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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 24, 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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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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Volume ID: VID01062
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL XXII, NO. 274 tAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. SUNDAY, I'EEMBER '4, 190:)


PROFITS WERE USED


TO CONCEAL LOSSES


So Testified Superintendent Of

Insurance Department.


SPORTS WERE INQUIRED INTO


-It Waa the Custom to Reduce the Book
Values of Real Estate and Charge
Reduction to Profit and Loss-Other
Facts as Testified.

New York, Dec. 2'3.-Stehin 1.
-ABith, second assistant tlrt'aurt.r of
the Mutual Life, was ca';ed as I.ie tlrt
witness before the Itinsulalce commit
tee today.
Before the sesa'onu ligan It wa-
learned ULIA former Si;Lr.nti'nidint ,to
Insurance Louis F. Payn would ttrtit'
some day next week. Mr. Smith vi9.
ltuced a statement of tht. net protlis
of the company from the sale of sacu-
ritles In the past ten years up to S> pt
30. 1905. This showed a nitt credit to
the profit and loss account of $12,826.-
429. excludlve of $3it),iwlM of Illttrlia
tUonal Mercantile Marin,' bunIsl that
were marketed off the hook in 190:;.
Charles F. Preller. audiitor of the .Mu.
tuaL testified that he received the quar.
terly reports of those rtrhrt.s to t.Lw
treasurer. and said It wa-s the custorn
to credit profltl and charge losses, on1
seourities to the protll anil oii a(c-
count. It was the cu.s:tou to reduce'
the book values of ria; t.tutc niti
charge the reduction to iproit and lio'i
byv instructlon of the pre;e.il1t or 't.c.
prellJent. The figures of tt ni tr t lf-
It were annually submitted to ith. pr.
Ident or ile pireshihlnt whii) we, ii in
struck t what a Ijtlsitiuint iiL t(il iltouiit
should be niadle.
In I14 -l the' r iVias a ut'' prfitr' frio'u
Ithe salt' of s, (. i;- ';>. l 1 it ati,.
I t t' ( L ,! of ;..1 ) ) ..l !, -J l' I lti
there was .ng.ii .1 .if $1 IIT 1 ',o
tha! wiien the accr iii.' \aI crl- I
Uilto ,ri I;r ) ,,r fi :1 i ,,

Su r i '.tl *.- '. i :' r. I i, t
all profl' t. ,,ff ,







ecurte l ant that t: : r l .1 ;!ta 'd
lisel to c',O Mr I,. -

'epartnl i n t '. In lr ir ,n-t e ir. ,
to hey riol hi v i w." na' t I u ; a t i f
the M utual L:f, w ,., i;ra',.: ,, .' *,
j>" ,ad !., A
lU Aed to ronc(x-tS ,lb I
nit l nn ,f lrin't iir. .r m .- la'. r. '.* !.
t i hrlDK )iv ho t.',.- ti:t l li n iio
tlures wa c.arri ou'

Important Supreme Court Ruling.
(oultminh I). c '1'- The 'l;>,.iin e
tourt today hasin.it 'l.iw n oi,.. of 'h.
Most Imponrutit ril!nrig- n ':,. !:il'r)y
Of Ohio criminal lat hl)t 'i.e In asti
stance that t.l<' '. .' -arl.,
right to a tchaflg of ve-r: i- ., .it i
CUsed 'he nlem'ttr can .' i) frn n
Iadiaon county on th*' a;,::i a'lin of ,
jttorey Gnerarl F IIo f .:. ',.I 1
b pIllig Jullr e Ilir' r ic r -.'
th ae ate a c-hanc if 1~ n..1 *:

Bon'o Digorace Caused Suicide
a1llaa. Tes Dec :." i; f
ey. a pro mintnt ar..i '* '* rit.
*n of tbll plwe ha. cnuor''- e.il '
*UtalhMd to his leIr an,: ':n.:.; ,.
orUost hito a we:' HI* *- '* '
Of B. l Mahaffey who a, ":.'.* *'
from We t P'ltnt w.ruT"' ,Is-. aB .
lhatalry al1. an artr..' f '*
have hk aonl r. is'a',-!d at .'
twr> yearl be 'eu1a ldevor'" -
Cl i r -"nT,.it f ', i I .I
lof * .r'... .aJt thils '.'
ea fti rolE i


STATE bOARfO LOVES SUIT.

Supreme Court Decides Quarantine
Case on Technicality.
&tlanta. 1)". 23.-Because the in.
Jucti4on ilutt boriigqit by tae Atat#
board of hteilhh against the At Aavta
board of bpa&th to preven, interfere:ncp
by t!ie l atter % I C ht'ie state quiA:'

Yellow l, c: eP;Idenici. wa.i broita~i
In the nani" (if t.ie state Iourl antI ;.
fltemlll t .4, ~t..esoi)ren~ie court of
rca %vr-,I'!the h'leisiui it of :
r'.i;ier!ir c iurt In g:arrlng nthv ltfuuac
t~Limprda~ I for.
T:.,. L.c : of course, pa I

onf %%,t or rInoz!ierr, h i'cav1 e il s!Ate
q:iaru.'In e was dehclhared off %Ith :-
vinto feI c rod d c'at'ier, hut theIi iciIkij
%ill Ito oft wide Iaitcrvt on ar" ir o!

v i : () Iifr I ne At aila '~ hiar I (fu t a:' i.
It re ilv I I Iv vs t he(I :w Ii n, i
w I tio I it, f(wrt. thet. -u I w I n

In ('thor %ansIS, th' llie.tI: '
dh! not iu Into 1the Ituril (of ?.iv raea.;
It lkI not It'clrie wctlhur or not the clti,
boar.1s of he&a:th niust ri'-Icict the reg.
ulations of tnv statte board; the rourt
merely said thp ste hoar.l of hca-alh
an]iPi l Iniltviiaml niven!wers h:tt no
rizat to berring suit aq such, because the-
State hoar.! of health k- toII ;I aorji~irn-
ton1 ant the pt'mvr I () ui Vil lii,
giie'n it lhv tive ie lr1aturcaiir by Ah. (A



GIVEN DEATH SENTENCE.

Was Found Guilty of Assault on Cir.
cumstantial Evidence.
Sarn Artuinlil. Te'x.. Dior c.

f) i t ::. moot i I"%% is c lIi i t ;e
mitriar r of Mrs.'F Ion.ti eh IA rii! :

%I ri L!, nic-h %tt % c a s ne I t ia te Li I r
q Ic o 111-,IIr t -z (if ,'I *-e ( 1! y it nItev i sU % is'.
ai,s.li,itel :4rl'l her thtoat i iooi-;it
11c r pr'rpairsattriatci .1 the itIo~ u
!eA1 t-r ?hv' arriite, l h .1 ie f, It-
hody wai4 blnl In a pool of Wilowod
Tirn er u~riumrrc(-'ql1Ianti'tcirr r


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AMERICA WOULD NOT INTERVENE


Was the Cause of the SuIcide of a Ko
rean hMim *ter.




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am unlsuvsT.:y esi6et'. o .. a '?teCP'.id ~'*-I OAwo"~Aw~an
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THORNS IN SIDES WOULD DEEPEN THE SAVANNAH.
Senator Clay Asks Ten Thousand Djt.
Ilar for Preliminary Survey.
OF STRIKE LEADERS ,.:!oll,. -< i :
a.i lintrn;tIncdl a join ,' ;,'
vild::& for a rrn!lt:i;i.n tr) sw \ N %i l i ,
Many Ra:lroad Employes Fail l .'ninaih ri\.ti ni Sa ..,i o '
1', n..-''":tg. ;lcii"e' .ini.,;-:i; i 'a:;
To Obev Strike Ord, r. .,. ,. .., .
c-ic'.t) tilt the pilo i-iO:n .' t It', e r1, '.-
MARTIAL LAW IS DECL.~RED t11n
SI 1i rrf'c iin i t his r' I,'- i S ii,.
t 't I 4 % Nil i d 11l I At 1 1 I I a k 1 " '1 I


Temporary Miitary Governors Have
Been Appointed and Civil Law Has
For the Time Been Su,,penJed-A
Few Committeemen Arrested.


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t'i'tle. )t. 1; St l t'lftil iili 'o l ).' I
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MAY G3 TO ATLANTA.

Mnr. Chadwick May Be Sent to Fed.
eral Prison at That Place.
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DOZENS OF WORKMEN


MARCHED TO PRISON


Betwecn Siier.s With Their

.iyvout,,:s. Fixed.


COSSACKS DISPERSE STRIKER


Strike C osts Stores, Causae Imperial
Bank to Fail and Has Ceased All
Traffic-Electric Light Workers
Strike, Leaving City in Darkness.

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINETVILLE, FLORIDA. DECEMBER 24, 1905


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ON BED OF SICKNESS

WOMAN WEDS MAN

A Pretty Example of Love and
Confidence of the Modern Day.

WAS A VERY TOUCHING SCENE

Matrimonial Ceremony Was Perform-
ed by Rev. S. B. Rogers, and Bride
Told Him She Either Wanted to Live
or Die as Mrs. Whiting.
With a heart full of love and fervor
and sincerity, a wedding was solem-
nlied iear this city ,aturday morning
which effected strong passions, and
vhich went to show the depth of a
woman's love.
I he contracting parties in this case
were J. A Whiting of this city and
Miss Ruth Beville, who. since a child,
has resided at the home of her mother
near Sugar Foot Prairie. These young
people have been for years lovers, and
naturally were very fond of one anoth-
er. They have thought of marrying
upon two or three occasions, but for
reasons best known to themselves have
postponed the solemn: ceremony.
For the past few days, however, Miss
Beville has been quite Jll, and, true to
her devotion te the man of her choice,
when she realized that her condition
was serious, she summoned him, the
linense was issuedand the sacred mat-
rimonal vow was made at the bedside
of the young lady, who was too ill to
rise, Saturday morning. The cere.
.....-ra .-.4._.he k D.. A a


SCOTT'S EMULSION
is nore than a fat food.
There is no animal fat
that compares with it in
i1o,,urishing and building
') tie wasted, emaciated


That is why chil-


.rcfn and anarmic girls
thrive and grow fat upon
it. That is why persons
with consumptive tenden-
cies gain flesh and
strength enough to check
the progress of the dis-
ease.
bCOTT & HOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.


LUKINS MILL WILL

GET TO BUSINESS

The TUighman Company Will
Make Big Thing of Venture.


TIMBER SUPPLY IS


LARGE


Steam Was Turned on to Plant for
First Time Since it Was Overhauled
and Machinejy Worked Nicely-Fine
Plant With Large Capacity.


ELKS ARE DOING

A GENEROUS WORK

Paid Three Young Boys Out of,
Bondage at Fairbanks. I


STOLE RIDE ON


TRAIN


Reverend Member of Gainesville Lodge
Did Not Feel That They Had Com.e
mitted Great Wrong, and Money for
Their Release Was Soon Secured.
That the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elk. i4 as a rule a generous
order there cn b? no doubt. The or.
der confers a great deal of charity
which is never known, but in the
Christmas time the lodges are natural-
ly more open in their work. As an ex-
.Ample, Gainesville Lodge No. 990,
which is the youngest lodge in Flor-.
Ida, appointed a special committee
a few days ago to look after the do.-
serving poor of the city, with the re.
suit that those few of this class here
will fare sumptuously today and to-
morrow.
Another charitable work which has
just been accomplished by Gainesville
lodge, and which was recommended by
a prominent minister of the city and a
member of the lodge, was the paying
of the fines of the three young boys
who were recently "sent up" upon a
charge of stealing a rile on a railroad
train of the Seaboard Air Line. These
boys, the oaes of whom range from
twelve to fourteen, are creatures of
misfortune, but their association with


