free, :lso 'a pamitphlet telling yon
.w t,, find out if \ou lae kiltev or Coughing 8pell Caused Death.
:;i ',r troubtble. I Ie tioii this aperr
h.licn ,.ritin.to )r. Kilmer & Cco.. hing- "Harry Duckwell, aged 26 years,
$3115 24 htr oN, N. I ,ton't nake any mistake, choked to death early yesterday morn-
4 02 25 recmrmer th S wnpR S~wltp-Root, ing at his home in the presence uf his
4812 l -r. KZl:ier's Swammup-Root. arid the ad.
18 (0 dKres, linghattutln,N.Y.,otcverybottle. wife and child. He contracted a slight
cold a few dayl ago and paid but little
650 -- -- a. - attention to it. Yeterday morning
Iaynewnrrh N) 81.(. M. Patterson he was seizd with a fit of coughing
2!g) 00, ) 30 ; Rolling Hfinf No. 83, A. J. which continued fur some time. His
67 60 Johnson $30 9o; Bell No. 86, Belle wife sent for a physician, but before
82 1 4 Lindsay $41.210 Cora Crosby $30.90; he could arrive another coughing
$3759 27 Brown No. 9P, Lenna Jones. two pell came on and Duckwell died from
2892 61 month., $81 80; Dutton No. 90, Jessie suffocation.-St. Louis Globe Demo-
Barrn $88(06; 1homas No. 91, Annie crat. December lst. 1901." Ballard's
$18365 Turner $3090; Tyler No. 94, Annie Horehound Syrup would have saved
Guynn $80.9); Waldo No 24. Claudia him 263, s 0o and $1. Sold by W. N.
$186 f66 Ambrose $832 45 Johnson.
18 72
Negro Teachers. A Peotag*e tamp Dilemma.
11 (00 Former I'resident Salomon of Haiti
S union Academy No I, T. E l-bose bd roubs w te tage
4 a *) R )NeL i $ 0 ,M. R V. ad 0l" troubles witb the postage
1P2 70 $41 20. R I) sMLin $80 06, sMrs.R. N stamps of that disturbed relubllc. Gen-
Mcl.in 8'$8833 Mrs. M. F. Days $28.33, eral Salomou objected to his own por-
51 51 B F. Watts $28 88, E P Williams trait being placed on the stamps, so a
1$2888. C. C. Williams $28 33, L. L. local artist was connilsnloned to de-
97 64 Mrrell $28 83, M. C. Dubnse, three sign a female bead representing Liber-
-- months. $84.99, J. P. Rainey $(301.; ty. But the people mistook this for a
$1698 M4 Waldo No. 2, 8. B. Wilson $25.76. Nel. portrait of Mrs. Salonmon and objected.
1099 7( lie Highs $16.45; Noble Hill. H. C. They said, "The ir'ident would not
Williams $5 756 Liberty Hill No. 6, E. have his lortralt on our stamps, but he
S98 L BaRIei $16 Arch er No. 9, iI I put his wife's on instead." Salomon
I admitted the resemblance, and finally
Ilam Madison $25.75. E. L. Bagley be consented to use his own portrait to
$20.80; Newnansvllle No 14, William adorn the stamps. At about the time
hardson Madison 120 60; JonesvilleNo 16 Meta the new issue was rnede Salomon bad
H Main Hearst $20 ItO, Carrie L. Childs $16 45; been delpowd by hbi eneulies, who final-
SJones. Newnans Lake No 17. W. L. McRae ly decldIe not to go to the expense of
(r'.ay $ 75: Arredondo No. 18. J B Wilson I suing "uw stami'., hbut to use, the Bal.
tenop 4 (25 75; Long Pond No 0,. .\my I,. 1)a- omon stams, affixnlg them upside
lrd. y $"'&106.;"Orange iglthts No. 23, Ja.l dow". ty thiA thvhe all conce(rned
lara w' $20 ', Orange Heights No. 23, Ja- were s:tinfied, and from that tine for-
($. t; ne Taylor $.0 6>6; N.ho No. 20, L. A. ward all letters o.,ring the stanmp the
Bryatn Artson $25 75; Iigh springs No 9. right way up w.ere. sHhi to ha'e been
Island S \W. I l'lose $.e 97, Frankie (,lenrn cargtel doull-I p. .tuge on dlollbery.
I', Fan. $1'8 I ; \ll'roise No, 3. J WiLlson just as tlhouh I1b piostlge h ad btleel
$ 31 .: $2)' tk*; lFairbanks No a37. J. L. Find le paid


au se in9i 10 iina" y li ,, r.a ... .. ;. F',-
Ouwannee No 19, Ethel Watkins $41 ."'; 61"; Rohelle N 0. 4 '. Ida J. Wil.
Godwin No 20, Ida V Wiggins $41 2'', lIshats $23) ;, Four Mile No It, 4 1 LaGrippe and Pneumonia.
Willlie M Melntsh $s9 1 1,; Hawthorn smith $20 8'" I'i-rnmaiia often follows lagripte,
Wo. 21, W. E Bell $56 6. Luella Itl Sundries. ut nerr follows tho use (of Foley's
$8.0; .5Antioch No 2. Josse Carleton .T I. Kelle)y, ofiee, $ll 48; J. iHoiey and Tar. It cure lagrippe.
$40 88; AlachVa No. .3, \. W. (t'asaels; Keley. ,salary superintendent. $lxi; ciughls and preverntsi pnumomla and
$86b,6 Sara Boston $3;kl0 Iula Wolf J l Kelley. balance expenses Tampa consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey
$6 (0 'Waldo No .'4, J H. Coffee Fair,. It.3:; W. J. Martin, mileage and Tar and re-fup, any ibtitute of-
$6G6A. Edith litird $8 uS, Nora Kno. and per diem, $2300; R. I Weeks, flred. Mr. ;. V'acher. 187 O(gotld
block 3t, (A. ,lice Striekland $64 I ; mileage and Ipr diem. $85 60; T. A. street. Chicago. writes: "My wife had
8aira Fe No. .'., .1 H DurrrancelN1 o'. I lkl)e, mileage and per diem. $3e 40; a svere oase of lagrippep three years
O*eorgia martinn f to t,; (Oatiesville No. W. 11 Htbertson, enmmissions for (, ago and it left her with a terrible
26. W N She atsr $1,4 s 1'. TF I.- tober, $30 ,;; W. H. iobertoun, com cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Beath $154 NMr1 C (' Powell $61 p 0. mieMions for November $14 36; Mit S Honey and Tar and it gave immediate
Mary (' tridge.s 11t ., M rs\ 1 H Merchant. interest, $7.;i, Mrs. S relief. A slevnt bottle eured her cough
Coffey $41 1' Ain- *" IltaCn'ta $41 '-i, I Merehant. interest. ($?2 -8; .i J entirely." RKfus** stbtitutes. J. WV
Sernena hainon ,ltl Nanlle \lcln,. Roux, InItret. 8o ..'; J. H Alder. MeCollum t'ompanlty.
toeb $41 ).', Ilorrfluie lise $I1 .N1, Mrs man, inlTeret, 0$. 4I; MrsIr. I Mre.n s Mas oI .
Sellie .etro.ur $41 \l Mlat.t .anches (rarye $2.'21; i, II. MoeCrary, sub.- Ittle Willlie lhat's the name of th
$41. ); I'n. Collage No. .'t .lilia ,i1. 9riplion to Industrial Edliton,. 81t:) feller what rcaltls oi er sIster? Little
Cradle $31 IA. l..'lloe,.s \No .i, May I tairrd hardware Co for No 12. $10 71, Johan.-I don't know yet. Pop calls
Froseher t6 ~ lddit I'adg.rIt i, ko.' I V. Wiggins. tschel incidentally. 1 ; him sonwthingt different every time be
Ok1eOon No .- HI I.-* WaLer $' i. ti i neville I'laini and Coffin Co. comes--4-'bhcar Journal.
Monteoohia No .i: N \ Hall .* ts, material. 7' N17 J A Ellerbe, for --.
Spring Hill No HuK ghr: \\ ail.Has \o 29, $~*. J F. Smith. photographs. 1ove Is an upward tet deay o b -
man onnurw. tr Is d elnlyft are.
$41 20; Cherry Si:.k No 41l 1 \\ J 1. 2.' N. Peninsular Printing Co ofe0. .w nature, It is dignifytng. n
maL $41i.0, BHecher Rutludgt. *~i is $>' 6. Pepper Publishing and Printing lWing and or that reaso It tIposse
Louiso No 42, Ainis Mart in si, %' C'o county course aid reg, V 4; wpon Iodlltuals who zepertence It
Windder No. 46. Mary 1. hItalry a, I'rpir Publehing and Printing (o ew obilgI tkInm
Hiah Springs .'No 47, I. I' All, i s.i s t',. p'rinting. Slh ___l---
E. L. Prie $3641, Mary t ltrre| Special District Warrants. AP m 'em.
Uw% L i1 1- 6 I- --L-1 l


6 iC. rmp. rrrde d ai Kitan. Ri*Hcihardso Ilk,' 3o
"0lF'Ao 6.' 9 Fa Swpda l%&ooiaTI, taa,11.$7
ill* No 6 lois Nlikel U "I *I, It wk. e r J K T Ku 66i(C ihr It N %
wy Hill u No. Noah hall MI 1A. t T. 1iCs I.,Co ,. v.uc 6b. fe t
N'Phl19%- P5; IcManopy. Annteatf I.
h a N No 63 Axt /eetiouer M 6 .14 4$ 5 15,. Island CeA416 3 1' i 4
N o 6 .o N, H II Motgomolr y 1.,'4 .likts e t r 1441 1.e )A'
IS; Clevelad No NlIud.-, It o s, v ..VI f Jiemnmod
W quS)R. C-enter \0 1, 1 ii1 C:I- :a ohas4 i as.s$20
mn 9I.t&; Ufive hari \..o &%c I's
Swillo) W S. Ia'Saoa *u N I l"Rby I
Hawkim4 6306. Wiisehatk NI ir
Hattie Hv O $8608-. S-N.tsurry No 7,411
'4 F WL(Hht1 WI bi. Cyli ha kenned
T Whitsovy 061-60. ('1114 Koutrir 1 The ar' of d
) 90i, Rooeks emat No. 76 11ors
Fagor"Mergh 6.00 Hiathrl (k"rk u
N..k *,.~ Jesse Coughingr
N.INA. ?5. lar ToMM Ae 713, tlk~if C oh


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 23, 1905


ZNWa OF CITY AND
COUNTY CONDENSED without

bMiss Mary Bell of Waldo was shop.
ping in the city yesterday.
R. L. Green andi W. HII. Pihnlster of,
Brooker w~ r in ti, i'ity rea:'.rdH;
E. H. m.;i i.f Tioga wA.b anmouR
the business ri;itors to this city yes-
terd ay.
E. B. Godwin of Hiih Springse pent
yesterday in Ihii city as the guest of
friends.
Mrs Geo. S. (ranger of Waldo f-
vored Gainesville friends with a vilet
yesterday.
Mesdames D. B. Morrison and J. ;. l BLL I
Faut of Morriston were shopping iAIE
the city yesterday. INCOMPRENNSIBLE It
Our store will be open until 9 o'clock E.d by
at night until after Christmas day. W JOHNSON
The S. J. Thomas Co. W.M. JOHNSON, Druggist,
Dr. William Sutherland of High i alnesville, Florida.
Springs was among the prominent vis- .\II OR, ERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Itors to this city yesterday.
I rattan and oakw
Beautiful rockers for the will beclosed dori the day. he
bb. The 8. J. Thomas Co. land offlee will also be closed, and the
baby. The Thomas Co. postoffice will observe the regular holi-
L. E. Lastringer, a prominent cit. day hoars. Those interested will be
Izen of Old Town, was a business vis- governed accordingly.
itor toGainesvilleyesterday. WJ. Knight and sons, Barton and
C. S. Robertson. solicitor of the Ar- Thrmsher, were in the city from New.
moor Refrigerator Car Line, has re- berry yesterday. Mr Knight has been
turned from a business trip to South engaged in the fish and oyster business
FloridaL at Cedar Key, but recently sold his
J. 0. and J. M. Haile of Alachoa, interests to W. H. Hodges.
two of the most widely known young Profs. Geo. M. ynch and W. L.
men in the county, were visitors to Floyd. members of the faculty of the
Gainesville yesterday. University of Florida, which is term
Fin t R in the porarily located at Lake City, have ar-
inest Rugs city are rived in the city, and will spend
now on display at our store. Get the Christmas with their families.
price. The 8. J. Thomras Co.
T J. Jones of Sampson City, ju.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Boring and chil- nior member of the firm of Venable A
dren of Waldo were among the visit. Jones, manufacturers of naval stores,
or to this city yesterday, having come was in the city yesterday. Mr. Jones
to do their Christmas shopping. is one of the best posted and most
Mrs. W. T. Chesnut and children efficient nAval stores men in the State.
left yesterday for Kanspaha, where Among the visitors to (iainesville
they will spend Christmas with Mr. yesterday was Hon. Oliver J. Farmer
Chesnut's mother, Mrs. W. T Chranot. of Bronson, the talented editor of The
Benj. K. Thrower, Jr has returned Times-Democrat Brother Farmer is
from a business trip to South Floridam making an excellent paper of The
in the interest of the Baird Hardware Times.Democrat, and a paper that is
Company, of which he is traveling rep- appreciated throughout the State.
resentatlve. Frierd( of Mrs. C. A Townsend, who
J. R. Moorehead, a prominent citizen was recently stricken with paralysis.
of Ocala and ex.county surveyor of will regret to learn that her condition
-Marion county, was in the city yester- is yet serious, and that she is in leedd
day on business connected with the of attention. The patient is an elder-
Lnited States land oftlee. ly lady,nd will appreciate any attn.-
Harvey L. Hutchinson, the clever tion showed her.
and successful salesman of the Nation- NI W Hogan, agent (f the Seabnoard
al Ps'kiiKg Company, arrived in the Air Line railway at WaldJo was among
city yesterday, aid will spend Sunday those who paid (,ailnesville a visit
and Chtristmas w ith his family. l'hiirdlay. Mr. Hlowiai asan entlhi siae-
)r. J. \Watking (if Micanopy was tie Eik. and cani., to attend the nieet-
a visitor to this city yesterday. lir i g of (Gainesrille l.i dgze, No thi. of
Watkins reports Chr;stmo lbusinpss wti.ch he is a member
apparently very Sgood in Micanopy, as 1I Walter, a promine lnt htiiinras
the merchants seem to keep busy. man of It-.l.ad was amnilg the i-
J. H. flow, formerly of this city iu' itore tio this ity yesterday M\r Wal.
now holding a lucrative position in At- terms states that theI peo le- of his town
lanta, is expected here tvday and will are looking forward to a big seas.in as
spend the Christmas holidays as a manny tprrinnent 'Northern people have
guest of Mr. and Mr@. W E. flow. already engaged room for the season.
Notice-To accommodate theChrist- hhkelton. th inter aid tin-
. .... ..i ..n 1 ,.f i-herhl i has elmplifle-d hit ability as a
mi hinnir the Continental Caf P


the Hendry Abstract and i: ;ty ''
pans pa.ise through tlhe iv 1' ..er.
day eii rite to L'liati;; : -'e hie
will sp,-il t'hristma. wilt ,!tr.i rti.
Mr. an ,l Mr.i K D. S ii:' !,V it
ace m nit lmet from Ga;,. i
sii t r. I-. 1. J C ly t '. i.,..,
%Ii b, e t eh g t \: *e"t1 r-
S tli: I I r a fewi days.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. (G.'rr ,f .
Colo Have arrived in t'"' ;tv. uid
will make their home h'r,' f r ti, % in-
t(er. r. Gerry is a proi'i itt ti-i-
nefss man. ar% 's wel'-t -i'. ", ,i4 (' lIn.
radio home. While he i- a lit' e I hlozi-
dian, he has been for thli', .t thirty
years a resident of roetl,. where he
went for his hedith. H i, a member
of the Elks, and favored t;inisville
lodge with a visit Thursday night.
T. J. McRae and family, who have
been residing at Hawthorn for many
year,. have removed to thi city, and
will occupy the Jacob Endel- house, ..
University street. Mr. MlllRae, who
owned a beautiful pla'e lnear Haw-
thorn, has sold the snam to H. I.
Steele, a wealthy cloth nillnufacturer
of Rockingham,*N. C.. who will make
his winter home there. ''lis interest-
ing family will boeladly welcomed to
Gainesville, and it is bl'ed they will
be pleased.


T H. Stringfellow. formrr'ly of this
city but who bha for rthe l, ast three
years been residing in .Ia'ksonville,
where he is engaged in the wholesale
grocery business, returned to that city
yesterday, after Ipend ing ae ek with
his friends hunting here. lie stated
that he was well pleased with the pro-
gress Gainesville has made. and is de-
lighted with the many fine building
that have gone up here within the past
two years. "Gain eville is a good
town, and has got to go ahead." he
said. "I predict that the spirit aid
enterprise of such people as Major
Thomas, W. N. Wilson and others, will
yet bring the town to the front as the
most progressive interior city of Flor-
ida."
Judge Mason Thursday iiies d mar-
riage licenses to wed to the following:
Samuel Crawford asiL I.avh \Williams;
J. E. Parker andl Alberta oteren;
Scott J. Johnson and EsIella William '
The Judge feels nntichi ratlitfldt over
the increase of lieties fur the laot
Sfew "week "D)ec inier ar always a
iP(otd moiithi," he stid, iid for that
rea on I Ian slat to c, lir''*lllcer
come. I hIsve doiiilil re asiirs If r be.
ing glad when I issue a in.rriage li-
Icenie. The first is that I ant making a
(couple uf dullars, and the secuod.
I whict Is really the mn i atInporilalt, is
that I am lrringrng about a 'pro(i -
tioli' whili, in tih' initjirty of ra'-
is making t .-, pro le t, I '; y -Le
the licensrs I .e iln."l


CASTOR IA
For lantas and Chldrte.
Thlb Ki You HLve Alwijl Bollht
Beaur the
Silnatare of

WILL HAVE VACATION.


will be eopn until midnight or later. I piano finisher by recently turning out
wNie warmn dininl-room, everything a Hartman halflgrandl eas frrom the University Graded and High School
Nict-clari. hristmar turkey biked store of A H.Harper This case was! Cod for Two Weeks.
to orderI finished in a .rindimilre style. and g'e*' Tle I'niivereiiy Graded and Illlg
Sto show that M.r Sharkellon knornf tis Mehooil, laftr a suerelnful fall term,
Little Miss Roa Belle Hives of Hgh business frni t .e .tart led Friday fr two weeks, in order
Spring was n the ety yesterday, ahe p hlid
goet of her cousin. Mrs. Jne. E In order that the. ptic may have to lir' e l I Ii a holiday
Borts. She wsu en rooted to Miennopy. impressed rlipon it. mrnid the hobnldy c hool, .sted that the .r rnlli et
where she will send a few days witbhhours. Mrs. I e Waters. delivery lrrch O413fr the term rwilli as
Mise Ruth rrice. clerk at the pastfll'es desires to state ea er
MoedaybelingChristmas, both bake that the otffi. will observe the osual Th ret n ii is th l
IhlidyThe withr has twnD PlJeliefn. and the
Sholiday hotr. MrNInday., nd will be op. i tu1det have r eivd mari, benefit
en only from 1] .I to' 2:31 ti mp lr'a- d r Lr il. eorri


We Nwe Jest tLe Priwt
Toe Air Leaileg for

A VIter Talkhlg tael.


Call at Ihe White sewing Maehl e
oie. SA Liborty stret. MirX Nortol
will be glad to play for you or give yoe
any iafoutatios you wsh
We keep eupplee for Talking Ms.
elias, Needle. R lords. etc.

G. L THOMnSN,
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WU-- ---.W IY .. - 1 -- r, ---. .v -
trons will 1ew grned areod rdiagly The school will ltiln She spring
term on Tueldr. JaOery 2
Master ('arleiiter John I. Winter of on Tu lsy. Jaorly
the Seabord Air I.ane and (tio I' Ooctors Co ild o Help Her.
Morris oif Waldo were among the visit t e f
onre t lGaineville yJterday Thes wes. Md krdneyyn r Coeuor of yhelr
gentlemen eame on Mr Winter' wston Was R nd edetoer ofud hno
touong ear, shich to re of the finet tonh lash aif I e lo4toe ouiCd not
sppli.d by his omp.ay They mad e I r.d oll ey leh y l
tbh rao in good tine arnd \Ir Wit.*r aid e very first do e a I relief
as ell pd I am n,,w lared I asn too
I well pled m oeh for tl..ry Kid4 Cei lis
H. N. lploy of kla u the clevr makes the dined hkideillle its d e"!
&ad efienl boowkeellpr for th Iy wbll slem at* the pe INee frea
lihas Co eas e dow Thursdayl 0 bhit i t,.~,re bl O. t Mdo eend
kI h@1Lt 5 to Ima'ble J.W M loft
"fake hL medicine" is thebe Hiesowasl "(o
,ad Proweti*e (Ofer of k Mr .Ik-.e.- r*i

very me6 ilprlM with the a nI
He wUJll e asoadi t lin fat.ir'. adnd E
may be depended span WU INE
A. W RBesf& sad A. t- Fotebr of e w* 4 *sp ,*a ell eA"d Wlam
Nerith poMd trt e *Ow ed oo WN 1 r SF 6 WQALITY eid
wllay i ros to MeCI.ll, C. w Ihre wSI Tsd u*r .
Sahy will eesi Cahrtlmee The loeMr j IeI, pl* 9 Iw is e ll. twee
we siepealWed by L. A .l tser teiy *r **** il l 4 ab **a4 ad
iad deehter. AL Manl ML, At.i Itveriag wu p~sp.l
lst rI er tn If N e sMe' P U- I noLICITo Y(OCl ATmI'A0iK.
ia JllI e MI U. ee b.,
Saousilis allof Mecill. W" ba* L C. O
as eps d 1 9g pas I "e dePe as A a W i n
X. W. fo 4 P49 to* No 5