Roger of the First BUptist Churc Among tbe visitors to Gainesville hardened criminals was not destined
this city, and was very impressive. Saturday was Wom. 0. Tilghman of Pa. to prove of benefit, and the sympathy
"I love Mr. Whiting," the bride said, latka, a member of the firm of the of Gainesvilie lodge was appealed to.
as she reposed in bed, "and to show Tilghman Cypress Company, which re. It only reqair-d a few moments to
that love him, I am willing to take cently purel.ased the sawmill plant as a Christms present toe amount bo
the marriage vow while I am Ill, and and timber interests of the. Lukins their fe, and tomorrow morning of
do not know whether I will ever getmorrow morning
up again. I will be happy when I know Gulf Cypress Company, at Lokins, they will emerge from the prison free
that if I have tc die I will die as hbi near Cedar Key. and independent.
true and faithful wife. and if I live we Mr. Tilghman states that, after sev. In speaking of the poor of Gaines.
will be happy together, for I have eral weeks' work in overhauling the vails, Rev. 8. B. Rogers, pastor of the
proved to him that I loved him." plant and placing of new machinery, First Baptist Church, who Is regarded
While the condition or the young steam was turned on for the first time as the mot charitable man in the city,
lady at this time is serious, it is to be this week, and the plant was found to stated that il wi a compliment to
hoped that she will recover, and will be in beautifully working order. The alneoville, with a population of more
have the pleasure and conscience of capacity of the plant is about 60,000thn 8e,000, that only twelve families.
living as the true and active wife of feet per day, and iuasmuch as the tim- n absoloe need could be found here.
the man of her choice. ber supply is almost unlimited, the It shows two conditions: First, that
-------- company will begin cutting in earned all who desire as a rule can secure em.
RELIEVED HIM OF TURKEYS. within the next few days ployment, and second, that our people
A large number of hands will be em. are not burdened with this class.
J. H. Truby Lost Sixteen Fine Birds played, and altogether the venture is AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.
Friday Nlght. going to prove a big thing commercial AT T CURC S TODAY
J. H. Troby, the grocer, has been ly for that section The venture wiil List of Various Places of Worship
"laying up" a supply of fine turkeys liso prove a good thing for Gainesville, Where Those Desiring May Attend.
for his Christmas trade, and last Fri. as the merchants here have been and Services will be held at the various
day night some miscreant entered his will continue to sell the new firm a rvceswilbehd at th e various
fowl house and relieved him of sixteen. large number of supplies churches this abbath as follows:u
Naturally Mr. Truby felt very much Mr. Tilghman left in the afternoon First Presbyterian 'hurch, Rcer
provoked upon the discovery of his loss for Palatka. where he will s;,end a few jtos. Park Ha--.Mos'ig service at
Saturday morning, as micah for the days with his family. li):30Aa. m. SLunday school at 3 p. m.
fact that turkeys are soarce as for the \\estminster league meetiog at 6:45
loss, as he doe, not appreciate the idea Coutter-Williams. p. m. Evening service at 7 :: o'clock.
of disappointing those customers who Wim. R ('oilter of Irona'n. chair. First Baptist Church. Rev. 8. H.
have made their orders. man of th D)emooratin executive cor- Rogr-eachi nday Ihool at 9:3in a. m.
inlitte of Levy county and a very r istnias Sermon. M eeting cof
Prof. Mcintosh Here. prominent young man. arrived in the Christmas sermon." e'etirg of
Among the prominent visitors to city Saturday with his bride. Mise. unbms at 2 in and B Y. 1'. '.
this eity yesterday was Prof. N1 ( (Claudia Williams, of St. Augustine, at 8 o'lehock. No evening servi-e as
Mclntosh of Tallahassee, chief clerk in whom he married in the Ancient City the pastor desires to take a rest.
the offlee of State Suerintredent W'. on the evening of Friday. eember Kavanaugh Methodist Church. Rev.
M. Holloway, who tsame to spend the let. The bride is a former Alaehua T. J Nixon-Sunday Pohool at 9:)3 a.
holidays with relatives and friends. county girl and has many friends here m 'reaching at 10:30 a. m ; subject,
lie left in the afternoon for his home who ar.e glid to welcome her and ex- 'The Best Friend to the Poor Jon-
st Rex Prof Mclint(h, calling Ala. tend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. lor League at 2:15 p. m .Miss MMme
chua county nis hoint, is naturally Coulter will remain here' a guest of Hill, superintendent. Senior League
elated over the success of the Buck. relatives for the tiert two days. when at 3 p. a W R. MIcKinstry. leader.
man lill. which tade tialnesville il they will pr ~ced to their future home Irtahing %t 7:15 p in. ; subject.
fast th, home of the university of in Bronn Fal*e lFars Atoui Jesus.'
The asutal services will be h hld at
Florida I feel sure that the people The Genuine Once Used. Satisfaction Holy Trinity Kp'seopal. (Chlistian Ad-
of (iainet.lle are equal to the ooca-
son,." h said. "nd will oe that s Sure. vent and t Patriks Ctho
everything goes right, and that the After using Pavi' 100 per cent Pure churches
t'niverslty will be a succra, for no Panat on my residenee, I wish to state Low Rates to 4New Orleans and Return
better people ever lii than those that the work is il every particular Via Atlantic Coeat Line
who make up the l)opu:tIi ,,_fn alnes. eatllfetolr, and is the best plece of The Atlantic Coast Line announces
wills." painting I have hail done for 31 years. that itI wll ll tickets from all po nts
Meeting School BoardI have seed a number of different on its lines to New Orleans., and
n S a palate, Including pure lead and oil, return on lceember 27. 29., 16. at
An adotourned me-,iig of it.. i ,,ai &ad cheerfually endorse the IDavis. 100 the rate of one drt-class faro, pls. 'ol
of lobliclntru c, It.ii .a'i. I ,I tI,. 1e p ,r nt Pure Pais as doing more cents for the r.ond trip Final limit
ullo .ofSuuprnti,,,k,% J i.. K..,l.yw,,nd iti girnater sat11faetlo1 of all tiekete will be January 6th. ]11A,
Saturday) atthih as ld f r h. than a 'v other palating material I prior to midnight of which paeeanger
lurp'.- ,fI t at, off th. te'ra,.r. r tave ever osd.-T H 'V.satx,. meet r"e h original starting polest or
the hotl d). Il vo ..her. r.,, r ,t,. Ioanak,, '4.. Aug l.t further information we Atlantie Coaet
Orlyl,.tored and th. ,ese.'r. re r.o ld tI la nlHardware Compaey Loe epagste or wnte Frank C Boyl.
paid l f.,,, for thei uttlllh of tI,.erlt. .ton. tret Pa iger Agent. Jack.
ber Citv )Urectiory For Sal. otnv:l!e. Fia.


Auot? r iml,,rtaut feature 4if l,
meetwiing was thir, rdt-r of ivi-or .r
#s*tateidtor the 6,0411 iiT1CVIII,, I ji,
Sphitgos, 4.:ehum said M li-assio y
$b4Ole, W11101na; .'cr&tkdSt 1t141
leWmet wiing of the t-oarl t-y the 1,inn.
tpele of these *hixia *who shot~iiij
have fild thir rU fpo.)rb.at 1!.-r roular
1Deembot meeting
A Oj astem d Cwo Fre P
Itchithig. blind. blvediag. ;urdu
pilee 1rossim a"ee aethor.8e ,
limedmomey it VASO usvITMI;.
1meto *4Mis 41 o Isdose. me.


WeSaoaaPWN haeaaonwrIk '.eo .Calris.
H~irtr'01 11ity i ot.y f-r *&l.. s!Tv
!-kil Iti a ?a tady rrfr"8441 T -Otk hl-ttieLine aOd U 14.. o lm t~bof-
baik.I fo'r ftus 00a.... r utd sa tPstior eales bwe" s.Waldo sa
Tampa own trainbevies Waldo shag
t~ur, Svgillig tiv* aui.* o rii v eaJ~te. Ceam"Is w h ,*asb o rme ag isea .from
wil.1 *Inv& Sand mumtwr. 11r'w.. I .am"evsti..


0 ~a Do Hs'eT r? OC." o't
Flair t 2 tis P fj ,9
m y ar pu DoAM Hsit % Ha or eaips a t batir.
a g ~ ~ t hewk soft, bell.e~w~
S cra Um lift pre. lowg lost e
!F2ern&C ALew_


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..8AINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS..
--3AvJE A(TURFR% OF--
Pare Soda later, a Fltvors, Glger Ale, Root and Birch Beer, Cider, Etc.
GAINESVILLE. iLORIDA.
Write for r rice Cases and bottles are not old. but i lit oe returned&


H AACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT C0, Inc
I I ESTABLISHED C"T .


The question
of Title the
first consid-
erat:on f or
the investor.


Renders reliable service of evrry Port along the line of
Land Titles in th State of Florida, particularly
Alaehna county.

SPECIALTIES: AlttractA of Title.; Tax Sale Searches;
Agents for Nn.-ResIdent Land Owners; Plats of Countles,
Towns, Etc.


References: First National Bank of Gainesville. H.F.
SDotton & Co., Bankers.


Establin ea. 1a78

L. F.. D-TTTONr& CO.





Do a general banking busiues.. bj .a a selu Fore!gn and Domrestlc Exeba oe.
The aeCOuntS of btKank. oAuLsers ci oration, farmers. mercbarau and olbe.s
renelved on favorable terms ;,'.* a tiesiles to iso ling o'ectlon on iit
sooeib!e poinson the United S4ate%.


II~~T3~~1SVEJS 1J~rLBJ


'LO'_JC rET)rA.


SETABLISeED S Qe.


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

Sea Islaixd. Cotton.


Sea Island


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


Walrua


Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, U S A


G.


S.


MERCHANT& CO.,
Retailers and Jobbers In


Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Iral, ariden Seed and Fertilizers,
8JUTH SIDE SQUARE. : : OAINESVILLE. FLOKIDA
Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prudooe.

A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
and Rye. Wv handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
EST PRTCES. and ruarantee 'atisfastion always,


CLYDE LINE


FOUMR S.AILINL-3 E&-OI WMEE
filTW rENE
Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON. S. C.. both ways.
Tkh Feit Steaushis La tM Cestwise Service
The Clyde New England and Southern Line&s
lireat aerviee Betwee JACKSONVILLE. BOTOUN and
PROVIDVSCE and All Eastern 'oant,
Calling at Charletona both ways
BSI-WEEXLy 8.A ILI1ToB
outhbod From Lew' W harf,. Bton
Northbound.. From Foot of Cathenne a Jackoamville

Clve St. Johns River Line
between JAcKUOONYILL and SANTPOMID
Stopping at Palaka. AMor, St FraMets, Berneford (DeLaud) and lutermatme
Lanin~ a St Johas River ; commenecig Wednesday. November 16,. 10,
srEAMERkS
'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY"
Art appointed to sail as follows Loeve Jacksoeville, daily ezees pag
days. at ) p. m. Returaing. leave Sanford. daily except Soadays. at & il a.i.

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 21, 1905


H 81G KNIFE

F WENT AFTER MAN

'Suanna Walker Proceeded to
Kake Mince-Meat of H"sba:'.

WANTED MONEY FOR XMAS

Walker Flourished Five-Dollar Bill in
Wife's Face, But Defied Her and
Told Her It Was Intended for An-
other Woman.


There was a hot time in the vicinity
of the Walker homr. West Gaineivilie,
Saturday, and George Walker, a vic-
tim of the circumstances which brought
on this warm period, is laying up with
several ugly-looking gashes in his arm
and back, inflicted at the hands of his
wife, Susanna Walker. She used a
knife with accuracy and effect, and
now the man is sorry that his wife
"saw George."
From the best information obtain-
able, it appears that the Walker wo-
man went to her husband to secure
money for the purchase of a few
Christmas articles. Walker exhibited
a five-dollar bill, but was careful to
impress upon the mind of his wife that
he proposed to spend the money on an-
other woman. The controversy waxed
into a state rather exciting, when the
woman claims her husband Pdvanced
upon her and knocked her down
Without farther ceremony she procur.
ed a knife a began a little carving ex-
eroise, and before George was aware
he had been tolerably well slashed up,
receiving several wounds in the arm
and back.
The officers were notified, and the
parties were placed under arrest. The
woman told a straight story to Marshal
Pinkoson, but in default of $25 she was
taken to jail. She will be arraigned
before the municipal court Monday


nas-e has h bn rpretentIng t.i tfi m hor ~ from a Jacksonville stable which
for .nti( im"ini d his bius -, are is flue s ever went into harness ,
them rnamo is to considerAt.. :, 11-l, and he rode behind them to (Gaines-
the emirEeN of a year. ville for the first time yesterday e HOLDEN SURRENDERS
Mr. and Mrs. Georce i; t of i very proud of his new pote- ion, ap
Arche-r wepr' aeming thoa' wl.., fiv re.l hie hais right to he -
(taine-v A.. Hn I h a i.', Th. So n .it, -rt ,I a n',lice a day or Desire8 to Prove Inoceuce as Ac-
Mr. G; t h,, the ef or ... .-r t o agto t, it.. iT,-.... tint Mrs. c. A. ,o nm, n qtr..L.v ,',T....^.


Inr in 1. di-iret of the : orat
lxecut ive Committee of A 'ach ia
county, at d is secretary of t! t omin.
mittee.
They are sti I boying-at le'it they
were when wpe left atturdqy nic't-'he
nandsonmAt articles in silrrr arid old,
consisting of jewelry, wsathe,,. etc., at
L C. Smith's jewelry store The tfinest
line of cut glass, silver norlties sand
fountain pens for gifts. Nur:h s de of
square.