A Merry Christmas

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i'..ra Ian'lly loipirtedil IlClalins, | (i.- iiiril' I m iesl i ('*a er, I an y uei e
lsha Walbute, Irilasl Nuts. Alrninids l(iliv
a d Peeanl 1 tll i ie of Il'iwliy's 'aldil .
oriental 4touled [Dat., Vanley An 'lIa* filnes (Jranlarrilr you *ver saw.
Uourmes Faig In bteaskell \.ri0nit Maple Mlger aiul yrup-
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about 4,(X persons regularly make a pointed to with love and veneration "
lling by breging, that the average i It to the opinion of many that the
some for eacth amountlts to $7 ,0 a week, university of Fanrid will now go ahead
or together. $1,Nis,tXI a year. and make a name of which every ait.
-. seai can feel proud, andi as our enlure
The 'Woman'. Christian Temperanoe school system ri founded on the plan
nDion of this oity has sent a cpy of of the tst iin the country. educational
resolutioil of thanks to 'Congressman interests in -oreda will inake rapid
Clark for the goId .ork he l doing trides upwar.


aluig thi*' line of teii1mprranoe, work. - .. --
I Norl but the inililatd know the Is'-
Ite future falnrr must tI* educst- curacy r*1qiired in a printing olclpe
ed It our boys cavaiint attrtid the ag. The average reader whu delets a a-inl
riculturalcullrler le a systematic co0ure shelled word or letter upside down
of agricultural rradla g is poteihl, dur. feels that his work upon earth is not
ing the winter evn-illgs and the time atecmplished until ie has called the
could nol Ibe t.ittlir empniloy) d atteatlo of the overworked editor t,,
,the glaring defect. He dove not no.
whilee on his wayr ack to otuth If. ltee the thousands and tens of thou-
rica Geeral 'roaije *tS'lpd o in LouL. sands of letters that are :"n Ila. or
don rv-etaly and, giving he ini(pro*.* the mullitude of words correctly
stoneof this count ry. sanl "Very I,. spelled, butl ts eagle eye as lued on
ery flirn, vry ituiek Yes. our coun- the one that is o I of place --Frater.
try ki* unld d uir l k O e night ani.t sa Iecoprd
say *udden


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*g uRI( \I Ms tugss. and It likuLs a&
tlouh abotihre dark Stit bloody deed
m"M n ou aunishe'd to IDade Ottubty.
T. ueoeo lio a q j'le will do ail in
%Wei power to run it'c monster dust,.
bog there Is litle to woork ouq

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D0 ALY THE BUCKMAN LAW. NEW STATES.

0tiC Iii g t The JacLkoonville Metropolis has the The Statehood bills for Oklahoma
following con.r-rning the decision of and Indian Territery and for Arizona IOF ALL LINI E NTS
satered at tb Post Oabe at Galnesvil:e.rla. t he Supreme Court in the Buckman and New Mexico wi.! in all probability
a Ieseord-ol mailor alis+hooil law matter, and *1s pay a be among the mcsoires that will get a iRS RHK^MAHSM A D AUM AAL
high c(om(ilinitit to Hon. H. H. Buck- hearing in a few w.-ki. There is a is i "r
W. IV. A LEARY.... ..itor. ',r. mng: hig delegation of O shoma boomers. C U R ES4 OU T E I Ue
W. s. LEYi..... A('l.(..orr. il,,l n lf the Supreme Court, and Indian Territiry people in \Wah. w8950'sa m sa i
JE.!.%EE. HURT,/. ..... ,'Wt fiia,'l. arn ori!.e;(d thT' week in The Metrop- ington now in tt e. Inerets of their
LOI.S J. LHUMlY. ,;, 'I,.. .ernt.t II, '-e cas*" of F. J. Moodie, et al. hill. They are perfectly willing for
-vI. the, 'ate of Florida, sustaining the joint Statehood and in all probability
r.M. PREfITTT....; *Sri, ,. ln .. ,,n.itir itionality of the Buckman the Hamilton hill, which comes the
OFFICE:1, (i'0 IJ K ,chol law a, enacted by the last Leg- nearest to their witshe, will be passed.
asW.Main srteti. o i- satare, is the final settlersentaof a mo- About the only thing they doobject to
-- mentous question and relieves th is any provision for total abstinence in
Tru ut.v i ; .1,. a e- DA.'L .. Board of Control of further embarrass. the new State. They say that tlih OGov-
0v tMo ef .day, ,'.: y, :1 Ill: I[lithe city,,or:
mailed ItoR.y, p. :t . ,tage men' 'n its performance of duties, as ernment, being the guardiau of the In-
re,or .. :. ;i ,i hree sprofitiel in the law. This board can dian.,can naturally do with them aS it
montht:,rot <,.. t i--Tic....r:y in now proceed to the expenditure of likes, but they decidedly object to
advuct. fnii ,dr in the ere'tion of college build- coming into the U'niorn with a prohibit.
P.c iI. ':,. ;, :.. 'i; :,i : hur i: h i i ni s at (iainesville and the removal of tion proviso applying to all the white
forfir.t ii-er t:,i I uS ll r el ..halitllcal u4tH" school Iroperty from one place people in the Ststei si well as the In-
tanseti:. to another or the sale of it for the ben- dians. On the other hand,the bill for
Rat ir. !I-;.ady adrtrig ide knownn on t ,of the new work to be done. joint Statehood btw en New Mexico
S___________ "it is indeed fortunate that this anti Arizona will n all probability RX
The Twir( i.-\vc k .sun inn eight-p;ge, hrty- p ,ilt of law has been judicially de- have a harder road to travel. Senator
coIumn pta.lrr, Ip',lihtld every Muilsy nlld tt rrined so early In the proceedings of Beveridge has mrade a personal meas- "I wad much aficll ted with rheumatism, writes
rhui.day, and conaumin all the uw o th tr orm io of theof the point Statehood bill and hs d.C.NodwavilleedgwickCo.,ans"gin
weekly, hloal. tatte alnd genern, will be great or of tr ormion, as it the point ood bill, d ha about on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain.
mailed. po.tae iree, t ainy i,.,t of t0:i rited renmoive a doubt from the minds of the interested the President in it to the I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment, which
states or canadafor a ai). yt1-- i1 i.',iia pepop,!l and establishes the legality of extent of having him endorse the cured me, after using three 50c bottles. ITISTI8
the law and the Board of Control, on- measure in the lat-e. :iesage. But at GREBATEST LINIMENT I EVERUSED;haverec-
All advertising Ill. I conmt dlue attir first ,ter whose supervision the act of the the same time it s donubtfal if there ommended it to a number of persons, all express
appearance f (i evtrtiseni, it. onji utherwic themselves asbeing benefited by It. I now walk
stipulatel in contract. tan:loi not known to u Legi'lature is to be put in force, will be any further a live support for without crutches, and am able to perform a great
will be required to pay for hirtilsng in ad. "It does more: it shows that H1. IH. the bill from the White House. There deal of light labor on the farm."
WRac. Address, THE DAILY SItN, Ruckman of this (Doval) county was are no delegations from either Terri. TH1E SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
o.L.Lvi.s"s. PL*, riich his contention in abolishing tory in Washington iu the interests of BALLARD SNOW LINIMEN T CO.
h--- w and consolidating of State collegiate the hill, and the anxiety for joint BT A LANLII
When a woman in out shoppiDng or instititea as meansof relief of the Statehood, if any ex-t, is almost en- LO. A
Christnmas she is seldom in a hurry. tax-payers and for the betterment of tirely on the side of New Mexico.
the school system of the State. One or
The New Year will son be here arid two well.maniged and well-patroniz-d The Chrismas edit on of The Gainee- SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
good resolutions for thirty days at colleges ar' hetter than a half-dozen ille Elevator is one of the best gotten 1 (* G i.JOn eSOG- 0vi1le.
least are now in order. poorly narnaitd and poorly patronized up of any we have r ceived so far. It
:--: :...ones for the tax-payers of the State is well printed, the advertising artid- .. _.__
The little folks are the ones who en- who were aspected to pay the deflc- tically displayed, and the selections by I 1.A1\/1 P' A' //1 /.
joy Christmas, and it takes but little iences of each one annually. the editorial staff a credit to the
to make them happy. I)on't forget "Mr. Buckman is a lawyer and this writers. The issue i perfectly sats-
them. law framed by him and passed. cor Y- r A r Insured
--- - through his efforts, while a member of wrkof improve Eact Main i A
John A. McCall, president of the the 8tate, Lgislature, will be very street, North, has commence and
New York Life Insurance Company, is gratifying to him as well as to his nu- when this broad (horoiughfare is out in
suffering from a severe attack of pneu. merous friends to know that the high- good condition it will be one of the u1 i omanyt ihat Li braliof eblw. H eti a Ioihe Correc tl
1moo0 est judicial tribunal in the State has handsomest in the city. Good streets \\'rstt. i iberality f olioy Cntrac' and the Company I
---:- I, sustained him and his work. He proves and good sidewalks ii all that (iains- I [i L 'r,mpy
OGrman sausage, made in Berlin, is his ftness for Sta te enator to which ville needs to make it a beauty. I 14
mid to contain a more diversifled mix- he aplres." ---- -- Y A r Assure I
'tore than any other article of food on The cala Banner, published b Y ou A re A ss red
the market. Hon. Frank Harris, who was a mrem-. UOlla acK0 .
the mre. Hon. Fran Harris, ho rasa mm- elar Pack* ge That no serr u. los ouan overcome you without you have some
her of the board of trustees of the
The Jaoksonville Pure Food and In. University, also has the following sen- Fre ue.
dostrial Expcastion is now ready for sible article in a recent Isue of his
the big show and is sending out its paper, which has the true somentoiment: f Aa l,
prem stuff for the 8tate papers. "The Suprene Court of the State of L ,
h:-- .::----- Florida, without a dissenting opinion, M n edl e Fre e i
The average small boy is the same bas declared the Buckman bill to te Yo an no obtain a large dol; r riz free j one b.t tlabl*e Companies "epreseutd.
now as ever when it comes to shootlrn constitutional and this muoh mooted I'ackair of Man Medletn free on relue t. __
Mon Medlicine cure, mao-weakne I
reotrackers. It Is human nature and question is now settled and we hope Mian Miitlne lives ou onre more uthe uito. I
,thethisft ,il't t ,l}oie n- throbf4 m A .C U S H M A N
It ls hard to deprive him of his enjoy- will never again be utubjected to any ,~ra,; n;e.ure. thio'keen aun.e ot sn- . C 'U S L N
ment. disturbing influence. -.r -i.n the- luxury re Iti-.o "r uai l
t t .w.-ounifort- fr-P %aln MHP hirne ,itor, it _
-"If Florida provides a public school \,an r lene cre, mn-rran, ne rvo, Information cheerfully furnished. (AINESVILLE. FLORIDA
There is no doubting the fact that in, every country district, a high i"',g"lh tnarV,,.0:l.v oA. rab'e n,.,I t lu
GaOlnville will have many more new school at every county seat, a univer. n.'i. relidenoes erected next year and It is* sty for boys and a university fur girls '"' A on i ir, M -
qoite certain that many houses for at convenient localities. ,he will have in .A ,' : ., PA RTIAL PR I CE L IST 0 F
rent will be built, done her duty towards the youth of the V f n.. dir.l', t.- ni '.. The- '
-Srtate and this what he is now doing. kimi. no r tiIi-.... i .. ,, rho W ines, Be r and M al
There Is nothing more enjoyable to Florida, in the last twenty year., A. .,,i-rt W hiisi s, W lines, Beer and .a ,lt
the people who come to Floridl for ha. llnt made lmich progress along the enrlltr', 'or Ito. ,. *i iot t____- .. t
their health than the aromatic odor of line of higher education, hot now hav- I ..a'u:i elf oneaur, r. -.Sn Msll, ,'-' wi;" atl, EXPKESS PREPAID.AI. Bulk si;odl-Jugi* Free-Net Prepald
the pine trees. Groves should be pre-. ing her feet planted on solid ground, a'" t""n ,',', a r. ru Qi ui.Meare 4 ts Per Ga on
served in every locality. we hope her two universities will grow I ou r 2ne aII t ., r..1- wE: r'. t .t .' HIultin C:ub lHHe is 1 R1e. ,.. (Co'n tr ood grade.
h Ct t'o(.is )lotmtou i. -1 A t a .t r rnI 'tIt N eiti iC unll lire I s 4 4 (3. Per lAllon
-- .-. Into proportions that will become the ri e to ever di llo.- 'r l -! t u ii Rc-Ie n 'orn. Rum Fine quality.
It It calculated that in London alone pride of Florid.ans and will ever t' irer, Iatre 4eC ut'o I.C'. H I. i owrgn e '' co.'. .N i. for te mones.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 23, 1905