I1 APICR PIPEMfKIlNl.liLLII I Tax Asoescor W. W. Co!sin and Tax
Seld by Collector W D. Dickinson have re-
W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist, turned from points in the W\Vt End,
lainesville, Florida. where they have been on ttlflial bni*.
iness for the past few days. They re.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLEII port the people in that secti, i in fine
-- condition, when it eomes to crops, and
NEWS OF CITY AND s a rule quite prooper3ul.
Hon. P. 0 Ramsey and bright little
COUNTY CONDENSED son. James Bailey, and F. M Ramsey,
all of Waoshoota, were among those
There are bargains in overcoats at who came to do their Christmas hrp.
Marcoa Endel's. ping yesterday. The former repre.
T. J. Love of Trenton opent Satur- sented his district eiclently as a mem.
day trading in the city. ber of the Board of County Comnmis.
The genuine Prietley raincoats will sioners for several years.
keep you dry. Marcus Endel. Hague Strickland of Paradie. II. L
(et a trunk,ait case or haLd bag at Rosenburger of Kirkwood auud lion. R.
Marcus Endel's and leave town in B. Weeks of Harthorn were along
style. those who vislied Gainesville yester-
day. Mr Rosenburger met his son.
Mrs. J. E. Wainwright left yester- Eugene, who has been attending RolI.
day for a visit to relatives at Pierson, lines College at Winter Park, and is
Volusia county. coming home for the holidays.
George Beck, the trucker of Rocky In order that the public may have
Point, was a business visitor to Gaines- impressed upon its mind the holiday
vile yesterday. hours, Mrs. Ros Waters, delivery
Mrs. E. F. Taylor of Bronswick. tis., clerk at the postoffloe, desire' to state
is here on a visit to her father. Judge that the office will observe the usual
(ieorge J. Arnow. holiday hours Monday, an.t will be op.
A pair of Clapp shoes are an ac- en only from 1:30 to 2:) pm. ti. Pa*-


morning. ceptable present any time. Marcus trons will be governed accordingly.
Walker's condition was critical, and Endel sells them. Among the visitors to this city yes-
Dr. R. B. Ayer was summoned. He Judge Syd L. Carter left yesterday terday was A. L. Lo'rg. proprietor of
dressed the wounds, and at the last so- for Ocala. where he was summoned on Innis Farm,a few miles west of ialnes.
coonts the victim was resting as easily professional business. ille. Mr. Long, who is a na0e of
as could be expected for a man who N orl h h h f
Should be eopeted for a man whoe A Howard hat makes a nice present I ,ew Orleans, has been here for a
bad been so badly lacerated. He is and it not tot)o late to buy them Moo- couple of years and has made one of
under a bond of $25 for his appearance day Marcus Endel's. the prettiest and most pr,.litabl'e farmi
before the mayor's court as 0om)n m he in th co y. ha ae der
is able to leave his bed. Ii. M. Moran of Canmpville, one of tOoe.uty lie has ace's utder
the most widely known citizens of the fer..
ALACHUA ANALECTS. East End, was trading in the city yes. 'Paul Reynolds of MS ith (arohlia
terday has arrived iin the city,sand will spend
Sing and Coming for the Holidays. Burkhim says he wants everybody iseerling erays here wr his we, wnnho et
.Union Christmas Exercises, Etc. to come around to his store this week. visiting her tsistr, Mrs. M A r.*nett
Alachus. Dec. 22 -F. Y Smith is up gpet the habit, and get next to tho a rfl1 daes I in street. r. Iteyn-
from DeLn.nd to spei.d the holidays. Burkhim fine clothing lds reside, d in ier,,,e,.vll f,,r several
LeRoy Pearce arrived Thursday W T Waters has arrivJ in the city h ear o land has isll: eirous friel nd he'r,
from Sutherland to spend Christmas i frnm Iiekrna, where' he owns a fl i r l r the..
here. farm tie will per d n c uiptle or three I ilds
Rev. B. F Mison and family left day, with his family here llavid ,Jel1-ite f rmerly of t ety
Thursday for .Jaeper, where they will ('I o. .Jtie H ,.niswink lay now ntd irlr a pioitiwni aas
reideo next year. Their many friends, -. -'ni he daihter, Mtravelir.sg aleor. with r4trlier
regret their departure., anutd wish ttni e ,* Ire' .nor A o ,. a .I' skirts and gar-
well in their lew home. ie. are in the city frln Tallabsee. Ients. Nrw Yoirk, is spending the hill-
Mrs.S. .J. Ellisof Jasper is visiting guetsof rA l{at a lI days A ith fall r, d* ltein,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C 1ve W I. ( d win, the' n l stores o' h"- re. IlSve I, a ,ular young rina
The Metkodist and Baptist Snday e oratorr of Fairfleld. w ho, holds* a ltrra- nd hai man.y friem.'s. here ai ,, will be
ashools will have a Christmas tree at tire jlosit)on with the Wade *, McNair glad ti larn hat i.r s 1 roesper.ng
the Baptist church Monday night. ('o was in the city yesterday T If Waterworth herdsman (of the
December 25th. I llartridge Lee of Melrose. who has Spring Park St ek Iarm Company of
Will Jonee. who makes his head. been attending th- Cniersity Highh enniuoton,. was in the city yjeter.
quarters in Jacksonville. is here for School in this city. left Friday for his day. Mr W.Aerrwrth was for many
Chbristma. home., were he well spend the holl- years employed y ithe famous Bili.
J. W. Thomas of Satherland has days. more FVrm. Hilemor.. N (0 and is re.
been visiting relatives here this week. W J '-laughter of Wannee was guarded as one ,f iht- Ie*# posted men
F. E. (Golan has gone to St. Augus.* mong the vsitore to (sionTsville ye-. in o I,- *t,' itin the .4onth. te w
time as telegraph operator. terday, arid wt.ile here called to have with Manager ( i with the erhlb.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Caseels and ba. The San continued tol hie address for i at the Stalte a sr n Tamins
by,ald Mise Lawson. will spend the another year I W K Sttekert and Cbas il H.,
holidays at Plant City. n Than r euslm- mranaer and rvil ragineer. respel-.
Eraelt Myers has opened alfirst-lael W e Than k r. for their ,,, y f,.the (o.um. r Lamber Coo.
barber shop in the rear ofO ) Abshe's liberal ;atrnagei d.lring the year, and paiy',s interest. ,ave returned from
store.. wish each and everyor. a happy i,-n:. en Levy re .ot1y, where they
Chrietaas. so for. is sery quit Christmas Tnr .- J Ti ornms. have teen in te- aterels of that
MaMy of oar merehamte have a nice W M Adams and family of Mooit. flrm Mr. Mtekerl enjoyed the aov
assortment of holiday goods och have arrived l the city, lad will rIp of a few dase' hojal i the wilds
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S. make this their fotre home They ,ef fifi liammsek .ith A. M (Cuh.
E_____ Sare pleasantly located in one of tte man and lDr J V MeKltaetry. Jr ad
Get the Handsome Embosaed Cards at Cooe e ttageo. N.,rth trred'rido, roporte a ba lleien adi& plenty of luck.
The Sun Job Of ece. street. IMr and Mrs J I LyIas were. i
We hare soml very handsome em. Harry Pearer. io si alter dal a I. city from ha rtbake ys erday
Nessid Christmas sad .ew Year'eeards. dental college in AllSiats Oa t aI Mr I.yDfh i e*oais-l4 ia the Manske-.


es lwhA we will print your name for
Ohnumae or New Year's call.
They are very fNe sad if you desire
the oa should peIl i your order ess-
Ij. l'I aad -# *uamplee at the eoat-



Wel Ewe hubm,
miss s Nomei,


LAMS' MIELTES

*ai innP*V^^^9


WM= alwn~w.us


U


rived to the city and well he tho, gupet ture of Igniter at tstat POW.dahiel
of his motherM. MRo bert Wgs,zbn.w-fs-. shn o ra~tv .JAG&OWeeevl. Is~
401 too LIiberty stre~t. unit, alter the spentdion the "hriel'al alWbeays with
bolkdays, him,. If* has Jest i irebsoes a pair ~
'"be Aftermaish sal at WaMinisLa-
dirle will have many bargaai; It any TAKE %OUR
Law* failed sc bay o i te* an-X MU AS DINNER
,some wbeeke. pair o lmo e~

GA sgibe vitb~y 1W & Re Cafe
Mrs.C.F, errtit'A ofl~klWand s ~the 1100
160 ZAW ellWebeqr. Mwemb. 1er f&wo. #,%, 1 As
jai"MW hysew eawae 44te"M W *&I*4b~m'

to tboir pausweft 01mii I N rs.Ia. ~. I
WellwmIer. iteed.am.delighted to,.age, 62'JOS '" OWT *-'
u'v5.meawthim.
I-PhNasane se~s~d yweei.V b.niiU
a b* rm As eWSqeI 1 a# %"sndp1kC 11r 0 6 -1Pq51se
JOW O use eme Moo e 6m o ~
WhV -WaNo.


TiWnvnpend, who \% % ,trickin with
paralysis, wAs L.i,. unproved. and
nedleed aS skitnce. Ihe Sun ha, fen
repqieSte(d to e'mphiilirtoll y den(fy the
rumor that tthe lady ini edd a-.ist.
ance, as she ii reoe'iviiini evrr pi.eihb*
at mention at the htiid.- f rel.tiv-ies and
friends. and an for s that i con-


LV QJhiAa; S iIUVI,


ANOTHER MAN


IN GEORGIA


Indications Point to the Fact That M in
Who Left Campville Soon Atler
Tragedy is Guilty Party-Ottfcers
Are Now Hot After Trail.


A Merry Christmas

and


*HAPPY


NEW


YEAR


Is our f'Lrlhl'4t w'i.sh 6 or iiilq andl







S'hox4eon ywir t'r fe it


BIEIE THE NEW YEAR PROP.

EARLY BY BUYING FROM

NYDE AT O0ST


4 *-'ipf tf "Iar % 'e '.. e 4 e0 601
rot, tat& Iif n1 ), ":.*1l ltuy 401 4 1.4 of a Nhl'o,


J.4inomn toir 's air I Wol r


It tIal"


%,x v i-v r A %


G.


SHYDE.


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Oer-ned, is doing ni'e!y I ith' llad l Jim* llolden, a colored man of (amp.
condition, however, is yet unelangei.d ili who h been employed by th
bh.t friend wish for her a epe..dy re. l Rl- ests In that section, it
revery *loon "nval stort>' ilereste in that leetlon, Is
lo.snohinid the bars, onarged as asceeeory
AN ENTERPRISING FARM. 1o the murder of another negro by the
tatineH of takek, which occurred at a
The Breeder's Gazette Contained Fire ftstlita! i,1 C(m(itvlt'e on the night of
r Notice of Spring Park Farm. he particular of whiobh
Noticeere of Sprin Park Farm.lishd at the time.
The Breeder's (asette, published at Witale thrre was io definite charge
Chicago, recognized organ of the against loldn., t it said that the ne-
stock breeders of the I'nited States, in gro learned sti4pt ,lon rested against
its issue of the 19!h inst contained him lad he call ti, tohe city and gave
the following complimentary notice hniself up to I.Deuty Shertf Ilratilger,
relative to the Spring Park Farm: ating that he klLnew nothl i about the
"The Gasette takes pleasure In call- affair and wanted to lhe vindiklated by
ing attention to the Spring l'Prk Farm thei law. lie was cOleoeruiiliy ,lcted
Co breeders of Hereford anI Jerse.y in prioo, als other was niothiing el.Ve to
cattle. G(ainesvill,, Fla, Thi tilrn to id i.ft for the ofli.ere
very strong finanotally and has a large .1 prominent county ofloital stated
body of land on whirlc to carry 1oi itS Saturday that the authorities were af-.
business. The managetn-nt ii ilk the Otr atiolher mat., whom they charge as
hands of N A. Callleon, who has pritiopal. This man, who is also a ne-
proved beyond question his ability in gro, Itl for (teorlia a short tinue after
this capacity and the Ifuture esiier.s of the murder was uommisled and his
the undertaking seems assured,,l I wh, readouts art, not at present known.
building uip the Hereford herd the Itw. The story of the killing of Starke is
herds of Texas have been drawn iiupon yet fresh in the minds of the public, At
for foundation stock and only the hle a negr festival in Campville be was
of these herds were acceptable. TIhe shot through a window. death retail-
.wo herd bulls are Redicule. an aged ing almost instantly. The murderer
bull of much quality, bred at Shade. imade his edeape and no suspieton was
land, &ad the 2.year-old lalls., a Te'' held against any person for several
as product and the yearling winner at days. Certain facts,. however, tended
St. Louis last year in the Southern di- to show that the pan who e sped to
vision of that great show. Somef of the (eorgia was guilty of firing the shot
females in the herd were also winners that eded the t unfortualte man's life.
at the same show. W"e speak only of It may be Ihat he will be captured in a
tin to prove ihat this herd .8 funded f.,w iaye, as the officers are on his
wll anid to show the intenttion of thll trail
firm to have the best re'lardless of .. .
price. In the Jerseys I tniore blood themln lbelni the imported heifer Han
prevalls And theoame, preea'ilonis have ruinrmmel's Madalin,. an unusuially
brt. i taken in the *sleptilouo a In that sweet tione It Is the Intentlon tof the
of the Hlsrefords,. The herd bull Ii firiii In make Sliring Plrk famous as a
Faney (Gilden o(if iltalnorr. one of the breedig farm "
buet buhl's ever ent ont from hat not-
ed breeding establishment, and lthe fi .' taiea., arts sad air rifle f.r
males are in keeplui with him. among I krialmei. New Verk Karket.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINVESVIi, FLORIDA. DECEMBER 24,1905


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MERRY CHRISTMAS.

The M1rry Christmas time does not
come with the, full force of its meaning
'1, all the people of our land. Many
-o)p!e' boy rti rareSpt gifts for friends,
kr,.u ng full well that they will re-
*.iv,. in re'urnj a' much or more as
*'hy f %t rp ent iot, which makes the
di v !*itplyv n e-xchange of coufrtepiepi.


LOUIS J. BRUMIiY. (Ger. Tru e. ir Aent., 'v'hile- uch occasions are enjoyed by
Sthofe- who are fortunate and able to
T.. PREWITT..... Sut. C'r ..r, .r '. j^ do ,,, ,i is not the true gi ing that ex-
OFFIC': IUT R iLOCK. joect. as mich :. return ita was be.
1e W. Main :rect, r| I.,i'ro. ?E s432 stowed.
_- -The gift of necessities to those who
eTt MIonUday i ,1,,U>.I tryorn, t ge ity, r ire in actual need is a worthy Christ.
Sept Monday,(ilili - mailed toany part of tHic nitel stat., p.,tasge r mas remembrance, and the bestowal
ree, for.,a year f- ,.x month: .2fthree ,f comforts on the needy and worthy
month.,.,r ,,. cwi t r fi. we.k-strictly in is its own reward and brings a blessing
advance. to the donors. The Benevolent Pro-
P.eading ,"i!td, ..I ~',ann" .(nt** n line teetire Order of Elks of thiq city has
forfir't iiiertiui anI enlt forreahadditional set the example worthy of emulation
lasertion, by all good people, and in giving the
Rat. frir,,.y advert.iing made known on ecessaries for a Christmas dinner to
apTlkat ,n.
applicai"1._____I__all the worthy poor of the city, has ep.
The 'wice a.Werk Sun is an eight-page, forty- tbiii hed a custom that will cause
column paper, published every Monday and many a one to rise up and call the or.
Thursday, and contains all the news of the Iter :essted. Such giving is in keep.
week, local, tatet and general, and will be
mailed, postage free, to any part of the United ing with the true spirit of the season.
state(or Canada, for .uooa year--in advawie. A gift to the deserving and needy is
another treasure in the heavenly
All advertising tills becorne lue after first r m, to be recorded amor.g the no.
appearance of advertimenient, uitailm otherwiseI
.,1.1... 1 i... ....... ...n.. o w.. ... t...... u ..... ble deeds.I


Kip$ t amitJ conillractl. a nilien nuot Mowf uvus
will be required to pay for advert Iing in ad-
vace. Addreg, TIHE DAIL.Y bUN.
GAINPIVILL, PFLA..

NO PAPER TUESDAY.

On account of Monday being a lIgal
holiday, and the forcee of The Sun de-
siring a day in which to celebrate the
event, there will be no paper Issued
from this office on Tuesday morning.

A Merry Christmas to all readers of
The Sun.

The prospects for the growth of
Gaineville never were brighter,

The Ponta Gordl Herald says:
"Thoeg big sweet potatoes which the
newspapers are bragging about are
great nuisances to cooke. Those of
medium ilise are much more accept-
able in the kitchen."

All of us eteal the State Items from
The Gainesville Sun, besoause they are
so well written, and it saves work.-
Pouts aorda Herald.
Thanks, Brother Jordan. The hon.
est eonfeselon li ample reward, and if
no one does any more of that kind of
work than The Herald, there will be
no reason forany one to flod fault.

Congressman Clark is certain of the
endorsement of the temperance peo.
ple of hil district. He will also have
the law-abiding people on his side, and
It is plain to see that he is in earnest
in his efforts to do all he can in his
power to enforce law and have his dis.
triet a credit to theta hvl >t ited
States.

A "bad man" went into the oft,,'e of
a Cincinnati lawyer a day or two ago,
presented a ten.lnch "gun" at the
head of the lawyer and ordered him to
writeout a heck for W60, and do it
quickly or he would blow the top of his
head off, The lawyer didn't write the
check Instead lie grabbed th "eun."
wrenched it out of the hand of the
"bad man." threw it into a waste pa.
per basket ant kil'ked the "bad man"
downstairs. Instances like that are
calculated to discourage am.attur de*'
peracior

Adtvies from the (Ir*ir it to 'ao
'ranclseo ty the steamer Korea indi-
eate that there hats twen no abat*e
meant of the ('hinese boycott on Amer.
ican goods l(iet>re*entat res of some
of the firms noit diire 'tly i tereeted
recently met eturs of various gsilds
at Canton and were informed that the
boycott woold continue ii til satisfaL.
tory aluraoI)eO rsre,, recrved that
American restricti is rreardl t the
landing of Chint *i o rI'. i a t. 1 !
deini a, I d ti r, *l d, I Ih e .It
l ho t i t .t 1 "btif
meIA11, . Auo'


COMMENT BY STATE PRESS.

The Supreme Court of the State of
Florida has declared the Buckman ed-
ocational law to be constitutional in a
lengthy opinion handed down by Ju.*
tice Shackleford. Justice Taylor, whose
home is in Gainesville. refused to take
part in the decision because of local in-
terest. The action of the court will
come as a relief to the great majority
of the people of Florida, to whom the
location of the State University is of
secondary importance. What the peo-
ple want is some settled educational
policy that will he commensurate with
its cost, and it does seem as if the
Bookman measure would do just that.
-Palatka News.

The Supreme Court of the State,
which has had the Buckman bill under
consideration for a month past, has
rendered a decision sustaining every
feature of the law and settling, we
hope, for all time a matter that has
been a source of annoyance and great
expense to the tax-payers of Florida.
-Manatee River Journal.

The ruling of the Supreme Court in
regard to the disputed educational bill
seems to meet with pretty general sat-
ilfaction throughout the State, no mat*
ter what the opinion was before the
opinion was arrived at. Those best in-
formed on the subject express the
opinion that nothing oan be so inju-
rioas to educational interests as uncer-
tainty and one and all now unite in the
opinion that all should acq iiesce and
lend their influence to build up the
new order of things and give Florida
the best school system it is possible to
attain. Surely as it now stands there
is inmuch de ired.-m. Augustine Rec-
ord.

The beet sugar Interests have made
plans to create a split in the House of
Representatives which will make it
difficult to pass a Philippine tariff bill.
In the Senate it is becoming more ap.-
larelt than ever that the bill will
have a very difficult t e.

Oin, e in a while they remember the
newspaper men with thee tbouIiIIts, and
Editor T'iomton of The lonnellon
Advocate has been fortunate enough
to be elected olerk a*d tsse-seur of hls
home town

The Sumter County Time same out
with a Chritmas number that is a
credit to the people of Somterville-
and Fditor Koonce and his force of
printers.

It looked as though the people of
-o 'th Florida desired Congreseman
a*. -unas to sucee*d himself The
q. e ***a the once who should pre.
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]aseed at tbe P~st Omo. at Gainesvillc Pe .
iw seoord-cluuu mrt aiatter.
ki. H. MCREKkY U. Eltor him I' pra.~

jES4E E. MUMT....... Cry 14itr


OUR NAVY.

Secretary of the Treasury Shaw in
a recent address stated these aston-
ishing fact.:
"We spent in ,he last fiscal year
$1.42 per capital on the navy. But we
have something to show for it The
other day they iot up a target twenty.
one feet long and -eventeen feet wide.
There it stands. olver here a miledis-.
tant is a battleship. It is moving ten
knots an hour. rocking Aligthly over
the waves and rol ing lightly from the
recoil of the gun. Three motions.
They reach down into the hold of the
vessel and take a cartridge weighing
three-quarters of a too, swing it up
and fire it. and from this moving ves.
sel out of ten shots they put nine
thirteen-inch holes through that tar.
get ooe mile away in five minutes by
the wateh. It u ed to take five min-
utes for each shot And then they put
ten smaller hole. through the same
target in two minutes by the watch.
It is worth $1 42 to tell that.
"There. is not a battleship made by
the hand of man that can live five min-
utes within a mile of that kind of
marksmanship. I am willing that the
world shall know that we are sp-nding
some money on a navy and have a
navy to show for the money spent.
So long as the world kunow we have
such a navy we will never have use of
a navy."

A fire extingnih. r agent did a thriv-
ing business in Palatka a few days ago.
After taking a drank of Palatka red-
eye a fellow turned the nozzle down
his throat and he felt instant relief.
The agent has had a big sale.


The city council of Zolfo is going to AF LAA
make the saloons and billiard and pool i ..I
rooms in that town close tp at 10
o'clock or they will have to pay the A IN urAd .
fiddler. IY OU Are Insureu ..

Brookthilen Arby Cpublished atl Iu a Company that is Rtepon.ible. Hae a Polucy Correctly
Brooksvlle y A. C. l, isWritten With Liberality of Poluliy Contract and the Company 0
four years old and a flrtt-claes weekly Pays lIA)s Promptly
paper, ably edited.

Arcadia is booming all right. There You Are Assured
were four births recorded there in less %
than a week. V That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some
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tCosad a4 after qulpe lac i 1 can thel c all l l "a
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eomeequetam ly 1the' .tatraiueirlt of I.@t-$ "-J hvnry for Ithe last 13 yoarso. and bo.
WISvalbt wse Vriv~ead' kith os 'r"00 -. te imporfectly h~inratile is all
TUBm the rviscral's, ttt cuiu j "IA ic 'u ~s~uro* IrraSlC11v-hs am it fiascalte sI
elf eaW a perleI 01 W% 11 %11 t Iluigst-ilo to carry ou.t any ob.igattiieemad.
Ittnetofe a taill.thin uw'ist oitoo@by his Gram. ~M~v
I~o ee cm tosay riaea~n. the Wbolomieglo ibasgtea. Ts.de. (0
ev~aellt iked.thaYO~U 1laTe' jb tm:.6s~strrb ("are to takes easier.
a perfect womb!" Well ', iaL. eig is tly Pes1theb*Wleed
juetsaytat041 %"&eIseets w hotr-"he WI. mcd muceee s grtms" 1160Sh eteia
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 24, 1905


NEWS FROM ALL How Is Baby Today?)
ARTS OF FL IA Better, thank you. In fact. quite well.
Fat, round and full of life and mischief.
Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim-
ples. No cough, no indigestion.
fid Happenings From Various All on a ount of


Sections of State.

THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS


I I I E


Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the administered by a mother whose love
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to was tempered with common sense.
All Classes. She knows that OZOMULSION is
a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
Three brick blocks are in proesa of
Three rik b ar in pre too. It stops waste of tlesh. It makes
onstrctionat Perry and there are plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
several fine residence being erected, folk it is the chief nourisher at l:ie's
Rev. John A Wray, a North Caro-! feast It cures Consumption hlicn
lina revivalist, will cond'ict a two- taken in time. All druggists sell it-
weeks' revival service at Fernandina. So cents and $t.oo the battle. Let us
A colored man in Wilson'< mill at send you
Palatka was hit on the, head by a band Free Sample Beffle by Mall
saw and both were put out of comnii-
slon on Monday last. Write letter or postal to
J. E. Williams' grocery at Seabreeze OZOMULSION CO.
was burglarized a few nights ago and g Pine street, New Yorlk,
groceries, money and tigers taken. The -
thief has not been captured. YANKEE SHELL EXPLODED.
A new trial has been ordered by the
Supreme Court in the caoe of A. C After Being Imbedded in Tree for For.
Treston of Tampa. sent to prison for ty-One Years.
embezzling funds from the Wagon Nas l rt4.)y T l" n It 1 -': A tree
Makers' Union. was recentl cut oni t, mc vic
M~ker' Union. farm near Franklin. 'I" 1, i o.! im''n, i.r
Rural mail carrier No 3. out of Live day a *tl'k of \o,,l In:,,it 'l h iif,,
Oak, says he had to drive around 27 ks ila;(ed in the fi e in .t ,intan lini-,.
fallen trees that isay in the road the on th- tarn Wititin a few mninut,
next morning after the stormn of a tronirdotis txplodmion took place tl nt
Wednesday in going seven miles. friaglleiit was acattridI all ovi tihe
The people of .Martel have an idea twOin, & a n ar) c'!' I1 l t iiifuisl
that dergue fever is the proper thing burt.
if you would stand high in society and to exampllldntl wh se:lt into the cfll.
one man has insisted on having twoor fe tdraoe xanl forty.uone io the agon
three cases of esthetic complaint. was dils'nover It ha, hur.l its,' if
During the wind storm on Wednes- In the true aol the bark of the inr.,'
day the house of Robert Ranson of St. had concealed the she:l, which was
Augustine was leveled to the ground. b!own to fragmiient; wh)bn the b xpilh:-l It was a hard blow to Mr Ranson, as occurreJI.
the house was about half completed. The shi'll was on tne north s-l.p of
The Salvstion Army will serve a big the tree from 'he federal libra .tiork,
dlinner to the needy poor of the city of The fuse that was expHct.d to cau t
Jacksonville and in other places of e t ali' nrr at e der.r e,1m w .-
State. Gentlemen, tip your hats to the spark cai, in contact with the tn i
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siriu wno wear ine SaivTaiUon onnet
The wind storm of Wednesday night
did much damage to the electric light
wires at Feriandina and acted so that
it shocked one of the leading citizens
of that place No serious damage,
however.
J. (. Gardiner of Baltimore. Md
will establish a retort in Lake butler
for the manufacture of turpentine
from pine wood and stumps. He will
employ 40 or 60 men and has material
enough to ran for several years.
C. H. Lrinson of L.ie lak left a
boiler of cane jui'e at n:ght, that be
intended to hoil tO e it-it morning.
His cows g,,t intn t1h place. drank the
juice at.d tverait: f them died from
the effects of the wi~eet et)erage