NWI ROnt A! e Adrvent church in that city oo
NEWS FROM ALL h.
Vednesday. The list of rreacntswas
PARTS Of FLORIDA a as the r"
Jarm i Roach, a iint)rti ,) ( ii ,ored
crook, was arrested in Jnlak-ic,)vllIt
Brif Happenings From Various y-"terday charged with -..talng nt
Sections of State. overcoat ,it of a man'- ,itey. ie
ha. recently been released frr n a ( r-
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS p'itile evmp, where he.' red 5 x
years.
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers." Juidge Faulkner's hand.l iomi :-w. ri..
.i'lnC. at Pe'rry, which wa~s nearly ,'io i.
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the t rr
plete! wis totally del trye l I y r at
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to 2 1o' l,,, \.dnPtesdy m,,r in 'ic le,
All Classes. total l)4.4 is laced ar t 4 = It i
E. H. Crow,. one of ti- ole'rt eit- t' tlht the tire wA& th,' .i rk of an
izens in Lske county. dietl at hih home ir 'i
in Altoans. Sunday, D,,'cpnmbr 17'th, 1Ed W t, Ra olor ifl i-hr:mm t


aged a7 yearii.
A stock company of .trcadia people
has b-en organized to manufacturer
cement blocks for building pI'rposres ti
that busy town.
The severe wind in Jacksonville on
Wednesday cut off all telegraph com-
munication,, and not a wire was work.
ing until 1(i o'clock at night.
The Methodist church at Live < Ik i,
to have the inttrir remodleled arid in-
proved and of cnr-re the ladies will It-v
that the money i, fIrthco! intig for the
work.
Polk county is poking away at t!,e
managers of the .lidJ-Winter.tate Iair
against the injustice of the award madc'
by the judges in the matter of countyy
exhibits.
The Florida College of Pharmisy at
Jacksonvilie has ineorported with a
capital of M5,0Co, with the privilege if
raising it to $.5usJ when the enterprise
warrants it.
George Graham Currie. in The Tronp.
leal Sun of West Palm lIeach. drop
into poetry in inviting the people oif
the North to come to that land of flow-
ers, fruit ard fish.
The city council of Punts (;,)rda will
Dot tolerate throwing refu-e on the
streets any longer. and offenders will
be punished to the full extent of the
law. Good thing.


Miss Bessie Johnson of Key Vest
was declared the most popular young
lady in that city by 2,018 plurality. .o
the vote showed at the carnival just
closed in that city.
The builders of Tampa, who have
been obliged to quit work owing toi
lack of material, have again resumed
operations and claim to have work
enough to keep them going rix months
Dr J. Y Porter, State Health Of-
ficer, has tendered his resignation and
asks to be relieved of this cffi"e T-he
board has deferred action and ha* ask-
ed Dr. Porter to withdraw thc, reipiia-
tion.
The pumpkinn b''R" I a,, ten get-
ting in hie work cn the orange Ilea&es
and the fruit oo rt'e trees at Abijrn-
dale. They puno't jre the fruit and
sock the juice. so that the 'range
would drop.
The wireless te:lgraph station at
Anastasia Island has Jijt been pIt to
the flnal test and pronounced in per-
feet working order. It is now in comn-
maleation with the station at Jubiter
for the first time.
W. E. Johnson of Tampa held a


lighted match too close to his auto to
ee what was the matter with the'
thing, and the gasoline exploded in his


face and he had a narrow eescaip fro
losion his eyesight.
The Dade county eommni loi.
haveeommeneed a suit against ti
city of Miami to compel the mWueicipi
government to pay its share for It
eoistrection of the bridge acr t* It
river at that plaee.
Diek Wiadham of Panta (orda has
wateraeloa patch that is now I rodt
ng a*am flee melons, and if he keel
oa with his work the negro problem i
other part of the State will tb solve
Tbe will all go to Punts (iords
George P. Batler a*d Miss reorgl
Dowliuh, two of Live Oak's most pop
oalr yose people, were married a

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neab peeparst .me and aa*riff p
a role. are sowky or trrtI&ag &AW*
at so oearty gd4 Ihair bou P
4. gra ff We fsrae.raly liv.sruvm4 tol
DUE &S ise ctb*e S y of ti" u t*ete Of
asl baw Ifrtebh. arsi 4aa41.. it ctase
by a ewuL Tb. cWu1 @5a& t te or* 6"sd
un b 5.bo WU.5T heerm. "tie f.lrta-b.
-OWel bw Oa"Orsto.. PaI l w pesomwee
dowehl on soW ho I-t'ca 15.-
bbwalW~ *F !OPULtree ffr FV-l
seu yA otg wwor dOfavwq br
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I'ain Ip arid a ('omlrpalnion I lrinami l II rrv
('a-h. i: ~ t ,aight in the .teirm n ,:i the,
hcv W\',.tie.iday. Their bomit wam
vlarnped, hoIt VWept htinK (il to loii
companion. who died froimi ixa[,iiStimn, I
and hil tto him for five hounr,. whn'rm a
-t-a.nm'r came along annd picke-d up
ti th l,. de.adi and the iviiei.
I),'i:a r, ',c'n ly went wet at the clce-
ttion lithld in thar city. and T]I'h F:Eveningi
,'atr ,f \\'WndrinJday say. tha:' "'nver in
t ,e history of the olde't inhabitant
d )'aIIla experience a. e't a time',
S ith pract Iilly nIo rain, a- lan t niiht
ti1 t.i-i morning. TIh' atitmophere,
was re .kiii with i moinitret aiid c'l,-
delnctdi nit huge drop.< all over the.
g a@s andI ir ii> ptorre. and public

Torture of a Preacher.
'The story of the torture of Rlev. i)
Ii l, orv, pastor of the lHaptist church
of Harp r-rille, N. Y will interest
y,>Ii lie says : "I niffert-d agotnie,
because of a persistent cough, result-
ing fr1)m the grip. I had to seleep sit-
ting up in bed. I tried many reni.
e'lie.P without relief until I took lir.
King's New Irscovery for (cnsump-
tion, Coughs and Colds, which entirely
cured my cough and Paved tme from
rconsimptioni." A grand cure foIr di .
eased conditions of throat aud lungs.
At all druggists; price 60c and $1I O,
guaranteed. Trial bottles frfe.


The Leat AmerlesI Ktmg.
Maximiliant and his followers were
drut up la uerataro. lNMaury powerful
Influences were at work to wive him.
Seward nalo did bhi best. lBut he made
little or no effort teo sociall. If be had
failed an an empiiie'ror hic could at least
face dlisiister willth the c(iurage and the
dignity of a right Irlrnce'ly Imlture. Be-
trayed by thle Inall inulllO IAIw tried
before a court martial of I.Lv' nlnd or-
dertol toe I' tiIot, hIe api'nt li lacit days
la the dlcbi rg', of all the' odillantions
af frlielehliip fianl d c>irte-y A false
report of the' (l'eath o(f 'ilrltittH Ltwiug
brought to hlin in lprlmIn t lianid tlin
ply, O liei Il.'s t oi tI hil Il line to the
wourl"' INI forth ito hilm execution
andll tild to" Itairit le-tw\ 1 t, two of his
gei,' 'r;al, e h'. w\Tere Ikn -.. cindile'un-
el,. hIe' trr iie,1-'r- to (ceeiilr:al MNiriinn inL re' ,,gnittloll of
bil cOiur a.ge i '1r rittlo- of thie lmus-
kets uarkeIl p-rlhiii-. thi er] ,eof nil
moniariy In tlnhi' ie w w.ril lu1t the
blttc're-'t rule *c f di'ii. ri y ;
scarr"'ie i r- Ir' :i i;rtler I .ir ith;In
xIt:;, i 1 0t to '.liid lt -f .r- thf- e0 e1.1
of Anll. r. i :-. t l i, l:i t r :'r.- ,'
of Il t . I f ,i:. ; , ,: i "'
ceiti.'.lut \\ '.. .i. i,.e. r .tt iti At.in
t;."


Fereous Fcghtirg.
"l-For se ten year." writers a; W.1
llffrtmlan f lHarper. %a!, I had a


DON'T NEGLECT A COLD.



Neglected Colds Lead to Consumption.

How Consumption Develops.
Ninel seo of c~,on-u: t' L ,,n out of ten
oc)ur in this way:
A person catehe.tI ec lt I it i 4e n)
properly cured, andtl tln li I, sL
augLht.
Thi om l I llly-dall.i AN h. Ith,. r
11 n trvattlmenlt wN'|h Atev er rr-, -tti t ti-m
.n n ha1 I tI I t I* I I tIvtuffq tul, %IIs t .10 It

n -I in 'he ,r c ,,I A h eamtzI 1 a

I, It lu g i\ ivel ly teli,41 ora4r3 y


c. in. ti oulugh p andiru d

I i I ' : ,,to developand the


Mls Lillian Pow, lI, Aurora. Ind., writes:
"LUat spring I caught a severe co d frsm lgetin
out In the rein, and In day I had mostl m.serbl
thlakl It would ooleste me. lBut It hunw to an
I fnlt sething must be done, as my cofd lton a
"I ad heard 0o much about IPrunM and In Its pr
ead bqegn taking It reguiarlY. I was gratified to i
col Mnd cough was broken up. and three wrek s' tr
stored my) usual goud health. "-lIJllln PoI ell.