The Key That Unlocks the Door to
Long Living.
The men of eighty-tive and ninety
years of age are not the rotund well
fed, but thin. spare men who live on a
slender diet. lie as careful as he will
however, a man past middle ag- will
occasi)mially eat too much or of some
article of food not suited to his consti-
tution, and will need a dose of Chain.
herain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to
cleause an I invigorate his stoinach snil
regulate his lIver and howel* \'When
this is lone there is no r'easiin i hy the
average man should nit live to id
age For sale by all dr'iggi-ta.
Deporled as Stowaway.
New Yo'k, 1) ; I,, -it r


(irim-ley Irother. of \Vestville. paid of v, T % '*i aimi *i'hat
W. (. S immerlin and his partners he' h.(- ,I' .1 S '" .. ,, ir. 'h, '; ,
6(i0,( for their tirpenr.t;ne outfi t near v< .', n ,- w: 't *...., ,i ,,'l
Laurel Hi;l, corn listing of someth ng hi. f.,r''in* ,-.- 'i* i ,! ;,*'. ,on the
over twenty t lousand acres Ninipty 1 *.th-i.r '.r .i ,i !., iI ;- : a i >.o. *,
hands were set to work at i nwe cutting carn.. n.'r'i lr tIr A nit-'lani (ItlIlen
boxes, In 1 ai4' lo l tI t' he ha1 n hart thnre
West Palm tBeach is to havre a place In ;, '., on tof'r .Iln' cil. nloney
to tore IS aituitobiles at oine time he r- t 'i tlis tort'. In Ait u-.t
and they expect a big time this winter. h "'if it fl ',,! '* 7r,,oar r 'he.rs
anI lishlng to return 'o the t'nli'l
A morgue w:ll also te needed to store an h.l n I na tt. sT An
about that number of people, for they dr,1. a ,',ar.r at. rTr I c,.
an'tl Jodge those autos any more than I ,., I -. i, .. .;..'. n % l. k
nothing in the worll dinr -, : *'::l .' .n :,a;,, a
Miss Daisy ('arpe.t,ter f (',coanut **;i 'r a* a' ..AR
Grove was sault.-d by a ruffian at her
home Wednesdily r.,ig.t As st. Doctors Could Not Help Her.
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OFFER REWARD FOR WH

Roscoe Bennett Wanted an
Assaulting Negro G
A '' .i, !)c. .,,- < < \
ha. ;, .' a reward :
air s' \ a proof to '* .
''i i \\ litp llt an .
k"ho i .11, to be wanll'.
of cr :i!i :; .i oisi iult oI .1
Cro 1 : 1,
The crime for wli
w',iteil was com nitllt,,! \
the ,lay on which .Jim \\
sal'.int of l Mrs, . W. M,.
ed In thi Tl'*,w 'er.
Ti oo il's rot, In tip -
city wvh, rt ihe criuem \\.
cihaled a voillmpe of whi '
ei4 o0f thli crime and .;
thni personal vio'in c
were laiinde in tte i -t,. i


nion ;iarn. tedt tiirutel partly's who knew notaii
ter. Governtir Terrell
ward nt th. reque st ,f
eral C(hiail, y lll. In
Nt. liin.s.


U.rip QICKly KInociOd iut.
"Soiin' w eks ago dur, ** ,' 4 'r ,
winlt r wetilter loh lh ni \ '. ;>iIt my
self con;rat(il *c \,ri : Ier: no,' i
SI teIfdily dilev lolwd into t ',,. rt kniid
of la grippe with all it ii. rilr. l iymp- .
tolll." 'says .M r. .1 l ll. i of
Mrple Landing, l(Iwn. ane d ti


Furious Fighting.
"For seven years." writes e,)' W
Hoffman oif Harper, \\Wah I had a
bitter battle with chrun.c sstiiiiieti a Wnd Le L
liver trouble, ,it at last I n4,, aind
'iured my di'oe.* by the fip of F.lr-
trti Hitters I inhe.itati gi gly recoin-
mnond them to sll. and don't intend it
the future to be without Ihierin li t Jo
hftiiuso The-y iare erttinly a w.,iild r.
fui mnrdicioe, i, have cured oii,'h a >l,
cae as Linii Sold under gutai'an.
teo to do the same for youi, by a' I drug.-
glto at 60c a bottle. Try theiri latodiy


EL DORADO CAFE
( Iteallei** is n 4 ig a Featurr.
Evsrythiirig .1; eason Coked to i i r, r.
Y*-TI.I1:- AM 1 SIE. K.
I, 1 S(*1 II the Beest
1-'. H E 4 1; A t'O N :\ A I. !
W 1EST S 1 I) E SUIAKk;


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Or,~t i ena 4uy" )t

~ 'h f~za fitt .'R)fo l Pr i~eor LAini:~
ry im.', l i c W lti@:,, ltip, I I N rtfa, Jv .
-' a l .1l'erari'et


f AI P I 11 1 11 ,i' .1
N. H1. V. Fruit t'mk', im omv,.two, :ive
ardIv .%inlva. -m a


Gains ~ *ien ''UEit i l.JmIp~ok t4.'
IDaroieitiile A(lakiatilo, %1,,tl
%rtes, in glas.' ,SAvarnis *c (
pilltiibis (it, IParis, in pguts. antt
Sniokt-l in guis. !. tok edi
s t.itit-,% r efit, IbuIk Smi. k ,


joilts a lthilig, inuii- l. -- ... r, ad ,,ai halibut
stopped llup,eyrsand noie. riillnili.: % ilth \Vhite Ros'e lBaly I'Corli
alternatl sie ll iiulofchlA lls idi \.t r W thner put ip blyy Ianyboly
began using hlChainli. rIi'.. oti ghi tiennew iimpilrted Fret,'.,
l~iniieldy. aiding the' wan,.%' iA: li a It*, !
of Chamblierlain's S omiii.l. iand l iver
I'ablets, and by its lii, rel ut.' ooii
tnomplhtkely kl t)iok l i it r t ri', "
','ll ,, ,blts promote, ? i ,.,tt A,,, .,I,> l D orsey s
of the bowels. liverii ai kildin y wlh ch
is always beneficial w liii i!.,. yat.in I F IN ES i N
cong. sed by a oll ,or attack iif hie
gr:p For sale by all ,lriir git, I


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' nineie IN, ianl Cariar; Fainil') ,i i.

tnlil line of I.owney's Candies.
1 h! llipnet Crai1wrries you ever saw
\',rnii .MNip'e Sugar and Syrup-
oiim rnt.'ed ct rictly pltire.
'"nriilt liM ig n balk and in one-

1 I'eli l It' i te[ i.pmind packages.
o'ilirfo, rl, '.,in c. r F4'iim r Import-
i :w is i., \lt, r l ,iiiir iand ieviled


St'hern ,, N 'I0 litt'. r
'' W I ll llr1m. of Chr l i ni it ('at diht c You
I in TIanlit voite of iiho- for that tree.
1sno le d lCn m Adt I. ii i ?N.'l I t'1vIeIyry
am ,HelI I' alhed' t tit rod, t'rlainery
l i ,iter-niothili finer ail i b iproltii'ed
in y w eliere.
t' tIli I'op C'orn-popped or uiiiipoppetl
S ill line oif Fati ;' Fruiits, both for.
1 i<'sr I ',igis and datiesti,


Delight


Coffee


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Take The Atlantic Coast Line


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stopped out uOf t- Me 'a iloor a r 1151 "I1had kidney I .'.itslaI tv yes rs I''A -- &- .I aa I a 1- ; -. U,'" %I-A-
trabbA herarid_____a______ofherI_-I__AP"Act&______ IIRapid Tran~it arid Uli'u~rpu~tmtejd er'vim
w ra l l s e d e h e r o af d t or e a a r t f o f h e r w r it e s S1 tr 4 Ita y n o t ail CD i mn n e r e fJ 'h e I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
wais sleve ff d1. caled o Id ton VtWash and the doctors uciu.'I rnot
a~4the appearance of ther mothe-r and fISA mo I tj@-dFole's KdnlmCurernittiTaro. r .~iir 1,IPA
sister fir'gttetted thofe fied away and tfte very first 'Ii'..prave me relief G IIAi.1I.I HOTEL,5J5J1jDesairt ?or fi t II A.1 'r Arrive .P
Exhibits Large Potato. aI mXScrd ane a r
Talbotton (Go_. 100C 2.1 -ItS9Maitmucoh for V icy's K 'ney Cisr. *I LIV H % 330195, Ff. to tIfP m 1'high~r~ngs andbis?- a* a
tea :iu on *zhtilftlon Stere a wet I"'makes the dis*ased kidneys 9'rid or, 7til '.r.! at. poi~ald DeValy
tMweigtalcg AIne*p-'indis Mir 'Mi..they i iJ slerainasi otrip j.')iotor sfruarn IParadise for Hunting and Fishing 17 ibe.pm OA's I .oletg&aAd 'ramps, &aid 154Up
no to one of Charlton's tsat knosa the bilurxI tale..e ti-v 1 tt gd,, '--1)4,17 1w.LetonrloteISPfoints S~
111111rmor. beslives bui"a Os ZIO&ve 'heath is imionsebIe .J 'i'WfE* iu m j 0 sb MSr. ofueo &,A p aab skoaIi p
sawmill opoirator. A V sow. Matlf-P, too sis tw saawt ivot WpmWesta
'To lImprove P'aCi,fies 6bb* d. rh iasM W s
NIP IT IN THE mm (u"!.-a(0i !')-e' .. e .1f dSad a" M ~16"12 46pm High topr-I'ge Aayet-'i. 'aja. uaeiehJo, 5:p
I r! r rawff'&c., i'.f"as..assInsmis amen pAlba~ tas te 16A,! P'uemt$North, EZ4 WiM
PbUN Asigemmsiee or ~Daiamga rov., O let0Tats e-,o' Nr .an it.&ft A 19@&&' P1W i 5
rummo of utum e *s~dm~m. Kor.'tiorhy ergcagt'i!nl n Sterarbs~a.'A 1,t11u( tde.IAV 0.FL Ca e 4 'A a Xai Or
?%Mt OUCIIs 19 '* ts. t..e.,i %0-71 'tkeytof e'.a,'c' !be PollI~iyD il
Ielumve.ty prvonWVi t'rVffgi!4i% ?a. r4,3rr.-%",f4 par.'
SPetehUnnthe '-'..*. ta 1 q *,,*clwa1 ng sstk'Ie d

1-1ou of aCAr '-reassolf a~rto&&,I M iss Tebeau's
11101a hwhT*ihirVo'w4P!toleeCl Day School ;*IM&Oedaas.y isadiss
8011tyo-W wor Z-! "Gfli-1*4Boarding and lteiisie "a

11141,11%am est-W# .. 1,41ft%.' ~4 a Ismeost dFokased e aD '~a S h olA @i1'al"014etPis .ari5"5 5 sAla
pmrwi.f.3 s im "V 'tit, I %'a 's M is U &Md 4P owl salw V st be hmrioj 'ALV. s.. I e;esa istre,6. AQ013 asa gm 3sm
Wtrge-.4'bI hek e~. VIUac ?I othe ~ ", W-" ON elow amassbea",aa,,mIPAburt psi'

ams,= A e .% toWI! iwm. Whom wi en. ee~se g I Mille"ad"AfteImehihmJC,.Amei4Je.M Po
*AN W W, D. OT A It. T 1 Mo. POW A.11e
OPINO Men4 a b..upsMtIre.se4 SsCasuas W so,@5.0. a


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Died Under Pecular C rcurmstances.

Trilino f:,o Intl it, >,s
that Mrs i ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
r(',lwomalniir ,.. \ Inoorporat:41ll
ye. Wer inedinay MI r- tr E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

did not apjit. r. th, .. .. '.r ;l At4trsets of Title and full information furnished regarding lands la tisl
was forrvt) open 11 it. A.is f, in I county. Our manager has lived in this .ountr thirty years sa
ly.vlng on 'I. fllor ', ,,.- : is thoroughly conversan with land illes.
fa e'r tie k an, t,:.!- t I 'a l
n, coual. It Is I.:l ,,I -,, ,t ,& Ei V
Inig her itlr itwi "; i,, i 'ait, S 0 iJ J
iA ntt, manwn 'r .ledl h, I f.t .. h:inl- o111 I
n.k dieId w itht ,..i ni,. FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANOR. Reple,
(lei0i41i it i, seating a number of prominent Amertean and En Hllsh iompsaile.
le o, uio,,,,, aidl ,.o .lan h-lR rn REAL EHTATE AND CITY LOAN K.
-r O neilx v-rille i t F 01rio Ai


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NEW YORK LETTER


Things Dainty Fer Dainty Women. -, I
Handmade Fretoh Embroidered Lin- Add ostaI r
g*ere-Foergtmenot Mose Supporters. s..
Violet Strewn Garters and Blossomr
ing Silk Stockings.
*y RENE DEVERAUX.
Truly there is nothing so bewildering,
distracting, muddceailng, an New York
bopping during the hint few days be-
Cmt Christmas. In the large shops and
on the avenue the crowds are little
short of frenzldd muohn, good nature,
to be sure, though one can scarcely
fancy any one really enjoying the crush
and excitement.
The New York woman who pushes
her way as abe makes her purchases
thlukN longingly of the sister down
south, perhaps, whose list abe is filling.
or of the cousin or aunt in a nearby /
town, who orders by mall, to have Just
what she wants arrive In the nick of
time neatly packed and delivered at her
door, without the fatigue of a tedious
selection. I Serviceable and Dresy Suit For
That shopping crowds are admirably th e o o.
taken care of In the well ordered de-
partment stores here cannot be denied, Value $4.00 at $2.97
however, and the systematic arrange. This adve ment should teret every
meat of the various departments In mother who wishes her boy well dressed
which things closely allied are display- at little expense. We know that Boys'
ad, each price-marked, undoubtedly Buits can be purchased for les than .1,
simpllfles the shoppers' perplexities ex but they are not made of material th
will wear and are poorly tailored. The
traordinarily. suit here offered we guarantee to 'wear
To leave the general holiday crush well, having sold thousands of this aum.-
for a moment to peep into the boxes of ber during the past few months, and all
ae Bl given1 thvoroutb Satsfactlon. The
exquisitely made lingerie is a pleasure suit is a Russian blouse, deeble brWeased
that dainty femininity cannot resist, style, made of excellent quality ine wool
and at Christmas times, an at others, cheviot; has extra linen Eton collar, with
there are always a number of exclusive silk tie; leather belt; bloomer trousers;
lined throughout; colors, tan, gray and
blue; perfectly tailored and will not rip:
alssl 2% to I years; price..............SaiTm
Any suit not satisfactory can be return.
ed for refund of money, as Is our rule
with every article sold by us.

DO YOUR BUYING IN NEW YORK
New York is Just one year ahead of
fashions. Why not learn what New York
is wearing? Our Fall and Winter Cata-
Jlosue contains
s 0 pages of New York fashions
Cloaks, Suits, Furs. Skirts. Shlrtwaists,
and everything needed for men's or wo-
men's wear or In the home. If you wlsh
Sltyles-lf Interested In Slavlms *oM*F-
S write for our Cataloue. Cloth Bound
Copy, De oLuse Edition, sent for lie. to
pay postage. or paper bound copy sent
absolutely fr**. It places the New Yqrk
Market at your disposal--the pleasure of
New York Styles-Now York PricPs-alI
are yours for the asking. Write for this
Cataloue today--now.


R Hl MACY tCO.

NEW YORK


LAYMY U*14CMIN T149K M UIR sir OF
MNI)A M1141) bl~bDI(MR11?N) U1401WRAII.
W01t1i181wht]Is outWarM ls'arilcimgf is mug
geStIlve of mn tiiidieriylitituextiut'
hovering over tiettwecounaiters.
Cortaltily fawtiitinIn in ilitigerie cannollt
be ranght en liassanit. Rawl thsem 'Is no
better way of pivikitig up larvtty Ideas.
than by studying the handiwork of the'
Fre'nch i canbivileream and clovor needle-
wouacis to bie found InTa he large store*
where. atioh thliiags are handled.
14maiaik I n e- iac ep wire sets of three
pleictali ia W e. ei, e'ligtfuiiy pretty boll-
day gi[ftM. iniad' oftheof II kfWtt V**bch
iaalimisbk, "C" ithlilmv delelie'uty hand
taai'irlde~r'aItIim the' lasiti loi,'e5 atterns
vr~ iwitimm t ho.u. ii, niilimeare' A %-Pry
1vle)%eit net ta evat 'iialieroei liiit allter
a ritulil Iliv lu a'. aittl *'Vi wfile 11ghti
etrom "111 1ui a l10t. 104111-if %%111t4e-i .11 e're
flraIalae..t %% lilt lil"tii, 1e14ft a11110. VitRM11141-
te 4ls4-1iltawu li ,Nil ltIt 'i'i.'i lot lite


14tmlu .' is ralha rlt i %%A n acm ioitl tlc' titIi
a siuuail ?%%% Ii It rm i ii I aginv% if
the ftill plaaital.tItu '.sti ta. %%,i iltt
adlla d-4) 1#111au-Re I l.1 .iAs1141,11. 11 111. vC-iC
te'r of whic'l'h %i No et-mbittO'., t-%l11 5 5 At* %

otitch t is ica 041 ai kitvf tiavc'-.,m'rraa-mvit
cv eta the hew ifJ .t tlaitighwivam t''"a
* d Illyt hanA 'Ihat lthree irveof
umds'rwar~ar stiacly handnimSae can be
betmitta fOW $Ss T ua14km A-I ,ti* ioy tle.mIt
but In coliag sea il'sr~i ,I tI : t litebacolkill
or IIWatuie tel IWIIy 11W %oltit a Ia clw i
at each wart
A daintY Thair -fV11-4-moa~i-l-m'to-ita
mk&of pink ma514 ih -tkid' '. allc'iO nact
ft Safas The wupper 1wl'tmfltwitait
P" 04 hirmfumilg a matcuiet nni.abelat
UPapm dbotf~wth 1.15bIl~k 0i1tataltr-,
sotta hve L Ovm ttwtil.,t~ist %son,
scatillrA "%tI b&" paintld vaole1t'. anal
*0 dW"Mwasof vdol,4sud twis
2%ws pair yes $LU
As vim atypmAof pak cosattagabout


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hirlf. lie ilth' to It relell riiil Ib i., nn-I
14h-dIl wiltll l atu. t1 u1nd U11 a white
pair theree tliity l til painted ftrrge'tue-
ihwer na'ittevreTd ailk hote nare tre.-
nilouithli|ly patiiuir fur f rveilInig )Huit
hIoune wear. onlie of the newest daeitgvni
twinaIg n igleli half htlown rose eni-
lainride'n' ovtir th' Intatep of black silk
of illiest i qtlil.V.
Wornt with black suede or patent
leatler hour tsboes or slipwers these
eiiilhinldrdel effects are particularly
'harlinilng with pretty houMe or evening
gowns a iitl are a welcome change from
the nite old llnak.
t)ur readers may have any question
concvrning fashion or fabrics aAwredod
without charge hy RMne levvrsuau. the
fashion e*xprt, by adlrereins Rene Dev.-
oraux, I Itaonl sM. Mnuisomin Square,
New York. IncloIing stamp for reply.)


Remarkable Cure.


ADMIRAL DEWEY IS

AGAINST ALL HAZING


HEaura Should Bo Dismissed
And Excluded Forever.

NOT OPPOSED TO FAIR FIGHTING

Doe Not Want Men in Navy Who He&-
itate to Ressent Insult-Ooes Not
Want Prixe Fighters-Unmanly for
Several oys to Attack One.
hicago, Dec. 22.-A dispatch to the
Tribune from Washington says:
Admiral Dewey ham made an emphat-
kc stand agatnast the hazing practice
which prevails at the naval academy
at Annapolis.
"It Is a disgraceful condition of af-
fairs," he laid yesterday. "It calls
for prompt and vigorous realedial
measures. The secretary of the navy
should be empowered to dismiss in-
stantly any boy caught in the act of
chasing and the culprit should be de-
prived of all hope of getting back. He
should be dismissed and excluded for-
ever."
The navy academy Is the cradle of
the navy, and there In the opinion of
the admiral should begin the Incul-
eation of the principle of obedience
to law and regulation which are essen-
tial to the maintaliance of an efficient
service.
"Of course, boys are the same all
over those world; they will be boys,"
said Admiral Dewey. "I am not op-
posd to fair fSgtitlnr when cireum-
stances are such that It is the proper
thing to resort to. We do not want
In our navy men who hesitate to re-
sent an insult. But we do not want
prize fights and It Is unfair and un-
manly for several boys to attack one.
I feel sure If the secretary of the navy
had authority to dismiss the boy In.
stantly and the boy wou!d never have
a chance of getting back, there would
be no more ha-ing."

Failed.


All efforts have failed to find a bet.
ter remedy for eough., colds and lung
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
It stops the sough, heals the lungs and
prevents serious results from a cold.
J. P. Patterson, Nashus, Iowa, writes:
"Last winter I had a bad cold on my
lungs and tried at least half a dosei
advertised cough medicines and had
treatment from two physicians with.
out getting any benefit. A friend re-
commended Foley's Honey and Tar
and two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I
consider it the greatest cough ar.d lung
medicine in the world." J. W. Mc-
Collum & Company.

Will Raid Sunday Clubs.
St. Ix.oin. [Icr. l. -Piregshldnt Stew.
art, of the Ipard of police, has receive.
edt a letter from Oovernor Folk In
structing that the police raid so-cal.lei
"cltb s" orKanlied fur the evasion of
the Sunday liquor law, an,d the avoid
ance of dram shop llense payment In
accordance with the Instructions the
chief of police announced this after-
noon that all so-called "clubs" will he
raided no It Sunday an.d these ralht
will continue aially thereafter until the
allegel vio'e:ions of the dram shop
law rease.
LaGrippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia often follows laIripe,.
but never follows the uoe uf Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cores lagrippe.


I was much asftieted with seiatiea," coughe and prevents pneumonia and
writes Ed U. Nud. lowaville. Sedgwiek consumption. Ask for Foley's Hotey
C'o Kaa "going about on erutehes Bsd Tar and refuse any subttllat of.
aal suffering a deal of pain. I was fered Mr. 01. 'Vaeer, 167 Oanod
lidueid tn try Ballard's Snow Lini. street, Cbieao. wrest "My wife had
inenit, whieh relieved me I used a ver oase* of lagrippe three years
threq bk botthlese II is the greatest ago and it left her with a terrible
Irimetut I ever used hale reeom- eoaih. Sthe tried a beetle of Foley's
,iniied is to a number of persons. Hooey and Tar and it gave immodsate
All e xpreso themelvee as being baoe- relief. A 0-fent bottle cored hereough
Hti-d by at. I now walk without etiIrel." Refuse substitutes. J. %V
cru'chea able to perlnrm a gitrt deal MeColia & Cotapany.
,, I Rht ialor on the farm 26e. WOe
a>,d $1 told by W. M Johnson Famine Conditionl DepleraMe,
a-- Toht:. Dec -11l 3a. r--As eye.
Attept Made to Kill Rkye vitlaes au the e@teat of the famine
\N%. lntia.. Isrc The state da Mj iP who As ta
;-n tiat nas rra-vvled laftrmatioa by n ng n ra1I "tioa of !he


I t tat an attempt was made Is

*~~~~ A.I l-ntoaPWo few oiev~rita'

''A .',TVmany arrlests of Psomlars t
a.,.. v~ to be tri*4 by rout
W %! mcss them was a ftveer
t1ow'--rr of the cabinet &a~d iVe lead
'.- -in the nPpstakoa N*6 OWIetallaa
flift'- of tho reasoas ftu. the alleept


people to he r ..aly daepleb) The ad-
vTet tf win ,.r (f uad tbeovaa1s oa the
Trge of maratiee asud speed r*U:J
s *t11U ll a& them. Measers of re
nief I':; be v-torouty takes up herv
"ad &aststala l io em sympaatiisers
abroad wt'l be weklme.

it e Sab, ia Caetg Teeh
he ** and u that m o ad wU.l-


meg vup beam wngesfew&ag
~ ~ Ihlw sm tMeI$
441m -me I


000D HALTED WHITE WOMAN.