Christmas Holiday Rfat.
k r la r.t < w i. .a.I ,e, ,* .
cry nci an ,ppcrl ., t, I. t t I .I r
IonmnieS. ail frie'l t'l l iA *i tl, e a'
c<.i) 1 of the ( hr *ims h,) '11 al y i*e .
tw-en all poin l ts at **,e lt I, ,i -.'hircd
fare.. p; io tlwrenty 1r-'re ('i,1 cp-i's fir
the. rmuindl trp I *.e tip'tre w,il te
oll **a liece'-rni',-r .'.' n't ,,i,
:3tV 3!*4t artd .1s, .ry lt. Ir.,a I 111.1
of min,. Ialruaryj 4'
Sjr *tad,'lrS t l 'slt lo ,t.'r t **' meit-
rates will apply th It e ,, I li.II
that they *il th-. r n e '.member
l"'h lo 4'. th I r h '';. 'ie ',s- lt,.k.-'*


tfl bcitter tiatjle. wm'h chnmcnei*t 'ns'h And wt' 1 onl y t,@-r 9 4A tce stufl t 10n1i I m #-.
liver Itin) 1.1-. it, at Iact, I w-,e I.and OPeretaI fi t w )faef 0. ccf ItIs If, si edIc&( y Ithe
rt cure-d my I-#-iiseea iy It-- uce ,'. :o- c- pta uel~le416srAI 7c.*1rita f .I i- Sri-
IC tnic Hitters I !n1,ef tati-igy r-c ren- o Itmistitf'iof'I
at mend tt.'rm tie l'. arnl dlnt m:.r.'ned en I U frh01- "'I I 1ia r Is ,&i.frtf
tC` the f tuatre. ()tri he. f-wiucalthem ien the romnitg here- I 't. i,'vtias *n u'aoel #A I cOf,
I, houm0." 1117i hey are' -etwiceila wc-fuder. Anhant 4,I'ga.! I .r 1agents 1,F write
ful mediemeino. r. r ae c sired mjm't a bal & Frank a' l:.o tint IieetsrIarger,
Crtso as Me1.0' -,d uudcr xguarati' .A'lf .I t c'keee III
tor, to do thissame f'r cItj a drog. I Te 61 a
4 gists at M a b.ttt r Try ttn pccdlay

d she l.ieftaftd of Owl.rilear 0., mOV,lemn Etetau [mal,.
Ethsl-I J :.c, fa Lltt;e boy Is 6 r j.I41rup !, are a eelaiSo, I kelghed
ha& wh) ic.'I t ab t.Ya Y lo; a L4cleer? I so.a i tmoeeth ie
*Mwcsuz~-FortIe' 11---san* rts(oftI auP 'CD5It~wI@ ofI bs'.Ut ~n~t vy@ teeiv.,
P.por.that. Altlciougta a little(ol to adtcWl e!l.este
atdoll. a ig dollItoinot a 4dollar EO breglit awl -Ivor P',u oeast 19top?&o
(ra'ore ely - That'V%.no Uy big ag fritrierdsto take .1tlout rfserpW8004 ;ai
was x-KAnSAs II t; Jooral b.4 (eit, Lo 4.s, s .Frwt yOftopd4140
bogtbasevti55 #,)r 91 1-0t IS1 10Vsep
W68 Word Loeb. in easat I.t. ake Pefewssee aft
Bee.vole'at fold 1,01jetoa etof do V.. e('.,lewistiAi~om j.
tomlrcn ui :I~'oo h l


=Win Se7o- 1'f AS: Whit hare!
yas ee.to yawr heM? rt'mpoyedI
-p.ok emy nwklin. m. kamckis,
as peoplsdorm bow fur Waft.

toa rdor t orr. ommad WeNo
am OWN an MM& of som Safto

ifOfe@ by ismg To
So Derro OW we h Old nod WOU
a ed runway.mm. olsado'D wl)--
as @lglp. Per obildrome s
msb M P a01 tM. ae0" =4 is


6Im 1 Now SL M
a blo


Miss Tcabeau's

Boarding and

Day School
So im W*. -e 0" ..
AtIWi 8YLLL. -I LIIMDA


I: I ~ .'-,
I'. tc2, in


1. >1I Ini, onily to
t it- int the firet

< 1 1 1 1 '
w k.
l i ,1. U it


ati I tII \ P'. - ,l, 1-uit 1 t h
lit a i- n. ti c i l~ .it* .
S.1 mi, .'11 t I %> P 1' n.l rim.% had o ny n ti A
toitl r i I.', ,Ilu Ii t k a i lir r
tli' c reI'reI II tc'fc.re iI a si at, at I '.
SInt a w c'k tIhe ',i s ** i amie ciit I-ere
h"r,,ken, aln I I a lhrc r i w eki' treanllllc ll
,, ,, c,'c ripulile,'li rec-tr'li Iner to health.
TI hls tom l b tt I'. rcuni toi deilu 1 all the
Ni hi. N i a cisc i. m i ,ld pr IIl, ldot an
I I I rr l Al. I t' A i "it 11 s tid i tc' l l


Consaumptlieon.
Thie flr.t .t*I,, t,.wai d crn.mniisi ilt in is
S. hm i lh e n, ii- lt,1 i ti fainlluire ti t ure
PL -RU- NA it roiiiit 'i e thl m d s i I It I ,' t e d.-
'S It Ipn' l t llf canta4 rrh, I Sw ( i- i ra hiae m y
CURES',,F',,,,,,'hric'. lTh f,,irilh i step, the
COLDS catlrrh i> -tirn.stoi pret.tl frio m th ib head
Ih i the ii hrlat l, thn Ici thei bry 1wo chal
ADD ils, anni finally iii', t Ih lungn. It 4is
COUGHS. t,, lern cis.umlptitn 1it th.- ll.st .sta e..
A I any sire durintihe, pro mrioo ca0-
itirrh, from the first stitf ili would to
II. final ttlement li the, lil li l ngs, l rua
w PItslke Mlt SM ya1 ,e relitd u1, c t, a sl, p thie disease.
Ift y,,ii have taken a reId, buy Perslll
we'11 \VtM1 lI'- wit i,,,ut ,,i .,la. (1il...te it the be.
glnniing will dli more i good than a half
'j '( ]l'l lh rn 'tol'a after the ,alarrh has
flat. ned sr il n n411 4 the lings.
Pe -ii-liltl. Th usame h af Testimerll ala.
w_ have ______ on file, (hinosalnd of tselU
inaniale fri pel,, iwlple who have bee
my fet wet and being ilj r trl of ratrrhiu Ieh, lungs bIy l'ralal
Scod. but I neglected it, We r Ia glve our rearl.rs enly a llghl
r for two wrees., hen rlimnepof i thvast array of unaiollelted
I sefrI u. elisil.tselilnltsc' we are rrec'lving evory
ile the tl boIi ig a ha tllle i cmn N oteIb .r 1 h I.I t ell-ln in theei world
nld tha In a reA the l. re'e,., lv, l uilh Ilmnr.. Ir e*itioh.
reatlmrnrt e rplerIh.C '. ., i*, lt,'r. uf liin, Is Icr. lisluatLIea
Ly~hCMY~ -' .J>i f *) r' I>nIt.


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lom JONE's& 104
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 23, 1905


WILL HAVE FINE BUILDING. The Food That DOS Good
First National Bank Will Occupy One L
of the Best Buildings in the State.
Work is progressing nicely iupn ihe 'ie
building recently vacated, ar.d which
will again be occupied by tLe First Every
National Bank. rT Cod Iam U. hblion "Per hm1aa`e" fto
This building is beiog thoroughly c0ea8,e., Inll nmtli, La Oip.
kre Threat eed Legse, CLtar, Pemesla
overhauled, and extensire operations Ce emes and all Pslmonary DLseaue All
are being made. The two room will Droniggl two ssl eO and st.
be made into one, which will afford a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL PR
fine, commodious lobby. The floor 0SalUledngameandaddrnesto
will be of stone, the furniture will O.OMULSION CO. N9 PaF Stut, NewYeor. WE
oomprile the hbet tllere is for the pur.
pose, and altogthel r the new Firt Na.
tonal Bnk will be something of which CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S.
our people may well feel proud.
The success of the First National Get the Handsome Embossed Cards at UUL
Bank is a matter of record, and the The Sun Job Office
eficient management is to be con. We have some very handsome em-
gratulated. It is one of the moat solid bossed Christmas and New Year'scards,
institutions of the kind in the State, on which we will print your name for Para(
and retains a reputation which flnan. Christmas or New Year'* calls.
eiers regard as absolutely safe. The They are very fine and if you desire
success of this bank is due altogether them you should put in your orderear. ThiTb
to the conservatism of those in charge ly. Call and see samples at the coont*. aeo
of its affair, and in whom the public ing room. urkey
.. boats fP
have manifested the greatest confl Remarkable Cure. forbun
dence.eor r
"I was muon afflicted with sciatica," MI
THE FALL LETTUCE. writes Ed C. Nud, lowaville, Sedgwick
Co, Kan., "*goig about on crutches .
Shipments About Over. But Movement aid unfering a deal of pain. I rwae
Will be Renewed About Jan. 10. luducid to try Ballard's Suow Lini- .
The shipment of fall lettuce, which meit, slhich relieved ine. I used
has been quite heavy, 1I about over three 60o bottles. It is the greatest
and the growers seem perfectly satis- liniment I ever used. Have recom-
fled with their returns. mended It to a number of persons.
A prominent commission man re- All express themselves as being bene.
marked to The San reporter Thursday fited by it. I now walk without
that the plant had realized well in the erutches,able to perform a great deal 204 E
markets of the North and the lettoue of light labor on the farm." 25c, 60e
erop this season had been- a profitable and $1. Bold by W. M. Johnson. All I
one.
'I don't know how it Is," remarked rudvyr KpIlls. promp
this man, "but the lettuce from the "Mr. Kipling," writes a fellow pas.
Oalnesville section seems to be sope. senger to ('ape Town with him. "is a PAPE
rlor, and always commands a better small, well knit man with a finely
shaped head and a keen, happy face,
price. It reeahes the market in better full of that alertness which one would
condition, and oan be selected from a naturally anticipate from hsl writlngs.
large stock as being fresher and finer He ha. a thick brown mustache, very
looking." The protected lettuce is slightly touched with ray. and heavy
rapidly maturing, and shipment will dark eyebrows, and he always wears
begin about January 10th. This plant gold rimmed spectacles. lie dresses e
seems to be thriving vigorously and comfortably and neatly and Is guilty ,am
promises to yield well. The grower of none of those extravagant untidl- The ur
nesaes usually indulged in by ditin- term "ou
who has protected lettuce may ezx- eI li d whbh
pguihed poets and artists. Ile did not materls
peel good retum.rs deiplay a great deal of energy on Irn mat
will ma
A A UNT board. Once or twice he was see(n 1 xled
SA B playing rubber quolts with Mrs. Kip- rILOUR
Ilng. More often he was pacing the moire,
W. A. Strickland and Party Killed Many d~k. talking or ltting quietly reading. It Iw M,
Deer and Other Wild Game. Sometlnmis ho wrote in the smoking
Among those who came to this eity room."
Friday was Hon. W. A. Strickland of -- Phone
Paradise, one of the oldest and most Cured Paralysis.
widely known residentsof that section.. FW Italy, I1. ) Trule, Tlex, N T
Mr. Strieklnnd states that he has writes: "My wife had been suffering
just returned from a big hunting trip flve years with Iparalysis inl her arm. No,,t
Into Callfornia waImp, LaFayette when I was perIuIdied to ip laIllard's ofa ntJ
county. with his brother, O C. Strick- SIow Iliimrlnt, which curod her al. w. tie
tltion tt
land of Hague, Claude Stokes and rilht. I have ailo isii i1t for old ,if AlaC
Frank E C'lioi. lThe party was far. ores, frostbite and ski, ll erllionr i ,lthe
worrd with "big luck." having killed It dloes the work." bl Iy W. M south
S lthf
severi dler, to say nothing of quantil- Johiiso. North
tiesof wild turkey snd other game., N r e
Rlearch ne I)larspllIe. enrelol
Of the ireven deer killed Mr. Htrick. IIrmr, 171,rd Rolrt . erner
n llr I tri i', 17 land states that he came out victoria. t i, Ihird ,i of Itiert. first duke of reeo '
ous, having shot four. lie i ur itf .,rr, ift.,rwnrl fgenrs.I In the ar-I rown
the most accurate tmarkmeptlil til the mthy iSee ,t,,ldl of ithe Sc',d regiment west 1r
14 Tow
county, and very seldom failed his ,f fHit uiirnl. in*tlvedl a rlprlmnand. ,,n. Ini

Failed. (':i iI i 1 t lnliitnry offe'rtiir ns thnt hei *
All efforts have failed to Itlnd a bet. hli! lI'i Ii n hil in"s'. nis he reiltevred
ter remnduly for eough, l alde and lungK iui:,rl. 1'i,,'n*It hi inrre'si window In Lo
tro ,hi tha Floey' i 1o ey and Tar. t .1:4n- i ',l le',' thi. aia l this only.
It stoics the cough, heal. the lungs and I 1. h I e, i, ntier, Jour.
prevents serious results fruon a eiold
J N. I'atteron,. Nashua. lwi, write; A Fearful Fate.
l.at winter I lad a had cold on Ily I ii a farfl fale to have Ito eitu re
u.g anad Irtrd at least half a drs te tensile ortr of e I canl
adverltlwld cough mlledtlner and had
tavrretsed cough te pistei. and had truthfully say. writ e Harry t'olson Ilr
rr frm in wih. of Ma vll, I.. that for bd.
out getting anivy >ienteit A friend re. hedlg. leedi ching an protruding piles, K
e,,mendted l Fo.'s Honey and Tar I cklalve is the bst t.
amId two-thrdf of a bottle cured me I
co,,e(der it the gr'rtee eCuh aind lung u i t l . u n r
ndi e I the world J ad ur t ll r t
('ollum A ('Omi(tiy 1. I ii re h mi. O(l
1t liir; thi !..,,.-! ,Ur father fr>mi
Lo* Rates to New Orleas an, RHelurn fr ,.,,.' ..t ,r.,' r,..,., i p.f-,rrrl a Onl
Vsa Atlantic Co lst Line I,|,, i,.n,.ii lu,. t. ,.' ali t w a f~ ~n


("ln Iat I t lo 61m ummcre iut umI'l t lii all, l het t elk aear.of
t!.mkt it %ti I; sell tickets frolm all iolrkis v It 140 111imt lili,., the 1I ''!.11 tith F 6
oil its l1ee to' New etoriana, I.a an*, t'htiim'hi. )t~~t-1,.a till 7-I ',. 55' aJ It I
irt-turit iti
the rate of o1e0firat 'class fare. -lis, 2* isle qeobutial~ietll this a~nf'mtlamenut points
cents t r t, r ri'1d trip Final nlmit ngthi 1s Ike 01W4 sm ti f Lill i
of all 1Icel. i i. all, Iar )a iary 6th, k. i stht hoAtw of We l"1 0A
prior to I i t1,1111 gh f hr *h .'A. a.li tg.' r T aY .t'
meet racai. 41 tina start til l: n P ol itr I-of
Ifarther tufoitol.%s I ore' Aliitt' (''ant Heart FhatterseiR;mf
Liao W*ts vattv a ic railk, C hKiy t'ndltgse,140 t.1d foodand g1s*i6111 sIt 91M.
to.eJ, slt itett I Vaslsviklitr lge. ate, orat"d Jues bljs tilv e heart.q'l5
eonvtll1. I I asgiaslmt Is and tau"ce earl pallI.I
11 Mad Chase pilatta. W'bom your bhert trhMbbil
Mlllsose ~ rush iimal c f YOU 1111 that way gasacHore Hlobmm a for
health, teemmisss #gewteem.of fadjrsw fewo daysYou will 600a e teall right. L J
to amotber. when, if. ithy oultiuly N* a bolet t Sold by W. N Johnesa
*a& Iesa few, &ad keeptI r twi tue G ibssa Pele Ciw 'airs.
n~o ar w1 Dr KJs f Pe w dLaeio..
ob*W mbkoW ftW @A "0 SIM .- l. sbm" Ate ipme Sps "de Ae h
ft~ low04 AMSi&m &W 19" m; t o prsmakhlemW6 Wed. pm a *n
a""m ilWeem Uss.aIs amM do" ab W'm
0n1 A I


T2-e

DORADO CAFE

anlines n cooking g a Feature.
thing in Beason Cooked to Order.
OYSTERS AND STEAKS
Special.oe.
COFFEE thp Best.
ICES REASONABLE.

ST SIDE SQUARE,
106 West Main Street. 8.


F HAMMlOC HOTEL,
GULF HAMMOCK, FLA.

dise for Hunting and Fishing

hotel ri under now management and
October lit. I,6. for the winter. Beat
nodatioma Fine huntlngl.ncludlnu deer,
and mail game. Excellent tshing and
or aooommodatlon of guests. Guides
tUnc and fthinl parties.
sites and aoeommodatlon address
RS, LOULA THOMAS. Proprietres.
GUr LHAImoct. LaYT Co. FLA


G.


S.


MERCHANT& CO.,


Retailer'and Jobbers In


Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Grain, Barden Seed and Fertilizers


8JUTH SIDE SQUARE.


UAINESVILLE, FLOKIDA


Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggi and other Pr4iace,


A Complete stock oT Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
and Rye. We handle only the VERY BEST ootods at the LOW-
ST PRTCES. and guarantee uatifaetion alas.

ESTA.BLIBBED :1869.


H.F.DUTTON&CO.
DEALERS IN---


Sea

Sea Island


IslaMd_. Cotton I1

Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrua
Leather in Strips or Sides.


Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English


..... .... Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.
i. ALN GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, U S A

TEutabliiame 1878
Painter,
Decorator and
Piper Hanger. B. F. DTTTTON&O CO.
lst Main St., S ,Gainesville, Fla.

kinds of outside and inside work p| t
>tly and neatly executed. B A

R HANOING and SIGN WRIT.
ING a 8pe0ialty. Do a se nrl bakta I b ela. boy and sell Foreign and Domestic Eohanle.
The msoo of banku. baker oororporaton. farmers. mercbano and other
reoelved on favorable termr. Speiall flo;stle f o making oouecilou on oJa
S You I acoreibe points In the United Sftats.

p Your Heal Clear sue T7 te -
1 0AI3SB3S"VZTLEJ FLOFjTT A
I your towgaeh free from ilndtg'e
i If you would tIr hni ,r wttb your
ily sad your fellow-man.
rest thing on earth to get a matI' anys-
ut of whack I.n heavy. soiry bread,
Scaueed by otveralreasonaw Flrrt. the
al may not be goYd. Mecod. the cook-
( be poor. The txwt Hour In tbe world
Ake Ue heaviet read If Improperly F
or cooked WV ITE THHE BET
R m d our "long illt" I1 knowing bow to
bake it. Our breuad does not .e'ot any
han home-made. and In many lnmitanes
muuoh ore ,palatable.
KEYSTONE BAKERY, Type
16-1. R. T. chafer. Prop. ACKNOWLEDGED

E ," AI'PI.I'ATION 'rt, i' E*.L. THE THE BENT
:AL :STAT 'l'. ,,r'i.H.: iSIAT-1K MACHINE ON THE MARKET
or J OII <)\'IN -I R L
,r i t.r,,,..h, e ~ en that ,to |th I aV Has Tabulator
at,. A. i) Mia li. U, lYI[ i ixD --(Tblt
itratiL ofr l ti .ter, .i ,r J J a'o xtl i -
.ea .sed n ,,,,s,. aIi,',. noen ,I i Every Machine.
io the H uI 1i ; Mas o, ouniv Judge
,hu icouiit~. l'ioridl.l. r an order to
followlni reitl esat- if fth, %I itkl e tte
the delotookf f ..a rlikt t.Owit The
haif iknl the No tbwr-t ,aurter ,o the lightest Shiftl Lightest Runninrg The
a&M jlArtel f S 0- 0111'tl 1, : 1 110l11 the
rst Jarter al the North half of the Champion Speed Writers of Ihe World
rast quarterr or the Nirthast ., uirter of
al .i tteromm n ence r.t the Northwet Use the Fay.Sholes. More Fay.Sholes in
Of the 1iocamt ,i a tterlor M tf C t .4.
hii I1 4 Rane "lK a nt run North l) usre in (ainerville than any other machine.
*i Iu rfeetrS south Ol feel uMl at _
et t, the i-oint of betllonti all being In
hip I' ?oulth. Rea1ne Fl'*at Also the
aia of the No rth f s o. halofFor Sale I)t
Ahip l, south, Hkange It )1 t K All Ir- Fr e b ....
Seratrl in ..a1 estate ma at near and la
th beir Interests.
INNIEN' n .,WIN. Admlnirmtratrix THE SU Galle,
RIVVIRS. Attorne#Y e Fa


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Nashville R. H.

,ist Line tIo
miubam, Nashvillle, Memphis
isilll, Lel.villk. (Imleaulat
LeAls (ieNe laed all pelata
Il and nW't la thrlul cars.