Miss Beghonni May Be Arrested,
Charged with Incendiarism.
Decatur, Ala., Dec. 22.-A chase with
bloodhounds In an attempt to run down
the person who was supposed to have
set fire to and burned the residence
of J. D. Phillips, 8 miles south of Hills-
boro. resulted in the hounJd halting
and baying before Miss Begionni. as
she was calling and feeding hop in
a field near the scene of the house
burned. T. G. Boggs. to whom (le
dogs belong, and who handled them in
the chase. said Miss Beghonni's arrest
would follow, but at yet she has not
been arrested.
This is the saoond incendiary fire in
the vicinity within the past two
months.
Cured Paralysis.
W. F. Bally, P. 0. True, Texas,
writes: "My wife had been suffering
five years with paralysis in her arm,
when I was persuaded to use Ballard's
Snow Liniment, which cured her al-
right. I have also used it for old
sores, frostbites and skin eruptions.
It does the work." Sold by W. M.
Johabson.



WOOD PINE
Sawed and split, all lengths and sizes.
WOOD OF BEST QUALITY and
guaranteed satisfaction with every or.
der. When you are in want of STOVE
WOOD please give me a eall. Every
facility for sawing, splitting and de-
livering wood promptly.
I SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
E. C. JONES,
Proprietor Wood Yard, Corner Uni-
versity and Masonic Streets, Gaines.
villa, Florida.



... Do. *SNA(l TO s..o


Painter,
Decorator and
Paper Hanger.
204 East Main St., S Gainesville, Fla.


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

PAPER HANGING and SIGN WRIT.
ING a Speecialty.



Keep Your Head Clear

And our toma.ch free from Indlireq-
tInla If you would he happy with yuur
family and your fel:ow-an.
The sureit thiDg on eartb to iet a man Q sRY-
tem"rut of whack" Is heavy. momty bread.
which is oaused by several reasons: PtFrt.the
material mayor not begood second. the cook-
inr mar he poor. The beat four in the world
will make theb eavlest bread If improperly
mixed or cooked. WE US.e THE REST
rLOaUB and our "lons uilt" Is knowing how to
mil and bake It. Our bread does not cost any
wore than bome-made. d Ia many tinances
it is Wo mush more Palatable.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
the m 1 R. T. lhafer. Pro.p
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Louisville &

Nashvile R. R.


Belt Line to
Blrminghaa, Nashvllle, Memphis
KeeaviUle, LAlavltlle (le eleaati,
St. LsIa, ('hkage ad all peats
Nerth aId Weat IN tbhregh ears.

Onlt line operation through sleepers
from Florida to Chiselo.
Only line operating through leperss
from Florida to St. Louis with dining
ear servrie
F inet dininte r rviee in the South
Throuah tourist sleepers to Califor.
nia
For information as to rate to all
point* North aid West. sebedaele and
all informative eall oe or write

GEO. E. HEARING,
ias. raA. Lar. L. X. L L..
9M Wes Say Mrtrt Jeer'ssielu. Fis..


ow tear
Usgie alp_


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BTTBSINESS OARDr


DR. DiVERE B. MORRIS,

....DENTIST....


Ofce over Marcus Endel's. Phone 79-3 rings

J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor in Equity
Real Estate, Cooveyancing and Ges-
eral Practice. All business promptly
attended to. Office next door to Suo
office. GAINISVILLZ, FLORIDA.

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


I ArxZSVzLLZ,


FLORIDA.


Can sell your city property, (im-
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you offer for sale. 2142z,

'W E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY....


GAINESVILLE, Aiachaa Co.,
Office in Endel Block.


FLA.


DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,

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Over Dutton Co's Bank. GalSneevt'


DR. GORDON B. TISON,
DENTIST.

Ofce In Miller Law Eechange
OAIrNmsILL. FLA.

THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
JOHN MENZIES, Proprietor.
119-211 W. Bar at.. Jacksonville, la.
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
fail to call on me when in Jacksonville

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The following letter from one of our
mail order customers is self-explana*
tory :
Louisville. Ky.. Feb. 27, 1906.
H H. McCresry,
0(aiesville, Fla.
D[ar Sir: Reeeived the printing
matter in due time, and will say that
it is perfectly satisfactory. I likes the
envelope. so mush. Many thanks for
your prompt attention in filling order.
Yours truly,
MeaO. M. C. CocsTar.
A PW- Send orders to THE SUN.
Gasaesville. Fla


ALACHUA COUNTY,,,,
Akaebua oonty ie JI400 saeemsa
area, has 9U1 miles milroad, 00
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Cold Storage
Is the best met'h'd by wh ch the. tro-
ducert of meato can liatv :erni taken
care uf. The


Mutiny And Rioting In Manchu DIAMOND ICE COMPANY
Has the most complete plant an (,,n.
rian Army Extending. ,trH Ftr^.a atnd the pro1I.s s the
be.t- for
Preservlag .Meat.
MANY PEOPLE ARE KILLED DAILY s cit paIronagtra
\e f isolieit patroneg,, and )uarant e
Spierfecst satisfaelou lMesm ireppartd
Cemsacks Attacked Barracks Wherein by thip process can alsi be smoked.
00 Mutineers Were Confined and Diamond Ice Company.
0t Fire to Building, Roasting Men R.B. LIVINuSTON,.\gr.. Gaur..e. -.orid
to Death-120 Residents Massacred. THE ALA(H'A ICE COMPANY,
New York, Dec. 22.-A cable dis- Alachu Fleorida,
patch to the American from Vladivo- Will also poit up mea't by the snie
stok says: prceeas. Leave order at either plate.
The mutiny and rioting in the Man- 1-
churian army are extending, and the DEVIL IN HIM, LISSON SAY
most terrible scenes are witnessed EVIL IN HIM, GLISSON AY
j ^.,j i..


EN COSSACKS


***y. j That Is the Cause He Ascribes for the ,ef.ndants
A detachment of Cossacks has at- Killing of His Father. _
tacked the barracks at Tonimsk, where- Vaynetturo, Ga., ) Ic. -.-G(orge HUMMEL GIVEN ONE YEAR. M 0
In nine hundred mutineers were con- Glisbou, the young man who shot and A
fined, and then set fire to the building. killed his father, W. t. lbltson, at Wll Also Have to Pay Fine of Five
It is reported that all the imprisoned HIlls. Dec. 12. was given a prelimiu- Hundred Dollars.
men were roasted to death, ary hearing at Girard \\edtucday. New York, Dec. 22. A. .ham II.
Rioting on the streets here is contain. Glisson said he came h.oui to see Hummell. the lawyer. a .oumvict d Daily Thr
ued, In one street drunken Cossacks his father, wao talked pl)louly to him of om.-pimcy In conneti,,n itI t D. ily
set fire to a block of houses and mas- about his marriage. The woman he Doge-Morse Jivorce case
macred 120 oflthe residents as they married lived in Screveu county. It lh ne sentenced wihin a few in For ful
attempted to escape. was this that caused his father to utes after the jury'n verd.t .iad been write
Great numbers of people are killed speak o plainly. GiLson curbed his I tnound to one year's impritonmn i n
dailyon the streets. tathcr and was ordterd out of the and a fine of $500 which I. the maxi
Sjou.-t. He left, but came back in a naum p<.nalty for the ml-,tn. aior of,
POSTMASTER MILNER DIES. few minutes with a shotgun and break. which he, was adjudged glii Na
in.: the front door down, shot his A motion of his lawyers, for an ar-
tuccumba to Heart Failure at Home f(aher, killing him almost instantly rest of judgment for .24 t,,as was de-
In Newnan. I A younger brother, John. shot at nited, and tHummell was 'Akn to the
Newian, Ga., Dec. 22.-Robert F George five times with a pistol, hitting Tombs preparatory to giing to the |l|l
Milner, postmaster at Newnan, died twice in the arm and or.,e In tie back. penitenttary. He pre;i le I to spend
auduenly Wednesday morning from George was trying to shoot John when tae night at the Tombuil. but ,tr a-
be-rt trouble. He had held the office he was shot in the arm, preventing released on hail fol:owirng 'he uliu
under every Republican admilistra- himn from cocking the shotgun G(ore ane of a writ of rea.ia1:. doubt by
tion from 1873 up to the present. had no excuse to offer, except that i.e Justice WVtilward of the up rme
A few weeks ago President Roose "had the devil in him." court. - -
velt appointed Mrs. W. Y. Atkinson it is rumored In the section where
to suceed him upon the expiration of his father lived that his son inten.le.t The Requisite of Beauty. N A, N 0
his term on Jan. 28. The appoint killing the whole family and t.iat a The first requisite tof it.aIty is a iR ,. 4.'.
ment occasioned much surprise, as his woman put him up to it. Another mrin ilear complexion. irilit LattliTi ,1 h"' ,t,,e
administration bad been exceptionally was with him and was freed from the Fruit Syriup cleared a l ,-w, tilotch-ed, i,'.., 1'.
*fficlent and altogetner satisfactory to charge as an accomplice. coinplzin. as i tinia a' l. h livr1 th 1ert1;
the community which he had serve1l George to being attended by the and bowels. and te- ) ys tecomieo t ; C 42 ;
so long and faithfully, anI no on, county physician, and Is in jail here bright anlot le.ar. Yon ow- it to your
doubted but that he would be hi. own .friend, to take it if yor ,'onlesn i '.
successor. It Is understood that he DEATH IN WIRE THEY HANDLED bad. Orno Laativ l-ruit yrup ,,
might nave had the atistant postma. not oauseate or gripe mand it to very i l
tership unde-r Mrs Atkinson by a;)ppy- Two Savannah Men Are Killed by Full pleasant to take. R.-fuse saIbstitutes,.
Ing for it, bhut he Wm:,.l rot d.o Io. Voltage of Electricity. J. \V. MeCollum A C n,viany. t, I
------ Savannah. Ga., Dec. j.-lurin the ..
A Certain Cure for Croup. electric storm early Wednesday even- Look Out for the Dewey. | .. d,
When a child shows symptoms of Ing J. T. Vincent, manager of the Washington Dcc. 23- A warnig hasI U'i.,t
croup there is no time to experiment Stchwartzchild & Bulabrger Beef conm. ben nt out by the hy.drographhti. of ..-e-i*- '
with new remedies, no matter how pany's plant here, and Frank H Dour- 'flee to the entire htlppln If N wI r r.',,
highly they may be recommended., quIt, shipping clerk, were killed by requesting shitkp raptalrin oin louisft f ,orW4 I
There hli one preparation tt.t can electricity the floating Irv 'ock A.
Ied r r t o The two m en were abof t to inspect Philip niith? r t s oho wo r
ways be depended upon. It hat been Thet were ab- t t inspe th hl tlng In, '.,k h,, n .y it1 I t
Scar of iat Tere wahi m an Inmid*- 5 r ,.
in upe for many years and has never S ear of n(at there waan incutr,- and t'he v '- lr.h ', .lr in -
been kn,wn to fail. viz: Charmberlain',P cent light on the platform which t iy t O h t ing, In .p,
-wre it oil'd to use for this papr I "i f ir
Cough R-mdVy. .Mr. MI. F. C mpton wr ac o. to fr ti r rv V *t will e, o on I. ,
of Market. ..xa s, ays of it I have P ,'Af TTI ,ha, a ng ,nn .inti a Ta V ll t, r, I, ,-!I
%aIre aiilrijting of Ito t-ing iaffl-d into I \ r .
uwed Chamberlsat'. ( tugh .Remedy n ,.
severe cases of croup with mny ehil.- h, car and ti h t..l u ,i,.t n 11`it In M Chase.
dren, an-d can truthfully .ay it always ef a f ;n ern ntMr 'n,.nt r h* fr 1 1 lions ru.sh t sed icl i a. t.r" .... -.
gives prompt reli.t." For sa! by all ': r! T, T.1#- r. . l.. 'ha f i' vn llh, frim o o e-Streme o f fqd!in ,
fto(,, h, e! r I,'-C I 'h ,h fil w' h
druggists. Ia e fa-:I-- 1r. t, th,. fli. ,r r tf',()l tto)a ithter, -whe-l itf they euh l l( ,1
Fund for Teachers Increased. r,r,t Mir IB ,,-trwi'n ~I ra nt tn Mr e at ,I fit -, ,9 k thre-r .,r** -1e1 ,
New York, irc "22 -1!1 a Il n' a' 'ance. wh 1 r.'.t r-iular with Ir king' New1 .fle,
ed from H 4-)'n 'r.% Li-r.' h t I ti rt tived the full force thpir trouble o uld all a*s away
ierald. t ha f' 'i 'f :., r f i '. r-rrn. lie f'l ,.lon Mr I 'r 'Prom :t relief i .! qu'ek r f .r ,iv r f
Ssum of SI' Hi t.'n , iT> l ''. n ai0 erar ..-, *tr..tm ,,% and s tr mael tr- t ',t at -A' drg ali
Carnegie to ri)pr iv,. r* :!'f f ,,r I I r !.' u stores ar t
teacher and p;.f...r ,1 'v. an1 Ptarso to r'ntrol Convention.
ties,. col:irg' an <'4-(lnical se':-io:,s Torture of a Preacher. Now Y-e.. t ::' tlir :.id a i
to be forthwith Inrrau, I.v a. a I
b'dtithonnof 1 ',AT -. '- *i T e story of the trt utj e of lee ii f *to t ':, - 'a i fr,,m
etion of t *lT. At t. 0 h i 't 1 o| or pa(sttor of the t;aitist cturrh last nl- I t. r 1rly 4 0 "
the restrlr-ti.t ta'ri I ( it ,^ H .. N o i l; iropre t a,^ *> I
from beinit e x n ,.' o em ',r f ila r ',. ihfet I,,,,ffd aV<' "r *-i 5. 5' i ttlr s 1, 7' r ,
the farl,, .ls of rian ar.*' j-> I -d i P as : c .r 1. .. .i ? u rt a ;
ed instltu'lon ar,. *o be r,:-. i b i ,trt r-i t. of t' h .. UV*spp- 'I ,e ''
statem ent de-'.ares in from n t Irh, arioI had 4 411-, f .. off ,h Y ,,,Y' y -. n, '
S t A ... ... eo ,,hr.'.,; "nrheft d fr ,i t. ''