I line operating through lreepers
florilda nt 'Chiago
Saline ipertinl through erlopers
Flornia to )St. I.)ItS with dining
trv ie
eel dinngear servie in the South
nogh tourist eleper. to Califior.
Information ta to rats to all
s North and Wet. wehedul)e and
formation call o r write

O0. E. HERRING,
'la Pan.. Act. 1. AIt. L L.
lt Say istrt. Jerkeitlr la.

e Florida
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OCALA, LA


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Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
Via Via Via Via
DUpos Dwfmo Atth P AO Depos. or
or or ,Ith s south : J' es a
Jem'tavle JUleteriU i ua e Moes tomers
Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Time Table in effect Aprl 11, 106.
Depart For OAINESVILLE Arrive From
Slup m High Spriop and Inter- :oam
L aly mediate Pointe Dat1y
12 15pm Oeala. Leeburg and Tamps.and 4p
ltlly Intermediate Potat. Dsaly
I 0 pm Palaska. Jacksonvill. 1 :. p
Paly North, East and West \M
12 06 m Highll pragp. Wayeroea. ItvaaaI, Bramwrk. 1:U6
Paiy Albany. Atlasta all Puonta North, uEat West Day


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eta d'O thea m ASe, arf ou mI. by the prine"I s ame&.
Thromb ftlm akbeoror Pn Tamp a to v TsYO M via Atlraa@ Of
.mea; lsh via Atmat Ciwot Lkae ameS "uera UawivW .
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AtJPE I N THE MIDDLE AGES. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. BUTSIiHTE" CARDB
I-" Way In Slekese sad Old Ae T',, Wi "t IT 'I Y ('I ,,
Was itlable ladi.4* N'ti t ii hereby ,ive. ri ~,*,,, th.- 3rd DR l'. EE B. M)i-
CoAcerning the life of pcor people day ,it .ITanilary, .1 ) 1 iica- .
daring the middle ages a writer says: t (,Ion i Ii miel- to tl x.., ncy I
"In those bygone days of feudal rule N 1' ',r. ward. ;Governor ,f T, the dwellers In the country were al- "'or1Ia. fir ettertr Plat.ltt f.,r ithe
,'L''11 Zajr1,i j .i t a oenrilora!i ,i t !loi ,l s,
most invariably serfs, bound to the es- I t'r'.- .an ufactu rir rli r
tatt on which they were born and un- it, it i rinopal office at ,n i tille
der the absolute rule of the owner. in .\ :ai*hit ,i)ounty,. Florida \.' -
'They were possibly Jetter fed than at 'in: t trvwith the prooi,, d '!trt-,r of j A. ('.\ .l l., Sa
the present day, for butter, cheese and thi O .h- 1 ,'nri.oration.
eggs were plentiful, and the fertile soil TIh t r-t day of [ieeint.-r \ A I' IRNEY Al"' i \\'"
of Italy supplied them with abundance 1.-5 CI. And Solicitor in 1.t y
of fruit :i;'d veg. aisles. The poor miuan 1 I '
held his [plot ,' g*.'unl by the tenur I I al Estate, Coveyai en
of so mauy days in the %ear of service F. ,1 eral Pratol'er. AIll bustii r mo 1ti1
to hit lord. liut in -::ss (or nJ .g at V itteded to t ice iexit d 'r to Sur
his case was v er.y i iin.i;, and w 'e1.i 've 1 A ie.N I' 'v:
a curious ipro i, of ', ';is n a httr writ- I
ten In 14.;.# Iiy the. i;n hlr of [il.' 11 I' ,rC-I L'HAIt rEI: i)- THl.F ERIDINANI) BAYFR.
Btrazzi. ait !'>srei.. .. S ;.s IpP.ik;: (' CI'-L N' \ 1 M I N(I' \'I I N i ,, 1IAT TO)RNEY A T I. \k .
of some old peo;.le I ert' estatee inl ttih CI(I'.MPA.N 1
tountrv : I1 IUl iaThe pmrt ,, d who.- nan,- a re .it'l AINISVII.1I 'K;.
both alive anid 1!.it:; 11. I :hereto htvte ar.d do hereby form and s-
o rganiz- ti nLoattelvel into a corpIra*
flowed the field for next \*.ar. an1t. tion, tnder and purguatit tothe Iawsf Can sell your city prol,erty. (im.
must put it in order. : two) ; 1 i t,.i the Stte f Florida, and tsbmit the, proved and unimproved), pthesphaie,
pie. If they do not ti.*., il:.: .,I ai.,l t, .\rti,-. of Inoorporation: trucking and farming lands. Send himr
Heaven will lirovid.,' I.. ... to I": .\1:: : I--rhei nanie or th orp ,r- list of what you offer for 1ale. 2142n.
Ing thought of theII i.o ,,l ,1ly, v \ \,1. an'o I -i,i' TI'rF:n C vr:i' :: r M \ \ \ .,,i I
pious and highly sttte" '.. f: .' i, : ,N '\,(': The prinli)rpl otioie. WV E. HAKER.
the M edici, but it 1 r..':; r.. t -a .rji,)rtion hall he, at (an 's- *
In her own tmiid. A :-'.v iL... 'h. v 'il1, in i A i ehitu county Flohril I hi A TTOI{NEY-AI-L.\\V,
shabe writes to her son I' . cororirat on ,hall have the right tio e'.
alves o e nt t i v. ttth;i.h ,thtr places of bisine s titilini SOLICI 'OR IN CIAl.\N lI .
alive, o he must p t >t v 't the wo,. where it may Pectre .rpter-
go away and Ibe.. It wo u.l t,1,. t .% (. or de!.ire to conduct bijiin e. .
course, If heaven will t .k1t '. 1:. A \.a, : II-The nature of t,. hi- GAINES\ll.LE, Alachua t'o FL.A., Dail
patently a imerriful Provi.l .: a 1. ,l1 .. tit.- tratnacted by this caor Jor- ttie' End e] l,,tk
ready provided for Mon.i .;t.:" ti n .hall tI- to tbuy, hold and *-11 r teal
o---tat,. ain perortonal property: to lity It
MARKS OF LONGEVITY. it. eli timberand timbered Inlt l ati J. H. AIIERMA N. r
,a,_____ i' atorep ; to nmanufacttre. d.al itn
SPhysical Imdleatlom. That lou M., atn ti1 ellnaal stores. lumber and I'im-
StudF For Vouraelt. tr tsupplle and to deal geintrally in ) E N T I 1 -
IavHal tore. ad t conduct a mne'roa-
Every person carries about with hiitl. t:,. ij-i,,. il t connection therewith;
the physical Indications of his lohllg'vi- ;ii :t wh n nece sary for the purpoose, f |over Dutton a LO a IIt i.aIt.l t
ty. A long lived plr soni may I dii-- thii cnrporation, it imay build, equip l
tinguished from a short lived lpersoo at 1d operate railroads. may dig *ca-
at eight. In many lin.tan-it.es pIhysi- nal. maty equiIp and operate iteiam-
clan may look at the hainil of a pitlent bolats artd other nmet'n of transport. l a- D ( ,IDR .N in TISON.
and tell whether he will live or die. ation, either of which hlt e ued as
The primary conditions of longevity a I .: Ili-The .Etal t c k ,f
are that the heart, lungs aitm digestive this ,nrporation shall he Fifty Tl' n--
organs as well as the brain should tie H,,d I'illars ($W ).0(1) (O). to be di,( iv .ed offtI'e Mc i;.er Law Fs.i ,: se
large. If these organs are large the into Five Hiundred shares. of the pir AI .
trunk will he long and the limbs corn- value of One liundird I'llare GNI.A, TIL4I. ,
paratively short. The |person will up- ($ll,'.1)0) per share. One hundred ad --
peAr tall In sitting and short in stand- tifty hares shall be issued at one" to THE WEST ENDl) '
Ing. The hand will have a lung arid the incorporatore, upon the payment A :
somewhat heavy aln and short i o th r lue therof INE WINES. LIQU(ORS A ('IARt ,
sh borritied. The balance of said stook I'
gers. The rain will It' deeply seated. shall te held as Treasury Stock. and JOHN MENLIK4., I'rh a,r t,
as shown by the oritlee oif the enr tIe,- may be he realter issued.a may Ihepro.- 4o
Ing low. The blue has l or browu hn vdced hy the by-laws of this corporation t lt w lhiq tt.. Jackso.i ,r I 4,
sel eye, as showing an intermission of and by authority of the stockholders Faust beer. bottle and drauglht. Don't '-
temperament. Is a favorable indica- of this corporation, but no stock shall fail to call on me when in lJaksonville
tion. The nostrils being large, Olen be sold for less than par. i 1 l.
and free Indicates large lungs. A AUrtcLz IV-This corporation may --
pinched anti half closed nostril ludi. cotinte for the period of fifty year. THE SUN
cates small or weak luag.. ATITt i. V-The business of this
These are general points of distine- rporaton hall be. conducted by a JOcB PR INT T IN G
tlon from those of short lived tenden- %-d Treslurer ad a Hord of thr. ..,
dies, but of counie tuljei-t to the usual tori consisting of seven members, a DEPARTMENT
Individual exce.ptlons. Still, it is well majority of whom shall constitute a
acknowledged that the cliiricteristics quorum. Said officers shall be chosen .Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
noted are expresslonts of inherent po- from the stockholders of said corpora-
tentiality. which have toe'en proved on tion, annually, on the first Saturday of Plain and Fany' t o...
the basis of ahliinthit statistical evi- of Jllhuary of eseh and every year.
dence.-Meil iam atirl t i.e said Board of itDrectors may
da ol l.it any other officers. ag, l enter 'r
--- ----- -- u,!i l'nq4.e*, or authoriz- Ih. 'resi,lent
An Edilor'n Ttmst. or VKv. 'r-iden t to (n o lPo 'itl| the C om m erc tial"
At au ed]itor,:il e i ti ',t i in ti of the ..it-iat i and rai cflation of otih r of.if h *
country elitlto s n'' !. rt' tl,* followi!ug )e-r It.," f, allowing shall .o- the 'tflier I
toast: if th'a i .orlporat il \\ on:., 'I 1 1 r ,
'To save au editor fr.ii st.arv,., rio 1 ,d, t; W H(aonpton, 1 ***-
take hisl ieWslai.r :,tl lia. him fir It Pres dt it L .1 Clyatt. ,-eretarys antd t-
t'r,.ie re.r; and T W Stards. 'W W
promptly. To save ht;ii fruinm hnk- tiiut1n,. I. .1 (lyast. Aitoire .al l B ci Mp
ruptcy advertise In his paper literal; (a.,ri(,< ,, .1 S. MrilonAl:, ard. 1. Ui ess 1A n L1,
To save hin from dlespalr fetil him }it nla ii. loirectors
.vry item of news of which you ca:n i -rhi o>rpiieration may PrOfeSSio (1 I Mel.
get bold. To save, him front profaitt iii.mnor aitr erntract for indel-tit ldni'*. to .
write your corresponiier ilalily i i ei-t.t of F1ifty ThoianI I'lIan.r" M "n il.l t SC
one side of the sheet and scnd It In :i's i7 pal lA ia L4 l 1 IUI
early as possible. To save him friumi \ \ Il-The- ramneR an, re.-. Legal Blank r Short Nr i'e.

mlltakes bury him. Iead people are dee.' of the- stockholder. of *ad eir. i
the only ones that never runk I ni priatun are a. follows:
takme. Newspaper readers would do T. W. ,t!nd* ih* inearile,. I-;I The fullluai.g Il-it r from .1,e if ouir
Well to remember that there are no) per s*hirs,. 5.,** I"' mail order n..to:iiter. ris elf.li |ns-
feet people. editors or reae.rc." J 1 1 \;.'I I ahI (,;a l,', 5a tor) :
:, ,.haat,. .** '**' l.)Liie ,le, K y l-",b ..7. 1I~ .
-------- I I,. H ,ieTons Is ...T ** I a. Hf I| Mec'r-fary.
lB'rl kle :" ir- I ' ei n | i rStii.e-5 ', 'a
If oar forehead in rigid with -wrIn W \ llti ti,( r i kIes before forty. wihat will It ae" at l, Ltre.. 1I ', "' matter in due llut and .ill *ay thalI
e- etity? There It otne con leolintg r I t Iit ',. i ,i,' t neer e'. I S. 5 it eI perfectly sa ,t-fa-'.ry I lihk tlt
thought about these. marks of time aznl h*r. "1 S rnre.- lope so niuch '!aray thanks ft.r
rt bel ---tb.he de th angel alno1t al I. ( 5tt 1. *'I l: t "* y,.r | r,.m ,t m .att-enti. n flln ng order -
|way erses them. Even the extreme Antn' ,,,- I'a:' ,,a .," } 1 ', \oar. \( I' (',rTsT.