tiIl Up IIIl 1*1J t i '- i'"m j >-,.-
edi.s without relief unit I too, k Il i ,n ,
Five Injured in Tunne. King'* New IP;srovery for Consum p- .,
New York. xc. --L Deep uider the to,. CPoh and Colds. wheh Birrly !
Xlst Rivir today a panic occurred In eur myoigh and &ed me from I
.m.yr ltouh arAd me f


th6 Pennsylvania railroad tuumel Io
which Avg Workm~en awere iniiare
three, Of the= O.nloubly SkeerSu seI
Soldlag "Marthe root f cdt-e 'UDune.at
a paist about I100feet out from the
dbwe stsiaemly oLlapsaed wlibou( any
MSJet reason. rive turn W"#-bu. b
IM64w 5ff wesc.E'oldlaS. Iwo of hfm
2ff4qm Ist~eraalyand L(At~eV elka
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"Ham DAm~l, a"ea loon.rs
eobked to 4.mh mu),y leuoday more-
W6 84 bbem abowi wp'eew'e of his
wft wW debild- He winsvaeW a slicbs
OW 8 few Mr so md psad Wetlittle

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MEIG8 POWELL 18 CONVICTED.

Sentenced to Penitentiary for KillIng S B l min A u V
Brother.
AnwereiGa..Dec.22- gbVow. Air Line R railway
e11, the young farmer on "::.l for t.ee l v
kil;in1i of his brother, Tht' ., i l welll,
here une week a&o, wa.. e i ,ted of FOR-.
voluritary manslaughter ar: :i:tn iced
to twenty earj in the pt. t S.:,'mS
Th. killing of Thoma, ..1 itnd Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern
th. attendant circumstan rgard. g
ed by many as one( of airkest' Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-
crinicm ctnmitted here in r int years
Ao.wr other of tiicie. fIngton, Baltimore, Phila-
Newton Powell, was Ill,, onvie't
td this afternoon of as.i h in delphia New York.
tent to murder and d hNe Yo : o a .
term of one year in the c' v or a
fine of $.. Two Eleg.i lit Trains Daily.
Eight minrler case han, rid
this term of court, cotv 'iI '' So E x r s
Ing In all. and M the r, Smwr, Seaboard E express.
county will have two hanii, ner. in Jan
itary, whMle life imprTson va,'l 'ni Seaboard M ail
terms In the penitentia:l .'it Alt oSt.. r


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NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED


Efttren of Generd Interest Gath.
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Haa Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Sink strainers just received. Baird.
Get Christmas and New Year's cards
at The Sun office.
J. R. Feaster of Rochelle was trading
In the city yesterday.
Froit eakes for immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
The Sun Industrial Edition sent to
any addrpee, postage free, for 10 cents.
Stephen Collen and Chau. M. Dell of
Hague were trading in the city yester-
day.
i leather coaches and chairs
ine for presents. The 8. J.
Thomas Co.
Furnished rooms to rent, pleasant
location. Mrs. Mcllvalne, 108 Arre.
doodo street.
Mrs. Reddlck and son. George, have
gone to Reddlok to spend a few days
with relatives.
Our store will b6 open until 9 o'clock
at night until after Christmas day.
The 8. J. Thomas Co.
Oha. W. Wells of Alachua was
Bmong those who favored Gainesville
with a visit yesterday.


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YOUR BEAUT
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..NADINE FACE POWDER
IN (tIIN BOWXl ONLY.
SLU'PRIf! R IN QUALITY. HARMLESS
WATER.
NAOINE Face Powder in compounded
. pu: tled by a 1NEWLY DLt'xOVMnBD PROC
Produ'ei a beautiful. soft velvety appearan
which remains until washed off. Ldies
use Nadine Face Powder ingreen boxes
sure tbhe complexion will be fresh and lovely
clw.e of the evening. THtQUALITY IS I
EQUALED. Buy one t0-eent package aon
you are not eot.rely sattiaed notify us. unrl
wiJl i-ometly 33VruMD voca nowry.
old by leading druggists, or mail Pric
cents Wbite. Flesh. tmes,. Brunette.
PBUPARED BY
National Toilet Co., Paris, Tei
Sold in Gainesville by J. S. Bodih
& Co. and J. W. MeCollum & Co.


James Chesnut of Alachua was tr
lrig in the city yesterday.
Fifty-horse economic boiler for i
cheap. Gainesville Ice Company.
We want to sell you wagons chess
than other people. Buy them. Ba
Some fine city and country propl
for sale. C. C. Pedrick, Gainesv
Fla.
Mr. and Mrs R. H. Holstein of
gue were shopping In the city yes
day.
C. H. Slaughter of Alachua was
the city yesterday and made this o
a pleasant call.
One hundred floe, fat, famous
Town turkeys for sale. T. B. Ellis
West Liberty street.
Go around to Burkhlm's, "get
habit" of wearing good clothes
you will never regret it.
Let as tell you what you know at
paint. You don't have to boy if
are not satisfied. BalMd.
SWernieke book-c
C lobe are the things for p
ense. the 8. J. Thomas Co.
J. N. Adams, a prominent and
oeseful trucker of Sanfor4, was a b
noes visitor to Gainesville yesterday
When you want a pleasant laxs
take Chamberlain's Stomach and L
Tablets. For sale by all druggists
John 0. LaFontlsee has returned
his home in Jacksonville. after
couple of days spent here on busei
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crown and J
Crown of Rocky Point were among
Christmas shoppers to this city yei
day.
W. E. Brown, formerly of this
but who is now running a fafm
W\\cahoota. was trading in the


Beautiful raanand oak yesterday.
Beautifulrokers for the The largest holiday trade sin
aby. The 8. J.Thomas Co. have been in business in this ci
P. B, H. Dudley of Jonesville was says Barkhim,theolothier. "The
among the prominent planters who ple are getting the habit."
aid Gaineaville a visit yesterday \W. H. Lipoeombe left yesterday
The people will learn something to Jacksonville, where he will spen
heir advantage if they call on L. J. short while with his mother. Hisi
Burkhlm this week. (let the habit, preceded him a few days ago,
Dr. andMrs J. F. tixson of Olter sidebl
'reek are spending Sunday in the city, A Beautifuland
oests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Mixson dining chairs would make a fine C
nma present. The 8. J. Thomas C
Turpentine leases for sale at this of.t. The . Thomas
loe.80 per dosen. $8 pir hundred. Richard Pound and sister, Miss
Dash most aoeompany order. dawtf expects to leave today for Jacksonv
where they will spend Christmasi
Everybody come around to my store their arts. Mr. and Mrs
this week, as you will hear and s ,oee Pud
omethng. J. Burkhim. et the un.
habit. Notice-To accommodate the Ch
Sof o a s shoppers the Oontinental
Finest Line of ake. will be ,open until midnight orl
r k l
Plan and with leather seats andbaeks. Nice warm trning-room. every
The S. J. Thomas Co. first-elass. Christmas turkeys b
Friends of Perry E. Pournell a* order
glad to e* him out again, after an ill. Monday being Christmas. both t
ne*s whiebh onfined him to his room closed during the lay.
for three or four days. land o0eo will also be Closed, and
Mrs J WV Melkowell and little paitoflmio will observe the regular
daughter. Mits Mlothy, have returned day hours. Those interested wi
from a pirsoant visit to friends anid governed accordingly.
relative, at Newberry.
Finest Rugs ,,'": READ THIS.
now on display at our store tlet the Mobile, Ala., Feb 16, l
price The S. J. Thomas Co. Ir J. W Hall. St. Lo-w1., Mo -
.Sr: luring the pastl year wer
U L Thompson experts to make his. soluor te iesyear.ro w -
departure this moruoi.g for l.ake 'itys iol r Dsoveryfor kdne sind
and \'aldoeta. (ta.. where he t otn I
summonedonusnee liep,,,der troubles and during that time
osumoned on t>usie lie ,apaete
to be abseut several days eevl no om ,l iat.
Soou respectfully
f K C*Ilok of(Haguet wM as ag m Y' Anrwair .&
the visitors to the county capital yel -
terday Mr Hague is now employt- A TEXAS WONDER.
ia solieotius life insurance. and i.
setting with eneiotragiag *saeie* Oe s111ma boutle of the Teaas
der. Hale Great Dtemovry,. eur
M r. t Je. ('lark has Just fnithed kidney ald bdder srcbbek. me
paeiptujiu his reeudems with
Doee @% etwosllont, and is bow havif gravel. e*er diabeoes, semimal
his hlwlge itnl f rot of the l'rebby- .al. i a Ws.1
we s Ws painted wilh the sametol bti f
Te 11.3 sm soy* moA r sd bAdtde ubet ake me
woumes, r.,ntwtes bidder. eumJ
Thore was ehipped over the %Ca itea. If e"iM b year tdrie
board Air Uis1 ye*4*eI a *olhd car- will be ast maIl -n re"e p
load of lett ew, whitb will probably b i e mll le i me %'.
he last of the pleW t al- Joesgto ont NA Mm o e w p*
thde epi gbiplnemtBI wl begian t Jan. osue. eDr. S a Wh a.olee a
wi.abook she Iteal. haste-e. 10. ] bU U*. SIat
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Y MisAdalaide and Lovey Goode have
returned from a shopping trip to Jack-
sonvllle. t I W rite Now
Its Julian MeRae has accepted a pooi.
tion temporarily as salesmann for H. For Ulr New
AS M. OChitty & Co.
G. H. Cairoes., a prominent citizen of F O e
lw. Palatkh. was among the business vie-
ce- itors to this eity yesterday.
art "willbecloed
r Store at10 o'clock Over l) Page, llustrating
di Monday. The 8. J. Thomas Co.
e5o Born, to Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Tom. Z D it l
kies, Saturday morning, a floe daugh. = lo oc
ter. Friends extend cengratulations. 3 | -

ord jUst receiv- : ,r*4
lr A carload ..ro bd a Watches, Jewelry,
ed. From $2 to $25. See them. The "' j,
J. Thoas Cut GCoass S ver-
rad. Joseph TInsley, representing E. R. C ut G lass, SiIver
Brackett& Co., foreign and domestic
sale fruits, New York, is spending a few P atwr .
days in this section in the interest of M a re, P I ated Cre.
his boouse.
i Paint! P",,,io of o Holiday Novelties.
erty Mr. Robert Wison is being painted -
ille, with Devoe'p Best Paint. The S. J. .cuarauted Mail Orders Receive vom
Thomas Co. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mail Orders Receive Prompt
Ha- Prof. M. H. DeLand of Alaehua, one and Careful Attention.
oter- of the valued employee of the Bank of .
Alsacbna, is expected to arrive in the
I in city today. He will spend Christmas
,fnee with hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
eL aentaGreenleaf & Crosby Co.,
Old If you nee Blue Ribbon Lemon o dr
.46 Vanilla extracts in your Christmas JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
desserts, the flavor will be absolutely
the perfect. Ask your grocer for Blue 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla.
and Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla extract, and
say it plain. Is your name on our mailing list?,
bout A Carload ?' fbra ta
you chairs, divans, enter tables, music
racks, wood baskets, settees. ete.
ases Prices right. Come before they are
ree- picked over. The 8. J. Thomas Co.
Sandy Graham, a student of the
sue- University of Florida, arrived in the
busi. city Friday night from Lake City, and
Y, will spend the holidays with his pa-
ltive rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Graham,
aver West Main street. His numerous
* friends are glad to welcome him. .
dt W ha shame so many haveO ..
r W hat to learn from dear
ness. bought experience which is the best
. 8. paint to as*! Don't you know you
the will save money by following the ex.
iter. perience of those who know. There is noi
experimenting when you use Devoe's
Bt. -The 8. J. Thomas Co.
city
near
city

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