lY aI8E in 0ath often wear a siniiot share.. *I..'
and peaceful brow. thus leaving ecur sha re, 11.10 6'~rcl ordrs 10 Ilt 4Y*
Wt OMeory of them calm a"d ran Alsehls-h 11AY (asisesville. Fia
qM Rat our business to witb life 4in fthe Is f I ietaf-ns f- t-- I%_1_
SC0OWIUM to a al11cm kind of seo~lng l5 1s,6. I.'eriira ly al 1..ared t.f 'r-- ir.- T
It $hoW9 tat oar fouls ness sweten I%%. thilhnds %% Iarin 1mnJ H
Ig. For pity*' make let Us tA. a asad I IMlkinald H IfemtIn ard L J L fUCHUA COUU TIVA
L Or a glad iron or a smoothing tIUil Clygtt, earl, ,f wh..ni teetuf to me weIl
eat Sivalio owt famtes befoe l1theo des nfbed In. nr ,d nWh wW,0eri"'l h'i I Aleehus county MA I asrve it,
0"aOes t 4%re firesbeorif e riic t In-t ri 0 oIt.. j area. has 114itn:as armeirdism
66111blY 0119mved stma our facow names witho flriilgwoX Ari f It, miles wmi on ripsml. 64 positnii
ki.b17 egrud UIam ocr facs. orpormtinu arOd **WVrB!iy Sk&, L!. 1 1 ublte s'h.-. e. 37 phice5hato
edgerd the do# vernatirn of I tosame1 11669, ;P) aw n I i. 0*.SJM coati
KIed3"r 94mk. i for the usee and .urlyre rIt rr-hen-'n huw' je ve ag5 t and cPre
7Mh 42viisisim t ItM yer bw. forth scd ci clsinodhtaefi sw1er.adp.
X-Mft ftyWOoa the earth" has f jor T "les duese curn. 04'tt'4, Uw. eager,
j ca ts e a n g J I N I I I f e, P rp l e ha p ple e o r .
esemtfeofg'm in igatc 14 s-rl Ib~sU I ron *thtr :.ats. plrum. a'.
"it Wta kWinelly n h tin &w ldsoarid 0ll Ais of geebf'r;
w.Tk "Od a.tte.ebed to Ow. wainesitile, thejCounty SCa.
tramhe sthey 't Imodt'r fI
whoo U* O'Prrmsk I Taket sudsckt,-n *#!#Pdbofo it me W a l the NO k oll
lot "Momt meant heDea *lrly s iA Ils eJ I of frteva reboo. 600 pablif
bibie ttUs klod. wW the vi iN(ASjt P'utl,'e l tatV IfI e,?O M ySJ boois t. 'hetb Mc ISef tIt ldos.
bA111 f1'ruits of e sth" meant mmisoi,-n o ri-'i ca!res rwatooehoolis !t -'eeD W"SPO
of so vank So& after I to 1111011h la, 110A taitd 14tate, -ar.4 a", i bas
_______________________ Rotor. boSee arm e.ler
WA I_ IhItoIa tso k hes~ee
mI vhs qIlka for any ig C', D~ctlo ryFor Sale 0 Ir mo fw s" ..
a W o a t awirtbet We bsv a &umber of tp*e *of no i 5 Is t W bai ketee,
bim hisevkeam tir "rifCds tr sale &4 This hme rwIroed. *t@0logo* fmem
rot Sf G9MW~~jnrft6 ovwr (o aisl i nh, a" $11l i eto
lose ethi iss Peow;.1 r e"


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TiHE DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLE. FWDIbDA. DECEMBER 5, 190e


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I uri .liri r toi, ,oIt re.t ..eai. *old over tw.-y.four dosa h"Hall's | | ;
Il o, elle i rs M,'l1a,,. r. rat- I.) l D'l ry" for kidney and blad. Shingles, I
dotu lo street der troubles and during that ime have
James Tirner Jr arri. ,a n the reei V od o oOplaies. Pa
t'ly elte.rdlay.ad wll i r nd Christ. Yourresr*cfully Paint
ma.s s.th has wife here U V A A .rar A S& x.. I L.
I ,,,reto' ,lea..,ses .r aS at th. ,r A TEXAS WONDER. Cl
f"th .Nr l > er ti eli l. O e ll T draed
4a44 ist os coni.arey urijeO r ddaedwif 60 a0 1ote of .s, Texas WWm-
r l' dr. HUlOraW Dionory. e.r SU E
Finest Line a k,. d*ol ad bladdr nFbl. rorv
aIp k smey ad bbad tblie, ra1eo-w
'laie anid with leather seats and tbaks gr el, eire. diaboe e. *imual er s-
The Ti. >,i.to ,5aM. we~ek ad ame bkas. rbeum- _____
Mhi t "ad all lrnlqWerkle of the hdM
foMrs. 4 i I jl t left yeLsterday LI bol n d t will
forYael Jaclgki lrherv sheIt s Wil $I ad
weow.asr".Ig bleddo tr ible iD
* few days with. Mr la *lbbeldrl. II m emid by your drggltsr.
er. Mtl T. TM I islcom'ee w b ell b a I rei i I o ea l$1. n
Orsag' The Sr,.t .trfctly brigbtu. O small bottle is twol meIst' Uhit-
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Vegetable, fruits and all fresh
things for Christma dinner at Mason
Bros.'
S A. Jones of Lexington was In the
S city yesterday and made The Sun an
agreeable call.
New line of National Biscuit Co's
s~eet baked (wode, fln et crackers,
Scandiep, etc. Mason Bros.
Conuduetor Williaim Finlaydon of the
Seaboard Air Line, with headquarters
in Waldo, was in the city yesterday.
A Carload f iron beds e
j a oa recelv r
I ^e red. From $2 to $25. dSe them. The
S. J Tboma Co.
Mrs. Carney of High Springs was ir. -
the city yesterday. She left on the '
noon train for Ocala, where she will
Spend the holidays with relatives.
A bsolute ly Pure Dr. Colson and Carter returned from
Jacksonville yesterday, where they
went to take an examiuntion for a po- *
A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER sition on the State Boird of Health. C
SWe keep none but fresh groceries
* The reason: We ill fast and order
It makes the most delicious often. Good-llvers bay of o. Me.-
Kinstry. Phone 1Ss Prompt delivery. Satisfaction
and ealthful h bre Wilbur Davis. formerly of North
and healthful hot (;ainesville but who is now soccesoful.
ly engaged in farming near Monte-
ocha, wastrading in the city yester.
biscuit and cake day. '" '" "be P aJor,
Hon. HenryS. Chubb. receiver of
FREE FROM ALUM, LIME OR PHOSPHATIC ACID the United States land office, has gone
to his home at Winter Park, where he
will spend the remainder of the holi- JE
No other baking preparation or powder d he rem der o the holi JE
has equal leavening strength Don' rfail tn get the prices on s. 41 West Ba
O halt.ful U ies. 2 BIerchant & Co's turkeys before you
r healthful qualities oy. We have all the sizes from the
smallest to the largest, both young
*OYAL IAKINO POWODR CO., NEW YORK and old.
SMrs. C. C. Jones of Lexington, one
of The Son's valued friends and sub-
EWS OF CITY AND Ladi.e' calling cards In latest styles scribers, was in the city yesterday, and
NEWS OF lllY AND at SBn office. favored this office with an agreeable
II TY CONDEN D The finest line of candies at Mason call, renewing her subsription.
COUNBros.' grocery. of beau ti.
Extra fanoy celery and grapJ.fruit A Carlo ad ful ,rattan .
Matte of Genel Itrst MeKinstry's, Phone 188, chairs, divans, center tables, manic
A fine lot of fresh country eggs just racks, wood baskets, .ttes. etc,
ered by Our Reportrn. received at O. 8. Merchant & Co's. Prices right. Come before they are
picked orar. The S. J. Thomas Co.
Every thing good to eat at lost
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS prices for eashi at the Cash Grocery. In your hristmas shopping, don't
Som fn city ad c try proer fail to include a bottle of Blue Ribbon
What Has Happened and What Is Going rome fine C. C Pdrick, intr propille Lemon or Vanilla Extract. They are
o e i P r rnll so pure and strong that every drop
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs Fla. otnts, and besides they give your
So That "He Who Run May Read" Miss Ahla HBlknight of Archer is in desserts the famous "Blue Ribbon
It In The Sun. the city, a guest olf Miss Eva Bauk- flavor "
night.
Finest sweet goods. Mason Bros. e hnd fn, f, fam s
One hundred fine, fat. famous old
Oranges 15 to 20 cents a dozen at the 'Town turkey) for sale. T. It Ellis, 4
Cash (frooery. \Vest Librty street.
J A. Parrish of Hague was in the Mtis May Bennett has gone to Tren. NEW YORK THE
ty yesterday. tn.il where she will spend the holidays
(let Christmas and New Year's cards with relatives and friend.
at The Sun office. lObe We runieke book-cates Fame.. Contlacata
Finett piclekles and table sauces in are the things for pre-
the city. Mason Itros. ents. The S J. Thomas Co,.
Ienry Htokes of Micanopy was trad- Now is the time to order your Christ-
Ing in the city yesterday. nlmsl and New Year's cards. Fine line
v'rlled prats, the' finest dish of all, of samples at The Stn office. ("Cheapest 41Store on Earth."
at McKlnstry's. Phone I8 Mrs. W. Madison llitch of SaFnt Fe _
0. ft. Weeks of Waldo wasa husineels a In th ll city yesterday. a gKest of
vilitor to this city yesterday her daughter, Mrs. Jo., 31. Hivers.
Fritl cakes for immedlate or future We still have some very fine fat tur.
delivery. Keystone Bakery. keys to offer for Christmas. See us
O.o (leason anld sons of Koc trid t the prices before you buy. I.
I Merchant & Co.
Point were In the eily yesterday. r M. Frnk of pri H ar
IDr. (ayle, a prominent dentist of
Alachua. was In the eit yesterday. passed through the eity yesterday en
route ton I'alatk. where she will visit
Best line of cakes, eraekers and frendds a.d relative for a few days. ul I
w..w .,t .,a,, all fr..h. Mason. lro.. .Idebord Se Our DI U,
The' Sen Industrial Edition sent to A Beautiful a t of Of A ll
any address, Ipostag free, for 10 aents. dining hair would niakea flneChrist.
'lIhe fineat er.lery in town is to be mnas present. The P J Thomas Co. I.oWE1
futnd around at l S Merchant& Co's. Ml** Maria Strickland, the aoeom-
1.verythlei for a ni'*e Chhritmra din- tIlished daughter of Hotn and Mrs. W.
neer. and fresh,t at MIcKinstry's. Phone A Strickland of Paradise, spent yes.
]- terdtay in this city as guest of friends.
Ii .r ha. returned, fr,.m R- .. IIt IDAI Brick, LinI
i" the Wst I "! "where' he has READ TH I
lest vl *"ees an"d chaln Mobile. Ala. e. *eb1. P9a.
i fr trrsenti. T'e S J Dr E W. Hall. St. Louis, No --lear
h'llilas ('. Sir: Ptring the past year we have


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